Note N5668 Index
Everett and Florence operated the White Feather Farm on Shaker Road in Gray, Maine. They raised White Plymouth Rock poultry.
Note N5678 Index
Joshua was a farmer.
Note N5682 Index
Isaiah was a harness maker in Bridgton, Maine.
Note N5687 Index
Ambrose was a farmer.
Note N5689 Index
Albert was a farmer in Corinth, Maine.
Note N5691 Index
Edwin was a farmer in Bradford.
Note N5701 Index
Benjamin was a farmer in Brentwood, New Hampshire.
Note N5703 Index
Daniel was a farmer in Norway, Maine.
Note N5705 Index
Edmund, a machinist by trade, was known as the "Commodore" of Norway, because he piloted a steamdriven side-wheeler on Lake Pennessewassee.
Note N5713 Index
Charles did several types of work during his life time. He worked in a grocery store, he was a surveyor, and a plumber. In 1920, he worked as Paymaster for a Portland shipyard. Then, in 1930, he was the manager of a bowling alley. His death was caused by peritonitis and a gastric ulcer.
Note N5714 Index
Confusion exists regarding Daniel and David A., both of whom are reported to be THE ONLY son of Samuel and Mary, as follows:
(1) David is listed as such in the 1850 Census of Lovell (op. cit.) and in EARLY FAMILIES OF NEWFIELD, MAINE (op. cit.), page 27, where it also indicates that he was born in Naples in 1838.
(2) Daniel is listed as such in the record of his death, 7 February 1892, which appears on page 159 of PORTLAND (ME) VITAL RECORDS, DEATHS Vol. 8, 1885-1895 (op. cit.), which also indicates that he was born in Bethel in 1835 (he died at age 57 of pneumonia). He is buried in Eastern Cemetery in Portland (William B. Jordan, Jr., BURIAL RECORDS 1717-1962 OF THE EASTERN CEMETERY, PORTLAND, MAINE [Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1987], 122). Daniel was a lawyer in Portland.
Note N5722 Index
We lose track of Raymond after the 1920 Census.
Note N5733 Index
Ambrose was a blacksmith in Brighton, Maine.
Note N5741 Index
Ellsworth graduated from Casco High School. For many years, he was caretaker at Camp Powhatan (a summer camp for youth) in Otisfield. He played banjo in the Ansel Morton Band, and was a member of the Otisfield Fire Department. His death at a West Paris nursing home followed a long illness. He never married.
Note N5747 Index
In 1880, Nettie (single and in her 20's) was working at the Oxford Woolen Mill and living with her cousin, Julia (Scribner) Wardwell and her husband, Amos. Also living there, and working at the same woolen mill, was Benjamin Flood (also single and also in his 20's).