Clarinda Harriett Brearley
(1836-1912)

 

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1. Capt. Samuel C. Colesberry

Clarinda Harriett Brearley

  • Born: 24 Nov 1836, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA
  • Marriage (1): Capt. Samuel C. Colesberry
  • Died: 11 Dec 1912, Brunswick, Glynn Co., GA
  • Buried: Abt 14 Dec 1912, Oak Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Glynn Co., GA

  

The Brunswick News - December 11, 1912
ESTIMABLE LADY PASSES AWAY
Mrs. C.H. Colesberry breathed her last yesterday. It is with great sadness that The News chronicles the death of Mrs. C.H. Colesberry, which occurred at her residence on Egmont Street, at 7 o'clock last night. The deceased was known and loved by many and was one of those good women who made the world better for having lived in it. Mrs. Colesberry was 74 years of age and has been a resident of Brunswick since 1860, coming to this city from Philadelphia. She was the relict of the late Capt. S.C. Colesberry, commander of the old revenue cutter Nancyman, which made this port headquarters. Besides many other relatives, the deceased leaves six children, Mrs. A.V. Wood, Misses Lula and Florrie Colesberry of this city, Mrs. R.T. Hitch of Waycross, Miss Nellie Colesberry of Jacksonville, and W.B. Colesberry of Tampa. The funeral will take place from St. Marks Episcopal Church, of which she was a consistent member, at 10:30 tomorrow morning, interment private.


Clarinda married Capt. Samuel C. Colesberry. (Capt. Samuel C. Colesberry was born on 24 Mar 1835 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, died on 16 Feb 1872 in Brunswick, Glynn Co., GA and was buried about 19 Feb 1872 in Oak Grove Cemetery, Brunswick, Glynn Co., GA.)




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