Note N5927 Index
A Lawrence Scribner was born 15 Jan 1912, lived as an adult in MA, died Nov 1982 in FL 32726.
Note N5930 Index
Russell graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in civil engineering, and was employed by the U.S. Government.
Note N5931 Index
Dorothy worked as a typist for the Portland Power Company.
Note N5935 Index
Sheldon was a farmer and auto mechanic. Mildred was a teacher.
Note N5937 Index
In 1920, Florence was teaching in the Jackman Station School. Apparently, her marriage to Fred was short-lived. He married Leona Poulin 11 July 1921.
Note N5938 Index
Marjorie graduated from Nasson College, and became Dietitian at the State Infirmary in Tewksbury, Massachusetts.
Note N5942 Index
Herbert was a Medical Doctor in Bangor, practicing general medicine and surgery at Eastern Maine General Hospital for over 50 years. He was a graduate of Holy Cross College and, in 1914, Bowdoin Medical School. From 1922 to 1952 he was Penobscot County Medical Examiner. In 1964, he was presented with a 50-year service medal from the Penobscot County Medical Association.
Ethel was very involved in civic affairs of Bangor, as well. Among the organizations she was a part of were St. Mary's Solidarity Council, Eastern Maine General Hospital Auxiliary, and the American Association of University Women.
Note N5943 Index
Anastasia was a public school teacher in Bangor until the children came.
She died in a tragic automobile accident on 11 September 1938. Frederick was badly injured. Three members of another family (Joseph and Hattie Pullman and their daughter, Doris) also died that day when, in a thick morning fog their cars slammed head-on into a passenger bus. In the newspaper article, she is remembered as a "woman of rare charm and grace [who] endeared herself to all who came in contact with her either in a social way or in a business manner."
Note N5946 Index
Albert served in the U.S. Navy during World War I and World War II. He was commissioned a Navy Ensign in 1916. In 1917, he commanded a group of submarine chasers in England, and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. He served in World War II in New Guinea as the commander of the Naval Base at Hollandia. He died at the Veterans' Hospital in Togus and is buried in the Durrell Hill Cemetery.
Note N5947 Index
William was a farmer in Paris, Maine.
Note N5948 Index
Philip was a bank manager in Newburgh, New York.
Note N5949 Index
William was a day laborer in Lee, Maine.
Note N5951 Index
Elden and Pauline divorced in 1945 (DIVORCE RECORDS, Maine State Archives, Vol. 27, Page 298).
Note N5959 Index
Orrin worked in the fish business.