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Sacramento Transcript

May 21, 1850 

DIED

In this city, on the 18th inst, of bilious fever, Mr. Leonard KINSLEY, formerly of Washington County, Maine.

In this city, on the 19th inst, of typhoid fever, Rev. Thomas D. Sturdevant, age 31, formerly of Providence, R.I.

In this city, on the 19th inst, of chronic diarrhea, Mr. S.M. SATTER, formerly of Southampton, Conn, 24 years of age.

In this city, on the 20th inst, of chronic diarrhea, Mr. Philip SLOSSER, formerly of Stark County Ohio, age 20 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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Sacramento Transcript

Thursday Morning, June 27, 1850

 

DIED

  In this city, on the 25th inst., of rheumatism of the diaphragm, Mr. Thomas THOMSON, formerly of England, aged 23 years.

  In this city, on the 25th inst., of chronic diarrhea, Mr. Edw. HOZEN, formerly of Wisconsin, aged 40 years.

  At Mississippi or Fisher’s Bar, on the American river, May 31, John McCOY, of Lowell, Mass.

  The friends of the deceased may address Alden SOUTHWORTH, Beal’s Bar.

 

                    “Whom the Gods love die young.”

  On Saturday, June 22d, 1850, at Sutter’s Fort, Miss Martha McCLELLAND, in the 14th year of her age.

  The death of a young person is always a melancholy theme. The deceased was just entering upon the bloom of womanhood, and such were her virtues that she was beloved by all who knew her. Amiability, gentleness and affection shone resplendent in her character, which blended with a modesty so pure and lovely, rendered her admired by a large circle of acquaintances.

  Death has taken a favorite daughter and sister, and caused a void which cannot be filled. The sweet flower, just budding and spreading its fragrance around, has been snapped by the ruthless invader; but the consolation remains, that she has exchanged this world for a happier home - eternal in the Heavens. The service at her funeral on Sunday morning was very solemn, while the sanctity of the day served to render it still more so.

  Her last moments were calm and serene. Perfectly resigned, she exclaimed, that she did not wish to live. “Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end be like hers.”

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Transcript

Sacramento City

Saturday, September 28, 1850

 

DEATHS DURING SEPTEMBER

We annex a list of the deaths that have occurred in our city during the present month, together with the age, former place of residence, and character of disease occasioning death.

It is taken from the record kept by Mr. E.S. YOUMANS:

 

September

1

Andrew SIGOURNEY

 

Massachusetts

 

2

Edward RICHIE

 

Mass

inflammation of lungs;

3

Newell PATTERSON

aged 26

Boston

diarrhoea

5

John WIGGIN

aged 26

Augusta, Maine

 

5

Hiram PRICE

aged 38

Chataque County, New York

typhoid fever;

6

Frederick J. WOOD

aged 27

Philadelphia

fever and dysentery;

7

Christian DEDE

aged 25

Holstein, Germany

 

7

Franklin GILMORE

aged 42

Butler County, Pa.

typhoid fever;

7

Samuel ADAMS

aged 35

Lowell, Mass

consumption;

8

MILLIGAN

 

 

dysentery;

11

Isaac MALE

aged 23

England

dysentery

11

James BOWMAN

aged 16

N York

apoplexy;

11

Samuel ROHERTS

aged 36

 

typhoid fever;

11

James HUGHES

aged 40

Wisconsin

erysipelas;

12

A. G. BABCOCK

aged 40

Akron county, Ohio

congestion of the bowels;

12

John SCAMBLES

aged 42

England;

 

12

Wm. BAYMAN

aged 28

Licking county, Ohio

dysentery;

14

Arthur CALLAS

aged 38

France

typhoid fever;

14

David J. WARREN

aged 34

Nashua, N.H.

typhoid fever and congestion of the brain;

14

W. F. THOMAS

aged 22

Tennessee

 

15

Joseph VERCANTEIN

aged 43

Antwerp

typhoid dysentery;

16

John F. BRYANT

aged 23

Monroe county, Mo.

diarrhoea;

17

Wm. DAUGHERTY

aged 23

New York

stabbed;

17

Wm. LANDERS

aged 32

Boston

congestive fever;

18

Jeremiah STANFIELD

aged 23

Indiana

dysentery;

18

Wm. MONTEITH

aged 27

Warren county, Ill's

chronic diarrhoea;

