Some time between 1898 and 1900, Emily returned to Kittery with her five daughters, and John remained behind in Colchester. She lived with her parents and sister, May Brown, at Locke's Cove.
She came down ill in Nov. 1909, according to the local newspaper, and she would die from tuberculosis on 8 Dec 1909 at her parents home in Kittery. She was only 45 years old. She would be buried in Orchard Grove Cemetery.
The children of John and Emily (Brown) Kramer were:
i. Estelle Maude Kramer, born 8 Jan 1890 in Malden, MA
ii. Martha Louise Kramer, b. 9 Jul 1891 in Colchester, CT
iii. (daughter) Kramer, b and d. 20 Aug 1892 in Colchester, CT
iv. Helen Kramer, b. 4 Sept 1893 in Colchester, CT
v. Verna Brown Kramer, b. 31 Oct 1894 in Turnerville (Hebron), CT
vi. Hazel Irene Kramer, b. 7 Oct 1897 in Colchester, CT
Earlier blog pages:
Brown - Locke's Cove
The immigration of George Kramer and Mary Fedder (John Kramer's parents)