Descendants of Richard Whitehead

 

Descendants of Richard Whitehead

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  RICHARD1 WHITEHEAD was born Abt. 1794 in England, and died Bef. 1851.  He married MARY FULLER October 13, 1813 in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England.  She was born October 19, 1795 in England, and died September 07, 1884 in Wayne Co. NY.

 

Notes for RICHARD WHITEHEAD:

Source for marriage: Boyd's County Wide Index.

Marriage was witnessed by William Whitehead and Thomas Camps, Mary is listed as a spinster and Richard a bachelor.

 

Notes for MARY FULLER:

 Mary is listed as grandmother in law in the household of Frank Nichols in the 1880 Federal Census of Butler Wayne Co. NY.

 

Mary is listed on the passenger list of the Packet Ship Columbia; District of New York, Port of New York with her son William on March 20, 1851.

 

More about MARY FULLER:

Burial: Lyon's Rural Cemetery, Wayne Co. NY

Census: 1880, Butler, Wayne Co. NY living in the household of Frank Nichols

 

More about RICHARD WHITEHEAD and MARY FULLER:

Marriage: October 13, 1813, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

     

Children of RICHARD WHITEHEAD and MARY FULLER are:

              i.   ELIZABETH2 WHITEHEAD, b. August 11, 1814, Cambridgeshire, England.

 

More about ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD:

Baptism: September 14, 1814, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

 

2.           ii.   WILLIAM W. WHITEHEAD, b. May 13, 1816, Cambridgeshire, England; d. December 02, 1890, Isabella Co. MI.

             iii.   JOSEPH WHITEHEAD, b. February 25, 1818, Cambridgeshire, England.

 

More about JOSEPH WHITEHEAD:

Baptism: March 22, 1818, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

 

             iv.   MARY WHITEHEAD, b. January 1820, Cambridgeshire, England; d. 1820, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England.

 

More about MARY WHITEHEAD:

Baptism: January 13, 1820, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

 

             v.   MARY WHITEHEAD, b. 1821, Cambridgeshire, England.

 

More about MARY WHITEHEAD:

Baptism: 1821, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  WILLIAM W.2 WHITEHEAD (RICHARD1) was born May 13, 1816 in Cambridgeshire, England, and died December 02, 1890 in Isabella Co. MI.  He married (1) ELIZABETH BARTEE May 17, 1841 in Spaulding, Lincolnshire, England.  She was born Abt. 1820 in England, and died October 07, 1861 in NY.  He married (2) ANNA FERGUSON January 26, 1865 in Rose Valley, Wayne Co. NY.  She was born May 1826 in NY, and died February 01, 1908 in Isabella Co., MI.

 

Notes for WILLIAM W. WHITEHEAD:

Immigration Information:

Source Roll 96 Passenger List of Vessels Arriving at New York;

District of New York-Port of New York

Port of Departure; Liverpool, England

Place of Origin; Ireland

Ship Name; Packet Ship Columbia

Destination; USA

March 20, 1851

William Whitehead age 34

Elizabeth Whitehead age 30

Mary Ann Whitehead age 09

Jane Whitehead age 07

Charles Whitehead age 01

Elizabeth Whitehead age 00

Mrs., Whitehead age 50

 

According to Rose Neighborhood Sketches, Wayne Co. NY; William purchased a farm in Butler part number 7. He later bought land from Jackson Harper.

 

The following article appeared in the Isabella Co. Portrait & Biographical Library (published in 1884).

 

William Whitehead, farmer owns the east half of the southwest quarter of section 30, in Union Township. He is the son of Richard and Mary (Fuller) Whitehead, and was born in Cambridgeshire, England, May 13, 1816. He was reared on a farm, and has followed agriculture and masonry ever since.

Coming to this country in 1851, he owned different farms in Wayne Co. NY, where he also followed his trade until 1869. He then came to Union Township, this county, having bought 80 acres of timberland in October previous. He has cleared 40 acres. Mr. W. is now suffering from impaired health. He was first married in Spaulding, Lincolnshire, England, May 17, 1841, to Elizabeth Bartee, a native of England, of this marriage nine children were born, seven of whom are living-Mary A., Jane, Charles R., George W., Matilda, Franklin B. and Stella. The deceased were infants. Losing his wife by death in the State of New York, October 07, 1861, he again married in Rose Valley, Wayne Co. NY, January 26, 1865, Mrs. Ann Reed, Widow of John Reed, who was killed at the first battle of Bull Run. Carrie A., William and Joseph are the names of the three children born of Mr. W's second marriage. He and his wife are members of the Episcopal Church.

