Family:Whitney, Charles B. (1846-1887)

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Charles B.8 Whitney (James7, Abel6, Elijah5, Elijah4, Isaiah3, Thomas2, John1), son of James7 and Jerusha H. (Smith) Whitney, was born about 9 Jun 1846, Bristol, VT, and died 5 Dec 1887, Adams, MA, aged 41 years 5 months 26 days, of intestinal obstruction.[1] He was buried in White River Junction, VT.

He married, 1 Jul 1872, Bristol, VT, Harriet A. Chadwick, daughter of Richard and Rachel (Wheeler) Shadrack.[2]

Children of Charles B.8 and Harriet A. (Chadwick) Whitney:

i. George E.9 Whitney, b. ca. 1875, VT.
ii. James R. Whitney, b. ca. 1879, VT; m. 10 Dec 1898, Lebanon, NH, Alice M. Lewis.[3]

Census

190 203 Whitney, James 51 M W Chair Manfacturer $4000 $1000 Vermont Male citizen over 21 -----, Jerusha 50 F W Keeping House Vermont Whitney, Wilber 26 M W Chair Maker Vermont Male citizen over 21 -----, Gertrude 18 F W Keeping House Vermont -----, Charles 24 M W Painter Vermont Male citizen over 21

Charles WHITNEY 34 Self M M W VT House Painter VT VT Harriet A. WHITNEY 24 Wife F M W VT Keeps House CAN CAN George E. WHITNEY 5 Son M S W VT VT VT James R. WHITNEY 1 Son M S W VT VT VT

101 108 Northief, John C. Head W M Apr 1847 53 mar 32 New York New York New York Farmer, Rents farm -----, Mary H. Wife W F Sep 1848 51 mar 32 3ch 2liv Connecticut New York New York -----, William G. Son W M Oct 1871 28 sgl New York New York Connecticut Invalid Whitney, James R. Srvt W M Jun 1883 16 sgl New York New York New York Farm laborer

References

  • Census records.

1.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 382, page 28.

2.^  Vermont, Vital Records Index, Marriages.

3.^  "James R. Whitney (b. 1879, Bristol, VT, s. of Charles B. Whitney & Hattie A. Shaddock) & Alice M. Lewis, m. 10 Dec 1898, Lebanon, Grafton Co., NH," according to New Hampshire, Vital Records, Marriage Index.


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