Person:Stephen Wardwell (2)

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Stephen Henry Wardwell
b.9 OCT 1816 Andover, Essex, MA
m. 11 Jun 1812
  1. Simon Willard Wardwell1813 - 1899
  2. Thomas George Wardwell1814 - 1900
  3. Stephen Henry Wardwell1816 - 1907
  4. Hiram H. Wardwell1818 - 1906
  5. Margaret Elizabeth Wardwell1820 - 1906
  6. William Henry Wardwell1823 - 1896
  7. Lucy Ann Wardwell1825 - AFT 1910
  8. Hannah Barker Wardwell1827 - 1856
  9. Gilbert Barker Wardwell1829 - 1895
  10. Henrietta Cecelia Wardwell1829 - 1913
  11. Ephraim P. WardwellABT 1830 -
  12. Jeremy Barker Wardwell1831 - 1913
m. 19 OCT 1848
  1. Unnamed Wardwell - 1861
  2. Stephen Harrison Wardwell1849 - 1925
  3. John Langdon Wardwell1851 - 1852
  4. Susan Maria Wardwell1852 -
  5. Robert Burns Wardwell1855 - 1927
  6. Isabel Clark Wardwell1856 - AFT 1920
  7. Alfred S. Wardwell1859 - 1859
  8. Kate L. Wardwell1862 -
m. 20 SEP 1888
Facts and Events
Name Stephen Henry Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 9 OCT 1816 Andover, Essex, MA
Marriage 19 OCT 1848 to Nancy E. Barker
Marriage 20 SEP 1888 Lynn, Essex, MAto Annie A. Stimpson
Death[2] 4 MAY 1907 Swampscott, Essex, MA
Burial[3] 7 MAY 1907 Swampscott Cemetery, Swampscott, MA
Occupation? Innkeeper in 1850, Boarding House Owner in 1860, Hotel Keeper in 1880, Landlord in 1900

In Lynn at 1850 census, $3000 in real estate. In Swampscott at 1860 census with real estate valued at $3000. Living in Swampscott at 1870 census with real estate valued at $3000. In Swampscott at 1880 census, with sons Stephen and Robert and daughter Kate. Listed in the 1895-96 Swampscott Directory living at 72 Humphrey Street.

In Swampscott with wife Annie at 1900 census.

"In the death of Stephen H. Wardwell, Swampscott has lost an old time and highly respected citizen. Active during his business career, he brought thousands of dollars into the town, and after retiring from the hotel business he led a quitet life, partly due to his failing health, and partly to his devotion to a loving family. There is hardly a man in the town who was better known than Mr. Wardwell, although he never sought any political office of any sort. Mr. Wardwell was born in Andover on October 9, 1816, the son of Simon Willard and Margaret Wardwell, and has lived in Swampscott for 66 years. For the past 35 years, it has been the custom of the deceased to spend the winter months in Ormond, Fla., where he has a brother, and last October he and his son, S.H. Wardwell and wife, accompanied him to that place. He was taken sick Feb. 4 and in the latter part of March, R.B. Wardwell of this town was sent for. The two brothers returned home with him on April 7. The relatives who survive are two sons, Stephen H. and Robert B., both of this town, three daughters, Mrs. John G. Stanley, Mrs. Curtis Merritt of Swampscott, and Mrs. B. B. Buck of Newton Centre, and one brother J.B. Wardwell of Ormond, Fla., and two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Ware and Miss Nettie C. Wardwell of Clifton." -Lynn Daily Item, May 6, 1907

Death record lists middle name as Harrison. Died of Old Age. Living at 174 Humphrey Street at death.

References
  1. Andover, Massachusetts Vital Records.
  2. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Return of a Death 1907 Vol 96 Pg 173.
  3. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Return of a Death 1907 Vol 96 Pg 173.