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Sacramento Union

Friday, September 23, 1910

 

               DIED

ORZALLI - In Nevada City, Nevada county, September 20, 1910, Catherine Orzalli, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Orzalli, aged 2 months and 3 days.

MEYERS - In Truckee, Nevada county, September 20, 1910, Herman Meyers, native of Germany , aged 66 years.

SCOTT - In Marysville, Yuba county, September 21, 1910, Walter Wesley Scott, native of California, aged 17 years.    

ROGERS - In Stirling City, Butte county, September  21, 1910, Ben Rogers, native of California, aged 44 years.

SHEDD - In Davis Creek, Modoc county, September 20, 1910, the 3 year old child of Sheldon Shedd.

CRAVEN - In Stirling City, Butte county, September 22, 1910, Mrs. E.T. Craven, a native of Oklahoma, aged 55 years.

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Sacramento Union

Friday, September 30, 1910

 

               DIED

WHEELER - Near Quincy (Plumas Co.), September 26, 1910, Mark C. Wheeler, a native of New York, aged 90 years.

McMULLEN - At Bartle (Siskiyou Co.), September 21, 1910, Robert McMullen, aged 60 years.

SILVILS - Near Marysville (Yuba Co.), September 28, 1910, James Sivils, a native of California, aged 51 years.

MYERS - In Lincoln (Placer Co.), September 29, 1910, D. Marvin Myers, a native of California, aged 21 years.

ATWOOD - At Hobart Mills (Nevada Co.), September 27, 1910, Frank H. Atwood, a native of California, aged 24 years.

KEIMES - At Truckee (Nevada Co.), September 27, 1910, Joseph Keimes, a native of California, aged 28 years.

SCHOOLING - Near Colusa (Colusa CO.), September 28, 1910, Leonard C. Schooling, a native of California, aged 36 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Monday, October 3, 1910

 

               DIED

COPPOCK - IN Oysterville (Wash.), September 24, 1910, Mrs. Eva Coppock, formerly resident of Bangor, Butte county, native of Ohio, aged 72 years.

SULLENGER - In San Francisco, October 1, 1910, John Sullenger, resident of Marysville, native of Missouri, aged 47 years, 11 months and 18 days.

BROWN - At Lewiston (Trinity Co.), September 29, 1910, Fleming Brown, native of Lewiston, aged 3 years.

SWINKERT - In Calistoga (Napa Co.), September 29, 1910, Mrs. Charles Swinkert, formerly of Oroville.

KNIGHT - At Weaverville (Trinity Co._), September 25, William L. Knight, a native of Missouri, aged 62 years.

BUTTS - In Weaverville (Trinity Co.), September 26, Joshua Butts, aged 81 years.

RUSSELL - In Minersville (Trinity Co.), September 25, James Russell, a native of Rhode Island, aged 45 years.

KYLE - IN Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), September 30, 1910, Alexander Sims Kyle, a native of Dubuque, Ia., aged 53 years.

SCHLICHT - In Yreka (Siskiyou Co.), September 30, 1910, Mrs. Meta Magdaline Schlicht, aged 71 years, 7 months and 6 days.

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Sacramento Bee

Tuesday, October 4, 1910

              

               DIED

PHELAN - Near Nevada City (Nevada Co.), October 2, 1910, Mrs. Julia Phelan, mother of Thomas Phelan and K.J. Phelan of Shady Creek, Mrs. Ralph MAITLAND of Elk Grove, Mrs. W.R. WILBURN and Mrs. J.R. BERNARD of Nevada City, and Miss Nellie Phelan of Shady Creek; a native of Ireland, aged 75 years.

WHITMORE - In Redding (Shasta Co.), October 3, 1910, John Whitmore of Whitmore, father of Charles Whitmore, Mrs. C.O. SMITH and Miss Marcia Whitmore; a native of Maine, aged 62 years. Funeral at Whitmore Wednesday.

BUTLER - In Yreka (Siskiyou Co.), October 3, 1910, George D. Butler, father of Clifford E., Ben and Stanley Butler and Mrs. WEBSTER of Selma; aged 58 years. Funeral Thursday.

HUNTLEY - In Oroville (Butte Co.), October 4, 1910, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Huntley.

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Sacramento Union

Sunday, May 28, 1911

   

               DIED

KELLEY - At Kelsey (El Dorado Co.), May 21, 1911, Patrick Kelley, father of James, William and Margaret Kelley, of Slatington, a native of Ireland, aged 88 years.