17

George WAGER

aged 50

Columbia county, New York

cellular abscess;

18

Alfred E. STEDMAN

aged 24

Massachusetts

congestive fever;

19

Wm. H. TYAC

aged 30

New York city

abcess of liver;

17

Moses SHARRER

aged 30

Lickong county, Ohio

dysentery;

19

Nathan WHITE

aged 40

Missouri

scurvy;

20

George POTTER

aged 26

Maine

dysentery;

21

Wm. H. ARNETT

aged 25

Henry county, Mo.

inflammation bowels;

22

James M. WELLS

aged 25

Buchanan county, Mo.

consumption;

22

A .P. HENDERSON

aged 32

Illinois

typhoid fever;

22

Milton REED

aged 22

Illinois

typhoid fever;

22

Wm. CALDWELL

 

Kentucky

consumption;

23

Mrs. Mary J. GILMORE

aged 26

Dodge county, Miss

congestive fever;

23

James DAVISON

aged 58

Henry county, Iowa

 

22

N. D. THORNTON

aged 24

Johnston county, Mo.

 

23

Thomas POINTER

aged 51

Brooklyn, New York

typhoid dysentery;

23

Edmond STONE

aged 42

Pittston, Maine

erysipelas;

23

Joseph SWISS

 

Switzerland

drowned in Sacramento;

26

John BRIGHTWELL

aged 22

Pennsylvania

typhoid fever;

26

Col. John B. WITT

aged 44

Cook county, Ill's.

 

 

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Transcript

Sacramento City

Friday, December 20, 1850

 

 

                    DIED

   In Sacramento City, on Monday, the 16th December, Frederick ARENTS, of Andrew county, Mo, aged about 51 years.

 
Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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Sacramento Transcript

Thursday January 9, 1851 

 

DIED

In San Francisco harbor, on Saturday, January 4, Mr. Joseph DOWNER, aged 29 years, from Newburyport, Mass.

In same place, Jan. 4th, of inflamation of the bowels, Capt. Geo. D. GRIFFIN, of Lynn, Mass.

In same place, Jan. 6th ,of chronic diarrhea, Geo. W. WETHERBEE, formerly of Marlborough, Mass, aged 23 years.

In same place, on board barque Bramin, at sea, March 17th, Hiram LOSKIN, seaman, aged 21 years, of Syracuse, N.Y.

In San Francisco, Jan. 2 - Nathan HAYS, Philadelphia, aged 26, cholera; Capt. David REED, New London, inflammation of stomach; Geo. O. LACY, Ohio, 22, typhoid fever; John CROWELL, Nantucket, dropsy. Jan 3 - Mary AMES, New York, 20, disease of lungs; Jas. PERRY, Mississippi, cholera; Isaac RUSSELL, Mass, 20, dysentery; John MATHIOT, Penn, 30, dysentery; Camillo HURTADO, Peru, 51, diarrhea. Jan 4 - David W. SHATTUCK, Mass, 21, dysentery; Jos. FORD, dysentery; Capt. Joseph S. DOWNER, Newburyport, Mass, 29; John HANS, Oregon, 24, cholera; Capt. G.D. GRIFFIN, Lynn, Mass. Jan 6 - Mrs. Margaret F.L. DAMMAN, New York city, 24.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Transcript

Sacramento City

Tuesday, January 16, 1851

 

                DIED

   At Portland, Oregon, Loris TISDALE, of New York, aged 40 years.

   In Syracuse, Linn county, Oregon, Oct. 11, Elisha HILL, formerly of Mendon, Worcester county, Massachusetts, aged 35.He left a wife and four children.

   In San Jose, Dec. 2d, 1850, W.T. ATKINS, of Macon, Ga., aged 27.

   At Log Town, El Dorado county, Capt. Thomas S. CHAPMAN, of St. Louis, Mo, Jan. 1st, in the 31st year of his age.

   At Auburn, on the 10th Jan., Mr. Jeremiah PARBOX, aged 45, of Warrenton, Mass, of chronic diarrhea.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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Sacramento Transcript

Saturday January 25, 1851 

DIED

Louis TISDALE, a seaman attached to the bark Success, of this port, was killed on the 9th Dec., by being crushed by the fall of a heavy box of machinery on board the barque Desdemona, at the mouth of the Williamette river. Deceased leaves a family in New York. Capt. Wm. IRVING, of the barque Success, has in his hands effects and wages, which will be paid to the rightful heirs.

