Note N20447 Index
Hugh worked for the Rood Candy Company and, later, as the credit man at Ridenour-Baker Mercantile Company in Pueblo, Colorado. He died of cancer.
Note N20448 Index
Allen was a farmer in Horatio, Sevier County, Arkansas.
Note N20450 Index
Clyde was a career officer in the U.S. Marines, retiring at the rank of Lt. Colonel.. After he and Lochie were married, they were stationed in Guam, but were back in the States by 1920. That year, he was stationed at Quantico, Virginia. During World War II, he fought in the Pacific campaign.
Clyde wrote a book about the Marine Corps, titled A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, published by G. P. Putnam's Sons in 1939.
Clyde is buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Note N20451 Index
Roy was a geologist with an oil company in Bartlesville, Oklahoma (1920) and Fort Worth, Texas (1930). He graduated from the University of Arkansas, and served as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army during World War I.
Note N20453 Index
Luther was a farmer in Greenville, Illinois.
Note N20454 Index
A resident of Greenville, Illinois, Edwin worked at a grovery store (1910), and a glove factory (1920).
Note N20455 Index
After 1900, John (with daughters Esther and Sybil) moved to Los Angeles, California, where, in 1907, he married Mollie A. (Walden) Warrell. John worked for the Los Angeles Street Railway. By 1930, he and Mollie had moved to Bloomimgton Township in San Bernadino County.
Note N20464 Index
Edgar was an Assistant Manager at an automobile factory in Chicago (1910). In 1920, they were living in West Allis, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, where he was an accountant in a machine shop.
In 1930, living in Loma Linda, San Bernadino County, California, he owned a service station.
Note N20465 Index
John woked for the John Deere Company in Kansas City, Missouri.
Note N20466 Index
Irene worked as a telephone operator at the City Hall, Kansas City, Missouri.
Note N20468 Index
Charles was employed by a railroad company in Kansas City, Missouri.
Note N20469 Index
Harry was a clerk at a motor supply firm in Kansas City, Missouri.
Note N20476 Index
Howard was a Public Accountant in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Note N20477 Index
In 1930, Roy was living in Milwaukie, Clackamas County, Oregon, working as a job press printer (1930 Census: T626, Roll 1940, E.D. 3-56, Page 268B).
Note N20492 Index
Douglas was the adopted son of Jerry and Anna Metcalf. His birth-father was born in Washington. His birth- mother was born in Kansas.