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The Eastern Gazette 1-4-1923, p.5
Elias Dean Elias Dean passed away December 24, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Plumer Mower on Highland Avenue where he has made his home for the past fifteen years. The funeral took place on Wednesday of last week. Rev. F. Ernest Smith spoke words of comfort to the bereaved ones. Those who bore him to his last resting place were, T. O. Additon, Jasen Denslow, Wilbur Gerry and Adrian Robinson. Mr. Dean was a man of quiet demeanor but pleasant and agreeable dispositions and many friends during his stay in Dexter. He was born in the town of Barnard eighty-seven years ago where he spent much of his young life. He was united in marriage with Louise Green. Two children were born of this union, John Dean of Dover-Foxcroft, who died two years ago, and Mrs. Mower, with whom he spent his last days. being tenderly cared for during his last illness. Those left to mourn his death one daughter, Mrs. Mower; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Hattie Dean of Guilford; four granddaughters, Mrs. Flossie Livermower, Mrs. Ethel Ames of Sebec; Mrs. Sfa Small of Guilford; Miss Pluma Mower of Millinocket. There are seven great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. The flowers were abundant and beautiful, the doners being as follows: Mrs. Pluma Mower and Mrs. Hattie Dean, crescent; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Livermower, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Bela Small, Miss Pluma Dean, wreath; Blanche Smart, Jewett Livermore, Evelyn Linchester, Kenneth Linchester, Dana Small, Edwin Ames, Maynard Ames, spray pinks; Frank Dean, Julia Ladd, Ella Rankins, Adonis Dean, Carrie Donalds, Nellie Smith, Will Dean, Walter Dean, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dean and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Foss and family, Alton Davis and family, Harry Dean, pinks; neighbors, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, pinks; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hill, Mr. and Mrs. William Hurd, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wedlock, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stone, and Carrie Additon, pinks.