Vermont Obituaries - Burlington Free Press - March 26, 1914

Obituary

Mrs. Phoebe Griswold Hinsdale.

Mrs. Phoebe Ann (Griswold) Hinsdale died Saturday morning at seven o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. E. Davis of 243 Colchester avenue, of arterio sclerosis.   She was in her 79th year.   Mrs. Hinlsdale's illness first manifested itself several months ago and she had gradually declined until teo past week, when she had failed rapidly.

A prayer service was held at the house Monday afternoon in her late home in St. George at 2:30 Monday afternoon, with burial in the local cemetery.

Mrs. Hinsdale was born in Griswold's Falls, N. Y., February 26, 1836, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Wood) Griswold.   When ten years of age she became a member of the Methodist Church.   She was married to Edgar Hinsdale of St. George in January, 1857.   His death occurred May 16, 1901.   They spent the first eight years of their married life in California, after which they returned to Vermont.   For the past 36 years home has been in St. George.   She is survived by five sons, Hiram S. of Williston, Frank E. of St. George, Sidney E. of Burlington, Emerson M. of Hinesburg, and George B. of Boston; and two daughters, Mrs. E. E. Davis and Mrs. Theodore K. Hopkins, both of this city.


Joseph Newhall.

Joseph Newhall of Boston, traveling representative of the Decatur-Hopkins Hardware company, who was taken ill with pneumonia when he arrived at the Van Ness House about a week ago, died at a local hospital Monday night.   The body was taken Tuesday noon to the home of his brother at West Newton, Mass.   After cremation the ashes will be interred in the Mt. Auburn, Mass., cemetery.

Mr. Newhall, who was 40 years of age, had been visiting this city at brief intervals for 25 years and was in the habit of spending week-ends here.   He had been with the firm that he represented since he was 16 years of age.   He had many friends here who will regret his death.

He is survived by three brothers, Francis Newhall of West Newton, Mass., two brothors residing in the West, and by one sister. Miss Harriet V. Newhall of Boston.


Charles Bolleau.

Charles Bolleau died late Wednesday night after a long illness with intestinal trouble.   He had. however, been confined to the house for only a short time.

The funeral was held Saturday morning at nine o'clock at St. Joseph's Church, and burial was in Mt. Calvary cemetery.

Mr. Bolleau was born in Montreal 68 years ago and came to Burlington as a young man, entering the employ of the G. S. Blodgett company, where he had been employed for 40 years as a tinsmith.   He married Mrs. M. Lamont on January 2, 1873, and her death occurred several years ago.   He is survived by five children: Charles Bolleau of Attleboro, Mass., Israel, Frederick and Napoleon of this city and Mrs. Anne Farmier of Burlington.


George D. Kingsley.

The body of George D. Kingsley, whose death occurred Saturday at Roxbury, Mass., after a short illness with heart trouble, was brought to this city early Tuesday morning by his son, C. H. Kingsley.   The body was placed in the vault at Lake View cemetery.   Mr. Kingsley was 54 years of age and besides his son is survived by his wife.   Last April the body of a son was brought to this city for burial at Lake View cemetery.


Albert Canton.

Albert Canton died at his home on St. Paul street Wednesday night.   He was 25 years old. Mr. Canton had been ill for about six months with tuberculosis.   He was born in Mineville, N. Y. and is survived by his mother, one sister, Mrs. James East, and one brother, George East.

The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at St. Mary's Cathedral, with burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery.


Mrs. Antoine Miller.

Mrs. Mary Anna Miller, the wife of Antoine Miller of 60 Pitkin street, died Thursday night at nine o'clock, aged 39 years.   She had been ill for two weeks with a complication of diseases.   Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter, Ruth, and one brother, James Sanderson of Mlddletown Springs.

The funeral was held Monday morning at St. Joseph's Church, with burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery.


Source = The Burlington Free Press and Times; Thursday, March 26, 1914, Page 5 Column 3