Emma Nathelia <I>Binkley</I> Linklater

Emma Nathelia Binkley Linklater

Birth
Douglas County, Colorado, USA
Death 1 Sep 1931 (aged 44)
Castle Rock, Douglas County, Colorado, USA
Burial Castle Rock, Douglas County, Colorado, USA
Memorial ID 28467487 · View Source
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Fredrick & Emma were married Mar. 16,1910 in Castle Rock, Douglas Co. Colorado. At the home of Mr. & Mr. John Campbell, in the presence of about forty-five friends. Judge Clifton R. Bassell performed the ceremony at high noon.
The bride was attired in an elegant gown of cream satin. She wore roses in her hair and carried a bouquet of roses and carnations. Miss Grace Linklater (sister of Fred) was her bride's maid, and the groom was attended by his best man, Mr. Andrew Nickson.
The apartments were nicely decorated with flowers, and a very elaborate dinner was served after the ceremony.
Mr. & Mrs. Linklater will take a short trip and then be at home to their friends near Larkspur where Mr. Linklater has employment.
Emma lived most of her life at Franktown, and is a very general favorite with all who knew her, and Fred is from Lardspur, Colorado.
The many friends of the happy couple extend congratulations and best wishes for a prosperous like together.
(Above article take from Record Journal of Douglas Co.)


Mrs. Fred Linklater
Emma Binkley Linklater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Binkley, was born at Goldale, Douglas County, on May 14, 1887, and died at the Colorado General hospital in Denver, on September 1, 1931, about 3:00 p.m. from fatty degeneration of the heart, at the age of forty-four years, three months and eighteen days. She was married to Fred Linklater on Marsh 16, 1910. To this union was born eight children, all of who survive.
Mrs. Linklater has spent all her life in Douglas County. She was a woman of sterling qualities and has endeavored to raise her family as a devoted mother should do. She had been in failing health for some time but not until a short time ago did her family become alarmed. She was taken to the hospital where all that medical skill could do was done, but to no avail, and she passed peacefully away on the aftermoon of the first.
She leaves to mourn her death her devoted husband; Annie, Mrs John Kidder, of Larkspur: Fred, Lucy, Elizabeth, Emily, Grace, Robert and Clarence, at home; her father Henry M. Binkley, of Denver; four brothers, Lewis of Englewood; Henry and William, of Denver; Alward, of Fort Collins; two sister: Mrs. Mary Krott, of Denver; and Mrs. Lucy Lawlor, of Ft. Collins; besides a host of relatives and friends, who are left to mourn her untimely death.
Funeral services were held at the Livingston Funeral Chapel on Friday aftermoon, September 4, at two o'clock, Rev. F.H. Rose officiating, and interment was made in the Castle Rock cemetery.

Emma Nathelia was the only daughter of Emma N. (Graffner) Brinkley. The baby was only 6 months old when her mother died.

Emma's father married Elizabeth Davis from Wales on Apr. 17, 1889 in Franktown, Douglas Co. Colorado.





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  • Maintained by: Reenie Winfrey Carlton
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  • Added: 22 Jul 2008
  • Find a Grave Memorial 28467487
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Emma Nathelia Binkley Linklater (14 May 1887–1 Sep 1931), Find a Grave Memorial no. 28467487, citing Cedar Hill Cemetery, Castle Rock, Douglas County, Colorado, USA ; Maintained by Reenie Winfrey Carlton (contributor 46863507) .