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6701 Spar (?) Road Atwood, Stanley N. (I1520)
6702 spelled Arias Arras, Patrick Jordan (I1991)
6703 spelled Carlyle Lincoln, Carlisle Austin (I5285)
6704 spelled Russel on BR

Plot: Block 9, Lot 15, Grave 4E

1870: married to Rosetta M. Also in household are Carlos, 21; Ella, 15; Emma, 13; Frederick, 10; Clara, 8; Mary, 3 (5?); Frank, 2.
1880: also in household are Eda, 21; Fred, 20; Clara, 18; Mary, 13; Frank, 12; Rosa, 8.

1910: under “married”, marked “M3”, and Mary is marked “M2”, suggesting his third mariage and her second. Says they have been married to each other for 33 years. 
French, Russell Walter (I4974)
6705 spelled “Marcia” in 1940 census Cowan, Marsha (I5810)
6706 spelling appears to be Leeroy, not Leroy

per headstone married to Mary Louise, b1920-d1980

CT death index says spouse name “Loui” 
Chapman, Leeroy Ira (I3589)
6707 Spinal meningitis Akerley, Ruby May (I2175)
6708 SS - month & year Atwood, Kimball Chase Jr. (I1389)
6709 SS Death Index says d 15 Sep 1919 Chapman, Donald Charles (I3239)
6710 SS does not provide day Burtchell, Mable Alice (I2664)
6711 SS gives only month, year Libby, Charles E. (I2655)
6712 SS last residence North Bergen, NJ Thayer, Verna Priscilla (I331)
6713 SS lists Carroll, NH Chapman, Ruby P. (I2694)
6714 SS says 25May1887 Moody, Edith Evelyn (I5050)
6715 SS says Winthrop Moulton, William Thomas (I747)
6716 SS suggests multiple marriages:
Lois Mary Groves
[Lois Mary Oswalt] 
[Lois Palmer] 
[Lois Mary Eccles]  
Eccles, Lois Mary (I149)
6717 SSACI says Auburn Austin, Betty (I4053)
6718 SSDI and California DI indicate married name Radovich Brenk, Barbara (I698)
6719 SSDI for month and year only Briggs, Julia Adelaide (I5145)
6720 SSDI lists birth data as 2May1910

possible obit per FaG:

Julia B. Whitten, 84, of State Rte. 104 West, Fruit Valley, died Saturday, May 28, at Oswego Hospital. She was born in Lewiston, Maine, and was a graduate of Leweston schools and Bates College, Class of 1932 Mrs. Whitten taught at Kents Hill School in Maine for four years. She had lived in Oswego since 1948. She taught English at Hannibal Central Schools from 1955 to 1965. She was a member of West Baptist Church, Oswego, the PEO Sisterhood, the Winter club, and the Oswego Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Whitten was a former member of the American Association of University Women and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program. She served on the board of the Ladies'Home,
Oswego. Mrs. Whitten was an avid gardener, Her husband, Norman E. Whitten, a professor of anthropology at the State University College at Oswego, died in 1986. Surviving are her son, a sister, several nieces and nephews; and several grandnieces and grandnephews. Burial was in Rural Cemetery, Oswego

June 2 1994 Oswego Valley News 
Briggs, Julia Adelaide (I5145)
6721 SSDI says 13Oct1883 Whittier, Clara Augusta (I6106)
6722 SSDI says 29Jun1893 Hayes, Mabel (I2656)
6723 SSDI says d Apr1985 Ricker, Eleanor Gertrude (I2200)
6724 SSGT US Air Force Millett, Gordon Elroy (I3822)
6725 SSN application suggests died after Aug1938

Mason membership card says b 12Sep1870 
Howlett, Charles Albert Skinner (I5468)
6726 St. John Telegraph-Journal / Fredericton Daiy Gleaner

