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7401 World War I Draft Registration Card shows born in Newcastle, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada on March 19, 1893. Chapman, Beverly Hay (I2527)
7402 World War I Draft Registration Card shows born in Webster, Maine. Emerson, William Edward (I2350)
7403 World War I Draft Registration Card shows no middle name, dated 12 sep 1918. Student at A & M College, College Station, Texas. Colston, Raleigh (I5494)
7404 World War I Draft Registration Card, Tewksbury, Massachusetts, shows name as Walter Blake Butler.

1930 Portland, Cumberland County, Maine census lists a Walter B. Butler, age 41, rooming on State Street and employed as an automobile salesman. 
Butler, Walter Blake (I3345)
7405 World War I Draft Registration Cards show middle name Riley. Bishop, Ned Riley (I4393)
7406 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 show date of birth and place of birth. Hodgkins, Merle John (I5058)
7407 World War I Draft Registration dated September 12, 1918, showing middle name Virgil. Mower, Alton Virgil (I5267)
7408 World War I Draft Registration dated September 12, 1918, showing student at Malden High.

Colonel, US AIr Force per FaG gravestone image

Arlington National Cemetery Plot: Section 6 site 9168 WH

1940: at Marshall Field Hopital Area, 
Mower, Clarence Thomas (I5021)
7409 World War I draft registration shows date of birth as March 6, 1897. Grover, Nathaniel A. (I4139)
7410 World War I draft registration shows date of birth as October 14, 1880.

1920: also in household is Carroll’s mother Mary, age 59, widowed. 
Wilcox, Carroll Ernest (I3798)
7411 World War I draft registration shows William Henry born October 1, 1883. Hobbs, William Henry (I3730)
7412 World War I draft registration shows working for his father, Homer N. Chase Co.

Plot: Block 27, Lot 84, Space 2

Married Ruth Bailes 
Chase, Homer Nathaniel Jr. (I4147)
7413 World War I, 2nd Leuitenant discharged January 25, 1919. Black, Albert Woodard (I72)
7414 World War I, Co. E, 103rd Reg. Briggs, Joseph Milton (I1098)
7415 World War I, discharged February 15, 1919. Emmons, Oscar Thomas (I255)
7416 World War I, PVT 20 FIELD ARTY Briggs, Albion Ezra (I267)
7417 World War II - died in France Goddard, Lewis Frelan (I254)
7418 World War II, Coast Guard Res. Briggs, Joseph Milton (I1098)
7419 WWI draft card lists nearest relative Augusta Norwood, same address, probably wife

per Ancestry user:

triovlaif This man was the son of Howard E Norwood and Hattie L Arey of Hampden, Maine. He had no children of record, was an electrical engineer, graduated from the University of Vermont, and married Augusta Lucia of Burlington. They lived for a long time in NYC, but moved out to Los Angeles. He had four first cousins, Chester Henry Norwood, Howard Lester Norwood, Chester Doane Norwood, and Clarence Henry Norwood. The last two were born in California but the first two remained in New England. 
Norwood, Harry Emery (I5896)
7420 WWI draft card lists wife Mary Kidder Chase

FaG says b. 1882, although I see no support for this. 
Chase, Howard Gibbs (I4221)
7421 WWI draft card says 1895 Mansfield, Walter Hamilton (I1453)
7422 WWI draft card suggests he was living with (married to?) Mary C. Moody as of 12Sep1918. Moody, Dwight Longley (I5051)
7423 WWI draft card suggests:
- wife Martilda A. Philbrick
- worked for Maine Central Rail Road
- lived in Jay as of 12Sep1918

Maine Marriage Records show Myrtilla Ann Bronson

1920: also in household are wife Matilla and daughter Doris M., 8/12 
Philbrick, Charles Lucian (I4177)
7424 WWI draft registration lists nearest relative as Annie M. Morrill, same address, so assumed to be his wife

World War I Draft Cards shows living in Portland, Cumberland County, Maine

MR to Maude says it is first marriage for both. Assume divorced/her death? by 1918

1910: also in household is Iva Russell, age 14. Likely sister-in-law. 
Morrill, Ralph Horace (I4209)
7425 WWII draft card lists place of birth as Edgewater, Colorado. Martensen, Edwin John (I233)
7426 WWII draft card shows married to Harriet

SSDI says b 13Nov1895

1930: also in household are wife Harriet C. and son William C. 
Howlett, Walter Maynard (I5470)
7427 WWII draft record says he was born at “sanaitarium” in California. This is the name of an unicorporated commuinity in Napa County, near Saint Helena. Atwood, Artemas Leander (I5778)
7428 / Daily Gleaner

