Martha Colvig


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Martha Wetheby (Moore) Colvig (b. 1877 - d. 1956) was born on January 19, 1877 in Oregon. She was a member of Prescott's Monday Club and was the wife of Harry Colvig.

Harry Colvig (b. 1877 - d. 1936) was born on February 6, 1877 in Oregon. He was Secretary and cashier at the Commercial Trust and Savings Bank in Prescott, Arizona.  He had previously worked at the Prescott National Bank.

The couple married in Oregon in 1900 and lived in Prescott at least from 1909-1922. Harry died in Los Angeles on January 17, 1936. Martha died in Los Angeles on May 20, 1956.

Handwriting on back of photograph reads: "Martha Colveg. Harry Colveg in Mens File."

Source: Mohave County Miner and Our Mineral Wealth, February 10, 1922.



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