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Transcript

Sacramento City

Saturday, January 26, 1851

 

                    DIED

   LOUIS TISDALE, a seaman attached to the barque Success, of this port, was killed on the 9th Dec, by being crushed by the fall of a heavy box of machinery on board the barque Desdemona, at the mouth of the Willamette river. Deceased leaves a family in New York. Capt. Wm. IRVING, of the barque Success, has in his hands effects and wages, 

which will be paid to the rightful heirs.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Transcript

Sacramento City

Monday, January 27, 1851

 

Mortality Report

For the week ending January 25.

Diarrhea - 3

Erysipelas - 1

Debility - 1

Found Dead - 1

Disease unascertained - 1

Whole number of deaths - 7

The record of deaths may be seen at the Coffin Wareroom of E.S. 

YOUMANS, on _th street, between J and K.

 

Names of deceased persons for the week ending January 25.

Jan 19 - Hungerford SOALY, 17, Ireland

do 21 - John CARSIM, 22, Calcutta

do 23 - A stranger

do 24 - Henry SLONE, 25, Mansfield co., O.

do do - Wm. McFARLAND, 28, Ky.

do do - Wm. C. BRYAN, 36, Mo.

do do - John A. BISLOP, 25, N. London, O.

 

The following are the names of person deceased in San Francisco during the past week:

For the Week ending Jan 25th.

Thomas WEEH, aged 27, disease of the heart, South Australia.

Jarvis MILLER, 29, chronic dysentery, Ohio.

Chas. RICE, 2_, delirium tremens, Vermont.

Sarah L. REED, 23, chron dysent?y, Paterson, N.J.

John ELLERY, 31, consumption, Germany.

Richard MARTIN, 22, killed by the explosion of the steamer Major Tompkins, London

 

                    DIED

On board the steamship Republic, at sea, Jan. 13th, Mr. W. GRACE.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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Sacramento Daily Union

Thursday Morning, October 2, 1851

 

Mortality Report,

For the month of September, arranged for the “Union” by E.S. YOUMANS, Undertaker, Fourth street, between J and K streets, where a full record of deaths may be seen.

Diarrhea and Dysentery - 4

Fevers - 5

Consumption - 3

Erysipelas - 2

Inflammation of the Bowels - 2

Delirium Tremens - 1

Unascertained - 2

Shot accidentally - 1

Total - 20

NAMES OF DECEASED PERSONS FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTR

 

September

Date

Name

Age

Former residence

1

John SINCLAIR

26

Columbia co., Mo.

6

John JASAN

30

Valparaiso

11

Frederick WHYLEY

45

England

11

Robert GOUGH

31

Miss.

11

John TAYLOR

60

England

12

Elias HOLMES (colored)

 

 

14

Orlando COOPER

22

New York

16

J.D. DAVENPORT

23

Alabama

17

Augustus SAFFORD

26

Maine

20

E.S. WATSON

37

Ohio

20

George HUMPHREIS

40

N. J. (colored)

22

Godfrey SMITH

22

Germany

24

Hugh McCREADY

51

Scotland

25

Wm. MILLER

24

Maine

25

A Chinaman

 

 

25

Mrs. Charlie W. HOOPER

25

Lowell, Mass

26

A Mexican Woman

 

 

26

John A. GLENN

24

Kentucky

27

Wm. TURNER

28

N. Y. city (colored)

27

Herald STARK

21

Denmark

30

Joel D. NICHOLS

30

New York

 

 

Interments In San Francisco

Sept. 14 - John BURDICK; Samuel HACKETT, Charleston, aged 32; Geo. KNIGHT, England, aged 31. 15th - Child of Thomas KNIGHT of San Francisco, aged 3 months. 10th - James DAIL, New Bedford, aged 29; Edward W. KING, San Francisco, aged 3 months; David DAILY, New York, aged 38; Miss ALIEZO, Sonora, aged 35; Eliza SCHWAP, Germany, aged 30; James Oliver DUNN, New York, aged 25. 17th - Unknown man; Joseph LONG, Boston, aged 32; Henry FREEMAN, New York, aged 33. 18th - Michael RICHARDSON, New York, aged 43; son of Jos. VINCENT, San Francisco, aged 4 weeks; Geo. D. HUESTIS, aged 45.  20th - Caroline BARTLETT, Plymouth, Mass., aged 3 years. 22d - Patrick GORDON, Scotland, aged 40; Robert WILLETT, Philadelphia, aged 5. 24th - Marie GAUTHER, France, aged 28; Marie F.C. GARY, France, aged 25. 26th - Elizabeth THOMPSON, San Francisco, aged 2 months; Emil KRANSBECK, Germany, aged 33; Walter F. FRANKLIN, New York, aged 29; Edward MYLON, New York, aged 27; Bridget Beedle ADELAIDE, aged 35. 27th - Marie HOWIE, aged 1 year; Mary Elizabeth LEAN, California, aged 1 year. 28th - Infant son of Jose VINCENT, aged 6 weeks. Also, 16 Chinamen of scurvy and rheumatic fever.

