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7201 Thomas R. Finan was her second husband. He was born in Ireland. Per 1910 census, he was a railroad telegrapher.

On 1910 census, last name looks like Firman. 1920 is more legible.

Probably divorced from Alfred Atwood prior to 1910

last name Grapham per daughter’s MR 
Grapham, Mary S. (I1517)
7202 Times West Virginian
Aug 26, 2012

Elizabeth Virginia “Ginny” Goddard Goodpasture, following one of her cherished Bible chapters, Psalm 100, entered “his gates with songs of thanksgiving” in the early morning hours of Tuesday (July 24, 2012) with two of her beloved children by her bedside in the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg.
Ginny was born Oct. 22, 1921 in Dallas, Texas, and grew up in Fountain City, Tenn. After graduating from Tusculum College (Tennessee’s oldest college, founded in 1794) with a double degree in English and music, she enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving as an officer assigned to duty stations in Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, coding and decoding military communications during World War II. After the war, she returned to school in Philadelphia to study occupational therapy, a field in which she worked until she married.
Ginny met her handsome husband, Jim, a World War II Army veteran, at a party for military troops. They were married in her hometown in August 1948.

Together they raised a family of four children (all born within a five-year time span), along with numerous dogs and other pets. Jim’s work took the family to Illinois, Georgia, Mexico, and back to Illinois where they bought a home in Glencoe and remained for 32 years. In the latter part of their Glencoe years, Ginny and Jim enjoyed spending time with their three young grandsons.  
They retired to Sun City, Ariz., in 1995, and 10 years later moved to The Meadows at Maplewood in Bridgeport. Jim passed away in 2009 at St. Barbara’s Memorial Nursing Home in Monongah. In 2011, Ginny moved into the West Virginia Veterans Nursing Facility in Clarksburg.  
Ginny was a scholar and an accomplished pianist. She helped all four of her children in their musical studies. In the kitchen, she embraced the health food trend, always broadening her knowledge about nutrition. Ginny’s creative mind found expression in various other forms of art beyond music including sewing, needlework, drawing, painting, other craft arts and photography, an interest she shared with Jim during their years of membership with the Fort Dearborn Camera Club (now called Fort Dearborn-Chicago Photo Forum). Ginny traveled with her mother, Elva, her sister, Barbara, and her daughter, Jessie, to the United Kingdom to help celebrate the life and sacrifice made by her brother, Lewis, during World War II as a member of a Special Forces Jedburgh team.  
Ginny was active in the church, serving as the organist at First Baptist Church in Mexico City and later as the librarian at Winnetka Bible Church near their home in Glencoe. Ginny’s passion was reading and studying the Bible, an important source of encouragement, joy and peace.  
Ginny is survived by her daughter, Karen Briggs Goodpasture of Jemez Springs, N.M.; her daughter, Jessie Carrol Goodpasture of San Francisco, Calif.; her son, Stuart James Goodpasture of Deerfield, Ill., his wife Judy and their three sons, Jesse Robert Goodpasture (second lieutenant U.S. Army), Samuel James Goodpasture and Lewis Goddard Goodpasture; her daughter, Nancy Elizabeth Goodpasture of Fairmont; her brother, Austin Goddard and his wife Jan; her sister, Barbara Goddard; her brother, Robert Goddard; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews; granddogs, Jake, Zeus, Wrigley and Miss Be; and her angel and friend, Clara Eaton.  
In addition to her brother, Lewis, Ginny’s parents, Carlyle and Elva Goddard, preceded her in death.
 A graveside service will be held at noon Monday at West Virginia National Cemetery in Grafton, with Chaplain Johnny Payne presiding. Prior to that service, a film produced by daughter Jessie celebrating their 60-plus years of life together as Jim and Ginny Goodpasture, creating homes for themselves and their four children in the U.S. and Mexico, will be shown at 10 a.m. at the West Virginia Veterans Nursing Facility in Clarksburg. Family and friends are invited to attend both events.
Arrangements are in the care of family friend Phil Rishel, Herod Funeral Home, 501 Morgantown St., Point Marion, PA 15474 (724-725-5245). 
Goddard, Elizabeth Virginia (I257)
7203 Togus? Mansfield, Harry Leroy (I1455)
7204 Total of 11 children with Abigail. See Barry p.199

