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Broke Gaol (jail) in Worcester, on the night of the 27th inst.
James Inman, under sentence of Court for Horse Stealing--about twenty years of
age--and about 5 feet 7 inches high, light complexion; wore away a blue short
coat and brown overhalls, supposed to belong to Smithfield or Gloucester.--A
Reward of 10 Dollars, and all necessary charges will be paid, for apprehending
and returning him to said Gaol. ... .
Nathan Heard, Gaoler.
Worcester Gaol, March 28, 1803.
The National Aegis 3-30-1803
Deaths. . . .
In Orono, Me., Henry Inman: in felling a large tree, it came in contact with a decayed tree, which broke, and in the rebound struck and buried him in the snow, causing his instant death.
Farmer's Gazette 3-6-1835
Nov. 15, 1881 - Machias Union (Washington Co., Maine)
To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York City.
SEPTEMBER 28, 1871
Sullivan, Sept. 21, by W. B. McCrate, Esq., CHARLES MARTIN and AMELIA INMAN, both of Sullivan.
MARCH 29, 1877
Sullivan, Mar. 24, by Cyrus Emery, Esq., Mr. JOHN L. PARTRIDGE of Orland and Miss LIZZIE A. INMAN of Sullivan.
Sullivan, Aug. 25, by Rev. J. Johnson, Mr. CHARLES H. INMAN of Sullivan and Miss LILLAR A. CARTER of Bluehill.
MARCH 6, 1884
Franklin, Feb. 21, by Rev. J. H. Bennett, Mr. B. F. HASKELL and Mrs. AMANDA INMAN, both of Franklin.
OCTOBER 14, 1886
Sullivan, Oct. 7, by F. A. Noyes, Esq., Mr. ELIJAH PARTRIDGE and Miss LOTTIE M. INMAN, both of Sullivan.
MAY 10, 1888
Franklin, May 6, by Rev. J. R. Bowler, Mr. GEORGE P. CLINE of Hancock and Miss JULIA INMAN of Franklin.
AUGUST 7, 1890
Ellsworth Falls, July 31, Mrs. ABBIE, wife of Stephen G. INMAN, age 62 years.
OCTOBER 15, 1891
Ellsworth, Sep. 21, EVA, only daughter of Stephen G. and Henrietta INMAN, age 2 years, 7 months.
From a Maine newspaper of 1906 we find that the Roberts family held a reunion at Silvers Mills in Dexter, Maine, August 23, 1906, when the following persons were present: Willis and Maybelle Haines, C. D. Roberts and daughter, Marguerite, Mrs. A. H. Fassett and son, Dennis Mr. and Airs. 0. 0. Roberts and son, Winfield, O. J. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mower and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bridge, Jr., Mrs. Prudie Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dinsmore and son, Paul, and Ralph Bailey of Dexter, Mrs. C. A. Bryant, N. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Ames Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carle and family, Elton Carle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bearce and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Richards, Myron Edgerly, Mrs. Susit Edgerly and Son, Harold, Willie and Earle Roberts and Mrs. Lois J. Hutchinson of Sangerville; Mr. and Mrs. John Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ames, Mr. H. A. Carle and family and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hagen and family of Dover; Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Inman and family of Corinna; Rev. A. P. Andrews, and Harry Thurston of Garland; Mrs. Amanda Cole of Guilford; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stacey and son, Percy, of Blanchard; Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Roberts of Abbot; Miss Edna Packard of Greenville; Fred P. Roberts, Shirley; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vincent, Boston, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Leathers of Charleston. Walter B. Gould and wife, Mertie; Stephen L. Averill. and wife, Eva; John W. Gould; Charles B. Gould and wife, Etta; Arthur R. Gould and wife, May; Rena A. Bartlett. The day was greatly enjoyed. The following Tuesday the family visited the old homestead at East Corinth.
Otis O. Roberts
The passing of Otis O. Roberts, Civil War veteran and holder of the Congressional Medal of Honor on Saturday morning, after an illness of three days with heart trouble, was a shock to his many friends, as he had been in his usual health up until Wednesday when he was stricken.
