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101 Babs describes Hap in 1997:

"In Hap's retirement he glues everything: shingles on the roof (individually), bricks on steps, two chimneys at Meem's house, then spray painted them green. The roof is tin & chinese red.

He glued Elizabeth's nose together when she jumped on the bed!

He owns his own plane, motorcycle and boats. He is an excellent craftsman: cement work, wood work."

He is very religious. 
Tucker, Eugene Standish (I473)
 
102 Babs describes her sister, Bernice, in 1997: "Queenie Bee" Talented artist, excellent homemaker. Good mother, frugal, world traveler in these later years. Follows in "Meems" footsteps in kitchen. Would rather be dead than have white hair like all the old ladies in Florida.
Loves jewelry. Bernice & Giovi built a new home in Lutz, Florida with Pat's familiy ensconsed.
Pack Rat, pickle maker, gave ceramic lessons. Had a kiln in her basement. Made lots of $. Busy nursery driver (?) 
Clemente, Bernice B. (I464)
 
103 Babs describes herself in 1997: Built their home 50 years ago on Denton Ave. Plan to sell and sponge on relatives for the next six months.
" Junk & antique collector. Pack Rat like all the Clementes. Throws out nothing.
"Another Martha Stewart. I can do anything Martha can do... only better!.
KLUTZ.
Loves babies, sun and puppies. Not cats. Afraid of horses and hates snakes. A firm believer in lots of manure on all crops. 
Clemente, Barbara Edith (I465)
 
104 Babs writing about Barbara: "Bab's as a child had on a Scottish tam, that my father had brought from Scotland. On the train, she was asked if she ever so a Scotsman before. She said, "No, but I saw a drunk man once". Tucker, Barbara Mary (I474)
 
105 Bernice Zobay: Andrew was born in 1900 in Czech.

(T. Gould, e-mail, 3/2/1999): I was looking through the Kacmar background and I am the daughter of Raymond (Kacmar) Katchmar. My grandfather Andrew changed our name to Katchmar years ago. My grandfather married Anna Salata and my father Raymond was born October 11, 1917 married Elizabeth Faw in 1947.
My parents Raymond and Elizabeth are deceased. My mother died in 1982 and my father died in 1994. They are greatly missed.
Alvin, Lucille and Andrew Katchmar are still alive. Alvin and Lucille Shawback live in Streator. Andrew is in a nursing home in Michigan. 
Katchmar, Andrew John (I127)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Burgess, B. (I382)
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Clemente, W.A. (I383)
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pacheco, P.J. (I201)
 
109 Birth name: Andras Majercsin Majercsin, Andras (I22)
 
110 Birth year assumes an age of 20 at the time of her sons birth. (Range: 1810-1822). Vojtko, Maria (I1824)
 
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Peters, P. (I35)
 
112 Birth year is taken from headstone. Macio y Carvalho, Guillerma (I238)
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brewer, H. (I1476)
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brewer, K. (I886)
 
115 Birthday notes: Year and month both come from 1861 Baptismal record, 1869 Pusovce Census, the Kracunovce Marriage Record and 1900 US Census. Majircsin, Andras (I646)
 
116 Birthplace comes from her marriage record. Cartier, Georgianna (I373)
 
117 Birthplace origin is from immigration ships record. Majercin, Mary Ann (I105)
 
118 BOB WALL STEPS DOWN AS FIRE CHIEF: TOM DOHERTY NEW CHIEF
Fishers Island Gazette
February 1988, Page 1

Bob Wall stepped down this winter after almost 15 years as chief of the Fishers Island Fire Department.
"After so many years, it's time for a change," said Mr. Wall. "I'd like to spend more time around the house."
Mr. Wall is being succeeded by Tom Doherty, who took over as fire chief on January 1. Mr. Doherty, general manager of Gada Contracting, is a 14 year veteran of the fire department. He has most recently served as first assistant.
Mr. Wall became fire chief in 1972. With the exception of two years in the early 80's when he temporarily stepped down, Mr. Wall has been fire chief ever since.
"There have been a lot of changes over the years," Mr. Wall said. "The biggest change is in the medical area. The fire department used to just fight fires. But a big part of the fire department is now medical."
Many members of the fire department are now trained as emergency medical technicians (EMTS). Mr. Wall estimates that being fire chief takes 10 to 12 hours a week.
"There is a lot of responsibility to the job," Mr. Wall said. "While I was fire chief, we never lost a man. It isn't as if I did anything special but that is a good feeling."
Unlike mainland fire departments, the F.I. fire department cannot rely on mutual aid for support from other departments in any fire. "We are all on our own over here," he said. "We have to take care of every emergency ourselves."
Mr. Wall recounts the most dramatic events during his tenure as chief were the fire at The Laughlin House in the early 70's and the search on Long Island Sound for two Pirates Cove employees in blizzard conditions in the winter of 1978.
Mr. Wall who now works for the F.I. Water Department after many years as a mechanical contractor, said he will remain active in the Fire Department.
Mr. Doherty says he does not envision any changes in the department. "Bobby has done an excellent job over the years," he said. "I'll try to maintain the good work he has done."
Mr. Doherty received a quick initiation. There were two runs on the Sea Stretcher for medical emergencies on his first day as chief. 
Wall, Robert Ernest (I439)
 
