Person:Wallace Sloan (1)

Watchers
m. 13 JUN 1909
  1. Donald Emerson Sloan1910 - 1983
  2. Wallace Edward Sloan1916 - 1964
  3. Hilda Jean Sloan1924 - 2001
  • HWallace Edward Sloan1916 - 1964
m. Oct 1937
m. 19 May 1942
Facts and Events
Name Wallace Edward Sloan
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 19 Mar 1916 Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio, United States
Census? 1920 Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio, United States648 N. Detroit St.
Census? 1930 Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio, United States648 N. Detroit St.
Marriage Oct 1937 Ohio, United States[1st wife]
to
Military[7] 1942 WWII - Corporal, 2 Weather SQ AAF
Marriage 19 May 1942 Richmond, Wayne, Indiana, United States[2nd wife]
to Beverly Jayne Brown
Education? 27 Jan 1950 Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United StatesB.A. Drake University, Geography
Occupation? Topographer US Army Map Service
Residence? Montgomery, Maryland, United States
Death[3][2] 1 Mar 1964 Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio, United States
Burial[2][7] 4 Mar 1964 Bellefontaine Cemetery, Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio, United States

Research and Family Notes

  • attended Ohio State University but did not graduate.
  • Played drums in the marching band. Was the first drummer to dot the I in the Ohio script that the band made at football games.
  • Graduated 27 Jan 1950 BA Drake University, Ft Des Moines, Polk Co., IA ; (Geographer)
  • Worked for US Army Map Service, MD. (1950 -1957)
  • Lived in Viers Mill Village, Silver Spring, Montgomery Co., MD and then moved across the road to Connecticut Avenue Estates.
  • Worked as a salesman for Anchor Fence Co., Wheaton, Montgomery Co., MD.
  • Owned and operated Logan Co. Fence Company from 1959 -1963
  • Helped his mother run Sloan's Cottonwood Resort at Indian Lake, OH where he would sit in for the drummer during practice with all of the big bands of the 1930s. Then when it came time to play, the drummer was usually too drunk, so they would have him play with them.
  • Living with his mother when he died (bad nerves and couldn't stay at home by himself). He was watching the Ed Sullivan show and about half way through told his mother that he was tired and was going to bed. A couple of minutes later she heard a thud in the bathroom. He had a heart attack and fell and hit his head on the radiator (that is what she had heard). He was already dead.
References
  1. Birth Record, in copy of birth certificate. Copy of birth certificate.

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Death Notice, in copy of obit. Copy of obit.

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  3. Death Record, in copy of death certificate. Copy of death certificate.

    Death Certificate: 20610
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  4.   Family Recorded, in Logan, Ohio, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1920 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Logan > Bellefontaine Ward 3 > District 191

  5.   Family Recorded, in Logan, Ohio, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    1930 United States Federal Census > Ohio > Logan > Bellefontaine > District 7
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    [living with parents 14 yoa listed as Edward jr.]

  6.   Marriage Recorded, in Lima News (Lima, Ohio)
    17 Oct 1937.

    Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Edward Sloan just returned from a wedding trip to Des Moines, Iowa where they had a delightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sloan. Mr. and Mrs Sloan are now at Cottonwood resort, where he is in business with his parents.
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    [Note: The family never talked about this marriage.]

  7. 7.0 7.1 Grave Recorded, in Find A Grave.

    [Includes headstone photo. Inscription: WALLACE EDWARD SLOAN. OHIO. CPL 2 WEATHER SQ AAF. WORLD WAR II. MARCH 19, 1916. MARCH 1, 1964.]