Person:Theodore Wardwell (3)

Watchers
Theodore Maxwell Wardwell
b.19 JUL 1895 Pembina, Pembina, ND
d.FEB 1965 Pinellas, Fl
m. 1878
  1. Mary Winona Wardwell1878 -
  2. Sidney Lorenzo Wardwell1880 -
  3. James C. Wardwell1882 -
  4. Edith Wardwell1884 - 1982
  5. Frank Arthur Wardwell1886 - 1981
  6. Mabel Wardwell1887 -
  7. Marjorie Wardwell1890 - 1976
  8. Frederick Chaffee Wardwell1893 - 1980
  9. Theodore Maxwell Wardwell1895 - 1965
  10. Robert Hayes Wardwell1897 - 1982
  11. Adna Romanza Chaffee Wardwell1900 - 1988
m. ABT 1923
  1. Theodore Maxwell Wardwell, Jr.ABT 1925 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name Theodore Maxwell Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 19 JUL 1895 Pembina, Pembina, ND
Marriage ABT 1923 to Lucretia Unknown
Death[2] FEB 1965 Pinellas, Fl
Occupation? City Manager in 1930

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

Roster of the Men and Women Who Served in the Army or Naval Service (Including the Marine Corps) of the United States or its Allies from the State of North Dakota in the World War, 1917-1918 Volume 4 Rich to Zygmond:

Name: Theodore Maxwell Wardwell Army #: 509,277 Registrant: yes, Pembina county Birth Place: Pembina, N. Dak. Birth Date: 19 Jul 1895 Parent's Origin: of American parents Occupation: civil engineer Comment: inducted at Cavalier on May 11, 1918; sent to Fort Logan, Colo.; served in Company D, 23rd Machine Gun Battalion, to discharge. Grade: Corporal, July 10, 1918. Discharged at Camp Dodge, Iowa, on Feb. 12, 1919, as a Corporal.

Living in Rhinelander, Wisconsin at 1930 census where he is listed as the City Manager, renting for $60/month.

"City Manager Theodore Wardwell and County Chairman Gale Huber have notified all men in Rhinelander and Oneida country receiving unemployment relief that they will have to perform road work or be removed from the list. The men will be paid 20 cents per hour. Wardwell said the plan would be put into effect as soon as it is approved by the Wisconsin Industrial Commission." -Ironwood (Michigan) Daily Globe 14 April 1933

"City Manager T.M. Wardwell today predicted a $3 boost in the city tax rate following tentative approval by the city council of 1948 budget estimates totaling $705,915. Wardwell estimated the boost would bring the tax rate to $36 per $1,000 valuation." -Waukesha Daily Freeman 12 November 1947

Appointed to Wisconsin State Aeronautics Commission in 1945.

References
  1. North Dakota Military Men, 1917-18 ancestry.com.
  2. Florida Death Index 1877-1998 ancestry,com.