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History of the Atlantic Cable & Undersea Communications
from the first submarine cable of 1850 to the worldwide fiber optic network

Descendants of Cyrus West Field
by Diane Druin Gravlee

Editor’s Note: Diane Druin Gravlee is Cyrus Field’s great-great-granddaughter, and has done extensive research on Cyrus Field and his descendants. I'm grateful to Diane for permission to reproduce her work on the Atlantic Cable website. If you have questions or comments on this page, you can email Diane by clicking on the link.

The Chapin Library at Williams College in Massachusetts has an archive of Field family papers which includes material from Cyrus W. Field. Some images are on line, and the page also has links to other sources.

--Bill Burns

Descendants of Cyrus West Field
by Diane Druin Gravlee
  Contents
  Generation One
  Generation Two
  Generation Three
  Generation Four
  Generation Five
  Generation Six
  Generation Seven
  Endnotes
   

 
Generation One

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Cyrus West FIELD1,2,3,4,5,6 was born on 30 November 1819 at Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts. He was baptized on 28 May 1820 at the Congregational Church, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts. He married Mary Bryan STONE, daughter of Frederick Joseph STONE III and Grace FOWLER, on 2 December 1840 at the home of the bride’s grandparents, Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, (not sure at which grandparents’ home; other sources say they were married in Haddam, CT.).7 He died on 12 July 1892 at Irvington, Westchester, New York, at age 72 of general old age, disease of heart and mal-nutrition.8,9 He was buried on 15 July 1892 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, with the funeral having been conducted the previous day at Ardsley Park, his summer home in Dobbs Ferry, New York.9,8,10 His estate was probated circa November 1892 at Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York, and read to the family at Ardsley Park by his brother and executor, Rev. Henry M. Field.  He stated, " It was Cyrus Field’s desire to share equally what little now remains of his fortune among the families of his six children."  The "Yonker Herald" issue of 2 November 1892 was quoted as saying about Cyrus Field’s estate,  "shortly after his brother’s return from Europe, about 10 or 12 years ago, he estimated his income at $300,000 a year.  Recent years had seen his money dissipated like a fog bank, and now the bulk of the estate is the remaining monies of the heavy life insurance carried by Mr. Field, which is between $250,000 and $300,000.  Even this, if the suit now pending in the courts to establish Cyrus as a general partner instead of a special partner, in the wrecked firm of Field, Lindley and Company should success, [it] would be swept away."

Cyrus West FIELD was named for Cyrus Williams, president of the Housatonic Bank in Stockbridge, and for Dr. Stephen West, who had been his father’s predecessor for 60 years in the pastorate at Stockbridge, Massachusetts. At about age 2, he was so weak and frail that his little body had to be supported by a frame, in which he could roll around the room until his limbs could get strength enough to bear him.  But as he grew into boyhood and took up sports, the outdoor exercise gave him strength.  Although his frame was always slight, it became tough and wiry, capable of great effort and great endurance.11 He was not interested in attending college and left Stockbridge.

Between April 1835 and 1840 at 257 Broadway, New York, New York, New York, Cyrus West FIELD was employed by A.T. Stewart’s great dry good store, a job that his brother, David Dudley, found for him and where he learned the business trade, starting as an errand boy and working up to a clerk. He lived between April 1835 and 1840 at Murray Street, New York, New York, New York, paying $2.00 a week for board and lodging. Between March 1840 and May 1840 Cyrus West FIELD was the founder of his own first paper manufacturing business at Westfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. He was employed by E. Root and Company as a junior partner; this firm failed almost immediately in June 1840 at 85 Maiden Lane, New York, New York, New York. He lived between 2 December 1840 and 1842 at Bond Street, New York, New York, New York, boarding at the home of Mr. Mason. He lived between 1842 and 1852 at 87 East 17th Street, New York, New York, New York, where he rented a house.

He was the organizer of Cyrus W. Field and Company with his brother-in-law, Joseph F. Stone, as his partner.  This paper making enterprise earned him $250,000 between 1843 and 1853 at New York, New York, New York.12 He lived between 1852 and 1892 at 123 East 21st Street, New York, New York, New York, in a house he had built in Gramercy Park; there is a historical plaque for his house at One Lexington Avenue.  His nephew, Frederick Joseph Stone, lived in his household at this address from 1861 to 1876.13

In 1853 Cyrus West FIELD retired from his business; he and his wife  took a 6 month cruise to South America, returning in October of this year.  They went with Frederic E. Church, the artist. In 1854 Cyrus West FIELD was the founder of the New York, Newfoundland and London Telegraph Company, forming it with Peter Cooper, Moses Taylor, and Marshall Roberts, who each put in $20,000 and with Chandler White, who put in a lesser amount, but died the following year and was replaced by Wilson Hunt.  This money went fast and eventually those who had contributed $20,000 to begin with had put in $200,000 and Cyrus’ sum was even larger.14

He formed the Atlantic Telegraph Company, united himself with three other English gentlemen in 1856 at England. He was instrumental in the successful laying of a submarine cable to connect Cape Ray in Newfoundland and Cape Breton in Nova Scotia on opposite sides of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in July 1856. Between 5 August 1857 and 9 August 1857 Cyrus West FIELD was able to finance the first try of the laying of an Atlantic Telegraph cable.  It failed because after running out 360 miles of cable, it parted from the strain of applying the brakes and a large wave swell.  The United States government had provided the ship, "Niagara," and the English ship was the "Agamemmon."  Both ships had departed from Valentia at from the coast of Valentia, Kerry, Ireland.12,15

On 10 June 1858 Cyrus West FIELD tried a second attempt to lay the cable; this time the ships spliced their sections of cable together in mid-ocean and sailed in opposite directions, but after only 200 miles, the cable broke again.12 Between 28 July 1858 and 5 August 1858 Cyrus West FIELD was able to successfully find and splice the previous cable together in mid-ocean and again sail in opposite directions.  This third attempt worked, marking a milestone in world communications.  The "London Times" wrote of the event, "since the discovery of Columbus, nothing has been done in any degree comparable to the vast enlargement which has thus been given to the sphere of human activity."  But the cable went dead with a break 270 miles from Valentia on 1 September of that year, having transmitted only 400 messages, many of them weakly.  But in that brief time, the cable reduced the time for messages from two weeks by land telegraph and fast clipper ship, to a mere minute for every fifteen words of Morse Code.12

In 1859 Cyrus West FIELD received a honorary master of arts degree from Williams College, Williamstown, Berkshire, Massachusetts.6,16 He was a merchant with property valued at $50,000 in June 1860 at Yonkers, Westchester, New York. He and Mary Bryan STONE appeared on the census of 27 June 1860 at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 He was able to finance another laying of an Atlantic Telegraph cable.  The owners of the world’s largest ship, "The Great Eastern," were happy to accept payment for the ship only if the cable laying was successful in 1864.12 On 23 July 1865 Cyrus West FIELD again tried to lay 2,900 miles of cable.  This time from Valentia, Ireland to Newfoundland, but 600 miles from Newfoundland, the cable broke once more.  This cable was grappled and later recovered in 1866, giving the world two cables for sending messages across the Atlantic Ocean.12,18

He witnessed after again coming up with the funds,  the successful laying of an Atlantic Cable on 27 July 1866 at Heart’s Content, Newfoundland, Canada to Valentia Island, Ireland. He was the subject of resolutions of the United States Congress, each house passing theirs unanimously; these resolutions requested that a gold medal be struck to be presented to Mr. Field circa 1866.19 He was awarded the Grand Medal, the highest medal given by the French Exposition of that year in 1867.19

He lived between June 1869 and 1892 at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York, during summer seasons, where he owned 780 acres between South Broadway on the west to the Sprain Brook on the east. The estate was part of one town, two villages and four school districts.  It was named Ardsley Park after the English birthplace of his ancestor, John Field.  Here Cyrus built houses for each of his children as well as himself.  His home was a beautifully designed three story structure. The value per acre in 1884 was $583.  The modern address can be reached from South Broadway, turning up Osceola and taking a right turn onto Field Terrace.13

He was a promoter of a submarine telegraph cable linking the United States with Australia and Asia by way of Hawaii circa 1870.20 He was telegraphing with property worth $50,000 in July 1870 at Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York.21 He and Mary Bryan STONE appeared, at their country residence,  on the census of 12 July 1870 at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York; they also appear on the New York City, New York County, New York census of 1870 in the 18th Ward.22,23 In 1875 Cyrus West FIELD received a honorary doctor of law degree; this year Cyrus also made broad proposals and gave money for the beautification of Williamstown and the Williams College campus from Williams College, Williamstown, Berkshire, Massachusetts.24,6

He was in  1877 able to advance funds to his son, Edward Morse Field, an inexperienced stockbroker, to start a commodity firm with his son’s brother-in-law, Daniel Lindley, who was an experienced stockbroker.  The firm was called Field & Lindley. Between between 1877 and October 1886 Cyrus West FIELD was the president of the New York Elevated Railroad Lines.  From its beginning, Cyrus fought for a uniform charge of five cents at all hours for passengers.  His efforts were realized with a victory on the morning of October 1, 1886.13 He was able to finance New York City’s first skyscraper, the Washington Building, into which his son’s firm, Field & Lindley, moved circa 1879 at New York, New York, New York.

He was the owner of two newspapers, "Evening Express" and "Mail", which were later merged to become the "Mail and Express" at New York, New York, New York. On 6 June 1881 Cyrus Field wrote in his diary, "I have invited President Garfield to come to Irvington for a visit and then to go to Williams College for commencement on July 6th."  But as President Garfield was leaving Washington he was shot by an assassin.  The tragedy called forth from Cyrus Field’s telegraph messages to friends in Europe and America: "If President Garfield should die from the wounds received on the 2nd, he would leave for his wife and children about $20,000.  I shall cheerfully subscribe $5,000, toward the sum to be raised.  If you or any of your friends would like to join, please telegraph me tomorrow for what amount I may put your name."  The subscriptions amounted to the sum of over $360,000.13

He was referenced in a land record when he purchased a large tract of acreage adjoining his property, which at that time extended into the Saw Mill River Valley.  It was Field’s intention to build small, but comfortable houses for working men and their families on this land and rent them at rates of $10 to $20 a month, including a small plot of ground.  The construction of the Croton Aqueduct delayed the project, which was never actually realized because of Field’s later financial losses in 1882 at Irvington, Westchester, New York.25

In 1883 Cyrus West FIELD was honored when he visited the Canadian Rockies as a guest of the Canadian Pacific Railroad and a peak was named Mt. Field after him.  This information came from the "Peaks of the Canadian Rockies" website. In 1884 Cyrus and his wife, left New York in the car "Railway Age" for a trip to the Pacific coast, covering in all about 11,500 miles.  At a telegraph station in the west, Cyrus Field handed the clerk a message for transmission.  But the clerk seemed more interested in his customer than in turning to his instrument to send the message. Finally after studying the man for a few minutes he asked, "Are you the original Cyrus?"13

He speculated heavily in the commodity market, especially in his son’s firm, Field, Lindley, Wiechers & Company, putting much of his personal wealth at risk in 1885. He was heavily invested in the commodity market and met financial disaster when the bottom fell out of this market on 24 June 1887. He lived in 1888 at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York, where he sold all but 21 acres and his house to Charles Henry Butler, who subdivided the property. He was given a loan by Pierpoint Morgan; the loan had been obtained by his son, Edward in January 1888.

He wrote a will on 22 January 1892 at Westchester County, New York. He wrote a codicil on 31 May 1892 at Westchester County, New York, which simply appointed Daniel Lord, Jr as co-executor to replace George De Forest Lord, who had died. Cyrus West FIELD and David Dudley FIELD Jr, brothers, were two of the persons portrayed in the painting, "The Projectors of the Atlantic Cable" by Daniel Huntington.  Others in the oil painting are: Peter Cooper, Chandler White, Marshall O. Roberts, Samuel F. B. Morse, Daniel Huntington, Moses Taylor and William G. Hunt.26

 

Mary Bryan STONE27 was born on 28 August 1817 at Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut, (alternative birth years of 1818 or 1819).28,29 She lived with Cyrus West FIELD between 2 December 1840 and 1842 at Bond Street, New York, New York, New York; boarding at the home of Mr. Mason. She lived with Cyrus West FIELD between 1842 and 1852 at 87 East 17th Street, New York, New York, New York; where he rented a house. She lived with Cyrus West FIELD between 1852 and 1892 at 123 East 21st Street, New York, New York, New York; in a house he had built in Gramercy Park; there is a historical plaque for his house at One Lexington Avenue. 

She died on 23 November 1891 at her home, Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, at age 74 of general old age and heart failure.30 She was buried on 25 November 1891 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York, temporarily in the Barney vault at this cemetery, where her remains stayed until the arrival from Europe of Fanny Field Andrews, her youngest daughter, and of Lady Musgrave, a niece.  Upon their arrival, her remains were taken to Stockbridge, Massachusetts. (from obituary 26 Nov 1891).31 She was buried after 25 November 1891 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, when moved from Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.9,10,32

 

Known children of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE were:

 

1.

i.

Mary Grace FIELD, born 10 October 1841 at New York, New York, New York; married Daniel Allen LINDLEY.

   

ii.

Alice Durand FIELD was born on 7 November 1843 at New York, New York, New York, (alternative birth year of 1840).33 She died on 1 August 1900 at New York, New York, New York, at age 56 or died in White Plains, NY., as referenced in Stockbridge, Massachusetts town records.10 She was buried at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, and her gravestone reads: "Where ...... after.....likeness shall be satisfied," which was very hard to make out.10,9

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 As of 1870, she also went by the name of Allie. She appeared as a daughter on the census of 12 July 1870 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York; they also appear on the New York City, New York County, New York census of 1870 in the 18th Ward.22,23

 

2.

iii.

Isabella FIELD, born 27 January 1846 at New York, New York, New York; married William Francis JUDSON Sr.

 

3.

iv.

Fanny Griswold FIELD, born 20 November 1848 at New York, New York, New York; married James Bruyn ANDREWS.

   

v.

Arthur Stone FIELD was born on 24 January 1850. He died on 20 August 1854 at Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, at age 4.10 He was buried at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, and his gravestone reads: "How many hopes lie buried here."10,9

 

4.

vi.

Edward Morse FIELD Sr, born 4 July 1855 at New York, New York, New York; married Clara Louise LINDLEY.

 

5.

vii.

Cyrus William FIELD, born 15 March 1857 at his parents’ Gramercy Park home, New York, New York, New York; married Susan Moore ANDREWS.


Generation Two

1 

Mary Grace FIELD was born on 10 October 1841 at New York, New York, New York, (alternative birth year of 1843 and alternative birth place of Connecticut).34,35,9 She married Daniel Allen LINDLEY, son of Rev. Daniel LINDLEY and Lucy Virginia ALLEN, on 5 March 1874. She died on 11 January 1892 at her father’s home, New York, New York, New York, at age 50 after being unconscious for 17 days and hastened by her mother’s death in November and the "knowledge of her brother’s shame" in wrecking the company of Field, Lindley, Wiechers and Company. (from her obituary in the Tarrytown Press 16 Jan 1892). She was buried on 13 January 1892 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.9,36

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 She was a communicant for many years, as inscribed on a silver baptismal bowl presented to the church in her memory at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Irvington, Westchester, New York. As of 1870, she also went by the name of Grace. She appeared as a daughter on the census of 12 July 1870 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York; they also appear on the New York City, New York County, New York census of 1870 in the 18th Ward.22,23 She and Daniel Allen LINDLEY lived between 6 March 1874 and 1891 at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York, on the Ardsley Park estate;  it is believed their house was called "Inanda Villa," as referenced on the fireplace mantel.  The modern address is 65 Field Terrace.

 

Daniel Allen LINDLEY lived at Irvington, Westchester, New York. He lived at Montclair, Essex, New Jersey. He was born on 18 April 1845 at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa.9 He moved back with his parents, Rev. Daniel LINDLEY and Lucy Virginia ALLEN, on 26 April 1873 to New Jersey.37 He and Edward Morse FIELD Sr. were partners in starting a commodity firm together.  The firm was called Field & Lindley.  Daniel was an experienced stock broker, but Edward was not, but Edward had the financial backing of advance funds from his father, Cyrus Field in 1877. He and Edward Morse FIELD Sr. were still stockbrokers together in the firm Field & Lindley, but they moved the company into the Washington Building, New York’s first skyscraper, which was funded by his Edward’s father, Cyrus West Field circa 1879 at New York, New York, New York. He was a banker and member of the Henderson, Lindley & Company in 1903 at New York, New York, New York. He died on 17 December 1915 at New York, New York, New York, at age 70.9 He was buried on 20 December 1915 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.9,36

 

Known children of Mary Grace FIELD and Daniel Allen LINDLEY were:

   

i.

