Jeanette P. Coburn
b. circa 20 June 1862, d. 16 February 1939
- Father: Sylvester C. Coburn b. 15 October 1836, d. 23 July 1904
- Mother: Catharine McGuire b. circa November 1841, d. 1909
- Jeanette P. Coburn was born circa 20 June 1862 in Ontario, Canada.
- Sylvester C. Coburn and Catharine McGuire, appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio. Other members of the household included Jeanette P. Coburn, Sarah Coburn and Catharine Coburn.
- Sylvester C. Coburn and Catharine McGuire appeared in the 4 April 1881 census of Canada in Thorold, Welland County, Ontario, Canada. Other members of the household included Jeanette P. Coburn, Sarah Coburn, Catharine Coburn, Sarah (?) and Hugh McGuire.
- She was a dressmaker, according to the 1881 census.
- Catharine McGuire and Sylvester C. Coburn appeared in the 6 April 1891 census of Canada in Thorold, Ontario, Canada. Other members of the household included Jeanette P. Coburn, Sarah Coburn and Catharine Coburn.
- Sylvester C. Coburn appeared in the 1894 Niagara Falls, New York, City Directory at 225 Fourth Street listed as Sylvester C. Coburn, engineer, and at the same address, Miss Sadie I., milliner, Miss Nettie, dressmaker, and Miss Katie..
- Sylvester C. Coburn and Catharine McGuire appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Niagara Falls, Niagara County, New York, at 341 Third Street. Other members of the household included Jeanette P. Coburn, Sarah Coburn, Catharine Coburn and Frank L. Strobridge.
- She was a dressmaker, according to the 1900 census.
- The following appeared on 23 July 1904 in the Niagara Falls Gazette: Sylvester C. Coburn, 68 years old, died at 4:30 o'clock this morning at his home, No. 449 Fifth street, after a long period of suffering from typhoid fever. Mr. Coburn has been a resident of this city for a great many years and the news of his death will be received with deep sorrow by his many friends. He wasn an engineer and the funeral services, which will be conducted on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the house, will be under the auspices of Electric City Association No. 37, New York N. A. S. R. The interment will be in Riverdale Cemetery. The deceased is survived by a wife and three daughters, Sadie, Catharine and Nettie.
- She married Frank L. Strobridge on 27 September 1905 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York.
- The following appeared on 29 September 1905 in The Naples Record: In Buffalo on the 27th instant occurred the marriage of Mr. Frank L. Strobridge, of Cleveland, O., and Miss Jennetta P. Coburn of Niagara Falls. Mr. Strobridge is a son of Mrs. Barber Eldredge, of this village, and it was in Naples that Mr. Strobridge grew to manhood. This newly-married couple is spending a portion of their honeymoon at the home of his mother. The groom has many warm friends here who are extending congratulations. Mr. Strobridge has a good position with the Natural Food Co., of Cleveland, and he and his bride will go to that city tomorrow.
- The following appeared on 2 October 1905 in the Niagara Falls Gazette: Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Strobridge (Nee Coburn) were in the city yesterday at the home of Mrs. Strobridge's mother, enroute to their future home in Cleveland. After having spent a portion of their honeymoon in Naples, N. Y., the former home of Mr. Stroobridge.
- Jeanette P. Coburn died on 16 February 1939 in Rochester, New York, at Genesee Hospital.
- Frank L. Strobridge became a widower at her death.
- She was interred at Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, New York.
- The following appeared on 18 February 1939 in The Niagara Falls Gazette: Word has been received here of the death in Rochester on Thursday of Mrs. Janette Coburn Strobridge, wife of Frank L. Strobridge, of Rochester, a former widely known resident of this city. After leaving here, Mrs. Strobridge resided in Indianapolis until 18 years ago, when she moved to Rochester. [:CR;] Funeral services will be held at Corbett's funeral parlors, Main and Alexander streets, Rochester, at 11 a.m. Monday.
- The following appeared on 22 February 1939 in The Naples Record: In Rochester last Thursday, February 16, 1939, occurred the death of Mrs. Frank L. Strobridge. She was well known in Naples and vicinity, as she and her husband owned and operated the old Woodville Hotel and picnic grounds, at the head of Canandagua Lake, for several years. She is survived by her husband.
Services were held in Rochester on Saturday, and burial was made in Mount Hope cemetery, in that city.
- Last Edited: 8 Dec 2014