Vermont Obituaries - Burlington Free Press - Feb 5, 1914

Obituary

Mrs. William V. S. Woodward.

Mrs. William V. S. Woodward of Plattsburgh, N. Y died of pneumonia at eleven o'clock Saturday evening after a short Illness.   The funeral service will took place at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Rogers on Brinkerhoff street, and she was burled in the family lot in Riverside cemetery beside ner husband, who died some years ago.

Charlotte Almira Peck was the daughter of Theodore A. and Delia Horton (Safford) Peck, and with her brothers and sister was born in the family residence, 273 College street, in this city.   She was a talented young lady, with a charming personality and had many friends.   In later life as Mrs. Woodward, although for years a patient sufferer, she was interested in and influential in many ways for the uplift of humanity and she will be greatly missed.

She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Bach, the wife of Captain Christian Bach, 13th U. S. cavalry, and Mrs. Cornell, the wife of Captain William Murray Connell, 6th U. S. cavalry, and a son, William Lee Woodward, a lawyer who resides in New York city.   She is also survived by two brothers, Gen. Theodore S. Peck of Burlington and Dr. Edward S. Pick of New York.


Oswald Brisson.

Word was received Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brlsson of North Champlain street of the death of their son, Oswald Brisson, in Detroit, Mich., Wednesday.   His death was due to a brief illness with pneumonia.

The deceased went to Detroit from this city five years ago and had resided there since that time.   He was unmarried and besides his parents, five brothers and one sister survive.   The remains ariived in this city Friday evening and the funeral was held Monday morning at St. Joseph's Church.   Burial was in Mt. Calvary cemetery.


Michael Delehanty.

Michael Delehanty, an old resident of this city, died Monday morning at his home at 75 King street. Death ended an illness of two years, due to a complication of ailments.   he is survived by his widow and five children, Frank X. Delehanty of Paterson, N. J., Mrs. John Lane of Boston, Catherine, Anna and Samuel, at home, and by one sister, Mrs. William Farrell in California.   He was a member of the Holy Name society.

The funeral was held Wednesday morning at eight o'clock, with services at St. Mary's Cathedral.


Mrs. Bridget Wall.

Mrs. Brldget Maher, wife of the late Thomas Wall diel Sunday evening at her home, 131 North ?Witroski? avenue, following a five weeks' lllness.   She is survived by two chlldren, Edward Wall and Miss Mary C. Wall.   The funeral was held Wednesday morning at nine o'clock at St. Mary's Cathedral, with interment in St. Joseph's cemetery.   Mrs. Wall had been a resident of this city for the past 15 years.


John E. Doxey.

John E. Doxey died shortly after 12 o'clock this morning at his home on North Union street, following a five weeks' llliness with malarial fever.   He was 65 years old.   Mr. Doxey is survived by his wife.   He was a painter by trade and had been poundkeeper for the city for a number of years.   The funeral arrangements will be announced later.


Source = The Burlington Free Press and Times; Thursday, February 5, 1914, Column 5