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Note for:   Mary Regina Cavanaugh*,    -          Index

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     Of Rockland, ME. Twin sister of Marion Cavanaugh (Salminen).
Press Herald article: "Mr. and Mrs. Wiljo Maki - Rockland, May 8, - Miss Mary Regina Cavanaugh,
RN, was married in a double ring ceremony to Wiljo Maki of Thamaston by the
Rev. John Smith Lowe, DD, at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weed, 38 State Street. A receptin followed. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cavanaugh of Rockport. A graduate of
Rockport High School, she also graduated from the Knox County General Hospital
School of Nursing and is on the nursing staff there. She is a member of the RN Club of Rockland.
Her wedding attire was a beige suit with cocoa brown accessories, and her corsage of yellow roses
and white carnations. Mr. Maki is the son of Mrs. Vilma Blomquist of Thomaston. He served three
years with the army in Europe during World War II and now is a poultryman in Thomaston.
He is a member of the Orient Lodge of Masons, Thomaston. Toiva Tarvaineen of Warren was
best man, and the maid of honor was the bride's twin sister, Mrs. Marion Salminen of Rockland.
Mrs. Salminen wore a brown suit with brown accessories, and her flowers were pink roses and
white carnations. At the reception, Mrs. Charles Clarke and Mrs. Luke Dorr served and Mrs.
Seth Hanley poured. Mrs. Frederick Cavanaugh had charge of the guest book.
The couple intend to make their home at Thomaston following a White Mountain trip."

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Note for:   Wiljo Maki*,    -          Index

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     Of Thomaston, ME.

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Note for:   Marion E. Cavanaugh,    -          Index

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     Of Rockport, ME.
Twin Sister of Mary Regina Cavanaugh. Nurse at Knox Hospital in Rockland, ME.
The Courier-Gazette, Rockland, Maine - article - Mrs. Marion Salminen, Club President of the "Rockland Emblem Club".

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Note for:   Henry U. Salminen*,   25 MAR 1906 -          Index

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     Of Rockport, Maine
9/12/1974 Obit Newspaper article (unidentified): Henry Sal
minen - West Rockport - Henry U. Salminen, 68, husband of Marion E. Cavanaugh S
alminen, died Thursday at a Rockland hospital after a long illness. He was a r
etired farmer.
      Born at Peabody, Mass., on March 25, 1906, he was the son of
    Kustaa and Martha Lingvest Salminen.
      He was a member of the Rockland Lodge
    of Elks; St. Paul's Lodge of Masons, Rockport; and a member of the Knox-Lincol
n Farm Co-op.
      In the 1930's Mr. Salminen had served with the U. S. Marine C
orps.
      In addition to his widow of West Rockport, Mr. Salminen is survived b
y three daughters, Miss Susan Salminen of Portland, Miss Kathleen Salminen of S
carborough and Mrs. James (Martha) Tinker of Derry, N.H., one son, Richard Salm
inen of Limestone; two sisters, Mrs. Albert (Elsie) Quinn of Rockville; and Mis
s Eileen Salminen of Bangor,; a brother, Arnold Salminen of Rockland; five gran
d-children and several nieces and nephews.
      Services will be held Monday at
2 p.m. from the Carpenter Funeral Home in Rockland with the Rev. Luke Dorr offi
ciating. Interment will be at the WEst Rockport Cemetery.
      Friends may cal
l at the funeral home on Sunday 7 to 9 p.m.
      In lieu of flowers friends are
requested to contribute to the building fund of the Penobscot Bay Medical Cente
r in his memory."

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Note for:   Susan Salminen*,    -          Index

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     Of Portland, ME.

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Note for:   Kathleen Elaine Salminen*,    -          Index

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     Living individual, details withheld

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Note for:   Mark Kenneth UNKNOWN*,    -          Index

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     Living individual, details withheld

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Note for:   Martha Regina Salminen*,    -          Index

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     Of Derry, NH.
Unidentified newspaper article: "Martha Regina Salminen is Marri
ed in Rockland - Rockland -
      Miss Martha Regina Salminen of West Rockport w
as married May 10 to James L. Tinker of Owl's Head in the Rockland Congregation
al Church.
      The Rev. Charles R. Monteith performed the double ring ceremony.
      The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Salminen of West Rockport.
      The bride's gown was white lace over white taffeta. She carried a white c
arnation cascade bouquet. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a seed pear
l crown.
      Miss Marie Cavanaugh, cousin of the bride was maid of honor. Rona
ld Murphy was best man.
      The bride was graduated from Rockland High School i
n 1961 and from the Eastern Academy of Beauty Culture in 1962. She is employed
    at the Van Baalan Heilbrun Company.
      The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and M
rs. Harvey J. Tinker of Owl's Head.
      Mr. Tinker was graduated from Rockland
High School in 1959 and is employed at the Pocahontas Fishing Company. He is a
    member of the Rockland Lodge of Elks.
      A reception was held in the Knights
of Columbus Hall. Miss Kathleen Salminen, sister of the bride, circulated the
guest book.
      Mrs. Bruce Rubenstein and Mrs. Robert Ober had charge of the gi
ft table.
      The couple will live at 34 Rankin St."

