The information on this "Transcription from Death Records" includes:
* Name of Deceased: Lucretia D. Seaver
* Residence: Leominster, Mass.
* Date of Death: March 24, 1884
* Name of Husband: [not recorded]
* Age: 56 years, 6 months, 18 days
* Place of Death: Leominster, Mass.
* Sex: Female
* Married, Single, or widowed: Married
* Occupation: None
* Birthplace: Medfield
* Father's Name: Alpheus Smith
* Mother's Maiden Name: Elizabeth D.
* Disease, or Cause of Death: Abscess
* Place of Interment: Leominster
* Birthplace of Father: [not recorded]
* Birthplace of Mother: [not recorded]
Charles A. Joslin, Town Clerk of Leominster, attested on the 29th of March 1901 that this was a true copy of the death records, which appeared on the Records of the Town of Leominster, Volume 14, Page 164. A Justice of the Peace signed the record.
I thought this was interesting to see how the format of a death record provided in 1901 looks significantly different to that which are provided in more recent times.