Family:Whitney, Charles Legrand (1834-a1880)
Charles Legrand7 Whitney (Samuel Starfield6, Thomas5, James4, Henry3, John2, Henry1), son of Samuel Starfield6 and Lois (Stewart) Whitney, was born 15 Oct 1834, New Canaan, CT, and died after Feb 1875.
He married, 12 Jun 1864, Stamford, CT, Martha Ann Bates, daughter of John and Esther Smith (Holley) Bates. She was born 10 June 1843, Darien, CT, and died after Feb 1875.
Phoenix says the following:
- ". . . a farmer . . . . They settled at Darien, and were living there in Feb. 1875."
Children of Charles Legrand7 and Martha Ann (Bates) Whitney, both born in Darien, CT:
i. Thomas Riley8 Whitney, b. 16 Jul 1865; m. Alice May Avery. ii. Annie Esther Whitney, b. 4 Jun 1867.
1444 1756 Maranda H. Whitney 29 F - Shoe Maker [sic] $75 Conn. Jane E. " 26 F - " Wallace " 7 M - " Attended school Fanny B. " 5 F - " Attended school Willis " 3 M - " Chas. A. " 26 M - "
292 299 Whitney, Charles L. 35 M W Farm Laborer Connecticut Male citizen over 21 -----, Martha A. 26 F W Keeping house Connecticut -----, Thomas 5 M W At home Connecticut -----, Anna 3 F W At home Connecticut Hooker, Laura 19 F W No occupation New York 300 Scofield, John A. 26 M W Farmer Connecticut Male citizen over 21 -----, Lucy 22 F W Keeping house Connecticut -----, Mary E. 10/12 F W At home Connecticut Born in Sep
Charles L. WHITNEY 45 Self M M W CT Works On Farm --- --- Martha A. WHITNEY 36 Wife F M W CT Keeping House CT CT Thomas R. WHITNEY 14 Son M S W CT Works On Farm CT CT Annie E. WHITNEY 12 Dau F S W CT CT CT
335 365 Whitney, Thomas R. Head W M Jul 1865 34 mar 2m Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Day laborer, Rents house -----, Alice M. Wife W F Feb 1878 22 mar 2m 0ch 0liv Connecticut Connecticut New York -----, Martha A. Moth W F Jun 1844 55 wid 2ch 2liv Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut Meyers, Reuben A. Neph W M Jul 1890 9 sgl Connecticut New York Connecticut
- 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), p. 545 and p. 1245.