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1136 Forsythia Path
 Lucius Osborne Brown was born on March 27, 1904, at 41 Tromlett Street in the Codman Square section of Dorchester to William Roland Brown, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and Louise A. Osborne Brown, a native of Manorville, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. His father was a Physician at 218 Tremont Street in Boston. Lucius Brown died on December 6, 1904, at the age of 8 months and 10 days at 41 Tremlett Street from Entero-Colitis of 2 days duration and Influenza of 4 days duration. J. S. Waterman S Sons were the undertakers, and he was interred on December 8, 1904.

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