Mr. Roberts was born in Sangervillle March 20, 1842, the son of Amos and Christina Ryerson Roberts, and was one of 13 children of which he is the last. He learned the cobbler trade and was working at it in Sangerville in 1861 when Fort Sumpter was fired upon and war declared. He came immediately to Dexter and was the first man to enlist in this town. He went to Bangor with about 30 young men and after some training he joined Corinth Company, 6th Maine infantry Volunteers. He went south and joined his company with the army of the Potomac. He was cited for conspicuous gallantry at Rappahannock Station when single handed in a hand to hand combat he captured the Confederate flag. He was allowed to take the flag to army headquarters and his company acted as his escort. Later with General Russell he took the flag to Washington and presented it to the secretary of war. He was made sergeant following this. He returned from his trip to Washington and went into the battle of the Wilderness, it was at the battle of Cedar Creek where he received injuries that caused the amputation of his left foot. He was honorably discharged on November 14, 1861 and on November 17, 1861 he was made second Lieut. of Company A. First Maine Veterans.
He was a member of the Grand Army Republic, Plymouth Lodge, I. O. O. F., of this town. Although not a member of the Universalist church,
he was affiliated with it.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Louisa H., he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Arthur Inman of this town, Mrs. Duane Mower, of Newport and Mrs.
Fred S. Hill of Harmony, and by two sons, Otis J. and Winfield T. Roberts, both of Dexter, one step son, Winfield S. Twombly, also of Dexter, and by
several grandchildren and great grandchildren. The family have the sympathy of many friends in their loss.
Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home on Grove street, Rev. W. J. Metz of the First Universalist church officiating. Officers of Plymouth lodge, I. O. O. F. conducted their services also.
The bearers were six grandsons, Hazen, Kenneth and Meredith Hager of Portland, Stanley Inman of South Sangerville, Harvey Inman and Donald Mower of Dexter.
The Eastern Gazette 2-13-1930, p.1
Mrs. Louise Roberts
Mrs. Louise Roberts, widow of the late O. O. Roberts, died this morning at 3 o'clock at the home of her son, O. J. Roberts on the Dover road after an illness of five years.
Mrs. Roberts was born in Orono February 19, 1853 the daughter of Leonard and Sarah Hussey. She was married to Otis O. Roberts May 27, 1876 and has lived in Dexter most of the time since. Mr. Roberts died eight years ago. She was a member of the First Universalist church, Martha Washington Rebekah lodge and Woman’s Relief Corps.
Surviving are a son, O. J. Roberts, and two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Inman and Mrs. Duane Mower all of Dexter; a daughter, Mrs. Eula Hill of Harmony; a son, W. T. Roberts of Dover-Foxcroft; and a brother, Seth W. Hussey of Keene, N. H. She also leaves fifteen grandchildren, twenty great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of O. J. Roberts with the Rev. H. H. Hayes of Milo officiating. Interment will be at Mt. Pleasant cemetery.
Mrs. Roberts was a woman of very pleasing personality and was much loved by her many friends who extend sincerest sympathy to her family in their bereavement. She received most loving and tender care during her many years of illness by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alice Roberts.
The Eastern Gazette 9-8-1938, p.4
Clifton H. Jones
Clifton H. Jones, died Dec. 2 after a six-weeks' illness. Born in Garland, son of Henry and Elizabeth Hersey, he was adopted by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, when very young, He had lived in Silver's Mills for the past 21 years. He was a member of the South Sangerville grange.
Surviving him are his wife, Nettie; two sons, Pearl and George of Dexter; a grandson, Carroll; a half-brother, Harold Cousins of Dexter; and a sister, Mrs. Alice Inman of Sangerville.
Funeral services were held at his Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Gilman of the Methodist church officiating. The bearers were Charles and John, Chandler, Irving Leighton, Carroll and Edwin Starbird and Hillman. Interment will be in Mount Pleasant cemetery, Dexter.
The Eastern Gazette 12-06-1945, p.5
Hold Funeral Services For Arthur E. Inman
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Free Baptist Church for Arthur E. Inman, 80, who died Sunday morning at his home on the Dover road after a short illness, The Rev. Donald Macomber officiated. Bearers were: Harold Cousins, Nathan Pease, Earle Ellms and Ervin Leighton, all of Dexter. The remains were entombed and burial will take place this spring at Mt. Pleasant cemetery.
