Family:Whitney, John Alpheus (1846-a1880)

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John Alpheus Whitney (Alpheus Whitney, Henry), son of Alpheus and Sarah Clifford (Fletcher) Whitney, was born 26 July 1846, ME, and died after 1880.

He "of Stockton", ME, married, 9 June 1867, Belfast, ME, Ella A. Kellock "of Belfast",[1] daughter of Horace P. and Phebe S. G. (-----) Kellock. She was born about 29 Mar 1846, Belfast, ME, and "Ellen A." died 1 Jan 1878, Malden, MA, aged 31 years 9 months 2 days, of gastric fever.[2]

He resided in Belfast in 1870, had 2 year old son Arvida; was a house carpenter.

Children of John Alpheus and Ella A. (Kellock)Whitney:

i. Arvida Whitney, b. ca. 1868, ME; "of Minneapolis, Minn." m. 13 Jan 1885, Belfast, ME, Lilla May Dutch.[3]

Census

138 154 Kellock, Horace P. 59 M W Farmer $2000 $500 Maine Male citizen over 21 -----, Phebe S. 59 F W Keeping House Maine -----, William G. 21 M W Mariner Maine Male citizen over 21 Whitney, John A. 25 M W House Carpenter Maine Male citizen over 21 -----, Ellen A. 24 F W At home Maine -----, Arvida 2 M W Maine

Horace KELLOCH 69 Self M M W ME Retired Farmer ME ME Phebe KELLOCH 69 Wife F M W MA Keeping House RI --- John A. WHITNEY 35 SonL M W W MA Works In Sandpaper Mill MA MA Arvida WHITNEY 12 GSon M S W ME MA MA


References

1.^  "John A. [Whitney] [int. 21, clerk] of Stockton and Ella A. Kellock [int. 20], [married] June 9, 1867," according to Alfred Johnson, ed., Vital Records of Belfast, Maine, to the Year 1892 (Boston, MA: Maine Historical Society, 1917), vol. II, p. 465-466.

2.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 302, page 118.

3.^  "Arvida [Whitney] of Minneapolis, Minn.,and Lilla May Dutch, [married] Jan. 13, 1885," according to Alfred Johnson, ed., Vital Records of Belfast, Maine, to the Year 1892 (Boston, MA: Maine Historical Society, 1917), vol. II, p. 465-466.


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