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401 A Civil War Veteran, Co. F. 52nd Mass. Vol. Inf.; Corp. 30th Co. Unattached Mass. Heavy Artillery

He petitioned to be Executor of his mother-in-law's estate on 19 Dec 1878. He was unsuccessful and Joseph H. Root was appointed Executor on Jan 7 1879. 
ANDREWS, Joseph Luther (I35381)
 
402 A Civil War veteran, Co. H, 42nd NY Inf Regt, wounded in action. Retired paper maker, was killed in an accident. The MA death records indicate death from "multiple injuries and their results. Alleged assault." His attacker was William D. Nealy of Fall River, MA, his grand-nephew. PUFFER, Marcus Morton (I22477)
 
403 A Civil War Veteran, Co. K. 13th Mass Infantry SARGENT, Amos Plimpton (I14999)
 
404 A Civil War Veteran, Co.H. of the IL Volunteer Infantry. Mustered out at Galveston,TX on 22 Jul 1865 as a corporal.

For eighteen years Capt. Benson ran as master of Puget sound steamers, notably the Chehalis, City of Quincy, George E. Starr, Josephine and the Eliza Anderson

He was killed in the Treadwell mine on Douglas Island, Alaska. He was blasting in a shaft or tunnel when an explosion jarred loosed a hanging rock that crashed down about 25 feet onto his head. He died instantly. He had been employed in the mine since September 1899 and the story marks his original departure from Seattle as July 1898. His body was brought down on one of the supply steamers, the Dirigo, which also brought miners and their families home from the gold district. The story notes that he was to be buried in the Lakeview cemetery, in a section we now know to have been devoted to G.A.R. veterans 
BENSON, Capt. Daniel R. (I34484)
 
405 A Civil War Veteran, Company A, 9th Regiment Infantry, Maine
He was a pensioner of the state of Maine, certificate # 59,002. "g.s.w. face, dis of brain". $50.00 per month. 
PHIPPS, Stephen E. (I36791)
 
406 A Civil War Veteran, Company C., 29th Regiment, Ohio infantry
Died, ultimately, of wounds. 
KRAHL, Ransom S. (I39143)
 
407 A Civil War Veteran, enlisted in Company E, 103rd Regt. OH Volunteer Infantry in Cleveland, OH, Aug. 12, 1862; mustered out June 12, 1865. Applied for invalid pension, Mar. 6, 1891 in IL but it was not issued. Cemetery records were burned up in a fire in the early 1970s but he has a military headstone in a plot with 20 other vets in Section H. His name is on Panel #14 in the Cuyahoga County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Public Square, Cleveland, OH.

His headstone was provided by the Stockbridge Marble Co, Stockbridge, MA on May 29, 1900

A school teacher at the time of his marriage to Sarah F. Hollis 
PUFFER, Henry Samuel Sr. (I6652)
 
408 A Civil War Veteran, enrolled in the army on the first day of May in 1863 at Ft. Blunt Cn. in Fort Smith, AR. He was in Co. L 14th Regiment of Kansas Cavalry. He was mustered in as a private on the 19th day of October in 1863 at Ft. Scott, Kansas. He was mustered out as Sergeant and honorably discharged with company June 25, 1865 at Ft. Gibson Cn.

"I was detailed by General Bluntto to go to Baham, Texas and find out the true condition of the Southern Army. I left Ft. smith, AR on April 14, 1864. After we reached Mt. Pleasant we were suspicioned as spies, we fled and were pursued by a force from the confederate army. After traveling 4 days and nights, we stopped to graze our horses and were attacked by our pursuers. I had my horse shot and killed and I was shot in the head. Two more were shot and wounded and one was killed. We killed 3 of their party and wounded 2 more. This was on the 19th day of April 1864 on our return to headquarters at Ft. Smith, AR. The attack was made on the Kimish River in the Choctaw Nation. We were attacked by a command of whites and Indians. I was shot in the back part of my head. I succeeded after I came to getting another horse and making my escape, although we were pursued until the afternoon of the next day." 
REMY, Henry (I9550)
 
