Family:Whitney, Henry Morton (1851-a1930)
He married, about 1879, Anna M. -----. She was born Dec 1850, NY, and died after 1930.
He has dwelt in Tully, NY, for one year; in Cortland, NY, one year; in Syracuse, NY, two years; in Oswego, NY, several months; in Auburn, NY, in 1874, as the manager of the Elias Howe sewing-machine office; and was living at Wheeling, WV, in 1876, unmarried.
Henry Morton7 and Anna M. (-----) Whitney had no children.
768 821 Wm. H. Whitney 60 M - Shoe Maker $150 Mass. Melissa " 36 F - New York Emily A. " 13 F - " Attended school Henry " 9 M - " Attended school Lewis " 6 M - " Attended school Anna " 1 F - "
876 1077 Cook, Newton G. 43 M W S. Beer Mfgr. $4000 $2000 New York Male citizen over 21 " Mary 45 F W Keep House " " Benjamin 3 M W " Higgins, William 23 M W Pedler " Male citizen over 21 Whitney, Henry 18 M W Beer Bottler "
Henry M. WHITNEY 28 Self M M W NY Sewing Machine Agt NY NY Anna M. WHITNEY 25 Wife F M W NY Sewing Machine Agent NY NY
Henry M. Whitney M 40 - U.S. C. Manufacturer Anna M. Whitney F 37 - U.S. C.
38 49 Whitney, Henry M. Head W M May 1851 49 mar 22 New York Massachusetts New York Wagon mfr., Owns free house -----, Anna Wife W F Dec 1850 49 mar 22 0ch 0liv New York New York Wales Owns free house
- 1910, Cortland, Cortland Co., NY: Henry M. and Anna M. Whitney.
- 1920, Cortland, Cortland Co., NY: Henry M. and Anna M. Whitney.
- 1930, Cortland, Cortland Co., NY: Henry M. and Anna M. Whitney.
- 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. 828-829.
- Census records.