Family:Whitney, William Lewis (1830-1854)
William Lewis7 Whitney (Jonathan Rasselas6, Samuel Platt5, Uriah4, Nathan3, John2, Henry1), son of Jonathan Rasselas6 and Maria Louise (Moore) Whitney, was born 22 Nov 1830, Montville, OH, and died 10 Feb 1854, Montville, OH, where he was buried in Montville Cemetery.
He married, 7 Sep 1853, Parkman, OH, Sarah Stoughton, daughter of Henry and Almira (Clapp) Stoughton. She was born 30 Apr 1833, Windsor, OH, and died after 1880. She married secondly, 3 Jun 1860, Windsor, OH, Marvin Richmond, son of Lansing and Asenath (-----) Richmond, born in Windsor, where they were living in 1874.
Phoenix says the following:
- ". . . a shoemaker . . . . They settled at Montville . . . ."
Child of William Lewis7 and Sarah (Stoughton) Whitney:
i. William Lewis8 Whitney, b. 7 May 1854 (posthumously), Windsor, OH; lived there, a teacher, in 1874.
1063 968 Marvin Richmond 29 M - Farmer $1200 $560 Ohio Married in year Sarah 27 F - " Married in year William Whitney 6 M - " Attended school Philinda Richmond 19 F - $500 "
- 1870, Windsor, Ashtabula Co., OH:
19 19 Richmond, Marvin 39 M W Farmer $1200 $500 Ohio Male citizen over 21 -----, Sarah 37 F W Keeping House " -----, Harry 6 M W " Attended school Whitney, Wm. 16 M W " Stoughton, Henry 79 M W $3000 $500 Conn. Male citizen over 21
- 1880, Windsor, Ashtabula Co., OH:
93 102 Richmond, Marvin W M 49 mar Farmer Ohio Mass. N.Y. -----, Sarah W F 47 Wife mar Keeping house Ohio Conn. Conn. -----, Harry W M 16 Son sgl At Home Ohio Ohio Ohio -----, Mary B. W F 3 Dau --- Ohio Ohio Ohio
Wm. L. WHITNEY 26 Self M M W OH Clerk In Store OH OH Edna WHITNEY 24 Wife F M W OH Keeping House OH OH Lee WHITNEY 1 Son M S W OH OH OH
- 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), pp. 875-876 and p. 1765.