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201 ambrose ayerst young fam
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Ayerst, Ruby Mary Lucretia (I10803)
 
202 ambrose ayerst young fam
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Ayerst, Pearl Maud (I10804)
 
203 ambrose ayerst young fam
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Ayerst, Douglas Bayne (I10805)
 
204 ambrose ayerst young fam
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Ayerst, Alfred Oliver (I11061)
 
205 ambrose ayerst young fam
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Ayerst, Charles Wilder (I11062)
 
206 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Hazel Muriel (I10801)
 
207 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Ruby Mary Lucretia (I10803)
 
208 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Pearl Maud (I10804)
 
209 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Douglas Bayne (I10805)
 
210 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Alfred Oliver (I11061)
 
211 ambrose ayerst's children
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Ayerst, Charles Wilder (I11062)
 
212 Ambrose Mortlock
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Mortlock, Ambrose George (I10708)
 
213 ambrose pye
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Pye, Ambrose Walter (I10704)
 
214 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Samuel Banning
RESIDENCE: Salem, Connecticut
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 23 Aug 1862
Side Served: Union
State Served: Connecticut
Birth Date: 15 Jan 1826
Death Date: 12 Sep 1912
Death Place: Groton, Connecticut
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 23 August 1862 at the age of 36.
Enlisted in Company A, 26th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 10 Nov 1862.
Mustered Out Company A, 26th Infantry Regiment Connecticut on 17 Aug 1863 at Norwich, CT. 
Banning, Samuel M. (I07432)
 
215 American Civil War: Disease - acute diarrhea  Clark, Dana B. (I15940)
 
216 An inscription is on reverse of brother Roy's headstone showing "Baby Mullen" with nothing else. Mullen, Guy Edgar (I18235)
 
217 Andrew D. Burgdorf, 70, of Martville, former State Assemblyman from Cayuga County died Friday afternoon in the Oswego Hospital after a short illness.
He was a former member of the Cayuga County Board of Supervisors from the the Town of Sterling. He served in the State Legislature in the 1930's.
Mr. Burgdorf was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Martville Rod and Gun Club.
His wife died in 1937.
Surviving are a daughter, (Jane) Mrs. Leonard Earle; two sons, Charles of Fair Haven and Chauncey of Hannibal; and four grandchildren." 
Burgdorf, Andrew David (I07048)
 
218 Andrew F. Seamster Jr., 61, Low Moor, died Monday, June 23, 2008, at home.
He was born March 23, 1947, in Henderson, North Carolina, to Andrew, Sr. and Helen (Stebbins) Seamster. Andy married Margaret Hall, November 27, 1965. He was employed as a fire fighter for the Clinton Fire Department from 1980 until 1999. Most recently, Andy was employed by Wal-Mart.
He was a longtime member of the Low Moor Fire Department and enjoyed hunting and fishing.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret; a son, Andrew III, and his wife, Becky, Clinton; granddaughters, Tonya Smith and Toshia Seamster; sisters, RosaAnn Seamster and her fiance, Jim, Camanche, Sadie Abdul, Connecticut, Helen Weiss, New Jersey and Louise Robinson, Georgia; brothers, Robert Shabarekh and his wife, Terri, Tennessee, Tony Shabarekh, Connecticut, and Bill Shabarekh, Georgia; nieces and nephews, Robin (Angie) Bates and Lisa (Mike) Overstake, Delmar and Karla (Wayne) Patterson, Connecticut.
Preceding Andy in death were his parents.
Funeral services will be held at Lemke Funeral Home-South, Clinton, at 10 a.m. Friday with Pastor Morry Renkes officiating. Burial will be at Sterling Cemetery, Sabula. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4 until 8 p.m. Thursday.
Pallbearers will be Mike Fullan, James Fullan, Frederick Roling, DuWayne Ottens, Mike McDonald and Bruce Austin. Honorary pallbearers will be Dennis Hoefer, Steve Ramirez, Kent Ketelsen, Robin Bates, Mike Overstake, Casey Hausch and Chad James. 
Seamster, Andrew Fountain (I25863)
 
