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151 Center Cemetery ALDEN, Ruth (I2355)
152 Center Cemetery SPRAGUE, Lieut. Samuel (I2354)
153 Center Cemetery SPRAGUE, Noah (I2356)
154 Center Cemetery SPRAGUE, Ruth (I2362)
155 Center Conway Cemetery METCALF, Marilyn Ina (I1242)
156 Cerebral hemorrhage SCOTT, Thomas Herbert (I166)
157 Certificate #408-14400 Family (F26)
158 Certificate #512721 METCALF, Ida Mae (I1228)
159 Certificate #6208832 METCALF, Leroy Whipple (I2395)
160 Certificate #6608713 HUTCHERSON, Lucius O (I11)
161 Certificate #6910001 METCALF, Clifford (I2407)
162 Certificate #7103125 METCALF, Leon Alfred (I1247)
163 Certificate #7207639 HUTCHERSON, Murl Crystal (I1248)
164 Certificate #736-34801 Family (F26)
165 Certificate #8101217 METCALF, Everett Alba (I2406)
166 Certificate #8604179 WEEKS, Sarah Isabel (I1224)
167 Chas Jr is born. Family (F9)
168 Chronic diarrhea GREENE, Bertha L (I117)
169 Chronic interstitial nephritis.  BROWN, Ida Annie (I654)
170 Church of All Saints METCALF, Mark (I341)
171 Clifford never married. He lived on the family farm with his brother, Roy (Leroy) and family. Mazie, Clifford's niece, took care of him while he was ill and to his death. METCALF, Clifford (I2407)
172 Completed General Course of study. At graduation, she read her essay "The Boundless Purpose of the King." (Carol has the event program.) METCALF, Ruth Rebecca (I1194)
173 Conflicting info has 1738 in Wrentham, MA, and 21 Oct 1744 in Medway (Medfield) MA. ALLEN, Jesse (I2142)
174 Conflicting info on DOB METCALF, Gerald Leroy (I1276)
175 Conflicting information for day of death: 21st SIBLEY, Jonathan Jr (I40)
176 Consumption. ANDERSON, Harry Heath (I1294)
177 Consumption. ANDERSON, William H. (I376)
178 Contrary to burial information, the year of death sometimes used online is 1755, likely based upon a will probate date of 29 Apr 1755. According to other records, this probate date should be 29 Apr 1757.  MANN, Thomas (I669)
179 Daniel BOULTER is listed on the 1850 US census for Standish, Maine, in Olive DRESSER's household, along with several of her children. On the 1860 US census, she is still in Standish, now as Olive BOULTER, but he is in the Royal BOULTER household in Unity, Maine, where he can also be found in 1870. Olive is in Standish, as DRESSER, with son Daniel DRESSER on the 1870 US census. Family (F900)
180 Date calculated from death record: 54 years, 7 mos, 9 days. CROWNINGSHIELD, Harriett A (I2167)
181 Date of birth is 20 Aug according to 1901 Canadian census; on gravestone it's 25 Nov.  AUDETTE, Marie Excebie (I157)
182 Date used is from death record. It's Sep 1863 according to the 1900 US census. DAY, Alvira (I98)
183 Dates of John's death and marriage to Mary are 1711 or 1712, but this also applies to Mary's marriage to Ichabod WARNER. If she did marry John 5 Mar 1711, and he died later in 1711, then a 1712 re-marriage date is possible. However, the same day and month seen in online records is unlikely to be accurate. If John dies in 1718, then Mary and John must have separated. All of this needs verification. Family (F879)
184 Dau Alice marries John WILLIAMS. After her death, WILLIAMS marries Margaret, dau of Joseph's brother Jonathan METCALF and wife HANNAH Avery.  METCALF, Reverend Joseph (I2237)
185 Dau of John KENDRIC and Anna SATWELL. KENDRIC, Hannah (I2229)
186 Dau of Lt Thomas FULLER and Hannah FLOWER, and wid of John KINGSBURY (1643-1669). Dau Elizabeth (b 23 Nov 1668) raised in METCALF household, along with approximately seven more children.  FULLER, Elizabeth (I2221)
187 Dau of Rev William ADAMS and Alice BRADFORD (granddaughter of Gov. William BRADFORD). After Jos. METCALF's death, Abiel marries an Isaac CHAUNCEY. ADAMS, Abiel (I2238)
188 Daughter of James REDMAN of Twiselton and Maud REDMAN (1469-1546), daughter of Geoffrey REDMAN of Thorton Ireby. James is the son of William REDMAN of Twiselton and Urswick (d. 20 May 1536) and Margaret TUNSTALL, daughter of Sir Thomas TUNSTALL. REDMAN, Unknown (Leonard) (I232)
189 Daughter Sary born 23 May 1649. Family (F852)
190 Death record is unavailable for online viewing as of 2022, but he's listed on Page 136 as "Summers Brown" and his mother as "Mary Belle Brown." ("Rhode Island Town Deaths Index, 1639-1932", Database. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : 18 July 2022.) BROWN, Sumner (I2127)
191 Dennett Plot. (Her name on cemetery record card is DRESSER.) DENNETT, Olive (I2341)
192 Dennis Village Cemetery SPRAGUE, Elizabeth (I2357)
193 Despite information in various pedigrees, the name of this person is unknown, according to "Metcalfe: History of the Clan," published by the Metcalfe Society: "... the statement in Dugdale's visitation of 1664-5...that James married 'a daughter of Gibson of Ireby Hall, Lancs', emanates from one of Sir William Slingsby's 'additions' to the visitation of 1584, which is unsupported by a shred of evidence." (Pg 71)  Metcalf, Unknown (Capt James) (I254)
194 Detailed information about him: "Sprague Families in America" by Dr. Warren Vincent Sprague (1913) SPRAGUE, Francis (I2371)
195 Diamond Hill WHIPPLE, David (I80)
196 Diamond Hill area METCALF, Laura Grace (I650)
197 Died at birth. Uncle Roy, Leon's brother, made a small box and buried the baby in the Metcalf lot. METCALF, Alfred Rodney (I133)
198 Died at Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME.

