Local obituary notices in Norwich, CT
Friday Jul 3 | via TheDay.Com
Norwich – Efforts are coming together this summer designed to ensure that African American artist Ellis Ruley is celebrated as a talented native son and is included in heritage tourism promotions. Ruley, a self taught artist, lived his entire life in Norwich, but died Jan. 16, 1959 under mysterious circumstances. Comment?
Thursday Jul 2 | via Gloversville Leader-Herald
Myrtle MacDonald Neuberger was born in Gloversville, NY and lived there until the family moved to Norwich, CT, in 1962. Myrtle was predeceased by her husband, William Neuberger. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 9 | via Martinsburg Journal
Born March 17, 1943, in Norwich, Connecticut, he was the son of the late Homer H. Wells and Elizabeth Haden Wells. He was a telecommunications engineer for Panasonic, which allowed him to travel all around the world; a member of the Charles Town Moose Lodge 948; and a Freemason. Comment?
Monday Jun 8 | via The Day
Volunteer Casey Barnes scrubs the face of a grave marker in the Norwich Hebrew Benevolent Association cemetery in Preston on May 12. The association will give a rare tour of the historic grounds adjacent to Norwich Hospital June 14. Thousands of vehicles drive past the historic Jewish cemeteries on Route 12 at the former Norwich Hospital, and many occupants probably are curious about the 100-year-old stone and iron walls and gates and the well-kept grounds that now have more prominence with the demolition of surrounding former hospital buildings. On Sunday, June 14, the iron gate will be open for a rare tour of the Norwich Hebrew Benevolent Association portion of the cemetery, led by association president Jerome Schwell. Comment?
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