Jump to content


Photo

Historical CAF Part 6


  • This topic is locked This topic is locked
7 replies to this topic

#1 Ninan

Ninan

    Superstar Baby Namer

  • Gold Member
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 692 posts
  • Gender:Female

Posted 01 October 2012 - 10:41 PM

I finally found the rest of the story after losing it in the depths of my computer! *Is proud of self*
Anyway, the other installments are here: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5.


I simplified the family lists to include only people currently living or who just died in this installment. Also, the grandchildren living with the original couple are the orphaned children of DS3.

You will need a die! Chose 5 sides!
Have fun! :)

*******


December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York


‘Tis the season to be jolly!


Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend DW LN’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-travelled head. Maybe next year…



DD1 and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in (1. NY 2. VA 3. CT 4. MA 5. PA) though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… (eldest’s name) is planning to take chemistry next term!

DD2 has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with DH & DW while DD2 decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming a/an (occupation from previous post).

However, DD4, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for (DD4’s DH), who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.


*****


The LN Family
DH & DW (1850 & 1864)

DGD: (1912)

DGS: (1917)

Their home: 1 2 3 4 5


DD1 (1880)

DH: (1873)

DD: (1904)

DS: (1906)

DS/DS: (1910)

DS/DS: (1913)

DD/DD: (1915)

Their home: 1 2 3 4 5


DD2 (1881)

DD: (1905)

DS/DS: (1907)

DD: (1910)

DD: (1912)

DD: (1914)

Living with parents


DS1 (1883)

DW: (1893)

DD: (1910)

DS: (1911)

DD: (1914)

DS: (1916)

Their home: 1 2 3 4 5


DS2 (1886)

DW: (1886)

DD: (1908)

DS: (1910)

DD: (1912)

DD: (1914)

DS: (1916)

Their home: 1 2 3 4 5


DD3 (1886)

DH: (1883)

DD: (1908)

DS: (1910)

Their home: use the same houses as DH & DW. If you roll the same one, roll again.


DD4 (1898)

DH: (1891-1919)

DD/DD: (1915)

DS/DB: First Middle (his father's name)/First Middle (his mother's maiden name) or First Middle (honors her grandmother) (1920)

Living with parents


*****

Next stop - 1926!



#2 MissJay

MissJay

    Epic Baby Namer

  • BNG Addict
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,517 posts
  • Gender:Female

Posted 02 October 2012 - 10:33 AM

December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York



‘Tis the season to be jolly!

Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend Howard's home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-travelled head. Maybe next year…





Georgiana and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in Virginia though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… Clara is planning to take chemistry next term!
Beulah has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with Walter & Georgia while Beulah decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming a business woman.
However, Stella, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for John, who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.

*****


The Howard Family
Walter Emmanuel & Georgia Flynn Howard (1850 & 1864)
DGD: Magnolia Rani Howard "Maggie" (1912)
DGS: Samuel Flynn Howard "Sammy" (1917)
Living in a townhouse in Manhattan
Walter & Georgia Howard +
Grandchildren: Maggie & Sammy

Georgiana Iris Wilkinson (1880)
DH: Orson Crosby Wilkinson (1873) occupation: businessman
DD: Clara Iris Wilkinson (1904)
DS: Orson Crosby Wilkinson Jr "Sonny" (1906)
DS/DS: Theodore Isaac Wilkinson & Walter Emmanuel Wilkinson"Theo & Wally" (1910)
DS/DS: Edward Charles Wilkinson & Maxwell Howard Wilkinson "Eddy & Max" (1913)
DD/DD: Margaret Beulah Wilkinson & Ruth Georgia Wilkinson "Margo & Ruthie" (1915)
Living in a beautiful Victorian home in Staten Island
Orson & Georgiana Wilkinson +
Clara, Sonny, Theo, Wally, Eddy, Max, Margo, & Ruthie

Beulah Grace Washington (1881)
DH: Andrew Thomas Washington (1882-1918)
DD: Emmaline Georgina Washington "Emma" (1905)
DS/DS/DS: Henry Thomas Washington, William Jasper Washington "Will", & Robert Arthur Washington (1907; Robert 1907 - 1907)
DD: Eleanor Marjorie Washington (1910)
DD: Eliza Naomi Washington (1912)
DD: Patience Rose Washington (1914)
Living with parents in Manhattan
Beulah Washington +
Emma, Henry, Will, Eleanor, Eliza, & Patience

