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staff of medical schools and hospitals. In his special

pages were unavoidably delayed until too late to appear



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ESSEX COUNTY



department of Dcrmatulogy he has been called to address
the nurses in the training schools of twelve hospitals
from Bangor, Maine, to New York City.

Never seeking political office, Dr. Bangs is always
interested in civic welfare, and his only election to a
political office followed a nomination (of which he was
unaware for several days) to the school committee in
his native town. As a teacher in the public schools his
efTort was always to urge his pupils to fit themselves
for the higher positions in life, and it is with great satis-
faction that he has received many letters and words of
appreciation in later years from the pupils of long ago.
Having some capacity for organization work, he has
been called to serve in many societies and organizations,
frequently in a secretarial capacity, since he was eighteen
years old. Seeking to extend the opportunities for
higher education to the many who could not otherwise
obtain them, Dr. Bangs became one of the organizers
and a trustee of the University of Massachusetts, Inc.
(not a State university), and organized the School of
Pediatry, which was imperatively needed, as there was
no such school in New England, and only six in the
United States. To this and other departments of the
university he has given freely of his time, and now
serves as president. He is also a trustee of Limerick
(Maine) Academy from which he graduated in 1882.

Dr. Bangs early became convinced that service was
the chief demand of citizenship, and that worth to a
community is measured by the ability to serve it. So,
unblessed by wealth, he endeavored to compensate by
liberality in the philanthropy of effort, and to give his
best service to those community duties which he was
called to assume.

The Old Home Week movement inaugurated by
Governor Frank W. Rollins, of New Hampshire, ap-
pealed strongly to Dr. Bangs, for in it he saw a means
of returning to New England some of the resources of
men and means of which the appeal of the West had
depleted the East. He helped to organize and became
the e.xecutive vice-president of the Massachusetts Old
Home Week Association, of which the governor of the
Commonwealth was president. He furnished the statis-
tical studies, so widely copied, showing the great tide
of migration that had poured out of New England in
past generations to populate other States. He was also
secretary of the New England Old Home Week Asso-
ciation of which Governor Rollins was president, and
had a good opportunity to see the great benefit of the
movement as shown by the purchase of ancestral homes,
the rebuilding of old churches, the endowment of the
old schools and academies, and the general reawaken-
ing of the feeling of appreciation of a sturdy New
England ancestry in those who had left the old homes
to seek their fortunes in distant States.

The development of the schools of the country held
for Dr. Bangs a strong interest, and he has made a very
extended study of the changes of government in our
endowed schools in an effort to determine the cause of
the success or failure of the schools established through
philanthropy before the State had realized its full
obligation to its citizens in providing the opportunity
for all required higher education.

The story of the Swampscott settlement, as related
by Dr. Bangs on the historical pages of this work, recalls



tlie fact that at a time when one of the houses rich in
historic tradition was threatened with destruction, it was
assigned to Dr. Bangs to gather the evidence to estab-
lish or refute the traditions with historic facts. Six
months of study convinced him that the house known
as the "Old Humphrey House" now standing at No. 99
Paradise road, Swampscott, was without reasonable
doubt, the house built by (or for) Deputy Governor
John Humphrey, and that it was standing in 16,37 and
probably in 1634; thus identifying it among the oldest
houses in New England and possibly placing it in the
undertakings of the fifth year of the settlement of Lynn.
Dr. Bangs is vice-president of the Swampscott Historical
Society (Incorporated), which has purchased the Hum-
phrey House and thus saved from irreparable loss one
of the most sacred of our Colonial relics. He is also
a member of the Lynn Historical Society. In igog he
became a member of the Sons of the American Revolu-
tion, and has served as the historian of Old Essex
Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, of Lynn,
since that date. On April 19, 1919, he was elected vice-
president of the Massachusetts Society, Sons of the
American Revolution, and after serving in that capacity
lor three years he was elected president in 1922.

