Friday, April 19, 1918
Resolution of Respect
By the Ladies Aid Society, of Wesley Chappel, Nocreek, Kentucky.
Whereas, God, in his infinite wisdom has called from our society one of its members, Sister Janie Delaney, on February 19, 1918, and was laid to rest in the Alexander burying ground February 20.
Resolved, First. That the society has lost one of its most loyal members, the community a kind and loving neighbor, and the home a loving and devoted mother.
Resolved, Second. That we extend to Mr. Delaney and children our deepest sympathy in this their sad bereavement. While we know that words can not heal the broken hearts, nor fill the vacant place, but if they will put their trust in the One who has given , but now has taken away, they will find comfort and consolation.
Resolved, Third. That these resolutions be recorded on the Secretary’s book, and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased sister.
Mrs. D. E. Ward, Mrs. L. M. Ward, Mrs. Clayton Shown, Committee
Sunday, September 20, 1953
Hartford – William Delaney, 91, retired farmer of Route 3, Hartford, died at the Kentucky Convalescent Home in Owensboro at 12 p.m. Friday. He was married to Miss Janie Bennett, who died in 1917.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Pat Tichenor, Route 3, Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Martin Canary, Hartford; two sons, Bennett Delaney, Route 3, Hartford, and Hugh Delaney, Salvisa, Kentucky; 15 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Charles Catholic Church, Livermore, the Rev. E. E. Willett, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church, Central City, officiating. Burial will be in Alexander Cemetery near Hartford.
The body is at the residence.