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Anna B. Crossman (1882 - 1908)

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Anna B. Crossman
Born [location unknown]
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 18 Aug 1904 in , Westmorland Co., NBmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Dorchester, Westmorland Co., NBmap
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Biography

Note: The death of Mrs. John Ayer took place last week at her home at Fairfield after. a lingering illness. The deceased who was a daughter of Mr. Burnham Croossman,. is survived by her father, husband, and several small children as well as by. three brothers and one sister. The brothers are Messrs. Archibald Crossman of. Sackville, and Milton and Burnham Crossman both of whom are in the United. States. The sister is Miss Stella Crossman. The funeral was held on Sunday. afternoon. It was atttended by many of the sorrowing relatives and friends. (Source: newspaper clipping, no location, no date). The death of Mrs. John Ayer took place last week at her home at Fairfield after. a lingering illness. The deceased who was a daughter of Mr. Burnham Croossman,. is survived by her father, husband, and several small children as well as by. three brothers and one sister. The brothers are Messrs. Archibald Crossman of. Sackville, and Milton and Burnham Crossman both of whom are in the United. States. The sister is Miss Stella Crossman. The funeral was held on Sunday. afternoon. It was atttended by many of the sorrowing relatives and friends. (Source: newspaper clipping, no location, no date). The death of Mrs. John Ayer took place last week at her home at Fairfield after. a lingering illness. The deceased who was a daughter of Mr. Burnham Croossman,. is survived by her father, husband, and several small children as well as by. three brothers and one sister. The brothers are Messrs. Archibald Crossman of. Sackville, and Milton and Burnham Crossman both of whom are in the United. States. The sister is Miss Stella Crossman. The funeral was held on Sunday. afternoon. It was atttended by many of the sorrowing relatives and friends. (Source: newspaper clipping, no location, no date). The death of Mrs. John Ayer took place last week at her home at Fairfield after. a lingering illness. The deceased who was a daughter of Mr. Burnham Croossman,. is survived by her father, husband, and several small children as well as by. three brothers and one sister. The brothers are Messrs. Archibald Crossman of. Sackville, and Milton and Burnham Crossman both of whom are in the United. States. The sister is Miss Stella Crossman. The funeral was held on Sunday. afternoon. It was atttended by many of the sorrowing relatives and friends. (Source: newspaper clipping, no location, no date).

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