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Re: Robert W. Amazeen
Posted by: Amylynne Baker-Santagate (ID *****5930) Date: April 10, 2010 at 17:57:27
In Reply to: Re: Robert W. Amazeen by Roberta Senechal of 181

Walter's 2nd wife Georgia " Georgie" Mabell Baker was my great aunt. She was born on 27 Nov 1892 on John St.,Bridgeport, CT. She died 25 Oct 1978 in Revere, MA, daughter of Albert Larkin Baker & Mabel Ann Cole.

She married Robert "Walter' Amazeen on May 29, 1914 in Revere, Ma. It is recorded in Medford & Revere. The Medford record is the most accurate one. They had 1 baby that died. My mom thinks it was a girl - I did not find the birth in the files up to 1915 on NEHGS. The marriage ended in divorce. In 1930 they are on High St. in Medford on census. He is 50; she is 37;age at 1st marriage 21; He was born in Ma, his father born in NH, his mother born in MA, and he was a bus operator for the street railway; she was a stenographer.

Walter was born Jan 24, 1880 in Chelsea to Frank L (b-Newcastle) & Kate F. Plumber (b-Chelsea) He had married first June 15, 1904 age 24; Winifred Chanonhouse a 21 d of Robert Chanonhouse and Ann Moore. That marriage ended in divorce too. His father Frank L. Amazeen was the son of Robert W. and Margaret. Walter died May 18, 1963 - I can't remember how I found his death date or where it was.

Hope that helps add to what you have. My aunt never really talked much about him or the baby. She took her maiden name back after the divorce, and all I really knew in the beginning was his name was Walter and they had a baby that died. The original records are available online at


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