|Birth: ||Dec. 28, 1892|
|Death: ||Jan. 1, 1951|
1914: Clerk, boarding at Rm 44, 2804 14th St., NW
1917,1922: Salesman, same residence.
1918: Soldier, same residence.
1920: Living with father James and mother Carrie Bacon Skinner, brother Sydney, his wife Dorothy and their daughter on 14th St., in Washington DC.
1921: Clerk, shipping, boarding at Rm 44, 2804 14th St. NW.
1926: Married Blanche Green, born about 1888, of Philadelphia, PA.
1928, 1930: Salesman, Howenstein Bros., 7525 Alaska Ave., NW
Washington Post obituary, November 12, 1951: Was chief appraiser and an assistant secretary of the Columbia Federal Savings and Loan Association with which he had been associated since 1940. Had served in the year before his death as president of the Washington Chapter, Society of Residential Appraisers. Was a member of the Masons Harmony Lodge. He came to Washington while still a youth from Galveston, TX and had lived in Washington since then. He was wounded while with the army in France in World War I. Funeral services at 2 pm on Wednesday at the Northminster Presbyterian Church, Alaska Avenue and Kalmia Rd. NW.
Note: PFC CO B 312 MACH GUN BN 79TH DIV USA
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Sec: 12, Site: 3056
Maintained by: Bill Howard
Originally Created by: John C. Anderson
Record added: Mar 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49315978