Massachusetts Obituaries - 1916 - Benjamin Hawes Pease

BENJAMIN HAWES PEASE died Monday September 18, after a long illness of kidney trouble. He was born in East Vasselboro, ME., and had resided in Massachusetts about 40 years, making his home of late with his niece, Mrs. Raymond Kitchen, at 4 Sisson Terrace. He was a shoemaker by trade, and for more than 30 years was employed as Forman of the Rice & Hutchings' shoe factory, when it was situated on Summer Street. Failing health caused his retirement from active life about nine years ago. He is survived by one son, George Maxwell of Brockton: one brother, Charles W. Pease of Lynn and one Sister, Olive S. Longuiel of Holbrooke. He was a permanent member of Maple Hill Lodge of Odd Fellows of Charlestown.

The City where Mr. Pease died was Lynn, MA

Source: Wednesday edition of the "Daily Evening Item" Lynn, Massachusetts September 20, 1916

Submitted by: Beverly (Pease) Sohn