Monthly Archives: April 2014

Frances, Is That You?

I’d like to think I’ve found Frances. Our search for her began earlier this April when Brunswick’s Town Planner, Anna Breinich, came across a 7 ½-by-11-inch marble grave marker, hand-chiseled with the name “Frances.” Found in the Stowe House and … Continue reading

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Frances, Indeed

Frances is still missing. For two weeks we’ve looked for her using clues from Brunswick history resources and from you, dear Reader. This week I searched for her in seventy pages of deeds for the Stowe House at 63 Federal … Continue reading

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Times Change

As promised, this week I’m posting a 1901 article from the Brunswick Telegraph. I have corrected spelling or punctuation as needed for easier reading. Next Saturday I’ll post the results of my deed research for 63 Federal Street, otherwise known … Continue reading

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Finding Frances

When Brunswick’s Director of Planning and Development, Anna Breinich, recently packed to move to the new town offices on Union Street she came across an unusual item: an eight-by-twelve inch tombstone engraved with the name Frances. A note on the … Continue reading

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