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7101 probably New Valley Cemetery Parker, Jennie A. (I5202)
7102 probably North Auburn Cemetery Wilcox, Lucille Reed (I6141)
7103 probably Okanogan County, Washington Gallagher, Natalie (I5349)
7104 probably Peak’s Island Reed, Joseph (I6067)
7105 probably Portsmouth, NH Fehr, Nancy Lindsay (I3734)
7106 probably Turner Cushman, Sarah (I6061)
7107 probably typo or misread headstone Rackley, Benjamin (I5113)
7108 probably wrong; see children’s BR Hale, Elizabeth (I4746)
7109 probably Yarmouth Family F509
7110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5420)
7111 probably:
married Ammi C. Gilbert 16Jan1886
lived in Turner 1900-1930
1940 living in Fayette with son James
d. 1940
buried Turner Centreville Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 69151436 
Gilmore, Mary Etta (I5403)
7112 probably:
married Malcolm H Tweedie 14 Jun 1930 
Ricker, Lottie Mae (I6246)
two “Tilden Davis”. One died young, but seems unlikely that second Tilden was also son of Isaac F; probably a grandson 
Davis, Tilden (I6190)
7114 proposal Family F665
7115 pssibly married Jesse Plummer, 1792 — but there. are lots of Abigail Yeatons Yeaton, Abigail (I1794)
7116 Published in The Hartford Courant on July 15, 2010

BARLOW, Francis E. Francis E. Barlow, 94, of Manchester, passed away on Monday, (July 12, 2010). Francis was predeceased in 1994 by his beloved Osee Rock Barlow, with whom he shared 55 years of marriage. His great joy was his family: Alyce Barlow of Manchester, David and Jean Barlow, of Hockessin, Del., Malcolm and Susan Barlow of Manchester, Thomas and Annette Barlow of Manchester, Daniel and Diana Barlow of Bristol, Kathleen and Donald Wilby of Manchester, fourteen grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, and cousins, and his younger sister, Alice Caywood and her late husband, Bill, of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Francis's parents, Clarence and Margaret (Flavell) Barlow, raised their family of three children on Hamlin Street in Manchester. Both Francis and his late brother, Malcolm W. Barlow, helped out at Clarence's garage on Downtown Main Street. The family attended South Methodist Church. After graduating from Manchester High School in 1934, Francis went to school for radio and television repair. He operated Barlow's TV from 1951 to 1985, which was located in Buckland for many years. Francis owned and flew small aircraft, and he and Osee were avid square-dancers. He was a Red Sox fan, and followed the games on TV at Salmon Brook nursing home in Glastonbury, where he lived for the last 14 years, and where he especially appreciated his friend George Sercombe. Calling hours are Friday, July 16, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at South United Methodist Church, 1226 Main Street, Manchester; followed by the funeral service there at 10:30 a.m. Burial will follow in the East Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to MARC, 352R W. Middle Tpk., Manchester, CT 06040; Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 20 Batterson Park Rd., 3rd floor, Farmington, CT 06032; or the Manchester Land Conservation Trust, 20 Hartford Rd., Manchester, CT. Watkins Funeral Home, Manchester has care of the arrangements. To sign the online guestbook please visit - See more at: 
Barlow, Francis Ernest (I929)
7117 pulmonary tuberculosis Libby, Gladys Alberta (I646)
7118 pupil at Good Will Home (now Good Will - Hinckley School) Hunt, Pitman Willis (I1675)
7119 pupil at Maine School for the Deaf and Dumb Fogg, Elmer Donnell (I5455)
7120 PVT US Army Dudley, Fred Frenton (I1656)
7121 Pvt, Col Foster’s Regiment, Revolutionary War Cleaves, Ebenezer (I2107)
7122 Pvt. Pike’s Regiment, Rev. War

Last name spelled Yeatton on gravestone.