Mr. Inman was born in Garland (ME), Feb. 11, 1872, son of Ira and Martha (Young) Inman. Most of his life had been spent in Dexter, where he was engaged in market gardening and bee raising. April 23, 1900 he married Kate Roberts, who survives. A member of the First Free Baptist Church, he was also formerly active in the Grange.
Besides his wife, Kate, he is survived by three sons, Stanley of Sangerville, Harvey of Calais and Theodore of Dexter; three grandchildren, Rebecca, student at Providence Bible Institute, R. I., Virginia and Theodore, Jr., of Dexter; one sister, Mrs. Thurza Whiting of Detroit.
The Inmans celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary April 23, 1950. Mr. Inman was a carpenter and in the past has worked at Mt. Pleasant cemetery. A lover of flowers, both he and his wife spent many pleasant hours in their garden, which was a joy to the neighbors and those passing the Inman home on the Dover road.
The Eastern Gazette 1-29-1953, p.2 (DOD 1/25/1953)
MRS. CHESTER L. H. HUSSEY
Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Smart Funeral home in Skowhegan for Mrs. Eula R. Hussey, 77, wife of Chester L. H. Hussey, who died Monday at a Skowhegan hospital after a brief illness.
The Rev. John H. Pressey, pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church officiated. Interment was in the Bassett cemetery, Dover-Foxcroft.
Mrs. Hussey was born in Dexter, Nov. 17, 1879, daughter of Otis O. and Achsa Hussey Roberts. In 1938 she married Mr. Hussey and for four years they made their home at East Madison. She was a Golden Sheaf member of Cambridge Grange and a member of the Maine Gladioli Society.
Surviving besides her husband are four sons by a previous marriage, Hazen 0. Hager, Portland, Kenneth R. Hager and Meredith Hager, Detroit, John H. Hager, Corinna; two daughters, Mrs. Eula Strout, Dover-Foxcroft and Mrs. Elizabeth Hilton, Harmony; two brothers, Otis J. Roberts, Dexter, and Winfield T. Roberts, Belfast; two sisters, Mrs. Kate E. Inman and Mrs. Jessie L. Mower, both of Dexter; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The Eastern Gazette 12-6-1956, p.2
MRS. JESSIE MOWER
Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie Mower, 75, widow of Duane Mower, were held this afternoon, Thursday, at the Crosby Funeral Home in Dexter. Mrs. Mower died Monday evening at the Cushman Nursing Home after a long illness. The Rev. Walter B. Wakeman of the First Baptist Church officiated. Interment was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter.
Bearers were four nephews: Otis J. Roberts, Jr., Omar W. Roberts, Otis J. Roberts, 3rd., of Dexter and Harvey Inman of Calais.
She was born in Dexter, Nov. 9, 1884, the daughter of Otis 0. Roberts and A. Louise (Hussey) Roberts. A life-long resident of this town, she was graduated from Dexter High School in 1904; was a past noble grand of Martha Washington Rebekah Lodge; and a former member of North Dexter Grange.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Althea Gould of Dexter; a son, Donald Mower, Waterbury, Conn., a granddaughter of Waterbury and a grandson of Portland, Ore.; a sister, Mrs. Kate Inman, Dexter; two brothers, Otis J. Roberts, Sr., Dexter, and Winfield T. Roberts, Belmont Corner, several nieces and nephews.
The Eastern Gazette 6-23-1960, p.2
MRS. ARTHUR E. INMAN
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist Church for Mrs. Kate Inman, 83, widow of Arthur E. Inman, who died Sunday at the Plummer Hospital after a period of failing health. Due to fire damage the service could not be held in the deceased's home church The Rev. Warren
Harmon, pastor of the Free Baptist Church officiated. Bearers were Garfield Wilcox, Harold Cousins, Lewis Cleveland and Harry Merrill. Burial was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter. Mrs. Inman was born at Corinna, April 24, 1877, daughter of Otis O. and Louise (Hussey) Roberts. Most of her life was spent at Dexter. She was a member of the First Free Baptist Church of Dexter, and a former member of Dexter Grange and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. She is survived by three sons, Stanley of Sangerville, Harvey of Calais and Theodore, Sr., of Dexter; two brothers, Otis J. Roberts, Sr., of Dexter and Winfield Roberts of Belmont Corner; three grandchildren, five great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
The Eastern Gazette 9-15-1960, p.2 (DOD 09-11-1960)
HARVEY A. INMAN
Harvey Arthur Inman, 58 a native of Dexter who had been a resident of Calais for 24 years, died Sunday, May 19,at Togus Veterans' Hospital. Funeral services were held this afternoon, Thursday, at the Crosby Funeral Home at Dexter with the Rev. Warren F. Harmon, pastor of the Free Baptist Church, officiating. It was planned to have a military service also. Bearers were Doran L. Nuite, Charles A. Starbird, Otis J. Rcberts, Jr., and Omar W. Roberts, all of Dexter. Interment was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter.
