|Birth: ||Mar. 21, 1873|
|Death: ||Nov. 9, 1897|
Lillian May Talbot, daughter of John and Evaline Taylor Talbot, was born 21 Mar 1873 in Marysville Twp., Marshall County, Kansas. She married James Fincham on 25 Nov 1891 in Herkimer Twp., Marshall County, Kansas. To this union were born 4 children; 1- Clarence (1892-1893), 2- Ethel F. (1891-1984), 3- Arthur Leroy (1895-1916), and 4- Fred Albert (1897-1957). Little Clarence & Ethel were buried in Deer Creek Cemetery, Marietta, Marshall County, Kansas. Lillie passed away Nov. 9, 1897 after a long illness with burial in the Deer Creek Cemetery.
Marysville Democrat 1897:
Died in this city at Dr. Wilson's Infirmary, on Nov. 9th, 1897 at 8 o'clock p.m., Mrs. Lillie Fincham in the 22nd year of her age. The funeral services will be held at the residence of her father, Jack Talbot, three miles north west of Marysville, tomorrow at 10 o'clock a.m. and the remains will be interred in Deer Creek cemetery.
Deceased had been suffering for the past five or six years from what is termed, by the medical fraternity, ovarian cyst and for a long time been under the medical care of Dr. Fillmore, Blue Rapids, and everything that could be done by medical skill to remove suffering and remove the cause was done, but some two months after the birth of her infant child, an operation became necessary to save her life, and her attending physician, Dr. Fillmore, and her husband came with her to Dr. Wilson's infiirmary for that purpose. In addition to her internal suffering, she had been for several months suffering from heart trouble and great difficulty in breathing and nervous debility, and it was feared that she would not be able to withstand the operation, but it seemed to be the only hope for life, and on Monday at noon the operation was performed by Doctor Wilson, in the
presence of Dr. Fillmore of Blue Rapids, Drs. Edwards, Scamon, and Hatfield of Marysville, Drs. Harris and Ham of Beattie, and Dr. Calman of Oketo, some of whom we are informed assisted but her physical condition was not sufficient to endure the operation and in about 38 hours after, death came to her relief.
She leaves a husband and two children, the youngest about 10 weeks old, to mourn their loss. The family have the sympathy of the whole community in this their sad bereavement.
John Talbot (1845 - 1926)
Evaline Talbot (____ - 1874)
James Fincham (1869 - 1933)*
Arthur LeRoy Fincham (1895 - 1916)*
Frederick Albert Fincham (1897 - 1957)*
Deer Creek Cemetery
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