|Birth: ||May, 1894|
This memorial is in honor of Stella Mae Coburn Hall, youngest daughter of Thomas Headley Coburn and Sarah Amanda Honeycutt Coburn.
After her parents died and left her an orphan, young Stella is seen on the 1900 census living in Hill County with her oldest brother, Theodore Patrick Coburn, 28 years old and a farmer, his wife, Mary, and their two daughters, ages two and almost one.
Ten years later on the 1910 census, Stella is living with another brother, Paul Headley Coburn, then age 30, and his wife Maggie in Big Spring, Texas. Paul's is described as a fireman on the railroad.
In 1930, Stella Mae Hall is listed on the census as living in San Diego, California. In late October 1932, Mrs. Stella Hall is also mentioned in her brother Hugh Coburn's obituary as living in San Diego. My research has led me to believe her husband was Willliam J. Hall, who joined the military in Los Angeles in Oct. 1942 and whose military papers said he was a widower. Thus, I expect Stella must have died sometime before 1940, because she isn't listed in either the California Death Index or the SSDI, both of which date from 1940 on.
I hope we can one day learn the fate of Stella.
MAY SHE REST IN PEACE.
Thomas Headley Coburn (1847 - ____)
Sarah Amanda Honeycutt Coburn (1854 - ____)
Created by: Coastal Dweller
Record added: Dec 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81684663
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