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151 There was a funeral in Sept. 1921 for an Arthur F. Bell. Burial was at Sacred Heart Cemetery. Arthur Francis Bell
152 Mr. Bell could sometimes be observed tending to bee hives which he kept on the property. Ernest was an accountant at Warren Steam Pump company for thirty-seven years. He also was a deacon emeritus in the Congregational church, and served the town as a member of both the School Committee and the Board of Registrars. Charles Ernest Bell
153 marriage 1931 Leo Bell
154 Obituary 6/27/1905 Springfield Daily Republican Cora Emma Bemis
155 Posssibly daughter of Percy and Edith (Whitcomb) b. Groton, MA 4/17/1895. Margaret Lillian Benedict
156 obituary 4/13/1906 Springifed Daily News Emery Whiting Bennett
157 Oliver was a dramatic reader and teacher. He entertained at parties and club meetings.

A burial notice in the Springfield Daily Republican of 11/24/1936 states that he was "a well know elocutionist and singer as a younger man, and was heard on the radio as a reader in recent years."

Only living relative at the time of his death was Mrs. Mary K. Wass of Fitchburg, formerly of West Brookfield. 
Oliver Emerson Bennett
158 online tree says died 1859 Ontario, Canada Danforth Benson
159 Attended Bay Path Institute, Normal Department and won awards for her typing abillity. A newspaper photo from page 6A of the Springfield Sunday Union and Republican, published March 23, 1930, appears with mention of her typing awards. Dorothy Elizabeth Benson
160 An accountant for Warren Pumps, He was a Mason, and a member of the Federated Church. Ralph Hamilton Benson
161 Buried St. Stephen's 19 Oct Mary B. Bergen
162 Played professional baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers. William A Bergen
163 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
164 Applied for Civil War Pension as a widow on Feb. 18, 1907. Emma Jane Bigelow
165 Probate Case # 5549 Adm. "Massachusetts, Worcester County, Probate Files, 1731-1881," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1971-37333-6118-75?cc=2102083&wc=M9HT-M68:n190286863 : accessed 24 Feb 2014), Worcester > Case no 5490-5577, Bigelow, Lewis R-Bigelow, Walter B, 1731-1881 > image 724 -7521215. Samuel Fay Bigelow
Serena Bigney
167 Property on Main St. was sold by daughter Susan BIll to H. Stanley and Mary P. Smith after Dr. Bill's death. Clement E. Bill
168 In 1917 Eleanor was instructor for physical training at the Fort Wayne, Indiana YWCA Eleanor Sophia Bill
169 Recipient of the Boston Post Cane. 2012 Alice Bishop
170 Name Eunice P. LYNDE - LYND
Probate Record 1879
Location West Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Original Text LYNDE, Eunice P.
Case_Number 38120
Case Type Will
Note page 1 of 15
Volume Name Worcester Cases 38000-39999
Page 38120:1
Eunice Bissell
171 1884 -Pleaded guily in court to stealing a gold watch and chain belonging to Charles F. Davis.

Marriage record in North Brookfield in 1886 with entry crossed out bride was Nettie Adams
John Charles M. Blackmer
172 Ralph was a Prisoner Of War during World War II. Ralph Byron Blackmer
173 Obituary Brookfield Times 17 Feb 1888- gives death date as 28 Jan 1928. He died at his home. Son of Rev John Backmer, and brother of Rev William Blackmer. Left a widow and a son.
1886-04-16 - 1891-12-30 pages 0201-0300 image 7
Rufus E. Blackmer
174 53 Wedding anniversary account Mar. 25, 1937 Springfield Daily Republican, p. 6 William E. Blackmer
175 Probate Administration 1902 Worcester County, Case No. 30173 William Penn Blackmer
176 Edited Women's Journal.
Had a part in the founding of the American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869 
Henry Brown Blackwell
177 Children Florence Dix, Carl Blair Charles Bishop Blair
178 Cora was a teacher at the Clarke Institute in Northampton. Cora Louisa Blair
179 Mr. Blair sold groceries and dry goods and was a leading businessman in West Brookfield. He was also the Postmaster during Abraham Lincoln's first term. At the time of his death Mr. Blair was Treasurer for the town of West Brookfield. Ezra Hutchins Blair
180 Captain of Amherst College baseball team.

