Person:William Wardwell (19)

William Farrington Wardwell
d.22 NOV 1905
m. 29 NOV 1821
  1. David Kilburn Wardwell1823 - 1908
  2. Elisha Streeter Wardwell1825 - 1900
  3. Samuel Cummings Wardwell1827 - 1920
  4. William Farrington Wardwell1829 - 1905
  5. Martha Shaw Wardwell1831 -
  6. James Madison Wardwell1833 - BEF 1891
  7. Dominicas Jordan Wardwell1837 - 1916
  8. Cyrus Trafton Wardwell1840 - 1938
  9. Child Wardwell1846 - 1846
m. 9 AUG 1854
  1. William Llewelyn Wardwell1856 - 1936
  2. Leander F. Wardwell1858 - 1945
  3. Dora A. Wardwell1860 - 1948
  4. Lenora WardwellABT 1863 -
  5. Carrie E. Wardwell1865 - 1957
  • HWilliam Farrington Wardwell1829 - 1905
  • WCarrie A. Ray1860 - 1923
m. 5 NOV 1886
  1. Zella A. Wardwell1892 - 1930
  2. Frederick James Wardwell1899 - 1988
Facts and Events
Name William Farrington Wardwell
Gender Male
Birth[1] 9 APR 1829 Oxford, Oxford, Maine, United States
Marriage 9 AUG 1854 Stoneham, Middlesex, MAto Sarah P. Hodgedon
Other Marriage Ending Status Divorce
with Sarah P. Hodgedon
Other BEF 1880 Marriage fact
with Sarah P. Hodgedon
Marriage 5 NOV 1886 Boise, Ada, IDto Carrie A. Ray
Death[2] 22 NOV 1905
Occupation? Farmer in 1860, Stage Driver in 1870, Stable Keeper in 1880

Oxford Maine Democrat, March 24, 1874: "William F. Wardwell and J.A. Caldwell have just returned from Northern Vermont with a lot of very nice horses."

Oxford Maine Democrat, February 15, 1881: "Willian F. Wardwell's carriage shed was crushed by snow last Saturday night. Two top carriages and one open wagon were badly mashed."

Oxford Maine Democrat, September 9, 1884,: "William F. Wardwell has gone to Idaho with a carload of blooded stock, for the improvement of the stock there. He sold his livery stable to his son, Leander F. Wardwell, before going away. Mr. Wardwell has some of the finest horses and carriages in town, and is a very pleasant and accomodating man to deal with."

Living in Oxford at 1860 census with real estate valued at $2000 and personal estate valued at $333. Living in Oxford at 1870 Census with real estate valued at $1300 and personal estate value of $800. Divorced, living in Oxford at 1880 where he is called "Ferington". Living in Emmett, Idaho at 1900 Census, occupation listed as "Capitalist".

In 1884, William Farrington Wardwell, having been divorced, left Oxford, Maine, and settled in Emmet, Idaho. -William Wardwell of Andover, Massachusetts with an Informal Collection of His Descendants through the 8th Generation. Marjorie Wardwell Otten

References
  1. William Wardwell of Andover With an Informal Collection of His Descendants through the 8th Generation, Majorie Wardwell Otten 2002.
  2. History of Otisfield, Cumberland, Maine from the original grant to the close of the year 1944, Oxford, Me, William Samuel Spurr, 1953.