Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Brankley, Maggie
appeared in Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 8 May 1902, p. 3, column 2

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A Sad Home-coming.
Several months ago Miss Maggie Brankley, whose mother resides with her daughter, Mrs. George Chapman, Church Street, went to Peterboro to take a situation as lady's companion. About a month ago Miss Brankley was taken seriously ill and went to the Peterboro Hospital for treatment. An operation was performed on the 22nd April, but, although she lived for nine days afterward, she never regained consciousness. The circumstances surrounding the case were especially sad, inasmuch as there were no relatives nor friends at the bedside of deceased, the friends here being assured that she was making satisfactory progress. The remains arrived in Acton on Friday, and after a brief service at St. Alban's Church at three o'clock, by Rev. J. K. Godden, M.A., they were laid to rest in Fairview Cemetery. Much sympathy is felt for the aged mother, who is herself in a very precarious condition of health.

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Brankley, Maggie