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Grave 110 Range H Willow Avenue
 Samuel W. Brackett was born in Maine in 1868 to Luther and Emily Goodwin Brackett, natives of the Pine Tree State. In 1927 he was a Shipper at a chocolate factory and worked at that occupation for the last 22 years of his life. In 1927 he lived at 1544 Dorchester Avenue in Dorchester and at the end of his life at 23 Park Avenue off of Park Street in Dorchester. He worked until the last day of his life and died at Boston City Hospital in the South End at the age of 64 from Cerebral Hemorrhage with rupture into pia arachnoid on October 17, 1933. Joseph A. Parrell was the undertaker, and he was interred on October 20, 1933.

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