PAUL REVERE ROBY JR., age 84, of 8399 Route 6, Troy, PA, passed away Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at the Bradford County Manor. Paul was born June 13, 1931 in Mansfield son of the late Paul Revere and Dorothy (Hindmarsh) Roby, Sr. Following graduation from high school Paul joined the US Army serving from 1948 to 1954 where he attained the rank of Sergeant. He served his country proudly during the Korean War. Following his discharge he was employed as a machinist and married the late Cora M. (Allen) Roby on April 20, 1959. He and Cora celebrated 56 years together prior to her passing on June 16, 2015. Family and friends are invited to call Saturday, December 19, 2015 from 10 AM to 11 AM at the Gerald W. Vickery, Jr. Funeral Home, Inc. 1093 West Main Street, Troy, PA. His funeral and committal service will be held at the conclusion of calling hours at 11 AM with Reverend Garry Zuber of the First Baptist Church of Troy officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, PA. Paul was a retired machinist at Troy Iron Cast and Penn Troy where he made pewter. He enjoyed bowling at Terrace Lanes in Troy, hunting and playing card games with his family and friends. He was a very generous man and would help anyone who asked. Surviving are his devoted daughter and her forever friend, June Roby & Steven Reifler of Johnson City, NY, granddaughter, Nicole Roby of Nixa, MO, four sisters, Lucille Green of Troy, Robena Moore of Towanda, Jane Wilston of Towanda, Donna Greene of MN, nieces, nephews and friends. Paul was predeceased by his parents, his wife Cora M. Roby, a son, Staff Sergeant Gary L. Roby USMC, a sister, Henrietta Vermilya and his brother, John Roby. In lieu of flowers memorials in Paul’s memory may be made to the First Baptist Church of Troy, 160 Canton Street, Troy, PA. –Towanda Daily Review 12/17/2015
"Scholars and lovers of history, take note. Don't be put off by the title of David Price's excellent new account of the Jamestown colony and the levelheaded soldier who, above all others, ensured its survival.... Price, who holds degrees from Harvard, Cambridge, and the College of William and Mary in Virginia, tells the story straight. The unvarnished record in packed with best-selling elements: greed, arrogance, intrigue, valor, stupidity, torture and cruelties of the worst sort, as well as valor, suspense, and cataclysmic tragedy. Then there is that remarkable relationship between John Smith and Pocahontas, favorite daughter of the Indian chief Powhatan.... Price interweaves all these elements with a graceful, reportorial style that never forgets the humanity of the individuals involved.... John Smith once had a much higher profile in U.S. history, revered in the same light as the Founding Fathers and the framers of the Constitution. LOVE AND HATE IN JAMESTOWN reminds us of the station Smith once held.... Price's book makes an excellent case for pulling Smith from the dusty corners of American history and restoring him to glory.... LOVE AND HATE IN JAMESTOWN presents an excellent counter to pop culture's fixation on so-called reality television programming. The passages describing the horrific Starving Time or the vivisection of a captured Englishman surpass 'Survivor' and 'Fear Factor' in their ability to rivet one's attention. Middle- and high- school teachers of English and history should read them aloud to students. The lessons are many. Most readers will find the book equally engaging for other reasons. LOVE AND HATE IN JAMESTOWN has the potential to do for Capt. John Smith what UNDAUNTED COURAGE by the late Stephen Ambrose did for Lewis and Clark: rekindle appreciation for our history among a new generation of Americans, and deservedly so." — Orlando Sentinel
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RIPLEY Evelyn Ripley SCOTT, 86, formerly of troy,PA, died Wednesday, September 2, 1998 at the Onslow Memorial Hospital inJacksonville, NC. She was a member of the Pennsylvania Grange for 56years. She also belonged to the DAR, Eastern Star, William Bradford Pact,Mayflower descendents, Business and Professional Women, Troy Study Club and theBradford County Republican Women. Surviving are a sister, Dora HelenLuckey of Sylvania, PA; special family members, Mary Lou and Bruce Buck, Patand John Case, Tom and Kitty Woodward; several nieces and nephews. Shewas preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Fred J. Scott. Funeralservices were held at the Vickery Funeral Home in Troy on September 5 withprivate burial services following at Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. Arrangements were under the direction of Johnson-Gaskins Funeral Home inJacksonville, NC.
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77, Troy, PA, died while surrounded by family, January 2, 2008, at TroyCommunity Hospital. Surviving are three sons, Keith (Deborah) Morgan ofMillerton, Randy (Donna) Morgan and Wade (Pam) Morgan, all of Troy; eightgrandchildren, Heather (Brian) Johnston of Gillett, Casey (Becky) Morgan andCody Morgan, all of Millerton, Shane, Tiffany, and Bradley Morgan, all of Troy,Darren (Danielle) Morgan of Odum, GA, and Travis Morgan of Chalfont, PA; twogreat-grandchildren, Brandon and Chase Johnston; siblings, Doris (Louis)Kingsley of East Smithfield and Larry (Harriett) Raub of Troy; brothers-in-law,Robert L. Jones and James (Fay) Morgan, all of Troy; an aunt, Dorothy Allen ofCanton; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends. In addition to herhusband, Harold, who died on January 5, 1990, Irma was predeceased by siblings,James Wesley Raub and Edna Jones. Calling hours will be 10 - Noon, Saturday atthe Troy Baptist Church with services immediately following. Burial will be inGlenwood Cemetery. Pepper Funeral Home of Canton is assisting the family witharrangements. Published in the Star-Gazette on 1/4/2008