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Residents of 307 A in Boyd’s Directory

11 August 2016

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[Originally posted 18 July 2015; revised 11 August 2016. The most recently added information is highlighted in green.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 307 A Street, SE:

[1871] Thomas A. Maguire (clerk, 2nd auditor); W. H. Maguire (assistant paymaster, Senate).

[1872] Thomas A. Maguire (clerk, House of Representatives); William H. Maguire (assistant paymaster, Senate); Clara M. Richter (Post Office Department).

[1873] M. H. Cooke (telephone operator); Kate M. Cook [sic].

[1875] Clara M. Richter (clerk, Post Office Department); Kate M. Cooke; Mary A. Cooke (clerk).

[1876] Kate M. Cooke.

[1877] Charles Cooke (printer); E. C. Cooke (telephone operator); Clara M. Richter (clerk, Post Office Department); M. H. Cooke (operator).

[1878] W. H. Goodrell (Capitol Police); William E. Tew (clerk).

[1879] Levi Nagle (printer).

[1880] W. H. Goodrell (Capitol Police); Levi Nagle (printer).

[1881] John M. Shomo (Water Department); William H. Shomo (painter).

[1882] William M. Shomo (printer); Grace Tyler (servant).

[1883] William H. Shomo (printer); Grace Tyler (servant).

[1884] William H. Shomo (Government Printing Office); Mary A. Brown.

[1885] Oscar V. Shomo (printer).

[1887] Thomas W. Shomo (Government Printing Office).

[1889] Thomas Songster (books); Thomas G. Songster (clerk); Robert L. Burlin (carpenter).

[1890] Thomas Songster (Government Printing Office); Thomas G. Songster (clerk).

[1891] Thomas Songster (Government Printing Office); Thomas G. Songster (clerk).

[1892] Thomas Songster (clerk); Thomas Guy Songster (clerk).

[1893] Alexander McKie (police).

[1894] Mariana B. Fant (widow of Joseph N. Fant).

[1895] Mariana B. Fant (widow of Joseph N. Fant); Peter J. Nelson (stonecutter).

[1896] Ervin [sic] W. Tate (clerk); Ella Simpson; Robert Simpson (watchman).

[1897] George H. Burke (clerk, Department of Labor); Edward W. Tate (clerk); Robert Simpson (watchman).

[1898] Edward W. Tate (clerk); James M. Collins (Bureau of Printing); James N. Collins (lawyer); John W. Roberts (fireman).

[1899] Kate Fox (clerk).

[1900] John W. Roberts (fireman).

[1903] Harry V. Bosse (undertaker); Mary E. Bosse (widow of William G. Bosse).

[1904] William F. Wheatley (carrier, Post Office).

[1905] Mary E. Bosse (widow of William G. Bosse); William F. Wheatley (carrier, Post Office).

[1906] Amanda Thomas (Bureau of Printing); Frank H. Thomas (machinist); Joseph H. Thomas (wheelwright).

[1907] Joseph H. Thomas (wheelwright); Frank H. Thomas (machinist).

[1908] Frank H. Thomas (Navy Yard); Joseph H. Thomas (wheelwright).

[1909] Joseph H. Thomas (wheelwright).

[1910] John E. Thomas (clerk); Joseph H. Thomas (carpenter).

[1911] Jerome Mack (bookkeeper).

[1913] S. Bruce; Oliver O. Parsons (plasterer).

[1914] Bernard W. Cleveland (tinner, rooms); Florence L. O’Connell (widow of Patrick O’Connell); William J. Hickey (gasfitter).

[1915] John J. Trumbo (molder, Navy Yard).

[1917] John J. Trumbo.

[1919] John J. Trumbo (carpenter); Marie Trumbo (telephone operator); Sophia M. Trumbo (skilled laborer, Government Printing Office).

[1920] John J. Trumbo; Marie Trumbo (telephone operator).

[1921] John J. Trumbo (molder, Navy Yard); Marie Trumbo (telephone operator).

[1922] John H. Trumbo (clerk, O’Donnell’s Drug Store); John J. Trumbo (molder); Marie C. Trumbo (telephone operator).

