Family:Whitney, Isaac Francis (1837-a1900)

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Isaac Francis7 Whitney (Isaac Lounsbury6, Elias5, Jeremiah4, Nathan3, John2, Henry1), son of Isaac Lounsbury6 and Mary Ann (Stackhouse) Whitney, was born 17 Feb 1837, 94 Suffolk Street, New York, NY, and died after 1900.

He married, 29 Jun 1865, Rochester, NY, Minnie Etta Lunger. She was born 28 Jul 1844, Tompkins Co., NY, and died after 1900.

Phoenix says the following:

". . . a metal-moulder . . . . They dwelt at Corry, Penn., in 1869; and at Fort Scott, Kansas, in Oct. 1874. He enlisted in Co. B, 9th Reg., N. Y. Volunteers, known as "Hawkins' Zouaves"; served the full term of enlistment, two years; reenlisted in Co. H, 14th Reg., Heavy Artillery, N.Y. Volunteers, serving as infantry; and participated in the capture of Richmond and the surrender of Lee, having passed through the war without an injury of any kind."

Children of Isaac Francis7 and Minnie Etta (Lunger) Whitney:

i. Minnie Etta8 Whitney, b. 21 Feb 1871, Fort Scott, KS.

Notes

Apparently Minnie Etta was adopted, according to the 1880 census record below.

Census

253 238 Whitney, Isaac 33 M W Painter $700 -- New York Male citizen over 21 -----, Minnie 26 F W Keeping House New York

Isaac WHITNEY 43 Self M M W NY Moulder At Foundry NY NY Mary E. WHITNEY 35 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY PA Minnie WHITNEY 9 Dau F S W MN At School --- GER

369 384 Whitney, Isaac F. Head W M Feb 1836 64 mar 35 New York New York New York Iron Molder, Owns free farm -----, Mary E. Wife W F Jul 1844 55 mar 35 0ch 0liv New York New York New York

  • 1910, Isaac and Mary not found.

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