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Lot 866 Forsythia Path
 Adaline Arnold Reed was born in 1821 in Watertown, Jefferson County, in Upstate New York, to Edward Arnold. She was the wife of William F. Reed, a resident of 31 Lawrence Avenue, and died on March 19, 1892, from Heart Failure, Old Age, and Apoplexia that she had for 1 day at the age of 70 years and 11 months. J. Tinkham was the undertaker, and her remains were brought to this lot from Mt. Hope Cemetery in West Roxbury on October 28, 1892 on the same day as those of her husband.

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