Josephine E Dargon1

F, #94571, b. December 1877, d. 1968
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1895; Mrs. Wells (Dargon)

Family: Jeremiah M Wells b. 20 Jan 1875, d. 28 May 1958

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Elizabeth Lester1

F, #94572, b. 1821, d. 18 August 1901
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1840; Mrs. Wells (Lester)

Family: Henry H Wells b. 1821, d. 12 May 1862

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Charlotte Louise Allen1

F, #94573, b. 14 July 1908, d. 21 October 1993
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 14 July 19081
  • (Bride) Marriage*: circa 1930; Groom=Robert Henry Wells
  • Death*: 21 October 1993
  • Burial*: 21 October 1993; Plainfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, USAG; dau of Frank Allen &
    Josephine (Fenner) Allen

    m. Robert Henry Wells

    [link to mother Josephine *Fletcher* provided by FAG 46982583; thanks to FAG 47348447 for her dad]
  • Married Name: circa 1930; Mrs. Wells (Allen)

Family: Robert Henry Wells b. 28 Dec 1904, d. 1 Sep 1990

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Almira Russell Pierce

F, #94574, b. 7 September 1829, d. 8 February 1892
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: 1848; Mrs. Wells (Pierce)

Family: Samuel Wells b. 2 Aug 1820, d. 19 Sep 1899

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Fanny Larcom Abbot1

F, #94575, b. 13 June 1872, d. 1964
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1900; Mrs. Wells (Abbot)

Family: Ralph Gent Wells b. 1879, d. 1958

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Ethel Stearns Batchelor1

F, #94576, b. August 1872, d. 1 September 1955
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: August 1872; Massachusetts, USAG1
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 14 October 1896; Groom=Gardner Fairfield Wells
  • Death*: 1 September 1955; Westport, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, USAG; Connecticut Death Index, 1949-2012

    Report issue

    Name:      Ethel B Wells
    Gender:      Female
    Race:      White
    Marital Status:      Widowed
    Birth Date:      abt 1871
    Residence :      Westport, Fairfield, Connecticut
    Death Date:      1 Sep 1955
    Death Place:      Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut
    Age:      84 Years
    Spouse:      Gard
    State File #:      15680
  • Burial*: 1 September 1955; Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG
  • Married Name: 14 October 1896; Mrs. Wells (Batchelor)

Family: Gardner Fairfield Wells b. 13 Nov 1869, d. b 1955

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Theresa M Brennick1

F, #94577, b. 21 April 1947, d. 20 November 1971
  • Reference: FAG

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Alice Chloe Hillman1

F, #94578, b. 17 January 1870, d. 2 January 1948
  • Reference: FAG
  • Name Variation: 1892; Mrs. Alice Chloe Noyes (Hillman); Spouses

    Wilbur Fiske Noyes

    1867–1931 (m. 1892)
  • Married Name: 11 April 1933; Mrs. Wells (Hillman)

Family: Fred L Wells b. 11 Feb 1860, d. 12 Jul 1948

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Anna Wells1

F, #94579, b. 1856, d. circa 12 March 1918
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 18561
  • Death*: circa 12 March 1918; Essex Co., Massachusetts, USAG; Father: Benjamin Franklin Wells Jr
    Mother: Amelia Gerry
  • Burial*: 15 March 1918; Cambridge, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG;

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    Anna Wells Sanborn
    Birth      1856
    Brookline, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
    Death      1918 (aged 61-62)
    Rockport, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
    Burial      
    Mount Auburn Cemetery
    Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
    Plot      Halcyon Avenue, Lot 4200
    Memorial ID      171129516 · View Source

    Memorial
    Photos 2
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    Father: Benjamin Franklin Wells Jr
    Mother: Amelia Gerry
    Family Members
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    Amelia Wells Gerry Woodward

    1826–1906

    Spouse

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    George O. Sanborn

    1837–1897 (m. 1879)

    Gravesite Details Interred 15 Mar 1918; birth date taken from marriage record.
  • Married Name: 1879; Mrs. Anna Sanborn (Wells);
    Spouse

    Photo
    George O. Sanborn

    1837–1897 (m. 1879)
    1

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Alma F Wells1

F, #94580, b. 10 April 1862, d. 17 April 1903
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1880; Mrs. Alma F Bainton (Wells); Wife of Frederick Bainton.1

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Adelia Marcotte1

F, #94581, b. 21 September 1831, d. 8 July 1879
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1850; Mrs. Wells (Marcotte)

