Will/Braffitt/Johnson/Cook ancestry - Person Sheet
Will/Braffitt/Johnson/Cook ancestry - Person Sheet
NameAnastasia H. Giles Romkey
Birth22 Jun 1872, Greenville Station, Cumberland, Nova Scotia, Canada1
Death27 Oct 1944, Newton Upper Falls, Middlesex, MA1,46
BurialSaint Marys Cemetery, Scituate, Plymouth, MA1
FatherThomas B. Giles (1830-1923)
MotherMercy Henney (1840-1928)
Misc. Notes
!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Saint Marys Cemetery, Scituate, Plymouth, MA1, Anastasia Giles Romkey, husband Edwin Abraham Romkey, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/176955848
!CENSUS: 1881 River Philip, Cumberland, Nova Scotia, Canada60, Anna Geles
!CENSUS: 1891 Victoria, Cumberland, Nova Scotia, Canada, 86, Annie Giles
!CENSUS: 1900 30 Lake Avenue, Newton Ward 6, Middlesex, MA, Annie Giles
!REFERENCE: Aug-1903 The Newton Graphic, for husband Edwin A. Romkey, "Arrangements have been completed for the first annual illumination and band concert under the auspices of the Canoeists' Illumination Association of this city, to be given at Fax Island, on the Charles river, Tuesday evening, Aug. 25. The officers and committee in charge of the affair are H. I. Hatch, pres. ; Geo. H. Bailey, treas. ;
Charles D. Leonard, sec.; W. H. Fanning, John H. Clough, Edwin A. Romkey, ... A band concert was given by the American Watch Factory band on Fox Island. The officers of the Association are as follows: President, H. I. Hatch, Roxbury; treasurer, George H. Baily, West Newton; secretary, Charles D. Leonard, Waltham: W. H. Fanning, Newton Upper Falls; John H. Clough, Newton Edwin A. Romkey, Newton
Lower Falls ...", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicAug_1903/1903-08-Aug_djvu.txt
!MARRIAGE: 17-Aug-1905 Newton Centre, Middlesex, MA marriages1141, 208, Edwin Abraham Romkey and Annie Giles, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N44M-BTY, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Giles-1272
!CENSUS: 1910 Cherry Street, Newton Ward 3, Middlesex, MA, Annie Romkin, husband Edwin Romkin
!REFERNCE: 16-Jul-1910 Newton, Middlesex, MA births43, for daughter Gertrude Ann Romkey, Anastasia Giles, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FXJ5-393
!REFERENCE: Jun-1919 The Newton Graphic, for daughter Gertrude Romkey, "On Monday the pupils of Miss Mary Josephine White held a recital at the Newton Catholic Club. The program included several recitations and two plays. Those who took part were ... In "The Dolls’ Frolic" were Mary Sullivan, Celia Sullivan, Gertrude Romkey, ...", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicJune_1919/1919-06-June_djvu.txt
!CENSUS: 1920 Derby Street, Newton Ward 3, Middlesex, MA, Annie Remkey, husband Edwin A. Remkey, daughter Gertrude A. Remkey
!REFERENCE: Feb-1926 The Newton Graphic, for daughter Gertrude Romkey, "PRESENT OPERETTA. The girls of the parish school of the Church of Our Lady, at Newton, on Tuesday evening in the school auditorium, presented the three act
operetta "Princess Chrysanthemum." The scene was laid in Japan and the
cast included Gertrude Romkey, ...", https://archive.org/stream/192602Feb/1926-02-Feb_djvu.txt
!REFERENCE: 06-Jan-1929 obituary for mother Mercy Henney Giles62, Mrs. Annie Rompkey of Watertown, Middlesex, MA
!CENSUS: 1930 110 Derby Street, Newton, Middlesex, MA, Annie Romkey, husband Edwin A. Romkey, daughter Gertrude M. Romkey
!RESIDENCE 1931, 1932, 1934, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1943 Newton, Middlesex, MA, Anastasia Romkey
!REFERENCE: May-1932 The Newton Graphic, for daughter Gertrude Anne Romkey, ""Confusion" is one of the few comedies giving a true interpretation of English
humor. Miss Gertrude Anne Romkey. the concert pianist and stage artist has the leading feminine part with Mr. Joseph Ryan portraying the male role. Prominent characters in the show are Misses Maria A. McGrath. Kathrine Curran. Jean B. Ford. The male leads are played by Wm. Robblee, Jr., Henry Fusi, Thomas McEnaney, George Tenaty, and Wm. F. Mcpough.", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicMay_1932/1932-05-May_djvu.txt
