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1  Daigle, Joseph A. (I6041)
 
2  Family F1250
 
3  Wallingford, Ivan Blaine (I1013)
 
4  Irish, Doris Eloise (I1197)
 
5  Bemis, Elizabeth (I4350)
 
6  Thompson, Augusta M. (I5065)
 
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1930 census says age 19 at first marriage; thus Rolfe was not her first husband
Name at marriage to Rolfe was Stella D. Smith 
Smith, Stella D. (I4218)
 
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cemetery posibly Tucker Road / Srickland Ferry Road off 219 
Bishop, Cyrus (I4762)
 
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Isiah & Lydia grave at East Burial Ground, North Turner lists 14 names, presumably children, one of which is “Sarah E. 1833-1870” 
Lara, Sarah Ellen Thompson (I1618)
 
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1850 - See Arvilla Harris

1900: living with sister-in-law?

1910 cenus lists sons George P. age 29 (b 1881), Arthur L. age 26 (b 1884), and Forest W, age 16 (b. 1894). This suggests they were children with Nellie. Also, perhaps the earlier son Forest died young. 
Austin, Leonard (I4066)
 
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1860 - Living with grandson, Lewis Chase. 
Chase, Joseph (I2575)
 
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1870 census lists Lera (?), f., age 8. (b. abt 1862) 
Harris, Jonas C. (I3943)
 
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1900 census says born Aug 1887, age 12

Listed as “Eva Luetta Mansield” on MR to Carlton. 
Mansfield, Cora Luetta (I1447)
 
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1900 census shows Samuel, Flora, Harry, and Nellie M Goss. Harry is Son in law, Nellie is Daughter in law. ages 15 and 16. Could this actually mean stepson and step daughter, implying a previous marriage for Flora?

1910 - Living in Auburn with step-father, Samuel C. Shaw and mother, Flora M. Shaw.

1930: also in house is wife Anne, age 38, and daughter Pauline, age 10. Census form illegible; Pauline is listed as “xxxx daughter”, does not appeat to be “step”, possibly “adopted”. 
Goss, Harry Walter (I270)
 
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1910 - Single and living with mother and two sisters in 1910 Auburn, Maine Census.

1920 - Family name listed as Willer.

1932 - Auburn Directory lists Georgia A, Marcia A. and Nellie M. living at 101 Goff Street.

1940 - Lewiston-Auburn Maine Directory lists Georgia A. at 101 Goff Street, Auburn. 
Wills, Georgia A. (I1214)
 
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Alec; listed as Alex on WWI draft registration; as Alexander in Social Security record

1940: chiildren Roger, Loretta, Walter, Raymod, Aurel 
LeBlanc, Alexander (I5838)
 
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Bangor Daily News
Posted Sept. 25, 2008, at 11:18 p.m.

KENNETH E. ‘KEN’ ADDITON

TURNER – Kenneth E. “Ken” Additon, 55, of General Turner Hill Road, Turner, died Sunday afternoon, Nov. 23, 2003, at Massachusetts General Hospital with his loving family at his side following a courageous battle with cancer. He was born June 18, 1948, in Lewiston, a son of Elden and Marion (Hodgkins) Additon. Ken was a graduate of Leavitt Institute. He received a BS degree from the University of Maine at Orono in 1971, where he was a four-year member of the baseball team and served as captain. He also attended the Darden School of Banking in Virginia. Ken worked many years in the banking industry and was currently employed as vice president-market manager for United Kingfield Bank. Formerly, he was a regional vice president of commercial lending at Northeast Bank. He also spent several years as a small business lender with Fleet Bank, and in 1994 was named FAME Banker of the Year. Early in his career, he spent time with Farm Credit Service in Auburn, and had also spent a number of years as a Regional sales manager for Agway Inc. in Syracuse, N.Y. He was a member of the High St. Congregational Church in Auburn and was very involved in community services, including serving on the Turner Comprehensive Plan Committee and the Turner Board of Appeals. He chaired the finance committee for the Lewiston-Auburn United Way and served as president of the Lewiston Development Corp. He was a board member for the Lewiston-Auburn Economic Growth Council and served on the board of the Androscoggin County Chamber of Commerce. He was also a member of the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Club and spent 17 years coaching youth baseball in Turner, where he also founded the Andy Valley Legion Team. In his free time he enjoyed woodworking, golfing, hunting and building stone walls, which area neighbors and friends could always recognize as his workmanship. But most of all he enjoyed all the special times spent with his family, friends and beloved pets. He leaves his loving wife and best friend of 31 years, Jan Additon, whom he married in Houlton on Feb. 5, 1972; two sons, Christopher Additon and fianc‚e, Lara Bailey, of Walpole, Mass., and Matthew Additon and Kammie Blount of Gray; his mother, Marion Additon of Leeds; three brothers, Errol Additon and wife, Kathleen, of Leeds, Keith Additon and wife, Kay, of Cooperstown, N.Y., and Ellis Additon of Vassalboro; five nieces, and his mother and father-in-law, George and Dola Lilley of Houlton. A memorial service and celebration of his life will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, at High St. Congregational Church, Auburn. There will be no visiting hours. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make donations in his memory to either the American Cancer Society, New England Div., One Main St. Suite 300, Topsham, ME 04086, or Greater Androscoggin Humane Society Building Fund, 420 Poland Spring Road Auburn, ME 04210. There will be a gathering following the memorial service at the Riverwatch Grand Ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn at Great Falls Plaza Auburn. 
Additon, Kenneth E. (I5520)
 
