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Herbert Franklin Norton
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Birth: Apr. 19, 1885
Jonesport
Washington County
Maine, USA
Death: Dec. 21, 1953
West Jonesport
Washington County
Maine, USA

Herbert Franklin Norton is the fifth child of Phineas Manwarren II & Anna E May "Annie" Wallace Norton. On 13 Feb 1913 he married Bertha Annie Chandler, daughter of William Tupper and Rosa Gertrude Hicks Chandler. Together they had two daughters, Gertrude Rose and Bula Maxwell Norton. In the 1910 U S Federal Census Herbert is listed as a Lobsterman. Herbert died in 1953 and is interred in Greenwood Cemetery. 
 
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 Parents:
  Phineas Manwarren Norton (1845 - 1933)
  Anna May Wallace Norton (1856 - 1932)
 
 Spouse:
  Bertha Annie Chandler Norton (1889 - 1963)
 
 Children:
  Gertrude Rose Norton Bubar (1914 - 1982)*
 
 Siblings:
  Annie Marie Norton Polk Church (1870 - 1972)*
  Warren Manning Norton (1874 - 1959)*
  William Riley Norton (1879 - 1963)*
  Alberta Hinkley Norton Beal (1883 - 1974)*
  Lee Norton (1885 - 1959)*
  Herbert Franklin Norton (1885 - 1953)
  Chauncey Leroy Norton (1892 - 1988)*
  Neriah L Norton (1895 - 1965)*
  Laura Jane Norton Norton (1899 - 1984)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Greenwood Cemetery
Jonesport
Washington County
Maine, USA
 
Maintained by: E Malcolm
Originally Created by: John W. Van Dyke
Record added: Apr 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50745367
Herbert Franklin Norton
Added by: John W. Van Dyke
 
Herbert Franklin Norton
Added by: John W. Van Dyke
 
Herbert Franklin Norton
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 Added: Apr. 22, 2010
 
 
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