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Burial Place of George Willloughby Durgin
Posted by: Ron Durgin (ID *****5815) Date: February 19, 2009 at 03:32:12
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George Willoughby is my GGrandfather; George Willoughby Durgin>Carl Benjamin Durgin>William Leo Durgin>Ronald E. Durgin; who died, tragically, in Manchester, Hillsborough, NH August 5, 1904. New Hampshire state records say he was to be buried in Tilton, Belknap, NH.
In my investigations at Tilton and surrounding towns I have not discovered where he is interred. Nor do the family members that I have contacted know. I live in Lawrence, Essex, MA and so the driving is not too bad normally. But the snow and all is too much. His wife, my GGmother Euphemia was not buried with him as she died in 1939. And I suspect that the cause of death had something to do with that. His daughter, Pauline E. Durgin, who married a Mr. William C. Snell from/of Springfield, MA was the informant for her mothers death. Hopefully someone can help myself and other family members to know and pay our respects to him. Thank you, Ron D.


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