359. Lucinda Smith Sprague was born on 17 September 1945 in Swan's Island, Hancock County, Maine, USA. She was educated in Higgins Classical Institute. She was educated in Gorham State Teacher's College.
Lucinda Smith Sprague and Thomas Tyler Lowell were married on 6 July 1968 in Swan's Island, Hancock County, Maine, USA. Thomas Tyler Lowell, son of Tyler Lowell and Harriet Anderson, was born in Freeport, Cumberland County, Maine, USA.
Lucinda Smith Sprague-7021 and Thomas Tyler Lowell-7024 had the following children:
|James Thomas Lowell was born on 25 March 1971 in Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA. He died on 8 May 1984 at the age of 13 in Children's Hospital, Boston. Died of Leukemia.|
Dexter: James T. Lowell, 13, died May 8, 1984, at Children's Hospital, Boston, after a two year fight against Leukemia. He was born in Bridgeport, Conn., March 25, 1971, the son of Thomas and Lucinda (Sprague) Lowell. He attended Dexter schools, where he was a member of the seventh and eigth grade basketball team and a member of troop 51, Boy Scouts of America. He attended the Dexter United Methodist Church. Besides his parents of Dexter, he is survived by a maternal grandmother, Bernice Sprague of Swan's Island; a paternal grandmother, Harriett Lowell of Freeport, a sister Lucianne of Dexter; five uncles, George Lowell of Wilton, N.H., Robert Lowell of Freeport, Kenneth Lowell of Scarborough, Myron Sprague of Swan's Island, and Daniel Spargue of Charleston; one aunt Deborah Hersey of Presque Isle. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday at the Dexter United Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert Leon and the Rev. Vicki Woods officiating. Friends may call 7-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Crosby Funeral Home, 238 Main St., Dexter. A graveside service will be held 12 noon Friday in Rose Hill Cemetery, Swan's Island. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jim Lowell Scholorship Fund, care of Dexter Regional High School, Dexter, 04930; the Ronald McDonald House, (Our House of Maine, Inc.), P.O. Box 1629, Bangor, 04401; or the Ronald McDonald House of Boston, 229 Kent St., Brookline, Mass. 02146 He was buried in Rose Hill cemetery, Atlantic.