This Day In History: 1936-02-03
Darlington resident Mrs. Ingraham Estabrook died at her home on Valley Road at the age of 74. She was born in Canada on March 7, 1861 and had come to Mahwah in 1881 as a bride. She was a faithful member of the Kings Daughters and caught for over forty years in the Darlington Sunday school. For over a year she had been an invalid. She was survived by three daughters Emily Estabrook also of Valley Road, Darlington, Mrs. Eva Dixon, Ramsey, and Mrs. Mary J. Utter, Suffern., a sister, Mrs. William Sears of Arlington R. I. and a brother, John Rhodes of Tennessee. There were nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren.