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Obit: Ora [Colvin] Everett
Posted by: Carol Page Tilson (ID *****2353) Date: August 25, 2009 at 08:17:17
In Reply to: Hattie [Maxham] Colvin by Carol Page Tilson of 1680

"The Malone Farmer" [Malone, Franklin Co., NY], Wednesday, Mar 1917 [publication date illegible; dateline on Brushton column was March 5]:

A telegram was received in town Monday night announcing the death of Mrs. Harry Everett of Glens Falls. Mrs. Everett was formerly Miss Ora Colvin, of this place. She was about twenty-seven years of age. She had spent most of her life in Brushton and was much thought of. She leaves, besides her husband, Mrs. Sidney Whitney, Mrs. Fred Larkin, and Miss Ella Colvin, all of this place. The body was taken to South Wallingford, Vt., where she was laid beside her mother who died nearly a year ago.
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"Facts and Fallacies" [Brushton, Franklin Co., NY], publication info unknown [no date on page]:

Mrs. Ora Colvin Everett, wife of Harry Everett, died at their home in Hudson Falls February 26th after a short illness. The funeral was held at her late home in Hudson Falls Wednesday, Rev. Houghton officiating; burial at South Wallingford, Vermont, by the side of her mother, who was buried there a little over a year ago. Her sisters from here attended the funeral: Mrs. S. D. Whitney, Mrs. Fred Larkins and Miss Ella Colvin. An only brother, Elmer, was unable to be with them. Ora was married May 31, 1916 from her home in this place, going directly to her new home. She was 28 years of age and had lived in this village since a small child. She was a loveable, exemplary character in every way and was loved by all who knew her. In her new home everything which loving hands could do was done, she had many warm friends there as well as here. She was a loved and respected member of Chalybeate Chapter, O. E. S., of this place.
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