Maude E. Farrer, 94.
WEBSTER Webster, town (1990 pop. 16,196), Worcester co., S Mass., near the Conn. line; settled c.1713, set off from Dudley and Oxford and inc. 1832. The chief manufactures are footwear, fabrics, and textiles. - Maude E. Farrer, 94, of Thompson Rd., died Friday, February 2, 2007, at Webster Manor Nursing Home in Webster. She is survived by a sister, Mina Warman of Pomfret, CT; several nephews and nieces, including Arline M. Benoit and her husband Ernest of Webster; and several great nephews and nieces, including Ernie W. Benoit and his family of Rutland, and Heather Bell and her family of Webster. She was born in Bass River, New Brunswick New Brunswick, province, Canada
New Brunswick, province (2001 pop. 729,498), 28,345 sq mi (73,433 sq km), including 519 sq mi (1,345 sq km) of water surface, E Canada. , Canada, the daughter of the late John and Jane (Ferguson) Farrer.
A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 10, 2007, at the Wesley Methodist Church For Wesley Methodist Church in Edmonton, Canada, see Robertson-Wesley United Church (Edmonton).
Wesley Methodist Church is the oldest Methodist church with an English-speaking congregation in Singapore. It is located at 5 Fort Canning Road, Singapore 179493. , 114 Main St., Worcester. Burial burial, disposal of a corpse in a grave or tomb. The first evidence of deliberate burial was found in European caves of the Paleolithic period. Prehistoric discoveries include both individual and communal burials, the latter indicating that pits or ossuaries were will be at a later date in Browns Yard, Bass River, New Brunswick, Canada. There are no calling hours. Paradis Funeral Home, 357 Main St., Oxford, is directing the arrangements.