Family: Alphonso Wells b. 23 May 1824, d. 10 Oct 1907

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Catherine S Wells1

F, #94582, b. 1848, d. 16 January 1867
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 18481
  • Death*: 16 January 1867; Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG
  • Burial*: 16 January 1867; Marlborough, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG; There are 6 BROWN gravestones.
    4 in a row, and 2 behind them:

    BROWN, David 1806 - 1884
    illegible: died March 6, 1884

    BROWN, Prudence [Walker] (about 1804) - 1864

    BROWN, David L. [Loring] 1827-1869
    scarcely legible info about
    his Civil War service, says:
    Capt.
    DAVID L. BROWN
    Served in
    13th Regt. Mass. Vol.
    ____July 16, 1861
    ____Mar 13, 1863
    5th Regt. Mass. Vol.
    ____July 23, 1864
    ____Nov. 16, 1864
    Died May 13, 1869
    AE 43

    BROWN, Maria B.[Bell] 1833-1923

    BROWN, Edward A. Aug. 5, 1839-March 26,1918

    BROWN, Katie S. [Wells] 1848-Jan. 16, 1867
    AE 18 years [illegible]

    ____________________________________

    1799 April 25 Marriage Record, Marlborough, MA. SAMUEL BROWN married ELIZABETH EAMES.
    Children born to Samuel & Elizabeth:
    1803 June 11 Hannah Burnet Brown
    1805 May 25 DAVID BROWN

    1825 Dec. 3 Marriage Intention Needham, MA. PRUDENCE WALKER of Needham & groom is DAVID BROWN of Marlborough.
    1826 January 8 actual MARRIAGE of Prudence Walker to David Brown in Needham.

    1827 Sept. 16 Birth Record, Marlborough, MA. DAVID LORING BROWN born to parents: DAVID BROWN & PRUDENCE BROWN.

    1834 June 2 Birth Record Marlborough, MA. MARY ELIZABETH born to DAVID & PRUDENCE BROWN.

    1839 Aug 5 Birth Record Marlborough, MA. EDWARD AUSTIN BROWN born to DAVID & PRUDENCE BROWN.

    1850 U.S. Census, Haverhill, New Hampshire. [KATIE S.]CATHERINE S. WELLS age 2, child of parents: Charles Wells & ABBY WELLS age 27. Other children are: Charles F. Wells Jr. age 4, and Hellen M. Wells age under one.

    1850 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. DAVID BROWN age 45 carpenter. Wife PRUDENCE [WALKER] BROWN age 45. 3 children: DAVID L. BROWN age 23, Mary E. Brown age 16, and EDWARD A. BROWN age 11.

    from Ancestry.com JRGallagherVA family tree:
    Prudence Brown's maiden name Walker, her father was Uriah Walker, and she was born in Needham, MA.
    David L. Brown's middle name is Loring, 1827-1869.
    Maria's parents:
    Reuben Bell 1794-1849 & wife
    Mahala Whipple 1803-1887.
    Child of Maria Bell & David L Brown:
    Ella Cora Brown Baker 1865-1930

    1855 State Census, Marlborough, MA. DAVID BROWN age 50. Wife PRUDENCE BROWN age 51. Children: DAVID L. BROWN age 29, Mary E. Brown age 20, and EDWARD A. BROWN age 16.

    1856 Sept. 2 Marriage Record, Marlborough, MA. DAVID L. [LORING] BROWN age 28, born in MA, carpenter, father is DAVID BROWN.
    Bride is MARIA BELL age 22, born in Lunenburg, VT, father is REUBEN BELL. Clergyman is Horatio Alger.

    1860 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. DAVID L. [LORING] BROWN age 33 is a carpenter, born in Massachusetts. His wife, MARIA B. [BELL] BROWN is age 26 born in Vermont. They have a son, FRANK A. BROWN age 2. NEXT ENTRY IN CENSUS: DAVID BROWN age 50, a carpenter. His wife is PRUDENCE BROWN age 56. Their son living with them is EDWARD A. BROWN age 21, also a carpenter.