Walter Emmanuel Howard Jr "Walt" (1883) occupation: school principal
DW: Annalie Monroe Howard (b. 1893)
DD: Callista Jade Howard "Callie" (1910)
DS: Walter Emmanuel Howard III "Alt" (1911)
DD: Lillian Georgia Howard "Lily" (1914)
DS: George Monroe Howard (1916)
Living in a large 5-bedroom home in Boston
Walt & Annalie Howard +
Callie, Alt, Lily, & George

Elliot Graham Howard (1886) occupation: grocer
DW: Rachel Elodie Howard-nee Harper (1886)
DD: Rachel Elodie Howard "Rach" (1908)
DS: Elliot Graham Howard Jr. "Eli" (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Priscilla Howard "Libby" (1912)
DD: Penelope Catherine Howard "Nellie" (1914)
DS: Everett Harper Howard (1916)
Living in a cute cottage in the suburbs of NYC
Elliot & Rachel Howard +
Rach, Eli, Libby, Nellie, & Everett

Priscilla Claire Sommers (1886)
DH: Aubrey Wyatt Sommers (1883) occupation: conductor
DD: Allegra Sage Sommers (1903 - 1904)
DD :Mildred Ivy Sommers "Millie" (1908)
DS: Aubrey Wyatt Sommers Jr. "Junior" (1910)
Living in an adorable farm house in the New York countryside
Aubrey & Prisilla Sommers +
Millie & Junior

Stella Evangeline Griffin (1898)
DH: John Matthew Griffin (1891-1919)
DD/DD: Florence Stella Griffin & Frances Ivana Griffin "Flo & Francie"(1915)
DS/DB: John Matthew Griffin / Cole Howard Griffin or Charlotte Georgia Griffin
Living with her parents in Manhattan
Stella Griffin +
Flo, Francie, John & Cole/Charlotte
*****



#3 Katie-Nana

Katie-Nana

    Genie-ous Baby Namer

  • Super Moderators
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 6,182 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:GA

Posted 02 October 2012 - 01:26 PM

The Sanders' Family

[As it was in the Year 1919]


Edward Jeremiah Sanders, b. 1850
Georgia Eliot Sanders, b. 1864

& their grown children,

Georgiana Marigold Sanders, b. 1880 [aged 39 years]
& husband, Frederick Whitney Mcdowell, b. 1873, a banker under Edward
& their children,

Clarissa Marigold Mcdowell, b. 1904 [aged 15 years]
Frederick Whitney Mcdowell, Jr., b. 1906 [aged 13 years]
George Quincy Mcdowell, b. 1910 [aged 9 years]
Edward Jeremiah Mcdowell, b.1910 [aged 9 years]
Arthur Harold "Artie" Mcdowell, b. 1913 [aged 6 years]
Baxter Sanders Mcdowell, b. 1913 [aged 6 years]

Dorothy Jean Mcdowell, b. 1915 [aged 4 years]

Mildred Ellie Mcdowell, b. 1915 [aged 4 years]


Elberta Jean Sanders, b. 1881 [aged 38 years]
& husband, James Ernest York, b. 1882, d. 1917, a salesman for Upton Motor Company, died in war
& their children,

Eliza Georgette York, b. 1905 [aged 14 years]
Robert Alfred York, b. 1907 [aged 12 years]
Andrew Thomas York, b. 1907 [aged 12 years]
Charles Ernest York, b. 1907, d. 1907
Caroline Margarette York, b. 1910 [aged 9 years]
Vivian Mary York, b. 1912 [aged 7 years]

Pearl Helen York, b. 1914 [aged 5 years]

(Living with parents)

Edward Jeremiah Sanders, Jr., b. 1883 [aged 36 years], a minister
& wife, Hanna Stuart Sanders, b. 1893
& their children,

Rosalind Anne Sanders, b. 1910 [aged 9 years]
Edward Jeremiah Sanders, III, b. 1911 [aged 8 years]

Margaret Eliot Sanders, b. 1914 [aged 5 years]

Joseph Stuart Sanders, b. 1916 [aged 3 years]

(Edward Jr.'s family has moved in with Henry's family to help run the dairy farm in the men's absence).