BASTIN, RACHEL M. The death occurred peacefully on Saturday February 24, 2007 of Rachel M. Bastin of Fredericton, wife of the late Vernon C. Bastin. Born in Saint John on February 1, 1912, she was the only child of the late Walter T. and Estella (Flower) McBay and was a graduate of the Provincial Normal School in the class of 1930. Her faith and her family were central in Rae's life. She was a constant source of love and strength for the several generations of her immediate and extended family whose lives she touched. Rae and Vern lived in Fredericton and Edmundston; over the years, she was active in the life and work of Brunswick St. Baptist Church in Fredericton and St. Paul's United Church in Edmundston, and in the IODE and King's Daughters. Surviving are her daughter, Mary Bastin; and son, George (Elizabeth) Bastin of Fredericton; her grandson, Geoff (Tiffany) Bastin of Fredericton; her granddaughter, Martha (John) McClelland of Thunder Bay, Ontario; and her four great-granddaughters, Alia and Annika Bastin and Sarah and Hannah McClelland. Following cremation, a memorial service will be held in the Chapel at McAdam's Select Community Funeral Home, 160 York St., Fredericton on Tuesday, February 27th, 2007 at 2:00 PM with Rev. Ralph Irving officiating. A reception will take place in the adjoining room immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, and for those who wish, memorial tributes may be made to Brunswick St. Baptist Church, the Fredericton Emergency Shelter or a charity of the donor's choice. 
McBay, Rachel Matilda (I2528)
6727 Staff Sergeant Davidson was a member of the 5th Special Forces Group. On October 5, 1970, he was a member of a reconnaissance patrol operating about 12 miles inside Laos west of Ta Bat. The patrol was attacked by a hostile force and Staff Sergeant Davidson was killed. His remains were not recovered. His name is inscribed on the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial. Davidson, David Arthur (I411)
6728 Stanwood married Core E. Pottle 18Nov1919, so possibly Helen died before that date. Childs, Helen Sidney (I1374)
6729 State Road near Jay Hill Philbrick, Charles Lucian (I4177)
6730 Stella

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, newspaper article marriage information stated married by Rev. Allan N. McEvoy. The bride was given away by her husband's brother, Horace C. Brittain.

1923 - Saint John City Directory lists Stella as a clerk at G. R. Wetmore. Living 175 Adelaide Street. 
Akerley, Estelle Victoria (I2170)
6731 Steward or Stuert Stewart, Robert (I1603)
6732 Stillborn Barrett, Kenneth James (I3027)
6733 Stillborn Barrett, Kenneth James (I3027)
6734 stillborn Wilcox, Lucille Reed (I6141)
6735 Stillborn child 29Oct1915 Family F2664
6736 stone lying on ground in FaG phoo Gilmore, Mary (I5652)
6737 stone says “1752” Barrows, Sarah (I4351)
6738 Stories from Aunt Wilma include how she and Wallace used to crawl under the steps of the drugstore and find coins dropped by people coming out of the store. - Shortly after her father died she and Wallace were in the drugstore each eating an ice cream cone when the welfare lady came in and asked them, "Where did you get the money to buy those ice creams?" She said that comment did it for their mother and she didn't want any more money from the state. - She told of one time when her mother took her to spend time with the "boys" and her grandfather with whom she lived was so lonesome for her that he asked her grandmother to put the highchair out of sight. - One time she was picking potatoes, one at a time, out of a frying pan on her grandmother's kitchen stove. Her grandmother spoke to her about this but Aunt Wilma "didn't hear her". She picked out one more piece of potato with her fingers. Then her grandfather spoke and said, "Wilma, listen to your grandmother." She said that was enough. It was the only thing he said but she knew he was serious. It was the only time he was ever cross with her. - Another story is of the day she ran home from school to tell her mother the good news that she had been named Valedictorian. Her mother said, "Oh, I was hoping Wallace would get that." -

27 Aug 2002 - Aunt Wilma said she weighed 5 pounds at birth and was not expected to live.

6 Jan 2003 - She said because she was not expected to live she was not given a middle name. 
Reed, Wilma (I3804)
6739 Stroke Sprague, Etta Maude (I3325)
6740 Student at Kent's Hill and teacher in Leeds schools. Bishop, Marion Turner (I4847)
6741 suffocated when coal mine caved in. Akerley, William Duncan (I2329)
6742 suggested by MA death index Cowan, Cyrus Norman (I5833)
6743 suggested by Sesquicentennial Stevens, William (I5012)
6744 supported by census data  Hodsdon, Sarah J. (I4898)
6745 Supposed buried in ... Varrell, Samuel (I623)
6746 Survived by one son, two daughters and seven grandchildren. McMann, Harold Roy (I3472)
6747 Survived by two brothers, Fred of Easton, Maine and Merle of Lynn, MA. and a sister, Winifred, Mrs. Duane Libby of South Portland, Maine.

Married first to John Cyrenus Strout in Auburn, Androscoggin County, Maine, 30 June 1920. 
Henderson, Ruth Mabel (I2254)
6748 Survivors include wife, Joan Carole Wicker Stockes; children, Sharon Leigh Stockes Lomax, Renee Dawn Stockes, & Raymond Allen Stockes; brothers, Charles William Stockes & George F. Stockes II; sister, Winifred R. Kidd. He was preceded in death by a sister, Florence E. Davis. Interment followed funeral services conducted at the Church, Monday, September 4, 2006. Stockes, Raymond Joshua Jr. (I297)
6749 Susan Baker, age 78, living with Howard Akerley in 1920. Listed as Howard’s grandmother, so presumably Emery’s mother. Baker, Emery N. (I2456)
6750 Svend?

1930:also in household is daughter Betty Ann, age 1 month
1940: als i household Betty 10, William G, 1 
Mortensen, Svend A. (I3229)

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