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Samuel E. WARREN


Samuel E. Warren Gravestone



Gravestone at beside the Steep Falls Cemetery, Steep Falls, Cumberland, ME

Photo courtesy of Diane Warren Jones



James Henry WARREN


James Henry Warren & Lenora Betsy ARCHIBALD Warren Gravestone



Gravestone at beside the Steep Falls Cemetery, Steep Falls, Cumberland, ME

Photo courtesy of Diane Warren Jones


J. Henry Warren
Special Dispatch to Sunday Telegram

Steep Falls, April 1,- Funeral services for J. Henry Warren, 77, were held at his home Monday, March 20, the Rev. George F. Sebley officiating. Mr. Warren was a carpenter, lumber dealer and was engaged in farming on the old Warren Homestead, where he had lived for many years. His wife died several years ago. Surviving are four sons, Arthur, Neal, Curtis and Benjamin of Steep Falls; a daughter Mrs. Leon Emery of Portsmouth, N. H. and a sister, Mrs. Lilla Chick of South Portland. Burial was in the cemetery here.

Medical Information: James Henry Warren had asthma. He was also deaf in old age.


Lenora Betsy ARCHIBALD

Lenora had an operation years before (abdomen, probably hysterectomy). She had a maid and was recovering from a stroke when she got up and walked over to a tree and dropped dead.

Notes made by Eva Warren: one day she visited my grandmother (Clara Louise Bauckman Warren).


James Henry Warren & Lenora Betsy ARCHIBALD Warren Gravestone



Gravestone at beside the Steep Falls Cemetery, Steep Falls, Cumberland, ME

Photo courtesy of Diane Warren Jones



Curtis Alton WARREN

Steep Falls:  Curtis A. Warren, 62, a lifelong resident of this community and a retired lumberman and mechanic, died in his home here Sunday.  He had been in ill health for many years.

Born November 16, 1900, son of James H. and Lenora Archibald Warren, he was graduated from Standish High School.  He was a member of the Steep Falls Baptist Church where he was for 10 years a deacon and teacher in the Sunday School.

Surviving are his widow, the former Jennie M. Ridlon;  two brothers, James A. and Neil C. Warren of Baldwin and a sister, Mrs. Emma L. Emery of Baldwin and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Steep Falls Baptist Church.


Benjamin WARREN

Benjamin was married a short time to a girl that worked for his father. She left him and went to Texas.  She told my grandmother ( Clara Louise Bauckman Warren) "I believe in treating them rough and telling them nothing".  It turned out that she was leaving him, but nobody knew it at the time.

Medical Information: Benjamin Warren had asthma and diabetes.

Steep Falls, July 2, 1947--Funeral services for Benjamin Warren, 43, who died suddenly Sunday night were held from the home this afternoon.  He was born in Standish, a son of the late James Henry and Lenora Archibald Warren, and spent all of his wife in this village, attending Steep Falls schools.  He was employed by the Lewis Lumber co. as a truck driver.

He is survived by three brothers;  James Arthur and Neil of Baldwin and Curtis of Standish and by one sister, Mrs. Emma Emery of York;  an aunt, Mrs. Lilla Chick of South Portland, seven nephews, two nieces, two grand nieces and two grand nephews and several cousins.  Burial will be in the Steep Falls Cemetery in the family plot.


Alice L. WARREN

The 1905 census of Standish, Maine listed Alice L. Warren (married a Howe) and lived in Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania.


James Arthur WARREN

East Baldwin, Maine--James Arthur Warren, 73, former Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, died unexpectedly at his home Saturday.

He was born at Standish, December 4, 1891, a son of James Henry and Lenora Archibald Warren.  He attended Standish High School.  Mr. Warren was Chairman of the Board of Selectmen 13 years and was 6 years on the school board.  He was a past member of the Town Republican Committee. Mr. Warren was a machinist and a carpenter.  He was employed at the Androscoggin Pulp Co. at Steep Falls from 1909  to 1932 when the mill closed.  He was assistant superintendent and foreman.  He later worked at the firm's South Windham plant until it closed.  Then he worked for the Sebago Forestry Corp. which he helped build.  He was maintenance man until 1946.

