Family:Whitney, Hammond Moore (1851-a1910)

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Hammond Moore9 Whitney (Asa Hammond8, Asa7, Elisha6, Elijah5, Daniel4, John3, John2, John1), born Hampton, Virginia, 28 Jul 1851; married in Boston, 13 Nov 1879, Catherine Howard Reed, born 1854.

He was born in Hampton, Virginia, 28 Jul 1851. Moved to New York, 1855, and to Newtown about 1857 and to Cambridge, Massachusetts, at the death of his father in 1859. In 1862 he went to live with an aunt, on a farm at Leicester, Massachusetts, attending the Leicester Military academy two winters, and working on the farm at other times, until 1865, when the family moved to Lancaster, Massachusetts, where he continued to work on a farm, except in winter, until 1867, when he went to work in a cotton mill, and continued there until 1869, when he went to Oxford, Massachusetts, and worked in a woolen mill until early in 1870, when he went to Boston and went to work in a wholesale paper store, where he remained until 1885, at which time he became connected with one of the oldest paper manufacturing concerns in the country, and in 1889 was made vice-president, which office he now holds. He served in the state militia six years; resided 39 Carlton St., Brookline, Massachusetts.

Children of Hammond Moore9 Whitney:

i. Catherine10 Whitney, born 28 Sep 1881.
ii. Margaret Whitney, born 28 Dec 1887.

References

1. All data imported from Frederick Clifton Pierce, The Descendants of John Whitney, Who Came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635, (Chicago: 1895), p. 592.


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