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Information for Sarah Lenaghan Evans
 8 June, 1895 Ė 17 February 1983
 Idaho Press-Tribune
 February, 1983
 Contributed by Helen Strine




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Sarah Evans

     Funeral Services for Sarah L. Evans, 87, of  Middleton, who died Thursday  at the Odd Fellows Home in Caldwell were conducted Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Middleton by Rev. Charles Chase. Interment will follow at the Middleton Cemetery.
    She was born June 8, 1895 at Middleton to Fred and Sarah Lavada Breshears Lenaghan. She was reared and educated in Middleton. She graduated from Middleton High School in 1912. She attended and graduated from Links School of Business in 1914.
     She moved to St. Anthony and worked in the Treasurerís office there. She returned to Middleton and married William L. Corbin on Nov. 25, 1915 at Middleton. They lived there for several years before moving to Nyssa, Ore. In 1925 they moved to New Plymouth and lived there until 1940 at which time they moved to Emmett. They moved to Boise in 1944.
     She worked at the Veteranís hospital in Boise as a nurse until she retired in 1961. Mr. Corbin died in April of 1956. She married Orval H. Evans in Boise in 1961. They lived in Middleton and Mr. Evans died in May of 1966.
     She was a member and past noble grand of the Rebekahs Lodge in Boise, the Eastern Star in Boise and the Middleton Grange.
     She is survived by a son, Lorin Corbin of Price, Utah; a stepson, Aaron Evans of Middleton; a daughter, Geraldyn Cox of Middleton, a brother, Robert Lenaghan of Boise; four sisters, Hazel Schaffer of Adrian, Ore., Myrtle Eytchison of Boise, Dorothy Kendall of Middleton, and Dee Trinkle of Boise; six grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and 6 great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a brother and a sister.

     Memorials may be given to the Odd Fellows Home at 720 N. 16th, Caldwell for the home furnishings fund.