[1923] John J. Trumbo (molder); Marie Trumbo (telephone operator).

[1925] John J. Trumbo.

[1928] Not listed thereafter.

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Residents of 304 A in Boyd’s Directory

6 August 2016

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[Originally posted 3 February 2014; revised 6 August 2016. The most recently added information is highlighted in green.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 304 A Street, SE:

[1872] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1875] Samuel Stafford [sic] (carpenter).

[1876] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1877] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1878] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1879] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1880] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1881] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1882] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1885] Edward H. Stanford (clerk): William M. Stanford (clerk).

[1886] William M. Stanford (carpenter).

[1887] Samuel J. Thomas (carpenter).

[1888] James Hughes (bricklayer).

[1890] John L. King (machinist).

[1892] John L. King (machinist).

[1893] John L. King (machinist).

[1894] Charles H. Fernald (surveyor).

[1895] William J. Travers (stairbuilder).

[1897] James Finnegan (police captain); Mary A. Johnson.

[1898] Charles J. Stoddard (Pension Office).

[1903] Ida Bitz (bookbinder); James L. Stoddard (clerk).

[1911] Newton B. Wade (Department of Agriculture).

[1912] Charles F. Brown (Interstate Commerce); Jesse Gall (Bureau of Printing).

[1913] Cabell H. Adams (contractor); Milton D. Harvey (clerk); Patrick Malone (police).

[1914] Patrick J. Malone.

[1915] Patrick J. Malone (Capitol Police).

[1917] Patrick J. Malone.

[1919] Annie E. Boarman (clerk, Department of Agriculture); Rowland Williamson (Library of Congress).

[1920] Wallace E. Mattingly (inspector); Rowland Williamson (Library of Congress).

[1922] Wallace E. Mattingly (inspector).

[1923] Wallace E. Mattingly.

[1925] George Mattingly.

[1928] Chesley H. Ray.

[1932] Chesley H. Ray.

[1934] Chesley H. Ray.

[1936] Chesley H. Ray.

[1956] Howard B. Quade.

[1967] (304a) John M. Brown. (304b) Jerry T. Donnell.

[1973] (304a) No return. (304b) Jerry T. Donnell.

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Residents of 508 A in Boyd’s Directory

3 May 2016

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[Originally posted 27 January 2014; revised 3 May 2016. The most recently added information is highlighted in green.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 508 A Street, SE:

[1871] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1873] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1875] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1876] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1877] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1878] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1879] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1881] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1885] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1887] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

[1888] John C. Hesse (clerk).

[1889] John C. Hesse (clerk, Adjutant-General’s Office).

]1891] Edward [sic] B. Hesse (clerk); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1892] Edwin Hesse (stenographer); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1893] Edwin B. Hesse (stenographer and typewriter); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1894] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, police headquarters); John C. Hesse (clerk).

[1895] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, police headquarters); John C. Hesse (clerk).

[1896] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, Fire Department); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1897] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, Fire Department); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1898] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, Fire Department); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1900] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, Metropolitan Police); John C. Hesse (clerk, War Department).

[1903] John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1905] John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department.)

[1906] George [sic] C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1908] John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1914] Not listed.

[1917] Not listed.

[1925] Not listed.

[1928] Not listed.

[1932] Not listed.

[1934] Not listed.

[1936] Not listed.

[1956] Not listed.

[1967] Mrs. Marjorie Hendricks.

[1973] Mrs. Marjorie Hendricks.

 

 

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Residents of 506 A in Boyd’s Directory

2 May 2016

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[Originally posted 27 January 2014; revised 2 May 2016. The most recently added information is highlighted in green.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 506 A Street, SE:

[1907] John C. Hesse (division chief, War Department).

[1908] Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, Police Department); John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1909] Edwin B. Hess[e] (Chief and Property Clerk, Metropolitan Police).

[1911] Edwin B. Hesse (Chief and Property Clerk, Metropolitan Police).

[1911] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, police headquarters)

[1912] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, police headquarters); John C. Hesse (division chief, War Department).

[1913] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, police district); Henry A. Hesse (civil servant); John C. Hesse (division chief, War Department).

