Family:Whitney, George Lewis (c1822-c1852)

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George Lewis7 Whitney (Anson6, Josiah Anson5, Richard4, Henry3, John2, Henry1), son of Anson6 and Mary (Phillips) Whitney, was born say 1823, Williamsburgh, Upper Canada, and died about 1852, Commerce, MI.

He married firstly, Caroline Kenyon. She died Bedford, OH.

He married secondly, 25 Apr 1852, Commerce, MI, Marietta G. Shattuck, daughter of Lyman and Julia Ann (Phelps) Shattuck. She was born 2 Aug 1834, Hamilton, NY. She married secondly, about 1855, Norman Payne.

Phoenix says the following:

"George Lewis Whitney, b. at Williamsburgh, Upper Canada; married Caroline Kenyon, who died at Bedford, Ohio; married (2d), 25 Ap. 1852, at Commerce, Mich., Marietta Shattuck, dau. of Lyman and Julia Ann (Phelps) Shattuck, of Commerce, formerly of Hamilton, N. Y., where she was born, 2 Aug. 1834. He died at Commerce, about 1852. She married (2d) ----- Payne."

Child of George Lewis7 and Caroline (Kenyon) Whitney:

i. Frances Eliza8 Whitney, b. 1844, Commerce, MI; m. bef. Apr 1874, ----- -----; prob. the Frances Whitney who m. 8 Mar 1862, Cuyahoga Co., OH, Orville Kirkum, and moved to LaPorte Co., IN.

Child of George Lewis7 and Marietta G. (Shattuck) Whitney:

ii. Charles8 Whitney, b. ca. 1853, OH; d. after 1860.

Census

1223 1223 Anson Whitney 55 M - J. of Peace $700 Conn. George 28 M - Farmer C.W. Caroline 27 F - N.Y. Eliza 6 M - Mich. Attended school

683 667 Norman Payne 31 M - H. Carpenter $950 N.Y. Margaret Payne 25 F - H. Keeper Do Julia Payne 4 F - Mich. Nelly Payne 1 F - Do Charles Whitny 7 M - Ohio

122 118 James B. Kenyon 62 M - Farmer $5000 $400 Jefferson Co., N.Y. Hannah Kenyon 61 F - Washington Co., N.Y. Birdacy Hollridge[?] 16 M - Brownsville, Pa. Attended school Frances Whitney 16 F - Domestic Commerce, Mich. Attended school Lucy Bates 36 F - Dress Maker $1200 -- Washington Co., N.Y. James A. Mudge 19 M - Labourer Brownsville, Pa.

James Kenyon was Caroline's brother.

  • 1870: not found.

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