Note N10864 Index
Lewis' died from drowning.
Note N10866 Index
Louise died at the Norway Rehabilitation and Living Center. She wasa a graduate of Norway High School, was a member of Norway Grange for over 80 years, and a lifetime member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She enjoyed crafts and gardening.
Note N10870 Index
Clarence was a funeral director. He had graduated from the New England Institute of Sanitary Science and Embalming in Boston in 1939, then operated Staples Funeral Service in Welchville, Maine, for many years.
Note N10873 Index
Ernest was a self-employed plumber.
Note N10875 Index
For 53 years, William was owner and operator of a successful fuel oil business in Norway, the W.H. Knightly Company. He was also a veteran of World War I.
Note N10877 Index
Maurice was a gas and oil distributor in Norway, Maine, for 25 years.
Note N10879 Index
Kenneth was a bookkeeper for the Kightly family oil business, a Certified Financial Examiner, and a bank auditor for the Maine Bureau of Financial Institutions. A 1943 graduate of Norway High School, Kenneth went on to graduate from the Maine-New Hampshire School for Savings Banking, The Financial Examiners School in Washington, DC, The National Association of Mutual Savings Banks, and Graduate School of Savings Banking at Brown University.
In 1943, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps and trained as a radar operator. He served throughout the remainder of the war in the Pacific Theater.
He and Ruth had no children.
Note N10880 Index
During World War II, Norman served in the Pacific as U.S. Army Air Corps aircraft mechanic. After the war, he returned to Norway and joined the family business, W.H. Knightly Company, of which he became owner and operator until his death.
Note N10886 Index
A 1944 graduate of West Paris High School, Carolyn worked the J.J Newberry store in Norway, was office manager for W.H. Knightly Oli Company, and she owned The Corner Store in South Paris until her retirement in 1991. She was a member of the Second Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) in Norway and the VFW Women's Auxiliary. She loved animals and nature, spending qualty time fishing and camping and birdwatching. Her last years were spent at the Market Square Health Care Facility in South Paris.
Note N10906 Index
Andrew was a dairy farmer.
Note N10938 Index
Chester was an architect in Newton, Massachusetts.
Note N10941 Index
A 1900 graduate of Brisdgton Academy, George taught school in Harrison for a time. Later, he operated portable saw mills, and was a lumber surveyor for many years. Also, he worked as a lumber cruiser for the E.I. Dupont Company and Fox Lumber Company.
Note N10947 Index
David owned and operated a lumber mill in Stratford, NH. In 1920, he was foreman in a saw mill in Brunswick, Vermont.