From a newpaper obituary clipping for Elizabeth Ellen Pinchon from Dessa
Mae (Sunday)Wolf's estate sale 25 Nov 2000 -
"Elizabeth Ellen Pinchon passed quietly away at her home in Fremont,
on April 21, 1928.
She was the daughter of Simon and Mary Horner DaHuff and was born
county, Ind., November 23, 1872. Her girlhood days were spent in DeKalb
Steuben counties. On June 8, 1894, she was united in marriage to Hiram
Pinchon, of Noble county, Ind. To this union were born four chidren,
Earl F. Parker, of Pleasant Lake, Ind., Mrs. Peter Christiansen Jr., of
Milwaukee, Wis.; Inez Mae Pinchon, of Detroit, Mich., and Clarence
Pinchon, of Fremont, Ind., who with the husband survives her. Besides
immediate family she is also survived by a brother, W.A. DaHuff, of Pleasant
Lake, Ind., and a sister, Mrs. Curtis Shontz, of Ashley, Ind., along with
host of relatives and friends.
A most faithful and patient wife and mother and to know her was to
her. The void left by her departure will be keenly felt by her family
the people of the community alike.
Her sickness was borne with great fortitude and those who attended
learned many a lesson in patience.
Funeral services were conducted at the home and were read by Mrs.
Stiefel, of the Christian Science Society of Angola, Ind. The body
to rest in Mt. Zion cemetery.
We, the members of the immediate family of Elizabeth Ellen Pinchon,
to ezpress our most sincere and heartfelt thanks for the help that was given,
the many expressions of sympathy, and the kindness that was shown to us by
our friends and neighbors during our sorrow and bereavement for our beloved
Mrs. Earl F. Parker
Clarence B. Pinchon
Mrs. Peter Christiansen, Jr.
Inez Mae Pinchon"
Submitted by: Theresa Ferguson