Chapter 8 - Gladys Mable (Hunt) Whiting 1897-1991

Chapter 8

 

Gladys Mable (Hunt) Whiting 1897-1991

 

Hunt Pedigree

Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+ and Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901

Daniel Wentworth Hunt 1850-1924+ and Dora V. Wells 1848-1917

Samuel Hunt 1816-1899 and Lydia Cook 1825-1915

William Hunt 1789-1865 and Mary Dunlap 1792-1843

Ephraim Hunt 1749-1818 and Martha Lowell 1760-1854

John Hunt, Jr. 1718-1789 and Mary Reed 1723-1797

John Hunt, Sr. 1681-1732 and Hannah Clough 1685-1752

Edward Hunt 1655-1727 and Ann Weed 1657-1711

Edward Hunt 1632-1665+ and Wife

Edmund Hunt 1613-1657 and Goodwife

 

Cook Pedigree

Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901 and Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+

Viola Elizabeth Cook 1861-1944 and Unknown Father

Samuel Cook 1829-1910 and Susannah Hunt 1831-1870+

Samuel Cook 1795-1850+ and Lydia Wentworth 1789-1870+

Cutting Cook 1761-1827 and Elizabeth Merrill 1766-1845

Samuel Cook 1720-1790 and Judith Bartlett 1726-1790

Samuel Cooke 1680-1734+ and Elizabeth Wilson 1685-1735+

 

Hunt-Cook Pedigree

Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+ and Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901

Daniel Wentworth Hunt 1850-1924+ and Dora V. Wells 1848-1917

Samuel Hunt 1816-1899 and Lydia Cook 1825-1915

Samuel Cook 1795-1850+ and Lydia Wentworth 1789-1870+

Cutting Cook 1761-1827 and Elizabeth Merrill 1766-1845

Samuel Cook 1720-1790 and Judith Bartlett 1726-1790

Samuel Cooke 1680-1734 and Elizabeth Wilson 1685-1735

Hunt-Wells Pedigree

Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+ and Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901

Daniel Wentworth Hunt 1850-1924+ and Dora V. Wells 1848-1917

Moses Wells 1807-1852 and Mary Rose Small 1811-1875

William Wells III 1781-1830 and Lydia Clark 1793-

Robert S. Wells 1742-1820 and Abigail Jefferds 1745-1803

Hon. Nathaniel Wells 1705-1776 and Dorothy Light 1716-1776

Thomas Wells 1673-1737 and Lydia Ropes 1676-1747

John Wells 1637-1677 and Sarah Littlefield 1649-1743

Dea. Thomas Wells 1605-1666 and Abigail Warner 1614-1671

 

Cook-Hunt Pedigree

Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+ and Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901

Viola Elizabeth Cook 1861-1944 and Unknown Father

Samuel Cook 1829-1910 and Susannah Hunt 1831-1870+

William Hunt 1789-1865 and Mary Dunlap 1792-1843

Ephraim Hunt 1749-1818 and Martha Lowell 1760-1854

John Hunt, Jr. 1718-1789 and Mary Reed 1723-1797

John Hunt, Sr. 1681-1732 and Hannah Clough 1685-1752

Edward Hunt 1655-1727 and Ann Weed 1657-1711

Edward Hunt 1632-1665+ and Wife

Edmund Hunt 1613-1657 and Goodwife

 

Cook-Wentworth Pedigree

Vidella M. Cook 1877-1901 and Pearl R. Hunt 1877-1901+

Viola Elizabeth Cook 1861-1944 and Unknown Father

Samuel Cook 1829-1910 and Susannah Hunt 1831-1870+

Samuel Cook 1795-1850+ and Lydia Wentworth 1789-1850+

John Wentworth 1740-1806 and Ann Blazo 1759-1807

Richard Wentworth 1708-1796 and Rebecca Knox 1713-1796

John Wentworth 1679-1718 and Martha Miller 1684-1755

Ezekiel Wentworth 1645-1712 and Elizabeth Knight 1656-1726

William Wentworth 1617-1697 and Elizabeth Kenney 1625-1698

William Wentworth 1594-1690 and Susanna Carter 1590-1652

Christopher Wentworth 1558-1633 and Catherine Marbury 1558-1633

William Wentworth 1519-1574 and Ellen Gilby 1535-1579

Oliver Wentworth 1489-1559 and Jane 1505-1558

Thomas Wentworth 1480-1521 and Jane Mirfield 1458-1516

  

          The fabled Gladys Mable Hunt[1] was born in Wellington, Maine, the only child of Della Tripp and Perdy [sic] Hunt[2]. "Della" Tripp is actually Vidella M. Cook[3], using her nickname and her father's last name. Perdy Hunt is also known as Pearl, Perly or Perley Hunt.

