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Grave 92 Range D Willow Avenue
 Havelock Henry Tinkham was born in 1864 in Kemptville, Nova Scotia, Canada, to Kemptvilie natives, Lemuel and Melissa Gray Tinkham. He was a resident of 50 Ballou Avenue in Dorchester and died in an ambulance on the way to the hospital on December 27, 1914, from Organic Disease of Heart and Chronic Disease of Heart and Chronic Arteriosclerosis at the age of 50 years, 8 months and 14 days. Mr. Tinkham was a Furniture Mover. R. & E. F. Gleason were the undertakers, and he was interred on December 31, 1914.

There is no office card for Emma F. (1862-1944) and her death is not recorded in Massachusetts Vital Records.

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