Possibly born in Scituate MA. 
Bailey, John (I4619)
7205 town from MR Woodman, Laura Olivia (I5690)
7206 town from MR Downing, Frank Ellwood (I5612)
7207 Town House Cemetery aka Center Cemetery, Rt 23
Plot 91

“Died April 23,” is legible on the broken headstone, but the year is not

“Clark” per Stinchfield 
Clerk, Margaret W. (I4825)
7208 Town of Leeds records show date of marriage as April 1825. Family F3088
7209 Town of Leeds records show date of marriage as April 1837. Family F2927
7210 town per MR Creasey, Frederick Ellsworth (I171)
7211 transcribed as Fashay Chapman, Alma Gertrude (I2504)
7212 Travelled to Jamaica in 1913? See

married Bertha Leola Powers 25Nov1913, Caribou 
Spaulding, Atwood William (I1359)
7213 Trudy Toutillotte, Gertude (I6102)
7214 tuberculosis Millett, Marcia Ede (I1533)
7215 Tuner lists here as Lizzie, and says she is Jame’s twin. I think he has her confused with the girl born in 1852.

Possibly both daughters were named Lois Jane. 
Burgess, Lois J. (I5533)
7216 Turner card shows Seth born in Sumner. Harris, Seth Jr. (I3950)
7217 Turner records show born in Bridgewater, Mass.

1880: Nephew Charles E. Tripp, age 14, in household

See “Memorial of the Descendants of the Honorable John Alden”, p95. 
Alden, Azel (I3780)
7218 Turner records show died as an infant. Hobbs, Myrtle M. (I3391)
7219 Turner records show Joseph of London, England and as a ships carpenter. Hobbs, Joseph (I3735)
7220 Turner records show married by C. Clark and shows both living in Lewiston.

1900 - Listed on census as Clinton Hobbs. Also in household is Kate Gove, age 24, boarder. 
Hobbs, James Clinton (I3985)
7221 Turner records show Martha E., Lizzie, Elizabeth M. Chandler. (Not sure which is correct.)

1920 - Listed in census as Elizabeth Hobbs. 
Chandler, Martha Elizabeth (I3682)
7222 Turner town records show born in Augusta, Maine.

Town records also show William was a twin. 
Hobbs, William Martin (I3383)
7223 Turner Town Records show probably single.

BR shows middle name as Harris, but this is probably a transcription error, since Harris is her brother’s middle name (and mother’s maiden name). 
Alden, Eunice A. (I3781)
7224 Turner town records show she was stillborn. Hobbs, Rose Elizabeth (I3733)
7225 Turner Town Records show single.

