George
W.
Attison


 

GEORGE W. ATTISON was born in Toms River, New Jersey on December 23, 1891 to Joseph J. and Lydia Attison. The 1906 City Directory shows the family at 333 Berkley Street in South Camden. Joseph Attison was then working as a railroad brakeman. By 1910 George Attison had also gone to work with the railroad. He later worked as a brakeman at the Victor Talking Machine Company. George Attison and his family were still living at 333 Berkley Street in January of 1920. He was by then working as a brakeman at one of Camden's shipyards.

In 1920 George W. Attison married a widow, Mrs. Caroline Deitz. By 1924 George W. Attison had been appointed to the Camden Fire Department. He lived at 314 Royden Street with his wife Carrie, and her son, William H. Deitz. The family was still at that address in 1927. By 1929 George W. Attison and his family had move to 511 Royden Street

On May 6, 1937 step-son William H. Deitz was appointed to the Camden Fire Department.

During the 1930s George Attison and his family moved to 4120 Westfield Avenue in East Camden. George Attison was still a member of the Camden Fire Department in the spring of 1942. He retired from the Fire Department in 1947.

George W. Attison is listed in the 1956 New Jersey Bell Telephone Directory at 1226 Broadway in Camden. He moved to Atlantic City by October of 1959. 

Last a resident of Atlantic City, George W. Attison passed away on March 20, 1969.


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Camden Courier-Post
March 24, 1969

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