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Philip was born in Paris, the only son of Charlotte (née Renoir), from Burgundy, and George Cannon, a Cornish sailor, who had met in London ... and you never knew what he was going to say next, but he taught me everything I know about orchestration.” (The Guardian)
(On another familial note, my mom tells me we weren’t so fancy ... According to a 2005 San Francisco Chronicle obituary, Alphonsine “Therese” or “Te” Makowsky, the original breeder of the Rock Cornish, was born in the French countryside, moved ... (The Seattle Times)
Ruth was born on September 20, 1950 and passed away on Sunday, January 22, 2017. Ruth was a resident of Cornish, New Hampshire at the time of her passing. Ruth was a graduate of Stevens High School in the class of 1968. She was married to David. (tributes.com)
Burial will be at the family cemetery in Cornish at a later date. Those wishing, in lieu of flowers, may make a charitable contribution in his memory to the Greater Androscoggin Humane Society 55 Strawberry Ave. Lewiston, ME 04240 in appreciation for his ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
had lived in Cornish full time since 1980. She was noted for her love of animals; she owned many through the years including horses, dogs, miniature donkeys, swans, and peacocks. She also loved the coast of Maine and the wooded hills of New Hampshire. (Valley News)
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