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Anne S. 'Nancy' Feild, gardener who enjoyed touring historic homes, dies

Anne S. 'Nancy' Feild, gardener who enjoyed touring historic homes, dies

Anne S. "Nancy" Feild, a homemaker who maintained an interest in historic houses and gardening, died June 11 from complications from vascular disease at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 92.

Anne King Sehlstedt was born in Baltimore, the daughter of Albert Sehlstedt Sr., owner of the Albert Sehlstedt Co., monument makers, and Elizabeth "Bessie" Reneham Sehlstedt, a former News American reporter who later managed her husband's firm.

Mrs. Feild, who was known as Nancy, spent her early years living on St. Paul Street before moving with her family to Hilton Avenue, and finally Melvin Avenue in Catonsville.

She attended Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville...

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