Born: November 20, 1892 Texas
Died: May 5, 1914 McLennan County, Texas
Daughter of Joseph F. Talbert and Mary Woodie McCants Talbert
Waco Daily Times-Herald
Wednesday, May 6, 1914
About 5:30 yesterday afternoon Mrs. F. H. Garrett, whose home was at Erath, out from Waco several miles on the China Springs road, died very suddenly while calling at the home of a neighbor, Mrs. William Webb. Mrs. Garrett was a young woman, being only 22 years of age, and leaves a young husband and a small son, who will sadly miss a loving wife and a fond and faithful mother. She had complained for some time in a general way that her heart was troubling her, but the matter was not thought serious. As she arose to to leave her friend’s house yesterday she fell back into the chair she had occupied, arising she stood but a second and fell back again, this time with life extinct. Deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Talbert of the China Springs neighborhood, and the family on both sides of the house are well and favorably known all over that section. The sudden death caused great sorrow, as well as excitement, in the neighborhood and the family was extended every kindness possible by numerous friends. The funeral will take place at 3 p.m. today at the family residence, after which the remains will be laid to rest in the China Springs cemetery. Rev. Luther E. Masters of South Tenth street, Waco, will officiate at the exercises.
marriage date: 01 Jan 1911
marriage place: McLennan, Texas