Cousins At the Seaver Gravestone in Evergreen Cemetery in Leominster, Mass. — Post 696 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

  I am unable to assist it, I am unable to do a wordless publish! That is considered one of my favourite pictures: 

Linda and I took a trip to New England in July 2004.  My uncle, Edward Richmond Seaver (1913-2004) died 14 February 2004 in Arizona, and the household gathered in Leominster, Massachusetts to bury him in Evergreen Cemetery together with his late spouse, Janet (Roukes) Seaver.  We eulogized him within the chapel within the cemetery after which visited the graves of our Seaver ancestors on this cemetery.  It was a wonderful summer season day and we celebrated the lifetime of Ed in fantastic vogue.

The picture above exhibits six of the eleven cousins descended from grandparents Frederick Walton Seaver (1876-1942) and Alma Bessie Richmond (1882-1962) of Leominster.  From the left:

*  Joanie – daughter of Edward and Janet (Roukes) Seaver.
*  Judy – daughter of Bowers and Ruth (Seaver) Fischer.
*  Virginia – daughter of Walter and Evelyn (Seaver) Wooden.

*  Peter – son of Edward and Janet (Roukes) Seaver.
*  Randy – son of Frederick and Betty (Carringer) Seaver.
*  Barbie – daughter of Bowers and Ruth (Seaver) Fischer.
Edward Richmond Seaver was my solely Seaver uncle, and I cherished this man a lot.  He was a Columbia soccer participant, a U.S. Navy captain, and a fantastic and fun-loving man.  

On this journey, we took the time to go to with the cousins, and stayed with Virginia for a number of days in Salem, New Hampshire in her 1700’s period salt-box home.  


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