Mr. Warren was one of the few persons ever to go over the old mill dam at Steep Falls back in 1910.  He was wheeling waste to the river when he lost his balance and feel over the 20 foot high dam.  He escaped injury.

He was a past member of the Modern Woodsmen of America, and of  Crescent Lodge K of P at Steep Falls.  He was  48 year member of the Standish Lodge of Masons.

Mr. Warren is survived by his widow, Mrs. Gertrude F. Boothby Warren; five sons, Roland, James (Gordon), and Rodney, all of East Baldwin, Donald of Buxton, and Harold of Steep Falls;  two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Winona) Morton of Lovell and Mrs. Iva (Rita) Gerry of Casco;  one brother, Neil C. Warren of East Baldwin;  one sister, Mrs. C. Leon (Emma) Emery of Steep Falls;  17 grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Mason memorial services will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday from 76 State Street, Gorham, Maine.  Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. at the East Baldwin Congregational Church, the Rev. Albert Gaisford and Norman F. Rust, pastor of the Sebago Lake Regional Parish officiating.  Burial will be at Steep Falls in the spring.


Gertrude Florence BOOTHBY

Gertrude F. Boothby--East Baldwin, Maine--Mrs. Gertrude F. Boothby, 75, a lifelong resident, died unexpectedly Thursday at her home.  She was born at Baldwin, Maine September 15, 1894, daughter of Lee Leland and Mary Thorne Boothby.  Her husband, James Arthur Warren died in December 1965.  She was a member of the East Baldwin Congregational Church.  She is survived by five sons, Roland, James Gordon, Charles Rodney, all of East Baldwin,  Donald of Gorham, and Harold of Steep Falls;  two daughters, Mrs. Paul (Winona) Morton of Lovell and Mrs. Ivan (Rita) Gerry of Raymond;  a brother, Kenneth T. Boothby of East Baldwin;  a sister Nellie Coolbroth of Cornish;  17 grandchildren, and a great grandson.  The Rev. Norman F. Rust will officiate aat funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday at the East Baldwin Congregational Church..  Interment will bein the Steep Falls Cemetery.


Roland Elmore WARREN

East Baldwin-Roland E. Warren, 84, died Thursday, February 4, 1999 at the Fryeburg Healthcare Center after a brief illness.  

He was born here, a son of James and Gertrude Boothby Warren, attended local schools and graduated from Standish High School in 1932.

Mr. Warren worked for the W.H. Hinman Co. as a highway construction supervisor.  This company later became Blue Rock Industries.  He later became a supervisor for the Maine Department of Transportation.  

He served with the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Roosevelt era.

He was a member of the Masons Greenleaf Lodge # 117 in Cornish and the East Baldwin Congregational Church.  He enjoyed fishing, reading, picnics, and family gatherings.

In 1942 he married Barbara H. McPherson.

Surviving are his wife of East Baldwin;  three daughters, Bonnita E. Emmons and Caryn A. Sapp, both of East Baldwin, and Astra L. Warren of Bridgton;  three brothers, Rodney of East Baldwin, Harold of Steep Falls, and Donald of Buxton;  a sister Rita Gerry of Casco; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

A graveside service will be held in the spring.  Arrangements are by Raymond-Wentworth Funeral Home in Bridgton.


James Gordon WARREN

James Gordon Warren-----U.S. Air Force
 Entered:   January 17, 1945
 Discharged:  February 13, 1946
 Rank on Discharge:  PFC


Charles Rodney WARREN

Baldwin, Maine--C. Rodney Warren, 71, of Route 113, died June 22, 2000, at his home.

He was born in Baldwin, a son of James and Gertrude Boothby Warren.  He attended Baldwin schools and graduated from Standish High School. Following high school, he started dairy farming at his home in East Baldwin and retired after 40 years of farming.  He raised more than 30 teams of oxen, most of which were shown at the Fryeburg Fair along with his prized cattle. He won numerous ribbons.