EARLY - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), May 26, 1911, Timothy Edward Early, a native of California, aged 37 years.

RICHARDSON - In Chico (Butte Co.), May 26, 1911, William Elmer Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Richardson, and brother of Mrs. Otis WALKER of Chico, a native of California, aged 17 years.

WATENPAUGH - In Redding (Shasta Co.), May 26, 1911, Dr. A.W. Watenpaugh of Weaverville, husband of Mrs. Willie Jeanette Watenpaugh, a native of Iowa, aged 35 years.

ALEXANDER - In Nevada City (Nevada Co.), May 26, 1911, Horation Preston Alexander, a native of California, aged 49 years.

SMALL - At Tehama (Tehama Co.), May 27, 1911, Will Small, a native of California, aged 38 years.

KIDD - In Vacaville (Solano Co.), May 27, 1911, Mrs. Fannie KIDD, wife of Joseph Kidd, a native of California, aged 35 years.

MARCOVICH - Near Jackson (Amador Co.), May 25, 1911, Marco Marcovich, a native of Austria, aged 30 years.

RANLETT - At Newton copper mine (Amador Co.), May 25, 1911, Horace D. Ranlett, a native of Massachusetts, aged 69 years, 1 month.

PECK - In Volcano (Amador Co.), May 21, 1911, Palmer N. Peck, a native of New York, aged 79 years, 3 months.

GLENN - At Glenn Station (Amador Co.), May 21, 1911, William H. Glenn, a native of Missouri, aged 73 years.

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Sacramento Union

Friday, July 21, 1911

 

 

               DIED

SILVA - Near this city, July 19, 1911, Joseph, husband of the late Mary Nevis Silva, father of Frank and Joseph Silva, brother of Manuel D. Silva, a native of Azores Islands, aged 57 years, 2 months and 25 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Saturday), at 8:30 a.m., from the funeral parlors of Ryan & Cippa, 1017-19 Fourth street, thence to St. Stephen’s church, where requiem mass will be offered up for the repose of his soul. Interment St. Joseph cemetery.

ALAMEDA - Entered into rest in Stockton, July 20, 1911, Antone, beloved son of Michel and Mollie Alameda, brother of George Alameda, Mrs. T. DARKS and Mrs. Catherine SKULLY, a native of New Bedford, Mass., aged 33 years 6 months 2 days.

  Notice of funeral hereafter.

KUEHNE - Entered into rest in this city July 20, 1911, Emilie Kuehne, wife of the late Frederick Kuehne, mother of Charles F. Kuehne, Mrs. W.A. GREEN and Freda M. WHYTE, a native of Germany, aged 72 years.

  Remains at the chapel of Garlick & Pillsbury, 1214 K street.

  Notice of funeral hereafter.

 

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Sacramento Union

Thursday, July 27, 1911

 

               DIED

SNEED - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), July 25, 1911, Mrs. Elizabeth Sneed, mother of Eugene Sneed and Mrs. J.M. DOYLE of Colusa, a native of California, aged 52 years.

VON KRUSZE - In Shasta (Shasta Co.), July 23, 1911, Sybil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Von Krusze, aged 3 years, 10 months and 23 days.

CARMELLO - In Reno, Nevada, July 21, 1911, Joseph Carmello, a native of Italy, aged 45 years.

VALENZUELA - In San Francisco, July 23, 1911, Frank Valenzuela, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Valenzuela of Marysville, brother of Mrs. PARA of Seattle, and Miss Stella Valenzuela, a native of California, aged 26 years.

MARKLEY - In Greenville, South Carolina, July 23, 1911, John Markley, formerly of Sutter county, a native of South Carolina, aged 67 years.

COLLINS - Near Marysville (Yuba Co.), July 23, 1911, Daniel Collins, a native of Ireland, aged 35 years.

McARDLE - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), July 25, 1911, Henry McArdle, a native of California, aged 57 years.

GRECO - Near Vacaville (Solano Co.), July 24, 1911, Mrs. Gabriella Greco, a native of Italy, aged 72 years.