219 Angelo Malaspina, 72, of 43 Elm Villlage, East Hartford, formerly of South Glastonbury, died Monday (July 26) at Hartford Hospital. Born in New York City, he lived in Glastonbury most of his life.
He was a retired superintendent of the highway department for the Town of Glastonbury. He was also a former auxiliary state policeman.
He leaves his wife, Lois (Rockwell) Malaspina; a son, Joseph Banning of Enfield; three daughters, Grace Chapman and Judith Jaskulski, both of Glastonbury and Kathleen Mazauritis of Canterbury; a brother, Andre Malaspina of East Windsor; two sisters, Theresa Varni of South Glastonbury and Louise Marone in California; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Hartford Lung Association, 45 Ash St., East Hartford. 
Malaspina, Angelo Joseph (I26217)
 
220 Anita Garcia Benjamin
Age: 95 ? Essex Junction, VT
Anita Garcia Benjamin, 95, of Essex Jct., died peacefully on April 2, 2016 at home.
She was born in Barre, VT, the daughter of Gervasio Garcia and Isabel Ontanon Garcia, both from the Province of Cantabria, Spain. She was a graduate of Montpelier High School in 1936, first working for Triple A in Montpelier, VT and then moved to Washington, DC to work for the Pentagon during the second World War. On June 22, 1945 , she married Donald W. Benjamin and they moved to Middlebury, VT, established Benjamin Brothers Dry Cleaners and raised their family. Anita worked for many years in the Insurance industry, beginning with Cooperative Fire Insurance of Middlebury and finally retiring from the Insurance Industry in the 1980's. Anita was a passionate collector of antiques, loved American History and was able to satisfy that love by becoming a guide at the Shelburne Museum for the next 18 years, those years being some of the happiest of her life.
Anita possessed a keen interest in politics, was an avid reader, enjoyed skiing and golf and played Bridge well into nineties. This past year on her 95th birthday, she was fondly remembered by many at the Essex Junction Senior Center at which she volunteered for several years.
She is survived by Trudy Martin of Portland, ME, Nancy Shea, Morgantown, WV, and Robin Noble and husband Spencer of Essex Jct., VT; five grandchildren, Kyle Bates, Stowe, VT, Curtis Bates, Portland, ME, Noah Rheaume, Brattleboro, VT, Gail McClead and husband BJ, Morgantown, WV, and Anna Sheridan and husband, Keenan, Savannah, GA; her three great-grandchildren, Brody, Harper and Aurelia Sheridan of Savannah, GA, and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.
Anita is predeceased by Julia Garcia of Barre, VT, and Olga Gomez, Montpelier, VT.
The family would like to thank her longtime caretaker, Dawn Bain of Colchester for all her care, support and kindness to Anita and the family.
Contributions to her memory can be made to The Essex Rescue, One Educational Drive, Essex Jct., VT 05452.
Anita's ashes will be interred a later date this Spring 
Garcia, Anita (I05138)
 
221 Anita M. (nee Daly) Dunn Of South Milwaukee, passed away Dec. 12, 2002 at the age of 89 years.
Beloved wife of the late Clarence Dunn.
Loving mother of the late Esther Vasquez and W. John (Janet) Philip.
Proud grandma of 11 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grand- daughter.
Dear sister of Leland (Mary), the late Norman (the late Louella) and James W. (Marilyn) Daly.
Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
A Mass of Christian Burial Wed., December 18th at St. John's Catholic Church, 800 Marquette Ave., South Milwaukee, with the Rev. Robert Betz celebrant.
Visitation Dec. 17 at the Funeral Home from 4 PM to 7 PM. (Parish Vigil 7 PM) and Dec. 18 at the church from 9:30 AM until time of Mass. Entombment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery.
--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 16, 2002 
Daly, Anita Mary (I32223)
 
222 Anita P. Bump, 74 of Middletown, formerly of Portland and Rockfall, wife of John. F. Bump passed away Wednesday June 3, 2015 at Middlesex Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Sarah (Long) Piatti. Born on January 31, 1941 in Middletown, she lived in Portland for most of her life before moving to Rockfall and then to Middletown. She worked for Durham Manufacturing for many years and was a member of the Church of St. Mary in Portland. Besides her husband, she leaves her sons, William J. Warner of Durham, Robert Warner and his wife, Amanda of East Hampton, and Dean T. Warner of Middletown, daughter, Sherilyn D?Erocle of Bradenton, FL, stepdaughters, Anne and Debra, brothers, Joseph Piatti Jr. and James Piatti and his wife, Rose both of Portland, 7 grandchildren, 5 greatgrandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by a brother, Thomas Piatti and by a stepdaughter, Mary. Funeral services will be held Monday June 8, 2015 at 10AM from Portland Memorial Funeral Home 231 Main St Portland with a Mass at 11AM at the Church of St. Mary 51 Freestone Ave Portland. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Portland. Relatives and friends may call on Sunday from 2 to 5PM at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wadsworth Glen Resident Activity Fund 30 Boston Rd Middletown, CT 06457. The family would like to thank Dr. Pace, Middlesex Hospital and Wadsworth Glen for their care and support. Piatti, Anita M. (I24985)
 
