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101 ◦Married 9 July 1629, Saint-Illiers-la-Ville (Yvelines, 780558), Yvelines, France, to Nicolas GAMACHE ? (bans 1629-07-09 Br?val (Yvelines : 780107), France), Family F108
 
102 'PIT' GAMACHE REMEMBERED AS LONG-TIME SERVANT TO THE PUBLIC By Kristen Asiala-Taylor Associate Editor A long-time politician in the Manistee area, Donald "Pit" Gamache died Tueesday, May 8. He was 76. Gamache was fondly remembered by his colleagues as a businessman who was dedicated to public service. He was presently serving a term as Fourth District Manistee County Commissioner, and he has a long history of affiliation with government in the city of Manistee. He served on the City Council in each of the last four decades in 1968, 1974, in the 1980's and the early 1990's. He also served as mayor of the city. Prior to his current term on the county board, he additionally served on the Manistee Area Public School Board, County Tax Allocation Board, Manistee Harbor Commission, County Board of Supervisors, the March of Dimes and the American Red Cross. He was especially known for his work in organizing the local National Guard unit, establishing Security National Bank in Manistee, and securing funding for the Maple Street Bridge construction, local industries and the Century Terrace apartments. "Don was quite an indiviual," said Dick Raskey, who has known Gamache since 1931. "He's been very conscientious in public service. He's an outgoing person and everybody seems to like him. "I think he's contributed quite a bit to the Manistee area in his service as Mayor, on the council and on the county commission.... I'm going to miss him; I think a lot of people will." Chester Glocheski, former city manager and friend, said Gamache was "always positive, always working for something in a positive manner. "We lost a person that was progressive and community-minded." Sylvester "Buck" Flarity said Gamache was active in the Democratic Party for many years. He met him in 1948 when Gamache was a candidate for State Representative. "I knew him through politics and I also knew him as a friend." Flarity said. "I could always count on him if I needed help, no matter what I needed. If he was a friend today, he was a friend tomorrow. "...We never asked Pit anything that he wouldn't do for the city of Manistee, the county or for people he could help." Raskey said he and Gamache always joked about their political affiliations. Raskey is a Republican and Gamache was a strong Democrat. "We'd always go at it," Raskey said, "but it was always in a good way...It was always good to exchange views. We had many good conversations along political lines." Carl Rutskee, vice-chairman of the Manistee County Board of Commissioners, said Gamache was known for his wink. "When he wanted something done and he meant business, he'd give you that wink," Rutske said, "and you knew it had to be done." City Manager Ben Bifoss described Gamache as a "thoughtful" councilman. He didn't talk very often, but when he did, people listened. He was a voice for progress. He was also a voice for moderation at times, but always forward." Bifoss said Gamache was very involved in projects promoting tourism, including construction of the River Walk, as well as many hearings for the Harbor Village development. Glocheski also remembered that Gamache traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with Sen. Phillip Hart when the city had problems obtaining grant money for the Maple Street bridge in the past. Ralph Adamski first met Gamache when he owned the Wholesome (sic) Bakery Co. on First Street, Manistee, 56 years ago. Adamski later did business with him through his beer distributorship, and they struck up a friendship. He remembers the good times at deer camp, when Gamache would brew up his famous split pea soup. "He used to like to cook," Adamski said. "Different groups would come out and he would entertain them....A lot of people liked Pit." Adamski would later become partners with Gamache in the operation of the former Dry Dock Supper Club. Gamache was also the owner of the Pit Stop Lounge and Dockside Restaurant in Manistee, and over the years as a businessman had employed numerous people in the local area. Gamache would have celebrated his 77th birthday this Friday. Gamache, Donald Louis (I4266)
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73338508)
 
104 (Uncle) Louis became guardian of Samuel, son of Louis' brother Gabriel  Gamache, Samuel (I73336394)
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16748)
 
106 1 Jul 1894 according to WWI Draft record Gamache, Samuel Henry (I7213)
 
107 11/19/2010 8:01:00 PM
John Neil Gilmer

John Neil Gilmer, 69, of Orlando, FL, died Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 in his home.

