Person:George Wardwell (4)

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George Henry Wardwell
b.18 APR 1834 Andover, Essex, MA
d.26 DEC 1903 Lynn, Essex, MA
m. 14 AUG 1830
  1. Eliakim Albert Wardwell1831 - 1834
  2. George Henry Wardwell1834 - 1903
  3. Henry Wardwell1834 - BEF 1850
  4. Ellen Wardwell1836 - AFT 1902
  5. Margaret Eliza Wardwell1838 - 1879
  6. Albert Wardwell1840 - 1844
  7. Alfred Wardwell1841 - 1904
  8. Mary Mariah Wardwell1844 -
  9. Georgianna Wardwell1846 - 1930
  10. Matilda Wardwell1847 - AFT 1902
  11. Eliza Dodge Wardwell1848 - BEF 1860
m. 20 APR 1854
  1. Emma Dora Wardwell1855 - 1936
  2. Annie E. Wardwell1863 - 1866
  3. Mary Ella Wardwell1866 - 1962
  4. Herbert Wardwell1868 - 1935
  5. Gertrude May Wardwell1871 - 1949
Facts and Events
Name George Henry Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 APR 1834 Andover, Essex, MA
Marriage 20 APR 1854 Lawrence, Essex, MAto Eliza Ann Wallace
Death[2] 26 DEC 1903 Lynn, Essex, MA
Occupation? Machinist in 1860, 1870, 1885 & 1888, Woolen Mill Worker in 1880
Burial? Spring Grove Cemetery, Andover, MA

In Lowell at 1860 census, personal estate valued at $150. In Lowell City Directory 1861, occupation Machinist. Living in Andover at 1870 census with real estate valued at $200. Living in Lawrence at 1880 census. Listed in 1885 Lawrence Directory living at 112 Concord. Living at 114 Concord in 1888 & 1889. Living in Lynn at the time of his father's death in 1902.

"George H. Wardwell, a native of Andover and a former resident of Lawrence, having been for 15 years a foreman at the Pacific mills, died Saturday morning at 15 Deer Park, Lynn, of cancer of the stomach. Mr. Wardwell was born in Andover 69 years ago. He attended the public schools here and Phillips academy, being a member of the class of '49. After leaving school at the age of 17, he learned the machinist's trade in Lawrence. He married Eliza A. Wallace of Lawrence a few years later and when the machinist business became dull in New England he went to Pittsburgh, Pa., where he remained five years as foreman in a machine shop. On his return to this vicinity he entered the employ of the David & Furber machine shop at North Andover and remained with the concern several years. He then went back to Lawrnce and for 15 years was employed as foreman in the Pacific Mills. He removed to Lynn fourteen years ago and up to last July he was employed by the Thompson Electric Welding Company. If he had lived until next April, he and his wife would have rounded out a half century of married life. Besides his wife he leaves a son, Herbert Wardwell of Quincy, and 3 daughters: Mrs. Albion Foss of Lynn, Mrs. Edward L. Jacques of Haverhill and Mrs. Albert Lee of Concord. He was the eldest son of Margaret Eliza Frye (Dodge) and Simon Wardwell (1805-1902). Three sisters reside in Andover: Mrs. I. C. Randall, Mrs. Georgiana Dole, and Mrs. E. D. Ladd. He was a member of Kearsarge encampment, I.O.O.F. of Lawrence. The funeral was held at Lynn Tuesday noon and the body was brought to Andover. Burial was in Spring Gove Cemetery. The services were in charge of the Odd Fellows."

References
  1. Andover, Massachusetts Vital Records.
  2. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Return of a Death 1903 Vol 34 Pg 475.