Family:Whitney, Marshall Spring (1825-1887)
Marshall Spring8 Whitney (Simeon7, Nathaniel6, Abel5, Naham4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), son of Simeon7 and Joanna (Shaw) Whitney, was born 21 Aug 1825, Standish, ME, and died 26 Feb 1887, Harrison, ME.
He married, int. 12 Aug 1861, cert. 17 Aug 1861, Harrison, ME, 21 Jul 18__, or 24 Aug 1861, Brownfield, ME, Sarah Merrill Wentworth, daughter of Ebenezer and Polly (Merrill) Wentworth. She was born 22 Sep 1838, Brownfield, ME.
He resided Neponset, MA. He resided Brownfield and Harrison, ME.
Children of Marshall Spring8 and Sarah Merrill (Wentworth) Whitney:
i. Anville Leroy9 Whitney, b. 28 Mar 1865; unmarried; resided 9 Taylor St., Neponset. He is a dentist. His office is at 2 Park Square, Boston, MA.
247 262 Whitney, Marshall S. 42 M W Cooper $300 $150 Maine Male citizen over 21 -----, Sarah M. 30 F W Keeping House Maine -----, Anville L. 5 M W Maine Kenerson, Virgil D. P. 30 M W Works in Wire Factory $500 $1000 Maine Male citizen over 21 263 Dawson, James 29 M W Works in Woolen Factory England Parents foreign born -----, Ellen 30 F W Keeping House England Parents foreign born -----, Sarah A. 10 F W Attends school England Parents foreign born, Attended school -----, Annie 5 F W Attends school England Parents foreign born, Attended school -----, John W. 1 M W Rhode Island Parents foreign born Crowther, Joseph 25 M W Works in Woolen Factory England Parents foreign born
Marshal WHITNEY 54 Self M M W ME Cooper ME ME Sarah WHITNEY 41 Wife F M W ME Keeping House ME ME Anville L. WHITNEY 15 Son M S W ME At Home ME ME Simeon WHITNEY 81 Fath M W W ME At Home ME ME Polly M. WENTWORTH 77 MotL F W W NH At Home NH NH
- 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. 656.
- Moulton, Alphonso, Howard L. Sampson, and Granville Fernald, comps. and eds., Centennial History of Harrison, Maine: Containing The Centennial Celebration of 1905, and Historical and Biographical Matter (Portland: Southworth Printing Company, 1909), p. 726.