Mary Grace LINDLEY was born on 28 August 1875 at New York. She died on 24 December 1955 at age 80. She was buried on 27 December 1955 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.36

She was an Episcopalian. She and Alice Field LINDLEY lived at 1060 Park Avenue, New York, New York, New York. As of 1920, she also went by the name of Grace. She was a secretary of a church [the Executive Secretary of the Woman’s Auxiliary to National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States] circa January 1920 at New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.38 She appeared on the census of 29 January 1920 at 125-127 East 24th Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.39

   

ii.

Alice Field LINDLEY was born on 24 April 1877 at New York. She died on 7 June 1943 at age 66. She was buried on 10 June 1943 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.9,36

She and Mary Grace LINDLEY lived at 1060 Park Avenue, New York, New York, New York. She appeared as her sister on the census of 29 January 1920 in the household of Mary Grace LINDLEY at 125-127 East 24th Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.39

 

6.

iii.

Arthur Field LINDLEY, born 22 December 1878; married Elinor LEVERING.

 

7.

iv.

Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Sr, born 14 September 1880 at Irvington, Westchester, New York; married Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH.

 

8.

v.

Theodore John LINDLEY Sr, born 14 April 1883 at Irvington, Westchester, New York; married Evelyn CRUICKSHANK.

 

2 

Isabella FIELD was born on 27 January 1846 at New York, New York, New York. She married William Francis JUDSON Sr. on 26 October 1865 (alternative marriage date of 10 October 1865).40 She died on 20 March 1930 at Ardsley Cottage, Ardsley Park, Irvington, Westchester, New York, at age 84 from the effects of having pneumonia for 6 weeks.41 She was buried on 24 March 1930 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, and her gravestone reads: "What does the Lord require of thee but to do justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with they God.  So did she."  Her funeral took place the previous day (March 23) at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Irvington, New York.9,10,41

She was the author of the book about her father entitled, "Cyrus W.Field-His Life & Work." She appeared as a daughter on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 She moved in 1870 to Ardsley Park, Irvington, Westchester, New York, from Pennsylvania with her two small sons after the death of her husband.41 Some time after 1 August 1900 Isabella FIELD was a member, who presented a black portable sacrament case with sacrament items to the church in memory of her sister, Alice Durand Field at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Irvington, Westchester, New York. She appeared on the census of between 1 January 1920 and 26 January 1920 at Ardsley Park Road, Irvington, Westchester, New York.42 She was the inheritor of a large chalk portrait of her mother, Mary Bryan Stone Field.  Isabella gave the portrait to her son, William Francis Judson Jr, who bequest it to Estelle Masser Field, who bequest it to Rhoda Field Druin Moore.  After Rhoda’s death, it was donated to the Irvington Historical Society on 15 July 2003.

 

William Francis JUDSON Sr was born May 12, 1833 at Pennsylvania. He was a prominent lawyer at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.41 He died on 4 March 1870 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was buried at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.10,9

 

Known children of Isabella FIELD and William Francis JUDSON Sr. were:

 

9.

i.

Cyrus Field JUDSON Sr, born 19 February 1867 at Pennsylvania; married Alice CONDIT-SMITH.

   

ii.

William Francis JUDSON Jr probably never married. He was born on 12 December 1868 at Pennsylvania.43 He died in 1950 and was buried at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

He lived at New York, New York, New York. In 1890 William Francis JUDSON Jr graduated from Sheffield Scientific School with a doctorate degree. He passed the New York bar examination 1894. He had military service between 1898 and 1899 in the Spanish American War. He had military service between 1899 and 1901 in the Philippines. He was a solicitor in January 1920 at New York. He appeared as a son on the census of between 1 January 1920 and 26 January 1920 in the household of Isabella FIELD at Ardsley Park Road, Irvington, Westchester, New York.42 He was employed by the Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania as a solicitor. He lived in March 1930 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

3

Fanny Griswold FIELD was born on 20 November 1848 at New York, New York, New York, (alternative birth year of 1847).44 She married James Bruyn ANDREWS on 16 March 1869 at Pau, France, they were re-married the following day at the United States Legation in Paris, France.45 She died on 30 December 1905 at East Sheen, Greater London, England, at age 57.

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 She and James Bruyn ANDREWS lived at Mentone, France, for many years.

 

James Bruyn ANDREWS was born on 6 January 1843 at New York, New York, the son of Loring and Blandina Andrews. He graduated from Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut and practiced law for a while. He was an authority on the folklore of the Alpes-Maritimes/Genoa region in France. He devoted most of his years to this type of literary work, for which he was decorated by the French Academy. The tales were originally published in French in 1892, but he sent English translations of them to the Folklore Society in London, England. He was also the first person to record the Mentonnese dialect and he is well known among linguists and dialectologists. He served in his later years as the United States Consul at Valencia, Spain. He died 27 August 1909 in Aachen, Germany.

 

Known children of Fanny Griswold FIELD and James Bruyn ANDREWS were:

 

10.

i.

Frances Field ANDREWS, born 12 January 1870 at New York, New York, New York; married Colville EARDLEY-WILMOT.

 

11.

ii.

Cyril Bruyn ANDREWS, born 7 June 1885 at Mentone, France; married Marian Constance HARE; married Dorothy Charlotte RICHEARD.

 

4

Edward Morse FIELD Sr46 was born on 4 July 1855 at New York, New York, New York, (alternative birth year of 1854).9,47,48,49,50 He married Clara Louise LINDLEY, daughter of Rev. Daniel LINDLEY and Lucy Virginia ALLEN, on 4 June 1877 at New York, New York, New York.51 He died on 17 February 1930 at State Hospital, Central Islip, Suffolk, New York, at age 74.9 He was buried on 22 October 1935 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.9,10

He and Submit DICKINSON II are direct 8th cousins, despite the fact that Edward is the grandson of Submit.  Their common ancestor is Edward Sherman and his wife, Anna Clare Pellette. He appeared as a son on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 He was injured on his head by a horseback riding accident in 1866. He appeared as a son on the census of 12 July 1870 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York; they also appear on the New York City, New York County, New York census of 1870 in the 18th Ward.22,23 He and Daniel Allen LINDLEY were partners in starting a commodity firm together.  The firm was called Field & Lindley.  Daniel was an experienced stock broker, but Edward was not, but Edward had the financial backing of advance funds from his father, Cyrus Field in 1877. He was a merchant in June 1877.51 He lived at Ardsley Park, Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, in a house built on the slope below his father’s home.  Edward’s house later burned, leaving only a summer cottage. He and Daniel Allen LINDLEY were still stockbrokers together in the firm Field & Lindley, but they moved the company into the Washington Building, New York’s first skyscraper, which was funded by his Edward’s father, Cyrus West Field circa 1879 at New York, New York, New York. He and Clara Louise LINDLEY were a communicant (although Clara’s middle name was given as "Lee") at Irvington Presbyterian Church, Irvington, Westchester, New York, on 1 July 1883.52 He followed his father, Cyrus West Field, by investing in the commodity market deeply and put his firm, now called Field, Lindley, Wiechers & Company at risk in 1885. On 24 June 1887 Edward Morse FIELD Sr. was not very resourceful and did not have the ingenuity to extricate himself if cornered in an indiscretion.  He followed his father, Cyrus, blindly into disaster when the bottom fell out of the commodity market on this date.  Edward borrowed heavily from his own firm and was in trouble.  There were also beginning signs of irrationality at this time. In January 1888 Edward Morse FIELD Sr. was able to get a loan for his father, Cyrus West Field, from Pierpoint Morgan; Edward got this loan despite the fact his mind was beginning to cloud. He was a deacon at Irvington Presbyterian Church, Irvington, Westchester, New York, on 25 November 1888.52 On 26 November 1891 Edward’s firm declared bankruptcy because his company had failed for $2,000.000.  A suspicion of irregularities were confirmed and it appeared that Edward had pledged securities held in trust against loans he had negotiated to finance his market speculations. On 15 December 1891 Edward Morse FIELD Sr. was arrested and imprisoned, charged with forgery and raising money on false bills of lading.  This arrest came after suspicions of irregularities were confirmed and it appeared that he had pledged securities held in trust against loans he had negotiated to finance his market speculation.  His father, Cyrus, mortgaged his home for $500,000 to help cover these debts, but it was little help nor relief to his sense of guilt. He was 24 December 1891 declared legally insane and confined to a sanitarium called Bloomingdale; an autopsy later indicated his mental problems were the result of his horseback riding accident in 1866. He lived between 1895 and 1898 at State Hospital for the Insane, Buffalo, Erie, New York, (from article in NY. Herald 10 Feb 1904). He was arrested with a group of tramps and charged with being a vagrant (from an article in the NY. Herald 10 Feb 1904) in 1900. He lived in February 1904 at Columbia Hotel, Broadway & 49th Street, New York, New York, New York, (from article in the NY. Herald of 10 Feb 1904). He was arrested for stealing an overcoat from an office in the Western Union Building, 195 Broadway on October 6, 1903. (article in the NY. Herald) on 9 February 1904 at White Plains, Westchester, New York. He wrote a letter 19 January 1914 from Lincoln House, Newark, Essex, New Jersey, to his son, Woolsey, in which Edward states he is transferring his membership in the Metropolitan Museum to him.  He further states that this membership was originally given to him by his father, Cyrus.53

 

Clara Louise LINDLEY46 was very fond of playing solitaire. She also went by the name of Mumzie. She was born on 18 July 1855 at Inanda, Natal, South Africa.54,55 She sailed in August 1872 from South Africa back to the United States to continue her education. She was educated in September 1872 at Andover Newton Seminary. She had breast cancer, having one breast removed sometime after 1900. She was a sculptress and painter in June 1900. She appeared as a widow (even though her husband was still living and was at that time committed to a sanitarium for the mentally ill) on the census of 1 June 1900 at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56 She appeared on the census of 16 January 1920 at 112 East 17th Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.57,58 She lived with Cyrus West FIELD II M.D. in August 1934 at 88 North Portage, Westfield, Chautaugua, New York.59,60 She died on 17 October 1935 at 88 North Portage, Westfield, Chautaugua, New York, at age 80.61,62 She was buried on 22 October 1935 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, the church record and death certificate state her burial was 18 Oct, but other sources say her ashes were moved from Westfield to Stockbridge on 22 Oct.9,61,10

 

Known children of Edward Morse FIELD Sr. and Clara Louise LINDLEY were:

   

i.

Cyrus West FIELD II M.D was born on 27 April 1878 at New York, New York, New York.63 He married Edith M. JOY on 10 June 1902. He married Lilian Hendrison BOULT on 14 June 1929. He died on 26 January 1954 at Westfield, Chautaugua, New York, at age 75. He was buried on 24 June 1955 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.10,9

He was in June 1900; a medical student. Between June 1900 and December 1900 Cyrus West FIELD II M.D. graduated from the Yale Medical School, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, with a degree in medicine. He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56 He had military service as a lieutenant colonel in the United States Army during World War I.  His tombstone reads: "New York, Lt. Col, MC-RES, World War." He was in some very cold weather during World War I and his toes were frozen and had to be amputated.  He wore special shoes the rest of his life. He was a physician [pathologist], working on his own accord in January 1920 at New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York. He and Edith M. JOY appeared on the census of 2 January 1920 at 126 64th Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.64 He lived in August 1934 at 88 North Portage, Westfield, Chautaugua, New York.59,60 He witnessed the death of Clara Louise LINDLEY on 17 October 1935 at 88 North Portage, Westfield, Chautaugua, New York.61,62 He was listed as a surviving brother in the obituary for the death of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.59

Edith Marion JOY was born on 28 August 1874 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, the daughter of Charles Henry Joy and Marie Louise Mudge.  She appeared on the census of 1880 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, with her parents at age 6.  When she married Cyrus West FIELD II M.D., the wedding was reported in the 1902 New York Times as follows

Groton, Massachusetts, June 10.  The wedding here to-day of Miss Edith Joy, eldest daughter of Mrs. Charles H. Joy and the late C. H. Joy, to Dr. Cyrus W. Field, who is prominent in New York socially as well as professionally, called out an unusual gathering.  Miss Joy's only attendant was her sister, Miss Beatrice Joy.  Dr. Field had as ushers his brother, Dudley Field of New York, Benjamin Joy, Armory Gardner and James Lawrence.  His best man was Dr. Wheelwright of New York.  Dr. Field's gifts to the ushers were scarf pins of knots of gold & platinum.  A wedding breakfast followed at the spacious Joy mansion.  It is one of the handsomest houses in Massachusetts."

She and Cyrus were divorced between February 1920 and May 1929.  She appeared as divorced on the census of 1930 at Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts, and living with her, as a lodger, is a widow, Margaret “Daisy” Fischer.  Edith also appeared as divorced on the census of 1940 at Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, and again living with her, as a lodger, is Margaret “Daisy” Fischer.  Edith died on 7 January 1954 at New York City, New York, New York, at age 79.  She was buried at Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, in Section 9, Lot 7605, Brier Path and buried with her is Margaret Fischer, her long-time companion, who died the previous year.

Lilian Hendrison BOULT was born on 25 October 1888 at New York (alternative birth year of 1889 and alternative birth place of Ohio).  She appeared on the census in January 1920 at 507-509 West 175th, New York, New York, New York, where she was living alone.  She and Cyrus appeared on the census in April 1930 at 305 Lexington, New York, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York.  She was described by a sister-in-law as short, pudgy and dressed to kill; she carried a cane and cigarette holders, which always matched her outfits.  She died on 19 March 1950 at age 61.  Her remains were buried on 24 June 1955 at Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

There were no children from either of Cyrus West Field II M.D.’s marriages.

 

12.

ii.

Edward Morse FIELD Jr, born 31 January 1880 at New York, New York, New York; married Dolly Sarah ANDREWS; married Joy WOODBURY.

   

iii.

David Dudley FIELD was born on 9 July 1881 at New York, New York, New York.65,66 He died on 10 March 1904 at probably New York, New York, New York, at age 22 said to have committed suicide.67 He was not buried in Stockbridge Town Cemetery, as there are no records of his burial there and no gravestone.

He was in June 1900; a medical student. He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56

 

13.

iv.

Woolsey Hopkins FIELD, born 23 August 1882 at New York, New York, New York; married Estelle Grace REED; married Estelle Gwendoline MASSER.

 

14.

v.

Thorold Farrar FIELD, born 6 March 1884 at New York, New York, New York; married Katherine VAN VLECK.

   

vi.

Stephanie FIELD was born on 18 December 1890 at New York, New York, New York.68,69 She died on 20 September 1901 at age 10 of scarlet fever.

She had a doll that was owned by Rhoda Field Druin Moore.  It was given to the Irvington, New York Historical Society in 2003 circa 1894. She appeared as a daughter on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56

   

5

Cyrus William FIELD was born on 15 March 1857 at his parents’ Gramercy Park home, New York, New York, New York.70 He married Susan Moore ANDREWS on 14 June 1879 at North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts. He died on 9 June 1894 at 166 West 65th Street (at home), New York, New York, New York, at age 37 of consumption.  In February before he died, he had visited London, England and took a severe cold, which settled in his lungs.  He reached the United States on 9 April 1894 in a weak condition and became very ill, which developed into the quick consumption.71 He was buried in Hillside Cemetery in North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts in the Andrews family plot.

He also went by the name of Will. As of between 1860 and 1870, he also went by the name of William. He appeared as a son on the census of 27 June 1860 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at Yonkers, Westchester, New York.17 He appeared as a son on the census of 12 July 1870 in the household of Cyrus West FIELD and Mary Bryan STONE at between Irvington and Dobbs Ferry, Greenburgh Township, Westchester, New York; they also appear on the New York City, New York County, New York census of 1870 in the 18th Ward.22,23 In 1879 Cyrus William FIELD graduated from Williams College, Williamstown, Berkshire, Massachusetts. He and Susan Moore ANDREWS lived in July 1879 at 8 East 56th Street, New York, New York, New York.71 He was a member of and had a seat on the New York Stock Exchange; after his father met the losses that swept away a large portion of his fortune, Will’s career on Wall Street waned.  His seat on the Stock Exchange was advertised for sale on 21 June 1891, but he left with an unblemished career.71 In July 1892 Cyrus William FIELD was appointed as a United States consul to Hanover and Brunswick, Germany by President Harrison.

 

Susan Moore ANDREWS also went by the name of Susie.  She was born in November 1859 at Massachusetts, the daughter of Reuben Ranney Andrews, who was a large manufacturer of cotton and woolen goods, and Sarah M. Willis.  She was the sister of Peter Andrews, who was living with her on the 1900 census; Susan's parents and most of her siblings are buried in Hillside Cemetery in North Adams, Massachusetts.  She appeared on the 1860 and 1870 census in North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts in the household of her parents.  Susan married first to Cyrus William FIELD II and they appeared on the census of 3 June 1880 at New York City, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York .  In June 1893, Susan came back to the United States from Germany with the determination of doing something to better the affairs of the household.  With W. E. Curtis, she opened a millinery store on 5th Avenue in New York City .  The business, however, proved to be unsuccessful and a few months before her husband's death in 1894, she placed the business in the hands of a receiver.  She appeared as a widow on the census of 11 June 1900 at New York City, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York . 

