Barney Wilcox funeral
ESSEX JUNCTION. Funeral of Barney K. Wilcox A Sketch of the Deceased. The funeral of Barney E. Wilcox, who died Monday, wits held at his late home on East street yesterday afternoon at two o'clock. The Rev. Evan Thomas, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiated, assisted by the Rev. N. A. Wood, pastor of the Baptist Church. The Congregational Church choir, consisting of Mrs. F. II. Stanley, Miss Ilespie Shiland, F. II. Stanley Stanley and Horatio Read sang "Lead, Kindly Light" and "Nearer My God to Thee. The bearers were L. C. Nichols, Dr. A. T. Arkley, George B. Drury, Warner B. Nichols, Irving E. Huntley and Fred M, Wedgwood. The burial was in the village cemetery. A. D. Douglas had charge of the arrangements. Mr. Wilcox was born in Fletcher 58 years ago. A large part of his life was spent in Denver, Colo., where he was engaged in business. He j was a member of an F. & A. M. lodge , in that place and was also a member of a lodge of Modern Woodmen of America. He suffered a shock about a year and a half ago and shortly after he with Mrs. Wilcox returned to Vermont to see if the change would be beneficial. They moved here from Westford about two weeks ago. He ia survived by his wife and three brothers, Charles of Hardwick, George of South Walden, John of Greensboro Greensboro Bend, and one sister, Mrs. G. M. Huntley of Westford, who were all present present at the funeral. Relatives and friends from Wrestford, Cambridge, Burlington and this place were also present.