Derick, Asahel Hawley (1838-1915)

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Derick, Asahel Hawley (1838-1915)

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1838-1915

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Asahel Hawley Derick was born on 11 November 1838 in Noyan, Quebec to William Derick II and Electa P. Hawley. His first marriage was to Henrietta Martha Curtis (1838-1882) on 4 October 1870. Together they had three children: Harriett Anna (b. 1872), Frank Tuttle (b. 1874), and Minnie Henrietta (1877). Following the death of Henrietta, Asahel married Charlotte M. Smith on 28 October 1884. Together they had three children: Annie Julia (b. 1886), Kenneth Freligh (1887-1887), and Kenneth Asahel (b. 1889). Asahel was a postmaster in Clarenceville, as well as a store-keeper, a Justice of the Peace, and served as president for the Richelieu Bridge Company. He died 2 October 1915 in Clarenceville.

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