Note N7989 Index
Clinton worked for the Pacific Gas & Electric Company in Fresno.
Note N7990 Index
Leslie worked for a natural gas company as a compressor operator and repairman.
Note N7993 Index
Harold served in the U.S. Air Force, attaining the rank of Lt. Colonel. During World War II, he flew a Thunderbolt combat plane, as a Major in the 63rd Fighter Squadron, 56th Fighter Group, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and Air Medal.
Note N7998 Index
Eunice and Alfred were soon divorced, in 1944.
Note N7999 Index
Theodore was a purchasing agent.
Note N8027 Index
Weston was a shoemaker.
Note N8029 Index
Hacker was born Isaiah Hacker Davis, the name given him by his parents. However, it appears that, after the 1860 Census, most likely when he joined the Army, he chose to thereafter be known as Hacker Davis. He enlisted on 14 April 1864, to serve in the Civil War as a soldier in Co. I, 31st Maine Infantry Regiment. He was wounded 17 May 1864 at Spottsylvania Court House, Virginia, and was discharged 20 March 1865.
After their marriage, Hacker and Anna lived with her son, Otis Robertson. They were in Pawtucket, Rhode Island for a few years, then moved to Pasadena, California. In 1930, he was registered at the National Military Home in Los Angeles, but was living in Pasadena with Otis and Lorena (NARA Microcopy T626, Roll 168, E.D. 19-1232, Page 216A).
Note N8032 Index
Harry and his parents lived in Allentown, Pennsylvania, after emigrating to the United States. In 1890, he moved to Johnstown and worked for a time in a steel mill there. One payday, he told his brothers, "I am not going to spend my life in the Johnstown steel mills. The world is mine. There is much to see and do." And with that he waved good-bye, boarded a train and headed west to California. He and his first wife, Etolia, were divorced 4 April, 1913, in Solano County, California (Thomas Holme, "Ancestors of Thomas Ross Holme Back to Adam and Eve" [op.cit.].
Note N8045 Index
George was a farmer in Tutner, Maine. He, Anna and Eva moved there from Auburn after 1870.
Note N8052 Index
Ronald served in the U.S. Air Force.
Note N8054 Index
Wilbur worked in a spool and novelty mill in Bethel, Maine.
Note N8056 Index
Absolom was a farmer.
Note N8060 Index
James graduated from Lisbon High School in 1959, then served in the U.S. Navy as a communication technician. For 20 years, he was employed aa a supervisor at Carlton Woolen Mills. For 5 years, he worked for Pioneer Plastics and, at the time of his death, was employed at WCBB, a Public Television outlet in Lewiston. His is remembered as a man with a "friendly and open demeanor," one who was loyal and dedicated to his work (a very typical Mainer trait). James never married, but, for more than 23 years, his companion and best friend was Rachel Mongeau of Auburn.