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The graveside help for Hope Marie Parker will be 11:00am Tuesday, November 7th at Brookside Cemetery, Watertown. Calling hours will be 4:00pm-6:00pm Thursday, November 2nd at the Reed & Benoit Exequies Home, Inc. Hope passed away Saturday, October 28th at Samaritan Medical Center where she had been an inpatient. She was born in Watertown May 10, 1964, and was a daughter to Harold and Betty (Jobson) Ellsworth. She married William James Parker in Watertown on August 03, 1993. She enjoyed the outdoors, collecting angels, music (namely Michael Jackson), and spending sometimes with her grandchildren. Surviving besides her husband are her children: Katelyn Parker (significant other Brandon Edwards) of Watertown, Jody Creme de la creme of Louisiana, Amber Gentry of Louisiana, Fuller Metzler of Watertown. her brothers: David Ellsworth, Robert Ellsworth, George Ellsworth, Pete Ellsworth, Jim Ellsworth. and her sisters: Debra Westcott, Corline McConnell, Betty Ellsworth. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren, 3 immense-grandchildren, & several nieces and nephews. Hope is predeceased by a son, Scott Ellsworth, and 2 brothers, Harold & Timothy Ellsworth. Donations may be made in her bigwig to St. Joe’s Hospital, 301 Prospect Avenue, Syracuse, New York 13203. Arrangements are with Reed & Benoit Funeral Old folks', Inc. Source: www.watertowndailytimes.com
Surviving as well as her husband are her children: Katelyn Parker (significant other Brandon Edwards) of Watertown, Jody Gentry of Louisiana, Amber Gentlemen of Louisiana, Fuller Metzler of Watertown; her brothers: David Ellsworth, Robert Ellsworth, George
ELLSWORTH, Maine — A car crashed thoroughly the front wall of a High Street supermarket on Thursday, causing structural damage but no injuries. A Subaru
One Robert Ellsworth Pollard Inferior, of Dayton, Ohio, turns 60 today. 10/31/17, @notmygoodeye
RT @ArtBrowsing: Brushing the close by : later Chinese calligraphy from the gift of Robert Hatfield Ellsworth / Joseph[...] (2000) https://t.co… 10/27/17, @LeviLivy
Brushing the years : later Chinese calligraphy from the gift of Robert Hatfield Ellsworth / Joseph[...] (2000)… https://t.co/zDTczLMwJu 10/27/17, @ArtBrowsing
powdered sugar, onions, demi glace, white wine, butter, mustard powder, beef bouillon granules
butter, powdered sugar, flour, milk, walnut
butter, flour, milk, semisweet chocolate, walnut, sugar
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Oliver Ellsworth (April 29, 1745 – November 26, 1807) was an American legal practitioner, judge, politician, and diplomat. He was a drafter of the United States Constitution, a ...
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For four months, 55 delegates from the several states met to scheme a Constitution for a federal republic that would last into “remote futurity.”