He was born here April 18, 1905, son of Arthur and Katherine (Roberts) Inman. A veteran with four years of service in the Armed Forces in Germany and Africa, he was a member of the American Legion and V. F. W. Posts of Calais.
Mr. Inman was serving his second term as city a councilman at Calais.
Survivors are two brothers Theodore Inman, Sr., of Dexter and Stanley Inman of South Sangerville; two nieces and a nephew.
The Eastern Gazette 5-23-1963, p.4 (DOD 05-19-1963)
THEODORE INMAN III
Theodore Inman III, 14, of Dexter died suddenly July 15 at Medford. He was born the son of Theodore and Lois (Brann) Inman.
He attended the Free Baptist Church, Dexter. He is survived by a sister, Cherilyn; one brother Thayne; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Annie Brann of Dexter; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Inman of Dexter.
Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Crosby Funeral Home.
The Eastern Gazette 7-18-1974, p.5 (DOD 07-15-1974)
THEODORE R. INMAN SR.
DEXTER - Theodore R. Inman Sr., 72, died October 28, 1982. He was born in Sangerville August 16, 1910, the son of Arthur and Kate (Roberts) Inman. He accepted the Lord as his Savior August 14, 1974, and soon joined the First Free Baptist Church where he served faithfully as an usher. Before he retired he worked for the Fay and Scott Machine Shop for 33 years. He served for a time in the Maine National Guard. He was a charter member of the Dexter Fish and Game Association. Besides his wife, Ruth (Libby) Inman, he is survived by one son, Ted Inman, both of Dexter; two daughters, Miss Virginia Inman of Dexter and Mrs. Rebecca Hight of Marion, Ohio; one brother, Stanley P. Inman of Dexter; eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday at the First Free Baptist Church with the Rev. Warren Johnson officiating. Friends called at the Crosby Funeral Home, Friday and Saturday. Interment was at Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
Friends wishing to make memorial contributions may leave donations at the church office for the building fund.
The Eastern Gazette 11-3-1982, p.10
DEXTER - Alice Inman, 82, wife of the late Stanley Inman, died May 22, 1985, at a local nursing home. She was born Dec. 4, 1902, in Garland, the daughter of Moses and Stella (Berry) Hersey. She was a past member of the South Sangerville Grange and had held several offices in that order. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Thursday at Crosby Funeral Home, Dexter, with the Rev, Warren Johnson of First Free Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter.
The Eastern Gazette 5-29-1985, p.11
LINWOOD E BRANN
DEXTER and CINCINNATI, OHIO - Linwood E. Brann, 66, died July 7, 1987, at a Dover-Foxcroft hospital. He was born May 29, 1921 in Dexter the son of Rueben H. and Ola (Hewett) Brann. He was a veteran of World War II. He was employed as a purchasing agent at a machine shop in Cincinnati. He is survived by his wife, Martha Pitts Brann, of Cincinnatti, Ohio; three sons, Michael of Cincinnati, Paul of Perth, Austrailia, and Terry of Auckland, New Zealand; one daughter, Rochelle Kieffer of Milan, Indiana; his mother, Mrs. Ola Pearl of Dexter; his stepfather, George A. Pearl of Dexter; his stepmother, Annie Brann of Dexter; three sisters, Madeline Thurlow of Edinburg, Maine, Norma Thurlow of Ridgefield, Washington, and Lois Inman of Dexter; and 10 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Crosby Funeral Home in Dexter on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held in Ohio at a later date.
