Family:Whitney, Wakeman Irving (1848-a1900)
He probably married firstly, 21 Oct 1880, Philadelphia, PA, Elizabeth Wood. She was born in England
He married, probably secondly, about 1892, Matilda -----.
He was a teacher, and was living in Gibson, PA, at Smiley post-office, in Mar 1874, unmarried. He lived in Paterson, NJ, in 1900.
Children of Elizabeth (Wood) Whitney, if any, unknown.
Wakeman Irving8 and matilda (-----) Whitney had no children.
C. A. ELMER 43 Self M M W MD Clk. MD MD Lizzy ELMER 34 Wife F M W MD MD MD Grace ELMER 10 Dau F S W MD School MD MD Alf. J. JORDON 40 Oth M S W ENG Dentist ENG ENG Theodore YARDLEY 67 Oth M M W PA Bricklayer PA PA A. BIRHINLAUR 50 Oth M M W GER Tailor GER GER Elias SHURK 21 Oth M S W PA College PA PA Wake WHITNEY 29 Oth M S W PA Salesman PA PA Jno. YARNELL 25 Oth M S W PA Salesman PA PA Arthur SMITH 26 Oth M S W PA Car Builder PA PA Chas. WALFINGER 25 Oth M S W PA Painter GER GER Robt. FOSTER 22 Oth M S W PA Hosler PA PA Harry KELLY 28 Oth M S W PA Driver IRE IRE George A. RADDY 25 Oth M S W PA PA PA Harry COOK 25 Oth M M W PA Night Clk. PA PA
45 59 Whitney, Wake Head W M Dec 1848 51 mar 8 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Saloon Keeper, Rents House -----, Matildia Wife W F Jan 1865 35 mar 8 0ch 0liv New Jersey Ireland Ireland 60 Larson, Otto Head W M Jul 1860 39 mar 18 Sweden Sweden Sweden Tailor, Immigrated 1882, naturalized, Rents House -----, Albertina Wife W F Dec 1854 45 mar 18 6ch 6liv Sweden Sweden Sweden Immigrated 1882 -----, Henry Son W M May 1883 17 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden Machinist -----, Annie Dau W F Sep 1884 15 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden Housekeeper -----, Arthur Son W M Jul 1886 13 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden At School Larson, Jennie Dau W F Apr 1888 12 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden At school -----, John Son W M Nov 1891 8 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden At school -----, Herman Son W M Oct 1896 3 sgl New Jersey Sweden Sweden
- Census records.
- All data imported from Stephen Whitney Phoenix, The Whitney family of Connecticut, and its affiliations; being an attempt to trace the descendants, as well in the female as the male lines, of Henry Whitney, from 1649 to 1878; to which is prefixed some account of the Whitneys of England. (New York : Priv. Print. [Bradford Press] 1878), page 1501|p. 1501.