Note N15945 Index
Fred operatred a dry cleaning business in Littleton, New Hampshire.
Note N15963 Index
Carleton was the adopted son of Sylvester and Hattie Blake.
Note N15965 Index
Carroll was a civil engineer for a railroad. They lived in St. Louis, MO (1910) and Chicago (1920). Carroll and Ellen had no children.
Note N15968 Index
Charles was a dairy farmer in Cabot, Vermont, for a few years, before moving to Montpelier by 1920, where he worked as a mechanic in an auto repair shop.
Note N15976 Index
In 1930, 26-year-old Cecil (single at the time) was living in Canton, Ohio, driving a milk wagon (T626, Roll 1871, E.D. 76-55, Page 124A).
Note N15978 Index
John was a farmer in Stowe, Vermont.
Note N15993 Index
Charles was a reporter for a newspaper in Pasadena, California.
Note N15996 Index
Augustus was a fruit dealer in Pasadena, California.
Note N16026 Index
Fred was the Street Superintendent for the City of Peabody, Massachusetts.
Note N16034 Index
John was a farmer and a preacher, as well as having an interest in manufacturing paper. He was a selectman of Corinth and Justice of the Paece for many years. He was the town's Representative to the State Legislature in 1896.
Note N16036 Index
Benjamin was a farmer in Tunbridge and Chelsea, Vermont. He served in the Civil War as a Private in Co. D, 12th Vermont Infantry (23 August 1862-14 July 1863) and, later, in the 2nd Artillery Battery (5 August 1864-25 July 1865).
Note N16042 Index
Benjamin was a farmer (1920), livery stable keeper (1900), and the jail keeper (1910) in Chelsea, Vermoint.
Note N16045 Index
William was a lawyer in Chelsea, Vermont.
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Freeman was a farmer in Strafford, Vermont. He and Mary had a total of 10 children, only 4 of whom were alive in 1900.
Note N16064 Index
David was a blacksmith.
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Imri was a farmer in Cheney, Spokane County, Washington.
During the Civil War, he served two enlistments. First, on 6 August 1862, he enlisted in Co. B, 22nd Iowa Infantry Regiment. He received a disability discharge on 22 Dec 1862, while in Rolla, Missouri. He then enlisted in Co. H, 8th Illinois Cavalry. He was mustered out 17 July 1865.
After the war, he went to work as fireman on the Union Pacific Railroad. Soon after that, he went to Wash Basin, Idaho, where he worked at mining and prospecting until 1873, when he moved on to Walla Walla, then to Dayton, Washington, where he lived until 1883. In July of 1883, he married Jennie Dayton, and they settled in Spokane County. He lived there ever since, engaged in farming and raising fruit.
During the years prior to his moving to Washington, Imri lived in the wild West. He took part in the Joseph War, and the Bannock Indian War, being involved in several battles (from AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF SPOKANE COUNTY, STATE OF WASHINGTON [op.cit.], 326-327).