409 A Civil War veteran, he died accidentally, while intoxicated. He had slumped over and became lodged between pieces of his buggy. BUDHEIN, Joseph (I42059)
 
410 A Civil War Veteran, Lt. Co. F. 105th Reg., Ohio Volunteer Infantry

In 1868 he purchased his father's farm in Parkman, OH 
SMITH, Norman Decatur (I47144)
 
411 A Civil War Veteran, private in the Vermont Infantry, 5th Regt. PUFFER, Nelson L. (I24628)
 
412 A Civil War veteran, private, in Company G, First Ohio Infantry, as a private, for three months, and was discharged about Aug. 1, 1861. In Sep 1861, he set about recruiting a company for 3 years service. He was successful and reported to camp at Chillicothe, Ohio, and the company was mustered in the Seventy-third Ohio, 30 Nov 1861. he was commissioned Second Lieutenant of Company D, in December, 1862, he was commissioned First Lieutenant, and in March, 1864, he was promoted to Captain. He participated in a number of battles, First Bull Run, Chancellorville, Gettysburg and siege of Atlanta. He was promoted to Major, July 20, 1865 just as he was being discharged. DOWNING, Maj. Abisha (I23570)
 
413 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt 3rd MI Infantry MARK, Joseph (I17482)
 
414 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt in Co. C., 20th MI Inf. Regt. wounded in battl e. TRAUT, Wilson (I32857)
 
415 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, 13th MI Inf. Reg. A teacher. SIDNAM, William P. (I22980)
 
416 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, 144th NY Infantry Regt., a clerk. Promoted to Corporal in 1862.

He was slightly wounded in the battle of Honey Hill, SC, carrying the colors of his Regiment.

His headstone was supplied by Stockbridge Marble Co, Stockbridge, MA in 1900 
PUFFER, Henry Smythe (I4867)
 
417 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt, Co D, 25th Mass. Iinf. Regt.Combmaker, Leominster. BIGELOW, William (I17775)
 
418 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. B., 32nd Maine Volunteers. Transferred 12 Dec 18 Wounded in the head, 31 May 1864 at the battle of Totopotomo Creek, VA. Transferred to Co. B, 31st Maine Inf. Regt., 12 Dec 1864. ABBOTT, Henry (I43571)
 
419 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. G, 1st NH Cavalry FLANDERS, Charles Colby (I19146)
 
420 A Civil War veteran, Pvt, Co. M, Maine 1st Hvy Artlry Regt. A boat bui lder MOORE, Hezekiah C. (I17608)
 
421 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt. Co. A. 22nd Ohio Vol. Regt. MILLER, Wales Newton (I11241)
 
422 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt. in Co. D., 22nd ME Inf. He and his whole family are listed in the 1880 Schedules of Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes Record as "Pauper and Indigent Inhabitants In Institutions, Poor-Houses or Asylums, or Boarded at Public Expense in Private Homes". Their daughter Laura is mentioned as being 'insane'.
A laborer and farmer. 
GRANT, John Billings (I18279)
 
423 A Civil War Veteran, Pvt., 3rd Mass. Battery Regt. His headstone was provided by Gross Brothers, Lee, MA. DICKMAN, Joseph L. (I54596)
 
424 A Civil War Veteran, Sergeant with the 142nd PA Vol. Infantry. KERR, Johnston Williams (I8582)
 
425 A Civil War Veteran, Sgt. Co. H., 1st Maine Hvy Artlry. FARNSWORTH, George Washington (I9128)
 
426 A Civil War Veteran. An undertaker. DAYMON, William (I11274)
 
427 A Civil War veteran. Company C, Sixth Maine Volunteer Infantry
Enlisted at Portland, Maine 29 April 1861 and discharged 6 December 1865. 
LEIGHTON, Francis C. (I36871)
 