The Eastern Gazette 07-07-1987
INMAN, Hilda Marie, 66
GREENVILLE - Hilda Marie Inman, 66, wife of Carlton P. Inman, died Aug. 26, 1999, at a local hospital. She was born May 18, 1933, in Greenville, the daughter of Emmett and Louise (Moran) Owens. Marie had worked as a hostess at Kelley's Landing for many years. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Carlton of Greenville; her mother, Louise Owens of Greenville; four children, Penny Legere of Greenville, Pamela Keene of Greenville, Patti Goulet of Boothbay Harbor, Jeffrey Inman of Greenville; three brothers, Frederick Owens and William Owens, both of Greenville, James Owens of Huntsville, Ala.; seven grandchildren, David Inman, Summer Keene, Alex and Liza Rockwell, Saunders Moore, Sierra and Naomi Inman; a great-granddaughter, Lea Dewey.
Graveside memorial services will be conducted 11
a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 31, 1999, at the family lot in Greenville Cemetery, with Pastor Jan Rhenow
officiating. Arrangements are in the care of the Lary Funeral Home, Dover-Foxcroft.
Source: Bangor Daily-News, August 27, 1999
RUTH E. INMAN
DEXTER - Ruth E. Inman, 92, died September 28, 2002 at a Pittsfield health care facility. She was born January 27, 1910 at Corinna a daughter of Forest and Addie (Dearborn) Libby. She graduated from Corinna Union Academy and attended Farmington State Teacher's College. Ruth was a believer for over 50 years, and a member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, and the First Free Baptist Church, where she taught Sunday School for many years. She was predeceased by her husband, Theodore R. Inman, Sr. in 1982 and a grandson, Theodore R. Inman III in 1974; as well as 12 brothers and sisters. She is survived by a son, Theodore R. Inman, Jr. and his wife Lois (Brann) of Dexter; 2 daughters, Virginia Inman of Green Cove Springs, FL and Rebecca Height of Penney Farms, Florida; a sister-in-law, Betty Libby of Millinocket; 8 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. Friends may call 6-8 P.M. Tuesday at Crosby & Neal Funeral Home, 61 Main Street, Dexter. Funeral Services will be held 1 P.M. Wednesday, October 2nd, at the First Free Baptist Church with the Rev. Will Waters officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Dexter. Memorial donations to HealthReach Hospice, 212 Main Street, Waterville, ME 04901.
The Eastern Gazette 10-5/10-11-2002, p.9
Gloria Inman d. 2003
GLORIA A. INMAN
Millinocket - Gloria Ann Inman, 72, died at a local hospital Wednesday, October 29, 2003. She was born in Millinocket on December 10, 1930 the daughter of Herman and Arline (Harriman) Russell. Gloria was a lifelong resident of Millinocket and a professional homemaker. She was a wonderful cook and enjoyed knitting and crocheting. She was a loving mother and grandmother and a devoted wife to her husband of nearly 55 years, Donald. Gloria was very committed to her Baptist faith and was active with her Bible Study Group. She is survived by her husband, Donald F. Inman, Sr. of Millinocket; five children; Sally Vincent of Plainville, Massachusetts, Donald F. Inman, Jr. of Millinocket, Tanya Messier of Rehoboth, Massachusetts, Kimberly Wilkins of Old Town, and Timothy Inman of Portland; 11 grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; her siblings, Leonard `Buff` Russell, Sr. of Millinocket, Meldora `Dolly` Ronco of Belleview, Florida, Marjorie Mitchell of Mansfield, Massachusetts, Ina Pinette of Mansfield, Massachusetts, and Mary Stanton of Attleboro; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by three sisters, Frances Curtis, Geraldine White, Pamela St. George. Friends may call at R. L. Bouchard Funeral Home, 11 Tamarack St., Millinocket from 6-9 PM Friday, October 31. Funeral services will be held 1:00 PM Saturday, November 1, 2003, at the funeral home, with The Rev. Jerry Conover officiating. Burial will be in Millinocket Cemetery. If friends wish, contributions in memory of Gloria may be made to the Katahdin Area Support Group, 10 Field St., Millinocket 04462