[1914] John C. Hesse (clerk); Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, Metropolitan Police); Thomas C. Hesse (division chief, War Department) .

[1916] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, District); John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1917] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, police); John C. Hesse (chief of division, War Department).

[1920] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, police); John C. Hesse (clerk).

[1922] Edwin B. Hesse (chief clerk, Police Department); John C. Hesse; Elizabeth Dieste (housekeeper).

[1923] Elizabeth Dieste; Edwin B. Hesse (clerk, District); John C. Hesse.

[1925] Edwin B. Hesse; John C. Hesse.

[1928] Edwin B. Hesse; John C. Hesse; Elizabeth Dieste.

[1932] Edwin B. Hesse.

[1934] Edwin B. Hesse.

[1936] Edwin B. Hesse; James P. Whittlesey.

[1956] Albert S. Davidson.

[1967] James B. Hodgson, Jr.

[1973] James B. Hodgson, Jr.

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Residents of 511 A in Boyd’s Directory

1 May 2016

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[Originally posted 27 January 2014; revised 1 May 2016. The most recently added information is highlighted in green.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 511 A Street, SE:

[1872] L. E. Forrest Spofford (clerk, Land Office).

[1873] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); Rev. Samuel G. Valiant.

[1875] William H. Mirick (teacher).

[1877] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); Emma S. Searle (clerk, boards); George B. Harrison (Keilholtz & Harrison, boards).

[1878] Emma F. Marche (clerk); Thomas B. Marche (clerk).

[1879] George B. Harrison (brickmaker).

[1880] George B. Harrison (brickmaker); Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department).

[1881] Everett T. Marche (mail clerk); Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); George B. Harrison (brickmaker).

[1882] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); T. E. Marche (postal clerk); George B. Harrison (bricks).

[1883] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); T. Everett Marche (postal clerk); Edna Grubb.

[1884] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); T. Everett Marche (postal clerk).

[1885] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department); Thomas E. Marche (clerk, Railway Mail Service).

[1887] Thomas B. Marche (clerk, Post Office Department).

[1889] Mary A. St. John (widow of John M. St. John); James A. Dunnington (police).

[1890] Blanche M. Dunnington (clerk); James A. Dunnington (police); Lilian E. Dunnington (clerk); Rebecca M. Dunnington (clerk).

[1891] James A. Dunnington (police); Mary A. St. John (widow of John St. John).

[1892] Blanche M. Dunnington (clerk); James A. Dunnington (police); Rebecca Dunnington (clerk).

[1893] James A. Dunnington (police).

[1894] James A. Dunnington (police).

[1895] James A. Dunnington (police).

[1896] James A. Dunnington (police).

[1897] James A. Dunnington (police).

[1899] S. Leroy Pritchard (Fishing Commission); Harriet W. Price (widow of J. Hugh Price).

[1900] Harriet W. Price (widow of J. Hugh Price); S. LeR. Pritchard (clerk, Fishing Commission).

[1902] S. Leroy Pritchard (clerk, Fishing Commission).

[1903] Harriet W. Price (widow of John Price); E. Florence Pritchard; S. Leroy Pritchard (Fishing Commission); James A. Dunnington (police).

[1904] S. Leroy Pritchard (Fishing Commission); Harriet W. Price (widow of Jehu [sic] Price).

[1905] Harriet W. Price (widow of John Price).

[1906] Harriet W. Price (widow of John Price); S. Leroy Prichard (Bureau of Fisheries).

[1907] S. Leroy Prichard (Bureau of Fisheries); Harriet W. Price (widow of Jehu [sic] Price).

[1908] Florence E. Pritchard; Samuel Le Roy Pritchard (Bureau of Fisheries).

[1909] Florence E. Pritchard.

[1911] Florence Pritchard (boards); Samuel L. Pritchard (clerk).

[1912] Stephen M. Pritchard (clerk, Post Office Department).

[1913] Samuel LeR. Pritchard (Bureau of Fisheries); Sarah H. Pritchard.

[1914] Florence Pritchard (boards); Samuel L. Pritchard (clerk).

[1915] Clarke J. Risler (bookkeeper); Maurice M. Risler (skilled laborer, Treasury Department).

