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7101 Waterville Morning Sentinel
Sarah E. Nightingale

SKOWHEGAN -- Sarah E. Nightingale, 78, of Stevens Road, died Thursday, May 8, 2008, at Cedar Ridge Health Care Center.

She was born in Canaan on June 20, 1929, a daughter of C. Deane and Sadie Nason Salisbury. Sarah attended school in Canaan and graduated from Skowhegan High School and Bea's School of Beauty Culture. She also worked as a dental assistant for Dr. Derbyshire before she was married. She was a homemaker and a 64-year member of the Grange, first the Canaan Grange and then transferring to the Skowhegan Grange. Sarah enjoyed cooking and won many ribbons for her home-cooked food at the Skowhegan Fair. In her younger years she enjoyed knitting and playing cards. She loved music and entertaining company.

She is survived by her husband, Lloyd, of Skowhegan; a daughter, Rebecca Nightingale of West Warwick, R.I.; two sons, Carroll and his wife, Colette, of Skowhegan and Jeffrey of Winslow; two granddaughters, Angie-Dena Nightingale and Amanda Linn Nightingale; a great-grandson William; two sisters, Arlene Chandler and her husband, Gene, of Mechanic Falls and Mary Lee Hammond and her husband, Jerry, of Wilton; a brother-in-law, Doug Atwood of Skowhegan; a nephew, Dana Chandler of South Paris; and two nieces, Elizabeth Smith of Norway and Karen Atwood of Concord, N.C.

Sarah was predeceased by a son, Henry; and two sisters, Hester Salisbury and Clara Atwood.

The family invites you to join them in a celebration of Sarah's life, at 2 p.m. Monday, May 12, at Centenary United Methodist Church in Skowhegan with a visitation hour from 1 to 2 p.m. Interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are by Weston-Chandler Funeral Home, 45 Main St., South Paris. Online condolences may be shared with her family at 
Salisbury, Sarah Ellen (I2884)
7102 Waterville Morning Sentinel



Barbara Wilkinson Cody died peacefully April 10, 2014, at her home in Port Saint Lucie, Fla. She was born Aug. 10, 1933, in Madison, Maine, to George Leblanc and Rosalie Richards Leblanc. She is predeceased by her first husband, Ernest Wilkinson, her parents, George and Rosalie (Richards) Leblanc, and her brother, Donald "Slugger" Leblanc, and his wife, Janet.

She is well known for her singing voice, having led the St. Sebastian Choir for several years in Madison. She also sang for many weddings and funerals as well as many community events.

She was a secretary for all her life, ending with 30 years as secretary to the superintendent of schools in Madison until her retirement.

She moved to Port Saint Lucie in 1990 but continued going to Maine in the summers, where she spent time with her friends at Old Orchard Beach.

She is survived by her husband, John (Mickey) Cody; and her five children, Mark Wilkinson and his ex, Beverley, Gregg Wilkinson, Lynne (Wilkinson) Hoskins and her husband, Vaughn, Scott Wilkinson and wife Carmen, Sue (Wilkinson) Biehl and partner Jerry Veilleux; grandchildren Vaughn Hoskins, Amy (Hoskins) Gachette, Nicholas Wilkinson, Kristen Wilkinson, Jessica Trial, Jason Trial, Tapangia Biehl and Jaiden Biehl; great-grandchildren, Aiden Gachette, Ava Gachette, Jerrica Trial, Cadence and Mackenzie Hoskins; her sister Patricia (Leblanc) Clark; several nieces and nephews; and her special dog Angel.

A committal service will be held at a later date in Maine at St. Sebastian Cemetery. 
LeBlanc, Barbara (I5872)
7103 We called him "Spike”

Branch 1:
Enlistment Date 1:
1 Sep 1942
Release Date 1:
21 Nov 1945 
Akerley, Russell Howard (I1258)
7104 We knew she loved horses

Never married. 
Johnson, Pamela Anne (I2252)
7105 Went by Delia.

1870: also in household are Albert Webster age 13 and Augusta Walker age 29, “idiotic”. 
Walker, Adelia (I4193)
7106 Went by name of Lizzie. Withington, Elizabeth C. (I4107)
7107 Went by name of Lizzie. Haskell, Elizabeth (I4175)
7108 Went by name of Sadie Liz or Lizzie S.

