• [S4] Fred Watson household, 1900 Federal Census,, U. S. National Archives & Records Administration micropublication roll 587.
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  • [S150] Unknown compiler, 1860 Census, Washington county, ME (n.p.: n.pub.).
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  • [S378] Anonymous, compiler, Jackson College 50th Reunion Notes (Medford, Massachusetts: Jackson College Alumni Assn., 1972). Hereinafter cited as Jackson Reunion Notes.
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  • [S400] 1920 US Census, Maine, Washington county, Kossuth, District 154, image 1 of 1, unknown repository.
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  • [S505] 1900 Federal census, Maine, Androscoggin county, Lewiston, district 17, image 1 of 16, Ancestry.com.
  • [S506] 1900 Federal census, Rhode Island, Kent county, Warwick, district 197, image 10 of 23, Ancestry.com.
  • [S507] 1910 Federal census, Massachusetts, Suffolk county, Boston, Ward 20, District 1560, image 11 of 32, Ancestry.com.
  • [S510] 1920 Federal census, Maine, Oxford county, Norway, District 122, image 13 of 16, Ancestry.com.
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  • [S832] William Wilson household, 1940 United States Census, Kern county, California, population schedule, Highland Park, Enumeration District 15-41-17, sheet 15B, dwelling 454, family 454, National Archives micropublication T627_213.
  • [S836] Fred O. Watson household, 1940 United States Census, Androscoggin, Maine, population schedule, Auburn, Enumeration District 1-12, sheet 13B, dwelling (blank), family (blank), National Archives micropublication T627 _1469.
  • [S878] Frank W. Noyes household, 1940 United States Census, Oxford county, Maine, population schedule, Norway, Enumeration District 9-37, sheet 12B, family 236, National Archives micropublication T627_1484.
  • [S879] Stuart B. Copeland household, 1940 United States Census, Carlton county, Minnesota, population schedule, Cloquet, Enumeration District 9-8B, sheet 63A, family 288, National Archives micropublication T627_1910.
  • [S900] Fred O. Watson household, 1930 United States Census, Androscoggin county, Maine, population schedule, Auburn, Enumeration District 1-8, sheet 4B, dwelling 84, family 84, National Archives micropublication T626_0827.
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  • [S1080] Funeral, Express, Diss, Norfolk, 21 Sep 1934. Hereinafter cited as Diss Express.
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