[1916] Clarke J. Risler (bookkeeper); Maurice M. Risler (skilled laborer, Treasury Department).

[1917] Maurice M. Risler.

[1919] E. Florence Pritchard (clerk); Clarke J. Risler (U.S. Army); Maurice M. Risler (skilled laborer, Treasury Department).

[1920] Maurice M. Risler.

[1922] Florence Pritchard.

[1923] Clark J. Risler (salesman, Coca-Cola Company); Maurice M. Riser (skilled laborer, Treasury Department); Mrs. Pearl Risler (clerk, International Reform Bureau).

[1925] Maurice M. Risler.

[1928] Nellie E. Castle.

[1932] Lester E. Steele.

[1934] Maud Castle.

[1936] Maud Castle.

[1956] Vincent Mauro.

[1967] Vincent Mauro.

[1973] Vincent Mauro.

 

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Residents of 414 A in Boyd’s Directory

7 August 2015

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[Originally posted 30 January 2014; revised 7 August 2015.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 414 A Street, SE:

[1876] Charles H. Flemer.

[1879] James R. Furgerson (plumber); Annie D. Middleton.

[1880] Albert B. Clark (U.S. Navy); Harry G. Clark (lawyer); Mary F. Clark (widow of Rev. Albert Clark).

[1881] Albert B. Clark (U.S. Navy); Harry G. Clark (lawyer).

[1882] Mary F. Clark (widow of Albert B. Clark).

[1883] Albert B. Clark (U.S. Navy); Harry G. Clark (lawyer); Mary F. Clark (widow of Albert B. Clark).

[1885] Arthur E. Middleton (draftsman); Richard Middleton (inspector).

[1886] Arthur E. Middleton (draftsman); Richard Middleton (clerk); Rose Poore (servant).

[1887] Carrie J. Bryan (widow of Benjamin H. Bryan); Edward C. Bryan.

[1888] Carrie J. Bryan (widow of Benjamin Bryan); Edward C. Bryan (clerk, National Museum).

[1889] Carrie J. Bryan (widow of Benjamin Bryan); Edward C. Bryan (clerk, Fishing Commission).

[1890] Martin M. Rohrer (real estate and loans); Benjamin H. Bryan (police); Edward C. Bryan (clerk).

[1890] Benjamin H. Bryan (police); Carrie J. Bryan (widow of Benjamin H. Bryan); Edward C. Bryan (clerk, Fishing Commission).

[1892] Benjamin H. Bryan (seaman); Carrie J. Bryan (widow of Benjamin H. Bryan); Edward C. Bryan (clerk, Fishing Commission); Martin M. Rohrer (lawyer).

[1893] James A. Flemer (Coast and Geodetic Survey).

[1894] James A. Flemer (Coast and Geodetic Survey).

[1895] John A. Flemer (assistant, Coast and Geodetic Survey); Lewis Flemer (Mackall Brothers & Flemer).

[1896] Charles H. Flemer; John A. Flemer (assistant, Coast and Geodetic Survey); Ellen G. Matthews (teacher).

[1897] Charles Flemer; John A. Flemer (assistant, Coast and Geodetic Survey).

[1898] John A. Flemer (assistant, Coast and Geodetic Survey).

[1902] Pearl S. Craig (clerk, Census Office).

[1903] Annie K. Evans (clerk, District Commissioner [?]); Francis H. Evans (clerk, Indian Office); George W. B. Evans (clerk).

[1905] Francis C. Evans (clerk, Navy); Harry Irwin [sic] (clerk, Post Office Department).

[1906] Emily Evans; Francis C. Evans (Commerce and Labor); Frank Evans; Harry Irion (civil service); Alfred H. Russler (boilermaker).

[1907] Harry Irion (civil servant).

[1908] Francis C. Evans (Commerce and Labor); George W. Evans (clerk); Mabel E. Evans (stenographer); Oscar Gardner (clerk); Harry H. Irion (civil servant); Clarence N. Walker (draftsman).

[1909] Francis C. Evans (Commerce and Labor).

[1910] Leonard R. Walker (engineer).

[1911] Charles Eldon (salesman).

[1912] Summer S. Evans (stenographer).

