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Family of Platt TITUS and Austis TITUS

Platt TITUS b. 1784~2864. d. 1833 Feb 284896 at Troy, NY4896.
Austis TITUS


The 1850 death notice2861 for Mary Ann (Titus) Veazie mentions her father "the late Platt Titus of this [Troy, NY]."

Platt's birthyear is estimated from his age at death2864 4896: he died in 1833 at the age of 49. His death notice in the New York (NY) Spectator4896, Wed, Mar 6, 1833, simply states: At Troy, on Thursday evening, Platt Titus, for many years the proprietor of the "Troy House," in the 49th year of his age.

Platt Titus owned and operated2862 the Titus' Troy House (hotel) in Troy, NY, for about 30 years. After his death, Charles Veazie, Benjamin F Joslin and Lydia P Titus, executors, offered it for sale.

In 1923, Mary A (Veazie) Bradt presented a portrait4699 of Platt Titus to the Troy (NY) Savings Bank. Platt Titus was one of the original managers of the bank; the bank was established at a meeting held at the Inn of Platt Titus in the early 1800s.

Platt's wife's name is listed2866 in the cemetery record for daughter Mary Ann (Titus) Veazie.

Children of Platt TITUS and Austis TITUS:

1. Mary Ann TITUS2861 b. 1799 Mar 24~2866 at Lansingburgh, NY2866. d. 1850 Jan 272861 at Troy, NY2861. bd. Oakwood Cem., Troy, NY2866.
md. Charles VEAZIE

2861. Obit - Veazie, Mary Ann (Titus), Jan 29, 1850, Troy (NY) Daily Whig;
2862. Titus, Platt - sale of Titus' Troy House (hotel) by Veazie, Joslin and Titus, executors, Albany (NY) Evening Journal, Mar 1833;
2864. New York (NY) Evening Post, Death Notices from, 1801-1890; Online database., New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002
2866. New York, Troy, Oakwood Cemetery, 1851-1872 Interments,
4699. Bradt, Mary A, presented portrait of g-g-grandfather Platt Titus to Troy Savings Bank, Troy (NY) Times, Oct 5, 1923
4896. Obit - Titus, Platt, New York (NY) Spectator, Mar 6, 1833;