Norway Deaths, 1901-1922

 
Source: Charles Foster Whitman, A history of Norway, Maine: from the earliest settlement to the close of the year 1922 [Ancestry.com] (Lewiston, Me.: Lewiston Journal Printshop and Bindery, 1924).

The following deaths are taken from that section of Whitman's History of Norway called "Annals from 1900 to 1923"—which in truth runs from the beginning of 1901 to the end of 1922.

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1901
Deaths: Feb. 1, David S. Andrews 65; Feb. 21, Mrs. James C. Bennett 85; Mar. 1, James Packard about 80; Mar. 7, Mrs. Enoch Morrill about 87; Feb., in Colorado, Mrs. Benj. Tee about 70; Jan. 20, Eliza Ann Parsons 73; Jan. 28, Wm. S. Pingree 70, and Thomas J. Hobbs 71; Mar. 18, in San Francisco, Cal., Mr. George E. Gibson 73; Mar. 9, Mrs. Edmund Frost 74; April 1, Albert Coffin 68; Apr. 2, George Austin 65; Apr. 5, in New York, Luther P. Tucker 69; Apr. 27, Ai J. Rowe, former postmaster, 48; May 3, David Sanborn 84; May 5, Mrs. Hannah Judkins 85, and Mrs. Elmira Merrill 68; May 17, Mr. Wm. H. Warren 71; May 29, Mrs. Hannah Tubbs 91; June 2, Mrs. Olivia Jones 72; June 5, Mrs. Ann C. Dudley about 83; June 4, John C. Saunders 59; June 13, Wm. C. Jordan 82; June 18, Mrs. Sarah (Crockett) Freeman 80; June 25, Mrs. Hannah (Richardson) Harris 69; July 16, Sam'l P. Frost 86; Sept. 4, in Rochester, N.H., Charles W. Howe about 50; Oct. 10, Dimon Hamilton about 59; Oct. 14, J. Frank Bradbury 63; Oct. 13, Mrs. Sam'l J. Frost about 70; Nov. 2, in Boston, Rev. J. C. Snow 68; Nov. 19, Azel Bumpus 81; Nov. 24, Oliver Shackley 64; Nov. 26, Mrs. Lottie E. Austin about 65; Dec. 2, Mrs. Martha A. Long about 69.

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1902
Deaths: Jan. 5, in Augusta, Susan E. Gilkey 68; Jan. 6, Mrs. E. Augusta (Noyes) Millett 58; Jan. 18, John Henry Millett 76; Jan. 20, at Church Hill, Md., B. Frank Morse, a native of Norway 72; Jan. 26, Sarah E. (Brown) Hazen 56; Jan. 30, Emeline A. Millett 70; Feb. 7, in Newton Falls, Mass., Wm. D. Merrill of the 17th Me., 76; Feb. 14 in Genesseo, Ill., Martha A. Parsons 79; Mar. 24, James H. Jordan 74; Mar. 29, Myra P. (Hall) Noble 52; April 10, Edmund Ames 78; Apr. 15, Silas H. Wetherbee 65; Apr. 28, Joseph A. Snow 79; May 26 in Turner, Mrs. Rufus A. Prince 70; May 25, Belle Dutton 38; June 3 in Otisfield, John A. Bolster 79; June 25, Mrs. Harriet Frost 74; July 4, Mrs. Winthrop Stevens 82; July 7 in Concord, Mass., Mrs. Eben C. Andrews 81; July 18 in Essex, Vt., Henrietta C. Barton 70; July 28, John H. Witt 73; Aug. 6, Isaac F. Whitcomb 62; Aug. 23, Capt. Jonathan Blake 85; Oct. 5, Dea. Wm. S. Pratt 70; Oct. 1 in Alexandria, Va., Willard Buck 73; Oct. 16, Mrs. Jennette (Thomes) Gardner, a most estimable lady, 68; Dec. 3, John N. Baker 75.

