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Annette Alfreda Charles Marsh Dead at 49

July 14, 2007 – Annette Alfreda Charles Marsh of Estate Williams Delight, died on July 5, at the Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital, at age 49.
She is survived by her mother, Eunice John-Henry; daughters: Jerusha, Tamarai and Jamara Marsh, Tiffany Tiboy, Thandiwe Monell, Kizuwanda Gibbs and Qubilaha Henry; sons: Louie Granville, Mark Bannis, N'namandi March, Jakarai Charles; and grandchildren: Shamoi, Shamoia, Shamualla Granville, and Shabuka Bannis, N'namandi Jr., Kimari, Ke'Shawn and Ke'Shawna March, Izzahsha and Mitchell Webber Jr., Zahmore Dowdye, Zahhell Esquilin, Zi'nia and Zakarai DeGrasse, Shadamia and Damian Diaz Jr., and Ajahni, Guillawme, Thawanda Gibbs, and RoShanda and JahShanda Henry. She is also survived by brothers: Ezra, Bain and Vain Charles, Julian Gordon, Elroy and David Baltimore, and Rudolph Henry; sisters: Ariel Lesmond, Nadine Samuel, Ame Stevens, Judith Henry, Ann Marie Henry and Nioca Martin; aunts: Sylvia McPherson, Eugenie Tutein, Lucian Jones, Marilyn Winston, Avril Daniel, Elizabeth Butler, Naomi John, Iola Garvey, Carolyn Thomas, Cecilia Lawrence, Idona Benjamin, Elida Ledesma, Celestina Green and Lorna King; uncles: Sylvan Bastian, Alfred John, Jose Felix, Herman Lenhart and Lionell Grave; as well as many other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
There will be viewing held from 9-10 a.m., on Wednesday, July 18, at Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Upper Love, followed be a funeral service, at 10 a.m., at the church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.
Professional services are entrusted to James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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