Bayard Robley obit-p.4-18 Jan 1945-Moravia Union, Moravia, Iowa
is ! Robley Death— The following account of the assing of B. T. Robley, taken from he Salinas, Calif., Californian of an. 4, was sent to us by Fred ''arr: • "Bayard T. Robley, widely nown retired automobile dealer, ied yesterday in a Monterey hos- ital where he has been under reatment following a stroke suf- ered some days ago. He was 64. "A native of Centerville, Iowa, ?pbley went to Monterey in 1933 fter acquiring an gency there. With automobile his brother he had previously been in the automobile business at Watsonvillo, and although he retired from active 'business some time ago he retained an interest in the Watsonville concern. He was active in community affairs there and on the Monterey peninsula. 'Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Robley of Robles Del Rio; two sisters, Misses Emma and Winifred Robley of Corral de Tierra, and two brothers, Spence of Corral de Tierra and Richard of Watsonville . Another brother the late Frank Robley, was for many years a resident of Pacific Grove. "Robley and his brother, Richard were old-time vaudeville entertainers, having traveled for years on the Chautauqua circuit as a song and dance team. "Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Paul mortuary chapel in Pacific Grove. The Watsonville Elks lodge, of which he was past exalted ruler, will be in charge of the rites, which will be followed by inurnment. 1.