Family:Whitney, Albion K. P. (1825-1904)

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Albion K. P.7 Whitney (Stephen6, Stephen5, Isaac4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Stephen6 and Abigail (Mayberry) Whitney, was born 13 Feb 1825, prob. Raymond, ME, and died 13 Jan 1904, Wales Township, St. Clair Co., Michigan.

He "Mr." married, 14 Nov 1847, Lisbon, ME, "Miss" Malinda Mountford, "both of Lisbon".[1] She was born about 1827, ME.

Children of Albion K. P.7 and Malinda (Mountford) Whitney:

i. Everet K.8 Whitney, b. 19 Jun 1849, Lisbon, ME; m. Alice M. Cole.
ii. Ella Whitney, b. abt 1868, prob. Kimball, MI. Since her parents were born in Canada, she was probably adopted.

Notes

He was named for prominent Maine politician and jurist Albion Keith Parris.

Census

581 652 Albion Whitney 25 M - Shoe Maker $300 Maine Melinda Whitney 22 F - " Everet K. Whitney 1 M - " Rachel Harman 14 F - "

20 21 Whitney, Albion 45 M W Hotel Keeper $2000 $4000 Maine Male citizen over 21 -----, Malinda 43 F W Keeping House Maine Swarts, Rhoda 28 F W Domestic Servant Canada Parents foreign born -----, Eveline 10 F W Michigan Parents foreign born, Attended school

Albion WHITNEY 55 Self M M W ME Farmer ME ME Melinda WHITNEY 53 Wife F M W ME Keeping House ME ME Ella WHITNEY 12 Dau F S W MI At Home CAN CAN Andrew BROMLEY 65 Oth M W W VT Laborer VT VT

References

1.^  "Alluan K. P. [Whitney] [Albion K. P. in Int.] and Mulinda Mountford [Malinda in Int.], both of Lisbon, [married] Nov. 14, 1847," according to Marlene Alma Hinkley Groves, ed., Vital Records of Lisbon, Maine Prior to 1892, Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 19 (Camden, ME: Picton Press, 1995). Also, "Nov. 14, 1847, Mr. Albion K. P. Whitney & Miss Malinda Mountford, both of Lisbon, by J. C. Knowlton, M.G.," according to Judith Holbrook Kelley and Clayton Rand Adams, comps. and eds., Marriage Returns of Lincoln County, Maine. Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 39 (Rockport, ME: Picton Press, [2002]), p. 205.


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