Chauncey Day Burrell

(1900-1940)
FatherRoyal Orange Burrell (1870-1937)
MotherMary Emily Abbey (1869-)
Chauncey Day Burrell, police detective, son of Royal Orange Burrell and Mary Emily Abbey, was born in Kalamazoo, MichiganG, on 6 October 1900.1 He died aged 39 in Pontiac, Oakland County, MichiganG, on 12 May 1940.1,2 He married in DetroitG on 2 February 1924, Lillian Margaret (Morley) Womer, widow of John Womer.1
     In 1920 Chauncey was living at Winslow Avenue, Detroit, Wayne County, MichiganG, in the household of his parents Royal and Emily, and was recorded in the census as Chauncey D Burrell, a machinist, single, aged 19 and born in Michigan.3

Child of Chauncey Day Burrell and Lillian Margaret (Morley) Womer

  • Donald Morley Burrell b. 18 Jun 1925
Sackett line10th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Sackett Family Association descendants
Susan Nykamp.

 Notes & Citations

  1. Email from Susan Nykamp to Chris Sackett, January 2016.
  2. "Michigan death certificates 1921–1952", database, FamilySearch, "12 May 1940, Chauncey D Burrell, at Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, age 39, married, b. Kalamazoo, MI, 6 Oct 1900, father Royal Burrell, mother Emily Abbey."
  3. 1920 US census, digital image from National Archives microfilm, Ancestry.com, Roll T625_811, p. 6B, Enumeration District 371, Image 291
    Winslow Avenue, Detroit Ward 12, Wayne County, Michigan, 12 Jan 1920
    Burrell, Royal O, head, 49, married, b. MI, father b. OH, mother b. OH, mail clerk
    Burrell, Emily A, wife, 50, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NY
    Burrell, Robert A, son, 20, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. NY, production blast furnace
    Burrell, Chauncey D, son, 19, b. MI, father b. MI, mother b. NY, machinist.
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