Family:Whitney, Samuel Franklin (1804-1886)

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Samuel Franklin8 Whitney (Samuel7, Samuel6, Samuel5, Nathaniel4, Nathaniel3, John2, John1), son of Samuel7 and Susanna (Kimball) Whitney, was born 17 Mar 1804, Fairfield, NY, and died 22 Mar 1886, Kirtland, OH.

He married, 26 Jun 1829, Geauga Co., OH, Eve Doane. She was born 24 Sep 1813, OH, and died 13 Oct 1859.

He married secondly, 31 Jul 1861, Cuyahoga Co., OH, Zama Jane Eddy, possibly daughter of Dennis and Climena (French) Eddy. She was born about 1829, OH, and died after 1910. Zama J. Eddy appears in the 1850 and 1860 censuses in East Cleveland, OH, in the family of Samuel and Sally (-----) McElrath.

Children of Samuel Franklin8 and Eve (Doane) Whitney:

i. Samuel Franklin9 Whitney Jr., b. 19 Dec 1831, Kirtland, OH; m.(1) Esther L. Tuller; m.(2) Mary J. -----.
ii. Susan Maria Whitney, b. 9 Jul 1841, Kirtland, OH; d. 15 Jan 1920, Mentor, OH; m. Herschel Emery Talbot.
iii. Charles O. Whitney, b. 7 May 1850, Kirtland, OH; m.(1) Emma M. Curtis; m.(2) Ellen R. -----.

Samuel Franklin8 and Zama Jane (Eddy) Whitney had no children.

Census

140 146 Samuel Whitney 40 M - Farmer $2500 Vt. Eve " 36 F - O. Samuel " 18 M - " " Attended school Susan " 9 F - " Attended school Charles " 1 M - " Susan Whitney 82 F - Vt. Solomon Moore 15 M - O. Attended school

769 746 Saml. Whitney 57 M - Farmer $7000 $1000 N.Y. Susan 18 F - O. Attended school Elias 10 M - " Attended school Francis Manley 17 M - Farm Laborer " Attended school

"Elias" is probably an error for "Chas.", i.e. Charles.

207 204 Whitney, Samuel F. 66 M W Farmer $4000 $10000 New York Male citizen over 21 -----, Zama J. 41 F W Keeping house Ohio 205 -----, Charles O. 20 M W Farm Labor " Married in Dec, Attended school -----, Emma 18 F W At home " Married in Dec Handy, Polly 75 F W Mass.

Franklin WHITNEY 76 Self M M W NY Farmer VT MA Zama WHITNEY 51 Wife F M W OH Keeping House VT OH

References

  • Census records.

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