Maurice Lester Kalloch Family
Son of Belinda Kalloch & Rev. John Grafton, Jr.
(Belinda resumed her maiden name and brought her children up as Kallochs)
Maurice Lester Kalloch
Trolley Car Motorman
Camden, Maine - 1918
Kalloch Family Homestead
Home of Maurice Lester Kalloch and family
N. Warren Maine - 1921
2nd. wife Glennie with her children and stepson - 1921
(top row): Glennie Emma (Rowe) Kalloch
(2nd. row ): Glennys Ava Kalloch - age 9; George Larkin Kalloch (son of Maurice & Leila "Lulu" Rowe); Merrill Rudolph Kalloch - age 11
Dorothy Roselle "Rosy" Kalloch - age 7
Roselle & Glennys - 1914
Maurice Kalloch in doorway of Trolley
How the above picture takes one back to those
royal days of the R. T. & C. St. Ry. Here is Car 22 on the Rankin Block siding,
Thomaston bound. Maurice Kalloch, better know as "Bowser" stands in the front
doorway and his conductor, Ralph Tripp is on the sidewalk.
The annual R. T. & C. Ry. Field Day is to be held Sept. 12 at Penobscot View Grange Hall.
(Date of newspaper clipping is: Aug. 30, 1956, name of paper is not indicated).
1881 - 1941
Cushing Cemetery - Warren, ME
Son Merrill's page, Daughter Glennys' page, Daughter Roselle's page
Granddaughter Rochelle's page|