She married second to Franklin Wells GRAVES on 23 February 1906 at the Reformed Church, Greenburgh, Westchester, New York, and it is interesting to note that Franklin was living in Susan's household on the 1900 census, listed as a cousin.  Franklin was born 24 March 1869 in Waterbury, Connecticut.  She and Franklin appeared on the census of 27 April 1910 at Greenburgh, Westchester, New York .  Some time after the death on 4 November 1913 in New York City of her second husband, Franklin, she married a third time to George Converse KIMBALL, who was born 21 October 1866 in Connecticut.  She and George Converse KIMBALL appeared on the census of 18 April 1930 at Kent Cliffs Road, Carmel, Putnam, New York .  Susan died on 31 December 1930 at her suite at the Hotel Roosevelt, New York City, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, after a short illness.  Her Death Certificate is #107.  She was buried in the Hillside Cemetery, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts in the Andrews family plot.  Her third husband, George, didn't die until 30 October 1952 and is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery in Hartford, Connecticut.

 

Known children of Cyrus William FIELD and Susan Moore ANDREWS were

   

i.

Mary Stone FIELD was born on 10 February 1882 in New York.  She has an alternative birth date of June 1882 from the 1900 census, where she is listed in the household of her widowed mother, Susan. She supposedly married Dr. PFEIFFER in 1906, although no evidence can be found to verify this.  Neither her grave marker nor her obituary mention this surname.   She died on 17 September 1908 at her mother's country home, Scarsdale, Westchester, New York, at age 26.  She is buried in Hillside Cemetery, North Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts in the Andrews family plot.


Generation Three

6.

Arthur Field LINDLEY Sr. MD was born on 22 December 1878. He lived in 1902 in New York. He and Elinor LEVERING were engaged about 7 November 1902, when it was announced in the New York Times issue of this date. He married Elinor LEVERING on 30 July 1905. He was a physician with an American sugar company and was also the United States Consul in Cuba . He died suddenly on 12 August 1920 at Ensenada de Mora, Cuba, at age 41 (alternative death date of 11 August 1920 from Arthur’s obituary in the New York Times issue of 28 August 1920) . He was buried on 1 December 1926 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York ; he was no doubt buried here 6 years after his death because he died in Cuba.9,36

 

Elinor LEVERING was born the daughter of Lawrence Levering. She lived before 1905 at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. She died on 5 October 1959. She was buried on 9 October 1959 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.9,36

 

Known children of Arthur Field LINDLEY and Elinor LEVERING were:

 

15.

i.

Grace Field LINDLEY, born 11 June 1906 at Cuba ; married Chauncy Brooks HARRYMAN Sr.

 

16.

ii.

Arthur Field LINDLEY Jr., born 19 February 1909 at Cuba ; married Elsa Rebecca MULLEN ; divorced Elsa Rebecca MULLEN ; married Barbara Carolyn DEERING.

 

17.

iii.

Ethan Allen LINDLEY Sr., born 2 July 1916 at Cuba ; married Doris VERNON.

   

iv.

Elinor Levering LINDLEY was born on 6 January 1919 at Cuba. She married Robert Blaine MURRAY Jr. on 9 December 1939. She died on 20 January 1968 at age 49.

   

7 

Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Sr was born on 14 September 1880 at Irvington, Westchester, New York, (alternative birth year of 1882).72 He married Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH on 10 November 1903. He died in 1941.

He was a senior member of the stock exchange firm of Lindley & Company; he was also a vice president of the New York Stock Exchange. He and Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH appeared on the census of circa January 1920 at Lydecker, Englewood, Bergen , New Jersey.73 He lived in 1931 at Englewood, Bergen, New Jersey.

 

Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH was born circa 1884 at New York.74 She died on 20 June 1975.

 

Known children of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Sr. and Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH were:

 

18.

i.

Daniel Allen LINDLEY Sr., born 29 September 1905 at New York ; married Peggy MILLER.

 

19.

ii.

Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Jr, born 17 October 1909 at New Jersey ; married Lucille BERTOLETTE.

 

20.

iii.

Elizabeth Ann LINDLEY is still living.

 

8

Theodore John LINDLEY Sr was born on 14 April 1883 at Irvington, Westchester, New York. He married Evelyn CRUICKSHANK on 16 May 1908. He died on 20 April 1922 at Montclair, Essex, New Jersey, at age 39. He was buried on 22 April 1922 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Tarrytown, Westchester, New York.36

He and Evelyn CRUICKSHANK appeared on the census of circa January 1920 at 8 Norman Road, Montclair, Essex, New Jersey.75

 

Evelyn CRUICKSHANK was born on 24 April 1884 at Montclair, Essex, New Jersey. She died on 3 April 1943 at age 58.

 

Known children of Theodore John LINDLEY Sr. and Evelyn CRUICKSHANK were:

 

21.

i.

Theodore John LINDLEY Jr, born 30 March 1909 at New York ; married Ethel Shaw BROWN.

 

22.

ii.

Bryant Phelps LINDLEY, born 17 May 1912 at New York, New York, New York ; married Virginia MARSTON.

 

23.

iii.

Dwight Newton LINDLEY, born 4 July 1920 at Glen Ridge, Essex, New Jersey ; married Janie Elizabeth MORRISON.

       
   

9

Cyrus Field JUDSON Sr was born on 19 February 1867 at Pennsylvania. He married Alice CONDIT-SMITH on 8 June 1893. He died on 22 June 1941 at age 74.9 He was buried at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.10,9

He appeared as a son on the census of 3 June 1880 in the household of Isabella FIELD at New York ( Manhattan), New York, New York.  In 1888 Cyrus Field JUDSON Sr. graduated from Yale University, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, with a doctorate degree in engineering. He had military service and went from rank of Captain to Colonel during World War I. He was an engineer in January 1920 at New York. He appeared as a widowed son on the census of between 1 January 1920 and 26 January 1920 in the household of Isabella FIELD at Ardsley Park Road, Irvington, Westchester, New York.42 He was employed by Petroleum Heat and Power as assistant president. He lived in March 1930 at Irvington, Westchester, New York.41

 

Alice CONDIT-SMITH was born at New York. She died before January 1920 as she does not appear with her husband and son in the household of his mother.76

 

Known children of Cyrus Field JUDSON Sr. and Alice CONDIT-SMITH were:

 

24.

i.

Alice Isabel JUDSON, born 25 February 1894 at Irvington, Westchester, New York ; married Russell Kennedy JONES Sr; divorced Russell Kennedy JONES Sr.

   

ii.

Frances Field JUDSON was born on 20 February 1895 at Irvington, Westchester, New York. She married Frank R. MCCOY on 26 January 1924. She died on 28 May 1973 at age 78. She is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington, Virginia. [Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com]. She had military service as a chief reconstruction aide in the United States Army during World War I.
Frank Ross McCoy was born October 29, 1874 in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. He died on June 4, 1954. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington, Virginia. [Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com]. He was a member of the Board of Mediation between Bolivia and Paraguay and the with the League of Nations and the Manchurian Committee. He served in the armed forces and attained the rank of Major General.

 

25.

iii.

Cyrus Field JUDSON Jr, born 30 July 1898 at Irvington, Westchester, New York ; married Virginia Walton NEEDHAM.

   

10

Frances Field ANDREWS was born on 12 January 1870 at New York, New York, New York. She married Colville EARDLEY-WILMOT on 27 September 1894 at Saint Mary’s Church, Bryanston Square, Greater London, England. She died on 22 June 1902 at Kalatura, Ceylon, at age 32.

 

Known children of Frances Field ANDREWS and Colville EARDLEY-WILMOT were:

 

26.

i.

Irene Victoria EARDLEY-WILMOT, born 26 July 1897 at Lausanne, Switzerland ; married John Wilberforce HARE.

 

11

Cyril Bruyn ANDREWS was born on 7 June 1885 at Mentone, France . He married Marian Constance HARE on 21 November 1906. He married Dorothy Charlotte RICHEARD on 19 January 1916 at Hove, East Sussex, England . He lived 1930’s at Marlow, Bucks, England .

 

Known children of Cyril Bruyn ANDREWS and Marian Constance HARE were:

   

i.

Fanny Field ANDREWS was born on 17 March 1909. She was educated between 1930 and 1939 at Saint Bartholonew’s Hospital, London, Greater London, England, to be a nurse.

 

Known children of Cyril Bruyn ANDREWS and Dorothy Charlotte RICHEARD are:

   

i.

Jimmy David Bruyn ANDREWS.

 

12

Edward Morse FIELD Jr was born on 31 January 1880 at New York, New York, New York.77 He married Dolly Sarah ANDREWS on 15 September 1904 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.65 He and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS were divorced.  He married Joy WOODBURY on 15 May 1928. He died on 20 January 1950 at Miami, Dade, Florida, at age 69.78 He was buried (probably his ashes) at Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota some years later on 15 January 1973.

He also went by the name of Ned. He was in June 1900 a medical student, but his 1919 United States passport lists his occupation as engineer and that he resided in Cuba from 1903 to 1904 doing construction work. He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56 He and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS appeared on the census of 21 April 1910 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, where Edward’s occupation is listed as proprietor of engineering supplies.  He was described as 5 feet, 10 inches tall, medium mouth, oval chin, brown hair, medium complexion, oval face, high broad forehead, gray-green eyes and curved nose on his United States passport application on 17 December 1919 in Minnetonka, Hennepin, Minnesota.  He and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS appeared on the census of 19 January 1920 at 416 Fifth Southeast, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota and Edward’s occupation is listed as an engineer in mining.79 He and Joy WOODBURY appeared on the census of 3 April 1930 at Shore Line Apartments, Chicago, Cook, Illinois, where Edward is listed as the Vice President of a valve company.  He and his brother-in-law, George Andrews, were involved in a marketing and engineering heating company for companies and schools.  The name of the company is unknown.  He was listed as a surviving brother in the obituary for the death of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.59 He lived on 8 September 1939 at Isle of Pines, Cuba.59

 

Dolly Sarah ANDREWS was born 23 May 1881 at Minnesota, the daughter of Thomas F. Andrews and Mary A. Fisk.80 She died on 24 July 1961 at probably Minnesota.78 She was buried at Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.

She appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, where she is enumerated with her widowed mother.

 

Known children of Edward Morse FIELD Jr and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS were:

 

27.

i.

Dolly Stephanie FIELD, born 21 June 1905 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota ; married Harvey James WISHART.

 

28.

ii.

John Andrews FIELD, born 4 January 1909 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota ; married Helen DROUGHT.

 

29.

iii.

Mary Louise FIELD, born 29 September 1911 at Minnesota ; married Gordon Rinkle FRITCH.

 

30.

iv.

Inanda Maude FIELD, born 22 October 1917 at Minnetonka, Hennepin, Minnesota ; married Roger John STEVENS.

 

Joy WOODBURY was born circa 1895 in Wisconsin.  She was married first to an unknown man, as she states she was married the first time at age 19 on the 1930 census, where she is enumerated with her second husband.

There were no known children of Edward Morse FIELD Jr. and Joy WOODBURY.

 

13

  Woolsey Hopkins FIELD81,59 was born on 23 August 1882 at New York, New York, New York.82,83,84,85 He married Estelle Grace REED, daughter of Samuel Perry REED and Elvira S. HOUSEKNECHT, on 1 July 1908. He married Estelle Gwendoline MASSER, daughter of William Andrew MASSER and Sarah Ellen REED, on 16 June 1920 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 52nd and Cedar Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, despite Woolsey’s recent serious surgery the week before.86

He died at age 57 on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, from a heart attack, which was caused by a blood clot he got the previous day when he experienced a pain in his leg while trimming the hedge.  The doctors tried to move the clot but it went the wrong way to his heart.59 He was buried on 13 September 1939 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.9,10 His estate was probated on 6 November 1939 at Eagles Mere, Sullivan, Pennsylvania, and his wife was appointed executrix.

He was named for Theodore  Woolsey, the President of Yale University, and for Mark Hopkins, a life time friend of his grandfather, Cyrus W. Field. He was a participate at the Episcopal Church, Dobb’s Ferry, Westchester, New York, where he sang in the choir.87 He was educated at the Lawrenceville Academy.88 He was a member of the Chi Psi fraternity in college before 1900.59 Before June 1900 Woolsey Hopkins FIELD graduated from Amherst College, Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts, with a bachelor of science in engineering and where he played on the football team.59,87

He was a mining engineer in June 1900 at New York. He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56 He received a letter from Edward Morse FIELD Sr. on 19 January 1914 from Lincoln House, Newark, Essex, New Jersey, in which Edward states he is transferring his membership in the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Woolsey and Edward further states that he originally got his membership as a gift from his father, Cyrus.53

He and Estelle Grace REED lived between September 1914 and June 1915 at New Jersey. During World War I Woolsey Hopkins FIELD served in the intelligence service of the Allies and because he spoke fluent German, he took the part of a German soldier and crossed the English Channel at night, spying for the British forces.  He also knew how to speak fluent French and Spanish.  He was a good friend of Edward, the Duke of Windsor, who abdicated his throne.59 He lived in 1918 at Room 447, 32 Nassau Street, New York, New York, New York.89 He appeared as a widowed son on the census of 16 January 1920 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 112 East 17th Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.57,58

He was an independent company worker, working on his own accord in January 1920 at New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York. He ruptured his appendix and had surgery on 9 June 1920 in Cuba.87 Between August 1921 and 1924 Woolsey Hopkins FIELD and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER alternated living at the Chatham Hotel (later the Gladstone Hotel) in New York City, and the Lafayette or Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C, While they lived in the Lafayette Hotel, Estelle became a good friend of Mrs. Frances Cleveland (married President Cleveland in 1886). He was an exporter and importer in April 1922.90

He and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER lived in April 1922 at 305 West 72nd Street, Apartment 73, New York, New York, New York, at the time of their daughter’s birth.  The labor for their daughter’s birth started while they were attending a play called "Blossom Time" in New York City.  The hospital refused to admit Estelle as they claimed no one so tiny could be ready to deliver, but her pregnancy was confirmed by her doctor.91,90,87

He was involved between 1924 and 1925 at Caracas, Venezuela, in handling oil agreements for the United States government and coordinating the oil transfers between the two countries. He and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER lived between 1924 and 1925 at Caracas, Venezuela, while they lived there, they had an Indian housekeeper, who supposedly only knew Spanish.  But when they were leaving the country permanently, she spoke perfect English to them, letting them know she had understood all their conversations and had been spying for her government.87 Woolsey and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER lived at Hotel Cecil, Vedado, Havana, Cuba, in 1925.  They moved there because on their way home from Venezuela, they stopped to see friends there, who influenced Woosley to stay and help with the Central Highway project.92

While living in Cuba, he was in a train accident going to Havana, which affected his liver and broke some bones. He was involved between 1925 and 1932 at Havana, Cuba, with the construction of the 700 mile concrete highway from Pinar Del Rio to Santiago.  The Republic of Cuba awarded this highway contract to the Warren Brothers Company of Boston, Massachusetts to lay Warrenite Bitulithic pavement on the Central Highway.  Warren Brothers, one of the early financial backers of Henry Kaiser, subcontracted 200 miles of that highway, along with culverts and 500 bridges, to the Kaiser Paving Company (later Kaiser Industries).  The total cost was about $75 million and its construction covered 4 to 5 years.  It was doubtless the largest single road contract in the world at that time.  The work started on March 2, 1927 when Woolsey’s daughter, Rhoda, set off the first dynamite explosion.  The work was completed a year ahead of schedule. Dr. Carlos Miguel de Cespedes, was the Cuban Secretary of Public Works at that time and Gerardo Machado was the President of Cuba.  Woolsey’s payment for his work on the highway was $200,000 and this money was put in a trust fund for his wife and daughter. After the highway was finished, Woolsey became involved in the gold mining there.93,94,95

He and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER lived between 1926 and 1932 at Apartment 41, Edificio Chibas, 237 Avenida de los Presidentes, Havana, Cuba, they set up their apartment with new furnishings bought at the Palais Royale furniture store.  They had a chauffeur who drove Rhoda and his young son to school each morning when Rhoda got old enough to go and Aleitha Henry (later Barnett) became their beloved housekeeper.  She was from Jamaica, spoke English, and was trained as a teacher.  She worked for them until the Cuban revolution forced the family to return to the United States permanently.  During the summers in Cuba, Estelle would return to the United States with Rhoda and they stayed at first with her parents in Pennsylvania, but a few years later, they purchased a summer cottage at Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, which they continued to use even after they moved back to the United States .  The cottage, named Forest Idle Ease, was sold in 1949, when Estelle moved to California.96,97 Woolsey and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER lived between 1932 and 1933 at 5335 Angora Terrace, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with Estelle’s parents.