In June, 1894, Dr. Bangs married Miss Eva A.
Parcher, daughter of George and Emma Chase Parcher,
of Saco. Maine. Miss Parcher was secretary of the
Maine Board of World's Fair Commissioners, and trav-
eled in New England and Mexico in 1892 in the inter-
ests of the World's Columbian Exposition. They now
reside in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Their union has
been blessed with two children, a son, William Parcher
Bangs, born March 29, 1900, now a student at Boston
University: and a daughter, Althea Bangs, born August
27, 1904, and a student at the State Normal School at
Framingham, Massachusetts.



REV. ALBERT VIRGIL HOUSE, of Danvers,

Massachusetts, was born August 21, 1867, in Prince-
ton, Minnesota, where his father was a home missionary.
The family moved to Iowa when he was a year old,
and when he was ten to Clay county, Kansas. After
four years removal was made to Crete, Nebraska, where
young House entered the academy connected with Doane
College. He graduated from the latter institution, hav-
ing taken one year of his college course in Beloit Col-
lege, Wisconsin. For two years he taught in the acad-
emy at Weeping Water, Nebraska. In September, 1891,
he entered Andover Theological Seminary, at Andover,
Massachusetts, from which he was graduated in June,
1894. He supplied the Congregational church in West
Salem, Massachusetts, from April, 1893, until he grad-
uated from the Seminary, when he was settled as pas-
tor, being ordained June 20, 1894. and remained until
1003, when he was called to the pastorate of the Lake
View Congregational Church, Worcester, Massachu-
setts, and remained there until 191 1. His ne.xt pastor-
ate was with the Union Congregational Church, South
Weymouth, Massachusetts, January 29, 191 1, to October
I, 1914. On the latter date he became the minister of
"First Church Congregational," of Danvers, Massachu-
setts, where he is now in his ninth year of service. Dan-
vers was formerly included within the limits of Salem,
and was in early years known as Salem Village. The



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493



church of which Mr. House is now pastor was origi-
nally known as The Church of Christ in Salem Village,
and dates back to 1672, when preaching was begun,
though the church organization was not effected until
1689. The two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the
beginning of preaching in Salem Village (preparations
for the observance of which are mentioned in the church
history of Danvers, prepared by Mr. House for this
work), was duly celebrated in a commendable program
covering the week of October S-15, 1922. Mr. House giv-
ing the historical address on Sunday afternoon, October
8th. Mr. House is much interested in local and New
England history, and has spoken often on historical
topics in Danvers and other towns.



RANSOM C. PINGREE, one of the foremost law-
yers of Essex county, Massachusetts, has been a resi-
dent of the city of Haverhill in that county since a boy
of five years, and from the time his years permitted, he
has been one of the active public workers of that city,
and in numerous ways has aided in its development and
upbuilding.

Mr. Pingree was born at Lewiston, Maine, August 23,
1884, and his ancestry is among the oldest in the New
England states, he being ninth in direct descent from
the founder of the family who settled in Ipswich in
1641. As above stated, when Mr. Pingree was five years



old his parents came to live in Haverhill, and there he
attended the public schools and prepared for college,
graduating from Harvard College in 1906 and two years
later from the Harvard Law School. During the years
he was studying, Mr. Pingree defrayed his expenses by
reporting on the Boston "Herald," and through tutoring.
He was also clerk of the Legislative Committee em-
ployed in recodifying insurance laws. Thus early in his
career he displayed those admirable qualities which have
been an important factor in his present success.

Immediately after attaining his degree, Mr. Pingree
engaged in the practice of his profession in Haverhill,
and it was not long before he began to take an active
interest in the public affairs of that city. In 1914 he was
appointed city solicitor, which office he held for the two
years following; in 19:7 he was elected a member of the
school committee and was reelected to this office in 1919.
Since 1913 he has been a member of the board of trus-
tees of the Haverhill Public Library, and is also a trus-
tee of the Bradford Academy, and of the John Green-
leaf Whittier Home Association.

