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Source reference H91 :

Individuals : Pollyann ARMSTRONG
From: Parker Bros. Memorial Funeral Home Inc.
          Polly Ann (Armstrong) Donlon, 84, died peacefully at her home in Watervliet on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Salem, NY on August 20, 1926, Polly was one of eleven children born to the late Carson and Ruth (Crosier) Armstrong. She was the loving wife of the late Joseph L. Donlon who died in 1983. A longtime Watervliet resident, Polly was employed, for more than 30 years, as a cashier by Central Market Supermarkets which later became the Price Chopper Supermarkets in the Cohoes and Latham stores. In 1953 she was awarded “Cashier of the Year” by Central Market and was presented with a trip to Chicago in recognition of her efforts. She served as a school crossing guard in Watervliet, always looking out for the children of Watervliet. Polly enjoyed spending the summer months at the Alpine Lake Campground in Corinth, NY. In addition to camping, relaxation and spending time with family and friends, she could also be found voluntarily doing many of the duties usually reserved for the working staff of the campground. This lovingly earned her the title of “The Unofficial Queen of Alpine Lake”. She also enjoyed gardening and growing flowers. Doting on her grandchildren and great-grandchildren came naturally to Polly and they provided her with much pride and pleasure. She enjoyed being with them as often as she could and attended many of the events they were involved in. She even went so far as to coach the Little League Baseball Teams they played on and serve as Den Mother of their Cub Scout Packs. Generous to a fault, Polly loved to do things for others, and would often, especially at Christmas-time, serve the needy families of the area. She also volunteered her time to the Elise Donlon Foundation in memory of her cherished granddaughter and even once had her head shaved on St. Baldrick’s Day to raise awareness and money to help conquer kids’ cancer. Loved by many, Polly will be missed by her family, friends and her community. She was the loving mother of Robert A. (Mary) LaMarche of Clifton Park, Polly Decker of Watervliet, Patricia Becker of Troy, David J. (Sarah) Donlon of Latham, Patrick S. (Kristin) Donlon of Watervliet and the late Larry Donlon whose wife Judy of Cohoes survives; dear sister of Inez Remalli of Watervliet, Carson “Corky” Armstrong of Binghamton, NY and Peter “Butch” Galvin of Minnesota. She is also survived by 15 cherished grandchildren, 21 adoring great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The family extends a heartfelt thank you to the Community Hospice for their services during Polly’s last days. A funeral service will be held for Polly on Saturday at 10 am in the Watervliet United Methodist Church, 1401 First Avenue, where the Reverend Robert J. Peters will officiate. Interment will follow in Memory Gardens, Colonie. Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the Parker Bros. Memorial, 2013 Broadway in Watervliet on Friday from 4 until 8pm. In keeping with Polly’s love for her grandchildren and with her generous spirit, contributions, in lieu of flowers, may be made to the Elise Donlon Foundation, 12 Graffin Drive, Latham, NY 12110 in her memory.

 

Source reference N92 :

Individuals : Shirley May ARMSTRONG
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery
          Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, USA
          Plot: Sec: 5-N2 ROW 10, Site: 2
          Find A Grave Memorial# 49334728

 

Source reference N93 :

Individuals : Caroline ARNOLD
Burial: Dwight Cemetery
          Belchertown, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 120016497

 

Source reference N94 :

Individuals : Charles H. ARNOLD
Burial: Springfield Cemetery
          Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: Cherry Avenue West 1482
          Find A Grave Memorial# 39797675

 

Source reference N95 :

Individuals : Edgar ARNOLD
Burial: Toledo Cemetery
          Toledo, Lewis County, Washington, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 102948264

 

Source reference N96 :

Individuals : Harriet M. ARNOLD
Burial: Springfield Cemetery
          Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: Cherry Avenue West Side Lot # 1482
          Find A Grave Memorial# 39797678
          Burial: Dwight Cemetery
          Belchertown, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 125700083

 

Source reference N97 :

Individuals : Harrison H. ARNOLD
Burial: Dwight Cemetery
          Belchertown, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 125700123

 

Source reference N98 :

Individuals : Henry H. ARNOLD
Burial: Springfield Cemetery
          Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: Cherry Avenue West 1482
          Find A Grave Memorial# 39797680

 

Source reference N99 :

Individuals : James ARNOLD
Burial: Springfield Cemetery
          Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: Cherry Avenue West 1482
          Find A Grave Memorial# 39797681

 

Source reference H100 :