 

           Gladys Mable Hunt's birth certificate indicates that her color is "White", the same as both of her parents and all of their parents. In all cases, her pedigrees can be traced back to early 17th century England.

 

          Pearl “Perly” Hunt was born in Kingsbury, Maine, his occupation is "Laborer" and Vidella "Della" Tripp, born in Harmony, occupation "Housework". Gladys’ parents, Vidella M. Cook and Perly R. Hunt are second cousins, descendants of Samuel Cook[4] and Lydia Wentworth[5].

 

          It is also a fact that Perly R. Hunt and Vidella M. Cook are both descended from William Hunt[6] and Mary "Polly" Dunlap[7]. Perly R. Hunt and Vidella M. Cook are double second cousins, sharing half of their great-grandparents. All their ancestors are of English descent.

 

          Although the genealogy " The Descendants of Louisa Emily (Emmett) Sanders Tash" distributed in 2002 by Ellison "Durwood" Libby, claims that Gladys Mable Hunt is "a descendant of the Narragansett Indian Tribe of Canada", this statement is entirely untrue.

 

          The Narragansett Tribe is from Rhode Island, not Canada and Gladys is not descended from them. In fact, Gladys Hunt's lineage intersects with the Cook family, who are not Native American either.

 

          All of Gladys Mable Hunt's early ancestors were from England and originally settled within 35 miles of Boston, Massachusetts. The Hunts, Cooks and Wells families arrived to inhabit this New England coastline from Duxbury to Ipswich in the middle to late 1600's.

 

          Gladys’ “Hunt” ancestors were English and immigrated to Duxbury, Massachusetts. The "Edmund Hunt" House at 8 Hounds Ditch Lane in Duxbury is one of the oldest surviving residences in the U.S.

 

          In September of 1641, Edmund Hawes[8] exchanged 10 acres of land for 2,000 feet of sawn boards and built a house on Green's Harbor Path near Hounds Ditch. He had scarcely finished the house when he sold it in 1642 to Edmund Hunt[9]. The house was passed down from father to son and remained in the Hunt family for 228 years.

 

          Some of the Hunt family later moved to the adjacent town of Amesbury, Massachusetts and then John Hunt, Jr.[10] left Massachusetts in the early 1750's to relocate his family to Brunswick, Maine. This Hunt family eventually moved to Brighton Plantation, Maine, then later to nearby Kingsbury and Harmony, Maine, finally settling at Wellington.

 

          Gladys' "Cook" ancestors came from England in about 1699 and settled at Salem, Massachusetts, then later at nearby Newbury, Massachusetts. Some of the Cooks made their way to Maine about 1810, stopping for a generation in the Campton, New Hampshire area.

 

          Gladys Hunt's 4x great-grandmother, Judith Bartlett[11], wife of Samuel Cook[12], was the niece of Josiah Bartlett[13], the second signer of the Declaration of Independence. Gladys probably did not know this.

 

          Gladys Mable Hunt was also descended from Deacon Thomas Wells[14], who emigrated from Essex, England. Thomas Wells married Abigail Warner[15] on July 23, 1630. Thomas and Abigail were some of the earliest English inhabitants to settle in Ipswich, Massachusetts.

 

          Before his death, Thomas Wells had purchased 350 acres in the town of Wells, Maine. This property he bequeathed to his second son, John Wells[16] in a will dated November 15, 1666. John Wells, already settled in Maine, married Sarah Littlefield[17] of Wells on July 31, 1666.

 

          Gladys Hunt's parents, Vidella M. Cook and Perly Hunt, both age 19 were married on October 14, 1896, in Wellington and Gladys Mable Hunt was born there slightly more than three months later. Perly and Vidella Hunt were divorced on September 23, 1898 in Somerset County, Maine, when Gladys was just a baby.

 

          Vidella M. (Cook) Hunt remarried on August 19, 1899 in Palmyra, Maine to Seth L. Whiting[18]. It was a first marriage for Seth Whiting, age 38. Although illegitimate, Vidella M. Cook alternately uses her father's last name "Tripp" on this marriage record and on her first to Perly Hunt.

