Son of Clinton C Coburn (1858-1916) and Josephine Kirk (1863-1929)
Los Angeles Times, January 2, 1921
Stricken Hero of Last Offensive to be Laid to Rest
Funeral services for First Lieutenant Clinton K. Coburn, who died on Armistice Day, 1918, of wounds received in the last great offensive of the Ninety First Division in Belgium, will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Bresee Chapel with the Hollywood and Los Angeles posts of the American Legion in charge. Burial will be in Rosedale Cemetery. The body arrived here Saturday from France.
Lieut. Coburn enlisted in the Coast Artillery as a private and was sent to the officers training school at the Presidio early in the war. After being commissioned as lieutenant he was sent overseas with the Three Hundred and Sixty-second Infantry Ninety First Division.
Lieut. Coburn was a graduate of the Culver Military Academy and prior to entering the service he was employed by the Studebaker Corporation. He was a son of Mrs. C.C. Coburn of 1134 North Heliotrope Drive and has a sister, Mrs. A.G. Tebbs, residing here.