Note N17862 Index
Fred operated a mill elevator in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Note N17867 Index
Walter was a firefighter for the Somerville Fire Department.
Note N17883 Index
According to Jay Norwalk, Orrine was born Clarissa Adams Sawyer, daughter of Orrin Leroy Sawyer, and was adopted by Harvey and Gauvetta 14 Feb 1911 (DESCENDANTS OF BETFIELD SAWYER OF HILL, NH [op.cit.], 132).
Note N17890 Index
William was a stenographerfor the "Boston Post" newspaper.
Note N17906 Index
Norman was a machinist. He retired from the Paris Gladding Company in 1972.
Note N17908 Index
Atwood was a schoolteacher in New Hampton, New Hampshire.
Note N17912 Index
John was a farmer in Newport, New Hampshire. In 1910, John, Ethel and Rena were living with Otho and Clara in Corinth, Vermont. John and family returned to Newport, New Hampshire, before 1920.
Ethel had been married prior to her marriage to John. Her first husband was named Dickinson.
Note N17913 Index
Herman worked as the Coachman and Caretaker for Mrs. Lizzie Richards in Newport, New Hampshire. In 1930, he was working as a watchman at a woolen mill there.
Note N17917 Index
George was a plumber, working at a hardware store in Newport, New Hampshire.
Note N17919 Index
John was a hoop coiler at the W. Rumsey Co. Mill in Romeo, Michigan.
Note N17931 Index
Claud died of consumption (tuberculosis). He had lived with his parents until they died in 1907. After they died, Claud went to the Michigan State Hospital in Eloise, where he spent his last months. Eloise Hospital was a TB sanitarium at the time, however, in later years, it was a psychiatric hospital.
Note N17932 Index
Wilfred was an electrician in Detroit, Michigan.
Note N17935 Index
Samuel (who was better known as "Craft") served in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting at Boston on 4 August 1941. After the war, he became a policeman, and later was became the Chief of Police in Lynn, Massachusetts. One of the more exciting events in his career was when the infamous Boston Strangler, William DeSalvo, was arrested in a clothing store at the town square in Lynn. However, since the arrest was being made by the State Police, and Samuel was a city (local) policeman, he wasn't allowed in the store when that criminal was taken into custody.
Samuel and Helen divorced in 1949. He re-married after that, but that marriage also ended in divorce.
Note N17936 Index
During World War II, Calvin served in the U.S. Marines, and was awarded at least 3 Purple Hearts for the various wounds he received. Calvin was not one to speak of his combat experiences. mainly because of losing his "best buddy" in a foxhol;e next to him during a battle.
Followqing the war, he worked for a short time at Logan International Airport in Boston, then joined the Massachusetts State Police, where he served until rertirement.
Niece Lynda Hanway recalls that, "when my grandfather and family lived in Swampscott MA, where my mother was born, [President] Calvin Coolidge had a summer home there so my grandmother named her last child after him. Uncle Cal was a wonderful person. All of us nieces and nephews clung to him like molasses. He was the one that always included us in everything he did and always went out of his way to make us feel special. We all miss him so much.... His humor and enthusiasm made everyone, including his doctor during his final days, respect and love him."