1903
Deaths: Jan. 7, Mrs. Lucinda E. Foss 75, and Henry A. M. Bradbury 72; Jan. 25 in Dorchester, Mass., Francis S. Parsons 66; Jan. 17 at Soldiers' Home, Togus, Isaiah V. Penley 76; Jan. 29 in Haverhill, Mass., Mrs. Lizzie S. Warren 58, and in Allston, Mass., Cyrus Cobb 69; Feb. 11, Annette (Stetson) Crockett 60; Feb. 10, Ezekiel C. Jackson about 82; Mar. 9, in Westerville, Neb., Horace A. Burnham 50; Mar. 11, in Idaho Falls, Ia., A. J. Buck 67; Apr. 11 in Stoneham, James L. Parker 72; Apr. 18, Joseph H. Kimball 80; Apr. 19, John A. French about 86; Apr. 20, Chas. G. Mason 45; May 4, Sarah Lord 88; May 9, Mary F. Davis 66; May 30, Mary F. (Haskell) Danforth; June 8, Mary Francis Jordan 67; June 11, Ephraim H. Brown about 85; July 16, Viana (Perham) Churchill 71; Aug. 16, Lewis B. Swett 72; Aug. 28, Albert F. Andrews 67; Sept. 14, Mary

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A. Briggs 66; Jane (Frost) Gammon 86; Sept. 27, Sarah H. Morse 51; Sept. 30, Mary P. Cullinan, native of Ireland, 64; Oct. 10, James Smith 66; Oct. 10 in Creighton, Neb., Benj. G. Holt about 77; Nov. 4 in Newtonville, Mass., Mary (Tucker) Howe 86; Nov. 7 in Medford, Mass., wid. Willard H. Woodbury 69; Dec. 6, Ira Moulton 70; Dec. 11, Martha A. Owen about 69; Dec. 12, Lewiston, Mrs. Hannah Long 69; Dec. 22, Ansel Dinsmore 88.

1904
L. Edwin Judkins was drowned near the Crockett bridge, July 28, under circumstances which might indicate foul play, but the coroner's inquest reported it to have been accidental drowning.

Deaths: Jan. 12, Brunswick, Jed. Woodbury 64; 28, Portland, Fitzroy Bennett 58; Feb. 5, John King 83; 10, Frank E. Williams 55; 13, Sarah A. Marston about 78; 18, John Needham 76; Mar. 2, Capt. Amos F. Noyes 91; 22, Franklin, Mass., Dr. Jeff C. Gallison 62; 28, Mr. Osgood N. Perry 77; 27, Newton, Mass., Geo. F. Evans 61; Mar. 8, Abigail Rowe 85; 12, John G. Stone 55; 22, Lewiston, Miss Bessie Horne, a most popular and lovable young lady, 21; Apr. 8, Mrs. Frances E. Cummings 68; May 30, Mrs. Charlotte Grant 66; June 19, Lewiston hospital, Mrs. Petronelle Lafairere 44, and at Conway, N.H., Frank Crockett about 75; July 20, Whitney Buck 63; Owatana, Minn., Hon. Mark H. Dunnell about 80; Sept. 3, Samuel Foster 95 yrs. 7 mos., the oldest person in town; 22, Abba D. (Hill) Howe 82; Oct. 15, Bradbury C. A. Pingree 86; 30, Hannah P. Noble 71; Nov. 7, Cyrus M. Buck about 80; Peaks Island, Sam'l H. Howe 55; Prof. Wm. E. Frost, Westford, Mass., 64; Dec. 19, Newtonville, Chas. J. Snow 33; 29, Mrs. Hannah Stuart 66.

1905
Deaths: Jan. 3, Daniel Mackay 67; 4, Samuel Fessenden Stearns 73; 18, Louisa D. (Sawyer) Sanborn 91 nearly; 27, Cheri L. Paragard about 66; 31, Leroy L. Merriam 56; Feb. 12, Alfred Shattuck 83; 27, Hon. Joseph F. Stearns 63; Mar. 14, Mrs. Azel K. Bumpus 80; 12, Hezekiah Pingree 76; Apr. 9, Capt. Jonathan Whitehouse 92; Mar. 16, Utica, N. Y., Rev. W. W. Hooper 52; May 1, Lyman Durrell 77; 21, Mrs. Stephen L. Etheridge 62; 29, at Brunswick, Ernest W. Drake 35; Aug. 16 at Seattle, Washington, Mrs. Sabrina E. (Bradbury) Shedd 83; Sept. 2, John Wyman 67; 3, Wm. W. Fiske 95, the oldest person in town, and at

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Togus, John W. Foley 71; Aug. 23, in Dedham, Mass., Chas. C. Sanderson; Oct. 12, David W. Frost 80; Nov., Nancy Marshall 83; 19, Jane E. Kimball 78; Dec. 7, Woodstock, Chas. O. Goodwin; Dec. 18, Fred H. Holmes 70.

1906
Deaths: Jan. 9, Mrs. Lydia Winslow about 79; 11, Casco, Joseph W. Parker 86 nearly; 29, Rev. Jabez E. Budden 73, a native of England; Sanford H. Walcott 67; Feb. 1, Auburn, Hosea H. Huntress 82; 10, Hanover, Mass., Mrs. Kate (Hobbs) Millett 37, interment in Norway; 22, Yarmouth, Abby L. (Ham) Horne; 28, Calais, Gen. Benj. B. Murray 78; Mar. 9, Lynn, Mass., John A. Keene 83; 17, Lynn, Ivers L. Witherell 85; 26, Miranda T. Sawyer 79; Apr. 5, Cornish, Norman Buck 41; 19, Mrs. Sarah E. Morse 70; 25, Lavinia Robbins 81; May 5, Mark Lucas 84; 6, Lucy E. Hall 77; 17, Henry Russell 83; June 9, Frank F. Stevens 76, and Sarah A. Holt 90; July 11, Geo. W. Stone 86; 16, Austin, Minn., Hannah B. (Crockett) Noble 87; Sarah G. Brown 84; Aug. 9, Clinton Mills 63; 4, Leominster, Mass., David F. Noyes 89; Sept. 19, Dr. Servilla A. Bennett 77; 19, Bethel, David Gorham 75; 25, Portland, Mrs. E. Ellen Clark 71; Nov. 14, Rollin Towne 76; 28, Lawrence, Mass., Victoria A. Whitmarsh 69.

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1907
Deaths: Jan. 10, Chas. S. Carter 50; 17, Orin Tubbs 85; 29, Joe Holt 69; Feb. 7, Eveline Bartlett 82; Mar. 3, Jere D. Cragin 65; 13, in Phila., Pa., Wm. H. Whitcomb 67; 27, Boston, John A. Ordway 81; Apr. 1, Malden, John F. Devine 61; 16, John M. Cummings 66; 12, Brooklyn, N.Y., Donald B. Seitz, an only son, 8; May 3, Mary Ann (Irish) Rice 83; 5, Clara O. Foster 62; 15, Mrs. Alvin Brown 52; 18, Arthur L. Hutchins 26, drowned; 23, Josiah Stone 75; June 10, wife of Chas. S. Penley 64; 12, Keziah (Hill) Noble 94; B. Chaffin 78; July 10, Buckfield, Hosea Bonney 70; 11, Red Creek, N.Y., Philo S. Cherry 77; 25, Calvin Richardson 82; Aug., Jamaica Plain, Mass., Addie E. (French) Pierson 55; 24, Mrs. Sarah Crosby 79; 26, Mrs. Abigail Stone 75; Sept. 2, Providence, R.I., Angie F. (Shackley) Carpenter 56; Mrs. Joshua C. Yeaton 75; Oct. 2, Benj. Bacon 73; Nov. 3, Portland, Caleb C. Buck 74, Edwin Thompson 65, and Leonard A. Carter 76; Nov. 1, Rebecca Whidden 82; 11, in Lincoln, Neb., Daniel H. Young 74; Nov. 7, Swampscott, Mass., Geo. T. Crockett 40; 16, Arthur W. Frost 57; Dec. 2, Minneapolis, Minn., Ada A. Noble 60; 13, Rachel (Porter) Witt 83; 18, Kennebunk, Chas. C. Tebbetts 56; 22, Mrs. Calvin Shedd 80.