Bangor Daily News (Nov/1/2003)
WATERVILLE and VEAZIE - Florence M. Inman, 70, died Nov. 17, 2003, at a Waterville hospital. She was born in Princeton, March 23, 1933, the daughter of Neil and Cordelia (Norton) McCannell. Florence and her husband, Charles left Maine in 1954. Her husband's work as an engineer for Texaco Oil and Transco Oil Companies took them all over the U.S. from New Jersey to Texas in the 1960s and 70s to California in the 1980s. They retired in 1991 and returned to Maine, settling in Waterville. She is survived by one son, Michael Inman of Waterville; three daughters, Laurie Lee and her husband, Steve of Colorado, Karen Inman and her partner, Tracy Schumacher of California, Ruth Lachapelle and her husband, Donald, of Waterville; one sister, Ruth McCannell of Grand Lake Stream; three brothers, Dea McCannell and his wife, Dot of Lewiston, Jackie McCannell of Calais and Edgar McCannell of Virginia; four grandchildren, Stephanie, Katherine, Kiel, and Gavin. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles Inman; brothers, Oscar, Bill, Norton and Donny; sisters, Joyce and Marilyn. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003, at the Greenlawn Memorial Funeral Home, 300 State St., Bangor. Friends may make donations in Florence's name to the American Lung Association, P.O. Box 2109, 122 State St., Augusta, ME 04338-2109.
Bangor Daily News - 11/20/2003
Florence M. Inman 1933-2003
VEAZIE -- Florence M. Inman, 70, died Nov. 17, 2003, at a Waterville hospital.
Portland Press Herald (Nov/22/2003)
Mr. Marshall Vernon Inman
ALASKA - Marshall Vernon Inman, 50, died at his Alaska residence on November 2, 2004. He was born in Norway on November 20, 1953, the son of Vernon W. and Miriam (Piirainen) Inman.
He was educated in West Paris schools and graduated from Oxford Hills High School class of 1971. While in school he was active in the Boy Scouts and was on the high school ski team.
He had worked at Sunday River, Lucas Tree Service and with Inman Brothers Masonry prior to moving to Alaska in 1995.
He was a great outdoorsman, enjoying fishing, snowmobiling, hunting and panning for gold. He was also a great story teller, loved life and was devoted to his sons and family.
He is survived by two sons, Anthony Bouchard and his wife Kristen Ostrowski of South Portland and Todd Bouchard and his wife Julie of Rousses Point, NY; one brother, Walter Inman and his wife Kim of West Paris; two sisters, Vivian Sanborn and her husband Sandy of Conway, NH and Virginia Aridas of Florida and West Paris and one grandson, Todd Bouchard II of New Jersey.
Memorial services will be held at the West Paris Universalist Church on Sunday, November 14. Burial will be in the Wayside Cemetery, West Paris.
Arrangements by Andrews Funeral Home, 64 Andrews Road, South Woodstock.
Memorials in Mr. Inman's memory may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, Troop # 133, 11 Snow Falls Road, West Paris, ME 04289
Advertiser Democrat (Nov/13/2004)
GREENVILLE JCT. Christina M. "Tina" Ward, 91, died June 20,
2005, at C.A. Dean Hospital in Greenville. She was born April 19, 1914, in
the daughter of Harry and Mertina (Doughty) Inman. Christina was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Edgar "Johnny" Ward. She was a caring
nurse's aide at the C.A. Dean Nursing Home for 10 years, and was an active member of the Rebekah's.
She is survived by 2 daughters and their husbands, Joyce and William Owens, and Janet and Malcolm Stanhope, and a son, Dale Ward all of Greenville; a brother
and his wife, Carl and Fay Inman of Willis, Texas; a sister, Hildreth Crosby of Palmyra; 2 sisters-in-law, Julia Warman and Betty Ward, and a brother-in-law
Walter Crossman Jr. all of Greenville; 9 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by 2 sisters, Thelma Pullen, and
Sylvia Crossman and 2 brothers, Carleton and Frank Inman.
Graveside services will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in her memory to the C.A. Dean Nursing Home, P.O. Box 1129,
Greenville, ME 04441.
