|Name||Ingraham, George E. (1915-2001)|
|Mother||Elizabeth (Martin) Ingraham|
Portland High School 1936
Bryant & Stratton School of Business 1939
|Notes||Buried at Veterans Cemetery|
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|
Jeffrey Hurd (stepson)
Herbert Hurd (stepson)
Lynn Hurd (stepdaughter)
|Deceased Where||Fryeburg, ME|
|Titles & honors||Captain US Army WW II 5 Battle Stars Recalled for Korean War in 1950|
Nine notebooks of obituary newsclippings, all indexed.
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
George Ingraham in uniform. Taken from Photo CD #8.
Portrait of Susie and Georgie Keniston. Taken from Photo CD #5.