Pilgrimage to Malden
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Born in Ireland in 1844 and sent to Massachusetts at age 4 to live with a brother after his parents died, Power served as an altar boy at Holy Redeemer Church in East Boston. He later attended seminary in Quebec. William O'Neill from Everett, a worker at the cemetery for 37 years, opened the gate to Power's tomb.
Born in Ireland in 1844 and sent to Massachusetts at age 4 to live with a brother after his parents died, Power served as an altar boy at Holy Redeemer Church in East Boston. He later attended seminary in Quebec.

William O'Neill from Everett, a worker at the cemetery for 37 years, opened the gate to Power's tomb.
(Globe Staff Photo / John Tlumacki)