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Grave 86 Range A Willow Avenue
 Mary Ann Burrill Wasgatt was born in 1855 in Milton in Norfolk County to Christopher Burrill, a native of Ireland, and Agnes Farley Burrill, a native of Scotland. She was the wife of Charles E. Wasgatt, a resident of 262 Newbury Avenue in North Quincy, and died on November 29, 1943, at the age of 68 from Myocarditis, Chronic Nephritis, Old Age, and Artcrio Sclerosis. S. M. Burroughs was the undertaker, and she was interred on December 2, 1943.

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