 

The 1879 Union Twp. Plat shows Wm Whitehead owning a lot in # 30. In 1915 His son George Whitehead is shown as the owner. In 1931 George's son Alfred Whitehead is shown as the owner. Alfred is also the owner of George's property in Section 29

 

William is listed in the 1860 Savannah, Wayne Co. NY census. He then appears in the 1870 & 1880 Union Twp. Isabella Co. MI census.

 

WHITEHEAD FARM

William Whitehead came to Isabella County in1869.  He bought 80 acres of timbered land in Section 30, Union Township, of which he cleared 40 acres.  William was born in Cambridgeshire, England, May 13, 1816, and came to the United States in 1851.  He owned farms in Wayne County, New York before coming to Isabella County.  He was a farmer and mason by trade.

 

William Whitehead was first married to Elizabeth Bartee in Spaulding, Lincolnshire England in May 1841.  Nine children were born to this marriage, with seven living.  They were Mary, Jane, Charles R., George W., Matilda, Franklin B., and Stella.  After his first wife died in 1861, he married a widow, Ann Reed.  Three children were born to this marriage, William and Joseph, both died at a very early age and Carrie, who later married Noble Moss.

 

William's son, George W., followed in his father's profession and in 1876 bought a farm of 70 acres in Section 29 of Union Township.  He married Stella (should be Sarah) Lockwood and had two sons, Edward and Earnest.  Upon her death he married Florence Hoover, a teacher at the Gulick School.  They had four children, Rdella, Alfred, Gretchen and Vesta.  Rdella and Gretchen never married.  Vesta married Myron Stebbins and had two sons, Alfred and George.  They later divorced and she married Arthur Ash and had four children, Marjory (Cheetham), Maxine (Grove), Marie (Heath) and Stanley.

 

Alfred graduated from Mt. Pleasant High School and went to Central Michigan Normal for several terms.  He then took over the family farm.  Along with farming he also worked at the Isabella Sugar Company and served many years on the Union Township Board as trustee and treasurer.

 

Alfred was married to Mamie Moss on February 5, 1918.  They had four living children, A. Keith, Dale, Wayne and Franklin.  Alfred died in June 1940.

 

After military service, Keith married and settled in Beloit, Wisconsin.  Dale married Faye Bennett and lives in Mt. Pleasant; Franklin married Diane Percha and lives in Warsaw, Indiana.  Wayne after military service, returned to the family farm.  He enlarged the farm to lands in Section 19, 29, and 30 of Union Township.  He has also driven school bus for the Mt. Pleasant Public Schools for 34 years.  He married Elva Kranzo on March 20, 1949.  She teaches school in the Mt. Pleasant Public Schools.  They have four sons.  David, the oldest, married Marilyn Dumon and has two children, Nick and Carrie.  He works at Morbark Industries of Winn and helps out on the family farm.  Dean is a police officer in Lansing, Michigan.  William is a teacher and also works on the farm.  Robert is an x-ray technician supervisor in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

 

With the present interest in farming by the generations living on this farm, it appears that the Whitehead Farm will continue as a growing entity for at least another generation.

 

Isabella County Enterprise, Volume XXVI Friday December 5, 1890, page 1, column 2

 

William Whitehead died Tuesday at the advanced age of 74 years and 6 months.  he was one of the early settlers of this county, having lived here over twenty-two years and was a respected and honored citizen.  In his earlier years, he was a member of the Church of England and his request was that his funeral service might be the form of that church.  He was born, raised and married in England and with his family, wife and three children, came to New York state nearly fifty years ago.  There four other children were born.  Twenty-two years after his arrival from England, the wife and mother died, and a few years after with five of his seven children, he came to this county, having married the present Mrs. Whitehead before starting.  One child resulted from this marriage and six of his children, George and Frank, Mrs. Chas Slater, Mrs. Henry Ellsworth, Carrie and Susie still live here.  The esteem in which Mr. Whitehead was held among his children was fully demonstrated by their faithful and untiring efforts to make his last days as comfortable as possible.  No word was left unspoken or act undone by any of them whereby they could cheer him to the time of his death.  The funeral, conducted by Rev. E. L. Kellong, was held Thursday attended by a large number of his friends and relatives and the interment was at Riverside cemetery.

