Clara Coulbron

TUES. FEB. 24, 1925


Mrs. George W. Graves, a “lifelong”
resident of this city, passed
away Friday after an illness of
.five weeks at the age of 36 years.
Mrs. Graves, whose maiden Name
was Clara Coulbron, was a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coulbron
of this city and was known
and beloved by a wide circle of
friends. She was active in church
work and a member of the Rosary
Society and Conseil Ste. Cecile of
St. Peter’s Church. During an illness
of five weeks duration she displayed
fortitude through intense
suffering and made a gallant fight
for life.
Surviving Mrs. Graves are her
husband, George W. Graves of 16
Elm Street, two sons, George W.,
and Clyde A., aged eleven and
five respectively, and one daughter
Marie Gertrude, also her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coulbron, one
sister, Mrs. E. E. Bernard of Platts
burgh, and two brothers, Leon H.
Coulbron of Plattsburgh and Frank
Coulbron of Burlington, “Vt.

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