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6701 various children other than Mary not recorded. Hamilton, Jessie Mae (I4027)
6702 various records exist of a Capt. Roswell Hamilton, b1832 in Cumberland, d1920. Believed to be an uncle.

Plot: UM-06-10 
Hamilton, Roswell E. (I1434)
6703 various records show middle initial L. Ayotte, Norman Jean (I2220)
6704 Vera was 1st runner up for State of Maine Mother of the Year in 1957.

previously had b Easton, Aroostook County, Maine 
Merrithew, Vera E. (I2777)
6705 Vernice's birth is recorded in Minot as Bernice.

Last residence known by Social Security was Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine.

Plot: lot 1079 
Libby, Vernice Mabel (I610)
6706 Verrill book list death as 1893.

1880: apparently living with (or in building owned by) A.A. Mitchell, possible brother-in-law?

DR says buried at “Oak Hill, Auburn”, however, I found the headstone at Evergreen Cemetery 
Verrill, Jabez B. (I596)
6707 Vesta was from Buckfield, Maine. Fernald, Vesta (I3772)
6708 Veterans’ Administration Facility #80 Noe, Bertha (I5489)
6709 Victoria Public Hospital Chapman, Paul Roy (I2806)
6710 Victoria St. Baptist Church Family F2339
6711 Virginia F. Briggs
Virginia F. Briggs, 80, formerly of Manchester, passed away in Jacksonville, FL on Tuesday (April 9, 2002). She was employed for many years as a medical technician and was also a coordinator for Meals on Wheels in Manchester. She was a longtime member of South United Methodist Church and past president of the Women's Society. Committed to social justice, she was deeply involved in the Civil Rights Movement and a member of Manchester Interfaith Social Action Committee (MISAC). Though housebound in her recent years, she continued her work in the things she believed in by knitting layettes for the babies at Wolfson's Children's Hospital in Jacksonville, Fl. The widow of Walker W. Briggs, Jr., she leaves three daughters, Cynthia W. Briggs of South Fallsburg, NY, Margaret B. Smith and her husband Christopher of Barkhamsted, and Melissa B. Kelly and her husband Jim of Jacksonville, FL, with whom she made her home; a sister, Cynthia Fisher of Shrewsbury, MA; four loving grandchildren, Geoffrey, Abigail and Alexander Smith, and Christina Barlow; a great granddaughter, Katherine Barlow; many nieces and nephews; and Serendipity. Memorial services will be announced at a later date and burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to UNICEF or Wolfson's Children's Hospital. Arrangements by Town & Country Funeral Home.

Published in The Hartford Courant on Apr. 10, 2002
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Fisher, Virginia Fay (I5388)
6712 Vivian Lucille (Libby) Ireland
Bangor Daily News
Posted June 26, 2014, at 3:39 p.m.

BANGOR – Vivian Lucille (Libby) of Zephyrhills, Fla., and Smithfield, ME died Sunday, June 22, 2014 with both sons at her side at a Bangor health care facility.
She was born Nov. 6, 1926, in Norridgewock, ME, to Arnold and Hazel Libby.
She graduated from Besse High School in Albion, ME in 1945. She married Lloyd A. Ireland on July 29, 1945.
In 1950, she and Lloyd moved to Pennsylvania where they started a family. After 10 years, the decision to return to Maine was prompted by the terminal illness of her father. They bought her parents’ family business, the Sunbeam Market and Roller Rink in Smithfield, operating the rink for nearly 20 years. She served the community of Smithfield for several years as Town Clerk. Following their retirement, they wintered in Zephyrhills, returning to Smithfield each spring. Vivian actively supported her husband in his nearly 40 years as a Kora Temple Shriner, making many lifelong friends along the way. Her many talents and hobbies included stained glass work, calligraphy, and sewing. Cooking and entertaining for family and friends was an important and enjoyable part of her life.
She is survived by her two sons, L. Douglas and his wife, Susan, of Hillsborough, NH, and Gregory and his wife, Maureen, of Bangor; five grandchildren, Casey Forest of Orange, MA, Connor Ireland and Carly Ireland of Hillsborough, NH, Erika Griffin and Gregory Ireland II of Bangor; four great-grandchildren, Zane Reid of Mass., Kate, Marin, and Brendan Griffin of Bangor; a sister, Dana Ruark; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her husband; parents; and brothers, Donald and Laforest.
Please join us at a memorial service to be held 1 p.m. Sunday, July 20, at the Federated Church of Skowhegan, ME. Committal services will take place at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Augusta, ME. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children, 516 Carew St., Springfield, MA 01104-2396, or to a charity of choice. Arrangements by Greenlawn Memorial Funeral Home of Bangor. 
Libby, Vivian Lucille (I2751)
6713 Walker W. or W. Walker Briggs

World War I Draft Registration Card shows Walker Walter Briggs born May 7, 1881. 
Briggs, Walker Walter (I5143)
6714 Wallace "Wally" Daigle

Wallace "Wally" Daigle
1928 - 2017
MADISON - Wallace "Wally" Daigle, 88, of Madison , passed away on May 6, 2017, at Maplercrest Rehabilitation and Living Center in Madison.
Wally was born on Oct. 31, 1928, in Madison, the youngest of eleven children born to Cletus and Eva May (Bernier) Daigle. He was educated in the local schools and graduated from Madison High School.
He liked listening to the Red Sox and the Patriots on the radio. He enjoyed old music and small stores for his shopping needs. He was an avid reader, liked the news and world history.
Wally was a gentle man with a kind soul, he was well like and had many good friends.
He was predeceased by both of his parents, Cletus and Eva May Daigle; as well as all of his siblings, Archie Daigle, Arthur Daigle, Lester Daigle, Earle Daigle, Harris Daigle, Irene Constantine, Elsie Hall, Frances Corson, Louise Arris and Lorraine Bearor.
Wallace is survived by many nieces and nephews and several good friends.
A graveside service will be held on May 24, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. in St. Sebastian Cemetery.

