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1 First Unitarian Church of Worcester Family: F320
2 m. At the Methodist parsonage, Fairville (St. John) by Rev. John
C. Berrie, George EAGLES / Violet PEACOCK, all of North End. 
Family: F377
3 m. Tuesday eve. 5th inst.,m by Rev. Canon Harrison, Samuel NAVES
/ Miss Sarah CLARK both of town of Portland (St. John)

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 34 Number 37

Rank 74
Date August 7, 1873
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Newspaper The Daily Telegraph 
Family: F447
4 m. Wednesday, by Rev. Gray, Moses SPRAGG / Mary MUNFORD, Daniel
F. Johnson : Volume 4 Number 1482 . 
Family: F449
5 Marriage Bond was issued January 28, 1836 Family: F48
6 Married at St. Kevin's Roman Catholic Church Family: F1
7 Married at the Immaculate Conception Church in New Bedford
From the Fall River Evening Herald, June 12 1923,
Miss Anna Lambert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lambert 183
Thomas Street, was united in marriage this morning in the
Immaculate Conception Churcdh to Edward A. Duperre, Sr, 25
Kellogg Street. Ceremony was performed by Rev. Edward J. Carr,
who celebrated the nuptialmass that followed. The bride was
attended by her sister, Miss Ethel Lambert and the bridegroom by
Virgil Duperre. During the mass, Miss Marguerite Reilly played
organ selections. The bride's gift to her attendants a pearl
necklace and the groom's gift to the best man was a pair of cuff
links. A reception was held at the home of the bride where a
breakfast was served to about 50 guests being from Providence,
Springfield and Hartford. Mr and Mrs Duperre left today for a
honeymoon trip to be spent in Boston and Hartford, Conn. They
will make their residence at 183 Thomas Street. 
Family: F410
8 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F409
9 Married by Elder Martin-- at the home of Peninnah's father,
James Wilson. 
Family: F126
10 Married by F.A. Frigughietti, Pastor of St. Johns Church Family: F366
11 Married by F.A. Frigughietti, Pastor of St. Johns Church Family: F179
12 Married by Governor Endicott Family: F122
13 Married by Phillip Grace at St. Mary's Church Family: F3
14 Married by Rev. P.S. Dickinson Congregational Clergyman of
Family: F52
15 Married by Samuel Wilkinson, Justice Family: F130
16 Mildred learned to ice skate quite young and she also played
hockey. She met her husband ice skating and spent quite a bit
of time together on the ice. 
Family: F29
17 Sarah was a resident of Lexington at the time of her marriage Family: F91
18 Vol: 451 ; Page: 615 Family: F342
19 Vol: 451 ; Page: 615 Family: F341
20 Vol: 490 ; Page: 76
Married Fred T. Knight, Quincy, Ma 
Family: F571
21 Vol: 548 ; Page: 93 Family: F364
22 Vol: 612 ; Page: 92
married by Wm. B. Ayers Clergyman Quincy 
Family: F365
23 Witness 1 JAMES CAHILLANE Witness 2 Mary Galvin Family: F537
24 Witnesses:
W.G. Scott &
Letticia Scott 
Family: F30
25 Witnesses: Edward Ford & Annie Neville
Married at St. Joseph Church 
Family: F256
26 Witnesses: Eugene Sullivan & Julia Harrington Family: F19
27 Witnesses: Jeremiah Neil and Patrick Sullivan Family: F533
28 Witnesses: William Peacck & Maggie Peacock Family: F234
29 Witnesses: Nathan F. Blackney & John Woodside Family: F430
30 Witnesses: Patrick Harrington & Elizabeth Mead Family: F17
31 Died at age 52 Sarah C
32 Cause of Death: Scarlett Fever Daniel Loriston AUSTIN
33 Cause of Death: cancer Diantha L AUSTIN
34 Cause of Death: Chronic Myocarditis & Cardiac Asthma Edwin Dwight AUSTIN
35 Cause of Death: "Fits" Gena Leslie AUSTIN
Settled first in Cambridge (then called Newton), Ma and later
Hingham (as early as 1635), Ma. In 1643 he was in Taunton. In
1650, he sold his possessions in Hingham to John Beal Sr.
consisting of about six acres, his home lot with house and barn,
eight acres of land in Hockley neck and four acres at Broad
"The several parcels of land and meadown legally given unto
Jonas Austen by the Town of Hingham: 3 July 1636, "for a
houselot five acres of land": undated, "for a planting lot four
acres of land;8 October 1637, "for a great lot twelve acres of
land lying upon the Great Plain 28 Lot in the first furlong";
undated, "two acres of salt march lying in Layford's Liking
Meadow"; undated, "four acres of land lying in Hockly
Field...which four acres of land was given him for satisfaction
for a part of his houselotthat was taken away for the highway
which runs between John Beales houselot and his own"; and,
undated, "three acres of meadown at Conyehassett its the fifth
lot over the river". 
37 In 1634 Jonah and Constance sailed on the Hercules of Sandwich
for New England with their children Jonah and Mary , and Lydia
Robinson, who was Constances' daugher by her first husband
William Robinson. 
38 Died at age 17mths Julia AUSTIN
39 Cause of death: Myocarditis/arteriosclorisis. Died in a nursing
William Henry AUSTIN
40 Funeral by Erle C. Whitty William Henry AUSTIN
41 Myocarditis Louise A. Babbitt
42 Cause of Death: Inflammation of bowels Loriston Baldwin
43 Copyright, 2003, The Recorder, Greenfield, MA

