I have no connection to this family. I am just posting info. I have come across while volunteering at the historical society. I have discovered the hard way that within a certain span of time, if you don’t have the date and place of death, it’s hard to track someone down.
Some of the names that appear to be maiden names may very well be married names and the other name given be the maiden name – at least it tells you a date and place of death – a good starting point. This is all the info. I have on these people although I do have a number of vital record books for the Knox County (Maine) area and would be willing to do a quick lookup or two. I am typing in literally hundreds of these entries so please be as specific as possible if you need a lookup.
Benjamin H. Athearn died Nov. 18, 1917 in Rockland. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias. He is buried in the Acorn Cemetery (9th Ave.).
Catherine N. Lang Athearn died Aug. 30, 1906 in Rockland. She is buried in the Achorn Cemetery in Rockland.
Mabel W. Burns Athearn died Aug. 8, 1930 in Rockland. He is buried at the Achorn Cemetery in Rockland.