         

          On June 21, 1900, Gladys Mable Hunt is enumerated in the Census as Mabel G. Whiting, age 3, living in Vassalboro Town, Maine. Her mother is known as Ferdela [sic] Whiting, age 22 and Gladys’ step-father, Seth L. Whiting is age 39. Vidella and Seth Whiting are shown as having been married for less than a year.

 

          Seth Whiting was a farmer, living on property that they were renting. Seth and Vidella Whiting would have one child together, Seth O'Dell Whiting[19], who was born in Wellington.

 

          Vidella M. (Cook-Tripp) Hunt Whiting died in Wellington at age 23. Probably suffering from post-partum psychosis, Vidella committed suicide, leaving 4-year-old Gladys Hunt and newborn Seth O. Whiting. Cause of Death is attributed to “Circumcision of Right Arm”.

 

          There are no 1910 Census records for Gladys M. Hunt, for her half-brother Seth O. Whiting or Seth L. Whiting. The next record for Seth L. Whiting was when he married for a second time to Lucinda T. (Hanscom) Mace Stinneford[20] on January 1, 1913 in Garland, Maine. Both were age 51 and listed as residents of Dover, Maine at the time of their marriage. Gladys Hunt and her half-brother Seth Whiting would have been teenagers by this time, not needing a step-mother.          

          Gladys M. Hunt, age 19 and George E. Whiting[21], age 21 were married on January 31, 1917 in Garland. Intentions were filed on the 21st of January. Their first child Vidella Marian Whiting[22] was born less than six months after their wedding.

 

          At the time of her marriage, Gladys M. Hunt was a resident of Pittsfield, Maine and George Whiting lived in Garland. Records show that Gladys Mable Hunt has a seventh-grade education and George Elisco Whiting attended school for eight years.

 

          Gladys Hunt and George Whiting had been raised as first cousins because Seth L. Whiting, Gladys' step-father and George W. Whiting[23], George E.'s father are brothers. Seth and George W. Whiting's parents, Francina Ann Spearin[24] and Ephraim Whiting[25] were also first cousins.

 

In 1920, in Garland, Gladys M., age 23 and George E. Whiting, age 24, live with their 2-year-old daughter Vidilla [sic] M. Whiting.          

          The other children of George Whiting and Gladys Hunt, all born in Garland are: Merle E. Whiting[26] who died in Garland, at about 4 years old; Fred Elisco Whiting[27] who died in Lewiston, Maine at age 63; Madeline Dora Whiting[28] who died in Garland, age about 3 years, the same year as her brother Merle and their youngest child, Mildred Evelyn Whiting[29], who died in Clinton, Massachusetts at age 44.

 

          In 1930, George Whiting, age 34, Gladys Whiting, age 33, Vidella M. Whiting age 12, Fred E. Whiting, age 6 and Mildred E. Whiting, age 2 all live in Garland. George Whiting is a "common laborer", doing "odd jobs" and he owns a home that is valued at $1,000.

          Gladys and George Whiting divorced before 1940, but most likely they separated in the early 1930's when Gladys Hunt Whiting would give birth to an illegitimate daughter, Charlene Hester Whiting[30], born in Garland. It is unclear how Charlene ended up as a 'Welfare Child' living with Elton S. Jones[31] and Ada M. (Dings)[32] Jones in Barkhamsted, Litchfield County, Connecticut in the 1940 Census. But, Charlene’s foster mother, Ada M. Jones would live to be more than 105 years old!

 

          Charlene Whiting graduated from The Gilbert School[33] in Winsted, Connecticut in 1952. She soon married Floyd Victor Haynes[34] on December 25, 1952 in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. They had four daughters: Alice Ada Haynes, born in 1955; Rhoda Ann Haynes, born in 1958; Carlotta May Haynes, born in 1960 and Brenda Haynes, born on September 1, 1962 in Winsted.

 

          Charlene (Whiting) Haynes was granted an uncontested divorce from Floyd V. Haynes on August 9, 1968 in the Litchfield County Court. Grounds for divorce: Cruelty. Curiously, this decree shows that there are eight or more children under the age of 18 at the residence of the “Plaintiff” (Wife-Charlene). Did Charlene and Floyd Haynes have four more children between 1963 and 1968 or is this an error?

