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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Family members explore Nashua roots

Several members of the late Philip and Milfred Mercier family from Nashua recently visited several of the various other family plots at the Gibson Cemetery in Pelham.

They were son Eugene Mercier, a resident of the Greenbriar Rehabilitation Center; grandson John Mercier, from Ogunquit, Maine; grandaughter Kim Mertz, from Bridgeton, Maine; and her brother Michael Mercier, from Portland, Maine. ...

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Several members of the late Philip and Milfred Mercier family from Nashua recently visited several of the various other family plots at the Gibson Cemetery in Pelham.

They were son Eugene Mercier, a resident of the Greenbriar Rehabilitation Center; grandson John Mercier, from Ogunquit, Maine; grandaughter Kim Mertz, from Bridgeton, Maine; and her brother Michael Mercier, from Portland, Maine.

A large number of other family members are planning another cemetery visit in the next several months.

Buried in the old section of the Gibson Cemetery in 1892 is uncle Nelson Landry. He was unique in that he knew the day he was going to die. Of course, he had a little help from 12 men and a judge, but still …

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