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Barbara E. McCormick

Obituaries | Monday, July 23, 2012

LEWISTON — Barbara Elaine McCormick, 60, of Wilton, died unexpectedly Saturday morning at Central Maine Medical Center, with her family by her side.

She was born in Farmington, Feb. 17, 1952, a daughter of Arthur and Alice Tourtelotte and received her education in local schools, graduating from Mt. Blue High School in 1970.

On June 10, 1989, she married William “Butch” Ross McCormick Jr. in Weld. Barbara worked at GH Bass in Wilton for 25 years and at the time of her death was employed at Rick’s Market in Dryden.

She enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, and she loved to hunt, garden, fish and watch birds. Barbara will always be loved and greatly missed.

She is survived by her husband of Wilton; children, Travis Toothaker and his wife, Sharon, of Livermore, Tracy Merrill and her husband, Scott, of Turner, Troy McCormick and his wife, Ashlee, of Jay; stepchildren, Kevin McCormick and his wife, Joanna, of St. Albans and Beau McCormick of Waldoboro; three grandchildren, Aidan, Katie and Brooke; siblings, Bonnie Richards of Temple, Jon Tourtelotte and his wife, Marion, of Manchester, Carol Tourtelotte of Wilton, and Robert Tourtelotte and his wife, Gail, of Wilton; father-in-law, William R. McCormick Sr. and his wife, Rosemary, of New Sharon.

She was predeceased by her parents; her mother-in-law, Helen; sister-in-law, Debra Seeley; brother-in-laws, David McCormick, Arthur Richards and Leslie Rowell. 
Tourtelotte, Barbara Elaine (I6075)
 
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Boyd, Clifford
St. Catharines Standard - Wednesday, March 23, 2016 • Obituary

BOYD, Clifford - At Albright Manor in Beamsville on Friday, March 18, 2016 at 85 years of age, after suffering with Alzheimer disease for several of years. Beloved husband for 60 years of Lois (nee Cords), and dear father of Lori (Don) Junop of Pembroke and Lisa (Randy) Litke of St. Catharines. Grandfather of Gregory and Mark Junop, Kristen (Jon) Jackson, Matt (Ashley) Litke. Survived by in laws Marilyn (Brian) Burgoyne and Don (Marla) Cords and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents George and Muriel Boyd, sister Marion (Harry) Cody and great grandson Jack Jackson. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held on Saturday March 26 at 11:00 a.m. at TALLMAN FUNERAL HOMES , 3277 King St. Vineland. If desired, donations to Albright Manor or a charity of choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at www.tallmanfuneralhomes.ca13 
Boyd, Clifford (I2835)
 
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Brandon S. Bubier

1993 - 2014

Lewiston Sun-Journal
Obituaries | Monday, October 20, 2014

LEWISTON — Brandon S. Bubier, 21, a resident of Barrel Shop Road, Greene, died unexpectedly Friday, Oct. 17, at Central Maine Medical Center as a result of injuries received in an automobile accident.

He was born in Lewiston on May 31, 1993, the son of Tobie Bubier and Angela Tremblay.

He attended Greene schools and was a 2011 graduate of Leavitt Area High High School.

Brandon was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed fishing and hunting with his family and friends. He was a gifted tinkerer who loved taking things apart. Anything motorized, Brandon was there to ride it, such as snowmobiles, dirt bikes and ATVs, and he especially loved driving his dirty pick-up trucks. He also enjoyed spending time with family and friends around a warm campfire sharing with them the good times of the day.

Brandon was a fourth generation family member employed in the family business at Bubier Meats in Greene.

When you met Brandon for the first time, you knew he would be your friend for life.

Survivors include his paternal grandparents, Wayne Bubier and wife, Becki, and Patty Bubier and companion, Joe Dehetre; his paternal great-grandparents, Glenice Bubier and Rachel Gray; his maternal grandparents, Will and Roxanne Tremblay; his father, Tobie Bubier and Mary Boyle; his mother Angela Tremblay; six sisters, Nicole, Cassidy, Brandy, Lacie, Jasmine and Kasidy; as well as Brandon’s girlfriend, Renee Cote. Also surviving are many many aunts, uncles, and cousins. 
Bubier, Brandon Scott (I4534)
 
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Capt. Wallace Smart Reed  


BAR HARBOR - Early in the morning July 3, 2011, Wallace S. Reed died at a Bangor hospital after a long battle with the ravages of the effects of Agent Orange. Throughout his life he worked diligently to help others who also suffered the effects of Agent Orange and their families. Wallace was born July 23, 1945, in Skowhegan, to Sherman and Mary Reed. He grew up in many towns throughout Maine, graduating from Bonny Eagle High School, the University of Maine, Cornell University and the University of Maine School of Law. He served in the Navy for 31 years, including combat in Vietnam and support systems during the first Gulf War. He practiced law in Southern Maine and later taught for 21 years at Maine Maritime Academy, retiring as the director of the Graduate Program. Along the years his career choices brought him much joy and fulfillment, but his family was the true center of his life. He was a loyal and loving son to Sherman and Mary and a devoted husband to Sandra, also of Bar Harbor. He was a proud and loving father to Ellen of LaQuinta, Calif., Melissa of Salinas, Calif., and Wallace and Timothy, who died as newborns, a deep and abiding sadness throughout his life. He was pleased when his daughters gave him two fine sons-in-law, Duston and Jim. He deeply loved his grandchildren, Shannen Ellen, Cassady Reed and Ashlyn Reine, all of Salinas, Calif. He was the brother of Deanna Reed Peters of Port Charlotte, Fla.; and he enjoyed his relationship with many special aunts, uncles and cousins. His nieces, Katie and Angela; and his nephews, Neil and Cameron, were a particular source of happiness in his life. The friends, colleagues and former students he leaves behind all added a wonderful depth and joy to his life. Wallace was a tried and true Red Sox fan, celebrating for days after their 2004 World Series win and subsequent successes. He passed this love on to his wife and children, who now suffer through every season. He never succeeded in understanding Terry Francona's strategies. Wallace is survived by his mother, Mary Reed of Bar Harbor; his wife, his daughters, his sister, nieces, nephews, his beloved Aunt Wilma and several cousins. He will be deeply missed by his beagles, Winston and Leon. He was predeceased by his dear grandparents, father, two sons, many aunts and uncles, and several dear friends. Wallace's family offer their profound thanks to all the healthcare professionals who, throughout his illness, provided him with the best of care, their compassion and friendship, and some great Red Sox stories. Words cannot express how much their care has meant to those of us who loved him. There will be no calling hours, but a memorial service will be conducted 2 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert St., Bar Harbor. Interment will take place at another time in Turner, where he will be laid to rest next to his beloved sons. The family asks that no flowers be given in Wallace's honor, but that any memorial donations be made to Fisher House Foundation, Inc., which provides a home away from home for military families to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury. These houses are located throughout the country. You may mail your donation to Fisher House Foundation, Inc., 111 Rockville Pike, Suite 420, Rockville, MD 20850-5168 or donate online at www.fisherhouse.org. Arrangements by Mitchell-Tweedie Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 28 Elm St., Bucksport.

Published in Bangor Daily News on July 7, 2011 
Reed, Wallace Smart (I3807)
 
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Carlisle Austin Lincoln Jr.

Obituary

PEAKS ISLAND -- Carlisle Austin Lincoln Jr., a longtime resident of Peaks Island, passed away suddenly on Sept. 29, 2009.

He was born in Lewiston on Sept. 21, 1935, the son of Carlisle Austin Lincoln and Vivian Louise (Fletcher) Lincoln of Wayne.

He graduated from Winthrop High School in 1953 and then served in the Marine Corps from 1953 to 1957, of which 15 months were in the Far East. He received a bachelor's degree in mathematics and science from the University of Maine at Orono in 1961.

He was married to the former Patty (King) Lincoln, with whom he had three children, from 1958 to 1981.

He was employed at WLBZ in Bangor as a transmitting engineer from 1958 to 1961. He worked for Raytheon in Methuen, Mass., and Peterborough, N.H., in the Department of Defense division of Air to Ground missile development from 1962 to 1969 and he was in data processing at the State of Maine from 1969 to 1976. He was a longtime craftsman on Peaks Island.

He was an accomplished musician who mastered many instruments, among them the piano and the banjo. He played in several jazz, rythm and blues and bluegrass bands. Lincoln was a lifelong avid reader with broad interests. He possessed a curious personality.

He served as commander and financial officer of the American Legion on Peaks Island where he served the interests and welfare of veterans until his death.

He is survived by his wife, Joannie (Devine) Lincoln; his daughter, Dyanna Lincoln of Portland; his two sons, Carlisle Lincoln of Anchorage, Alaska, and Adym Lincoln of Chester, N.H.; grandchildren Christopher Lincoln and Katelyn Lincoln of Millinocket, Joseph Lincoln of Chester and Halley and Bridgete Allex of Peaks Island; his stepdaughter, Julie Allex of Portland and stepson, Harold Woodman of Bridgeton; his sister, Sylvia Andrews of Fayette and several nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Fifth Maine Regiment Museum, 45 Seashore Ave., Peaks Island, ME 04108. There will be a gathering of family and friends directly following the service at the American Legion -- Randall McVane Post 142, 42 Atlantic St., Peaks Island, ME 04108. The Casco Bay Line operates a ferry to Peaks Island at 12:15 p.m. each day, which will bring those who wish to attend the memorial service to the island.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Restoration Fund for the American Legion -- Randall McVane Post 142, Peaks Island, ME 04108. Memorial contributions are 501(c) (19) tax deductible. To offer words of condolence to the family, sign a guest book and share memories, please go to the obituary page at www.independentdeathcare.com.

