Emma Talbot, Abt. 1847-1918 (From the Rumford Falls Times, May 18, 1918)
�� News has reached
NOTE: A lengthy obituary for Miss Talbot appears on page 9 of the Rumford Falls Times for July 27, 1918.
Georgie E. Talbot, 1850-1912 (From the Rumford Falls Times, June 22, 1912)
�� On Saturday afternoon, June 15  occurred the death of Georgie Fisher Talbot, wife of John Talbot, 61 years, 10 months of age. Mrs. Talbot has borne up bravely through a long and tedious bout with cancer. She was a devoted wife and mother, a consistent member of the Congregational Church, and a member of the Lone Mountain Grange.
�� Deceased is
survived by a husband [John F.], three sons [Frederick, Elwin Robert and
Richard] and two daughters [Agnes and
John F. Talbot, 1850 - 1937 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
John Foster Talbot, 87, a prominent citizen of
He was born at
He had lived in this town many years, was a successful farmer and had held various town offices. He had been moderator of the town meetings for over 30 years continuously.
He was a member of the Congregational church, charter member of Lone Mountain Grange, and the Oxford North Agricultural Society.
Surviving are three sons, Frederick of St. Louis, Elwin of Grants
Pass, Oregon, Richard Talbot, of Orono, two daughters, Mrs. Florence
Linda M. (Farrington) Theriault, 1946-2007 (Obituary from the Bethel Citizen, June 28, 2007)
�Mrs. Linda M. Theriault, 60, died Monday, June
25, 2007, at her home. She resided on the
� Born in
� Linda formed her own sewing club called the S&B. She loved to camp.�����
� Linda was married in Rumford on June 13, 1964 to Richard Theriault, who survives. Other survivors include two sons, Andrew Theriault and his wife Laurie of Rumford
and Toby Theriault and his wife Melinda of Bethel; two daughters, Andrea Roy and her husband Jeff of Rumford and Tracy Casey and her husband Joseph of Peru; two
Farrington and his wife Annette of Norway and Reggie Farrington and his
wife Brenda of Connecticut; five sisters, Laverna White of
of Rumford, June Trenoweth and her husband Dan of Mexico, Carol Nelson of Dixfield, and Bonnie Vashaw and her husband Keith of Rumford; nine grandchildren and four
� Funeral services will be held on June 28,
2007, at the Meader & Son Funeral Home,
Anne (Craig)Thomas, 1860-1917 (From the Rumford Falls Times, September 29, 1917)
�� Mrs. Anne
Thomas, wife of George Thomas, passed away Saturday morning, Sept. 22  at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roger Thurston. Funeral services were held
Monday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Laite of
�� Besides her husband, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Bert Dunn and Mrs. Roger Thurston, and six grandchildren to mourn her loss. Mrs. Thomas was a member of the Lone Mountain Grange. She was a kind and loving wife and mother and will be sadly missed by her many friends.
�� Carl Thomas, Abt. 1878-1928 (Obituary from the Rumford Falls Times, August 11, 1928)
� Carl Thomas, 50 years of age, of
services were held Tuesday morning of last week from the home, Rev. James
Renfrew, pastor of the Andover Congregational Church, officiating.� Burial was in
�� Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hurd, a sister of Mr. Thomas, of
�� Mrs. Ella Thomas, widow of Albert Thomas, whose death occurred Wednesday, February 17, died at her home in Andover after a few days of illness.
�� Mrs. Thomas was
�� The funeral, which was largely attended, was held at her home Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. George W. M. Keyes, pastor of the Congregational church officiated.
�� The bearers were Harry M. Poor, Clayton Sweatt, Sylvanus Poor, Fred Grover, C. A. Rand and Jerry Trafton.
�� Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery.
�� Among those
attending were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jodrie,
Fernando Thomas, 1841-1906 (Obituary from the Rumford Falls Times, December 12, 1906)
�� The funeral
services of Fernando Thomas were held from his late residence on Wednesday,
Dec. 5 at 11 A.M., attended by Rev. Mr. Pinkerton of Rumford. The Masons had an
impressive service, a delegation being present from the Blazing Star Lodge,
�� There were
beautiful flowers contributed by the King’s Daughters and Knights of Pythias.
Mr. Thomas had lived in
�� Messrs. R. L. Melcher, Judge Johnson, Mr. Dunton, Chas, Israelson of Rumford Falls and Dr. J. W. Stuart of Rumford attended the funeral of Mr. Thomas.
