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1751 Sales Azen, Max N. (I269)
 
1752 Salesman - Men's Clothing 1930 Federal Census Rothman, Samuel Aaron (I665)
 
1753 Samuel Immigrated 1890; naturalized 1898
Gizella Immigrated 1892; naturalized 1898 
Family F2
 
1754 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I123)
 
1755 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12298)
 
1756 Saul Ziff Marries Pittsburgh Girl Sunday Afternoon

PHILIPSBURG - A reception for a large number of relatives and friends was held at the William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon following the marriage of Saul Ziff and Ruth Harris of Pittsburgh in the Cardinal Room of the hotel. Rabbi Lichtner of Pittsburgh performed the ceremony at 4:30 Sunday. The bride wore a white satin, floor-length gown and her attendant, Miss Marilyn Frank, work old rose. Morton Stevel of Tyrone was best man. Ushers were Herman and Al Ziff, Philipsburg, brothers of the bridegroom. Following a honeymoon in Florida, the couple will reside in Philipsburg where Mr. Ziff is manager of the Ziff Clothing of the Ziff Store, Front Street. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harris of Pittsburgh and the bridegrooms parents are Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ziff of 524 Spruce Street,Philipsburg.

The (Clearfield, PA) Progress
Wednesday, February 18, 1948 
Family F7
 
1757 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73336552)
 
1758 says 24 Feb 1706 athttp://fam.eastmill.com/f785.htm#f46006 Lemieux, Marie (I4585)
 
1759 Scarlet Fever Furton, Julian (I2340)
 
1760 Scarlet Fever Gamache, Napoléon (I73336068)
 
1761 Scarlett Easters Gamache
? April 3, 1963 - October 28, 2011
? Prattville, Alabama Scarlett was born on April 3, 1963 and passed away on Friday, October 28, 2011.
Scarlett was a resident of Prattville, Alabama at the time of her passing.
She is survived by her husband Ron.
Graveside service will be Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. at New Live Oak Cemetery with Rev. Lee Tate officiating and Selma Funeral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made to the Autauga/Prattville Humane Society, P. O. Box 680697, Prattville, AL, 36068.
 
Easters, Scarlett (I13639)
 
1762 School Janitor Miron, James Charles (I903)
 
1763 School Teacher and Administrator Miron, Hubert Charles (I906)
 
1764 Schoolteacher Stern, Dorothy (I76)
 
1765 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3073)
 
1766 Schoolteacher Gamache, Francis (I73336630)
 
1767 schoolteacher -

Teachers who worked at Pennarun School through the years included: Marie Pennarun Gamache (1934-1943, 1948-1949, 1962-1963) 
Pennarun, Marie (I9605)
 
1768 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11897)
 
1769 Seaman Gamache, William Raymond (I18476)
 
1770 second Mayor of Crandolet. He was assassinated 03 Sep 1830 after only two months in office Gamache, Augustin (I73338023)
 
1771 Section 21, Block 11, Grave 849 King, William Robert (I202)
 
1772 Section 7, Block 4, Southwalk, Grave 17 King, James W. (I199)
 
1773 Section A, Grave 203 Archer, Benjamin A. (I9218)
 
1774 see Battle of Young's Point at

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Young%27s_Point 
Bitner, William H. (I19984)
 
1775 Senior bacteriologist with NY State Department of Health Smith, Gertrude E. (I3636)
 
1776 September 21, 2011

Brother Armand L. Gamache, S.C.

BURRILLVILLE- Brother Armand L. Gamache, S.C., (Brother John Damian), 86, of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Provincial House, Pascoag, RI, died September 20, 2011 at Mt. St. Rita Health Centre, Cumberland, RI.
Born in Nashua, NH, he was the son of the late Lionel Gamache and Marie (Gingras) Gamache.
Brother Armand entered the Brothers of the Sacred Heart in 1939 at Granby, Qubec, Canada. He pronounced his first vows in 1942 in Granby, Qubec, and his perpetual vows in 1948 at Mt. St. Charles Academy, Woonsocket, RI. Brother Armand was a professed religious for 69 years, serving in a variety of locations including Andover and Sharon, Massachusetts, Woonsocket, RI, Lewiston, Maine, and Nashua, NH, as a missionary in Lesotho and Zimbabwe, Africa, for 17 years, and in St. Albans, England for 19 years. Brother Armand served as a teacher for 50 years. He also provided auxiliary assistance in schools in data processing and printing. He had been a volunteer at the Steere Farm Elementary School in Burrillville, RI, for the past few years. Brother Armand was also an athlete, playing tennis and golf throughout his life.
Brother Armand was recognized with a Normal School Diploma by the Quebec Education Department, with a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Michaels College, Colchester, Vermont, and with a Master of Education degree from Rivier College in Nashua, NH, as well as qualifications from the University of South Africa.
Brother Armand is survived by his sisters, Pearl Sciuto of Derry, NH, Irene Boucher of Nashua, NH, Pauline Lamb of Hudson, NH, and his brother, Robert, also of Nashua, NH. His brother, Fernand (Fudgy), and sister, Madeleine Gamache, preceded him in death.
The wake will be held at the Provincial House, 685 Steere Farm Road, Pascoag, RI, Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 9:30 a.m., followed by the Mass of Christian Burial in the Chapel of the Provincial House at 11 a.m. Burial will be in the Brothers' Cemetery in Pascoag. In lieu of flowers, donations in Brother Armands memory can be made to the African Mission Fund, Business Office, Brothers of the Sacred Heart, 685 Steere Farm Road, Pascoag, RI 02859. Arrangements are entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home 1496 Victory Hwy. Oakland RI.
Brownfuneralhomes.com 
Gamache, Armand Lionel (I7121)
 