 

          Floyd V. Haynes was born in Connecticut and is known as Lloyd V. Haines in the 1930 Newington, Connecticut Census. In 1940, Floyd is living in Barkhamsted Town, Connecticut with his parents and younger siblings, Paul and Patricia. This would be the last year that Floyd V. Haynes attended school. He was 13 and in the eighth grade.

 

          After the divorce from Charlene, it appears that Floyd Haynes had a brief marriage in Marion County Florida. Floyd Haynes married on March 28, 1975 [sic] and then divorced on June 2, 1975 from a woman named “Sylvia”. There is a record for Sylvia Ann Miller, who married on March 3, 1973 in Orange, Florida to spouse “Haynes”. There is a record for a marriage in Orange County, Florida for Sylvia Ann Haynes on October 17, 1987. This record also shows her name as Sylvia Ann Uhls.

 

          Floyd Haynes married again on February 14, 1979 in Manchester, Connecticut to Theresa P. Barile[35]. They moved to Orange Park, Florida, where Theresa died and then Floyd eventually moved to a town in Marion County, Florida. I don’t know what happened to Charlene Hester (Whiting) Haynes after her divorce from Floyd, but in 2018, she would be 84 years old and might still be alive. I would like to find her.

 

          Gladys Hunt Whiting's illegitimate son, her 7th child, Chester Judkins Kimball Whiting[36] was born in Sharon, Connecticut, although it is recorded as Sharon, Maine. Chester Whiting died at age 15 days and is buried in an unmarked grave in Hillside Cemetery in Sharon, CT.

 

          In the 1940 Census, Gladys M. Whiting has two "lodgers", Carroll Edison Richards[37], a widower that had been living there since 1935 according to the record. But it probably wasn't until after the death of his wife in 1936. Carroll E. Richards was a "painter" in 1940.

 

          Carroll E. Richards was first married on August 19, 1928 to Sadie Scott[38], a widow whose first husband, Eugene C. Mcdonald[39] had died the year before. Sadie Scott and Eugene Mcdonald were married on November 16, 1912 in Garland and had six children.

 

          In the 1930 Census records, Carroll E. Richards is known as Carvel E. Richards, living with his wife Sadie and her five children in Garland. The children are incorrectly enumerated as Alma, Leia, Arnold E., Frederick C. and Irene E. Richards. In actuality, the children's names are Albina Mcdonald[40], Lera Mcdonald[41], Arnold Lee Mcdonald[42], Frederick Chester Mcdonald[43] and Irene Emma or Eunice Mcdonald[44].

 

          Albina C. Mcdonald married Lawrence G. Godsoe[45] on October 25, 1931 and then she married Henry J. Theriault , Sr. on July 1, 1957. Lera Mcdonald married Arnold V. Gould[46]. Irene E. Mcdonald married on December 5, 1938 to Leon H. Leathers[47] in Corinna, Maine and on April 17, 1958 to Clyde M. Maskell[48].

 

          The other "lodger" living on Notch Road in Garland with Gladys Hunt in 1940 is William M. Farrell[49], a widower, whose occupation is listed as "Blacksmith". William Farrell has completed two years of College according to this record but has only worked for 5 weeks during the previous year in 1939.

 

          It is quite likely that Gladys Whiting and William Farrell had been previously acquainted, because William Farrell had been married to Leona Elizabeth "Lizzie" Noyes[50], the younger half-sister of Gladys' sister-in-law, Myrtle V. (Willey) Whiting[51]. Myrtle Willey was married to Gladys' half-brother, Seth O'Dell Whiting.

 

          Leona "Lizzie" A. Noyes, was born in Bingham, Maine and on June 11, 1917, at 15 years old, was married there to Charles H. Brown[52]. They had a son Perly Fred Brown[53], who was born in Athens. The marriage was extremely short-lived and ended before 1920.

 

          Leona Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Noyes) Brown Farrell died giving birth to her sixth child, son Franklin Delano Roosevelt Farrell[54] at home. Lizzie had been sent home from the hospital only days earlier, even though they knew her life was in danger once she went into labor.

 

          Her oldest daughter, Lena A. "Annie" Farrell[55], was sent to the firehouse to call for an ambulance, but she stumbled in the snow and lost a boot. By the time she reached her destination, crucial time had passed. When the ambulance arrived at their house, her mother was already dead. Lizzie Farrell was 31 years old. She left her husband, five daughters and two sons, one a newborn.

