Family:Whitney, Isaac Lounsbury (1800-a1874)
He married firstly, 15 May 1821, New York, NY, Sarah Haywood.
He married secondly, 16 Jul 1824, Mary Ann Stackhouse, daughter of John and Aletta (Caniff) Stackhouse. She was born 12 Jul 1808, New York, NY, and died 16 Jul 1871, Lyons, NY.
Phoenix says the following:
- "Isaac Lounsbury Whitney, b. at Fishkill Plains, N. Y., 26 March 1800; a stove-mounter; went to New York City in 1818, and there married, 15 May 1821, Sarah Haywood; married (2d), 16 July 1824, Mary Ann Stackhouse, dau. of John and Aletta (Caniff) Stackhouse, of New York City, where she was born, 12 July 1808. They remained in New York till 1844, in which year they removed to Brooklyn, N. Y., and thence, in Sept. 1847, to Lyons, N. Y., where she died, 16 July 1871, and was buried. He then moved to Bloomington, Ill., and thence, in 1873, to Mayfield, N. Y., where he was living, in July 1874, with his brother, Francis Rowland Whitney."
Isaac Lounsbury6 and Sarah (Haywood) Whitney had no children.
Children of Isaac Lounsbury6 and Mary Ann (Stackhouse) Whitney:
i. Elias James7 Whitney, b. 20 Feb 1827, New York, NY; m. Mary Helen Van Voast. ii. Judith Lenchy Whitney, b. 16 Apr 1829, Poughkeepsie, NY; m. Levi Selleck. iii. Mary Jane Whitney, b. 7 Nov 1831, New York, NY; m. Daniel Van Voast. iv. Wilson Whitney, b. 23 Mar 1834, New York, NY; d. 9 Nov 1834, New York, NY. v. Isaac Francis Whitney, b. 17 Feb 1837, New York, NY; m. Minnie Etta Lunger. vi. John Henry Ellsworth Whitney, b. 30 Jul 1840, New York, NY; m. Emily Louisa Calhoun. vii. Lewis Whitney, b. 9 Sep 1846, Brooklyn, NY. He enlisted in the Autumn of 1863, with his brother Isaac, in Co. H, 14th Reg., Heavy Artillery, N. Y. Volunteers; was among the first to assault the works before Petersburgh, when the mine was sprung by Gen. Burnside, 30 Jul 1864; was captured by the enemy, uninjured, and imprisoned at Danville, NC, where he died from starvation, 11 Dec 1864, just before a general exchange of prisoners. His friends have not been able to find the place of his burial.
- 1830, New York Ward 10, New York Co., NY: Isaac Whitney, 1 male 30-39, 1 male 0-9, and 1 female 20-29.
- 1840, New York Ward 10, New York Co., NY: Isaac Whitney, 1 male 40-49, 1 male 10-14, 1 male 0-4, 1 female 30-39, 1 female 10-14, and 1 female 5-9; 1 engaged in manufacture or trades.
- 1850, Lyons, Wayne Co., NY:
738 748 Isaac L. Whitney 50 M - Machinist $600 N.Y. Mary " 42 F - " Isaac " 12 M - " Attended school John " 10 " - " Attended school Lewis " 4 " - " Mary " 18 F - " Attended school
2558 2718 Isaac L. Whitney 60 M - Machinist $100 N.Y. Mary " 52 F - " Lewis " 14 M - " Attended school
380 395 Whitney, Isaac T. 70 M W Machinist $1000 $150 New York Male citizen over 21 -----, Mary A. 63 F W Seamstress " 396 Sharp, Wm. 55 M W Maltster $2000 $300 England Parents foreign born, Male citizen over 21 -----, Emily 54 F W Keeping house New York -----, Mary A. 22 F W School Teacher " Henry, Kate 22 F W Telegraph Operator Canada Parents foreign born
Francis R. WHITNEY 65 Self M M W NY Farmer NY NY Mary WHITNEY 54 Wife F M W NY Keeping House NY NY Helen WHITNEY 23 Dau F S W NY Dress Maker NY NY Sarah WHITNEY 15 Dau F S W NY NY NY Halsey WHITNEY 13 Son M S W NY NY NY Herbert WHITNEY 13 Son M S W NY NY NY Isaac L. WHITNEY 80 Bro M W W NY Stove Mounter NY NY
- 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. 327 and pp. 865-867.