Note N2606 Index
A.M. Hadley indicate he was married to Nancy Brennan. No additional verification has been found by rewsearch of James R. Hadley in July 2005. As such, the data give for his wives and family comes from the "The History of Weare" pg.869.
(The names of his two wives; Mary A. Brown and Mary J. Brown given in "The History of Weare, NH pg. 869 causes James R. Hadley to wonder if these two women were indeed the same person.)
Note N2607 Index
She was a dress maker
Note N2608 Index
He was an electrician and lived at 50 Park Ave. Manchester, NH. He had 5 children(There was a Leon S. Hadley who died Oct. 5, 1972 in Norway, ME at the age of 80 as found in the State of Maine Vital Statistics. There is no indication that this data is for the same person. Research needs to be done.)
Note N2609 Index
Nettier was from Manchester, NH at the time of her wedding to Leon.
Note N2610 Index
She had 5 children
Note N2611 Index
She had 5 children. She had a double wedding with her sister June.
Note N2612 Index
She was married in a double wedding with her sister Elinor.
Note N2613 Index
She had two children
Note N2614 Index
She was a nurse. She had no children. The 1920 census for Weare, NH has her working as a nurse and being a single person
Note N2615 Index
In Feb. 2005 she and her husband were living at 382 Deering Center Rd. Weare, NH 03281 (603) 529-3896 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note N2616 Index
He was Chauffeur and lived in Manchester, NH. His middle name might have been Raymond. Work needs to be done to verify this.
Note N2617 Index
She was from Riverdale, NH but born in Weare, NH. At the time of her death she was living in Goffstown, NH
Note N2618 Index
He was unmarried. His SS number 001-18-4862 was issued in NH.
Note N2619 Index
He was better known as "Edward". He lived in Stoneham, MA. Ed and his first wife Helen Campbell had no children together. SS# 021-03-5020. Ed was born with a club foot and wore a brace from the ankel fo the knee until he was about 7 or 8. He then underwent an operation at the Childrens's Hospital in Boston, MA. The surgical procedure "somewhat" corrected the condition. One leg was a bit shorter than the other but was not noticable to other unless he was in a bathing suit or was tired and then had a bit of a limp.
He died from a massive stroke at 12:00 noon on April 27, 1963 while sitting on a hospital bed talking with his wife.
For many yearts he owned and operated a neighborhood market in Chelmsford, MA He opened the market in May 1938 and closed it Sept. 30, 1953.
He went to the public school in Weare, NH but high school in Goffstown, NH since Weare had no high school.
He was a member of the Pentacket Lodge AF and AM and Mt. Horab Royal Arch Chapter and Past President of the Mewns' club, First Unitarian Church, Chelmsford, MA