Family:Whitney, Frederick Lamson (1873-1960)

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Frederick Lamson9 Whitney (Pascal8, Luther7, Samuel6, Joseph5, Timothy4, John3, John2, John1), son of Pascal8 and Amanda Chloe (Rockwell) Whitney, was born 20 Oct 1873, Osage, IA, and died 27 Oct 1960, Santa Ana, CA.

He married 1907, Cordelia Stoughton Brown, daughter of Loren S. and Mary (Babcock) Brown. She was born 25 Mar 1879, Osage, IA, and died Apr 1976, Garden City, KS.

They lived in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Colorado before retiring to California.

Frederick was a student at Iowa State University in Ames and later the University of Chicago, where he received his Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts Degree. He later received a degree as Doctor of Psychology from the University of Minnesota. Earlier in 1900, he was principal of the Osage, IA, Elementary School. He retired in 1942 after serving as Director of the Graduate School and Research Dept. of the Colorado State Teachers College in Greeley. He wrote over 200 articles, bulletins and books covering various phases in the field of Education. Most noted for his book "Elements of Research", which was transcribed in Spanish.

They are buried in the Osage Cemetery, Osage, IA.

Frederick Lamson and Cordelia Stoughton (Brown) Whitney had no known children.

Child Cordelia Stoughton Brown, paternity not found:

i. Elizabeth -----, b. 29 Jul 1908, Osage, IA; d. 7 Jun 2005, St. Charles, MO; m. A. Williams.

Census

246 254 Whitney, Chloe A. Head W F Sep 1838 61 wid 5ch 4lv New York Vermont Vermont Landlady, Owns free house -----, Frederick L. Son W M Oct 1873 26 sgl Iowa New Hampshire New York School Teacher -----, Annette Dau W F Sep 1866 33 sgl Illinois New Hampshire New York Music Teacher -----, Kate R. Dau W F Feb 1868 32 sgl Illinois New Hampshire New York Music Teacher

References

  • Family Records

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