Family:Whitney, Harry (s1830-?)

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Harry Whitney, parentage unknown but probably a son of Samuel Whitney, was born say 1830, and died probably before 1870. Harry was not listed with his family on the 1870 census.

He married, before 1849, Fanny -----. She was born about 1834, NC, and died after 1880.

Children of Harry and Fanny (-----) Whitney, possibly incomplete:

i. Milton Whitney, b. ca. 1849, NC.
ii. Harry Whitney, b. ca. 1854, Hyde Co., NC. Harry Whitney is listed in the Freedman Bank Records as follows:
Name: Harry Whitney
Birth place: Hyde Co.
Residence: So. Front St.
Age: 14y or 15y
Height and complexion: Black
Where brought up: Hyde Co.
Occupation: Go to School to Miss. Hicks
Father name:
Mother name: Fanny Whitney
Application date: 12 Jun 1871
Account number: 2076
Bank location: New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, United States
Relation to account holder: Self
Collection: Freedman Bank Records 1865-1874
iii. Adam Whitney, b. ca. 1858, Lake, Hyde Co., NC. Adam Whitney is listed in the Freedman Bank Records as follows:
Name: Adam Whitney
Birth place: Lake, Hyde Co.
Residence: Jones St.
Age: 12y
Height and complexion: Dark Brown
Where brought up: Lake, Hyde Co.
Occupation: Pick Cotton
Works for: J. L. Rhem
Father name: Harry Whitney
Mother name: Fanny Whitney
Application date: 23 Sep 1871
Account number: 2328
Bank location: New Bern, Craven, North Carolina, United States
Relation to account holder: Self
Collection: Freedman Bank Records 1865-1874
iv. Melissa Whitney, b. ca. 1868, NC.

Census

112 127 Whitney, Fanny 36 F B Keeping House $275 -- N.C. " Milton 21 M B Farm Laborer " Illiterate, Male citizen over 21 " Harry 16 M B At Home " Attended school, Illiterate " Adam 12 M B Cake Vendor " Attended school, Illiterate " Melissa 7 F B At Home "

Fannie WHITNEY 57 Self F W B NC Keeping House NC NC Harry WHITNEY 25 Son M S B NC Huckster NC NC Adom WHITNEY 23 Son M S B NC Huckster NC NC Malisa WHITNEY 13 Dau F S B NC At School NC NC

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