Between 1932 and 1939 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Woolsey was a chemist on an asphalt paving system called "Bitchavert", which was first tried on the Philadelphia Post Office roof for a helicopter landing pad in 1936. Between 1932 and 1939 Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, Woolsey Hopkins FIELD joined an Episcopal church while he was quite sick from some disease for which the doctor ordered him isolated in a special room inside another room in the house.  He got over the disease, but it weakened him.

On 5 April 1933 Woolsey Hopkins FIELD and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER bought 12 Bent Road (changed to 231 North Bent Road between 1941 and 1946), Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, they actually bought 3 lots (#11,12, 13) and had houses built on them.  After his death, Estelle, his widow, stayed in the house until she sold it 5 October 1949 and moved to California.59,98,99,100

 

Estelle Grace REED9,46,81 Estelle Grace REED was born on 24 April 1877 at Pennsylvania. As of 1880, she also went by the name of Grace. She appeared as a daughter on the census of 9 June 1880 in the household of Samuel Perry REED and Elvira S. HOUSEKNECHT at Franklin Township, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.101 On 11 April 1888 in Lairdsville, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, Estelle Grace REED signed the autograph album of her sister, Sarah Ellen REED.102 She lived in January 1904 at 118 West 73rd Street, New York, New York, New York.103 She was a nurse for which she was decorated by the French government and received a medal for her work with the Red Cross in World War I at France.87 She died on 19 February 1919 at Summit, Union, New Jersey, at age 41 and family lore says she "worked herself to death" as a nurse during World War I, which weakened her body.10 She was buried at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.10,9 

 

There were no known children of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD and Estelle Grace REED. 

 

Estelle Gwendoline MASSER81 She was named for Estelle Grace Reed, her aunt and, as it turned out later, also her husband’s first wife. Estelle Gwendoline MASSER was born on 26 July 1896 at Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.104 As of 1900, she also went by the name of Stella. She appeared as a daughter on the census of 11 June 1900 in the household of William Andrew MASSER and Sarah Ellen REED at Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.105 She appeared as a daughter on the census of 1910 in the household of William Andrew MASSER and Sarah Ellen REED at Penn Street, Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.106 On 5 June 1914 Estelle Gwendoline MASSER graduated from Muncy High School, Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.107 On 28 August 1914 Estelle Gwendoline MASSER graduated from Lycoming County Normal School (like our Junior College), Muncy, Lycoming, Pennsylvania. She was educated between September 1914 and June 1915 at Barnard College, New York, New York, New York.87 She lived with Woolsey Hopkins FIELD and Estelle Grace REED between September 1914 and June 1915 at New Jersey while she attended Barnard College; Woolsey FIELD, would later be her husband, after her aunt, Estelle Grace REED died. She was educated between September 1915 and 1917 at Hunter College of the City of New York, New York, New York, New York. Between September 1917 and June 1918 in Lairdsville, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, Estelle Gwendoline MASSER was a teacher in a boy’s orphanage and she was most proud of having taught the boys to knit.87 She appeared as a daughter on the census of circa January 1920 in the household of William Andrew MASSER and Sarah Ellen REED at 5335B Angora Terrace, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.108

On 16 June 1920 Estelle Gwendoline MASSER graduated from University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with a bachelor of science degree in education, having transferred there in September 1918. As of between 1922 and 1974, she also went by the name of Momie Field which was used by her son-in-law and later by her granddaughters. She was a member of the sorority Alpha Xi Delta between 1927 and September 1974. She was received into membership at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, on 14 April 1935. She was listed as his wife in the obituary for the death of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.59

She witnessed the marriage of Harvey Garland DRUIN and Rhoda Estelle FIELD on 21 August 1941 at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.109,110 She had breast surgery for benign tumors in July 1945 at Pennyslvania.87 She lived between August 1949 and August 1953 at 2830 Atlas Avenue (a duplex), Sacramento, Sacramento, California, which she shared with her parents.111,112 She lived between August 1953 and 1963 at 4521 Francis Court, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, which was, by coincidence, once the home of her daughter and son-in-law in the 1940’s.113 She was listed as his sister in the obituary for the death of Chester Luther MASSER on 24 January 1956 at Houston, Harris, Texas.114

She lived between 1963 and 1969 at 20 South Sunset Avenue, Lodi, San Joaquin, California.115,116 She lived between 1969 and September 1974 at Gross Convalescent Hospital, 321 Turner Road, Lodi, San Joaquin, California. She died on 8 September 1974 at Gross Convalescent Hospital, 321 Turner Road, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, at age 78 of cerebral thrombosis due to cerebral arteriosclerosis.117,118 She was buried on 27 May 1975 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.9,10

 

Known children of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD and Estelle Gwendoline MASSER were:

 

31.

i.

Rhoda Estelle FIELD, born 28 April 1922 at Nursery and Child Hospital, 161 West 61st Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York; married Harvey Garland DRUIN; married Carl Richard MOORE.

 

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Thorold Farrar FIELD was born on 6 March 1884 at New York, New York , New York.119 He was baptized on 30 October 1885 at Dobbs Ferry, Westchester, New York, by Canon Farrar.  Thorold was named for this man with his middle name.120 He married Katherine VAN VLECK on 20 June 1931 at Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin. He died on 13 June 1960 at Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota, at age 76.121,122 He was buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, 2516 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota, in Section L, Block 44, Lot 13.9

He was described as short and stocky and talked quickly. He was a mineralogist. He was a mining engineer in June 1900 at New York. He appeared as a son on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Clara Louise LINDLEY at 17 East 43rd Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.56 Thorold Farrar FIELD graduated from the University of Minnesota, Minnesota. He appeared, living alone, on the census of circa January 1920 at 1531 First, Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota.123 He was a founder, owner and operator of gold mines, where he first visited to find his Lindley family missionary roots circa 1931 at Africa . He lived on 8 September 1939 at Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida.59 He was listed as a surviving brother in the obituary for the death of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.59 

 

Katherine VAN VLECK was born on 15 June 1894 at Superior, Douglas, Wisconsin.9,124 She lived in September 1962 at 2602 East Third St., Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota. She was ill with stomach cancer, which was successfully treated with surgery for some years. She died on 8 December 1983 at Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota, at age 89 of dementia. She was buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, 2516 Woodland Avenue, Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota, in Section L, Block 44, Lot 13.9

 

Known children of Thorold Farrar FIELD and Katherine VAN VLECK are:

 

32.

i.

Cyrus West FIELD III PhD is still living.

   

ii.

Katherine Van Vleck FIELD is still living.


Generation Four

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Grace Field LINDLEY was born on 11 June 1906 at Cuba . She married Chauncy Brooks HARRYMAN Sr. on 8 May 1924. She died on 28 November 1928 at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, at age 22, as the result of an automobile accident. She is buried in the Harryman-Turnbull Cemetery, Phoenix, Baltimore, Maryland *[Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com]

 

Chauncy Brooks HARRYMAN Sr. was born 15 July 1904 in Maryland. He married second to Margaret Gaffney, who was born in 1906 and died in 1980 and was previously married to Mr. Rorapaugh. Chauncy died 31 May 1982 and is buried in the Harryman-Turnbull Cemetery, Phoenix, Baltimore, Maryland *[Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com].

 

Known children of Grace Field LINDLEY and Chauncy Brooks HARRYMAN Sr. are:

   

i.

Chauncy Brooks HARRYMAN Jr is still living.

 

33.

ii.

Arthur Lindley HARRYMAN was born 18 Oct 1927. He married Muriel Elizabeth KRAFT.

 

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Arthur Field LINDLEY Jr was born on 19 February 1909 at Cuba . He married Elsa Rebecca MULLEN on 12 October 1929. He and Elsa Rebecca MULLEN lived in March 1931 at 1213 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland at the time of the birth of their daughter, Grace. He and Elsa Rebecca MULLEN were divorced in 1944. He married Barbara Carolyn DEERING on 7 April 1951. He died circa 1960’s.

 

Elsa Rebecca MULLEN was born 9 February 1911 and died January 1992.  She married after 1944 to John GRAHAM.  She was also known as Rebecca MULLINS.

 

Known children of Arthur Field LINDLEY Jr. and Elsa Rebecca MULLEN are:

 

34.

i.

Grace Field LINDLEY was born 30 March 1931 at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. She married Leonard Allen MAY Sr.

 

35.

ii.

Patricia LINDLEY is still living.

 

36.

iii.

Elsa Rebecca LINDLEY is still living.

 

37.

iv.

Marion Terrie LINDLEY is still living.

 

Barbara Carolyn DEERING died between 1980 and 1989.

 

Known children of Arthur Field LINDLEY Jr. and Barbara Carolyn DEERING are:

   

i.

Arthur Field LINDLEY III is still living.

   

ii.

Barbara Deering LINDLEY is still living.

 

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Ethan Allen LINDLEY Sr was born on 2 July 1916 at Cuba . He married Doris VERNON on 28 March 1942 at Winston-Salem, Forsyth, North Carolina. He died on 18 November 1976 at Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, at age 60 while on a business trip, but he lived in Atlanta, Georgia at the time.  He was buried at Arlington Memorial Park, Sandy Springs, Fulton, Georgia .

 

Doris VERNON   is still living.

 

Known children of Ethan Allen LINDLEY Sr. and Doris VERNON are:

 

38

i.

Virginia Vernon LINDLEY is still living.

 

39 

ii.

Ethan Allen LINDLEY Jr. is still living

 

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Daniel Allen LINDLEY Sr. was born 29 September 1905 at New York.   He married Peggy MILLER on 10 December 1931 at the 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church, New York, New York, New York.

He appeared as a son on the census circa January 1920 in the household of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Sr. and Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH at Lydecker, Englewood, Bergen, New Jersey.  In 1926, he graduated from Yale University, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.  He was a stockbroker with Lindley & Company at New York, New York, New York.  He lived at 235 Old Black Point Road, Niantic, Connecticut in 1992.

 

Peggy MILLER was born 5 July 1907, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Alexander Miller.  She died 25 December 2003 in Niantic, New London, Connecticut.

 

Known children of Daniel Allen LINDLEY Sr. and Peggy MILLER are:

 

40

i.

Daniel Allen LINDLEY Jr is still living.

 

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Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Jr was born on 17 October 1909 at New Jersey. He married Lucille BERTOLETTE on 10 September 1934. He died circa 1979.

He appeared as a son on the census of circa January 1920 in the household of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Sr. and Sarah Elizabeth ELLSWORTH at Lydecker, Englewood, Bergen, New Jersey.73 In 1932 Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Jr. graduated from Yale University, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.

 

Lucille BERTOLETTE

 

Known children of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY Jr and Lucille BERTOLETTE are:

 

41 

i.

Elizabeth Elaine LINDLEY is still living.

 

42 

ii.

Allen Ledyard LINDLEY III is still living.

 

20

Elizabeth Ann LINDLEY

 

George Eustis COOKMAN died on 7 August 1943.

 

Known children of Elizabeth Ann LINDLEY and George Eustis COOKMAN are:

 

43

i.

Allen COOKMAN Sr. is still living.

 

William Goadby POST

 

Known children of Elizabeth Ann LINDLEY and William Goadby POST Sr. are:

 

44

i.

William Goadby POST Jr is still living

 

45

ii.

Lucinda Ann POST is still living.

 

46

iii.

Peter Lindley POST is still living.

 

21

Theodore John LINDLEY Jr was born on 30 March 1909 at New York. He married Ethel Shaw BROWN on 26 June 1937. He died on 21 May 1961 at age 52.

He appeared as a son on the census of circa January 1920 in the household of Theodore John LINDLEY Sr. and Evelyn CRUICKSHANK at 8 Norman Road, Montclair, Essex, New Jersey.75 He was employed by Williams-Holling Company as an advertising manager between 1930 and 1939.

 

Ethel Shaw BROWN died in September 1983

 

Known children of Theodore John LINDLEY Jr and Ethel Shaw BROWN were:

   

i.

Theodore John LINDLEY III was born on 26 November 1943 at Newark, Essex, New Jersey. He never married. He died on 4 March 1990 at New York, New York, New York, at age 46. He was buried at Lakeside Cemetery, East Andover, Merrimack, New Hampshire.

 

47

ii.

Mary Field LINDLEY is still living

 

22

Bryant Phelps LINDLEY was born on 17 May 1912 at New York, New York, New York. He married Virginia MARSTON on 25 June 1938 at Blue Point, Suffolk, New York. He died on 28 February 1998 at Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, at age 85.

He appeared as a son on the census of circa January 1920 in the household of Theodore John LINDLEY Sr. and Evelyn CRUICKSHANK at 8 Norman Road, Montclair, Essex, New Jersey.75 He was educated at Hamilton College, Utica, Oneida, New York. He lived in 1992 at 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue, Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware

 

Virginia MARSTON was born on 29 July 1917 at Blue Point, Suffolk, New York. She died on 27 September 1997 at Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware, at age 80.

 

Known children of Bryant Phelps LINDLEY and Virginia MARSTON are:

 

48

i.

Peter Marston LINDLEY is still living.

 

49

ii.

John Mason LINDLEY is still living.

 

50

iii.

Daniel Field LINDLEY is still living.

 

23

Dwight Newton LINDLEY was born on 4 July 1920 at Glen Ridge, Essex, New Jersey. In 1942, he graduated from Hamilton College, Clinton, Oneida, New York with a BA degree. He was a master sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II. He married Janie MORRISON on 2 September 1944 at Essex Falls, Essex, New Jersey. In 1947, he graduated from Columbia University, New York, with a MA degree and in 1958 from Columbia University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, New York with a doctorate degree in English and Comparative Literature. He taught two years at Bowdoin College in Maine and then spent the rest of his career at Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, where he began in 1952 and progressed to hold the Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English. During his tenure, he spent 6 years as chair of the English Department and was acting Dean from 1974-1975. He co-edited, with Francis Mineka, four volumes of the late letters of John Stuart Mill. He retired in 1982. In 1996, he moved to Walpole, Norfolk, Massachusetts and he died at the Caritas Norwood Hospital, Norwood, Norfolk, Massachusetts, at age 87. He was buried at the Hamilton College Cemetery, Clinton, Oneida, New York.

 

Janie Elizabeth MORRISON was born 9 August 1920 in Corinth, Mississippi. She had military service as a staff sergeant in the United States Marines during World War II, as cited on her grave marker.  She died on 13 August 2001 at Walpole, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She was buried at Hamilton College Cemetery, Clinton, Oneida, New York.

 

Known children of Dwight Newton LINDLEY and Janie Elizabeth MORRISON are:

 

51

i.

David Morrison LINDLEY is still living.

 

52

ii.

Marguerite Adams LINDLEY is still living.

 

53

iii.

Ann Cruikshank LINDLEY is still living.

 

24

Alice Isabel JUDSON was born on 25 February 1894 at Irvington, Westchester, New York. She married Russell Kennedy JONES Sr. on 8 October 1921. She and Russell Kennedy JONES Sr. were divorced. She died on 15 ??? 1986.

 

Russell Kennedy JONES Sr married second to another woman named Alice. He died in October 1986.

 

Known children of Alice Isabel JUDSON and Russell Kennedy JONES Sr. were:

 

54

i.

Alice Anne Kennedy JONES is still living.

 

55

ii.

Russell Kennedy JONES Jr, born 5 June 1931 at New York, New York, New York ; married Saranne Ruth KINCH.

 

25

Cyrus Field JUDSON Jr was born on 30 July 1898 at Irvington, Westchester, New York. He married Virginia Walton NEEDHAM on 30 August 1930 at Ithaca, Tompkins, New York. He died on 10 September 1956 at Hastings-on-Hudson, Westchester, New York, at age 58. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington, Virginia. [Photo of grave marker on Findagrave.com].

He was employed by the ALCOA Steamship Company as a manager. He had military service as a lieutenant in the United States Marines during World War I. He was a clerk with a dockwright (it was hard to read) company in January 1920 at New York. He appeared as a grandson on the census of between 1 January 1920 and 26 January 1920 in the household of his grandmother Isabella FIELD at Ardsley Park Road, Irvington, Westchester, New York.42

 

Virginia Walton NEEDHAM was an assistant librarian. She was born on 7 January 1902 at Washington, Washington, District of Columbia, daughter of Henry B. Needham and Mabel Alexander. In 1923 Virginia Walton NEEDHAM graduated from Cornell University, Ithaca, Tompkins, New York. She lived from 1992 to February 1998 at Goodwin House West  #901, 3440 South Jefferson, Falls Church, Fairfax, Virginia. She died on 1 February 1998 at Virginia at age 96. She is buried at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington, Virginia. [Photo of grave marker on Findagrave.com].

 

Known children of Cyrus Field JUDSON Jr and Virginia Walton NEEDHAM are:

 

56

i.

Cyrus Field JUDSON III is still living.

 

57

ii.

Virginia Walton JUDSON is still living.

