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Family of Joseph Augustine VEAZIE and Mary A MORRIS

Married2264 1907~2264.

In 1910, Joseph and Mary had been married 3 years.

Mary A MORRIS b. 1884~2264 at Massachusetts2264.

Joseph's middle name is given on his WWI draft registration221. In 1910, Joseph is a civil engineer. He continued in that field as, in 1918, he was working as a civil engieer for Consolidated Telegraph & Electric Subway Co. He continued to work as a civil engineer, probably through 1940, for an electrical power company.

His obituary4161 mentions that Joseph retired in 1943 after 38 years with the Consolidated Telegraph and Electrical Subway Company, of New York City. After retirement, he worked for about 3 years as a purchasing department manager for the American Brake Shoe Company. Joseph died in his home at the age of 65.

Mary's maiden name is mentioned in her husband Joseph's obituary4161. Joseph's draft registration lists his nearest relative as Mary A Veazie. In 1920, 1925, 1930 and 1940, a cousin of Mary (listed in 1940 as 'cousin-in-law' to Joseph), Anna Cogan, single, is living with them. In all but the 1940 census, she is listed as age 50, In 1940, she is 60.

Children of Joseph Augustine VEAZIE and Mary A MORRIS:

1. Joseph R VEAZIE2268 b. 1911 Nov 142268 at New York1244. d. 1981 Oct 5796 at Brockton, MA796.
md. Virginia VEAZIE


221. WW I Draft Registration Card; www.ancestry.com, familysearch.org
796. Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003, 1901-1980; www.ancestry.com, familysearch.org
810. 1930 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers; www.ancestry.com
1244. 1920 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers
1763. 1900 Fed Census MA, Suffolk Co., Chelsea; www.ancestry.com
2264. 1910 Fed Census NY, New York Co., Bronx; www.ancestry.com
2266. 1940 Fed Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers; www.ancestry.com
2268. 1925 State Census NY, Westchester Co., Yonkers; www.ancestry.com
4161. Obit - Veazie, Joseph A, The (Yonkers, NY) Herald Statesman, Tues, Oct 28, 1947; fultonhistory.com