Leona Randall

Born In: Bingham, Maine, United States
Born: September 5th, 1910

Passed in: Oromocto, New Brunswick, Canada
Passed on: March 19th, 2010

Randall, Leona Blanche
The death of Leona Blanche Randall occurred on March 19th, 2010 at the Oromocto Public Hospital. Born September 5th, 1910 in Bingham, ME she was the daughter of the late J. Robert and Sadie E. (Chapman) Clark and wife to the late Orland Randall.
Leona is survived by her grandchildren, Laurie Murray of Alberta; Randy Murray (Nora) of Lakeville Corner, NB and Sherri Smith (Merle) of Swan Creek, NB; eight great-grandchildren; fourteen great great-grandchildren; sister, Alta Colwell of Fredericton Junction, NB and a very special nephew, Gary DeLorey of Syphers Cove, NB. She was predeceased by her husband, Orlie; her daughter, Betty Murray and her husband Ronald as well as several brothers and sisters.
Visitation will be held at the Oromocto Funeral Home on Monday, March 22nd, 2010 from 7-9 pm. A funeral service will be held at the Lakeville Corner Baptist Church on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 at 2:00 pm with Rev. Jim Webber officiating. Interment will take place in the Byno Cemetery in Lakeville Corner. For those who wish, donations may be made to the Lakeville Corner Baptist Church. (357-5100) 
Clark, Leona Blanche (I2705)
7429 Y3 US Navy World War II WAVE Sylvester, Marion Lola (I1545)
7430 year and location per MR Sampson, George J. (I5901)
7431 Year illegible on record, but appears to have been born between Jonathan and Jonathan Jr.
possibly married Thaddeus Reed 1Jan1788. If so then possibly buried Old Burying Ground, Lexington MA 
Longley, Anna (I6071)
7432 year is approx. based on gravestone photo Hodgkins, Aaron (I1889)
7433 year only per MA death index Emmons, Elva Eunice (I1684)
7434 year per 1880 census Mitchell, William H. (I3948)
7435 year per 1900 census Family F228
7436 year per FaG ???, Isabella A. (I4216)
7437 York Hospital Linti, Janet Etta (I906)
7438 Young Womens Christian Union Burtchell, Ruby Isabelle (I2757)
7439 YUMA, Ariz. – Blake Ricker, 95, died Jan. 15, 2007, in Yuma, Ariz. Blake was born March 14, 1911, in Blaine, to Rule and Carrie (Burchell) Ricker. He attended elementary school in Blaine and Aroostook Central Institute High School, Mars Hill. Blake married Avis Chase, of Westfield, in 1934. Blake and Avis eventually moved to Connecticut and in 1957, moved to San Diego. Blake had a successful painting contracting business in San Diego. After retirement, Blake and Avis traveled extensively throughout the United States, including Alaska, which was his favorite fishing area. Their later years were spent in El Centro, Calif., and later in Yuma, Ariz. Blake loved his family and friends, he will always be remembered by his positive outlook of life and also, for his stories and jokes that continued until the end. Blake was predeceased by his parents, wife; and sister, Lottie Ricker Tweedie. He is survived by his sister, Mabel Ricker Broad; daughters, Felvia and husband, Dick Belaustegui, Janet and husband, Jim White, Patricia and husband, George Howland; nephew, Robert and wife, Mary Broad; nine grandchildren and eight great-grand-children. A service in his honor was held at Johnson Mortuary Chapel and a reception was after at Immanuel Southern Baptist Church. Internment was at the Garden of Meditation, Yuma, Ariz. Thoughts, memories and condolences may be sent to Felvia Belaustegui, 3015 Heatheridge Lane, Reno, NV 89509. A memory book will be created in remembrance of Avis and Blake Ricker. Ricker, Blake Lawrence (I6185)
7440 Zilla's first husband was Harry Wallace Porter and they were parents of Mary Pauline and Sarah Estella Porter both born in Newcastle Creek, Queens County in 1905 and 1906.

Living in Toronto in 1941 at time of stepson's death.

I think Zilla Pearl Robinson and Lillia Robinson are the same person. Father George Robinson.

She signed the marriage record with Reuben as “Z. Pearl Porter” 
Robinson, Zilla Pearl (I2533)
7441 Zola’s DR lists her as divorced. Family F1602
7442 Bishop, Clara L. (I4889)
7443 ‘Bella’ per BR

possible 2nd marriage:
Name of Groom:
Groom's Place of Residence:
Poland, Me.
Name of Bride:
Possible Alternate Name of Bride:
Lois BERRY [View alternate record]
Bride's Place of Residence:
Poland, Me.
Marriage Date:
Wednesday, 26 Apr. 1939
Marriage Certificate Number:
Not available 
Yeaton, Lois Eva Bell (I1891)
7444 ‘Dale’s great-grandfather’ - Dale & Pattyi of FindAGrave Mower, Frank Lester (I5672)
7445 ‘Dora’ on census form Flower, Ethel Madora (I2165)
7446 ‘Dora’ on census form Flower, Ethel Madora (I2165)
7447 ‘Elizabet E.’ on census form Akerley, Elizabeth Pearl (I2173)
7448 “aged 2* 20d” not clear if m or y Whiting, Mamie (I5676)
7449 “Alias Atwood” Wood, John (I985)
7450 “Brookville” per DR Harris, Carroll B. (I3945)

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