428 A clerk

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card he was a student. 
PUFFER, Maynard Coler (I33877)
 
429 A clerk NORRIS, Andrew Armstong (I16272)
 
430 A clerk ROLLINS, Cecil James (I39088)
 
431 A clerk @ 346 Broadway, home @ 130 Livingston, Brooklyn in 1857 PUFFER, Edward Holmes (I18502)
 
432 A clerk according to the 1850 Federal Census
A brush manufacturer according to the 1870 Federal Census 
PUFFER, Gustavus Aaron (I33695)
 
433 a clerk at the time of his death WILKINS, Cyrus W. (I22073)
 
434 A clerk for a trolley company PUFFER, Leroy Giles (I35993)
 
435 A clerk for Coburn & Co., Lowell, MA FOSTER, Zadie Elma (I3164)
 
436 A clerk in a dental office, living in 1910 in Hennepin, MN PUFFER, Hazel Veleta (I33369)
 
437 A clerk in a grocery store 1930 Federal Census SCHOEFFLER, Florence Pauline (I37753)
 
438 A clerk in a hardware store at the time of his death DRISKO, Ralph Leslie (I38644)
 
439 A clerk in a hotel PUFFER, Harold James (I5896)
 
440 A clerk in a notion store BISEL, Opal O. (I20638)
 
441 A clerk in an auto store

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card he worked at Nielson Tractor Company in Minneapolis, MN 
PUFFER, Eugene Alfred (I35919)
 
442 A clerk in L H Field Company HARLOW, Anna Marie (I47899)
 
443 A clerk in the County Assessor's office PACK, Wilma Elaine (I42065)
 
444 A clerk in the War Department. PUFFER, Candace (I35405)
 
445 A coal miner in 1930 CARR, Wilbur Jason (I40411)
 
446 A collector 1797 -1801 WARE, Capt. Benjamin (I3366)
 
447 A Colonel in the First Regiment, Orange County, NY Militia

He signed the Association ledge April 29, 1775. Was chairman of the committee of Safety and loaned money to help the war effort. Lt. Col. First Regiment, Orange County, NY. Promoted to Col. 
MARVIN, Col. Elihu (I45821)
 
448 A colony militia man, Capt. Jonas Douw's Company, in 1715 at Albany. HOGEBOOM, Derrick (I58826)
 
449 A comb maker at the time of his death MORSE, Joel R. (I42108)
 
450 A combat engineer in Europe during WWII.

Manger at J.C. Penny and Robert Hall Clothing Stores. Proprietor of Puffer's Floral Shoppe in 1968. 
PUFFER, Phillip L. (I6347)
 
451 A commercial photographer PUFFER, William Frederick (I665)
 
452 A Companion of William the Conqueror (one of the few proven to be). GRENTMESNIL, Hugh De (I4891)
 
453 A compositor by trade, employed for many years in the Framingham Gazette office; lived in Framingham. LLOYD, Mary Adelaide (I16811)
 
454 A conductor on the Michigan Railway Co. in 1914 DEWITT, Stuart (I17919)
 
455 A confectionary store keeper REED, Ann T. (I38720)
 
456 A Confederate Colonel. Started out as a Pvt. in 5th VA Inf. Regt.
He was wounded at Fredricksburg, VA, 2 Apr 1865 and hospitalized in Richmond, VA on 3 Apr 1865. He was released from the hospital on 23 May 1865. Died between 1869-1893. 
LYDER, Col. John Lewis (I34810)
 
457 A Confederate soldier, PVT 42nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment WILLARD, Bartlett Yancey (I6388)
 