He was born Feb. 7, 1941 in New Castle, son of John and Mary Alice (Beeson) Gilmer of Greens Fork. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Kay Crum Gilmer; a daughter, Ellen Marie Gilmer of Boynton Beach, FL, and a son, John Dean (Shelaine) Gilmer of Indianapolis and their four children.

He also is survived by a sister, Mary Anne (Thomas) Butters of Greens Fork; a brother-in-law, Denny (Marge) Crum of Sulphur Springs, an aunt, Mildred Thornburg of Richmond, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a granddaughter, Elizabeth Nicole Gilmer.

A 1959 graduate of Hagerstown High School, Mr. Gilmer attended Butler University, The Sorbonne in Paris, France, and was graduated from Earlham College. He spent his entire career in the automotive component industry: Perfect Circle/Dana from 1964-67, and Eaton Corporation from 1967-1999, where he won a patent for a powdered metal valve seat insert and served as sales manager of the Engine Components Division.

Mr. Gilmer was known best for his unique wit, broad knowledge and passion for golf.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28 at Peace United Methodist Church in Orlando. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. at the Greens Fork Community Center Sunday, Dec. 5. Burial will follow at Sugar Grove Cemetery near Greens Fork.

Condolences may be sent to the family at NeilGilmerMemorialSite@gmail.com.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Peace UMC, 13502 Town Loop Blvd., Orlando, FL 32837 or Riley Children's Hospital Foundation, 30 South Meridian St. #200, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
 
Gilmer, John Neil (I656)
 
108 116 Seneca St., Laurium, Michigan Panattone, Caroline Leona (I22008)
 
109 1300 Sneath Lane San Bruno, CA 94066
Buried At: Section Cb Site 916
 
Baltus, Dale Frank (I2840)
 
110 1861 Census of Canada, St-Cyprien de Napierville, p. 31, Line 8 Gamache, Léon Hormidas (I4522)
 
111 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 12 Gamache, Marie Louise (I11490)
 
112 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 13 Gamache, Joseph William (I11491)
 
113 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 14 Gamache, Joseph David (I73336277)
 
114 1861 Census states ca. 1844 birth Gamache, Damase Hospice Leonel (I73337854)
 
115 1870s ? Miller?s Ferry and Miller?s Halfway House Badwater (Menominee River) Michigan
Paul Miller established a ?ferry? service on Section 13, Town 40 North of Range 31 West on the old State Road near Badwater which operated in the latter half of the 1870?s to help people cross the Menominee River at this point. 
Miller, Paul (I21873)
 
116 1871 Census in Cap St. Ignace
1880 Census in Brunswick, Maine
1891 back in Canada 
Family F2880
 
117 1880 Census Milwaukee, WI - Marie is 39 y.o. living with her brother John Terborg, Marie Wilhelmina Dorothea (I73342452)
 
118 1900 census Dillon, Mary Ann (I73338089)
 
119 1900 Census of Lowell, Essex, Massachusetts Forget dit Latour, Octave (I1115)
 
120 1900 Census states birthday as Sept 1888; SSDI says birthdate is 9 Sept 1889 Hantover, Henry Howard (I480)
 
121 1900 Census states birthday as Sept 1888; SSDI says birthdate is 9 Sept 1889 Hantover, Henry Howard (I480)
 
122 1900 Census, Bay county, MI Lardner, Thomas (I3229)
 
123 1900 Federal Census, Springfield, Mass Surprenant, Cornelia (I8146)
 
124 1900 Federal Census, Springfield, Mass Gamache, Oswald A. (I73332841)
 
125 1900 Federal Census, Springfield, Mass Gamache, Eva (I73332839)
 
126 1900 US Census Beauleaux, Peter (I3113)
 
127 1900 US Federal Census info
Ludlow, HAMPDEN, Massachusetts
ED 556, Sheet 26B
Line 100 
Gamache, Louis (I17764)
 
128 1901 census Gamache, Narcisse (I6800)
 
129 1901 Census Bilodeau, Hélène (I73334265)
 
130 1901 Census Provencher, Marie Josephine Eveline (I73333459)
 
131 1901 Census Dumont, Démerise (I6678)
 
132 1901 Census Gamache, Eusébé (I7255)
 
133 1901 Census states 22 Feb 1842 Belanger, Marie Philomène (I5296)
 
