Note N19560 Index
Comodore was a farmer in Greenville, Illinois.
Note N19567 Index
Bernard was a farmer in South Haven Township, Sumner County, Kansas (1900), Karoma Township, Alfalfa County, Oklahoma (1910), and Logan Township, Garfield County, Oklahoma (1920, 1930).
Note N19571 Index
In 1930, Lucy was living with her brother, Fred, and his children in Claremont, New Hampshire. She wasn't married at the time.
Note N19573 Index
John was a farm worker in Salisbury and Hopkinton, New Hampshire. They had no children.
Note N19574 Index
John was a farmer in Franklin, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He attended Kimball Union Academy in Plainfield, New Hampshire.
Note N19575 Index
Laura lived with her parents until they died. She then moved to Concord, New Hampshire. In 1930, she was employed as housekeeper for an 82-year-old widow, Sarah J. Emmons.
Note N19576 Index
In 1930, Fred (by then divorced from Ethel) was living with his children in Claremont, New Hampshire, where they had lived for several years. He was employed as a lather operator at a machine shop.
Note N19577 Index
Lee was a farm foreman in Webster, New Hampshire. He and Maud had no children.
Note N19585 Index
Newell enlisted 3 December 1862 as a Private in Co. D, 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment. He was wounded 5 May 1864 during the Battle of Wilderness, Virginia, then died of his wounds on 25 July 1864.
Note N19586 Index
Roswell served in the Civil War from his enlistment date, 25 August 1862, to 21 July 1863. He was a Private in Co. B, 13th Vermont Infantry Regiment.
In 1870, he and his father were living in Stockholm, St. Lawrence County, New York, working on a farm there.
Note N19589 Index
Charles was a farmer most of his life. However, in the 1900 Census of Robinson, Kansas [op.cit.], he lists his occupation as "landlord," and his birthplace is said to be Illinois. He and Lucy left Vermont soon after their son, Charles, was born, and moved to Kansas.
Note N19594 Index
James was a mechanic and factory worker in the towns of Brasher (1860), Norfolk, Stockholm (1870) and Raymondville (1880), St. Lawrence County, New York.
Note N19596 Index
Henry was a painter. In 1900, he was living in Robinson, Kansas. He was a widower.
Note N19597 Index
William worked at the Springfield, Massachusetts, Armory as a miller.
After William's death, Alpha operated a rooming house in Springfield for a few years. By 1930, she was living with her son, Harry Greene, in Bridgeport, Connecticut.