|Birth: ||Feb. 8, 1826|
|Death: ||Dec. 7, 1908|
wife of William T Estabrook
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Mrs. Clarissa D. Estabrook, an old and much esteemed citizen of Palatka, died at
her home on Oak Street last Sunday night, after an illness of but three or four days. The funeral was conducted by Rev. L. R. Lynn of the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon, and was attended by many old friends and neighbors of the deceased lady. The remains were taken by her son, Mr. George Estabrook, the same afternoon to Honesdale, Pa., for interment beside her husband, whose death occurred years ago, and prior to Mrs. Estabrook's coming to Palatka. Mrs. Estabrook came to Palatka in 1874 and has resided here continuously since.
She was a kindly Christian character, given to charitable deeds, and an excellent neighbor and friend. She was a faithful member of the Presbyterian church. She was aged 83, and her death is due to old age. The funeral was in charge of Undertaker Mooney, and the pallbearers were B. I.
Gay, G. M. Boyd, J. Walter Hilliard, C. E. Rowton, G. P. Yelverton and Harry Gray.
Mrs. Estabrook is survived by two sons, Charles, of Oxford, Iowa, and George Estabrook the well-known locomotive engineer of this city. (Palatka News bituary dtd Friday, 11 Dec 1908.)
William Taylor Estabrook (1821 - 1864)
Charles T. Estabrook (1849 - 1910)*
Glen Dyberry Cemetery
Created by: Neil D Scheidt
Record added: Oct 02, 2012
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Neil D Scheidt
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She was a civil war nurse for 3 years|
Neil D Scheidt
Added: Oct. 2, 2012