GREENVILLE, A graveside committal service for Christina M. "Tina" Ward, who died, June 20, 2005, in Greenville Jct., will be held at 10:00 AM, Saturday,
August 6, 2005, at the Greenville Cemetery with Dr. Everett L. Parker, Pastor of the Shirley Community Church, officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be
sent in her memory, to the C.A. Dean Nursing Home, P.O. Box 1129, Greenville, ME 04441. Arrangements by Crosby & Neal Funeral Home, Guilford.
Sources not known.
GWENDOLYN E. PERCIVAL
BANGOR - Gwendolyn E. (Campbell) Percival, wife of George
E. Percival, passed away after a long illness, Thursday morning, Dec. 30, 2004.
She was born May 9, 1932, in East Corinth, the daughter of Arthur W. and Madelyn
L. (Blackwell) Campbell. After graduating from East Corinth Academy in 1950, she
attended Barrington College in Rhode Island. She worked as a telephone operator
for Bell Telephone until her marriage to George Percival of Buffalo, N.Y. at Dow
Air Force Base Chapel on Jan. 24, 1962. A member of Calvary Baptist Church in
Brewer since the 1970s, Gwen worked in the nursery and loved cooking for church
suppers. She also enjoyed lobster at Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound, playing
piano, knitting, children, as well as Bangor Symphony and local music theatre
performances. Gwen was instrumental in helping to revive the Bangor High School
Music Boosters in the 1970s and '80s, and enjoyed chaperoning band trips. Gwen
is survived by her husband of 42 years, George Percival; her mother, Madelyn L.
Campbell of East Corinth; her daughter, Amanda L. Cushman and her husband,
Michael, of Bangor; two brothers, Brian R. Campbell and his wife, Sheila, of
Exeter, and Keith A. Campbell and his wife, Lynne, of Farmington, N.M.; a niece,
Jolynn D. Campbell of Bangor; a nephew, Jeffrey D. Campbell, his wife, Dawn, and
their sons, Cole and Brody of Exeter. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 3, 2005, at the Brookings-Smith Funeral Home, 133 Center St., Bangor.
Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005, at the Calvary
Baptist Church, 61 State St., Brewer, with Pastor Roger Davis officiating.
Spring interment will take place at the Corinthian Cemetery, Exeter Road, East
Corinth. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to the Missions Fund
at Calvary Baptist Church, 61 State St., Brewer, ME 04412.
Bangor Daily News - 01/01/2005
BANGOR - Funeral services for Gwendolyn E. Percival will be conducted 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005, at the Calvary Baptist Church, 61 State St., Brewer, with Pastor Roger Davis officiating. Spring interment will take place at the Corinthian Cemetery, Exeter Road, East Corinth. A service of Brookings-Smith, Bangor.
Bangor Daily News - 01/04/2005
BANGOR - Lewis Bradford Inman, 77, passed away peacefully with his beloved wife by his side, at the Maine Veterans' Home, Bangor. He was born July 28, 1927, in Howland the son of the late Lewis B. and Nellie (Wallace) Inman. Lewis graduated from Howland High School in 1946. He was a 38-year veteran having served in the U.S. Army post World War II and later in the Air National Guard. Lewis also retired from employment with the State of Maine. He was a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge, No. 168 A.F. & A.M., of LaGrange. Lewis was a longtime member of the First United Methodist Church in Bangor. He enjoyed spending family time at his camp on Holbrook Pond, traveling and riding his motorcycle. Lewis is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Geneva (Byron) Inman; their daughters, Brenda Easley and husband, John, of Warner Robins, Ga., Carol Bilotta and husband, Robert, of Glenburn, and Kathleen Gaudet of Bangor; a brother, Harold Inman of Lincoln; sister, Beatrice Mushero of Millinocket; grandchildren, Bradford Bilotta and wife, Ellen, Brenda Bilotta, Jonathan Gaudet and William Easley. He was predeceased by two brothers and three sisters. Friends are invited to visit with the family 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 22, at Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor, where funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, April 23, with the Rev. Dr. Randall Chretien, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be at Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor. Gifts in his memory may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 703 Essex St., Bangor, ME 04401.
