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flag  Alburn Morton  GUTTERSON

  (b. 19 September 1877Milford, New Hampshire, USA   d. 20 April 1946Manhattan, New York, USA )  
Summary: Alburn Morton GUTTERSON was born 19 September 1877 in Milford, New Hampshire, USA. Alburn Morton GUTTERSON was the child of Marcus Ulman GUTTERSON and Emma F WILKINS

He married  Lillian Maude FEIGE 25 December 1899 in North Adams, Massachusetts, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Lillian Maude FEIGE  was born 24 December 1877 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA (Coltsville) .  She died 2 October 1953 in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA (Dunstable) .  She was the daughter of Carl "Charles" FEIGE and Grace Frances BAGARD.

Alburn Morton GUTTERSON died 20 April 1946 in Manhattan, New York, USA .
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Alburn Morton GUTTERSON married flag Lillian Maude FEIGE-- Date: 25 December 1899 Place: North Adams, Massachusetts, USA
Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841–1910 Vol: 488 ; Page: 86


Volume/Page: Vol: 488 ; Page: 86 

Lillian Maude FEIGE was the daughter of Carl "Charles" FEIGE and Grace Frances BAGARD


Groom's Name: Alburn M. Gutterson
Groom's Birth Date: 1877
Groom's Birthplace: Milford, N.H.
Groom's Age: 22
Bride's Name: Lillian Maude Feige
Bride's Birth Date: 1878
Bride's Birthplace: Pittsfield, Mass.
Bride's Age: 21
Marriage Date: 25 Dec 1899
Marriage Place: North Adams, Massachusetts
Groom's Father's Name: Mark
Groom's Mother's Name: Emma Wilkins
Bride's Father's Name: Charles
Bride's Mother's Name: Grace Bagard
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M02748-6
Syst Origin: Massachusetts-EASy
Source Film Number: 1843714
Reference Number: p 86 cn 199
Collection: Massachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910
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NORTH ADAMS, MASS.
Miss Lillian Feige and A. M. Gutterson were united in marriage Sunday evening. The announcement of the marriage was made yesterday. The groom is cashier at the new Wellington hotel.

THE DAILY TIMES, TROY, N. Y., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 27, 1899



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World History 1939 - September 1 - World War II begins: Germany invades Poland

September 1, 1939

1940 New York, New York
Name: Albern M Gutterson
Age: 62
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World History 1940 - May 10 - Winston Churchill becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain

May 10, 1940

News 1940 - November 18 - George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.

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USA 1941 - January 13 – All persons born in Puerto Rico since this day are declared U.S. citizens by birth, through U.S. federal law.

www.wikipedia.org - January 13, 1941

USA 1941 - December 7 - Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor
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USA 1941 - December 8 - WWII: President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers his "Infamy Speech"
President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt delivers his "Infamy Speech" to a Joint session of the United States Congress at 12:30 p.m. EST (17.30 GMT). Transmitted live over all four major...Read MORE...


World History 1941 - December 11 - Germany and Italy declare war on the United States. The U.S. responds in kind.

www.wikipedia.org - December 11, 1941

USA 1942 - February 2 – WWII: President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt signs an executive order directing the internment of Japanese Americans and the seizure of their property.
The attack on Pearl Harbor launched a rash of fear about national security, especially on the West Coast. In February 1942, just two months after Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt as...Read MORE...


USA 1942 - June 4–June 7 – WWII: The Battle of Midway: The Japanese naval advance in the Pacific is halted.


Naval History and Heritage Command (www.youtube.com) - June 7, 1942

USA 1942 - December 1 – Gasoline rationing begins in the United States.
License Numbers To Be on Coupons

When individuals obtain their basic "A" gasoline rationing...Read MORE...


USA 1943 - February 7 – WWII: In the United States, it is announced that shoe rationing will go into effect in 2 days.
Steps in Rationing Listed

WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (AP) - Step forward in your last pair of unrationed ...Read MORE...


News 1943 - March 31 – Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! opens on Broadway

www.wikipedia.org - March 31, 1943

USA 1943 - Penicillin first used successfully to treat a patient
PENICILLIN IS NEW ERA IN MEDICINE

Changes Method Of War On Germs; Pales "Glory" Of Sulfa

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World History 1944 - June 6 - WWII – D-Day:
155,000 Allied troops shipped from England land on the beaches of Normandy in northern France, beginning Operation Overlord and the Invasion of Normandy. The Allied soldiers quickly break through the ...Read MORE...


News 1944 - HURRICANE HITS NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND COASTS. HIGH WINDS LASH JERSEY, LONG ISLAND.
...In New York City, sidewalks were virtually deserted. Wind whipping sheets of rain around the...Read MORE...


News July 28, 1945: A U.S. bomber flying through thick fog at about 200 mph crashed into the 79th floor of New York's Empire State Building, killing 14 people

The Old Farmer's Almanac www.almanac.com - July 28, 1945

World History 1945 - September 2 - World War II ends
WORLD IS AT PEACE
Japan Surrenders Formally, Unconditionally to Allies in Short Ritual; V-J Day Today

Truman Lauds Day of Victory Over Tyranny
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News 1945 - October 29 - At Gimbels Department Store in New York City, the first ballpoint pens go on sale at $12.50 each.

www.wikipedia.org - October 29, 1945

Death
Name: Alburn Gutterson
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 20 Apr 1946
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A.M GUTTERSON, 68, A HOTEL AIDE, DEAD; Manager of the Prince George Here, 1911-41, Started Roof Playground for Children
New York Times
New York, New York
Apr 21, 1946

Alburn M. Gutterson of Milford, N.H., and the Hotel Sheraton, this city, who was manager of the Prince George Hotel at 14 East Twenty-eighth Street for thirty years, 1911-41, died yesterday in the Lenox Hill Hospital at the age of 68...

He leaves a widow, Lillian M., and a son, Alburn M. Gutterson Jr. I of this city , formerly, for fourteen years during his fathers regime, assistant manager ...




1862-1948 New York City Death Index
Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year Certificate
Number County Born FHL roll number
Gutterson Alburn 68 y Apr 20 1946 9454 (1946) Manhattan 1877 - 1878 2132944
source: www.stevemorse.org

Alburn is buried at: Riverside Cemetery
454 Nashua Street

Milford, New Hampshire, USA
603-673-1662

THE ROSE STILL GROWS BEYOND THE WALL
SCATTERING FRAGRANCE FAR AND WIDE
JUST AS IT DID IN DAYS OF YORE
JUST AS IT DID ON THE OTHER SIDE
JUST AS IT WILL FOREVERMORE
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