Family:Whitney, Henry Milton (1825-a1880)

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Henry Milton8 Whitney (Isaac7, Ebenezer6, Zachariah5, Zachariah4, Ebenezer3, Richard2, John1), son of Isaac7 and Laura (Montague) Whitney, was born 24 Dec 1825, Vernon, NY.

He married, 9 Sep 1856, East Troy, WI, Mira Louisa Mason. She was born 9 Aug 1830, NY, and died after 1880.

He was born in Vernon, NY, where he resided from some time, finally coming west. For five years he resided in Chicago, later locating in Kilbourn City, WI, in Nov 1854, where he has since resided. He is a carpenter and contractor by occupation; resided Kilbourn City, WI.

Children of Henry Milton8 and Mira Louisa (Mason) Whitney:

i. Labelle9 Whitney, b. 25 Oct 1858; m. 8 Mar 1884, Charles Wallace; resided s. p. Shelton, NE.
ii. Edith Whitney, b. 24 Apr 1861; unmarried; resided at home.
iii. Maude Whitney, b. 9 Jul 1868; m. 1 Sep 1888, William Boardman Shute; resided s. p., 612 Hawthorne Ave., Chicago, IL.

Census

3 3 Caleb A. Smith 32 M - Farmer Mass. Polly M. " 28 F - N.Y. George Everett 25 M - Shoemaker Mass. Henry Whitney 24 M - Carpenter N. York Ann Waterman 35 F - " 4 Horace L. Rice 29 M - Farmer $2500 " Lovina P. " 36 F - Mass. Mariah S. Montague 14 F - " Attended school Marcus H. " 7 M - Wis. Attended school Susan P. " 5 F - " Attended school George A. Rice 1 M - "

313 285 Henry Whiting 34 M - Carpenter & Joiner $200 $200 New York Louisa " 32 F - " Labelle " 2 F - Wisconsin Edith " 2/12 F - "

136 131 Whitney, H. M. 44 M W Carpenter $1200 $800 New York Male citizen over 21 -----, M. L. 42 F W Keeping House Do -----, Bell 12 F W Attending School Wisconsin Attended school -----, Edith 10 F W Do Do Attended school -----, Maude 2 F W Do

Henry M. WHITNEY 54 Self M M W NY Carpenter And Jonier MA MA Mira L. WHITNEY 50 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY NY Labelle WHITNEY 22 Dau F S W WI Teaching School NY NY Edith WHITNEY 20 Dau F S W WI At School NY NY Maude WHITNEY 12 Dau F S W WI At School NY NY

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