Helen Ware Crocket (1859 – )

“CROCKETT,  Helen Ware (Mrs. Montgomery A. Crockett).  9 Powder House Road, Medfors, Mass.

Born Boston, Mass., July 19, 1959; dau.  Albert F. and Edith (Ware) Sise; ed. Boston, Miss Ireland’s private school; m. Medford, Mass., Mar. 24, 1886, Dr. Montgomery A. Crockett; children Albert Sise Crockett, b. Oct. 17, 1889; Gilman Kinball, b. Jan. 10, 1892.  Against woman suffrage. Episcopalian.  Sec. of St Paul’s (Buffalo N.Y.)  Branch Girls’ Friendly Soc; vice-pres. of diocesan organization of same for 16 years.”

Source:  Woman’s Who’s Who of America, by John William Leonard, the American Commonwealth Co., New York, 1914, page 216


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Helen Ware Crocket (1859 – ) — 1 Comment

  1. Helen was obviously well educated and very active in social activities of her day and an activist in causes she believed in.

    Wayne said that.

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