Noel Thomas Peters

1895 Cambridge, Massachusetts 1975 Newburyport, MA

 

 

Continuation of tree (6th child of Timothee Edouard Pitre/Marie Leblanc); all known surname descendants:

                9           Noel Thomas Peters  b: 1 July 1895  Cambridge, Middlesex, MA; d: 6 November 1975  Newburyport, Essex, MA

                                    +Sarah Elizabeth Keenan  b: 14 June 1905  Johnston, Renfrewshire, Scotland; m: 31 October 1923  Cambridge, MA [John/---]; d: 18 April 1979  Newburyport, Essex, MA

                           10           Helen Rita Peters  b: 16 December 1926  Boston, Suffolk, MA; d: 20 February 1997

                                             +Paul E. Masterson    d: Bef. May 2000

                           10           Irene Laura Peters  b: 26 June 1929  Boston, Suffolk, MA; d: 23 August 2011

                                             +Edward W. Gammons  b: 21 April 1905  Fall River, Bristol, MA; m: 21 June 1947  Maine [Henry Elliot/Leone Trembley]; d: 18 June 1983  Newburyport, Essex, MA

                           10           Elizabeth J. Peters  b: 31 October 1930  Boston, Suffolk, MA; d: Aft. 1940

                           10           Alberta D. Peters  b: 18 March 1936  Boston, Suffolk, MA; d: Aft. 1940

 

 

Notes for Noel Thomas Peters:

Census

- 1930 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts:  Noel Peters 34 shipper/bakery, wife Sarah 24, Helen Rita 3, Irene 9 months, boarder Francis Healy 17 apprentice/printing plant

- 1940 Boston, Suffolk, MA:  Noel T. Peters 45 painter/school, wife Sadie E. 35, Helen R. 13, Irene L. 10, Elizabeth J. 9, Alberta D. 3.  [32 Woodward Avenue]

World War I registrations:  Noel Thomas Peters, b. 1 Jul 1895 Somerville; ice man; single; short height, medium build; blue eyes & brown hair (Cambridge 1917)

WWII records:  Noel Thomas Peters, 32 Clarence St., Roxbury, Suffolk, MA; age 46, b. 1 Jul 1895 Somerville; wife Sadie E. Peters, works at Boston Navy Yard; 5'3", 125 lbs; blue eyes, brown hair; light complexion; (Boston, 26 Apr 1942)

Tombstone Inscription, Old Hill Burying Ground, Newburyport:  Noel T. / Peters / PVT / US Army / World War I / 1895 - 1975

Misc.:  Boston Herald (Boston, MA), Friday, 23 July 1915:  Struck by train, boy in serious condition - Walking along the Boston & Maine railroad tracks near the Linden street bridge, Waltham, last night, Noel Peters, 20 years old, of 3 Oliver street, Cambridge, was struck by a train and thrown several feet.  He arose, bleeding from a cut on the back that extended from his shoulder to his hip, and, with the assistance of a companion, Talmadge Goodwin of 31 Assitee road, West Somerville, walked 400 yards to the crossing at Lyman street.  There he collapsed and was taken to the Waltham hospital, where the physicians said he had lost so much blood that his condition is serious.

 

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