 

26

Irene Victoria EARDLEY-WILMOT was born on 26 July 1897 at Lausanne, Switzerland . She married John Wilberforce HARE on 5 June 1918 at Malvern, Gloucestershire, England . She died in 1956.

 

John Wilberforce HARE had military service as a major in the Royal Artillery in England . He died on 28 November 1954.

 

Known children of Irene Victoria EARDLEY-WILMOT and John Wilberforce HARE were:

   

i.

John Edward HARE was born on 11 March 1919 at Lydd, Kent, England . He died on 14 December 1941 at age 22 in military action. He is remembered at Singapore Memorial, Kranji, North, Singapore, China. [Photo of plaque at Findagrave.com].

He was educated at Ampleforth College, Gilling Castle, Yorkshire, England . He had military service as a lieutenant very early during World War II in the Royal Artillery of the British forces.

   

ii.

Charles Colville HARE was born on 8 June 1922 at Catterick, Yorkshire, England, a twin. He died on 27 October 1942 at age 20 in military action. He is buried at El Alamein War Cemetery, El Alamein, Matruh, Egypt, in plot III, F-3.

He was educated at Ampleforth Preparatory School, Gilling Castle, Yorkshire, England . He had military service early in World War II probably in the British forces.

 

58

iii.

Irene HARE.

   

iv.

Owen Francis Field HARE.

 

27

Dolly Stephanie FIELD was born on 21 June 1905 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota. She married Harvey James WISHART on 16 July 1931. She died on 31 May 1960 at Lake Forest, Lake, Illinois, at age 54 of cancer.

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 21 April 1910 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr. and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.  She appeared as a daughter on the census of 19 January 1920 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at 416 Fifth Southeast, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.79 In 1928 Dolly Stephanie FIELD graduated from the University of Minnesota, Minnesota. She lived between 1940 and 1949 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois .

 

Harvey James WISHART was born on 17 July 1906 at Ashland, Ashland, Wisconsin. He died on 29 June 1975 at Cook County, Illinois, at age 68.125

 

Known children of Dolly Stephanie FIELD and Harvey James WISHART were:

 

59

i.

James Young WISHART is still living.

   

ii.

Stephen Field WISHART126 was born on 6 January 1944 at Evanston, Cook, Illinois . He died in 1996 at Aspen, Pitkin, Colorado.

 

28

John Andrews FIELD was born on 4 January 1909 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota. He married Helen DROUGHT on 6 June 1931 at Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota . He died on 10 June 1996 at the Methodist Hospital, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, at age 87.  He was cremated and his ashes were not kept; he does not have a burial location.

He appeared as a son on the census of 21 April 1910 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr. and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.  He appeared as a son on the census of 19 January 1920 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at 416 Fifth Southeast, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.79 In 1931 John Andrews FIELD graduated from the University of Minnesota, Minnesota. He lived in 1992 at 310 Bushaway Road, Wayzata, Hennepin, Minnesota.

 

Helen DROUGHT was born on 4 April 1906 at Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota, the daughter of Warren W. Drought and Katherine Lenore Hovey.  She died on 18 June 1994 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, at age 88.  She was cremated and her ashes were not kept; she does not have a burial location.

She appeared on the census of April 1910 at Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota, where she is enumerated with her parents and two sisters.  She appeared on the census of 7 January 1920 at Fergus Falls, Otter Tail, Minnesota, where she is again enumerated with her parents and two sisters, plus a brother.

 

Known children of John Andrews FIELD and Helen DROUGHT are:

 

60

i.

David Drought FIELD is still living.

 

61

ii.

Warren Andrews FIELD is still living.

 

29

Mary Louise FIELD was born on 29 September 1911 at Minnesota.127,128,129 She married Gordon Rinkle FRITCH on 15 July 1939 at Dolly Field’s home, near Lake Minnetonka, unknown county, Wisconsin. She died in August 1977 at probably Wisconsin at age 65.

She appeared as a daughter on the census of 19 January 1920 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at 416 Fifth Southeast, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.79 She was educated circa 1931 at the University of Minnesota, Minnesota.

 

Gordon Rinkle FRITCH was born on 3 October 1909 at Missouri. He died on 24 August 1983 at Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, at age 73.

 

Known children of Mary Louise FIELD and Gordon Rinkle FRITCH are:

   

i.

Susan Mary FRITCH is still living.

 

62

ii.

Gordon Field FRITCH is still living.

 

63

iii.

Robert Morton FRITCH is still living.

 

30

Inanda Maude FIELD was born on 22 October 1917 at Minnetonka, Hennepin, Minnesota. She married Roger John STEVENS on 18 February 1943 at St. Paul, Hennepin, Minnesota. She died on 9 January 1973 at St. Paul, Hennepin, Minnesota, at age 55.

She also went by the name of Nonnie. As of 1920, she also went by the name of Maude. She appeared as a daughter on the census 19 January 1920 in the household of Edward Morse FIELD Jr. and Dolly Sarah ANDREWS at 416 Fifth Southeast, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.79

 

Roger John STEVENS was born on 4 May 1917. He married Billie MAYNARD on 20 October 1975. He died circa 1991.

 

Known children of Inanda Maude FIELD and Roger John STEVENS are:

 

64

i.

Thomas Roger STEVENS is still living.

 

31

Rhoda Estelle FIELD was born on 28 April 1922 at Nursery and Child Hospital, 161 West 61st Street, New York (Manhattan Borough), New York, New York.90 She was baptized between 1933 and 1939 at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN, son of Harvey Greenberry DRUIN and Grace Virginia LEWIS, were married on 21 August 1941 at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, by Rev. Donald Lomas.  They met while the bride and groom’s parents lived next door to each other.109,110 She and Carl Richard MOORE were engaged on 10 May 1983 at Lodi, San Joaquin, California, when she accepted Carl’s proposal. She and Carl Richard MOORE, son of Harry Stewart MOORE and Velma Lorene WATSON, were married on 16 June 1983 at the First Congregational Church, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, in a private ceremony by the Rev. Paul Donovan.130,131,132,133 She died on 18 May 2002 at Fairmont Rehabilitation Hospital, Fairmont Avenue, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, at age 80 from the effects of having Alzheimer’s disease. She was buried on 17 August 2002 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, in the David Dudley Field plot.

She was named for Rhoda in the bible (Acts 12:13), which reads: "And when he [Peter] knocked at the door of the gateway, a maid named Rhoda came to answer." She also went by the name of Reffie and Rhodaleeta which was used by her parents. After her birth in 1922 and until 1924, she alternated living between the Chatham Hotel (later the Gladstone Hotel) in New York City, and the Lafayette or Mayflower Hotel, Washington D.C, with her parents (an unknown value). She lived between 1924 and 1925 at Caracas, Venezuela, with her parents. She lived between 1926 and 1932 at Apartment 41, Edificio Chibas, 237 Avenida de los Presidentes, Havana, Cuba, with her parents. She was educated between 1926 and 1932 at an Episcopal school, Havana, Cuba . She was awarded a cradle roll promotion certificate at Immanuel Lutheran Sunday School, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in June 1926. She lived between April 1933 and September 1940 at 12 Bent Road, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, with her parents and then with her mother after her father died. She was listed as a daughter in the obituary for the death of Woolsey Hopkins FIELD on 8 September 1939 at Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.59

In June 1940 Rhoda Estelle FIELD graduated from Cheltenham High School, Elkins Park, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, The yearbook describes her as "though often quiet, enjoys a good laugh.  She is obliging to her friends and likes company.  Much interested in music and knitting.  Worked for the 'Cheltonian' for two years." She was educated between September 1940 and May 1941 at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, attending just one year and majoring in education even though she wanted to be a nurse.  Her mother thought nursing work was too hard. She was initiated into the Alpha Phi Chapter of the sorority, Alpha Xi Delta to which she remained a member the rest of her life (from the original certificate) on 8 March 1941 at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived on 22 August 1941 at 3400 West Washington Boulevard (an apartment building), Chicago, Cook, Illinois , they also bought their first car together while living here.  It was a Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible Coupe, colored Sumac Red with leather upholstery and purchased 29 September 1941 for $1247.110,134 She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived between October 1941 and 1944 at 1120 South Austin Boulevard, Oak Park, Cook, Illinois.135,87 She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived in 1944 at 329 South Ridgeland Avenue, Oak Park, Cook, Illinois.136 She and Harvey Garland DRUIN moved in December 1944 to 1560 Cleveland Road, Glendale, Los Angeles, California. Circa 1947 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN moved to 4521 Francis Court, Sacramento, Sacramento, California. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN became members at the Pioneer Congregational Church, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, on 23 April 1950. Between 1951 and 1953 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived at California Vineyard Road (now Calvine), Elk Grove, Sacramento, California ; this was a modern dairy farm with electric milking machines.  Garland and Rhoda thought it would allow them more time with each other and their daughters.  However, it turned out to be a great deal more work than they anticipated.  After living there for one and a half years, the farm was sold in 1953 to Manuel Pasquale for $110,000.  The farm included 168 acres, of which 130 was permanent pasture, and 118 dairy cows. (information from a newspaper article).  The house was torn down in 1987 to make way for a new housing subdivision. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived in 1953 at 1433 Wentworth Avenue, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, for only a few months before moving to Los Angeles.  This house was described in the newspaper at the time they bought it as a colonial home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and a 30x30 separate rumpus house with barbecue and fireplace.  The grounds of 1/2 acre were completely landscaped, including a family orchard, berries and table grapes. In 1953 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN took a driving trip across the southern United States for three months, which included a few days on the island of Cuba just before Fidel Castro’s revolution began its six years of fighting to overthrow Fulgencio Batista.  Garland was unemployed at this time. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived between 11 February 1953 and May 1955 at 3240 Barbydell Drive, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.137 She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived between May 1955 and 1 December 1955 at 1555 Hayne Road, Hillsborough, San Mateo, California. They paid $34,000 for the new house.  Later a newspaper ad indicates that the Druins put the house up for sale at a price of $39,750, having spent $5000 on landscaping after they bought the house. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN lived after 1 December 1955 at 8 South Fairmont Avenue, Lodi, San Joaquin, California ; they lived there together until Garland ’s death and then Rhoda lived in the house alone until her marriage to Carl, at which time Carl moved into the house. Between November 1955 and 1 February 1963 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN were the owners of the Druin Morwear Paint Store, which Garland saw for sale when he was doing a survey trip to Stockton, California due to the impending transfer by Lerners.  A few days later, they bought the store at 130 North School Street, Lodi, San Joaquin, California.138 Between 1956 and 1978 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN were members of the Lodi Community Concert Association Board (serving from 1962 as well as later years), American Field Service, Lodi Union High School Parent-Teacher Association (Presidents in 1959), Executive Club, Merry Makers Dance Club and the Woodbridge Golf and County Club at Lodi, San Joaquin, California. Garland and Rhoda are best remembered in Lodi for their animated toy display put up for Christmas on their front lawn for many years; the Lodi Fire Department took over the display, but it did not continue many years thereafter. On 4 December 1959 Rhoda Estelle FIELD was invited to join Soroptimist International of Lodi; her membership was at first under the classification of paint store owner, but later was changed to investments after the paint store was sold.  She was president for the June 1963-June 1964 term at Lodi, San Joaquin, California. In 1960 Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN became members at the First Congregational Church (later the United Congregational Christian Church), Lodi, San Joaquin, California. In 1963 at a building at 113 North School Street, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN were referenced in a land record when a loan on this building was paid off by the Lodi Senior Citizens Club.  The Club had purchased this building from the Druins and it was across the street from their paint store. She and Harvey Garland DRUIN were feted at a 25th wedding anniversary party on 21 August 1966 at 8 South Fairmont Avenue, Lodi, San Joaquin, California.139 She was the informant for the certificate for the death of Estelle Gwendoline MASSER on 8 September 1974 at Gross Convalescent Hospital, 321 Turner Road, Lodi, San Joaquin, California.117,118 She inherited in 1974 by way of Isabella FIELD, who was the inheritor of a large chalk portrait of her mother, Mary Bryan Stone Field.  Isabella gave the portrait to her son, William Francis Judson Jr, who bequest it to Estelle Masser Field, who bequest it to Rhoda Field Druin Moore.  After Rhoda’s death, it was donated to the Irvington Historical Society on 15 July 2003. She was honored as "Women of the Year" (probably by the Chamber of Commerce) in 1975 at Lodi, San Joaquin, California.131 She was a witness when Helen Adele BREWER and Arthur Carl HECKENLAIBLE were feted at a 50th wedding anniversary party, where they renewed their vows with the same minister who married them 50 years ago in September 1979 at the First Congregational Church, Lodi, San Joaquin, California.140 Before June 1983 Rhoda Estelle FIELD was also a member of P.E.O., in which she served as president in 1986 at Lodi, San Joaquin, California. She and Carl Richard MOORE were members of the Community Concert Association between 1983 and 2000 at Lodi, San Joaquin, California. She was listed as a daughter-in-law in the obituary for the death of Grace Virginia LEWIS on 10 November 1986 at 1811 Edgewood Drive (her home), Lodi, San Joaquin, California.141,142 She lived between 5 July 2001 and 15 November 2001 at 2220 West Kettleman Lane, #111, Lodi, San Joaquin, California. She lived on 15 November 2001 at Austin Gardens, Room 3A, West Kettleman Lane, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, which is a facility for patients with Alzheimer’s. She died on 12 March 2002 at Fairmont Rehabilitation Hospital, Fairmont Avenue, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, and is buried at Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.

 

Harvey Garland DRUIN was an avid golfer, making a hole in one more than once; he also enjoyed being the trustee of a family trust and watching the stock market.  His daughter, Diane, remembers him saying that it would be a great day when the stock market hit 1000 (it was over 11,000 in the year 2000). He also went by the name of Garland or Gar. He also went by the name of Sonny Boy which was used by his mother. He was born on 9 June 1918 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.143,144,135,145 He lived with Harvey Greenberry DRUIN and Grace Virginia LEWIS on 9 June 1918 at 500 1/2 North Durland, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma; (this house no longer exists, the researcher took a photo of the area in the 1990’s).143,146 Harvey Garland DRUIN was named by his mother’s aunt, Nina Ward, because his mother refused to name him Harvey Greenberry after his father and this way, he had the same initials.  He used H. Garland Druin, Jr as his legal signature although his name technically wasn't the same as his father’s. He appeared as a son on the census of 6 January 1920 in the household of Harvey Greenberry DRUIN and Grace Virginia LEWIS at 2206 Buchanan Street, Amarillo, Potter, Texas.147,148 On 17 June 1932 Harvey Garland DRUIN graduated from Mount Vernon Junior High School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.149 Circa 1936 Harvey Garland DRUIN was diagnosed as a diabetic at about age 18.  Although he was a brittle diabetic, his health remained pretty good until the 1960’s.  He did, however, have back disc surgery in 1953.  In 1964 he had cataract surgery.  Also in 1964, he was a guinea pig for pituitary obliteration-cryogenic surgery for eye hemorrhaging.  He had cataract surgery on the other eye in 1965.  That same year he had laser surgery to try to stop the eye hemorrhaging.  He had percutaneous cordotomy surgery (neurosurgery) to try and stop the pain in his foot in 1971.  He had a pin put in his right hip due to a fall in 1976.  Later that year he had surgery on his right retina and went into a coma and shock, from which he survived. He was educated in 1936 at Los Angeles Junior College, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.150 He lived with Grace Virginia LEWIS and Eaton Brenton LLOYD Jr in 1938 at 237 North Bent Road, Wyncote, Montgomery, Pennsylvania; in a  home rented from and next door to Estelle Masser Field.151 Between September 1939 and April 1940 Harvey Garland DRUIN lived at Norristown, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, while he worked for Sears, a job his step-father got for him, and until he was transferred to the Sears Chicago office and lived at the YMCA for some months. Between April 1940 and January 1942 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois, Harvey Garland DRUIN was employed by Sears as a furniture buyer and he also wrote copy for the company’s catalogs, making $32 a week.  He worried a great deal about the correct spelling and putting in the correct price.  He was fired as a result of a conflict between his step-father and Sears. In 1942 Harvey Garland DRUIN was a worker in a defense plant for a while.  He could not tolerate the work schedule with his diabetes and left this job at Tut Hill Springs, county unknown, Illinois. Between June 1942 and December 1944 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, Harvey Garland DRUIN was employed by Wieboldts Department Store in accounting; he was later transferred to the dress department, where he made a name for himself. He was issued a new birth certificate with corrections on 13 August 1942 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.143 Between December 1944 and 1947 at Glendale, Los Angeles, California, Harvey Garland DRUIN was employed by Grayson-Robinson’s Ready to Wear Stores as a manager of the Glendale store; he took this job when he was approached by the company with an offer of $100 a week.150 Between 1947 and 1951 at 918 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento, California, Harvey Garland DRUIN was employed by Grayson-Robinson’s Ready To Wear Stores as the manager of the downtown store.  There is a letter in the researcher’s archives that indicates he tried to resign from his position as manager in May 1949, but it seems that he stayed on until 1951. He was chairman of the Red Cross fund campaign for downtown businesses in March 1950 at Sacramento, Sacramento, California. Between 1953 and May 1955 at 3113 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, Garland was a partner with Trend-O-Fashion, which was a chain of women’s apparel shops; this meant a great deal of travel up and down the state and it was difficult as a diabetic and he began looking for other work after several years. Between May 1955 and December 1955 at San Francisco, San Francisco, California, Harvey Garland DRUIN was employed by Lerner’s women’s apparel shops, managing the store in San Francisco and commuting from his home in Hillsborough on the peninsula.  He was told at first that he would be going to Seattle, Washington and in fact, Garland and Rhoda even bought a house there, which they never lived in before they sold it.  Garland hated the bus commute to San Francisco and the smog and asked for a transfer only a couple of months later. After January 1956 Harvey Garland DRUIN was a member of the Retail Merchants Association (presiding as chairman for a term), the Chamber of Commerce (presiding as director at one time), the Kiwanis Club (he was also a Kiwanis Klown), and the SIRS Club at Lodi, San Joaquin, California.150 On 12 April 1960 Lodi, San Joaquin, California, Harvey Garland DRUIN ran for city councilman in the general municipal election.  There were 9 candidates running for the two vacant seats.  Garland did not win a seat, having come in 5th with 817 votes. He was listed as a step-son in the will of Eaton Brenton LLOYD Jr on 27 January 1967 at Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut.152 He was listed as a son in the will of Grace Virginia LEWIS on 27 January 1967 at Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut.153 On 16 February 1978 Harvey Garland DRUIN was listed in a letter to receive $1000 from the estate of Hattie Rose SINGER.154 He died on 4 December 1978 at Lodi Memorial Hospital, Lodi, San Joaquin, California, at age 60 of probable septicemic shock due to cryohypophysectomy (shock due to a fall in his bedroom).155,9,150 He was buried on 12 April 1979 at the Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts.10,9

 

Known children of Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Harvey Garland DRUIN are:

 

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i.

