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In 1930, Myrven was the manager of a Western Auto store in Los Angeles (1930 Census of Los Angeles: T626, Roll 159, E.D. 19-628, Page 169B).
Note N11069 Index
George was an interior decorator in Battle Creek Michigan (1920) and Pasadena, California (1930),
Note N11074 Index
Frank was a machinist for the Grand Trunk Railroad.
Note N11082 Index
William was a sawmill worker in Stratford, New Hampshire. By 1930, he had moved across the state line to Bloomfield, Vermont, where he worked as a carpenter..
In his book, THE HAPGOOD FAMILY, DESCENDANTS OF SHADRACH [op.cit.], pp. 141-142, Warren Hapgood states that William Jesse Ormsby was born 4 January 1845 in Guildhall, Vermont, the son of Joseph and Mary Jane Ormsby. Information contained in several censuses seems to indicate that that published information is incorrect. Although Joseph Ormsby was apparently born in Guildhall, Vermont, there is no 1850 Census entry for him and Mary Jane. In the 1860 Census of Guildhall, Joseph and Mary Jane are shown with 5 children, ranging in age from 8 to 1, but none is named William. Then, in the 1870 Census of Granby, Vermont (M593-1619, Page 61), with Joseph and Mary Jane is a son, William J., aged 6. In the 1900 Census of Columbia, New Hampshire [op.cit.], we find William and Harriet Hapgood's son-in-law, William J. Ormsby, born January 1866, living with them. The 1910 Census of Stratford, New Hampshire (T624-861, E.D. 69, Page 196B), shows William J. Ormsby, aged 45, married for the second time, about 1907, to Flora Burnelle.
Note N11085 Index
Durward was a farmer in Colebrook, New Hampshire. In some records, his name is spelled "Durwood." In others, it is "Durward."
Note N11090 Index
Francis served 3 years in the U.S. Navy. At the time of their marriage, he and Verna were employed by Northeast Airlines.
Note N11099 Index
Sonia taught school at South Berwick, Maine.
Note N11100 Index
Robert served 2 years in the U.S. Army as a military policeman during the Korean War. After the war, he attended the University of Maine, graduating in 1958. He entered U.S. government service in 1960. He was an inspector for the Food and Drug Administration, then served as an Internal Security Special Investigator for the Internal Revenue Service. He was also a former Lector and Eucharistic Minister at St. John the Baptist Church in Essex, Massachusetts.
Note N11131 Index
Fred was a farmer in Bloomfield, Vermont.
Note N11136 Index
Aaron was a farmer in Stratford, New Hampshire.
Note N11142 Index
Delia was a Registered Nurse.
Note N11146 Index
Neal was an electrician in a power plant in Stratford, New Hampshire.
Note N11148 Index
Phyllis was a teacher. In 1947, she graduated from Plymouth Teachers College (now Plymouth University), then taught in the primary grades at Franconia, New Hampshire, and Danville, Vermont. For years, she taught kindergarten at her home in Reading, Vermont, and on Sundays, taught Sunday School at Christian Union Church of Reading. She was an accomplished pianist and loved music. Among other pursuits that she enjoyed were poetry, gardening, cooking and baking, travel and camping. In the early 1980's, she and her husband put together a family cookbook titled "Sharing Our Family Favorites." In her later years, she attended River of Life Worship Center in Colebrook, New Hampshire. She is buried in Fairview Cemetery in North Stratford.
Her obituary appears in two newspapers. One is the 31 May 2004 edition of "The Times Argus," of Barre, Vermont. The other is the 28 May 2004 edition of the "News and Sentinel" of Colebrook, New Hampshire.