458 A Confederate soldier, PVT North Carolina 10th Bn. Light Artillery WILLIARD, William Riley (I4542)
 
459 A Congregational preacher MORRISON, Rev. John Alexander (I1344)
 
460 A constable according to the 1880 California Federal Census PUFFER, Wilson Henry (I11978)
 
461 A constable in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. PUFFER, Howard Lloyd (I32583)
 
462 A construction carpenter at the time of his death. WILD, Henry Rudolph (I47198)
 
463 A construction engineer in Allston, MA MACSHEFFREY, Frank A. (I32768)
 
464 A consulting engineer for the city planning commission Family: LENDERINK, Andrew / PUFFER, Anna Margaret (F5022)
 
465 A cook in New Haven, CT at the time of his marriage SKOWRONEK, Peter J. Sr. (I62475)
 
466 A cooper by trade ESTEY, Isaac Sr. (I21846)
 
467 A cooper by trade KEYES, Thomas (I36283)
 
468 A cooper by trade. "After the birth of Ethel (their last child), mother Ethel died a month later 12/20/18. David asked his mother in law Grace Bloom who was living with them according to 1910 census, to marry him so she could help raise the kids. She refused, but offered to take the girls for a while, so that David could be less overwhelmed. When she came back to visit, the boys were gone. They were left in an orphanage in Le Havre, Montana. They were later adopted by Victoria and George Greenwood when they were 5 and 3. They then lived in Washington State and later moved to CA. The whereabouts of David Jensen became unknown." anecdotal from Lilli White on Ancestry.com The 1910 Federal Census shows him living in Thurston, WA with his wife, Ethel, brother-in-law Lloyd Bloom, and mother-in-law JENSEN, David Ludwig (I20787)
 
469 A cooper, in Turin, NY DAVIS, Robert Richard (I41801)
 
470 A cooper, in Turin, NY DAVIS, Charles Richard (I58276)
 
471 A cooper. His weight was said to have been over 300 lbs. BARRY, James (I33108)
 
472 a cordwainer COATES, Robert (I11168)
 
473 A cordwainer NORRIS, John William (I17610)
 
474 A Corporal in Co. G. of the 103rd Maine Infantry.

In 1931 he was accused of breaking and entering a store owned by Ludwig Muller. Muller lured him to the store and attacked him with a bottle of 'tonic'. Reed sued Muller for damages of $1,000, showing he was elsewhere at the supposed break-in 
REED, Leon Raymond (I23422)
 
475 A corporal in Company G, 27th Connecticut Inf. Regt. PUFFER, Cpl. Albert Jencks (I21538)
 
476 A cotton grower and in 1936 sold, 1,671 bales of cotton for $109,000 at the Yazoo City Market. PUFFER, William M. (I33564)
 
477 A court reporter MILLER, Joe D. (I23106)
 
478 A crewman aboard the whaling ship 'Roscoe' out of New Bedford, MA? He w as a blacksmith? According to his death notice he was a "magnetic physician" at the time o f his death. SHUTE, Charles Oswald (I23667)
 
479 A cum laude graduate of Salem College, Winston Salem, NC, she was a noted harpist and did graduate work in Philadelphia. WELCH, Eleanor Swaim (I42468)
 
480 A dairyman PUFFER, Walter Thomas (I22379)
 
481 A dance instructor in NYC. He taught Anna Romano to tap dance and she, coincidentally, married Anthony Caranci (Uncle Tony) as his first wife. Uncle Tony later married John L.'s sister Agnes (Auntie Agnes). CARANCI, John L. Jr. (I3837)
 
482 A day laborer
He was Captain of the old lake steamer, Yates, formerly the Halsey, on Keuka Lake, NY.

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card, he was a mechanic for the Curtiss Herst Motor Corporation in Hammonsport, NY. 
PUFFER, Capt. William Henry (I23584)
 
483 A death bed marriage Family: FAIRBANKS, Lewis Tucker / DONNELL, Emily F. (F15253)
 
484 A dentist at the time of their marriage. ALLEN, Herbert Stanley (I63609)
 
485 A dentist. PUFFER, Dr. Charles Leslie (I15257)
 
486 A dentist. THAYER, Dr. Samuel Weston (I20804)
 
487 A department store service manager in 1950
She was elected a vice president of the Hollywood-Beverly Church in 1965. 
BOYLE, Kathryn G. (I19269)
 
