Published 18 Dec 1946 The Lowell Sun pg. 3
Cuthbert Maille, husband of Rose Therrien Maille and a well known resident of Dracut, making his home in Wheeler Road, died early yesterday evening at St. Joseph's hospital after a short illness, aged 54 years. He was the son of the late Joseph Adam and Marie (Prudhomme) Maille and had for many years devoted his time to farming. At the time of his death he was employed by the Nashua Beef company. Besides his wife he is survived by four sons, Leo, Gerard and Emile of Dracut, and Paul of North Chelmsford; two daughters, Mrs. William Longridge of Coventry R. I. and Mrs Ernest England of Lowell; a brother Ludger Maille of Dracut; a sister Rev. Sister St. Jean d'Avila of the Grey Nuns of the Cross at St. Joseph's girls school, Lowell; eight grandchildren and his mother-in-law Mrs. Marie Therrien
Died in this city, Dec 17, at St. Joseph's hospital, Cuthbert Maille, husband of Rose Therrien Maille of 60 Wheeler Rd. Dracut, aged 54 years. Friends are invited to call at the Archambault Funeral Home, 311 Pawtucket St., Funeral Friday morning at 10 o'clock in St. Louis de France church, a solemn high mass of requiem wil be celebrated, and burial will take place in St. Joseph's cemetery. Funeral Directors Amdee Archambault & Sons in charge.