Their divorce was finalized on July 8, 1941, with Katherine Thaw stating that her husband had separated from her because he said he could not support them both.
More DetailsHide DetailsThaw married again and had three children: sons Michael William Thaw, Russell Hall Thaw, and a daughter, Theresa Nesbit Thaw.
In his later years, he served as the postmaster of a small town in Connecticut.
On July 17, 1936, he married Katherine Emily Roberts, a Beverly Hills debutante and a graduate of Radcliffe College.
More DetailsHide DetailsAfter their wedding, they moved to White Plains, New York. They separated on March 15, 1939. Katherine Thaw sued her husband for cruelty and "refusal to live with her".
On December 10, 1935 he crashed in Atlanta, Georgia while on his way to rescue the polar explorer Lincoln Ellsworth after leaving from Caldwell, New Jersey.
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