Note N7358 Index
Howard was a farmer in Bradford, Maine.
Note N7366 Index
Teresa was adopted by Delmar and Vera. Her marriage to Michael Walstead ended in divorce.
Note N7367 Index
Edward was a railroad conductor for the Grand Trunk Railway. In the 1900 Census of Bethel [op.cit.], Edward is incorrectly named as Edward N. ROBINSON.
Note N7370 Index
Dr. Robertson graduated from the University of Maine in Orono, and the Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine in Philadephia. He was a veteran of World War II. Beginning in 1947, he practiced in the Ford City and Kittanning (Armstrong County) area of Pennsylvania, and was in charge of the Emergency Room of Armstrong County Memorial Hospital.
He and Gloria had three children, Scott V., Carol Ann and Frances.
Note N7372 Index
Dennis' birth name was Ignace Vachon, which he changed to Dennis Vashaw when he moved to the United States. Apparently, this was a common practice amongst French Canadian workers hoping to improve their chances of getting a job and keeping it.
He died in Saint Louis Hospital during the terrible influenza epidemic of 1918. About 20 others died of the same cause that same day in that hospital in Berlin, New Hampshire.
Note N7375 Index
Eloyse was the adopted daughter of Thomas and Sadie.
Note N7376 Index
Libby taught school in Bethel, Maine, for 31 years. At the time of her death, she was in the process of writing a history of West Bethel.
Note N7377 Index
Roland was a machinist.
Note N7378 Index
George was a farmer in Bethel, Maine.
Note N7382 Index
John was a farmer. They lived in Crow Wing County, Minnesota, then moved (before 1910) to Lansing Township, Brown County, South Dakota.
Note N7386 Index
Louise was a schoolteacher in Maine. She retired in June 2005.
Note N7390 Index
John was a farmer in Lincoln, Maine.
Note N7392 Index
Dick worked for the U.S. Customs Service. For several years, they lived in Bermuda. Upon his retirement, they moved to Florida.
Note N7393 Index
Alton operated a general store in Topsfield, Maine, into the 1920's. They left Maine and moved to Gardner, Worcester County, Massachusetts, where, in 1930, Alton and Elvira were working as Supervisors at the Gardner State Colony for Insane. The children were living in Gardner with the Percy Klickey family (T626, Roll 963, E.D. 14-189, Page 187B; E.D. 14-199, Page 76B).
Note N7405 Index
Joan's first marriage was to Lawrence E. Cobb of Lee, 13 March 1946. They had two sons, Larry and Jeff.