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Seeking the return of our Father's Ashes to us. (Leicester)

Marshall St near Hemlock Street

(google map)

Seeking our Father's ashes, they supposedly disappeared from a Marshall St. residence in Leicester, late Two Thousand and Six, early Two Thousand and Seven.

Not seeking to do anything, except recover our father's ashes.

Please describe container, and name on the label.

{One thoughtful person suggested that we describe the container in which the ashes are contained. We haven't done this as it is just one way to weed out the trolls that find it entertaining to attempt to torment us.}

Thank you.

We appreciate those seeking to help. But, the only person that can help is the one who actually has our father's ashes.

Special Thanks to:

Sharon, who on 09/23/2019 gave us to the following report:
Good Morning, I know this is a very long shot, but I volunteer at a homeless day shelter in Boston, and this urn was found and brought in last week with ashes. It has been kept here for a bit just in case the owner was found. It is only a few inches high and contains ashes.I thought I should ask. { Being such a small urn, it could be the remains of someone's beloved pet. But, we thank you for thinking of us. }

cca5, who on 01/13/2018 gave us the following report:
http://www.fox25boston.com/news/woman-says-decoration-bought-at-savers-turned-out-to-be-urn/682376245
We thank you for your reports of found ashes at the Savers store in Plymouth, Massachusetts. But, these regrettably are not the ones we seek.

David, We thank you for your reports of found ashes in Paxton, and Lake Quinsigamond. Sadly, these are not what we seek. Your kind concern is much appreciated, our search continues.

Papa Man, Once again we thank you for your vigilance to our search. But, no, they are not our Father's ashes. Your kind concern is much appreciated.

Tracy R., No, they were not our Father's ashes. Your kind concern is much appreciated.

Jenn B., No, they were not our Father's ashes. Your kind concern is much appreciated.

Colleen and Papa Man, No, the ashes left in the Uhaul truck in Auburn, MA, 05/2017 were not the ones that we seek, Thank You Both, Your concern is much appreciated.

Jenn G., who alerted us to the ashes that were found on a bench at Tenean Beach in Dorchester, MA, 04/03/2017. Sadly, those are not Our Father's remains, wrong type of container. Thank You Jenn, Your concern is much appreciated.

Carl, who alerted us to the ashes found in Quincy, MA, 12/30/16. Sadly, these are not Our Father's remains, wrong type of container. Thank You Carl, it is much appreciated.

And to all who keep us in their thoughts, May the Eternal watch over Thee and Thine.

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