Family:Whitney, Marcus Caryl (1844-a1895)
Marcus Caryl8 Whitney (Marcus Tullius Cicero7, Paul6, Timothy5, Jonas4, Moses3, Richard2, John1), son of Marcus Tullius Cicero7 and Betsey W. (Hall) Whitney, was born 14 Sep 1844, North Troy, VT, and died 2 Feb 1901, Manchester, NH, aged 56 years 4 months 19 days, of pneumonia.
He never married.
He is a contractor and builder; resided 327 Pearl St., Manchester, NH.
Sketch of The Life of Marcus C. Whitney. - Marcus C. Whitney was b. 14 Sep 1844, his parents being Marcus T. C. Whitney and Betsey W. (Hall) Whitney. His birthplace was the little village of North Troy, VT, situated on the Missisquoi river, about one mile south of Canada line. His childhood and youth were passed on his father's farm. His education was obtained in the "district" school of his neighborhood, Missisquoi Valley academy at North Troy, and Derby academy at Derby Center, VT. He taught school nine years after leaving the academy. At this time his health was somewhat impaired, and also on account of failing eyesight he quit teaching and turned his attention to the carpenter's trade and building. In 1875 he went to Montpelier, VT, and worked at his trade till 1882, when he moved to Manchester, NH. At present he is engaged in the business of contractor and builder.
- 1861, Patton, Brome Co., QC: Carrol Whitney, 17.
- 1870: not found.
- 1880: not found. Should be in Montpelier, VT.
- 1900: not found. Should be in Manchester, NH.
- All data imported from Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), pp. 315-317.