223 Ann E McConnell

NIPISSING: The funeral service for Ann Edith McConnell was conducted by Rev. Rick Hobbs on Monday, December 5, 2005 at the Paul Funeral Home, Powassan.
Organist for the service was Shirley Loy and the communal hymn was The Old Rugged Cross. Soloist Pauline Beatty performed The Rose and guitar soloist Fred Robertson presented an original composition. Tributes were delivered by granddaughter Tammy McConnell, Shelly Storie read The Great Philosopher Jimmy Dean. Casketbearers were Shawn, Shane and Don Storie, Dale, Tammy and Bonnie McConnell. Interment took place at Nipissing Cemetery.
Following the committal service, the McConnell family welcomed relatives and friends at a luncheon at the Powassan Legion Hall.
Ann McConnell died suddenly at Niagara Falls General Hospital on Wednesday, November 30, in her 88th year.
Ann was predeceased by her husband Charlie Melville (Mel) McConnell (1919-1990), her son Ross (1938-1983), two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
She was the loving mother of Shirley McConnell and Gerry McConnell (Lucille) of Niagara Falls, Glen McConnell (Christine) of Callander, Roy McConnell (Mary) of Callander, Cheryl Storie (Sam Peragine) of Niagara Falls and grandmother of 27 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Ann was the dear sister of Laura Ryder of Otterville, Elva Vollick of Callander, Delta Bouchard of Bracbridge, Dan Waldriff of Redbridge and Lucy McVeety of North Bay and was predeceased by siblings Elsie Johnston, Ruth Dennison, Jim and Jack Waldriff. She was the mother-in-law of Morag (Mona) McConnell, Susan McConnell and Don Storie.
Ann was born June 1, 1918 in Nipissing Township on the family farm on Muskeg Road. She was the third of 11 children of Alice (Smith) and Isaac Waldriff.
As a child, Ann walked to school at the corner of Sunset Cove Road and Highway 534.
She met Mel McConnell at a social and the two were married on August 12, 1938 in North Bay. Ann and Mel made their home wherever Mel could find work, including Parry Sound, Sarnia, Powassan, Timmins and 17 years in Niagara Falls, before moving to Callander in 1968.
Three of their children, Ross, Gerry and Shirley stayed in Niagara Falls, while Glen, Roy and Cheryl grew up in Callander.
Ann was a natural mother and homemaker. She loved sewing and baking, often producing up to 60 loaves of bread at at time to sell.
Ann had a special interest in music, particularly country Gospel.
Following Mel's death on November 15, 1990, Ann continued to live on her own. Although Glen and Roy kept a close eye on their mother , after a bout in the hospital and the onset of failing health, it was decided that Ann should move to Niagara Falls to live with Cheryl.
She was very comfortable in her new home, bonding completely with her home care nurse. Despite four years of shingles and almost constant pain, Ann continued to do her dishes and clean her house (something she was very particular about!). She loved the climate of the Niagara area and delighted in the plants and fruit trees in the backyard.
Even through the roughest times of her illness, Ann continued to make people laugh with jokes and pranks. Her sunny personality and sense of humour helped her through the pain.
Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Paul Funeral Home, Powassan.

Almaguin News 
Waldriff, Ann Edith (I01535)
 
224 Ann Lackey Stanton of Tyler Ave., Groton, passed into the presence of her Lord at Fairview, Odd Fellows Home, on Thursday morning, Feb. 26, 2009.
Ann was born in Groton, on Dec. 14, 1925.
In February 1950, Ann became the first police woman in the City of Groton. Serving 33 years, her love of children shown in the compassion she had whenever and wherever she saw a need. She also served in many ways in her church, Groton Heights Baptist.
Ann is survived by her husband, William C. Stanton of Groton, formerly of Mystic; her aunts, Isabell Adams and Lucy Doyle; her stepchildren, Diane Cohen and her husband, Ken, and Gary Stanton and his wife, Lucy, and their children; as well as many caring cousins.
Ann was predeceased by her first husband, Lyle Lackey; her mother, Viola Doyle; her aunts, Dorothy Weinberg, Elsie Noyes, and Alice Teuton; and two uncles, Howard Doyle and Fred Doyle.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 21, at Groton Heights Baptist Church, 72 Broad St., Groton. Private interment was held in Starr Burying Ground, Groton.
Byles-Groton Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements.
--Published in The Day on Feb. 28, 2009 
Doyle, Ann May (I28327)
 
