ARBOUR Albert

ARBOUR Albert

M 1880 - 1955  (74 années)

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  • Nom ARBOUR Albert 
    Naissance 8 mai 1880  Pownal,,Bennington County,Vermont,USA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    _FIL LEGITIMATE_CHILD 
    Décès 27 jan 1955  Brattleboro,,Windham County,Vermont,USA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
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    • * Event:Military WWI Veteran

      * Event:Pallbearers Charles, Louis, and Robert BUCK, and Ernest WELCH

      * Medical Information:He was seriously ill for 3 days & significantly ill for a while before dying. Contributing to death were chronic myocarditis & arteriosclerosis. He also suffered a chronic brainsyndrome for 3 months.

      * Note:

      Albert seems to have never married or had children. In the 1880 Census, Albert was reported as being born in Quebec. This idea again came up during the 1920 Census, when he reportedly immigrated in 1882 and became a naturalized US Citizen in1900. However, the 1910 and 1930 Census returns show him as being born in Vermont, which agrees with his parents' reported immigration in 1878. Furthermore, there is an actual birth record of him among the vital records of Vermont.

      According to his WWI Draft Registration, Albert was born in the US. He was of medium height and medium build with black eyes and black hair.
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      North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Monday 07 Nov 1927
      NORTH POWNAL, VT, HAS FLOOD DAMAGE -- Albert Arbour Saves Train From Plunging Into River By Flagging It Just In Time
      After having had all the telegraph and telephone communication as well as mail service and delivery of food supplies cut off by the flood, North Pownal, VT, which suffered damage estimated at $10,000is now engaged in the task of attempting to restore something like normal condiitons. Selectman John Savery has been one of the most tireless of the relief workers and is still on the job. Greylock Mill Co suffered water damage and will not be able to resume operations for several days, the middle pier under the East River bridge in Pownal was washed away, the Hemlock bridge was washed away, the bridge known as Poor Farm Road is in bad condition, and Friss Hill is impassable. The state line bridge was also badly damaged and traffic from North Adams and Troy is blocked. The eastbound track of the Boston & Maine railroad near the New York State line was washed out. The Minute man passed safely over this bridge on Thursday afternoon, but only the fact that Albert Arbour flagged Train No. 60 a few minutes later, saved that train from toppling into the river. Just after the train had been brought to a stop, the track curved in for a distance of 75 feet and shortly later the track was undermined for 600 feet. Harold Arbour in traveling from Troy, where he attends school, to North Pownal Sunday had to use six different autos provided by the Boston & Maine and reached North Pownal after eight and a half hours of travel.
      ___Bennington Evening Banner (VT) -- Friday 28 Jan 1955
      ALBERT ARBOUR
      Albert Arbour, 74, life-long resident of North Pownal, died Thursday night following a long period of ill health. He had been under treatment in a hospital for 13 days. Mr. Arbour had been employed at the Pownal Tannery since its start and retired about five years ago. Previously he was with the cotton mills in that town. One brother, John Arbour, and one sister, Mrs. Minnie Nedeau, both of NorthPownal, survive. Funeral arrangements are pending. The body is at Walbridge Funeral Home.

      Bennington Evening Banner (VT) -- Monday 31 Jan 1955
      ALBERT ARBOUR
      North Pownal -- A requiem Mass was sung this morning at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church for Albert Arbour, life-long resident of this community. Celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Gerard Brennan.The pallbearers were four nephews: Charles, Louis, and Robert Buck, and Ernest Welch. The body was placed in Park Lawn vault, pending burial in Arlington in the spring.
    ID personne 5724I  ARBOUR-HARBOUR FAMILLES-FAMILIES
    Dernière modif. 23 juin 2018 

    Père ARBOUR Moise,   n. jan 1836, L'Assomption,,Lanaudière,Quebec,CANADA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 1915, ?,,,Massachusetts,USA, Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge ~ 78 années) 
    Mère VAILLANT Melina, Minnie 
    Mariage 9 jan 1861  L'Assomption,,Lanaudière,Quebec,CANADA,Église de l'Assomption de la Bienheureuse Vierge Marie Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    _UST MARRIED 
    ID Famille 321990U  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

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