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The Eastern Gazette 3-5-1970, p.6
ALBERT DAVID MORRILL The body of 68-year-old Albert David Morrill was discovered at his home in Cambridge Feb. 25. Somerset County Sheriff's Office authorities said his death appeared to be due to natural causes. Dr. H. Lewis Taylor of Dexter, Penobscot County examiner, was summoned. Deputy Ronald Laughton of Ripley said the frozen condition of the body and frozen water inside the house indicated he had been dead a couple of days. He was born in Auburn, Oct. 23 1901, the son of Albert and Hattie Emma Freeman Larrabee. He was a widower of Florence Noble Morrill, who died in 1937. He had been a resident of Cambridge for most of his life. He was self-employed as a farmer and a lumberman until his retirement in 1967. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ina Watson, Skowhegan; a niece, Mrs. Douglas Higbt, Dexter; a nephew, Robert Watson, New Haven, Conn.; several cousins. Funeral services were held Friday at the Nelson J. Smart Funeral Home, Skowhegan.