At marriage she was 22 and a mill operator. This was Henry's second marriage and he was forty seven and a laborer. They were married by Henry Crockett, Methodist minister.

No children 
Hobbs, Sarah Elizabeth (I3989)
7109 Went by the name of Annie M. Evans Akerley

Fredericton cemeteries shows 1866-1925 at Sunny Banks Cemetery, Main Section 
Evans, Margaret Ann (I3331)
7110 Went by the name of C. Carroll Loring.

Died Oct 8, at age 36.

Sister, Janette Loring, seven years older.

see History of Buckfield

1850: possibly living at grandfather’s home, along with parents 
Loring, Charles Carroll (I1199)
7111 Went by the name of T. Dailey Mower.

1870 - Also in household is John Pratt, age 12. Presumed son of Antionette from previous marriage.

Civil War Veteran
Sergeant, 1st Michigan Infantry
Company K
Enlisted: July 15, 1861
Discharged: January 1, 1863
Wounded in Action: June 27, 1862 at Gaines Mill, Virginia 
Mower, Thomas Daily (I4996)
7112 When living in Auburn, Maine he worked in the finishing room at Field Bros. & Gross Shoe Factory.

1930 Detroit, Michigan Census lists living with Tillie and her daughter, Helen Havelock (age 22) on West Bethume Avenue. Working as a salesman for White Star Refin. Imigrated in 1915.

1920: also in household are sister-in-law Helen Cruikshank, age 29, and roomer Edwin H. Thomas, age 36.

World War I Draft Registration Card shows date of birth 12 July 1890 and lists place of birth as Queenstown, New Brunswick, Canada. It lists him as a citizen of the U. S. A.

DR says b. 12Jul1890 
Akerley, Leonard Otty (I2166)
7113 while married, per Sesquicentennial Rackley, Elmira Louisa (I5123)
7114 widow Brown, Olive (I4948)
7115 Widow of Isaac Alden per History of Bridgewater p. 108 Packard, Martha (I1753)
7116 widowed Spaulding, Nellie B. (I1368)
7117 widowed Spaulding, Charlotte Maria (I1372)
7118 widowed Juneau, Anna (I4048)
7119 widowed Bishop, Alice M. (I4771)
7120 widowed Briggs, George M. (I5209)
7121 widowed Durgin, Thomas Franklyn (I1203)
7122 widowed Spaulding, Charlotte Maria (I1372)
7123 widowed Briggs, George M. (I5209)
7124 widowed Atwood, Mary Emily (I1200)
7125 widowed Smith, Edith (I5057)
7126 widower Hodgkins, Samuel Elliott (I556)
7127 widower at time of death Flower, Jonah (I1250)
7128 wife Annie Stewart Chase, m 26Aug1896

Passport application indicates they sailed around the world in 1924

Henry Bellows Chase (June 13, 1870 – August 21, 1961) was an American politician who served as mayor of Huntsville, Alabama, from 1918 to 1920.[2][3] A civic leader and a businessman, Chase founded the Alabama Nursery in Huntsville then reorganized it as the Chase Nursery Company in rural Madison County, as part of a community that would become known as Chase, Alabama.[4]
Chase married Annie Stewart. Sources conflict as to whether this marriage took place in August 1896 in Catawba, North Carolina, or in 1900 in Hickory, North Carolina.[4] 
Chase, Henry Bellows (I352)
7129 wife Edna
Arthur Jr.
LeBlanc, Arthur (I5840)
7130 wife Evangline Knowles 26 Dec 1937 - 13 Sept 1998 Upham, Ivan Albert (I2832)
7131 wife Ida per DR Longley, Lawrence Stanley (I5083)
7132 wife Zulime referenced on WWI draft card

1903 passport application says he is a student living in Cambridge, MA

DR sgned by Adolph Herff; wife’s father? 
Simpson, Guy Carleton (I5480)
7133 wife’s DR says she was a widow when she died in 1899 Chase, William (I3760)
7134 William at marriage shown born in Waterford, PA. and shows his father born in Watertown, New York.

