marshall naylor dies by hanging obituary 1959
a of is Senate- a a 51. Albans Man Hangs Himse" ST. ALBANS - City police re ported Vermont's 55th suicide of the year Monday, The body of 73-year-old Marshall Naylor was discovered hanging in the basement of his Lin coln Ave. home Monday morning by his wife, Rula. Mrs. Naylor told Police Chief George Hebert she had lain down on a couch to rest when her hus band went down to the basement. She said that when she awoke an hour later she found dim hanging from a beam. Police said a ny Ion rope was used. A kitchen chair was nearby. Mr. Naylor, a retired World War I disabled veteran, was report ed despondent. He waa released from the Veterans .Hospital at White Kivcr Junction a week ago and was to return to the hospital in the near future. Dr. Henri Baby, regional medi cal examiner, reported the death was a suicide. Mr. Naylor was born Dec. 21 1885, son of Oliver and Ada Cross Naylor, He was a member of the Ameri can Legion, the Veterans of For eign Wars- and the Disabled Amer ican Veterans Besjdes his wife, he is survived by two stepchildren, Clarence Pe cor of Schenectady, N.Y., and Mrs. Gordon Lagrow of St. Al bans; four sisters, Mrs. Gladys St. Peter of Nashua, N.H., Mrs. Clara Beauregard of Snringfield. Mass., Mrs. Mary McGowan ol St. Albans and Anna of Massachusetts. Also, three brothers, Clinton of Waterburv, Irving of San Diego, Calif., and Fred of St. Albans; eight grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Until the hour of the funeral. at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St Mary's Church, friends m?y caliPf the Driscoll and Moran Mcmo-!dnnkin rial. Interment will be in the I family lot in Mt. Calvary Ceme tery. T.J. Moran is the funeral director. 1 !