Sympathy Saturday – Eugene F Shackford (1918-1918) (Blog 409)

Eugene F Shackford, the son of Eugene Dellmont and Eva Mable (Flood) Shackford was born Oct 18, 1918 in Springvale, Maine.  He only lived for 15 days and died on Nov 3 1918 in Springvale.  His death record states his cause of death was asphyxia with a contributing cause of gastritis with vomiting.

Eugene was buried on Nov 5, 1918 in the Hope Cemetery in Kennebunk, Maine.

This was the second child that this family lost  — their daughter Beulah May who was just a year old died  on Dec 5, 1917.  We hope this small blog helps memorialize these young children.

death-notice-eugene-f-shackford-eugene-f-shackford-the-sanford-tribune-sanford-maine-15-november-1918Eugene F., infant son of Mr
and Mrs Eugene Shackford,
aged 16 days passed away on
Nov. 3. The funeral was held
Nov. 5, with Rev. C. C. Koch of-
ficiating. Burial was in Hope
cemetery, Kennebunk.

All posts on this website are a work in progress.  We’d love to learn of any corrections or additions to the information shared.  Also we’d love it if  you’d like the post here or at http://www.facebook.com/shackfordgenealogy) as that helps share the post with others. Thanks!

SOURCES:

“Eugene F. Shackford,” The Sanford Tribune (Sanford, Maine), 15 November 1918; digital images, (http://springvale.advantage-preservation.com/ : accessed 23 August 2016).

Maine, Maine Vital Records, 1670-1921, , Eugene F Shackford, 3 November 1918; digital images, FamilySearch (http://www.familysearch.org : accessed 10 February 2017).

Copyright 2017 Joanne Shackford Parkes  (sharing a link to this post is appreciated but please do not copy any part of this material and paste it elsewhere)

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