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Barnett, Mary (b. 1782, d. 19 MAR 1853)

Note: BURIAL: Buried in Brock Memorial Park in Glen Sutton, Quebec. Stone reads, "Mary, wife of Thomas Aiken, died March 19, 1853, aged 71."
Death: 19 MAR 1853 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1161

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Peasley, Sophronia Adams (b. 1816, d. 1895)
Death: 1895
Reference: 1162

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Brock, Mehitable (b. 6 APR 1817, d. 6 AUG 1908)
Death: 6 AUG 1908
Reference: 1163

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Miller, Thaddeus (b. 1 JUL 1798, d. 5 FEB 1878)
Note: Thaddeus had 18 children in all!
Death: 5 FEB 1878 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: 7 FEB 1878
Reference: 1164

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Aiken, Thomas Jr. (b. 1820, d. 8 JAN 1897)
Note: GEN: Aiken, Thomas 1820Jan 8 1897 77Miller, Diana198
GEN: (Jr.) Son of Thomas & Mary Barnett Aiken. 1st Wife Diana Miller. 2nd wife Caroline Stanhope Miller (gr. unk).,
GEN: m. Feb. 3, 1861 in Richford, Vt. (Richford Town Rec., B.3 ,p4). 3rd wife Sarah Page Lemonder (Lamorder), marr.
GEN: Jan 16, 1863 in Cabot, Vt. Death date in Glen Sutton Ang. Ch. civ. rec.,F.3,1897. Obit, Richford Gaz. Jan 15,1897
DEATH: On Friday, January 8, after an illness of 3 or 4 years,
DEATH: Thomas Aiken, aged 78 years, passed to rest at the home of
DEATH: his son-in-law, A. Logan. Funeral services were conducted
DEATH: on Sunday at the Brock School house, by Rev. I.H. Lackey,
DEATH: who preached to the large number of friends assembled from
DEATH: words found in John xix, 25, 26, which for years had been
DEATH: appropriated by the deceased as his own testimony.
DEATH: Glen Sutton News
DEATH: Richford Gazette, Richford, Vt.
DEATH: January 15, 1897
BURIAL: Buried ib Brock Memorial Park.
Death: 8 JAN 1897 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1165

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Miller, Diana (b. 1 JUL 1823, d. 27 MAR 1860)
Death: 27 MAR 1860 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1166

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Trempe, Mary Ann (b. --Not Shown--)
Reference: 1167

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Miller, Caroline Stanhope (b. 22 JUN 1808, d. BEF. 1863)
Death: BEF. 1863
Reference: 1168

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Page, Sarah (b. 1825, d. ?)
Note: NAME: Lamorder
Sarah Page, widow of Nelson Lemonder.
Reference: 1169

