unproven connections Aug 21, 1946
house a land Vliss Devanny Dies Following Long Illness Miss Ellen Agnes Devanny, 69, of 46 Pomeroy Avenue, died last night at her home after a long llness. Misg Devanny, who for a num- sr of years conducted a gift n the Wendell-Sheraton Annex, was born in Pittsfield, daughter he late Mr. and Mrs. James Devanny and spent her life here. She retired from business in 1932. Vliss Devanny was a communicant of St. Joseph's Church. Survivors are two sisters, the Misses Katherine Katherine and Dellamore Devanny of :his city; five brothers, Edward of Baltimore, Md., James J., Francis Francis P., William and John Devanny, all of Pittsfleld. The body is. at the Devanny leral Home, where the funeral be Friday morning, followed at Joseph's Church with a solemn ligh mass. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Members of the family will friends at the 1 funeral home this afternoon and tomorrow from 2 5, also tonight and tomorrow eve ning from 7 to 10.