The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California) 1 March 1943, p. 9, c. 7

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The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California) 
1 March 1943, p. 9, c. 7 - I Mrs. Eliza Hoke, Pioneer, Succumbs Death...
I Mrs. Eliza Hoke, Pioneer, Succumbs Death came, to Mis. Ell/a Hoke, 87, member of an early pioneer family and first white girl burn In Pasadena, at a Lt»n Angeles hospital Saturday. She was born December ;u, 185,1. the daughter vC Edward and Rebecca Tibbet. Mrs. Hoke came to BakersCleld with her family In 1SB4. where her parents engaged In the business of freighting by prairie schooner. She til.irrJcd (lie late William Thomas llokr; in 1S7^ in HaUei sfleld and they lived on the .lock Ellis ranch neat- Old River, where Mr. Hoke was foreman, loiter they moved to Culver City, where she resided until her death. Mrs. Hoke was the sister of George, Alfred, William and Bei ton Tibbet and is survived by a son. William T. lloku of Venice; a sister, Emma I.arsen of Makersfield; a brother, Edward Tibbct uf Necnach, five nieces, Enter Brewer of Oceanside; Clara Lemon. Julia Morrison and Olean RawllnKw, all < linkers- field, and Mrs. Lena Slu . iiiun of Vermont; six nephews, Berton and Harry Tibbct of Baket-fficld, Jack : Tibbet of Taft, Jesse Tibbet of Isabella, Earnest Tibbet of Burbank ami Lawrence Tiblwt of New York. : Services will be held at Fllcklnwr- , Dlglin- Chain I at 10 u. in. Wednesday with tlie Reverend fl. H. Balrd officiating. Pallbearers will be Frank : 1'iersnn, Luther Crytt-. R. P. Clymer, Lee Wilhlte. Forrest llarrel and .lames BUIiop. : I in! i I ' ! j ! ' j ; i I j ! j I j I

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 01 Mar 1943, Mon,
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