 
Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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Sacramento Daily Union

Monday Morning, November 3, 1851

 

Mortality Report

For the month of October, arranged for the “Union” by E.S. YOUMANS, Undertaker, Fourth street, between J and K streets, where a full record of deaths may be seen.

Consumption - 4

Fevers - 4

Diarrhea and Dysentery - 3

Abdominal abscess - 1

Dropsy - 1

Whooping cough - 1

Pneumonia - 1

Cerebritas - 1

Injuries rec?d by being thrown from a horse - 1

Unascertained - 3

Total - 20

NAMES OF DECEASED PERSON FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

 

October

Date

Name

Age

Former residence

4th

E. MULES

 

England

8th

Geo. STODDARD

25

Massachusetts

12th

Jas. FIDDES

18

Scotland

12th

Israel P. BRICE

38

Michigan

14th

A Chinaman

 

 

15th

W. DAVIDSON

27

Ohio

15th

Jas. SAUNDERS

27

N. Y.

16th

John HURIRA

30

Chili

16th

a child

 

 

17th

S. ADKINS (colored)

27

N. Y.

18th

Lewis JACKSON

21

Md.

18th

Francis KEATING

25

Me.

19th

D. C. DEMYERS

25

Herkimer Co., N. Y.

19th

Dennis HAYS

3

 

23d

C. MENGIRUENE

23

Valparaiso

24th

Anthony (colored)

55

Ala.

25th

Chester STAMP

37

Illinois

26th

David CLANEY

23

Mich.

26th

John FRIEBERG

 

Germany

31st

Frederick TOWNE

25

Boston

 

 
 
Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Tuesday Morning, September 7, 1852 

DIED

OBITUARY - Died in this city on the 21 inst., of cholera, in the 42d year of his age, HARVEY D. SMITH, formerly of Hartland, Niagara Co., New York. Mr. S. was beloved and respected by all who knew him - his was a rare instance of that charity and kindness of heart towards his fellow man - pure morality and patience and perseverance under necessity, that but few who are in the hardening pursuits of a competency retain. And whether in his various occupations in his native State, Mississippi or Louisiana - whither he went in quest of it, or in California in mining or mercantile pursuits, he has stood the test and come out as pure as gold as is probably the lot of mortals to attain. But the days of his pilgrimage are over: his example and precept can no more influence his fellow man; but his memory will never depart from those who knew and appreciated his character. New York papers copy.

At Carricita, near Warner’s Ranch, Aug. 29th, Don DAMASO LOPEZ, a native of Spain, but for many years a resident of New Mexico. He leaves four children at school in St. Louis, Mo.

At Santa Barbara, on the 27th Aug., DON JOSE A. MENENDEZ.

At San Gabriel, July 18th, MARIA REID, aged 27, wife of Felipe Reid.

On board steamship Oregon, Aug. 30th, of dysentery, SYLVESTER PEARSON, of Newark, N.J.

On board steamship Independence, Aug. 30th, of congestion of the bowels, H. DONNOVAN, of Charleston, S.C.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 
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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Wednesday morning, September 15, 1852

 

 

                    DIED

Suddenly on Tuesday, September 14th, J.B. PATCH, Esq., of the banking house of McNULTY, PATCH & Co., of this city.

   The sudden death of Mr. PATCH will carry deep sorrow to a wide circle of kindred and friends, to whom he had endeared himself by his many manly qualities. Mr. P. was formerly connected with the banking house of Messrs. RHODES, STURGIS & McNULTY, and but recently made a visit to the States, and returned with his amiable lady and daughter in May last. Upon them this terrible bereavement falls most heavily, and the only solace that can be offered them is the deep sympathy of a large circle of friends who will ever stand ready to sustain them under every trial. Mr. PATCH was from Milford, N.H., and was 33 years of age. Sustaining a high character for integrity and business 

qualifications, his loss will be deeply felt in our community.

