Person:Henry Knott (6)

m. ABT 1909
  1. Henry George Knott1910 - 1998
  2. John Gordon Knott1912 - 1998
  3. Norman Philip Knott1917 - 1978
m. 7 Nov 1942
Facts and Events
Name Henry George Knott
Gender Male
Birth[11][1] 19 May 1910 Burke, North Dakota, United States
Census[1] 1915 Burke, North Dakota, United States
Census[2] 1920 Sedro-Woolley, Skagit, Washington, United States
Census[3] 1930 Skagit, Washington, United States
Census[12] 1940 Skagit, Washington, United States
Military[4] 22 Oct 1940 Fort Lewis, Pierce, Washington, United Statesenlisted in military
Other[5] 3 Mar 1942 Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United Statesgranted power of attorney to mother
Marriage 7 Nov 1942 Skagit, Washington, United Statesto Rosalind Margaret Carswell
Property[6] 30 Nov, 4 Dec 1945 Clear Lake, Skagit, Washington, United Statespurchased and sold lots
Property[7] 6 Feb 1946 Skagit, Washington, United Statespurchased property
Divorce Abt 1947 from Rosalind Margaret Carswell
Property[7] 18 Jan 1947 Skagit, Washington, United Statessold property
Residence[8] 1955 Kennewick, Benton, Washington, United States
Residence[9] January 1962 Abqaiq, Ash-Sharqīyah, Ash-Sharqīyah, Saudi Arabiamentioned in father's obituary
Residence[10] May 1983 Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United Statesmentioned in mother's obituary
Death[11] March 1998 Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington, United States
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Burke County, Garmes Township, in North Dakota. Assessor. North Dakota state census schedules, 1915. (Bismarck, North Dakota: State Historical Society, 19--), HH #7, Families 9-11, Primary quality.

    Guel, John, native white male, age 29
    Anderson, Carl, foreign born male, age 22
    Knott, George H., native born male, age 29
    Knott, Mrs. George H., native born female, age 26
    Knott, Henry G., native born male, age 5
    Knott, John Gordon, native born male, age 3

  2. Washington, Skagit, Sedro Woolley City, Ward 2, in United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920. Washington, 1920 federal census : soundex and population schedules. (Washington [District of Columbia]: The National Archives, 193-?), HH 92, Family 94; FHL ##1821935, Primary quality.

    Ferry Street [between 745 Ferry and 731 Ferry]
    Knott, George H., head, owns home free of mortgage, white male, married, able to read and write, born Illinois, father born Holland (native tongue Dutch), mother born Germany (native tongue German), speaks English, laborer, condenser (industry/business), wage worker, Farm Schedule 234
    , Neva E., wife, white female, age 33, married, able to read and write, born Iowa, both parents born Michigan, speaks English, no occupation
    , Henry G., son, white male, age 9, single, attended school, born North Dakota, father born Illinois, mother born Iowa
    , Gordon, son, white male, age 7, single, attended school, born North Dakota, father born Illinois, mother born Iowa
    , Norman, son, white male, age 2 9/12, single, born North Dakota, father born Illinois, mother born Iowa

  3. Washington, Skagit, East Clear Lake, in United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T626), HH 25, Fam 25, Primary quality.

    Knott, George H., head, owned home, lived on farm, white male, age 44, 1st married age 23, able to read and write, born IL, father born Holland, mother born Germany, able to speak English, laborer in logging camp, worked yesterday, not a veteran, farm schedule #20
    , Neva E., wife, white female, age 43, 1st married age 21, able to read and write, born IA, father born Wales, mother born WI, able to speak English
    , Henry G., son, white male, age 19, single, able to read and write, born ND
    , Gordon J., son, white male, age 17, single, able to read and write, born ND
    , Norman P., son, white male, age 13, single, able to read and write, born ND

  4. United States. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Secondary quality.

    Henry G. Knott, b. 1910, North Dakota;
    resident Skagit County, Washington;
    enlisted 22 Oct 1940, Fort Lewis, Washington,
    Private, Air Corps, regular army;
    Education 4 years high school,
    occupation Gas and Oil Man (Simiskilled mechanics and repairmen, motor vehicles),
    single, no dependents, height 70, weight 153
    Army Serial Number: 19016613

  5. Skagit, Washington, United States. Powers of Attorney Northwest Washington Regional Archives, Vol. 6, p. 544, Primary quality.

