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George was a devoted Quaker, deeple committed to Quaker theology. He helped start, and was the first Headmaster of, The Meeting School at Rindge, New Hampshire, in 1957. It was termed "a radical experiment in Quaker education." Later, he served as Field secretary for the Friends Committee on National Legislation in Washington, DC. In 1982, he and Helen were Resident Directors at the Friends Center in Honolulu, Hawaii (Bliss, GENEALOGY OF THE BLISS FAMILY IN AMERICA [op.cit.], Vol. 2, Page 1648).
Note N24242 Index
Marjorie was a librarian at Lynn, Massachusetts.
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Arthur was the Railroad Station Agent at Antrim, New Hampshire. He served in the Army less than a year during the Civil War. He enlisted 13 September 1862 as a Private in Co. B, 16th New Hampshire Infantry, and was mustered out 20 August 1863 (AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS. Ancestry.com).
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George was a farmer in North Berwick, Maine. He and Nellie had no children.
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Miles was commonly referred to as "Captain Shrimp."
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Lewis was a garage mechanic. Sybil was his second wife. His first marriage was to Florence Dyer in 1925.
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Carl was a pianist at the Hotel Oxford in Skowhegan, Maine. Effie sang with him. By 1942, they were living in Winthrop, Massachusetts. He was the pianist at the First Methodist Church there.
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Arthur was drafted into the U.S. Army on 25 June 1918 and served until 27 January 1919.
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Henry immigrated to America in 1910. He was employed as a carpenter by the Maine Central Railroad.
Margaret immigrated in 1912.
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Milton enlisted in the U.S. Army at Portland on 24 April 1943 and served during World War II.
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Howard enlisted in the U.S. Army on 29 January 1944 in Portland, and served during World War II.
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Agnes and Lester separated after their first marriage in 1939, then remarried on 4 April 1958. That marriage was short-lived, as well.
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Lewis served in the U.S. Army during World War II, enlisting 27 January 1943.
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Thomas is a graduate of Shawnee Mission North High School. His first job after graduation was as a custodian at the Shawnee Mission School District.
In 1981, he took the first of several positions within the Human Services field, at The Johnson County Mental Retardation Center, providing services to persons who were physically and mentally challenged. Next, he worked (1983 - 1987) at the New York Foundling Hospital's upstate facility known as the St. Agatha Home, which provides care for neglected and abused chilren as well as mentally and physically challenged persons.
In 1987, he began working as a carpenter in the Greenwich Village and Soho areas of New York City, working on housing projects for employees of New York University and Beth Israel Medical Center. For a few months in 1988, he worked on homes in the exclusive gated community of Tuxedo Park, New York.
Thomas was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Fall, 1989. It was then he decided to leave carpentry work and return to full time work at the St. Agatha Home. Then, in the summer of 1991, he moved to the beautiful State of Maine. Until 1995 (when the facility closed) he was employed at the Pineland Center in Portland.
In 1996, he chose to leave the Human Services field and return to being a carpenter, building custom homes in coastal southern Maine.
Among his interests is genealogy. He has compiled a considerable genealogical database, titled "The Scribner Family" (a portion of which appears in this present compilation) focusing on the ancestors and descendants of Thomas Harvey Scribner. That database is posted on Rootsweb.com.