488 A deputy Customs collector in Wilmington, NC in 1905 VINES, Thomas Lewis (I60179)
 
489 A descendant of Pilgrim Thomas Rogers WALKER, Phebe (I17753)
 
490 A descendant of the Peasleys of Weare, NH. PEASLEY, Helen Adelaide (I22440)
 
491 A designer for Lincoln-Mercury automobiles HENSLEY, Chester Archie (I42438)
 
492 a diamond cutter at the time of his death ZELLERS, Charles Henry (I17605)
 
493 A dictaphone operator at Travelers Insurance Co., Hartford. She lived at 123 Sisson Avenue. PUFFER, Hazel Viola (I33367)
 
494 A direct descendant of Elder William Brewster, who came in the Mayflowe r. HODGE, Sophia E. (I32856)
 
495 A distinguished man. ENDICOTT, John (I16158)
 
496 A divorce decree was granted to Mary Ann after her husband left her with no support. Family: CRAMER, Wells / MCNEVINS, Mary Ann (F25150)
 
497 A doctorate in Science from MIT. Assistant Professor at MIT. HANSEN, Dr. Robert Joseph (I40320)
 
498 A doctorate in Science from MIT. Assistant Professor at MIT. HANSEN, Dr. Robert Joseph (I62880)
 
499 a domestic O'LEARY, Alice Berthana (I12424)
 
500 A domestic in the home of Charles Turner Pamela\Parmela (I36040)
 
501 A domestic in the home of Charles Turner. PUFFER, Jane M. (I18806)
 
502 A domestic in the home of Charles Turner. PUFFER, Jane M. (I18806)
 
503 A domestic servant according to the 1870 US Federal Census. PUFFER, Sarah (I15005)
 
504 A draftsman. DEARBORN, Ernest Roland (I16323)
 
505 A dress maker PHELPS, Mary J. (I36455)
 
506 A dress maker PLANT, Mary (I61726)
 
507 A dressmaker PUFFER, Loretta H. (I15866)
 
508 A dressmaker ROGERS, Ethel Idella (I22153)
 
509 A dressmaker SHERWIN, Mary Elizabeth (I36284)
 
510 A dressmaker STEARNS, Fanny D. (I41505)
 
511 A dressmaker at the time of her marriage. Family: LOESCH, Otto A. / SKALLA, Catherine May (F976)
 
512 A dressmaker in 1892 in NY STILSON, Adella (I35655)
 
513 A dressmaker in a store. CROWLEY, Mary Elizabeth (I6383)
 
514 A dressmaker in Des Moines, IA in 1895 BENNET, Charlotte M. (I21013)
 
515 A dressmaker working for herself in 1920. PUFFER, Elizabeth (I33561)
 
516 A dressmaker, lived with her father for many years. Died unmarried. CRAIG, Adelaide M. (I19095)
 
517 A dressmaker. PUFFER, Ruth (I33560)
 
518 A dressmaker. PUFFER, Estella R. (I36179)
 
519 A drilling contractor in 1940. HARPER, John L. (I42748)
 
520 A druggist at Harvard, IL. Died unmarried. PUFFER, Edward Clinton (I23352)
 
521 A druggist in Boston. ROGERS, Clarence Mortimer (I20299)
 
522 A drummer boy at age 8 in Col. Bullards' Regt., Capt. Aaron Jewells Company. GIBSON, Ephraim (I8594)
 
523 A drummer boy in the Revolution. MCCLENNAN, William (I23347)
 
524 A faculty member of Jung Institute in Boston PUFFER, Winona Elizabeth (I7370)
 
525 a famous Roman orator HORTENSIUS, Quintus (I48877)
 
