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Martin Sheridan, journalist who lived a storied life; at 89

By Jack Encarnacao
Globe Correspondent / January 9, 2004

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Martin Sheridan, who survived Boston's infamous Cocoanut Grove fire and became a journalist who corresponded from air, land, and sea, died of kidney failure on Dec. 31 in New London, Conn. He was 89. (Full Article: 934 Words)

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