Arthur Adelbert Edgerton, son of Luman and Sarah Jane (Ellison) Edgerton.
Alice A. ----
The household of Arthur A. Edgerton was recorded in the 1910 Federal Census of Schuyler, Herkimer County, New York (pg. 40; dwelling #92; family #98; enum. April 23, 1910), as follows:
According to the above census record, Pearl was the mother of one child. Arthur’s occupation was listed as “blacksmith – general”.
Arthur A. Edgerton’s was divorced from his first wife, Pearl Soule. She was remarried on June 27, 1919 at Detroit, Michigan to Will R. Sanders. According to the marriage record (Wayne County, Michigan Vital Records, Marriages, Volume 8, pg. 471, #176888), Pearl was aged 30, born in Michigan, daughter of Amos J. Soule and J. Merricul, and had been married once previously.
The household of Arthur A. Edgerton was recorded in the 1930 Federal Census of Frankfort Village, Herkimer County, New York (pg. 95; dwelling #252; family #282; enum. April 10, 1930), as follows:
At the time of this enumeration, Arthur and Alice were residing at 106 Litchfield Street. Arthur’s occupation was listed as “blacksmith”.
Original Source Documents:
World War I Draft Registration Card – Arthur Adelbert Edgerton; Frankfort, Herkimer Co., NY.
1910 Federal Census – household of Arthur Adelbert Edgerton; Schuyler, Herkimer Co., NY.
1930 Federal Census – household of Arthur Adelbert Edgerton; Frankfort Village, Herkimer Co., NY.
Funeral notice – Mrs. Alice A. Edgerton; The Utica Observer-Dispatch – Thursday, January 12, 1933.
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