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1894 Stephen & Rachel twins 1894
Morgan, Stephen (I2487)
1894 Stephen & Rachel twins 1894
Morgan, Rachel (I2488)
1897 Joseph G. Morgan son 1983
His wife 1904 Gertrude H. Irish 1998
Morgan, Joseph Giles (I2490)
Carl W. Delva
July 22, 1898 - May 23, 1977
His wife
Doris Hornbeck
Aug. 22, 1903- June 7, 1994
Delva, Carl Winthrop (I2051)
Carl W. Delva
July 22, 1898 - May 23, 1977
His wife
Doris Hornbeck
Aug. 22, 1903- June 7, 1994
Hornbeck, Doris (I2106)
May 24, 1853 - Feb. 4, 1866
Johnson, Charles Myron "Charlie" (I1010)
Clarissa Morgan
Wife of
Rev. Willard McKinstry
Warwick, Oct. 4, 1900
Leicester, Oct 3, 1951
Lost in God,
in Godhead found
Morgan, Clarissa (I2492)
David Shepardson
died Sep. 9, 1893
Æ. 77 yrs & 11 mos.
Shepardson, David Cook (I2750)
Edgar P. Seward
June 9, 1854 - Mar. 20, 1933
Seward, Edgar P. (I5315)
Edmund Miles Morgan
Oct. 17, 1928 - Mar. 17, 1976
Morgan, Edmund Miles (I2551)
Ellen Maria
dau. of
Calvin W. & Lucy M. Delva
died June 21, 1843
AEt. 2 y'rs
Delva, Ellen Maria (I2022)
wife of David Shepardson
died Sept. 10, 1882
Æ. 74 y's.
Grout, Emily (I2751)
Q.M. Morgan
died Oct. 19, 1888
Æ. 78 yrs.
Morgan, Quartus Miles (I2443)
George O. Wilber
1832- 1892
His wife Susan Delvey
Delvey, Susan (I44)
George O. Wilber
1832- 1892
His wife Susan Delvey
Wilber, George Otis (I66)
Gladys V.
July 12, 1896 - Jan. 18, 1978.
Wilber, Gladys Viola (I111)
Henry F. Wilber
Nov. 9, 1862 - Feb. 20, 1948
His wife
Annie E. Prentice
Nov. 5, 1871 - Apr. 26, 1962
Wilber, Henry Fessenden (I69)
Henry F. Wilber
Nov. 9, 1862 - Feb. 20, 1948
His wife
Annie E. Prentice
Nov. 5, 1871 - Apr. 26, 1962
Prentice, Annie Elizabeth (I108)
his wife
Berthalene A. Webster
Webster, Berthalene Isadore Amelia (I4583)
Hosmer W.
son of
David & Emily Shepardson
d. June 27, 1842
æ. 2 yr, 3 mo
Shepardson, Hosmer W. (I2809)
In memoriam
Henry Shepardson
Jan. 14, 1845 - May 16, 1902
Shepardson, Henry (I3772)
James S.
son of Jonathan & Persis Delvy
died May 29, 1834
Aged 2 mos.
Delvee, James Sawyer (I2668)
Jennie F. Shepardson
wife of
Edgar P. Seward
May 21, 1869 - Sept. 10, 1920
Shepardson, Jennie F. (I5312)
Julia M.
dau. of H. & A. Shepardson
died Oct. 4, 1892
Age 21 yrs. 3 mos.
Shepardson, Julia M. (I5248)
Lizzie A.
dau. of G.O. & S. Delvey
Wilber, Lizzie Antoinette RN (I67)
Lucille R. Roberts
wife of
Raymond H. Moore
Adams, Lucille Roberta (I4582)
M. Nellie Delva
wife of M. B. Johnson
Delva, Mary Nellie (I1081)
Miles E. Morgan
Sgt. US Army
World War I
Nov. 26, 1895 -
Oct. 20, 1975
Morgan, Miles Edmund (I2489)
Jul. 28, 1909
Roger H.
Jan. 6, 1990
His wife Jan. 9, 1914
Christina -
Roger H. Moore US Army World War II 1905-1990
Tibbetts, Christina (I4586)
Jul. 28, 1909
Roger H.
Jan. 6, 1990
His wife Jan. 9, 1914
Christina -
Roger H. Moore US Army World War II 1905-1990
Moore, Roger Howard (I1070)
Hannah Mills
wife of
Quartus Miles Morgan
died Apr. 7, 1898
Æ. 68 yrs. 1 mo. 7 ds.
Mills, Hannah (I2423)
Harriet Mills
wife of William Dill
died May 11, 1866
Aged 36 yrs.
Mills, Harriet (I2424)
Paul D.
son of D.G. & Lulu G. Shepardson
died Aug. 12, 1893
Aged 1 yr. 3 mos. 2 ds.
Shepardson, Paul Detroit (I4166)
Rev. Willard L. McKinstry
Oct. 20, 1898 - Oct. 30, 1970
McKenstry, The Rev. Willard Lawyer (I2557)
Robinson A. Stewart
His wife
Betsey M. Delva
Stewart, Robinson A. "Rob" (I2047)
Willie W. Delva
Born - 1854
Died - 1874
Delva, Willie W. (I2029)
Winifred Irish Morgan
dau. of
Fred and Annie
July 17, 1906 - Oct. 27, 1994
Irish, Winifred Harvey (I2550)
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shepardson, Charles Martin (I1132)
139 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shepardson, Donna Kay (I1133)
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Greico, Paul (I4407)
141 Margaret Or Peggy Holton, 41

