Person:George Wardwell (45)

Watchers
George Elmer Wardwell
b.27 SEP 1885 Maine
m. 14 MAY 1882
  1. Isaac Edward Wardwell1883 - BEF 1951
  2. George Elmer Wardwell1885 - 1947
  3. Fred Robert Wardwell1888 -
  4. Sarah L. Wardwell1889 -
  5. Almira A. Wardwell1892 -
  6. Mary S. Wardwell1893 -
  7. Edward Wardwell1902 - 1959
Facts and Events
Name George Elmer Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 27 SEP 1885 Maine
Death[2] 6 OCT 1947 Portland, Cumberland, ME
Burial[3] 9 OCT 1947 Forest City Cemetery, Portland, ME
Occupation? Box Maker in 1918, Construction Worker in 1930

Listed in 1910 Lewiston Directory as Hostler boarding at 10 High Street. World War I Draft Registration Card says he was short (5'4") with brown eyes and dark hair. He was working for the Brackett Box Factory in Portland. Living with his brother Edward in South Portland at 1930 census.

"In Portland, Oct. 6, George E. Wardwell, aged 62 years. Funeral services Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the chapel of James A. Martin & Son, 17 Myrtle Street. Internment in Forest City Cemetery." -Portland (Maine) Press Herald 08 October 1947

References
  1. The National Archives, Civil War Pension, Certificate 794990.
  2. Portland (Maine) Press Herald 08 October 1947.

    Portland (Maine) Press Herald 08 October 1947

  3. Portland (Maine) Press Herald 08 October 1947.