Family:Whitney, Charles Carroll (1832-a1892)
He married firstly, 25 Nov 1857, Marion Clarke. She was born 17 Mar 1839, Canada, and died 11 Jan 1873, probably Indianapolis, IN.
He married secondly, 23 Sep 1878, Julia L. Brown. She was born 26 Nov 1848.
He was born in Seneca Castle, NY. Graduated at Williams College in 1853. Subsequently engaged in the telegraph business, and was manager of the Western Union office at Indianapolis during the war. Was assistant secretary of the Franklin Life Insurance Company of Indianapolis, IN, in 1874. In 1876 he became private secretary of William H. Beers, vice-president and actuary of the New York Life Insurance Company, and retained that position with him when he became president. He was elected secretary of the company in 1892, the office having been created for that purpose. He is also a director in the Manhattan Safe Deposit and Storage Company; resided New York, NY, add. 346-348 Broadway.
Children of Charles Carroll8 and Marion (Clarke) Whitney:
i. Annette9 Whitney, b. 24 Apr 1859; m. 3 Mar 1879, William H. Dall; resided 1119 12th St. NW, Washington, DC. ii. Marion Whitney, b. 14 May 1862; d. 3 Feb 1867. iii. Lizzie Whitney, b. 18 Feb 1863, IN; resided 27 W. 128th St., New York City. iv. Robert Edwin Whitney, b. 9 Sep 1865, IN; ad. 115 Broadway, New York City.
Children of Charles Carroll8 and Julia L. (Brown) Whitney:
v. Esther Whitney, b. 21 May 1882; resided 170 Carroll St., Brooklyn, NY.
- 1860: not found. Probably in Canada.
- 1870, Indianapolis Ward 8, Marion Co., IN:
122 150 Whitney, Charles E. 38 M W Tel. Manager $2000 $1000 New York Male citizen over 21 -----, Marion 31 F W Keeps house Canada Parents of foreign birth -----, William 11 M W At school Canada Mother of foreign birth, Attended school Whitney, Elizabeth 7 F W At home Indiana Mother of foreign birth -----, Robert 5 M W Indiana Mother of foreign birth
"William" seems to be an error for "Annette" (!).
- 1880: not found.
- All data imported from Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), p. 586.