Note N19958 Index
George was a farmworker in Sutton and Wilmot, New Hampshire. He and Emma divorced sometime prior to 1900.
Note N19968 Index
John was a brickmason. They lived in Charlestown, Massachusetts, in 1850, then were living in Wilton, Maine, in 1860 and 1870. By 1880, they had returned to Massachusetts and the City of Everett.
Note N19969 Index
James was a merchant in Lynn, Massachusetts. As did so many others in his family, he and Sarah moved to Wilton, Maine, prior to 1860. There, he worked a farm (1860, then worked as a huckster (1870), Then, they moved to Lynn, Massachusetts, where he died in 1873.
Note N19971 Index
Alice died from liver cancer.
Note N19972 Index
William farmed in Wilton, Maine, for several years, and later, in Charlestown, Massachusetts, went into the business of making razor straps. By 1880, they'd moved into Boston, where he worked in a store. He died from pneumonia.
Note N19973 Index
David had charge of brush making operations near Boston until 1842, when he and Nancy moved to New Sharon, Maine, where he was a farmer. In 1868, they moved to the small town of Poland, in Androscoggin County, Maine, where they lived the rest of their lives.
Note N19976 Index
John was a printer in Charlestown, Massachusetts (1850, 1880), and a farmer in Wilton, Maine (1860). He is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Boston.
Note N19981 Index
On 13 October 1862, Henry enlisted in Co. K, 28th Maine Infantry, and was discharged 31 Aug 1863, at the conclusion of his first enlistment. He re-enlisted 22 August 1864 in Co. M, 4th Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, and served until being mustered out on 17 June 1865 at Washington, DC (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Ancestry.com).
Among the trades at which he worked were meat-cutter, farmer and expressman.
Note N19982 Index
In the Record of Marriage between David and Rachel, his address is given as Groton. Groton is a small town in northern Middlesex County, Massachusetts. They were living in Charlestown (his birthplace) in 1870. His occupation at the time was "engineer." In later years, after moving from Massachsetts to Vermont about 1874, he became a farmer in the Windsor County, Vermont, towns of Woodstock (1880) and Hartland (1900).
Note N19983 Index
Lena was a nurse. In 1870, she was living with brother Henry in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
We don't find her listed in all subsequent Censuses; however, she is listed in the Lewiston and Auburn, Maine, City Directories from 1891 through 1928. In 1930, she is shown as a resident of The Old Ladies' Home in Auburn (Census: T626, Roll 827, E.D. 1-6, Page 106A).
Note N19986 Index
John was a Civil War soldier in Co. H, 29th Massachusetts Infantry, enlisting on 19 November 1861 as a Private, for 3 years. He rose quickly in rank, being promoted to Full Corporal on 3 August 1862, and Full Sergeant on 15 March 1863. He re-enlisted in Co. H on 1 January 1864. Among the several battles in which the 29th Massachusetts took part were Fair Oaks, Virginia; Antietam, Maryland; Knoxville, Tennessee; Cold Harbor and Petersburg, Virginia. It was during a charge on 17 June 1864 at Petersburg that John was severely wounded, losing his left arm. Because of his wounds, he was discharged on 25 August 1864 (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Ancestry.com).
After the War and for the rest of his working years, John worked as an Inspector at Customs Houses in Chelsea (1870, 1880) and Malden (1900, 1910), Massachusetts.