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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Harold E "Junie"  TART

  (b. 22 March 1935 Port Kent, New York, USA   d. 16 May 2015 Burlington, Vermont, USA )  

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Harold E "Junie" TART was born 22 March 1935 in Port Kent, New York, USA

Harold E "Junie" TART was the child of Harold Herman TART   and   Alice Amelia MOCK and the grandchild of: (paternal)  William Butler TART and Amanda Cora SHAPPY (maternal)  Wallace James MOCK and Lillian DAGUE (DAIGLE)

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Harold E "Junie"  married  Teresa WHITE 20 January 1954 .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Teresa WHITE  was born 22 April 1935 in Saranac Lake, New York, USA.  Teresa died 19 March 2009 in Burlington, Vermont, USA.  Teresa was the child of Zenofield (Zennifield) WHITE and Mary LASHAWAY.

Harold E "Junie" TART died 16 May 2015 in Burlington, Vermont, USA.
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Harold E "Junie" TART married Grave has been locatedflag female ancestor Teresa WHITE-- Date: 20 January 1954 Place: 
Teresa WHITE was the child of Zenofield (Zennifield) WHITE and Mary LASHAWAY




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birth1935 Birth
22 March 1935
Port Kent, New York, USA

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marriage1954 Marriage / Partner
Harold E "Junie" TART and Teresa WHITE 20 January 1954,

He was 18 years old.
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2009 Death of Spouse/Partner
Teresa WHITE died 19 March 2009, Burlington, Vermont, USA
Obituary
Harold E. 'Junie' Tart

Essex – Harold E. Tart Jr., 80, of Whallons Bay, Essex, went to meet the Lord on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at UVM Health Network, Fletcher Allen, in Burlington VT, with his loving family by his side.

He was born in Port Kent on March 22, 1935, the son of Harold and Alice (Mock) Tart.

Harold was affectionately known as 'Junie' and the name stuck with him through the years. His family moved to Charlotte, VT where he lived as a young child and attended his first years in elementary school. Thereafter, he moved to Essex where his parents ran the local grocery store. He attended Essex school until 8th grade and then Willsboro Central School, where he graduated in 1953.

Junie went into the US Army reserves after he graduated. He worked for the Willsboro mill for a number of years. Then, he was hired at the NYS Dept. of Transportation in Elizabethtown, where he retired.

He married the love of his life, Teresa White, on Jan 20th, 1954 and lived in the...Read MORE...


death2015 Death
16 May 2015
Burlington, Vermont, USA

He died at the age of 80.


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Harold is buried at: Calvary Cemetery Willsboro Essex County New York, USA
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