delia pecor naylor obituary 1938
-Mrs. Mrs. Joseph Naylor (Special to the Free Pressi COLCHESTER. Jan. 11.- Joseph Naylor of Essex Junction died this morninR at the home of her son. Seymour Naylor of Col chester, followine a long illness. She was a native of Milton and spent nearly all her life in Essex Junction. She is survived by two deugh- ers. Mrs. ueorge recor 01 v. nns- ton and Mrs. Marshall Naylor of St. Albans: six sons. Edward Nay lor of Whitefleld. N. H.. Frank Naylor of Williston. Ben and Harry Naylor of Essex Junction, Seymour Naylor of Colchester and Raymond Naylor of Albany, N. Y.; one brother, Jacob Pecor of Es sex Center and one sister. Mrs. Ellen Snyder of Colchester. Funeral services will be held at o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of her son. Seymour Naylor at Colchester. Interment will follow In the family lot at Essex Center.