Ellen B. Corley

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Ellen B. Corley - OBITUARY II' lust digestion, or are Ac-lVrry...
OBITUARY II' lust digestion, or are Ac-lVrry tlin the. the Hlli'ii II. ( Hrley. Hlleti II, Corley, superior of St, Joseph's convent and principal of St. Joscph'n schools for the last eight years, dbd yes-toiday yes-toiday afternoon at the Fanny Allen hospital hospital after a week's ll'iess. .Miss Corley, though a native of Albany, Vt received her education bete, euteied the order of the Dailies of Nazareth, taught In the convent school for the past T-5 years, nnd had. luan.e relatives and scores of friends and associate, who esteemed her waimly. Miss Corley was operated upon ut the hospital suit' ni'fully, hut a ntapse came two days ago and she failed lo rally. The remains w'll be brought to the convent convent clripel thin morning Artangements ior the funeral ate mil concluded. Miss Corley wan about 51 years old. Her entire education, practically speaking, speaking, she received at the school, of which sin- rose lo be tin- head. She entered It wlille still a mere girl, graduating In ISSt. i.llcr teii-hlng for several years in New-York New-York city, Bulfnlo and finally Swanloti, win re she remained about ten years, she came back to Burlington. The surviving relatives Include a sister, sister, Mrs. D. A. Bobbins; n brother, Martin Martin II. Corley, ami an uncle, P. II. Corley. All are of this eitv. An aunt Mr.'. Martin Martin Clarke of Ni w York cby, and several cousins also survive, , who after lie- hold of n nnd ably her In li-nniler II. .Mnrit.'i. her In vlverj

Clipped from Burlington Weekly Free Press21 Dec 1916, ThuPage 5

Burlington Weekly Free Press (Burlington, Vermont)21 Dec 1916, ThuPage 5
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