 

Residence at the time of marriage to Anna Reed was Rose, Wayne Co. NY. They were married in the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Young his wife and daughter were witnesses.

 

 

A search of Isabella County Probate records indicates that there was no will left.

 

More about WILLIAM W. WHITEHEAD:

Baptism: June 02, 1816, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, England

Burial: Riverside Cemetery Isabella Co. MI

Census: 1880, Union Twp., Isabella Co. MI

Church affiliation: Church of England

Immigration: 1851, From England to Wayne Co. NY

Migrated in1869 to Isabella Co.  Michigan

Occupation: Farmer & Mason

 

More about WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and ELIZABETH BARTEE:

Marriage: May 17, 1841, Spaulding, Lincolnshire, England

 

Notes for ANNA FERGUSON:

Ann is the widow of John Reed, who was killed at the first battle of Bull Run. John and Ann's 17 year old daughter is listed in the 1880 census living in the home of William Whitehead.

 

Isabella County Enterprise, Volume XLIV, Number 9, Page 1, Column 3

 

Old Resident of Union Gone

 

Mrs. William Whitehead of Union died the evening of February first, aged 80 years, 9 months and 14 days.  She was widowed in December, 1891 and remained on the old farm with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Hoop, until her death.  She had been in feeble state of health for several years.  Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead were residents of the county forty years ago and were numbered among the substantial farmers of the place.  Two daughters survive their mother, Mrs. Susie Hoop and Mrs. Carrie Moss.

 

The funeral was held at the home Wednesday at 1 p. m., conducted by Rev. J. A. McGreaham of Mt. Pleasant, interment in Riverside beside her husband and two children, who preceded her.

 

 

More about ANNA FERGUSON:

Burial: February 05, 1908, Riverside Cemetery Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI

Cause of death (Facts Pg): La Grippe

 

More about WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and ANNA FERGUSON:

Marriage: January 26, 1865, Rose Valley, Wayne Co. NY

     

Children of WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and ELIZABETH BARTEE are:

3.           i.   MARY ANN3 WHITEHEAD, b. 1842, England; d. 1900, Wolcott Wayne Co. NY.

4.           ii.   JANE (JENNIE) WHITEHEAD, b. May 08, 1844, Lincolnshire England; d. May 07, 1914, Wayne Co. NY.

5.          iii.   CHARLES R. WHITEHEAD, b. 1849, England; d. December 1906, Wayne Co. NY.

             iv.   ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD, b. 1851, England; d. Bef. 1860, NY.

6.          v.   GEORGE WASHINGTON WHITEHEAD, b. September 18, 1852, Wayne Co. NY; d. January 11, 1921, Union Twp, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI.

7.          vi.   MATILDA WHITEHEAD, b. January 26, 1855, Wayne Co. NY; d. February 12, 1923, Isabella Co. MI.

8.         vii.   FRANKLIN BENJAMIN WHITEHEAD, b. November 07, 1857, Wayne Co. NY; d. March 20, 1935, Dallas, TX.

9.        viii.   ESTELLA ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD, b. August 1858, Savannah, NY; d. June 28, 1901, Isabella Co. MI.

 

     

Children of WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and ANNA FERGUSON are:

             ix.   SUSIE REED3 WHITEHEAD, b. April 11, 1862, NY; d. 1956; m. GEORGE FRANKLIN HOOP, June 17, 1896, Isabella Co. MI; b. April 30, 1859, Pa.; d. February 05, 1921.

 

Notes for SUSIE REED WHITEHEAD:

Susie is the daughter of Ann's first husband John Reed. George and Susie had infant females that died March 12, 1898 in Isabella Co. MI

 

More about SUSIE REED WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI

 

Notes for GEORGE FRANKLIN HOOP:

Mount Pleasant Times, February 5, 1921, page 1

 George F. Hoop

 

George F. Hoop, a Union township farmer, died at his home Saturday, February 5, age 51 (should say 61) years.

