Biography of Charles Escott Hancock
Technical Service Staff, Camp Mt. Mansfield & Rutland, Vermont
I understand my paternal grandfather, Charles Escott Hancock, called Joe Hancock, was a supervisor of a CCC camp. He was at two camps in supervisory roles.
The first was outside of Rutland Vermont and the family lived in Northfield. This was probably around 1933 until 1938 (when the big hurricane hit).
The second was in or near Mt. Mansfield, Vermont. And the family lived in Underhill, Vermont. This was probably from 1939 until 1942. My father has more memories of visiting this camp and says they were involved in building roads.
I have his date of birth and death: d.o.b.:3/7/1903 and d.o.d: 1954. He was born in New London, Ct.
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