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John VEAZIE 388

  1. Married388

    Caroline C LOW
    • Born636 : 1810 Feb 20
    • Birthplace344 : New Haven, CT or NH
    • Died636 : 1890 Jan 19
    • Where Died636 : Bangor, ME
    • Buried636 : Mt Hope Cem., Bangor, ME
    • Father: unkn
    • Mother: unkn
      Locations:
    • 1850 Bangor, ME346
    • 1860 Bangor, ME343
    • 1870 Bangor, ME344
    • 1880 Bangor, ME345
    • Notes:

      Of Caroline, Bang. Hist. Mag.: "of Eastport, ME" In various census records, her birthplace is listed as Maine, New Hampshire and New Haven, Connecticut. Her birth date is calc'd from her age at death.

    Children:
    1. Sarah Caroline VEAZIE
      • Born636 : 1836 Sep 6
      • Birthplace343 : Maine
      • Died636 : 1923 Jan 27
      • Where Died636 : Somerville, MA
      • Buried636 : Mt Hope Cem., Bangor, ME
        Locations:
      • 1850 Bangor, ME346
      • 1860 Bangor, ME343
      • 1870 Bangor, ME344
      • 1880 Bangor, ME345
      • 1910 Saco, ME463
      • 1920 Somerville, MA556
      • 1923 Somerville, MA636
      • Notes:

        In 1910, Sarah is listed in the household of of Stephen F Shaw as "niece." Census records indicate that Stephen was married to Lucy, who must have been Lucy Low, Caroline Low Veazie's sister.

        In 1920, Sarah was listed in George M Cloyes household, along with his wife (Sarah's sister) Adrianna. Sarah apparently never married. Her birth date is calc'd from her age at death.

    2. Adrianna M VEAZIE, b. 1840 Apr in Green Bay, WI
    3. Charles B VEAZIE, b. 1840 Apr 27 in De Pere, Wisconsin
    4. Henry Clay VEAZIE
      • Born346 : 1842~
      • Birthplace346 : WI
        Locations:
      • 1850 Bangor, ME346
    5. Samuel W VEAZIE
      • Born604 : 1844 Jan 4
      • Birthplace343 : Wisconsin
      • Died604 : 1911 Dec 10
      • Where Died604 : Govt Hosp for the Insane, Wash., DC
        Locations:
      • 1850 Bangor, ME346
      • 1860 Bangor, ME343
      • 1870 Bangor, ME344
      • 1880 Providence, RI603
      • 1897 Providence, RI604
      • 1898 Providence, RI604
      • 1900 DV Hosp, Chelsea, ME605
      • 1910 Govt Hosp for Insane, Wash., DC606
      • Notes:

        Samuel was a jeweler by trade. He is listed in the various records as single in 1880, 1897 and 1898. His hospital records list his nearest relative as his sister. The 1900 and 1910 census records list him as widowed, though he may have listed himself as such as a result of his medical condition.

        Samuel was a Civil War veteran, having enlisted 20 Sep 1861 at Bangor, ME, in Co. G, Second Maine Regiment. ancestry.com has enlisted 25 Oct 1861, Co. H, and mustered out 20 May 1863.

        Samuel's information recorded at the Togus (ME) Hospital for Veterans lists his birthplace as Bangor, ME. The censuses for 1850 and 1860 list his birthplace as Wisconsin. Wisconsin is more likely as his parents would likely have provided the census information.

        Samuel was admitted twice to the Togus Hospital with bronchitis and cystitis. Those entries give "Miss S. C. Veazie," of Bangor, as his nearest relative. The hospital entry records his death in the Government Hospital for the Insane in Washington, DC. As the cause of death was pulmonary turberculosis, it may be that the accompanying fever caused brain damage. Whether a result of his condition or an enumeration error, the 1910 census lists his birthplace as New Jersey, his parents both born in Germany.



343. 1860 Fed Census ME, Penboscot Co., Bangor
344. 1870 Fed Census ME, Penobscot Co., Bangor
345. 1880 Fed Census ME, Penobscot Co., Bangor
346. 1850 Fed Census ME, Penobscot Co., Bangor
388. Bangor (ME) Historical Magazine, Vol II, July 1886 June 1887; Joseph W. Porter, Ed and Pub, Bangor: 1887
405. Maine State Archives, Augusta, Maine
463. 1910 Fed Census ME, York Co., Saco
555. 1840 Fed Census Wisconsin Territory, Brown County
556. 1920 Fed Census MA, Middlesex Co., Somerville
603. 1880 Fed Census RI, Providence Co., Providence
604. Maine, Togus, Disabled Veterans Hospital, Log Entry
605. 1900 Fed Census ME, Kennebec Co., Chelsea, Eastn Branch Nat Home for DV
606. 1910 Fed Census DC, Washington, Govt Hosp for Insane
636. Bangor, ME, Mount Hope Cemetery online records http://www.mthopebgr.com