 Besides his wife, he leaves several brothers and sisters to mourn his loss.

 Funeral services were held from the home, yesterday afternoon, in charge of Rev. Joseph H. Green with interment in Riverside cemetery.

 Deceased was a member of the I. O. O. F. and a number of the order attended the services, in a body.

 

More about GEORGE FRANKLIN HOOP:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI

 

More about GEORGE HOOP and SUSIE WHITEHEAD:

Marriage: June 17, 1896, Isabella Co. MI

 

             x.   WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, b. November 20, 1866, NY; d. June 02, 1882, Union Twp.,  Isabella Co. MI.

 

More about WILLIAM WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Fever

 

10.        xi.   CARRIE AMELIA WHITEHEAD, b. January 18, 1869; d. November 1959.

            xii.   JOSEPH A. WHITEHEAD, b. March 23, 1872, Isabella Co. MI; d. September 10, 1874.

 

Notes for JOSEPH A. WHITEHEAD:

Joseph died young.

 

 

More about JOSEPH A. WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Riverside Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant, Isabella Co. MI

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  MARY ANN3 WHITEHEAD (WILLIAM W.2, RICHARD1) was born 1842 in England, and died 1900 in Wolcott Wayne Co. NY.  She married FRANKLIN M./FRANCIS NICHOLS, son of (FNU) NICHOLS and MELISSA HOTAILING.  He was born 1836 in NY, and died January 12, 1909.

 

More about MARY ANN WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Glenside Cemetery Wolcott Wayne Co. NY

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Intestinal Catarrhal

 

Notes for FRANKLIN M./FRANCIS NICHOLS:

Francis' mother Melissa Hotailing is listed as living in his household in the 1880 Butler, Wayne Co. NY census.

 

OSWEGO DAILY TIMES FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 15, 1909, page 10, column 1

FRANKLIN M. NICHOLS.

     Wolcott. Jan. 13, - Franklin M. Nichols died in the Hospital of the Good Shepherd at Syracuse January 12, where he had been a patient since Friday of last week with pneumonia. He was seventy-two years of age.  Mr. Nichols resided in Wolcott for many years. He was a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellows lodges here and was also a member of the Keeslar Post, G. A. R. of Wolcott. He served in the Civil War for about three years being a private of the 111th Regiment. He was a carpenter and builder and had much to do with the building of this village.  He leaves a son, Charles Nichols, a prominent contractor, who resides in Webster, N. Y.

 

More About FRANKLIN M./FRANCIS NICHOLS:

Burial: Glenside Cemetery Wolcott Wayne Co. NY

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Pneumonia

Census: 1880, Butler, Wayne Co. NY

Occupation: 1880, Carpenter

     

Child of MARY WHITEHEAD and FRANKLIN NICHOLS is:

              i.   CHARLIE4 NICHOLS, b. Abt. 1865, NY.

 

 

4.  JANE (JENNIE)3 WHITEHEAD (WILLIAM W.2, RICHARD1) was born May 08, 1844 in Lincolnshire England, and died May 07, 1914 in Wayne Co. NY.  She married (1) CORNELIUS A. MARSH, son of AMOS MARSH and POLLY DEADY.  He was born 1842 in Rose, Wayne Co. NY, and died August 26, 1917 in Rose Wayne Co. NY.  She married (2) WILLIAM LEATON.  He was born in England.

 

Notes for JANE (JENNIE) WHITEHEAD:

THE LYONS REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914, page 8, column 3

INTERESTING ITEMS GATHERED AT ROSE

 

     The death of Mrs. Cornelius A. Marsh occurred Sunday evening, May 7, at about (?).  Mrs. Marsh had been ill of hardening of the arteries for several years and had been in Clifton Springs and Geneva Sanitariums, where she received only temporary relief.  The Monday preceding her death she fell into a coma, from which she never rallied.  She would have been 70 years of age had she lived one day longer.  Mrs. Marsh was born in Lincolnshire, England and came to this country when only 7 years of age with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead.  She was of a bright, energetic disposition and was ready to do more than her part in anything she undertook.  She was twice married.  Her first husband was William Leaton and they resided in St. Louis where their daughter, Mrs. Theron D. Wilson was born.  Her second husband was Cornelius A. Marsh of this town.  They lived in? south of the town, but finally settled in West Rose which they only sold this last spring, moving into the village of Rose their declining years.  The children of this marriage were Mrs. Frank J. Mitchell, William A. and Cornelius A. Marsh, Jr., all of whom with her husband, and other daughter, Mrs. Wilson, survive her.  The funeral services were held from the home Thursday afternoon at 2:30.  Rev. A. B. Wright, pastor of the Baptist church, of which, for many years, she had been a devoted member, officiating.  Interment in Rose cemetery.

