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The Eastern Gazette 10-9-1841, p.8
Bernard C. Marsh The body of Bernard C. Marsh, who had been missing from a Plymouth, N. H. hotel since Friday, October 3, was found in the woods near Plymouth Tuesday by his brother, Fenton Marsh. Mr. Marsh was in the employ of J. W. Sewall, consulting forester, of O1d Town, and when he failed to return to the hotel Friday night, fears were entertained over his absence and parties were sent out to conduct a search. He was born in Dexter December 16, 1895 the son of John P. and Addie Church Marsh, and attended local schools, graduating from Dexter High school in the Class of 1915. At the University of Maine, he was president of the Freshman class, interrupting his Course in Forestry to volunteer for overseas service in the World War, where he was wounded and gassed in the Argonne Drive. In 1923 he was united in marriage to Miss Hazel McKenzie of Old Town. and they have made their home in that city for many years. He was a member of the Methodist church. Surviving besides his wife are four sons, Bernard James, Robert and Donald; a brother, Fenton Marsh of West Thornton, N. H., who is employed in the U. S. Forestry Service, and one nephew, Paul Marsh, of West Thornton, The remains were taken to the Craig Funeral home in Old Town, and funeral services were held today at 2 o'clock.