225 Anna L. Bricks, 46, of McNinch Road in Ossian passed away Sunday afternoon Aug. 22, 1993 in Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville following a long illness.
Born Sept. 26, 1946 in Dansville, she was the daughter of Elmond and Mary Pfuntner Clark. On July 6, 1968 she married Alton P. Bricks who survives.
A graduate of SUNY-Geneseo in 1968, she was a speech therapist at the Canisteo Elementary School in Canisteo for 25 years, having to retire because of her illness.
She was a former Secretary/Treasurer of West View Cemetery Association in Ossian for many years. A former Livingston County 4-H leader, a former member of the Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1130 of Dansville and was involved in the Livingston County Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Surviving including her husband Alton are her son, Michael (Lisa) Bricks stationed in England while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps; two daughters, Mary Bricks of Perkinsville and Melissa Bricks of Dansville; her mother, Mary Clark of Wayland; three sisters, Sally (Richard) Jansch of Dansville, Shirley Clark of Wayland and Velma (Art) Kahn of Cohocton; three brothers, Raymond (Madeline) Clark of Mt. Morris, Elmond Clark of Binghamton and Richard (Pam) Clark of Wayland; a grandson, Matthew James Markel; 10 nieces, seven nephews, three grand-nieces and one grand-nephew; several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Arrangements were by the Hindle Funeral Home, 271 Main St. Dansville where a prayer service was held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Dansville. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Springwater. 
Clark, Anna L. (I399)
 
226 Anna Louise Boos passed away Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at the age of 93. Anna was born July 13, 1920 in Battle Creek, Michigan to Alexander and Anna Mitchell. While living in Battle Creek Anna met Dick, the love of her life, on a blind date. They were happily married 67 years, residing most of those years in Okemos. Anna worked 37 years as an executive secretary for Telford and Doolen, Inc. in Lansing. Anna was a life member of Beta Sigma Phi, a national sorority of business women. Anna loved life and embraced everything she did with enthusiasm and joy. She played in two golf leagues until this past summer. Anna and Dick enjoyed traveling around the world, spending the past 30 winters in Naples, Florida where they were active in their church and the Thursday Morning Bible Study. While in Okemos, Anna and Dick were blessed by their home church, St. Luke Lutheran. Anna was preceded in death by her parents and her beloved husband, Richard. Anna will be missed by many dear friends, both in Michigan and Florida. Everywhere she went she made friends. Heaven's gain is our loss. A memorial service will take place Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 11:00 AM at St. Luke Lutheran Church, Haslett, MI. Visitation at 10:00 AM. Memorial contributions in memory of Anna may be made to: Tri-County Office on Aging, 5303 S. Cedar, Building 1, Lansing, MI 48911 or St. Luke Lutheran Church, 5589 Van Atta Road, Haslett, MI 48840 The family is being served by Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes, East Lansing Chapel. Mitchell, Anna Louise (I20557)
 
227 Annette DeSanto Brockway, of Glenwood Road, Clinton, died Sunday at the Madison House in Madison. She was 82.
She was born in New Haven and lived in Clinton over 30 years. Before her retirement, she was a nurse's aide in the shoreline area for many years. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Church of the Visitation in Clinton.
She is survived by three daughters, Marcia LaCroix of Westbrook, Linda Lanziero of West Haven and Joyce Brockway of Florida; 10 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Her husband Russell Brockway and a son, also Russell Brockway, died previously.
The funeral will be celebrated Thursday at 11 a.m. at St. Mary's Church of the Visitation in Clinton. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Clinton. Calling hours are at The Swan Funeral Home, 80 East Main St., Clinton, Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. 
Desanto, Annette (I27252)
 
