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The Whitney Family of Connecticut

by S. Whitney Phoenix
(New York: 1878)

Transcribed by Robert L. Ward.

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Whitney Family.
1874, was living in Boston, Mass., the superintendent of the dress-making department of Jordan, Marsh & Co.'s establishment in Washington Street, corner of Central Court.
5449 IV. Ella Annette Whitney, b. at Pittsfield, N.H., 11 June 1843; married there, 28 Dec. 1860, William Badger, son of Judge William Badger, of Concord, N. H. She had one child, who lived five weeks. She died of consumption, in her father's house at Chelsea, Vt., 24 March 1862, and was buried at Chelsea.
5450 V. Harvey Orlando Whitney, b. at Pittsfield, N.H.; and died when a few months old.

Chil. of Freeman and Betsey Roberts (Smith) Whitney. 1648

5451 VI. Sarah Eliza Whitney, b. at Chelsea, Vt., 13 Dec. 1856; was living with her mother, at 49 South Central Street, Nashua, N.H., in Sept 1874, a member of the Chestnut Street Methodist Church.

Chil. of Horace Clement and Philura (Austin) Whitney. 1653

5452 I. Laura Lucinda Whitney, b. at Farnam, Canada East, 23 Sept 1851; married at Appleton, Wis., 2 Jan. 1873, Samuel Augustus McEvers. They were living at Neenah, Wis., in January 1874; and refused to give any account of themselves or their children.

Chil. of George Huyler and Ursula (Hawkins) Whitney. 1655

5453 I. Eliza Ann Whitney, b. at St Alban's, Vt., 10 Dec. 1841; died at St Alban's, 17 Sept. 1842, and was buried there.
5454 II. George Henry Whitney, b. at St Alban's, Vt., 14 Sept. 1843; and was accidentally killed in a saw-mill, at Fairfield, Vt., 10 Oct. 1844. He was buried at Fairfield.
5455 III. Albert Bogue Whitney, b. at Swanton, Vt., 21 Jan. 1844; enlisted, 18 Sept 1861, at Middlebury, Vt., in Co. B, 5th Reg., Vt. Vol. Infantry, and served till he lost a leg on the second day of the seven days battle before Richmond, and was captured. He was held a prisoner four weeks. He was living in Jamestown, Mich., unmarried, in Sept. 1874.
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