526 A farm hand in Fayette County, IL in 1870
A soft coal miner at the time of his death 
PUFFER, William Wright (I5965)
 
527 A farm hand in Fayette County, IL in 1870 PUFFER, John Wesley (I34456)
 
528 A farm laborer PUFFER, Willis R. (I33733)
 
529 A farm laborer for William Calndler family PUFFER, Frederick Wilder (I333)
 
530 A farm laborer, living with Ara Hamilton family. PUFFER, Alanson Rawson (I17629)
 
531 A farmer

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A farmer in the 1905 New York Census 
PUFFER, Jacob Wilson (I33729)
 
532 A farmer
Note: This person could be Samuel H. Puffer b. 1874.. but there is no proof of his marriage to Judith Manning. More research is needed. (DMC 10/24/19) 
PUFFER, Samuel H. (I11935)
 
533 A farmer HUNT, Thomas (I931)
 
534 A farmer PLUMB, Charles S. (I10870)
 
535 A farmer CARBAUGH, George D. (I11956)
 
536 A farmer PUHLE, Ernst R. (I12229)
 
537 A farmer PUFFER, Sylvester Amos (I12614)
 
538 A farmer TERIBURY, William Henry (I13783)
 
539 A farmer PUFFER, Merrill J. (I17508)
 
540 A farmer COOK, Royal Ivy (I20693)
 
541 A farmer CHANDLER, Esgn. John (I21030)
 
542 A farmer SOUTHARD, Thomas Jefferson (I24244)
 
543 A farmer PUFFER, John Wesley (I35027)
 
544 A farmer TABBUTT, Moses (I37133)
 
545 A farmer TABBUTT, Alva Alvah (I37278)
 
546 A farmer and a shoemaker FORSYTH, James (I10117)
 
547 A farmer and boarding house proprietor PUFFER, Seth N. (I4874)
 
548 A farmer and lumberman. GRANT, Daniel (I18286)
 
549 A farmer at Battle Creek, MI. PUFFER, Lewis Abel (I21278)
 
550 a farmer at Columbia, ME, later operated a shoestore with his brother in Bangor, ME. LEIGHTON, Gilbert Lafayette (I36797)
 
551 A farmer at Eylar, IL

It is noted in several newspaper articles that he was part of the 'underground railroad' and helped in the escape of one Caroline Quarrels, a 16 year old slave from St. Louis. She found her way to Milwaukee and then was smuggled to Pewankee and later to Prairieville (now Waukesha), WI. She was conducted to Sandwich, Canada by Mr. Lyman Goodnow, who established the "railroad" in that section. He paid to have her ferried across the Detroit River into Canada. 
PUFFER, Josiah Graves (I5959)
 
552 A farmer at Framingham, MA. WHITTEMORE, Louis Hiram (I15232)
 
553 A farmer at Liberty Plain, S. Hingham, MA. PUFFER, John (I16880)
 
554 A farmer at Nobscot, Framingham. FENTON, John (I24478)
 
555 A farmer at Paris, NY. in 1816. ROSBROOKS\ ROSEBROOK, Philo (I18880)
 
556 A farmer in 1850. SMALL, Joseph Hazzard Root (I20926)
 
557 A farmer in 1918 ESTERBY, Knute L. (I12443)
 
558 A farmer in Dummerston, VT HALLADAY, Obed Henry (I2489)
 
559 A farmer in Harrington, ME RAMSDELL, William Henry (I15392)
 
560 A farmer in Jay, VT DAVIS, James B. (I13675)
 
561 A farmer in Malta, IL
Manager A H Puffer Co Inc.

According to his 1918 WWI Draft Registration Card he was a traveling salesman for Harper Brothrs, Co., in Chicago, IL 
PUFFER, Albert Henry (I5737)
 
562 A farmer in Putney, VT. PUFFER, Norris B. (I18856)
 
563 A farmer in Putney, VT. PUFFER, Chandler E. (I18864)
 
564 A farmer in Sudbury. He represented the town in the state legislature. PUFFER, Capt. John (I34272)
 
565 A farmer in the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico PUFFER, Harold J. (I22135)
 
566 A farmer in Watson, NY.

War of 1812 Veteran 
STONE, Nelson J. (I35693)
 