Mr. Warren retired in 1984 from Limington Lumber Co. where he worked as a mill foreman.  He served 12 years as a Baldwin Selectman and served on the town Planning Board and Board of Appeals and the Baldwin Historical Society.  He was a member of the Standish Masonic Lodge and was a founding member of the Baldwin Fire Department.  He was a Red Sox fan and also enjoyed spending time at the Saco River with his dog.

Surviving are his wife of 46 years, Eva Harmon Warren;  a son, Dwight of East Baldwin;  a daughter, Jackie Dyer of Steep Falls; two brothers, Donald of Buxton and Harold of Steep Falls;  a sister, Rita Gerry of Raymond;  and five grandchildren.

Visiting hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at York Funeral Chapel on Maple Street in Cornish.  The Standish Masonic Lodge will conduct a Masonic service at 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral chapel followed bya funeral service with the Rev. Greg young officiating.  Burial will be in the Steep Falls Cemetery.

Charles Rodney Warren-----U.S. Army, Inf.
 Entered:  January 9, 1951
 Discharged:  December 24, 1952
 Arrived in Germany:  November 1, 1951
 Left Germany:  December 11, 1952
 Rank at Discharge:  Staff Sergeant


Neil Clifford WARREN



Neil Clifford Warren & Clara Louise BAUCKMAN Warren



Photo courtesy of Diane Warren Jones


East Baldwin--Neil C. Warren, 80, died Sunday at a Portland hospital.  He was born in Standish, October 6, 1895, a son of James and lenora Archibald Warren.  He was a life long resident of East Baldwin, having been educated in Standish.  Mr. Warren served in the Navy during World War I and was married in East Baldwin on December 31, 1919 to Clara Bauckman of East Baldwin who survives.

He was employed for many years as a foreman by the former Androscoggin Pulp Co. at Steep Falls and South Windham and also was a fireman for the Sebago Forestry Corp. in East Baldwin for 17 years until his retirement 15 years ago.  He also did carpentry work in the area for many years.

Mr. Warren attended the Congregational Church here and the Baptist Church in Steep Falls.  He was a life member of Standish Lodge #70, AF and AM, and was a former member of the American Legion there.

Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Carl D. of Fryeburg and Ernest C. of East Baldwin;  a niece, Mrs. Norman (Jean) Darling of Cumberland Center;  six grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. Wednesday at the East Baldwin Congregational Church, the Rev. William Braley officiating.  Interment will be in Steep Falls Cemetery.

Enlistment Record

Scale of Marks: 0,Bad; 1, Indifferent; 2, Good; 4, Very Good; 5, Excellent
 Name:  Neil C. Warren
 Rate:  F3c
 Enlisted:  February 9, 1918 at Portland, Maine
 For:  DW years
 Total Naval Service:  1 yr 8 months
 Served apprenticeship
 Gun Captain Certificate
 Certificate of Graduation P.O. School
 Seamen Gunner
 Trade
 Citizenship:  US
 Ratings held during enlistment:  F3c, F2c, F1c
 Proficiency in Rating:  3.4
 Sobriety:  4
 Obedience:  4
 Average standing for term of enlistment:  3.8
 Signed:  E. J. Damon, Lieutenant, U.S.N.
 Discharged:  October 17, 1919 at Hingham, Massachusetts (certificate No. 91781)

(button delivered:  yes)

War Service Certificate, United States Navy #169491

"This certifies that Neil Clifford Warren, U.S.N. performed honorable active service in the United States Navy from February 9, 1918 to October 17, 1919 on board the following ships and stations:  NTS, Newport, R.I.; R/S at NY;  USS Bali;  USN Base 18;  USS Pastores;  R/S at Boston.

