The following account of the sudden death of a former Chatsworth boy, so of Mr. and Mrs. T. Brockway, among the earliest residents of Chatsworth, is copied from the Layfayette, Indiana Journal, of Monday, January 13. Dr. Charles T. Brockway, one of the leading physicians of Brookston, died at St. Elizabeth hospital, where his son, Dr. Charles J. Brockway, is an interne, yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. His death was caused by septicemia and was the result of a slight injury to the little finger on his right hand. This injury was received one week ago last Friday while Dr. Brockway was cranking his automobile. His condition became so serious that he was brought to the hospital on last Monday.. Dr. Brockway was born at Chatsworth, Ill., on December 25, 1863, and received his medical education in St. Louis, graduating from the college of Physicians and Surgeons in 1893. As soon as he received his diploma he came to Indiana and located at Brookston, where he practiced until his death. Dr. Brockway is survived by a widow and two sons, Howard T. Brockway and Dr. Charles J. Brockway. His son Howard attended Purdue University and then graduated from the Indiana Law school. He was recently elected prosecuting attorney for the counties of White and Carroll. His son, Charles, who is an interne at St. Elizabeth hospital, is a graduate of Jefferson Medical college. He also leaves one brother, Dr. Frank Brockway, a practicing physician at Oshkosh, Wis., and two sisters, Mrs. George W. Myers, of Plainwell, Mich., and Mrs. George Breeeze, of Yeoman. Dr. Brockway was a member of the order of Knights of Pythias and the Maccabees. He had acquired a splendid practice and was one of the leading physicians of White county. He was a close student and was attentive and careful. He made a close study of every case and took such a personal interest in the welfare of his patients that he won the regard of all. He was loyal to his profession and was a useful and honored citizen. He was devoted to his home and family and enjoyed the confidence and respect of all. The body was taken to the Bradshaw parlors to e prepared for burial and will be taken to Brookston this morning at 8:35 o'clock. The funeral will be conducted from the Presbyterian church there tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Asher G. Work of this city, will officiate and the interment will be made in the Brookston cemetery.