In 1910, Elizabeth Ella (3 - name on census as Lizzie Ella) lived in Rockland, Maine, with Eugene E. Thomas (26), his wife Alice H. Thomas (19), Ella A. Thomas (52 and widowed), her father Lyman L. Stanley (26) and her mother Lula B. Stanley (23).
On April 12, 1911, Lyman E. Stanley (28 years, 2 months, 14 days old - worked as a fisherman) passed away in Vinalhaven. Lyman died in an accidental death and was burned by gasoline, he is buried in Rockland, Maine.
In 1920, Elizabeth (13) lived on Pearl Street in Portland, Maine with her step-father Frank H. Buck (33 - worked as a foreman for a fish company), her mother Lola B. (33 - spelled Lula in the census and worked as a helper in the fish firm), step-brother Parker F. Buck (13), step-brother William H. K. Buck (11/12) and her maternal grandmother Ella A. Conley (60).
In 1923, Elizabeth (known as Betty) went to Portland High School and was involved in the "Outing Club 2", "Correct English Club 1 and 4", "Red Mill 4", "Royal Vagabond 3", "Gymnasium 1, 2 and 3", "Commercial Club 4", "Glee Club 3 and 4", "Spanish Club 3"; Ambition: To become a nurse.
In 1930, Elizabeth (23 - worked for a telephone office) lived at 43 Roberts Street, in Portland with her step-father Frank (44 - worked as a fish packer), her mother Lola B. (43 - spelled Lula in the census) and her step-brother William H. K. Buck (11).
In 1940, Elizabeth (33 - worked at the telephone company) lived at 43 Roberts Street, in Portland, with her step-father Frank (54 - spelled Francis in the census and worked as a manager for a fish plant), her mother Lola (53 - spelled Lula in the census), her step-brother William H. (21 - worked as a truck driver) and Maine lodger Walter P. Crandall (33 - worked as a clerk in a retail drug store).
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Elizabeth by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Elizabeth: