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Name Ingraham, George E. (1915-2001)
Born 1915
Birthplace Portland, ME
Father George Ingraham
Mother Elizabeth (Martin) Ingraham
Education Portland High School 1936
Bryant & Stratton School of Business 1939
Notes Buried at Veterans Cemetery
Occupation Owned & Operated Fryeburg Builders Supply Co.
Partner in Fryeburg Oil Co.
Also worked for Aeronautical Icing Research Labs (NH), Watertown Arsenal (MA), Diamond International, SAD 72, and Severance Lodge Club.
Spouse (1) Dorothy (Parker) Ingraham, (2) Marcia (Bell) Hurd Ingraham
Children Jeffrey Hurd (stepson)
Herbert Hurd (stepson)
Lynn Hurd (stepdaughter)
Deceased Jan2, 2001
Deceased Where Fryeburg, ME
Titles & honors Captain US Army WW II 5 Battle Stars Recalled for Korean War in 1950

Associated Records

Obituaries - 1974.02.0692

Nine notebooks of obituary newsclippings, all indexed.

Veteran's Exhibit, Box 1 & 2 - 2001.20.0002

Material primarily gathered from the 2001 Veteran's Exhibit, later updated for the 2013 Honoring Our Veterans Exhibit. The material is housed in 2 10Hx15Wx12D archival record storage boxes. Contents of Box 1: Notebooks & Files Notebooks: Military Correspondence - Harold Thomson; Edward Bell; Harlan Rowe; Byron Emery; Milton Barker; Enfield Wilson; Edward Davey Jr.; Jimmy. Miscellaneous Military Information - David Thomson (WWII); Lucinda (Merrill) Denison (Peacetime); Ervin W. Lord Jr. (WWII); Earl R. Allen (WWII); Theodore M. Allen; Frank Perkins (WWII); Charles Benge (Vietnam); Al St. Germain (Korea); Irving T. Chandler (WWII); Norman Allen (WWII); Stephen J. Wiley (Civil War). Vetera

Image of George Ingraham - 2001.20.0014

George Ingraham - 2001.20.0014

George Ingraham in uniform. Taken from Photo CD #8.

Image of Susie & Georgie Keniston - 2010.23.0021

Susie & Georgie Keniston - 2010.23.0021

Portrait of Susie and Georgie Keniston. Taken from Photo CD #5.