   His funeral will take place from his late residence, on 3d street, between M and N, this day (Wednesday) at 3 1/2 P.M. His friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

   In this city, on the 13th inst, after a short illness, Hugh DAVEY, aged 38 years, formerly of Baltimore, Md.

   In this city, on Tuesday, September 14th, Mrs. McARTHUR, formerly of Akron, Ohio.

   At Staples’ Ranch, Sept. 13th, of inflammation of the bowels, Mrs. Sarah E. HARRIS, aged 23 years, consert of John HARRIS, of Galena Ill.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Thursday, September 17, 1852

 

                    DIED

   On Saturday night last of cholera, at Dr. GRATTON’s private hospital, Stockton, Jeanette GRATTON, the wife of Dr. GRATTON. This lady was universally esteemed in this community for her rare christian virtues and charities, and her loss will be sincerely lamented in the circle of friends she had drawn around her.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Saturday, September 18, 1852

 

                    DIED

   In this city, September 16th, Alfred CURRY, formerly of West Chester, Pa., aged about 25 years.

   In Nevada city, September 16th, of inflammation of the bowels, E.L. GARRASON, formerly of Rome, Georgia, aged 25 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Monday morning, September 20, 1852

 

                    DIED

   On the 16th September, at Colusa, of typhoid fever, Mr. Geo W. DAWLEY, aged 21 years, of Newport, R.I.

[New York and  Lowell papers please copy.]

   In Stockton, on Thursday morning, Sept. 16., of congestion of the brain, Mariposa, infant daughter of John and Esther WHITE, of that city.

   On September 9th, at the Moquelumne river, Mr. S.A. BARTON, of the firm of Barton & Bowman, aged 32 years. He leaves a wife and family in Illinois, where he formerly resided.

   At Washington City, Aug. 10th, Mary, daughter of the Hon. Wm. M. GWIN, Senator from California, aged 11 years.

   At San Francisco, Sept. 17th, John CHETWOOD, Esq., late of Newark, New Jersey, aged 38 years.

   At San Francisco, Sept. 17th, of typhoid fever, John DOUGHERTY, of Philadelphia, aged 32 years.

   At sea, on board barque Emily, August 23d, Captain Charles CLINCH, of London, aged 50 years.

 

Mortality Report.

Arranged for the Union by A.B. YOUMANS, City Sexton, No. 56 Fourth st., where a full record of the deaths in this city may be seen.

   Names of deceased persons for the week ending September 19th, 1852:

   Hugh DAVY, aged ___, Baltimore, Md; Louisa GOSSE, 18 mos., Sacramento; Wm. WHITE, 58 years, Indiana; ____ STAMPE, 34, Germany; Albert BENSON, 38, Ohio; Wm. A. RICE, 45, Boston, Mass.; _____ WILLIS  (col.) 33, Wisconsin; Manard RAPHAEL, 20, Mexico; Victor ROBERT, 36, France; J.B. PATCH, ____, New Hampshire; Senor BARUAVA, 50, Mexico; Jeannette WILLIAMSON, 26, Scotland; John HOWARD, 32, Mississippi; Isaac E. MORSE, New Hampshire; Mrs. C.H. McARTHUR, 40, Ohio; Wm. P. 

BARTLETT, 28, Maine; L.C. OAKLEY, 28, Louisiana; Samuel KESNER, 21, Vermont; Mrs. MARTIN, 20; Samuel FERGUSON, 37, N.Y.; George PETERS, 21, Denmark; Jeremiah BRUNELL, 40, Massachusetts; Dr. R. GREATHOUSE, 50, Ky., Frederic MORIN, 25, France; John FAGAN, 20, Germany; Thomas H. COLLINS, 27, Tenn; Horace W. GRAY, 30, Conn; Isacha J. EVANS, 46, Philadelphia, Penn; Wm. McGRIFFIN, 23, Vermont; James REYNOLDS, 26, Tenn; Alfred CURRY, 25, Pennsylvania; Joseph FORSETT, 38, Canada; Adelaide D. CASSIN, 31, France; John SMITH, 24, Mo,.; H. HUNTINGTON, 49, Vermont; Samuel CRANE, (col.) 45, Detroit, Michigan; James 

ROBINSON, 49, Maine.

