Genealogical Record: Mary Emott (Minnie) Cady

Self Parents Grandparents GGParents GGGParents
Mary Emott (Minnie) Cady

*1862 09 14 Brooklyn NY, USA
+1943 01 05 Norfolk, VA, USA

LDS: R8LZ-3P. Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington, DC, USA; Chapel Hill Lot 538.

Per autobiography of JC 10003, died in an automobile accident.


Howard Cleveland Cady
Lawyer, lived in New York and Washington

*1822 10 02 Killingly, Windham Co., CT, USA
+1889 03 23 Washington, DC, USA

1847: Howard C Cady listed as a lawyer at 16 Willow Street in Old Brooklyn Heights in Brooklyn City Directory (and the previous year "near Cranberry").

1849: Howard Cady listed as a lawyer at 41 Joralemon Street in Old Brooklyn Heights in Brooklyn City Directory.

1880: Listed in Washington, DC, USA Census, E.D. 39+40, FHL Film 1254122; Nat'l Arch. Film T9-0122; Page 362C.


10045 <59:6

James Hervey Cady

*1780 05 20 Killingly, Windham CT, USA
+1832 09 CT, USA

LDS CD 33 PIN 108615 agrees with JJC 10005 that it's Hervey, RFU 14107 and LDS AFN NRCG HW spell it Harvey. Listed in Historical Catalogue of Brown University: Providence, Rhode Island, 1764-1894 as having obtained an A.M. degree in 1807.

10055 <61:7

David Cady
1742/43 02 10-1807 04 17
10151 <67:8
David Cady
10153 >13:4
Hannah Whitmore
10154 >9:3
Lois Polly Cleveland
1739-1790 05 20
10152 <67:8
Josiah Cleveland
10155 >35:8
Sarah Lawrence
10156 >19:6
Sarah C. Howard


10056 <61:7

James Howard
John Howard
10181 >25:8
Sarah Bennett
10182 >6:3
Sally Chapline
Benjamin Chapline
10183 >20:6
Mary Paine
10184 >22:5
Mary Denison Heard

*1821 08 01 Killingly, Windham Co., CT, USA
+1883 10 13

Possibly born 1821, in NYC, and named Mary Dennison Heard?


10046 <59:6

William Heard
fl. Ispwich MA, USA

*1789 MA, USA


John Heard
John Heard
10211 >14:4
Abigail Warner
10212 >9:4
Susanna Burnham
David Burnham
10213 >874:76
Elizabeth Marshall
10214 >21:6
Katherine/Cata Kimball

*1788 MA, USA


Jeremiah Kimball
Jeremiah Kimball
10241 >25:5
Sarah Lord
10242 >24:5
Lois Choate
Jeremiah Choate
10243 >20:4
Eunice Giddings
10244 >877:77


Robert Smith Chew

*1848 10 10 Washington DC, USA
+1923 01 13 USA

Listed in 1900 Census, Washington Co., D.C., Roll 159 Book 1, Page 193a, Line 73; living at 1912 H Street, employed as a bank clerk.

(From JJC 10003) Started as a clerk at the Riggs Bank in Washington, D.C. Eventually became head of the credit department. Bought a 'cottage' in Jamestown, R.I. where his wife and children spent their summers growing up.

Listed in 1880 Census of Washington, see ERS 10044.

10021 <14807:82

m. 1886 04 28 Washington DC, USA
Robert Smith (Rob) Chew
Captain, USN (SC)

*1887 03 04 Washington DC, USA
+1985 12 26 Jamestown, Newport, RI, USA

US SSN 038-24-0256

(From JJC 10003) "At least one of his children was born in Guantanamo, I think it was Bobby."

(From BC 15310) Beatrice and Mary were both born at Guantanamo.

(From SJC 15305) "My mother, Mary Cady Chew [11644], was born at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. A couple of years ago [as of 2003] during a driving tour of Conanicut Island, my Aunt Beechie told me Uncle Bobby was born in Jamestown at the Pollock's house. She pointed it out as we drove by in Shoreby Hills."

Wedding reported in New York Times 1921-06-05 on p. 22


Beatrice Hale (Bee) Pollock
1901 06 01-1966 12 31

Spelling corrected from Pollack by SCJ 15305.

Buried at Cedar Cemetery, Jamestown, RI, USA.

