Forest Spurling

b. 1907
d. 1987

Background

Forest Spurling was the son of George W. and Nellie A. Spurling.

He was below average in intelligence.

He had a habit of always going around Great Cranberry Island accompanied by his wheelbarrow.  In fact, he thought of his wheelbarrow as "his wheels" as we would say today, and felt lost without it.

He was kindly, man and boy, and would always offer to carry goods or give kiddy rides with his wheelbarrow.

Buried in the Bunker Cemetery.

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Photo courtesy of Ada Rice


Photo courtesy of Ada Rice

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