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Lot 789 Eglantine Path
 Sarah B. Emerson Schallenbach was born in Boston in 1860 to George and Mary Estter Emerson who were both native Bostonians. She was the wife of John A. Schallenbach, resided at 36 Parkman street in the Field's Corner section of Dorchester, and died on March 6, 1932, from Carcinoma at the age of 71 years, 9 months and 5 days. R. & E. F. Gleason were the undertakers, and she was interred on March 9, 1932.

In 1936 Arthur W. Gross of 186 Willard Street in West Quincy placed this stone with the “Daughters of the American Revolution” insignia for Sarah B. Emerson Schallenbach and Albert Emerson on the lot.

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