   Of cholera, 13; cholera morbus, 1; chronic diarrhoe, 3; typhoid fever, 9; dysentery, 1; wound, 1; measles, 1; Panama fever, 1; congestion of the brain, 1; inflammation of bowels, 1; bilious fever, 4; unascertained, 5.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Tuesday morning, September 21, 1852

 

                    DIED

   In Placer county, September 15th,  Admiral I. BURCH, formerly of Erie county, Pa., in the 24th year of his age.

   In this city, on the 20th September, William KAMP, of Baltimore.

 
Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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The Daily Union

Sacramento, Cal.

Friday, September 24, 1852

 

                    DIED

   In this city, September 23d, Charles A., oldest son of Chas H. and Mary A. CUMMINGS, aged 4 years, 8 months and 22 days.

   Friends of the parents are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from their residence on O street, this day (Friday) at 3 o’clock.

   At the residence of Mr. McCAMLY, on the Sacramento ricer, eight miles below this city, on the 19th September, Hiram BURNHAM of Detroit, Mich, aged 54 years.

    At Evansville, of bilious fever, Edward George REDD, aged 18, of Randolph county, Mo.

   At the City of ?76, in Butte county, September 14th, William H. BOUGARDIS.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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Sacramento Daily Union

Monday Morning February 11, 1856 

DIED

In San Francisco, Feb. 7th, Mrs. Julia Ann, wife of John FOWLER, in the 27th year of her age.

In San Francisco, Feb. 6th, suddenly, of croup, Henry Bond, youngest son of Frederick A. and Charlotte F. HUSSEY, aged 3 years and 12 days. 

Near Col. JOHNSON’s Ranch, El Dorado co., Jan. 17th, Wm. MAXWELL, son of Michael and Ann MAXWELL, aged 6 yrs.

In Los Angeles, Jan. 27th, Franklin NORRIS, aged about 35 years, a native of Virginia.

In Los Angeles, Jan 22d, W.W. WRAY, formerly of New York, aged 52 years.

In Salt Lake City, Dec. 21st, Samuel, son of Samuel and Eunice S. MOORE, aged 4 years, 7 months and 8 days.

In Salt Lake City, Aug 30th, Harriet FARMER, eldest daughter of Joseph and Mary BATEMAN, late of England, aged 22 years. Also, at the same time and place, Harriet BATEMAN FARMER, aged 7 weeks and 8 days.

In Salt Lake City, Dec. 3d, Nathaniel PRESTON, son of Nathaniel and Eliza Ann FELT, aged 9 years and 6 months. 

In Salt Lake City, Nov. 29th, Edwin, son of James A. and Mary J. LITTLE, aged 1 years, 11 months and 26 days.

In Salt Lake City, Cedenia, daughter of Phineas H. and Phebe YOUNG, aged 1 year, 12 month and 8 days.

In Tooele City, U.T., Oct. 31st, Thomas WHALE, late of England, aged 70 years, 3 months and 21 days.

At South Weber, U.T., Oct., 27th, Nancy SARPETA, daughter of Rebecca and Nathan PARRISH, and wife of Wm. R. COLE, aged 34 years, 10 months and 21 days.

In West Jordan, U.T., Dec. 8th, of typhus fever, Abraham, son of Abraham and Frances COON, aged 9 years.

In Salt Lake City, Nov. 20th, Robert GARDNER, aged 74 years, 8 months and 8 days.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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Sacramento Daily Bee

Wednesday Evening September 15, 1858 

 

DEATHS

In San Francisco, Sept. 13th, Margaret, daughter of Windsor SMITH and Mary GALLAGHER, aged 6 months and 1 day.

In San Francisco, September 11th, Michael B. MEHAGAN, a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 33 years.

At Volcanoville, El Dorado county, September 11th, Edith, infant daughter of Francis and Clara GARESCHE, aged 12 days.

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 

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Daily Bee, Sacramento

Saturday Evening November 6, 1858 

DEATHS

In San Francisco, Nov. 5th, John DONOHOE, aged 35 years, a native of the county Cork, Ireland.

In San Francisco, Nov. 5th, Henry AUSTIN, a native of Albany, N.Y., aged 40 yrs and 11 months.