Fred F. Thomas, 1875-1931 (Front page story in the Rumford Falls Times, March 19, 1931)
�� Mr. Fred F. Thomas,
a surveyor, died on March, 18, 1931 while working in
[Mr. Thomas had three children – Merrill P., Paul W. and Louise H.]
�After passing a dipper of water to Henry Nelson, with whom he had been working yesterday near Mt. Zircon, South Rumford, surveying a tract of land, Fred Thomas, 58 years of age, fell dead, probably from a heart attack, about five o=clock yesterday afternoon.
�Both men were walking on their way home and stopped, as they came to a spring, for a drink of water. Mr. Thomas, it is reported, filled a dipper, and passed it to Mr. Nelson, who turned aside a moment. When he turned back Mr. Thomas had fallen to the ground.
�� Mr. Nelson worked on Mr. Thomas about ten minutes, and then went to the [Asa] West home where the medical examiner, Dr. Harold Stanwood, undertakers and deputy-sheriffs Roderick and Chabot were summoned. Dr. Stanwood said last night that death was probably due to a broken neck sustained in the fall or from a blood clot in the heart.
�� At the West farm a horse and team was secured and Mr. Thomas was brought out to a waiting ambulance. Roads were muddy and great difficulty was experienced in bringing the body out of the woods.
Mr. Thomas is buried in
George P. Thomas, 1835-1924 (From the Rumford Falls Times, November 15, 1924)
�� Mr. George P.
Thomas, a prominent citizen of this town, passed away on the afternoon of Nov.
11  at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roger Thurston, after an illness of
a few months. Mr. Thomas was born in Byron in 1853, the son of Merrill and
Sarah Stockbridge Thomas. He was one of a family of eight children. Coming to
�� Surviving are two
daughters, Mrs. Helen Dunn, widow of Bert Dunn, and Mrs. Roger [Lillie] Thurston,
and eight grandchildren, also one brother, Frank P. Thomas of
Harry M. Thomas, 1877 - 1945 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Town Clerk of
Harry M. Thomas, prominent
He was born
He was town clerk of
He was also a member of the Republican town committee.
Surviving are his wife, a daughter, Mrs. Constance Wass,
Herbert A. Thomas, 1883 - 1955 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
The bearers were Dr. Frank Thomas,
Out of town relatives attending were Dr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas,
Traverse City, Mich.; Mrs. Merrill H. Stiles, Spokane, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert A. Thomas, Jr., Glen Rock, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Lathrop,
Westerly, R.I.; Dr. and Mrs. George O. Cummings, Portland; Mrs. Margaret
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Learned and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Learned, Andover.
Marjorie (Burgess) Thomas, 1880 - 1963 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
She was born here,
She was a member of the Andover Congregational Church. Surviving besides her daughter are a sister, Mrs. Harrison Amber of Rangeley, and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at Saturday at the Andover Congregational Church.
Burial will be in
Paul W. Thomas, 1898 - 1959 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Theo Walker Thomas, a daughter, Mrs. Norman Legere, Rumford; three sons, Harold and James, both of this town; S 3/c David E., with the US Navy stationed aboard the USS Boston at Boston; a sister, Mrs. Leslie Kennard of this town; and four grandchildren.
William T. Thompson, Abt. 1872-1931 (Obituary from the Rumford Falls Times, August 20, 1931)
��� William Thompson, 58, night
watchman for the Elliott and Bartlett Spool Co.,
�� Charles Bemis, who lives near, not hearing the 5:30 whistle which Mr. Thompson always blew, arrived at the mill first and found him sitting outside the boiler room. Dr. Harold Stanwood, medical examiner, pronounced death due to heart failure.
�� The body was taken to Meader and Perry’s undertaking rooms at Rumford and was conveyed to his only near relative, an aunt, Mrs. W. T. Whitney, Fitchburg, Mass.
Emerson Thurlow, Abt. 1834 – Abt. 1920 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated newspaper, but around 1920)
� Mrs. Frank Learned recently received
news of the death of her father, [William] Emerson Thurlow, who died at
Alice B. (Bedell) Thurston, 1872 - 1948 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
� She was born January 9, 1872 at
� She leaves a brother, F. W. Bedell, Boston, Mass.; three children, Roger L. Thurston and Marjorie Hanson, Andover, and C. E. Thurston of Morgantown, West Virginia; three grandchildren, one great granddaughter and several cousins.
