422. JOHN HULL9 ALMY (Valentine Simmons8, John Simmons7, Frederick6, Sanford5, John4, Job3-2, William1),b. Cranston, RI, 30 Jan 1897; d. Barrington, RI, 7 Oct 1983.
He m.(1) ME, 2 Sep 1925, MINONA ROGERS, b. ME, 12 Feb 1898; d. Fall River, MA, Mar 1967, buried Little Compton, RI; dau of Adelbert Rogers. He m.(2), 1970, LUCIA (BLISS) HARVIE, b. Fall River, MA, 1902; d. E. Providence, RI, 25 Jul 1996; dau of George W. and Lucia (Slade) Bliss..
Children, of John and Minona, born Providence, RI:
|i||ROGERS HULL10, b. 12 Jun 1928; m. Little Compton, 8 Aug 1953, MARGARET HANLEY, b. Providence, 3 Sep 1930; dau of James L. and Mary R. (Gorman) Hanley. Rogers H. Almy was a dentist in Little Compton, RI.|
|571||ii||RICHARD CHARLES, b. 18 Aug 1930; m. Little Compton, 1 Feb 1952, EDITH ANDERSON.|
|iii||RUTH MINONA, b. 2 Dec 1931; m. Providence, 1 Sep 1950, LEON W. BROWER.|
John Hull Almy was a dentist in Providence and Tiverton, RI for 39 years. He graduated from Cranston High School in 1915, from Brown University in 1919, and from Tufts University Dental School in 1923. An Army veteran of World War I, he served in the Balloon Corps. A member of the American Dental Association, he served as a draft board examiner during World War II. In his younger days, John played the cello at various New England resorts. John Hull Almy's SS No. is 036-26-5706.
John Hull Almy's second wife, Lucia, was a 1919 graduate of B.M.C. Durfee High School in Fall River and a graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, Class of 1923. During World War II, while her first husband, Captain Harvie was in the Marine Corps at Iwo Jima and the occupation of Japan, she was an airplane spotter and rolled bandages for the American Red Cross.
REFERENCES: FAMILY RECORDS