131. Carolyn E. HAMMOND
was born on
30 Mar 1899 in Batavia, Genesee, NY.(16)
She died in Mar 1968 in Seattle, King, WA.(20)
She was born on Wood Ave., Batavia, NY. Her name has been spelled several
different ways- in the newspaper birth announcemnt it was Carroll, in her father's
obit it was Carolyn and in the 1925 city directory it was Caroline. On a post
card to her Grandmother Hammond dated 1909, I have her signature of Carolyn.
She graduated from Everett High School in 1916. Under Senior Horoscope in the
year book it has Appearance: Blonde, but not peroxide, Oddity: her cooking, Favorite
Expression: Oh, Tiens!, Present Occupation: Making wrinkles in her gray matter,
Dream: To be an "American Chef". Carolyn was a listed as a teacher
and living at home in the 1925 Everett directory. In 1926 she was still living
at home with her parents. Her Soc. Sec. # is 531-01-2123. In the 1920 census
she is listed as a teacher. In 1930 she is still living with her parents and
is listed as a muscial accompanist.
She was married to Henry SCHOOLEY.(16) Henry SCHOOLEY(45) was born on 14 Nov 1902.(20) He died in May 1975 in Seattle, King, WA.(20) He ran/worked in Schooley Printing Co., 310 Washintn Street, Seattle. They did office supplies, printing, and litographs.