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Annie Maud Killam
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Annie Maud Killam Nurse US Army Nurse Corps June 21, 1890 Scott’s Settlement, NB July 6, 1991 (aged 101) Wethersfield Village Cemetery, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA Listed on the Tusket, NS War Memorial A. Maud Killam Those Who Served Annie Maude Killam was the daughter of Martin Luther Killam and Mary Jennie (Fairweather) Killam. The family lived in Tusket, NS. Annie Maud was the fourth eldest of eight children. Her brother, Scott Boyce Killam, served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force, enlisting with the 219th Battalion and serving in France with the 85th Battalion. In 1913 Annie left Tusket and travelled to Worcester, Massachusetts, in the US. After World War I, she married Harrison Wadsworth Hill (1894–1952) a civil engineer on September 30, 1926 at Tusket. The couple lived in various locations in Connecticut. Annie died on July 6, 1991 at the age of 101 years.
Killam Family; Annie Maude Killam (on far left)