Note N17937 Index
Edith officially went by Evelyn for signed documents.
Note N17939 Index
Emeline worked as a telephone operator in Gloucester, Massachusetts, until she and James were married.
Note N17940 Index
Robert attended Columbia University, studying accounting. He played on the university's football team. On 14 October 1941, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. While in the service, he met and married Peggy Kopf, who was serving as a nurse.
While in the Army, he took a class to learn the Japanese language, and was the only one in his class to pass. In typical government fashion, the Army then transferred him to Germany.
After the war, they reurned to Lynn, Massachusetts, where he took a position with the General Electric Company. He was transferred to Syracuse, New York, and then to Ormond Beach, Florida.
Note N17944 Index
Roy served with the U.S. Marine Corps in World War II. He was wounded at Guadalcanal, and was awarded the Purple Heart. He died from leukemia.
Note N17946 Index
Lynda and Rogers divorced in 1976.
Note N17960 Index
Holland was an electrical engineer in Keene, New Hampshire.
Note N17964 Index
James was an electrical engineer and sales manager for the General Electric (GE) Company. He graduated from Texas A&M with honors.
Note N17965 Index
James and Marguerite divorced after only a few short years of marriage.
Note N17967 Index
James enlisted in the U.S. Army at Boston on 15 January 1943.
Note N17974 Index
Hiram was a Captain in the 50th Massachusetts Infantry during the Civil War. He returned to Stoneham after the war, then, sometime after 1870, he left his family in Massachusetts and moved to Leadville, Colorado, where he worked as a miner (1800 Census of Leadville, CO (NARA Microcopy T9, Roll 91, E.D. 81, Page 421A).
Note N17988 Index
Lisa and Christian divorced in 2003.
Note N17989 Index
Christian and Lisa divorced in 2004.
Note N17992 Index
Rogers and Melanie divorced in 2005.
Note N17998 Index
Clair was a carpenter. By 1910, he had been adolpted by Julia Thomapson of Winchester, New Hampshire. After two years of struggling with ill health, he chose to end his own life by suicide.
Note N18000 Index
Mary died in an auto accident.
Note N18005 Index
Frank worked at Paris Manufacturing Company, was a meat cook at the Starbird Boarding House in Norway (operated by his parents), and had worked as a conductor on the Norway-Paris Street Railway.