Adjutor Fred MAYETTE was born 01 February 1895 in Gardner, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. He married Beatrice May KNIBBS 25 January 1964 in West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. He died 01 September 1973 in Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. Beatrice May KNIBBS, daughter of Joseph Wesley KNIBBS and Mary Frances WETHERBY , was born 12 May 1901 in Unionville, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. She died 11 June 1995 in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA.

Other Marriages/Unions for Adjutor Fred MAYETTE:
See Adjutor Fred MAYETTE & Aurore M ROULEAU

Other Marriages/Unions for Beatrice May KNIBBS:
See James Earl FLOOD & Beatrice May KNIBBS OR Joseph I LAPOINTE & Beatrice May KNIBBS


Notes for Adjutor Fred MAYETTE:

I struggled for quite some time to identify that A Fred Mayette was indeed Adjutor Fred Mayette. I was happy that Adjutor Fred Mayette was married to Aurore Mayette and had concluded that if he married Beatrice Knibbs, it would have been later in his life. Aurore died in Hartford in 1963
I eventually found details of his marriage to a Beatrice M Lapointe in Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, so have concluded that Beatrice was also married before.
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Adjutor was a son of William Mayette and his wife Marie Turgeon
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See Adjutor's Military Registration Card from 1917

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From the Fitchburg Daily Sentinel, Monday, June 16, 1919:
The city coiuncil meeting tonight is expected t be short. There are several garage petitions which will be laid over for hearings at the next neeting., petitions for various sorts of licenses and some routine business. Adjutor Fred Mayette petition the council tonight for a license to conduct a private detective agency at 106 Milk Street..

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We see Adjutor in 1920, living at Fitchburg Ward 1, Worcester, Massachusetts with his first wife:
Adjutor F Mayette Head Mar 24 Massachusetts
Aurore M Mayette Wife Mar 23 Canada
Aurore R Mayette Daur 2 Massachusetts
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In 1930, he was living at Brattleboro, Windham, Vermont:
Fred A Mayette Head Mar 35 Massachusetts
Aurore M Mayette Wife Mar 33 Canada
Aurore R Mayette Daur 12 Massachusetts
Emily A Mayette Daur 10 Massachusetts
Gloria A Mayette Daur 6 Massachusetts
Mary A Mayette Mother 70 Canada
Dell F Robichaud Sister-in-Law 31 New York
Henry A Robichaud Brother-in-Law 25 Canada
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See Adjutor's Military Registration Card from 1942

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Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Fred.

He's buried at Bloomfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

Sources for Adjutor Fred MAYETTE:

  1. Hartford Courant Newspaper Archives, June 13 1995
  2. findagrave.com,
  3. 1920 US Federal Census,
  4. US Social Security Death Index,
  5. Military Registration Card,

Notes for Beatrice May KNIBBS:

In the 1920 census for Farmington, beatrice was living with her parents:
Joseph KNIBBS Head 48 Connecticut Brick Mason
Mary KNIBBS Wife 47 Connecticut
Leon W KNIBBS Son 20 Plumber (Shop)
Beatrice M KNIBBS Dau 18 Winder - Cotton Mill
Hazel M KNIBBS Dau 16 Winder - Cotton Mill

They were living next door to her uncle, Benjamin Knibbs.
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In 1940.we see Beatrice living with her parents at Farmington Town, Hartford County, Connecticut, United:
Joseph W Knibbs Head Mar 71 Connecticut
Mary F Knibbs Wife 78 Connecticut
Beatrice Knibbs Daur 38 Winder Knitting Mill

Beatrice is identifed as Divorced..
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From the Hartford Courant Newspaper:

MAYETTE. MRS. BEATRICE (KNIBBS) MAYETTE
Published on June 13, 1995,in The Hartford Courant
MAYETTE. Mrs. Beatrice (Knibbs) Mayette, 94, of Colt Highway, Farmington, formerly of Bristol, widow of Mr. A. Fred Mayette, died Sunday (June 11, 1995). Born in Unionville, May 12, 1901, daughter of the late Joseph W. and Mary (Wetherby) Knibbs. She is survived by her sister, Hazel Knibbs Smith of Avon; a sister-in-law, Edna Gleason Knibbs of Unionville; several neices and nephews, grandneices and grandnephews. Funeral services will be held today, 2 p.m., at the Ahern Funeral Home, 111

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Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Beatrice.

Sources for Beatrice May KNIBBS:

  1. Hartford Courant Newspaper Archives, June 13 1995
  2. 1920 US Federal Census, gave middle initial. 
  3. Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2001 at Ancestry.com,
  4. 1920 Census Farmington, CT,
  5. 1940 US Federal Census,