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town (1990 pop. 16,230), Providence co., NW R.I.; inc. 1806. It is named for James Burrill, Jr., attorney general of the state who later became a chief justice and U.S. senator.
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A native of Burrillville, Rhode Island, he graduated from the USNA in 1981, was designated a naval flight officer in 1982, and graduated from the Navy Fighter Weapons School (NFWS) Top Gun in 1985.
The course traveled through towns including Upton, Grafton, Uxbridge, Northbridge and Harrisville, Rhode Island, before finishing at Spring Lake Beach in Burrillville, Rhode Island. The 13th year of the challenge drew about 500 entrants, according to Sandy Piscitelli, the race organizer.
Palma, 55, of Burrillville, Rhode Island, passed away on Sunday, March 31, 2013 at the Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket, RI after a brief illness.
Margaret was born in Burrillville, Rhode Island the daughter of Nelson & Anna (Curran) Albuquerque and has lived in Spencer since 1948.
and his wife Mary Brunell of Burrillville, Rhode Island and granddaughters: Amy Polt of Baltimore, MD, Jennifer Cote of Worcester, and great-granddaughter Brianna Cote.
Joseph is survived by his parents, Stanley Joseph and Rosemary Coley, of Mendon, Massachusetts; a brother, Steven Christey of Burlington, Massachusetts; a sister, Maria Rockwell of Grafton, Massachusetts; four children: Daniel Harrison of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Tracey Harrison of Winder, Georgia, Crystal Marley of Woonsocket, Rhode Island and Robin Marley of Burrillville, Rhode Island; niece and nephews, Tamara, Andrew and Storm Rockwell of Grafton, Massachusetts and five grandchildren.
She was born in Providence, Rhode Island, the daughter of William Harold "Skip" and Blanche (Silvy) O'Connor and resided in Pascoag and Burrillville, Rhode Island, before moving to Concord in 1946 and Worcester in 1952.