Myrtle’s BR says he was born in Waterford PA

William died in Jun2015, and his son William Jr. was born in Oct1905 
Austin, William D. (I3991)
7135 William came to Buckfield August 4, 1847.

Trustee of Hebron Academy

Presumed headstone is broken, lying face-down on the ground, as of 23Oct2010, next to Helen M. Atwood. 
Atwood, Deacon William Harris (I727)
7136 William Cliff and Alice M. Cliff Gibbs Cliff, Sadie May (I4039)
7137 William Havelock was first husband.

Residence shown as Seville, Gratiot County, Michigan and last residence as Riverdale, Gratiot County, Michigan

1920 - Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan census list Tillie married to William V. Havelock and living with him and a son, Noble and daughter, Helen.

1920 - Both Tillie and Helen Havelock are listed on census as being born in English Canada as well as their parents.

1930 - Detroit Michigan census shows her married to Uncle Otty and her daughter, Helen Havelock, age 22, living with them. Helen is listed as doing clerical work for Bell Telephone and Aunt Tillie as parking lot owner.

1930 - Census also shows Tillie and daughter, Helen Havelock immigrated to the United States in 1916 and lists both of them as being born in English Canada. 
Pillon, Tillie (I2406)
7138 William Mansfield and his wife Nancy are recorded as owners of lot #13. Their son Walter has a headstone there. It is logical that William and Nancy, along with their daughter Grace are also buried in lot #13. Hamilton, Nancy Luetta (I1437)
7139 William Mansfield and his wife Nancy are recorded as owners of lot #13. Their son Walter has a headstone there. It is logical that William and Nancy, along with their daughter Grace are also buried in lot #13. Mansfield, William Augustus (I1450)
7140 William R. McCormick Jr.

1957 - 2015

Obituaries | Monday, December 14, 2015

LEWISTON — William R. McCormick Jr., "Butch," 58, of Wilton, died enroute to Central Maine Medical Center on Thursday morning, Dec. 10.

He was born Aug. 12, 1957, in Biloxi, Miss., a son of William R. “Ross” and Helen (Cowan) “DeeDee” McCormick Sr. He received his education in Farmington schools and Mt. Blue High School. He was employed as a sole layer and edge trimmer at G.H. Bass, Cole Haan and American Shoe for a number of years.

On June 10, 1989, he married Barbara Tourtelotte. She predeceased him on July 21, 2012.

Butch was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping at East Carry and was a New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox fan.

He is survived by his dad, William R. "Ross" McCormick Sr. and his wife, Rose Mary, of New Sharon; three sons,: Kevin McCormick and his wife, Joanna, of St. Albans, Beau McCormick of North New Portland and Troy McCormick and his wife, Ashlee, of Wilton; two stepchildren, Travis Toothaker and his wife, Sharon, of Livermore and Tracy Merrill and her husband, Scott, of Turner; four grandchildren, Aidan McCormick, Katie Merrill, Brooke McCormick and Megan McCormick; and several cousins, aunts and uncles.

He was predeceased by his mother, DeeDee; his brother, David McCormick; and sister, Debra Seeley.

Tributes and condolences may be shared on Butch’s memorial wall at 
McCormick, William Ross Jr. (I6074)
7141 with Florence Gowell and Geraldine (Juddy) Sherman as witnesses. Akerley, Ida Verna (I2161)
7142 with Pauling Atwood, Raymond Loring (I1392)
7143 Witnesses at marriage were Enoch Rollins and William Flower

Mother's name was Mary 1831(August 1831)-1907 buried Newcastle Creek Baptist Cemetery 
Flower, Georgianna (I2542)
7144 Witnesses at marriage were John Homer and Gilbert Flower. Flower, Luke Edmund (I3409)
7145 Witnesses to marriage were Enoch Rollins and William Flower. Family F1537
7146 Worcester Insane Hospital Mower, George H. (I5352)
7147 Worcester Insane Hospital Mower, George H. (I5352)
7148 Worcester State Hospital Mower, George H. (I5352)
7149 Worcester State Hospital Mower, George H. (I5352)
7150 Worked at Raytheon Hobbs, Jeannette (I3912)

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