Note N21233 Index
Henry was a lumber dealer and farmer in Andover, New Hampshire.
Note N21238 Index
Nason was an optician in Bristol, New Hampshire.
Note N21240 Index
Elmer owned a grocery store in Franklin, New Hampshire.
Note N21247 Index
John was a physician in Pawlet, Vermont.
Note N21252 Index
Herman was a busienessman in Pawlet, Vermont. In 1900, he was a slate manufacturer. By 1910, he became the owner of a dairy farm.
Note N21254 Index
Stephen was employed as a timber cruiser for the Chicago Milwaukee Land Company in Olympia, Washington. He attended Washington State College. He was married and divorced between 1910-1920.
Note N21256 Index
Frank was a machinery salesman in Olympia, Washington.
Note N21257 Index
In 1920, Gladys was a newspaper reporter in Olympia, Washington.
Note N21258 Index
In 1920, John worked as a clerk in the Washington State Attorney General's office.
Note N21262 Index
John worked as a surveyor.
Note N21263 Index
Fred worked on a dairy farm.
Note N21265 Index
Stephen was a carpenter and farmer in South Hampton, New Hampshire.
Note N21266 Index
On 3 September 1862, George enlisted as a Private in Co. C, 6th New Hampshire Infantry. He was granted a disability discharge (the result of severe sun stroke)on 14 January 1863 at Baltimore, Maryland.
After returning to New Hampshire, he worked on a farm ion South Hampton until, in the early 1870's, he and his growing family moved west to Iowa. There, he worked as a teamster and stage coach driver.
In his notes about George in his ONEWORLDTREE submission, grandson John Prescott Johnson states that "while driving stage coach [George] sang, tenor. Once a singer from a national opera company was on the box with him while he sang, and remarked he had reached notes few can."
George and Elizabeth are buried in the southwest corner of the Methodist cemetery in Melrose, Monroe County, Iowa.
Note N21271 Index
Sanders, his parents (Henderson and Lucy) and family, moved from Owen County, Indiana, to Monroe County, Iowa, sometime between 1860-1870. After their marriage, Sanders and Emma lived for a short time in Milledgeville, Appanoose County (where he worked a farm), until moving west to Republic County, Kansas, where they lived for the rest of their lives. Sanders was a farmer.
Note N21276 Index
Eddie was a farmworker in Geneva, Nebraska (1900). In later years, he farmed in Twin Falls, Idaho (1910, 1920), and Fruitdale, Oregon (1930).