    No. 350170
    Power of Attorney, Harding Field, Batton Rouge, LA
    Henry G. Knott, US Army, appoints Mrs. Neva E. Knott his true and lawful attorney in fact for 60 months, from March 2, 1942 to do and perform as I might or could if personally present.
    Signed 3 March 1942, Henry G. Knott
    Witnesses: Charles A. Ulrey, Wendell P. Kibler, Edward Thirud, A. J. Spedale NP State of Louisiana Parish of East Baton Rouge
    Filed at request of Mrs. Neva Knot 13 Mar 1942

  6. Skagit, Washington, United States. Skagit County Deed Records Northwest Washington Regional Archives, Vol 205, pp. 117, 118.

    - No. 385815
    Chas. E. Smith a widower
    for $900 paid by
    Henry G. Knott and Margaret Knott his wife
    for Lots 2 and 11, Block 6, “North Park Addition to Clear Lake” according to plat in Skagit County Auditors office Vol 4 of Plats, p. 16
    Dated 30 Nov 1945
    Signed Chase E. Smith
    Witness 3 Dec 1945 Charles J. Wiker, NP Sedro Woolley
    Filed 4 Dec 1945 at request of Skagit Co Abstract [which handles/processes mgts?]
    - No. 385816
    Henry G. Knott and Margaret Knott his wife
    For $2100 paid by Fred A Price and Rhoda Price his wife
    Lots 2 and 11, Block 6, North Partk Addition to Clear Lake according to Plat
    Dated 1 Dec 1945
    Signed Henry G. Knott, Margaret Knott
    Witness 1 Dec 1945, Chas J. Wicker, NP Sedro Woolley
    Filed 4 Dec 1945 at request of Skagit Co. Abs Co.

  7. 7.0 7.1 Skagit, Washington, United States. Skagit County Deed Records Northwest Washington Regional Archives.

    Vol 207, p. 440 - #389486
    Milford C. Swartos and Constance Swartos his wife
    For $4000 paid by
    Henry G. Knott and Rosalind M. Knott his wife
    N1/2 of the S2/5 of the S1/2 of the SW1/4 of the NE1/4 of the SE1/4, S14, T35N, R4E
    Except the East 15 ft
    Dated 6 Feb 1946
    Signed Milford C. Swartos, Constance Swartos
    Witness Charles J. Wicker, NP, Sedro Woolley
    Recorded 14 Mar 1946
    ---
    Vol 215, p. 474 - #400347
    Henry G. Knott and Rosalind M. his wife
    for $4400 paid by
    Wallace R. Ellestad and Lorna Ellestad his wife
    N1/2 of the SE1/4, S14, T35N, R4E, except the east 15 ft
    Subject to a mortgage to C. E. Bingham and Co a Washington Corp, dated 12 Mar 1946, recorded 14 Mar 1946, with balance owing of $13,643.04, which grantees hereby assume as part of the consideration above.
    Dated 18 Jan 1947
    Signed Henry G. Knott, Rosalind M. Knott
    Witness Charles J. Wicker, NP, Sedro Woolley
    Recorded 24 Jan 1947

  8. Polk’s Pasco-Kennewick (Benton and Franklin Counties Washington) Directory, 1955, R. L. Polk & Co., Seattle, WA, p. 253.

    Knott, Geo H. (Neva) h1228 W1st av (K)
    - Knott, Henry G. (Evalina) emp Arabian Am Oil, r1228 W 1st av (K)

  9. Knott, George H. Knott, in Knott Family Obituaries, Secondary quality.
  10. Neva (Jones) Knott , in Jones Family Obituaries, Secondary quality.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index.

    Henry G Knott, b.16 May 1910, d. 05 Mar 1998 (Verified by family member)
    Last residence, 98310 (Bremerton, Kitsap, WA)
    SS issued Oregon

  12. East Clear Lake, Skagit, Washington, in United States. 1940 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T627), ED 29-22, HH 159, Primary quality.

    Day Creek Road, owned property worth $250
    Knott, George H., head, 45, married, completed 2 years college, b. IL, living in same house in 1935, occupation - cutting shakes, self-employed, received income from sources other than wages, had a farm
    , Neva (informant), wife, 42, married, completed 2 years college? [appears to be a question mark on page], b. IA, living in the same house in 1935, no job, does housework
    , Henry, son, 29, single, complete 4 yrs high school, b. ND, living in same house in 1935, works for pay, 40 hrs/wek, cuttoff man in shingle mill, worked 39 weeks in 1939, income = $600, no other source of income
    , Gordon, son, 26, single, completed 4 yrs of college, living in same house in 1935, had work [but may have been seeking work - unclear on page], cutting shakes, self-employed, earned $450 in 1939, no other income