 

          Annie Farrell blamed herself for her mother's death and suffered from grave depression throughout her lifetime. Eventually, she drank chronically and never left her apartment. She died in New York at age 61 from untreated metastasized breast cancer.

 

          Lena Angie "Annie" Farrell Jackendoff[56] is the subject of a memoir by her daughter, Beth J. Harpaz, entitled "Finding Annie Farrell".

 

          The family soon split up after Lizzie L. (Noyes) Brown Farrell's death and the children were separated from their father and each other. William Farrell was sent to jail because he didn't have the money to care for his children and then they were all sent to live with strangers, because he refused to let them go to school.

 

         In the 1940 Census, William's daughter Lena Farrell, age 17 is employed as a housekeeper in Southwest Harbor Town, Maine with the family of F. Lawrence Stewart[57] [sic], a Public High School Principal. William Farrell's 15-year-old daughter Leona Farrell[58] is a resident of the Maine State School for Girls in Hallowell, Maine.

 

          William's daughter Achsah Farrell[59] age 12, is living as a 'Boarder' in Hartland, Maine in the home of Ida Gee[60], a 71-year-old widow. Eleven-year-old William Farrell, Jr.[61] is in a rural section of Cornville, Maine called Cass Corner, living as a 'Boarder' with Sarah Nichols[62].

 

          William Farrell, Jr. did not attend school that year according to the record in 1940. It was said by family members that William Farrell, Jr. was feeble-minded. The youngest child, Franklin "Frankie" D. R. Farrell had been run over by a car and died two years prior to the Census.

 

          William Farrell's two youngest daughters Nadine [sic] Farrell[63], age 8 and Leathene Farrell[64], age 7 were living in Caanan Town, Maine in the 1940 Census with Alton[65] and Nellie (Holt)[66] Goodridge.

 

          William Michael Farrell died in Howland, Maine under suspicious circumstances, according to his daughters. The police dismissed their claims and there never was an investigation.

 

          Gladys M. Whiting continued to live in very primitive conditions into the late 20th century[67]. There was no electricity or running water, just a hand-pump in the kitchen sink. The privy was out back, relocated as the need required. She had goats for milk, but without refrigeration, fresh food and sustenance must have been day to day.

 

          In her final days, Gladys was placed in a nursing home in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine and after her death, the property on Upper Notch Road was willed to two of her grandchildren: Richard Arthur Tash[68] and his wife Elaine Joyce (Safford)[69] Fontaine Tash, who are first cousins. That is definitely one way of keeping it all in the family, including DNA.

 

          Gladys Mable (Hunt) Whiting died in the Dover-Foxcroft nursing home at the age of 94. As Caucasian as the day she was born.

[1] Gladys Mable Hunt b Jan 22, 1897 d Feb 24, 1991; dau of Pearl Hunt 1877-1901+ & Vidella Cook 1877-1901

[2]Pearl R. Hunt b 1877 d 1901+; son of Daniel W. Hunt 1850-1924+ & Dora V. Wells 1848-1917

[3] Vidella M. Cook b Oct 15, 1877 d Feb 11, 1901; dau of Viola E. Cook 1861-1944 & Frederick W. Tripp 1858-1907

[4] Samuel Cook b Aug 31, 1795 d 1850+; son of Cutting Cook 1761-1827 and Betsey Merrill 1766-1845

[5] Lydia Wentworth b Nov 12, 1789 d 1870+; dau of John Wentworth 1744-1806 & Ann Blazo -1807

[6] William Hunt b Jul 19, 1789 d 1865; son of Ephraim Hunt 1749-1818 & Martha Lowell 1760-1854

[7] Mary "Polly" Dunlap b 1792 d Nov 25, 1843; dau of Robert Dunlap of Litchfield, ME

[8] Edmund Hawes b Oct 1612 d Jun 9, 1693; son of Edmund Hawes; g-son of William Hawes & Ursula Colles

[9] Edmund Hunt b 1613 d 1657; Immigrant ancestor; son of Hunt born in England

[10] John Hunt, Jr. b Dec 21, 1718 d Dec 19, 1789; son of John Hunt 1681-1732 & Hannah Clough 1685-1752

[11] Judith Bartlett b 1727 d 1767; dau of Thomas Bartlett 1705-1771 & Hannah Moody 1696-1800

