Note N12509 Index
Charles was a station agent for the Maine Central Railroad Company.
Note N12521 Index
James worked on the railroad.
Note N12525 Index
Walter was a locomotive engineer in Laramie (1910) and Cheyenne (1930), Wyoming.
Note N12533 Index
William was a farmer in Harrison, Maine.
Note N12538 Index
In 1930, Ralph was employed as a clerk in a Harrison, Maine, grocery store.
Note N12545 Index
Jesse was a farmer in Buxton, Maine.
Note N12562 Index
Benjamin was a farmer in Webster, New York.
Note N12588 Index
Charles was a farmer in Webster, New Hampshire. He was 68 years old and Hannah was 22, when they married (his first and only marriage) in 1903.
Note N12591 Index
Leslie worked as a machinist. In 1910, they werre living with Etta's parents in Concord, New Hampshire. He was working at a railroad shop. In 1917 (when he registered for the World War I Draft), they lived in Lowell, Massachusetts. He worked for the International Steel Company in Lowell.
Leslie and Etta divorced between 1917 and 1920. By 1920, she had married Arthur A. Bailey, with whom she and her sons, Donald and Walter (who were later adopted by Mr. Bailey), were living in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Lesle was still in Lowell in 1920, single and working at a machine shop.
Leslie re-married sometime between 1920 and 1942. In 1942, he registered for the World War II Draft in Paterson, New Jersey, where he was living with his second wife, Doris, and working at the John F. Masterson Manfacturing Comapny.
Note N12595 Index
Lena died from Bright's Disease, during pregnancy.
Note N12598 Index
Fred was a painter in Eustis, Maine. For a few years in the 1890's, he worked in a woolen mill in Madison, Maine.
Note N12606 Index
Roy was a School Superintendent in several Maine towns, among them Machias and Eustis.
Note N12610 Index
Neil was a U.S. Customs official. He also was a buyer of raw furs.
During World War I, he served from 16 December 1914 to 20 February 1919, as a Private First Class, Co. L, Second Infantry, Maine National Guard, assigned to the Army's 103rd Infantry. He saw action in France, and was wounded 30 July 1918. Neal was awarded the French Croix de Guerre.
Note N12614 Index
George, who often went by his middle name, "Sumner," was a farmer in Avon, Maine.
Note N12632 Index
Edna was the adopted daughter of William and Malinda Gatherer.