Person:John Wardwell (4)

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John Smith Wardwell
b.2 OCT 1809 Saco, York, ME
d.22 MAY 1884 Salem, Essex, MA
m. 15 DEC 1804
  1. Simon Wardwell1805 - 1902
  2. Eliza Ann Wardwell1807 - BET 1892 AND 1902
  3. John Smith Wardwell1809 - 1884
  4. Lydia Wardwell1812 - BEF 1892
  5. Albert Wardwell1812 - 1859
  6. Sarah Jane Wardwell1813 - 1881
  7. George Henry Wardwell1816 - 1834
  8. Gideon Church Wardwell1818 - 1893
m. 9 JUN 1836
  1. John Smith Wardwell1837 - 1909
  2. Lydia Lavina Wardwell1839 - 1907
  3. Martha Jane Wardwell1842 - 1864
  4. Julia Ann Wardwell1844 - 1902
  5. Edwin Augustus Wardwell1847 - 1849
  6. Edwin A. Wardwell1850 - 1850
  7. Clara P. Wardwell1856 - 1948
Facts and Events
Name John Smith Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 2 OCT 1809 Saco, York, ME
Marriage 9 JUN 1836 Salem, Essex, MAto Lavina Holt Pace
Death[2] 22 MAY 1884 Salem, Essex, MA
Occupation? Shoemaker in 1850, Laborer in 1860, Watchman in 1861, Gardener in 1870
Burial? Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, MA

According to his brother, Simon Wardwell's obituary, John settled in Salem, Massachusetts. Listed in Salem City Directory in 1837, cordwainer on North court. Living in Salem at 1850 ($500 in real estate) and 1860 census with real estate valued at $1200 and personal estate value of $200. Listed in 1850 Salem Directory as a shoemaker with house at 20 Hathorne. Living at 20 Hathorne in 1861. An Eleanor B. Wardwell is living at the same address. In Salem at 1870 Census with real estate valued at $2000. Two John Wardwells are listed in the Salem Business Directory in 1861, most likely him and his son. They lived at 11 and 20 Hathorne Street. Died of Cancer. Gravestone reads "With Patience and Resignation Bore His Sufferings".

References
  1. First book of records of the town of Pepperellborough, now the city of Saco Portland, Me.: Thurston Print, 1896,.
  2. Salem, Massachusetts Vital Records.