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Turcottes aka Hitchcocks

I'm interested in any information on the Turcottes aka Hitchcocks
who lived in the Coventry/Newport/Derby area.
I found this death notice in the Franklin Transcript
(New Hampshire) April 10, 1896, p. 4, col. 3
"David Enos, who has been ill for several weeks, died Tuesday evening,
at the age of 43 years. Death was caused by cancer of the liver and stomach.
Mr. Enos was a native of Coventry, Vt.
He has been a resident of Franklin for the past 14 or 15 years.
He is survived by a wife and brother, Joseph, in this city,
a mother and brother at Newport Vt., and a half-brother at Coventry.
He was a member of Pemigewasset colony, U. O. P. F., and of Meridian lodge,
F. & A. M. Mr. Enos was of a quiet disposition, attending strictly to his own affairs
and his death is mourned by many friends.
The funeral will be from his late home on View street Friday afternoon at two o'clock."

follow-up - - April 17, 1896, p. 5, col. 2

"Mrs. A. D. Turcotte was a sister of the late David Enos.
We unintentionally omitted her name in our notice printed last week."

Additional information on David Enos
surname is also known as DeRocci, Desrosiers.
His parents were Ignace and Angelique (Chovette) Desrosiers.
His sister, was Eliza M. Desrosiers who married my
great grand uncle Joseph Amedee Turcotte.
I have a bit more information on Amedee and Eliza (Enos) Turcotte
if anyone is interested in sharing information. Thank you.

C. L. McIntosh

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