Wallace D. Nevel, 1887 - 1938 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
The funeral of Wallace D. Nevel, gem expert and proprietor of the Stone House general store at Paris Hill and owner of the feldspar mine at Newry where he was instantly killed by a premature blast of dynamite, Wednesday of last week [September 7, 1938] was held at the undertaking parlor of Dr. S. S. Greenleaf, Bethel, Friday afternoon.
Rev. Mr. Wallace, pastor of the Bethel Congregational Church, conducted the services.
Those attending from Andover were the son, Paul Nevel, E. M. Bailey
and the Misses LaVina and Sadie J. Bailey, Mrs. Vard Perkins, Mrs. Harland Averill,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ripley, C. A. Rand, Mrs. Emily Thurston, Mrs. William Ellis,
Mrs. Clarence Hall. Mrs. Cora Akers, Mrs. Alice Thurston, and Dr. and Mrs. Fred
Smalley, former residents of
Burial was in the family lot in
Lewis "Danny" Newcomb, Jr., 1951 - 1996 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
He was born May 2, 1951 in
He did volunteer work for the Wilton Ambulance and Wilton Fire Department, also for the Andover Fire Department and Andover Rescue Service for many years.
He enjoyed fishing, hunting, trapping, four wheeling and snowmobiling.
Survivors include his father Lewis and step-mother Faye Newcomb, Sr.
of Minot, Me.; his mother Arliss and step-father Emerson Gould of Weld, Me.; a
son Shawn D. of Jay, Me.; two daughters, Cindy of Rumford Center, Me. and
Melissa of Mexico, Me.; four sisters: Shirley Twidwell of Rumford, Me., Diane
Ryerson of Topsham, Me., Lorraine Smith of Livermore, Me. and Cathy Roux of
Farmington, Me.; a granddaughter Alyssa of Dixfield, Me.; a step-brother Royce
Gould of Lovell, Me.; two step-sisters, Eva French of Vassalboro, Me. and Julie
Perkins of Benton, Me.; several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Gertrude M. (Dresser) Newhall, 1869 - 1958 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated newspaper)
Mrs. Newhall was Born Jan. 1, 1869, at
A member of the
Surviving are four nieces, Mrs. Allan Marshall, Miss Annie Akers,
Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at 749 Congress St. Interment
will be in
Jennie Reeves Newhall, Abt. 1855-1932 (Obituary from the Rumford Falls Times, September 8, 1932)
Mrs. George Newhall,
Mr. and Mrs. Newhall spent each summer at their cottage
She is survived by a son, George, who was with her when she
died. The remains will be taken to
Charles M. Newton, 1869 - Abt. 1958 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated Newspaper)
He was born in
He was a 50-year Golden Sheaf member of the North Augusta Grange and the National Grange and a life member of Cabot Lodge Knights of Pythias of Andover.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mildred K. Grover of
Clarence B. Newton, 1882-1918 (From the Rumford Falls Times, October 19, 1918)
Clarence B. Newton, aged 37, died Tuesday
A.M. [Oct. 13, 1918] after a few days illness of pneumonia. He was the son of
the late John B. and Mary (Low)
He is survived by a widow [Martha Jordan],
two sons [Cecil and Vincent] and two brothers, Carl Newton of
After twelve months
of suffering Mrs. John D. Newton [Catherine Eunice, also known as Katie], of
The deceased grew
worse a few days before her death and Dr. Bradbury of
The funeral services were held from her late home.
Frank H. Newton, 1882 - 1944 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Funeral services for Frank H. Newton [son of Harvey L and Alma
(Marston) Newton], who died suddenly Monday morning of last week [November 13,
1944] were held in the first Congregational Church, Wednesday November 15, at 2
p. m. and were largely attended. A large delegation from Cabot Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, attended in a body and gave their service at the grave. Rev.
Linwood C. Potter, pastor of the church, officiated. Mrs. Merton Fox, organist,
played several selections. Bearers were Ira Bodwell, Vard Perkins, Waldo
Merrill, I. E. Mills, F. D. McAllister and A. L. Lang. Burial was in the family
All places of business on
Those attending from away were Mr. And Mrs. Harold Hodsdon,
Fred P. Newton, 1876 - 1959 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
He was born Dec. 5, 1876, in this town, the son of Harvey and Alma Marston Newton. He was a charter member of Cabot Lodge, K. of P. A well-known trapper, guide and caretaker of the Richardson Lake Camps, he retired several years ago.
George Newton, 1844-1910 (Story from the Rumford Falls Times, June 11, 1910)
George M. Newton of
Newton was the son of Benjamin T. and Clarine Dunn Newton and was born in
Andover Surplus May 31, 1844. Of his father’s family of ten children,
only three remain living, Mr. Howard Newton of
The deceased leaves a widow and two children, James L. and Mrs. Frank [Mona] Keith, both of whom reside in Andover; also two grandchildren of whom he was very fond, besides a large number of friends to mourn his loss.
The funeral was from the Congregational Church Sunday, June 5, Rev. H. L. Packard officiating.
Huldah H. (Whittemore)
She was born at
She attended Fayette and
She was a member of the Ellis Glen Temple, Pythian Sisters.
