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At Waterside Cemetery yesterday, mourners walked to the gravesite of Army Staff Sergeant Christopher Piper, who died June 16 at a military hospital in Texas after being wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. His funeral was at the Old North Church.

Grieving town mourns its fallen hero

Was among first in Afghanistan

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / June 28, 2005

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MARBLEHEAD -- In droves, residents, friends, and veterans took to the streets of Marblehead's historic downtown, many carrying an American flag. (Full article: 554 words)

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