Family:Whitney, Richard (1848-1915)

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Richard Whitney (John), son of John and Mary (-----) Whitney, was born 1848, LA, and died 15 Feb 1920, Miller Co., AR.

He married firstly, 21 Feb 1869, Lafayette Co., AR, Amanda (-----)(Ramsey) Corbet. She was born 1840, LA, and died about 1888, AR. She had married firstly, before 1857, ----- Ramsey, by whom she had children Eliza Ramsey and Thomas G. Ramsey. She had married secondly, 24 Sep 1864, Lafayette Co., AR, James Corbet, by whom she had Elizabeth Corbet.

He married secondly, 8 May 1887, Lafayette Co., AR, Rachel E. Gothaire. She was born 1854, and died 12 Jan 1928, Miller Co., AR.

Children of Richard and Amanda (-----)(Ramsey)(Corbet) Whitney:

i. John W. F. Whitney, b. 1869, AR.

Children of Richard and Rachel E. (Gothaire) Whitney:

ii. Amanda E. Whitney, b. 1898, AR, m. 17 Feb 1914, Miller Co., AR, Theron Cook.

Census

50 50 John Whitney 52 M - Farm Laborer $100 S.C. 1847 Mary Whitney 33 F - Tenn. " Richard Whitney 13 M - La. Attended school Miss N. Whitney 10 F - " Attended school John Whitney Jr. 8 M - " G. W. Whitney 1 M - "

120 120 Whitney, Richard 21 M W Farmer Louisiana Male citizen over 21 -----, Amanda 30 F W Keeping house do Ramsey, Eliza 13 F W Louisiana Illiterate -----, Thomas 11 M W do Illiterate Corbet, Elizabeth 6 F W Ark. Whitney, John 9/12 M W " Born in Sep

Richard WHITNEY 29 Self M M W LA Farmer SC SC Manda WHITNEY 40 Wife F M W MS Keeping House SC SC John W. F. WHITNEY 10 Son M S W AR Farmer LA MS Thomas G. RAMSEY 20 SSon M S W LA Farmer MS MS Bettie J. CORBET 15 SDau F S W AR Keeping House AR AR

112 115 Whitney, Richard Head W M 51 mar Louisiana South Carolina Tennessee Farmer -----, Rachel E. Wife W F 46 mar Louisiana Unknown Unknown -----, Amanda E. Dau W F 2 sgl Arkansas Louisiana Louisiana Mars, James SSon W M 19 sgl Arkansas Unknown Louisiana Farm laborer

  • 1910 Beech, Miller Co., AR

References

  • Census records.

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