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151 Rita M. Kirwin
NEWPORT - Rita M. Kirwin,

86, of Gilroy Street, Newport, died Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at the Grand Islander Health Care Center.
She was the wife of James Francis Kirwin.
Born in Newport on September 22, 1923, she was a daughter of the late Thomas and Margaret (Collins) Kelley.
Rita was a graduate of Catholic University in Washington, DC, class of 1945. After college she resided on Potter Street in Newport where she spent every summer enjoying time with her grandmother Mary and aunts Mae, Helen, and Betty Collins. She was a registered nurse and clinical instructor, teaching at the Newport Hospital School of Nursing and Binghamton Hospital in New York. Rita also later worked as a private duty nurse for the Van Buren family.
After her marriage to Frank in 1950, Rita left Newport for Saudi Arabia. Rita and Frank later lived in Cameroon, Indonesia and in the US in Louisiana and Michigan. After retiring in Newport, Rita enjoyed staying in touch with the friends from her lifetime of travels. Above all, she took great joy in spending time with her family.
She was a parishioner of St. Augustin Church in Newport.
Besides her husband of 60 years, she leaves her children Kenneth P. Kirwin and his wife Elaine of Warwick, Patrick L. Kirwin and his wife Clare of Middletown, and Kevin A. Kirwin and his wife Ann of Andover, MA; 6 grandchildren, Jessica, Thomas, Kaitlin, Kelley, Lauren and Dana; her brothers, Raymond Kelley of Long Island, NY and Thomas Kelley of Albuquerque, NM; a sister, Patricia Strittmatter of Yorktown Heights, NY; and her cousins, Betty Ann Nelson, Brenda Finn, and John Patrick Collins.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Monday, August 16, 2010 at 10 a.m. in St. Augustin Church, Carroll Avenue, Newport. Burial will be in St. Columba Cemetery, Middletown.
Visiting hours will be held on Sunday, August 15, 2010 from 2-5 p.m. in the ONeill-Hayes Funeral Home, 465 Spring Street, Newport.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Visiting Nurse Services of Newport & Bristol Counties, P.O. Box 690, Portsmouth, RI 02871.
For more information visit 
Rita Margaret Kelley
152 Cause of Death: Meningitis, probable tubercular_ Anna Page KIRWIN
153 James (Frank) Kirwin, 91, of Gilroy Street Newport died Sunday March 4, 2012 at the Village House Nursing Home in Newport, RI. He was the husband of the late Rita M (Kelley) Kirwin. Frank was born in Newport on April 23, 1920. He was the son of the late Joseph and Anna (Sheekey) Kirwin.

He was a graduate of Rogers High School 1939. He began his career in 1946 in Logistics and Materials Management in Saudi Arabia, for the company Aramco. He worked around the world for Mobile Oil Company in West Africa, Caltex in New York and Indonesia and Bechtel Power Division across the United States and returning to Saudi Arabia until his retirement. A veteran of WWII, Frank retired as an Army Sargent. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 1 Dennis E. Collins in Newport. He was also a member of ARAMCO retirees.

Frank was an avid tennis player and Newport Rugby's biggest fan. Family and friends were his greatest interests. He made connections with everyone with his stories and memories of Newport.

Survived by his three sons, Kenneth P. Kirwin and his wife Elaine, Patrick L. Kirwin and his wife Clare, Kevin A. Kirwin and his wife Ann. Six grandchildren, Jessica and husband Mark, Thomas, Kaitlin, Kelley, Lauren and Dana. Two great grandchildren Michael and Isaac Cerbo. Frank was the brother of the late the Joseph Kirwin and Patricia Lucey.

A Mass of Christian burial will be held Thursday March 8, 2012 at 10 am, St. Augustin's Church, Carroll Avenue, Newport, RI. Burial will be held at St. Columba's Cemetery, Middletown, RI.

Visiting hours will be held Wednesday March 7, 2012 in the O'Neill-Hayes Funeral Home, 465 Spring Street, Newport, RI from 4-7pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Frank's memory to the Newport Rugby Football Club, P.O. Box #217, Newport, RI 02840.

For more information, please go to 
Francis James KIRWIN
154 Cause of death: fractured neck related to diving accident Charles H. Knapp
155 From the Fall River Herald News,

"Annie V. (Lambert) Dupere of 2446 Highland Ave, widow of Edward
A. Dupere died Monday.

Born in this city, daughter of the late Thomas C. and the late
Johanna (Sullivan) Lambert. she resided in the East End and was
a member of Immaculate Conception Parish in her early life.
Since 1979, she was a member of Holy Rosary Parish.

Before her retirement, she was employed for many years as a
sewing machine operator for the Fall River Knitting Mills. She
was a charter member and chaplain of Oak Village Senior Citizens

Surving her are a sister, Mrs. Frederick P. (Irene) Long of
Somerset, and several nieces and nephews.