 

THE CLYDE TIMES, CLYDE, N. Y., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914, page 6, column 1, "Town of Rose"

     Those from out of town who attended the funeral of Mrs. C. A. Marsh Thursday afternoon, were George and Frank Whitehead, of Mt. Pleasant, Mich; Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and daughter, Bessie, of Webster; Mrs. Ernest E. Converse, Miss Gertrude Whitehead, of Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Galusha Catchpole and Mrs. Sarah Saxton, of Wolcott, and Mr. and Mrs., John VanBuren, of South Butler.

 

THE LYONS REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914, page 8

CALLED TO ROSE FOR MRS. MARSH FUNERAL

Wife of Former Rose Pastor Died

     Rose- George and Frank Whitehead of Mount Pleasant, Mich, brothers of the late Mrs. Cornelius A. Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols, Miss Bessie Nichols, Fred Nichols of Webster; Mrs. Ernest Converse, Syracuse; Garret Marsh and Miss Gertrude Whitehead, Clyde; Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buren, South Butler; Mrs. Sarah Saxton, Mr. and Mrs. Galusha Oathour, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelicutt and Mrs. Louise Deady, Mrs. Elias Taylor and Miss Eliza Taylor, Wolcott; Mrs. Emily Thompson. Alton; Mr. and Mrs. George Deady, Mrs. James Deady of North Rose and four men from Auburn representing the International Harvester Company, where Cornelius A. Marsh, jr., is employed, were among these called here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Marsh last week.

 

 

More about JANE (JENNIE) WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Rose Cemetery Wayne Co. NY

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Hardening of the Arteries

 

Notes for CORNELIUS A. MARSH:

Newspaper Oswego Palladium July-Sept 1917

OSWEGO DAILY PALLADIUM, TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1917, PAGE 3

DIED IN ROSE

     ROSE, August 28 - Cornelius A. Marsh, Sr., who died at his home here on Sunday, will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock.  He was a trustee and prominent member of Rose Baptist church, a veteran of the Civil War, being a member of Company H. Ninth New York Heavy Artillery.  He is survived by his three children, William A. Marsh, Mrs. Irene E. Mitchell and Cornelius A. Marsh, Jr., all of Rose.

 

 

 

More about CORNELIUS A. MARSH:

Burial: August 29, 1917, Rose Cemetery Wayne Co. NY

Census: 1880, Butler, Wayne Co. NY

Church affiliation: Rose Baptist Church

Military service: 1862, Co. H. 9th NY heavy artillery

Occupation: 1880, Farmer

     

Children of JANE WHITEHEAD and CORNELIUS MARSH are:

11.         i.   WILLIAM A.4 MARSH, b. Abt. 1872, NY; d. Aft. 1917.

12.         ii.   IRENE E. MARSH, b. March 29, 1873, Butler Wayne Co. NY; d. December 25, 1941.

             iii.   CORNELIUS A. MARSH, b. 1878, NY; d. 1923.

 

More about CORNELIUS A. MARSH:

Burial: Rose Cemetery, Rose Wayne Co. NY

 

     

Child of JANE WHITEHEAD and WILLIAM LEATON is:

13.        iv.   ALICE E.4 LEATON, b. 1865, St. Louis MO; d. September 1938.

 

 

5.  CHARLES R.3 WHITEHEAD (WILLIAM W.2, RICHARD1) was born 1849 in England, and died December 1906 in Wayne Co. NY.  He married SUSAN GRINER December 31, 1875 in Clyde, Wayne Co. NY, daughter of ANDREW GREINER and ANN PLUMTREE.  She was born December 19, 1855 in Red Hook NJ, and died November 27, 1920 in Wayne Co. NY.

