Person:Charles Wardwell (33)

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Charles W. Wardwell
d.4 JUN 1945 Los Angeles, CA
m. 3 OCT 1852
  1. George B. WardwellABT 1853 - 1873
  2. Charles W. Wardwell1859 - 1945
  3. Mary Florence Martin Wardwell1874 - BEF 1910
m. ABT 1898
Facts and Events
Name Charles W. Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 5 NOV 1859 Plymouth, Grafton, NH
Marriage ABT 1898 to Emma M. Hacquard
Death[2] 4 JUN 1945 Los Angeles, CA
Occupation? Railroad Bookkeeper in 1880 & 1900, Mine Operator in 1910, Apartment House Clerk in 1930

Listed in 1880 & 1881 Concord, NH Directories as a Freight Clerk for the Concord Railroad.

Living in Los Angeles at 1900 census, in Pasadena at 1910 & 1920. In Los Angeles at 1930, paying $20/month rent.

"E.S. Osborne and C.W. Wardwell have taken over a group of mines near Parker and hereafter they will be known as the Wardwell & Osborne group. The gentlemen have built a barge and last Monday shipped to the mines six tons of mining and household supplies. The properties are among the best in the region. The ores run high in gold and copper and are one of the best copper belts in Arizona." -Arizona Republic 19 February 1904.

"C.W. Wardwell, for the past 11 years station agent at the Southern Pacific at Maricopa, was yesterday transferred to the station at Bowie, where he will, with his family in the future make his home." -Arizona Republic 06 November 1905

"Freight Agent in Exonerated Federal Court in Arizona Dismisses Indictment Against C.W. Wardwell The Federal Grand Jury indictment against Charles W. Wardwell, Southern Pacific agent at Menlo Park, in which Wardwell was charged with conspiring with certain shippers at Bowie, Arizona, while agent there in 1911, to bill cars at a weight less than the actual weight of the shipment, was dismissed on Wednesday. Wardwell was arrested at Menlo Park on April 30. The Southern Pacific company furnished a bond for his appearance and at the hearing in Bowie on Wednesday, the court dismissed the indictment, the fact being brought out that at the time of the alleged conspiracy, there were no track scales at Bowie. Wardwell also convinced the court that if any misbilling was done that it was an imposition on him. Wardwell has been in the employ of the Southern Pacific company for 30 years and has always borne an excellent reputation. The court in Arizona fully exonerated Wardwell." -Oakland (California) Tribune 03 May 1912

Arrived in New Orleans 18 December 1922 aboard the Excelsior which had sailed from Havana.

References
  1. New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945 Ancestry.Com.

    New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945 Ancestry.Com.

  2. California Deaths, 1940-97 Ancestry.Com.