Ethan Pryor Wescott, born in 1883 in New Jersey, was the son of John W. and Frances Oatman Wescott. His father, John W. Wescott, was a renowned trial lawyer and judge, known for delivering President Woodrow Wilson’s nominating addresses at Democratic Conventions. Ethan grew up in Haddonfield, NJ, residing at 43 Chestnut Street, which was owned by his family. Following in his father’s footsteps, Ethan pursued a legal career after completing his education and passing the bar exam.
In January 1920, Ethan married Edna, and they had a daughter named Catherine. They resided at 730 Park Avenue in Collingswood, NJ, and later welcomed a son named John. The Wescott family continued to live in Collingswood according to the 1930 Census.
Ethan P. Wescott had a successful and lengthy career as a lawyer. During the 1920s, he formed a partnership with Joseph A. Varbalow in a law firm. He also served as the Camden County Prosecutor in the late 1920s. His brother, Ralph W. Wescott, was a member of the Delaware River Port Authority. After retiring from the legal profession in the 1930s, Ethan ventured into the dairy business.
Ethan P. Wescott actively participated in various fraternal and Masonic organizations, including the Junior Order of American Mechanics, the Improved Order of Red Men, and Camden Lodge 293 of the Elks. He passed away in 1954 and was laid to rest at the family plot in Harleigh Cemetery in Camden, NJ, alongside his father and other family members.
Ethan P. Wescott
Ethan P. Wescott (1883-1954) was a lawyer in New Jersey, following in his father’s footsteps. Active in fraternal organizations, he had a successful legal career and later ventured into the dairy business. Buried in Camden, NJ.
Lawrence T. Doran
Larry Doran helped crack several famous cases, helping send killers Walter Dworecki and William John Stephan to New Jersey’s electric chair. He was involved with most every major investigation in Camden County for a quarter of a century.
Joseph “Mose” Flannery
Joseph ‘Mose’ Flannery was a political figure in Camden in the early 1900’s, also involved in organized crime. He was murdered, as was his suspected murderer.
Samuel P. Orlando
SAMUEL P. ORLANDO was born in Italy on April 26, 1900 to Tony and Fortune Orlando. He came to America in 1909. When the Census was taken in 1910 the family lived in Bridgeton NJ where the elder Orlando and older brother Mike, then 18, worked as laborers at a glass factory. A daughter, Jennie, was also at home.
JOE MONTANA WED TO MISS PALLADINO
Miss Emma Palladino, one of the fairest daughters of Camden’s “Little Italy” yesterday became the bride of Joseph Montana, heavyweight wrestler, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Fourth and Division streets.
Bank Embezzler Jokes When Taken to County Prison
Laughing at photographers who tried to snap a picture as he covered his face with his hat and joking with the officers who accompanied him, Burd S. Garrett, for seven years a teller employed by the East End Trust Company was taken from the West Jersey Hospital this morning at 11:15 to the County Courthouse.
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