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Family of Samuel Merritt, Jr VEAZIE and Hattie May SMITH

Married2204 1905 Feb 112204 at Bucksport, ME2204.

Samuel and Hattie were married by J M Tanner, Clergyman. Their intention was filed Jan 31, 1905.

In 1900, Samuel Merritt Veazie, Jr, was a planing mill laborer. In 1909, his occupation2204 given in his marriage record was marine engieer. In 1910, Samuel was a marine engineer; in 1918, a marine engineer for T A Scott Co; in 1920, dredger engineer; and, in 1930, marine engineer for a steamship line. In 1935 and 1937, the New London directory lists Samuel (spouse Hattie M) as a papermaker in Montville. He died before 1953 as wife Hattie is listed as widowed at the time of her death. Hillman800 has deathdate Jun 1943.
Sam's WWI draft registration card lists "Hattie May Veazie - wife." In 1942, Sam's WWII draft registration lists "Hattie" as someone who will always know his address. Hattie's Connecticut Death Index618 entry (1953) lists her as a widow. The 1954 city directory (ancestry.com) for New London, CT, lists "Veazie Hattie M Veazie wid Samuel died Apr 19 1953 age 78."

Children of Samuel Merritt, Jr VEAZIE and Hattie May SMITH:

1. Charlotte F VEAZIE617 b. 1912 Mar 25618 at Connecticut617. d. 2001 Feb 26618 at New London, CT618.
md. Alfred E EATON


170. WWII Draft and Enlistment Records; www.ancestry.com, familysearch.org
221. WW I Draft Registration Card; www.ancestry.com, familysearch.org
564. 1880 Fed Census ME, Penobscot Co., Brewer; www.ancestry.com
614. 1900 Fed Census ME, Penobscot Co., Brewer; www.ancestry.com
615. 1910 Fed Census CT, New London Co., New London; www.ancestry.com
616. 1930 Fed Census CT, New London Co., New London; www.ancestry.com
617. 1920 Fed Census CT, New London Co., New London; www.ancestry.com
618. Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001; www.ancestry.com
800. Veazie Genealogy, Ralph Hillman, 2011
2204. Maine Vital Records, 1670-1907; familysearch.org