Note N20926 Index
William was a bookkeeper.
Note N20929 Index
In 1930, Margaret was employed by a fire insurance company in St. Paul. She was a policy bookkeeper.
Note N20934 Index
Albert was a house carpenter in Olmsted County, Minnesota, and Seattle, Washington.
Note N20935 Index
In 1930, Lisle was a foreman at a lumber yard in Seattle.
Note N20937 Index
Kenneth was a house carpenter in Seattle.
Note N20941 Index
Frank was the Enumerator for the 1900 Census of Oronoco, Minnesota. His parents (Henry and Elizabeth) were born in New York state.
Frank was a farmer.
Note N20942 Index
Henry was a bus driver in Minneapolis.
James H. Schwab's submission to FAMILYSEARCH ANCESTRY FILE (op.cit) indicates that Henry was married twice: first (year unknown), to Helen Brown (1902-1962) from whom he was later divorced, and second (29 July 1942), to Elizabeth Loretta McCormick (1914-1986). In the 1930 Census of Minneapolis, Henry is listed with Margaret ???, whom he married in 1929.
Listed with Henry and Margaret in the 1930 Census are a stepson, Richard E. (age 6), and two adopted sons: James (age 9), and Richard J. (age 7). James and Richard J. are also listed in the 1930 Census of Oronoco (op.cit.), living with their grandmother (Henry's mother), Clara E. Wood.
Note N20952 Index
Harvey was a farmer in Oronoco.
Note N20959 Index
During the Civil War, Joseph served served from 23 May 1861 to 10 January 1864 in Co. B, 1st Massachusetts Infantry. On 10 January 1864, he was discharged for promotion, prmoted to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class and assigned to the 37th U.S. Colored Infantry. On 30 December 1864, he was promoted to Lieutenant 1st Class. Then, on 13 March 1865, he was promoted to Full Brevet Captain and assigned to the 116th U.S. Colored Infantry, where he served until being mustered out on 17 December 1867 (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS.Ancestry.com).
He was a machinist by trade.
Evelyn was his third wife.
Note N20963 Index
Edward worked as a carpenter for the world-renowned Boston & Maine Railroad in Claremont, New Hampshire.
Note N20974 Index
Lloyd earned a degree in mining engineering from Mackay School of Mines in Reno, Nevada. He worked in the mining field in several western states. After moving to Montrose, he served as advertising manager for the Montrose "Daily Times." During the last four years of his life, he owned and operated his own business. He and Hazel had seven children.
Note N20975 Index
For many years, Thelma worked for the "Pueblo Chieftain" newspaper in Pueblo, Colorado. She and Paul had five children.
Note N20976 Index
James was a farmer in Horatio, Sevier County, Arkansas. He and Nellie had no children.
Note N20977 Index
Claude was a schoolteacher in Monroe Township, Sevier County, Arkansas. When he and Eunice applied for their marriage license in Little River County (just south of Sevier County), Eunice had a note written by her father that said: "Horatio Ark 3-5-1907 To Clerk of Little River Co - Dear Sir I hereby authorize you to issue Marriage Liscens to C I Beck to lord my daughter Eunice Metcalf - Respectfully Henry H Metcalf."