Thursday, August 8, 2013

Rose Guyette's Death

The following are newspaper clippings from the Brockton Daily Enterprise and the Brockton Times, detailing Rose Guyette's death in October of 1918. Rose was a victim of the 1918 Pneumonia Epidemic. She was the wife of Noe Guyette, my 2nd great-grandmother's brother.



Brockton Daily Enterprise
Saturday, October 5, 1918
Page 3

END CAME AT HOSPITAL.

Young Wife of Noe Guyett Among 
Pneumonia Victims.

Mrs. Rose Guyett, wife of Noe Guyett, 31 Cary street, died Friday night at the Goddard emergency hospital, aged 28 years. The funeral will be from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Doucette, 20 Tyler street.

Brockton Daily Enterprise
Saturday, October 5, 1918
Page 3




Brockton Daily Enterprise
Saturday, October 5, 1918
Front Page

Epidemic Deaths 
Of Past 24 Hours

JOHN L. GORMAN, 27, of 143 Hillberg avenue. The lungmotor was used in an unsuccessful effort to save his life.

WILLIAM C. TURPIN, 27, of 4 1/2 Arthur street.

HARRY A. BROWN, 26, of Pratt street, Avon, died at the Belmont Hospital.
MISS CELIA L. BRENNAN, 35, of 37 Foster street, died at the Goddard emergency hospital.
JOHN FOYE, 40, of 526 Summer street.
ALBEST S. RABY, 45, of 255 Belmont street.
AGNES KARENBERIAN, 4, of 50 Clarence street, died at the Y. W. C. A. hospital.
MRS. ROSE GUYETT, 29, of 31 Cary street, died at the Brockton Hospital. 
MRS. ANNA EUGENIA PETERSON, 28, wife of Oscar W. Peterson of 99 Menlo street. 
MISS OLGA BOND, 36, of 448 Battles street.
MRS. NICOLO LAROSSE, 28, 126 Lawrence street.


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Brockton Daily Enterprise
Saturday, October 5, 1918
Front Page




The Brockton Times
Monday, October 7, 1918
Page 3

MRS. ROSE GUYETTE
The funeral of Mrs. Rose Gueyette was held this morning from the home on Tyler street with Rev. Philip J. Breard officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery. There were many beautiful floral tributes.

The Brockton Times
Monday, October 7, 1918
Page 3




Brockton Daily Enterprise
Monday, October 7, 1918
Page 3

Funeral at Parents' Home.
The funeral of Mrs. Rose Guyett was held this morning at 9 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Doucette, 20 Tyler street, Rev. Phillipe Breard of the Sacred Heart church officiating. There were beautiful flowers and interment was in Calvary cemetery.

Brockton Daily Enterprise
Monday, October 7, 1918
Page 3



The following is a video capture I took of Rose Guyette's death record at the Brockton Public Library using my iTouch video camera. The video was taken on July 7, 2013.



Copyright © 2013, David J. McRae

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