11642 <1:1

m. 1921 06 04 St. Mathew's Episcopal, Jamestown, RI, USA
Beatrice (Beechie) Chew

15310 >2:1

Mary Cady (Mahie) Chew

11644 >3:1

Robert Smith (Bob, Bobby) Chew

15315 >3:2

Mary Heard Chew

*1889 12 11 Washington, DC, USA
+1977 06 19 Wakefield, RI, USA

Not to be confused with a similarly named person US SSN 221-50-9510, born 1889-11-25 died 1972-08 New Castle Co. DE

Find-A-Grave gives interment at New Fernwood Cemetery, South Kingstown, RI, USA.

(From JJC 10003) Middle name was probably Heard, her grandmother's family name.

Middle name confirmed as Heard in an acknowledgment by the Rhode Island Historical Society of her bequest in 1977 of the William Davis Miller papers. Interred at New Fernwood Cemetery, South Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Island, United States.

Drove an ambulance for the British Red Cross in France during World War I.


Gardiner Hubbard Bell
1889 05 07-1912 09 02

nephew of Alexander Graham Bell

(From JJC 10003) Mary's first husband, married around 1912, died two years later of a ruptured appendix on a train to Boston.

Find-A-Grave reports interment at Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, DC, USA.

11649 <8:3

m. 1910 06 22 Christ Protestant Episcopal Church, Baltimore, MD, USA
William (Billy) Davis Miller
1887 11 05-1959 07

(From JJC 10003) Became Mary's second husband sometime after 1917.

Lived at Deepwell, in Wakefield, RI.

Lived in Wakefield, RI, but died in Massachusetts per Rhode Island Historical Society, citing an obituary in the Providence Journal on 1959-07-07.


John James Chew
Captain, CEC, USN

*1893 03 18 Washington DC, USA
+1984 03 02 909 Hillwood Avenue, Falls Church, Fairfax, VA, USA

Studied engineering at Cornell, tuition paid by a client of his father's. Also held a reserve commission in the Army. Buried at Arlington Cemetery.
US SSN 226-54-1432.

Is the Lieut. J. J. Chew listed as superintendent of public works on page 64 in the 1928 USGPO publication "American Samoa: Joint hearings before the Committee on territories and insular possessions...".

Enumerated in 1940 census in Brooklyn, Assembly District 9, 68 85th St. as the 47-year-old male head-of-household naval captain living with his wife, two children, and two parents-in-law. They reported that five years previously they had been living in the Canal Zone, Panama, and their in-laws had been in Mountain Lake, NJ.

Awarded Legion of Merit for "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services to the Government of the United States as Director of Finance and Operating Department, Bureau of Docks, from 15 December 1941 to 1946".

Is the Captain John J. Chew (CEC) listed as the Inspector General of the Bureau of Yards and Docks, living in D.C., on page. 188 of the "Official Register of the United States" (1951, 1954 and no doubt other editions).

Is the Captain J.J. Chew who signs a letter on page 228 of the "Investigation of Military Public Works: Hearings... 82d Congress, 2d Session" in 1952.


Jessie Katherine Lobdell
1888 08 04-1975 10 01

US SSN 225-66-4636

JC 10003: had cousins named "Big Bill" Rutan and "Cousin Dorothy" Rutan McMaster (sp?). Dorothy visited us in Toronto, and is listed as DR 110460 pending connection to the main tree.

Alzheimer's Disease.

Listed in 1900 census in Paterson, Passaic Co., NJ, with parents and brother.

1920 census in Boonton, Morris Co., NJ, USA mentions Dorothy Rutan as her parents' niece.

Marriage announced in Army-Navy-Air Force Register and Defense Times, Volume 72

10004 <88:16

m. 1922 10 __ Mountain Lakes NJ, USA
John James (Jack) Chew

10003 >24:3

Jean MacPherson Chew

10022 >5:2

Richard Smith (Dick) Chew
Captain, USN CEC

*1895 03 30? Washington DC, USA
+1984? 03? __ Montgomery Co., PA, USA?

US SSN 161-10-4188?

(From JJC 10003) "Uncle Dick married Aunt Skip. Uncle Dick served in the Navy during WWI. He worked for Prudential Insurance in Philadelphia. So did Aunt Skip, who was Dick's boss! [...] Uncle Dick also acquired a house in Jamestown [RI], as did of course, [his brother] Rob. So Jamestown is rather special in our family's history. [...] Uncle Dick died in Philadelphia."

Is the Dick "Sailor" Chew who is chronicled in Earle Looker's book, The White House Gang, about the antics of Theodore Roosevelt's son Quentin Roosevelt and his group of friends.


Mary (Skip) Smith

(From JJC 10003) "Aunt Skip died in a highway crash while we were in Saitama 1972-73."


William Davis Miller (Billy) Chew

15325 >3:2

Richard Smith (Ricky) Chew

15323 >2:1

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