In San Francisco, Nov. 4th, Samuel, twin child of Wm. B. and Augusta S SMITH, age 1 yr 4 mos.

In Antelope township, Tehama co., Oct. 29th, Nancy E., inf. daughter of W.L. & Catharine R. BRADLEY, aged 1 yr & 9 days.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com
 
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Sacramento Bee 
Tuesday Evening Nov 9, 1858
 
In San Francisco, Nov. 8th, Eleanor J., wife of Willian H,. SETH, aged 28 years.
In San Francisco, Nov. 6th, Elizabeth Kiella, wife of Edward N. BARRY, aged 36 years.
At San Jose, Nov. 7th, Antonio PICO, son of A. M*. PICO, of San Jose, aged 15 years.
At San Bernardino, Sept 25th, Mrs. Margaret W. SAUNDERS, wife of C.G. Saunders, in the 46th years of her age.
At Sonora, Nov. 2d, Joel ALLEN, aged 36 years, a native of Saratoga county, New York.
At Buckeye Rancho, Yuba county, Oct. 26th, Eliza, wife of C.S. LYTLE, aged 53 years.

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

 

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Sacramento Daily Bee

Monday Evening January 3, 1859

 

                    DEATHS

  In Sacramento, Jan 2d, Bradley C. NEWCONB, aged 29 years.

  In Sacramento, Jan. 2d, Charles Alexander, son of L. and Margaret FARMER, aged 9 years 6 ½ months.

  In Grass Valley, of consumption, Dec. 31st, Frederick W., son of Mrs. F.W. THAYER, of this city, aged 5 ½ years.

  At Burlington, Vt., Nov. 14th, after an illness of three days, Noble LOVELY, aged 62 years, only brother of Horace Lovely, of    this city. He was one of the oldest merchants in Vermont.

  At Red Bluff, Tehama county, Dec. 25th, the infant son of Barnet and Calphurnia NEEL, aged 9 days.

  At Purissimo, San Mateo county, Dec. 19th, Fanny P. BURZEL, aged 28 years.

  At Nevada, Dec. 27th, M. KOHLMAN, wife of Jacob Kohlman, aged 24 years.

  At Fiddletown, Amador county, Dec. 29th, John B. CRAIG, aged 51 years.

  At Placerville, Dec. 26th, Charles E. PARKER, aged 2 years and 8 months.

  In San Francisco, Dec. 31st., K. Wm. JOHNSON, aged 37 years.

  At Stokcton, Dec. 29th, Bridget HATHORN, of Philadelphia.

  At San Jose, Dec. 24th, Ellen MURPHY, aged 12 years.

  At San Jose, Dec. 27th, Edward BUTLER, aged 25 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

 

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Sacramento Daily Bee                                                     

Thursday Evening, January 6, 1859

 

                    DEATHS

  In this city, Jan. 5th, William THOMPSON, a native of England, a member of the theatrical profession, aged about 40 years.

  At Stockton, Jan. 4th, Clarence Clinton, son of G.C. and Mary A. RYNERSON, aged 3 years and 4 days.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

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Sacramento Daily Union

Thursday January 6, 1859

 

DIED

In San Francisco, Jan 5th, William THOMPSON, a native of England, a member of the theatrical profession, aged abt 40 years.

In San Francisco, Jan. 1st, Joseph P. LADD, accidentally shot, aged 15 years.

In Stockton, Jan. 4th, Clarence Clinton, son of G. C. and Mary A. RYERSON, aged 8 years and 4 days.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

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Sacramento Daily Union

Saturday January 29, 1859

 

                    DIED

  In Sacramento, Jan. 26th, Timothy CALLAGHAN, a native of Ireland, aged 25 years.

  In Sacramento, Jan. 28th, Ah GAN, a native of China, aged 80 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

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Sacramento Daily Bee

Tuesday Evening, February 15, 1859           

 

DEATHS

   In San Francisco, February 14th, William Henry McRUER, son of Dr. McRuer, of Bangor, Maine, aged 24 years.

  At North San Juan, Nevada county, February 5th, Wm. THOMAS, aged 18 years, formerly of Pottsville, PA.

  At Honolulu, December 25th, Leatherman SIMPSON, late a passenger per Glimpse from California. He has resided in New York and Philadelphia.

  At Honolulu, December 29th, Mary H., daughter of Alvah K. CLARK, aged 5 mos and 17 days.

