Note N11175 Index
Fred was a farmer in Littleton, New Hampshire.
Note N11187 Index
Lincoln was a farmer in Buckfield and Oxford, Maine. He and Cora divorced sometime before 1900. In 1900, Lincoln was living in Greenwood, Maine, with Annie L. Parker, whom he later married.
One of Annie's daughters, Lena, married Alby Grover, son of Simon and Catherine M. (Hapgood) Grover.
Note N11190 Index
John was a farmer in Stratford, New Hampshire.
Note N11197 Index
For many years, Rebecca worked as a chambermaid in New Hampshire, South Carolina, Michigan, California, Nevada and Arizona.
Note N11198 Index
In 1930, William was working for the City of Springfield, as a steam fitter (1930 Census of Springfield: T626, Roll 911, E.D. 7-87, Page 284A). Living with them was a cousin, Hersey Saunders.
Note N11202 Index
Richard and brother Robert enlisted in the U.S. Army on 9 June 1943 and served in World War II.
Note N11203 Index
Robert and his brother Richard enlisted in the U.S. Army on 9 July 1943 and served in World War II.
Robert and Margaret divorced about 1948.
Note N11211 Index
Howard worked in a Norway shoe factory.
Note N11213 Index
Jerry served in the U.S. Army during World War II. After the war, he became a mail-carrier with the U.S. Postal Service, a position he held for 30 years.
Note N11216 Index
Albert was a mechanic.
Note N11222 Index
Milford was a millworker in Albany and Bethel, Maine.
Note N11259 Index
Gloria worked at Great Oaks Camp in Otisfield for many years. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Bridgton.
Note N11261 Index
William was a house painter in Caribou, Waterville and Bath, Maine.
Note N11262 Index
Charles was deferred from military service because of a lame leg, caused by food poisoning. In 1930, he was working as a motor engineer for a railroad in Fairfield, Maine.
Note N11264 Index
By 1930, Florence and Francis had divorced. That year, she was employed as a cook for the family of Alexander Gordon, a banker in Portland, Maine (1930 Census of Portland: T626, Roll 831, E.D. 3-53).
Note N11280 Index
In 1910, Tena was working as a waitress in a boarding house in Rumford, Maine.