1908
Deaths: Jan. 25, 1908, Dr. Augustus N. French 63; Feb. 2, Sebastian S. Smith 89; 13, Martin Lovejoy 79; Dorcas C. Barrows 77; 3, Wm. H. Hillier 75; 8, Theodore L. Webb 49, Mrs. Calista Richardson 74; 13, George E. Horr 68; Mar. 3, Geneseo, Ill., Octavia J. Parsons 77; 5, Harriet (Millett) Jackson 77; 6, Harriet Swett 78; 14, Mrs. Mary A. Gary 88; 25, Mark Pride 39; Apr. 11, Lucy J. Carter 78; Sophia M. Jones 88; 17, Miss Carrie Fiske 77; April 27, John F. Rice 83; 24, Albinus Bicknell 75; May 7, Elizabeth S. (Crockett) Blake 87, oldest woman in town; Apr. 29, at Baltimore, Md., Amos Packard abt. 80; May 2, Mrs. Eunice A. French abt. 70; 11, Wm. C. Cole 61; 8, Ethelyn A. (Cummings) Herrick 28, 8 mos. 6 ds.; 10, Betsey (Faunce) Greenleaf 81 yrs. 5 mos.; 18, Orin Kimball abt. 80; May 20, Stewartstown, N.H., Horace P. Churchill 71; June 28, Dorchester, Mass., Mrs. Cynthia H. (Crooker) Richmond

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76, interred in Pine Grove Cem.; Portland, Mrs. Cynthia Burnham, wid. Sumner Burnham 98 yrs. 4 mos., buried in Pine Grove; July 14, Elva A. (Caldwell) Cummings; Sept. 21, Sarah (Partridge) Cummings 69; 24, Mary A. (Merrill) Frost 68; Oct. 16, Caroline Davis 80; 26, Lewiston, Frank E. Tower 46, Amanda (Frost) Hobbs 77; Nov. 9, Chas. D. Noble 66; 18, Fred L. Young 80; 27, Mark Wetzler 75; Nov. 15, Otisfield, David L. Holden 65; Dec. 20, Ellen (Churchill) Gerry 70 nearly.

1909
Deaths: Jan. 4, Dea. Osgood Perry 83; 13, Phebe E. (Green) Russell 80 nearly; Feb. 4, Albany, Elvira (Judkins) Cummings 66; Mar. 5, Fishkill, N.Y., Edward J. Flood 61; Mar. 11, Isaac Newell Small 79; 19, Sarah H. Witt 55; 19, Lewis Lovejoy 85 nearly; 26, Wm. P. French 83 nearly; May 20, Brackett W. Marston 69; July 15, Mrs. Mehitable H. Damon 80; 24, Jamaica, N.Y., wid. Merrill J. Rowe 88; Aug. 20, at East Hebron, Josiah Jordan Fuller, 84, suicide; Sept. 6, Hannah E. (Gammon) Hill 55; Sept. 22, George E. Tubbs, treas. Savings Bank, 58; Sept. 20, in Saco, Dr. Clifford L. Pike 50; 9, So. Framingham, Mass., Orlando C. Houghton 78; 24, Mrs. Selden C. Foster 40; Oct. 7, Mrs. Priscilla Foster 74; 8, Mrs. Charlotte Frost 91; Nov. 28, Bolster's Mills, J. Colby Frost 75; 26, Mrs. Marcia B. Charles 87; 27, at Gardiner, Mrs. James L. Partridge abt. 89; Dec. 20, at Topsham, Frank C. Whitehouse 64; 17, Thomas A. Sawin 74; 26, Boston, Susan D. Crockett 67; 25, Columbus Richardson 75.

