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Lot 789 Eglantine Path
 John P. Schallenbach was born in Germany in 1819 to William and , natives of Germany. For several years in Paris, France, he perfected his vocation as Cabinet Maker. He then settled in St. Louis, Missouri, then in Cincinnati, Ohio and spent the rest of his life in Dorchester. For the last thirteen years he was employed by Messrs. Macullar, Parker and Company in Downtown Boston. His newspaper obituary described him as truthful, honest and faithful and left behind a good name. Mr. Schallenbach resided at 15 Charles Street in the Field's Corner neighborhood of Dorchester and died on March 24, 1891, from Pleuro - Pneumonia of 10 days duration at the age of 71 years, 4 months and 19 days. R. & E. F. Gleason were the undertakers, and he was interred on March 26, 1891, a Thursday, at 3:00 P. M.

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