[1914] John T. Shuman (painter); John T. Shuman, Jr. (clerk, boards).

[1915] John T. Sherman [sic: Shuman?] (clerk, Woodward & Lothrop).

[1917] John T. Shuman (painter); John T. Shuman, Jr. (clerk); Katherine Shuman (clerk).

[1919] Christina Swain; John T. Shuman (clerk, Fred S. Lincoln, Inc.); Hallie Cooper (clerk); Jessie Jones.

[1920] Hallie E. Cooper (clerk, War Department); Susuan Cossell (clerk, war risk).

[1921] William J. Hussion (machinist, Navy Yard).

[1922] Estelle S. Mead (correspondent, Veterans Bureau); Bessie A. Mayhall (clerk, Treasury Department); Ernestine R. Mayhall (clerk, Treasury Department).

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Residents of 412 A in Boyd’s Directory

1 August 2015

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[Originally posted 30 January 2014; revised 1 August 2015.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 412 A Street, SE:

[1871] Adolphus Lindenkohl (draughtsman); Henry Lindenkohl (draughtsman); Charles Flemer (carpenter).

[1872] Charles Flemer (carpenter); Charles Flammer [sic].

[1876] John Wagoner (driver).

[1878] Charles W. Hepbrun (laborer); Leah Hepbrun (widow of James Hepbrun); Samuel H. Hepbrun (painter).

[1879] Charles W. Hepbrun (laborer); Leah Hepbrun (widow of James Hepbrun); Samuel H. Hepbrun (painter); Thomas A. Mitchell (clerk); Thomas A. Mitchell, Jr. (telephone operator); Samuel H. Clark (painter); Frank E. Swartout (carpenter); Leah Clark [sic] (widow of James Clark).

[1880] Leah Hepburn (widow of James Hepburn).

[1881] Griffin S. Martin (carpenter).

[1882] James A. Randall (clerk, Adjutant-General Office).

[1883] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1884] H. B. Sabin (clerk); James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1885] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1886] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1887] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1888] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1889] James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1890] George S. Randall (clerk); James A. Randall (clerk, War Department).

[1892] James A. Flemer (Coast and Geodetic Survey); James E. Gill (carpenter).

[1894] Clair R. Hillyer (student); William E. Hillyer (student); William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1895] William R. Hillyer.

[1896] Clair R. Hillyer (manager); William E. Hillyer (chemist); William R. Hillyer (insurance).

[1897] Clair R. Hillyer (clerk); Edward L. Hillyer (student); William E. Hillyer (chemist); William R. Hillyer (insurance).

[1898] Clair R. Hillyer (stenographer); William E. Hillyer (chemist); William R. Hillyer (insurance); Daniel T. Birtwell (clerk).

[1899] Clair R. Hillyer (stenographer); Edward L. Hillyer (clerk); William E. Hillyer (chemist); William R. Hillyer (insurance); William E. Tufts (chemist).

[1902] John W. Bulla (inspector).

[1903] John W. Bulla (inspector, Post Office Department).

[1904] John W. Bulla (inspector, Post Office Department).

[1905] John W. Bulla (inspector).

[1906] Beatrice Bulla; John W. Bulla (inspector, Post Office Department).

[1908] Louise M. Newcomb (stenographer); Mary C. Newcomb (widow of Simon D. Newcomb); William R. Bolten (Government Printing Office).

[1909] William R. Bolten (Government Printing Office); Joseph E. Cox (clerk); Lewis D. Lawrence (clerk); Mary C. Newcomb (widow of Simon D. Newcomb); M. Louise Newcomb (stenographer).

[1910] Louis B. Lawrence (clerk, Navy).

[1911] Edward P. Fitch (clerk, Census Office).

[1913] William R. Bolten (Government Printing Office); Mary C. Newcomb (widow of Simon D. Newcomb); Mary L. Newcomb (stenographer).

[1915] Carroll B. La Place (clerk, Post Office Department); Ella G. Kerby (widow of William F. Kerby).

[1916] Eliza Logie (Library of Congress).

[1919] Eliza Logie (Library of Congress); Ella G. Kerby (widow of William H. [sic] Kerby).

