|Birth: ||Apr. 6, 1889|
|Death: ||Sep. 24, 1971|
Note: Thomaston - Harold W. Davis, 82, died Friday at his Old County Road residence after a long illness. He was the husband of Gertrude E. Johnston Davis. A native of Friendship born on April 6, 1889, he was the son of Ralph and Laura Jameson Davis. He was a retired school bus driver and dairy farmer. Besides his widow of Thomaston, Mr. Davis is survived by five step-daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Achorn and Mrs. Roberta Staples, both of Rockland; Mrs. Laura Davey of Warren, Maine; Miss. Blanche Sylvester of Miami, Florida; and Mrs. Betty Duffy of Enfield, Connecticut; one step-son, Edward Sylvester of Rockland; a sister, Mrs. Annie Doe of Owls Head; a brother, Hartwell Davis of Friendship; fourteen step-grand- children and nine step-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 11:00a.m. Monday from the Carpenter Funeral Home in Rockland with Rev. Richard Hopkins officiating. Interment was at the Village Cemetery, Thomaston. Published: Courier Gazette, 28 September 1971, Page 14
Note: 007-12-0200 SSN
Goodbye my friend.
I shall see you again
In heaven where the stars stay.
I will be there one day.
The world isn't the same,
Since the day the angels came.
You maybe on a star,
But I love you wherever you are.
My stays with you are long past.
They're right. Fun never lasts.
We worked hard in the garden and workshop.
Side-by-side, we never stopped.
I never played with a girly toy.
I was with you, a tomboy.
You changed who I am today,
A debt I can ever repay.
Know that in my heart you're alive
Until the day, in heaven, I arrive.
You're in the hearts of all you touch.
We still love you very much.
Written By: Shan Leamon
Gertrude Evelyn Johnston Davis (1895 - 1979)
Thomaston Village Cemetery
Plot: Section: 10 Lot: 20 Grave: 01
Created by: sandpipertoo
Record added: Jan 14, 2011
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