Published in Central Maine on May 18, 2017 
Daigle, Wallace (I5832)
ANSON - Walter D. "Tubby" Cowan, 84, died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, in Starks. He was born June 23, 1929, in Madison to Howard Gilmore and Arline (Davis) Cowan. Walter grew up in the Madison/Anson area. He was married on May 24, 1947, in Madison to Josephine M. Daigle. Walter worked as a mechanic at the Madison Paper Mill for a number of years, retiring in 1991. After retiring he worked a few years as a greeter for Walmart. He was a member of the VFW Men's Auxiliary in Madison. He had served on the Madison/Anson Sanitary Board and was a former member of the Kiwanis. He enjoyed spending time with family, hunting, fishing, camping, football, girls soft ball, playing cards and telling stories. And he kept busy picking fiddleheads, strawberries and bottles.
Walter was predeceased by his parents; wife of 57 years, Josephine M. (Daigle) Cowan; a grandson Larry Dawes; his brothers, Linwood "Peanut," Howard Jr. "Squirt" and Norman "Juggy" Cowan; his sisters Helen "Dee-Dee" McCormick and Marsha Daggett.
He is survived by two sons -- Gary R. Cowan and his wife, Peggy, of Madison, and Dana W. Cowan and his wife, Sally, of Smithfield; two daughters, Pamela A. Elias and her husband, George, of Madison, and Jillane M. Hebert and her husband, David, of Douglasville, Ga.; six grandchildren, Edward, Lisa, Gary II, Tony, Andrea and Angela; 10 great-grandchildren, Brittney, Ciara, Kyle, Kaitlyn, Nickolas, Gracie, Devon, MacKenzie-Lee, Jonathan and Jorja; his brother, Edward Cowan, of Starks; his sister, Florice "Bucky" Harlow, of Skowhegan; several nieces, nephews and many special friends. He was also expecting his first great-great-grandchild in November.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m., on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at St. Sebastian Catholic Church in Madison. Interment will be in St. Sebastian Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to the Men's Auxiliary-VFW Post 7865, P.O. Box 67, 58 Preble Ave., Madison, ME 04950.
Cremation and service arrangements are by Giberson Funeral Home, 40 Maple St, Madison.
Published in Morning Sentinel on Sept. 23, 2013 
Cowan, Walter Davis (I5804)
6716 War of 1812
Last name spelled Randlett in Sesquicentennial 
Ranlett, Capt. Samuel (I4380)
6717 War of 1812 Hodgkins, Ebenezer (I839)
6718 War of 1812 Shaw, Amos (I3703)
6719 War of 1812 Chase, Daniel Bond Esq. (I3745)
6720 War of 1812 and later was colonel of the militia. Mower, Jabez (I4367)
6721 War of 1812, taken prisoner by the English and put in prison, where he died. Parker, Edward (I5168)
6722 Ward 1 Longley, Josiah Payne (I5365)
6723 Ward 1 Farmer, Fleda M. (I5366)
6724 Ward 1 Longley, Virginia A. (I5367)
6725 Ward 1 -- age 1 month Longley, Josiah P. Jr (I5368)
6726 Ward 12 Longley, Burton L. (I5066)
6727 Ward 12 Little, Minnie E. (I5069)
6728 Ward 12 Little, Minnie E. (I5069)
6729 Ward 12 Longley, Burton L. (I5066)
6730 Ward 14 Longley, Nellie M. (I5047)
6731 Ward 14 Moody, Edith Evelyn (I5050)
6732 Ward 14 Bishop, Joseph Lane (I5261)
6733 Ward 16 Grapham, Mary S. (I1517)
6734 Ward 16 Atwood, Alice M. (I1519)
6735 Ward 16 Martin, William D. (I2044)
6736 Ward 16 Martin, Dorothy Olie (I2045)
6737 Ward 16 Martin, Norma Alice (I2046)
6738 Ward 19 Atwood, Alice M. (I1519)
6739 Ward 19 Grapham, Mary S. (I1517)
6740 Ward 19 Martin, William D. (I2044)
6741 Ward 19 Martin, Dorothy Olie (I2045)
6742 Ward 19 Martin, Norma Alice (I2046)
6743 Ward 2 Atwood, Ephraim A. (I1405)
6744 Ward 2 ???, Caroline L. (I1487)
6745 Ward 2 Atwood, Carille W. (I1488)
6746 Ward 21 Grapham, Mary S. (I1517)
6747 Ward 21 Atwood, Sydney Watson (I1518)
6748 Ward 21 Martin, William D. (I2044)
6749 Ward 21 Atwood, Alice M. (I1519)
6750 Ward 23 Boothby, Hon. Roswell C. (I707)

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