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The Eastern Gazette 8-9-1923, p.3
William C. Gray William C. Gray, an employe of the Amos Abbott Woolen Co., died instantly from an attack of acute indigestion shortly after commencing his work on Tuesday morning. Mr. Gray was nearly 52 years of age, being born in Bridgton, and having made his home in this town for several years. He was a member of Plymouth lodge, I. 0. 0. F., Silver Lake encampment and Canton Dexter. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Howard Bridgham of South Bridgton. The Plymouth lodge of Odd Fellows conducted funeral services on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock from the undertaking rooms of Hutchinson & Gates Co., and accompanied the remains to the railroad station where they were taken to Bridgton for burial. His sudden death was a great shock to his many friends who no later than Monday night enjoyed his society at a meeting of the Canton. (also 8-16-1923, p.8) William Curtis Gray William Curtis Gray, formerly of Bridgton. died in Dexter August 7. He was the son of Alvah Mellen and Annette (Smith) Gray. Funeral services took place at So. Bridgton August 9. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mary E. Turner, of Florida, a niece, Mrs. Marion Brown, of Convene, also an aunt, Mrs. Frances Bridgham. His wife was Mrs. Cora (Fessenden) Gray of South Bridgton who died several years ago. He was a member of Plymouth Odd Fellows and Canton Dexter and belonged to South Bridgton Grange. Interment was in South Bridgton.