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Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2001 04:25:50 EDT
From two RAOK volunteer:
Natick Suburban Press and Recorder,
Paper dated January 18, 1968 (Leon died January 11):
Leon V. Rogers, 85, of 61 Farwell Street, a retired building contractor, died
last Thursday at the Leonard Morse Hospital. (Note: this is the Natick
hospital, which is now called Metrowest Medical Center, Natick Campus).
Born in Scott's Bay, Nova Scotia, he had resided in Natick 55 years. He was
a former member of Takawambait Lodge I.O.O.F.
Mr. Rogers leaves his wife, Kathleen (Walsh) Rogers, three sons, Carl K. of
Oakland, Calif., Victor L. of Moose Park, Alaska, Robert B. of Sun Valley
Calif., two daughters, Mrs. Robert Kadiik of Natick and Mrs. Priscilla
Lindbloom of Aurora, Calif., three brothers, Carl of Waltham, Hirm of Lisbon,
N.H., Gilbert of Stark, N.H., nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Strictly private funeral services wil be held at the convenience of the
family. Rev. Ray M. Marshall of the First Baptist Church will officiate.
Interment will be in Dell Park Cemetery.
Obit: Natick Suburban Press and Recorder dated June 6, 1968:
Carl A. Rogers, 84, of 2 University Park, Waltham, a former long-time
resident of Natick, was stricken at his home and pronounced dead at the
Waltham Hospital Friday.
A native of Nova Scotia he resided on Summer Street 60 years. He was a
He leaves his wife, Edna J. (Stevens) Rogers; four sons, Carl G. of Waltham,
William B., John S., and George E., all of Natick; two brothers, Gilbert of
Stark, N.H., and Hiram of Lisborn. N.H.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great
Services were held Monday at the Mitchell Funeral Home, 105 North Main
Street. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery, South Natick.
Obit: Manchester, NH Union Leader, Thursday, July 9, 1959
Mrs. Orson Rich
Gorham - Mrs Lula Rogers Rich, 71, wife of Orson Rich, of Portland, ME, a
former Gorham resident died at her home Monday. She was born in Scotts Bay,
N.S. and resided here for 37 years before moving to Portland eight years ago.
Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Mildred Ballard,
of Portland, with whom she made her home, five brothers, Leon Rogers of
Salem, Carl Rogers of Narick, Mass, Gilbert Rogers of Stark, and Hiram Rogers
of Lisbon; one grandson, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held
Thursday afternoon at the Wilson Funeral Home with Rev. J. Clark Collins ,
pastor of the Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Lacy
Obit Manchester,NH, Union Leader, Wednesday, July 2, 1975
Mrs. Victor M. Sunbury
Lancaster - Mrs. Pearl P. Sunbury, 85, died yesterday at Weeks Memorial
Hospital after a short illness. She was an elementary school teacher here and
in Landaff for many years. Mrs. Sunbury was the widow of Victor M. Sunbury.
She was a native of this community and lived here most of her life. Mrs.
Sunbury was a member of the Christ United Methodist Church, United Methodist
Women, the Perserverence Rebekah Lodge, Mount Prospect Grange, the Northern
Pomona Grange and Lancaster Senior Citizens. The family includes a daughter,
Mrs. Jean Tenney of Lancaster, three grandchildren, nieces and cousins.
Services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Christ United Methodist
church. The Rev. Gerald Dunn, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the
Riverside Cemetery, South Lunenbury, Vt. Friends may call at the Batley
Funeral Home tonight. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her
memory to the Christ United Methodist Church of Lancaster or to the Mount
Because she is not mentioned in the obits of Armina, Lula, Victor 'Leon' or
Carl, I do not believe she is the daughter of William and Armina. She also
did not mention a brother Hiram who died after her in 1979.
If anyone knows how she fits into the Rogers family please let me know.