Note N28766 Index
Frank worked at the Portsmouth Navy Yard as a shipfitter.
Note N28772 Index
On 3 January 1943, Frank enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps and served during World War II. He also served during the Korean Conflict.
He was a real estate broker in Conifer and Delta, Colorado.
Note N28783 Index
From the information contained in the Censuses, it appears that, although his father returned to New Hampshire after his mother died, Oscar stayed on in New York City. He married Marion in 1900, and they started their family. They left New York for a few years while he worked a farm in Granville, Pennsylvania. By 1918 (when he registered for the World War I Draft), they'd moved back to The Big Apple, where he'd taken a job as a switchman for the Interborough Rapid Transit, and was living on 114th Street in Manhattan.
Note N28800 Index
Eliphalet was a grocer in Elkhart, Indiana.
From the 1830 Census, it appears that Eliphalet lived in Shanesville, Mercer County, Ohio that year (Roll 126, Page 265). There were two boys under the age of 5, two girls aged 5-10, one girl 10-15, one female 20-30.
The 1840 Census of Elias Corporation, Elkhart County, Indiana (Roll 79, Page 19), has Eliphalet there with 1 boy (Benjamin) under 5, 1 girl (Catharine) under 5, 2 females 15-20, 1 female (Susan) 20-30, and 1 female (Mary) 30-40.
Note N28804 Index
Ebenezer was a Methodist minister in Mt. Vernon (1830), Goshen (1840), Licking (1850) and Porter, Ohio.
Note N28806 Index
Ira was a farmer and minister. He organized the first church in Toledo.
Note N28808 Index
Silas was a U.S. Army Surgeon in the Civil War.
Note N28815 Index
While still in his teenage years, Eliphalet moved from Indiana to Panora, Iowa. In 1860, he worked as a clerk. By 1870, he was working a farm. Then, by 1885, he was employed as a meatcutter.
Note N28821 Index
Frank was a farm worker and brick mason in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Sometime between 1905-1909, he and the family moved to Clifton, Colorado, where they lived a few years before returning to Guthrie after 1915.
Note N28822 Index
Wilbur was a barber in Guthrie Center, Iowa.
Note N28826 Index
We learn Julia's place of birth from the 1870 Census of West Township (LeRoy), McLean County, Illinois (M593, Roll 259, Page 672), which is where her parents (William and Louisa) were living in August, 1870.
Note N28833 Index
Elmer was proprietor of a grain elevator in Guthrie Center, Iowa.
Note N28835 Index
Glenn was a banker in Los Angeles.
Note N28859 Index
Henry was a farmer in the towns of Eden and Paxton, Minnesota.