Buried in the Steep Falls Cemetary in Standish, ME.

Raymond was born at Smith Mills, Standish, Maine, attended schools there. The family lived in Steep Falls, ME. As a child he was ill with a "blocked heart" and sickly. When he was in high school no longer ill he played both basketball and baseball. His coach was Rupert Johnson. During a high school basketball game he knocked out a front tooth which the coach pushed back in and he never had a problem with it.
He worked in the lumber business for Gunter's Mill in Steep Falls for Steward Gunter and later at Main's Mill, Windham, Me for Kenneth Mains. He was an avid fisherman and hunter. He was a Maine Guide on Sebago Lake, ME. While in high school he dated Arlene Linscott whom he eventually got back together with after the death of his first wife, Ardel Anderson. He had been a widower for nine years.
He and Ardel had a daughter, born in 1945 that died shortly after birth and in 1947 they had another child, Carol Ray Lewis.
He lived in Steep Falls, Standish, Gray, and Windham, Maine.
He was active in the fire departments in both Steep Falls and Windham.
At the age of 5 his daughter, Carol, came in contact with high tension wires at the Main's mill. Raymond and Ardel gave he artificial respiration prior to and during transportation to the Maine Eye and Ear Hospital. After numerous skin graftings and a two month stay in the hospital she went home.
In 1955 his wife, Ardel became ill with nephritis (kidney disease). She died in 1956 at the age of 36. Raymond and Carol had moved in to live with his parents in Steep Falls during her illness. After her death Raymond's parents moved to Windham to live with both he and Carol.
Raymond worked at the Men's Correction Facility in South Windham.
In 1965 he married Arlene Linscott Stearns.
He and Arlene traveled to the Canary Islands, Alaska, and on numerous fishing trips to different parts of Maine. He enjoyed fishing Mooselookmeguntic Lake and Moosehead Lake. They made a trip every year to Frost Pond Camps at the base of Mt. Katardin.
He enjoyed snowmobiling and bowling. Bowling on many leagues.
He fought cancer of the stomach for many years. At the time of his death he had lapsed into a coma and when he heard the voices of his sisters, Amy and Eleanor, he opened his eyes to see them and then passed away. He had waited for them to arrive.... Eleanor had flown in from Florida. 
LEWIS, Raymond Francis (I633)
199 Died of arterosclerosis ANDERSON, Harold Whidden (I675)
200 Died shortly after birth of daughter Tabitha. BALLOU, Tabitha (I457)

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