Note N4901 Index
Peter graduated from Huntington North High School in 1989, a member of the National Honor Society. He then went on to Ivy Tech State College, where he earned an Associate in Accounting degree. He first found work in the warehouse at Sees Supply Co. in Huntington, the same place Cindy was working (in the office).
Cindy was first married to Monte Gregory. They had two daughters, Jennifer and Jessica. Her second marriage was to Brian Wiley. They had a son, Josh. So it was that, when Pete and Cindy married in 1997, he became an "instant father."
In 2001, because of a business consolidation (the type of thing that was happening a lot in those years), Pete was out of a job. But, not for long Within a few days, he was hired by Huntington Sheet Metal Company to be a materials handler. After a couple of years there, he was hired to work in the office of the Homier Distributing Company in Huntington.
Note N4916 Index
Lawrence was an electrician. His marriage to Ruth lasted only 10 years, ending in divorce in November 1945. Ruth returned to Massachusetts and worked as a housekeeper for the Rawls family in Beverly for most of her remaining years. When she retired, she moved into an upscale boarding home in Beverly, where she lived for a few years. When her health failed, she moved into a nursing home in Beverly. A freak accident at the home claimed her life 28 July 2001. Lawrence is buried in Hillside Cemetery, East Stoneham, Maine. Ruth is buried in Essex, Massachusetts.
Note N4918 Index
Ralph was a dairy farmer in South Paris, Maine. For a number of years, he had a milk route throughout the South Paris area. He later worked for 18 years at the Paris Farmers Union, a retail business catering mostly to farmers. He retired in 1964. He died at the Market Square Nursing Center in South Paris.
Elsie Buck Knightly's first husband was Bertrand C. Buck, whom she married in Buckfield 25 December 1939. Bertrand, a farmer in Buckfield, was born 23 November 1903 in Buckfield, and died 15 July 1973 in Lewiston.
Note N4929 Index
Charles died from a heart attack.
Note N4935 Index
In 1918, Grover and Eola were living in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was a machinist, employed by the U.S. Government at the Springfield Arsenal. By 1930, he was working as a foreman in a candy factory there.
Note N4937 Index
Several years after Joseph died, and after her children had grown to adulthood (Henry was 17), Harriet married James G. Kelley on 9 January 1862.
Joseph joined the U. S. Marines in New York City when he was a teenager. He was stationed at Charlestown, where he met and married Harriet. A life-long Marine, Joseph served on various Navy ships over the years. He died aboard the USS "Franklin" in Boston Harbor. The cause of death was given as "marasmus," a complication caused by starvation. He is buried in the New Ground Cemetery in Charlestown.
Note N4940 Index
William was a machinist, working in a railroad shop.
Note N4943 Index
Bertrand was a farmer in Buckfield, Maine.
Note N4954 Index
James was a farmer in Crystal, taking over the family farm after Ai died.
Note N4956 Index
Susan might be the Carrie Scribner, age 17, listed as a Domestic Servant for the Horatio K. Johnson family of Belfast in the 1870 Census of Belfast (NARA Microcopy M593, Roll 560, Page 25, Dwelling 86, Family 121). She is also the only Scribner mentioned in the 1870 Census of Belfast.
Note N4957 Index
Henry was a farm laborer, and a stair builder in Lewiston (where he and Emma were living at the time of the 1900 Census) and Portland. Emma was a dressmaker.
In 1930, 76-year-old widower Henry was living at the Home for Aged Men in Portland.