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Obituaries
Bernard Alton Larlee
By Ken Anderson
Aug 2, 2003, 08:59

EAST MILLINOCKET -- Bernard "Snigg" Larlee, 77, passed away on Thursday, July 31, 2003, in Millinocket. He was born November 9, 1925, in Millinocket, the son of Bernard H. and Mabel (Hollins) Larlee.

He was predeceased by a sister, Phyllis Larson; and a brother, John T. Larlee. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Joan (Gates) Larlee of East Millinocket; a sister, Dorothy Birt of East Millinocket; his son, Peter Larlee and wife, Susan, of East Millinocket; his daughter, Eloise (Larlee) Boss and husband, Donald, of Fremont, New Hampshire; six granddaughters; and many nieces and nephews.

Bernard was raised in Millinockeet, and graduated from Stearns High School in 1943. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy, where he served in the Pacific Fleet during World War II. Upon return home, he attended Ricker Preparatory in Houlton before going to Boston to study aviation mechanics at Wentworth Polytechnical College. His marriage to Joan in 1950 led him to settle in East Millinocket, where he managed a filling station before becoming the town's Postmaster. Neighbors would attest to being able to hear "Snigg" whistle his way to work each day. During his years in East Millinocket, he was an active member of the First Congregational Church of East Millinocket, serving on its many boards and committees. He has also been a long-standing member of the Nollesemic Lodge of Masons. "Snigg" was an avid Schenck sports fan, working as a member of the Booster's club and helping to host many sports banquets through his participation in the Chamber of Commerce.

A time of visitation will be held between 6-8 p.m. Sunday at the First Congregational Church in East Millinocket. A celebration of life service will be held at the church at 2 p.m. Monday, August 4, 2003, with the Rev. Mark Pilletere, pastor of the First Congregational Church of East Millinocket, officiating. Friends and family are welcomed at the church Monday at 1 p.m. until the time of the services at 2 p.m. A luncheon will follow in the church basement. In lieu of flowers, the faamily is asking that anyone interested in making a memorial gift in Snigg's memory may do to to the memorial fund at the First Congregational Church of East Millinocket, established to provide funds for youth attending Pilgrim Lodge. Arrangements are by R.L. Bouchard Funeral Home, East Millinocket. 
LARLEE, Bernard Alton (I1737)
 
102 From NB Vital Statistics, Vol 68, #1424, dated November 26, 1887: Letter #2 from E. W. Bower entitled "Letter from Tourist." "After taking in all the places at Leadville, I took the train for Red Cliff some fifty miles distant. This is onone of Colorado's minng camps. Engaging a pair of horses and a driver, we attempt to ascend the mountain by taking a circuitous route. After a tedious upgrade of many miles we reach Camp Gilmor, one of the finest mining towns in Colorado. Here we find a number of New Brunswickers. One Edward Wolverton of River De Chute, NB had struck a rich treasure in the person of Miss Wilmot Sipprell of Summerville, NB. They had been there but a few months previous. This lady taught a day school and organizes a Sabbath school. "I intended visiting Aspen, another mining districk, where my cousing G. W. Boyer of Florenceville resides with his family. A gentleman who drives a stage coach to this place informed me that he knew Boyer, who is doing a thriving business cutting lumber and sawing it for building and mining purposes. On account of having to stage it for fifty mles, I had to abandon my intended visit to Aspen."

From NB Vital Statistics, Vol 68, #1424, dated November 26, 1887:
Letter #2 from E. W. Bower entitled "Letter from Tourist."

"After taking in all the places at Leadville, I took the train for Red Cliff some fifty miles distant. This is one of Colorado's minng camps. Engaging a pair of horses and a driver, we attempt to ascend the mountain by taking a circuitous routute. After a tedious upgrade of many miles we reach Camp Gilmor, one of the finest mining towns in Colorado. Here we find a number of New Brunswickers. One Edward Wolverton of River De Chute, NB had struck a rich treasure in the person of Miss Wilmot Sipprell of Summerville, NB. They had been there but a few months previous. This lady taught a day school and organizes a Sabbath school.

"I intended visiting Aspen, another mining districk, where my cousing G. W. Boyer of Florenceville resides with his family. A gentleman who drives a stage coach to this place informed me that he knew Boyer, who is doing a thriving business cutting lumber and sawing it for building and mining purposes. On account of having to stage it for fifty mles, I had to abandon my intended visit to Aspen." 
WOLVERTON, Edward Thatcher (I324)
 
103 From the Anglican Church Records: Oct. 2, 1792 X Darius Dickenson and Mary his wife X Peter, their son, b. 2 May 1788 X John, b. 3 Dec 1789 X Betsy, b. 27 Nov. 1791

From the Anglican Church Records:

Oct. 2, 1792 X Darius Dickenson and Mary his wife
X Peter, their son, b. 2 May 1788
X John, b. 3 Dec 1789
X Betsy, b. 27 Nov. 1791
 
DICKINSON, Peter (I240)
 
