1913 - 1997 (84 years)
||Elmer Richard Bumstead |
||Mar 08, 1913
||Jasper, Texas, USA
|Social Security Number
- ELMER R BUMSTEAD, 08 Mar 1913, 09 Oct 1997, LR 19714 (Newark, New Castle, DE, 449-05-0895, issued TX
||Oct 09, 1997
||Newark, New Castle, Delaware, USA
- He served in the Coast Guard and was on the SS Frenchtown in 1945. He lived in Nyack, New York and was in Newark, Delaware in 1957. The newspaper clipping of their wedding and photos of his social security card, Naval officer pass and other items came from an auction at their home in Elkton, Maryland.
The Officer's Identification reads:
U.S. NAVY YARD, PEARL HARBOR, T, IL (image not clear)
Good until DECEMBER 31, 1945 inc.
Pass BUMSTEAD, E. R. CH. MATE.
Issued JN.A 29, 1945
(signed) F.E. Johnson For Captain of the Yard
THIS PASS TO BE RETURNED ON DATE OF EXPIRATION
The reverse of his Social Security card reads: 449-05-0895; Elmer Richard Bumstead, P.O. Box 451, Jasper, Texas; (signed) Elmer R. Bumstead.
||Feb 4, 2006 |
||Richard Bumstead, b. Nov 17, 1883, Hardin county, Texas, USA , d. Feb 24, 1948, Hardin county, Texas, USA (Age 64 years) |
||Naomi Auria Mosley, b. Feb 19, 1891, d. Aug 25, 1993, Hardin county, Texas, USA (Age 102 years) |
- 1930 census, TX, Jasper, JP 5, Roganville, (T626-2361, p 288)
April ?, 1930, HH 45, (all births Texas)
Bumstead, Richard, head, M, W, 46, m at 24, farmer
" , Naomi, wife, F, W, 39, m at 17
" , Elmer, son, 17
" , Earl, son, 14
" , James C, son, 12
" , Albert C., son, 7
||Doris Shafer, d. |
||Groton, New London county, Connecticut, USA
- Their marriage announcement read:
DORIS SHAFER BECOMES BRIDE OF MARITIME OFFICER
"The Rev. W.S. Grant (????) officiated yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the marriage of Doris Florence Shaver, daughter of Mrs. Florence E. Shaver of Uncasville and Lieut. (? g.) Elmer Richard Bumstead of the Maritime Service, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bumstead of Jasper, Tex., which took place at Huntington Street Baptist Church. The single ring ceremony was used.
Music at the church during the ceremony was provided by Beatrice Beckwith, soloist, and Mrs. Harold Lawson, organist.
Claudia Stewart was maid of honor and the bridegroom had Marvy Tuttle for his best man. Ushers were Charles Parks and George Beckwith.
The bride wore a white sild street length dress with accessories of the same color and a corsage of white roses. The maid of honor wore a blue silk dress with harmonizing accessories and a corsage of pink roses.
The couple left for a wedding trip to California and on their return trip will stop in Texas to visit the bridegroom's parents. They will reside in Nyack, N.Y.
The bride attended Williams Memorial Institute and has been employed at the office of the New London Fabrics Corp. The bridegroom was educated at Jasper, Tex. High school.
Guests from Groton, this city, Uncasville and New Haven were present for the wedding ...... (rest missing).
- [S2555] 1930 US federal census, 1930 census, TX, Jasper, JP 5, Roganville, (T626-2361, p 288).