John-Firth-Obituary

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John Mirkil Firth Jr.

Mitchellville, Maryland

Nov 25, 1910 – Oct 17, 2010

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Robert E. Evans Funeral Home Obituary

John Mirkil Firth, Jr.Born November 25, 1910Died October 17, 2010John Firth was born in Bucks County near New Hope, Pennsylvania, the youngest of three children, and grew up on his parents farm. Leaving Pennsylvania, he moved to New York. In 1934 he met, fell in love with and married Lotte...

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Farm House, 1974

Apple Cider Smash 1974

I am sorry I could not attend the funeral services for PopPop, I have many memories of his kindness and generosity. He was a great father-in-law.
Edie Firth (Charlottesville, VA)

Pop-Pop, I finally overcame my aversion to seafood. But I still won't eat my pizza crusts. I'll miss eating mint chocolate chip ice cream with you and talking about the farm. Thank you for the last 37 years of memories: Christmas Tree hunts, Easter Brunch, Craw-dading, Florida summers, Cider pressing, leaf raking, roast beef-carving, buckwheat pancakes on the BlueRidge, swimming holes, respect for the flag and "No shoes on the couch!" You will be missed in a Grand way. You will...

Dear Poppop,
Thank you for all the memories...tractor rides, hay rides, getting Christmas trees, feeding the cows, bailing hay and having the coolest barn. I will miss you.
Love, your oldest grandchild...Dorothy

Poppop,
I am so grateful that I got to spend the last week of your life with you. You have left my sisters and I with so many wonderful memories; tractor rides, getting Christmas trees, feeding the cows and giving us a pony named Hillbillie.
I will miss you and always love you.
Love, your oldest grandchild...
Dorothy

Sonny, Bob, Susie & Allen

View at the farm

Those cigars are probably the reason I love the smell of tobacco but hate the smoke. A scratchy beard and a throaty "Hmmph". Goodbye Poppop.