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[[Family:Whitney, John (1592-1673)|John<sup>1</sup>]]),
 
[[Family:Whitney, John (1592-1673)|John<sup>1</sup>]]),
 
son of [[Family:Whitney, Granville (1831-1898)|Granville and Matilda A. (Clayton) Whitney]],
 
son of [[Family:Whitney, Granville (1831-1898)|Granville and Matilda A. (Clayton) Whitney]],
was born 5 Jan 1861, Boston, MA.{{ref|1}}
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was born 5 Jan 1861, Boston, MA,{{ref|1}} and died after 1900.
  
He married, 9 Oct 1889, Watertown, MA, '''Minnie Frances Dyer''', daughter of Isaac Henry and Abbie Baker (Cook) Dyer.{{ref|2}}  She was born 7 Apr 1870, Brighton, MA.
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He married, 9 Oct 1889, Watertown, MA, '''Minnie Frances Dyer''', daughter of Isaac Henry and Abbie Baker (Cook) Dyer.{{ref|2}}  She was born 7 Apr 1870, Brighton, MA, and died after 1900.
  
 
In 1892 he was a bookkeeper living at 4 Holborn Terrace, Boston, MA.  Children:
 
In 1892 he was a bookkeeper living at 4 Holborn Terrace, Boston, MA.  Children:
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| '''Grenville Whitney''', b. 6 Nov 1892, Boston, MA.{{ref|3}}
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| '''Grenville Whitney''', b. 6 Nov 1892, Boston, MA;{{ref|3}} d. aft. 1900.
 
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== Census ==
 
== Census ==
  
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* [[Archive:1900 Census Extracts, Massachusetts, Suffolk County#135|1900, 36 Algonquin, Boston Ward 20, Suffolk Co., MA]]:
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<p class="Plaintext90">239 325 Whitney, Elmer S.    Head W M Jan 1861 39 mar 10          Massachusetts Maine        Maine          Coaliver Kidder press, Owns mortgaged house
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        -----, Minnie F.      Wife W F Apr 1870 32 mar 10 1ch 1liv Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
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        -----, Grenville      Son  W M Nov 1892  7 sgl            Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts
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        Kane, Sady            Srvt W F Apr 1875 25 sgl            Ireland      Ireland      Ireland        Servant, Immig. 1894</p>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 15:42, 30 November 2018

Elmer Granville Whitney (Granville, Ammi Ruhamah, James, [poss.] Isaac4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Granville and Matilda A. (Clayton) Whitney, was born 5 Jan 1861, Boston, MA,[1] and died after 1900.

He married, 9 Oct 1889, Watertown, MA, Minnie Frances Dyer, daughter of Isaac Henry and Abbie Baker (Cook) Dyer.[2] She was born 7 Apr 1870, Brighton, MA, and died after 1900.

In 1892 he was a bookkeeper living at 4 Holborn Terrace, Boston, MA. Children:

Children of Elmer Granville and Minnie Frances (Dyer) Whitney:

i. Grenville Whitney, b. 6 Nov 1892, Boston, MA;[3] d. aft. 1900.

Census

239 325 Whitney, Elmer S. Head W M Jan 1861 39 mar 10 Massachusetts Maine Maine Coaliver Kidder press, Owns mortgaged house -----, Minnie F. Wife W F Apr 1870 32 mar 10 1ch 1liv Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts -----, Grenville Son W M Nov 1892 7 sgl Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Kane, Sady Srvt W F Apr 1875 25 sgl Ireland Ireland Ireland Servant, Immig. 1894

References

  • Census records.

1.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 143, page 25.

2.^  William Richard Cutter, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts (New York, NY: Lewis historical publishing company, 1908), Volume I, p. 273. Also, "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 398, page 302.

3.^  "Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910," from original records held by the Massachusetts Archives. Online database: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2004; volume 423, page 103.


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