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ID Number A2017.400.041
Date February 9, 2017
Description Henry Austin Wood III, a friend and cousin to many in Jamestown, and best known for his life's work, restoring Clingstone, the house on the rocks, died in Boston, January 27, 2017. He was 87. An architect in Boston he was a partner with Kallman McKinnell & Wood Architects, and was responsible for many public projects, most prominently the Boston City Hall. He is survived by a sister, three sons, and grandchildren.

Jamestown Press,February 9, 2017
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Object Name Newspaper
People Sophia Bernice Littlefield Ragland, 53, life long Jamestown resident
Mrs. Annabel Berry, 93, left son in Jamestown
Herbert Copley, 67, retired Civil Service Clerk at Davisville
Helen M. Tefft, 79, Jamestown resident
Edmund R. Vieira, 42, of Jamestown, worked for the state highway department
William Esher Heyl, 79, former Jamestown summer resident
Louis Benjamin Merritt, 64, World War II Veteran, retired state highway department worker
Margaret Atherton Kendrick, 81, former Jamestown resident
Joseph Voboril, 90 retired button maker
Antonio R. Vieira, 86, Jamestown Farmer for over 50 Years
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