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1910
Deaths: Jan. in Brookline, Mass., Claudius A. Noyes 90; 2, Bryant Pond, Andrew Hill 80; 17, Portland, Mrs. Thos. Smiley 53; Feb. 3, Frank R. Taylor 67; 5, Rev. Bates S. Rideout 56; Jan. 31, Mrs. Winfield S. Cordwell 71; Feb., So. Paris, Edwin Morgan 67; 10, Wallace D. Cole 70; Feb. 13, Hon. Herrick C. Davis in his 85th year; Feb. 9, Lucy M. (Felt) Davis 80; 18, Portland, Dr. Marcus F. Brooks 63; 18, Sarah M. Cole 61; 27, Geo. W. Locke 71; Mar. 8, Lewiston, Tim Smith 76 yrs. 4 mos. For many years hostler and all round man at the Elm House.—20, Chas. F. Greenleaf; Apr. 17, Maria Pottle 72; May 19, Cambridge, Mass., Arthur E. Denison 62; June 5, Abby (Cox) Bosworth 68; 10, Harriet (Upton) Stevens 91; 15, Susan E. Libby 81; 22, Harlan S. Flint 66; 28, Alonzo B. Brickett 60; 28, in Buckfield, James B. Chaffin 66; July 2, Lavinia (Dunn) French 69; July, Swansea, N.H., Langdon W. Moore, Norway Savings Bank robber; he had quietly lived there about four years; 8, No. Stratford, N.H., Drusilla (Wiley) Danforth 77; she survived her husband 20 years; Aug., Orville W. Collins at So. Framingham, Mass., 55; left widow and two daughters by first marriage; Sept. 9, Allston, Mass., Chas. E. Freeman 52; 16, Soldier's Hospital, Chelsea, Mass., Gardner B. Boynton of Lynn; Sept. 23, Albert C. McCrellis 65; 28, Mrs. Angelia (Tucker) Favor 71; 24, at Los Gatos, Cal., Benj. H. Noble 77; Oct. 20, at Maine General Hospital, Amasa B. Robbins 68; Oct. 7, at Cliftondale, Mass., Gertrude (Hathaway) Briggs 50; Nov. 1, Lavinia B. (Ames) Holt 69; 26, Stephen H. Cummings 78; Dec. 9, Stephen Merrill 86; 17, Mrs. Walter E. Foss 48; Dec. 13, at Togus, Darius F. Pike.

1911
Deaths: Jan. 27, George Merrill 78; 27, Hudson, Mass., Barbara E. Buswell 85, interment in Norway; Feb. 19, Joseph A. Bradley 81; 22, Farmington, Albert H. Williamson 56; 18, Chas. F. Whitney 63; 25, Mrs. Harriet Damon 86; 25, Asenath (Hutchinson) O'Brien 78, interment in Pine Grove; Mar. 5, Ansel H. Cushman 81; 4, Mary T. Needham 85; 9, Chas. E. Holt 76; 18, Elizabeth B. Tubbs 73; 19, Cyrus Woodsum 85; 9, in Los Gatos, Cal., Caroline (Shedd) Noble 77; 21, Mary (Marston) Hall 85; 25, in Brookline, Mass., Rowena (Cox) Noyes 86; Apr. 6, Hezekiah P. Stetson 74; in Poland, Chas. S. Everett 80, the last of 11 brothers, all born in Norway; his brother David died 11 days before; 20, on the town farm, David Holt 60; 24, Weston Frost 75; Apr. 9, Emily (Parsons) Sprinz

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69; Apr., in Hyde Park, Mass., Ella Waite Cobb 59; 28, in Lincoln, Neb., Henry Robie 73; May 1, Mrs. Callie (Burnham) Robie 72; 8, Auburn, Mrs. Florence Andrews 47; May, at Center Meredith, N.H., Mrs. Dorcas A. (Brown) Sanborn 85; May 23, Mrs. Christine Stephens 64; 16, Bethel, Mary (Kimball) Gorham 80; 30 in Oshkosh, Wis., Joseph H. Porter 89; June 2, Peter B. Buck, holder of Boston Post cane; June 1, Arthur E. Norseworthy 49; 10, Leon Merle Watson, drowned, 17; 8, Mrs. Mary A. Whitney 88; 15, Marlboro, Mass., Jonathan S. Herrick 66; 25, Clara (Tuttle) Downing 53; 21, Nancy C. Gary 86; July 8, Milton H. Merriam 71; Aug. 14, New York, Rev. Wm. C. Stiles 60; Aug. 10, Frank M. Ross 68; 11, Diantha L. (Frost) Haskell 81; Sept. 3, Sarah P. Newhall 72; Oct. 5, Waterville, Sewell W. Pratt 79; 18, Lydia T. Fogg 83; Nov. 16, Fannie E. (Clark) Leavitt 52; Dec. 9, Clara H. (Dunham) Hathaway 73; 11, Horace Pike 63; 12, Roscoe Bradbury 68; 23, Susan A. Bonney 78.

