Note N7533 Index
Harry was a railroad engineer. His marriage to Josephine ended in divorce on 10 December 1904 (MICHIGAN DIVORCE RECORDS 1904. Wayne County. Page 259, #26773). The reason given was non-support. About one year later, she married George Switzer of Detroit.
On 26 May 1906, Harry married Laura, who, two months earlier (10 March 1906) had been divorced, because of extreme cruelty, from John F. Shields (MICHIGAN DIVORCE RECORDS 1906. Wayne County. Page 265, #29022).
Note N7536 Index
When Ada and Joel were married, she was a High School Teacher in Underhill, Vermont.
Note N7570 Index
Lyman was a lumberer, a farmer and a respected citizen of Benona. He and his parents had moved there from Wisconsin in 1859. He was the Postmaster at Salmon's Landing near the shore of Lake Michigan.
Note N7573 Index
William was a farmer in Raymond, Maine.
Note N7589 Index
George (whose parents were born in Scotland) was an electrician.
Note N7595 Index
Joseph was a farmer in Carroll, Maine.
Note N7597 Index
Fred was a farmer in Codyville, Maine.
Note N7614 Index
Jacqueline moved to Florida in 1962, and worked as a restaurant waitress for many years.
Note N7622 Index
Clinton was a railroad conductor.
Note N7645 Index
George was a garage mechanic in Los Angeles.
Note N7651 Index
Philo's farm contained a total of 72 acres, most of which was dedicated to growing Baldwin and Golden Russet apples and pears.
Note N7659 Index
Clara was a daughter of Otis and Jane (Cline) Perrin. Otis was a son of Hyde and Sylvia [Scribner] Perrin. So, Clara was not only Albert's wife, she was also a second cousin.
Albert was a farmer in Penfield. After his move to Michigan, he opened a pickle factory in Marshall in 1902, which he operated for many years. He and Clara had no children.
Note N7661 Index
Arthur was a farmer in Webster, New York.
Note N7662 Index
Clarissa never married.
Note N7663 Index
Lodica never married.
Note N7665 Index
John was a farmer in Penfield, New York.