Family:Whitney, Charles Story (1837-1914)

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Hon. Charles Story7 Whitney (Alexander6, Alexander5, Eleazer4, Eleazer3, Thomas2, John1), son of Alexander6 and Lydia (Foster) Whitney, was born 1 Mar 1837, New London, NH, and died 28 Mar 1914, New London, NH. He was buried in Elkins Cemetery, Elkins, NH.[1]

He married, 5 Jan 1865, Penacook, NH, Laura Pearson,[2] of Wilmont. She was born 16 Sep 1841, and died after 1910.

He is a farmer, was elected to the office of selectman for two consecutive terms, and represented his town in the legislature in 1887; resided New London, NH; P.O. Scytheville.

Children of Charles Story7 and Laura (Pearson) Whitney:

i. Carrie E.8 Whitney, b. 6 Jan 1866, New London, NH; m. 6 Jul 1889, New London, NH, Frank Reed;[3] resided Unity, NH.
ii. George W. Whitney, b. 25 May 1878; resided New London, NH.

Census

160 159 Whitney, Alexander 80 M W Farmer $3000 $2000 N.H. Male citizen over 21 -----, Lydia 74 F W Keeping house Massachusetts Phelps, Jenette 30 F W At home N.H. -----, Walter 4 M W N.H. Whitney, Charles 33 M W Farm Laborer N.H. Male citizen over 21 -----, Laura 28 F W At home N.H. -----, Carrie 4 F W N.H.

Chas. J. WHITNEY 42 Self M M W NH Farmer NH NH Laura WHITNEY 38 Wife F M W NH Keeping House NH NH Carrie E. WHITNEY 14 Dau F S W NH At School NH NH George WHITNEY 2 Son M S W NH NH NH Alonso WHITNEY 52 Brp M S W NH Farm Labor NH NH Emiline D. WHITNEY 50 Sis F S W NH NH NH Walter S. WHITNEY 14 Neph M S W NH NH NH

References

1.^  FindAGrave Memorial #136726768, Charles R. Whitney.

2.^  "Charles Whitney (b. 1837, New London, NH, s. of Alexander Whitney) & Laura A. Pearson, m. 5 Jan 1865, Fisherville, Merrimack Co., NH," according to New Hampshire, Vital Records, Marriage Index.

3.^  "Carrie E. Whitney (b. 1865, New London, NH, d. of Charles S. Whitney & Laura Whitney) & Frank Reed, m. 6 Jul 1889, New London, Merrimack Co., NH," according to New Hampshire, Vital Records, Marriage Index.


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