104 From the Carleton Sentinal, July 4, 1863: "To James Thompson, Esq., High Sheriff of Victoria Co. - The Ptition of the undersigned Resdents, Freeholders and House holders of said Victoria Co. ... pray that public meetings may be called at the different Polling places fixed by law for the Election of Representatives to serve in the General Assembly ... (signed), (see original) Elijah Larlie, Daniel Larlie" Elijah ran in the General Elections of both 1870 and 1873 as a candidate repreesenting Victoria County. In both elections, the results were the same as follows: (As stated in the record, unsuccessful candidates are listed in italics) L. Theriault948 votes J. Tibbits624 votes C. A. Hammond415 votes E. Larlee176 votes P. OO. Byran 42 votes From the Carleton Sentinal, February 21, 1874: "The Andover Agricultural Society was organized 17th Jan. The following is a list of officers: W. B. Beveridge, President; Robt. Wallace, 1st V.P.; Lewis Picket, 2nd V.P.; J J. C. Manzer, 3rd V.P.; S. J. Baker, Secretary; Hon. B. Beveridge, Treasurer; T. T. Beveridge, M.D., Selling Agent. Board of Directors: Samuel A. Cameron, James A. Manzer, W. R. Newcomb, Wm Tibbetts, Elijah Larlee, Barnabas Armstrong." From the Daily Telegraph, March 20, 1876: "Elijah Larlee, a prominent magistrate and well known resident of Perth (Victoria Co.) is dead."

From the Carleton Sentinal, July 4, 1863:
"To James Thompson, Esq., High Sheriff of Victoria Co. - The Ptition of the undersigned Resdents, Freeholders and House holders of said Victoria Co. ... pray that public meetings may be called at the different Polling places fixed by law for the Election of Representatives to serve in the General Assembly ... (signed), (see original) Elijah Larlie, Daniel Larlie"

Elijah ran in the General Elections of both 1870 and 1873 as a candidate representing Victoria County. In both elections, the results were the same as follows:
(As stated in the record, unsuccessful candidates are listed in italics)
L. Theriault 948 votes
J. Tibbits 624 votes
C. A. Hammond 415 votes
E. Larlee 176 votes
P. O. Byran 42 votes

From the Carleton Sentinal, February 21, 1874:
"The Andover Agricultural Society was organized 17th Jan. The following is a list of officers: W. B. Beveridge, President; Robt. Wallace, 1st V.P.; Lewis Picket, 2nd V.P.; J. C. Manzer, 3rd V.P.; S. J. Baker, Secretary; Hon. B. Beveridge, Treasurer; T. T. Beveridge, M.D., Selling Agent. Board of Directors: Samuel A. Cameron, James A. Manzer, W. R. Newcomb, Wm Tibbetts, Elijah Larlee, Barnabas Armstrong."

From the Daily Telegraph, March 20, 1876:
"Elijah Larlee, a prominent magistrate and well known resident of Perth (Victoria Co.) is dead." 
LARLEE, Elijah (I198)
 
105 From the Carleton Sentinal, June 6, 1891: "d. Perth (Victoria Co.) May 20th, George H. Larlee, of consumption, age 48. He leaves a wife and family. Sermon preached by Rev. G. A. Giberson."

From the Carleton Sentinal, June 6, 1891:
"d. Perth (Victoria Co.) May 20th, George H. Larlee, of consumption, age 48. He leaves a wife and family. Sermon preached by Rev. G. A. Giberson." 
LARLEE, George Henry (I1127)
 
106 From the Carleton Sentinel, November 30, 1872: "On Sunday 17th inst., Wm Larlee of Perth (Victoria Co.) was called upon by some parties to assst them in towing their boat up through the Narrows on the Tobique. Mr. Larlee at first objected on the ground that he was opposed to laboring on the Sabbath, but upon its being represented to him that there was a possibility of the ice forming before Monday morn. in sufficient thickness to prevent the passage of the boat, he finally consented and undertook the work of riding the horses. While passing through the Narrows, the water running very rapidly, the horses were swept from their feet and Larlee was thrown nto the water. The unfortunate man, who was a good swmmer, struggled mannfully for some time, but the swiftness of the current and the coldness of the water finally overcame his efforts and he sank to rise no more, until next morn. when his body was recovered. His age was about 53 years and he leaves a large family. A sad fatality seems to attend the male members of the Larlee family, the present beng the third brother who has come to an untimely end. One brother was burned in a lumber camp, another one was gored to death by a bull a year or two ago, while now the third one has met a watery tomb."

From the Carleton Sentinel, November 30, 1872:
"On Sunday 17th inst., Wm Larlee of Perth (Victoria Co.) was called upon by some parties to assst them in towing their boat up through the Narrows on the Tobique. Mr. Larlee at first objected on the ground that he was opposed to laboring on the Sabbath, but upon its being represented to him that there was a possibility of the ice forming before Monday morn. in sufficient thickness to prevent the passage of the boat, he finally consented and undertook the work of riding the horses. W While passing through the Narrows, the water running very rapidly, the horses were swept from their feet and Larlee was thrown nto the water. The unfortunate man, who was a good swmmer, struggled manfully for some time, but the swiftness of the current and the coldness of the water finally overcame his efforts and he sank to rise no more, until next morn. when his body was recovered. His age was about 53 years and he leaves a large family. A sad fatality seems to attend the male members of the Larlee family, the present 
LARLEE, William (I195)
 
107 From the Christian Visitor, November 29, 1882: "m. At residence of bride's father, 19th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, Chas. H. Larlee / Miss Abijah E. Craig, all of Perth (Victoria Co.)"

