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Lot 940 Dahlia Path
 Mary E. S. Pearson was born in England on September 6, 1838. She was the wife of Frederick T. Pearson and died on March 17, 1873, in Taunton in Bristol County from Phthisis at the age of 34. Her remains came to 63 in the Maple Lot from Taunton on April 24, 1875. L. Jones & Son were the undertakers, and her remains cane to Dahlia Path on October 6, 1894 the same day as those of her husband, Frederick T. Pearson.

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