Note N13515 Index
Herman worked in a hardware store in Pontiac, Michigan. He and Mary had no children.
Note N13516 Index
Vilura was 1 year, 7 months and 8 days old when she died of dysentery. Although her death is registered at Uxbridge, the record indicates that she died in Maine.
Note N13520 Index
A lengthy article about Asher appears in the 1919 publication, MAINE: A HISTORY, Vol. 4, pages 322-323 (op.cit.). It tells of how Asher was exceedingly successful in the livery business in Skowhegan and, a few years later, in Farmington. A great fire in 1886 destroyed his stables, but he soon rebuilt them. His new stable measured 35 feet in width and 145 feet in length. Nearby, he built "a very handsome house, one of the noticeable places of the village."
For a few years, Asher devoted his time to farming, and the last years of his life were spent at both enterprises. During those years, Asher entered many of his horses in area horse races. For 10 years he was the horse race starter at the Franklin County Fair.
Asher was naturally a hard worker. It was said by his doctor that he "used up his strength" by working so hard, and that Asher might have lived longer had he taken things more easily.
Note N13523 Index
Eben died from heart disease.
Note N13541 Index
Sarh died from heart failure.
Note N13544 Index
Basil served in the Army in World War I, enlisting 21 June 1916, and being discharged 19 April 1917. He was a carpenter in Fayette, Maine.
Note N13554 Index
Verne enlisted in the U.S. Army at Portland, Maine, on 16 December 1942, and served during World War II.
He and Catherine married twice. The first time was on 13 December 1941. Apparently, they divorced either prior to his leaving for the Army, or while he was in the service. After the war, they remarried on 29 June 1946.
Note N13565 Index
When he was 14 years old, Frank started a small machine shop which he maintained until he retired in 1962. He is buried in Damon Cemetery, Buckfield, Maine.
Note N13591 Index
Eugene was an engineer for the New Haven Railroad in New London, Connecticut.
Note N13592 Index
Charles was a mechanical engineer, working in a foundry in North Adams (1910) and a woolen mill in Medford, Massachusetts (1920, 1930).
Note N13593 Index
James was a machinist in Waterville, Maine.
Note N13595 Index
Guy was a farmer in Waterville, Maine.
Note N13596 Index
Perl was a deputy marshal, and a merchant, in Waterville, Maine.
Note N13600 Index
Joseph owned a general store in Winslow, Maine.