Gravestone shows name as Abigail 
CRAIG, Abijah Elizabeth (I506)
 
108 From the Christian Visitor, November 29, 1882: "m. At residence of bride's father, 19th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, Chas. H. Larlee / Miss Abijah E. Craig, all of Perth (Victoria Co.)" LARLEE, Charles Herbert (I505)
 
109 From the Christian Visitor, November 8, 1882 and the Daily Telegraph, November 11, 1882: "m. At residence of bride's father, 18th Oct., by Rev. C. Henderson, Geo. W. Larlee, Perth (Victoria Co.) / Miss Addie E. Bishop, Bairdsville."

From the Carleton Sentinal, June 11, 1892:
"d. Perth (Victoria Co.) May 24th, George W. Larlee, age 41, left wife, two children, mother, one brother. Funeral sermon was preached by Rev. G. A. Giberson, assisted by Rev. J. Hart."

From the Daily Sun, May 30, 1892:
"Andover (Victoria Co.) May 25 - George W. Larlee, Perth Centre, died Monday night. Mr. Larlee took cold while running rafts. He was sick for ten days only." 
LARLEE, George William (I479)
 
110 From the Christian Visitor, November 8, 1882 and the Daily Telegraph, November 11, 1882: "m. At residence of bride's father, 18th Oct., by Rev. C. Henderson, Geo. W. Larlee, Perth (Victoria Co.) / Miss Addie E. Bishop, Bairdsville." BISHOP, Addie Elsie (I480)
 
111 From the Concord Monitor, Concord, New Hampshire: "William S. Elliott, WEBSTER Wednesday, May 8, 2002 WEBSTER - William S. Elliott, 80, died Monday at Merrimack County Nursing Home after a long illness. He was born in Penacook, the son of Edwin and Hazel (Putnam) Elliott. He was formerly of Penacook. Elliott graduated from Penacook High School in 1942 and attended many fire schools throughout the state. He served with the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked with fire services as a member of C. W. O'Brien Auxiliary during World War II. He then worked with the Concord Fire Department, where he was promoted to lieutenant and captain before retiring. He later served as head custodian for the Merrimack Valley School District for nine years. He was a charter member of local No. 1045 Firefighters Union; a charter and active member of the Penacook Rescue Squad; a member of the Merrimack County Fire Wardens Association; and a special deputy fire w warden for District No. 2 State of New Hampshire. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Marjorie (Larlee) Elliott of Webster; a daughter, Marjorie Johns of Webster; four grandchildren, a great-grandchild; and nieces and nephews. Two sons, Edwin Elliott and William Elliott, and a grandson, Nathan Peightell, died previously. Calling hours will be held tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Wendell J. Butt Funeral Home, 42 Washing St., Penacook. Funeral services will be held privately. Memorial donations may be made to the Merrimack County Nursing Home Auxiliary, c/o Kathy Hindley, 325 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen 03303."

From the Concord Monitor, Concord, New Hampshire:

"William S. Elliott, WEBSTER

Wednesday, May 8, 2002

WEBSTER - William S. Elliott, 80, died Monday at Merrimack County Nursing Home after a long illness.

He was born in Penacook, the son of Edwin and Hazel (Putnam) Elliott. He was formerly of Penacook. Elliott graduated from Penacook High School in 1942 and attended many fire schools throughout the state. He served with the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked with fire services as a member of C. W. O'Brien Auxiliary during World War II. He then worked with the Concord Fire Department, where he was promoted to lieutenant and captain before retiring. He later served as head custodian for the Merrimack Valley School District for nine years. He was a charter member of local No. 1045 Firefighters Union; a charter and active member of the Penacook Rescue Squad; a member of the Merrimack County Fire Wardens Association; and a special deputy fire warden for District No. 2 State of New Hampshire.

Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Marjorie (Larlee) Elliott of Webster; a daughter, Marjorie Johns of Webster; four grandchildren, a great-grandchild; and nieces and nephews. Two sons, Edwin Elliott and William Elliott, and a grandson, Nathan Peightell, died previously.
Calling hours will be held tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Wendell J. Butt Funeral Home, 42 Washing St., Penacook. Funeral services will be held privately. Memorial donations may be made to the Merrimack County Nursing Home Auxiliary, c/o Kathy Hindley, 325 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen 03303." 
ELLIOTT, William S. (I1213)
 
112 From the Daily Telegraph, April 21, 1881: "Andover (Victoria Co.) Daniel Larley has placed a new wire across the river and larger pulleys than those used before upon the same, for the purpose of doing the ferrying untl the new bridge is built." From the Daily Telegraph, April 29, 1881: "Yesterday the ferry boat Daniel Larley, renamed the "Enterprise" was launched on the eastern side of the river."

From the Daily Telegraph, April 21, 1881:
"Andover (Victoria Co.) Daniel Larley has placed a new wire across the river and larger pulleys than those used before upon the same, for the purpose of doing the ferrying untl the new bridge is built."

