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In loving memory of
Martha Morrison Jones
  • January 24, 1927
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  • July 19, 2017

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Martha died after a brief illness, in Hospice Care, July 19, 2017, at the age of 90.  She was born in Keene, NH, January 24, 1927.  She was predeceased by both her first husband, Jacob K. Frederick, Jr and her second husband, Harry E. Jones, Jr.

For the past 30 years Martha lived in Leesburg, FL spending her summers in Hooksett, NH. She had four successful careers.  She was an avid bridge player and loved the cruising lifestyle in the Caribbean with family and friends

Martha is survived by her three daughters, Susan Jenkins (David) of Auburn, NH; Jo-Ann Spinney (Steve) of Fort Smith, AR; and Linda Windhausen of Oshkosh, WI.  She had three grandchildren, Benjamin Andrus, Nicholas Andrus, Sarah Windhausen-Battistelli, and four great-grandchildren.

Services entrusted to Baldwin Brothers Funeral and Cremation, Tavares, Florida


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  1. John &Tammy Cowing lit a candle:
    03 Aug 2017
    Lit since August 3, 2017 at 8:55:41 PM

  2. John &Tammy Cowing says:
    03 Aug 2017
    Our deepest condolences go out to you and your family.We are thinking of you and sending our love.

  3. Dave Shelton says:
    03 Aug 2017
    Our family tribute to a great long-time friend and wonderful Water Ski Show Announcer for MRWSC of Rindge NH! The late night stories - some even true, the many square dances, the infamous "near-free" camping trips, adventures in Jake's 1949 Lincoln, and many more great memories created together will live on! Thankful for times together. Blessings to the Frederick family.

  4. Pat and Robert Hall says:
    27 Jul 2017
    Those turquoise eyes! That take-charge attitude! The canny saleswoman who helped sell our house. That generous spirit, and those jokes and stories: "The One-Way Street and the Arrow"; the "Tray-on-the-Ceiling"... That was our "Miss Mahtha." We will miss her. May she rest in peace.

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