See also

Family of Wayne George SHARLAND and Gladys Mary UNKNOWN

Husband: Wayne George SHARLAND (1894-1969)
Wife: Gladys Mary UNKNOWN (1894-1978)
Children: Robert W SHARLAND (1928-1999)

Husband: Wayne George SHARLAND

Name: Wayne George SHARLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Father: George SHARLAND (1860-1955)
Mother: Leonie Mae LOUCKE (1866-1957)
Birth 7 Dec 1894 Stockbridge - Ingham, Michigan, USA
Death Mar 1969 (age 74) Macomb, Michigan, USA

Wife: Gladys Mary UNKNOWN

Name: Gladys Mary UNKNOWN2
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 24 Aug 1894
Occupation Public school teacher
Death 2 May 1978 (age 83) Livonia - Wayne, Michigan, USA

Child 1: Robert W SHARLAND

Name: Robert W SHARLAND1,2
Sex: Male
Birth 12 Apr 1928
Death 15 Dec 1999 (age 71) Southfield - Oakland, Michigan, USA

Note on Husband: Wayne George SHARLAND - shared note

US Federal census 1900, Stockbridge, Ingham MI

Roll T623_716 Page 10B ED 56


Aged 5 years living with parents


US Federal census 1910 Stockbridge, Ingham, MI

Roll T624_651 Page 12A ED 91 Image 1045


Aged 15 still resident on the family farm


WW1 Draft Registration Card 1917-1918

Date of Birth 7th December 1894

Age 22

Student at Cleary Business College.

Described as Brown Eyes Black Hair



Cleary Business College in 1885 became Michigans first college to train and place graduates as a teacher of Commercial subjects in the public scholl system. It was frounded in 1883 by Patrick Roger Cleary


By 1920 he is married to Gladys and living in rented property in Adrian, Lenawee, Michigan. Wayne is 25 and a High School Teacher

Source: 1920 US Federal Census Roll T625_780 Page 11A ED 54 Image 837


By the time 1930 arrived he is still teaching but living at 130 Hubbard Avenue, Mount Clemens, Macomb, Michigan. He now has a 2 yr old son Robert

Source: 1930 US Federal census Roll 1009 Page 18B ED 32 Image 367.0


He remained in Mount Clemens until his death in March 1969

Source: US Social Security Death Index SSN 384-38-2512


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2"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009