From the Daily Telegraph, April 29, 1881:
"Yesterday the ferry boat Daniel Larley, renamed the "Enterprise" was launched on the eastern side of the river." 
LARLEE, Daniel Wilmot (I483)
 
113 From the Daily Telegraph, February 9, 1884: "m. At residence of bride's mother, 30th ult., by Rev. C. Henderson, Manly H. Craig / Miss Josie A. Larlee, both of Perth Centre (Victoria Co.)." LARLEE, Joanna (I509)
 
114 From the Daily Telegraph, February 9, 1884: "m. At residence of bride's mother, 30th ult., by Rev. C. Henderson, Manly H. Craig / Miss Josie A. Larlee, both of Perth Centre (Victoria Co.)." CRAIG, Manley H. (I510)
 
115 From the Daily Telegraph, July 18, 1885 and the Carleton Sentinal, July 18, 1885: "m. Tobique Narrows (Victoria Co.) 4th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, John K. Larlee / Miss Effie E. Denison, both of Perth." LARLEE, John K. (I1104)
 
116 From the Daily Telegraph, July 18, 1885 and the Carleton Sentinal, July 18, 1885: "m. Tobique Narrows (Victoria Co.) 4th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, John K. Larlee / Miss Effie E. Denison, both of Perth." DENNISON, Effie E. (I1105)
 
117 From the Daily Telegraph, July 2 1879 and the Morning Freeman, July 5, 1879: "m. Andover (Victoria Co.) 15th June, by Rev. James Crisp, George Holland Snow, Woodstock / Carrie Larlee adopted d/o Daniel Larlee, Andover." From the Carleton Sentinal, June 28, 1879: "m. 15th Inst., Andover (Victoria Co.) George Holland Snow, Woodstock / Carrie Larlee adopted d/o Daniel Larlee, Andover." LARLEE, Carrie (I1418)
 
118 From the Daily Telegraph, July 2 1879 and the Morning Freeman, July 5, 1879: "m. Andover (Victoria Co.) 15th June, by Rev. James Crisp, George Holland Snow, Woodstock / Carrie Larlee adopted d/o Daniel Larlee, Andover." From the Carleton Sentinal, June 28, 1879: "m. 15th Inst., Andover (Victoria Co.) George Holland Snow, Woodstock / Carrie Larlee adopted d/o Daniel Larlee, Andover." SNOW, George Holland (I1419)
 
119 From the Daily Telegraph, November 24, 1883 and the Christian Visitor, November 14, 1883: "m. At residence of bride's mother, 4th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, William J. Smith, Lilly Extension / Miss Rosanna Larlee, Perth Centre (Victoria Co.)." LARLEE, Roseanna (I146)
 
120 From the Daily Telegraph, November 24, 1883 and the Christian Visitor, November 14, 1883: "m. At residence of bride's mother, 4th inst., by Rev. C. Henderson, William J. Smith, Lilly Extension / Miss Rosanna Larlee, Perth Centre (Victoria Co.)." SMITH, William J. (I518)
 
121 From the Dover, New Hampshire Dover Community News, September 20, 2002: "Shirley Allard Community leader Shirley Ethel Larlee Allard, 75, of 320 Blackberry Hill Rd., South Berwick, ME, died Wednesday afternoon, September 11, at the Wentworth Douglass Hospital in Dover. Born and raised in Conway, she was the daughter of Alvena and Donald Larlee. She married Philip Allard in 1945; they would have celebrated their 57th anniversary on September 22. Shirley and Phil had five daughters: Elaine, Susan, Nancy, Lynn and Jane. Shirley was a fulltme mother and homemaker while her girls were young. She later worked for the Maine Extension Service providing assistance to 4-H programs. An active community leader, Shirley was a member of the PTA, a Sunday School teacher, a 4-H leader, and active in her Parish Council and 4-H Leaders Association. After retirement, Shirley and Philip traveled extensively in the US, and particularly enjoyed Alaska and the Soutthwest. They wintered in Lade Lake, FL where they enjoyed swimming and an active social life. Devoted to her family, Shirley facilitated frequent gatherings and reunions. In the spirit of this tradition, a Memorial celebrating her life willl precede the family reunion in July of 2003. Her husband Philip; four daughters Elaine Connell, Susan Oullette, Nancy Varney and Lynn Zacharian; 10 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and her sisters Betty Lou Bearce of Center Conway, and Donna Adam of Wakefield, MA survive Shirley. Shirley fostered a lifelong love of learning with frequent trips to the public library. Donations may be made to: South Berwick Public Library, 225 West Guava St, Lady Lake, FL 32159."

From the Dover, New Hampshire Dover Community News, September 20, 2002:

"Shirley Allard
Community leader

Shirley Ethel Larlee Allard, 75, of 320 Blackberry Hill Rd., South Berwick, ME, died Wednesday afternoon, September 11, at the Wentworth Douglass Hospital in Dover.

Born and raised in Conway, she was the daughter of Alvena and Donald Larlee. She married Philip Allard in 1945; they would have celebrated their 57th anniversary on September 22. Shirley and Phil had five daughters: Elaine, Susan, Nancy, Lynn and Jane.

