Person:Edwin Wardwell (2)

Watchers
Edwin Reynolds Wardwell
b.13 APR 1857 Swampscott, Essex, MA
d.31 AUG 1935 Chelsea, Suffolk, MA
m. 9 JAN 1853
  1. Gilbert Barker Wardwell1854 - 1935
  2. James WardwellABT 1855 -
  3. Edwin Reynolds Wardwell1857 - 1935
  • HEdwin Reynolds Wardwell1857 - 1935
  • WEmma Lord Hay1860 - 1935
m. 7 SEP 1880
  1. Gilbert Barker Wardwell1881 - 1881
  2. Mary Abbie Wardwell1884 - 1962
  3. Anna Lois Wardwell1888 -
  4. Arthur Edwin Wardwell1889 - 1981
  5. Gardner Barker Wardwell1891 - 1963
  6. Clarence Hay Wardwell1894 - 1896
  7. Edwin Reynolds Wardwell, Jr.1897 - 1976
Facts and Events
Name Edwin Reynolds Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 13 APR 1857 Swampscott, Essex, MA
Marriage 7 SEP 1880 Salem, Essex, MAto Emma Lord Hay
Death[2] 31 AUG 1935 Chelsea, Suffolk, MA
Occupation? Clerk in 1880, Agent in 1888, Grocer in 1889, Soap Salesman in 1910, Army Supply Checker in 1920, Grocery Salesman in 1930

Name is Eben in 1870 Census in Swampscott. Living with Lord Family in Salem at 1880 census. In 1884 Salem Directory listed as a salesman. In 1888, listed in Salem, MA Directory as agent for Fleischman's Yeast. 1895 Salem Directory lists him as a clerk, living at 8 Dearborn.

Living in Melrose at 1900, 1910 and 1920 Census. Living in Melrose with brother-in-law Charles Hay at 1930 census.

"Edward grew up in Swampscott. He lived in Salem and Swampscott until 1897 when they moved to Reading and two years later moved to Melrose, where their children attended school. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War I and was a member of the Second Corps of Cadets and also of the Eighth Regiment Infantry of Salem."

"The Antecedants of Gilbert Barker Wardwell (1829-1895) and his Descendants" by David Sargent Wardwell"

In 1900 Melrose Directory, listed as traveling salesman, at 180 Franklin Street. In the 1910 & 1912 Danvers Directory, he is listed as a poultry dealer & fruit grower at 31 Elliott.

References
  1. William Wardwell of Andover With an Informal Collection of His Descendants through the 8th Generation, Majorie Wardwell Otten 2002.
  2. Index to Massachusetts Deaths 1931-1935.