Family:Whitney, Columbus A. (1831-a1900)

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Columbus A.7 Whitney (Joseph S.6, Jacob5, Benjamin4, John3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Joseph S.6 and Jane (Bolan/Goodwin) Whitney, was born 8 Apr 1831, Phillips, ME,[1] and died between 1900 and 1910.

He married firstly, 11 Oct 1857, New Sharon, ME, Thursey E. Richardson.

He married secondly, 20 Jun 1871, Poland, ME, Fanny J. Cloudman. She was born Sep 1848, ME, and died after 1920.

Children of Columbus A.7 and Thursey E. (Richardson) Whitney, if any, unknown.

Children of Columbus A.7 and Fanny J. (Cloudman) Whitney:

i. Eva L.8 Whitney or Edith M. Whitney, b. ca. Apr 1880, ME; d. after 1920.
ii. Laura L.8 Whitney, b. ca. Oct 1885, ME.

Census

135 143 Joseph Whitney 52 M - Farmer $400 Me. Jane Whitney 46 F - " Columbus " 19 M - Farmer " Attended school Shua H. " 13 F - " Attended school Ada P. " 8 F - " Attended school

130 145 Eliza T. Bonney 60 F - $200 $200 Maine Susie R. " 23 F - " C. A. Whitney 29 M - Carpenter "

129 143 Merrill, Joseph F. 33 M W Farmer $2000 $600 Maine Male citizen over 21 -----, Sarah J. 26 F W Keeps house Maine -----, Alice C. 3 F W Maine -----, Infant 1/12 M W Maine Born in Apr Whitney, Columbus A. 39 M W Farm laborer $200 Maine Male citizen over 21

Columbus WHITNEY 49 Self M M W ME Pentioner ME ME Fannie I. WHITNEY 30 Wife F M W ME Keeping House ME ME Edith M. WHITNEY 2M Dau F S W ME ME ME

146 160 Whitney, Columbus Head W M Apr 1831 69 mar 29 Maine Maine Maine Pensioner, Rents house -----, Francis J. Wife W F Sep 1848 51 mar 29 2ch 2liv Maine Maine Maine -----, Eva L. Dau W F Apr 1880 29 sgl Maine Maine Maine -----, Joanna L. Dau W F Oct 1885 14 sgl Maine Maine Maine At school

  • 1910, Lisbon, Androscoggin Co., ME: Widow Francis J. and daughter Eva L.
  • 1920, Lisbon, Androscoggin Co., ME: Widow Frances J. and daughter Eva L.

References

  • Census records.

1.^  "8 Apr 1831 Columbus, s. Joseph Whitney and Jane Goodwin [born]," according to Phillips, Maine, Vital Records.


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