Since 191 1 Mr. Pingree has served as president of the
Haverhill Boys' Club, and during the World War he
was particularly active in the drives and other patriotic
work. In his career as a public servant, Mr. Pingree has
achieved a very enviable record, and in all the offices to
which he has been appointed, he has always sought to
discharge his duties in the most commendable manner.



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INDEX



ADDENDA AND ERRATA

Eaton, Wilbur K., p. 69. The Allen Bread Memorial Tablet referred to in this narrative is presented on page
384, Vol. I, of this work.

Kennedy, Frederick W., p. 361. Frederick Kennedy, father of Frederick W. Kennedy, was married in Black-
stone, Massachusetts, and not in Ireland, as the sketch seems to infer.



Abbott, Andrew M., 180

Cora E., 102

Eva R., 449

Freeman R., 102

Herbert M., 449

Isabella S., 102

Lillian M., 450

Marshall R., 180

Moses, 449

Sarah F., 180

Sylvester W., 180

William E., 449
Abrams, Arthur P., 355

Charles W., 355

Ella F., 355

Lyman H., 354

Warren F., 354
Acker, Albert C, 339

David A., 339

Henry, 339

Henry, Jr., 339

Henry P., 339

Naomi S., 339

Robert R., 339

W'ilber W., 339
Adam, Honore, 450

Leenda J., 450

Peter K., 450

Rose, 450
Adams, Carrie E., 447

Ethel M., 236

George A., 236

Jophanis, 447

Louis S., 447

William F.. 236
Aiken, Alice E., 367

David L., 366

Jacob. 367

Vaughn U., 366
Ainsvvorth, Eveline M., 470

Harold, 470

Utley, 470
Alexander, Isabella K., 359

John, 359

John W., 359
Allen Show Print, 392
Allen, Aggie A., 179

Archer I., 392

Daniel, 93

Doris, 93

Effie S., 142

George H,, 141, 142

Grace M., 250

Harry C. 418

Herman K., 392

Irving W., 392



INDEX

Jacob A., 141

James B., 250

John E., 93

Margaret, 179

Robert, 178

Robert T., 178

Sarah E., 418

Sarah L., 142

Stewart, 178, 250, 418
Alley, Frank M., 253

John, 253

Mary A., 254
Andersen, John, 472

Ole, 472

Ragnhild, 472
Anderson, Dorothy L., 465

James, 465

John N. (J. Norman), 465
Andrew, Benjamin, 165

Francis, 165

Frank M., 166

Mary A., 166

Thomas E., 166
Andrews, Burton E., 412

Fred P., 391

Henry, 412

Henry F., 412

Henry W., 412

Joseph E., 391

Mary C. 391

Minnie F., 412
Archibald, Carrie B., 218

Fred N., 218

Frcelom N., 218
Arnold, Bessie, 254

Charles W., 124

John E., 254

John W., 124

Mildred, 124

William E., 254
Aronson, Bettina, 226

Charles, Dr., 226

Nathan, 226
Arrington, Benjamin F., 187
Atherton. Edilh E., 30

Horace H., 30

Horace H., (2), 30

Humphrey, Gen., 30
Attwill, Augusta, 71

Henry C, 70

Isaac M., 70
Atwood, Hawes, 411

Ida, 412

Samuel L., 411, 412

William B., 412
Audet. Edith M., 268



Frank X., 267
Oliver J., 267
Ayer, Albert, 147
Auson B., 147, 464
Fannie, 147
George H., 464
Mariona, 464