There will be a calling hour from 10 to 11 a.m. at Witty's
Funeral Home. A guest register is available at

A graveside service will be held Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. in South
Cemetery. The Rev. Vance E. Frank will officiate.

She leaves a son, Peter Austin of Barkhamstead, Conn.; two
sisters, Dorothy Bowman of Orleans, and Frances Pudvah of
Hardwick, Vt.; seven grandchildren; eight great grandchildren,
and several nephew and nieces.

Her husband, Richard F. Austin, died in 1992, a son, Terry
Macomber died in 1996 and her daughter, Vicki Sinclair died in

Before moving to Blackstone three years ago, she lived at King
James Court.

She enjoyed cooking, homemaking and raising plants

A square dancer for many years, she was a former member of the
Jumptown Twirlers.

She moved to Orange in 1953 where she worked several years as a
clerk at the former Leavitt's Market.

Austin grew up in Vermont and graduated from Orleans, Vt. High
School in 1935.

Born in Irasburg, Vt., Feb. 21, 1916, a daughter of Raleigh and
Susie (Page) Baldwin

ORANGE -- Arlene L. "Teenie" (Baldwin) Austin, 87, formerly of
Warwick Road, died Friday (11-14-03), in the Blackstone Nursing
Home, Blackstone.

Deceased Name: Arlene L. Austin

Recorder, The (Greenfield, MA) - November 17, 2003

Arlene L. Austin: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice 
Arlene Balwin
44 Abel changed his name from Beal to Beals after arriving in
Not long after arrivan John Beal became a landholder obtaining a
grant of six acres for a house lot on what is now the south side
of South Street west of Hersey Street. 
46 From Hartford, Ct Thomas BEALE
47 Kennebec Journal (Augusta, ME) - January 7, 2004

Deceased Name: Alice Pearl Beals 1911-2004

AUGUSTA -- Alice P. Beals, 92, formerly of Waterville and
Madison, died Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004, at MaineGeneral
Rehabilitation and Nursing Care at Gray Birch in Augusta.

She had been residing at Granite Hill Estates in Hallowell prior
to her illness.

Alice was born Aug. 21, 1911, in Blaine, the daughter of Chester
and Minnie (Boobar) Beals.

She graduated from Brownville High School with the class of
1928, was a graduate of Aroostook State Normal School and
received a bachelor's degree from Farmington State Teachers

Alice married Edwin B. Beals on Oct. 15, 1946, in Madison, where
they spent 42 years of married life together.