[12] Samuel Cook b 1720 d 1790; son of Samuel Cook 1680-1734 & Elizabeth Wilson 1685-1735

[13] Josiah Bartlett b Nov 21, 1729 d May 19, 1795; son of Stephen Bartlet 1691-1773 & Hannah Webster 1692-1768

[14] Dea. Thomas Wells b Dec 11, 1605 d Oct 26, 1666; born in Essex, England the son of Wells

[15] Abigail Warner b Jun 2, 1614 d Jul 22, 1671; dau of William Warner 1585-1648 & Abigail Baker

[16] John Wells b 1637 d Apr 11, 1677; son of Thomas Wells 1605-1666 & Abigail Warner 1614-1671

[17] Sarah Littlefield b Nov 16, 1649 d Apr 27, 1743; dau of Francis Littlefield 1619-1713 & Rebecca Rust 1630-1685

[18] Seth L. Whiting b 1861 d 1930+; son of Ephraim Whiting 1839-1910 & Francina A. Shearin 1836-1883

[19] Seth O. Whiting b Dec 19,1900 d Oct 3, 1968; son of Seth L. Whiting 1861-1930+ & Vidella Cook 1877-1901

[20] Lucinda T. Hanscom b Aug 22, 1861 d 1930+; dau of Aaron Hanscom 1835-1860+ & Frances Ham 1835-1906

[21] George E. Whiting b Apr 13, 1895 d Aug 1965; son of George W. Whiting 1866-1942 & Thurza J. Inman 1875-1958

[22] Vidella Whiting b Jun 9, 1917 d Jan 31, 2007; dau of George E. Whiting 1895-1965 & Gladys M. Hunt 1897-1991

[23] George W. Whiting b Oct 1866 d 1942; son of Ephraim Whiting 1839-1910 & Francina Ann Spearin 1836-1883

[24] Francina Spearin b Apr 21, 1836 d Jan 30, 1883; dau of Reuben Spearin 1808-1840+ & Sarah Whiting 1815-1882

[25] Ephraim E. Whiting b Feb 4, 1839 d Sep 6, 1910; son of Leonard Whiting 1808-1880+ & Hannah Dyer 1807-1849

[26] Merle Whiting b Oct 21, 1922 d 1927; son of George E. Whiting 1895-1965 & Gladys M. Hunt 1897-1991

[27] Fred E. Whiting b Dec 20, 1923 d Aug 18, 1987; son of George E. Whiting 1895-1965 & Gladys M. Hunt 1897-1991

[28] Madeline Whiting b May 10, 1924 d 1927; dau of George E. Whiting 1895-1965 & Gladys M. Hunt 1897-1991

[29] Mildred Whiting b Jun 5, 1927 d Feb 4, 1972; dau of George E. Whiting 1895-1965 & Gladys M. Hunt 1897-1991

[30] Charlene Hester Whiting b Jan 24, 1934; dau of Gladys M. (Hunt) Whiting 1897-1991 & Unknown

[31] Elton Samuel Jones b Jul 7, 1886 d Jun 9, 1949; son of Samuel S. Jones 1850-1910+ & Eleanor Nye 1860-1910+

[32] Ada May Dings b Dec 30, 1887 d Apr 18, 1993; dau of Hiram J. Dings 1857-1910+ & Alice A. Beardsley 1868-1940+

[33] Gilbert School, 200 Williams Avenue, Winsted, CT 06098

[34] Floyd V. Haynes b Sep 22, 1926 d Jun 16, 2004; son of Paul L. Haynes 1906-1940+ & Charlotte 1907-1940+

[35] Theresa P. Barile b Feb 6, 1933 d May 8, 1996; dau of Unknown

[36] Chester J. K. Whiting b May 22, 1935 d Jun 6, 1935; son of Gladys M. (Hunt) Whiting 1897-1991 & Unknown

[37] Carroll E. Richards b Aug 13, 1889 d Jul 27, 1947; son of Josiah Richards 1850-1929 & Bernice Tuttle 1863-1948

[38] Sadie M. Scott b Mar 1887 d 1936; dau of Robert Scott 1860-1938 & Albina Foster 1869-1945

[39] Eugene C. Mcdonald b Aug 14, 1881 or 1878 d 1927; son of John Mcdonald & Emma Gene Bangs

[40] Albina Mcdonald b Jun 4, 1913 d 1959; dau of Eugene Mcdonald 1878-1927 & Sadie Scott 1887-1936

