|Birth: ||Apr. 27, 1894|
|Death: ||Sep. 30, 1973|
Eleanor Blevins Albaugh, 79, 191 11th st., wife of prominent Idaho Falls attorney Ralph Albaugh, died at an Idaho Falls hospital Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Albaugh was born April 27, 1894, at Lincoln, Neb., the daughter of Christopher C. Blevins and Charlotte White Blevins. While she was still a young girl the family moved to Los Angeles, Calif., where she was raised, attended schools and was graduated from college.
Mrs. Albaugh acted in motion pictures and was leading lady opposite Tom Mix in silent pictures. She would visit her aunt and uncle, Dr. D. L. and Daisy Blevins in Idaho Falls and it was on one of these visits that she met Ralph Albaugh.
They married in Virginia City, Mont., March 3, 1924 and she had lived here since. Mrs. Albaugh spent her summers at Mack's Inn in Island Park due to hayfever. She was a member of the Old Fort Hall Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Mrs. Albaugh is survived by her widower; one son, Thomas E. Albaugh of Idaho Falls; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; one brother, Harrison Blevins of Hollywood, Calif. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Helen Eleanore Wallace and her parents.
(Post Register, 1973)
Ralph Levi Albaugh (1893 - 1974)
Thomas Edgar Albaugh (1919 - 2002)*
Rose Hill Cemetery
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