  On board the steamer Golden Age, February 8th, of consumption, Daniel REED, aged 52 years, from Cheshire Co., N.H.

                                        

Coroner’s Inquest on Durie - Man Drowned

                                         San Francisco, Feb 15 - 1 ½ P.M.

  At the Coroner’s inquest last night, on DURIE, the daughter, Elizabeth FAUZER, corroborated what has already been stated, and pretty clearly establishes her father’s guilt.

  Mr.(sic) Fauzer was called, but her testimony was objected to, as it would criminate her husband.

  The inquest was then adjourned to Wednesday evening. The funeral of Durie takes place to-day, at 2 o’clock, from the engine house No. 5.

  It is certain that one man was lost from the steamer Uncle Sam; but his name is not given.

  The steamer Northerner arrived this morning with three days’ later dates, but no news.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

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The Daily Bee

Sacramento, Thursday Evening

March 3, 1859 

 

DEATHS

At Indian Diggings, El Dorado county, February 25th, Mrs. H.P. BRADLEY, aged 34 years.

At Napa City, February 12th, Frances, wife of John HANNAH, formerly of Casey county, Ky., aged 46 years and 9 months.

Near Napa City, February 23d, Mary Jane, daughter of Charles H. and Caroline A. ALLEN, aged 3 years and 10 months. 

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

 

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Sacramento Daily Bee

Wednesday Evening, June 29, 1859

 

                    DEATHS

  In San Francisco, June 28th, Frederique de LAURENCEL, son of Henry de Laurencel, aged 10 months.

  In San Francisco, June 26th, Theophilas S. NASH, formerly of Boston, Mass., aged 40 years.

  In San Francisco, June 27th, Caroline, youngest daughter of George and Julia FROTHINGHAM, aged 21 months.

  At Grass Valley, Nevada county, June 18th, Theodore H. WEST, aged 28 years, formerly of Elmira, N.Y.

  At Mount George Mill, Nevada county, June 23d, Ed. PULLEN, aged 6 years.

  At Grass Valley, June 19th, Stephen SNYDER, aged 22 years, formerly of Wayne county, N.Y.

  At San Bernardino, June 14th, James PERRY, aged 42 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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The Daily Bee

Sacramento Monday Evening November 21, 1859

DEATHS

In this city, November 12, of bilious fever, Marcus H. LAMPHIER, late of Albion, Michigan, aged 35 years.

In this city, November 14th, Benjamin GURTSON, aged 45 years, a native of Germany.

In this city, November 15th, William HAYCOCK, aged 57 years, a native of England.

In this city, November 16th, Ira H. KEENE, aged 23 years, a native of Maine.

In this city, November 17th, Caroline ODELL, aged 1 ½ months.

In this city, November 17th, infant daughter of J.A. Mc LOY.

In this city, November 18th, John K. WHITE, aged 1 years and 3 months.

Near Knight’s Landing, Yolo county, November 16th, by drowning, Samuel DETER, aged 39 yrs.

In the vicinity of Knight’s Landing, Yolo county, November 13th, Isabella H., daughter of A.J. DOWNS, aged about 9 years.

On Dry Creek, San Joaquin county, November 7th, William M., son of Hugh MASTERSON, aged 6 years.

On Dry Creek, San Joaquin county, November 14th, Hugh, son of Hugh MASTERSON, aged 8 years.

At Jackson, Amador county, November 16th, Willie M., son of James DUNN, aged 3 years and 8 months. 

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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Sacramento Daily Bee

Wednesday Evening November 23, 1859 

DEATHS

In San Francisco, November 21st, Mary Jane, daughter of Aitken MONTGOMERY, aged 4 years and 6 months.

In San Francisco, November 21st, John William, son of John COONEY, aged 2 years and 10 mos.

At Quincy, Plumas county, November 1st, Susannah, L. wife of W.N. DeHAVEN.

At Sonora, November 16th, the wife of Henry BROOKS, aged about 30 years.

At Grass Valley, November 14th, Lina, aged 1 year, 11 months and 14 days; also, November 14th, Harley, aged 7 years and 16 days; children of John and Amelia B. PARKER.

At Marysville, November 21st, Nellie Maude, daughter of John L. EATON, aged 5 mos 14 d.

At Marysville, November 21st, James BARR, aged 57 years.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

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