|Birth: ||Jul. 31, 1866|
|Death: ||Dec. 25, 1946|
Former Deputy Blake
Dies At 80 Here
Frederick C. Blake, 80, of 48 Western Premenade, who was taken ill at Spring and Emery Streets Wednesday morning was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Maine General Hospital where he was taken in the police ambulance.
Mr. Blake, who has been in failing health for about a year was born at Boothbay July 31 1866, son of the late Arthur and Lydia Blake. He attended the Boothbay schools and was a barber in that town for several years, coming to Portland more than 30 years ago. He served as a deputy sheriff under the late Sheriff Gilbert A. Powers from 1928 to 1930. During the past few years he was connected with A. H. Benoit Company, retiring about a year ago. He is a past master of Seaside Lodge, AF&M.
Mr. Blake is survived by his widow, three sons, Wilder B., Boothbay Harbor, Clive E., Bangor and Leslie, Presque Isle, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Fred married (1) Mary Ann "Mamie" Fisher 09 Jun 1885 in Boothbay ME, (2) Cora E. Adams 18 Dec 1889 in Boothbay ME and (3) Myrtle Josephine Nason 09 Nov 1922 in Portland ME.
Fred and Cora had 4 children and 10 grandchildren. Their children were Wilder (1891-1959), Clive (1892-1950), Leslie (1896-1972) and Donald (1903-1921). All of their children were born in Boothbay Harbor ME.
Arthur Blake (1824 - 1878)
Lydia Margaret Merry Blake (1827 - 1887)
Mary Ann Fisher Blake (1867 - 1885)
Cora E. Adams Blake (1868 - 1941)
Myrtle Josephine Nason Blake (1889 - 1970)
Wilder Berkley Blake (1891 - 1959)*
Clive Eugene Blake (1892 - 1950)*
Leslie Adams Blake (1896 - 1972)*
Donald Marston Blake (1903 - 1921)*
Stroudwater Burying Ground
Created by: Bob McLellan
Record added: May 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90926626
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