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Re: Charles Summer Forbes - Journalist L - St. Albans
Posted by: ginny plumley (ID *****8185) Date: November 18, 2002 at 19:32:43
In Reply to: Re: Charles Summer Forbes - Journalist L - St. Albans by dennis beausoleil of 870

Hello Dennis,
His wife was
Alice Frost Coffin
b. 6/1867 Haverhill Ma.
d.??
by this time period she is Married to
Sumner Wallace of Rochester, Strafford Co., New Hampshire,
b. 3/1856 Berwick, York Co., Me
d. 1/1920 Lake Wales, Poke Co., Fla

possible a widow by now.
Alice and Sumner Divoriced bef 1910.
They lived in Worcester, Worcester Co., Mass.
He was a laywer with his Brother Ira Bushnell Forbes in South framingham, Mass. from 1889 to ?? Ira dies in Boston 1/1926
__________________________

In 1900 census
Ward 7
Worcester, Worcester Co., Mass
page 167
Address; 8 Claremont Street

Charles S. Forbes b. 12-1859 Vt age 40 Lawyer
f- Vt m- Vt Married 7 yrs.- owns home- has mortgage
Alice F. Forbes b. 6-1867 Ma age 32 f- Me m- Me 1 child - 1 living
Margery C. Forbes b. 12-1894 Ma age 5
f- Vt M- Ma

Dora L. Carrnette 22 single blk servant b. 2 1888 (Should be 1878??) NJ f- La m- Ny
______________________________

1920 census
St. Albans City Franklin Co.,Vt
page 3b

Charles S. Forbes-69(should read 61)
Divorced-Journalist L (law??)
Home Study (where he worked )
_______________________________

1930 Census York,
Cape Neddick District,
York Co., Maine
Alice F. Wallace - 60 - Massahcusetts
F- Me M- Me
Head of household
Owns Home $30,000.00
Has Radio
Widow
25 at 1st Marriage


So this is what I know of these folks at this time.

Any thoughts on where to look next would be most welcome as I have built this wall pretty high I don't ever think I will see daylight again!

May God Bless you in your search
Ginny


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