I see from your Jan 2017 posts that you have a DNA bead on your great-grandfather, Gerald D., as George Dewitt Booth of Ohio (as seen in his WWII draft reg).
The Cleveland city directories have him there as early as 1930 with a wife "Pearl E" working for " Nickel Plate R.R." and then the wife's name changes to "Eleanor" and he's working for "NYC & St L R.R". Was Eleanor's middle name Pearl or was she another wife?
By the way, also found these news items concerning Mildred his daughter:
August 11, 1947
Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania · Page 18
Two persons were injured when an automobile in which they were riding crashed into a water culvert along Route 22 near Thirty - eighth street late Saturday. The injured, Mrs. Mildred Reddy, 27, Bridgeport, Conn., driver of the car, and her uncle, Llewellyn Lockwood, 68, Stamford, Conn., were treated at the Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. Reddy suffered cuts of the ????. After treatment was sent to the New Cumberland Station hospital, where her husband, Cpl. Harold Reddy, is stationed. Lockwood was treated for cuts of the face, and bruises to the left leg and right hand. Two other occupants of the automobile. Mrs. Reddy's four year old son, Douglas, and a soldier identified as Pvt. George Ugactz, Carlisle Barracks, were not injured. According to State Police, the accident occurred when a truck driven by Fred Noss, 23, 240 South Thirteenth street, made a turn from Highway 22 toward Thirty - eighth street. Mrs. Reddy, the police said, crashed into the culvert while trying to avoid the truck.
December 5, 1947
Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania · Page 21
Announcements Seidle Memorial Hospital,
Cpl. and Mrs. Harold E. Reddy, 102 Bridge street, New Cumberland, son, Mark Booth, November 26. Mrs Reddy was Miss Mildred Helen Booth, Bridgeport, Conn