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Wilbert W. Wentworth, Amos, Rose St. Pierre, Ernest, Edward
Posted by: Jacqueline Oborny (ID *****5267) Date: June 04, 2006 at 16:27:04
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I am posting an old obituary I found in my mother's papers. Wilbert W. Wentworth was her 1st cousin once removed.

"Westbrook, Maine: Wilbert W. Wentworth, 53, of 72 King St. died early Wednesday morning in his home after a brief illness. Born here Feb. 7th, 1905, the son of Amos Wentworth and Rose St.Pierre Wentworth, he had been employed by the Dana Warp Mills for 13 years prior to its closing at the beginning of this year. He was a member of the National Guard of Westbrook and Portland and a communicant of St. Hyacinth Church. He married Miss Avis R. Charland in 1931, and also was employed for a time by the S.D. Warren Company. Besides his widow, he leaves to mourn two sons, Ernest and Edward and several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held at 8:15 AM Saturday from 35 Church St., followed by a High Mass of Requiem in St. Hyacinth Church at 9. Burial will be in St. Hyacinth Cemetery."

I am not related to the Wentworth line but I do have information about the St.Pierre family of Westbrook and St.Jean Port Joli, Quebec.


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