MJ clippings 1

Newspaper clippings from Mildred Johnson's scrapbook. They are from different years that might be fun to try and figure out when. The bottom article about Pearl Rines (before she was Bill Ross's wife) was in the 1930's when she ran into someone on the Stone Pier. I thought it would be fun to highlight these every so often. Lincoln Ciampa the artist was David Hill's mother's brother.

Here are some of the responses I received about the first sheet of Mildren Johnson's scrapbook news clippings.

From Susan Teachout:
"Mrs. H. E. Packard was Minnie Estelle (Curit) (Estes) Packard, who married Dr. Herbert Edson Packard, February 15, 1928. Minnie, with both husbands, her parents [Joshua L. Curit and Maria (Thompson) Curit], her stillborn Estes son, and most of her siblings are buried on Chebeague. Particulars on findagrave.

Captain Alfred E. Hamilton and Helen Amanda Weeks were married March 5, 1863, in Bartlett, New Hampshire. 69th anniversary was March 5, 1932. Priscilla Nida was born March 6, 1932. Edgar Dow "Duffy" White was born March 5, 1932."

Lincoln Lloyd Ciampa, born September 27, 1908, Brockton, Massachusetts. Lincoln's sister Vera A. Ciampa married William George Hill, Jr., June 25, 1932. Vera and William are both buried on Chebeague Island. Details for Vera on findagrave https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=140522277

Captain Charles Greeley Webber was born about 1850, Chebeague Island and died October 22, 1934, Portland, Maine. His great-grandsons: Gerald Maynard Bates, Jr. born September 2, 1925 and Richard C. Bates, born October 12, 1933.

From Vicki Odom: Death date for Charles Greely Webber is 22 Oct 1934.