Possibly aka Samuel Yeaton, Jr. per MR

Birth shown also as 1741 in Cape Elizabeth, Maine 
Yeaton, Stephen (I123)
7123 QM2 US Navy

Catholic cemetery, but headstone shows a Star of David, so assume either he or his second wife was Jewish. 
Dudley, Franklyn Boyd (I2610)
7124 Quentin and Regina had set of twins die at birth. Libby, Quentin Allen (I2743)
7125 Rachel and her sister, Hannah married brothers.

Married by Isa Wallace, Baptist minister and marriage witnessed by Susan Flower, George W. Hoben. Walter S. Bustin and Charles E. Flower.

listed in census as Welsh descent

Grave stone shows age 57 years 4 months at death.

25Jul1894 - Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers Vol. 95 (Messenger and Visitor, Saint John) shows died evening July 13, Elizabeth Flowers wife of James Flowers, age 57 years, left husband, three sons and five daughters. 
Williams, Rachel (I3315)
7126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3490)
7127 Rachel Bastin said Helen and Agnes were twins. McMann, Agnes Gertrude (I3489)
7128 Rainsford

Per signature on WW! draft card, using “Ransford”


likely maried Leah Collins 19Oct1918. Living in Blaine, ME at home of Samuel Collins in 1920 
Burtchell, Ransford (I2665)
7129 Raul, Ruel, Reuel

gravestone says Reuel

1880: also in household are children Lewis, Carrie, Elmer, Albert, Perley, and Earnest. Lewis is 16, suggesting marriage around 1864

parent’s possiblt William Wills and Hulda Katon, per Mom’s notes 
Wills, Reuel (I6083)
7130 Raymond A. Hawkins

Sun Journal -
November 6, 2008

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)
7131 Raymond W. Whiting Sr. per headstone Whiting, William Raymond (I1658)
7132 Rebecca Burtchell of Provincetown, formerly of North Attleboro
Oct 26, 2005

BURTCHELL - Rebecca unexpectedly on October 22, 2005 at the age of 40. Partner of 8 years of Margaret Potts with whom she resided. Daughter of Susan M. Hinski, executive director of the Plainville Council on Aging, of Plainville and Wayne C. Burtchell of Pawtucket. Sister of Christopher Burtchell of North Attleboro and Eric Burtchell of Pawtucket. Loving Aunt of Corrin Burtchell, Ryan Burtchell, Cody Burtchell and Emma Whittaker. Paternal granddaughter of Merle and Claire (Godbout) Burtchell of North Attleboro. Maternal granddaughter of the late George "Bud" and Margaret (Hill) Fisher. Residence: Franklin Street, Provincetown; formerly of North Attleboro. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend a Celebration and Reflection of Her Life on Friday, October 28, 2005 at 11:00 AM at Murray Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 North Main Street - Route 152, Attleboro with the Rev. Sandra D. Fitz-Henry, officiating. Burial will be private. Following services an invitation will be extended to join the family for a time of refreshment and fellowship. A beachfront gathering and memorial service will also be held in Provincetown at a location and on a date to be announced. Visitation has been respectfully omitted. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Rebecca's name may be made to the H.O.W. - Helping Our Women, P.O. Box 1376, Provincetown, MA 02657. To send the family an expression of sympathy, please visit our on-line register book at Arrangements are under the direction of the DYER-LAKE FUNERAL HOME, 161 Commonwealth Avenue, Village of Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro (508) 695-0200 
Burtchell, Rebecca (I3107)
7133 record damaged/illegible Longley, Jonathan (I6070)
7134 record filed 5/1/42 Wallingford, Julia (I960)
7135 record filed 7/9/40 by Mrs. Allen MacDougal Everett, Ferne Elizabeth (I2718)
7136 record found of death of Eugene T. Mower, 19dec1906, age 4 days, son of E T Mower (of MAine) and Frances Grady (of Illinpis), in Seattle WA.

Did they have a second son and re-use the name?

