(1)Thomas, (2)John Sr., (3)Thomas Sr., (4)Daniel Sr., (5)Solomon Sr., (6)Leonard Arkell, (7)Leonard Romaine, (8)Leonard Arkell
Robert Atwood Carhart (1315) was born 28 Mar 1914 in Hudson, Columbia, New York, United States.
1915 - New York State Census - Hudson, Columbia, New York, United States (with parents)
On 24 Jul 1933, Robert applied for Seaman's Protection Certificate:
1940 - US Federal Census - Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States (with mother)
Robert married Adeline Rita "Addie" Keating (1316). Addie was born 31 Jul 1918 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United States to James J. and Catherine Helen (Hobbs) Keating.
Robert and Addie had the following children:
- [living] (1317)
- [living] (1318)
Robert was Captain on the ship "Horace Luckenback" that sailed from Everett, Washington, United States and arrived 20 May 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Robert was Master on the ship "Lena Luckenbach" that sailed from Yokohama, Japan, and arrived 29 Nov 1950 in Seattle, Washington, United States.
Robert was Master on the ship "Edward Luckenbach" that sailed from Los Angeles, California, United States and arrived on 7 Aug 1953 in New York, New York, United States.
Robert served in the US Navy in 1960.
Robert died 26 Jan 1998 in Rochester, Monroe, New York, United States. Addie died 15 Aug 2012 at The Friendly House, Rochester, Monroe, New York, United States. Her obituary appeared on 19 Aug 2012 in Rochester, Monroe, New York, United States.
CARHART, ADELINE "ADDIE"
Brighton: 94, died Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at The Friendly Home, Rochester, NY. A resident of Cape Vincent, NY and formerly of Brooklyn, NY. Predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Capt. Robert A. Carhart and survived by daughter Susan C. Riker (Philip) of Bluffton, SC (formerly of Penfield, NY); granddaughter Nancy L. Heronemus (David) of Summerville, SC, great granddaughter Zoe L. Heronemus and dear friend Jeannine Kalbfus of Rochester, NY.
Addie grew up the youngest of 10 children and was the first female bank teller in Brooklyn, NY. Those who knew her were drawn to her magnetic personality and sense of humor. She loved to entertain those around her and was very recently quoted asking "Do you want me to dance on the table?" when interviewed by a local publication at a Friendly Home cocktail hour.
No service is planned. Donations can be made in memory of Mrs. Carhart to The Friendly Home, 3156 East Avenue Rochester, NY 14618.