The following information was supplied by John R. Carpenter who is a Carpenter Family Researcher who is a 7th Cousin 1 time removed.
Fletcher Hawthorne Carpenter was born on 27 Jun 1878 in Providence, Rhode Island. He died on September 17, 1954 in Yorkville, Kalamazzo County on Gull Lake near Richland, Michigan
Fletcher Carpenter was the son of Edmund Janes & Lydia Etta (nee Snow) Carpenter. He is a descendant of William Carpenter, the immigrant, who was born 1605 in England and who settled in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA.
F. H. Carpenter studied at the Massachusetts School of Art, Ernest Major and was an art teacher at East High School in Rochester, New York and at R.I.T. during the war. He was a member of the Rochester Academy of Design and served as once as the Vice President of the Rochester Art Club.
Fletcher married (MRIN:38640) Agnes Barbara Wight-108350 on 18 Feb 1911 in Dayton, OH. Agnes was born on June 27, 1883 in Dayton, OH. She died on 28 Sep 1981 in Rochester, Monroe, NY and was buried at Yorkville Cemetery, Kalamazoo County, Michigan as was her husband.
The Carpenter Encyclopedia of Carpenters' 2001 by John R. Carpenter. Published 2001.
Amos B. Carpenter, A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE REHOBOTH BRANCH OF THE CARPENTER FAMILY IN AMERICA.
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