Diane Dolores DRUIN is still living.

 

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ii.

Sue Ann DRUIN is still living.

 

Carl Richard MOORE132 was born on 7 July 1917 at Ventura, California. He appeared on the census of April 1930 in the household of his parents, Harry & Velma MOORE, at San Jose, Santa Clara, California. Carl graduated from San Jose State College in the spring of 1939. He married Evelyn Louise MOELLER on 6 September 1940 at Oakland, Alameda, California, by whom he had two children: Richard Carl MOORE and Shirley Jean MOORE. He had military service during World War II as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and as commander of the USS-PC 555. After the war, he worked as an export sales engineer for Frazar and Hansen Ltd., operating out of their office in San Francisco. He joined Super Mold Corporation, headquartered in Lodi, California, in 1963, from which he administered the sale of their products in 84 countries. He joined the Masonic Lodge in Oakland, California in 1946 and the Masonic Lodge in Lodi in 1964 and belonged to the Sciots Pyramid No. 5, the Hi 12 Club and the Tokay Shrine Club of Lodi. His first wife, Evelyn, died on 1 October 1979 at Stanford, California. He was the first Executor Director of Junior Achievement of Lodi and a past president of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Lodi. He died 23 January 2007 at Vienna Convalescent Hospital, 800 South Ham Lane, Lodi, California, at age 89, having moved there in July 2006 from his assisted living residence. He was buried on 7 October 2007 at Stockbridge Town Cemetery, Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts, next to his second wife, Rhoda.

 

There were no known children of Rhoda Estelle FIELD and Carl Richard MOORE

 

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Cyrus West FIELD III PhD was born on 5 May 1933 at Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota. He married Rebecca Hooker PAINE on 28 June 1958 at Duluth, Saint Louis, Minnesota. He died on 21 November 2011 at Newport, Lincoln, Oregon, at age 78. His burial place was not given in his obituary, but a summer 2012 memorial service was planned.

In June 1956, he graduated from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, with a bachelor of science degree in geology. In June 1957, he graduated from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, with a master's degree in geology. In June 1961, he received his doctorate degree in geology from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut and he became a geology professor at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. As a geologist, he made original contributions to the understanding of the origins of major copper deposits in the U.S., British Columbia, Chile and Peru. As a professor, he mentored 47 MS and Ph.D. students who went on to careers in academia, industry and the government. During his six-year tenure as department chairman, he chaired the committee that employed the first female geology professor, presided over the merger of geology and geography into the Department of Geosciences and served as its first chairman. He retired on 1 January 1995.

 

Rebecca Hooker PAINE is still living.

 

Known children of Cyrus West FIELD III PhD and Rebecca Hooker PAINE are:

 

67.

i.

Cyrus West FIELD IV is still living.

   

i.

Thorold Farrar FIELD is still living.

   

iii.

Frederic Paine FIELD is still living.

 

68.

iv.

Edward Hooker FIELD PhD is still living.


Generation Five

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Arthur Lindley HARRYMAN was born 18 Oct 1927 in Maryland. He married Muriel Elizabeth KRAFT on 14 Jun 1952. He died 13 Oct 1996 and is buried in Harryman-Turnbull Cemetery, Phoenix, Baltimore, Maryland *[Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com].

 

Muriel Elizabeth KRAFT was born 11 Apr 1930. She died 13 Aug 1996 and is buried in the Harryman-Turnbull Cemetery, Phoenix, Baltimore, Maryland *[Photo of grave marker at Findagrave.com].

 

Known children of Arthur Lindley HARRYMAN and Muriel Elizabeth KRAFT are:

   

i.

Kathryn Anne HARRYMAN is still living.

   

ii.

Patricia Lynne HARRYMAN is still living.

   

iii.

Michael Lindley HARRYMAN is still living.

 

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Grace Field LINDLEY was born on 30 March 1931 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland. She married Leonard Allen MAY Sr. She was a gifted artist, but suffered from mental illness. She was hospitalized in South Florida in 1965, but subsequently returned to Maryland with her husband, Leonard, some time in the late 1960’s. In about 1993, she joined Leonard at St. Mary’s Nursing Home in Leonardtown, Maryland, where she lived until her death. She died on 12 July 1997 at Leonardtown, St. Marys, Maryland, at age 66. She was buried at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, Prince Georges, Maryland .

 

Leonard Allen MAY Sr was born 23 March 1916 at Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England, the son of George May and Violet Starkey. He had military service in the United States Air Force for 16 years and was a veteran of World War II. He received six Battle Stars, the Purple Heart, the Croix de Guerre with palm and the Presidential United of Citation with cluster. He was stationed in Liverpool, England in September 1950 (from a photograph). He and his wife, Grace, retired to the Baltimore, Maryland area and eventually both went to the same nursing home, where they lived until their deaths. He died on 6 October 1996 at St. Mary’s Hospital, Leonardtown, St. Marys, Maryland. He was buried at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, Prince Georges, Maryland .

 

Known children of Grace Field LINDLEY and Leonard Alan MAY were:

 

69

i.

Glen E. MAY is still living.

 

70

ii.

Leonard Allen MAY is still living.

   

iii.

Suzanne Linda MAY was born 17 August 1955 at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, a twin. She possessed an artistic nature like her mother. At age 10, while the family was stationed in South Florida, the children were detained during the hospitalization of their mother. Suzanne eventually returned to Baltimore to rejoin the family in 1972. She died suddenly in January 1974 at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland.

   

iv.

Robert MAY was born 17 August 1955, a twin. He died at a young age.

 

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v.

Terrie Lynn MAY is still living.

 

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Patricia LINDLEY is still living.

 

George Albert SEITZ is still living.

 

Known children of Patricia LINDLEY and George Albert SEITZ are:

   

i.

John Michael SEITZ is still living.

   

ii.

James Arthur SEITZ is still living.

 

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Elsa Rebecca LINDLEY is still living.

 

Robert Arnold HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

 

Known children of Elsa Rebecca LINDLEY and Robert Arnold HOMMERBOCKER are:

   

i.

Robert Arnold HOMMERBOCKER Jr is still living.

   

ii.

David Edmund HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

 

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iii.

William Kenneth HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

   

iv.

Linda Ann HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

 

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Marion Terrie LINDLEY is still living.

 

Donald Bartley RICHARDSON is still living.

 

Known children of Marion Terrie LINDLEY and Donald Bartley RICHARDSON are:

   

i.

Sherry Lynne RICHARDSON is still living.

 

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Virginia Vernon LINDLEY is still living.

 

James M. BALLINTINE was born 2 July 194? at Georgia .  He died in 1972 in Paris, France .

 

There were no known children of Virginia Vernon LINDLEY and James M. BALLINTINE.

 

Jean-Michel BOCK is still living.

 

Known children of Virginia Vernon LINDLEY and Jean-Michel BOCK are:

 

73 

i.

Olivier Lindley BOCK is still living.

 

74 

ii.

Patrick Allen BOCK is still living.

 

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Ethan Allen LINDLEY Jr. is still living.

 

Elizabeth Grey MINTER is still living.

 

There were no known children of Ethan Allen LINDLEY Jr. and Elizabeth Grey MINTER.

 

Denise VEAZEY is still living.

 

There were no known children of Ethan Allen LINDLEY Jr. and Denise VEAZEY.

 

Stella HARDING is still living.

 

Known children of Ethan Allen LINDLEY and Stella HARDING are:

   

i.

Ethan Allen LINDLEY III is still living.

 

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Daniel Allen LINDLEY Jr is still living.

 

Amy HOYT died in November 1979.

 

Known children of Daniel Allen LINDLEY Jr and Amy HOYT are:

   

i.

Daniel Allen LINDLEY III is still living.

   

ii.

Helen Stokes LINDLEY is still living.

 

Lucia WALLERWOODS is still living.

 

There were no known children of Daniel Allen LINDLEY Jr and Lucia WALLERWOODS.

 

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Elizabeth Elaine LINDLEY is still living.

 

Lance Evan BIRD is still living.

 

Known children of Elizabeth Elaine LINDLEY and Lance Evan BIRD are:

   

i.

Lola Elaine BIRD is still living.

 

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Allen Ledyard LINDLEY III is still living.

 

Astrid Margaret NAESS is still living.

 

Known children of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY III and Astrid Margaret NAESS are:

   

i.

Lisa Karen LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Siri Elizabeth LINDLEY is still living.

 

Nancy RICHMOND is still living.

 

There were no known children of Allen Ledyard LINDLEY III and Nancy RICHMOND.

 

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Allen COOKMAN Sr is still living.

 

Tania SPARKS is still living.

 

Known children of Allen Cookman Sr. and Tania SPARKS are:

   

i.

Allen Cookman POST Jr is still living.

   

ii.

John Sparks POST is still living.

 

Margaret GREYSON is still living.

 

There were no known children of Allen Cookman Sr. and Margaret GREYSON.

 

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William Goadby POST Jr is still living.

 

Nancy TUCKER is still living.

 

Known children of William Goadby POST Jr and Nancy TUCKER were:

   

i.

Paul Alexander POST was born on 9 September 1975 at Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont. He died on 13 November 1987 at probably Vermont at age 12 in a automobile accident.

   

ii.

Peter Tucker POST is still living.

 

Faith WADHAMS is still living.

 

There were no known children of William Goadby POST Jr and Faith WADHAMS.

 

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Lucinda Ann POST is still living.

 

Edward C. PALMER is still living.

 

There were no known children of Lucinda Ann POST and Edward C. PALMER.

 

John SENNING is still living.

 

Known children of Lucinda Ann POST and John SENNING are:

   

i.

Daniel Rickley SENNING is still living.

   

ii.

William SENNING is still living.

 

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Peter Lindley POST is still living.

 

Patricia COWARD is still living.

 

Known children of Peter Lindley POST and Patricia COWARD are:

   

i.

Anna Lindley POST is still living.

   

ii.

Elizabeth POST is still living.

 

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Mary Field LINDLEY is still living.

 

Frank E. JURTA is still living.

 

Known children of Mary Field LINDLEY and Frank E. Jurta are:

 

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i.

Stephanie Ann JURTA is still living.

   

ii.

Alison Mary JURTA is still living.

 

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Peter Marston LINDLEY is still living.

 

Karen Ann KRIEGER is still living.

 

Known children of Peter Marston LINDLEY and Karen Ann KRIEGER are:

 

76

i.

Gretchen Ann LINDLEY is still living.

 

77

ii.

Tara Phelps LINDLEY is still living.

 

Claire BALDWIN is still living.

 

There are no known children of Peter Marston LINDLEY and Claire BALDWIN.

 

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John Mason LINDLEY is still living.

 

Susan Lynette HILL was born 4 July 1945 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Victor E. Hill III and Lois Rahenkamp . In 1967, she graduated from Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, with a bachelor of arts degree. In 1974, she graduated from Duke University, Durham, Durham, North Carolina with a doctorate degree in Religion. She was a professor at North Carolina State University, the College of William and Mary, and the last 30 years of her career, she taught at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. She was the author of the book, "You Have Stept Out of Your Place: A History of Women and Religion in America," published in 1996. She died on 27 December 2005 at Northfield, Rice, Minnesota at the age of 60 and was buried at Oaklawn Cemetery, Northfield, Rice, Minnesota.

 

Known children of John Mason LINDLEY and Susan Lynette HILL are:

 

78

i.

Jonathan Michael LINDLEY is still living.

 

79

ii.

Nathaniel Mason LINDLEY is still living.

 

80

iii.

Kathryn Virginia LINDLEY is still living.

   

iv.

Stephen Thomas LINDLEY is still living.

  Meredith Willis POTTER is still living.
 

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Daniel Field LINDLEY is still living.

 

Sydney D. LICKLE is still living.

 

Known children of Daniel Field LINDLEY and Sydney D. LICKLE are:

 

81

i.

Peyton Field LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Hunter Dupont LINDLEY is still living.

   

iii.

Blair Carpenter LINDLEY is still living.

 

Margaret SEARS is still living.

 

There are no known children of Daniel Field LINDLEY and Margaret SEARS.

 

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David Morrison LINDLEY is still living.

 

Jane Cowan VON DER HEYDE is still living.

 

Known children of David Morrison LINDLEY and Jane Cowan VON DER HEYDE are:

 

82

i.

Camilla von der Heyde LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Carolyn Field LINDLEY is still living.

 

52

Marguerite Adams LINDLEY is still living.

 

Robert Charles ALMANAS is still living.

 

Known children of Marguerite Adams LINDLEY and Robert Charles ALMANAS are:

   

i.

Rachel Lindley ALMANAS is still living.

   

ii.

Kathryn Parker ALMANAS is still living.

   

iii.

Sarah Harris ALMANAS is still living.

 

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Ann Cruikshank LINDLEY is still living.

 

Carlos ARANGUREN is still living.

 

Known children of Ann Cruikshank LINDLEY and Carlos ARANGUREN are:

   

i.

Maria Lindley ARANGUREN is still living.

   

ii.

Clara Lindley ARANGUREN is still living.

 

54

Alice Anne Kennedy JONES is still living.

 

Snowden TAYLOR PhD is still living.

 

Known children of Alice Anne Kennedy JONES and Snowden TAYLOR PhD are:

 

83

i.

Timothy Snowden TAYLOR is still living.

 

84

ii.

Dean McCoy TAYLOR is still living.

 

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iii.

David Winship TAYLOR is still living.

   

iv.

Rolf Kennedy TAYLOR is still living.

   

v.

Nancy Theora TAYLOR is still living.

   

vi.

Mary Needham TAYLOR is still living.

 

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Russell Kennedy JONES Jr was born on 5 June 1931 at New York, New York, New York. He married Saranne Ruth KINCH on 17 November 1957 at Wisconsin. He died in October 1985 at Menasha, Winnebago, Wisconsin, at age 54. He was buried at Martha’s Vineyard, Dukes, Massachusetts .

He was employed by Kimberly-Clark as a manager at Wisconsin. In 1955 Russell Kennedy JONES Jr graduated from Yale University, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, with a bachelor’s degree. In 1957 Russell Kennedy JONES Jr graduated from the Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, with a graduate degree.

 

Saranne Ruth KINCH died in 1987.

 

Known children of Russell Kennedy JONES Jr and Saranne Ruth KINCH are:

   

i.

Elizabeth Kennedy JONES is still living.

 

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ii.

Russell Kennedy JONES III is still living.

 

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Cyrus Field JUDSON III is still living.

 

Barbara VAN HEUSDEN is still living.

 

Known children of Cyrus Field JUDSON III and Barbara VAN HEUSDEN are:

 

87

i.

Lawrence Field JUDSON is still living.

 

88

ii.

Donna JUDSON is still living.

 

89

iii.

Jacqueline JUDSON is still living.

 

57

Virginia Walton JUDSON is still living.

 

Richard Lewis THORNBURGH is still living.

 

Known children of Virginia Walton JUDSON and Richard Lewis THORNBURGH are:

 

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i.

John Kendall THORNBURGH is still living.

 

91

ii.

David Bradford THORNBURGH is still living.

   

iii.

Peter Lewis THORNBURGH is still living.

   

iv.

William Field THORNBURGH is still living.

 

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Irene HARE.

 

Anthony Graborn GANGE is still living.

 

Known children of Irene HARE and Anthony Graborn GANGE are:

   

i.

John Graborn GANGE is still living.

   

ii.

Christopher Colville GANGE is still living.

 

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James Young WISHART is still living.

 

Marita (?) is still living.

 

Known children of James Young WISHART and Marita (?) are:

   

i.

Joachim KOHLER is still living.

   

ii.

Marco WISHART is still living.

 

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David Drought FIELD is still living.

 

Mary Louise BAKER is still living.

 

Known children of David Drought FIELD and Mary Louise BAKER are:

 

92

i.

Julie Ann FIELD is still living.

  92A

ii.

John Charles FIELD is still living.

 

Nancy Ann SCHEDEL is still living.

 

There were no known children of David Drought FIELD and Nancy Ann SCHEDEL.

 

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Warren Andrews FIELD is still living.

 

Suzanne QUALE is still living.

 

Known children of Warren Andrews FIELD and Suzanne QUALE are:

   

i.

Meeja FIELD is still living.

   

ii.

Holly Ann FIELD is still living.

   

iii.

Thomas Quan FIELD is still living.

  92B

iv.

Andrew West FIELD is still living.

  92C

v.

Sarah Elizabeth FIELD is still living.

 

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Gordon Field FRITCH is still living.

 

Sandra Lee WHEELER is still living.

 

Known children of Gordon Field FRITCH and Sandra Lee WHEELER are:

 

93

i.

Mary Lynn FRITCH is still living.

 

94

ii.

Christopher Alan FRITCH is still living.

 

95

iii.

Bradley Gordon FRITCH is still living.

 

Mina J. LINDERHOHLM married first to Larry WOODFILL (they divorced) and second to David HOLM (they also divorced). She died on 21 March 1988 at Coon Rapids, Anoka, Minnesota.

 

Known children of Gordon Field FRITCH and Mina J. LINDERHOHLM are:

 

96

i.

Kim Christine FRITCH is still living.

 

97

ii.

Jillene Ann FRITCH is still living.

 

Ruth JOHNSON is still living.

 

There were no known children of Gordon Field FRITCH and Ruth Johnson.

 

Shelley K. TOBIAS is still living.

 

There were no known children of Gordon Field FRITCH and Shelley K. Tobias.

 

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Robert Morton FRITCH is still living.

 

Janice Marie RATH is still living.

 

Known children of Robert Morton FRITCH and Janice Marie RATH were:

   

i.

Charles Gordon FRITCH was stillborn on 22 September 1975; at full term.

   

ii.

Robert Charles FRITCH is still living.

   

iii.

Brian Gordon FRITCH is still living.

   

iv.

Julie Marie FRITCH is still living.

 

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Thomas Roger STEVENS is still living.

 

Deborah Ann DICKINSON is still living.

 

There were no known children of Thomas Roger STEVENS and Deborah Ann DICKINSON.

 

Vicki Kay (?) is still living.

 

Known children of Thomas Roger STEVENS and Vicki Kay (?) are:

   

i.

Joshua STEVENS is still living.

 

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Diane Dolores DRUIN is still living.

 

George Clarence GRAVLEE Jr is still living.

 

Known children of Diane Dolores DRUIN and George Clarence GRAVLEE Jr are:

 

98

i.

George Scott GRAVLEE PhD is still living.

 

99

ii.

Brenda Diane GRAVLEE is still living.

 

66

Sue Ann DRUIN is still living.

 

Roger Wilbur OTIS is still living.

 

Known children of Sue Ann DRUIN and Roger Wilbur OTIS are:

 

100

i.

Beth OTIS is still living.

   

ii.

Nathan Burke OTIS is still living.

 

101

iii.

Bernadine OTIS is still living.

 

102

iv.

Laura Joan OTIS is still living.

   

v.

Robert Eugene OTIS is still living.

   

vi.

Cindy Lucy OTIS is still living.

 

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Cyrus West FIELD IV is still living.

 

Stephanie Lynn BUFFUM is still living.

 

Known children of Cyrus West FIELD IV and Stephanie Lynn BUFFUM are:

   

i.

Maxwell Buffum FIELD is still living.

 

68

Edward Hooker FIELD PhD is still living.

 

Linda Stephanie FALB is still living.

 

Known children of Edward Hooker FIELD PhD and Linda Stephanie Falb are:

   

i.

Cyrus William FIELD is still living.

   

ii.

Ava Paige FIELD is still living.


Generation Six

 

69

Glen E. MAY is still living.

 

Cathy TOMLINSON is still living.

 

Known children of Glen E. MAY and Cathy TOMLINSON are:

   

i.

Glen E. MAY is still living.

   

ii.

April MAY is still living.

   

iii.

Crystel MAY is still living.

 

Linda (?) is still living.

   

70

Leonard Allen MAY Jr is still living.

 

Donna (?) is still living

 

Known children of Leonard Allen MAY Jr. and Donna (?) are:

   

i.

Kendra MAY is still living.

   

 ii.

Krista MAY is still living.

   

71

Terrie Lynn MAY is still living.

 

Michael Alan GRAY Sr is still living.

 

Known children of Terrie Lynn MAY and Michael Alan GRAY Sr. are:

   

i.

John Richard GRAY is still living.

 

103

ii.

Kristen Brooke GRAY is still living.

   

iii.

Ashley Ann GRAY is still living.

   

iv.

Michael Alan GRAY Jr. is still living.

   

72

William Kenneth HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

 

Robin MCINTIRE is still living.

 

Known children of William Kenneth HOMMERBOCKER and Robin MCINTIRE are:

   

i.

Caron HOMMERBOCKER is still living.

 

73

Olivier Lindley BOCK is still living.

 

Paula Sabrine WEBER is still living.

 

Known children of Olivier Lindley BOCK and Paula Sabrine WEBER are:

   

i.

Sabine Laurel BOCK is still living.

 

74

Patrick Allen BOCK is still living.

 

Alexandra BOUCHARD is still living.

 

Known children of Patrick Allen BOCK and Alexandra BOUCHARD are:

   

i.

Jules Allen BOCK is still living.

 

75

Stephanie Ann JURTA is still living.

 

Bruce Alan CLOUGH is still living.

 

Known children of Stephanie Ann JURTA and Bruce Alan CLOUGH are:

   

i.

James Francis CLOUGH is still living.

   

ii.

Mary Amolia CLOUGH is still living.

   

iii.

Bruce Alan CLOUGH Jr is still living.

   

76

Gretchen Ann LINDLEY is still living.

 

Thomas FRASCELLA is still living.

 

Known children of Gretchen Ann LINDLEY and Thomas FRASCELLA are:

   

i.

Ryan Thomas FRASCELLA is still living.

   

ii.

Anne Lindley FRASCELLA is still living.

   

iii.

Jane Marston FRASCELLA is still living.

 

77

Tara Phelps LINDLEY is still living.

 

Herman Russell SCHUSTER is still living.

 

Known children of Tara Phelps LINDLEY and Herman Russell SCHUSTER are:

   

i.

Alexandra Phelps SCHUSTER is still living.

   

ii.

Caroline Kittridge SCHUSTER is still living.

   

iii.

Isabel Kaye SCHUSTER is still living.

   

78

Jonathan Michael LINDLEY is still living.

 

Donna Lynn BOLENZ is still living.

 

Known children of Jonathan Michael LINDLEY and Donna Lynn Bolenz are:

   

i.

Ryan Alexander LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Megan Elizabeth LINDLEY is still living.

 

79

Nathaniel Mason LINDLEY is still living.

 

Emilee Kay PARKER is still living.

 

Known children of Nathaniel Mason LINDLEY and Emilee Kay Parker are:

   

i.

Mason Daniel LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Max Edwin LINDLEY is still living.

   

iii.

Carmen Marie LINDLEY is still living.

 

80

Kathryn Virginia LINDLEY is still living.

 

David Allen OLSON is still living.

 

Known children of Kathryn Virginia LINDLEY and David Allen OLSON are:

   

i.

Edward Allen OLSON is still living.

 

81

Peyton Field LINDLEY is still living.

 

Jean Elizabeth BROMLEY is still living.

 

Known children of Peyton Field LINDLEY and Jean Elizabeth BROMLEY are:

   

i.

William Walker LINDLEY is still living.

   

ii.

Margeaux Elizabeth LINDLEY is still living.

 

82

Camilla von der Heyde LINDLEY is still living.

 

Stephen Brian LYNCH is still living.

   

i.

Jack Morrison Lynch is still living.

   

ii.

Charlotte Jennings Lynch is still living.

 

83

Timothy Snowden TAYLOR is still living.

 

Janet Mary CLAUGH is still living.

 

Known children of Timothy Snowden TAYLOR and Janet Mary CLAUGH were:

   

i.

Amy C. TAYLOR was born on 9 June 1983. She died circa 1988.

 

84

Dean McCoy TAYLOR is still living.

 

Suzan Marie COTE is still living.

 

Known children of Dean McCoy TAYLOR and Suzan Marie COTE are:

   

i.

Cote Jones TAYLOR is still living.

   

ii.

Dean McCoy TAYLOR Jr is still living.

 

85

David Winship TAYLOR is still living.

 

Lori Ann COHN was born on 29 April 1959 at Long Island (probably Huntington), Suffolk, New York. She died on 18 February 1998 at Floyds Knobs, Floyd, Indiana, at age 38 and her ashes are at their summer home on Martha’s Vineyard in Chilmark, Massachusetts.

 

Known children of David Winship TAYLOR and Lori Ann COHN were:

   

i.

Jessica Talbot TAYLOR was born on 25 July 1986 at Manchester, Hartford, Connecticut. She died on 18 February 1998 at Floyds Knobs, Floyd, Indiana, at age 11 and her ashes are at her parents’ summer home on Martha’s Vineyard in Chilmark, Massachusetts.

   

ii.

Rachael Juliane TAYLOR was born on 23 June 1995 at Clarksville, Clark, Indiana. She died on 18 February 1998 at Floyds Knobs, Floyd, Indiana, at age 2 and her ashes are at her parents’ summer home on Martha’s Vineyard in Chilmark, Massachusetts.

 

86

Russell Kennedy JONES III is still living.

 

Elizabeth Mary MANGEE is still living.

 

Known children of Russell Kennedy JONES III and Elizabeth Mary MANGEE are: 

   

i.

Russell Kennedy JONES IV is still living.

   

ii.

Madeline Elizabeth JONES is still living.

   

iii.

Ella Virginia JONES is still living.

 

87

Lawrence Field JUDSON is still living.

 

Lori PERRETTA is still living.

 

Known children of Lawrence Field JUDSON and Lori PERRETTA are:

   

i.

Christopher Field JUDSON is still living.

 

88

Donna JUDSON is still living.

 

James Vincent DIMEO is still living.

 

Known children of Donna JUDSON and James Vincent DIMEO are: 

   

i.

Lucien Steven DIMEO is still living.

 

89

Jacqueline JUDSON is still living.

 

Ambrose STEVENS is still living.

 

Known children of Jacqueline JUDSON and Ambrose Stevens are:

   

i.

Tyler Field STEVENS is still living.

   

ii.

Samantha Morgan STEVENS is still living.

 

90

John Kendall THORNBURGH is still living.

 

Sharon Leigh KRATZ is still living.

 

Known children of John Kendall THORNBURGH and Sharon Leigh KRATZ are: 

   

i.

Kendall Leigh THORNBURGH is still living.

   

ii.

Richard Lewis THORNBURGH II is still living.

   

iii.

Devon Virginia THORNBURGH is still living.

 

91

David Bradford THORNBURGH is still living.

 

Rebecca MCKILLIP is still living.

 

Known children of David Bradford THORNBURGH and Rebecca MCKILLIP are:

   

i.

Blair Elizabeth THORNBURGH is still living.

   

ii.

Alice McKillip THORNBURGH is still living.

 

92

Julie Ann FIELD is still living.

 

Barry ROSS is still living.

 

Known children of Julie Ann FIELD and Barry ROSS are:

   

i.

Leah Marie ROSS is still living.

 

Dennis Allen PATTERSON is still living.

 

Known children of Julie Ann FIELD and Dennis Allen PATTERSON are:

   

i.

Miles Allen PATTERSON is still living.

 

John MARQUARDT is still living.

 

 Known children of Julie Ann FIELD and John MARQUARDT are:

   

i.

Aaron John MARQUARDT is still living.

 

92A

John Charles FIELD is still living.

 

Hisayo ___ is still living.

 

92B

Andrew West FIELD is still living.

 

Julia MINEAR is still living.

 

Patricia Alvarez CANTWELL is still living.

 

92C

Sarah Elizabeth FIELD is still living.

 

John Daniel GRAY is still living.

 

 Known children of Sarah Elizabeth FIELD and John Daniel GRAY are:

   

i.

Anna Grace GRAY is still living.

   

ii.

Kathryn Elise GRAY is still living.

 

93

Mary Lynn FRITCH is still living.

 

Daniel O. LUND is still living.

 

Known children of Mary Lynn FRITCH and Daniel O. LUND are:

   

i.

Alexi Lee LUND is still living.

   

ii.

Natalie Field LUND is still living.

 

94

Christopher Alan FRITCH is still living.

 

Peggy A. BENESCH is still living.

 

Known children of Christopher Alan FRITCH and Peggy A. Benesch are:

   

i.

Taylor Marie FRITCH is still living.

   

ii.

Anthony Gordon FRITCH is still living.

 

95

Bradley Gordon FRITCH is still living.

 

Sheri L. GRELL is still living.

 

Known children of Bradley Gordon FRITCH and Sheri L. Grell are:

   

i.

Logan Alan FRITCH is still living.

   

96

Kim Christine FRITCH is still living.

 

Randy J. OSLUND is still living.

 

Known children of Kim Christine Fritch and Randy J. OSLUND are:

   

i.

Mitchell James OSLUND is still living.

   

ii.

Lauryn Jean OSLUND is still living.

 

Brian A. MCFARLIN is still living.

 

There were no known children of Kim Christine Fritch and Brian A. McFarlin.

 

97

Jillene Ann FRITCH is still living.

 

Peter GALLATIN is still living.

 

Known children of Jillene Ann FRITCH and Peter Gallatin are:

   

i.

Van Desmond FRITCH- GALLATIN is still living.

   

ii.

Grant Gustave FRITCH-GALLATIN is still living.

 

98

George Scott GRAVLEE PhD156 is still living.

 

Tiffany Ann LEWIS156 is still living.

 

Known children of George Scott GRAVLEE PhD and Tiffany Ann LEWIS are:

   

i.

Meagan Noelle GRAVLEE156 is still living.

   

ii.

Benjamin Scott GRAVLEE156 is still living.

   

99

Brenda Diane GRAVLEE156 is still living.

 

Gary Michael BARCH156,157 is still living.

 

Known children of Brenda Diane GRAVLEE and Gary Michael BARCH are:

   

i.

Eric Michael BARCH156 is still living.

   

ii.

Kevin George BARCH156 is still living.

 

100

Beth OTIS is still living.

 

James Curtis CECIL III is still living.

 

Known children of Beth OTIS and James Curtis CECIL III are:

   

i.

James Curtis CECIL IV is still living.

   

ii.

Julia Anne Daria CECIL is still living.

   

iii.

Ethan Carl CECIL is still living.

 

Christopher Michael ERBE is still living.

 

101

Bernadine OTIS is still living.

 

Emmanuel Etienne Bernard SEGUI DE CARRERAS is still living.

 

Known children of Bernadine OTIS and Emmanuel Etienne Bernard Segui de Carreras are:

   

i.

Julie Marie SEGUI is still living.

   

ii.

Olivia SEGUI is still living

   

iii.

Sophie Soleil SEGUI is still living

 

102

Laura Joan OTIS is still living.

 

Rahul SHARMA is still living.

 

Known children of Laura Joan OTIS and Rahul Sharma are:

   

i.

Gracie Elodie Bhavna SHARMA is still living.

   

ii.

Elijah Israel SHARMA is still living.


Generation Seven

103

Krista Brooke GRAY is still living.

 

Roberto MARCANGELO is still living.

 

Known children of Krista Brooke GRAY and Roberto MARCANGELO are:

   

i.

Emma Jane MARCANGELO


Endnotes

1. Isabella Field Judson, Cyrus W. Field, His Life and Work (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).

2. Henry Martyn Field, History of the Atlantic Telegraph (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).

3. Philip B. McDonald, A Saga of the Seas: the Story of Cyrus W. Field (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).