228 Annie (Clark) Goff, 79, wife of the late Gerald Goff, of Spider Hill Road, Haddam, passed away Jan. 23, 2011, at Middlesex Hospital.
Annie was born Sept. 20, 1931, in Middletown, the daughter of the late Cleveland and Jane (Janes) Clark. Prior to her retirement, she was employed as a shipper for Remington Rand.
Ann is survived by her daughter, Kathy Ronchetti of Haddam, her son, Philip Goff of Haddam, her granddaughter Nicole Ronchetti and her great grandson, Caleb Bump, sisters, Ruthie Rich, Mabel Knick, MaryLou Bombaci, Thelma Flanagan and Ethel Weber.
She was predeceased by her son, Delbert Goff, her brothers, James and Harold Clark, and her sister, Lillian Goulet.
Funeral services will be private and will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made in Annie's name to The Connecticut Humane Society. 
Clark, Annie M. (I25704)
 
229 Annie C. Powers LaPlace of Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook, and formerly of Centerbrook, died Wednesday at Gladeview Health Care Center in Old Saybrook. She was 91.
She was born in Deer Isle, Maine.
She leaves three daughters, Eunice Tolx of Old Saybrook, Cecilia Fickett of Middlefield and Colleen Traynor of Cross Junction, Va.; five sons, Milton LaPlace of Clinton, Richard LaPlace of Victorville, Calif., David LaPlace of Gardner, Maine, George LaPlace of Middlefield and Robert LaPlace of Old Saybrook; a sister, Doris Hardy of Deer Isle, Maine; 28 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 10 Prospect St., Essex. Burial will be in Joshuatown Cemetery, Old Lyme. There are no calling hours. Donations may be made to the First Baptist Church Building Fund, Susan Origlia, Treasurer, 10 Prospect St., Essex, CT 06426. Robinson, Wright & Weymer Funeral Home, 34 Main St., Centerbrook, is in charge of arrangements. 
Powers, Annie Caroline (I25491)
 
230 Annie Evelyn McArthur died July 20 in the Almonte General Hospital after being ill for two months. She was 77. The Country street apartment-dweller was born Aug 12, 1914 to the late George Peacock and the late Anne Munro. She was married the late Alex S. McArthur July 11, 1936. She is survived by sons Stuart of Hudson, Que., James of Surry, B.C., Clare of Ottawa, Gordon of Almonte, daughters Anne Lowe of Ottawa, Catherine Ethel Pringle of Ottawa, Mary Warren of Ottawa, Dorothy Woods and Diane Little of Wawa. She is also survived by brothers Wilbert of Carp and Nelson of Armstrong B.C. and sisters Caroline Ethel Donaldson of Almonte, Lena Rhodey of Pakenham and Murial Wark of R.R. 1 Almonte. She was predeceased by son Keith, daughter Linda, brother Everette and sisters Katie Paterson and Jean Peacock. The funeral service was held at the Gamble Funeral Home July 24 at 2 p.m. Carson Wallace and George Poole led the service at the Gamble Funeral Home. Burial was at the Auld Kirk Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edwin McKirdy, Delmer McKirdy, Pete Munro, Harold Hogg, Alex Hazelwood and Bill Munro.
--1992, Wednesday July 29, The Almonte Gazette page 12 
Peacock, Annie Evelyn (I02764)
 
231 Annie Parry
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Perry, Annie May (I06622)
 
232 Annie Parry
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Camillia, ? (I06636)
 
233 Annie Pye married to Harry Pye (aka Henry)
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Mills, Annie (I10698)
 
234 Another member of Americas "Greatest Generation" has passed.
Robert Franklyn Passut of St. Johnsbury, 90, and most recently of The Canterbury Inn, passed away Sunday, July 19, 2015, surrounded by his family.
Robert was born in Greenfield, Massachusetts, on Aug. 24, 1924, the son of Frederick and Marjorie (Robinson) Passut. He was predeceased by his first wife, Thelma (Royce) Passut, on Feb. 21, 1978, and his second wife, Benita (Boardman) Passut, on March 10, 2012. He also was sadly predeceased by two of his three sons; his oldest Blaine Bernard on May 5, 2011, and his youngest son Barry Robert on Jan. 14, 2013, and by his sister, Margery (Passut) Bean and her husband Benny Bean, of Lyndonville.
The majority of his working career was as a machinist with Fairbanks-Morse Co. from where he retired in 1989 after 40 years. At that time, he and Benita moved to Jensen Beach, Florida where he worked for Publix Super Markets.
He enjoyed his retirement wintering in Florida and spending his summers at their camp in Sutton North Ridge.
He is survived by his son Brent F. Passut and his wife Patricia (Davio) Passut of St. Johnsbury, daughter-in-law Pamela (Lacroix) Passut-Sanford of St. Johnsbury; eight grandchildren: Blaine's children Tracey (Billings) and Jeremy; Brent's children Jeffrey, Justin (partner Erin), and Jordan, Barry's children Tiffany (Danner), Timothy 'TJ', Nathan Leach and all their families; 10 great-grandchildren. He leaves the extended Boardman family members which include Jerry, Bonnie, Jane, Susan, David, Paul, Sheila, Ellen and James and their families which include 11 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. Additional survivors also include former daughter-in-laws Dawn Beliveau and Kathy Dastalto, one niece Sharon (Bean) Dolloff and nephews Steven, David, Jeffrey Bean and families.
A special thanks goes to stepdaughters Susan Deslauriers for her calls every single night, and to Ellen Boardman for her special lunches and picnics, and to granddaughter Tracey for having her Bumpa up to the house for weekly meals.
Robert proudly served in the Army during World War II in the Italian campaign. He was a member of Company A of the 351st Infantry, Regiment T in the 88th Infantry Div. of the 5th Army. He later served in the Vermont National Guard and was called to duty during the Korean conflict.
Burial services with military honors will be held at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in August at the family's discretion.
Memorial contributions may be directed to The Canterbury Inn, 46 Cherry St., St. Johnsbury.
Sayles Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. 
Passut, Robert Franklyn (I31692)
 