� Funeral services were held at the
Andover Congregational Church Tuesday at 2 p. m. with Rev. Linwood Potter
officiating. Interment was in the family lot at
Anna H. Thurston, 1914 - 2001 (Obituary from the
She is survived by many beloved cousins.
Delbert L. Thurston, 1916 - 1961 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Thurston had been employed as a woodsman for Raymond Akers of
Chief Deputy Louis Fontaine of the Oxford County Sheriff’s Department investigated, assisted by Deputy Wilfred Hebert of Dixfield.
Mr. Thurston was born
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Ingraham, Milton
Plantation, and A/1c Miss Dianne Thurston, March AFB,
Emily M. (Lohnes) Thurston, 1880 - 1978 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
She was born
Surviving are a son, Lester R. of
Emma F. Thurston, 1908 - 1993 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated newspaper)
� She was born Feb. 19, 1908 in
� Survivors include a son, Raymond E.
Eva (Snell) Thurston, 1899 - 1989 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
She was born in
Survivors include her husband Lester of Auburn; two sons, Lester
Thurston Jr. of
At the family's request there will be no public calling hours.
Funeral services will be held at the family's convenience. Interment will be in
Surviving besides his widow are a brother, Delbert Thurston and a sister, Mrs. Thomas Learned, both of this town.
Frank R. Thurston, Abt. 1907 - 1993 (Obituary from an un identified and undated newspaper)
� ZACHARY, La. - Frank R. Thurston, 86, of St. Francisville, [LA] formerly of Rumford, Maine, died Sunday evening [no date given, but year was probably 1993] at Lane Memorial Hospital, in Zachary, [LA].
� He was born at
� Mr. Thurston is survived by his
wife, Emma F. Thurston, and a son, Raymond E. Thurston, both of St.
Francisville; a brother, Ray Thurston of Waverly, Tenn.
Ivy E. Thurston, 1900 - 1995 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
RUMFORD - Ivy E. Thurston, 94, died Saturday [
She was born at
For several years she had worked for the Andover Telephone Office and for over 40 years at the Andover Post Office including on two occasions serving as postmaster before retiring in 1967.
Miss Thurston was the oldest living member in the First Congregational Church of Andover and had been very active with the church, especially the Ladies Aid, and had served for many years as a Sunday school teacher, supervisor and church organist.
Survivors include five nephews, John T. Howard of Rumford, Fred I.
Howard Jr. and Ralph D. Howard, both of South Portland, Lester R. Thurston Jr.
of State College, Pa., and William C. Thurston of Weston, Mass.; and several
great nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a sister, Della Howard, who
died in Rumford on
Jeffrey M. Thurston, 1973 - 1997 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Born at Rumford,
Mr. Thurston attended schools at
He was a member of the Army National Guard where he was a heavy equipment operator. He was a member of the American Welders Society and was also a volunteer fireman for the Andover Fire Department.
