Note N9057 Index
Alfred was a farmer in Mechanic Falls, Maine. He died from cancer.
Note N9059 Index
Sherman was a roadworker in Maine. Sometime between 1920 and 1930, he and Sadie moved to Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. where he worked in a shoe factory. They had no children.
Note N9060 Index
It appears that Gertrude's marriage to Willard was short-lived. As early as 1900, he is found living in Tisbury on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts (T623, Roll 639, E.D. 244, Page 217B). He then moved on to Westborough in Worcester County, Massachusetts, re-married in 1906, and worked at Westborough State Hospital as a storekeeper. His second wife, Georgianna, was from Canada. By 1930, they were living in Northborough, where he ran a store (T626, Roll 965, E.D. 14-243, Page 77B).
Note N9070 Index
Colby was a farmer.
Note N9072 Index
Ken was a self-employed carpenter.
Note N9079 Index
Charles, who never married, worked with his father in the clothing store. After his father died, he worked as a salesman in a Portland department store.
Note N9080 Index
Grace never married.
Note N9081 Index
John never married.
Note N9082 Index
Randall enlisted in Co. H, 1st Maine Infantry Regiment on 3 May 1861, for a three-month enlistment. He was mustered out 5 August 1861 in Portland.
The 779 men of the 1st Maine (most of whom were members of highly esteemed organizations in the state militia before entering the service of the United States) did not leave the state until 1 June; their departure was delayed because of illness. When they reached Washington, they were assigned to guard duty, protecting the capitol until August 1, when their term of service expired.
On 29 August 1862, he enlisted as a Sergeant in Co. D of the famous 20th Maine Infantry Regiment. During the next two years, he saw a considerable amount of action as a member of that unit, including the 20th Maine's valiant stand at Little Round Top at Gettysburg in July of 1863. He was mortally wounded during the gallant charge at Peebles' farm on 30 September 1864. He died from those wounds on 15 October 1864.
Note N9084 Index
Frances graduated from Bliss Business College, and never married. She was employed with the Departments of Public Health in Toronto, Canada, and Albany, New York. She died at a nursing home in Portland, Maine.
Note N9087 Index
William was a farmer in Paris, Maine.
Note N9091 Index
Charles was a painter in Hingham, Massachusetts.
Note N9092 Index
Hosea was a blacksmith in Hingham, Massachusetts.
Note N9094 Index
Charles was a foreman in a shoe factory.