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", MARIA VICTORIA SPRAUVE LAMBERTIS
: l day, O-er 5, 1977
All SaintaEpHMlop Church
St. Thorn, Vin sland
Dean Thomas W. Gibbs t Restor;piding
Canon J esMaCWI; aitant
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SUNG REQUIEM MASS
458 O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go
520 Rejoice, O Land, in God Thy Might
397 Let Saints On Earth in Concert Sing
224 Now the Laborer's Task s O'er
600 Ye Holy Angels Bright
Maria Victoria Sprauve Lambertis was born in St. Thomas,
Virgin Islands on May 20,1893, the daughter of Catherine Hed-
rington and Samuel Sprauve. She was baptized in Sts. Peter and
Paul Roman Catholic Church, but became a member of All
Saints Episcopal Parish in her childhood and remained as such
uninterruptedly until her death last Saturday, October 1, at
about 5:15 a.m.
Throughout her life she was completely devoted to her chil-
dren and their families. She was a regular communicant.
Practically the entire town of St. Thomas was her friend. She
served as foster-mother on many occasions. She was noted
for her generosity, her friendliness, and her constancy in friend-
She loved to sing, was one of the top traditional dancers in
her day, and always had a biblical proverb or West Indian
maxim to meet any occasion. By her recitation of ancient
poems and stories she became known as Queen Victoria on
the Senior Citizens Radio Program.
This year she was designated Senior Citizens Carnival Queen.
Her family will sorely miss a loving mother and grandmother.
May she rest In peace...
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Mar. A. Wallnpon
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Alton Victr Lanmertb
Joyce Lmnberb Rhymer
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Phi and Feteda Rhymer
Allen Lambertb -AHdk Lmberth
AMn Lambers /Alton Lambert
Alboe Limbertb / Abwt Lmasert
MAlpMi Limberis/ Alm Lambeth
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Lamme Lamber ,/ Evrmtn Wade
Lorralne Seae I Lubin Lambert
LeoyW Labw et
Roy A. Watinimon
Audley Watdingon Woad
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