Survivors include his parents of
Lester M. Thurston, 1898 - 1993 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
He was born in Byron on
Mr. Thurston was widely recognized as a leader in the telephone
industry. After nine years with Bell Telephone Company of
Mr. Thurston was also founder of Goodwill Industries of Central
Pennsylvania; was active in the Boy Scouts and president of Keystone Area
Council in Harrisburg, Pa., vice chairman of Region III Boy Scouts Mr. Thurston
is survived by two sons, Lester R. Thurston Jr. of State College, Pa., and
William G. Thurston of Weston, Mass; one sister, Miss Ivy E. Thurston of
Rumford; six grandchildren and nine great- of America, and was a holder of the
Silver Beaver and Silver Antelope, two of Scouting's highest awards. He served
as a director of the Harrisburg Area Chamber of Commerce ad its advisory board,
served on the advisory board of the
While residing in
Mr. Thurston is survived by two sons, Lester R. Thurston Jr. of
Lillie A. (Thomas) Thurston, 1888 - 1953 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Bearers were four nephews, George Dunn, Robert Dunn, Harry Dunn
and Albert Dunn. Interment was at
Mrs. Thurston was born in
She held offices in the Andover Friday Club, Kings Daughters,
and Lone Mountain Grange, and was also a member of the Home Extension Service, and
Mt Zircon Chapter No. 142, 0 E S. She is survived by her husband Roger L
Thurston; a daughter, Miss Anna Helen Thurston,
Those attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Thurston, Murray Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Thurston, Mrs. Tom Brown, Mr. and
Mrs. Wade Thurston, of Bethel.; Mrs. Daniel Wight, Rumford; Mrs. Hattie Akers,
Walter Akers, Kents Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunn, Denmark; Mrs. Mattie Lane,
Fryeburg; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Mitchell, and daughter, Helen, Rangeley; Miss
Mae Stoney, Mrs. Sadie Stoney, Watertown. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagerty,
Marna (Stevens) Thurston, 1879 - 1949 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Funeral services for Marna S Thurston, widow of Ray W Thurston, were
held Wednesday at
at the Andover Congregational Church. Rev Linwood C Potter of
Mrs. Thurston as born
Among those attending from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown and son, Norris, of Bethel, Mrs. Josephine
Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thurston, and Wade
Thurston of Bethel; Mrs. Edith Thurston and son, Harmon, Mrs. Arthur Thurston
of North Rumford; Mrs. Janet Lamson and Chester Ladd, Rumford Point, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Burnham, Hanover, Marlin Thurston, West Peru, Mrs. Emma Mooney,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard, Mrs. Lena Roberts, Howard Rand, Rumford; Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Parsons, Philip Learned and Freeman Meisner of Middle Dam.
Mary (Glover) Thurston, 1922 - 1999 (Obituary from the
RUMFORD - Mary Glover Thurston, 76, died Monday, June 7,  at the Rumford Community Home where she has resided for the past several years. She has lived in the Rumford area most of her life.
Born in Rumford, on
She was a former member of
She was married in
Survivors include three sons, Ronald and his wife Carol of Arundel, Rex and his wife Merilee, and Mark and his wife Anna all of Andover; one brother, Linwood Glover of Dayton; one sister, Mrs. Fay (Earl) Milligan of Rumford; two stepsons, Ralph of Rumford Point and Kenneth of North Carolina; 13 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
She was predeceased by a daughter, Lynn Dora Thurston; a grandson,
Jeff Thurston; and two brothers, Lewis and Vern Glover.
Ralph D. Thurston, 1865 - 1937 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Ralph Thurston, Prominent
Ralph Dayton Thurston, prominent
Mr. Thurston was born
Survivors include his widow, the former Emily Lohnes; a son, Lester
The funeral services were held from the Congregational Church,
Rev. George Keyes, pastor of the church, conducted the services which
were largely attended. Members of Cabot Lodge, Knights of Pythias, and a
delegation from Lone Mountain Grange attended in a body.
Among those attending from out of town were: Lester R. Thurston, Harrisburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard, Ridlonville, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Carver, Ridlonville, Mrs. Alma Thurston and sons Walter, Alton and Chester Thurston, Norway; Dwight Thurston and son Norman, of Errol, N. H.; Archie Thurston, Errol, N. H.; Harry Head, West Bethel, Norman Hall, Bethel, Edward Bennett of Bethel, Herbert Allen, Merle Burgess, John Warren, Rumford; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thurston, Miss Ruby Thurston, Bethel; Mrs. Herbert Morton, North Newry; Mrs. Daisy Reed, Rumford; Mrs. Lord, Bethel.
The bearers were Wally Marston, H. Learned, Clarence Hall, Waldo
Merrill, Victor Akers and Dennis Page. Burial was at Woodlawn cemetery where
brief services were held.
Ray W. Thurston, 1882 - 1943 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
Funeral services for Ray W. Thurston, who was instantly killed in the woods at Andover Surplus Tuesday [ February 23, 1943], were held from the home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock and were largely attended, many coming from Bethel and surrounding towns to mingle with the town's people to show their respect for one they have known and honored many years. The house was filled to capacity. Rev. Linwood C. Potter officiated. The bearers were Fred A. Milton, Robert J. Swain, Sylvanus DeLong of Andover and Harold Tribou of Rumford. Burial was in the family lot at Woodlawn cemetery where committal services were held.
Rex L. Thurston, 1945 – 2004� (Obituary from the
� SOUTH PARIS - Rex L. Thurston, 58,
died on Jan. 12, 2004 at the Maine Veterans Home in So.