Bailey, Edwin W. N., 144

Elmer S., 235

Forest E., 482

George J., 235

Helen, 145

Iva M., 197

John, 197

Lillie E., 235

Priscilla, 482

Samuel R., 144

Simon, 235

Walter S., 197

William E., 482
Baillie, James, 330

Margaret C, 331
Bailly, Alexander, 86

Charles L., 87

Elizabeth, 86

Emile W., 86

George D., 87

Irene F., 87

Nellie, 87

Raymond G., 87

Rene E., 87
Bain, John B., Dr., 203
Baker, Andrew C, 408

Charles, 408, 409

Hattie M., 409

Luella M., 169

Sidney C, 169

Walter, 409
Balch, Hiram T., 82

Nellie B., 82

Raymond T., 82

William, 82
Balcom, Addie, 45

John A., Dr., 45

John H., 45
Bamford, Charles, 420

Charles W., 420

Lydia M., 420

Robert T., Lieut, 420
Bangs, Dr. Charles H.,

Eva A., 492

William B., 491
Barker, Frederick R., 464

George M., 464

Mathilda, 464



498



ESSEX COUNTY



Barnaby, George A., 405
Barnard, Doris H., 323

James L., 322

Ralph W., 322
Barnes, Charles E., 94

Edgar S., 94

James E. (J. Edgar), 94

Jennie L., 94

John M., 94
Barry, Alice L., 34

Ethlyn M., 62

Hannah J., 34

James P., 342

James J., 34

Jennie B., 80

Margaret, 342

Mary A., 34

Michael, 62

Patrick, 33, 342

Richard, 3^^

Richard P., 79

Thomas M., Dr., 62

William J., 79

William R., 34
Bartlett, Albert L., Hon., 11

Patience, 11

Thomas, 1 1
Batchelder, Arthur P., 106

Bessie L., 96

Charles C, 481

Charles S., 105

Cyrus T., 105

Ezra, 4S3

Frank E., 483

George D., 4S1

Harold P., 106

Henry M., 27

Horace J., 95

J. Franklin, 95

Louise E., 481

Mabel S., 106

Martha O., 27

Mary S., 483

Nathaniel H., 27

Roland B., 27

Samuel H.,27

Samuel L., 27

Stephen, Rev., 27

William O., 27
Bathrick, John J., 475
Battye, George W., 381

James, 3S1

Mary E., 381
Baxter, Elton B., 398

Emily, 308

Herbert E., 397

William, 397
Bayley, Dorothy F., 379

Herbert S., 379
Beal, Annie C, 334

Florence, 334

Fred C, 334

Fred C, Jr., .134
Bean, Charles H., 58

Elkanah F., 58

Jennie M., 59

John, 58

Martha E., 59

Mary E., 59
Beaucage. Arthur, 444

Eleonore, 444



Beckford, Arthur W., 95

Harrielte P., 95

Samuel, 95
Belleville, Aurore, 337

Caroline, 337

Isiase, 337

Joseph L., 337
Benirovvski, John, 489

Stella, 489
Benner, Bertha A., 100

Clarence F., 99

Frank R., 99
Bennett, Cora E., 370

Eugenia, 241

George E. (G. Edwin), 241

Gertrude, 241

Hamlin P., Dr., 50

Jeremiah, 241

John N., 369

Mary E., 241

May J., 50

Orville F., 369

Philip E., 241
Bennink, Donald C, 126

Gerrett J., 125

Katherine A., 126

Leonard E., 125
Benson, Charles L., 483

Edna M., 483

Michael, 483
Bergeron, Napoleon, 264

Rose, 264
Berry, Adeline A., 457

Benjamin, 88

Henry N., 88

Mabel L., 88

Ralph, 457

Samuel, 457
Berwick, Frank G., 356

Louis P., 356

Yvonne, ?S7
Best, Ellen J., 486

George C. 486

Samuel. 486
Biddle, Grace W., 253

William E,, 253

William E., Jr., 253
Bigelow, George, 268

Lottie M., 269

Willinm H., 26S
Bird, John, 371

John, Jr., 371

John F., 371

Louis A., 371

Mar.garet, 371
Bishop, Charles H., 398

Marion A., 398

Salaime, 398
Bixby. Adeline J., 54

Amos C, 53

Charles F., 53

Joseph, 53

OHver E., Dr., 53
Blackburn. Edwin L., 270

Lewis C, 270

Mary A., 270
Blake, Albert N., 119

Ferdinand L., 10

Harold F., 10, 11

J. Albert, 119

Mabel, 119

Mary E., II



Blanchard, Frank L, 265, 266

Frederick, 90

Frederick W., 89, 90

Harriet, 266

Horace W., 265

Jeremiah, 90

Jeremiah (2), 90

Joseph, 90

Marie A., 91

Myles, Capt., 265

Samuel, 89

Thomas, 89, 90
Bleyer, Anne, 441

Theo., 441

William F., 441
Blunt, Charles H., 373

Joshua, 373

Susan, 373
Boardman, Daniel, 395

Martha L., 395

Moses N., 395

Seth H., 395
Bodwell, Alice P., 250

David, 250

Fannie E., 256

Frederick E., 256

Joseph E., 255

Oscar R., 249, 250
Boland, Mary, 363

Peter J., 362

Thomas H., 362
Boody, Everett S., 484

John. 484

Jonathan, 48 1.