Rose E. Sullivan Funeral Home, 986 County St. Somerset is in
charge of arrangement. 
Annie V Lambert
156 From the Herald News,

"Ethel M. (Lambert) Mather, of 10D Hillside Manor, died Saturday
after a brief illness. She wasthe widow of John N. Mather.

Born here, daughter of the Late Thomas C. Lambert and the late
Johanna (Sullivan) Lambert, she was a lifelong resident of the
East End, and, for many years, a member of Immaculate Conception
Parish. For the past five years, she was a member of Holy
Rosary Parish.

Mrs. Mather was employed for 17 years in the sewing department
of the former Union Hospital, prior to her retirement in 1974.

She was a member and past secretary-treasurer of the Oak Village
Senior Citizens; and a member of the American Association of
Retired Persons.

She is survived by two sons, Clifford T. Mather of this city and
William J. Mather of Chula Vista, Calif, a daughter, Joan A.
Kasher of Lake Wylie, S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Edward A. (Annie)
Dupere of this city and Mrs. Frederick P. (Irene) Long of
Somerset; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Jeffrey E. Sullivan
Funeral Home, 550 Locust St." 
Ethel M Lambert
157 Residents of 213 Haffard St. Ethel M Lambert
158 From the Herald News, "Irene C. (Lambert) Long R.N. of 112
Shawemet Ave., Somerset, died Thursday. She was the wife of the
late Frederick P. Long.

Born in Fall River, the daughter of the late Thomas C. Lambert
and Johanna (Sullivan) Lambert in the east end of Fall River in
her early life.

A resident of Somerset since 1965, she was a member of St
Patrick's Parish and more recently she was a member of St.
Thomas More Parish

She was a graduate of the former Fall River General Hospital
School of Nursing in 1926 and was a supervisor at the hospital
for 30 years until retiring about 1954.

She was a member of the Fall River Catholic Nurses Association,
a charter member of the Somerset Council on Aging, the Somerset
Senior Citizens Club, and the Fall River General Hospital School
of Nursing Alumnae Association.

She is survived by nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are with the Rose E. Sullivan Funeral Home, 866
County st., Somerset" 
Irene Lambert
159 Residenct of Shelton, Ct Joseph "John" Lambert
160 Plat 3 Thomas C Lambert
161 Obituary for Wallace Earl Lambert- Published in the Globe & Mail
WALLACE E. LAMBERT 1922 - 2009 It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Wallace (Wally) Earl Lambert on Sunday, August 23, 2009, as a result of complications due to pneumonia. Wally was born on December 31,1922, in Amherst, Nova Scotia, and he and his family moved to Taunton, Massachusetts during the Great Depression. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and went on to complete MA and PhD degrees at Colgate University and at the University of North Carolina. His studies were interrupted for several years by military service during World War II, and this experience marked the rest of his life. After graduating from the University of North Carolina, Wally joined the Department of Psychology at McGill University in 1954, where he worked until his retirement in 1990, when he was awarded emeritus status. Wally was a world-renowned researcher in the field of social psychology and bilingualism. In addition to his ground-breaking work on cognitive and social aspects of bilingualism, he is perhaps best known for his pioneering work on early French immersion programs. Wally leaves behind his beloved wife Janine Fraissinet-Lambert, his daughter Sylvie, his son Philippe, and his grandchildren Viviane and Sidney. Wally's intellectual curiosity, his generosity of spirit, and his playfulness at all times will be greatly missed. The family will receive condolences on Thursday August 27 from 2 to 9 PM at the Centre FunÔeraire CŃote-des-Neiges, 4525, chemin de la CŃote-des-Neiges MontrÔeal, QuÔebec H3V 1E7 (514-3428000) Funeral Service will be held on Friday August 28 at 10 am in the chapel of the funeral home thence to Notre-Damedes-Neiges Cemetery where the burial will take place. Donations may be made to Five South, St. Mary's Hospital 3830 Lacombe Montreal H3T 1M5 Care of Rosetta Antonacci. 
Wallace Earl Lambert
162 William Wilson Lambert, 85, died on February 26, 2005 in Arlington, VA. A fifty-five year resident of the Ithaca area, he was born May 10, 1919 in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada, son of the late Harry Lambert and Alice (Grace) McPhee Babcock Lambert. He is survived by his brother, Wallace E. Lambert, who lives in Montreal with his wife, Janine. His wife, Elisabeth Carr Lambert, died in 1998.
His family emigrated to Taunton, MA when he was six. He was a hard-working and brilliant student and attended Taunton High School, Mt. Herman School, Brown University, the University of Nebraska, and Harvard University, where he earned his Ph.D. in psychology in 1950. During World War II, he was a research specialist for the Navy in Washington, D.C.
His academic career commenced with teaching appointments first at Harvard, then at Brown University's Dept. of Psychology in 1950-51. In 1951 he and Elizabeth moved to Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, where he held an interdepartmental position in Psychology, Sociology and Anthropology until his retirement. He was Dean of Cornell's Graduate School from 1974-1980. He received numerous prestigious grants for teaching and research and was regularly invited as a visiting scholar to a number of places where he and his family traveled for short periods, including the Center for Advanced Studies in Palo Alto, CA; Fulbright awards took them to the University of Oslo and the University of Stockholm; a Rockefeller grant took them to the University of the Philippines; and other awards saw them in London, Bellagio, and Padua, making for a rich and fascinating professorial and family life. In all these places he formed lifelong friendships and collaborative partnerships.
He was President of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, and author and editor of many books and articles, including Social Psychology (with Wallace E. Lambert) and Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology (co-editor, with Harry Triandis). The social psychology laboratory at Cornell University is named in his honor. He was a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences. Following his retirement he remained an active, vital and generous member of the Cornell community and the fields of social and cross-cultural psychology, stress and cognition, game theory and aggression.
In addition to his brother, he is survived by his friend and companion, Helen Kelley of Alexandria, VA; daughters, Holly Nolting of Golden, CO, and Hilary Lambert of Lexington, KY; grandchildren, Louis, Anna, and Katie Nolting, and Margaret and Oliver Renwick; niece, Sylvie Lambert; and nephew, Philippe Lambert; many admiring friends and colleagues; and countless appreciative and grateful students. A memorial program will be held in Ithaca later this year. Information will be available from the Department of Psychology at Cornell University. 
William Wilson Lambert
163 Sun, The (Lowell, MA) - February 21, 2006