Shirley was a fulltme mother and homemaker while her girls were young. She later worked for the Maine Extension Service providing assistance to 4-H programs. An active community leader, Shirley was a member of the PTA, a Sunday School teacher, a 4-H leader, and active in her Parish Council and 4-H Leaders Association.

After retirement, Shirley and Philip traveled extensively in the US, and particularly enjoyed Alaska and the Southwest. They wintered in Lade Lake, FL where they enjoyed swimming and an active social life.

Devoted to her family, Shirley facilitated frequent gatherings and reunions. In the spirit of this tradition, a Memorial celebrating her life will precede the family reunion in July of 2003.

Her husband Philip; four daughters Elaine Connell, Susan Oullette, Nancy Varney and Lynn Zacharian; 10 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and her sisters Betty Lou Bearce of Center Conway, and Donna Adam of Wakefield, MA survive Shirley.

Shirley fostered a lifelong love of learning with frequent trips to the public library. Donations may be made to: South Berwick Public Library, 225 West Guava St, Lady Lake, FL 32159." 
LARLEE, Shirley Ethel (I1161)
 
122 From the Franklin, New Hampshire Telegram Obituaries for 2002 (www.nnsweb.com/archives/archives/2001obits.html) "MEREDITH -- Russell W. Larlee, 83, of Hillrise Lane died May 20, 2001, at Belknap County Nursing Home, Laconia. He was the father of Linda L. Martin of Boscawen. Born Aug. 5, 1917, in Conway, son of Amos W. and Lena (Whitaker) Larlee, he lived many years in Conway before moving to Meredith in 1950. Before retiring in 1980, Mr. Larlee worked as a lineman and f foreman for Public Service Company of New Hampshire. Other survivors include his wife of 60 years, Doris (Pendexter) Larlee of Meredith; another daughter, Paula L. Kloetz of Meredith; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces; and cousins. The funeral was May 23 at Mayhew Funeral Home with Reverend Cynthia T. Morse, interim pastor of the First Congregational Church of Merdith, officiating."

From the Franklin, New Hampshire Telegram Obituaries for 2002 (www.nnsweb.com/archives/archives/2001obits.html)

"MEREDITH -- Russell W. Larlee, 83, of Hillrise Lane died May 20, 2001, at Belknap County Nursing Home, Laconia.

He was the father of Linda L. Martin of Boscawen.

Born Aug. 5, 1917, in Conway, son of Amos W. and Lena (Whitaker) Larlee, he lived many years in Conway before moving to Meredith in 1950.

Before retiring in 1980, Mr. Larlee worked as a lineman and foreman for Public Service Company of New Hampshire.

Other survivors include his wife of 60 years, Doris (Pendexter) Larlee of Meredith; another daughter, Paula L. Kloetz of Meredith; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; nieces; and cousins.

The funeral was May 23 at Mayhew Funeral Home with Reverend Cynthia T. Morse, interim pastor of the First Congregational Church of Merdith, officiating." 
LARLEE, Russell (I1151)
 
123 From the N. B. Courier, August 6, 1864: "We learn with regret that Amos Larlee of Tobique (Victoria Co.) died under the most painful circumstances on Tuesday last. He had gone to a neighbour's, Mr. McNeal's and was looking at a bull owned by MrMr. McN., and took hold of the animal's horns, although advised not to do so, as the creature was known to be ferocious. The bull immedately gored Mr. Larlee three times and he fell exclaiming 'I am a dead man' and immediately ceased to breathe. - 'Carleton Sentinal'"

From the N. B. Courier, August 6, 1864:
"We learn with regret that Amos Larlee of Tobique (Victoria Co.) died under the most painful circumstances on Tuesday last. He had gone to a neighbour's, Mr. McNeal's and was looking at a bull owned by Mr. McN., and took hold of the animal's horns, although advised not to do so, as the creature was known to be ferocious. The bull immedately gored Mr. Larlee three times and he fell exclaiming 'I am a dead man' and immediately ceased to breathe. - 'Carleton Sentinal'" 
LARLEE, Amos (I196)
 
124 From the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick: Child: Larlee, Charles Rainsford Sex: M Father: Larlee, Daniel Mother: Baker, Ella Elizabeth Date: 1896-08-14 Place: Lerwick County: Victoria Also in: RS141A1b - Late Registration of Births Detailed Record for: LARLEE, CHARLES RAINSFORD Sex: MALE Father: LARLEE, DANIEL Mother: BAKER, ELLA ELIZABETH Year: 1896 Month: 08 Day: 14 Place: LERWICK County: VI Code: 1896-L-9 Fnum: F18788

From the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick:
Child: Larlee, Charles Rainsford
Sex: M
Father: Larlee, Daniel
Mother: Baker, Ella Elizabeth
Date: 1896-08-14
Place: Lerwick
County: Victoria

Also in:
RS141A1b - Late Registration of Births

Detailed Record for: LARLEE, CHARLES RAINSFORD
Sex: MALE

Father: LARLEE, DANIEL
Mother: BAKER, ELLA ELIZABETH

Year: 1896
Month: 08
Day: 14
Place: LERWICK
County: VI
Code: 1896-L-9
Fnum: F18788 
LARLEE, Charles Rainsford (I8)
 
125 From the Saint John City Gazette, January 27, 1830: "m. Kent parish (Carleton Co.) 7th, by James A. MacLaughlin, William Gibson/Mary Lally eldst d/o John Lally s/o Dr. Lally, Northampton."