1777 served 1 year in 97th Algonquin Regiment before dying on the battlefield Gamache, William W. (I4321)
 
1778 served as a Navy pilot as a member of the Mad Foxes. They flew P-3s or Sub Spotters off the coast of Florida.  Gamache, Robert Armand (I10051)
 
1779 Served in Army for French and Indian War Crouch, Thomas Frink (I21804)
 
1780 Served in US Army in WWII, Italy King, Louis Phillip (I198)
 
1781 Served in War of 1812 Crouch, Capt. Henry (I21798)
 
1782 Served in War of 1812 Crouch, Private David (I21807)
 
1783 Served in War of 1812 Crouch, Joshua (I21811)
 
1784 Served in War of 1812 Crouch, Caleb (I21812)
 
1785 SETTLEMENT AVERTS KEY TRIAL IN DEATHS TIED TO POLLUTION
By FOX BUTTERFIELD, Special to the New York Times
Published: September 23, 1986


BOSTON, Sept. 22— Eight families, who charged that water pollution by W. R. Grace & Company had resulted in the death from leukemia of five children and an adult, announced a settlement with the company today.

Lawyers for each side refused to disclose the terms of the agreement except to say it was ''substantial.'' The announcement came as the second stage in a complex trial was to begin in Federal District Court here this morning.

The trial had attracted widespread attention because of belief that a jury finding might have set a national precedent holding polluters responsible for the medical consequences of their action.

Members of the eight families from Woburn, an industrial suburb, and a spokesman for Grace differed about the implications of the settlement. ''With the settlement,'' said Anne Zona, whose brother died of leukemia in 1974 at the age of 8, ''they are admitting to what they had done and paying for it.''

''We made it unprofitable for companies to dump,'' said Kathryn Gamache, whose husband, Roland, died of leukemia while the trial was going on. ''They can no longer dump in the backyard and get away with it.'' Strain on Families Cited

But a spokesman for Grace, in a prepared statement, reiterated the company's position that it was not responsible for the chemical contamination of the two wells in Woburn or the leukemia deaths.

''We continue to maintain and are now more convinced than ever that we did not pollute the wells and we were in no way responsible for the tragic events that affected our fellow residents in the Woburn community,'' the statement said. The statement said that Grace had decided to make the settlement only because of the enormous costs of the trial and the ''additional strain on the families.''

At the end of the first stage of the trial last July, attorneys for the two sides estimated it had already cost more than $2 million. The first stage was to determine whether Grace and another concern, Beatrice Foods, had contributed to the contamination.

Beatrice was absolved of wrongdoing by the Federal jury, but Grace was charged with ''substantially'' polluting the wells with two chemicals, trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene, or TCE and PCE, both of them solvents.

The two wells involved were drilled by Woburn in 1964 and taken out of service in 1979 after they were found to be polluted. Near the wells, Grace's Cryovac division makes food-packaging machines where the solvents were used to clean equipment. Grace contended that there were many other sources of contamination and Woburn had been advised in 1958 not to drill the wells in that area because the underground water was already contaminated. Original Verdict Overturned

In the second stage of the trial the jury was to determine whether the chemicals caused the leukemia deaths, along with disorders of the heart and central nervous systems. If the jury had found a link between the chemicals and the diseases, a third trial would have been held to determine damages.

The complex case was further confused this morning when Federal District Judge Walter Jay Skinner ruled in favor of an appeal by Grace and ordered that the first stage be held over again because of trial errors. He said the jury had confused crucial dates about when the pollution occurred. Judge Skinner took the blame, saying questions he had posed to the jury were not ''as clear as I should have made them.''

Michael B. Keating, a lawyer for Grace, said that the judge's ruling was an important factor in reaching the settlement. Jan R. Schlichtman, an attorney for the families, said it was only a ''technical issue.'' 'I'm Glad It's Over'

The families in Woburn, 12 miles north of Boston, filed their suit in 1982, contending that the chemicals caused the leukemia deaths of five children and an adult and were responsible for leukemia in two other children.

