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||The birth record for James Oscar Stewart shows his name as James Eskine which I assume is a transcription error. His birth was recorded on March 5, 1881, as having occured on September 19, 1880. The records of several births appear to have been made at the same time...not when the actual birth happened. Elsewhere, on this site you will find a PDF of the record. ||James Oscar Stewart
||Worked at Bluff City Buick in Memphis starting in 1937 until about 1982.|
When living in Brown, Alabama, as a young man, he worked on the railroad selling newspapers and candy. He was called a News Butcher.
In World War II, he was stationed in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where he taught welding on airplanes.
He was a member of Parkway Methodist Church when he lived in south Memphis. He was a member of Underwood Methodist Church when he lived in east Memphis.
|Melvin Dale Stewart
||In the 1870 Census for New York City, Anthony Tatzel, age 60, is living with his second wife, Stamp Tatzel, age 42. ||Anthony Tatzel
||In the 1880 Census for Philadelphia, Anthony Tatzel, age 19, was living with his step father, Fd. Weisenborn; his mother, Julia; his grandfather, John Bessonett, Jr.; and other Weisenborn children. The address was 1117 Callowhill. ||Anthony Tatzel