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Henry Richotte

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Henry Richotte

Birth
Voluntown, New London County, Connecticut, USA
Death
12 Dec 1977 (aged 70)
White River Junction, Windsor County, Vermont, USA
Burial
Claremont, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, USA GPS-Latitude: 43.3814, Longitude: -72.37275
Plot
Section O, Lot 215
Memorial ID
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He was the son of Louis Richotte and Antonella (Roussie) Richotte.

He was married to Rose Moulin 1927 in Dayville CT.

Manchester... Wed., December 14, 1977.
CLAREMONT - Henry Richotte, 70 of Pine Hill Trailer Park, died Monday at the Veterans Hospital in White River Junction VT after a long illness.
He was born in Voluntown CT and attended schools in Sterling CT. He retired from Allied Casting in Manchester CT three years ago and moved
to Claremont.
He was a member of the VFW Post 808 of Claremont and a former member of Post No. 15, American Legion in Ashland. He served in the United States Air Force during World War II, completing 50 missions in Europe. He was decorated by General Jimmie Doolittle, receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross for some of his missions over the Polesti Oil Rafinery. He also received the Airman's Medal with four Oak Leaf Chisters.
The family includes his wife Mrs. Rose (Moulin) Richotte of Claremont ; two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Palmer of Claremont and Mrs. Annette Paquette of Tilton ; a brother, Edward Richotte of Moosup CT ; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Ann Tavernier of San Pedro CA and Mrs. Cecile Marchesseault of Moosup CT ; nine grandchildren, seven great grandchildren ; nieces and nephews.
Services will be held Thursday [...]
(clipping from an unknown newspaper)
He was the son of Louis Richotte and Antonella (Roussie) Richotte.

He was married to Rose Moulin 1927 in Dayville CT.

Manchester... Wed., December 14, 1977.
CLAREMONT - Henry Richotte, 70 of Pine Hill Trailer Park, died Monday at the Veterans Hospital in White River Junction VT after a long illness.
He was born in Voluntown CT and attended schools in Sterling CT. He retired from Allied Casting in Manchester CT three years ago and moved
to Claremont.
He was a member of the VFW Post 808 of Claremont and a former member of Post No. 15, American Legion in Ashland. He served in the United States Air Force during World War II, completing 50 missions in Europe. He was decorated by General Jimmie Doolittle, receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross for some of his missions over the Polesti Oil Rafinery. He also received the Airman's Medal with four Oak Leaf Chisters.
The family includes his wife Mrs. Rose (Moulin) Richotte of Claremont ; two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Palmer of Claremont and Mrs. Annette Paquette of Tilton ; a brother, Edward Richotte of Moosup CT ; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Ann Tavernier of San Pedro CA and Mrs. Cecile Marchesseault of Moosup CT ; nine grandchildren, seven great grandchildren ; nieces and nephews.
Services will be held Thursday [...]
(clipping from an unknown newspaper)

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