Note N10449 Index
Eldon is listed as "Elden Smith" in the 1910 - 1930 Censuses. He and Mary divorced between the birth of Ralph (in 1903) and 1910. He moved to Parsonsfield, Maine, where he was a farmer. With him at the time was 7-year-old Ralph. Daughter Gladys (now 17) was living in Wakefield, New Hampshire, with the George H. Gage family.
Note N10451 Index
George worked in a shoe factory in Brockton, Massachusetts.
Note N10452 Index
Bartlett was a railroad engineer.
Note N10459 Index
Burton and Bertha worked at a shoe factory in Hanson, Massachusetts. They had no children.
Note N10478 Index
George served in the Civil War, enlisting 12 January 1864 as a Private in Co. E, 30th Maine Infantry Regiment. The entire regiment was mustered out on 20 August 1865 at Savannah, Georgia. This was another of the Maine units that were sent to fight in Louisiana. They fought in three battles in April of 1864: Sabine Cross Roads on 8 April, Pleasant Hill on 9 April, and Cane River Crossing on 23 April. The unit was then transferred to Virginia, where they stayed until being mustered out. The men arrived in Portland, Maine, on 24 August 1865, and were discharged.
George was a farmer in Otisfield. He died from heart disease.
Note N10481 Index
Charles was a farmer in Otisfield, Maine. Before 1930, they moved to Alfred, Maine, where he worked in a grocery store.
Note N10482 Index
Fred was a day laborer in Otisfield, Maine. He never married.
Note N10487 Index
Thomas was a farmer in Naples, Maine.
Note N10488 Index
David was a carpenter in Westbrook, Maine.
Note N10489 Index
Charles served in the Civil War as a Private in a New Hampshire unit, Co. K of the 11th NH Infantry Regiment. He enlisted on 20 July 1864. His unit took part in the important battles of Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Bethesda Church, Cold Harbor and the siege of Petersburg, Virginia. He was wounded at Petersburg on 1 April 1865, then transferred to Co. C of the 6th New Hampshire Infantry Regiment on 1 June 1865. Because of his wounds, he was discharged on 10 July 1865.
His occupation after the war was Painter.
Note N10492 Index
Edwin worked at the S.D. Warren paper mill in Westbrook, Maine. He had also worked as an insurance agent.
Note N10501 Index
Fred was a farmer in Otisfield, Maine.
Note N10503 Index
Grosvenor was a farmer in Otisfield, Maine.
Note N10505 Index
Chester was a farmer in Norway, Maine.
Note N10509 Index
Albert was a farm laborer.