Washington, D. C. November 8, 1945 – Miss Christina Livingston Macomb, a member of one of Washington's oldest families, died in her home here early today at the age of 84.
A resident of Washington for more than sixty years, Miss Macomb was a daughter of the late Colonel and Mrs. John Navarre Macomb and a granddaughter of Commodore John Rodgers who was prominent in the War of 1812.
Miss Macomb was a member for many years of St. John's Episcopal Chruch, across Jackson Square from the White House, where a funeral service will be held on Thursday. Burial will take place in Arlington National Cemetery.
MACOMB, CHRISTINE L D/O JOHN N
- DATE OF DEATH: 11/06/1945
- BURIED AT: SECTION WEST SITE 75
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
- DAUGHTER OF JN MACOMB, COL USA
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