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April 06, 2020

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January 24, 2020
Mrs. Capt. Ashby lives forever in the hearts of all of us in 1876 Greenmanville. - Miss L.E. Ackerman.
January 19, 2020
I had the pleasure of meeting Janice when she began sharing her vast knowledge of Gales Ferry with the second grade students at Gales Ferry School. She amazed us with many stories of earlier times in Gales Ferry/Ledyard.
I can't believe all she did for her community and for southeastern CT. She will certainly be missed.
To her family, I send my sincere sympathy. May your many happy memories of Janice bring you comfort in the days ahead.

Sincerely,
January 17, 2020
Hanna and Martha and family,Aunt Jan was an interesting person. She and Uncle George introduced my parents to each other on a blind date! If it were not for her and Uncle George, I would not have been born! My Mom remembers George driving the car down Library Lane in Gales ferry, during a snowy day,and Jan was being towed behind with snow skis on, holding onto a rope!
I used to visit her often when she lived in the "Village of Gales Ferry." She would tell many stories, one of which was crossing the Thames for 25 cents with Gertrude Bowles rowing the ferryboat. I will miss Aunt Jan.
January 17, 2020
So sorry to hear of Jan's passing. My husband and I worked with her at Mystic Seaport for many years. I have thought of her often with great fondness. Our condolences to the Bell family. Sarah & Rick Spencer
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