1912
Deaths: Jan. 9, Dr. Annette Bennett 53; 24, Mrs. Rebecca W. Knight 67; 29, in Lincoln, Neb., Sumner W. Burnham 67; he was 2nd Lieut. in Co. C 17th Me. from Norway; he had served in both house and senate in the Nebraska legislature; Mar. 9, Freeland Howe 78, result of falling on the ice and breaking hip bones. He had been in the insurance business (coming here from Sumner) for 59 years; 9, Adam Kinsley 76; 10, Cordelia (Watson) Grover 83; 28, Fernald Y. Sawyer 71; 22, Medford, Mass., Chas. E. Dunn 74; 19, Mrs. Otto Schnuer 63; Apr. 19, James K. French 67; 28, Sarah (Shackley) Bartlett 69; May 8, Geo. A. Cole 69; 29, Portland, Eben Marston 86; June 12, Ella A. (Bennett) Noyes 56; 8, Portland, Dr. Warren R. Evans 76; 16, Orin Brown 65; July 3, Chas. W. Dinsmore, a Civil War soldier, 73; 2, Somerville, Mass., wid. Geo. W. Millett 78; 7, Isannah J. Judkins 72; 9, Sylvia M. Bennett, following a surgical operation; 16, wid. Emeline (Stevens) French 79; 27, Abijah A. Reed 86, suicide; Aug. 8, wid. J. E. Budden 85; Sept. 20, Salem, Mass. Hospital, Wm. W. Twombly 67; Nov. 20, Lilla Maud (Meserve) Favor 42; Dec. 19, W. Scott Partridge 65; 21, Gerald Thompson 22, drowned while skating on the lake; Dec. 25, in Portland, Frank E. Bell 54; 20, Jonathan Starbird 76.

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1913
Deaths: Jan. 2, Mrs. Sarah J. Stiles 69; 12, Miriam (Bisbee) Libby 81; do, Aaron Page 72; 17, in Augusta, Henry C. Bradford 80; Jan. 19, Mrs. Hannah H. Jordan 71; 29, Louisa (Dudley) Allen 88; Feb. 25, Auburn, Lee M. Watson 40, suicide; 22, So. Portland, Rev. C. A. Brooks 58; 28, Adelaide (Wilson) Sanborn 62; 27, Wid. Hannah E. Stearns 76; 24, E. Otisfield, Thos. J. Everett 72; Mar. 11, Ellen (Scribner) Bradbury 81 nearly; 13, Warren E. Bartlett 50; Apr. 6, Oxford, Henry Freeman 51; 17, Enoch P. Bartlett 88; 19, Salome (Durgin) Walker 90; 27, in Boston, Mrs. Kate (Frost) Jones 69; May 10, Catharine (Foster) Andrews 71; 17, Clara E. Hamlin 74; 24, Eugene W. Bartlett 52; June 10, Sophia H. Davis 83; June 24, in Lynn, Mass., Lewis P. Bartlett 62;28, Wid. Addie M. Rowe 59; 30, Chas. C. Hill 80; July 28, Wid. Mary L. Howe 77; Aug. 12, Jerusha M. Abbott 81; Aug. 5, Martha A. Cordwell 80; 20, Morrill M. Fuller 71; 22, in Augusta, Anna V. Bennett 61; 19, in Montreal, John W. Swan 54; Sept. 4, in Taunton, Mass., Alonzo Palmer 77; 12, Auburn, Chas. F. Bartlett 40; 22, in Lynn, Mass., Allen F. Bartlett abt. 56; Sept. 19, Cent. Me. Hospital, Sampson Scribner 69; Oct., Me. Gen'l Hospital, Charles E. Brown 65; Nov. 1, Cent. Me. Hospital, Herbert F. Richardson 62; Dec. 20, do., Merritt Frost 56; Dec. 4, Frank S. Gammon 76; Dec. 15, Haverhill, Mass., Abner B. Chase 84; Dec. 25, Ellen (Hobbs) Crockett 76; 27, in Boston, Mary Emeline Reed 78; Dec. 29, Mrs. Melissa Libby 94.