235 Anthony Swalwell, Age 24 of Alice, born Alice. Bachelor, Farmer, son of Walter Swalwell and Johana Swalwell of Alice.
Susan Edwards Age 20, of Alice, born Walford, Spinster, daughter of Thosa Edwards and Deilia Edwards.
Witnesses: Leland Sweat of Alice and Susan Watson
Marreid at Twp of Alice Sept. 21, 1881
Methodist, married by Carl Album by License. 
Family (F0302)
 
236 Anthony Swalwell, an English Civil Engineer, canoed into Ottawa in 1825 to survey the building of the first road and assisted in the building of the canals. Swalwell, Anthony (I29653)
 
237 ANTON EVERETT "TONY" OLSEN Passed away after a lengthy illness at his residence in Glenboro, MB on Tuesday, February 11, 2003 at the age of 68 years, Anton Everett "Tony" Olsen, formerly of Morden and Mowbray area. Tony leaves to mourn his loving wife Grace (nee Morrow) children, Bruce (Diane) of Winnipeg, Debbie of Glenboro, Rick of Steinbach; grandchildren, Dana, Troy, Leah and Amy; brother Fred (Pat), sister Karen Janicki and sister-in-law Marie Barron (Bill) as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Fred and Antoinette, infant sister Jeanette, brother Adelor, sister Donna and husband Bob Dobson and by a brother-in-law Fred Janicki. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, February 15, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. in the Willmor Chapel, 415 Broadway St., Glenboro, with Rev. Doug Craig officiating. Interment will take place at a later date in the Snowflake Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tonys memory to the Glenboro Palliative Care Unit, Box 310, Glenboro, MB R0K 0X0, or to a charity of ones choice. Jamieson Funeral Service of Baldur-Glenboro in care of arrangements. 1-204-827-2480.
-- As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 13, 2003 
Olsen, Anton Everett (I843)
 
238 Apoplexy  Bolles, Lemuel Nelson (I07369)
 
239 Apoplexy Wiley, Seth E. (I05446)
 
240 Appendicitis  Polhemus, Deborah E. (I05646)
 
241 Appendicitis Spencer, Thomas (I2119)
 
242 Apprentice carpenter in England UK. First convicted for running away from his master. He then stole some Carpenters tools, and because it was his second offence he was transported to Tasmania around 1830 (age 22) on the ship "Surrey". He married when he had served his term.

According to Tasmanian records, John Pickering's birth year was 1813; married in Hobart 1844 to Ann WATCHORN b. 1827. One son Matthew Edward b.1848.

According to FREW records, John PICKERING b.1808, married Ann(e) WATCHORN in Tasmania 1837. 
Pickering, John (I01134)
 
243 April 1913.

Schools Closed for funeral.

The Morrison schools closed Friday afternoon in respect to the memory of Mrs. Charles Fletcher whose funeral services were held that afternoon in the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Fletcher was a teacher in the grades of the local schools for a number of years. Her funeral was the largest in this city for many months. Fifty mourners occupied the seats around the bier at the church in addition to two hundred others who assembled to pay their respects to their beloved friend. The floral tribute paid the deceased was unusually large and beautiful..


Mrs. Fletcher?s funeral today.

