Note N22887 Index
Frank was a farmer in Union Township, Des Moines County, Iowa (1900). By 1910, they were living in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was employed as an architect with the Union Pacific Railroad.
Note N22890 Index
From the 1900-1930 Censuses, it appears that, after 1900, Carrie studied in Chicago and became an osteopathic physician. In 1910, she was in practice in Chicago. Sometime after 1910, she re-married. Her second husband was John G. Anderson. They moved out to Los Angeles befoe 1920. He was a claims adjuster for a wholesale dry goods concern. Carrie continued her osteopathic practice in Los Angeles. Before 1930, Mr. Anderson died, or he and Carrie were divorced, because, in 1930, she has taken back her name as Carrie Parenteau. The California Death Index lists her as Carrie Parsons Parenteau.
Note N22892 Index
In 1900, Ada was living in Chicago with her brother, Edward, and her sister, Carrie, and Carrie's children. That year, she was teaching school in Chicago. By 1910, she had moved out to Long Beach, California, where she contnued as a schoolteacher (Census: T624, Roll 85, E.D. 42, Page 156A).
Note N22894 Index
Prentice was a bookkeeper. The places he and his family lived were St. Louis, Missouri; Louisville, Kentucky; Chicago, Illinois; and Greenwood, Mississippi. In Greenwood, he was employed by the Elliot & Dudley Cotton Company.
Note N22898 Index
Chester was a latter carrier in Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa. He never married.
Note N22899 Index
Olive was a schoolteacher in Ottumwa, Wapello County, Iowa. She never married.
Note N22907 Index
Edward was a medical doctor. They lived in Toolesboro, Iowa (1860), Terre Haute, Illinois (1870), and Pleasant Grove, Iowa (1880-).
Note N22919 Index
It appears that Weare and Clarice separated before 1910, and she (with son Eugen) moved to San Francisco, where they were living in 1910 with her sister, Ellen, and Ellen's husband, William Grimes (Census: T624, Roll 100, E.D. 222, Page 75A).
Sometime after 1910, Weare married Adelaide who, it seems, had been married twice before; first, to a Mr. Dutton, and second, to a Mr. Miller. See the 1920 Census of Cleveland, T625, Roll 1371, E.D. 462, Page 55B, for the names of her two sons by those previous marriages.
Note N22920 Index
Sophia was a public school teacher in Nashville.
Note N22926 Index
Ethel was a music teacher in Omaha, Nebraska.
Note N22932 Index
Charles worked as a bookkeeperfor a railroad company in Burlington, Iowa, and La Grange Park (a suburb of Chicago), Illinois.
Note N22934 Index
Walter worked for his father as a clerk in the dry goods store in Burlington, Iowa. After the store burned, he moved to Chicago, where he eventually had his own dry goods store.
Note N22936 Index
George was working as an electrician in La Grange, Illinois at the time of the 1900 Census. By 1910, he had changed jobs and was a salesman. They moved out to Whittier, California before 1920. That year, he worked as a watchman at a ranch. In 1930's Census, he is listed as a clerk in a department store in Whittier.