Note N3613 Index
Woodbury was an automobile mechanic.
Note N3618 Index
After Edgar died, Dora and her three daughters, Carolyn [b. July 1869], Jennie [b. Aug 1876] and Lucille [b. Dec 1879], lived in Boston for a few years while the daughters were in school. Lucille married George Barnes and lived in Oklahoma City. Dora lived with them for several years.
Note N3622 Index
Nathaniel was a farmer in Unity, Maine.
Note N3624 Index
Earl was a house painter in Illinois. After moving to Amite County, Mississippi (where they lived with daughter Clara Mae and her husband, John), he was in farming.
Note N3628 Index
John was a farmer in the small (pop. 300) town of Pace in Bolivar County, Mississippi.
Clara was the adopted daughter of Earl and Annie Scribner. Veta Lindsey, author of WILLIAM HATTON AND DESCENDANTS OF MICHAEL CATT AND MATILDA (HATTON) CATT [op. cit.], states on page 109 that Clara was born in Hancock County, Indiana. In the 1900 Census of East Oakland Twp., Coles County, Illinois, her birthplace is given as Illinois. In the 1920 Census of Pace, MS (where Clara and her husband, John, were living) she states that she was born in Oakland, IL.
Note N3629 Index
John was a farmer in Amite and Bolivar Counties, Mississippi.
Note N3630 Index
Alexander and Emily immigrated to America from Ontario, Canada, in 1887, lived in Chicago for a few years, then returned to Ontario before 1911.
Note N3632 Index
John enlisted in the U.S. Army on 17 June 1941 at Camp Shelby, Mississippi.
Note N3637 Index
William was a sewing machine salesman in Indianapolis.
Note N3645 Index
Guy was a laborer. Mary took in people's laundry to do at home.
Note N3646 Index
Grover was a farm laborer.
Note N3744 Index
Cassius was a farmer in Stowe, Vermont.
Note N3747 Index
Fred was a well-known businessman in Portland, Maine, dealing in real estate, insurance and investments.
Note N3750 Index
Alfred was a real estate broker in Fitchburg, Massachusetts.
Note N3752 Index
Dow had a grocery store, at 533 Cottage Street in Portland, ME.
Note N3760 Index
Barbara lived her entire life in Maine's largest city. Fred died unexpectedly on the morning of 5 January 1994, the day of Barbara's funeral.
Fred was a prominent Portland lawyer for 61 years, a leader in the Republican Party (both at the State and National levels), a Trustee or Director on the governing boards of numerous religious and civic organizations and, from 1957 to 1961, Under Secretary of the United States Treasury under President Dwight D. Eisenhower. In this latter position, he was responsible for the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Coast Guard. Fred was a founding partner, along with William J. Casey (formerly of the CIA) of the Washington, DC, law firm of Scribner, Hall & Casey. He held honorary degrees from several colleges, including Dartmouth, Colby, Bowdoin and the University of Maine. His earned degrees were from Dartmouth (1930) and Harvard Law School (1933). He was also a 33rd Degree Mason, 60-year member of the Kiwanis Club, and Chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine.