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7351 Obituary in Cumberland Evening times, June 18, 1932.

CUMBERLAND,MARYLAND -- George Henry McKenzie, aged 65, retired stationary engineer, died yesterday afternoon at his home 601 O'Neal street. Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary G. McKenzie, and one daughter, Mrs. Stella Shaffer, he is survived by two brothers, Samuel and Milnor McKenzie, and by a sister, Mrs. Rose Neff, Detroit. Funeral services will be held at 9 a. m.. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, with interment in the church cemetery. (note: son of John and Elizabeth Atkins McKenzie. There was another George Henry McK who died in 1932 in Pittsburgh.)


The Cumberland Evening Times, June 18, 1932
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted August 3, 2010

(son of John and Elizabeth Atkins McK). There was another George Henry McK who died in 1932 in Pittsburgh.) 
McKenzie, George Henry (I01018)
 
7352 Obituary in Cumberland News July 13, 1966. His wife is said to have pre-deceased him.

From death certificate obtained by Don Kagle: Joseph A. McKenzie, son of Enoch McKenzie and Cecelia Whitacre (sic: Cecelia was Joseph's wife, not his mother; mother was Mary Jane Adkins); widowed; retired brakeman for W.M. R.R.; born March 15, 1884, Cumberland; died July 12, 1966, Cumberland, of coronary artery disease; buried May 15, 1966, St. Patrick's, Cumberland; informant, William McKenzie.


Obit: Joseph A. McKenzie, 82, died yesterday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ida Reitmeier, 208 Columbia Street. Born in Cumberland, he was a son of the late Enoch and Mary (Adkins) McKenzie. His wife, Cecelia (Whitacre) McKenzie, preceded him in death. Mr. McKenzie was a retired B&O Railroad brakeman, a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Men of LaVale, and St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Besides his sister, he is survived by a son, William P. McKenzie, Potomac Park; two daughters, Mrs. Regina Young and Mrs. Adeline Barham, city; 16 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Stein Funeral Home where friends will be received from 2 until 4 and 7 until 9 p. m. Requiem mass will be celebrated Friday at 9 a. m. at St Patrick's Church and interment will follow in the church cemetery. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home tomorrow at 8:45 p. m. The Cumberland News, July 13, 1966.

Marriage information per the research of Ray Leidinger, Cumberland, Maryland. All information pulled from western Maryland marriage records.

From the research of Joseph Edward McKenzie:

JOSEPH ALPHEUS MCKENZIE WAS BORN NEAR THE WINCHESTER BRIDGE ON WINCHESTER
RD. THIS BRIDGE IS GONE,IT USED TO BE NEAR THE COUNTRY CLUB MALL IN
LAVALE MARYLAND. THIS INFO IS FROM VIRGIL MCKENZIE'S HISTORY.
HE IS ALSO LISTED WITH HIS FAMILY ON FILM PAGE#1281 OF COL. MACKENZIE'S
MICROFILM.  
McKenzie, Joseph Alpheum (I00581)
 
7353 Obituary The Daily Courier January 14, 1939.

James M. McKenzie, died at his home in Greenville Township at 5:30 o’clock on Wednesday morning January 11, 1939, at the age of 74 years, 6 months and 14 days. He was born June 27, 1864, a son of Ambrose and Rachael (Long) McKenzie.
He is survived by his wife, Rebecca McKenzie, and these children: Herbert, of Meyersdale; Elmer and Robert of Mt. Savage, MD.; Augustus, of Glencoe; James, of Cleveland, Ohio; Wilbert of Meyersdale R.D. 3; Mrs. Viola Zurbuck, of Akron, Ohio; and Mrs. Mary Blank of Mt. Savage MD. Thirty-eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren also survive. Two children, Andrew McKenzie and Mrs. Ada Manhorn, preceded him to the grave. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 o’clock on Saturday morning in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Pocahontas by Rev. I.A. Strittmatter. Interment will follow in the church cemetery in charge of R. Reich and Son, Meyersdale morticians.

He died on 12 Jan 1939 in Greenville Township, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. James M. McKenzie, 75, died Thursday at his home in Greenville township near Pocahontas. He was a native of Somerset County and the son of the late Ambrose and Rachel Long McKenzie. Besides his wife Rebecca, he leaves these children: Herbert and Walbert, Meyersdale; Elmer and Robert and Mrs. Mary Blank, Mt. Savage, Md.; Augustus, Glencoe; James, Cleveland, Ohio; and Mrs. Viola Zwiebuck, Akron, Ohio.He also leaves 38 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He was a farmer. Funeral mass was held this morning at St. Mary's Church at Pocahontas, the Rev.Stritmaiter, officiating. Interment was made in the church cemetery. Saturday, January 14, 1939, The Daily Courier, Connellsville

James McClellan McKenzie (Jun 27, 1864-Jan 11, 1939) Pocahontas, PA Jan 14 James M. McKenzie, 75, farmer, died Thursday at his home in Greenville township, near Pocahontas. He was a native of Somerset county and a son of the late Ambrose and Rachel (Long) McKenzie. Besides his widow, he is survived by these children: Herbert and Wilbert McKenzie R.D. Meyersdale; Elmer and Robert McKenzie, Mt. Savage; Augustus McKenzie, Glencoe; James McKenzie, Cleveland, O; Mrs. Viola Zweibeck, Akron, Ohio; and Mrs. Mary Blank, Mt. Savage. A brother, Andrew McKenzie, and a sister, Mrs. Alicia Menhorn, reside in Greenville township. He also leaves 38 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mr. McKenzie was engaged in farming all his life. Funeral services were conducted this morning in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Pocahontas, by the rector, the Rev. L.A. Stritmatter, West Salisbury. Interment was in the church cemetery.

Published :Saturday Jan. 14,1939
The Evening times
Cumberland,Maryland


He was buried on 14 Jan 1939 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Pocahontas, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania. 
McKenzie, James McClellan (I01590)
 
7354 Obituary#1
Newspaper Clipping-Undated, Untitled

"MARY AGNES HOSLER, 88, MONTICELLO, DIES"

"Mary Agnes Hosler, 88, of Monticello, died at 12:20 p.m. May 17 at Cozy Haven Nursing Home where she had been since August, 1959."

"Requiem Mass was at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Bement, with Father Sylvester Jesiolowski officiating. Burial was in Monticello Cemetery."

"She was born on Dec. 21, 1872 in Fayette County, daughter of Lewis and Normanda McKenzie. She married William Hosler of Monticello June 27, 1894."

"He died Jan. 7, 1949. She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Chester Hayes, Mrs. Wayne Catlin, Monticello; Mrs. Don Hayes, Mansfield and Mrs. B. Franz Schubert, Houghton, Mich.; two sons, Charles, Monticello; and Dale, Rossville; 10 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Melissa Doty of Decatur."

"She was a member of St. Philomena's Catholic Church, Monticello and Altar and Rosary Society."

Obituary #2
"Piatt County Journal" (Monticello, Illinois) Thursday, May 25, 1961 (page 1)

"MARY A. HOSLER DIES, SERVICES HELD SATURDAY"

"Mrs. Mary Agnes Hosler, 88, Monticello, died at 12:20 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, at Cozy Haven Nursing Home, Monticello, where she had been a patient since August 1959."

"Requiem Mass was held at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Bement with Fr. Sylvester Jesiolowski officiating. Burial was made in Monticello Cemetery."

"The Rosary was recited at the Bauman Funeral Home, Monticello at 8 p.m. Friday."

"She was born Dec. 21, 1872 in Fayette County, daughter of Lewis and Normanda McKinzie (sic). She was married to William Hosler June 27, 1894. He died Jan. 7, 1949. She was a member of St. Philomena's Catholic Church, of Monticello and the Altar and Rosary Society."

"Mrs. Hosler leaves four daughters, Mrs. Chester Hayes, Mrs. Don Hayes, Mansfield; Mrs. Wayne Catlin, Monticello; and Mrs. B. Franz Shubert, Houghton, Mich.; two sons, Charles, Monticello; and Dale, Rossville; 10 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild; and one sister, Mrs. Melissa Doty, Bement."

More About MARY AGNES MCKENZIE:
Burial: May 20, 1961, Monticello Cemetery, Monticello, IL 
McKenzie, Mary Agnes (I11595)
 
7355 Obituary, Cumberland Times.

She is buried in the McKenzie Cemetery in Pinto, Maryland.

These are all courtesy of Genie Regan, who is transcribing them for LDS:

McKenzie, Mary M. (Greenwade)

After debts paid, balance of estate $2554.51
Distribution as per agreement
of Heirs filed Dec. 10 1892,
To Hattie D. McKenzie and Clara S.
McKenzie, Being personal
property given at appraisement $ 250.00
Balance $2304.51

To heirs:
Zipperah E. Neff, Maggie E. Miller, Mattie H. Pate, Hattie D. McKenzie, Clara S. McKenzie (daughters) & Ernest McKenzie, Walter J. McKenzie (sons) each $329.28
Total $2304.51 
Greenwade, Mary Margaret (I00614)
 
7356 Obituary:

David (sic) R. McKenzie, a well known farmer, died at his residence in Cresaptown this morning, aged 60 years. He leaves one son, Mark McKenzie. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the M.E. Church at Cesaptown. The Evening Times, Cumberland, MD., Saturday, January 7, 1899.

His name is listed in the Civil War Draft Registrations for thr 4th Congressional District in Maryland, 1863, along with the following individuals: Enoch McKenzie, age29; John H. McKenzie, age 23; George H. McKenzie, age 25; Joshua McKenzie, age 21; Samuel McKenzie, age 34; Loyd McKenzie, age 20; and Newton McKenzie, age 20. There is no other Daniel Richard McKenzie in the western Maryland area who could be mistaken for the Daniel Richard McKenzie on this draft list.

Daniel Mckenzie
United States Census, 1870
Name:Daniel Mckenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1870
Event Place:Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:30
Race:White
Race (Original):W
Birth Year (Estimated):1839-1840
Birthplace:Maryland
Page Number:96
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Moses MckenzieM75Maryland
Margaret MckenzieF66Maryland
Daniel MckenzieM30Maryland
Emily MckenzieF27Maryland
Elizabeth MckenzieF23Maryland
Ann MckenzieF20Maryland
Charles MckenzieM17Maryland
William MckenzieM18Maryland
John MckenzieM18Maryland
Joseph MckenzieM15Maryland
Household ID: 690 , Line Number: 36 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552065 , Digital Folder Number: 004269448 , Image Number: 00484


Daniel Mckenzie
United States Census, 1850
Name:Daniel Mckenzie
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1850
Event Place:Allegany county, part of, Allegany, Maryland, United States
Gender:Male
Age:13
Race:White
Birth Year (Estimated):1837
Birthplace:Maryland
House Number:2073
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
Moses MckenzieM54Maryland
Margaret MckenzieF44Maryland
Thornton MckenzieM19Maryland
Eliza MckenzieF18Maryland
Daniel MckenzieM13Maryland
Emily MckenzieF10Maryland
Elizabeth MckenzieF8Maryland
Ann MckenzieF4Maryland
Chas MckenzieMMaryland
Household ID: 2103 , Line Number: 39 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M432 , Affiliate Film Number: 277 , GS Film Number: 13194 , Digital Folder Number: 004193973 , Image Number: 00307 
McKenzie, Daniel Richard (I00606)
 
7357 Obituary: FOLK 11 Jan 1911 Mrs. Amanda Folk, a duaghter of the late Jesse and Katie McKenzie of Cresaptown, Maryland, died this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Peter Langley,33 Elm Street, aged 83 years. She was the widow of George W. Folk, who was killed during the civil war. She was a lifelong member of the ME church. Survived by children: Mrs. P. langley; Mrs. James Hussey; Mrs. Clara martin; and Mr. J.C. Folk. Also, 19 Grand children and 21 Great-grand children. Burial in Rose Hill Cemetery.Cumberland Evening Times January 11, 1911 McKenzie, Amanda (I00105)
 
7358 Obiutuary: Cumberland Times, January 24, 1958. Miss Ellen Neff, daughter of Thornton Price McKenzie and Laura Neff. Survivor: son, L. Harold McKenzie. Graduate Keyser HS and Potomac State College. Employed Stewart's Dept. Store, Baltiome.

Keyser - Miss Ellen Neff McKenzie, former resident of Keyser and Lonaconing, died today at her home, 2711 East Hoffman Street, Baltimore. She was the daughter of the late Thornton Price McKenzie and Mrs. Laura Neff. She had been employed by the Stewart Department Store in Baltimore. Miss Neff was a graduate of Keyser High School and Potomac State College. Her only survivor is a son, L. Harold McKenzie, Baltimore. The body will be at the Rogers Funeral Home at noon Sunday. Services will be held in the funeral home Monday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. John D. MacLeod, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Queens Point Cemetery.

The Cumberland Evening Times, January 24, 1958
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted January 21, 2012 
McKenzie, Ellen Neff (I13510)
 
7359 occupation:
$1000.
$500.
occupation: farmer.
Elliott moved to Harrison County, Texas with his parents in 1842 when Texas was still a Republic. After his father's death, his mother, Zilpha, moved her family to Rusk County where they had a land grant at Crim's Chapel (Rusk County, Texas). At the age of 23, Elliott Barton joined the U.S. Army to serve in the Mexican-American War of 1846. He was mustered into service on May 6, 1847, at San Antonio, Texas, for a first term of six months. He served in the eastern area of Mexico and was in several skirmishes at Laredo Pass. Elliott served under Captain M. B. Lamar and was honorably discharged Jun 1847. Because of his military activity, Elliott Barton was entitled to bounty land. He applied for his land on April 23, 1884 and received 40 acres of land. When he applied for this grant, he described himself on the application as age 59 years, 5 ft 10 inches tall, dark complexion, dark eyes, black hair and occupation farmer. In addition to the bounty land, Elliott also received a Mexican War Pension on March 19, 1887 in the sum of $8.00 a month. In Jan of 1873, Elliott Barton was one of eleven charter members that organized the Crim's Chapel Baptist Church. He served as the first church clerk for 12 years. When Elliott died he was removed from the Mexican War Pension roll which left Ellen with seven children and no support.

Ellen and Elliott were cousins once removed. J. Benjamin's parents were Benjamin and Dorcas Anderson Barton. Ellen's grandfather was Joshua, brother to J. Benjamin.

Corp. Elliott M. Barton
Lamar's Co., Texas Mtd. Infantry Mexican War
Masonic Emblem - Eastern Star 
Barton, Elliott Monroe (I22124)
 
7360 occupation: ?, cotton mill.
occupation: spinner, cotton mill. 
Biggs, John Melvin (I22802)
 
7361 occupation: ?, court house.
SSN: 242-18-2851.
occupation: carder, cotton mill. 
Biggs, Theodore Starlin (I24075)
 
7362 occupation: agent. Cooper, Walter N. (I22400)
 
7363 occupation: assisting in house. Brown, Nancy J. (I18446)
 
7364 occupation: assisting with house work.
occupation: farm laborer.
DATE 1965
SOUR @S281@
DATA
TEXT Online publication - Ancestry.com. Social Security Death In
CONC dex [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Net
CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
McKenzie, Annie Elizabeth (I28711)
 
7365 occupation: asst. bank cashier.
occupation: Bank President.
occupation: Bank President.
occupation: Bank President.
Robert was the husband of Ruby Pankey. He worked for many years at the bank in Durant, serving in various capacities including cashier, bookkeeper and president. He and Ruby had a son, Robert W. Cooper, born 1897. 
Cooper, Robert Lee (I22496)
 
7366 occupation: attorney.
occupation: lawyer. 
Mills, Edward M. (I24252)
 
7367 occupation: author.
$11,000.
James Fenimore Cooper

Birth: Sep. 15, 1789
Death: Sep. 14, 1851

American Author. He was the first major American novelist who wrote
numerous sea-stories as well as historical romances known as the "Leatherstock Tales," a series of frontier adventure novels featuring fictional character Natty Pumppo who lives free, close to nature while the settlers bring civilization that destroys the wilderness, "The Last of the Mohicans" an adventure story set in the Lake Champlain area is considered the Centerpiece of the series and is the best known having been made into a number of movies while television has utilized the story in numerous programs. However, James Fenimore Cooper considered Leatherstock novels "The Pathfinder" and "The Deerslayer" his best works. The prolific writer wrote over thirty novels before his death at his boyhood home, Otsego Hall in Cooperstown, New York a day shy of his sixty second birthday. Cooper was born in Burlington, New Jersey, the eleventh of twelve children to Quakers, William and Elisabeth Fenimore Cooper, his father a Judge and a member of Congress became wealthy as a land developer. When James was one, his family moved to the wild untamed area of Otsego Lake, New York where his father established a settlement on his vast holdings which became Cooperstown, New York. Young James loved the wilderness which surrounded the family home, roaming at will while developing a love of nature which would become the hallmark of his books. He was educated in the small one room village school, then further tutored by the rector of St. Peter's Church, then sent to Albany for higher education and finally enrolled at Yale at age fourteen but expelled at seventeen. A tour of duty in the Navy inspired his sea stories. Some of many..."John Paul Jones" "No Steamboats" "Old Ironsides" "Homeward Bound" and "Life Before the Mast." His father, Judge Cooper, was attacked and killed after a political meeting in Albany. James became the executor of the estate receiving the bulk of the assets. After his marriage to Susan Augusta De Lancey, a descendent from a New York political family, they became nomadic. The couple lived and moved freely among the various settlements in the State of New York. James was a vivacious reader and upon completing a novel, he complained of its poor quality making the statement, "I could write a better book." His wife challenged him and James found his calling and indeed wrote better books. Cooper moved to Europe while changing his writing agenda, compiling many unsuccessful books about democracy, politics and society. He served as the US consul at Lyons, France. With his income dwindling, he returned America. Cooper had lost his prospective in writing, forgetting what made him famous and popular, instead turning out political and social view publications. James felt ill-treated by journalists and fought back with libel suits, winning most of his cases but his biting opinions cost him the loss of his friends and popular public standing. His brilliant writing career was essentially over. Cooper repurchased the previously sold Otsego Hall, his parents home, where he had grown up in Cooperstown and spent the rest of his life remodeling the structure and bickering with towns people over land and various issues. He died from sclerosis of the liver. The body lay in state at Otsego Hall and the funeral service was held in Christ Church with burial in the Cooper family plot in the church cemetery. His wife followed him in death four months later. His grave, covered by a slab of marble marked by a cross has become a shrine and a source of pilgrimages for his literary admirers. Legacy...The birthplace of America's first true novelist located at 457 High Street in Burlington, New Jersey is preserved and open to the public. It is unique, not that is in a row house setting but because the unit next door was the longtime home of Captain James Lawrence, the naval war hero of the War of 1812. Visitors will see many Cooper displayed items. His daughter, Susan Fenimore Cooper followed in her father's footsteps and became an author of some re-noun spending most of her life trying to redeem his tarnished image. The Fenimore Art Museum is located outside Cooperstown and houses the Cooper Room which is loaded with memorabilia of the Cooper family. The Postal Service issued a two cent commemorative stamp in the Famous America Authors series on January 29, 1940. The Cooper grounds is now kept as a public park and was the location of Otsego Hall, which sadly, burned to the ground a few years after the death of the author. The little town of Cooperstown founded by Judge Cooper and where James Fenimore Cooper wrote twenty of his books became even more famous while Abner Doubleday was attending school here and given credit for inventing baseball in a Cooperstown cow pasture. 
Cooper, James Fenimore (I18991)
 
7368 occupation: automobile mechanic in garage.
occupation: mechanic, Central Motors, Inc.
address: 625 Wtandotte.
occupation: mechanic, Central Motors, Inc.
address: 822 Jordan 
Bailes, Onnie Leon (I19849)
 
7369 occupation: Baptist Clergyman.
occupation: Baptist Minister.
$1600.
$1781.
occupation: Minister.
occupation: farmer.
Baptist Minister for 50 years, noted as an organizer, preacher, and pastor, an advocate of higher education and the training of youth for the responsiblities of life. 
Alderman, Amariah Biggs (I22523)
 
7370 occupation: barber, owns his own shope.
DATE Bef 1951
SOUR @S281@
DATA
TEXT Online publication - Ancestry.com. Social Security Death In
CONC dex [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Net
CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
Bailes, Connie Leo (I19297)
 
7371 occupation: barber.
occupation: farmer.
Height: Short; Build: Stout; Eyes: Blue; Hair: Lt. Brown; Bald: No.
Federal Board Student.
occupation: salesman, Safe Cabinet Co. 
Mixon, Coy (I29038)
 
7372 occupation: Billing clerk, grocery.
SSN: 431-28-1496 
Biggs, Arthur (I28932)
 
7373 occupation: blacksmith.
$60.
$30.
Alabama Tories.
Co C, 1st Alabama Cavalry Regiment.
10 Mar 1864.
Promoted to Full Sergeant.
Mustered out on 01 Oct 1865 at Moulton, AL.
bRegimental History/b

bBattles Fought/b
Fought on 10 Apr 1863 at Murfreesboro, TN.
Fought on 15 Jun 1863.
Fought on 29 Jul 1863.
uFought on 26 Oct 1863 at Vincent's Cross Roads, MS./u
Fought on 26 Oct 1863 at Vincent's Cross Roads, AL.
Fought on 26 Oct 1863 at Bay Springs, AL.
Fought on 15 Jan 1864.
Fought on 27 Jan 1864.
Fought on 25 Nov 1864.
Fought on 9 Dec 1864.
Fought on 15 Feb 1865.
occupation: wagon maker.
$110.
$178.
In 1860 they had an Isabella Rodgers, age 25 living with them in Burnt Corn, Monroe Co., AL
In 1870 they had a Kida Thompson, age 45 living with them in DennardsBluff, Monroe Co., AL 
Davis, William Wiley (I24380)
 