    1864 Military record for DAVID L. BROWN:
    Name: David L Brown
    Residence: Massachusetts
    Occupation: Carpenter
    Age at Enlistment: 34
    Enlistment Date: 16 Jul 1861
    Rank at enlistment: 2nd Lieutenant
    State Served: Massachusetts
    Survived the War?: Yes
    Service Record: Commissioned an officer in Company I, Massachusetts 13th Infantry Regiment on 16 Jul 1861.Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 25 Jul 1862.Promoted to Full Captain on 06 Mar 1863.Promoted to Full Captain on 22 Jul 1864.Mustered out on 03 Mar 1864.Commissioned an officer in Company E, Massachusetts 5th Infantry Regiment on 22 Jul 1864.Mustered out on 16 Nov 1864 at Readville, MA.
    Birth Date: abt 1827
    Sources: Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil War. The Story of the 13th Massachusetts Volunteers Photo courtesy of Massachusetts Commandery of MOLLUS

    1865 Sept 26th Marriage Record, Marlborough, MA. DAVID BROWN age 60, farmer, second marriage, parents: Samuel & Elizabeth Brown. Bride is ABBY GRUSH WELLS age 42 (born in Roxbury, MA, [probably a widow] second marriage, parents: Job T. & Abigail B. Grush.

    **NOTE: The elder DAVID BROWN married ABBY WELLS. Then 2 weeks later David's son, EDWARD BROWN married Abby's daughter, KATIE S. WELLS.**

    1865 Oct 12 Marriage Record, Northborough, MA. EDWARD A. BROWN age 26, carpenter, father is DAVID BROWN, Mother is PRUDENCE. Bride is KATIE S. WELLS age 18 living in Marlborough, born in NH, parents: Charles Wells & ABBY GRUSH WELLS.

    1867 January 16 Death Record Marlborough, MA. "KATTIE" S. [WELLS] BROWN, age 19, born in "New Haven, Conn." Her father, Charles Wells, was born in Plymouth; her mother, Abbie, born in Roxbury, MA. Katie died of "consumption."

    1869 May 13 Death Record Marlborough, MA. DAVID L. [LORING] BROWN age 43, parents: David & Prudence Brown. Cause of death: "liver complaint."

    1869 July 8 Marriage Record, Northborough, MA. EDWARD A. BROWN age 29, widower, carpenter, parents David & Prudence Walker Brown, second marriage. Bride is LELIA E. FALES age 19, born in Nova Scotia, first marriage.

    1870 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. MARIA BROWN age 36, she is living with the JOEL BELL family (perhaps her brother). Maria has 3 children: FRANK A. 12, ELIZA A. 10, and ELLA P. age 5. NEXT ENTRY: DAVID BROWN age 65 is a farmer with wife PHOEBE BROWN age 54.

    1873 Aug. 11 Birth Record Marlborough, MA. ERNEST CHESTER BROWN born to EDWARD A. BROWN, shoemaker. born in MA, & LELIA FALES, born in Nova Scotia.

    1880 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. DAVID BROWN age 75 is a farmer. His wife is PHEBE BROWN age 58.

    1880 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. EDWARD A. BROWN age 42,shoemaker. Wife "LILLIAN" BROWN age 27. Sons: ERNEST C. BROWN age 7; & ARCHIE L. BROWN age 4.

    1880 U.S. Census, Marlborough, MA. MARIE B.[BELL] BROWN is age 48, "single", and is a servant in a physician's house, Dr. and Mrs. Job G. Shepherd.

    1884 March 6 Death Record Marlborough, MA. DAVID BROWN age 78 yrs 9 months 19 days, died of consumption, carpenter, parents: Samuel & Elizabeth Brown.

    1900 U.S. Census Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. EDWARD A. BROWN age 60, born Aug. 1839 in MA, janitor in school house. Wife is LELIA A. [FALES] BROWN age 47, born in Canada August 1852, married 29 years, had 2 children: Ernest C. Brown age 27, born Aug. 1872, occupation farm laborer; and Archie L. Brown age 23 born July 1876 in MA.

    1910 U.S. Census Goffstown, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, renting on North Main Street. EDWARD A. BROWN age 71, 2nd marriage. Wife "LILLIAN" E. BROWN age 58, born in Nova Scotia, married 39 years, had 3 children with 2 living. Sons: ARCHIE L. BROWN age 33; ERNEST C. BROWN age 35, working on a farm; both born in MA.

    1912 January 16 Marriage Record Manchester, NH. ERNEST CHESTER BROWN age 37, parents: EDWARD AUSTIN BROWN and "LILLIAN" ETTA FALES. Bride is Mary Elizabeth Wilder, parents are Alfred Irwin Wilder and Charlotte A. Andrews.

