Person:Thomas Willard (14)

Watchers
Thomas WILLARD
d.
m. 20 APR 1886
  1. Bessie M. Willard1888 - Aft 1966
  2. Mary WILLARD1889 -
  3. Lilliann Willard1892 - Bef 1966
  4. Thomas WILLARD1894 -
  5. George WILLARD1896 -
  6. Ella Lu WILLARD1899 - 1966
  7. Charlott WILLARD1902 -
  8. Raymond WillardAbt 1904 - Aft 1966
  9. Nora WillardAbt 1907 - Aft 1966
Facts and Events
Name[2] Thomas WILLARD
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] SEP 1894 Bay City, Bay, Michigan (8th Ward), USA
Alt Birth[2] ABT 1895 Michigan, USA
Residence[2] 1900 Bay City Ward 6, Bay, Michigan/
Occupation? 12 MAY 1910 Brant, Saginaw, Michigan, USAfarm laborer working out
Death? Y
Other[4] 5 JUN 1917 Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, USAWW1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918 Military
Alt Death? BEF 24 MAR 1966
References
  1. 1900 census
    A-Sheet 14.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census. (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2004;)
    Database online. Bay, Michigan, ED 37, roll T623 701, page 14A.

    Record for Thomas Willard _ABBR: Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004), Database online. Bay, Michigan, ED 37, roll T623 701, page 14A.

    Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004), Database online. Bay, Michigan, ED 37, roll T623 701, page 14A.

  3. 1900 census, Bay City, Bay, MI</b>, taken 13 Jun 1900, Sheet 14-A, Dwelling # 305 Family # 313, says Thomas Willard, son, male, b. Sep 1894, 5 yrs, single, b. MI, father b. Canada English, mother b. NY
    <b>1910 Census, Brant, Saginaw, MI,</b> taken 12 May 1910, Sheet 13-B, Dwelling # 250, Family # 260, says Thomas Willard, son, male, 16 yrs, single, b. MI, father b. Canada french, mother b. NY, farm laborer, working out, can read & write</li>
  4. <b>WW1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918,</b> Form 1-5405, # 22, says Thomas Willard, age 22, address 2215 Proctor Detroit, MI, b 27 Sep 1894, natural born, b. in Bay City, Bay, MI, USA, citizen, laborer @ Peninsulas Stove Works, on Fort St, says he has a wife, father & mother dependent on him for support, married, caucasian, doesn't claim exemption from draft, signed Thomas Willard, he is tall, slender in build with gray eyes and dark brown hair, not bald, not disabled, Precinet # 10, Detroit, MI dated <b>5 Jun 1917