|Birth: ||Nov. 9, 1879|
|Death: ||Jan. 20, 1967, USA|
Lillie May was born in a grist mill in Parkton, to parents David B. and Ella Broadbeck Anstine. Her father was a miller.
Lillie became the beloved wife of Centennial Bahr. In 1899, she and Centennial were living her parents and in 1900, moved to a new home on Elizabeth Ave. in Lansdowne, next door to one of her husband's brothers, Leonard Bahr [see memorial].
She was a beloved mother to three children -- Ella [Hull-Henning - see memorial], Lillian [Lortz] and Allen [see memorial], and grandmother to many [see photo, Lillie sitting in center].
[See also her relatives: James Scott Anstine and Malcolm Scott Anstine.
Lorraine Park Cemetery
Woodlawn (Baltimore County)
Plot: A, Grave B, No. 16365
Created by: msb
Record added: Apr 28, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14106030