119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Katchmar, A.J. (I148)
 
120 Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend. 
Burns, Joseph Thomas (I1614)
 
121 Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend. 
Burns, Mary Katherine (I1643)
 
122 Burial: April 26, 1903, St. John's Cemetery, Middle Village, NY, section 13, range C, plot 109. Herold, Barbara Mary (I454)
 
123 California Death Index Abstract:
Last Name First Name DOB POB POD Birth Date SSN AGE
Morales Blossom B 2/8/1932 Hawaii San Mateo 2/18/1975 575-28-4511 43yrs 
Salve, Blossom (I284)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F549
 
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stanis, J.J. (I741)
 
126 Carvalho See also Carabalho, Caraballo, Caravalho, Caravyo, Cavalho, Cavallo Macio y Carvalho, Guillerma (I238)
 
127 Cause of Death:
Catarrhal Enteritis Acute

Record Collection:
Hawaii, Death Records and Death Registers, 1841-1925 
Pacheco, Domingo (I249)
 
128 Cause of Death: Pnuemonia
Name on Death Certificate: Majerchen 
Majercin, John (I15)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Campbell, C.G. (I1473)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kaufman, C.G. (I1767)
 
131 CLEMENTE, BARBARA
DATE OF BIRTH: 10/21/1896
DATE OF DEATH: 06/10/1984
BURIED AT: SECTION D SITE 1321
LONG ISLAND NATIONAL CEMETERY
2040 WELLWOOD AVENUE FARMINGDALE, NY 11735-1211
(631) 454-4949
WIFE OF CLEMENTE, WILLIAM WILSON
LT COL US ARMY 
Wagner, Barbara Marie (I452)
 
132 CLEMENTE, WILLIAM WILSON
LT COL US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
DATE OF BIRTH: 11/22/1898
DATE OF DEATH: 11/17/1952
Service Start Date: 22 Dec 1941
Service End Date: 15 Sep 1944
BURIED AT: SECTION D SITE 1321
LONG ISLAND NATIONAL CEMETERY
2040 WELLWOOD AVENUE FARMINGDALE, NY 11735-1211
(631) 454-4949 
Clemente, William Wilson (I451)
 
133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Keller, C.D. (I27)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majercin, G.G. (I10)
 
135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F213
 
136 Cremation. Ceremony held near Silver Strand State Beach, Coronado, California. Lowe, Sheryl Ann (I32)
 
137 Dad had an accident Sunday, 9-28-03 at home. He was coming up the back steps (he was on the second step) and he fell backwards. He broke the inside of his right shoulder bone. He is in pain. My brother and sister brought him back to the VA twice all ready, 10-4-03 and 10-7-03. The 4th because his shoulder swelled up, the 7th because of his breathing. Today, he is doing alright. I have checked with all of the medical personnel here and wrote everything down and informed my father what he has to do..AS IF HE WOULD LISTEN!! Majercin, Carl Francis (I16)
 
138 Date assumes his age as 22 at the time of his sons birth. Peticzky, Joannes (I1823)
 
139 Date comes from Streator Times news article. Dorothy's parents posted a note of thanks in the 11 June 1918 edition. Majercin, Dorothy (I14)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Petersen, G. (I1434)
 
141 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Enos, G. (I1683)
 
142 Date of birth from Soc. Security is listed as: 12 Dec 1910. Sauer, Margaret Justina (I592)
 
143 Date of Departure: Jan 29, 1944
Site of Departure: Honolulu, Hawai'i
Date of Arrival: February 5, 1944
Site of Arrival: San Francisco, California
Ship: SS Permanente VOY 25
Last Residence: Honolulu (Territory of Hawaii)
Joining Whom: Lydia Kruze 229 Olumpia & Chabot Sts, Vallejo, CA
Final Destination: Coos Bay, Oregon 
Pacheco, Manuel F. (I247)
 
144 Day Kimball Hospital Wall, Robert Ernest (I439)
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F312
 
146 Death Certificate info (Partial)
Original:
Le premier Avril mil huit cent cinquante huit, nous Pr?tre soussign?, avons inhum?e dans le cimeti?re de cette paroisse le corps de Louis, decedee de juis tres

English Translation:

On 1 April, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, we the undersigned priest, was buried in the cemetery of this parish the body of Louis, who died of very juis 
Paquet, Louis (I641)
 
147 Death certificate lists parents as: Louis Paquette and Angelina Arnault, which should be a misspelling of GARNEAU. Paquet, Joseph Alphonse (I1879)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shirley, D. (I1853)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majerchin, L. (I1370)
 
150 Died at Zamboramo Memorial Hospital, Wallum Lake RI. Paquette, Dora (I374)
 

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