Tucker Family Genealogy

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  • ID: I42
  • Name: Edward T. McLaughlin
  • Surname: McLaughlin
  • Given Name: Edward T.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 23 Mar 1882 in Hartland, Windsor, Vermont 1
  • Death: 17 Jun 1958 2
  • Burial: Union Cmtry, Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire
  • _UID: DF04A7A8481FC046A725D3D6263772E6C9E3
  • Note:

    Edward T. McLaughlin and Laurina Regina (Bonneau) McLaughlin.

    Edward T. McLaughlin and

    Laurina Regina (Bonneau) McLaughlin

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    !BIRTH: Amos McLaughlin Family Bible; 1804-1960; Bible publ. 1828, Boston, MA; In poss of Fred Tucker, Woodstock, VT; NOTE: Photocopy of the Bible in poss of Pat Geary, Harrisonburg, VA.

    !BIRTH: Vital Rcds Vol 2; 1881; Town Clerk, Hartland, VT; p 139; Town Clerk's Office.

    !RELATIONSHIP: Trust Estate for Livinia McLaughlin; 1895-1922; Probate Court, Hartford District Woodstock VT, vol 50; pp 40-45, 66, 90; photocopy in the poss of Pat Geary, Harrisonburg VA; NOTE: interest in the estate went to her sons Frank and Fred until their death then balance to be paid to her living grandchildren, lists Edward T. McLaughlin as one of the grandchildren.

    Census 1900: Military & Naval Population census for the Phillipine Islands, shows Edward stationed on Luzon Island in the 46th Infantry. Although his date of birth is shown as March 1879, his home address in the US is stated as North Hartland, VT, born in VT and both parents born in VT. Edward would have been only 18 in 1900. It's possible he lied about his age to join the military. There is a discrepancy for his birth date; however, the source for 1882 is Hartland, VT town records verified by both myself and Pat Geary and also in the Amos McLaughlin Family Bible, a copy in Pat's possession.
    1910, Claremont, Sullivan, NH age 28, machinist in a machine shop, born VT, parents b. Vermont
  • Change Date: 31 Jul 2011 at 01:00:00

    Father: Frederick Oen McLaughlin b: 7 Aug 1854 in Woodstock, Windsor, Vermont
    Mother: Effie Lee Curtis b: 25 Dec 1862 in Huntington, Chittenden, Vermont

    Marriage 1 Laurina Regina Bonneau b: 29 Jun 1884 in Sutton, Quebec, Canada
    • Married: 3 May 1915 in Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire 3 4
    1. Has No Children Aneila Louise McLaughlin b: 8 Jan 1916 in Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire
    2. Has Children Stella Aldea McLaughlin b: 5 May 1917 in Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire
    3. Has Children Charles Arthur McLaughlin b: 20 Mar 1920 in Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire

    1. Title: 1930 United States Federal Census. [database on-line]
      Author: Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001
      Publication: Internet Web Site
      Note: Image Source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire; Roll: T626_1307; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 0203. Name: Edward T Mclaughlin Age: 48 Estimated birth year: 1881 Birthplace: Vermont Relation to Head-of-house: Head Race: White Home in 1930: Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire. Further verification needed to see if this is the right family.
    2. Title: Family Records: McLaughlin, Susan
      Author: McLaughlin, Susan
      Publication: E-mail messgae from Susan McLaughlin dated July 2005
      Note: My grandfather entered WW1. You can find his draft registration card. The age on the card is wrong. According to my dad my grandfather wanted to help this country so he lied about his age! He was stationed in the Phillipines where he caught Malaria. As to what his job was I am unable to recall.
      Everyone figured him to die plus they didn't want to get Malaria themselves, so they pitched a tent just for him and left him there. After three days they returned, figuring him to be dead. When they pulled back the cover there sat my grandfather on the cot, alive. The first words out of his mouth were, "what's for supper. I'm hungry." We all figured him to have had the luck of the Irish for sure.
      At that time Claremont had electric cars.My grandfather worked repairing them. After cars of our era began to come in droves the electric cars became a thing of the past. He then began to work moving railroad ties, etc.. helping with the upkeep of the various cemetaries in town. Now, this is what I was told when I was younger.
      My grandfather was a very large man, very strong with a soft voice. He never raised his voice, but, according to my dad, when he grabbed you by the shirt with one hand and paddled your behind just once with the other, you knew you were in trouble. My dad was like that. When he spoke you knew you were in trouble or had done a fantastic thing that made him proud.
    3. Title: Family Records: McLaughlin, Susan
      Author: McLaughlin, Susan
      Publication: E-mail messgae from Susan McLaughlin dated July 2005
    4. Title: Marriage Records: New Hampshire Marriages, 1637-1947
      Publication: FamilySearch Historical Record Collection
      Note: Film Number: 2069575
      Digital Folder Number: 4245760
      Image Number: 2018
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