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John was a linotype operator in Kansas City, Missouri (1900) and Independence, Kansas (1920).
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John was an electrician by trade. He had an electrical contracting business in Los Angeles (1930).
John and Essie separated sometime before 1910.
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In 1930, Frank was a commercial traveler (traveling salesman) for a heating manufacturing company in Kansas City, Missouri.
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In the Censuses, and in the California Death Index Record, Myrtle's birthplace is listed as Kansas.
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Charles was an elctrical engineer for a construction company in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Salem was an electrician. They lived in Missouri, Oklahoma and California.
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Charles was a meatcutter in butcher shops in Independence, Kansas (1920) and Los Angeles, California (1930).
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Many thanks to Beth Hamblin for sharing her research findings on this family.
Arthur was a plumber and sheet metal worker in Sandwich, Massachusetts.
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Arthur was a lobsterman in Sandwich, Massachusetts.
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Ronald was a carpenter in Sandwich, Massachusetts.
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Brian, a skilled craftsman, worked in restoration and renovation. He built the Rehoboth Antiquarian Museum. He served during the Korean War as a U.S. Army demolitions expert. He died following a long illness.
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Albert served in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting 10 July 1942.
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Bernard served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, from 20 September 1943 to 5 June 1946. He is buried in Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne, Massachusetts.
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Edward served in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting on 7 October 1942.
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Leonard served in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting 5 Nov 1942.
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The Massachusetts Death Index states that Delina was born 19 June 1899. The 1900 Census of Sandwich has her birthdate as June 1898. The Social Security Death Index says 11 June 1899.