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Leland Milton AldenAge: 77 years19031980

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Leland Milton Alden
Birth January 29, 1903 31 29
Death of a maternal grandmotherElizabeth Jane Adams
January 26, 1906 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterEdith Lydia (Elizabeth) Alden
January 26, 1910 (Age 6 years)
Death of a sisterEdith Lydia (Elizabeth) Alden
July 5, 1910 (Age 7 years)

Census 1910 (Age 6 years)
Census 1920 (Age 16 years)
Census 1930 (Age 26 years)
Death of a motherBess Mae (Bessie) Hollabaugh
January 9, 1934 (Age 30 years)
Census 1940 (Age 36 years)
Death of a fatherWilliam Clinton Alden
April 11, 1959 (Age 56 years)
Death April 14, 1980 (Age 77 years)
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Leland Milton Alden
Birth: January 29, 1903 31 29Mount Vernon, Linn, Iowa
Death: April 14, 1980District of Columbia
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Birth: January 29, 1903 31 29Mount Vernon, Linn, Iowa
Death: April 14, 1980District of Columbia
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In the 1910 US Federal Census for Washington, D.C., 38-year-old Iowa-born William C Alden and his 36-year old Iowa-born wife Bess H [Hollabaugh] Alden have been married eleven years. This is a first marriage for both. They have in their household their three children, 10-year old Indiana-born John H, 7-year-old Iowa-born Leland M and 3-month-old Washington, D.C.-born Elizabeth [sic] L. John and Leland have attended school in the past year. William is a geologist for the US Geological Survey. The family is living at 4 R street NW, in a house that William owns, but with a mortgage. William, Bess and John are literate and speak English. William's parents were born in New York; Bess' father was born in Ohio and her mother in Indiana; the children's parents were born in Iowa.

In the 1920 US Federal Census for Washington, D.C., 48-year-old Iowa-born William C Alden and his 45313 6-year old Iowa-born wife Bess Hollabaugh Alden have in their household their children, 20-year old Indiana-born John Herbert, 16-year-old Iowa-born Leland Milton and 8-year-old Washington, D.C.-born Helen Hollabaugh. John, Leland and Helen have attended school in the past year.The family is living at 124 Bryant St, in a house that William owns free of mortgage. William is a geologist for the US Geological Survey. Everyone speaks English. Everyone except Helen is literate. William's parents were born in New York; Bess' father was born in Ohio and her mother in Indiana; the children's parents were born in Iowa

In the 1930 US Federal Census for Washington, D.C., 58-year-old Iowa-born Willliam C Alden and his 56-year-old Iowas-born wife Bess H [Hollabaugh] Alden were married when he was 27- and she was 24-years-old. They have in their household, their children, 27-year-old Iowa-born Leland M and 18-year-old District os Columbia-born Helen H. The family is living at 5313 Broad Brook Road, in a house that William owns, worth $12,500. Helen has attended school in the past year. William is a geologist for the US Geological Survey. Leland is a clerk in a brokerage office. Everyone is literate and speaks English. William's parents were born in New York; Bess' father was born in Ohio and her mother in Indiana; the children's parents were born in Iowa. In the 1940 US Federal Census for Washington, D.C., 68-year-old Iowa-born widower William C Alden is head of a household which contains his children, 37-year-old Iowa-born Leland and 28-year-old Washington DC-born Helen H, and a housekeeper, 71-year-old Ohio-born widow Esther Allen. This household is living in a house worth $10,000 at 6313 Branch Road which was their address in 1935. William is a geologist with the US Geological Survey, has worked 52 weeks of the past year and had a salary of $5000 for the year. He also has had income other than a salary. Leland is a cashier for a brokerage house, has worked 52 weeks of the past year and had a salary of $1620 for the year. Helen has not had a job and does housework. Esther has worked 52 weeks of the past year and earned $600 for her duties as housekeeper

A graduate of George Washington University, Leland Milton Alden was a geologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. His engagement announcement (to Frances Jane Burke) in the Washington Post, 15 May 1941, states he was a direct descendant of John Alden, the Pilgrim, and John Quincy Adams.