Rex served as an E-4 with the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam Conflict.
He worked as a woodsman, truck driver, was formerly a part
owner of the M.R. Dowel, Inc. in
recently had worked as a road commissioner helper for the Town of
He was a member of the Oxford Bear Lodge #54, K. of� P., and a member of the Oakdale Country Club.
He enjoyed the outdoors and especially loved
He was married in
Thurston and wife, Jackie of Old Orchard Beach, Jon Thurston and wife, Mary of Andover, Kurt Thurston and wife, Jessica of Bryant Pond, and
Joshua Thurston of Warren; three brothers, Ronald Thurston and wife, Carol of Arundel, Mark Thurston and wife, Anna of Andover, and Ralph Thurston
and companion, Charlene of Rumford Point; and seven grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life will be conducted at 1 p.m. on
Saturday, January 17 at the Andover Congregational Church with Rev. Jane Rich
Those who desire, please contribute to the Andover Fire & Rescue,
Roger L. Thurston, 1886 - 1959 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
ANDOVER - Roger L. Thurston, 73, died Tuesday [May 12, 1959] at the Floyd Nursing Home, Rumford, where he had been a patient eight and one-half months.
Born at Rumford,
� Survivors include a daughter, Miss Anna Thurston, Farmington, Conn.,; and a sister, Mrs. Marjorie Hanson, this town; and a brother, C. E. Thurston, Morgantown, W. Va.
� DIED At Rumford, May 12, Roger
L. Thurston, aged 73. Services at Friday at the Andover Congregational Church, Rev. John
Young A. Thurston, 1854-1923 (From the Rumford Falls Times, August 4, 1923)
�� Young S. Thurston,
a prominent resident of
�� He was a member of the Strathglass Commandery in Rumford, the Mystic Shrine of Lewiston, Oxford Bear Lodge, K of P of Hanover, and the Lone Mountain Grange of Andover. He was president of the Andover Water Co., treasurer of the Andover Public Library Association and 1st vice president of Oxford North Agricultural Society.
�� Besides his widow
[Alice], he leaves three children – Mrs. Irving Hanson of Rumford, Roger
L. Thurston of
Susan M. (Mills) Titus, 1880 - 1960 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
� Born Oct. 10, 1880, she was the
daughter of Henry and Dora Town Mills. She was a proprietor of a corset shop on
� Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the
Andover Congregational Church, Rev. Leon Strout officiating. Entombment
Wilmer Toth, 1923-2006� (Obituary from the Bethel Citizen, November 16, 2006)
� Wilmer Toth, 82, of West Paris,
� Born in
�� Wilmer graduated from
�� He loved sacred music and sang in
�� Surviving are his daughter, Marsha
Burns and husband Carl of Andover; three grandchildren, Amy Byrne,
�� A celebration of life service will
be held at 11 a.m. on Nov. 18, at the First Congregational Church in
Paul F. Trainor, 1943-2007 (Obituary
�� He was born
�� For many
years, he worked for the
� Paul was a Communicant of St. Athanasius-St. John Church in Rumford. The dearest things to his heart were his wife and family, hikers, and his many friends over the years. He also had a deep appreciation of the outdoors and nature.
�� He was married in
�� Other survivors include a daughter, Michelle Tavares and husband, AJ of Massachusetts; two step-daughters, Denise and Dorinne Roberge of North Attleboro, MA; two step-sons, Roland Roberge and wife, Katherine of Norton, MA, Greg Roberge of Foxborough, MA; six grandchildren, Christian, Marie, Christiana, and Roland Eric Roberge of Norton, MA, Nicole Roberge of San Diego, CA, and Monique Roberge of North Attleboro, MA; a son-in-law, David Rousselin of Andover; a sister, Mary Mason of Massachusetts; two brothers, Joseph Trainor of Massachusetts, and Gerard Trainor of Oregon; and many nieces and nephews.
�� He was predeceased by a brother, Michael Trainor, Jr.
��� A Mass of
Christian Burial will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Friday at St. Athanasius-St. John
Church, Rumford. Interment at the
Meader & Son Funeral Home, Rumford. Those who desire please contribute to the Andover Fire and Rescue Department, Andover, ME 04216 in his memory.
Lewis Edward Trine, 1919 - 1989 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
� Lewis Edward Trine, 70, died Dec.