Surviving besides her daughter are two sisters, Mrs. Blanche
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Andover
Congregational Church. The Rev. Carl M. Kingsbury will officiate and burial
will be in
James L. Newton, 1878-1918 (From the Rumford Falls Times, October 19, 1918)
After a few days
illness with influenza followed by pneumonia occurred the death of James
Lawrence Newton Sunday, Oct. 18 , aged 40 years. Mr. Newton was born and
had always lived in
He was kind hearted, social and much beloved by his family, a member of Cabot Lodge K of P. and a Forester. He had been employed many summers in the “Thayer’s” camps at the Lakes. The family has the sympathy of a large circle of friends. Prayers were held in his late home in the village Tuesday afternoon, officiated by the local pastor, Rev. J.N. Atwood.
John D. Newton, 1830-1913 (From the Rumford Falls Times, March 22, 1913)
John D. Newton, one of our aged residents, passed away March 18 , aged 82 years, 3 mos. Mr. Newton was the son of Winthrop and Polly (Dustin) Newton, pioneers of this town. Deceased united with the Cong’l Church in 1868 and has been a faithful member, being one of the deacons for several years. He served through the Civil War, being somewhat disabled.
His wife, Catherine Cutting Newton, died a
few years ago. Mr. Newton is survived by two sons, Chas. of Andover and Orville,
John O. Newton, 1864 - Abt. 1957 (Obituary from an unidentified and
undated newspaper, probably from
PRESIDENT EMIRITUS OF
AUGUSTA - John Orville Newton [son of John D. and Catherine E. (Cutting) Newton], president emeritus of Maine Wesleyan Seminary and College, popularly known as Kents Hill School, died Monday night [no date given] at his home, 51 Soule St., after a long illness.
A native of
In the fall of 1893, he was elected to the Science Department at Kents Hill where he remained for 46 years, during 24 of which he served as principal. He served in the Maine House of Representatives for two terms in 1937 and 1939.
Upon his retirement as an educator in 1940, he served the state for six years as chairman of the Old Age Assistance Program, later serving as administrative consultant to the Commissioner of Health and Welfare.
In 1940, he was appointed to fill the unexpired term of the late
Sheriff Gibbs of
He was a charter member of the Little Town Club, Readfield, and served as its first treasurer. He was also a member of the Readfield Grange, LaFayette Lodge, AF & AM, and the Scottish Rites Bodies. He was a member of the South Parish Congregational Church, Augusta.
In 1905, he married the former Miss Adah Louise Munroe, RN, of
Mark T. Newton, 1855-1922 (From the Rumford Falls Times, April 15, 1922)
Friends and relatives in town were saddened
to learn of the death of Dr. Mark T. Newton of Sabattus. Mr. Newton was born in
Mrs. Mary (Lowe)
Mary E. Noble, ??-1914 (From the
Mrs. M.E. Noble of Hyde Park, Mass., who had
been a guest at Glenellis for several months, died very suddenly Thursday
morning Nov. 21  of apoplexy. The remains were taken to
Ann M. Noyes, 1833-1907 (Obituary from the Rumford Falls Times, August 3, 1907)
Mrs. James Noyes
Her last marriage was to James Noyes who survives her Mrs. Noyes had been a very hard-working woman who lived an industrious life.
A. Marie (Solberg) Nuppula, 1921 - 2002 (Obituary from the
OWLS HEAD -A. Marie Nuppula, 81, died Saturday, October 5, 2002 at
Born in Long Cove, St. George, April 4, 1921, she was the
daughter of Harald and Olga Swanson Solberg. She was educated in local
schools and graduated from
On July 4, 1941, she married K. William Nuppula, Jr. During their
marriage, the Nuppula's resided in St. George, Owls Head,
During the last few months, Marie resided at the Shore Village Nursing Home due to Alzheimer's. Marie worked several years as a certified nurses assistant and enjoyed caring for elderly patients in their homes and the hospital.
Her parents were immigrants from
She was a member of the Owls Head Grange and the Finn-Am Society. Marie attended the Rockland Congregational Church and the Finnish Congregational Church.
Besides her husband of Owls Head, Marie is survived by her daughter, Sharold Bowman and her husband, Scott of Rockland; her son, Gerald Nuppula and his wife, Eileen of Hollis Center; four grandchildren, Nathan and Benjamin Bowman of Rockland, Jeremy Nuppula of Portland, Kara Nuppula of Massachusetts; three nieces, Lorraine McGowan and her husband Allan of Carmel, Daria Harris and her husband, Bill of South Portland, and Shelia Hill and her husband, Richard of Spruce Head; and a sister-in-law, Evelyn Kallock of Cushing.
She was pre-deceased by a sister, Helen Thomas in 1996.
K. William Nuppula 1918 - 2002 (Obituary from The Bethel Citizen, November 21, 2002)
K. William Nuppula, Jr., 84, died unexpectedly at his home in Owls Head on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002.
On July 4, 1941, he married Marie Solberg. They lived in St.
George, Owls Head,
Bill followed several career paths. He worked six years as a welder at
Bath Iron Works. On Oct. 9, 1942, he enlisted in the United States Navy and was
stationed at the
Returning to civilian life, for three years he owned and managed a
poultry business in Owls Head. He moved his family to
Music was always a part of his life and over the years he played
guitar with several bands. He also enjoyed his 1931 Indian Scout motorcycle.
During retirement, with his wife, Bill enjoyed several bus trips and
He was a member of the Owls Head Grange, the
A funeral service was held Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the Bryce,
Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home,
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