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HELP! Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Edith  ALLEN

  (b. 10 July 1844 Falmouth, Maine, USA   d. 25 April 1913 Nashua, New Hampshire, USA )  

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Edith ALLEN was born 10 July 1844 in Falmouth, Maine, USA

Edith ALLEN was the child of ?   and   ?

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Edith  married  Charles Howard MABRY 2 May 1870 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Charles Howard MABRY  was born 13 September 1845 in Windham, Maine, USA.  Charles Howard died 1 August 1923 in Litchfield, New Hampshire, USA.  Charles Howard was the child of Jefferson MABRY and Lucretia Ann SWETT.

Edith ALLEN died 25 April 1913 in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA .
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Edith ALLEN married Grave has been locatedflag male ancestor Charles Howard MABRY-- Date: 2 May 1870 Place: Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA
Charles Howard MABRY was the child of Jefferson MABRY and Lucretia Ann SWETT




Children of Charles Howard MABRY and Edith ALLEN:

flag female ancestor Ella Estelle MABRY (b.3 August 1871, Templeton, Massachusetts, USA   d. 4 April 1916, Pownal, Maine, USA)
m. William Scott MERRILL 25 December 1890 in Yarmouth, Maine, USA



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birth1844 Birth
10 July 1844
Falmouth, Maine, USA

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marriage1870 Marriage / Partner
Edith ALLEN and Charles Howard MABRY 2 May 1870, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA

She was 25 years old.
News1870 - June 26 - Christmas becomes a Federal holiday in the United States. It was still illegal in some states.
1871 Birth of Child
Ella Estelle MABRY was born 3 August 1871, Templeton, Massachusetts, USA (Baldwinville) (East Templeton) (Otter River)

Edith was 27 years old.
marriage1890 Marriage of Child
Ella Estelle MABRY married 25 December 1890, Yarmouth, Maine, USA to William Scott MERRILL
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The Covered Bridge on Prescumscot River, Below Riverton Park
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Casino at Underwood Spring Park (1911)
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Edith ALLEN - Grave
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Edgewood Cemetery Nashua Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA
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death1913 Death
25 April 1913
Nashua, New Hampshire, USA (Dunstable)

She died at the age of 68.


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Edith is buried at: Edgewood Cemetery Nashua Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA
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