Name: Martha V. Farmer
Given Name: Martha V.
Change Date: 21 NOV 2013
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Birth: 28 OCT 1909 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
Death: 14 JUN 2005 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA|
Father: Aubrey B. Farmer b: 12 OCT 1889 in Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, NB, Canada
Mother: Hattie Lovina Small b: 24 MAY 1892 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
Eugene Austin Brown b: 19 APR 1910 in Campobello Island, Charlotte Co, NB, Canada
5 OCT 1929
in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Yvonne Brown b: 16 JUN 1930 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Maxine A. Brown b: 3 JUL 1931 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Living Brown
- Dallas Eugene Brown b: 11 AUG 1936 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Hazel Brown b: 14 OCT 1938 in Lubec, Washington Co, ME, USA
- Abbrev: Maine State Archives
Title: Maine State Archives
Text: Marriage Archives
Single Record Display
Bride Name: FARMER MARTHA
Bride Town/State: LUBEC, ME
Groom Name: BROWN EUGENE A
Groom Town/State: LUBEC, ME
Date of Marriage: Saturday October 5, 1929
- Abbrev: Heather Waddingtham
Title: Heather Waddingham
Campobello Parish Coordinator
My England and Canadian Roots
- Abbrev: David James
Title: David James, St. Croix Valley Roots
- Abbrev: Obituary
Text: Obituary of Martha V. Brown
Bangor Daily News, Jun 2005
LUBEC - Martha V. Brown, 95, passed away June 14, 2005, at Oceanview Nursing Home, Lubec, after an extended illness. She was born Oct. 28, 1909, in Lubec, the daughter of the late Aubrey B. and Lovina (Small) Farmer.
Martha grew up and attended school in Lubec. She worked for many years at the sardine factories in the area. In 1967 she moved to Connecticut. While in Connecticut, she worked at Mystic Seaport. Martha was very active in the I.O.O.F in Lubec. She was a member of the Lubec Congregational Church and was active in their Ladies Social Union. Martha was an avid reader, writer, and enjoyed knitting.
She is survived by three daughters, Yvonne Bernhard of Deland, Fla., Maxine Barker and husband, Murray, of Lubec and Orange City, Fla., and Doris Joy and husband, Ben, of Lubec; grandchildren, James Sanford, Susan Gough, Dale, Dana, and Gregory Barker, John Corey, Ricky (Brown) Wilson, Kevin (Brown) Coffin, Julie Cook, Kim Ashby, and Terrie Woodruff; many great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Florence Newton of Brunswick, and Elaine Leavitt of Lubec; one brother, Royal Farmer of Brunswick; and many nieces, nephews, and good friends.
She was predeceased by her husband, Eugene Brown; a son, Dallas Brown; and a daughter, Hazel Woodruff. Per Martha's wishes there will be no visiting hours, but service information will be announced at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hazel Woodruff Scholarship Fund, care of Bar Harbor Bank and Trust, 68 Washington St ., Lubec, ME 04652.
Arrangements are under the care of Bragdon-Kelley-Camp bell Funeral Home, Machias.