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 Susan L. Towle Divoll Thayer was born in Boston in 1833 to Newell and Clarissa Towle. She married her first husband, Calvin Divoll, on September 26, 1860, with the Rev. Daniel C. Eddy of the Harvard Street Church (Baptist) on Harrison Avenue at Harvard Street performing the ceremony. Calvin Divoll was a native of Weathersfield, Windsor County, Vermont, resided at 128 Canton Street in the South End, worked in Provisions, and died on May 6, 1865, from Diptheria and Pneumonia at the age of 35 years and 6 months. Susan L. Thayer died in Newport, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, on July 27, 1903, and was interred on July 30, 1903. J. S. Waterman and Son were the undertakers, and she was 69 years, 8 months and 14 days old.

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