Note N3547 Index
Andrew served in the Revolutionary War, as a member of Capt. Elias Wild's Company in Vermont.
Note N3549 Index
Joseph was a millwright, like his father.
Note N3550 Index
Robert was a millwright.
Note N3552 Index
In 1920, Maurice, Helen and family were living in Holbrook, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, where he was employed as a night watchman for a shoe factory. By 1930, Maurice and Helen had moved back to Maine and were living in Augusta, where they had a farm (NARA Microcopy T626, Roll 833, E.D. 6-7, Page 127A).
Note N3556 Index
During the Civil War, Charles served as a Private in Co. G, 14th Maine Infantry Regiment. He is buried in the Marietta and Atlanta National Cemetery, Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia.
Note N3561 Index
Robert was a millworker.
Note N3568 Index
In the 1920 Census of Washington DC, we find Lottie there, working as a Clerk for a Bureau within the War Department (T625, Roll 213, E.D. 326, Page 230B).
Note N3569 Index
A Samuel E. Scribner served in the Civil War as a Private in Co. B of the 5th Maine Infantry Regiment. When he enlisted, on 24 June 1861 at the age of 20, his home address was Biddeford, Maine. He served until 15 January 1864, then deserted.
We next find Samuel in 1880 in Lima, Pepin County, Wisconsin, where he was a farmer. By then, he had married Maria ???, and they had three children.
Note N3570 Index
Lillian was crippled with, and died from, diabetes complicated by pneumonia.
Note N3575 Index
Joseph, who was always called "Joe Ivory," was a farmer and timberman in Waterborough, Maine, and was considered a "good oxen man."
Note N3600 Index
Horace was a farmer in New Sharon, Franklin County, Maine (1830-1850). In 1860, he was living in the nearby town of Farmington, with his second wife, Susan, and son, Charles. At that time, Horace was employed as a meat-cutter. By 1870, he'd returned to New Hamphire.
Note N3601 Index
In 1860, Polly and Arletta were living in St. Anthony, Minnesota, with Albina and her family. By 1870, they had returned to Massachusetts.
Note N3606 Index
Hiram served in the Civil War, as a member of Co. B, 10th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers.
Note N3607 Index
Henry died when he was accidentally thrown from a wagon.
Note N3609 Index
Roswell served in the Civil War as a Private in Co. C, 17th Vermont Infantry Regiment. He enlisted 25 January 1864 and was mustered out on 18 July 1865. Among the battles his unit was engaged in were Wilderness, Spotsylvania Courthouse, Cold Harbor and Petersburg.
He worked at different times as a carpenter, wheelwright, blacksmith and farmer. In 1920, he and Alice (both 70 years of age) were living near Walter in McHenry, Illinois.