 

Notes for CHARLES R. WHITEHEAD:

THE NEWARK GAZETTE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1906, page 5, column

Macedon.

     Chas. R Whitehead, a Bickford & Huffman employee, died last week.

 

WAYNE COUNTY.JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1906, page 8, column 1

News of the County and Vicinity

DRILL FACTORY EMPLOYEE DIED SUDDENLY MONDAY

Charles Whitehead Met Death in Stockroom Hew Officers at L O.G.T.

     The residents of Macedon were shocked to hear of the sudden death of Charles Whitehead, which occurred Monday morning. Mr. Whitehead had gone to his work, as carpenter on the new building being built by Bickford and Huffman Company.  He went into the stock room to get his tools and falling forward on his face expired before help could be given.  Besides his widow he is survived by five children; Mrs. George Barnes, of Rose, George W., of Chicago; Jennie, Ruth and Gertrude, of Macedon.

 

 

WAYNE COUNTY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1906, page 4

MACEDON

     Last Thursday while the funeral services of Charles Whitehead which were being held at the Baptist church, were about closing the high wind overturned a large tree in front of the church.  The tree fell across the trolley and telephone wire delaying trolley traffic on the west bound track.

     One of the spires from the cupola was also torn off by the wind and stuck through the roof.

     A memorial service was held at the Baptist church Sunday by Macedon and Palmyra Lodges I. O. O. F. in memory Charles R. Whitehead.

 

 

 

More about CHARLES R. WHITEHEAD:

Burial: December 14, 1906, Macedon Cemetery Wayne Co. NY

Census: 1880, Macedon, Wayne Co. NY

Occupation: Carpenter

 

Notes for SUSAN GRINER:

Susan was a widow when she married Charles.

 

Unknown date or page, column 3, "Town of Rose"

     Mrs. Susan Whitehead passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Barnes, Saturday evening, Nov. 27, 1920, at the age of 64 years.  Mrs. Whitehead was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greiner and when a young lady became the wife of Charles Whitehead of Macedon. She was of a happy disposition and had a smile for every one. Though a great sufferer, she never uttered a word of complaint.  She is survived by Mrs. Barnes, with whom she made her home, and a son, George Whitehead of Washington, D. C; also three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Converse of Syracuse, Mrs. Ruth Tyler of Newport News. Va., and Mrs. B. E. Hankinson of Chicago.  The funeral was held at her late home Tuesday at 10 o'clock with burial at Macedon.

 

THE LAKE SHORE NEWS DECEMBER 2, 1920.

     The death of Susan E. Whitehead occurred about six o'clock, Saturday afternoon, Nov. 27, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George A. Barnes, of West Rose. She was 64 years old, the cause of death being heart disease.  She was born in Red Hook, New Jersey, on Dec. 19, 1855, and was a daughter of Andrew and Ann Plumtree Greiner. She married Charles Whitehead, who died about fourteen years ago. The following children survive; Nellie, Mrs. George Barnes, of Rose; George, of Washington, D. C; Jennie, Mrs. Ernest Converse, of Syracuse; Ruth, Mrs. Warren Tyler, of Newport News, Va., and one sister, Mrs. B. E. Hankinson, of Chicago, Ill. The funeral services were held at the home at 10 a. m., Tuesday, Rev. Mr. Phelps, pastor of the Rose Free Methodist church, officiating. Interment was made in Macedon.

 

 

More about SUSAN GRINER:

Burial: Macedon Cemetery Wayne Co. NY

 

More about CHARLES WHITEHEAD and SUSAN GRINER:

Marriage: December 31, 1875, Clyde, Wayne Co. NY

     

Children of CHARLES WHITEHEAD and SUSAN GRINER are:

              i.   HATTIE MAY4 WHITEHEAD, b. Abt. 1876, NY; d. 1883.

 

More About HATTIE MAY WHITEHEAD:

Burial: Macedon Village Cemetery, Wayne Co. NY

 

14.         ii.   NELLIE W. WHITEHEAD, b. 1877, NY; d. July 1941.

             iii.   GEORGE WHITEHEAD, b. Abt. 1880, NY.

15.        iv.   JENNIE ISABELLA WHITEHEAD, b. Abt. 1884; d. June 05, 1934.

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