The information about William Giberson was provided by Joe Giberson (joegiberson/@/attbi.com).

William resided in 1834 in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1844 in Milford, Oakland County, Michigan, and finally settled in Mount Morris Township, Genesee County, Michigan around 1848. He appears on the census of Mount Morris Township from 1850 until, presumably, his death. He is listed as a hotel keeper and from the listing of his growing estate on subsequent census reports, he did quite well. 
GIBERSON, William (I202)
 
126 From the Saint John City Gazette, January 27, 1830: "m. Kent parish (Carleton Co.) 7th, by James A. MacLaughlin, William Gibson/Mary Lally eldst d/o John Lally s/o Dr. Lally, Northampton." LARLEE, Mary (I191)
 
127 From the St. John Morning Freeman, February 3, 1866: "The Grand Falls (Victoria Co.) correspondent of Woodstock papers under date 25th Jan. says that at midnght 24th the cry of fre alarmed the town to dscover the dwelling of John Leslie in flamemes - more sad to relate his remains were found in the chmney place after the extinguishing of the fre in the morning. The deceased was among the frst settlers in the town, having removed there from Fredericton (York Co.) where he had at one tme followed the occupation of baker. A stll greater calamty by fire attended with the loss of two lives occurred in a lumber camp opposite Tobique (Victoria Co.) last night. The survivor Elisha Larlee was one of the party of three who was aroused by fire in actual contact. He with difficulty reached the door which the other two, Goerge Inman and Adams failed to do. With his face and hands most severely burned and in a measure destitute of clothing, Larlee mounted a horse and succeeded in reaching the settlement, badly frozen by exposure. Doubts are entertained of Larlee surviving his sufferings." From the Religious Intelligencer, March 16, 1866: "We learn we were mistaken in that Mr. Larlee who lost hs life by the burning of the camp at Tobique (Victoria Co.) It was Elisha Larlee instead of Elijah, as stated by us. The deceased was a brother of Elijah Larlee."

From the St. John Morning Freeman, February 3, 1866:
"The Grand Falls (Victoria Co.) correspondent of Woodstock papers under date 25th Jan. says that at midnght 24th the cry of fre alarmed the town to dscover the dwelling of John Leslie in flames - more sad to relate his remains were found in the chmney place after the extinguishing of the fre in the morning. The deceased was among the frst settlers in the town, having removed there from Fredericton (York Co.) where he had at one tme followed the occupation of baker. A stll greater calamty by fire attended with the loss of two lives occurred in a lumber camp opposite Tobique (Victoria Co.) last night. The survivor Elisha Larlee was one of the party of three who was aroused by fire in actual contact. He with difficulty reached the door which the other two, Goerge Inman and Adams failed to do. With his face and hands most severely burned and in a measure destitute of clothing, Larlee mounted a horse and succeeded in reaching the settlement, badly frozen by exposure. Doubts are entertained of Larlee

From the Religious Intelligencer, March 16, 1866:
"We learn we were mistaken in that Mr. Larlee who lost hs life by the burning of the camp at Tobique (Victoria Co.) It was Elisha Larlee instead of Elijah, as stated by us. The deceased was a brother of Elijah Larlee." 
LARLEE, Elisha (I199)
 
128 From The Telegram, Concord New Hampshire newspaper: Obituaries Easler, Beulah V. "BOSCAWEN -- Beulah V. Easler, 92, ded Jan. 16, 2002, at Concord Hospital. Born in Plasterock, New Brunswick, Canada, daughter of George Larlee and Mary Browning, she grew up in Plasterock and attended schools in East Corinth ME. She lived in Boscawen for 39 years. "She was a homemaker and enjoyed sewing and quilting. "She was the widow of J. Vaughn Easler who died in 1982 after 55 years of marriage. She also was predeceased by son Frederick Easler in 2000; grandson Steven Easler in 1993; and six brothers and five sisters. "Survivors include daughter Laura Lane of Boscawen; two grandsons, six great-grandchildren; and many niececes, nephews, and cousins. "Graveside servces will take place at a later date in East Corinth ME. The Wendell J Butt Funeral Home, Penacook, is in charge of arrangements. "Memorial donations: Concord Regional VNA, Home Care Program, 250 Pleasant St. Concord NH 03302-0797; East Congregational Church, 51 Mountain Rd., Concord NS 03301; or Boscawen Congregational Church, 12 High St., Boscawen NH 03303."

From The Telegram, Concord New Hampshire newspaper:

Obituaries
Easler, Beulah V.
"BOSCAWEN -- Beulah V. Easler, 92, ded Jan. 16, 2002, at Concord Hospital. Born in Plasterock, New Brunswick, Canada, daughter of George Larlee and Mary Browning, she grew up in Plasterock and attended schools in East Corinth ME. She lived in Boscawen for 39 years.

"She was a homemaker and enjoyed sewing and quilting.

"She was the widow of J. Vaughn Easler who died in 1982 after 55 years of marriage. She also was predeceased by son Frederick Easler in 2000; grandson Steven Easler in 1993; and six brothers and five sisters.

"Survivors include daughter Laura Lane of Boscawen; two grandsons, six great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

"Graveside servces will take place at a later date in East Corinth ME. The Wendell J Butt Funeral Home, Penacook, is in charge of arrangements.

"Memorial donations: Concord Regional VNA, Home Care Program, 250 Pleasant St. Concord NH 03302-0797; East Congregational Church, 51 Mountain Rd., Concord NS 03301; or Boscawen Congregational Church, 12 High St., Boscawen NH 03303." 
LARLEE, Beulah Victoria (I552)
 
129 From Woodstock Press, January 5, 1926: Married - A very pretty wedding took place at the home of the groom on Dec. 23rd, when Mr. Trueman Larlee of Perth was united in marriage to Miss Pearl DeMerchant of the same place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. A. Giberson of Bath. RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages Detailed Record for: LARLEE, TRUEMAN Married: DEMERCHANT, PEARL Date: Wednesday, December 23, 1925 Parish: PERTH County: Victoria Num: 3169 Reference: B4/1925 FNUM: F19688 LARLEE, Truman (I538)
 
130 From Woodstock Press, January 5, 1926: Married - A very pretty wedding took place at the home of the groom on Dec. 23rd, when Mr. Trueman Larlee of Perth was united in marriage to Miss Pearl DeMerchant of the same place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. A. Giberson of Bath. RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages Detailed Record for: LARLEE, TRUEMAN Married: DEMERCHANT, PEARL Date: Wednesday, December 23, 1925 Parish: PERTH County: Victoria Num: 3169 Reference: B4/1925 FNUM: F19688 DEMERCHANT, Pearl Margaret (I540)
 
131 George Randolph Stewart, the name of the listed individual was chosen by himself. His birth name was Randolph George Stewart. We can see his true name on the following census, 1861, 1871, 1881, Carleton Co. N.B. Canada census, also in the 1900, 1910, census of Aroostook Co. of Maine. U.S.

George Randolph Stewart, the name of the listed individual was chosen by himself. His birth name was Randolph George Stewart. We can see his true name on the following census, 1861, 1871, 1881, Carleton Co. N.B. Canada census, also in the 1900, 1910, census of Aroostook Co. of Maine. U.S. 
STEWART, George Randolph (I942)
 
132 Grave marker states 1907-1985, not 1995 as previously listed. MATTHEWS, Margaret Celina (I642)
 
133 Gravestone gives birthdate as Jan 27, 1816. From the St. John Globe: "Daniel Larlee, a prominent resident of Perth Centre (Victoria Co.), died at his home Friday last. Mr. Larlee went to bed on Thursday eve as he had been all summer. Whehen Mrs. Larlee arose in the morning, she thought it strange that her husband should sleep so long and went immediately to hs room, but to her horror found her husband a lifeless corpse. His position when found was that of a comfortable one when sleeping. The only cause advanced by the physicians (and that is only an opinion) was that he died from nightmare. - 'Gleaner'"

Gravestone gives birthdate as Jan 27, 1816.

From the St. John Globe:
"Daniel Larlee, a prominent resident of Perth Centre (Victoria Co.), died at his home Friday last. Mr. Larlee went to bed on Thursday eve as he had been all summer. When Mrs. Larlee arose in the morning, she thought it strange that her husbanand should sleep so long and went immediately to hs room, but to her horror found her husband a lifeless corpse. His position when found was that of a comfortable one when sleeping. The only cause advanced by the physicians (and that is only an opinion) was that he died from nightmare. - 'Gleaner'" 
LARLEE, Daniel B. (I192)
 
134 He was killed. LOVELY, Claude (I1813)
 
135 He was raised by his grandfather. LOVELY, Floyde (I1816)
 
136 http://archives.gnb.ca Source (S39)
 
137 http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/o/r/Helen-M-Morar/ Source (S23)
 
138 http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/o/l/Carl-Wolverton Source (S45)
 
139 http://gnb.ca/archives/ols/ols.asp?Section=1 Source (S32)
 
140 http://gnb.ca/archives/ols/ols.asp?Section=1 Source (S42)
 
141 http://personal.nbnet.nb.ca/halew/Dickinson.html Source (S26)
 
142 http://www.ourroots.ca Source (S54)
 
143 http://www.state.me.us/sos/arc/research/homepage.htm Source (S31)
 
144 Indexed records. Source (S46)
 
145 Indexed records. Source (S47)
 
146 Indexed records. Source (S48)
 
147 Indexes to land grant petitions, church records, birth, death, and marriage registries. Provides microfiche locations.
http://gnb.ca/archives/default.htm 
Source (S24)
 
148 ITLE: Lana Mae (Adams) Morrell, Obituary, September 3, 2001

SUBMITTERS: Journal Inquirer
Manchester,CT (issue September 4, 2001)

