Portland Press Herald, [Maine] November 26, 1931, page 2
Gammons Funeral Friday
Westbrook, Nov. 25 - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary A. Gammon, widow of Charles Gammon, who died today on her 82nd birthday at her Rochester Street home, will be held at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon at the residence.
Mrs. Gammon was born at Bangor, the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Stack. She went to Scarboro to make her home after her marriage to Mr. Gammon in 1867. She also lived at Raymond, Gorham and Oxford. She came to Westbrook from the latter town in 1920 following the death of her husband. She was a member of the Warren Congregational Church of this city and a charter member of the Larry Relief Corps of South Windham.
She is survived by three sons, Clyde E. Gammon of Rumford, Philip H. Gammon of Westbrook and Walter E. Gammon of Portland; four daughters Mrs. Henry Chaplin of Oxford, Mrs. M.S. Whitacker of Lynn, Mass., and Mrs. Winnifred G. James and Miss Ethylle M. Gammon of Westbrook; 14 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Internment will be in the family lot in the Oxford Cemetery.
Notes: It was Thomas and Abbie Stack (not Mary) and she was born in St. John, New Brunswick not Bangor. Don't believe everything you read!