Note N21983 Index
Joseph was a farmer in Northfield (1850-1870) and a butcher in Franklin (1880), New Hampshire.
Note N21985 Index
Jay operated the Emery lumber mill in Andover, New Hampshire.
Note N21990 Index
Fred was a carpenter in Andover, New Hampshire.
Note N21999 Index
James was a farmer in Crystal, Maine. According to the 1910 Census, they had had a total of 14 children, only 10 of whom were living at the time. After he died, Cora moved to Hodgdon.
Note N22009 Index
Before 1910, Anson and Sadie (along with his widowed mother, Angie, and sister, Erma) moved to Riverside, California, where he found work as a foreman at a cement plant. By 1917, they were back in Maine, living in Milo.
In 1918 (when he registered in Milo, Maine, for the World War I Draft), he was working for the U.S. Railroad Administration and the famous Bangor & Aroostook Railroad as a machinist.
Note N22014 Index
Percy was a pharamacist in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Note N22023 Index
In 1930, Freeman worked as a clerk at his brother's drug store in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Note N22028 Index
Elvin was a farmer in Hodgdon and Amity, Maine. He and Della had no children.
Note N22034 Index
Eldred died at the Kettering Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio.
Note N22044 Index
John was a railroad worker in Milo and Bangor, Maine.
Note N22046 Index
Frank was an auto mechanic in Riverside and Los Angeles.
Note N22050 Index
Nathaniel enlisted in the U.S. Army on 24 February 1941 at Belfast, Maine, and served during World War II.
Note N22053 Index
Howard worked as a fireman at the C.B. Cummings lumber mill in Norway for 14 years. He also worked at the Burnham and Morrill plant in South Paris.
Note N22060 Index
John and Charlene divorced after their marriage in 1949, then re-married on 6 June 1957 (Certificate # 3901)..
Note N22063 Index
Charles enlisted in the U.S. Army 24 February 1941 and served in World War II. After the war, he worked for over 30 years at the North Waterford Spool Mill. He had also been a fireman at C.B. Cummings in Norway.
Charles was an avid saxophone player. He had his own band and played at local dances.
Note N22068 Index
Asa young man, Harold worked in the potato fields of Presque Isle, and as a taxi driver in Rumford. He moved to South Paris in 1938 and worked for George Cummings in Norway and at the A.C. Lawrence Plant in Soiuth Paris. He retired from the A.L. Stewart Company. He was a former member of the South Paris Fire Department.