Presque Isle Star Herald. Thursday, January 31, 1929
Alice A Larrabee (14 Nov 1861-22 Jan 1929)
Funeral services for the late Alice A. Larrabee were held Friday afternoon at 2o’clock from the United Baptist Church. Rev. B . C. Bubar officiating and was assisted by Rev. Erma S. Keniston of the local Methodist church. Alva Rebekeh Lodge of which Mrs . Larrabee was a valued member attended in a body and following the ceremonies of the church held their services for a deceased member, which was very impresssive and beautiful. The church was filled with the numerous friends and relatives and a profusion of beautiful floral tributes covered the casket and were arranged about the chancel.Musical selections were rendered by Mr. And Mrs. Lee Good of Monticello, accompanied by Mrs. Ruby Tapley of Blaine.
The bearers were members of the Grange, S. W. Collins, Sherman Tapley, Birt S. Tapley. Arrangements were in charge of R.W. Wight and the interment was made at King’s Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Alice A. Larrabee at 67 years of age, was born in Wicklow, N.B., the daughter of Robert and Martha Jones Fulton. She came to Mars Hill with her parents in 1868, where she has spent the greater part of her life. She married William Larrabee, a Civil War veteran and on this union three children survive, Mrs. Dorothy Mahan, Frank Larrabee and Bertha Hallett, several grandchildren, besides three brothers, Dr.A.J.Fulton of Blaine, Harden Fulton, Mars Hill, Mrs. Fred A. Blackden of Merrimac Mass., and Mrs. Richard Bell; also of Mars Hill are two sisters; G. W. Fulton of Florida; a step-son, Charles Larrabee of Guilford and a stepgrandson, Clinton Larrabee, with whom she had been living this winter. Mrs. Larrabee was a woman of very pleasing personality,possessing numerous friends by whom she will be greatly missed.
She was a member of Mountain Grange Alva Rebekah Lodge, and the Ladies Grange Lodge, all of which she was a faithful member. She was ever ready to minister to the sick and suffering and was called often to assist where people were in distress. The community sincerely regret her passing and extend the bereaved relatives their sincere sympathy.