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Re: re: Clarence Albert Wetherbee
Posted by: Mary Wetherbee (ID *****0112) Date: June 18, 2009 at 09:37:59
In Reply to: re: Clarence Albert Wetherbee by Keith Wetherbee of 139

Hi Keith,

Saw your message from 2004 about Clarence Albert Wetherbee. Could you possibly mean Clarence Arthur Wetherbee?

Clarence Arthur Wetherbee:
was my grandfather's older brother
born in Hudson, MA/near the Stow MA town line in 1882 died 1956
married Blanche Hamblin
buried in Brookside Cemetery/ Stow MA
2 sons that I know of: Clarence Jr. and ??Clifford
middle name likely came from president Arthur as my grandfather was named Ernest Harrison Wetherbee - after president Harrison

Clarence Arthur was a painter and thus had the nickname "Can" because he carried a paint can.
lived in Stow /the land he owned in Stow is now part of a golf course/ house is gone
I remember meeting him once as a very small child.
Have been trying to find out more info for my family history - a picture of my Clarence exists but has been misplaced by another branch of the family
His son, Clarence Jr was a friend/ first cousin of my father. Clarence JR. owned a rest home in Stow for many years.
Everyone I know who ever knew "Can" liked him and thought his wife Blanche was really a delightful person.

Hope that you are still reading these.
Would like to hear from you- even if your there is a middle name issue.

Parents of my Clarence: George Giles Wetherbee & Mary Alice Maxted Wetherbee.

Hope we have info to share.
Mary L. Wetherbee

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