Alvin S. Whitman
Died: April 6, 1941
Chiefly known for: Alvin was Superintendant of Highways for Harrietstown for 30 years.
Malone Gazzette, August 25, 1893
WHITMAN-KING.—In Bloomingdale, N. Y., on Thursday, Aug. 17, 1893, by Rev Father Waters, Allie Whitman, of Harrietstown, N Y , and Miss Maggie King, daughter of Philemon King, of Brighton, N. Y.
Annual report, Voulume 1, by New York (State) Dept. of Agriculture, 1906
Farms for Sale Town of Harrietstown
No. 749—Farm of 214 acres, 2 1/2 miles from Paul Smith Station, Harrietstown postoffice 40 rods. Loamy soil, adapted to general farming. 100 acres meadow. Well eatered and fenced. Large 1 1/2 story house, in good repair. 3 large barns and numerous other outbuildings, all in good condition. Price $8,000. Address A. S. Whitman, Harrietstown.
In 1920 he was still a farmer on Harrietstown Road.
The Adirondack Record, November 11, 1921
Plattsburgh Daily Press, April 9, 1941
SARANAC LAKE — Alvin S. Whitman, 70, for 30 years superintendent of highways for the town of Harrietstown, died Sunday at Saranac Lake General hospital after illness of two months. His survivors include a son, Lieut. George K. Whitman, Fort McClellan, Ala., a daughter, Mrs. Frank Pendor, Schroon Lake, and a sister, Mrs. Charles Martin of Saranac Lake.