Note N20072 Index
In 1917 (when he registered for the World War I Dreft), Francis was working for the Boston Globe newspaper.
Note N20079 Index
In 1920 and thereafter, Fred, Mildred lived in Summit City, Union County, New Jersey. Fred was employed as a machinist at a machine factory (1920 Census: T625, Roll 1072, E.D. 160, Page 243A).
Note N20080 Index
Leonard served with the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting at Syracuse, New York, on 14 November 1942.
Note N20091 Index
Paul had an electrical business in Falmouth, Maine. He retired in 1986 (as did Norma), and they moved to Leisure World in Mesa, Arizona.
Note N20092 Index
In 1930, living in Rockville Center, Nassau County, New York, Frank worked at a Mortgage and Title Company as Assisitant Secretary.
Note N20108 Index
David was the first actual settler in Perrystown (an original name for Sutton), arriving there from Sandown in 1767. He and Rachel had a total of 11 children.
Note N20113 Index
Lucy never married. She lived most of the time in Boston, but, in 1920, she was living with brother Edgar in Wakefield, Massachusetts. She was employed by a Massachusetts State Board, as a Visitor-at-Large. She was named for her maternal grandmother, Lucy (Burrell) Pratt.
Note N20116 Index
Herbert was a house carpenter in Tisbury, Dukes County (Martha's Vineyard), MA.
Note N20117 Index
Edgar was a milk deliveryman, with routes in Everett (1900), Wakefield (1910, 1920, 1930). Apparently, he and Susan separated sometime between 1910 - 1920.
Note N20118 Index
William was a railroad conductor.
Note N20122 Index
In 1900, Leona worked as a librarian in Everett, Massachusetts.
Note N20123 Index
In 1930, Margaret was employed as an Auditor for an insurance company in Medford, Massachusetts.
Note N20124 Index
John worked as a Purchasing Agent for a West Roxbury business. In 1930, he listed his position as Insurance Inspector. Apparently, he and Ethel had no children.
Note N20125 Index
Archie was a traveling salesman for the American Glue Company. By the time he registered for the World War I Draft in 1918, he had already served 2 years in the National Guard.
It appears that Archie and Lillian were not married very long, perhaps 8-9 years. We found Archie in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1930, with his second wife, Mary, whom he married about 1926.
Archie registered for the World War II Draft in Hartford in 1942 (Roll WW2-2281702). At that time, he was employed at the Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine plant in West Hartford.