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Note for:   James L. Tinker*,    -          Index

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     Of Owl's Head, ME. See marriage newspaper write-up under Martha Regina Cavanau gh posting.

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Note for:   James Louis II Tinker*,    -          Index

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     Living individual, details withheld

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Note for:   Richard Salminen*,    -          Index

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     Of Limestone. Unidentified Newspaper Article say Richard Salminen was preside nt of the class of 1959 Rockport High School.

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Note for:   Charles Alton (Jr.) Cavanaugh*,    -          Index

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     Of Round Rock, Texas.
Unidentified Newspaper Article & Photo:
"Close Call for Rockport Marine - Maine Staff Sergeant Charles A. Cavanaugh,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cavanaugh, West Street, Rockport, almost got a
free haircut from an enemy bullet. Luckily, the bullet was deflected off his helmet.
Sergeant Cavanaugh is serving with the First Marine Division in Korea."

Unidentified Newspaper Article: "Korea Casualty - Rockport Marine Charles A. Cavanaugh
was wounded May 10 Near Panmunjon - Sgt. Charles A. Cavanaugh, Jr., USMC of Rockport
has been wounded in Korea. His last known duty station was within a few miles of Panmunjon
where truce conferences have strung out for several months.
The family received notification from the Navy Department that he was wounded May 10.
The letter also advised that he would be able to rejoin his unit within a reasonable time.
Cavanaugh entered the Marine Corps in the Spring of 1944, leaving his Junior year at Rockport
High School to do so. He fought with the Marines in Pacific campaigns and was discharged
at the end of the war.
Some 18 months of civilian life followed discharge and then he re-enlisted and has been with the Marines ever since.
The last letter received from him was about April 20 and was directed to one of his sisters."

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Note for:   Helen Marie Cavanaugh*,    -          Index

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     Living individual, details withheld

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Note for:   John H. Cavanaugh*,    -          Index

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     Unidentified newspaper article and photo:
"Decorated - s/Sgt. John H. Cavanaugh of West Rockport is shown with his English wife,
Kay and their children, Carolyn and Andrew, at their home in West Germany where he is now stationed.
Cavanaugh was recently awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for "meritorious service as
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Specialist, 37th Civil Engineering Squadron, Phu Gat Air Base,
Republic of Vietnam, from 3 February 1967 to 3 February 1968."
The Cavanaughs spent February at their West Rockport home while he
was awaiting reassignment. He is the son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Charles Cavanaugh of Rockport."

Unidentified newspaper article and photo:
"Masonic Degree Ceremony - Members of the Maine State Prison Guards Mason Degree
Ceremony Team recently bestowed the Third Degree on Sgt. Steve Mahoney.
Pictured are, front from left, Lloyd Light, Lt. Richard Ames, Henry Wooster and Sgt. Douglas Raye;
middle, Larry Farrington, Daniel Breen and Howard Cobb; and back, Lee Kragh, John Cavanaugh,
Ralph Robinson and Robert Sayward. The Prison Guards were guests of St. Paul's Lodge, Rockport."

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Note for:   Andrew Cavanaugh*,    -          Index

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     The Courier-Gazette, Rockland, Maine article & photo:
"King and Queen Candidat
es - The highlight of the 1979 Seaside Carnival at Camden-Rockport High School
will be the Friday night coronation of the king and queen. Candidates this yea
r are, from the left, Eugene Flanagan, Jamie Fish; John Nuesse, Lori Peters; Jo
aquan Vidal, Jenny Bell; Gilbert Bryant, Laurie Wentworth; Evandro Juaquin, Hol
ly Frye; Phillip Green, Megan Clinton; Andrew Cavanaugh, Nancy Aylward; Richard
    Gross, Laurie Coiley; David Jenkins, Hillary Hopewell; and Bruce Leach and Lin
da Trundy. Leach's partner, Susan Vanorse and Trundy's partner, Kevin Widdecom
b are missing from the photo. The coronation will be held at 9:30 pm.m Friday
at C-RSH."
Unidentified newspaper article & photo:
"The King and Queen - Stud
ents at Camden-Rockport High School concluded one of the most successful Seasid
e Carnivals on record Friday evening with the coronation of the 1979 king and q
ueen. Andrew Cavanaugh and Nancy Aylward, pictured on the right, were named th
e Seaside Carnival King and Queen for 1979. Evandro Juaquin and holly Frye, pi
ctured on the far left, were named second runners-up at the coronation. Laurie
    Coiley and Richard Gross were first runners-up."