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Mary Frances "Marie" Abbott
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Birth: May 16, 1892
Taunton
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Feb. 15, 1945
Taunton
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA

Massachusetts Vital Records:
Born in Taunton to Richard C. Abbott a barber and Esther F. (Scanlon) Abbott.

Thursday Feb 15, 1945 Taunton Daily Gazette page 2
The community, especially the business section of Main Street was shocked this morning to learn of the sudden death of Miss Marie F, Abbott, 32 East Britannia Street, proprietor of the Women's Apparel Shop at 57 Main Street. Miss Abbott had been sick less than two days, having been to Boston on business as late as Tuesday of this week. Miss Abbott was born in this city, the daughter of Mrs. Esther F. and the late Richard E. Abbott. She was a faithful communicant of the Immaculate Conception Church and was a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters and the Queen's Daughters. She was a woman possessed by a sunny disposition and had a host of friends and business associates who will mourn her untimely passing. In addition to her mother, Miss Abbott leaves a brother, Charles R. Abbott and two nephews and two nieces.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Richard C. Abbott (1858 - 1927)
  Esther Frances Scanlon Abbott (1862 - 1946)
 
 Sibling:
  Mary Frances Abbott (1892 - 1945)
  Charles R Abbott (1893 - 1985)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Francis Old Cemetery
Taunton
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Section 4
 
Created by: Rick Bart
Record added: Nov 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 80135600
Mary Frances Marie Abbott
Added by: Rick Bart
 
 
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