567 A farmer near Lansing, MI. PUFFER, Edmund Wright (I22383)
 
568 A farmer on Fohr JAPPEN, Jap (I61646)
 
569 A farmer on the Puffer homestead, Andover, VT. LOVEJOY, Isaiah (I21975)
 
570 A farmer who left Bremerhaven, Germany with his wife Katharina, going to New Rochelle, NY. USHKOFF, Eugene (I44051)
 
571 A farmer, 65 acres PUFFER, George Amos (I36086)
 
572 A farmer, resided at Barre, VT. A clerk in a store at the time of his marriage. DAVIS, Bert F. (I15120)
 
573 A farmer, single, living in Thorah Township, Ontario PUFFER, Charles (I45122)
 
574 A farmer. SMITH, Willis Adolphus (I12393)
 
575 A farmer. KEENE, Freeman (I21998)
 
576 A farmer. WHITNEY, Nathan (I34562)
 
577 A farmer. WORCESTER, Alfred Small (I36724)
 
578 A farmer. He had business dealings with William Guy Markham, his brother-in-law, b oth investors in the Sea Island Cotton Company, which managed South Car olina cotton plantations after the Civil War MARKHAM, Guy (I83043)
 
579 A fireman in Milwaukee, WI ETZEL, Frank Aloysius (I43526)
 
580 A fireman in Minneapolis, MN in 1930 RUSH, Peter (I9271)
 
581 A fireman with the Fitchburg FD. GUILFORD, Joseph Edgar (I20295)
 
582 A First Sgt in the Army stationed at Fort Ethen Allen, VT PROKOP, Joseph Marion (I43698)
 
583 A fisherman and ferryman. MOORE, William (I9019)
 
584 A florist FIELD, Harris Goodwin (I33015)
 
585 A forest service employee who built fire lanes LIVINGSTON, Terrance Michael (I58505)
 
586 A former ship-master, and now (1915 ) a harbor police man in Boston. REED, James (I18448)
 
587 A freight agent SPROAT, Henry (I21345)
 
588 A French and Indian War veteran, 1756 in Capt Samuel Dakin's Sudbury company. Commissioned in 1771 as Lieut. of Capt. Samuel Knight's 3d Sudbury company, Col. Elisha Jones' 3d regiment of the Middlesex County militia. Chosen as Capt in 1774, of a copmany of 92 men in the "Lanham District" of Sudbury. He marched on the 10 Apr 1775 alarm with his company in Lieut.-Col. Ezekiel Howe's regiment, and took part in the pursuit of the British to Boston, serving four days. STONE, Capt. Moses (I57914)
 
589 A fruit dealer at the time of his marriage Family: SLOMOVITZ, Charles / SKALLA, Catherine May (F821)
 
590 A full blooded Cherokee BALL, Lucy Jay (I63266)
 
591 A furniture salesman PUFFER, Edward Jeremiah (I33903)
 
592 a gas lamp manufacturer MACE, Alonzo M. (I34340)
 
593 A general merchant PUFFER, Silas (I21569)
 
594 A general merchant PUFFER, Silas (I21569)
 
595 A glove maker PUFFER, Sylvester M. (I35696)
 
596 A gold miner at the time of his death. WHITNEY, Isaac (I20007)
 
597 A graduate nurse (1909) at Chicago Memorial Hospital, Grant Hospital and the Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanatorium. PUFFER, Carrie (I19447)
 
598 A graduate of Dartmouth College in 1786.
Judge of the CT Superior Court, 1815-1818
State House of Representatives, 1795-1801, 1807-1815
US Congressman for Connecticut, 1801-1805
Mayor of Norwich, 1814-1834 
GODDARD, Hon. Calvin (I52038)
 
599 A graduate of Hartford Seminary HAVEN, Rev. John (I17031)
 
600 A graduate of Ingham University, Leroy, NY. Resides at Shelburne Falls , MA FIELD, Mary Electa (I11151)
 

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