    1918 March 26 Death & Military Record of EDWARD A. BROWN:
    Name: Edward A Brown
    Residence: Massachusetts
    Occupation: Shoemaker
    Age at Enlistment: 23
    Enlistment Date: 20 Aug 1862
    Rank at enlistment: Private
    State Served: Massachusetts
    Survived the War?: Yes
    Service Record: Enlisted in Company I, Massachusetts 5th Infantry Regiment on 16 Sep 1862.
    Mustered out on 02 Jul 1863 at Camp Lander, Wenham, MA.
    Enlisted in Company E, Massachusetts 5th Infantry Regiment on 22 Jul 1864.
    Mustered out on 16 Nov 1864 at Readville, MA.
    Birth Date: abt 1839
    Death Date: 26 Mar 1918
    Sources: Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors and Marines in the Civil WarGAR Dept of Massachusetts 1866-1947 (Sargent)

    1923 March 10 Death Record Hudson, MA. MARIA B. BROWN, age 89, born in Lunenburg, Vermont; lived on Forest Avenue, Hudson; spouse Captain DAVID L. BROWN; she died of cerebral hemorrhage; parents: Reuben Bell & Mahala Whipple, they were born in Vermont.
    ____________________________________

    David L. Brown is mentioned in a History of Marlborough, MA:
    http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924028816052/cu31924028816052_djvu.txt

    "The project of building a Soldiers' Monument to commemorate the most important event of the 18th century, and as a tribute to the heroic men who wrought out the salvation of a nation at the sacrifice of their
    lives, was agitated here in 1867, and at a town meeting held January 4th, 1868, a committee, with Capt. William S. Frost, Commander of Post 43, as chairman, Rufus Howe, Charles F. Morse, David L. Brown, John Rock, John S. Fay, and Edward L. Bigelow, were chosen to procure plans and select a spot for a monument to be erected to the memory of our deceased soldiers."
    _______________________________________

    SOURCE: excerpt from Paul Brodeur's research at this website:
    http://www.slideshare.net/pebrodeur/marlboro-and-the-civil-war-9661327

    The Taking of the John Brown Bell from Harpers Ferry

    "On Fast Day, which occurred Sept 26, 1861, Lieut. David L. Brown and fifteen others of the Company I crossed the river and procured a rope at a store nearby, then climbed to the roof of the engine house, disconnected the bell from the belfry and proceeded to lower it.

    "Just as it reached the edge of the roof, the rope parted and the bell dropped striking on the flagstone, chipped off a few pieces from the flange, but not enough however to injure the tone of the bell. We then loaded it on the scows and took it across the river."

    ~ Lysander Parker, under oath, 1909
  • Married Name: circa 1865; Mrs. Catherine S Brown (Wells);
    Spouse

    Photo
    Edward Austin Brown

    1839–1918
    1

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Lucy A Baker1

F, #94583, b. 29 May 1849, d. 18 March 1926
  • Reference: FAG
  • Name Variation: Lydia A Baker
  • Married Name: 6 November 1873; Mrs. Wells (Baker)

Family: George Thomas Wells b. 25 Dec 1849, d. 6 Mar 1925

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Catherine Reid Huskie1

F, #94584, b. 11 April 1884, d. 14 July 1967
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 11 April 1884; ScotlandG1
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 19 November 1914; Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, USAG; Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915
    Name:      Catherine R Huskie
    Age:      30
    Birth Year:      abt 1884
    Birth Place:      Scotland
    Marriage Date:      19 Nov 1914
    Marriage Place:      Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
    Father:      James Huskie
    Mother:      Catherine Huskie
    Spouse:      Arthur W Wells; Groom=Arthur William Wells
  • Death*: 14 July 1967; Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG; U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
    U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014 No Image
    Text-only collection

    Report issue

    Name:      Catherine Wells
    SSN:      022-36-4942
    Last Residence:      
    02134 Allston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
    BORN:      11 Apr 1884
    Died:      Jul 1967
    State (Year) SSN issued:      Massachusetts (1963)
  • Burial*: 14 July 1967; Newton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, USAG; Daughter of James and Catherine (Hotchkiss) Huskie.
  • Married Name: 19 November 1914; Mrs. Wells (Huskie)

Family: Arthur William Wells b. 1882, d. 27 Jun 1941

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Ida Maria Taylor1

F, #94585, b. 1870, d. 23 June 1920
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1889; Mrs. Wells (Taylor)

Family: David W Wells b. c 1870, d. 4 Mar 1950

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Abbie Julia Meader1

F, #94586, b. 24 November 1869, d. 9 May 1943
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1890; Mrs. Wells (Meader)

