26700. Morris Jean Dana
MARRIAGE: Morris and Mary had their honeymoon at the Oakhurst Inn.
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Mary-Virginia Augusta Huntington Proal
Mom died at 6:50 am at the Hahneman Hospital, Lincoln Street,
Funeral arraingments were held by Mulhane Home For Fumerals, 45 W.
Recorded Worcester Registry of Deeds, Book 6994, Page 180.
Buried: West Millbury Cemetery, MILLBURY, MA.
26713. Thomas Wainmen Carpenter
Information from notes - B.J. Carpenter 1995
Vernal married Donibel Erma Sherrel and had 5 children.
Thomas, who was known as "Wayne" died of a stroke.
Thomas was an oli field worker in PA when he was young. Then he
worked for almost 30 years for Dresser/Clarke in Olean, NY. He quit school in
the 8th grade to work construction to help support his family. Briefly he
trucked vegtables and fruit from the south east to Buffalo, NY, and this is
when he met his future wife.
!Donibel Sherril is the daughter of a Methodist Preacher in Mobile, Alabama.
Her family lived other places in the south. After they married they continued
to fight the civil war (the war between the States) in a good natured way for
over 50 years.
Thomas was a voracious reader and taught himself many things. He had a good
knowledge of Herbal medicine and "Put no truck" in "Modern Doctors." He had a
stroke at home and against his wishes was placed on life support in the
hospital for a week before the few holdouts of the family were finally able to
let go and allowed him to pass away. His funeral had to be moved to a larger
church since almost the entire town of Eldred showed up.
26718. Walter Carpenter Field
SEE: RIN 95992 - Walter Carpenter Field birth record for Hancock county, OH.
Parents not married. Walter was raised as a Field.
26730. Albert Carpenter
CENSUS: See image: RIN 94699 Albert Carpenter 1910.jpg
26736. Harvey R. Carpenter
HARVEY CARPENTER : According to Sterling authorities, Harvey R. Carpenter, 66 year old carpenter, prepared his obituary and left a note with it in his desk at home, 606 6th avenue before taking his life with a 22 calibre rifle at the home Wednesday morning. The note requested that the Melvin Funeral Home in Sterling be called. He also left a letter addressed to his son Harold Carpenter, of Highland Park. Mrs. Vernon Mount a resident of the Carpenter home discovered the man lying on a landing of the basement steps when she went to the first floor apartment to use the phone. The rifle was beside his body. He was taken to the hospital where he died at 12:30 p.m. about an hour after being admitted. It is believed he had been lying on the stair landing for an hour before he was discovered. The bullet had entered his right temple. An inquest will be conducted by Dr. C.M. Frye, Whiteside County coroner, at 4:30 p.m. Friday at the Melvin Funeral Home. Mr. Carpenter was born Oct. 23, 1880 on a farm in Elkhorn Grove in Carroll County, the son of Levi F and Amanda Carpenter. He spent his early life on the family farm and in 1916 went to Milledgeville where he learned the carpenter trade which he followed until he retired in 1940 because of ill health. He married the former Stella A. McCombs of Milledgeville on Feb. 5, 1902. Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Valorous H. Reed Cedar Rapids IA and a son Harold of Highland Park; two brothers, Harry of Polo and Brandt C of Chicago; a sister Mrs. Charles Bakener also of Polo. His wife died Dec. 30, 1946. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. Rev. L.W. Chamberlain of the First Christian Church officiating.
Dixon Evening Telegraph 17 Jul 1947