He entered the ministry in 1873. He was ordained in March 1874, at Carlisle, N.B. About 1888 he moved to Mars Hill, Maine. Author of "The Life and Ministry of the Reverend George W. Orser". He died at the home of his sister, Martha (Orser) Nevers. Services were held at Hartland and also at Mars Hill. He is buried in the cemetery at Mars Hill beside his wife and children.
Fact: Burial Kings Grove Cemetery, Mars Hill, Aroostook County, Maine, USA
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However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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