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Mary Elizabeth Taylor Armstrong
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Grandma, How I have long wished I could have met you. My heart longs to be with you, to understand how your loving hands so guided my father, your last child, John, who your arms had to let go when he was just two. Your dear husband, also so gentle and kind his love carried on in my father's life after his passing when your Johnny was merely ten, through your strong, good daughter, Lilly, is one whom I long to see for the first. How driven the both of you were, leaving civilization to take up that arduous Star mail route near Elida! How many tales of frightful wonder, loss, and hardship my dear father had to tell me over, and over, as i grew up on his knee. How proud you would be to know of his sacrifice during a terrible War during the forties, long years after you were in Heaven, and I was in the making.Yes, do give your special love to any soul who visits this special memory of you, dear grandma.Your Loving Grandson,Claude(Claud) -named for your first grandchild, by your own first born son, Benjamin.Lakewood, WashingtonP.S. Grandma, I know you would have just loved the wonderful lady your Johnny married! Gladys Faustina Clewett-Armstrong was so fine a wife, mother, pioneer, and my kind, dear, under-appreciated mother. You surely would have loved her!
- Claude Armstrong
 Added: Apr. 14, 2009
 
Rest In Peace & God Bless

- Tammie Gunter
 Added: Feb. 2, 2005
 

- JGL
 Added: Jan. 21, 2005
 
 
 
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