!REFERENCE: Aug-1932 The Newton Graphic, "Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Romkey and daughter, Miss Gertrude Romkey of 110 Derby street are motoring to New York, Philadelphia, Washington and Virginia where they will visit all the places of interest.", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicAug_1932/1932-08-Aug_djvu.txt
!REFERENCE: 1933 Newton, Middlesex, MA marriages1141, for daughter Gertrude Anne Romkey, married Ralph Francis Carine, "CARINE-ROMKEY. On last Sunday afternoon at four, Bernard’s Church, West Newton, Gertrude Anne Romkey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Romkey of 110 Derby st., became the bride of Ralph Francis Carine, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carine of Brighton. T. A. O’Brien performed the ceremony. The bride wore an old fashioned flowered gown with juliet cap and she carried a bouquet of regal lilies. The maid of honor, Miss Ethel E. Murphy of Cherry st., West Newton wore a gown of yellow mousseline de soie, a large picture hat of yellow horse-hair and carried a bouquet of hill roses and delphinium. John Kelleher of Brighton was best man. Miss Esther Costello presided at the organ and Miss Katherine Donahue was soloist. They will reside at 110 Derby st., West Newton.", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicJul_1933/1933-07-July_djvu.txt
!REFERENCE: 1934 Yarmouth, NS -> Boston, Suffolk, MA, Anastasia Romkey, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:23FT-FDL
!REFERENCE: 1939 Yarmouth, NS -> Boston, Suffolk, MA, Anastasia H. Romkey, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:23N7-FRN
!CENSUS: 1940 Derby Street, Newton, Middlesex, MA, Anna Ronkey, husband Edwin A. Ronkey
!DEATH: 1944 Newton, Middlesex, MA deaths46, Anastasia Giles Romkey
!DEATH: 27-Oct-1944 Newton Upper Falls, Middlesex, MA, Nov-1944 The Newton Graphic, "ROMKEY - On Oct. 27 at Newton Upper Falls, Anastasia (Giles) Romkey, wife of Edwin A. Romkey of 66 Waldorf road.", https://archive.org/stream/NewtonGraphicNov_1944/1944-11-Nov_djvu.txt
!REFERENCE: Nov-1944 The Newton Graphic, "COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS, Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To all persons interested In the
estate of Anastasia Romkey late of Newton In said County, deceased. A petition has been presented to said Court for probate of a cerlaln Instrument purporting to be the last will of said deceased by Edwin A. Romkey of Newton In said County, praying
that he be appointed executor thereof, without giving a surety on his bond. If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should ? a written appearance In said Court at Cambridge before ten o'clock In the forenoon on the eleventh day of December 1944. the return day of this citation. Witness, John C. Leggat, Esquire.
"First Judge of said Court, this seventeenth day of November In the year one thousand nine hundred and forty four."
!REFERENCE: 1972 "Descendants of George Lewis Romkey and his first wife Angeline (Publicover), and his second wife Jerusha Jane (Falt)", page 20, "CHAPTER VII
Edwin Abraham(3) and Anastasia (Giles) Romkey 1 child I. Gertrude Ann(h) Romkey
Born July 16, 1910, west Newton, Mass. Clerk at Claus Gelotte, Cambridge, Mass. Photographic Supplies, catering to Medical, Industrial and Commercial. Married July 9, 1933. Ralph Francis Carine. Engineer. Raytheon Mfg. Co., waltham, Mass. Adopted son of John and Anna Patricia (Kennedy) Carine. Own son of Anna and her former husband, Morris Glauberg. Born Nov. 10, 1908, Boston, Mass.; died July 25, 1957, Boston, Mass. Buried at St. Mary's of the Nativity Cemetery, Scituate, Mass. No children.", https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE12690701
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