134 1901 Census states born as Jul 1873

Census of Canada 1901, Arthabaskaville, Drummond-Arthabaska, p. 1, line 37 
Neault, Séveré (I1585)
 
135 1906 Manchester City Directory Gamache, Aubin Hector (I73337531)
 
136 1910 Census Whittington, Perry Vartaman (I2453)
 
137 1910 Census  Cadwell, John Harris (I3024)
 
138 1910 Census of Detroit - 1425 Holcomb Street  Family F800
 
139 1910 Census of Worcester, Massachusetts
Sheet 24B, Line 64 
Gamache, Leo H. (I7946)
 
140 1910 Census, Lowell, Mass. Forget, Raymond (I3178)
 
141 1910 US Census Family F1193
 
142 1911 Census states b. 1851 Gamache, Marcel (I3400)
 
143 1911 Census states birth date as Mar 1903 Gamache, Beatrice (I17799)
 
144 1920 - lived at 527 5th Avenue, Homestead, PA Weinberger, Harry (I332)
 
145 1920 US Census Meadows, Naomi Genevieve (I3802)
 
146 1922 Passport Application Krause, Charles E. (I44)
 
147 1928 Puritan Location ? Bessemer-Gogebic Range City Directories

lists Bertha as a teacher 
Gamache, Bertha Cecilia (I4811)
 
148 1929 - 2013 CHESHIRE Edward J. Lyons, Sr., 83, of 26 Hutchinson Lane, died Thursday at North Adams Regional Hospital surrounded by his loving family.

Born on Dec. 17, 1929, in Cheshire, he was a son of Paul and Lulu Curtis Lyons. A lifelong resident of Cheshire, he was educated in Cheshire and North Adams schools.

He served his country during the Korean War with the United States Army. He served as a sergeant from 1951 to 1953 and landed in Korea on Dec. 25, 1951.

Mr. Lyons was employed as a foreman for the former U.S. Gypsum in Cheshire for 22 years until the plant closed in 1970. He then went to work for the former Pfizer Inc. in Adams where he worked for 23 years, retiring in 1993.

A loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, he was a communicant of St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Cheshire. He was also a member of the Cheshire VFW Post #9396. He enjoyed traveling, gardening and repairing bicycles. He was also an avid fisherman. Ed was loved by all.

His first wife, the late Alice Flaherty, died May 15, 1995.

He married his wife, the former Carol M. Moreau on Aug. 4, 1996.

Besides his wife, Carol, of Cheshire, he leaves three daughters, Laurie A. Walto and her husband, William, of Pittsfield, Dawn G. Daniels, and her husband, Richard, of Williamstown and Lisa J. Girard and her husband, Wayne, of Cheshire; one stepson, Robert Gamache and his wife, Bobbi, of Lafayette, La.; two stepdaughters, Susan Hargrave and her husband, Dan, of Lafayette, La., and Michelle Meaux of Church Point, La.; one sister, Elizabeth Serrano and her husband, Peter, of North Adams; 10 grandchildren, Joel, Shelly, Corinne, Carly, Bryce, William, Michael, Marrissa, Jared and Joshua and many great-grandchildren.

He was predeceased by two sons, Edward J. Lyons Jr., who died Jan.17, 1989, and Michael P. Lyons, who died June 15, 2012. He was also predeceased by three brothers and three sisters and by a grandson, the late Roger A. Williams Jr.

FUNERAL NOTICE: Funeral services for Edward J. Lyons, Sr., 83, of Cheshire who died Aug. 1, 2013, will be Friday at 9:15 a.m. from the DERY-CHESHIRE FUNERAL HOME, followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. at St. Mary of the Assumption Church, celebrated by the Rev. David Raymond, pastor. Burial will follow in Cheshire Cemetery.

Calling hours will be held Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Dery-Cheshire Funeral Home.

Donations in memory of Mr. Lyons may be made to the Cheshire Volunteer Fire Department in care of the funeral home, North State Rd., Cheshire, MA 01225.
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Lyons, Sr., Edward (I73340140)
 
149 1930 Census Kalish, May (I533)
 
150 1930 Census of Kingsford, MI Miron, George James (I904)
 

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