1914
Deaths: Jan. 3, Mrs. Chas. E. Gilbert, a French native of Canada 69; 8, in Portland, L. M. Longley, sen., 87; 22, Mrs. Margaret

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A. Libby, 78, many years president of the ladies' Browning Club; 24, in P.Q., Canada, Anthony Lafariere 70, interment in Rustfield; Feb. 16, Mrs. Sarah E. Packard 79; 19, Agnes J. Kelly 61; 20, Solomon H. Millett 69; 27, Jackson Clark 81; Mar. 5, Geo. I. Cummings 45, fatal accident; 15, Daniel S. Davis at town farm, 83; Apr. 18, Levi Thompson 74; May 2, Chas. L. Hathaway 74; 7, Mrs. J. L. Partridge 71; 24, at Fryeburg, Anna (Chase) Noyes 72; 26, Wid. Vesta (Briggs) Frost 80; 31, Cambridge, Mass., Wid. Sarah E. Hill 86; July 9, Wid. Betsey Jane (Chandler) Bacon 76; 25, Benj. McAllister 20, drowned; 25, Alma (Greenleaf) Bailey 59; Aug. 5, Lydia A. Fuller 77; Sept. 5, Mrs. Maria M. Ryerson 72; 25, Mrs. Harriet M. Hosmer 79; Oct. 3, Wrentham, Mass., Laura J. Reed 77; 13, Horace C. Oxnard 74; 9, Cynthia A. (Perham) Lapham 75; Nov. 8, Woodfords, Maj. Henry R. Millett 79, interment in Pine Grove; Nov., St. Albans, S. H. Goodwin 65; 24, Brookline, Mass., David W. Noyes 67; 14, in Charlotte, N.Y., Rev. Samuel G. Davis 68; Dec. 9, Clara (Bacon) Hosmer 52; Dec. 10, Dr. Frank N. Barker 60.

1915
Deaths: Jan. 5, Yarmouth, Mrs. Helen H. Austin 49; 22, Amos Barker 85; 25, Portland, Ellen T. Wetzler 73; 21, Sam'l H. Legrow 75; 19, Viola E. Swan 78; 27, Capt. Wm. C. Brooks 88; 24, Wid. Lydia A. (Parsons) Titcomb 65; 29, Esther R. Whitehouse 70; Jan., Marietta, Ga., Warren E. Crockett, a "Rough Rider" b. in Norway, 58; Mar. 2, Cassie Smith 67; 13, Lynn, Mass., David Young 80; 10, Silas W. Rowe 74; 20, Agnes (Tucker) Brown 40; 18, in Bath, Geo. W. Hunt 70; Apr. 4, Caroline A. Wetherbee 77; 12, Hon. Alfred S. Kimball 72; Apr. 17, James L. Partridge 77, and Diana (Briggs) Starbird 79; 24, in Brewster, Mass., Rev. Edward S. Cotton 60; May 4, Mrs. Ava Y. Bradbury 53; Apr. 30, Susan (Pike) Kelley 82; May 10, Seba H. Gammon 74; 27, Miss Mary F. Hooper 24 yrs. 7 mos.; June 4, Chester W. Horne 65; July 16, Wm. J. Lewis 70, suicide; 20, Geo. W. Wood 53, suicide; 16, Merritt F. Damon 85; 20, in Waltham, Ella (Sanderson) Chase 64; Aug. 5, Albion Buck 91; Aug., in Manitou Springs, Colo., Wm. B. Tee 86; 18, Rochester, N.Y., Chas. F. Partridge 57; Sept. 1, Ephraim F. Wood 85; 26, at Mechanic Falls, Laurestine L. Denison 90, interment in Pine Grove; 25, Sewell Austin 73; Oct. 4, Wilbur W. Pride 75; 9, Susan R. (Marston) Ryerson 80;

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Jason F. Rowe 74; 13, Persis R. Bradbury 80; 21, Henry Hodgdon 75; 23, Worcester, Mass., Ralph I. Trask 44; Nov. 11, G. Frank Monroe 73; Dec. 19, Cora (Whitman) Greenleaf 52; Dec. 24, Wid. Harriet (Grover) Foster 70.