Luella L., 484
Boothby, Charles H., 64

Ella M., 64

Henry, 64

Ichabod, 64

Ora W., 64

Samuel, 64
Bourque, Henry N., 385

Mary, 385

Xiste, 385
Bontwell, Alice, 25

Alice J., 25

Arthur, 25

Chester, 25

Frederic S., 25

Samuel H., 25

Winthrop, 25
Bowden, Mary E., 45

Russell, 45

Thomas J., 45

Thomas R., 45
Bowdoin, Albert U., 393

James W., 395

Maria A., 395
Bowcn, Alfred P., Dr., 248

Caroline R., 248

H. Ashley, 12

Harriet L., 12

J. Herbert, 12

Joseph H., 248
Bowie. James, 469

Lilla M., 469

Samuel A., 469
Bownes, Betsey M., 338

Frank, 337

William H.. 337
Boyd, Alice L., 322

George F., 321



BIOGRAPHICAL



499



Joseph R., 321

Minerva R., 322
Boydcn, Amy L., 91

Roland W., 91

William C, 91
Boyle, Mary G., 333

Matthias, 333

William E., 333
Brackett, Gertrude, 432

Karl S., 431

Walter F., 431
Bradford, Bertha S., 488

Park A., Rev., 488

Roy H., 488
Bradly, Lillian, 207

William C, 207

William G., 207
Bradstreet, Alvah J., 418

Bertha, 418

Cordelia W., 418

William, 418

William H., 418
Bragdon, C. E., 384

Elizabeth, 3S4

William E.^ 384
Bray, Eliza, 219

Pauline, 219

Wilhelmine S., 219

William, 219
Breed (Bread), Allen, 69

Andrew, 69

Asa, 69

Edith H., 52

George H., 52

Martha E., 70

Sidney I., 69

William J., 53

William N., 52
Breen, Gertrude C., 467

John, 467

John J., 467
Bridges. Jacob A., 107

Matthias V., Dr., 107

Vij-ginia R., 107
Briggs, George L., 478

Grace L., 130

James W., 478

Mary E., 479

Samuel B.. 130

W'illiam H. H., Dr., 130
Broadhurst, Ellen M., 343

John, 342

Walter, 342
Brooks, Alice M., 407

Arthur J.. 407

Charles H., 407
Brostrom, .\ndrew G., 112

Charles G., 112

Elizabeth M., 112

Emma, 112
Brown, Abbee M., 263

Ada E., 262

Belle J., 264

C. Ernest, 263

Charles H., 263

Elmer E., 262

Horace, 262
Browne, Delia, 348

James, 348

William N., 348
Bruno, Louis, 452

Marion, 453



Bryant, Frank A., 328

George W., 328

James A., 228

James L., 228

Mary, 328

Susan A., 228
Bryden, Alexander, 433

Frederick A., 433

Frederick E., 433

Lillian, 433
Buck, Clifton L., Dr., 134

Grace M.. 134
Buckley, Mary J., 241

Patrick J., 240, 241

William, 240
Budgell, Elmer W., 218, 219

Frank W., 219

Grace F., 219

W. J., 219
Bugler, Andrew P., Dr., 155

Margaret, 155

Patrick, 155
Bullock, Althea, 270

Arthur M., 270

Russell, 270
Btirke. Henry J., 213

Lolalia, 392

William E., 391

William E., Jr., 391
Burkhardt, George F., 268

Herbert W., 268
Burnham, Charles B., 19

Charles L., 19

Chester C, 386

Clara M., 421

Frank E., 421

George F., 386

Josepluis, 421

Laura M., 387

Louis B., 421

Lydia S., ig

Margaret E., 421

Roy G., 421
Burrows, Egbert, 15

Ethel M., 15

Walter L, 15

William H., 15
Burton, Catherine, 409

Edward M., 409