Wenatchee World, The (WA) - Thursday, November 14, 1996
MOSES LAKE -- A 41-year-old Moses Lake woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-car collision along Road 10 N.E., about 10 miles north of Moses Lake near Stratford Road.

Margaret "Peggy" Holton lost control of her 1984 Buick Skylark about 9:57 a.m. while driving eastbound along Road 10 N.E., crossed the center line and was struck broadside by a 1969 Ford pickup, according to Grant County Sheriff Bill Wiester.

The driver of the pickup, 80-year-old Andrew F. Gawenit, was not injured.

Holton was pronounced dead at the scene, Wiester said.

Holton is survived by two sons and a daughter, all of Moses Lake. Funeral arrangements are being made through Kayser's Chapel of Memories in Moses Lake.

Published by The Wenatchee World, 14 November 1996 
Whitenett, Margaret Louise "Peggy" (I1449)
142 NORTHFIELD, MASS. Eugene E. Closson of Northfield, Mass. died Monday, Nov. 23, 2009 at home.

FUNERAL NOTICE: Funeral services will be Monday, Nov. 30, 2009 at 11 a.m. at the KIDDER FUNERAL HOME, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, MA. Burial will follow in West Northfield Cementery.

There will be a calling hour Monday, Nov. 30, 2009 from 10 a.m. until the time of the service.

Published in Brattleboro Reformer, 24 November 2009 
Closson, Eugene Everett "Gene" (I7478)
143 Another Civil War Veteran Passes Away
Lyman Dudley Mason, 85, a resident of Orange the past 14 years and a well-known Civil War veteran, died Saturday evening at 10:30 o'clock in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Pearson of 39 Winter Street. Death was the result of old age. Although his condition during the past few weeks was serious there was scarcely a day when he was not up and dressed. Mr. Mason was born in Upton, the son of Noah and Cynthia Dudley Mason, and he lived in that town until he was a young man. His parents brought the Hastings place in Warwick and he was living there when he enlisted for the Civil War in August 1861. He joined Co. A, 1st Massachusetts infantry, which was recruited in Worcester, and he saw three years of hard service. Included in the engagements in which he participated were Roanoke Island, New Berne, Second Bull Run, Chantilly, Camden, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and he was also under fire at the bloody battle of Atietam. Returning to Warwick after the War he was married in 1866 to Ellen M. Delva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Delva of that town. The couple lived in Warwick and Upton for a time and then moved to Chelsea where for 36 years Mr. Mason owned and operated the Broadway Billiard Parlor in Chelsea Square. This was destroyed at the time of the Chelsea fire, but Mr. Mason went into business again for a short time. He retired from active work 14 years ago and the couple came to Orange to make their home. Mrs. Mason died in 1915 and Mr. Mason had since made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Pearson. Few men had a more even disposition, than did Mr. mason and it is doubtful if he had an enemy in the world. He was good-natured at all times and was a man with whom people liked to associate. He was a member of the Chelsea Grand Army post and when a resident there, was active in its work. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Harry McPhail of St. Stephens, N.B., four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock in the Pearson home, and the Rev. A.A. Blair officiated. Burial was in Central cemetery
Mason, Lyman Dudley (I2039)
George W. Delvee, 64, died today at the Samaritan home. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock and interment will be in Riverside park. Two sons, D. A. an employee of the B. L Gordon Company, and G. N. of Coffeyville, Kan., survive.

