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The Eastern Gazette 8-4-1938, p.5
David Cram The death of David Cram occurred at the Plummer Memorial hospital Friday evening following an illness of several weeks. Mr. Cram was born in Garland eighty-three years ago the son of Asa and Mary Cram. He had made his home in Dexter for a greater part of his life, where for a time he was employed as a carpenter, and for the past thirty years he had served efficiently as janitor at the Town hall and library. He was known throughout this section of the state for his ability as a violinist. Surviving are a son, Harry L. Cram; five grandchildren, Nina P., Robert Max, Harry Rex, Dorothy M., and Bruce H. Cram, and a great granddaughter, Pauline M. Cram, all of Burlington, Vermont. Funeral services were held from the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Loren Dow officiating. The bearers were Manville Russell, Herbert Irvin, Virgil Crockett, and George Safford. Interment was in Garland at a cemetery near his birthplace. Relatives from out of town attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Cram, of Burlington, Vt. and three nieces Mrs. Fred Kenney of Dover-Foxcroft, Mrs. Millie Whittemore of Melrose, Mass., and Mrs. Clara Ricker of Bristol, N. H.