An update to the Down East post in 2011.

the silver of His fining

One hundred years ago, on December 5, 1914, my mother’s oldest sister, Florence Beulah Dennison was born in Digby, Nova Scotia. She emigrated to Boston with her family in July 1923.

Beulah, as she was called by most, became Auntie B to the nieces and grand-nieces and -nephews. Auntie B never married nor had children of her own.

She loved children and they loved her. She taught Sunday School for many years and was the church secretary after retiring from the New England Telephone Company as an operator.

Auntie B went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in 2009, at age 94. I miss her very much, and look forward to seeing her again in Heaven. I’m so glad God gave her to us.

Beulah in Digby Beulah in Digby

Harry with Ruth and Beulah Harry with Ruth and Beulah

Ruth and Beulah with kittens Ruth and Beulah with kittens

Marion and Beulah with Richard Marion and Beulah with Richard

A silly moment during a family photo shoot (Beulah, Ruth, Ann Marie, and Marion-my mother) A silly moment during a…

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