Published by the Spokane Chronicle, Spokane, Washington on 19 April 1923. 
Delvee, George Alvin (I3167)
145 ATHOL - Grace G. (Strang) Grant, 96, of 171 South Royalston Road died yesterday in Applewood Home after a long illness.

Her husband, William J. Grant Sr., died in 1971. She leaves a son, William J. Grant Jr. of Athol; a daughter, Olive S. Long of Palma, Ohio; 11 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. A son, John H. Grant, died earlier this year, and a daughter, Doris E. Robichaud, died in 1987. She was born in Westminster, daughter of Haywood J. and Frances (Tait) Strang, and lived in Athol for the past 76 years, moving here from Everett.

Mrs. Grant was a member of Starrett Memorial Methodist Church and Athol Golden Agers.

Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Silver Lake Cemetery. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Living Memorial Fund of Starrett Memorial Methodist Church, 40 Island St., Athol, 01331. Higgins Funeral Home, 146 Main St., is directing arrangements.

Published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on 22 December 1993 
Strang, Grace Gertrude (I7537)
146 ATHOL - Marjorie M. (Brown) Wetmore, 91, of 210 Pleasant St., a longtime bookkeeper, died Saturday in Athol Memorial Hospital.

Her husband of 67 years, Roy D. Wetmore, died in 1994. She leaves two nephews, former state Sen. Robert D. Wetmore of Barre and Elmer M. Wetmore of Wheaton, Ill.; two nieces, Dorothy F. Grant and Dorothy R. Davis, both of Athol; grandnephews and grandnieces. She was born in Athol.

Mrs. Wetmore was a bookkeeper in her husband's lumber business for many years before retiring. She was previously a machine operator in Department 31 at L.S. Starrett Co. She was a member of the Athol Congregational Church and Banner Lodge 89 of Rebekahs. She was skilled at knitting and tatting.

A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Fiske Funeral Home, 1356 Main St. Burial will be in Silver Lake Cemetery. A calling hour is 1 to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Book of Memory Fund, Athol Congregational Church, 1225 Chestnut St., Athol 01331.

Published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, 16 June 1997 
Brown, Marjorie Mae (I154)
147 ATHOL - Roy D. Wetmore, 99, of 210 Pleasant St., a longtime toolmaker and sawmill operator, died yesterday in Athol Memorial Hospital after an illness.

He leaves his wife of 67 years, Marjorie M. (Brown) Wetmore; a brother, Elmer M. Wetmore of Gardner; three nephews, including state Sen. Robert D. Wetmore of Barre; a niece; grandnephews and grandnieces. He was born and raised in Warwick, son of Charles W. and Hattie (Delvey) Wetmore, and later lived in Orange. He lived here 67 years.

He was an Army veteran of World War I, serving in the Flying School Detachment Squadron "B" in Texas.

Mr. Wetmore was a toolmaker at L.S. Starrett Co., where he worked for 32 years. He retired in 1961. He bought his first woodlot at age 15 and was active in the timber industry for more than 80 years, owning and operating several timber lots and sawmills.

Mr. Wetmore was a 57-year member of Edward H. Phillips Post 102, American Legion, and a member of the World War I Veterans Association. He was a member of the Eastern Draft Horse Association, and was an avid hunter of raccoons.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Fiske Funeral Home, 1356 Main St. Burial will be in Silver Lake Cemetery. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Athol Memorial Hospital, 2033 Main St., Athol, 01331.

Published by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette 26 November 1994 
Wetmore, Roy Delvey (I95)
148 Aunt Ruth Whitaker was my grandfather's sister. We used to visit her often. She was always busy with some craft project. She even had a wood workshop in the garage. She made many wooden cut out lawn ornaments, windmills, planters etc, which she took great care in painting nicely. Uncle Leslie Wheeler (my great uncle) though no blood relation to Ruth, used to spend afternoons working with her in the workshop or doing odd jobs around the place such as putting the screen house up for the summer months.

Aunt Ruth could knit, crochet, weave, cane, and so much more. My sister and I often spent a couple days there during school vacations. She loved teaching us how to do a craft. She taught us how to make granny squares, which I did fine with, as long as she was looking over my shoulder. She let us use her knitting machine and helped me make red/white/blue mittens on it. She made me a knitting basket out of an old rectangular milk jug. She cut the top part off and punched holes along the top. She painted a pretty design on the outside with flowers, vines and hearts. She then used old bread bags (plastic) and crocheted them onto the top of the jug and even included handles. You would never guess that she had used plastic bags! I still have that knitting bag.