Her teaching career of 40 years included teaching in Anson Rural
School; Garret Schenck School of Anson; a Seekonk, Mass. school,
where she was principal and grade 1 teacher; and the Western
Avenue School in Madison, where she taught grade 1 for 25 years,
20 of which she served as principal.

She was a member of the Somerset Retired Teachers, the Maine
Teachers Association and the National Education Association; and
a member of the United Baptist Church of Madison for more than
68 years. She served as church organist for 25 years, served on
several committees, taught Sunday school, sang in the choir and
was a member and past president of the Lizzie C. Moore Philathea

Alice enjoyed many hobbies, including knitting and crocheting.

She was predeceased by her husband, Edwin B. Beals, in 1988; a
sister, Elva Larson, in 1984; and a foster sister, Hattie

She is survived by two stepsons, Earl B. Beals and his wife,
Gwen, of Worcester, Mass., and Edwin Dale Beals and his wife,
Rosalie, of Dudley, Mass.; a stepdaughter, Edwina Gail O'Day of
Greenville, W.Va.; a sister, Esther B. Edwards of Hallowell; 14
stepgrandchildren; 27 stepgreat-grandchildren; and several
nieces and nephews.

Visiting hours will be 1-3 p.m. Wednesday at Giberson Funeral
Home, 40 Maple St., Madison. A funeral service will be held at 1
p.m. Thursday at United Baptist Church, 43 Maple St., Madison,
with the Rev. Richard Haynie officiating. Interment will occur
later in the spring at Forest Hill Cemetery in Madison.

In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make a memorial
contribution to the Alice P. Beals Scholarship Fund of United
Baptist Church, 43 Maple St., Madison 04950.

Copyright, 2004, Blethen Maine Newspapers, Inc. 
Alice Beals
48 Died of an Accident Andrew West BEALS
49 Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) - August 23, 2002

Deceased Name: Eugene R. Beals, 84

OXFORD -- Eugene R. Beals, 84, of 27 Oxbow Road, North Oxford, a
World War II veteran, died Thursday, Aug. 22, at home after an

He leaves his wife of 56 years, Goldena

Dena'' (Hawksley)
Beals; three sons, Earl Beals of Worcester, Dale Beals of Dudley
and Russell Beals of Westboro; two daughters, Gail O'Day of
Greenville, W.Va., and Joy A. Green of North Oxford; three
sisters, Juanita Rideout of Mars Hill, Maine, Mildred Bradstreet
of Brunswick, Maine, and Doris Terrill of Blaine, Maine; 20
grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; three
great-great-grandchildren; several nephews, nieces,
step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren. A brother, Otis
Beals, and a sister, Phyllis Beals, predeceased him. He was born
in Blaine, son of Lyle and Annie M. (Van Tassel) Beals, and
lived here more than 60 years. He was an Army veteran of World
War II, serving as a staff sergeant in the Pacific, including
the Philippines.

Mr. Beals was a carpenter before retiring. He was a member of
Veterans of Foreign Wars Oxford Post 5663 and Free Baptist
Church in Blaine. He was an affiliate member of First Baptist
Church of Oxford. He also enjoyed gardening.

The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 26, in
First Baptist Church of Oxford, 693 Main St., North Oxford.
Burial, with military honors by the Oxford Memorial Guard, will
be in North Cemetery. Calling hours are 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Aug.
25, in Robert J. Miller-Oxford Funeral Home, 247 Main St. In
lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to First Baptist
Church, PO Box 577, North Oxford, MA 01537; or to Free Baptist
Church, Blaine, ME 04734.

Copyright (c) 2002 Worcester Telegram & Gazette Corp 
Eugene Russell BEALS
50 Evelyn came to Wendell to join her sister "Aunt Rena" . While
in Wendell she taught school.
Evelyn met her husband shortly after coming to Wendell and soon
after married him. 
Evelyn Maud BEALS

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