Frank Blair, one of two founders of the Worcester Daily Telegram, was a well known newspaper man in Boston, Worcester, and New York. He and Mrs. Blair spent summers in West Brookfield, and winters in the Prince George hotel in New York City. 
Frank W. Blair
181 According to her obituary, Grace once taguht sewing and the Pleasant Hill Academy in Pleasant Hill, Tennessee. Grace Kendrick Blair
182 Susan WEBBER 1880 Worcester, Massachusetts, United States Will 62673 West Brookfield Susan Blair
183 Warren A. Blair was a prominent and influencial citizen in West Brookfield for most his life. He was a farmer as a young man. Later he was a director in the Agawam Woolen Company.

Warren, an active Republican, served the town of West Brookfield as an assessor for twenty-four years. He also served as a selectman for seven years, and as overseer of the poor for fourteen years.

He was influencial in the Congregation church and was known to be generous in his support of the church; as well as, the town and the poor and unfortunate.

Source: Obituary of Warren A. Blair - Worcester Daily Spy; May 4, 1901; p. 6 
Warren Augustine Blair
184 Was living in Polk County, Iowa by 1905 and probably by 1892
From FindaGrave Memorial "Blair, William H., died Apr 15, 1912 Nodaway Twp, Page County, Iowa; born 61yr Mass; married; parents unknown born Mass; buried West Brookfield, Mass."
Info thanks to Pat O'Dell (47147856) [Have not been able to verify.] 
William H. Blair
185 iInherited $25,000 from her mother and $1,000,000 from her uncle, Albert H. Blanchard of New York. Abbie Francis Blanchard
186 First husband William Keen Abbott married in Hatfiled, MA Nov 1905 Mabel Blanchard
187 Obituary Spencer Leader says died Oct. 10 at his home on Long Hill. Ira Erastus Blancher
188 In 1907 Albert resigned his position as instructor of mechanical engineering at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, a position he had held for five years. He then accepted a position with the Baxter stove company of Mansfield, Ohio as assistant superintendent. Albert Leslie Bliss
189 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
190 Enlisted in the WAVES in 1942. Elizabeth B. Bliss
191 Marriage recorded in West Brookfield, Massachusetts and Essex, Vermont. Minister was from Burlington, Vermont. Where did it take place? Helen E. Bliss
192 Lucian's obituary states that he married Abigail Bigelow in 1850. I did not find a marriage in MA Vital records. Lucian Emerson Bliss
193 Brookfield VR show a daughter Sarah Jane Rogers, born to Benjamin and Sarah on 9/13/1831. Rogers, William Edwin, s. Benjamin and Sarah, b. July 5, 1836 [possibly same person as William Gilbert born July 5, 1833, son of B. Frankin Rogers and Sarah Bliss..
Benjamin F., son Benjamin and Sarah, b. Jan. 29, 1839. Also in Brookfield VR - Rogers, Sarah w. of Benjamin, died Mar. 3, 1842.
Sarah Bliss
194 Graduated West field Normal School in 1864, and Berkshire Normal , Pittsfield in 1865.
Founded Brookfield Medical club in 1882. 
Albert George Blodget
195 Belle and Elias had 6 children . The first five were born in Newtonville, MA and the youngest was born in Williamette, Illinois. Belle Blodget
196 Was Warden of the Town Farm in West Brookfield Elmer H. Blodgett
197 http://www.brookfieldsresearch.com/Newspaper%20PDF/1943-01-01%20-%201945-12-28/1943-01-01%20-%201945-12-28%20pages%200001-0100.pdf
newspaper ad for Lotta blount shop 
William H. Blount
198 Thomas Bond was brother-in-law of henry Penniman Thomas Bond
199 Found in 1910 Census, but not with mother and sisters in 1920. George Albert Boothby
200 Mr. Boothby was West Brookfield Fire Chief in 1912. He also served many years as a constable and 10 yrs. as police chief in West Brookfield. He retired in 1946 when he decided not to seek reelection citing long years of service and ill health. George Willis Boothby

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