7374 occupation: blacksmith. Helton, Stephen Edward (I27627)
 
7375 occupation: book agent. Hunt, John Abaslom O. (I24575)
 
7376 occupation: Bookkeeper, naval store.
occupation: woods rider, turpentime farm.
occupation: bridge crew, highway. 
Moore, Walter B. (I23623)
 
7377 occupation: bookkeeper. Vick, J. D. (I22053)
 
7378 occupation: bookkeeper. Moore, Marie (I23624)
 
7379 occupation: bus driver, bus line. Biggs, Oscar Shirley (I19716)
 
7380 occupation: carpenter
occupation: carpenter.
occupation: plumber, City Water Works. 
Hammons, Henry T. (I27303)
 
7381 occupation: carpenter, house.
occupation: carpenter, Alabama Shipyard.
occupation: construction builder. 
Goff, William Lawrence (I24267)
 
7382 occupation: carpenter, house.
occupation: farmer.
Height: Tall; Build: Medium; Eyes: Lt. Brown; Hair: Dk. Brown.
occupation: farmer. 
Biggs, Neal L. (I22202)
 
7383 occupation: carpenter, house.
SSN: 422-03-6506. 
Goff, Frederick Alphonse Thomas (I24265)
 
7384 occupation: carpenter.
occupation: carpenter forman, Alabama Power Co.
Height: Tall; Build: Medium; Eyes: Blue; Hair: Grey.
Occupation: carpenter.
Occupation: coal miner. 
George, Josiah Thaddeus (I27129)
 
7385 occupation: carpenter. Hammons, George W. (I25909)
 
7386 occupation: cashier, bank.
occupation: traveling salesman, shoe company. 
Holder, Dewit H. (I22420)
 
7387 occupation: cashier, telephone co. Biggs, Florence M. (I24096)
 
7388 occupation: cement mixer, construction. Wiggins, Preston Lewis (I31468)
 
7389 occupation: circuit minister.
occupation: minister.
occupation: minister, Methodist church. 
Biggs, Amariah Curtis (I21494)
 
7390 occupation: clergyman.
Arrived in New York on 26 Oct 1932 from Southampton,England aboard the ship Europa.
Left New York and arrived back in New York on board the ship Calgaric.
Arrived in New York on 11 oct 1934 on board the ship Lafayette.
occupation: President, Union College.
occupation: President, Union College.
Arrived in New York on board the ship Queen of Bermuda. 
Richmond, Charles Alexander (I24250)
 
7391 occupation: clerk in store.
occupation: bookkeeper. 
Biggs, Asa Thomas (I21734)
 
7392 occupation: clerk, commissary.
occupation: carpenter.
Height: Medium; Build: Slender; Eyes: Blue; Hair: Light.
occupation: carpenter, house.
occupation: carpenter, rolling steel mills. 
Wiggins, Walter Howard (I31592)
 
7393 occupation: clerk, creamery.
SSN: 421-20-1601. 
Golson, Georgia Elizabeth (I24230)
 
7394 occupation: clerk, grocery store.
occupation: salesman, grocery store. 
Branning, Charles E. (I22609)
 
7395 occupation: clerk, insurance. Martin, Ora Nell (I23568)
 
7396 occupation: clerk.
Height: Tall; Build: Slender; Hair: Dark Brown; Eyes: Gray.
SSN: 498-40-4568. 
Miles, George Dewey (I22757)
 
7397 occupation: clerk.
occupation: deputy sheriff.
$4300
$500
occupation: Probate Judge.
occupation: farmer. 
Crawford, William Thomas (I21718)
 
7398 occupation: coal miner. Wiggins, Robert Milton (I31490)
 
7399 occupation: commercial plumber. Hammons, Leo Iverson (I27306)
 
7400 occupation: cook, private family. Cooper, Ellis (I22606)
 

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