Henry Warren Sanders, b. 1886 [aged 33 years], a dairy farmer
& wife, Alice Granger Sanders, b. 1886
& their children,

Alice Granger Sanders, b. 1908 [aged 11 years]
Henry Warren Sanders, Jr., b. 1910 [aged 9 years]
Beth-Anne Virginia Sanders, b. 1912 [aged 7 years]

Ariel Grace Sanders, b. 1914 [aged 5 years]

Ethan Granger Sanders, b. 1916 [aged 3 year]


Virginia Anne Sanders, b. 1886 [aged 33 years]
& husband, Leslie Calvin Colburn, b. 1883, a bricklayer
& their children,

Olive June Colburn, b. 1903, d. 1904
Myrna Rose Colburn, b. 1908 [aged 11 years]
Leslie Calvin Colburn, Jr., b. 1910 [aged 9 years]


Raymond Eliot Sanders, b. 1890 d.1917, a pharmacist, died in war
& wife, Chandra Patil Sanders, b. 1892 d. 1917, died in childbirth
& their children,

Dahlia Anjali Sanders, b. 1912 [aged 7 year]

Raymond Eliot Sanders, Jr., b. 1917 [aged 2 years]

(Children now live with grandparents)

Mary Evangeline Sanders, b. 1898 [aged 21 years]
& husband, Phillip Walter Gaines, b. 1891, d. 1919 soldier, died from Spanish Influenza
& their children,

Louise Mary Gaines, b. 1915 [aged 4 years]

Catherine Jone Gaines, b. 1915 [aged 4 years]

Phillip Walter Gaines, Jr., {expected}

John Sanders Gaines -or- Matilda Georgette Gaines {expected}

(Mary & her children have moved in with parents to care for them and orphaned niece & nephew)

#4 Ninan

Ninan

    Superstar Baby Namer

  • Gold Member
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 692 posts
  • Gender:Female

Posted 02 October 2012 - 05:23 PM

December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York

The Brooks Family
John Henry & Helena Douglas (1850 & 1864) occupation: retired banker & homemaker

Helen Rose (1880 - homemaker, socialite)

DH: Calvin Avery Hardin, Sr. (1873 - WWI veteran, banker)
DD: Estella Rose (1904 - CT finishing school student)
DS: Calvin Avery, Jr. (1906)
DS/DS: John Maxwell/James Henry (1910)
DS/DS: Alexander Brooks/William Oliver (1913)
DD/DD: Margaret Helena/Virginia Beth (1915)


Bertha Elizabeth (1881 - homemaker, entrepreneur)

DH: James Harold Welsh, Sr. (1882-1918 - WWI casualty)
DD: Beatrice Eleanor (1905)
DS/DS/DS: James Harold, Jr./John Henry/Robert Edward (1907; 1907-1907)
DD: Louisa Marjorie (1910)
DD: Sylvia Elizabeth (1912)
DD: Paulina Anne (1914)


John Henry, Jr. (1883 - WWI veteran history professor)

DW: Anna Lawrence (1893 - homemaker)
DD: Bella Kate (1910)
DS: John Henry, III (1911)
DD: Marie Helena (1914)
DS: Joseph Lawrence (1916)


William Albert (1886 - WWI veteran, grocer)

DW: Jenny Caroline Miller (1886 - grocer, homemaker)
DD: Jenny Caroline (1908)
DS: William Albert, Jr. (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Nan (1912)

DD: Mary Alice (1914)

DS: Andrew Miller (1916)


Anne Marie (1886 - librarian)

DH: Leslie Thomas Beckwith, III (1883 - WWI veteran, doctor)

DD: Clara Florence (1903 -1904)

DD: Mildred Lily (1908)

DS: Leslie Thomas, IV (1910)


George Douglas (1890-1917, WWI casualty)

DW: Padma Singh (1892-1917, died in childbirth)

DD: Flora Devi (1912)

DS: Geroge Douglas, Jr. (1917)


Mary Emma (1898)

DH: Eric Michael Griffey (1891-1919, WWI veteran & Spanish Influenza victim)

DD/DD:Irene Emma/Rose Johanna (1915)

DS/DB: Eric Michael, Jr/Paul Brooks *or* Catherine Lena


*****


Posted Image


The Brooks Home

Inhabitants:

John Henry (69) & Lena (55) Brooks - Flora (7) Douglas (2)

Beth Welsh (38) - Bea (14) Harry (12) Jake (12) Louisa (9) Sylvia (7) Polly (5)

