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Lot 972 Laurel Path
 Frank H. Ray was born in Boston on May 20, 1857, to John A. Ray, a Rhode Island native, and Sophronia Adams Ray, a native Bostonian. He resided at 35 Hanson Street in the South End of Boston, was a Towerman by trade, and died at Boston City Hospital in the South End on June 22, 1916, at the age of 59 years, 1 month and 2 days from Lye Poisoning Caustic Potash said to be accidental. W. H. Graham was the undertaker, and he was interred on June 24, 1916.

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