Family:Whitney, Charles Edward (1841-1912)
Charles Edward8 Whitney James7, Charles6, Walter5, Samuel4, Richard3, John2, Henry1), son of James7 Elizabeth Blackett (Adams) Whitney, was born 25 Oct 1841, Albany, NY, and died 28 Apr 1912, Norwich, CT. He was buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Norwich, CT.
He married, 16 Oct 1872, Philadelphia, PA, Rebecca Figgins, daughter of Daniel and Susan (-----) Figgins. She was born 2 Jul 1849, Brooklyn, NY, and died 6 Nov 1904, Norwich, CT. She was buried in Maplewood Cemetery, Norwich, CT.
He was a dealer in hardware; lived at 215 Third Avenue, New York, NY, in Dec 1875.
Children of Charles Edward8 and Rebecca (Figgins) Whitney:
i. Charles F.9 Whitney, b. Oct 1873, NY; d. aft. 1940; m. bet. 1930 and 1940, Rosalie M. -----. ii. Susan Elizabeth Whitney, b. ca. 1875, NJ. iii. James H. Whitney, b. Sep 1876, NY; d. aft. 1900, then unmarried. iv. Frances R. Whitney, b. Mar 1886, NY; d. aft. 1900, then unmarried. v. (child) Whitney, deduced from 1900 census.
229 -- Geo. Blackstock 50 M - Retired Trader N.Y. Elizabeth 50 F - " Charles Whitney 26 M - " John Day 22 M - Clerk in store England
Chas. E. WITNEY 38 Self M M W NY Builders Hardware NY NY Rebecca F. WITNEY 30 Wife F M W NY Keeping House ENG ENG Chas. F. WITNEY 6 Son M S W NY NY NY Susan E. WITNEY 5 Dau F S W NJ NY NY James H. WITNEY 4 Son M S W NY NY NY Lizzie GALLAGHER 19 Othe F S W NY Servant IRE IRE
150 209 Whitney, Charles E. Head W M Oct 1841 58 mar 27 New York New York New York Real Estate Agent, Owns mortgaged house -----, Rebecca F. Wife W F Jul 1849 58 mar 27 5ch 4liv New York England England -----, Charles F. Son W M Oct 1873 26 sgl New York New York New York Clerk Real Estate -----, James H. Son W M Sep 1876 23 sgl New York New York New York Clerk Mfg. -----, Frances R. Dau W F Mar 1886 14 sgl New York New York New York At school
- 1910, Norwich, New London Co., CT: Charles E. Whitney, 68, and son Charles F. Whitney, 35.
- All data imported from Stephen Whitney Phoenix, The Whitney family of Connecticut, and its affiliations; being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the female as the male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 1878; to which is prefixed some account of the Whitneys of England. (New York : Priv. Print. [Bradford Press] 1878), p. 1481.
- Census records.