Burial was in the Hill family cemetery, route 2, Fort Gay. May 30, 182 1, md. This was silly - he was going to be with Lisbon, for God's sake. Mary Ricker, who was b. Burial was in Ashland Cemetery. Mary Rollins, of Exeter 32.
Howe, daughter of Kendall and Mary Howe, of Methuen. I understand that the electronic submission of data is based on an honor system and that LeadingAge Minnesota reserves the right to audit electronic records for accuracy and integrity. Garside, who it appeared on evidence was driving a horse and cart, when the animal took fright and ran up a bank, by which means the cart was overturned and falling on the neck of the unfortunate man killed him on the spot. Moses, of Great Falls, who was b. John was a Coal Miner Hewer. Gamaliel and Abi- gail Bartlett Bradford, of Duxbury, Mass.
Children : 1 John, b. He subsequently served, with his brother Nicholas, in Whipple's Brigade at the battles of Stillwater and Saratoga, and died, unmarried, on his return from the army. Exeter, May 8, 1676 ; married Stephen Page, of Hamp- ton, Jan. Samuel Clark, of Dorchester, N. Bennie Alley Fugate, 82, route 4, Louisa, were conducted Jan 9 in the First Christian Church by Rev.
Newcastle, and at Lisbon, Me. There they met up with Stephen and his family. Ottey, a son Ray Childers, Jr. Nunley was born Apr 13, 1897, in Lawrence County, a daughter of the late William and Lee Carter Byrd. Q4 1889, Dover Emily Mary Chapman 1861, St. Leo: I thought you said you had nothing to hide.
Hanson also relates that on the breaking out of the Revolution, the few surviving warriors of the Kennebeck Indians were persuaded by Paul Higgins, who had lived among them from childhood, to join the Americans. Q3 1903, Dover 7 Jane Amelia Q3 1884, Ramsgate m. Dead End toured the country in 1937 and the last theater on the trip was at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. Richard was at 34 George Street , Sittingbourne working as an Engine Driver at the Brickyard. Taylor Jenkins with burial in the Webb Community Cemetery at Webb. Surviving, in addition to his mother, are his wife, Mrs. He was married to actress Edna Phillips and was the father of actors Phillips Holmes, Madeleine Taylor Holmes, Holmes has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
French, of Lawrence, overseer in the Atlantic Cotton Mills. Her husband, Blaine Compton, preceded her in death. Dyer was born Aug 22, 1894 in Louisa, a daughter of the late Oliver and Polly Vanover Tomlin. Just send us an and we'll put the best up on the site. May 15, 1832 ; md. Hosea Clark, of Cambridge; has no children.
Angie Rebecca Justice Young, 2 daughters, Mrs. Young Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Highland Memorial Gardens at Chapmanville. Son Anthony removed to Corinth, Me. Pennsyl- vania ; 2 Sarah, md. Steele was born Jul 3, 1917 in Lawrence County, the daughter of the late Bill and Ella Albright. Rebecca, daughter of Moses San- born, of Strafford.
Helen Shepherd of Grayson and Miss Goldie Murphy of Louisville, a son, Paul Murphy, Jr. DeCosta, 1824; had a large fam- ily of 11 children; res. She also attended Boston Business College and Michigan School of Drama, after working as an actress in summer stock, she returned to Providence and worked as a radio fashion commentator on a local station. Cyrus died Mar 1 in Humana Hospital Louisa. Emma blinked at her mother.
Burial was in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Nellie Anglin of Sunny Valle, Ca, 2 half brothers, Kenneth York and Jay York, both of Raceland, and 21 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Her father- in-law, Joshua Otis, was a soldier of the Revolution, and a vol- unteer from Vermont in the war of 1812; res. Burial was in Yatesville Memorial Cemetery, route 1, Louisa. VanHorn died Mar 26 in Veterans Administration Hospital in Lexington following an extended illness. Her husband, Earl Caudill, preceded her in death in 1977.
May 8, 1826 ; md. New Sharon ; 7 Henry A. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. As a teen i was rough and road horses did lots of farm work and loved the life. He was a soldier of the French war, serving in Capt. Holbrook Hale, of New Sharon, Mar.