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Aiken, Chester (b. 16 APR 1836, d. 23 MAY 1909)
Note: GEN: Aiken, ChesterApr 16 1836May 23 1909 73Ruiter, Harriet185
GEN: Son of Samuel & Anna Chappel Aiken. Married Sept. 15, 1859 in North Troy, Vt. (North Troy Town Records, B.1,p52).
GEN: Dunkin 2nd Advent Church civil rec., F.4,1909 & Sherbrooke Record obit (May 28, 1909) show death date as
GEN: May 22, 1909.
DEATH: After a somewhat lengthy illness, Mr. Chester died at his
DEATH: home here on May 22nd. The funeral services were held the
DEATH: 25th, at the Union Church, Rev. J. Champion officiating,
DEATH: and preached from the text, 2nd Tim. 4-7. The choir
DEATH: rendered four hymns. F.H. Crowell was funeral director.
DEATH: Deceased was a deacon and faithful member of the Advent
DEATH: Church here, and will be greatly missed. He was always
DEATH: willing to use his influence for good, and was a good
DEATH: example of a Christian. He was among the first to settle
DEATH: here beginning in the woods to settle for his home and
DEATH: today he has a cleared farm. He was the father of 13
DEATH: children, seven of whom survive him. Besides his seven
DEATH: sons, he leaves a widow and a wide circle of friends.
DEATH: During his last sickness of about two weeks, his son
DEATH: Curtis, from Chelmsford, Mass., has given him the best of
DEATH: care night and day. Sympathy is extended from the
DEATH: community to the mourning family.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: May 28, 1909
DEATH: -----
DEATH: Mr. Chester Aiken of West Potton was buried on Monday, May
DEATH: 24th, from the Union church, aged about 75 years. Deacon
DEATH: C. Aiken was one of the pioneers of this town.
DEATH: Potton News
DEATH: Waterloo Advertiser
DEATH: June 4, 1909
DEATH: - - - - -
DEATH: After a good deal of suffering and sickness from brain trouble, Chester, Aiken, one of Potton's earliest settlers died at his
DEATH: home May 22nd. He was the father of thirteen children, seven of which survive him. In his early days he came into Potton and
DEATH: settled up the Ruiter brook when there was nothing but a dense forest, but today after a life of earnest toil he leaves a fine
DEATH: cleared farm. The funeral services were held at the Union church, Tuesday the 25th of May, Rev. J. Champion, his pastor,
DEATH: officiating. F.W. Crowell was funeral director. The text for the occasion was a fitting one from 2 Tim. 4:7. "I have fought
DEATH: a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." The church was filled with mourners and friends. Four
DEATH: selections were rendered by the choir. "I heard the voice of Jesus say", "All the way my Savior leads me", "Nearer my God to
DEATH: Thee", and "Fade, Fade each earthly
DEATH: joy, Jesus is mine". Deceased was deacon of the Advent church and at all times used his influence for good. He leaves to
DEATH: mourn his loss a widow, and seven sons, who have the sympathy of the community, during his last sickness of about two weeks
DEATH: duration, his son Curtis from Chelmsford, Mass., has given him the best of care night and day. His remains were carried to
DEATH: the Glen Sutton cemetery and placed beside his children there.
DEATH: Name and date of newspaper unknown
DEATH: (Norma Sherrer's Scrapbook)
Death: 23 MAY 1909 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: 25 MAY 1909 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1170

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Ruiter, Harriet A (b. 22 MAR 1842, d. 12 DEC 1914)
Note: DEATH: Mrs. Chester Aiken
DEATH: Dunkin, December 21 -The death of Harriet A. Aiken, aged 73
DEATH: years, widow of the late Chester Aiken, came as a sudden
DEATH: surprise to her many relatives and friends. She was in her
DEATH: usual health apparently on Friday evening and was facing
DEATH: mittens for her son, Ernest, with whom she lived. She had
DEATH: finished one and feeling a little chilly she said she would
DEATH: leave the other for the next day and went to bed, but she
DEATH: died at six o'clock the next morning. Deceased was born on
DEATH: March 22, 1842, her maiden name being Harriet A. Ruiter,
DEATH: daughter of the late Jacob Ruiter. She was married to
DEATH: Chester A. Aiken in the year 1859 and went with him to live
DEATH: up the Ruiter Brook at Potton, they having to clear the
DEATH: forest and build a log home. It was here they always lived
DEATH: and to them were born a family of 13 children, 5 daughters
DEATH: and 8 sons. Seven of the sons are still living: Samuel A.,
DEATH: Frederic H., Frank M., and Ernest D., are all married and
DEATH: live near the old home, while Curtis A., William J., and
DEATH: Noble C. Aiken live in Massachusetts. These were all
DEATH: present at the funeral. Besides the sons mentioned there
DEATH: are a good many grand children and one great grandchild.
DEATH: She was called the mother of Israel, because of her loving
DEATH: heart and none went away from her home tired or hungry.
DEATH: With her husband she became a member of the Advent Church at
DEATH: Dunkin in their early life. Prayers were said at the house
DEATH: on December 14th with the funeral service held at the Dunkin
DEATH: Church. Rev. John Champion of Sutton officiated assisted by
DEATH: the Rev. W.G. Mansfield of Montgomery, Vt. Daniel Aiken
DEATH: managed the funeral while the sons were bearers and the
DEATH: burial took place at the Glen Sutton burial ground beside
DEATH: the remains of her late husband. Thus another early
DEATH: settler has passed away. She has been a loving and
DEATH: affectionate wife and mother and will surely be missed by
DEATH: her sons but her kindness will never be forgotten.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 21, 1914
Death: 12 DEC 1914
Burial: 14 DEC 1914 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1171

