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 Laura May <I>Howard</I> Whitney

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Laura May Howard Whitney

Birth
Death
Jan 1916 (aged 39)
Candor, Tioga County, New York, USA
Burial
Candor, Tioga County, New York, USA
Memorial ID
64604267 View Source

via 1900 census living with mother in Candor, married 7 years or about 1893, and son Earl L Whitney born Mar 1894.
via 1905 census the three all live on Anderson Hill Ridge Rd in Candor and via the 1910 census they still live together in Candor.

via son Earl Lancelot Whitney marriage record, Laura May Howard was married to Martin Whitney.

It should be noted that her son Earl appears to fall of the grid after his marriage in 1917 and died before 1920 as his wife, Helen Louise (Sutton) Whitney is stated to be a widow in the 1920 census with a son Earl Whitney born about 1917 and remarried in 1922 to Arthur Eugene Forman.

From two articles from unknown Newspapers
with a hand written date of Jan 10, 1916

MRS. LAURA HOWARD WHITNEY.
Mrs. Laura May Howard Whitney, aged 39 years, died on Tuesday morning of typhoid-pneumonia, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah A. Howard, in the Town of Candor. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and at 2 o'clock at the Anderson Hill Church. Besides her mother, Mrs. Whitney is survived by a son, Earl Whitney, and by two brothers. H. Adelbert and Darius T Howard of Caroline.

Among those who were called at this place on last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. May Whitney were her brother, H. Adelbert Howard and family, of upper Fairfield; nephew Duane Howard, of Binghamton; her uncle, Rev. Loring P. Howard, and wife, of Spencer; her cousins, Hon. George F. Andrews and attorney Albert S. Andrews, of Owego; Elmer E. Andrews, of Lestershire; Mrs. Laura E. Walters, of Binghamton; Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln C. Burt, of Catatonk; Mrs. Charles H. Andrews, of Tioga; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hover, of Newark Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hover, of Fairfield; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Andrews of Owebo; Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, of Hubbardtown; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Whitney, of Catatonk, and many others. The church was well filled with relatives and friends who came to pay their last tribute of love and respect.

via 1900 census living with mother in Candor, married 7 years or about 1893, and son Earl L Whitney born Mar 1894.
via 1905 census the three all live on Anderson Hill Ridge Rd in Candor and via the 1910 census they still live together in Candor.

via son Earl Lancelot Whitney marriage record, Laura May Howard was married to Martin Whitney.

It should be noted that her son Earl appears to fall of the grid after his marriage in 1917 and died before 1920 as his wife, Helen Louise (Sutton) Whitney is stated to be a widow in the 1920 census with a son Earl Whitney born about 1917 and remarried in 1922 to Arthur Eugene Forman.

From two articles from unknown Newspapers
with a hand written date of Jan 10, 1916

MRS. LAURA HOWARD WHITNEY.
Mrs. Laura May Howard Whitney, aged 39 years, died on Tuesday morning of typhoid-pneumonia, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah A. Howard, in the Town of Candor. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home and at 2 o'clock at the Anderson Hill Church. Besides her mother, Mrs. Whitney is survived by a son, Earl Whitney, and by two brothers. H. Adelbert and Darius T Howard of Caroline.

Among those who were called at this place on last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. May Whitney were her brother, H. Adelbert Howard and family, of upper Fairfield; nephew Duane Howard, of Binghamton; her uncle, Rev. Loring P. Howard, and wife, of Spencer; her cousins, Hon. George F. Andrews and attorney Albert S. Andrews, of Owego; Elmer E. Andrews, of Lestershire; Mrs. Laura E. Walters, of Binghamton; Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln C. Burt, of Catatonk; Mrs. Charles H. Andrews, of Tioga; Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hover, of Newark Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hover, of Fairfield; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Andrews of Owebo; Mr. and Mrs. John Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, of Hubbardtown; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Whitney, of Catatonk, and many others. The church was well filled with relatives and friends who came to pay their last tribute of love and respect.


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