Staff Payroll. Teresa Cox was hired as telephone operator in the new Capitol. She was born in England in 1873 and lived in this house with her parents and siblings.
Applied to any individual born in England
Staff payroll. Florence Jolley was appointed postmistress for the new Capitol and served there for many years. She was born in 1872 in England, was married, and had several children.
Dale and Bumgardner Payroll. George Williams worked as a teamster grading the Capitol grounds. He was born in England in 1865 and moved to Minnesota in 1891.
Most of the workers who constructed the Minnesota Capitol belonged to unions. A specific union affiliation has not been found for Marquart, but other Teamsters were organized in St. Paul at the time the Capitol was built, so it's probable he was a union member, like Teamsters Local 120 founder John Geary, who also did grading work on the Capitol grounds.
Dale and Bumgardner Payroll. John Dale was a partner in Dale and Bumgardner, the firm which did the grading of the Capitol grounds. He was born in England in 1844 and came to the U.S. in 1865. John married his wife, Sarah, in St. Paul and they raised a family here.
Henry Severs was born in England in 1849 and came to the U.S. in 1887. This address is from the 1900 Census.