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Carol (#47265171)
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I'm a lifelong New England resident and have been interested in genealogy since I was a child, when I'd spend hours pouring over an old family genealogy and reading about the people in it. I was hooked!
If you'd like me to transfer one of my memorials over to you, just let me know. Unless it's a family member or someone close to me, it won't be a problem.
I will also add new information and gladly correct errors. I want the information I list to be as accurate as possible. Please use the Edit button whenever possible for this.
I am working on two family lines. The first includes the surnames Arnold, Blinn, Brown, Marshall, McCurdy, Poor/Poore, Scollay and Webb, among others.
The second line includes the surnames DeWitt, Dodge, Grummert, Gustin, Jayne, Johnson, Proposki, Pursell, Robinson, Springer, Stephens, Wells and Wilson, among others.
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RE: Lillian Currier
Hi Carol,
I hadn't checked my records on in awhile. Upon checking them I learned that it was Pamelia's sister Lillian who was married to Harry Mitropoulos. She was also married to Everett M. Abbott and Harry J. O'Neil. She had three children by Harry O. Harry J. (1929-I don't know if he's still alive), Richard L. (1930-1998) and Robert C. (1931-1970). Robert was thirty-eight when he died. I believe he died of cancer. I'd forgotten about Lillian. She was only three when her father died. She isn't in the family picture that I have attached to the memorials. Wouldn't they have been your first cousins? My relationship to the Curriers is as follows. My grandmother, Adele Patterson Ryan, was Joseph Patterson's daughter. Joseph's mother, Julia Currier was Louis N. Currier's sister. Of course Louis was the father of Pamelia and her siblings. I think Joseph, my great grandfather was your second cousin. Adele was your third cousin. Definitely if you find out anymore information about the family let me know. Thanks!
Added by Pete on Jul 10, 2016 1:21 PM
Lisa Phillips
RE: Mary & John Furness memorial photos
You are welcome. I am glad to help out.

Added by Lisa Phillips on Jul 09, 2016 2:05 PM
RE: Permenia Currier
Hi Carol,
Thank you so much for the compliment about the memorials that I've written. Permenia was married for a third time to Harry J. Mitropulos. Did you know him? Or do you know any information about him? I haven't been able to find any information about him. If you look at the attached obituary on Annie Currier Desbin's memorial you'll notice that Permenia is listed as Mr. Harry J. Mitropulos.
Added by Pete on Jul 09, 2016 9:10 AM
RE: The Currier Family
Hi Carol,
Thank you for letting me know that you already written a memorial for your mother. I deleted the one that I wrote. Permina was your grandmother? If you'd like I can transfer her memorial to you. Permina was my maternal grandmother's aunt. A couple of months before Christina died I got to speak with her. She was very nice and gave me a lot of information about the Currier (Carriere) family. I have all of my research I've done on the family on If you're on that I can invite you to look at it.
Added by Pete on Jul 07, 2016 4:07 PM
RE: Freddy & Anna Webb memorial photos
Glad to help, and a bit was quite a fancy way to describe what we Vermonter's would just call a redneck drunken brawl...

Added by Anne on Jun 19, 2016 12:46 PM
a less than flattering article about Thomas Daniels
Orleans County monitor. (Barton, Vt.), 15 June 1874. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.

Added by Anne on Jun 18, 2016 9:44 PM
RE: Freddy & Anna Webb memorial photos
Sure you had probably seen this, but in case you haven't...

St. Johnsbury Caledonian. volume, October 03, 1879, Image 3

Libel for Divorce.
Whereas Phebe P. Daniels of Danville, in the
County of Caledonia, has filed in the Clerk's office of said County, her libel for divorce : setting forth
in substance that she was legally married to
Thomas Daniels on the 24th day of February, A.
D. 1874. That from that time to the month of
February, A. D. 1878, she lived and cohabited with
said Thomas, and performed in full all her duties
as a faithful and true wife, but that the said
Thomas has continually treated her with great and
intolerable severity, and has refused to furnish her with any means of support.
And it being made to appear that the said
Thomas resides without this state in parts unknown, so that a citation cannot be served upon
him; it is hereby ordered that notice of the pendency of the foregoing libel be given to the said Thomas by publication of the substance thereof, and of this order, in the St. Johnsbury Caledonian, a newspaper published in said county, three weeks successively, the last of which publications to be at least six weeks prior to the first day of the next term of Caledonia County Court, to be held at St.
Johnsbury on the first Tuesday of December. A.D. 1879.
Dated at St. Johnsbury, in said County, this lst
day of October, A. D. 1879.
E. D. BrOWN, Deputy Clerk
Added by Anne on Jun 18, 2016 9:37 PM
RE: Freddy & Anna Webb memorial photos
Hi Carol,

Well, that explains why I didn't find anything.
I have absolutely no problem with you making the memorial, and I am happy to add the photos.
Glad to help where I can!

Added by Anne on Jun 18, 2016 9:08 PM
RE: Freddy & Anna Webb memorial photos
Carol, you are very welcome. I tried to find any info on the Lillie Webb that is at the bottom of Anna's stone but could not find anything. Therefore, I did not make a memorial. Do you have anything on her?
BTW, it goes without saying that if you would like any transfers just let me know.

Added by Anne on Jun 18, 2016 6:19 AM
Valerie Neal
RE: Nameless McCurdy child at Hillside Cemetery
Did they have a son named Henry?
Added by Valerie Neal on Jun 17, 2016 5:53 PM
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