Person:Sumner Wardwell (3)

Watchers
Sumner Chandler Wardwell
  1. Frank Crossman Wardwell1873 - 1951
  2. James M. Wardwell1878 - 1929
  3. Sumner Chandler Wardwell1881 - 1961
m. 22 FEB 1904
  1. Cory Wardwell
  2. Bessie Mary Wardwell1906 - 2002
  3. Marion Florence Wardwell1908 - 1990
  4. Ernest Myron Wardwell1910 - 2000
  5. Kenneth Nathan Wardwell1912 - 1973
  6. Jessie May Wardwell1914 - 2005
  7. Glen Raymond Wardwell1916 - 1972
  8. Victoria Wardwell1919 - 1919
  9. June Edna Wardwell1921 - 1977
  10. Gordon Earl Wardwell1922 - 1945
Facts and Events
Name Sumner Chandler Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 31 JAN 1881 Pittsfield, Rutland, VT
Marriage 22 FEB 1904 to Maude Severence
Death[2] 9 MAR 1961 Randolph, Orange, VT
Burial? 12 MAR 1961 Prosper Cemetery, Prosper, VT
Occupation? Servant in 1900, Farm Laborer in 1910 & 1918, Laborer in 1920, Farmer in 1930

In Woodstock, VT at 1900 census. In Pittsfield, VT at 1910 census. Living in Mount Holly, Vermont at 1920 census. In Woodstock at 1930 census.

World War I Draft Registration Card says he was tall and slender with blue eyes and gray hair.

He was living in Woodstock, VT when he registered for the World War II Draft and was unemployed.

Sumner Wardwell died March 9, 1961. Saturday at 2 p.m., services were held in the Cabot funeral home here for Sumner Chandler Wardwell, 80, who died Thursday at the Gifford Memorial hospital in Randolph. The Rev. Doris Rikert, pastor of the North Pomfret Congregational church conducted the service. Entombment was in Riverside cemetery. Born in Pittsfield Jan. 31, 1881, he was the son of Myron and Mary (Crossman) Wardwell. He was a relative of the first settlers of Pittsfield. Mr. Wardwell is survived by his wife, Maude; four daughters, Mrs. Harry Berg of Ira, Mrs. Marian Peoples of Wardsboro, Mass., Mrs. George Johnson of Woodstock, and Mrs. Irving Whitcomb of Taftsville; three sons, Ernest and Kenneth of Woodstock and Glen Wardwell of North Pomfret; 17 grandchildren and 20 great-children; and nieces and nephews. -Vermont Standard, March 16, 1961

References
  1. Vermont Standard, March 16, 1961.
  2. Vermont Standard, March 16, 1961.