Taken from THE ROSTER OF MAINE IN THE MILITARY SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES AND ALLIES IN THE WORLD WAR, 1917 - 1919, Vol. II Army N - Z, published under the direction of James W. Hanson, Adjutant General by Authority of the State Legislature, 1929, Augusta, Maine, 1929 (Page 1192)

Warren, Neil C.    162-98-53
 Born in Steep Falls, Maine, October 6, 1895
 Residence:  Steep Falls, Maine
 Enl:  USN, Portland, February 9, 1918
 F3c 173 days;  F2c 102 days;  F1c
 Served at:  NTS Newport, R.I. February 14, 1918 to March 24, 1918;  R/S NY March 24, 1918 to March 28, 1918;  USS Bali March 28, 1918 to November 11, 1918.
 Discharged R/S Boston, Massachusetts October 17, 1919.


Clara Louise BAUCKMAN



Neil Clifford Warren & Clara Louise BAUCKMAN Warren



Photo courtesy of Diane Warren Jones



East Baldwin--Clara L. Warren, 86, widow of Neil C. Warren, died Saturday at a Portland hospital.

She was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Ernest and Harriet Richardson Bauckman, and came to Maine at an early age.  She has lived in the Baldwin area most of her life.  She attended Baldwin schools and graduated from the former Cornish High School. Mr. Warren died in 1976. She was a member of the East Baldwin Congregational Church, a life member of the Mt. Etna Grange in North Baldwin and a former member of the Standish American Legion Auxiliary.

Surviving are two sons, Carl D. Warren of Fryeburg and Ernest C. Warren of East Baldwin;  a niece, Jean Darling of Cumberland;  a brother, Harry Bauckman of Zephyrhills, Florida;  a sister, Helen Merritt of Westbrook; six grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

A funeral srvice will be held at 2 P.M. Wednesday at the East Baldwin Congregational Church with the Rev. Vesta Thompson officiating. Interment will be in the Steep Falls Cemetery.  Arrangements are by the Wood Funeral Home, Fryeburg.

WARREN--In Portland, December 6, Clara L., widow of Neil C. Warren of East Baldwin.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the East Baldwin Congregational Church.  Relatives and friends may call at the Wood Funeral Home, Fryeburg, Tuesday afternoon and evening from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.


Barbara Claire MACKAY

Obituary
Barbara Claire Warren, 78, of 12 Warren Street, Fryeburg, Maine, passed away suddenly at her home on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2005.

She was born in Medford, Mass., on Oct. 9, 1926, the daughter of Forrest F. and Mildred Gray (Palmer) MacKay. Barbara was educated in Conway schools and graduated from Fryeburg Academy Class of 1944. On June 1, 1946, she married Carl D. Warren of East Baldwin, Maine.

Barbara worked several years for the Lovell United Telephone Company as an operator. She worked at the former Fashion Corner in Fryeburg for 13 years, also as a medical secretary for Dr. Charles Stevenson of North Conway, and 19 years in the office for Saco River Camping Ground. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 169, and the First Congregational Church in Fryeburg. She enjoyed knitting and camping, and was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who enjoyed her family.

She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Carl D. Warren of Fryeburg; a daughter, Mrs. Edward W. (Diane) Jones of North Fryeburg; a son, Alan W. Warren of Windham, Maine; three grandchildren, Michael A. Jones of Manchester, Erlon B. Jones of North Fryeburg, and Amanda L. Warren of Windham; three great-grandchildren, Hunter Jones, Catherine Jones, and Parker Jones, all of Manchester; two sisters, Mrs. Harold E. (Eleanor) York and Mrs. P. Edward (Arlene) Coombs, both of Fryeburg; one cousin, Robert MacKay of Franklin, Mass.; and one nephew and two nieces.

Visiting hours will be 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Wood Funeral Home, 9 Warren Street, Fryeburg, Maine. A funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the First Congregational Church 655 Main Street, Fryeburg, with the Rev. Timothy LaConey officiating. Donations may be made in memory of Barbara to the First Congregational Church, 655 Main Street, Fryeburg, ME 04037.