12, 1989 at
� He was born in
� Mr. Trine was a shoeworker at Herman
Shoe Co. in Scarborough, and later was employed at Andover Wood Products in the
maintenance department, and for a short time in maintenance at Ames Department
� Mr. Trine was married in
� Prayers were conducted Dec. 16 at
the Meader and Son Funeral Home,
Mildred M. Trine, 1922 – 2005 (Obituary from the Bethel Citizen, April 28, 2005)
� Mrs. Mildred Mary Trine, 83, died
April 21, 2005 at the
� She was born in Rumford, on Jan. 22,
1922, the daughter of Edward and Viola (Learned) Dubois.� She attended schools in
� She was married in
� Survivors include a daughter,
Michele M. Trine of
services will be held this spring at
G. 'Rockie' Truitt, 1925-2009 (Obituary from the
He was born in Rumford, on Jan. 20, 1925, a son of James A. and Katharine (Glines) Truitt. He was raised on the Glines family farm in
He entered the U.S. Army at the age of 18 in October 1943, and fought with Company M 358th Infantry Division at
He received numerous awards, including four Battle Stars, the Good Conduct Medal, and a Victory Medal. He was honorably discharged as a staff sergeant in January 1946.
After his discharge, he served in the National Guard Reserves in
He returned to Rumford from
Surviving are two brothers, Roger Adams and wife, Nancy, of West Simsbury, Mass., and Herbert Adams and wife, Dorothy, of Hanover; stepchildren, Karen Conti of Amesbury, Mass., Michael Conti of Springfield, Mass., and Terri DeFilipp and husband, Joseph, of Auburn; grandchildren, Jennifer Flynn and husband, Brian, of Boxford, Mass., and Andrew and Stephanie DeFilipp of Auburn; great-grandchildren, Taylor and Emma Flynn of Boxbury, Mass.; several nieces and nephews, and cousins; and a longtime friend, Virginia Justard of Rumford.
He was predeceased by his mother, Katharine G. Adams; his wife, June (Donnelly) Truitt; and a sister, Marilyn D'Lizzarraga.
Linwood E. Tucker, 1907 - 1985 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
� He was born in Dixfield, April 5,
1907, the son of John and Alice Andrews Tucker. Mr. Tucker attended Dixfield
schools from 1931 to 1939. A resident of
� Survivors include his wife, Urfred
Tucker of East Andover; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Darline) Hall of Andover; a
brother, Daniel of Rumford Point; a sister, Mrs. William (
Urfred J. (Philbrick) Tucker, 1906 - 1990 (Obituary from an unidentified and undated local newspaper)
RUMFORD - Urfred J. Tucker, 84, died Thursday [
She was married in Dixfield on
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Darlene) Hall of East Andover, six grandchildren and two great-grandsons.
At the family's request, there are no public calling hours, but
friends are invited to attend the graveside service at , Saturday, at
Richard J. Turcotte 1941-2003
(Obituary from the Bethel Citizen,
� Richard Joseph Turcotte, 61, a
� He was born in Rumford,
�� He had served as the Inn Keeper for the Andover Guest House for the last several years and was fondly known as "Peg Leg" having been a "Trail Angel" along the Appalachian Trail.
�� He was a former motorcycle enthusiast, enjoyed watching football and was an avid NASCAR fan.
�� Survivors include his wife of
�� Visitation Saturday to followed by the funeral at at S.G. Thibault Funeral Home,
Helen (Morton) Tweedie, 1884-1924 (From the Rumford Falls Times, January 19, 1924)
�� Mrs. Helen Tweedie who
passed away in Rumford Saturday, Jan. 5  was the daughter of Joel Morton
of this town and had lived here many years. She leaves besides her husband
[John S. Tweedie] and seven children [Lawrence, Louis B., Thomas M., John E.,
Mabel E., Helen and an unidentified infant], two brothers, Charlie Morton of
Mass. and Louis Morton of this town, and one sister, Mrs. Fred [Nellie] French
of this town. She was a genial, kind-hearted woman and will be greatly missed
in her family and a large circle of friends in
Z. W. Twitchell, 1855-1913 (Story from the Rumford Falls Times, September 20, 1913)
Death of Dr. Z. W. Twitchell,
�� Dr. Twitchell came to
�� The funeral was held at his late home,
Monday afternoon, officiated by Rev. Mr. Little of the
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