Individuals : Levi ARNOLD
from: The Times from Clay Center, Kansas, Thursday, June 27, 1901
          Levi Arnold an early Kansas pioneer died at Toledo, Wash., June 13, 1901. He was 73 years of age having been born in Massachusetts on October 27, 1827, and was married to Miss . T before. In 1865 he came to Kansas and homestended a farm three miles south of Clay Center on the river bottom. This farm was worked by his boys and he devoted most of his time to his trade which was that of a carpenter. Many buildings in Clay Center and Clay County were erected by him. Mrs. Arnold, his mother, also lived with him, and was the first white person to die in the county. When Levi Arnold's wife died, 18 years ago, he sold out and moved to Arkansas where his health was very poor. From there he moved to Toledo, Wash., where some of his children lived. He worked at his trade until about a year ago when he was injured. He never fully recovered from the wound. Mr. Arnold leaves three daughters and four sons to mourn his loss

 

Source reference N101 :

Individuals : Levi ARNOLD
Burial: Toledo Cemetery
          Toledo, Lewis County, Washington, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 102948656

 

Source reference N102 :

Individuals : Sarah ARNOLD
Burial: Vaughn's Cemetery
          Mehoopany, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 29377783

 

Source reference N103 :

Individuals : Elias Lyde ATER
Burial: Spring Lawn Cemetery
          Williamsport, Pickaway County, Ohio, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 31109456

 

Source reference N104 :

Individuals : Fannie Abigail ATHERTON
Burial: Sadawga Cemetery
          Whitingham, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 141377735

 

Source reference N105 :

Individuals : Jemimma ATWOOD
Burial: Colrain West Branch Cemetery
          Colrain, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 70614609

 

Source reference N106 :

Individuals : Morgan Elizabeth AUBIN
Morgan mother is Kelly Wright. She is adopted by Wade Travis Poplaski

 

Source reference N107 :

Individuals : Jean Adelaide AUERBACH
Burial: Valley Memorial Park
          Novato, Marin County, California, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 122570478

 

Source reference N108 :

Individuals : Charles H. AUSTIN
Burial: Dale Cemetery
          Dale, Wyoming County, New York, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 84732804

 

Source reference N109 :

Individuals : Jennie M AUSTIN
Burial: Dale Cemetery
          Dale, Wyoming County, New York, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 134809727

 

Source reference N110 :

Individuals : Jennie M. AUSTIN
Burial: Dale Cemetery
          Dale, Wyoming County, New York, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 83027352

 

Source reference H111 :

Individuals : Lawrence Frederick AUSTIN
from: Wyoming County TImes, Warsaw, N.Y.
          Graduated at Miami University.
          Friends received invitations to the graduation exercises of the Universirty of Miami from Lawrence F. Austin who graduated there Monday, June 7, with the degree of Batcheler of Law. He is the son of the late Frederick Austin and Mabellel Crosier Austin and the step son of Mrs. Louise Austin.

 

Source reference N112 :

Individuals : Abner AVERY
Burial: Main Street Cemetery
          Easthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 123576882

 

Source reference H113 :

Individuals : Catherine AVERY
Genealogical Records and Sketches of the Descendants of William Thomas of .. By Amos Russell Thomas

 

Source reference H114 :

Individuals : James AVERY
Genealogical Records and Sketches of the Descendants of William Thomas of .. By Amos Russell Thomas

 

Source reference N115 :

Individuals : James AVERY
Burial: Avery-Morgan Burial Ground
          Groton, New London County, Connecticut, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 10863656

 

Source reference H116 :

Individuals : John AVERY
Genealogical Records and Sketches of the Descendants of William Thomas of .. By Amos Russell Thomas

 

Source reference H117 :

Individuals : Richardson AVERY
Genealogical Records and Sketches of the Descendants of William Thomas of .. By Amos Russell Thomas

 

Source reference N118 :

Individuals : Samuel Prentice AVERY
Burial: North River Cemetery
          Colrain, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 72662961

 

Source reference H119 :

Individuals : William AVERY
Genealogical Records and Sketches of the Descendants of William Thomas of .. By Amos Russell Thomas

 

Source reference N120 :

Individuals : William AVERY
Burial: Old Plain Cemetery (Stonington)
          Stonington, New London County, Connecticut, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 51295327

 

Source reference N121 :

Individuals : Thomas AXTELL
Find A Grave Memorial# 52187346

 

Source reference N122 :

Individuals : Elkanah BABBITT
Find A Grave Memorial# 20164024

 

Source reference H123 :

Individuals : Adalaide BABCOCK

 

Source reference H124 :

Individuals : Charles J. BABCOCK
Isaiah Babcock, Sr. and his descendants By A. Emerson Babcock

