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Lot 969 Eglantine Path
 Inscription: / (west side) / James H. / Son of / J. D. & M. M. / Mattiford / July 22, 1890 / July 28, 1895 / (east side) / Our / Little Jim / Suffer little children / to come unto me for of / such is the kingdom of / Heaven /

Description: Marble with flowers on top on granite base.

James H. Mattiford was born in Lawrence, Essex County, Massachusetts, to John D. Mattiford, a native of Leipsic, Kent County, Delaware, and Mattie M. Neblack Mattiford, a native of Youngstown, Ohio. He resided at 15 Whitfield Street in Dorchester and died from Diptheria that he had for one week at the age of 5. R. & E. P. Gleason were the undertakers, and he was interred on July 29, 1895.


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