She was hard of hearing and had hearing aids in to help her. Sometimes you still had to speak loudly. I remember having difficulty sleeping there sometimes because her hearing aids would whistle and keep me awake. She loved to cook also and liked us to help if we wanted to, especially breakfast like pancakes. I remember shredded wheat a lot for breakfast there too.

When my grandfather could no longer live in his house due to its condition, he first came to live with us, and then went to stay with Aunt Ruth in Bernardston, before getting his apartment in Greenfield.

I still have an old wooden mirror that Aunt Ruth gave me as a child. She said she had it as a child, and it was second hand then. It has a picture of a victorian lady etched on the back of it. She tried coloring the lady to make it look more appealing. The color has faded mostly, now, but is still one of my favorite keepsakes.

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Rogers, Ruth Louise (I512)
149 BERNARDSTON -- Delphine E. Deane, 85, of 116 Bald Mountain Road, died Friday (8-6-2010) at Buckley Healthcare Center, Greenfield, surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Northfield on May 13, 1925, the daughter of Charles F. and Nellie (Daley) Field.

She attended schools in Northfield, Gill and Greenfield.

She married Percy R. Deane in 1944 and they initially made their home in Northfield until 1952 when they built a new home in Bernardston. After raising her family, she worked at Pioneer Valley Regional School and then at Bement School in Deerfield until her retirement.

She was a member of the United Church of Bernardston.

She was predeceased by her husband of 64 years, Percy R. Deane, in 2009.

She leaves two daughters, Carol L. Guetti and her husband, Steve, of Bernardston, and Donna L. Hanks and her husband, John, of Hadley; and her son, Ray and his wife, Katy, of Bernardston. Five loving grandchildren, Jennifer Guetti of Bernardston, Kim Reeves of Durham, N.C., Kristen Emerick of Holyoke, Ryan Deane of Glastonbury, Conn., and Daniel Deane of Bernardston; two great-grandchildren, Kellie Allen and Alexis Reeves.

She was predeceased by four brothers and two sisters, her twin Delvy, Charles, Allen, John, Helen and Virginia.

Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family.

There are no calling hours.

Donations in her memory may be made to Hospice of Franklin County, 329 Conway St., Suite 2, Greenfield MA 01301.

Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, is in charge of the arrangements. To send condolences, please visit
Field, Delphine Elizabeth (I122)
150 BERNARDSTON -- Jeanne A. (Bergeron) Field, 81, of Bald Mountain Road, died Friday (10-1-10) at the Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield.

She was born in Greenfield on June 27, 1929, the daughter of Frederick J. Sr. and Josephine (Pidgeon) Bergeron.

She graduated from Greenfield High School in 1947 and graduated from the former Franklin County Public Hospital School of Nursing in 1950. She had been a resident of Bernardston since 1952.

Jeanne married Delvy M. Field from Northfield on April 7, 1951 in Holy Trinity Church in Greenfield. He predeceased her in 1966.

Jeanne was a registered nurse for the Franklin County Public Hospital and also a private-duty nurse for Eaglebrook School and for many Bernardston residents. Later, she was a claims representative for Phoenix Mutual Insurance Co., retiring in 1994. Following her retirement, she was employed for the office of Dr. Ann McIntosh.

She served on the Bernardston Board of Health and was a member of AA for 26 years.

Jeanne enjoyed the ocean (especially Gloucester), whale watches, deep sea fishing, camping, figure skating, oil painting and Saturday lunches with ''the ladies.''

Survivors include three sons, Loran of the state of Florida, Robert and his wife, Carol, of Gill, and Michael at home, a brother, Frederick ''Sonny'' J. Bergeron Jr. of Albuquerque, N.M.; three sisters, Mary Malloch of Springfield, Theresa Wright of Sebastian, Fla., and Amy Poirier of Greenfield; two grandsons, Thomas and Jacob Field of Gill; two granddaughters, Veronica and Crystal; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

She was predeceased by her siblings, Philip and Thomas Bergeron, Harriet Brown and Anna Siano Becklo.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Kostanski Funeral Home, 220 Federal St., Greenfield.

Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery.

A calling hour will be Wednesday from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Warm the Children, P.O. Box 1367, Greenfield Ma 01302.

Published by the The Republican, 5 October 2010 
Bergeron, Jeanne Anne RN (I191)

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