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George was a watchmaker in Boston.
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John was a brickmason.
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After John's death, Leona relocated to Boston. For a number of years, she supported herself as a seamstress. She spent her last years living at the Home for Aged Women on Revere Street in Boston.
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Warren was a brickmason in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
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George was the Sales Manager for a lime manufacturer in Boston.
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James was a tinsmith in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
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In the Record of Marriage between David and Rachel, her birthplace is recorded as Woodstock, Vermont.
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Samuel was a shoemaker in Auburn, Maine.
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Augusta never re-married. She lived in Boston, where she worked for a few years as a housekeeper for a private family, then, by 1880, she was operating her own boarding house. In 1900, she was living in Boston with the John Hansen family. He and his wife were both from Sweden. He was a watchmaker (Census: T623, Roll 684, E.D. 1407, Page 243A&B).
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Ebenezer enlisted 23 May 1861 as a Private in Co. G, 1st Massachusetts Infantry. That unit, among several others, left directly for Washington, DC., apparently with very little training. Its first action was at Blackburn's Ford, outside of Manassas, Virginia. That skirmish on 18 July 1861 was the preliminary engagement of the greater Battle of Bull Run, which took place three days later on 21 July. The Union Army lost 19 good men on 18 July, among them young Ebenezer Field (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Ancestry.com).
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Jesse held many responsible positions in the leather industry.
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Charles lived an industrious life, the story of which is told in A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE HARWOOD FAMILIES [op.cit.], pages 95-96.
He went into business for himself at age 18. The first year, he did a business of $10,000 (Remember that, in the mid-1800's, that was an astonishing amount of money). Within 12 years, he was doing an annual business of about $400,000, and, in 1908, he did over 1 million dollars in business His specialty was maunfacturing stiffenings for hand-sewed works, Goodyear inner soles, taps and moulded counters for men's, women's and children's shoes. His business was considered to be one of the most extensive in the country.
Charles was on the Boards of Directors of several corporations and banks in the Lynn area. In 1893, he was elected Mayor of Lynn, and served for a number of years.
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Walter was a machinist.
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Charles was an engineer for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad.