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Hunt, Ernest Leroy (I1678)
Susan L. Frankhauser
1961 - 2016

AUBURN - Susan L. Frankhauser, 55, a resident of Monmouth, died peacefully on Wed. August 10, 2016, at Hospice House in Auburn after a long battle with cancer, with her son by her side. She was born April 26, 1961, in Dayton, Ohio, the daughter of Wayne Frankhauser, Sr. and the late Nancy Butcher Frankhauser.
She attended Monmouth schools and graduated from Monmouth Academy in 1979. She then attended the Auburn Maine School of Commerce. Susan had a career with Maine DHHS, retiring recently due to ill health. She was an avid crafter and quilter.
Susan is survived by her son, Nicklaos Mocciola, of Monmouth; her father, Wayne Frankhauser, Sr. of Lewiston; her brother, Wayne Frankhauser, Jr. and his wife, Suzanne, of Pittston; a nephew, Kevin Frankhauser and a niece, Erin Frankhauser, both of Pittston. She was predeceased by her mother, Nancy Frankhauser.
At Susan's request, there will be no services. A family gathering to celebrate her life will be held at a later date. Arrangements under the care of BRAGDON-FINLEY FUNERAL HOME, 707 Main Street, Monmouth, Maine. Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at: 
Frankhauser, Susan Lee (I397)
Wife Irene Eldora (Doris) Bonnar. Married 1 Sep 1920, Fredericton NB. Three children. Later divorced. Children Roberta, Mona, and Willard. 
Flower, Frederick Miles (I3425)

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.

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

Late Birth Registration shows born 1877 
Akerley, Bertha (I2330)
56 "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)
57 "Bert" (Margaret Johnson's father)

1921: also in household are mother- and father-in-law John and Margaret Smith 
Osborne, Albert Freeman (I2614)
58 "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)
59 #322 Family F2541
60 (Minot) Family F31
61 (MOORE in Charlton vital records)

Revolutionary War: John Mower served in the Rhode Island campaign, stationed at Tiverton RI. He enlisted at Charlton MA in Capt. Samuel Lamb’s Co., Col. Nathaniel Wade’s Regiment, 29Apr1778

See History of Androscoggin County by Georgia Drew Merrill, chapter 28, p 513 
Mower, John (I4354)
62 0y 2m 6d Gilmore, Laura Ann (I5651)
63 0y 5m 6d Cowan, Francis A. (I6166)
64 0y 8m 24d Cowan, Blanche Margaret (I6165)
65 1 Apr 1778 - Private in Capt Preble's Co.-Col. J. Gerrish's Reg.

Mass State Troops-Member 3rd Militia in Kittery 
Hill, Elinor (I629)
66 1 North ?Parkman? street Cowan, Howard Gilmore (I5803)
67 1 North ?Parkman? street Cowan, Olive M. (I5850)
68 1 North ?Parkman? street Cowan, Cyrus Norman (I5833)
69 1 North ?Parkman? street Gilmore, Clara Ella (I5834)
70 1 North ?Parkman? street Cowan, Bertha Evelyn (I5849)
71 1 yr 6 mo 5 d Chase, Amanda (I6087)
72 10 days Akerley, Gard Colon (I2320)
73 10 Dec 1824 - Married Joanna Bonney, Bridgewater, Massachusetts

Desendant of Elizabeth Hodgkins born about 1617. Is this Elizabeth Hodgkins born 1618.

1880 census lists Galen Willis 2nd nearby, probably son.

1860 census: lists married to Joanna, age 55, and Galen, age 17, assumed son. 
Willis, Galen (I1431)
74 10 Jan 1927 New Brunswick Archives Marriage Records 1776 F19691 Family F1660
75 10 months Parker, John L. (I5679)
76 10/19 Mansfield, Cora Luetta (I1447)
77 107-26-4626 issued in New York shows date of birth June 29, 1893 Hayes, Mabel (I2656)
78 10th child

possibly aka Job 
Bishop, Joab (I5276)
79 10th child; listed as Nancy P. Batchelder, Nancy Maria (I5858)
80 10y 5m 4d Chase, Eunice (I3697)
81 11Jun1766 - He obtained the grant of lot of land No. 17 in the Pond town plantation (Winthrop).

Resided in Winthrop, Maine.

He was the first inn-keeper in Winthrop, and for several years the town meetings, beginning with that of organization, were held in his home. 
Bishop, Squire (I4830)
82 11m Atwood, Hannah R. (I5765)
83 11y 10m 2d Rackley, Verna Merrilla (I5137)
84 12496 Hwy 15 or James Monroe Hwy?Lucketts, Virginia
near intersection with Sweetspring Lane
From, Lucketts, go 3 miles north on US Highway 15, the cemetery is on the right side of the road next to the church. 
Emmons, Charles Briggs Jr. (I196)
85 12Sep1885 - John Gowell sold three acres for $175 to Clarence Atwood per Androscoggin County Record Book 118, page 353. Atwood, Clarence I. (I102)
86 13 children: William, Caroline, James, Charles, Julia, Silas, Betsey, Alvin, Jospehine, Clarinda, Everett, Wallace, and Daniel Lindsey, Daniel (I6090)
87 13 Jul 1894 Their marriage certificate in file. New Brunswick Archives
20 Dec 1883 Marriage was registered per New Brunswick Archives. 
Family F774
88 13Apr1882 per SSACI Sypher, Ernest George (I2564)
89 13y 3m 28d Atwood, Nelson John (I1522)
90 13y11m24d Cowan, Laura Mildred (I5852)
91 13y7m14d - scarlet fever Rackley, Burton E. (I5136)
92 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1546
93 15 Apr 1859 - Charles purchased half interest for $800 in land and buildings from Ebenezer D. Hodgkins formerly owned by Nathan Haskell and previously by Jacob Stevens. Androscoggin County Record Book 24, page 204.

20 Sep 1860 - Charles, Ebenezer and Justin Hodgkins purchased a farm previously owned by Thomas B. Little situated in Auburn near the Village at Lewiston Falls known as the Merrill Farm. 140 acres plus or minus. Book 26, page 387.

23 May 1863 - Charles sold half interest in property purchased in Book 24, page 204 back to Ebenezer Hodgkins for $400. Recorded in Book 32, page 429.

Need confirmation that the person listed in the 1850 census is him. Alternate source of parents’ names?

1860 census: Charles and Lura living at E. D Hodgkins farm he is listed as farm laborer. 
Wills, Charles Harry (I577)
94 150 Forest Street
Sprague, Ralph (I4567)
95 156 F16248 Family F2295
96 15Dec1887: married Malvina A. Weare Howlett, Clarence Mower (I5465)
97 15y 5m 4d Atwood, Asa L. (I5720)
98 15y10m per gravestone Hodgkins, Elmira Bailey (I852)
99 16y Atwood, George A. (I818)
100 16y 1m 16d Davis, Tilden (I6190)

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