Family:Whitney, Ebenezer (1818-a1880)

From WRG
Jump to: navigation, search

Ebenezer8 Whitney (Ebenezer7, Ebenezer6, Ebenezer5, Ezekiel4, Ebenezer3, Richard2, John1), son of Ebenezer7 and Anis (Kingsbury) Whitney, was born 16 May 1818, Millbury, MA.

He "of Windham" married firstly, 1 Jan 1844, Mansfield, CT, Lucinda Brown "of Mansfield".[1] She was born about 1825, CT, and died before 1860.

He married, between 1860 and 1870, New York, NY, Eliza Ann Robinson. She was born 20 Sep 1820, Ireland, and died after 1880.

Ebenezer Whitney united with the First Congregational church, New Britain, CT, 5 Jun 1853. Acted as chorister in our choir for several years with good success. He also taught singing in the reform school, Meriden, CT, and later, in 1861, was connected with the reform school in Providence, RI; resided Patchogue, Long Island, NY.

Children of Ebenezer8 and Eliza Ann (Robinson) Whitney:

i. George Henry9 Whitney, b. ----- ; d. aged 15 months.

Census

211 175 Ebenezer Whitney 32 M - Blacksmith Massachusetts Lucinda B. " 25 F - Connecticut Anice " 59 F - Massachusetts 176 Lois Hull 43 F - $1200 Connecticut Lucy Hull 47 F - " Sarah " 71 F - "

Providence Reform School 358 585 Eleazer M. Cushman 40 M - Superintendent Reform School $1500 $4000 Conn. ... Edwin Whitney 31 M - Deputry " " " Conn. ... Ebenezer Whitney 42 M - Steward R. Sch. $900 Mass. ... Barney Whitney 13 M - R.I. Theft ...

New Boys Lodging House 856 1754 Whitney, Ebenezer 52 M W Supt. Boys Lodging House Mass. Male citizen over 21 -----, Eliza 45 F W Matrion " " " Ireland Parents foreign born Robinson, Matilda 24 F W School Teacher " Parents foreign born [and 41 apparently unrelated people]

Ebenezer WHITNEY 62 Self M M W MA Not Occupied MA MA Eliza WHITNEY 58 Wife F M W IRE Housekeeping IRE IRE

References

1.^  "Ebenezer [Whitney], of Windham, m. Lucinda BROWN, of Mansfield, 1 Jan 1844, Mansfield D:296," according to the Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records, Mansfield D:296.


Copyright © 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, Robert L. Ward and the Whitney Research Group.

Personal tools