The below listed names were taken from The Lowell Sun newspaper's obituary section. The names are often printed on two days, I am only listing them once.
MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2011
PATRICIA A. NOLAN OF LOWELL
MADELINE T. ZAHER OF CHELMSFORD
R. GEORGE DASTOU, BELOVED FATHER AND BEST FRIEND
MARY (SANTOS) FERRERIA, LOVING MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER
RAYMOND A. NADEAU, LIFELONG RESIDENT OF LOWELL, ARMY VET; 79
CECILE A. CORMIER OF DRACUT
JAMES METELINOS OF LOWELL
MARGARET A. QUIRK OF LOWELL
ELEANOR T. L. PENDERGAST OF PELHAM, NH, FORMERLY OF LOWELL, MA
DR. L. RODGER CURRIE, RETIRED CHELMSFORD DENTIST, WWII VET
SUMNER MILTON GLADSTONE OF CHELMSFORD
TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2011
DANIEL S. ENWRIGHT, OF WESTFORD, MA.
LORRAINE B. PERRAULT, OF LOWELL; 74
GARETH T. "GARY" STACK, NAVY VETERAN; 73
CHRISTIAN MADDOX NTAPALIS, OF MERRIMACK, NH; 8 MONTHS
MARY E. DAVIS, OF WESTFORD, FORMERLY OF TEWKSBURY AND HARWICH
CHARLES E. SARGENT, FORMERLY OF PELHAM, NH
JAMES D. AUTERIO, OF PELHAM, NH; 59
ELEANOR T. L. PENDERGAST, OF PELHAM, FORMERLY OF LOWELL
DORIS E. HOWARD, 1922-2011
LENITA (LIVELY) BRENNAN, OF LITTLETON; 77
R. GEORGE DASTOU OF LOWELL
BEATRICE H. O'DAY, FORMERLY OF BILLERICA, MA
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 2011
LEON E. BELLEY, FORMERLY OF DUNSTABLE, MA
JAMES W. MORENCY, OF TYNGSBORO, MA; 38
EARL W. QUINN, OF CHELMSFORD; 82
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2011
JOSEPH SILVA, BELOVED FATHER, GRANDFATHER AND GREAT-GRANDFATHER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
ANNE B. NEARY, LOVING MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER
WALTER ROBERGE, FORMER RESIDENT OF DRACUT, MA
GILBERT J. MORAN SR., FORMERLY OF LAWRENCE, MA
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2011
ELEANOR A. MCGARRY (ELIOPOULOS), FORMER TYNGSBORO BOARD OF SELECTMAN; 74
EDWARD J. FLYNN, SR., LIVED IN PEABODY AND TEWKSBURY, ARMY VET; 87
LLOYD JUSTUS CRANDALL, JR, RETIRED CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER; 81
CHRISTOPHER COLTON MULDOON, INFANT SON OF PELHAM, NH PARENTS
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2011
VINCENT R. LOCICERO, OF DRACUT, MA; KOREAN WAR VET; 80
FREDERICK JAMES BROUILLETTE, SR., OF CHELMSFORD, MA, KOREAN WAR VET; 78
JUNE MARIE LUCE, LOVING SISTER, MOTHER, AND GRANDMOTHER
JAMES DEMETRIUS 'CHICK' CHICKLIS, MEMBER OF THE TRANSFIGURATION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
RICHARD E. BOHANNON, FORMERLY OF BILLERICA, MA, WWII VET; 83
ANTONIA E. 'TONI' GILMAN, LOVING MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER; 89
ANASTASIA HARRISON, RAISED IN DRACUT, MA; 91
YONNIE BALLAS HOUPIS, OF KEENE, NH, RETIRED SCHOOLTEACHER; 79
DOROTHY HOLDEN WERLICH, LIVED IN CHELMSFORD, MA, FORMER PRESIDENT OF NE ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS; 90
DENIS S. ADAMOWSKI, LIFELONG LOWELL RESIDENT
My blog has been changed to make it more appealing for those who have New England ancestors and want to see the area through photos. Things I’ll include are typical white New England churches, libraries showing their genealogical collection, historical societies, cemeteries, war memorials, in general, anything to do with history.
For four years I’ve blogged mostly about my personal genealogy in New England (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire), New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada. I still will, can’t forget my own roots.
Please check out the labels on the right side for articles. The header tabs at the top are a work in progress.
Sunday, September 4, 2011
From: Northfield News, February 2, 1897
Albert S. Cross, an old and respected citizen of Northfield, died at his home Jan. 23d. His death came after a protracted illness of four years. The funeral was held at the new church Tuesday, afternoon. Rev. E. C. Downey and Rev. Lucius Colburn of Barre officiating, assisted by the Gouldsville choir. The bearers were Herbert and Ernest, sons of the deceased, and L. B. Johnson and W. C. Terrill, his nephews. An autopsy was held by Drs. Goodale, Winch and Mayo which showed that he died of cancer of pancreas and other complications. He was born in Highgate, Dec. 9, 1829. His early days were spent in various places in Vermont and Canada; at one time he lived a [sic] Fitzroy Harbor, Ca., West, now Ontario, Fitzroy Harbor is now Ottawa, capitol of the Dominion. He once walked all the way from there to Montreal covering most of the way on the ice of the St. Lawrence.* His father afterwards removed to the States. He first talked French. For several terms he attended the Academy at Franklin. Not having the money to continue he went into business and began making brick which was his vocation. After engaging in making brick in several places he came to Gouldsville at the solicitation of friends and went into the bobbin business. In 1865 he married Lucy, daughter of Lucy and Luther Burnham. Soon after he bought out he heirs of the Burnham farm and engaged in farming which he followed till his death. He soon brought up the farm to a high state of cultivation. At one time he kept 40 cows. The financial panic of 1875 and the consequent fall in property fell heavily on him having bought at war value. He strove hard to work and get started anew. In this his efforts never flaged and had not a fire burnt out his property in 1891, would have undoubtedly succeeded. He was a man of great hope and always intended to do right. When he might have failed and gone into insolvency and paid a few cents on the dollar he refused to do so, preferring to try and pay 100 cents on the dollar. He was public spirited and had fortune favored him would have done much for the village. He was a man of exemplary habits, never using profane language, tobacco or intoxicating liquors. In 1892 he put up the block known as Cross block, the best business building in Gouldsville. He was taken ill about this time and suffered very much which he bore with wonderful patience and fortitude. He leaves a widow and three children, Mrs. Sanford Hall, Mrs. Eliza Whitney of Enosburg Falls, and Mrs. E. P. Fisk of Northfield; two brothers, Leonard, who lives in Knoxville, Tenn.; and Theodore, of Guelph, Ont.
* The distance was 180 miles (He once walked all the way from there to Montreal covering most of the way on the ice of the St. Lawrence.)
Albert was my 1st cousin 5 times removed.
Thanks to Larry McGrail (cousin) for sharing the obituary.