Arthur Erwin Edgerton, son of Nathaniel and Bertha (Foster) Edgerton.
Edith May Hawley
Edna L. Sturdevant, daughter of William H. and Edna (Brooks) Sturdevant.
The household of Arthur Edgerton was recorded in the 1910 Federal Census of Vienna Township, Oneida County, New York (pg. 132; dwelling #118; family #119; enum. May 5-6, 1910), as follows:
According to the above census record, Edith was the mother of one child, who was still living. Arthur’s occupation was listed as “laborer - farm”. The family was residing at this time in West Vienna Village.
Original Source Documents:
World War I Draft Registration Card – Arthur Erwin Edgerton; Rome, Oneida Co., NY.
1910 Federal Census – household of Arthur Erwin Edgerton; Vienna Twp., Oneida Co., NY.
Notice of divorce petition – Arthur Erwin Edgerton vs. Edith May (Hawley) Edgerton; Syracuse Herald – Tuesday, July 3, 1923.
Obituary – Arthur Erwin Edgerton; Utica Observer-Dispatch – Tuesday, December 8, 1958.
Obituary – Mrs. Edna L. (Sturdevant) Edgerton; Utica Daily Press – Wednesday, November 20, 1964.
Gravestone photo – Arthur Erwin Edgerton; Ava Corners Cemetery; Ava, Oneida Co., NY.
Gravestone photo – Mrs. Edna L. (Sturdevant) Edgerton; Ava Corners Cemetery; Ava, Oneida Co., NY.