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Ann Lee CoryHorsewomanAnn Lee Cory, who lived...


Ann Lee Cory


Ann Lee Cory, who lived in Laurel for many years before moving to the Galesville area, died Tuesday of cancer at home. She was 77.

Mrs. Cory had been a horsewoman and was a life member of the Field Artillery Hunt and the Marlborough Hunt Club.

She also was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Christ Episcopal Church in West River. While living in Laurel from the late 1940s to the late 1960s, she was a member of St. Philip's Episcopal Church.

She was born Ann Lee Raborg at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., where her father, an Army colonel, was stationed. She was a graduate of St. Mary's College in Chapel Hill, N.C.

In 1940, she married Ernest Neal Cory Jr., who is retired as a lawyer.

Services were to be held at 10 a.m. today at Christ Church.

Other survivors include three sons, John R. Cory of Darlington, Michael M. Cory of Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and William P. S. Cory of Galesville; two daughters, Elizabeth English Cory of Galesville and Ann Lee Lankford of Berryville, Va.; a sister, Elizabeth Peirce Watters of Raleigh, N.C.; a brother, William A. Raborg of Stanford, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Memorial donations may be made to the Ernest Neal Cory III Memorial Fund at Christ Church, established to aid young people in honor of a son who died in 1985.

William J. Soul

Tow truck driver

William J. Soul, a retired tow truck driver, died Wednesday of an infection at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center. He was 47 and a lifelong resident of Rosedale.

He retired late last year for health reasons from the Abandoned Vehicle Division in the Baltimore Department of Public Works, where he had been employed since 1972. Earlier, he owned and operated a hardware store in Baltimore.

Known as "Shorty," he attended St. Wenceslaus parochial school and graduated from high school in 1966.

He was a member of St. Clement Mary Hofbauer Roman Catholic Church in Rosedale.

Graveside services were to be held at 9 a.m. today at Gardens of Faith Cemetery, Lillian Holt Drive and Rossville Boulevard.

He is survived by four sons, Wil liam Soul of Rosedale, Michael Soul of Abingdon, James Soul of Dundalk and Sean Howearth of Middle River; three daughters, Kathleen Leiss of Middle River, Janine Bruce of Bel Air and Marlene Soul-Horrocks of Salisbury; two brothers, Thomas Soul and Michael Soul, both of Baltimore; two sisters, Caroljeanne Soul of Towson and Suzanne Soul of Cockeysville; and three grandchildren.

C. Jane Hull


C. Jane Hull, who lived in Brooklyn Park for nearly 50 years and was active in the community, died Thursday of cancer at her home. She was 78.

Mrs. Hull was a former secretary of the Belle Grove Improvement Association and took care of the neighborhood park it maintained on Meadow Road. She was a member of the Homemakers of Brooklyn Park.

She was also a duckpin bowler, who for 30 years played in Tuesday, Thursday and Friday leagues at Brooklyn Bowling Lanes.

Born C. Jane Crilley in Hancock, she graduated from Hancock High School and a business college in Cumberland. As a young woman, she worked in the Hancock office of the Potomac Edison Co.

A Mass of Christian burial was to be offered at 10 a.m. today at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, 7436 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. in Glen Burnie.

Her husband, Rolland Hull, died in 1980.

She is survived by two daughters, Mary C. Stafford of Ferndale and Jane A. Hull of Brooklyn Park; a son, Richard B. Hull of Arnold; five grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

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