Arrangements are under the guidance of Independent Death Care, 471 Deering Ave., Portland. 6948429
Published in Central Maine on Oct. 7, 2009 
Lincoln, Carlisle A. Jr. (I5294)
 
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Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 88 Number 3033

Date August 18 1893
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper The Daily Telegraph

Newcastle Creek (Queens Co.) Aug. 15 - Diptheria has visited this place and taken away two lives within the past few days. Mrs. Jarvis SYPHER's youngest son, Oland SYPHER was buried on Saturday. On Monday morn., Minnie SMITH d/o Robert SMITH, was laid to rest. 
Sypher, Oland (I2552)
 
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Death date and cemetery from Rootsweb Buckfield, Maine cemeteries. 
Haskell, Jemima (I3749)
 
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Durgin p. 25 and 35 gives his middle name as Milford, b 8Nov1928

Based on 1930 census, believe he is Chester Eugene Eccles Jr, b abt 1917 
Eccles, Chester Eugene Jr. (I1157)
 
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Evelyn G. Bell

Obituaries | Tuesday, May 11, 2004

AUBURN - Evelyn Gurschick Bell, 79, of Caron Lane, Auburn and formerly of Andover died Sunday, May 9, at the Odd Fellows Home following a short illness.

She was born in Skowhegan on Dec. 1, 1924, the daughter of Leon and Mildred (Smith) Wilbur and was a graduate of Rumford High School.

She was the widow of Karl Gurschick who died in July of 1978.

She was a housewife having raised her loving family, worked part-time selling deerskin gloves, and also worked for the Andover Water District and Library.

She taught Sunday School and was a member of the First Baptist Church in Rumford and the Andover Congregational Church. She was also a member of the Ladies Circle in Andover.

She enjoyed the "Old Home Days," knitting, word puzzles, and writing in her journal.

She is survived by her five children, Karl Gurschick and his wife Dawn of Hermon, Keith Gurschick and his wife Terry of Windsor, Nova Scotia, Kathy Gurschick of Lewes, Del., Karen Crowley and her husband Jim of Westminster, S.C., and Kirby Gurschick and his wife Karen of Auburn; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her infant daughter, Kimberly; her second husband, Albert Bell; her brother, Everett; and her sister, Dorothy Harvey.

http://www.sunjournal.com 
Wilbur, Evelyn Doris (I2036)
 
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http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/76087141/person/32341142923 
Thompson, Isaac (I3456)
 
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husband Charles R. Hooper, August 12, 1920 - August 7, 2001. Married 14 Aug 1947 
Additon, Phyllis Eleanor (I5527)
 
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In Memory of
Lee Zantford Granville
June 16, 1936 - July 29, 2015
Obituary

Lee Z Granville, 79, of Skowhegan, passed away at Cedar Ridge Nursing Home on Wednesday, July 29, 2015.
He was born on June 16, 1936 in Springfield, Massachusetts to Robert and Eva (Munger) Granville.
After World War II, the Granville's moved to Cornville, Maine where they owned and operated a dairy farm. Lee graduated from Madison High School in 1954.
He married Marcia Boynton of Skowhegan in 1958 and later went to work for her parents (Robert and Doris Boynton) at Boynton's Greenhouses.
Lee and Marcia raised four daughters while working in the flower shop and greenhouse. In 1978, they purchased the business from Robert and Doris. During those years, Lee pursued many interests including stock car racing, acquiring his private pilot's license, and coin collecting. He also enjoyed the outdoors and had many adventures while hiking, camping and cross-country biking.
After Lee had a heart attack, which he labeled "the event," in 1990, he pursued other activities to keep himself occupied while recovering. He especially enjoyed photography. He joined the Skowhegan Camera Club, where he met his great friend Lynn Perry. Together they photographed weddings and other social events, and worked together to upload historical photos to the Maine Memory Network, a division of the Maine Historical Society of Portland. They also taught a photography course for Adult Education in Skowhegan.
Lee enjoyed history. He was elected as the President of the Skowhegan History House board in 1999, and was hired as the curator for the museum in 2001. He gave many tours and classes about Skowhegan history to hundreds of school aged children and other visiting adults. While he was at the Skowhegan History House, he created a widely recognized Civil War display. He put together the display from donated letters and a uniform from a descendent of Civil War Lieutenant Alexander Crawford. Lee was a member of the Skowhegan Photo Preservation Committee where he copied about 2200 photos, many of which were used in the book 'Skowhegan Then and Now' for which he wrote much of the text. The book was published in 1998. He also contributed photos to the movie "Empire Falls" that was mostly filmed in Skowhegan. Lee was also an active member of Bloomfield Trustees, the Skowhegan Heritage Society Council, and the Skowhegan Free Public Library. In 2003 he received the 15th annual Service Award from the Town of Skowhegan and in 2009 the Skowhegan Rotary Club presented him with the Paul Harris Award for his dedication to the town of Skowhegan's history.
Lee also enjoyed New England sports, especially the Patriots and the Red Sox. He never missed a game, no matter how the season was going.
Lee is predeceased by his parents Robert and Eva Granville and son-in-law and close friend Mackie Moore of Skowhegan.
He is survived by his wife, Marcia B Granville of Skowhegan; brother and close friend Bob Granville of Norridgewock and nephew Brian Granville and family of Thorndike, Maine; Daughter Karen, her husband Leonard Moore and their two children Benjamin and Emily of Cornville, Maine; Linda Granville and husband Yuri Ortiz and their children George, Armando, and Flor Olivares of Silver Spring, Maryland; Robin Moore and children Meredith and Matthew Moore of Skowhegan, Maine; Ellen Withee and partner Larry Boucher and her children Donald and Nathan Withee; as well as many brothers and sisters in-law and nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m., Saturday, August 8, 2015 at the Smart & Edwards Funeral Home, 183 Madison Ave., Skowhegan. A funeral service will be held at the Centenary Methodist Church, Dr. Mann Rd., Skowhegan on Sunday, August 9, 2015 at 2 pm.
A special thank you to the staff of Cedar Ridge Center and Redington Fairview General Hospital for the loving care they provided to Lee.
Donations can be made to the Skowhegan History House and the Skowhegan Free Public Library, 9 Elm St., Skowhegan, Maine 04976. 
Granville, Lee Zantford (I3007)
 
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Jeannette Gilman

Obituaries | Saturday, August 7, 2010

VENICE, Fla. — Jeannette Gilman, 92, of Nokomis, Fla., passed away on July 31, in Venice, Fla., with her family.

She was born in Auburn, April 6, 1918 and was the only child of Clifford and Anna (Juneau) Hobbs. She was educated in Auburn schools. On March 16, 1942 she married Russell E. Gilman. He predeceased her on Sept. 7, 1983. Russ was a professional musician and they spent many of their early years traveling with the big bands of that period.

In addition to being a homemaker and housewife, she worked at Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co. She also worked at Raytheon and for many years she cared for children in the area. Many knew her as "Auntie." She loved music and loved to dance when Russ was playing at various venues around the state. She enjoyed playing the piano and the organ. She and Russ lived most of their married life in Auburn, but in their retirement years they lived in their "dream" home in Old Orchard. They both had a love and passion for the ocean and generated a second family at their home in Old Orchard. After the passing of her husband she eventually moved to Florida to live with her daughter, Karla. She would return to Maine occasionally to be with family and friends.

Jeannette leaves two daughters, Linda A. Smith and her husband, Norman, of Poland and Karla J. Roy and her husband, Richard, of Nokomis, Fla.; four grandchildren, Gregory Smith, Kimberly Walker, Chad Roy and Robin Tucker; eight great-grandchildren, "Little" Richard Roy, Kelly Walker, Renee Roy, Mandy Roy, Nicholas Walker, Joshua Walker, MacKenzie Downs and Hannah Smith; and three great great-grandchildren, Payton and Richard Roy, Jr. and Joslyn-Skye DeShon. She also leaves two step-great-grandchildren, Bryan Kenney and Stephen Kenney. 
Hobbs, Jeannette (I3912)
 
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Joan B. Johnson, 86
By The Forecaster on June 23, 2011

BAILEY ISLAND — Joan B. Johnson, 86, died June 16 at the Hospice House in Auburn.

Born on Orr’s Island, April 29, 1925, a daughter of Albert W. and Iona Libby Black, she attended Orr’s Island schools and graduated from Brunswick High School in 1944.

On Dec. 6, 1947, she married Bernard W. Johnson in Brunswick, and made their permanent home on Bailey Island in 1953.

She was an active fundraiser for community projects, a member of the Orr’s Island Cemetery Association and a life member of the Willing Helpers of Bailey Island.

She was predeceased by her husband, Bernard, her son, Bernard W. Johnson, Jr., her sister, Prudence N. French, and a grandson, Pemberton Everett Johnson, II.

Surviving are her two daughters, Wanda J. Johnson and Kathleen Ann Johnson, both of Bailey Island; her brother, Ralph N. Black, Sr., of Orr’s Island; five grandsons; four great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews; and cousins.

Following her request, there will be no services.

Memorial contributions can be made the Islands Community Church, P.O. Box 281, Bailey Island, ME 04003; Willing Helpers, P.O. Box 233, Bailey Island, ME 04003; or to the Orr’s & Bailey Island Rescue, P.O. Box 177, Orr’s Island, ME 04066.

Arrangements are by Brackett Funeral Home, 29 Federal St., Brunswick. 
Black, Joan Libby (I260)
 
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Lloyd M. Nightingale
SKOWHEGAN -- Lloyd M. Nightingale, 92, of Skowhegan passed away on Friday, Sept. 23, at Redington-Fairview Hospital surrounded by his loving family.
He was born in Norridgewock on Jan. 2, 1919, the son of Burton and Bertha Libby Nightingale. He graduated from Skowhegan High School and had been a self-employed dairy farmer all of his life. He was a master gardener after attending a course at the University of Maine.
He married Sarah Nightingale on Nov. 22, 1951. He was a lifelong member of the Skowhegan Grange and Pomona, where he was a past master and a sought-after harmonica player. He loved to display his vegetables at Skowhegan State Fair, at which he won many prizes over the years, including a first place for his garden exhibit. He was still a very active gardener at the age of 92. He loved spending time with his family, playing card games and cribbage.
He is survived by his sons, Carroll and his wife, Colette Nightingale, of Skowhegan, and Jeffrey Nightingale of Benton; a daughter, Rebecca Nightingale of Coventry, R.I.; two granddaughters, Angie-Dena Nightingale and Amanda Linn Nightingale; a great-grandson, William Nightingale Spiller; a sister, Rita Walker of Anson; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Sarah, on May 8, 2008; his son, Henry; two brothers, Basil and Wendell; and two sisters, Doris Boynton and Dorothy Magoon.
The family wishes to thank the staff and doctors at Redington-Fairview for the care given to Lloyd and his family. Online condolences may be shared with his family at www.chandlerfunerals.com.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the Centenary United Methodist Church with visitation from 1 to 2 p.m. Interment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations in his memory can be made to your local food pantry. Arrangements are under the direction of Chandler Funeral Homes & Cremation Service, 45 Main St., South Paris.
Published in Morning Sentinel on Sept. 25, 2011 
Nightingale, Lloyd Melburn (I2734)
 
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Lorraine D. Bearor
Waterville Morning Sentital / Kennbec Journal

MADISON -- Lorraine D. Bearor passed away Saturday, July 22, 2006, after a lengthy illness.

She was born July 25, 1923, the daughter of Cletus and Eva (Bernier) Daigle.

She graduated from Madison High School and on Aug. 13, 1945, was married to Gerald P. Bearor of Madison.

She was predeceased by her parents and eight siblings.

Survivors include her husband, Gerald P. Bearor; daughter, Nancy Holmes and her husband, Robert; son, Terry Bearor and his wife, Bonnie; four grandchildren, Kristin Hallowell, Robert Holmes III, Jonathan and Joey Bearor; six great-grandchildren; sister, Irene Constantino; brother, Wallace; and special niece, Lorraine Nelson.

A funeral Mass will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, July 27, at St. Sebastian Catholic Church, 149 Main St., Madison, with the Rev.. Georges Plante officiating. Interment will follow at St. Sebastian Cemetery, Madison.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial contribution may be made to the charity of your choice.

Published in Central Maine on July 26, 2006 
Daigle, Lorraine Doris (I5830)
 
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Married in Portland, New Brunswick, old name for Saint John to Ida Monro on the same day as his sister Amy Jane.

The couples witnessed for each others weddings. Married by W. J. Stewart. New Brunswick Archives RS156 F16248.

Messenger and Visitor reported marriage to Ida S. Ganong at the residence of bride's mother by Rev. Geo. Howard.

1901: also in household is Harry Healy, age 21, listed as son. Ida’s son from a previous marriage?

DR says buried at Kiersterdville, NB 
Flower, Captain Thomas Burpee (I3316)
 
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married Richard B. Olfene 31Aug1952 
Park, Joan Nancy (I1542)
 
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Methyl L. Hutchinson Obituary
Date of Birth:
Saturday, May 26th, 1917
Date of Death:
Tuesday, January 1st, 2008
Funeral Home:
Finley Funeral Home
www.finleyfuneralhome.com
15 Church Street
Livermore Falls, Maine, Maine, UNITED STATES
04254
Obituary:
Winthrop-Methyl L. Hutchinson, 90, passed away Tuesday, January 1st, 2008 at Winthrop Manor where she had been a resident for six years. She was born May 26, 1917 in Lewiston, the daughter of Ronald H. and Iva (Hobbs) Adkins. She married Harry Hutchinson in Portsmouth, NH in November 1935 and resided in East Monmouth for 40 years prior to moving to East Winthrop in 1975. She was predeceased by her husband in March 2002. She is survived by one son, H. Merton Hutchinson and his wife Anita of Port Allen, LA; three daughters, Avis Glidden and her husband George of Monmouth and Apache Jct., AZ, Hazel Pollard of Monmouth and Carolyn Hallowell of Ocala, FL.; nine grandchildren and twenty one great grandchildren. 
Adkins, Methyl Lorine (I4141)
 
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Murray A. Lothrop
Lewiston Sun-Journal
Obituaries | Sunday, October 28, 2007 at 5:00 am

Auburn - Murray A. Lothrop, 71, of Auburn, passed away on Oct. 26, at his home surrounded by his loving family.

He was born in Lewiston on June 2, 1936, the son of Frank and Elizabeth (Wardwell) Lothrop.

He graduated from Edward Little High School in 1955. He married his high school sweetheart, Jacqueline Varney, on Sept. 24, 1955.

He worked for HP Hood, Prudential Insurance and finally retiring from Atlas Supply, of Lewiston.

He was an avid gardener, which he enjoyed sharing with his neighbors and friends.

He was a member of the First Universalist Church of Auburn where he was Cub master for Pack III, member of the board of directors, and also a member of the Men's Club. He was also very active with the Knucklebuster Motor Club where he held offices as president and vice president. Murray knew from experience why it's called Knucklebusters as he enjoyed working on his antique cars, many times hitting his knuckles.

He is survived by his beloved wife of over 52 years, Jackie. Together they raised their four sons, Jeffrey and his wife, Lise, Daniel and his wife, Kathy, both of Auburn, Peter and his wife, Sherri, of Mechanic Falls and Keith and his wife, Debbie, of Oxford; and one daughter, Julie Ann and her husband, Steve London, of Windham; seven grandchildren, Jeremy and his wife, Lisa, Alan and his wife, Maria, Christeena, Cassandra and Brian Lothrop, Kyle and Ashley Welch; great-grandchildren, Alexis and Nicolas; sisters, Penny O' Brien of Poland, Virginia of Massachusetts; brother, Arthur Cass and his wife, Elaine, of Auburn; brothers-in-law, Richard and Barbara Varney of Norway, Bill and Val Varney of Detroit; father-in-law, G. Edward Varney of Auburn; and sister-in-law, Ruth Keeler of Tacoma, Wash.

He was predeceased by an infant son, Murray Jr., in 1961; parents; and mother-in-law, Florence Varney. 
Lothrop, Murray Arthur (I130)
 
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Norman J. LeBlanc
MADISON -- Norman J. LeBlanc, 83, died Monday, July 10, 2006, at Redington-Fairview General Hospital in Skowhegan.

He was born Nov. 14, 1922, in Madison, the son of Maxime Sr. and Emma (O'Brien) LeBlanc.

Norman attended Madison Schools and served in the Army during World War II.

He had worked at several different occupations. For several years he operated a small grocery store at Sugarloaf Mountain and had cooked at a nursing care facility.

He was a member of the Bourque-Lanigan Post No. 5 American Legion of Waterville. Norman enjoyed hunting and fishing and was an avid Red Sox fan.

Norman was predeceased by his wife, Connie (Drake) LeBlanc; his siblings, Alec LeBlanc, Dedus LeBlanc, Anna (LeBlanc) Bolduc, Frank LeBlanc, Arthur LeBlanc, George LeBlanc, Maxime LeBlanc Jr., Eva (LeBlanc) Daigle, and Leo LeBlanc; and a special nephew, Martin LeBlanc.

He is survived by a sister, Rena (LeBlanc) Berry of Madison; and many nieces and nephews.

Visiting will be from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 13, at Giberson Funeral Home, 40 Maple St. in Madison. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Madison. Interment will be in St. Sebastian Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make a memorial contribution to the Disabled American Veterans, Department of Maine, P.O. Box 3415, Building 248, Room 113, VA Medical Center, Togus, ME 04330.

Published in Morning Sentinel on July 12, 2006 
LeBlanc, Norman J. (I5844)
 
39
per “History of Buckfield”. Cyrus and Lucy had only one child. Perhaps Abby and Minnie A are the same person 
Chase, Abby (I3789)
 
40
possibly d 15 Sep 1993
SSN:
004-46-3915 
Woods, Laura G. (I5456)
 
41
Raymond A. Hawkins

Obituaries | Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 5:00 am

AUBURN - Raymond A. Hawkins, 84, of Auburn, died in Auburn Nov. 4.

He was born in Leeds, on June 28, 1924, the son of Fraser and Frances Hawkins. He met Arlene Wallingford while working at her father's farm and thought the farmer's daughter was awful cute. Shortly after he enlisted in the Navy at the age of 17 and before sailing off, he and Arlene were married on Feb. 19, 1944, a marriage that lasted for 64 years.

He served in the Navy as an Aviation Machinists Mate, serving in Cape May, N.J., California, Texas, and the Philippines, and was honorably discharged in 1948.

He attended school in Monmouth and later graduated from the Auburn Maine School of Commerce in 1951 in accounting. He worked at Auburn Motor Sales and Marcotte Chevrolet as comptroller/office manager before starting his own accounting business in 1956.

He and his wife handled accounting and income tax services for countless businesses and individuals, many of whom became good friends. He retired in 1998. His local activities included serving on the Sarah Frye Home Board for 51 years and as their treasurer for 35 years.

