Person:George Wardwell (47)

Watchers
George Adelphus Wardwell
d.BEF 1945
m. 4 JUN 1870
  1. George Adelphus WardwellABT 1870 - BEF 1945
  2. Elon Alavarous Wardwell1878 -
m. 31 DEC 1892
  1. Willis Harold Wardwell1905 - 1982
  • HGeorge Adelphus WardwellABT 1870 - BEF 1945
  • WAnnie , I.ABT 1894 - 1974
m. 1917
Facts and Events
Name George Adelphus Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] ABT 1870 Clinton, Kennebec, Maine, United States
Marriage 31 DEC 1892 South Livermore, Androscoggin, MEto Roselia Lillian Goding
Marriage 1917 Quincy, Norfolk, MAto Annie , I.
Death? BEF 1945
Occupation? Mechanic in 1892, Foreman in 1905 and 1910, Theatre Manager in 1916 & 1920, Norfolk County Constable in 1930 & 1932

Listed in the Clinton and Benton register, 1904, as a machinist.

1894 Quincy Directory lists him as a machinist living at 65 Central Avenue. 1898,1903 & 1904 Quincy Directory lists him as foreman at T.R.S. Co., living at 146 Taylor. Living at 174 Whitwell St., Quincy, Mass. in 1921 Clinton: Former Residents of Clinton Clinton, Maine Old Home Week, August 7-14, 1921 Under auspices of the Clinton Old Home Week Association

In Quincy in 1905 at 159 Arlington Street when son is born. Listed as living at 196 Farrington Street in 1909 Quincy Directory. In Quincy on North Central Avenue at 1910. 1912 Quincy directory lists him living at 67 North Central. 1914 Quincy Directory lists him as the manager of the Kincaide Theatre, living at 25 Millers Stile Road. In Quincy at 1920 census, living at 15 Hobomack Road. Son Willis is called stepson, an error. 1926 Quincy Directory lists him as a clerk, living at 203 Centre. 1929 Quincy Directory lists him as Secretary of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, living at 17 White. 1930 & 1933 Quincy Directory lists him as a constable, living at 21 Abigail. Living at 303 Plymouth Street in Quincy at 1930 census, renting for $40/month. Willis is called his son in this census. Listed in 1932 Quincy City Directory living at 21 Abigail. 1938 Quincy Directory lists him as a constable, living at 34 Hancock. 1943 Quincy Directory lists him as retired, living at 18 Douse Road in Wollaston.

Edwardsville (Illinois) Intelligencer 03 February 1916: "Courtesy for Uniform Washington, DC - While national legislation is framing to make discrimination against the uniform of enlisted men of the army, navy and United States marine corps a misdemeanor, Major General Geo. Barnett, commanding the marine corps, has been officially informed that the manager of Kincaide's Theatre, a vaudeville show house in Quincy, Mass., welcomes enlisted men in uniform, and has, on many occasions personally escorted marines to choice seats in the orchestra circle, and otherwise extended courtesies to them. General Barnett, on behalf of the officers and enlisted men of the United States marine corps, has adressed a letter of thanks and appreciation to Colonel Kincaide and George A. Wardwell, lessee and manager of the theatre."

References
  1. Quincy, Massachusetts Vital Records 1892, Volume 425, Page 495.