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5051 Pleasant View Cemetery Martin, William Oliver (I29696)
5052 Pleasant View Cemetery Martin, Jenny Eliza Pearl (I29712)
5053 Pleasant View Cemetery Bowker, Jesse (I30061)
5054 Pneumonia Deming, Sylvester (I31929)
5055 Pneumonia Glenn, Baby (I32003)
5056 Pocasset Cemetery Lawton, Abel II (I31679)
5057 Pocasset Cemetery Miner, Abby Ann (I31680)
5058 Pocasset Cemetery Lawton, Fred Emerson (I31683)
5059 Ponemah Cemetery Carrier, Samuel (I22750)
5060 Ponemah Cemetery Hyde, Abigail (I23559)
5061 POOLE, Kingsley Gower - (WW II Veteran RCAF) Peacefully at the Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, on Friday, October 16, 2009, in his 85th year. Dearly beloved husband of Doreen for 62 years. Cherished father of Valerie (Mark) Foris, Carolyn (Ken) Rust and Daryl Poole. Much loved grandfather of Michael, Jamie, Alexandra and Kingsley. Predeceased by his brother Earle and survived by his brother Lawrence. He joined Pitney Bowes in 1955. With an outstanding talent for leadership, he rose to the position of President of Pitney Bowes of Canada. His positive attitude, wit and humour endeared him to many and he will be sadly missed. The family would like to thank the many doctors, nurses and support care workers for their excellent care. Friends may call at the Turner and Porter Butler Chapel, 4933 Dundas St. W., Etobicoke (between Islington and Kipling Aves.), on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Clement Roman Catholic Church, 409 Markland Drive, Etobicoke, on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 11 o'clock. Cremation. If desired, donations to Canadian Food for Children would be appreciated by the family. Poole, Kingsley Gower (I4517)
5062 POOLE, Lawrence Gower - It is with heavy hearts that the family of Lawrence Gower Poole announce the passing of this wonderful father, grandfather, great grandfather and uncle. Lawrence passed away peacefully at the Northumberland Hills Hospital on June 12th, 2013 in his 90th year. Lorne was predeceased by his wife Genevieve, his brothers King (Doreen) and Earl (Fern). He is survived by his children Larry (Susan), Janet (Chuck), Joan (John), Don (Judie), Karen and Rita. Grandfather of Tasha (Ahren), Ashli, Joshua (Kaitlin), John, Michelle, Lance (Shannon), Sean, Kyle and Shevaun. Great grandfather of Logan and Kasen. Lorne was a very loving and generous man who was well known for his humour and quick wit. Lorne was retired from many years of service with Black and MacDonald and was a member of the 25 year club. Lorne has provided years of entertainment with his poems for many occasions. He was an unofficial member of the Eddystone Baptist congregation. He was a member of St. Mary's Parish in Grafton and was on the building committee there. He was a WWII veteran, past Grand Knight of the Scarborough Knights of Columbus, current member of the Knights of Columbus in Cobourg, Sir Knight of the James Tracey Assembly, Cobourg, he was on the board of directors for the Community Living and a current member of the electrical union. Lorne was always volunteering his time and energy toward a number of good causes. He was a gentle giant who loved nothing more than time spent with his family. Friends and family may visit at the MacCOUBREY FUNERAL HOME, 30 King St. E., Cobourg on Friday, June 14th from 2 - 5 and 7 - 9 p.m. Prayers will be said at 2:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be said at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, Grafton on Saturday, June 15th at 11 a.m. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery, Grafton. Donations in memory of Lorne can be made to Community Living Durham North or Community Living West Northumberland. Poole, Lawrence Gower (I4516)
5063 Poor Law Union Records. Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre, Chatham, Kent, England. Source (S1103)
5064 Porchester Crematorium Tebbett, Lavinia Frances (I33624)
5065 Portrait and Biographical Album of Washtenaw, Michigan, USA, Published 1891. Copy in Family Binder
Orrin T. Hoover. The able and talented editor and Proprietor of the sheet known as the Chelsea Standard took the position which he now holds in June, 1891, at which time he purchased the organ. It is a journal published in the interests of all classes of people in the vicinity, catering to the agricultural class which supports Chelsea so largely, as much as to the manufacturing and professional men of the town proper. Its local news are full and yet concise, and its editor disdains to drag into its columns the belittling scandal with which the pages of so many of our journals are made too spicy.

Mr. Hover is a native of Grass Lake, Jackson, this State. He was born January 5, 1869, and is a son of John G. and Elizabeth A. (Tichenor) Hoover natives of New York, USA and Michigan, USA respectively. Our subject's Father was educated in the first-named State, and was brought West by his parents, who settled in Macomb. They were John and Fanny (Gurnsey) Hover, natives of New York, USA. Our subject's grandsire was here engaged in farming, and here also spent the remainder of his life, his decease taking place in 1886.
John G. Hoover was reared a Farmer and remained at home until he was twenty-one years of age, when he engaged in the carpenter's work and became a builder and contractor. He now resides at Chelsea and was married in Grass Lake, Jackson. He came to Chelsea in 1879, and still carries on this trade at this place. Our subject is one of tree children born to his parents, they being Orrin T., Nettie E. and Fanny H.