[41] Lera Mcdonald b Jun 29, 1915 d Aug 21, 1999; dau of Eugene Mcdonald 1878-1927 & Sadie Scott 1887-1936

[42] Arnold L. Mcdonald b Feb 28, 1917 d Dec 5, 2003; son of Eugene Mcdonald 1878-1927 & Sadie Scott 1887-1936

[43] Frederick C. Mcdonald b Jun 6 or 7, 1919 d Dec 29, 1994; son of Eugene Mcdonald 1878-1927 & Sadie Scott 1887-1936

[44] Irene E. Mcdonald b Aug 29 or 31, 1922 d Sep 21, 1979; dau of Eugene Mcdonald 1878-1927 & Sadie Scott 1887-1936

[45] George Lawrence Godsoe b Jul 19, 1900 d Jun 18, 1970; son of George N. Godsoe 1863-1933 & Caroline Yeomans 1873-1942

[46] Arnold V. Gould b Sep 28, 1915 d Dec 22, 1992; son of Charles F. Gould 1872-1947 & Lena B. Prosser 1886-1957

[47] Leon H. Leathers b May 3, 1918 d Apr 1, 1989; son of Irving G. Leathers 1888-1973 & Ida S. Buzzell 1888-1979

[48] Clyde M. Maskell b Apr 14, 1922 d Jun 1981; son of George G. Maskell 1897-1965 & Alma M. Farley 1901-1975

[49] William Michael Farrell b May 25, 1886 d Jul 28, 1954; son of Michael Farrell 1857-1920+ & Lena Michaud 1862-1898

[50] Leona E. Noyes b Jun 2, 1902 d Dec 8, 1933; dau of Alonzo Noyes 1864-1928 & Laura Etta Chase 1867-1920+

[51] Myrtle V. Willey b Nov 18, 1912 d Jan 30, 1951; dau of Frank Willey 1871-1936 & Leydia Henry 1898-1984

[52] Charles Howard Brown b May 4, 1891 d 1941+; son of Fred B. Brown 1869-1950 & Clara E. Eames 1874-1938

[53] Perley F. Brown b Oct 2, 1918 d May 7, 2006; son of Charles H. Brown 1891- & Leona "Lizzie" Noyes 1902-1933

[54] Franklin Farrell b Dec 8, 1933 d Nov 11, 1938; son of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[55] Lena Angie Farrell b Dec 4, 1922 d Jun 13, 1983; dau of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[56] David R. Jackendoff b Jan 20, 1911 d Feb 22, 1993; son of Harry Jackendoff 1871-1948 & Bella 1874-1955

[57] F. Lawrence Stuart b Sep 2, 1909 d Jun 21, 2002; son of Herman H. Stuart 1881-1968 & Blanche L. Gould 1881-1920+

[58] Leona L. Farrell b May 6, 1924 d May 31, 2013; dau of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[59] Achsah L. Farrell b Mar 5, 1928 d Mar 12, 2003; dau of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[60] Ida (Weeks) Gee b 1869 d 1946; dau of Daniel Weeks 1841-1902 & Caroline Daggett 1840-1910

[61] William M. Farrell, Jr. b Dec 14, 1929 d Jun 16, 1999; son of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[62] Sarah A. (Parks) Gagnon Nichols b Jul 30, 1877 d 1940+; dau of John P. Parks 1843-1930 & Mary F. Violette 1845-1922

[63] Nadeen "Nancy" A. Farrell DiCroce b Apr 23, 1931 d; dau of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[64] Leathene E. Farrell Spencer b Sep 10, 1932; dau of William M. Farrell 1886-1954 & Leona E. Noyes 1902-1933

[65] Alton Ansel Goodridge b Jun 2, 1875 d Dec 19, 1965; son of Ansel Goodridge 1849-1923 & Isabelle 1853-1913

[66] Nellie K. Holt b May 12, 1874 d 1944; dau of Alden Holt 1818-1882 & Mary E. Nason 1833-1924

[67] Electricity was finally installed on Upper Notch Road in Garland, Maine in about 2005

[68] Richard Arthur Tash b Mar 31, 1943; son of George W. Ryer 1915-1993 & Vidella M. Whiting 1917-2007

[69] Elaine Joyce Safford b Jun 6, 1951; dau of Everett R. Safford 1919-1980 & Mildred E. Whiting 1927-1972

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