Family:Whitney, Charles Carroll (1844-a1880)
Charles Carroll8 Whitney (Richard Harris 7, Cyrus6, Isaiah5, Isaiah4, Isaiah3, Thomas2, John1), son of Richard Harris 7 and Nancy Flagg (Whitney) Whitney, was born 4 Jul 1844, Adrian, MI, and died after 1880.
He married, 13 Oct 1870, Emma L. Lapham, born 28 Feb 1850, and died after 1880.
Charles Carroll Whitney, born 4 Jul 1844; was married to Emma L. Lapham, of Adrian, MI, to whom were born two children, at Alpena, MI. Charles C. Whitney entered the drug store of Fred Steans, of Detroit, in 1865, and remained with him until 1867, when he removed to Alpena and engaged in the drug business himself, but removed to Bay City in 1874 and engaged in the manufacture of crackers for the wholesale market, at which he made money rapidly. In 1887 he was instrumental in organizing the Commercial Bank of Bay City, and was elected as the 1st vice-president of that bank, which position he still holds, and the bank is a success. He has been successful in his business enterprises and at this date, 1895, is honored and repected, and one of the prominent men of the city, and worth about $50,000, and is a working Christian man, being a member of the First Baptist church of Bay City, MI; resided Alpena and Bay City, MI, 521 N. Washington St.
Children of Charles Carroll8 and Emma L. (Lapham) Whitney:
i. Lulu F. Carroll9 Whitney, b. 4 Jun 1873. ii. Harry Livingston Whitney, b. 6 May 1880.
369 362 Spain, William 29 M W Book Agent $375 $500 Canada Father foreign born, Male citizen over 21 -----, Rebecca 24 F W Keeping house Canada Parents foreign born -----, Lizzie 5 F W Canada Parents foreign born Whitney, Charles 23 M W Druggist Ret. $20000 $2000 Michigan Male citizen over 21
Charles C. WHITNEY 33 Self M M W MI Drugist MASS MASS Emma L. WHITNEY 28 Wife F M W MI Keeping House NY NY Louisa C. WHITNEY 7 Dau F S W MI MI MI Livingston WHITNEY 1M Son M S W MI MI MI
- All data imported from Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), p. 545.