''In one way I'm glad it's over with, but I'm sorry they didn't get nailed to the wall,'' said Mrs. Gamache.

Lauren Aufiero, whose 3-year-old son Jarred died of leukemia in 1982, said: ''These children should not have died. But maybe they died for a cause. Maybe now they will spend a little more money on hauling away their waste instead of dumping it.''

Her husband, Richard, said, ''The anger will always be there, but in our opinion there was no other way to go.''

He said part of the money the family had won would be used in an effort to reverse the verdict in the original trial on Beatrice's liability. 
Gamache, Jr., Roland L. (I73335504)
 
1786 SGT US ARMY AIR CORPS King, Sr., Thomas Joseph (I197)
 
1787 SGT US Army World War II Christensen, Martin William (I10585)
 
1788 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F302
 
1789 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73336629)
 
1790 She was born january 1, 1828, Kragero Telemark County, Norway to Gunder Pedersen and Anna Severine Sorensen.
She was never married, and the use of the name Jefferson is not known. She brought her children to the us on the Fridleif, dep Tvedestrand, arr Quebec June 20, 1870.
Her daughter, Hedvig Jeanette Albertine born June 4, 1853, was fathered by a sailor from Stockholm, Johan Anderson. She married Aadne "Otto" Thorsen from Aukland, Rogaland, Norway. She died in 1946 in Evanston, Cook, Illinois.
Anna had 4 children by a local postman, Hans Jorgen Evensen, who was born in 1803 and 26 years her senior. He was from Drammen in Buskerud, Norway. Her children are as listed;
Herman Jorgen Immanuel Eversen was born March 23, 1857. He was called George Jefferson and married Signe Markussen.
Gustav Adolph Edemann Evensen was born May 9, 1862. He was called Edward Jefferson and was married to Minnie Schwartz and Margaret McCabe in Chicago, Illinois.
Amalie Gurine Alette Ellefine Evensen was born May 27, 1866. She was called Alvina in the U.S. and married George Lee.
Augusta Alette Ellevine Evensen was born February 10, 1859. She died young.
Anna died in 1911 and is buried in East Arkdale Cemetery in Arkdale, Adams County, Wisconsin, U.S.A. 
Gundersen, Anna Gurine (I1066)
 
1791 Sheboygan Press, Monday, July 18, 1966

FRANK HORZEN - Frank Horzen, Sr., 86, of 1520 Main Ave., died Sunday evening at St. Nicholas Hospital following a short illness.

A native of Yugoslavia, he was born May 8, 1880, a son of the late Antoine and Mary Horzen. Mr. Horzen lived in Sheboygan since coming to the United States in 1904.

He married the former Jennie Menart at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church on Oct. 27, 1914.

Fr 13 years, he was an employee of the Vollrath Co. He also worked for various local furniture factories prior to his retirement in 1949.

Mr. Horzen was a charter member of the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Church and a member of the church Holy Name Society, and the S.N.P.J.

Besides his widow, he is survived by a son, Frank, Jr. of Sheboygan; three daughters, Miss Alvina Horzen of Racine, Mrs. Byron (Betty Jane) King of Oshkosh and Mrs. Myron (Mary Rose) Ferris of East Africa; 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements are being handles by Nickels Funeral Home. Details will be published in Tuesday's Press. 
Horzen, Frank (I1126)
 
1792 Sherry Marie (Gamache) Adams, 67, went to be with her Savior on May 18, 2014 after a valiant fight with lung disease from exposure to asbestosis. She passed away peacefully in her home and was surrounded by love, faith and family.

She was born on April 10, 1947 in Libby, Montana, the daughter of Peggy June Owen Evans and Leroy Louis Gamache. Sherry was raised by her mother Peggy and great-grandmother Emma Evans.

She was united in marriage to Duane Leon Anderson on August 5, 1963 in Bonners Ferry, ID and they made their home in Libby. They were blessed with two beautiful children, Leon Earl Anderson, born in 1964 and Amber Lynne Anderson, born in 1968. Her loving husband Duane passed away on June 17, 1987 in Seattle, Washington.

In the spring of 1989 Sherry decided to begin a new chapter in her book of life and moved to Sedro-Woolley, WA where most of her siblings resided. There she met Daniel Adams and the two were joined in heart and marriage on November 29, 1992.

Dan and Sherry spent 22 years living life to the fullest doing all their favorite things. Sherry loved making a home for Dan and herself. She had a passion for life, cooking, gardening, being Dan's biker babe on the back of his Harley, black powder shooting at rendezvous, going to the gym, camping, beading, crocheting, having a glass of wine with friends and always in her heart and on her mind was love for her family.