Family: George Stanley Wells b. 1850, d. 19 Sep 1924

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Amy Celinea Bullard1

F, #94587, b. 1862, d. 1947
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1880; Mrs. Wells (Bullard)

Family: Herbert Clifford Wells b. 29 Oct 1861, d. 17 Dec 1898

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Agnes T Wells1

F, #94588, b. 10 September 1918, d. 24 February 2012
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 10 September 1918; IrelandG1
  • Death*: 24 February 2012
  • Burial*: 24 February 2012; Needham, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, USAG; TERRAZZINO, Agnes T. (Wells) Of Gainesville, Georgia, formerly of Needham, Feb. 24.
    Beloved wife of the late Peter Terrazzino.
    Loving mother of Annette R. Churchill and her husband John H. of Gainesville, GA, Eileen M. Mahr and her husband Thomas O. of Raleigh, NC. Grandmother of Christopher, Garrett and Brittany Churchill, Leah and Rachel Mahr. Sister of the late Marguerite A. Lozier. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.
    Funeral from the George F. Doherty & Sons Funeral Home, 1305 Highland Ave. (Exit 19B off Rte. 128), NEEDHAM, Saturday, March 3 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church, Needham, at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Friday 4-8.
    Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Needham. Expressions of sympathy may be made in Agnes' memory to the charity of your choice.
    Late retired Supervisor for the Arthur D. Little Company of Cambridge.
    For directions & guestbook www.gfdoherty.com George F. Doherty & Sons Needham 781-444-0687

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Carolyn Cifu1

F, #94589, b. 1924, d. 1998
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1945; Mrs. Wells (Cifu)

Family: James Francis Wells b. 26 Feb 1926, d. 4 Jul 2001

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Beatrice Mallowes1

F, #94590, b. 1894, d. 1964
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1915; Mrs. Wells (Mallowes)

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Elizabeth Baxter1

F, #94591, b. 1838, d. 16 April 1901
  • Reference: FAG
  • Birth*: 1838; Nova Scotia, CanadaG1
  • (Bride) Marriage*: circa 1855; Groom=Levi Wells
  • Death*: 16 April 1901
  • Burial*: 16 April 1901; Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts, USAG; Daughter of William and
    Ann (Ross) Baxter.
    Wife of Levi Wells.

    Deaths Registered in the Town of Plymouth
    April 16, 1901
    Elizabeth Baxter
    widow of Levi Wells
    63 years, 6 months, 4 days
    Cause of death: Chronic Endocarditis
    Residence: Plymouth
    Place of death: Plymouth
    Place of burial: Plymouth
    Occupation: At Home
    Names & birthplace of parents:
    William Baxter, Nova Scotia
    Ann Ross, Nova Scotia
    v. 518 cn 68
    GS film #2057734
    Digital folder #4289819
    Image #815 familysearch.org
  • Married Name: circa 1855; Mrs. Wells (Baxter)

Family: Levi Wells b. c 1835

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Carrie J Willard1

F, #94592, b. 15 December 1824, d. 24 January 1903
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1845; Mrs. Wells (Willard)

Family: Amos Wells b. c 1820

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Bertha M Barnes1

F, #94593, b. 6 December 1918, d. 20 December 2003
  • Reference: FAG
  • Name Variation: circa 1935; Mrs. Bertha Fiser (Barnes); She married the late Everett Fiser and made her home in Paducah for many years. He precedes her in death
  • Married Name: 2 October 1993; Mrs. Wells (Barnes)

Family: Otis Wells b. 26 Sep 1929, d. 23 Oct 2016

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Ada Frances Putnam1

F, #94594, b. 7 August 1853, d. 18 November 1983
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: 11 November 1873; Mrs. Wells (Putnam)

Family: Frederick H Wells b. 1851, d. 27 Sep 1929

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Sarah E Belcher1

F, #94595, b. 1841, d. 1916
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1860; Mrs. Wells (Belcher)

Family: Pvt. Owen O Wells b. 1838, d. 1915

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Patricia E Bucci1

F, #94596, b. 1934, d. 12 December 1996
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1950; Mrs. Wells (Bucci)

Family: George F Wells b. 30 Aug 1931, d. 19 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

Helen Grace Tetley1

F, #94597, b. 13 August 1906, d. 28 February 1996
  • Reference: FAG
  • Name Variation: Grace Tetley
  • Married Name: circa 1925; Mrs. Wells (Tetley)