Deceased Name: Eloise D. Lyseth ...of Lowell, retired
seamstress; 98

LOWELL -- Eloise Dorothy (Lawrence) Lyseth, 98, of Lowell, died
yesterday, Feb. 20, at the Willow Manor Nursing Home in Lowell.
She was the wife of Myron Lyseth, who died in June of 1961.

She was born in Danbury, N.H., June 15, 1907, daughter of the
late George A. and Irene R. (Beals) Lawrence. She was a girl
officer and graduated from Lowell High School in 1925.

Mrs. Lyseth was a seamstress at the former Hathaway Shirt Co.,
in Lowell, and during World War II, she helped the war effort
making parachutes for the paratroopers.

She was a member of the former St. Paul Church of Lowell.

She is survived by numerous cousins, and close friends. She was
also the sister of Patricia Lawrence of Lowell, who died Nov.
11, 2002.

(c) 2006 The Sun (Lowell, MA). All rights reserved. Reproduced
with the permission of Media NewsGroup, Inc. by NewsBank, Inc.

1910 census states that her biological father was born in New
Hampshire and biological mother was born in Scotland. 
Eloise Dorothy LAWRENCE
164 of Wendell, Massachusetts Ezra Lawrence
165 Boston Globe, The (MA) - November 17, 2002


LOWELL - Patricia I. Lawrence, 81, of Woburn, died Nov. 10 at
the Northwood Rehabilitation Nursing Center in Lowell.

She was born in Lawrence and graduated from Lowell High School.

She worked in the payroll department at Fort Devens in Ayer. She
also worked as a section chief for the Internal Revenue Service
in Andover until her retirement in 1986.

She leaves her sister, Eloise Lyseth of Lowell.

Edition: THIRD

Page: 8

Copyright (c) 2002 Globe Newspaper Company 
166 Vol: 486 ; Page: 435 Alice May LOCKWOOD
167 While attending divine service at Baie Verte (West. Co.) on
Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Abner MURRAY of Tidnish, dropped dead.
Heart disease was the cause. - 'Transcript' 
Mariam E. Lowe
168 Copyright (c) 1996 Sarasota Herald-Tribune

A memorial Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at San Pedro

Catholic Church in North Port. Paul Schelm Funeral Home is in


Survivors include two sons, Raymond J. Jr. of Venice and Michael

K. of Mogadore, Ohio; a sister, Evelyn Duggan of Silver Spring,

Md.; and two grandchildren.

He was born Aug. 31, 1918, in Northampton, Mass., and came to

North Port 23 years ago from there. He was an accountant for the

Veterans Administration hospital. He coached basketball, Little

League and Babe Ruth baseball, and high school teams. He was a

member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees

and a life member of the Elks Lodge 2153. He was a member of the

San Pedro Catholic Church of North Port.

Raymond J. Lucey, 77, North Port, died Jan. 13, 1996.

