Albert Wilson JACOBS
2 Dec 1888 - 2 Nov 1949
Father: John W. JACOBS
- OCCUPATION: Machinist & Electronics Inspector
- BIRTH: 2 Dec 1888, Fremont, Sandusky, OH
- DEATH: 2 Nov 1949, Bremerton, Kitsap, WA
Mother: Cricket STILL
: Grace M.
_John W. JACOBS _|
| | _________________________
| |_Unknown __________________|
|--Albert Wilson JACOBS
| _Henry "Harry" STILL ______|
| | |_________________________
|_Cricket STILL __|
| _George William NEEDHAM _+
|_Margaret Leonice NEEDHAM _|
|_Risa Loretta TITUS _____+
Details of the Margaret Leonice Needham line courtesy of John F. Hartman,
Historical Society of Harford County, MD. [email@example.com].
1900 US Federal Census
10th Ward, Baltimore, MD
(This census specifies Albert's DOB as Dec 1888 in Ohio, of a father
born in Canada. This is consistent with the 1910 census listed below.)
1910 US Federal Census
District 2 (Havre de Grace), Harford, MD
1920 US Federal Census
Charleston, Kitsap, Washington
Roll: T625_1931; Page: 4A
Albert Jacobs, with wife Grace, daughter Beth (abt 3.5 yo) and step-daughter Margaret Proctor, 10.
1930 US Federal Census
Marine Drive, Kitsap, Washington
Roll: 2506; Page: 4B
Albert Jacobs, with wife Grace M., step-daughter Margaret Proctor, 20, and daughter Mabel B., 13.
Albert's age at marriage was 25.
Albert Wilson Jacobs Draft Registration
"World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918"
National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
"Name: Albert Wilson Jacobs; Home Address: Lynden, WA
DOB: 02 Dec 1888 in Fremont, OH; Married, Brown Eyes, Red Hair
Occupation: Machinist, at Pacific American Fisheries, South Bellingham, WA"
"Washington Death Index, 1940-96"
Washington State Department of Health, Washington State Archives.
"Name: Albert W Jacobs
Place of Death: Bremerton; Date of Death: 02 Nov 1949
Age: 60; Gender: M; Certificate: 19522"
Obituary of Albert W. Jacobs
Bremerton (WA) Sun
Wed, 02 Nov 1949 (Vol 49 No 180 Pg 6)
"He lived 19 years in Bremerton and moved 11 years ago to Rt 2, Box 341, Poulsbro.
He is survived by his wife, Grace M., of the family home; a daughter, Mrs. Beth M. Crew
of Indianola Beach; his mother, Mrs. Cricket Tubbs, and a sister, Mrs. Bonnie T. Watts,
both of Havre De Grace, Md."