Desceendants of John Alden, p95 -
He enlisted Aug. 1862, and served during the war in the 16th Reg. of the Me. Vol. ; was twice wounded. 
Alden, Seth Harris (I3999)
7226 Turner, Maine records show married by F. A. Sanborn, Tur. Family F2637
7227 TURNER: Arlen Reed Jordan, 77, of Turner passed away at his home on Sunday morning with his children at his side. He was born in Turner on May 16, 1938 the son of Leroy and Wilma (Reed) Jordan. He attended Turner schools and was a graduate of Leavitt Institute, class of 1956. After marrying his high school sweetheart Edith “Dianne” Fogg in 1958 they made their home in Turner Village and raised three wonderful children together. He was active in the Turner Fire Dept., Masonic Hall and Snowmobile Club. He was also active as a leader in the growth of Union Local 716. After he found his talent in plumbing he eventually entered the plumbing/pipefitting welding union. He worked on projects throughout the New England states for 35 years. Arlen enjoyed outdoor activities at his camp in Eustis and later at his winter home in Leesburg, Florida. He shared his passion for fun with his children, grandchildren and anyone else who was willing to join in. He is survived by his mother, Wilma of Turner, his three children, who also reside in Turner, Linda Ames, Alison Durgin and her husband Brian, and Ken Jordan and his wife Jenn, his sister Carmen Jenkins of Turner and a sister-in-law Kathie Greear and her husband John. He also leaves behind his grandchildren; Jessica Ames, Bethany Harlow, Sarah and Ian Durgin, and Carter, Carly, Camden and Cara Jordan. He was predeceased by his father Leroy, his loving wife Dianne, a sister Janice Millett and her husband Gordon and a son-in-law Brian Ames. The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to two of Arlen’s closest of friends during his final days and weeks for their continued support and compassion shown to him. Condolences may be shared with the family at Visiting hours will be held at Fortin/Auburn on Thursday May 28 from 4-7pm. A graveside service will take place on Friday May 29 at 11am at Turner Village Cemetery. Those wishing, in lieu of flowers, may make a charitable contribution in Arlen’s memory to: Trustees of Leavitt PO Box 3400, Auburn, ME 04210 with checks payable to: Brian "Barney" Ames Scholarship fund. Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group / Plummer & Merrill Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services 217 Turner St. Auburn, 783-8545 Jordan, Arlen Reed (I3813)
7228 twin Howlett, Arthur Osborn (I5466)
7229 twin Briggs, Walker Walter Jr. (I5148)
7230 twin Howlett, Alfred Crossman (I5669)
7231 twin of Georgeanna? Harris, George (I3940)
7232 twin of Martha Briggs, Margaret Bishop (I4906)
7233 twin of Pauline Webber, Waitstill (I4634)
7234 Twin sons born 3/21/1877 died in infancy.

Nathan was his parent’s 10th child, per his BR

per FindAGrave (which has better photos than mine)
buried together at Glenside Cemetery, WInthrop
one face lists:
infant sons
other face lists: (I have good photo)
Emery U. Bishop
Mary E. Henderson 
Bishop, Nathan (I4723)
7235 twin to boy named moses, who died young. A later son was also named Moses. Chase, Daniel (I5880)
7236 Two daughters died young and buried with parents. Ancestry suggests several other children. Family F88
7237 Two gravestones. Both give same death date. Individual stone says 8m. Family stone says 10m 4d. Hodgkins, Samuel E. (I1241)
7238 Two stones next to Eliza Ann Morrill marked only “Mother” and “Father” may be Ephraim Atwood and Adaline Whiting.

Cole p. 185 says she as a sister of Nathan Morrill. Possibly this is i3769 
Morrill, Eliza Ann (I101)
7239 Typhoid Fever Chapman, Ellis Burns (I2704)
7240 Typhoid fever Chase, Rev. Nathaniel (I3712)
7241 typo Gowell, Joseph (I115)
7242 U.S. Naval Reserve per Masonic membership card

possible 3rd wife m17Jan1944
Orpha V Kelleran b26Feb1902 d6Feb1998 
Norwood, Howard Lester (I5789)
7243 U.S. Representative from Maine, and Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1889–1891 and also from 1895–1899 Reed, Thomas Brackett (I6063)
7244 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Gowell, Carl Millet Jr. (I1067)
7245 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Chapman, Leo Merritt (I2730)
7246 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Chapman, Arthur W. (I3261)
7247 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Hale, Ralph William (I3227)
7248 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Results show enlistment date 27 Dec 1941. Hodgkins, Merle John Jr. (I5270)
7249 uncertain Atwood, Walter Edward (I1186)
7250 Uncertain. Birth date from gravestone indicates he was born unusually late in mother’s life. Harris, Samuel (I5687)

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