Note N20024 Index
Henry was a bookkeeper at a bank in Milton, Massachusetts.
Note N20025 Index
Llewellyn was a dry goods salesman in Milton, Massachusetts.
Note N20026 Index
Charles was the Superintendent at a steel works in Milton, Massachusetts.
Note N20027 Index
In 1930, Walter was working for an office supply company in Boston.
Note N20028 Index
William was a conductor for the Dedham Street Railway. On the Record of his marriage to Edith, his occupation is given as "druggist."
Note N20031 Index
Wallace was a farmer in Canton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. He and Amy had no children.
Note N20032 Index
James was a farmworker (1900) in Hartland, Vermont. In 1920, he was working as a janitor.
He and Minnie divorced before 1900, so their marriage was very short-lived.
Note N20034 Index
Robert worked in a machine shop in Hartland, Vermont.
Note N20036 Index
Nellie worked as a housekeeper for private families in Hartland, Vermont (1920) and in Springfield, Massachusetts (1930). In Springfield, she lived with and worked for the Albert E. Steiger family (Census: T626, Roll 910, E.D. 7-49, Page 46A).
Note N20037 Index
In 1917 (when he registered for the World War I Draft) Lester was living in Wolf Creek Township, Woodbury County, Iowa, working as a farm laborer for W. A. Crawford. However, Lester is not listed with the Crawford family in the 1920 Census.
We have not found any further information about him.
Note N20039 Index
Charles was associated with his father in the leather business, beginning in 1893 as Secretary of the firm. He later became president and treasurer of the Lynn Grease Extracting Company, director of the J.B. Renton Company, and a director of the National City Bank of Lynn.
Note N20042 Index
Arthur was a physician in Lynn, Massachusetts. He and Bertha had no children.
Note N20050 Index
Cassius was in the leather business (buying and selling) in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Note N20051 Index
In 1930, Marcus operated a filling station in Weymouth, Massachusetts.
Note N20055 Index
Walter worked as a projectionist at movie theatres in Boston (1920) and Medford (1930), Massachusetts, showing silent movies and the new "talkies."
Note N20070 Index
Harold was an Optician in Boston.