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Hingham Obituaries- January 26

Obituaries of Hingham residents from the past month.

CHARLOTTE E. (CONLEY) CALVARIO, of Weymouth, formerly of Hingham and Rockland, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 24th, 2013 at Norwell Knoll Nursing Home at the age of 95.

She was the wife of the late Alfred DeNoyer and mother of Richard L. DeNoyer of Middleton, MA., Susanne C. Davis of Buzzards Bay and Jayne B. DeNoyer of Hull. Sister of the late Miriam Seppala. Also survived by 6 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, 2 nephews and one niece.

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MARY E. (WALLA) DUFF, a Hingham resident for the past 70 years, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 2nd, 2013 at Harbor House Nursing Center in Hingham at the age of 98. Mrs. Duff was born in Clarkson, Nebraska and graduated from Clarkson High School and the Creighton University School of Nursing. She was a registered nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska and was also a private nurse for a Nebraska country doctor.

She was the wife of the late Valentine S. Duff, Jr., and mother of; Mary C. Duff of Franklin Park, NJ, Michael S. Duff and his wife Maureen of Pembroke and Mark J. Duff and his wife Geri of Hingham. Sister of the late James Walla,Verna Fielding and Joseph Walla, Jr.

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PRISCILLA LOUISE ALLEN HUME, of Hingham, passed away at the Norwell Knoll Nursing Home on January 7th, 2013. She was 87. Beloved wife of the late Elmer (Russ) Hume, she is survived by her three children; Deborah Stockbridge of Scituate, MA, Sandra Bailey of Richmond, Virginia and Donald Hume of Plymouth, MA. She had seven grandchildren; Heidi Howe Ragone, Dr. Meredith Bailey, the late Jeffrey Bailey, Kimberly Bailey, Becky Stockbridge McKinnell, Lindsay Stockbridge and Charles Stockbridge and four great grandchildren; John, David and Peter Ragone and Piper McKinnell. Sister of the late Margie Kaloyanides of Hingham and the late Robert Allen of Winchester. She is also survived by 8 nieces and nephews.

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