Thursday, April 21, 2005
GREENVILLE JCT. Christina M. “Tina” Ward, 91, died June
20, 2005, at C.A. Dean Hospital in Greenville. She was born April 19, 1914, in
Bangor, the daughter of Harry and Mertina (Doughty) Inman. Christina was
predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Edgar “Johnny” Ward. She was a caring
nurse’s aide at the C.A. Dean Nursing Home for 10 years, and was an active
member of the Rebekah’s.
She is survived by 2 daughters and their husbands, Joyce and William Owens, and Janet and Malcolm Stanhope, and a son, Dale Ward all of Greenville; a brother and his wife, Carl and Fay Inman of Willis, Texas; a sister, Hildreth Crosby of Palmyra; 2 sisters-in-law, Julia Warman and Betty Ward, and a brother-in-law Walter Crossman Jr. all of Greenville; 9 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by 2 sisters, Thelma Pullen, and Sylvia Crossman and 2 brothers, Carleton and Frank Inman.
Graveside services will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in her memory to the C.A. Dean Nursing Home, P.O. Box 1129, Greenville, ME 04441.
GREENVILLE, A graveside committal service for Christina M. "Tina" Ward, who died, June 20, 2005, in Greenville Jct., will be held at 10:00 AM, Saturday, August 6, 2005, at the Greenville Cemetery with Dr. Everett L. Parker, Pastor of the Shirley Community Church, officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in her memory, to the C.A. Dean Nursing Home, P.O. Box 1129, Greenville, ME 04441. Arrangements by Crosby & Neal Funeral Home, Guilford.
Source not given.
CHARLES PRIESTLEY INMAN
RICHMOND, Va. - Charles Priestley Inman, 85, known as "Bud" in the South and "Buddy" in Maine, died May 2, 2006, surrounded by his loving family. He was born Sept. 12, 1920, in Orono, to Charles and Hazel Inman. Bud held Maine and all his friends and family there close to his heart, and fondly recalled summers at the family camp on Pushaw Pond with his brother, Harold Inman, and sister, Hazel Upton, who have predeceased him. Graduating from the University of Maine where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi, he entered the Army July 1943 and became a distinguished soldier in combat during Normandy, northern France, Ardennes, central Europe and Rhineland. As a first lieutenant, "B" Company, 119th Regiment of the 30th Infantry Division, he earned two Silver Stars, Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Combat Infantry Badge. After his discharge from the Army in August 1945, Bud married his sweetheart, Evelyn Rose, who died in 1987. Bud began his career as a stockbroker, but later joined his father-in-law, Marion Rose, to manage Charles E. Brauer Co., wholesale grocer in Richmond, Va. His career spanned duties as a sales representative to the trade through management and CEO. Always active in his church and community, Bud was a Cub Scout pack leader, Boy Scout leader, reader for the Virginia Voice Radio and many others. He held various leadership positions, including president and chairman of the board of the Virginia Wholesalers and Distributors, Southern Tobacco and Candy Association and the National Candy Wholesalers, now American Wholesale Marketers Association. He continued to be an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, Va. and served as president 1992-93. This association and his many friends in Kiwanis were his crowning achievement. Bud's brother, Harold, had a parallel association in Rotary and they spent many hours comparing the two service clubs. He is survived by two children, Charles P. Inman Jr. "Chuck" of Princeton, N.J. and wife, Pam, and son, Charles P. Inman III.; daughter, Carol Inman Novak and fiance, Patrick H. Darnell of Rockville, Md. children, Diana Emami, Erika Wyse and Nicholas Novak. He is also survived by his wife, Dianne O'Kelley Inman; nephews, Joe Inman and wife, Joanne of Windham, David Inman and wife, Jane, of Portland, Charles Upton and wife, Bonnie, of Houlton; nieces, Molly Nagle and husband, Bob, of Brewer, Helen "Ducky" Boomer and husband, Joe, of Atlanta, Ga., Hazel Hopkins and husband, Larry, of Baltimore, Md. and Mary Davis of Lynchburg, Va. Services were held 2 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at Bliley Chapel. Interment at Hollywood Cemetery. A reception was held afterwards at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond. Memorial donations can be made to the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, P.O. Box 12213, Richmond, VA 23241 or Cat Adoption and Rescue Efforts, CARE Cats, P.O. Box 2934, Richmond, VA 23228.
Bangor Daily News - 05/10/2006