At Hicksville, Sacramento County, June 18th, Margaret F., wife of C.E.
Dillard, a native of Missouri, aged 57 years, 9 months, and 11 days.
Near Hicksville, April 17,1901, Mary J. Dillard, wife of C.W. Dillard,
mother of Annie Bandeen, Maggie Greeno, Frankie LeRoy, Millie, Hazel,
Columbus, Irving, Eddie, and Alonzo Dillard; a native of Boston, aged 55 years.
“Sacramento Union” 26 Jul. 1897, pg.3
Near this city, July 24th, Napoleon B., husband of Sarah Dillard and father of Mabel Dillard, a native of Arkansas, aged 48 years and 6 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this (Monday) afternoon at 1 o’clock from the Hicksville Church.
“San Francisco Call” (off the internet; Vital Records for 1875-1884, page 3 of 10)
Dillard, C.E. married in 1884 to Weindrick, Dora 1884M-1153
In this city, August 10, by Rev. J. Cummins, Columbus W.H. Dillard to Mrs.
M.J. McGinn, both of Sacramento County.
DILLARD—SPRINGSTED—In this city, in the parsonage of the First
Church, Ninth Street, L and M, on the 2d instant by Rev. A.B. Banks ,
“San Francisco Call” (off the internet, Vital Records for 1875 -1884, pg.3 of 10)
Dillard, twin daus. of C.W. born in 1878---1878B-523
In Hicksville, December 16, to the wife of C.E. Dillard, a son. MSL
“San Francisco Call” 4 Jan. 1888, pg.4
Mr. Dillard of Hicksville, aged 71 years while driving from Galt to his home in a four-horse farm wagon. last Saturday, and accidentally fell from the elevated seat to the ground, alighting on his head. The old gentleman received serious injuries to his head and spine, and a severe shock to his nervous system. His condition is precarious and it is feared that his injuries will prove fatal.
“Sacramento Bee” 22 Jul. 1909, pg.5
J. C. Dillard was arrested today and released on $1000 bail for not supporting his aged mother, Mrs. Dora Dillard. Warrants are out for the arrest of two other sons, Fred and George W. Windrick, on the same charge.
Mrs. Dillard complained to the District Attorney that she is getting old and her sons refuse to support her.
“Merced Star” 1 Aug. 1908, pg. 1
---------Mrs Peter Bouchet, who with her family resided near the sewer farm west of town, died suddenly last night of heart disease aggravated by the warm weather. ----Mrs Bouchet died about 11 o’clock at her home-----
Note: Mrs Peter Bouchet (formerly, Nancy E. Frazer of IL) was the mother of Alta B. (Bouchet) Dillard of Merced, CA.
“Merced Express” 29 Apr.1916, pg.3
Peter A. Bouchet, for many years a resident of Merced and vicinity, died at Fresno Tuesday after an illness of sesveral months from ailments due to old age. The deceased was a native of France and was aged 60 years and 8 months.
He had resided in California for over forty years, during the greater portion of which time he was engaged in farming and well-boring in Merced county. He was an up-right and honorable man of genial disposition and was respected and esteemed by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. He leaves three daughters and one son---Mrs Pearl Gristy of Fresno, Mrs Alta Dillard of Merced,, Miss Bernice Bouchet of Glen Ellen, and Elmer Bouchet of Merced. The remains were brought to this city and the funeral was held at 10 o’clock Thursday morning from the residence of Mrs Dillard at 21 Twentieth street, the service being conducted by Rev. J.A. Wailes. Interment was made in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
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