Obituary of Mrs. Harry Foster

by Laurel | May 26th, 2010

Note: This is my maternal grandmother’s first cousin, looking for anyone related to this family — many Holyoke connections.

Anna (Lynch) Foster

Anna (Lynch) Foster

May 2, 1958

Greenfield. Mrs. Anna (Lynch) Foster of 70 School St. died at her home today. Born in Hadley, daughter of John and Nellie (Crowley) Lynch, she was a resident of Greenfield for 18 years and was the widow of Harry Foster. She was a member of Holy Trinity Church and had been active in church affairs. Mrs. Foster leaves on son, Lawrence Foster of West Haven, Conn.; a daughter, Mrs. John Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah, a sister Mrs. Hattie Winter of West Haven, Conn.; and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be at the McCarthy funeral home Wednesday at 8:30 a.m., followed by a requiem mass in Holy Trinity Church at 9 a.m. Burial will be in Saint Brigid’s Cemetery in Amherst. Visiting hours are Tuesday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9:s0 p.m.

From The Springfield Republican.

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