1880 Ernest Monroe Ide CDV Photo, Dudley, Worcester County, Mass
#715 Revolutionary War Ide & Burbank, Gould Family DAR, SAR:
On reverse: "Ernest Monroe Ide, 8 mos old" is handwritten in old period pencil script. Photo type: CDV carte de visite Victorian Photograph. Photographer: Photographic Studio of J.N. Chamberlain, Webster, Shumway's Block, Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts. (known to be photographer John Chamberlain, John N. Chamberlain)
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Ernest Monroe Ide (1881-1937) born Dudley, Worcester County, Mass
Mother: Jane Delana Walker (1849–1895) known as "Jennie" Walker or Ide
Mother's Parents: Abner C. Walker and Harriet M. Walker, Dudley, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
Father: Monroe Wilson Ide (1842–1924) died in Woodstock, Windham, CT
Father's parents: Father, Alonzo Ide 1816-1892 and mother, Walker Penniman 1866-1895
Mabel Louise Ide (1885–1940)
Warren LeRoy Ide (1886–1975)
Reverend Herbert Chandler Ide 1874-1949 (Half sibling)
His Spouse: Abbigail Olive Burbank Ide (1878-1953) Father: George H Burbank and Mother: Lizzie Larine Gould.
Mrs. Abbie Olive Burbank Ide in the Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books (152 Vols.):
Birth Place: Worcester County, Mass.
Relative: Thomas Gould, Thaddeus Marble and John Putnam.
Spouse: Ernest Monroe Ide
Comments: Mrs. Abbie Olive Burbank Ide: DAR ID Number: 160461; Born in Worcester County, Massachusetts; Wife of Ernest Monroe Ide; Descendant of Thomas Gould, Thaddeus Marble and John Putnam, as follows; 1. George H. Burbank (1851-1904) married 1873 Lizzie Larine Gould (1855-82); 2. John B. Gould (1820-90) married 1845 Olive Moulton (1827-1908); 3. Lyman Gould (1787-1841) married 1818 Polly Marble (1786-1838); 4. Thomas Gould married 1782 Hannah Williams; Thaddeus Marble married 1786 Olive Putnam (b. 1767); 5. John Putnam married 1761 Mary Cummings (b. 1741); Thomas Gould (1755-1829) enlisted, 1776, as private in Captain Abel Mason's company, Col. Jonathan Holman's regiment, Massachusetts troops. He was born in Marblehead; died in Holland, Massachusetts; Thaddeus Marble (1758-1817) served as private in Captain Reuben Sibley's company, Col. Josiah Whitney's Massachusetts regiment. He was born in Sutton and died in Charlton, Massachusetts; John Putnam (1738-1824) served as private in Captain John Putnam's company, Massachusetts troops, under Colonels Holman and Wade. He was born and died in Sutton, Massachusetts; DAR ID. Number: 160461
Their only Child: Natalie Burbank Ide (1911–1994) born Springfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, see more info on her below.
Buried at Grove Hill Cemetery, Rockville, Tolland County, Connecticut
Abbie Ide United States Census, 1920
Event Place Rockville Ward 2, Tolland, Connecticut, United States
Birth Year (Estimated) 1881
Parent's Birthplace Both Massachusetts
Household, Age, Where born
Ernest M Ide Head M 38 Massachusetts (husband, Ernest Ide)
Abbie Ide Wife F 39 Massachusetts (Abigail Ide)
Natalie Ide Daughter F 8 Massachusetts
His half Brother: Reverend Dr Herbert Chandler Ide 1874-1949, born Woodstock CT, died in Los Angeles CA in 1949. Pastor of First Congregrational Church.
SAR: Sons of the American Revolution Applications, 1889-1970
Birth Date: 21 Oct 1874, Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut
Application Date: 22 Feb 1904
Father: Monroe W Ide (Monroe Ide)
Mother: Abigail Carter Chandler Ide (Monroe's second wife)
Spouse: Harriet McDonald Ide (1876-1951)
Sibling: Ernest Monroe Ide (1881-1937) Half-sibling
Burial: Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, San Bernardino County, California
“The Shield” a magazine of PHI KAPPA PSI Fraternity: NOVEMBER 1937, Volume 58, Number 1, 1937: College Hall of Amherst College, Amherst Massachusetts: Amherst Alumni: ERNEST M. IDE Mass. Alpha '00: Ernest Monroe Ide died in a Boston hospital March 11, 1937 after a short illness. He was born in Dudley, Mass., March 31, 1881, the son of Monroe W. and Jane D. (Walker) Ide. He was a half-brother of Rev. Herbert C. Ide, Mass. Alpha Class of 1895, of Redlands, California. He attended Nichols Academy, Dudley, and was graduated from Amherst College in the class of 1904. At one time he was G.P. of the chapter. For twenty-eight years he had been employed in the cost accounting department of the Hockanum Mills, Rockville, Connectict, being head of the department at the time of his death. This long term followed three years in the office of the Palmer Mill, Three Rivers, Massachusetts. On Jan. 11, 1909 he married Abbie Olive Burbank of Warren, Massachusetts, who, with a daughter, Nathalie Burbank Ide, survives him. The daughter is a graduate of the Connecticut College for Women and is a teacher in the Rockville High School. Brother Ide was active in civic affairs in Rockville, serving at one time as a member of the City Council. He was at various times clerk, deacon, and trustee of the Union Congregational Church in Rockville, and was a Mason. His avocation was raising rare varieties of flowers. —W.A.D.
Found in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. A beautiful photo of a much loved Ide family baby. This whole family has strong DAR Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution ties on both sides. A wonderful piece.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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