Emma Griffey (21) - Irene (4) Rose (4)


Posted Image


The Hardin Home

Inhabitants:

Avery (46) & Helen (39) Hardin - Stella (15) Calvin (13) Max (9) James (9) Alex (6) Oliver (6) Virgie (4) Meg (4)


Posted Image


The John Brooks Home

Inhabitants:

John (36) & Anna (26) Brooks - Bella (9) Jack (8) Marie (5) Joseph (3)


Posted Image


The Albert Brooks Home

Inhabitants:

Albert (33) & Jenny (33) Brooks - Carrie (11) William (9) Betsey (7) Alice (5) Andy (3)


Posted Image


The Beckwith Home

Inhabitants:

Tom (36) & Nan (33) Beckwith - Millie (11) Thomas (9)



#5 Alexx

Alexx

    Epic Baby Namer

  • BNG Addict
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,110 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:Forks, Washington, USA / District 13, Panem, North America

Posted 03 October 2012 - 01:27 PM

Tis the season to be jolly!

Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend Scarlett Parker’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-travelled head. Maybe next year…


Charlotte and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in Massachusetts though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… Sally is planning to take chemistry next term!

Maria has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with Adam & Scarlett while Maria decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming an accountant.

However, Holly, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for Arthur, who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.


*****

The Parker Family
Adam Jonah Parker & Scarlett Eden Parker (b. 1850 & 1864)
DGD: Daisy Lila Parker (b. 1912)
DGS: Henry Mason Parker (b. 1917)

House #4


Charlotte Ivy (b. 1880)
DH: Calvin Maddox Bullock (b. 1873)
occupation: lawyer

DD: Sarah Ivy Bullock "Sally" (b. 1904)
DS: Calvin Maddox Bullock Jr. "Maddox" (b. 1906)
DS/DS: Jacob Spencer and Jonah Parker (b. 1910)
DS/DS: Thomas Henry and William Parker (b. 1913)
DD/DD: Lillian Maria and Catherine Scarlett (b. 1915)

House #5


Joyce Maria West "Maria" (b. 1881)
DH – Thomas Richard West (b. 1882-1918)
occupation: accountant

DD: Celia Charlotte West (b. 1905)
DS/DS/DS: James Arthur West, Peter Adrian West, Daniel Alfred West (b. 1907; Daniel Alfred West b. 1907 - 1907)
DD: Rachel Maggie West (b. 1910)
DD: Phoebe Abigail West (b. 1912)
DD: Piper Matilda West (b. 1914)

Living with Parents


Adam Jonah Parker Jr. "Joey" (b. 1883)
occupation: minister

DW: Anna Monroe (b. 1893)
DD: Alana Claire Parker (b. 1910)
DS: Adam Jonah Parker III "AJ" (b. 1911)
DD: Alice Eden Parker (b. 1914)
DS: Albert Monroe Parker (b. 1916)

House #4


Elliot Warren Parker (b. 1886)
occupation: grocer

DW: Cordelia Madeleine Webster (b. 1886)
DD: Cordelia Madeleine Parker "Maddy" (b. 1908)
DS: Elliot Warren Parker Jr. "Warren" (b. 1910)
DD: Hannah Emily Parker (b. 1912)
DD: Emma Rachel Parker (b. 1914)
DS: Andrew Webster Parker (b. 1916)

House #5


Emily Rachel Beckam (b. 1886)
DH: Robin Joseph Beckham "Joseph" (b. 1883)
occupation: bricklayer

DD: Claire Hazel Beckham (b. 1903 - 1904)
DD: Edna Lily Beckham “Lily” (b. 1908)
DS: Robert Joseph Beckham "Robby" (b. 1910)

House #2


Henry Mason Parker (b. 1890-1917)
occupation: pharmacist’s apprentice

DW: Kali Parker (b. 1892-1917)

Holly Evangeline Parker (b. 1898)
DH: Arthur William Garrett (b. 1891-1919)
DD/DD: Elizabeth Holly and Margaret Jane "Lizzy and Maggie" (b. 1915)
DS/DB: Arthur William and Charles Parker or Amelia Scarlett (b. 1920)

Living with Parents

#6 BabyNameRater

BabyNameRater

    Legendary Baby Namer

  • BNG Addict
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,668 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:Small Town, Tennessee, USA

Posted 03 October 2012 - 09:39 PM

December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York



‘Tis the season to be jolly!


Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend Delilah King’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-traveled head. Maybe next year…



Delila and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in NY though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades…Louisa is planning to take chemistry next term!

Mehitable has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with Michael and Delilahwhile Mehitable decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming an entrepreneur

However, Arabella, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for Jack, who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.

The King Family
DH: Michael Oliver & DW: Delilah Juliet (1850 & 1864)

DD1 Delila Rose Parrish (nee King) (1880)

DH: Calvin Maddox Parrish (1873) occupation: lawyer
DD: Louisa Rose Parrish (1904)
DS: Calvin Maddox Parrish (1906)
DS/DS: Benjamin Tobias Parrish & Theodore Michael Parrish (1910)

DS/DS: James Paul Parrish & Dexter King Parrish (1913)

DD/DD: Florence Jane Parrish & Catherine Delilah Parrish (1915)

Home


DD2 Mehitable Jane England (nee King) (1881)

DH: Henry Jasper England (1882) occupation: entrepreneur
DD: Cecily Delyla England (1905)

DS/DS/DS: James Nicholas England, Henry Jasper England & Paul Thomas England (1907; 1907-1907)

DD: Rachel Marge England (1910)

DD: Florence Lydia England (1912)

DD: Prudence Matilda England (1914)


DS1 Michael Oliver King (1883) occupation: professor


DW: Annalie Monroe King (1893)
DD: Arabella Claire King (1910)

DS: Michael Oliver King (1911)

DD: Mary Lilah King (1914)

DS: William Monroe King (1916)

Home


DS2 Patrick Solomon King (1886) occupation: storekeeper

DW: Cordelia Rosalind King (nee Sailor) (1886)

DD: Cordelia Rosalind King (1908)

DS: Patrick Solomon King (1910)

DD: Noa Priscilla King (1912)

DD: Paula Selene King (1914)

DS: Ethan Sailor King (1916)

http://farm6.static....dbb092e8d_b.jpgHome


DD3 Priscilla Sara Everhart (nee King (1886)

DH: Aubrey Theo Everhart (1883) occupation: bricklayer

DD: Constance Olive Everhart (1903 -1904)

DD: Irma Violet Everhart (1908)

DS: Aubrey Theo Everhart (1910)


DS3 Samuel Neil King (1890) occupation: pharmacist’s assistant


DW: Amala Jain King (1892)

DD: Lily Abha King (1912)

DS: Samuel Neil King (1917)



DD4 Eve Arabella Gorson (nee King) (1898)
DH: Jack Alexander Gorson (1891)
DD/DD: Alice Eve Gorson & Edna Jeanne Gorson (1915)

DS/DD: Jack Alexander Gorson & Charlotte Delia Gorson (1920)

#7 MeganMoxie

MeganMoxie

    Superstar Baby Namer

  • Gold Member
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 741 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:Texas
  • Interests:Education (I'm a teacher). Being online, reading and tv. I love to shop, but I can't afford it anymore lol.

Posted 06 October 2012 - 02:51 AM

December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York

‘Tis the season to be jolly!

Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend Natalia Beck’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well- travelled head. Maybe next year…


Natalie and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending finishing school in Connecticut though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… Lillian is planning to take chemistry next term!

Shirley has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with Arthur & Natalia’s while Shirley decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming an entrepreneur.

However, Mary, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish Influenza was too much for Eric, who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.

*****


The Beck Family
Arthur Zachary & Natalia Timothy (1850 & 1864)
DGD: Clover Malati (1912)
DGS: Alexander Timothy (1917)

DD1 Natalie Rose (1880)
DH: Casper Tillman Bullock (1873)
DD: Lillian Rose (1904)
DS: Casper Tillman (1906)
DS/DS: Nicholas Isaac / Arthur Zachary (1910)
DS/DS: John William / Hendrix Beck (1913)
DD/DD: Marie Louisa / Louise Natalia (1915)

DD2 Shirley Louisa (1881)
DD: Cordelia Talie (1905)
DS/DS: William Edgar / James Edmund (1907)
DD: Anna Marjery (1910)
DD: June Mary (1912)
DD: Piper Catherine (1914)
Living with parents

