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Posted by: laura davis (ID *****8694) Date: January 12, 2012 at 14:15:06
In Reply to: Re: wILLIAM fRAMPTON AND ELIZABET H POTTER by Mary Brown of 484

Hi, I was not insulting the Frampton son who was left to care for both his Mother and his father's previous wife. In the course of tracing the family, I found this quote in some Frampton memorabilia, written gossip?, whatever. I have read endless material, etc over the years. Most probably both "Mothers" were happy and proud to have such a diligent son to look after their care. Currently I am staying with my grown son while recurperating from an operation, and we just enjoyed the Celtics/Mavericks BB game on tv last night, although our Celtics lost by 4 pts
My son better not complain that his Mother was a big pain to care for, not after enjoying the chocolate cookies and drinks I provided for Game Time. Hey! those two "Mothers' of the Frampton son got him safely to Utah from the Midwest, no easy feat by covered wagon. A descendent from the third wife, LD

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