Etc. -- Charles Dean Woodley's 1920 obituary
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Waterford column on page 4 of the 29 Jan 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. 

Remains of the late Charles Dean Woodley, aged 60 years, of Buffalo, arrived here on Friday last  from Cobden [sic], N.Y., where he died from the effect of a stroke, Wednesday, 21 Jan 1920.

The remains were accompanied by the widow, Mr. and Mrs. H. Parks of Cobden [sic], and Blake Woodley of Tonawanda, N.Y., and taken to Greenwood Cemetery for interment. The service was conducted by Rev. J. B. Moore.

The deceased was born on the Woodley homestead just east of this village and is survived by a sorrowing widow, two daughters, Mrs. H. Parks of Colden [sic], N.Y., Mrs. [Jas.] Matchell of Denver, Co., and two sons, Blake of Tonawanda, and Clyde of Buffalo.

Two sisters, Mrs. A. Sovereign of Bay City, Michigan, and Mrs. R. McLaughlin of Pokomo, Indiana, and three brothers, Emery of Scotland, and Fred and Elmer of Townsend, survive.

To these the sympathy of the community is extended.

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