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Aiken, Samuel Jr. (b. 17 JUL 1838, d. 16 OCT 1841)
Note: GEN: Aiken, Samuel Jr.Jul 17 1838Oct 16 1841 3,
GEN: Son of Samuel & Anna Chappel Aiken.
Death: 16 OCT 1841 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1172

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Aiken, Truman (b. 1 MAR 1839, d. 17 DEC 1859)
Death: 17 DEC 1859 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1173

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Barnett, Laura (b. ABT. 1840, d. 10 MAR 1876)
Death: 10 MAR 1876 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1174

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Aiken, Joseph Henry (b. 29 FEB 1844, d. 7 MAY 1926)
Note: DEATH: Mr. Joseph Aiken, an old-time resident of this place, died at
DEATH: the home of his son Charles on Friday morning. Deceased was
DEATH: eighty-two years of age. The funeral was held in the Dunkin
DEATH: church, Rev. Mr. Champion officiating. Burial took place in
DEATH: the Brock cemetery, at Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Dunkin News
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: May 12, 1926
BURIAL: Brook Cemetery
Death: 7 MAY 1926 ,,Quebec
Burial: Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1175

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Lamorder, Hattie (b. 21 DEC 1851, d. 8 DEC 1909)
Note: DEATH: DEATH OF MRS. JOSEPH AIKEN, GLEN SUTTON
DEATH: Sutton, Dec. 10, 1909 -(Special) -Mrs. Joseph Aiken died
DEATH: at her home on the Orin B. Wilson farm, Glen Sutton, on
DEATH: Wednesday morning after a brief illness. The funeral will
DEATH: take place at Glen Sutton at one o'clock on Sunday. Deceased
DEATH: is survived by her husband and a large family of children,
DEATH: most of whom are grown up, however. She was the daughter of
DEATH: the late Mrs. Samuel Aiken, of this town.
DEATH: Daily News Specials
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 10, 1909
DEATH: -----
DEATH: Card of Thanks
DEATH: We wish to thank those who so kindly assisted us
DEATH: during the death of burial of our loved one.
DEATH: JOS. AIKIN AND FAMILY
DEATH: Dunkin, Dec. 17th, 1909
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 17, 1909
DEATH: -----
DEATH: Mrs. Joseph Aiken, who died at her home, Glen Sutton,
DEATH: recently was a daughter of the late Mrs. Samuel Aiken, of
DEATH: this town, her maiden name being Hattie E. Lamarche. Her
DEATH: death took place on Dec. 7th and the funeral was on the
DEATH: 12th. Deceased was born in Salisbury, Vt., but came to
DEATH: Glen Sutton many years ago. She would have been 58 years
DEATH: of age had she lived to December 21st. Besides her husband
DEATH: a large family of grown up sons and daughters survive.
DEATH: Sutton News
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 30, 1909
DEATH: Mrs. Joseph Aiken died at her home near Glen Sutton,
DEATH: Wednesday night of heart failure. The funeral was held
DEATH: Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. J. Champion
DEATH: officiating, with interment at the Glen Sutton cemetery.
DEATH: She leaves a husband and eleven children and twenty
DEATH: grandchildren, also two brothers, Charles H. Lamorder of
DEATH: Middleboro, Mass., and Frank Lamorder of Peoria, Ill., to
DEATH: mourn he loss. She was a member of the Baptist church
DEATH: about 15 years.
DEATH: Name and date of newspaper unknown
Death: 8 DEC 1909 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: 12 DEC 1909 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1176

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Aiken, Clarissa (b. 1 MAY 1844, d. 8 OCT 1848)
Death: 8 OCT 1848 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Burial: Glen Sutton Cemetery
Reference: 1177

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Trempe, Beverly (b. --Not Shown--)
Reference: 1178

