Biography – Albert Thomas Utterstrom (1898-1973)

 

Albert Thomas Utterstrom[1] was born on 12 July 1898 in Deering, Cumberland County,
Maine[2],. He died on 1 June 1973 in  Maine, aged 74[3], was buried in Falmouth Cumberland County, Maine at Pine Grove Cemetery[4].

He is the son of Olaf A Utterstrom (1865-), aged 33, and  Hanna A. Halverson (1866-), aged 32. The following information is also recorded for Albert:

Occupation: Trucking Company
Education : H4 (per 1940 Census)

Noted events in the life of Albert were:

  • Residence : 24 Olympia on 12 September 1918 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[5]
  • Physical Description : Described as Tall, medium build, Blue eyes, dark Brown hair on his draft registration on 12 September 1918 in Portland (Cumberland County, Maine,
    United States)[6]
  • Military Service : Entered military service on 31 October 1918 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[7]
  • Military Service : Discharged on 23 December 1918 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[8]
  • Residence : 24 Olympia Street on 1st January 1920 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[9],[10]
  • Residence : 52 Wellword Road on 1st April1930 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.
  • Residence : 52 Wellword Road on 1st April 1935 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[11]
  • Residence : 52 Wellword Road on 1st April 1940 in
    Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[12],[13]

He married[14] Lois M. Hodgdon (-1929), daughter of Victor Hodgdon and  Martha Wilkenson on 2 September 1926 in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine.[15]. Albert was 28. Lois died in 1929.

He next married Annie Evelyn Chase (1908-1976) on 1st October 1930 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.[16] Albert was 32 and Annie was 22.

He was extremely involved with the Masons Maine. He served as Commander-in-Chief of Maine Consistory from 1949 until 1952. He then served as Grand Commander of the Grand Encampment of Knights Templar in 1952. He was the treasurer for the Grand  Royal Arch Chapter of Maine from 1954 until 1970

Child of Albert and Annie was:

  • Living.

 Endnotes:

[1] Note: See Portland, Maine City Directories, 1918-1961 –
Transcripts.rtf for addresses.
[2] Sources: 1940 Census / Altert T Unterstrom – Maine,
Cumberland, Portland, Ward 9, ED 3-113, Sheet 9B – Family Search (Digitizing) –
Maine Vital Records, 1670-1907 / Albert Utterstrm – Birth – Family Search
(Digitizing) – United States Social Security Death Index – Family Search
(Internet) – United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 /
Albert Thomas Utterstrom – Family Search (Digitizing)
[3] Sources: Find a Grave / Albert Thomas Utterstrom –  Memorial# 146450669 – Find a Grave (Internet)
– Maine Death Index, 1960-1996 / Albert T Utterstrom – Family Search (Other)
[4] Source: Find a Grave / Albert Thomas Utterstrom –  Memorial# 146450669 – Find a Grave (Internet)
[5] Note: Worked as a Clerk at Maine Central R R, 242 St.
John, Portland Maine.
[6] Note: Tall, medium build, Blue eyes, dk Brown hair.
[7] Note: U.S.A. – S.#3666, P/#A2166, Call XC ICE – Mrs. O.
A. Utterstrom, mother.
[8] Note: Comments: Ind: Portland, Cumberland Co. No. 2, Oct.
31/18. Private. Org: 23 Co CAC Ft Williams to disch. Overseas service: None.
Hon disch on demob: Dec. 23, 1918.
[9] Note: Auto Truck – General Work.
[10] Source: 1920 Census / Olaf Utterstrom – Maine,
Cumberland, Portland, ED 62, Sheet 15B, Line 69. – Family Search (Digitizing)
[11] Note: Same house as 1940
[12] Note: Part owner in Trucking Business
[13] Source: 1940 Census / Altert T Unterstrom – Maine,
Cumberland, Portland, Ward 9, ED 3-113, Sheet 9B – Family Search (Digitizing)
[14] Note:
[15] Source: 1930 Census / Albert Utterstrom – Maine,
Cumberland, Portland, ED 85, Sheet 6B, Line 69 – Family Search (Digitizing)
[16] Source: New Hampshire Marriage Records, 1637-1947, /
Utterstrom – Chase – Family Search (Digitizing)

 

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