1916
Frank Young and wife of Auburn and Minnie Chamberlain of Lakeport, N.H., were drowned in the lake near Gibson's Grove, Aug. 23.

Deaths: Jan., at Amesbury, Mass., Arthur H. Swan 44, interment at Pine Grove; 15, at Stoneham, Hon. Jonathan Bartlett 78; Mar. 2, Silas D. Andrews 78; 14 at New Haven, Conn., Eugenia P., wife of Prof. Sidney I. Smith; Apr. 3, Stephen L. Ethridge 76; June 12, at Boston, Chandler Garland, former jailer at Paris Court House, 65; June 18 at Paris Hill, Mrs. Columbia (Rawson) Parris 102 yrs. 3 mos. 21 ds.; July 20, Wid. Alice N. (Shedd) Frost 87; 28, at Minneapolis, Minn., Elliott C. Allen 73; Aug. 24, Almira (Smith) Foster 78; 29, Dr. Prudent Bedard 63; Aug. 25, Clara Perkins 81; Oct. 3, James Danforth 77; 14, Francis (Barrows)

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Partridge 65; Oct. 24, Sarah M. (Whitehouse) Pike 74; Geo. H. Russell Bennett 53; 27, Darius S. Sanborn 74; Nov. 2, Irene G. (Plummer) Locke 75; 12, Mary E. Kneeland 74; Dec. 9, Leonard Flint 76; Dec. 15, Capt. Wright Bisbee 83; Dec. 24, Minnie (French) Stone 55.

1917
Rev. Caroline E. Angell passed to the higher life at Portland, Mar. 28, at the age of 75.

Prof. Herbert L. Russell, principal of the Academy at Owego, N.Y., died Apr. 11, aged 52.

Levi Shedd, a native of Norway, Civil War soldier, sheriff and Co. Com. of Coos Co., N.H., passed away May 8, at his home at West Paris, "aged 84."

1918
John B. Hazen, a Civil War soldier in the First Me. Cav., died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Richard Dietrich in Auburn, May 12, aged abt. 82.

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1919
Early in this year, Lt. Stuart M. Terrier, son of Mrs. Judge Morrill N. Packard of Baltimore, Md., by her first husband, in the aviation service of the U.S., lost his life off the Virginia coast by his airship becoming unmanageable. He was a young man of splendid ability and many noble and manly qualities.

Frank Q. Elliott died at his home on Crescent St., Nov. 6, aged 76.

1920
Hon. John A. Roberts, Commissioner of Agriculture, died at Augusta in March.—Geo. A. Brooks passed away at his home on Water St. after several weeks sickness, Apr. 11.

1921
William W. Whitmarsh, a Captain in the Civil War, town clerk, county commissioner and popu-

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lar landlord of the Elm House, died Mar. 29, aged nearly 86.—Dr. Albert Thompson, lumber dealer, mine owner and able business man died at his home in Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 24.

The body of Wm. H. Stone was brought from France and interred with military honors, in July, and the remains of Ralph O. Millett, in Sept.

Mrs. Clara M. Elliott died in October.

1922
The 93rd birthday of Mrs. Clara A. Hayden on Jan. 25 was observed as usual by her surviving children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren at her home on Pleasant St. She passed to the higher life April 29, following, retaining her faculties almost to the last. She was an exemplary lady, respected and loved by all.—Frank T. True passed away at his home in Council Bluffs, Ia., where he had lived since leaving Norway, from a stroke of apoplexy, Mar. 20, at 61, and Prof. Richard E. Clement at the same age at a hospital in Elizabeth, N.J., following a surgical operation May 6.

Rev. J. A. Seitz, former pastor of the Universalist Society of Norway, passed to the higher life, at his home at Cos Cob, Conn., Sept. 30, at the age of 85.