Family:Whitney, George Barbour (1825-1858)

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George Barbour8 Whitney (Martin7, James6, Benjamin5, James4, John3, Jonathan2, John1), son of Martin7 and Nancy (Orne) Whitney, was born 9 Nov 1825, Attleborough, MA,[1] and died 23 Apr 1858, Attleborough, MA, aged 32 years 4 months 24 days, of consumption.[2]

He married Sarah Wescott Bishop. She was born about 1826, Sterling, CT, and died after 1860.

Child of George Barbour8 and Sarah Wescott (Bishop) Whitney:

i. Amy Adeline9 Whitney, b. 2 May 1857, Attleborough, MA;[3] d. 23 Sep 1857, Attleborough, MA, aged 4 months 21 days, of disease of the brain.[4]

Census

618 830 John Tift 49 M - Jeweller $9000 Massachusetts Maria " 23 F - " Francis L. " 18 M - Bookeeper " Amanda M. Draper 51 F - " Adeline Thatcher 44 F - " 831 Oliver Stanley 36 M - Machinist " Emily " 37 F - " Frederick " 7 M - " Attended school Anna " 5 F - " Attended school George B. Whitney 24 M - Jeweller " Catharine R. Herring 20 F - Ireland

161 194 George B. Whitney 29 M - Mass. Sarah A. Whitney 28 F - Conn. Nancy Whitney 71 F - Mass.

839 1035 Sarah A. Whitney 34 F - $725 $400 Connecticut Emily Goff 20 F - Tailoress Massachusetts Mary M. Walker 26 F - " Maine Palmer T. Johnson 20 M - House Painter R. Island

Apparently the widow Sarah.

References

1.^  "George Barber [Whitney], s. Martin and Nancy (Orne), [born] Nov. 9, 1825," according to Attleborough Vital Records.

2.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 120, page 59.

3.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 105, page 110.

4.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 111, page 92.


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