Person:Ernestine Wardwell (1)

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Ernestine Wardwell
b.MAY 1881 Maryland
d.26 NOV 1963 Washington, DC
m. 18 JUN 1867
  1. Edith Arberilla Wardwell1868 - BEF 1963
  2. John Stanley Wardwell1873 - AFT 1930
  3. Egbert Wardwell1874 - 1875
  4. Clifton Robinson Wardwell1874 - 1936
  5. Estelle Wardwell1876 - 1958
  6. Helen Wardwell1877 - BEF 1880
  7. Mabel Vinton Wardwell1879 - BEF 1963
  8. Ernestine Wardwell1881 - 1963
  9. Simon Willard Wardwell1883 - 1949
Facts and Events
Name Ernestine Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] MAY 1881 Maryland
Death[2] 26 NOV 1963 Washington, DC
Burial[3] 29 NOV 1963 Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, MD
Occupation? Stenographer in 1930

"The submarine torpedo boat Plunger, building for the United States Navy, was launched at noon Saturday from the yard of the Columbian Iron Works, Locust Point. About 2,000 persons witnessed the ceremony. Miss Ernestine Wardwell, daughter of Colonel E. H. Wardwell, christened the boat by breaking a bottle of wine across her bow as she started down the ways. Mr. W. O. Breckenbaugh sang three verses of a song composed by himself to the tune of 'Maryland. My Maryland,' and which was dedicated to the boat, the inventor, Mr. John P. Holland, and to Mr. William T. Malster, President of the shipbuilding company. Mr. Francis Putnam Stevens made an address. Three cheers were given for Messrs. Malster and Holland by the spectators." -Washington Post 04 October 1914

Living with Sister Estelle in Baltimore at 1910 census. Living as a Lodger in Washington at 1930 census.

"On Tuesday, November 26, 1963, at Georgetown University Hospital, ERNESTINE WARDWELL, beloved sister of Mrs. Walter A. Saunders of Washington, D.C. and Hillaire P. Wardwell of Tampa, Fla. She is also survived by nieces and five nephews including Donald J. Shanklin of Silver Spring, Md. and John W. Shanklin of Colmar Manor, Md. Service at the Takoma Funeral Home, 254 Carroll St. NW on Friday, November 29 at 10 am. Interment Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. at 12 noon." -Washington Post 28 November 1963

References
  1. 1900 United States Census.
  2. Washington Post 28 November 1963.

    Washington Post 28 November 1963

  3. Washington Post 28 November 1963.