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HARTFORD'S POINT - Mary Jane Baker Sinclair, 80, died at Sedgewood Commons in Falmouth on Dec. 24, 2001, after a lengthy illness. For the past several years she and her husband were winter residents of the Portland area, and lived at Hartford's Point on Moosehead Lake in the summer. She was born in St. Francis, on Dec. 7, 1921, the daughter of Albert and Marie Baker.She attended Ft. Kent High School and was a graduate of Ft. Kent Normal School. She turned 20 the day Pearl Harbor was bombed. In 1944, she married John Sinclair, also of St. Francis, in Norfolk, Va. After the war, she and her husband lived on the Canadian boundary, in St. Pamphile, for several years before moving to Bangor in 1956. She was a communicant of St. Mary's Church. She also lived for several years in Newport, and Cocoa Beach, Fla. She was a wonderful cook and entertained many friends wherever she lived.

Mary is survived by her husband of 57 Years, John Sinclair of Greenville and Falmouth; her brother, John of Rockville, Conn.; her son, J. David Sinclair of Greenville; her daughter, Susan Sinclair Nevins of Falmouth; two grandsons, Stuart and Aaron Sinclair; two granddaughters, Grace and Molly Nevins; a great-grandson, Owen Sinclair; and many nieces and nephews. Her brothers Norman, Gordon, Albert, Jesse, and Charles predeceased her.

Her family is planning a memorial service and celebration of her life on Memorial Day weekend at Hartford's Point.

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