He of whom we write received the rudiments of his education at Grass Lake and Finished at Chelsea in 1884. He her learned the printer's trade, and was thus engaged at this work for four years. Thence he went to Jackson and worked at his trade for one year, when he went to Saline, here he had charge of an office, and there remained for one year. At the expiration of that time he removed to Detroit and made that his home until 1891, when the opportunity was offered for the purchase of the paper of which he is now Proprietor, and believing it to be good opening for an energetic and enterprising young man, he at once became its owner. The sheet was independent in politics and he aims to make its tone as high as possible. At the present time it has a circulation of six hundred and is meeting with as great a degree of success as so recently established an organ can expect. He is ambitious for his paper, and doubtless it will accomplish much good in the community wherein it has been established.

Mr. Hoover was married March 18, 1891, to Miss Mary B. Goodyear, the daughter of Seymour and Jennie (Purchase) Goodyear, Natives of New York, USA and Michigan, USA respectively, but now residents of Chelsea. He of whom we write is a Republican and belongs to the fresh young blood that has been infused into that party. He is an ardent believer in the future of his party and is willing to work for it accordingly. He is a member of the Typographical Union and seeks to keep abreast with the advancement of the times in whatever pertains to his profession as well as to the news of the day. Mr. Hoover is a young man who, in the parlance of the present day, might appropriately be called a "hustler, " and one who is bound to become better known as the years pass by. 
Hoover, Orrin T. (I26347)
5066 Post Cemetery Post, Charles F. (I22877)
5067 Post Cemetery Post, Nancy (I34134)
5068 Post Cemetery Post, Charles Fitch (I34135)
5069 Post Cemetery Post, Frederick F (I34136)
5070 Post, Charles, Esq. at his re. Town Meredith on Sun. morn. 24 inst., age 76 yrs., Native New Haven, Conn. came with parents to town Meredith 1800, res. in town ever since except for few yrs town Delhi. Held responsible couny and town offices. Post, Charles F. (I22877)
5071 Potter Brook Cemetery Metcalf, Jedidah (I20941)
5072 Potter Brook Cemetery Lacey, Jedida (I20951)
5073 Potter Brook Cemetery Hurlburt, Alvina (I34383)
5074 PRATT - Of pneumonia, on Friday, March 11, W. T. Pratt. Funeral services for relatives and immediate family friends at his late residence, 287 Quincy-st., Brooklyn, Monday, March 14, at 4 p. m. Public Masonic services at the Aurora Grata Cathedral, Bedford-ave. and Madison-st., at 8 p. m. Pratt, William Tudor (I24386)
5075 Premature Birth, lived 3 Hours Trivett, Bertie (I27377)
5076 Presidential First Lady. She was born in Chillicothe, Ohio and with the death of her father at age two, her mother moved the family to Delaware, Ohio. Lucy Web enrolled at Ohio Wesleyan and then transferred to Wesleyan Female College outside of Cincinnati graduating with honors and a college degree. Lucy first met the future President Rutherford B. Hayes when she was fourteen. Her mother became a matchmaker constantly bring them together. They engaged in a courtship during her schooling in Cincinnati, became engaged and were married in her mother's parlor. After the Civil War started, Rutherford became the commander of the 23rd Ohio Regiment. Lucy stayed with her husband while encamped with the Regiment earning her the nickname, "Mother of the Regiment." Hayes became the Ohio Governor. They inherited the Fremont, Ohio mansion "Spiegel Grove" and made it their home. In a close election, Rutherford B. Hayes became the chief executive of the land. Lucy was a member of the National Women's Temperance League and had alcohol banned from the White House earning her another nickname, "Lemonade Lucy." Other changes: cancellation of the inaugural ball, a no smoking policy and White House worship services twice a week. In honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, Lucy and Rutherford renewed their vows at a White House ceremony with their eight children in attendance. The press referred to her as "First Lady" a title now associated with each wife of a president while in office. Upon the ending of their Presidential term, they returned to Fremont and enjoyed eight years together. Lucy Hayes remained in the background working with the Methodist Missionary Society and made speeches on their behalf. Two years before the death of her husband, she was stricken by a stroke which took her life at the age of fifty Seven. She was interred in the Fremont City Cemetery as was her husband. Many years later they were transferred to the grounds of "Spiegel Grove" which today is the library of President Rutherford Hayes and a popular tourist destination Webb, First Lady of the United States Lucy Ware (I33836)
5077 Prince George Municipal Cemetery Keeler, Lawrence Wesley (I13014)
5078 Prince George Municipal Cemetery Keeler, Hazel Victoria (I13021)
5079 Prince George Municipal Cemetery Keeler, Stanley Gordon (I13023)
5080 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Robert Barkley (I185)
5081 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Murray E. (I205)
5082 Princeton Cemetery Lester, Eliza Jane (I1220)
5083 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Elam II (I1250)
5084 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Elam Eaton I (I1251)
5085 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Nettie Ellen (I1255)
5086 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Joseph R. (I5820)
5087 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Earl (I5821)
5088 Princeton Cemetery Hyde, Zerviah (I5822)
5089 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Samuel (I6006)
5090 Princeton Cemetery Greene, Silence (I6007)
5091 Princeton Cemetery Martin, Walter Hyde (I6008)
5092 Princeton Cemetery Dakin, Ann Elizabeth (I6009)
5093 Princeton Cemetery Tew, Marie (I6017)
5094 Princeton Cemetery Lester, Murray B. (I6018)
5095 Princeton Cemetery Dean, Ruth (I6019)
5096 Princeton Cemetery Thorn, Mariah (I6020)
5097 Princeton Cemetery Smiley, John (I6021)
5098 Princeton Cemetery Doyle, Mary (I6423)
5099 Princeton Cemetery Smiley, Bessie Lynd (I6434)
5100 Princeton Cemetery Smiley, Bessie Lynd (I6434)

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