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Sister Mary Ellen Field 

Sister Mary Ellen Field

This album contains documents and photographs about Sister Mary Ellen Field, daughter of Peter P. Field and Jennie (Roach) Field, who served as a Sister of Mercy for over 50 years, leading the New Hampshire order as the Mother General and in other posts for many of those years.

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Sister M. Ellen Field (Summary of Accomplishments)
Sister M. Ellen Field (Summary of Accomplishments)
 
 
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Photograph, Sister Mary Ellen Field.
Photograph, Sister Mary Ellen Field.
 
 
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Photograph of Sister Mary Ellen Field in the 1970 yearbook of the Marion Court Secretarial School, which she founded.
Photograph of Sister Mary Ellen Field in the 1970 yearbook of the Marion Court Secretarial School, which she founded.
 
 
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Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Manchester Union Leader, January 10, 1976)
Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Manchester Union Leader, January 10, 1976)
 
 
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Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Boston Globe) (Jan 10, 1976).jpg
Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Boston Globe) (Jan 10, 1976).jpg
 
 
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Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Lawrence Eagle Tribune) (Jan 10, 1976).jpg
Obituary (Sister M. Ellen Field) (Lawrence Eagle Tribune) (Jan 10, 1976).jpg
 
 
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Obituary (Sister. M Ellen Field) (The Church World) (Jan 15, 1976).jpg
Obituary (Sister. M Ellen Field) (The Church World) (Jan 15, 1976).jpg
 
 
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Memorial Stone, Sister Mary Ellen Field in Windham, NH.  

The priest is Sr. M. Ellen's nephew, Father Joseph Ford.
Memorial Stone, Sister Mary Ellen Field in Windham, NH. The priest is Sr. M. Ellen's nephew, Father Joseph Ford.
"In the service of leadership she brought strength, vision, and joy to the Sisters of Mercy. She cherished the value of education, the beauty of Windham, and the spirit of Catherine McAuley." 
 

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