Frederick Morris Nichols
M, #255, b. 2 April 1907, d. 9 April 1974
|Father*||William John Carmoody b. 22 Mar 1874, d. 24 Feb 1960|
|Mother*||Elizabeth Bertha Shaw b. 1 May 1878, d. 22 May 1946|
Frederick Morris Nichols was also known as Frederick Morris Carmoody. Frederick Morris Nichols was also known as Frederick Morris Nicklos. He was born on Tuesday, 2 April 1907 at 331 Albany Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and his mother filed the return. Father was listed as William J. Carmwoody (Lather) and mother was Bertha Marks. Dr. James Musgrave attended at the birth. He appeared in the household of Bertha Carmoody on the census of April 1911 at Caledonia Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He is recorded as: Carmoody, Fred, male, son, single, born April 1906 in Ontario, age 5, not attending school. He appeared in the household of Nickolas Tsimbidis on the census of 17 January 1920 at 4146 49'th Avenue SW, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. He is recorded as: Nicklos, Frederick M, stepson, male, white, 12, single, unknown date of immigration, not attending school, able to read and write, born Canada, mother tongue English, both parents born Canada, able to speak English, no occupation. He appeared in the household of Evan Lunn on the census of April 1930 at the Brooks Hotel, Auburn, King Co., Washington, USA. He is recorded as: Nichlos, Fred M, Lodger, male, white, 23, single, able to read and write, born Canada, both parents born Canada, mother tongue English, immigrated 1913, naturalized citizen, able to speak English, fishman at a fish market, employed. Frederick and Ethel E. Smith, daughter of M.D. Katherine (?) Smith, were married by Reverend J. D. O. Powers on Wednesday, 11 June 1930 at the bride's residence, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. Her surname on the registration was Coombs. Victor Andrews Nichols and Ruth Louise Dickinson witnessed the marriage. He witnessed the marriage of Ruth Louise Dickinson and Victor Andrews Nichols, Wednesday, 17 June 1936. He was recorded as: Nicklos, Fred M, head, male, white, age 32, married, born English Canada, naturalized citizen, resided at the same place on April 1, 1935, worked for 44 hours, bookkeeper for insurance company, worked for 52 weeks, earned $1,400. He petitioned for naturalization on 25 November 1942 at Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. His address was 3246 10th W, Seattle. He was described as: male, white, ruddy complexion, blue eyes, blond hair, 5' 11", 220 pounds, pit scars on forehead, British nationality, painter. His last foreign residence was Victoria, B.C., and he entered Seattle under the name of Frederick Morris Nicklos, on board the S.S. Princess Charlotte October 15, 1913. He was granted naturalization December 28, 1942. Gladys Bradley and Dwight J. Hawkins acted as personal witnesses. Frederick died on Tuesday, 9 April 1974 at Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA, at age 67 years and 7 days of Cardiac Standstill due to widespread Cancer of the Bladder. Dr. France Z. Cokan was the attending physician. He was buried on Friday, 12 April 1974 at Evergreen-Washelli Cemetery, Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. He was a member the Telephone Pioneers, American Legion Post No. 11, the Swedish Club, and the Town and Country Club.
|Ethel E. Smith b. 6 Jul 1904, d. 3 Aug 1989|