He was a corporator for the Auburn Public Library, a member of Maine Association of Professional Accountants, a member of AMVETS Post 6. He was a 32 degree Mason, Tranquil Lodge 29 AM & FM, Kora Temple Shrine, Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, Pine Cone Chapter 26, OES, and Nor'Easter Maine Chapter, M.I. Hummel Club.

He enjoyed fishing trips with his brothers, traveling - especially on many cruises, gardening and yard work. He was 'the great fixer' of all things and loved to 'tinker with anything that needed tinkering'. His laughter, wonderful sense of humor and kindness to all who knew him will be greatly missed.

Survivors include his wife Arlene; daughters, Raylene and husband, David Scott, of Costa Rica, and Rebecca Hawkins and partner, Jayne Ottman, of Jackson Hole, Wyo.; grandsons, Christopher and Matthew Scott; brother, David Hawkins; sisters, Joan Esman and Patricia Morrissette; and many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his parents; sisters, Dorothy Jewell Bendler, Laura Brown Allen and Elaine Spencer; and brothers, Norman and Wilbur Hawkins. 
Hawkins, Raymond A. (I1034)
 
42
Rogers Cemetery - (formerly "Fairview") established in 1837. The largest cemetery in Troy. North from Hales Corner on Rogers Road about 1/2 mile from US202/St Rte 9. On the east side of the road. Well kept. 
Chapman, Honor E. (I2728)
 
43
Some records list as Stella G. 
Atwood, Stella Vivian (I1481)
 
44
WILLIAM L. VARNEY
Obituary


DETROIT -- William L. Varney, 78, died peacefully on Monday, Aug. 13, 2012, at his home in Detroit.

He was born in Lewiston on May 28, 1934, the son of Edward and Florence (Libby) Varney. He owned and operated the Western Auto Store in Pittsfield for several years. He was also employed by Cianbro, Peachey Builders and later retired from Good Will-Hinckley School in 1999 as the superintendent of maintenance.

Bill was the kind of man who would always lend a helping hand to anyone in need. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying both fishing and hunting. He also enjoyed working in his wood shop. He was a great teacher and role model for his family. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and adored Khloe, Scott and Rochelle's dog. Bill was an active member of the Kiwanis for more than 35 years. He was an Eagle Scout and was involved in the Boy Scouts of America for 25 years. He will be lovingly missed and remembered.

He is survived by his loving wife of 44 years, Valerie Varney, of Detroit; children Gale Berry and husband Ed, of Kenosha, Wis., Tina Grady, of Smithfield, N.C., Lori Ring and husband Frank, of Detroit, Dawn Berry and husband Brian of Kent, Wash., Mark Bickford, of Denver, Colo., Glenn Varney and wife Pat, of Pittsfield, and Scott Varney and wife Rochelle, of Pittsfield; 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother Richard Varney and wife Barbara, of South Paris; and sister, Jackie Lothrop, of Auburn.

He was predeceased by his parents; two sons, Grey Varney and Kevin Bickford; and a brother-in-law, Murray Lothrop.

The family will receive friends from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 17, 2012, at Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, 191 Hartland Ave., Pittsfield. A funeral service will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012, at the funeral home with the Rev. Bill Johnson officiating. Interment will follow at Village Cemetery, Peltoma Avenue, Pittsfield. All are welcome to the gathering following the committal service at the Elks Lodge, 140 Middle St., in Pittsfield.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Boy Scouts Troop 428, in care of Rochelle Varney, 151 School St., Pittsfield, ME 04967; or to the Kiwanis of the Greater Pittsfield Area, P.O. Box 254, Pittsfield, ME 04967.

To leave a message of kindness for the family, please visit www.shoreynichols.com.

Care has been provided by Shorey-Nichols Funeral Home, Pittsfield.
Published in Morning Sentinel on August 15, 2012 
Varney, William Libby (I571)
 
45 "Aunt Berth"

Late Birth Registration shows born 1877 
Akerley, Bertha (I2330)
 
46 "Aunt Lizzie" I used to go up and pick blueberries with her in the field where Joyce's house was later built. I tried to pick as fast as I could but never could begin to pick as fast as she did.

1930 Census lists Elizabeth and son, Charles, as Akerley and not Gove. 
Akerley, Elizabeth Pearl (I2173)
 
47 "Bert" (Margaret Johnson's father)

1921: also in household are mother- and father-in-law John and Margaret Smith 
Osborne, Albert Freeman (I2614)
 
48 "Uncle Howard"
We remember his 1939 Buick Coupe Convertible with the rumble seat in the back and later his 1949 Buick. Both always shining.

As a young man he worked in the coal mines in Canada.

Maine Marriages list Howard Ekerley & Courtney Baker married 6/3/1917. Marriage performed at 8 o'clock Sunday morning by Rev. J. True Crosby followed by a wedding breakfast.

Trolley car operator and later a bus driver in the Lewiston area retiring in 1958. 
Akerley, James Howard (I2167)
 
49 #322 Family F2541
 
50 (Minot) Family F31
 

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