Family:Whitney, Charles Henry (1851-1918)

From WRG
Jump to: navigation, search

Charles Henry9 Whitney (George Henry8, Jesse7, Jacob6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Moses3, Richard2, John1), son of George Henry8 and Susan Glover (Stickney) Whitney, was born 22 Jun 1851, Nashua, NH,[1] and died 10 Mar 1918, Nashua, NH, aged 66 years, of acute lobar pneumonia.[2] He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Nashua, NH.

Marriage intentions were published 28 Oct 1875, Waldoboro, ME, for him "of Nashua, NH" and "Miss" Eliza J. Genthner "of Waldoboro".[3] He "of Nashua, New Hampshire" married firstly, 28 Oct 1875, Waldoboro, ME, Eliza J. Genthner "of Waldoboro".[4] She was born 20 Jun 1853, Waldoboro, ME,[5] died Mar 1883, or 21 Feb 1883, Nashua, NH.[6]

He married secondly, 20 Oct 1886, Nashua, NH, Anna F. Fisher,[7] daughter of Francis H. and Eliza D. (Kendrick) Fisher. She was born 12 Feb 1850, and died 14 Apr 1896, Nashua, NH.

He, of Nashua, NH, married thirdly, 28 Sep 1898, Brockton, MA, Zepherina Plante, of Nashua, NH, daughter of Magloire and Mary (Pyrhusse/Perusse) Plante.[8] She was born about 1878, Montreal, QC. Apparently they were divorced. She married secondly, 24 Jan 1905, Nashua, NH, Felix Sweeney, born about 1868, Canada, son of Pierre and Marie (Menard) Sweeney.[9] She, of Wilton, NH, married thirdly, 24 Oct 1908, Manchester, NH, Napoleon Jennes Labarre, of Manchester, NH, born about 1870, Manchester, NH, son of Francois and Marie Louise (Girard) Labarre.[10]

He married fourthly, 3 Apr 1902, Lowell, MA, Edna M. Latendre, daughter of John and Margaret (Harrington) Latendre.[11] She was born about 1878, Nashua, NH.

He was educated in the public schools in Nashua, NH; learned the trade of an iron founder; was connected with the Nashua fire department; afterward was appointed chief engineer of the same. At the present time holds the position of chairman of the board of fire commissioners. He also holds the position of superintendent of machinery at the Jackson Manufacturing Company (cotton mills) in Nashua; resided Nashua, NH.

Children of Charles Henry9 and Eliza J. (Genthner) Whitney:

i. William Everett10 Whitney, b. 20 Feb 1876, Nashua, NH (given name omitted);[12] m. 26 Jun 1900, Cambridge, MA, Anna Anderson, b ca. 1874, Sweden, dau. of Olof and Carrie (-----) Anderson.[13]

Children of Charles Henry9 and Anna F. (Fisher) Whitney:

ii. Henry Gage Whitney, b. 12 Jan 1888.
iii. Fanny Katherine10 Whitney, b. 10 Mar 1890.

Children of Charles Henry9 and Zepherina (Plante) Whitney:

iv. Alford Joseph10 Whitney, b. 22 Jam 1899, Nashua, NH;[14] of Milford, NH, m. 14 Jan 1926, Greenville, NH, Delima Desrosiers, b. ca. 1897, Greenville, NH, dau. of Emil and Alice (Morneau) Desrosiers.[15]

Children of Charles Henry9 and Edna M. (Latendre) Whitney, if any, unknown.

Census

Charles H. WHITNEY 28 Self M M W NH Works In Foundry NH MA Eliza J. WHITNEY 24 Wife F M W ME Keeping House ME ME Willie E. WHITNEY 4 Son M S W NH NH ME Charles MARDIN 35 Oth M W W NH Tinsmith NH NH

References

1.^  New Hampshire, Vital Records, Birth Index.

2.^  New Hampshire, Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947, from Ancestry.com.

3.^  "Charles H. Whitney of Nashua, NH and Miss Eliza J. Genthner of Waldoboro, certificate [of intentions] 28 October 1875," according to Groves, Marlene A., comp. and ed., Vital records of Waldoboro, Maine, Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication #43 (Rockland, Me.: Picton Press, 2008).

4.^  "Charles H. Whitney of Nashua, New Hampshire and Eliza J. Genthner of Waldoboro, 28 October 1875 by J.P. Simonton, Clergyman," according to Groves, Marlene A., comp. and ed., Vital records of Waldoboro, Maine, Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication #43 (Rockland, Me.: Picton Press, 2008).

5.^  "Eliza J. (-----) [Whitney], w. Charles H., [born] June 20, 1853, in Waldoboro," according to Dodge, Christine Huston, ed., Vital Records of Old Bristol and Nobleboro in the County of Lincoln, Maine, Including the Present Towns of Bremen, Damariscotta, South Bristol and the Plantation of Monhegan (Brunswick, ME: Maine Historical Society, 1951).

6.^  "Eliza J. (-----) [Whitney], w. Charles H., [died] Feb. 21, 1883, in Nashua, N.H.," according to Dodge, Christine Huston, ed., Vital Records of Old Bristol and Nobleboro in the County of Lincoln, Maine, Including the Present Towns of Bremen, Damariscotta, South Bristol and the Plantation of Monhegan (Brunswick, ME: Maine Historical Society, 1951).

7.^  "Charles H. Whitney (b. 1851, Nashua, NH, s. of George H. Whitney & Susan Stickney) & Anna F. Fisher, m. 20 Oct 1886, Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH," according to New Hampshire, Vital Records, Marriage Index.

8.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 479, page 546.

9.^  New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947, at FamilySearch.org.

10.^  New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947, at FamilySearch.org.

11.^  Massachusetts, Marriages, 1841-1915, at FamilySearch.org. Also, "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 525, page 430.

12.^  New Hampshire, Vital Records, Birth Index.

13.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 501, page 313.

14.^  New Hampshire Birth Records, Early to 1900, at FamilySearch.org.

15.^  New Hampshire, Marriage Records, 1637-1947, at FamilySearch.org.


Copyright © 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, Robert L. Ward and the Whitney Research Group.

Personal tools