Family:Whitney, Charles Freeman (1847-1911)

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Charles Freeman8 Whitney (James Gray8, Freeman7, Enoch6, Moses5, Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of James Gray8 and Betsey H. (Carsley) Whitney, was born 10 Oct 1847, Harrison, ME, and died 18 Feb 1911, Norway, ME.[1] He was buried in Harrison Village Cemetery, Harrison, ME.[2]

He married firstly, 19 Jun 1873, Lovell, ME, Sarah E. Hamblen,[3] daughter of Joshua Hamblen. She was born 27 Aug 1849, ME, and died 22 Jun 1885. She was buried in Harrison Village Cemetery, Harrison, ME,[4] or Cemetery #4, Lovell, ME.

He married secondly, 30 Dec 1906, Harrison, ME, Ellen Francett (Bradbury) Pottle, daughter of Jacob and Sally King (Ripley) Bradbury. She was born 20 August 1841, Norway, ME, and died 29 May 1910, Norway, ME.[5] She had married firstly, Stephen Pottle.

They resided Harrison, ME. They had two known children:

Children of Charles Freeman8 and Sarah E. (Hamblen) Whitney:

i. Cora B.10 Whitney, b. 1876; d. 1881; bur. Harrison Village Cemetery, Harrison, ME.[6]
ii. Karl Eugene Whitney, b. Sep 1878; d. 1956.

Census

James G. WHITNEY 57 Self M M W ME Farmer ME MA Betsy H. WHITNEY 57 Wife F M W ME House-Keeping ME MA Charles F. WHITNEY 32 Son M M W ME Teamster ME ME Sarah E. WHITNEY 30 DauL F M W ME House-Keeping ME ME Cora B. WHITNEY 3 GDau F S W ME ME ME Carl E. WHITNEY 1 GSon M S W ME ME ME

249 251 Whitney, James G. Head W M Dec 1822 77 wid Maine Maine Mass. Farmer, Owns free farm -----, Charles F. Son W M Oct 1847 52 wid Maine Maine Maine Farmer -----, Karl E. GSon W M Sep 1878 21 sgl Maine Maine Maine Farm laborer

References

  • Census records.

1.^  Maine Vital Records, 1670-1921, at FamilySearch.org.

2.^  FindAGrave Memorial #142600520, Charles F. Whitney.

3.^  Maine Marriages, 1771-1907, at FamilySearch.org.

4.^  FindAGrave Memorial #142600525, Sarah E. Whitney.

5.^  Maine Vital Records, 1670-1921, at FamilySearch.org.

6.^  FindAGrave Memorial #142600529, Cora B. Whitney.


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