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Aiken, Alonzo Henry (b. 18 MAY 1850, d. 2 AUG 1923)
Note: DEATH: The death occurred on Wednesday, August 1, of Mr. A.H.
DEATH: Aiken, after an illness of two weeks due to severe heat
DEATH: prostration. Mr. Aiken was liked and respected by all in
DEATH: this neighborhood, where he had resided about four years.
DEATH: Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Aiken and family in their
DEATH: bereavement.
DEATH: Abercorn News
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: August 6, 1923
DEATH: - - - - -
DEATH: The funeral of the late Mr. A.H. Aiken took place on
DEATH: Saturday, August 4th. The service at the Union Church here
DEATH: was conducted by Mr. Norman (Naaman) Brock, of Glen
DEATH: Sutton and the interment was in the family lot at that
DEATH: place. There was a large congregation at the church and
DEATH: also proceeding to the graveside.
DEATH: Abercorn News
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: August 9, 1923
DEATH: - - - - -
DEATH: Card of Thanks
DEATH: We wish to thank the many friends for their kindness during
DEATH: the sickness and death of our dear husband and father, also
DEATH: for the beautiful flowers contributed, and for every
DEATH: expression of sympathy shown.
DEATH: Mrs. A.H. Aiken,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Aiken,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Bailey,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. A.I. White,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Cowan,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Doncaster,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Aiken.
DEATH: Abercorn, Que.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: August 10, 1923
DEATH: AIKEN, ALONZO H. (Cont'd)
DEATH: Many here regret the unexpected death of Mr. Alonzo H.
DEATH: Aiken, which took place at his new home in Abercorn on
DEATH: Thursday, Aug. 2nd. Mr. Aiken was born in Glen Sutton and
DEATH: lived all his life here up to three or four years ago when
DEATH: he moved to Abercorn. He was a son of the late Mr. Samuel
DEATH: Aikin of this place. He was twice married and left two
DEATH: grown-up daughters and one son from each marriage. The
DEATH: children are worthy sons and daughters of worthy parents.
DEATH: "Alonzo" will be missed by many as he was an honest, hard
DEATH: working citizen. His wife and children (all grown up) have
DEATH: much sympathy in their great loss.
DEATH: Glen Sutton News
DEATH: Richford Journal, Richford, Vt.
DEATH: August 16, 1923
DEATH: - - - - -
DEATH: In Memoriam
DEATH: In loving remembrance of our dear husband and father,
DEATH: Alonzo Aiken, who departed this life August 2nd, 1923.
DEATH: Just two years ago you left us
DEATH: For that bright and shining shore
DEATH: And we miss you, sorely miss you
DEATH: And we love you more and more.
DEATH: Inserted by
DEATH: His Wife and Children
DEATH: Mansonville, Que.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: August 3, 1925
Death: 2 AUG 1923 Abercorn
Burial: 4 AUG 1923 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1179

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Wright, Anna S (b. 1855, d. 12 FEB 1892)
Note: DEATH: After five weeks of intense suffering Annie Wright, wife of
DEATH: Alonzo Aiken, died February 12th. She leaves a husband,
DEATH: one son and two young daughters to mourn her loss besides
DEATH: brothers and sisters and many other friends...Funeral
DEATH: services were held at the house on the 14th inst. by Rev.
DEATH: Cutter from Sutton. Her age was 37 years.
DEATH: Glen Sutton News
DEATH: Richford Journal, Richford, Vt.
DEATH: February 18, 1892
DEATH: LINES
DEATH: On the death of Annie Wright, beloved wife of Alonzo Aiken,
DEATH: died Feb. 12, 1892, aged 37 years.
DEATH: Oh God'tis hard to have it so,
DEATH: A dear companion now lies low;
DEATH: A husband and dear children - three.
DEATH: Are now left mourners here to be.
DEATH: She was a kind and loving wife,
DEATH: And tried to live a Christian life;
DEATH: Oh it was hard to see her die.
DEATH: And leave a helpless family.
DEATH: Brothers and sisters left to weep.
DEATH: For her who now in death doth sleep;
DEATH: Although to part with her was pain,
DEATH: Their loss is her eternal gain.
DEATH: This world is but a vale of tears,
DEATH: This life is but a thing of years;
DEATH: But Oh eternity will last
DEATH: When all these earthly scenes are past.
DEATH: May her dear friends now all prepare,
DEATH: When done with life to join here there,
DEATH: On Canaan's fair and happy shore,
DEATH: Where pain and death can harm no more.
DEATH: MRS. LUCINDA COURSER.
DEATH: Glen Sutton, Feb. 14, 1892.
DEATH: Richford Journal, Richford, Vt.
DEATH: February 18, 1892
Death: 12 FEB 1892
Burial: 14 FEB 1892
Reference: 1180

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