Frank L., 409
Busfield, Jeanett, 451

John A., 451

Walter, 451
Butler, Ferdinand A., 336

Ferdinand A., Jr., 336

James, 436

Mary, 456

Serena, 336

Walter J., 456
Butterfield, Bertha L., 257

David L., 256

Frank W., 256

Harry D., 256
Byard, .Mice L., 272

George M., 272

James P., 272

Lloyd E., 272

Roy P., 272
Byrne, Chester E., 68

James E., 68

Jeremiah. 68



Leroy R., 68
Lizzie E., 68

Calitri, Angeline, 437

Constant, Dr., 436

Joseph, 436
Callahan, Henry F., Dr., 380

John J., 380

John J., Jr., 380

Julia, 380

Margaret, 446

William, 446

William H., 446

William J., 380
Cameron, Colin J., 167

Delia B., 167

Edward, 167
Camire, Joseph, 446

Merilda, 446
Campbell, Alice M., 358

Amy E., 256

Charles E., 256

Edward T., 256

Fred R., 256

Joseph M., 357

Laura C, 256

Sarah, 411

William, 410

William C.,410

William M., 357
Cannon, .\rthur, 240

J. W'alter, 240

John, 239

Mary A., 239

Raymond, 240

Thomas J., 239

Thomas S., 240

William H., 240
Caranci, Angelo, 4S8

Annie T., 221, 489

Domnick, 220, 488
Carey, Frank L., 76

John T., 76

Madaline E., 76

Martin, 76
Carlson, Alex H., 447

Cecelia. 447
Carr, Bridget, 182

James, 182

Peter, 181
Carroll, Agnes, 416

Arthur E., 95

Charles M., 443

Cora L, 95

Henry C, 416

Henry C. (2), 416

John D., 417

John H., 416

John T., 95

Joseph E., 443

Mary J., 443

Michael, 443

Samuel B., 95

William P., 443
Carter, John W., 389

Leonardo W., 388, 389

Maude. 389
Carton, Richard, 227

Robert L., 227

Susan, 227
Carveth, Florence R., 274



500



ESSEX COUNTY



Harry, 274

Harry, Jr., 274
Cary, Charles H., Heel Company,
The, 453

Charles H., 453

Rose, 453

Silas, 453
Cashman, Alice, 441

Howard J., 441

John, 441
Cassey, Clara C, 118

Ernest A., 118

James, 118

James, Jr., 118

Sydney, 118

Thomas E., 118
Cathcart, Barnard B., 466

Ethel, 466

Ralph W., 466
Cavanaugh, Agnes A., 409

George F., 409

James, 409

Jane, 409
Caverly, Maude E., 42

Robert W., 42

Seth W., 42
Chamberlain, Albert H., 146

Annie R., 146

Volney R., 146
Chandler, Adelaide P., 145

Frederic N., 78

Frederick W., 145

Genevieve, 79

Henry F., 78

James H., 145
Chapman, Andrew, 160

Anna F., 160

Eliphalet, 160

Samuel W., i5o
Chapnt, Edonard, 271

Josephine, 271

Paul N., 271
Chase, A. Washington, 183

Amos B., 393

Charles C., 183

Charles R., 197

Edward E., 386

George H., Prof., 394

Henry E., 152

Laura, 197

Levi, 393

Lucette E., 152

Luke, 152

Mary E., 183

Maud D., 64

Mial W., 6^

Myra P., 386

Nathan, 152

Sarah A., 394

W. Fred, 197

William E., 197

William F.. 197

Zachariah J., 63, 386
Chickering, Arthur P., 345

Ruth, 345

William W., 345
Childs, Edward B., 261

Elizabeth V., 261

George A., 260

Martin W., 260
Chiofnlo, Anthony, 487



