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San Rafael Independent
Monday, September 29, 1941
BREAKFIELD - In San Anselmo, September 28, 1941, Elva V. Breakfield, beloved wife of the late Homer Breakfield, loving sister of Mrs. Florence Navlet, Mrs. Mable Burns of Carmichael, Mrs. Flossie Schweitzer and William Van Slyke of Roseville, California; a native of California.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral, Wednesday, October 1, 1941 at 2:30 o’clock p.m. from the mortuary of Miller and Skelton, 1015 20th St., Sacramento. Interment Masonic Cemtery, Sacramento
Elva E. Breakfield, Widow of Ex-prison yard Captain, Dies
Mrs. Elva V. Breakfield, widow of a former captain of the yard at San Quentin, died at her home yesterday after a brief illness.
Her late husband, Homer Breakfield, died eight years ago. After his death, Mrs. Breakfield moved to San Anselmo, where she has lived since.
She leaves three sisters, Mrs. Florence Navlet and Mrs. Mabel Burns of Carmichel (sic), and Mrs. Flossie Schweitzer of Roseville, and a brother, William Van Slyke of Roseville. Mrs. Breakfield was a native of California.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon in Sacramento. Interment will be in the Masonic Cemetery there.
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