Francis-Baldwin-Obituary

Francis Baldwin

Richmond, Virginia

1919 - 2012

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For the welcoming by Bunny at The Chatterbox of first cousin once removed Talbot and his sons John Talbot, III and Jimmy and me, the warmth of relationship and family permanently cemented. For that day of fellowship among cousins, especially Frank & Linda's son Couper with my sons W.Lee,II and Alfredo in the cottage designed by great-Aunt Fannie C. Couper my heart and love and heartfelt connection is extended to Linda and Frank & Katherine, as their father, my cousin Bunny is now at...

To the whole family we send our love and sympathy in the passing of 'Uncle Bunny'. I didn't know much about Frank's WII experience, but then I didn't know much about dad's either, because he didn't talk about it. Frank lived a long and gracious life, and had that boyish laugh that I remember so well. He still had it when we saw him at Germaine's funeral. I'm thankful I was able to see him then - it had been 40+ years. May God continue to bless you all. Monique (Baldwin) and Ray Gregory

Canticle of Christ Minsitry Richmond (CCM)

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Francis BaldwinRichmond - Francis Bernard Couper Baldwin, died in Richmond on May 27, 2012. Frank Baldwin, known to his family as "Bunny," was born on January 18, 1919, in Norfolk to Frances and Rufus Guy Baldwin. His mother's family owned the Couper Marble Works and his father owned...

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