Raymond S. Talbot
Raymond S. Talbot, 84, a retired Army chief warrant officer who also had been a civilian transportation officer with the Army and Air Force, died of pneumonia Aug. 15 at the Mount Vernon Nursing Center in Alexandria. He lived in Alexandria.
Mr. Talbot, who had lived in the Washington area since 1964, was a Maine native. He entered the Army in 1941, serving in Europe during World War II and in Korea during the war there. He retired from active duty as a transportation management officer with the Army Security Agency.
He then worked for Army Intelligence and Security Command at Arlington Hall until 1977, and then with the Air Force Systems Command at Andrews Air Force Base. He retired in 1986.
Mr. Talbot was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Mary, of Alexandria; a son; two daughters; and two grandchildren.
Emily Westall King
Emily Westall King, 88, a collector of antique dolls and doll houses, died of cancer Aug. 20 at the Hospice of Northern Virginia.
Mrs. King, who lived in Arlington, was born in Birmingham. She graduated from Converse College in South Carolina.
As a young woman she lived in Asheville, N.C., and Newport News, Va.
Mrs. King settled in the Washington area in 1953. Her collection of antique dolls, doll houses and miniatures has been featured in books, magazines and on television.
Her marriage to Forrest Winfield Coile ended in divorce, and their son, Forrest Winfield Coile Jr., died.
Survivors include her husband, Cecil St. Clair King Jr. of Arlington; their two sons, Cecil St. Clair King III of Franklin, Vt., and William H.H. King of Arlington; and three grandchildren.