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Information for Elizabeth May Corron Talbot
13 September 1867 - 03 December 1955
From The Idaho Statesman
06 December 1955
Contributed by Jim Taylor

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Mrs. Elizabeth Talbot 

    CALDWELL -- Services for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Talbot, 88, of Seattle, a pioneer Caldwell resident who died Saturday in Seattle, will be conducted at Peckham-Dakan chapel Friday at 10:30 a.m. The Rev Harold N. Nye will officiate and the Rebekah lodge will conduct services at Canyon Hill. Contributions may be left at the chapel.
    Mrs. Talbot was born Sept. 13, 1867, in Connellsville, Pa., and moved with her parents to Caldwell in 1883, the year the railroad was built into Caldwell. She was married Dec. 4, 1885, in Baker, Ore., to E. A. Talbot. He died in 1921.
    She was a member of the Rebekah lodge at Star.
    Surviving are a son, G. E. Talbot of Caldwell: Three brothers, Will Corron of San Lorenzo, Calif., George Corron of Seattle and Chester Corron of Sparks, Nev,: Three sisters, Mrs. Flora Breshears of Homedale, Mrs, Emma King of Santa Barbara, Calif., and Mrs. Bertha Stoner of Sacramento, Calif., and six grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren

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