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Grave 110 Range H Willow Avenue
 Maude E. Brackett was born in Medford in Middlesex County in 1880 to Charles and Alvina Barton Curtis, natives of Medford on the Mystic River. She was the wife of Samuel W. Brackett and in 1969 resided at 27 Kinball Street off of Dorchester Avenue in Dorchester. The date of her demise on her stone of 1974 is inaccurate. Towards the end of her life of 92 years she resided at the Carver Manor Nursing Home at 1380 Columbia Road in South Boston. On October 15, 1972, she passed away at the Doctors Hospital of Boston at 780 American Legion Highway in Roslindale from Cerebral Vascular Accident, Cardiomegaly Pneumonia, and Nephritis. The Fitzgibbons Funeral Home on Adams Street and Dickens Street in Field's Corner handled the arrangements, and she was interred on October 19, 1972.

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