A large crowd from Morrison was well as from out of town attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Charles C. Fletcher this afternoon. Services were held at the home at 2 pm and at the Presbyterian Church at 2:30, Rev. W. C. Crofts officiating. Burial took place in Grove Hill cemetery. The floral tribute paid the deceased was unusually large and beautiful..
 
Douglass, Luta (I17513)
 
244 April 26, 2005
Conn.'s first housing for the hearing impaired planned for Middletown

For a fortunate few, the isolation that comes with deafness and is sharpened by old age could be eased with a housing project of their own in Middletown.

About 100 people gathered on Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony for the 16-unit complex for the elderly who are hearing impaired, a facility Middletown officials say is the first of its kind in the state and one of only a few in the country. The nearest housing for the hearing impaired is in Danvers, Mass.

The crowd included deaf people, advocates for the hearing impaired, city officials and others. Construction is expected to be completed in less than a year.

Bessie Diot, 77, who lives alone in Meriden and has applied to move in at the new housing complex, said she has visited similar places in Ohio and Massachusetts, but wants to stay in Connecticut.

"Community is so important," she said through an interpreter. "Socialization is so important. I need human contact."

-- Hearing Loss News and Reviews 
Diot, Bessie L. (I08904)
 
245 April 26, 2005
Conn.'s first housing for the hearing impaired planned for Middletown

For a fortunate few, the isolation that comes with deafness and is sharpened by old age could be eased with a housing project of their own in Middletown.

About 100 people gathered on Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony for the 16-unit complex for the elderly who are hearing impaired, a facility Middletown officials say is the first of its kind in the state and one of only a few in the country. The nearest housing for the hearing impaired is in Danvers, Mass.

The crowd included deaf people, advocates for the hearing impaired, city officials and others. Construction is expected to be completed in less than a year.

Bessie Diot, 77, who lives alone in Meriden and has applied to move in at the new housing complex, said she has visited similar places in Ohio and Massachusetts, but wants to stay in Connecticut.

"Community is so important," she said through an interpreter. "Socialization is so important. I need human contact."

-- Hearing Loss News and Reviews 
Diot, Bessie L. (I08904)
 
246 ARCADIA ? Kenneth Morris Dolph, 76, died Saturday, April 29, 2006, at his home.
He was born in Gilmore Township on June 1, 1929, the son of Norris and Frankie Dolph. Ken served in the United States Air Force for 21 years, also participating in the Korean War. He was a member of the Eagles and American Legion Post No 221.
Ken was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed all aspect of being outdoors, such as feeding and watching the birds and deer, camping or RVing, and in his younger years he snowmobiled. He was also an automobile collector. He served on the Elberta Parks and Recreation committee. Ken was known to have a great sense of humor.
Surviving is his most treasured companion of 16 years, Fern Plant; five children, Debbie A. (James) Juergens, Dixie A. Dolph, Billie J. (William) Hughes, Donald W. (Deena) Dolph and Donna L. Roberts; 12 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; siblings, Duane (Jane) Dolph, Pat (Gordon) Danke, Maudie (Charles) Anderson and Sanda (Jack) Willsey; sister-in-law, Anna Dolph; four step-children, Roger, Kim, Brian and Lisa; numerous nieces and nephews; extended family, Lee and Dawn Plant; Debi and the late Herman Grostick; Carol and Dave Johnson; Sue (Gary) McPherson; Sherry and Jerome Snyder; Diane Oatley and Rich; and Amy Bower.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Douglas, and nephew, Carl Anderson.
Visitation will be Wednesday, May 3, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Benzonia Chapel of McElduff-Jowett Funeral Homes.
Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 4, at the funeral home, with Rev. Robert McLaughlin officiating. Burial will be in Blaine Twp. Cemetery.
Those desiring may make contributions to the Elberta Parks and Recreation.
The Benzonia Chapel of McElduff-Jowett Funeral Homes; Cremation Service is handling the arrangements.
This obituary was originally published in the Record-Eagle. 
Dolph, Kenneth Morris (I22097)
 
247 Archibald CAMPBELL, 22, yeoman, Lanark, same, s/o Archibald CAMPBELL & Marion GEMMEL, married Margaret Morrow McMUNN, 22, Lanark, same, d/o Thomas McMUNN & Jane MONROE, witn: Archibald & David CAMPBELL of Lanark, 8 Sept 1871 at Lanark Family (F4139)
 