[1921] Vernon Kaufman (police); Ethel C. Morrison (clerk, War Department).

[1922] Mary C. Monroe; Ethel C. Morrison (clerk, War Department); Vernon E. Kaufman (Capitol police).

[1923] Helen Corcelius (clerk).

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Residents of 410 A in Boyd’s Directory

31 July 2015

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[Originally posted 30 January 2014; revised 31 July 2015.]

The following persons appear in Boyd’s Directory of the District of Columbia at 410 A Street, SE:

[1875] Henry Ruble (laborer).

[1879] Thomas A. Mitchell (clerk).

[1882] William Hillyer (clerk, Adjutant-General Office).

[1887] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1888] Julia Rollins (servant); William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1889] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1890] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1891] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1892] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1893] William R. Hillyer (clerk, War Department).

[1894] Joseph R. Ruppel (bartender).

[1895] Joseph Ruppel (watchman).

[1897] Joseph P. Ruppel (police); Joseph P. Ruppel, Jr. (driver).

[1898] Joseph L. Ruppel (driver); Joseph P. Ruppel (watchman); Joanna Kieffer (widow of Phillip Kieffer).

[1899] Joseph L. Ruppel (driver); Joseph P. Ruppel (watchman); Sophia Ruppel (clerk); Joanna Kieffer (widow of Phillip Kieffer).

[1903] Louis Bryan (laborer); Oliver W. Bryan (porter).

[1904] Henry E. Tripp (H. Tripp Sons, wagonmakers).

[1906] Henry E. Tripp (notary).

[1906] Herey [sic] E. Tripp (notary).

[1908] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp).

[1909] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp).

[1914] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp); H. Ernest Tripp (messenger, Evening Star, boards).

[1916] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp); H. Ernest Tripp (messenger, independent organization).

[1919] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp); Henry E. Tripp.

[1920] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp); Henry E. Tripp (clerk).

[1920] Clara M. Tripp (widow of Henry E. Tripp); Ernest Tripp (supervisor, war risk); Henry E. Tripp (clerk).

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John O’Connell: 1930 census

2 February 2014

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Federal census, 1930, 516 A St., S.E., Washington, D.C.

John O’Connell (owns, value of home $2,000), head, has radio, 55, married, 30 at first marriage, born in Mich., father born in Ireland Free State, mother born in Ireland, police, U.S. government, veteran.

Elizabeth O’Connell, 55, married, 30, 30 at first marriage, born in Michigan, parents born in Irish Free State, not employed.

Mary A. O’Connell, daughter, 20, single, attending school or college, born in D.C., parents born in Mich., clerk, U.S. government.

John J. O’Connell, son, 19, single, attending school or college, born in D.C., parents born in Mich., clerk, U.S. government.

Frances M. O’Connell, daughter, 17, single, attending school, born in D.C., parents born in Mich., not employed.

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Francis E. Knott: 1940 census

29 January 2014

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Federal census, 1940, 503 A St., S.E., Washington, D.C.

  • Francis E. Knott (rents, $50), head, 31, married, completed 2 years of college, born in D.C., lived in same house in 1935, policeman, D.C. police, worked 52 weeks in 1939, income $2,300.
  • Anna T. Knott, wife, 35, married, completed 8th grade, born in Irish Free State, naturalized citizen, lived in same house in 1935, not employed.
  • Francis E. Knott, Jr., son, 4, born in D.C.
  • Patricia A. Knott, daughter, 1 month, born in D.C.
  • Anna M. Smith, stepdaughter, 18, single, completed 3 years of high school, born in D.C., lived in same house in 1935, not employed.
  • Dorothy L. Smith, stepdaughter, 13, completed 7th grade, born in D.C., lived in same house in 1935.
  • John J. Dugan, brother-in-law, 39, single, completed 8th grade, born in Irish Free State, naturalized citizen, lived in same house in 1935, carpenter, D.C. WPA project, worked 52 weeks in 1939, income $1,800.
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Edwin Hesse: funeral

10 December 2013

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Washington Post, 27 November 1936, p. X4.

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Washington Evening Star, 27 November 1936, p. 36.

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Washington Evening Star, 28 November 1936, p. 18.

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