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7401 some records show Everett Richard

Enlistment Date 1:
13 Sep 1943
Release Date 1:
12 Jan 1946 
Drummond, Richard Everett (I695)
7402 Some records show name as Abby Jane Richardson. Brown, Abbie J. (I1311)
7403 some records spell last name Poole. Pool, Sarah Page (I5797)
7404 Sometime place of birth is shown as Maine.

possible aka Frank B. Philbrick 
Philbrick, Benjamin Franklin (I4167)
7405 son Donald Family F2339
7406 Son Frederick submitted a Sons of the American Revolution application in 1969 that lists his mother’s bith date and place, and also says he was living in Oklahoma. This agrees with the Social Secuity record of his mother’s death date, and may explain why she died in Oklahoma Macomber, Elizabeth Helen (I722)
7407 Son Ira’s DR says his mother’s name was Alice Abbott, suggesting another marriage for Albion. This conflicts with Ira’s BR, though.

Civil War Pension Index-Widow listed as Relief W.

Captain during the Civil War in Vermont Volunteers. May 30, 1862 to July 1865.

Name sometimes shown as Albin not Albion.
see virtual cemeteries

An excerpt from "The Wheelock Family of Calais, Vermont", by Marcus Warren Waite
page 101."(773): ALBION J. MOWER (Ruth Wheelock; Peter); born Dec. 14, 1829; m. Mar. 1, 1867, Relief W. Smith of Cabot, Vt. He died June 11, 1902. She died August 23, 1903. He was a prominent farmer in Calais, and interested in the schools of his native town. He was made Captain of Co. I, 9th Regt. Vermont Vols., in June 1862, which Company he raised in Washington County."

See “Norwich University, 1819-1911; her history, her graduates, her roll of honor”, edited by William Arba Ellis, p501:
Albion J. Mower, son of Jabez and Ruth W. Mower, was born in Calais, Vt., December 14, 1828, and died there in 1898. He attended the schools of his town and entered the University in 1848, remaining two years. He engaged in farming in Calais until his death, becoming the largest real estate owner in the town. He was a Republican in politics and held many town offices.
On the breaking out of the Civil War, he offered his services to the state of Vermont and was appointed recruiting and drill officer. He recruited companies for the 3d, 6th and 9th Vermont regiments. He was commissioned captain of Company I, 9th Vermont Infantry, June 30, 1862, and served until July 8, 1863, when owing to disability was forced to resign his commission.
He was married March 1, 1867, to Relief W. Smith of Cabot, Vt. Five children were born to them: Ira Rich, "N. U.", '90; Nora D.; Lilla B.; Alice Jessie; and Albion Jabez, Jr.

Albion Jr. appears on the same headstone 
Mower, Albion Jabez (I4917)
7408 son John
daughter Alice Louise b. 29Jan1892 
Norwood, William (I3542)
7409 son Robert Bruce Palmer? Palmer, Daniel (I1321)
7410 sons Arthur H. b 1902, Cyrus E. b. 1903 Family F483
7411 sons Carrol, 19, and Clayton, 9, per 1940 census Family F4347
7412 Sons of the American Revolution application dated Feb1900 indicates he lived until at least then, and was living in Lacrosse County, Wisconsin, or Ashland , WI

1950: same house as father John and mother Priscilla. Also in household is wife Martha B. age. 26 and daughter Chloe age 1. 
Ellis, Edwin (I5997)
7413 Sophilia on 1880 census

possible duagter of Luther Burgess ID 20, or sister of first wife Dorcas? 
Burgess, Sophila A. (I5785)
7414 Source Citation: Year: 1923; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_3246; Line: 18; .
Source Information: New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2006. Original data:
• Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
• Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T715, 8892 rolls); Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives, Washington, D.C. 
Hetzel, Katherina (I1652)
7415 source of BR data is “Cousin, Wallace E. Cummings, Aug. 26, 1929”. Why was a record made on this late date, and who is Wallace?

1920: living with aunt Annie Downing, age 73, widowed. This may be Annie E. Jackson, ID# 1914. 
Bishop, Bertha Alma (I4807)
7416 south from Troy Corner Hale, Ralph William (I3227)
7417 SP3 US Navy-World War II Leavitt, Arch Dean (I4024)
7418 Spanish American War, Cavalry, 5th Regiment, Company J, Private Emmons, Charles Briggs (I68)
7419 Spanish War, Private Massachusetts Militia Spaulding, Atwood William (I1359)
7420 Spar (?) Road Moore, Clara Louise (I1516)
7421 Spar (?) Road Atwood, Horace Stanley (I1515)
7422 Spar (?) Road Atwood, Stanley N. (I1520)
7423 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1521)
7424 spelled Arias Arras, Patrick Jordan (I1991)
7425 spelled Carlyle Lincoln, Carlisle Austin (I5285)
7426 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)
7427 spelled “Marcia” in 1940 census Cowan, Marsha (I5810)
7428 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)
7429 Spinal meningitis Akerley, Ruby May (I2175)
7430 SS - month & year Atwood, Kimball Chase Jr. (I1389)
7431 SS ACI confirms parents

CT death index poorly transcribed, but may indicate he worked for the Wiremold Company 
Chapman, Maynard (I5958)
7432 SS ACI confirms parents

married Lillian Frances Pelletier, Florida, 20 Aug 1977 
McNinch, Douglas Lawrence (I2840)
7433 SS Death Index says d 15 Sep 1919 Chapman, Donald Charles (I3239)
7434 SS does not provide day Burtchell, Mable Alice (I2664)
7435 SS gives only month, year Libby, Charles E. (I2655)
7436 SS last residence North Bergen, NJ Thayer, Verna Priscilla (I331)
7437 SS lists Carroll, NH Chapman, Ruby P. (I2694)
7438 SS says 25May1887 Moody, Edith Evelyn (I5050)
7439 SS says Winthrop Moulton, William Thomas (I747)
7440 SS suggests multiple marriages:
Lois Mary Groves
[Lois Mary Oswalt] 
[Lois Palmer] 
[Lois Mary Eccles]  
Eccles, Lois Mary (I149)
7441 SSACI says Auburn Austin, Betty (I4053)
7442 SSDI and California DI indicate married name Radovich Brenk, Barbara (I698)
7443 SSDI for month and year only Briggs, Julia Adelaide (I5145)
7444 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)
7445 SSDI says 13Oct1883 Whittier, Clara Augusta (I6106)
7446 SSDI says 29Jun1893 Hayes, Mabel (I2656)
7447 SSDI says d Apr1985 Ricker, Eleanor Gertrude (I2200)
7448 SSGT US Air Force Millett, Gordon Elroy (I3822)
7449 SSN application suggests died after Aug1938

Mason membership card says b 12Sep1870 
Howlett, Charles Albert Skinner (I5468)
7450 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)

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