1226. Rachel10 Fillebrown (Herbert Martin9, James Rodman8, James7, Thomas6, Isaac5, Thomas4, Thomas3, Humpfrey2 Phillibrowne, Robert1 ffilebrowne)(11900) was born in Massachusetts November 21, 1896.(11901) Rachel died March 10, 1963 in Washington, District of Columbia, at 66 years of age.(11902) (11903) An unidentified newspaper clipping states "Rachel Fillebrown Deibert, 65, active in church and charitable work, died Sunday at Doctor's Hospital, where she had been admitted for an intestinal disorder. Born in Colorado, Mrs. Deibert was a graduate of the House in the Pines, a school in Norton, Mass., and had been a Washington resident for some 40 years. She had devoted much of her time to activities at the National Presbyterian Church, where she was treasurer of the Evening Missionary Society, and the Community Chest. Surviving her are her husband, Alan T. Deibert, an adviser to foreign students at George Washington University and a daughter, Mrs. Elmer L. Blekfeld, of Williamsburg, Va." Her body was interred March 14, 1963 in Washington, District of Columbia.(11904) Burial was at National Memorial Park.
Rachel married Prof. Allan T. Diebert June 19, 1920.(11905) (Additional notes for Prof. Allan T. Diebert(11906)) When Allan was age 27 and Rachel Fillebrown was age 25 they became the parents of Lora Mercer Diebert August 19, 1922.(11907) Allan was employed at George Washington University as Professor in Washington, District of Columbia circa 1963.(11908) He was an adviser to foreign students in 1963. He taught romance languages.
Rachel became Herbert Martin Fillebrown's adopted child date unknown.(11909) Rachel was listed as a daughter in Herbert Martin Fillebrown's household on the 1900 Census in Central Falls, Providence County, Rhode Island.(11910) The address was 106 Hawes Street.
Rachel graduated from House in the Pines in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts date unknown.(11911) When Rachel was age 25 and Prof. Allan T. Diebert was age 27 they became the parents of Lora Mercer Diebert August 19, 1922.(11912) Rachel resided in Washington, District of Columbia circa 1962.(11913) At the time of her death she had been a resident of Washington for some 40 years.
Circa 1962, Rachel, a Presbyterian, was a member of the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, District of Columbia.(11914) "She had devoted much of her time to activities at the National Presbyterian Church, where she was treasurer of the Evening Missionary Society, and the Community Chest."
Rachel's funeral was held March 14, 1963 at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, District of Columbia.(11915)
Rachel Fillebrown and Prof. Allan T. Diebert had the following child:
+ 1662 i. Lora Mercer11 Diebert was born August 19, 1922.
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