Family 1: Ralph E Wells b. c 1900

Family 2:

Citations

  1. Unknown author, FINDAGRAVE.COM, Record Type: CEMETERY.

James Wells

M, #94598, b. 1850, d. 1923
  • Reference: FAG

Family: Margaret _____ b. 1859, d. 1932

Margaret _____

F, #94599, b. 1859, d. 1932
  • Reference: FAG
  • Married Name: circa 1880; Mrs. Wells (_____)

Family: James Wells b. 1850, d. 1923

Mason Odell Wells

M, #94600, b. 14 November 1929, d. 19 July 2012
  • Reference: W010 ID007
  • Birth*: 14 November 1929; Grand Island, Grand Island Co., Nebraska, USAG
  • (Groom) Marriage: 1950; Greenport, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG; Bride=Geraldine Smith
  • Death*: 19 July 2012; Oceanside, San Diego Co., California, USAG
  • Obituary*: circa 20 July 2012; Cutchogue, Suffolk Co. (Long Island), New York, USAG; OBITUARY
    Mason Odell Wells
    NOVEMBER 14, 1929 – JULY 19, 2012
    Mason O. Wells of Oceanside, California, formally of Southhold died at his home on July 19, 2012. He was 81 years old.
    He was born November 14, 1929 in Grand Island, Nebraska, then moved to Hillsdale, Michigan where he was raised by his grandparents, Ada and Dr. John M. Wells. During this time, they summered at the family farm on Skunk Lane Cutchogue, Long Island. After his grandfather retired they moved to Cutchogue, where Mason met and married his wife Geraldine Smith from Greenport, Long Island in 1950.

    During his time on the east end of Long Island, Mason played on the Greenport Rams, a semipro football team, worked on the bunker boats as a Pilot. He was Captain of Packard Hose Co. Southold Fire Dept. and Captain of their Racing Team. He was a partner with his brother-in-law Joseph Smith in a masonry construction Co. After that he was a partner in Uhl & Wells, a general construction Co., building houses and small commerical buildings. After leaving Uhl & Wells, he worked as a construction superintendent on many projects on Long Island. He was asked to supervise the construction of a hospital for the Offutt Air Force base in Omaha, Nebraska. Upon completion he was offered a job in the San Diego, California area from there he retired.

    He was a very proud of his heritage; his family was a direct decedent of the first settlers of Cutchogue, Long Island. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine, two daughters, Constance of Vista, California and karen of Southold, New York, two sons, David and Spencer both of Vista, California.

    Mason's cremated remains will be interred at the family plot (Barnabus T. Billard) at Methodist Church of Cutchogue to be with his grandparents
  • Residence*: circa 1940; Michigan, USA
  • Residence: circa 2000; San Diego, San Diego Co., California, USAG
  • Note*: after 19 July 2012; Oceanside, San Diego Co., California, USAG; Mason O. Wells of Oceanside, California, formally of Southhold died at his home on July 19, 2012. He was 81 years old.

    He was born November 14, 1929 in Grand Island, Nebraska, then moved to Hillsdale, Michigan where he was raised by his grandparents, Ada and Dr. John M. Wells. During this time, they summered at the family farm on Skunk Lane Cutchogue, Long Island. After his grandfather retired they moved to Cutchogue, where Mason met and married his wife Geraldine Smith from Greenport, Long Island in 1950.

    During his time on the east end of Long Island, Mason played on the Greenport Rams, a semipro football team, worked on the bunker boats as a Pilot. He was Captain of Packard Hose Co. Southold Fire Dept. and Captain of their Racing Team. He was a partner with his brother-in-law Joseph Smith in a masonry construction Co. After that he was a partner in Uhl & Wells, a general construction Co., building houses and small commerical buildings. After leaving Uhl & Wells, he worked as a construction superintendent on many projects on Long Island. He was asked to supervise the construction of a hospital for the Offutt Air Force base in Omaha, Nebraska. Upon completion he was offered a job in the San Diego, California area from there he retired.

    He was a very proud of his heritage; his family was a direct decedent of the first settlers of Cutchogue, Long Island. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine, two daughters, Constance of Vista, California and karen of Southold, New York, two sons, David and Spencer both of Vista, California.

    Mason's cremated remains will be interred at the family plot (Barnabus T. Billard) at Methodist Church of Cutchogue to be with his grandparents.

    Donations in lieu of flowers to Hospice of the North Coast

Family: Geraldine Smith b. c 1930, d. a 19 Jul 2012