DS1 Arthur Zachary (1883)
DW: Ana Stanley (1893)
DD: Rosalind Joan (1910)
DS: Arthur Zachary (1911)
DD: Dorothy Natalie (1914)
DS: Albert Timothy (1916)

DS2 Louis Walt (1886)
DW: Lucilla Rosalind (1886)
DD: Lucilla Rosalind (1908)
DS: Louis Walt (1910)
DD: Elizabeth Amelia (1912)
DD: Angela Mary (1914)
DS: Arnold Poet (1916)

DD3 Amelia Marie (1886)
DH: Tracy Jonah Purnell (1883)
DD: Griselda Willow (1908)
DS: Tracy Jonah (1910)

DD4 Mary Viviette (1898)
DH: Eric William Garfield (1891-1919)
DD/DD: Ruth Mary / Louise Johanna (1915)
DS/DB: Eric William / Mark Beck or Eleanor Talia (1920)
Living with parents

*****

Next stop - 1926!

#8 astrothief42

astrothief42

    Superstar Baby Namer

  • Gold Member
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 511 posts
  • Gender:Female
  • Location:Disturbia, Maryland
  • Interests:Psychology, Writing, Italian and Greek names, as well as the Latin language.

Posted 25 May 2013 - 11:57 AM

December 22, 1919
Manhattan, New York



‘Tis the season to be jolly!


Goodness knows the world has lots to be jolly about – this is the first real Christmas since the Great War ended. However, it is a bittersweet holiday this year for most. For while the men who survived are safe at home now… the absence of the ones who didn’t is more pronounced, as is the change in the survivors’ personalities. You see first hand how different things are as you are a Christmas guest once more at your dear friend Eliza Cook’s home. The lively home life that surrounds you is putting ideas of retirement in your well-travelled head. Maybe next year…



Elizabeth and her husband are settling back into everyday life at their sprawling home on Staten Island. Their eldest is now attending
finishing school in Pennsylvania, though she's home for the holidays now. School certainly has changed for girls in these past few decades… Charlotte is planning to take chemistry next term!

Shirley has come to grips with being a widowed mother of six. They’ve moved in with Martin & Eliza while Shirley decides how to progress. She’s admitted to several of the family that she is considering following in her late husband’s footsteps and becoming an Entrepeneur.

However, Eve, is still in mourning for her husband, who died in August. The Spanish
Influenza was too much for John, who hadn't been healthy since his stay in France. She’s a fighty young woman, though and expecting next month. She is adamant that one of the babies is a boy to name after her late husband. She refuses to think of more than one girl’s name.


*****


The Cook Family
Martin Arthur & Eliza Owen (1850 & 1864)

DGD: Heather Amala (1912)

DGS: Nicholas Owen, Jr. (1917)

Living in a three-story townhouse

Elizabeth Rose (1880)
DH: Rupert Faulkner Blackwell (1873)

DD: Charlotte Rose (1904)

DS: Rupert Faulkner, Jr. (1906)

DS/DS: Samuel Isaac/Martin Arthur (1910)

DS/DS: Joseph Donald/Maximillian Cook (1913)

DD/DD: Anna Faith/Lillian owen (1915)

Their home

Shirley Faith (1881)
DD: Mirabel Bethany (1905)

DS/DS: Charles Geoffrey/Henry Philip (1907)

DD: Joanna Margeretta (1910)

DD: Adelaide Abigail (1912)

DD: Piper Catherine (1914)

Living with parents

Martin Arthur, Jr. (1883)
DW: Anette Sinclair (1893)

DD: Rosalind Claire (1910)

DS: Martin Arthur, Jr. (1911)

DD: Lousie Elisabeth (1914)

DS: Paul Sinclair (1916)

Their home

Edmund Clarence (1886)
DW: Nancy Caroline Abbott (1886)

DD: Nancy Caroline (1908)

DS: Edmund Clarence, Jr. (1910)

DD: Judith Alicia (1912)

DD: Adele Jean (1914)

DS: Andrew Abbott (1916)

Their home

Alice Jane (1886)
DH: Robin Garrett Sommers (1883)

DD: Joyce Rain (1908)

DS: Robin Garrett, Jr. (1910)

Their home

Eve Clarissa (1898)
DH: John Frederick Goodman (1891-1919)

DD/DD: Florence Evelyn/Virginia Ivanna (1915)

DS/DB: John Frederick, Jr./Carl Cook or Sophia Lizzie (1920)

Living with parents




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users