Monday, October 2, 1916
BORN IN NOVA SCOTIA
Mrs. Jane T. Brodrick Dies, Aged 81.
Jane T., widow of William A. Brodrick, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bernard B. Winslow, 99 Belcher avenue, in her 82d year. Mrs. Brodrick was born in Nova Scotia, but had lived in this city many years, and in a kindly and unobtrusive manner had gained many friends.
The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 from Mrs. Winslow's, and services will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Edwin W. Bishop, pastor of the Porter Congregational church.
Beside Mrs. Winslow, Mrs. Brodrick is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Laura Emery, Wollaston; one son, in Nilesca, Iowa. The latter will be here for the funeral, as the hour was not arranged until it was known he could get here in time. Mrs. Brodrick also leaves two brothers, Charles B. Thompson of this city, and Edward of Paris, Iowa; one sister, Mrs. J. B. Steele of this city. Mrs. Brodrick's husband died in this city a few years ago, and she will be buried in the family lot at Union cemetery.