Deceased Name: Raymond J. Lucey

Sarasota Herald-Tribune (FL) - January 16, 1996 
Raymond John Lucey
169 Cause of Death: Whooping Cough Catherine "Katy" LYNCH
170 Katy is the twin of Mary Lynch. Catherine "Katy" LYNCH
171 Cause of Death:Cancer Frances Loretta (Fanny) LYNCH
172 Section 18 Lot 12, Funeral at the Residence of her sister, Mrs.
Earl J. Palmer, 182 Spring Street, Monday September 1, 1930 
Frances Loretta (Fanny) LYNCH
173 John was a victim of a hit and run in the early hours of
Christmas Morning. He died in the hospital shortly after being
found by a couple returning home from a Christmas Church
174 Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemmorhage John J. LYNCH
175 From the "Newport Mercury and Weekly News" December 31, 1937

John J. Lynch Rites

The funeral of John J. Lynch took place Tuesday from the ____
Funeral Home on Broadway to St. Augustin's Church where the mass
of requiem was celebrated by the Rev Father Croughan. Burial
was in St. Columba's cemetery. The bearers being Earl Palmer,
Earl Palmer Jr., John Sheekey, Charles B. Hulmes, Sidney ___Jr.,
and Michael Reagan. 
176 Cause of Death: Acute Nephritis Josephine V LYNCH
177 Section 18 Lot 2 Josephine V LYNCH
178 Section 18 Lot 2, Funeral from St. Mary's Church Margaret A LYNCH
179 Book Number┘Ctab┘DPage┘Ctab┘DEntry Number┘Ctab┘DRecord_Identifier
N/R ┘Ctab┘D21 ┘Ctab┘DN/R ┘Ctab┘DKY-RC-BA-13006 
180 Cause of death: Whooping Cough Mary LYNCH
181 Mary is the twin of Katy Lynch. Mary LYNCH
182 Section 18 lot 2 Timothy J LYNCH
183 Funeral from the Residence of his sister, Mrs Earl Palmer, 36
Green Street 
Timothy Joseph LYNCH
184 Section 18 Lot 2 Timothy Joseph LYNCH
185 Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, Vol: 568 ; Page: 143 Myron Wesley Lyseth
186 Mark P. Many: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Rutland Herald (VT) - Thursday, January 26, 2012
Deceased Name: Mark P. Many
Mark P. Many

MIDDLEBURY - Mark P. Many, 98, died Jan. 24, 2012, at Helen Porter Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center.

Born in Middlebury April 24, 1913, he was the son of Medrick G. and Mary (Lanou) Many.

He served with the Vermont National Guard.

In earlier years, Mr. Many worked in farming and at "Moose" Provoncha Service Station in Middlebury. He was later employed by Standard Register for many years and after retirement, he was caretaker of the Community House in Middlebury.

He was a member of St. Mary's Church of Middlebury.

Survivors include two stepdaughters, Theresa Evans of Statesville, N.C., and Rosemarie Boise of Va., many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by his wife, Roseanna (Cyr) Many; four brothers, Joe, George, Jean and Aimie; and a sister, Isola Gero.

Calling hours will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, at the Sanderson-Ducharme Funeral Home, 117 South Main St., Middlebury.

The funeral Mass will be celebrated at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at St. Mary's Church with the Rev. William Beaudin, pastor, as celebrant.

Burial will be at a later date in St. Mary's Cemetery in Middlebury.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary's Church, 326 College St., Middlebury, VT 05753.

Copyright, 2012, Rutland Herald 
Mark P. Many
187 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mary McKenna
Mary Ronayne widow of Thomas Ronayne lived at 7 Spring Wharf. 
189 Cause of Death--Cerebral Hemmorhage Mary MERNON
190 Sponsers: Patric Lane & Alice Divine Mary MERNON
191 Undertaker: P.H. ONeill, Physician: M.H. Sullivan Mary MERNON
192 At the time of Mary Mernon Ronayne's death, the Mernon name was

noted to be "Murnan". The informant was Mary's son-in-law,
James F. Sheekey. 
Michael MERNON
193 d. Portland (St. John) 7th inst., Mary M. SPRAGG w/o Moses
SPRAGG, age 85, native of Kinsale, Donegal, Ireland. Funeral
Saturday half past 2 o'clock from her residence Brook St.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 44 Number 1319

Rank 101

Date November 8, 1878

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Telegraph 
Mary Munford
194 Y
Oaklawn Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Ms, USA 
Bertha Lottie Munn
195 Cause of Death: Pneumonia (Lobar) Aaron Eldwin MURRAY
196 Usual Residence: East Poland, Maine Aaron Eldwin MURRAY
197 Cause of Death: Cancer, Bronchitis Abigail MURRAY
198 Cause of Death: Consumption or Turberculosis. d. Rockport
(West. Co.) 8th inst., of consumption, Abner MURRAY, Amherst
Shore, N.S., age 46. 
199 Cause of Death: Heart Disease Annie Rockwell MURRAY
200 Living at 14 Belmont St, in Amherst at time of death. Annie Rockwell MURRAY

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