First Chapter Regent Memorial
Honoring Henrietta Hubbard Talbot

First Regent Henrietta Hubbard Talbot Grave Marker
July 1839 – December 18, 1922

Greenwood Cemetery, Section 7, Block 10, Lot 4, Space 4
just a bit northwest of the cemetery office near Van Buren entrance
2300 W. Van Buren Street
Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona
33.452379, -112.110231

Historical Significance:
Henrietta Hubbard Talbot was the first regent of the Maricopa Chapter, NSDAR, which was the first and only chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution while Arizona was still a territory. She served from 1902 until 1911. Henrietta Talbot died December 18, 1922, in Phoenix and is buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Phoenix.


Maricopa Chapter, NSDAR

A studio photographic portrait identified as Henrietta Hubbard Talbot as a young woman.
Henrietta Hubbard Talbot, photographer and date unknown.
A collage of two snapshots and a map of Greenwood Cemetery.
Views of Greenwood Cemetery, November 2018.
A snapshot of a grave marker that reads, “Walter Talbot 1844-1919 and Henrietta H. His Wife 1839-1922 / Arizona State Regent 1902 - 1911.”
Gravestone of Walter Talbot and Henrietta H. Talbot, November 2018.


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