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Mildred "Louise" Wilson Obituary
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August 15, 2018

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August 15, 2018

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March 29, 2018
Carol, Della and I send our love and hugs. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
May your Mom Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.
Gods Peace to you and your family.
March 25, 2018
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March 24, 2018
Carol,
Bob and I were saddened by the loss of your Mother. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love, Bob and Linda Quinn
March 24, 2018
Thank you Lyn for calling me this morning and letting me know about Little Louise. We were of the first five Grandchildren of the Ashby Family. We associated quite frequently when I lived in Smithfield and visited the Ashby Farm every Sunday. Being the second oldest Grandchild and only Grandson for about 20 years had some advantages.
As I told you, Aunt Mildred was one of my best buddies. When I was in College at St. Helena in South Norfolk after WWII, on occasion I would ride the ferry with Uncle Ashton, meet Aunt Mildred at her place of employment, go home with her and spend the night. Mary Ann was still in high school and I would help her with her homework. Louise could have been in her senior year as well because she was home also.
Your Dad and I were good friends and when we talked on the phone, because he always answered, we had a lot of laughs. I'm sorry that your Mother's and my visitations were less frequent in the past few years but I value the family memories and my relationship with you especially. Give the others my condolences.
Love,
Cousin G. C. Ashby