Tenth Generation


3055. Goldie Alice Hayward was born on 28 October 1889 in Cooper, Maine (Washington). Age 30 in 1920. She lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1900. She lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1910. In 1910 Goldie was a public school teacher in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin). She lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in December 1916. Between 1920 and 1940 she was a public school teacher in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). Goldie lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1920. She lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1930. She lived in East Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in February 1939. Goldie lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1940. She died on 28 October 1977 at the age of 88 in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin). Alice died of congestive heart failure - on 19 Oct 1977 she fell at a nursing home in Winthrop Maine, fracturing her left hip. She died at a Lewiston hospital. She was buried on 31 October 1977 in Lane Cemetery, East Poland, Maine. Goldie was a One-room school teacher in Minot, Maine (Androscoggin). She was 1/512 Wampanoag/Narragansett Indian from father.

Goldie Alice Hayward and Lloyd Holbrook Additon were married on 2 December 1911 in Dover, New Hampshire (Strafford). They were divorced on 22 May 1915 in Maine (Androscoggin). Reason given was failure to provide for his wife and child. Lloyd Holbrook Additon, son of George Porter Additon and Julia Ann Holbrook, was born on 14 June 1887 in Augusta, Maine (Kennebec). Daughter Bernice's marriage to Bill Fifield says Lloyd was born in Bath, Maine. He lived in Bath, Maine (Sagadahoc) in 1900. On 2 May 1912 he was a salesman for insurance agency in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin). Lloyd lived in Lewiston, Maine (Androscoggin) on 2 May 1912. He lived 158 Main Street in Brunswick, Maine (Cumberland) on 5 June 1917. On 5 June 1917 he was an automobile dealer at Brunswick Motors in Brunswick, Maine (Cumberland). Lloyd lived in Brunswick, Maine (Cumberland) in 1918. He served in the military drafted on 4 October 1918 in World War I. Service # 3606572 - inducted Yarmouthville, Cumberland 1, 4 Oct 1918 - Private - 25 Recruit Company General Service Infantry Fort Slocum, NY to discharge. No overseas service. Honorably discharged: 6 Dec 1918. He served in the military honorably discharged on 6 December 1918 in World War I. Lloyd lived as a boarder with his wife at the home of Eben L. and Etta W. Grapham in Brunswick, Maine (Cumberland) in 1920. In 1920 he was an auto salesman in Brunswick, Maine (Cumberland). He lived in Washington, DC in February 1939. In February 1939 Lloyd was a secret service in Washington, DC. He lived in Chicago, Illinois (Cook) on 27 April 1942. He died on 26 November 1959 at the age of 72 in Boston, Massachusetts (Suffolk). Bilateral broncho pneumonia, Bronchitis, Bronchiectasis - Old Tuberculosis. Informant for Death Certificate Mrs. Catherine K. Wilder, 10 Bates Street, Cambridge Mass. Lloyd was buried on 17 December 1959 in Everett, Massachusetts (Middlesex). Funeral director Charles B. Watson, Cambridge Mass. Buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in Everett. First name spelled LLOID on the 1920 census. Lloyd was tall and slender, had brown eyes and dark brown hair. He was listed as 5' 10" in 1942, weight 130 lbs. He was dark complected.

Goldie Alice Hayward-17 and Lloyd Holbrook Additon-16 had the following children:

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Bernice Hayward Additon-15.

Goldie Alice Hayward and Claude Eugene Frank signed a marriage contract on 23 December 1916 in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). They were married on 25 December 1916. Alice H. Hayward m Claude E. Frank, both of Poland Maine. Claude Eugene Frank, son of Royal Thaxter Frank and Ada I. Partridge, was born on 23 February 1884 in East Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). Age 16 in 1900, 26 in 1910, 35 in 1920, 46 in 1930. He lived with his parents in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1900. In 1900 he was a blacksmith in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). Claude lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1909. He lived with his parents in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1910. In 1910 he was a machinist with the railroad in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). Claude lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in December 1916. [Couple] filed an intention to be married on 18 December 1916 in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). On 25 December 1916 he was a blacksmith in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). In 1920 he was a shoe shop machinist in prob. Auburn, Maine (Androscoggin). Claude lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1920. In 1930 he was a steam fitter in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). He lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1930. Claude lived in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin) in 1940. In 1940 he was a piping plu,ber in Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). On 8 June 1940 he was a plumber. Claude died in November 1949 at the age of 65 in East Poland, Maine (Androscoggin). He was buried after November 1949 in Lane Cemetery, East Poland, Maine.

Goldie Alice Hayward-17 and Claude Eugene Frank-75 had the following children:

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Edith Blanche Frank-76.