Family:Whitney, Lemuel Palmer (1821-a1880)

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Lemuel Palmer7 Whitney (Palmer6, Joseph5, Timothy4, John3, John2, John1), son of Palmer6 and Judith (Barber) Whitney, was born 22 Oct 1821, Java, New York, and died after 1880.

He married there 8 Jan 1844, Lydia M. Van Slyke, parentage unknown. She was born 10 Jul 1823, and died 27 Nov 1885.

He was a farmer; resided Belleville, Kansas.

Children of Lemuel Palmer7 and Lydia M. (Van Slyke) Whitney:

i. Louisa M.8 Whitney, b. 24 Jul 1845, NY; m. 1868, Alonzo C. Nelson; resided Bradford, Pennsylvania.
ii. Newton P. Whitney, b. 9 Dec 1847, NY; resided Belleville, KS, in 1900, unmarried.
iii. Edwin James Whitney, b. 16 Jan 1850, NY; m. 20 Oct 1875, DeKalb Co., IL, Angeline Carson; resided Genoa, Illinois.
iv. Emma E. Whitney, b. 22 Jul 1852, IL; m. 1873, James Oscar Coarson; resided Marengo, Illinois.
v. Ida G. Whitney, b. 16 Sep 1854, IL; m. Dewitt Clinton Ide.

Census

995 995 Lemuel P. Whitney 28 M - Farmer $860 N.Y. Lydia " 27 F - " Louisa " 5 F - " Attended school Newton " 3 M - " James E. " 7/12 M - "

3291 3167 Lemuel Whitney 39 M - Farmer 2400 400 N.Y. Lydia " 37 F - " Louisa " 15 F - " Attended school Newton " 13 M - " Attended school Edwin " 10 M - " Attended school Emma " 8 F - Ill. Attended school Ida " 6 F - " Attended school

28 28 Whitney, L. P. 48 M W Farmer $5000 $1500 N.Y. Mother foreign born, Male citizen over 21 -----, Lyddia 46 F W Keeping House " -----, Louise 25 F W " -----, Newton 23 M W Farmer " Male citizen over 21 -----, Edwin 20 M W At Home " -----, Emma 18 F W Ill. Attended school -----, Ida 16 F W " Attended school

Lemuel WHITNEY 58 Self M M W NY Farmer MA MA Lydia WHITNEY 57 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY NY Minnie NELSON 12 GDau F S W IL At School NY NY

Nahom BROTZMAN 36 Self M M W OH Farmer PA PA Martha J. BROTZMAN 35 Oth F M W OH Keeping House VT OH Ida A. BROTZMAN 12 Oth F S W OH At Home OH OH Earle BROTZMAN 7 Oth M S W IL OH OH Newton WHITNEY 32 Oth M S W IL NY NY

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