Freeman, Mark P.

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    SPOUSES: Winifred Freeman

    CHILDREN: Gladys Freeman


    The 1916 and 1917 Chandler City Directories list  him as working in transfer.  His wife is Winifred. E.. In the 1918 Chandler City Directory he is also described as working in livery and transfer and storage. His wife's name is spelled Winnifred.

    The 1919 and 1920 directory lists him as proprietor of F & F Service Station. He and Winifred lived on E. Buffalo Street, according to the 1920 directory.

    -Mr. Freeman, who operates the daylight express in Chandler, has gotten rid of his mustache.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/14/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman won a quilt being raffled off at Frank Roscoe's General Store.  (Chandler Arizonan 2/21/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman was supposed to be a witness in the trial against J.R. Halstead for bootlegging.  The case was dismissed before witnesses were called.  (Chandler Arizonan 4/11/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman is expanding his business to start moving houses.  Last week, he safely removed the homes of Logan Montgomery and Bert Rinear to their ten acre ranch.  He says not one tack loosened or even a chair was upset in the move from town to country.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/2/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman is again expanding his business.  He has secured several lots, and is erecting a feed stable and corral just west of the Roscoe Store.  He will fence the land which will be 100 x 150, and will feed and care for horses of strangers and others.  It will be the only corral in town.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/9/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman's corral was host for the cattle auction on Wednesday.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/16/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman's employee, John Young, is building a home to rent.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/16/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman has secured the job of building the driveway for the railroad depot.  It will be built on the other side of the tracks to aid teams in the loading and unloading of freight.  (Chandler Arizonan 5/30/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman has gotten the contract for filling in around the school house and leveling up the ground.  He also finished painting his feed stable and has painted a big sign across the entire front.  He is also going to paint his houses near the corral.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/6/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman tested the sweet cider found in the place of M.J. Trainer to see if it contained alcohol since Mr. Trainer was being arrested for bootlegging.  He said it was harmless.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/6/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman gave one dollar for the 4th of July celebration.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/20/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman's pet rooster, Frenchy, (imported from France) has passed away.  With Mr. Freeman's moving, the rooster started acting odd, and several days ago tried to go back to the old place.  When he couldn't find it, he went home and ate paint and died.  (Chandler Arizonan 6/20/1913

    -Mr. Freeman's daughter, Gladys, is attending Issac Woodbury Business College in Los Angeles.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/4/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman missed the fat man's race at the 4th of July celebration, and wanted to race the winner but it was against the rules.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/11/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman has control over the renting of a house owned by a Phoenix man.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/11/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman's stables will be start off point for laying pipes for water, since that is where the two cut-off valves will be located.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/18/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman has gotten the contract for excavating the pool and bathhouse.  He started work on Monday and is already finished.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/18/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman now owns half interest in the new pool hall.  He will be in business with George Frye.  Crushed fruit, ice cream, and milk shakes have been added to their line of cold drinks.  (Chandler Arizonan 7/25/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman had to put to rest, Bob, the beloved pet bobcat of the lumberyard after he escaped and received many injuries.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/1/1913)

    -Mr. Freeman was in Phoenix last week on important business.  (Chandler Arizonan 8/1/1913)


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