469. Herman A.7 Wallingford (Jonathan6, Jonathan5, Peter4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born in Athens, Somerset County, Maine 21 May 1849.(2711) Herman died 16 May 1932, at home, 23 Silk St., in Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.(2712) Cause of death was listed as myocarditis, arteriosclerosis, chronic nephritis, and hypertrophy of prostate. He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett, Mass. on May 19th.
He married Carrie Atkins, 26 November 1879, in Bath, Sagadahoc County, Maine.(2713) Herman was living in Lewiston, Maine at the time of their marriage. [The date was difficult to read on the microfilm. The month and day may be different.]
Carrie was born about 1860/61, in Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine. Birth place and parentage are taken from her death record, at which time she was age 62. Carrie was the daughter of Melvin Atkins and Eliza Corbett.
Carrie died of uraemia, 4 June 1923, at home, 901 Broadway, in Somerville, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at 61 years of age.(2714) She was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett, Mass. on June 6th.
He was living in Somersworth in 1923.(2715) In the 1860 census he was listed as Harmon N.(2716) The 1870 census lists him as Hermon A., at which time he was a clerk in a grocery store.(2717) The 1850 census, in which he was only one year old, has poor handwriting and it could be either Harmon or Herman or Herman.(2718) They were living at 901 Broadway in Somerville when Carrie died in 1923, and Herman was living at 23 Silk St. in Arlington with his daughter Lida (who was the informant on his death certificate) when he died in 1932. On his death certificate it stated that he had been the owner of a meat market for fifty years until retiring in 1927.
Herman A. Wallingford and Carrie Atkins had the following children:
+ 640 i. Henry Melvin8 Wallingford was born 8 December 1882.
641 ii. Lida M. Wallingford was born 30 September 1884.(2719) She was the informant on her father's death certificate when he died in 1932. They were living together at 23 Silk St. in Arlington at the time. She is probably the Lida Wallingford who was living in Arlington, Mass. when Charles Wallingford corresponded with her for his Wallingford Genealogy written in 1942.(2720) She apparently never married.