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Information for Lola Frances Barnaby Brown
15 May, 1894 29 September, 1992
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
1 October, 1992
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Lola Brown

     Funeral services for Lola Frances Brown, 98, of Middleton, who died Tuesday, September 29, 1992, at the home of her great-grandson and his wife, Greg and Cheryl Teichert, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Friday, October 2, 1992, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Middleton, with Bishop Dee Bowen officiating.  Burial will follow at the Middleton Cemetery, under the direction of Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
     Lola was born May 15, 1894, in Salt Lake City, Utah, a daughter of Charles Tewksbury and Clara Merrill Barnaby.  She was joined later by a brother, Harold, and a sister, Nettie.  Her mother and father were divorced and her mother later married William Thomson.  They had two sons, Cheslie and Bill.  She married Jack Macomb on August 26, 1911, at Vale, Oregon.  They spent the next few years in the Midvale area, finally settling on a ranch 20 miles north of Emmett.  They had four children, Wilma Macomb Black, Thella Rae, Jeanne Macomb Solomon and Jack W. Macomb.  She married Roy Brown in the late 1940s and had spent the last 50 years of her life in Middleton.
     She was an active member of the LDS
Church and spent her time in service to others as long as she was able.
     Survivors include Wilma Black of Middleton; 13 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren and 33 great-great-grandchildren.
     She was preceded in death by her parents, brothers, sisters and three of her children, Thella Rae, Jack W. Macomb and Jeanne Solomon.
     Friends may call Friday from noon until service time at the Relief Society Room at the LDS
Church, Middleton, Idaho.
     Memorials may be given to Mountain States Tumor Institute,
152 E. Bannock St., Boise, Idaho; the hospice program at West valley Medical Center, 1717 Arlington, Caldwell, Idaho; or flowers may be sent.