NameWilliam Herbert HOULE
Birth28 Nov 1889, Massachusetts
Death15 Dec 1963, San Diego, California Age: 74
Burial18 Dec 1963, Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, San Diego, California
Burial MemoSection O Site 4339
OccupationBMC US NAVY WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II {Boatswain}
Misc. Notes
In 1910, as W Houle, he is a crewman at the Navy Yard in Boston (on the USS Salem). He is 20, single, born in Massachusetts, and a seaman in the military. Both parents born in Canada.65

In 1920, at 30, living in a house on Tracy Ave with his parents and siblings Marie and Emile. Works as a boatswain at the Navy Yard.66

In 1930, he is 40 and lists his occupation as farmer, rabbitry industry, on his own account. He is a veteran and served in the WW. He married at 39. There’s no radio.67

In 1940, they lived at 616 Warren Avenue in Bremerton City, where they had also lived in 1935. They owned the house, which was valued at $3,500. He was 50, worked as a laborer in the Navy Yard, and had finished 7th grade. He had worked all of 1939, earning $1,320. He was born in Massachusetts. Born in Wisconsin, Mae was 47 and had finished 7th grade. Son William Jr. was 7, born in Washington, and had finished 1st grade. Lodger Albert Markson, a helper at the Navy Yard, had been unemployed 34 weeks in 1939 and had earned $540. Born in Washington, he was 29 and had resided in Seattle in 1935. He had completed 8th grade.
Spouses
Birth13 Apr 1892, Wisconsin68
Death15 Jul 1954, San Diego, California Age: 62
Burial21 Jul 1954, Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, San Diego, California
Burial MemoSection O Site 4338
FatherEdson Adelbert MOHLER (1867-1935)
MotherAnna CORKINS (1874-1938)
Marriageca 192967
Children(Living)
Birth4 Nov 1892
Death23 Oct 1981 Age: 88
Burial9 Sep 1970, Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, San Diego, California
Burial MemoSection O Site 4339
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