Martin H. Corley
f)1RJrpTJ A 7? V Mm. Martin II. Corley. Mrs. Martin H. Corley died suddenly at about one o'clock yesterday morning at her home, 27 Fine street. The funeral will be held at nine o'clock Thursday morning at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Immaculate Conception. Burial -will -will be in St. Joseph's, cemetery. Mrs. Corley had gotten up to pet a glass of water. Her husband noticed her weakness, and went t" assist her. but she had fainted before he could reach her. Death was almost immediate. She was 61 years old. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Cathwright of Albany, X. Y. She belonged to St. Anne's society society of the Cathedral. Besides the hus- hus- band; two sons, William and Thomas; ! and one daughter, Mrs. Leon Andrews, ; all of this city, survive and a brother, Vac- j i E. "W. Cathwright, Jr., of Waterbury.