Note N19655 Index
When he registered for the World War I Draft in June 1917, Orville was living in Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri, working on a farm. He died at Fort Riley, Kansas, only a few months later.
Note N19656 Index
In 1930, Floyd was living with, and working for, his mother and stepfather, Morris Wood, in Doniphan County, Kansas (Census: T626, Roll 699, E.D. 22-7, Page 169B).
Note N19659 Index
Morris immigrated to America in 1860.
He was a farmer in Brown (1920) and Doniphan (1930) Counties, Kansas.
Note N19670 Index
George was a farmer in Middlesex, Vermont.
Note N19679 Index
Levi was a blacksmith in Stowe, Vermont.
He and Olive divorced sometime before 1930. That year, she was living in Waterbury, Vermont, with her daughter from her first marriage, Gladys Graves, and her family (Census: T626, Roll 2431, E.D. 12-38, Page 134B).
Note N19682 Index
Otis was a farmer in East Montpelier, Vermont.
Note N19690 Index
Enoch was a member of the Montpelier Company in the War of 1812.
He is buried in North Branch Cemetery, Middlesex, Vermont.
Note N19695 Index
Lemira was a schoolteacher in Warrensburg, New York.
Note N19697 Index
In the 1850 Census of Warrensburg, New York, Courtland is shown as having been born in March 1850.
Note N19707 Index
Henry was a blacksmith. They lived in Horicon, Warren County, New York (1860); Prairieburg, Linn County, Iowa (1870); Hay River, Dunn County, Wisconsin (1880); and Ellensburg, Kittitas, Washington.
Note N19741 Index
Flora provided "fine help" with the history of her family as recorded in THE HISTORY OF THE SCRIBNER FAMILIES [op.cit.].
Note N19742 Index
In 1900, Charles was the Sheriff in Waterbury, Washington County, Vermont (Census T623, Roll 1695, E.D. 239, Page 251A). In 1910 and 1920, still living in Waterbury, he was an insurance agent.
Note N19744 Index
Sylvester was a farmer. He served as a Private in Co. D, 2nd Vermont Infantry in the Civil War, enlisting on 19 August 1864. Only two months later, he was wounded on 19 October 1864 at Cedar Creek, Virginia, and was mustered out on 19 June 1865 (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Ancestry.com).
Note N19746 Index
Ralph worked in a saw mill in Middlesex (1900), and later in Montpelier, at a granite quarry as a stone polisher (1910-).
Note N19747 Index
Alva was a farmworker in Middlesex (1900, 1910) and a house carpenter in Montpelier (1920, 1930), Washington County, Vermont. In the 1900 Census, his name appears as "Alvah."