Sherry was the family historian. We are thankful for her interest and the ancestry trail she created. She carried the blood of the Cherokee Nation with a bit of the Hatfield persuasion. She was very proud of both.

She is survived by her husband, Daniel of the family home in Burlington, WA; son, Leon Anderson of Post Falls, ID; 2 daughters, Amber Benefield and her partner Gary Good of Libby, MT and Janel Adams Woiwod and her husband Eric of Sedro-Woolley, WA; 9 grandchildren, Duane Michel Benefield of Libby, MT, Christina Marie Benefield of Moscow, ID, Byron Fisher Benefield of Bozeman, MT, Ashley Kay Barr and Amanda Rose Anderson of Rathdrum, ID, McKayla Breanne Anderson and Katrina Logan Anderson of Post Falls, ID and Gracie Rose and Allie Woiwod of Sedro-Woolley, WA; 2 great-grandchildren, Trinity Rose Christiansen of Rathdrum, ID and Leonidus Turner Millar of Post Falls, ID; 2 brothers, Robert Mitchell and his wife Dee of Concrete, WA and Butch Allum of Sedro-Woolley, WA; 3 sisters, Wonona Kaaland and her husband Don of Sedro-Woolley, WA, Tina Mitchell-Chapel and partner Vern Montgomery of Eureka, MT and Linda Allum-Cushen of Sedro-Woolley, WA; step-dad, Theodore Allum, Sr. of Sedro-Woolley, WA; second parents, Shorty and Ethel Adams of Lyman, WA; one cousin, Darrell Katarzy and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Duane Leon Anderson; mother, Peggy June Allum; father Leroy Louis Gamache; aunt & uncle, Betty Jean & Otto Katarzy; granddaughter, Aubrey Rose Woiwod, cousin, Michael Katarzy and little brother and best friend, Wayne Douglas Mitchell.

The family wishes to express a thank you to the loving caregivers of Hospice of the Northwest, Jesse we couldn't have made it without you and especially to her sister Tina who left her family in Montana to care for her sister. Tina, we all love you.

Memorials are suggested to Hospice of the Northwest, 227 Freeway Dr., Suite A, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 or to Shriners Hospital for Children, 911 W. 5th Ave., Spokane, WA 99204, where Sherry spent a year of her childhood.

At Sherry's request no service will be held. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Lemley Chapel, Sedro-Woolley. Share memories of Sherry and sign the online guest register at www.lemleychapel.com.

To you who knew and loved her; "We all have wounds, but you can't let that be an excuse to sit on the sidelines. Sometimes in life you have to PLAY IN PAIN".
Published in Skagit Valley Herald Publishing Company on May 21, 2014
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Gamache, Sherry Marie (I8046)
 
1793 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307)
 
1794 Silver Star & 2 Bronze stars with oak leaf clusters - earned all in Anzio Italy invasion King, Louis Phillip (I198)
 
1795 Sister Claude Elaine, CSJ Gamache, Sister Eileen Theresa CSJ (I10056)
 
1796 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3779)
 
1797 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7268)
 
1798 Sister Rolande Gamache, 93, of Valley City, ND, died on April 7, 2009, at Maryvale Convent in Valley City.
Sister Rolande was born on December 29, 1915, in Olga, ND, to Arthur and Hermedianne (Beauchamp) Gamache. She attended grade school in Olga. She professed her vows as a Sister of Mary of the Presentation on February 9, 1935, in Broons, France. She left the community in 1968 and reentered the community in 1997. She professed her vows again on March 6, 1999. Most of her years in Religious Community were spent as a cook for the Sisters, namely at Oakwood, Valley City, Willow City, Oakes, Bottineau, Rolla and Spring Valley, IL. She also worked as a cook at the hospital in Harvey. She retired at Maryvale in 1999.
Sister Rolande is survived by her Religious Community, the Sisters of the Presentation; three brothers: Isadore of Grand Forks, Leonard of Spokane, WA, and Edward (Pat) of Maple Lake, MN; two sisters: Helen Davidson and Marilyn Carl, both of Grand Forks; and many nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers: Remro, Ronald, Jackie and Wayne; sisters: Dorothy, Aurice, Theresa and Irene.
The Funeral Mass for Sister Rolande is tentatively scheduled for 10:30 a.m., Friday, April 24, 2009, in Maryvale Convent Chapel.
Visitation will be from 4:00-7:00 p.m., Thursday, April 23, 2009, with a Prayer Service at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel.
Lerud-Johnson-Schuldt Funeral Home, Valley City, is in charge of arrangements.
 
Gamache, Sister Rollande (I73338933)
 
1799 Sister Ste-Mechthilde-du Saint-Sacrement (Blanche Gamache),Sisters of Charity Gamache, Sister Marie Blanche (I73333741)
 
1800 Sisters of Charity, Cincinnati, Ohio King, Sister Jean Pierre Beatrice Vivien (I193)
 

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