 

Source reference N125 :

Individuals : Eliza J. BABCOCK
Burial: Thompson Cemetery
          Thompson, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, USA
          Plot: 34 1/2
          Find A Grave Memorial# 7713712

 

Source reference N126 :

Individuals : Mary Ellen BABCOCK
Burial: Sakatah Cemetery
          Waterville, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 50305043

 

Source reference H127 :

Individuals : Sarah Elizabeth BABCOCK
Burial: Sakatah Cemetery
          Waterville, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 73416330

 

Source reference N128 :

Individuals : Infant BAILEY
Burial: Crosier Cemetery
          Searsburg, Bennington County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 76480757

 

Source reference H129 :

Individuals : Lewis Chandler BAILEY
Died of Typhoid Fever

 

Source reference N130 :

Individuals : Mirriam BAILEY
Burial: Avon Cemetery
          Avon, Lorain County, Ohio, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 61869595

 

Source reference H131 :

Individuals : Heather St. John BAIRD
November 29, 1967 The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts · Page 2
          A daughter, Monday, at Framingham Union Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. James F, Baird of Northboro. Mrs. Baird is the former Cynthia Crosier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Crosier of 89 Wells Ave., North Adams.

 

Source reference N132 :

Individuals : Lila Rose BAKER
Burial: Southview Cemetery
          North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 87186274

 

Source reference N133 :

Individuals : Mary BAKER
Burial: Louden Cemetery
          Wilton, Saratoga County, New York, USA
          Plot: 588
          Find A Grave Memorial# 73066747

 

Source reference N134 :

Individuals : Mary BAKER
Burial: Halifax Center Cemetery
          Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 64538210

 

Source reference N135 :

Individuals : Samuel C BAKER
Burial: Louden Cemetery
          Wilton, Saratoga County, New York, USA
          Plot: 576
          Find A Grave Memorial# 73066361

 

Source reference H136 :

Individuals : John BALDWIN
History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut

 

Source reference N137 :

Individuals : Sarah BALDWIN
Burial: Bridge Street Cemetery
          Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 42064091

 

Source reference N138 :

Individuals : Hannah BALL
Burial: Walton Cemetery
          Pepperell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 76138685

 

Source reference N139 :

Individuals : John BALL
Find A Grave Memorial# 102469779

 

Source reference N140 :

Individuals : Silas BALL
Burial: North Cemetery
          Leverett, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 31620751

 

Source reference N141 :

Individuals : William BALLARD
Burial: First Burying Ground
          Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 102532185

 

Source reference H142 :

Individuals : Charles L. BALLOU

          The Ballous in America
          an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .

 

Source reference H143 :

Individuals : Cordelia O. BALLOU

          The Ballous in America
          an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .

 

Source reference N144 :

Individuals : David BALLOU
Burial: Ballou Cemetery
          Monroe, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: Middle
          Find A Grave Memorial# 38051736

 

Source reference H145 :

Individuals : Edmond Levi BALLOU
From, The Keene Sentinel, Friday, March 4, 2005
          Edmund L. BallouEdmund L. Ballou, 82, of Athol, Mass., died March 3, 2005, at Athol Memorial Hospital after an illness.
          He was born in Chester, Vt., Aug. 7, 1922, son of Grover E. and Beryl I. (Bosworth) Ballou.
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          A resident of Jacksonville, Fla., for a number of years, he moved to this area in 1982.
          Mr. Ballou worked at various furniture manufacturing jobs.
          He had been married to Caroline Hutchins.
          A CB radio enthusiast, he had also been a member of the Good Sam RV Club.
          Survivors include two sons, Ed Hutchins of Swanzey and Richard Hutchins of Hinton, Va.; a daughter, Darlene Wyman of Athens, Vt.; five brothers, Clifford Ballou of Chester, Vt., Grover “Bud” Ballou of Orange, Mass., Bertrand Ballou of Warwick, Mass., John Ballou of New Boston and Pierre “Peter” Ballou of Salisbury; a sister, Patricia Drown of Webster; eight grandchildren; great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins. A brother, Chester Ballou, died earlier.
          Spring graveside services will be held in Chester, Vt.

 

Source reference H146 :

Individuals : Emmaline G. BALLOU

          The Ballous in America
          an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .

 

Source reference H147 :

Individuals : George E. BALLOU
The Ballous in America an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .
          1900 census lists George E. Ballou as divorced and residing in Seward Township, Kansas

 

Source reference N148 :

Individuals : George E. BALLOU
Burial: Stafford Cemetery
          Stafford, Stafford County, Kansas, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 18774833

 

Source reference N149 :

Individuals : Hosea BALLOU
Burial: Mount Auburn Cemetery
          Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
          Plot: On the East side of Central Avenue, between Walnut and Cypress avenues
          Find A Grave Memorial# 7397993

 

Source reference N150 :

Individuals : Hosea Faxon BALLOU
Burial: Sadawga Cemetery
          Whitingham, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 82078377

 

Source reference H151 :

Individuals : James BALLOU
An elaborate history and genealogy of the Ballous in America edited by Adin Ballou

 

Source reference N152 :

Individuals : John BALLOU
Burial: North Cemetery
          Rowe, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 123122728

 

Source reference H153 :

Individuals : John Frances BALLOU

          The Ballous in America
          an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .

 

Source reference H154 :

Individuals : Martin BALLOU
The Ballous in America an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America,
          compiled and edited by Myrtle M. Jillson.
          Published 1942 by Ballou Family Association of America in Woonsocket, R.I .

 

Source reference N155 :

Individuals : Mary BALLOU
Burial: Sadawga Cemetery
          Whitingham, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 82078402

 

Source reference H156 :

Individuals : Mary A. BALLOU

          The Ballous in America
          an addendum to the original history and genealogy of the Ballous in America . Published 1937 by Ballou Family Association of America in Boston .

 

Source reference N157 :

Individuals : Mary Washburn BALLOU
Burial: North Cemetery
          Rowe, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 123122729

 

Source reference N158 :

Individuals : Nathan BANGS
Burial: Old South Cemetery
          Montague, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 68797637

 

Source reference N159 :

Individuals : Dorothy Maybelle BANZHOF
Burial: Riverside Cemetery
          Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 106358369

 

Source reference N160 :

Individuals : Benjamin BARBER
Burial: Halifax Center Cemetery
          Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 119876879

 

Source reference N161 :

Individuals : Benjamin BARBER
Burial: Halifax Center Cemetery
          Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 64538198

 

Source reference N162 :

Individuals : Edward BARBER
Burial: Pennel Hill Cemetery
          Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 64538609

 

Source reference N163 :

Individuals : Mary BARBER
Burial: Halifax Center Cemetery
          Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 119876903

 

Source reference N164 :

Individuals : Melissa BARBER
Burial: Island Hill Cemetery
          Buskirk, Rensselaer County, New York, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 7956984

 

Source reference N165 :

Individuals : Polly BARBER
Burial: Greenwich Cemetery
          Greenwich, Washington County New York, USA
          Find A Grave Memorial# 141537642

 

Source reference H166 :

Individuals : Maria Ellen BARBUTO
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Sept. 6, 2003
          CORRECTION SEPT. 7, 2003
          Maria Ellen “Marie” Dargie, who died Thursday, was survived by three brothers, Albert Barbuto of Dalton, Robert Barbuto of Adams and Russell Barbuto of North Adams. Because of an editing error, their names were omitted from Mrs. Dargie’s obituary in yesterday’s Eagle.
          NORTH ADAMS -- Maria Ellen Dargie, 78, of 1095 Mohawk Trail died yesterday at Sweet Brook Care Centers in Williamstown, where she had resided for more than a month.
          Born in North Adams on Sept. 2, 1925, daughter of Anthony F. and Celina Perras Barbuto, she attended Drury High School.
          Mrs. Dargie was employed by the former Sprague Electric Co. for many years. She began working with the company making gas masks and made her way up through the ranks. At the time of her retirement in 1990, she was corporate purchasing agent.
          She was a communicant of St. Anthony’s Church and a painter, preferring oils and watercolor. She also enjoyed playing the organ.
          She leaves two sons, Francis L. Dargie Jr. of North Adams and Michael D. Dargie, with whom she made her home.
          FUNERAL NOTICE -- The funeral for Maria Ellen “Marie” Dargie will be Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 8:15 at FLYNN & DAGNOLI-MONTAGNA HOME FOR FUNERALS, Central Chapels, 74 Marshall St., with a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 9 at St. Anthony’s Church celebrated by the Rev. Daniel J. O’Hear, pastor. Burial will be in Southview Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home will be Tuesday from 5 to 7. Survivors include a daughter-in-law, wife of Francis Dargie, Svetlana Breykin Dargie; nieces and nephews, and her longtime companion, George Roy. She was predeceased by a brother, Anthony “Sonny” Barbuto, and two sisters, Thelma Kelley and Aurora Oliver. Donations in her memory may be made to the American Heart Association in care of the funeral home.
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