4. John Buckley Pine, Story of Gramercy Park, 1831-1921 (n.p.: n.pub., n.d.).

5. Frederick Clifton Pierce, Field Genealogy, being the record of all the Field family in America, whose ancestors were in this country prior to 1700 (Chicago, Illinois: Hammond Press, 1901), pages 645-654.

6. Who Was Who in America, Historical Volume 1607-1896, a component volume of Who’s Who in American History, 1963, compiled by Marquis Company, Chicago, Illinois, page 179.

7. Henry M. Field, Record of the Family of the late Rev. David D. Field, D.D. of Stockbridge, Massachusetts (New York: printed for use of the family, 1880), page 126, which states Mary was of Guilford, but does not state where she and her groom were married.

8. Death Certificate for Cyrus West Field, 12 July 1892, State of New York, County of Westchester.

9. Gravestone For This Person.

10. Stockbridge Cemetery and Marriage Record Cards, including information from the Stockbridge Congregational Church, Town Hall, Stockbridge, Massachusetts .

11. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, pages 109-110.

12. Calendar of Industrialists, Cyrus West Field, 1973.

13. Arthur C. Lord, "Cyrus W. Field," Westchester County Historical Bulletin, Pages 7--12.

14. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 113.

15. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 118.

16. Information From the Archives of Chapin Library at Williams College, 2003, Supplied by Robert Volz the Archivist, Williamstown, Massachusetts.

17. 1860 Federal Census Record for Westchester County, New York, page 632, dwelling 1291, family 1490.

18. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 121, which tells the story of recovering the 1865 cable in Cyrus Field’s own words.

19. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 123.

20. Albert C. Dudley, Letters and Newsletters on the Dudley Family, 27 Larkspur Ct., Nashua, NH. 03062, adud@compuserve.com, 1994-2000, December 2000 issue.

21. 1870 Federal Census Record for Westchester County, New York.

22. 1870 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., pate 335, dwelling 435, family 616, Dobbs Ferry post office.

23. 1870 Federal Census Record for New York County, New York, enumeration district 5, hand stamped page 232, roll 1001.

24. Information From the Archives of Chapin Library at Williams College, who sent a copy of page 83 of a handwritten log from the college showing the honorary degree was granted.

25. Roost, Irvington Historical Society, Irvington, New York 10533, December 1980 issue, page 155.

26. Daniel Huntington, "Great American Group, the Projectors of the Atlantic Cable," The Saturday Evening Post, 25 December 1943, copy of the oil painting.

27. Ancestral File, various dates, compiled at the Mormon Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

28. 1860 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which she is age 40; calculating a birth date of 1819.

29. 1920 Federal Census Record for New York County, New York, on which she is age 51, calculating a birth year of 1818.

30. Death Certificate for Mary Stone Field, 28 November 1891, which states she was buried in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery; she was later removed to Stockbridge, State of New York, County of Westchester.

31. Death Certificate for Mary Stone Field, which cites burial at Sleepy Hollow, which was only temporary.

32. Death Certificate for Mary Stone Field.

33. 1870 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which she is age 29, calculating birth year of 1840.

34. 1860 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which she is age 18 with birth place of Connecticut, calculating a birth year of 1841.

35. 1870 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which she is age 26 with birth place not recorded, calculating a birth year of 1843.

36. Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Records, Cemetery Office, North Tarrytown, New York .

37. Agnes A. Wood, Shine Where You Are, a Centennial History of Inanda Seminary 1869-1969 (South Africa: Lovedale Press, 1972), page 28.

38. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY..

39. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., volume 246, enumeration 747, sheet 1, line 47.

40. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 126, which cites the marriage date of 10 October 1865.

41. Mrs. Isabell F. Judson Dies Thursday Evening, (Irvington, New York: Irvington Gazette, 21 March 1930).

42. 1920 Federal Census Record for Westchester County, New York, volume 391, enumeration 49, sheet 5, line 84.

43. 1920 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which is he incorrectly listed as age 50.

44. 1860 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which she is age 12, calculating a birth year of 1847).

45. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 126.

46. Pierce, Field Genealogy by Pierce.

47. Marriage Certificate and Return for Edward Morse Field and Clara Louise Lindley, 4 June 1874, which cites the groom’s age as 21, State of New York, City of New York.

48. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., for his son, Woolsey, which incorrectly gives his father’s birth place as Ohio; it should read New York.

49. 1860 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which he is age 5, calculating a birth year of 1854.

50. 1870 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY., on which he is age 15, calculating a birth year of 1855.

51. Marriage Certificate for Edward Field & Clara Lindley.

52. Irvington Presbyterian Church Records, Irvington, New York, Irvington, New York .

53. Edward M. Field, Letter to His Son, Woolsey H. Field, The Lincoln House, Newark, New Jersey, 19 January 1914.

54. Marriage Certificate for Edward Field & Clara Lindley, which cites the bride’s age as 21.

55. 1900 Federal Census Record for New York County, New York, which gives her birth date as July 1855, but incorrectly states she was born in New York.

56. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., volume 165, enumeration 737, sheet 1, line 1.

57. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., volume 245, enumeration 734, sheet 10, line 4, dwelling 38, family 223.

58. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, (date as noted), which came to Woolsey from a foreign country, dated 16 January 1920.

59. Woolsey Hopkins Field, Retired Financier and Engineer Suffers Heart Attack, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Evening Bulletin, 8 September 1939).

60. Death Certificate for Clara Lindley Field, 17 October 1935, which states she lived in Westfield for one year, 2 months, State of New York, County of Chautauqua.

61. Death Certificate for Clara Lindley Field.

62. Field, [Clara]-- [Obituary], (New York, New York: New York Times, 20 October 1935), page N9.

63. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives his birth date as April 1878.

64. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., volume 265, enumeration 1071, sheet 1, line 57.

65. Katherine Field, Letters on the Field Family, Duluth, Minnesota, (now deceased), 1970’s.

66. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives his birth date as July 1881.

67. Field, Letters on the Field Family, Duluth, Minnesota, which cites New York City as probably place of death.

68. Field, Letters on the Field Family, Duluth, Minnesota, who incorrectly gave birth date as 18 December 1894.

69. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives her birth date as December 1890.

70. Cyrus W.[illiam] Field The Second Dead, (New York, New York: New York Times, 10 June 1894), page 16, which cites a birth date of 15 April 1857, which does not agree with family data.

71. Cyrus W.[illiam] Field The Second Dead, page 16.

72. 1920 Federal Census Record for Bergen County, New Jersey, on which he is age 37, calculating a birth year of 1882.

73. 1920 Federal Census for Bergen Co., NJ., volume 6, enumeration 22, sheet 16, line 97.

74. 1920 Federal Census for Bergen Co., NJ., on which she is age 36.

75. 1920 Federal Census Record for Essex County, New Jersey, volume 32, enumeration 77, sheet 13, line 79.

76. 1920 Federal Census for Westchester Co., NY..

77. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives his birth date as January 1880.

78. Helen Drought Field, Letters on the Field Family, (deceased now).

79. 1920 Federal Census Record for Hennepin County, Minnesota, volume 21, enumeration 27, sheet 16, line 79.

80. 1920 Federal Census for Hennepin Co., MN., on which she is age 38.

81. Rhoda Field Druin Moore, Letters on the Field Family, (now deceased), various dates to 2002.

82. Woolsey Hopkins Field, which incorrectly lists his birth as 23 Aug 1883; not only is this incorrect, but highly improbable since his younger brother was born in March 1884. The obituary also states he was born in Irvington-on-Hudson, NY., which could be correct..

83. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives his birth date as August 1882.

84. 1920 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which is hard to read and looks like his age is 27; it should read 37.

85. Field, Record of the Family of late Rev. D.D. Field, page 126, which cites the birth date as 23 August 1882.

86. Marriage Certificate for Woolsey H. Field and Estelle G. Masser, 16 June 1920, #425427, State of Pennsylvania, County of Philadelphia.

87. Autobiography of Rhoda Field Druin Moore, December 1987, compiled by Rhoda Field Druin Moore, Lodi, California.

88. Woolsey Hopkins Field, which states Lawrenceville Academy is in Henry County, Alabama; it seems unlikely that Woolsey would attend a school in Alabama; it would seem more likely the school was in Massachusetts or New York state..

89. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Woosley from The White House, Official Business and postmarked Washington D.C.  The month and day are not eligible..

90. Birth Certificate #20041 for Rhoda Estelle Field, 28 April 1922, State of New York, City of New York.

91. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, addressed to baby Field and postmarked from Muncy, Pennsylvania.

92. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Woolsey from his wife, Estelle, in September 1925 when she and Rhoda were in the United States.

93. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Woolsey care of Warren Brothers in Havana, Cuba on 10 August 1927 and 14 March 1929.

94. Kaiser Industries Corporation, Kaiser Story (Oakland, California: the Corporation, 1968), pages 13-15.

95. E. Ruiz Williams, "Largest Highway Contract in History," Engineering News-Record, volume 98, 7 April 1927, pages 1-12.

96. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to both Woosley and Mrs. Woolsey Field on 15 November 1928 and 1 January 1932.

97. Ned Waltman, Letters on the Masser Family, 103 Brookside St., Watsontown, PA. 17777, 1991-2002, who cited the name of the Eagles Mere cottage.

98. Affidavit for Employment for Sears by Himself and Two Other Persons, 13 July 1942, H. Garland Druin, 1120 South Austin Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois, which gives Lloyd’s address next door as 14 North Bent Road and it is recorded elsewhere that Fields lived at 12 North Bent Road (the house numbers were changed some years later).

99. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Rhoda in Eagles Mere in August 1938.

100. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to either Woosley, before his death in 1939, Rhoda, before her marriage in 1941, or Estelle between February 1933 and December 1945.

101. 1880 Federal Census Record for Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, volume 51, enumeration 39, sheet 12, line 26, page 114.

102. Sadie Reed’s Autograph Album, 10 April 1888-2 November 1889, Lairdsville, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

103. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Miss Reed (assuming this is Estelle Reed) as it was in with Woolsey’s letters.

104. 1900 Federal Census Record for Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, which gives her birth date as July 1896.

105. 1900 Federal Census for Lycoming Co., PA., volume 138, enumeration 63, sheet 11, line 41, stamped page 93.

106. 1910 Federal Census Record for Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, page 105A.

107. Eugene P. Bertin, Dedication Book of the New Grade and High School of the Muncy-Muncy Creek Township Joint School District (Muncy, Pennsylvania: Muncy-Muncy Creek School District, September 1932), page 65, as well as her diploma.

108. 1920 Federal Census Record for Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, volume 271, enumeration 1510, sheet 4, line 24.

109. Marriage Certificate #69575 for Harvey Garland Druin Jr and Rhoda Estelle Field, 21 August 1941, and a letter from Rev. Lomas to the couple written on 21 August 1941, which is in the possession of Diane Gravlee, with a license issued by the Clerk of the Orphans Court of Montgomery County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, County of Montgomery.

110. Marriage Announcement for Harvey Garland Druin Jr and Rhoda Estelle Field, Including the At Home Card, August 1941, announced by Mrs. Woolsey Hopkins Field, Wyncote, Pennsylvania.

111. Death Certificate for Estelle Gwendoline Field, 8 September 1974, which states she lived in California for 25 years, State of California, County of San Joaquin.

112. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Estelle in July 1952 and to William Masser, her father in May 1953.

113. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Estelle Field and William Masser in September 1956 and to Estelle on 31 January 1957 and then from Estelle Field in June 1956.

114. Chester L. Masser Was an Expert in Field of Electronics, (Houston, Texas: Houston newspaper, 25 January 1956).

115. Death Certificate for Estelle Gwendoline Field, which states she lived in the county for 11 years.

116. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came to Estelle from a friend in September 1965.

117. Death Certificate for Estelle Gwendoline Field.

118. Obituary for Estelle G. Field, (Stockton, San Joaquin County, California: Stockton Record, 16 October 1974), Page 48.

119. 1900 Federal Census for New York Co., NY., which gives his birth date as March 1884.

120. Pathetic Incident for the Field Family [Baptism of Thorld Farrar Field], (New York, New York: New York Times, 31 October 1885), page 5.

121. Obituary for Thorold Field, (n.p.: Distributed by UPI, 14 June 1960).

122. Social Security Death Index on Computer Disk, various dates, Social Security Administration, which cites his death date as December 1983, which was not his death date, but rather his wife’s, who received his benefits until his death.

123. 1920 Federal Census Record for St. Louis County, Minnesota, volume 73, enumeration 99, sheet 16, line 42.

124. Pierce, Field Genealogy by Pierce, which incorrectly cites a birth date of 15 June 1896.

125. Social Security Death Index, for place of death.

126. Nancy Field, Letters on the Field Family, PO Box 39, Hazelhurst, Wisconsin 54531, fod@newnorth.net, 1992-present.

127. 1920 Federal Census for Hennepin Co., MN., on which she is age 8.

128. Field, Letters on the Field Family, Duluth, Minnesota, which cites a birth date of 29 September 1911.

129. Wells Field, Letters on the Field Family, author deceased, about 1968, which seems to incorrectly give her birth date as 29 September 1912.

130. Marriage Announcement for Carl R. Moore and Rhoda F. Druin, June 1983, announced by the couple, 8 South Fairmont Avenue, Lodi, California.

131. Rhoda Druin Exchanges Vows With Carl Moore, (Lodi, California: Lodi News Sentinel, 7 July 1983), page 6.

132. Marriage License for Carl R. Moore and Rhoda Field Druin, 20 May 1983, State of California, County of San Joaquin.

133. Grace Lewis Lloyd, Letters on the Long and Lewis Families, Including Some Oral Stories, (deceased now), 1970-1983, dated 12 June 1983.

134. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, which came from Rhoda to her mother on 31 August 1941.

135. Affidavit for Employment for Sears.

136. Moore, Letters on the Field Family, (now deceased), which includes for this information her address book with the notations of where she had lived through 1945.

137. Envelope Addressed To or From This Person on This Date, that has the Barbydell address as of 11 February 1953.

138. Colburn Purchases Druin’s In Paint Store Expansion, (Lodi, San Joaquin County, California: Lodi News-Sentinel, 8 Feb 1963), Page 4.

139. Foods Chosen To Represent Family Homes-An Article About Garland and Rhoda Druin’s 25th Anniversary Party, (Lodi, California: Lodi News Sentinel, 25 August 1966).

140. Art Heckenlaibles Renew Vows Before Same Minister Who Married Them 50 Years Ago, (Lodi, San Joaquin County, California: Lodi News-Sentinel, 19 September 1979), Page 15.

141. Death Certificate for Grace Lewis Lloyd, 10 November 1986, State of California, County of San Joaquin.

142. Obituary for Grace Lloyd, (Lodi, California: Lodi News Sentinel, 10 November 1986).

143. Birth Certificate for Harvey (Garland) Greenberry Drunn, 15 Jun 1918, #12152, photocopy in Diane Gravlee’s files, this certificate was amended in 1942 to correct names, State of Oklahoma, County of Oklahoma.

144. 1920 Federal Census Record for Potter County, Texas.

145. Western Union Telegram, various dates, from Harvey Druin to his mother, Mrs. Charles Druin, announcing the arrival of a seven three quarter pound boy on Sunday (9 June 1918) and sent 10 June 1918.

146. City Directories for Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, various years, page 289 for year 1918-1919.

147. 1920 Federal Census for Potter Co., TX., dwelling 147, family 177, volume 132, enumeration 204, city district 7, sheet 8, line 12.

148. City Directories for Amarillo, Texas, 1908-1947, various dates, Worley and later Hudspeth, for the year 1920 also lists Grace Druin and Gladys Lewis at this address.

149. Junior High School Diploma for Garland Druin, 17 June 1932, Los Angeles City School District, Los Angeles, California.

150. Obituary for H. Garland Druin, (Lodi, San Joaquin County, California: Lodi News-Sentinel, 5 Dec 1978).

151. Affidavit for Employment for Sears, which gives his current address in July 1942 as 14 North Bent Road (the house number was changed some years later).

152. Will of Eaton B. Lloyd, 27 January 1967, State of Connecticut, County of Fairfield, Town of Greenwich.

153. Will of Grace Virginia Lloyd, 25 January 1967, State of Connecticut, County of Fairfield, Town of Greenwich.

154. Jeanne Baker Brown, Letter on the Closing of the Estate of Hattie Singer Druin, 4411 Los Feliz Boulevard #308, Los Angeles, California 90027, 15 February 1978.

155. Death Certificate for Harvey Garland Druin Jr, 4 December 1978, State of California, County of San Joaquin.

156. Personal knowledge of Diane Druin Gravlee, acquired on various dates.

157. Gary Barch, Letters on the Barch Family, Simsbury, Connecticut, 1993-1999.

158. Sue Druin Otis, Letters on the Druin and Field Families, American Fork, Utah, 1970-present.

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