Etc. -- Hannah Hellyer, Mrs. Martin Woodley's 1913  obituary
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A transcription of a page 1 article in 22 May 1913 Waterford Star newspaper. 
[Some paragraph breaks inserted by the transcriber]

Death of Mrs. Martin Woodley

The death occurred at Villa Nova on Wednesday, May 14th, 1913, of Mrs. Hannah Woodley, widow of the late Martin Woodley, aged 78 years. 

Mrs. Woodley had been poorly for over a year and the ultimate cause of her death was nerve and heart trouble.

She was born in England and when six years of age came to Canada with her parents and made their home in Townsend. 

Three sons and three daughters survive her. They are David of Villa Nova, Mrs. Jacob Goble and Mrs. W. W. Smith of Villa Nova, Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Hamilton, and Walter and George of Waterford.

Mrs. Woodley was held in the highest esteem by her many friends and acquaintances and the funeral, which was held on Friday last, was largely attended. Interment took place in Greenwood Cemetery.

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