Continuation of tree (6th child of John Pitre/Harriett Arceneau); all known surname descendants:
9 Carroll E. Peters b: 2 November 1904 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: 11 October 1948 Hampden, Penobscot, ME
+ Leone Rose Kiah b: 6 March 1907 Bangor, Penobscot, ME; m: 27 December 1926 Maine [William Andrew/Alice Dougherty]; d: 28 October 1995 Savannah, Chatham, GA
10 Lorraine A. Peters b: Abt. 1927 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: Aft. December 2012
10 Carroll Edward Peters b: Abt. 1928 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: 7 June 1948 Perry, Washington, ME
10 Bernard W. Peters b: 14 February 1930 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: Aft. December 2012 Tampa, FL
10 Jeanne Marie Peters b: 21 June 1934 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: 10 December 2012 Miami, Dade, FL
+Ronald Gilbert Ellis b: 25 February 1930 Massachusetts; m: unknown [Wilfred/Agnes Adele Phillips] (divorced 12 April 1990 Miami); d: 22 April 1992 Miami, Dade, FL
10 Jeanette Peters b: 21 June 1934 Brewer, Penobscot, ME; d: 1992 Aston, Delaware, PA
+William John Moore m: 21 March 1959 Savannah, GA [John/---]; d: 12 May 2008 Aston, Delaware, PA
Notes for Carroll E. Peters:
- 1930 Brewer, Penobscot, Maine: Carroll E. Peters 25 pulp mill clerk, wife Leone R. 23, Lorraine A. 2, Carroll E. 1, Bernard W. 2 months.
- 1940 Brewer, Penobscot, ME: Carroll Peters 36 [$800 house value] clerk/pulp paper mill, wife Leone 34, Carroll E. 12, Bernard 10, Jean 5, Janet 5.
Bangor, ME City Directory 1947: Carroll E. Peters const wkr r164 Highland av & Carroll E. Peters emp Eastern Auto Supply Co r77 Columbia
Death: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Monday, 11 October 1948: Two Bangor Men Perish as Flames Destroy River Cottage at Hampden.- Two men perished in a fire which destroyed a cottage on a high bank overlooking the Penobscot river at Hampden early Sunday morning. The bodies, which were burned beyond recognition, were tentatively identified by Sheriff John K. Farrar as those of Carroll Peters, 43, and George Leslie Chapman, 38, both of Bangor. The sheriff said that Peters had occupied the Hampden cottage as guest of an absent family; that Peters and Chapman, acquaintances, had been seen together in a Bangor restaurant Saturday night; and that two men answering their descriptions had left a Hampden bus late that night at the road leading to the river cottage. Both were missing yesterday, the sheriff said. Peters had been employed for some time by the Eastern Auto Supply company in Bangor while Chapman, who received his discharge from the U. S. Army last June after nearly six years of service, had recently been employed as a short order cook at a Bangor restaurant. A motorist, driving along Route 1 in Hampden, discovered the flaming cottage about 4 a.m. and notified Bangor police. Officers Neal Ryder and James Griffin investigated and they aroused Thomas McDonough of Hampden, whose home is located on the state highway opposite the road leading to the riverbank cottage which was ablaze. (More details followed.)
- The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Wednesday, 13 October 1948: (After agreeing on the identification of the bodies) - Funeral services for Peters will be held this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Catholic church while those for Chapman will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Mt. Hope cemetery. Peters is survived by three daughters, Mrs. John Beecher, Philadelphia, Pa., and Jean and Jeanette Peters, twins, both of Bangor; a son, Bernard Peters, U. S. N.; his father, John J. Peters, and a brother, Franklin Peters of Brewer.
Obituary: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Friday, 15 October 1948: A High Requiem Mass was held at St. Mary's church yesterday morning for Carroll Peters of Bangor. The Rev. John H. Clancy officiated. Bearers were George Boynton, Arthur Roy, Clarence Blake and Warren Harriman. Interment was in the family lot at Mt. Pleasant cemetery. The Rev. H. Francis Cox officiated at the committal services.
Notes for Leone Rose Kiah:
Obituary: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Tuesday, 31 October 1995: Leone Kiah Peters Owings. Savannah, GA - Leone Kiah Peters Owings, 88, died Oct. 28, 1995, at Hospice Savannah, Inc., Savannah, Ga., after a long illness. Mrs. Owings was predeceased by her parents, William A. and Alice B. Kiah; her son, Carroll Peters; and daughter, Jeannette Peters. A native of Bangor, she lived in several cities throughout the United States while accompanying her husband, Everett Owings during his military career, settling in Savannah 25 years ago. She was a homemaker. Surviving are her son, Bernard W. Peters of Tampa, Fla.; two daughters, Lorraine P. Beecher of Savannah, Ga., Jeanne M. Ellis of Miami, Fla.; 17 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1995, at Sipple's Mortuary, Savannah, Ga., with graveside services 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, at Pine Grove Cemetery, Bangor, Maine. Local arrangements are by Kiley-Birmingham Funeral Home, Brewer.
Obituaries for the children:
Carroll Edward Peters: The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME), Wednesday, 9 June 1948: Carroll E. Peters, Jr. - The remains of Carroll Edward Peters, Jr. 19, who was killed in a highway crash at Perry Monday night were brought to Bangor yesterday and are at the Kelleher funeral home, 119 Cedar street. Plans for the funeral service will be announced. Born in Bangor, Peters attended the Brewer grammar and high schools, and was an employ of the Rudman Beverage company at the time of his death. Surviving are his father, Carroll E. Peters; his mother, Mrs. Everett Owings; three sisters, Jean and Jeannette of Bangor and Mrs. Jack Beecher of Savannah, Ga., a brother, Bernard W. Peters, Bangor; two grandfathers, William A. Kiah of Millinocket, and John Peters of Holden.
Jeanne Marie Peters: The Miami Herald (Miami, FL), Friday, 14 December 2012: Ellis, Jeanne. Jeanne Peters Jeanne Ellis (June 21, 1934 - December 10, 2012) On December 10, 2012, Jeanne Marie Ellis (nee Peters) entered the kingdom of heaven, after a courageous three-year battle with a rare form of cancer. Born in Maine, she lived in Bangor and Brewer as a child, and attended high school in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She came with her husband, Ronald G. Ellis, to Miami in the 1950s and raised four children. Despite spending most of her life in Miami, Jeanne never lost her love for the beauty of New England. Jeanne was an extraordinarily well-loved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and teacher. She spent thirty years as 'Miss Jeanne' at Gateway Christian School in Miami, where she taught and loved hundreds of pre-school-aged children and their parents over the years. She is survived by her sister, Lorraine Peters Beecher, her brother Bernard Peters; four children, Ronald G. Ellis Jr., Jerald K. Ellis, Jeannie Ellis McFadden, and Valerie S. Ellis; and their spouses and children. She was predeceased by her parents, Rose Leone Peters and Carroll Peters, her brother 'Cayo' Peters, and her twin sister, Jeannette Peters Moore. A memorial service and internment will be held at Wood lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery South, Miami on Friday, December 14, 2012, beginning at 10 am.
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- Maine items in RED from online birth/marriage/death certificates.
Last updated: 3 April 2021.