FORMATTED: ABishop, Sept 2001

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MORRELL

Lana Mae (Adams) Morrell, 82, of South Windsor, widow of Halstead A. Morrell, died in her sleep
Monday morning, Sept. 3, 2001, at Rockville General Hospital.
She was born in Lerwick, New Brunswick, Canada, on July 16, 1919, daughter of the late Omar
Dudley Adams and Nina Pearl (Barclay) Adams, and had resided in Connecticut for more than 60
years. Lana was a member of the Eastern Star, and a longtime member of the Burnside Methodist
Church.
She is survived by a brother, Omar S. Adams of Beverly Hills, Fla.; three sisters, Pauline
Willett of Melbourne, Fla., Ruby Watt, and Theresa Norsworthy of Presque Isle, Maine; four sons
and a daughter, Charles Morrell of Stony Point, N.C., Dudley and Craig Morrell of Manchester,
Gregory Morrell of East Windsor, and Kathleen (Morrell) Wayner of Farmington; a daughter-in-law,
Ann Morrell; a son-in-law, Clifford Wayner; 10 grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will be Thursday morning, Sept. 6, at a time to be announced, at the
Burnside United Methodist Church, 16 Church St., East Hartford, with the Rev. Joyce Whetstone
officiating. Burial will be in her family plot in Wapping Cemetery, South Windsor.
Her family will receive friends from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Samsel & Carmon
Funeral Home, 419 Buckland Road, South Windsor.
Memorial donations may be made to the Burnside United Methodist Church, 16 Church St., East
Hartford, CT 06108.
 
ADAMS, Lana Mae (I1052)
 
149 John Larlee and Sarah Hudenot were married by Rev. Dibblee.

On April 6, 1801, John Larlee was married by Rev. Dibblee to Sarah Hudenot. Two chldren were born to the couple before his wife's early death, namely Samuel Hudenot, baptised July 31, 1803 and Sally, baptised Frebruary 18, 1805. Their mother was buried March 12, 1805.

On Septembr 30, 1806, John Larlee petititoned for lot 21 in Wakefield Parish on the west side of the Saint John River that had been formerly allotted to Jesse Baker. He was granted a 250 acre lot on which he laboured for the next eight years, but found it unsuitable for cultivation.
On August 24, 1808, John was married by license to Nancy Craig, by whom he had at least four more children by the time he moved to the reserved lands in the spring of 1814. John and Samuel immediately erected each a house and began to cultivatte the land when they were informed that the Indans had a claim on the lands. In July, the brothers petitioned the government for relief, stating that they had been "at considerable expense and loss of time in fixing themselves on this situation and it would be attended with great inconvenience to them and their families to be removed, having nothing but their labor to depend on for the support of themselves and families."

RS108 LAND PETITIONS: ORIGINAL SERIES 1783-1918
Name: JOHN LARLEE
Date: 1861
County: Victoria
On Microfilm F9026 see petition of: PERTH PARISH, INHABITANTS
All names on this petition:
ARMSTRONG, b.; ARMSTRONG, BARNABAS; ARMSTRONG, FRANCIS; ARMSTRONG, JAMES V.; ARMSTRONG, STILLMAN; ARMSTRONG, WILBERT; BEVERIDGE, B.; BEVERIDGE, W.B.; BISHOP, JAMES; BISHOP, SAMUEL; CALDWELL, JAMES; CRAIG, AARON; CRAIG, DANIEL; CRAIG, GEORGE W.; CRAG, JOHN F.; CRAIG, MOSES; CURRY, DAVID; DEMERCHANT, NIMROD; DENISON, JAMES; GLISHAW, DANIEL; GRANT, ISAAC; HALLETT, DANIEL; HALLETT, ROBERT; HALLETT, WILLIAM; HANSON, JOHN; HANSON, RATCHFORD; INDAN LANDS; LARLEE, DANIEL; LARLEE, ELIJAH; LARLEE, ELISHA; LARLEE, GEORGE W.; LARLEE, JOHN; LARLEE, WILLIAM; LOVELY, RAINSFORD; LOVLEY, ENOCH; LOVLEY, JAMES; LOVLEY, JOSIAH; LOVLEY, SAMUEL; LOVLEY, THOMAS; MCCREA, ELIJAH; MCCREA, JAMES; MCDONALD, WILLIAM; MCLAUGHLAN, JOHN; MURPHEY, JAMES; NEVERS, CHARLES; NEWCOMB, W.; PERTH PARISH, INHABITANTS; PICKETT, WILLETT; ROBERTSON, WILLIAM; TIBBITS, FRANCIS; TOPHAM, ABRAHAM; TOPHAM, JOSEPH.

Searching the Grantbook Database: Results
Larley, John Jr.
Volume: F, page 351, Grant number 660
Original province of registration: New Brunswick
Nova Scotia registration date:
New Brunswick registration date: 1813/06/07

Accompanyng plan: n
Acreage: 349 acres
Place and County: Northampton, York County
Comments: 32 others

1851 Census, Parish of Perth, Victoria County, N.B.
Larley
John, Head, 74, French, Farmer, Birth, infirm
Ann, Wife, 62, Irish
Elisha, Son, 22, son, French
Allan, Son, 20, French 
LARLEE, John (I188)
 
150 John Larlee and Sarah Hudenot were married by Rev. Dibblee. HUDENOT, Sarah (I255)
 

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