Family:Whitney, George Drucker (1849-1878)

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George Drucker9 Whitney (Nathaniel Davis8, Elisha7, Elisha6, Elijah5, Daniel4, John3, John2, John1), son of Nathaniel Davis8 and Laura Ann (Langton) Whitney, was born 15 Apr 1849, Boston, MA,[1] and died 7 Nov 1878, Salem, MA, aged 29 years 6 months, of typhoid bronchitis.{{ref|2))

He married, 2 Apr 1873, Boston, MA, Marcia Bachelder, daughter of Alfred Johnson and Martha T. (Nudd) Bachelder.[2] She was born 3 Apr, Hampton, NH, and died 12 Mar 1924, Walpole, NH. She married secondly, 24 Jun 1893, St. Paul, MN, Darwin Jefferson Strader (1861-1915).

In 1874 he was a dry goods dealer living at 357 Columbus Ave., Boston, MA.

Children of George Drucker9 and Marcia (Bachelder) Whitney:

i. Laura L.10 Whitney, b. 18 Mar 1874, Boston, MA;[3] d. after 1933, then unmarried.
ii. Dorothy Whitney, b. 10 Apr 1877, MA; d. 15 Jun 1967, Newburyport, MA; unmarried.

Census

Caroline E. HASTINGS 39 Self F S W MA Physician MA MA Caroline M. OTIS 43 Oth F M W MA At Home MA MA George A. FULLERTON 32 Oth M M W MA Patent Agt MA MA Harriet FULLERTON 27 Oth F M W MA Wife MA ME Marcia B. WHITNEY 32 Oth F W W NH NH --- Laura D. WHITNEY 6 Oth F S W MA Daught. At School MA --- Jane MCDOUGAL 22 Oth F S W NS Servant NS NOVA SCOTIA

References

  • Census records.

1.^  "George Drucker [Whitney], [born] Apr. 15, 1849. G.R.3," according to Cambridge 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 301, page 270.

3.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 255, page 44.

4.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 261, page 147.


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