Child on 1910 census is listed as 2 years old, born in California. 1920, age 11, b. California. 1930, b. CA. 
Mower, Eugene T. Jr. (I5418)
7137 record illegible, assume died before birth of second son. Longley, Jonathan (I6070)
7138 record shows intentions but not marriage data Family F229

Posted Mar 17, 2016 at 12:01 AM
Updated Mar 23, 2016 at 11:27 AM

Frank Thomas Johnson
April 4, 1923 - March 11, 2016
Frank Thomas Johnson, 92, was born in Denver, Colorado to Paul and Helen Johnson. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. Frank was a WWII Army Air Forces Veteran. He was a prominent Stockton businessman and co-owner of Bravo & McKeegan Mens’ Clothing Store for over 35 years. Also, he was active in community affairs including Elks Club, School Board Member, Stockton Downtown Business Association, and Boy Scouts of America.
He is survived by his lovely wife of 70 years, La Verne Bravo Johnson; four children — Tom, Bill, Jim, and Lani; eight grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.
Funeral Service will be held at DeYoung Memorial Chapel, 601 North California Street, Stockton, CA 95202 on Friday, March 18, 2016 at 1:00 PM to honor his memory. Committal will be private. 
Johnson, Frank Thomas (I143)

Posted May 5, 2016 at 12:01 AM

La Verne Johnson
May 23, 1925 - April 29, 2016
La Verne Bravo Johnson, 90, was born in Stockton, California to Edward & Gertrude Bravo. She passed away on April 29, 2016. A loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and devoted wife of 70 years, she was preceded in death by her husband Frank Johnson (co-owner of Bravo & McKeegan). La Verne was born and raised in Stockton where she graduated from Stockton High School. In her teens she attended Reno Flight School and received her pilot’s license at the beginning of World War II.
During the war she met young Army cadet Frank Johnson at the Stockton cadets club sponsored by her father. They fell in love and married in October of 1945, just following V-J Day. They both attended Stanford University where she earned her degree in journalism. She went on to write children’s stories based on her children, which led to the publication of Night Noises in 1968.
She is survived by her 3 sons- Tom (Donna), Bill (Peggy) and Jim (Kim) Johnson and daughter Lani (Jim) Rose. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren & 5 great-grandchildren.

A small gathering will be held on May 6, 2016 from 11 am to1 pm at DeYoung Memorial Chapel, 601 N California St., Stockton, CA. Committal will be private. 
Bravo, LaVerne (I40)
7141 records from both New Gloucester and Pejepscot Family F66
7142 records of her sailing form Japan to San Francisco on an Army transport ship, 28May1949 Sprague, Martha Margaret (I6050)
7143 Red headed and curls Akerley, Ruby May (I2175)
7144 Reddington-Fairview Hospital Nightingale, Lloyd Melburn (I2734)
7145 referred to as Captain on wife’s death record

1870: also in household are wife Caroline, daughter Rose E., daughter Ruth A., and son William S.


Pine Grove Cemetery
Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
PLOT Plot-F,Lot-87,
MEMORIAL ID 33722196 
Mitchell, William H. (I3948)
7146 referred to as Deacon on DR

FaG lists several children, but Mary Clark is not among them, perhaps because she is not buried in Limington with the rest of the family. However she does appear on the 1860 census, age 32

1860 census children:
Mary C.
Joshua W.
Rebecca A.
Oliver F.
Franklin Y.

FaG children:
Rebecca A. -1869
Oliver F. -1863
Elvira 1827-1854
Edward P. 1834-1836 died age 2
Joshua W. 1836-1912
Franklin Y. 1843-1863 
Small, Joshua (I4269)
7147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2788)
7148 referred to as Susan M. (Fisher) Hinski in Christopher’s obit Hinski, Susan M. (I3106)
7149 Referred to as “Lydia”, as well as Elizabeth, in Douglas Genealogy Estes, Elizabeth (I5252)
7150 Referred to as “Mrs Hill” in Mower book, suggesting a previous marriage.

FaG says previously married to John Howard Hill

Possibly Capt John H Hill of Glover, Vermont (1804–1855) 
Fuller, Phillinda (I4959)

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