I have Robert Gordon Angus [2 April 1927- ] married to Dorothy Ada
Fillmore [23 November 1926- ], both born Norwood, Norfolk,
Massachusetts, but living in Concord, New Hampshire in 2008. Robert s/
o Walter Raymond Angus and May Margaret Livingston Sword. Walter s/o
James Harris Angus and Annie Sarah MacDonald. James born October 1854
in Port Philip, s/o Jeremiah Angus and Catherine Jewell Treen, both
born Malagash.

Robert Gordon had a sister Priscilla who married H. Elliott MacDermid.

I have some more info on Angus descendants but no info on Dorothy Ada


On Sep 7, 2011, at 12:05 PM, Penny Lane wrote:

I don�t know whether there is a connection or not but based on the
surname of his mother thought perhaps there may be a connection??..Penny

Concord Monitor (NH) - October 11, 2007 Deceased Name: Robert L. Angus
Earned the Navy Achievement Award

WELLS, Maine - Robert Leslie Angus, 59, of Wells, Maine, and Penacook,
died Saturday, Sept. 29, 2007, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
of multiple organ failure after a 13-year battle with Agent Orange,
the herbicide/defoliant used during the Vietnam War. Bob was born in
Norwood, Mass., the son of Robert G. and Dorothy (Fillmore) Angus. His
early schooling was in Norwood and Walpole, Mass., where he loved
playing baseball, excelling as a pitcher. He learned to play ice
hockey on the ponds near his home. His family then moved to Concord,
where he entered Rundlett Jr. High and became the youngest hockey
player to skate for Concord High, skating for them in ninth grade and
earning a most valuable player award during his four years. He
graduated from Concord High School in 1966. Upon graduation, he
enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a
gunner's mate. His first tour was aboard the USS Wedderburn, a World
War II destroyer based out of San Diego, which provided aircraft
carrier escort, pilot rescue and shore bombardment in support of U.S.
ground troops. On that tour, Bob's group earned the reputation of the
best gunners in the Pacific. His second tour of duty was as a special
forces Black Beret aboard the river patrol boats or PBRs, made famous
by the movie Apocalypse Now. After attending a British commando
school, he was deployed near the Cambodian border, where he often
brought out downed pilots, inserted Green Berets and Seals, searched
river traffic, and engaged the enemy, serving on more than 121 river
patrols. In April of 1970, he earned the Navy Achievement Award with
combat "V" presented by Adm. Zumwalt for devotion to duty and courage
under fire. Bob was an HVAC mechanic and a licensed electrician. He
took courses at New Hampshire Tech in Manchester upon his return from
the service and worked for Humphrey's and Central Aire in Bow and for
the state of New Hampshire. Before his illness, he had his own
business, Angus and Sons. Bob had several passions. He loved to
garden, raising vegetables and perennials in profusion. He also
enjoyed gourmet cooking, and during many of his hospitalizations, he
always had the Cooking Channel on for all to watch with him. But his
greatest enjoyment, which he shared with his wife Janne, was RVing. He
drove his beloved Chevy Silverado diesel HD, towing his fifth wheel
over 25 states and three Canadian provinces, from the tip of Nova
Scotia to Florida, where he and Janne spent winters at Daytona Beach.
Before his illness limited travel, he was able to full-time it for
three years. He also loved spending time with his grandchildren. He
leaves behind his wife and soul mate of 37 years, Janne (Beede) Angus;
his son, Robert, wife, Dawn, and their children, Alyssa and Aidan of
Penacook; his son, Jeffrey, wife, Jenn and their children, Brendon and
Logan of Penacook; his parents of Concord; a brother, David Angus of
Concord; three sisters, Marilyn Lovejoy and Bonnie Osgood, both of
Concord, and Pam Angus-Harrison of Brookline; two aunts; and several
nieces and nephews. Military services and burial will be held at a
later date at New Hampshire Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen. This
service will be open to all friends and family but also to any
veteran, especially Vietnam veterans, who would like to welcome home
one of their own. Anyone wishing to express sympathy to the family who
is unable to attend may do so at Angusandsons@.... The Cremation
Society of New Hampshire is in charge of arrangements.

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