Frank, 487

Mary, 487
Chouinard, Elizabeth, 404

Hermel, 404

Joseph H., 404

Mila, 404
Clapp, Charles E., 482

Levina L., 482
Clark, Alfred S., 208

Charles H., 162

Clara H., 20S

Frederick L., 356

Harold S., 208

Harry S., Dr., 113

Howard T., 162

J. Lewis, 356

James H., 356

Louise, 114

Mary L., 162

Susan, 356

Sylvester, 113

William A., 207

William A., Jr., 207
Clarke, Albert W., Dr., 189

Harry C, Dr., 25

Henry D., 25

Israel J., Dr., 189

Nellie E., 190

Sarah A., 25
Cleary, J. Edward, 272, 273

Patrick, 273

Rosalie, 273
Clifford, Bertha A., 421

Charles A., 127, 421

James H., 127, 420

James H., Jr., 421
. Mary, 421

Mary L, 128

Teresa, 421

Thomas, 421

Thomas F., 421
Clogston, Armanda C, 456

Herbert, 455

John F., 455
Clnutman. Fred J., 115

Frederick W., 115

Mary A., 115
CofTey, James E., 333

Margaret, 122

Michael, 122

Michael J., Rev., 122
Colbert, John, 360

Margaret S., 361

William H., 360
Colby, Abram W., 169

Anthony, 14

Belle, 170

Joseph K.. 14

Kimball G., 14

Mary A., 14

Wallace, 169
Cole, Albert S., 16

Arthur L., 125

Cora E., 17

Edith L., 125

James S., 125

Jane G., 51

John, sr

Lyman W., 16

Richard T., 51
Collins. Allen G., 37J, 374

Charles E., 4.30



Edward, 430

Elvira C, 373

Enoch, 461

Frederick J., 461

George Z., 461

Harriet A., 461

Jennie, 155

John, 155

John L., 155

L. Waldo, 373

Vesta v., 431
Comley, Joseph H., 424

Joseph H., Jr., 424

Mary, 424
Comparone, Francesco, 435

Raphael A. A., 435

Teresa, 435
Conant, Benjamin, 379

Benjamin V., 379

Nellie B., 379
Connell, Arthur W., 269

Edward M., 269

J. Everett, 269

John, 269

Margaret F., 269

Patrick, 269

Richard H., 269

Sherman J., 269
Connelly, James, 164

Martin F., 164

Nelle M., 164
Conner, Chandos B., Dr., 237
Connerv, Lawrence J., 47

Mary T., 47

Patrick, 46

William P., 46

William P., Jr., 47
Connolly, Bernard, 419

Mary B., 420

Michael J.. 419
Connors, Elizabeth, no

Maurice E., no

Michael, no
Cook, Albert C, 191

Charles A., igi, 192

Edwin, 191

Edwin, Jr., 191, 192

Eleanor, 192

Ethel F., 192

Gordon M., 347

Manasseh, 347

Mary F., 192

Rebecca M., 347
Cooper, Alden V., Dr., 234

Daniel T., 234

Helen P.. 2^4
Corning, Daniel B., 326

Douglass D., 327

Florence N., 327

George P., Capt., 326

Grover T., 327
Corson. Bessie C, 403

Martin Van B., 403

Ulysses M., 403
Co'~tigan. Kathcrine C, 236

Michael, 236

Michael F., 236
Cote. Alfred, 322

Alize. 322

Joseph H., Rev,. 322
Cotter, Catherine E., 4

James, 4



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James J., 5

Patrick, 4
Couch, Albert I., 243

Alice M., 244

Benjamin, 243

Joseph, 243

Walter S., 243

William, 243
Cousens, Clara A., 484



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