248 Arlene Mae Boehmke Behrens Titler, 89, formerly of Alburnett, died Sunday, January 5, 2014, at Linn Manor Care Center, Marion, from complications of Parkinson?s Disease. Funeral Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, January 9, 2014, at St. John Lutheran Church, Center Point. The family will greet friends from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at Murdoch Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Marion, and one hour prior to the service at the church. Graveside Services: 2:00 p.m. Thursday, January 9, 2014, at Center Point Cemetery, Center Point.
Survivors include her children Connie (Terry) Bright, Cathie Humann, Kay (Everett) Weaver, Chuck (Kim) Behrens, Pam (Roger) Carlson, Lori (Mark) Lebeda, and Donna (Roger) Oellrich; daughters-in-law, Mary Behrens and Jan Behrens; 26 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; a sister, Dorothy Brecht; a brother, William Boehmke; and a step-daughter, Marva Neighbor.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Karl Behrens; her second husband, Marvin Titler; two sons, John and Tom Behrens; son-in-law, Gary Humann; step-son, Ron Titler; step-daughter, Darlene Feight; three brothers; two sisters; and one infant granddaughter.
Arlene was born on April 23, 1924, in Keystone, Iowa, the daughter of F. William and Anna (Kramer) Boehmke. She was baptized and confirmed at St. John?s Church in Keystone. Arlene worked as a teacher for five years, until beginning her family. On December 30, 1945, she was united in marriage to Karl Behrens in Keystone. He died December 2, 1963. She then married Marvin Titler on June 29, 1974, in Alburnett. He died March 21, 1996.
Arlene was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Center Point. She enjoyed sewing, cooking, and quilting. She was a part of the Alburnett Book Club and Ladies Aid at her church. Arlene especially enjoyed taking care of her family. 
Boehmke, Arlene Mae (I28877)
 
249 Arline R. (Cordes) Smith, 98, died Friday at Heritage Hall surrounded by her family. She was born in Springfield and lived in Agawam before moving to West Springfield in 1946. Arline was a member of the Agawam Baptist Church, the Amicadia Church group and was active in ceramics. She was predeceased by her husband Edward A. Smith Sr. in 1983, her son Edward A. Smith Jr. in 1972 and her daughter Suzanne Safarik in 2017. She leaves her daughter Paula A. Remington and her husband Ward of West Springfield, two sisters Vivian Roberts of Agawam and June Kennedy of Wilbraham, five grandchildren Deborah Hinks (Timothy), Doreen Pedro (Stephen), Donald Welch (Dorothy), Denise Pellitier (Timothy) and Dawn Platanitis (George) and 11 great grandchildren Alexander, Austin, Michael, Edward, Amanda, Avery, Logan, Mya, Timothy, Ryan and Devon. The funeral will be Wednesday from West Springfield Curran-Jones Funeral Home at 9:00 am followed by services at the Agawam Baptist Church at 10:00 am. Burial in Springfield Street Cemetery. Calling hours are Tuesday 4:00 to 7:00pm. Cordes, Arline R. (I08887)
 
250 Arlis Eleanor Mellor, 86, of Columbiana, OH, died at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 28th, at the home of her son, John Mellor, with whom she resided. She was born September 6, 1925 in Battle Creek, MI, the daughter of Basil Wesley and Nellie (Corteway) Pennock. She graduated from Battle Creek High School in 1943 and in 1948 graduated as a nurse cadet from Battle Creek's Community Hospital School of Nursing She married Stanley J Mellor on August 7, 1948 and they had five children. Stanley died March 3, 1989 in Akron, OH. She was a member of the Alpha Phi Beta Sorority and volunteered at Barberton Hospital in Ohio. She is survived by her children, David (Sucile) of Williamsburg, MI; Dean of Los Angeles, CA; Andrea (Larry) Mellor-Frey of Hamilton, OH; Joel (Sue) of Akron, OH; and John (Michele) of Columbiana, OH. Also surviving are her sisters, Barbara Harness of Jackson, MI, and Judy (Tom) Williams of Battle Creek, and 7 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her brother, John Lee (Vivian) Pennock and her grandson, Staff Sgt. Christopher Frey. The family has entrusted the Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana with the arrangements. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of the Valley, 5190 Market St., Boardman, OH 44512. Seederly-Mong & Beck Funeral Home in Columbiana, Ohio has been entrusted with the arrangements.
Published in Battle Creek Enquirer Wednesday May 30, 2012 Page A5 col. 1 
Pennock, Arlis Eleanor (I06543)
 

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