COLE - In Lodi (San Joaquin Co.), July 21, 1911, Mrs. Ruth E. Cole, wife of W.C. Cole, mother of F.M.Cole, of Calistoga, Mrs. L. McDOWELL and Mrs. W.M. CONNOR of San Francisco, A.J. Cole of Napa, J.A. Cole of Riverside, Mrs. J.R. MITCHELL, Clark Cole and Walter Cole of Lodi and William Cole of Stockton, a native of Tennessee, aged 75 years, 9 months and 16 days.

BRADFORD - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), July 25, 1911, George Bradford, a native of Maine, aged 77 years.

WILLIAMSON - In French Gulch (Shasta Co.), July 25, 1911, Chauncey P. Williamson, son of W.T. Williamson, brother of Mrs. A.W. HITNEY, Mrs .Louisa DRATCH and Miss Nellie Williamson, a native of California, aged 29 years.

MORFOT - Near Woodland (Yolo Co.), July 25, 1911, Frederick W. Morfot, husband of Mrs. F. Morfot, father of Mrs. C.A. AINSWORTH of Des Moines, Iowa, Odessa and C.A. Morfot of Woodland, a native if Illinois, aged 72 years, 2 months and 5 days.

FLEWELLEN - In Nevada City (Nevada Co.), July 25, 1911, James Flewellen, husband of Mrs. J. Flewellen, father of Mrs. D.J. COUGHLIN, Mrs. J.M. FOLEY, Miss Elizabeth Flewellen of Nevada City and William J. Flewellen of South Africa, a native of South Africa, aged 75 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday September 12, 1911

 

               DIED

DOUGLAS  - At Merrimac (Butte Co.), September 9, 1911, John Nelson Douglas, survived by wife, two sons and three daughters, aged 72 years.

TRETHEWAY - In Redding (Shasta Co.), September 9, 1911, John Thomas Tretheway, a native of England, aged 50 years.

MAHONEY - Near Marysville (Yuba Co.), September 10, 1911, Thomas Mahoney, stepfather of J.J. and W.L. NORTON of Linda township, Yuba county, and Mrs Kate SORENSON of Vallejo, a native of Ireland, aged 85 years.

CRATER - In Fairfield (Solano Co.), September 10, 1911, Richard Carter, a native of New York, aged 79 years 7 months.

ROSE - In Tudor (Sutter Co.), September 11, 1911, Benjamin Franklin Rose, son of Mrs. E.J. HUBBS, brother of Mrs. H.T. CARPENTER of Arizona, Mrs. E. BAILEY and Miss Mollie Hubbs of Yuba City, a native of California, aged 50 years.

WRIGHT - Near Clinton (Lassen Co.), September 5, 1911, George Loyal Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Wright, aged 1 year.

HAMLIN - At Coloma (El Dorado Co.), September 9, 1911, Sylvester Hamlin, a native of New Hampshire, aged 71 years.

McLAUREN - Near Nevada City (Nevada Co.), September 9, 1911, Daniel McLauren, aged 63 years.

WOODRUFF - In Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), September 11, 1911, Mrs. Minnie Woodruff, mother of two sons and one daughter, a native of California aged 34 years.

 

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Sacramento Bee 
Thursday Evening September 11, 1911

 

NOLAN - Near Oroville, butte County, September 20, 1911, George W. Nolan, aged 77 years.
 
DAROUX - In Marysville, Yuba County, September 20, 1911.  Belphon Peter Daroux, a native 
of France, aged 88 years.
 
VITZTHUM - In Douglas City, Trinity County, September 20, 1911, George Vitzthum, aged 92.
 
JAENSCH - In Napa, September 20, 1911, Mrs. Helen Jaensch, wife of  William Jaensch; a 
native of Germany, 59 years 10 months of age.
 
NILE - In Grass Valley, Nevada County, September 20, 1911, James Henry Nile, native 
of Rangeley, Me., aged 68 years. Funeral at Fernley Friday.
 

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Sacramento Union

Monday, November 27, 1911

 

DIED

HERBERT - Near Elk Grove (Sacramento Co.), November 23, Lewis Herbert, a native of England, aged 80 years.

WILSON - In Oakland, Loring WILSON of Grimes, Colusa county, a native of California, a son of Mrs. C.P. Wilson of Grimes.

ADAMS - In Auburn (Placer Co.), November 24, George Adams of Yankee Jims, a native of Massachusetts, aged 83 years.

GREER - In Buckeye (Shasta Co.), November 23, John N. Greer, aged 71 years, a native of Missouri, father of Mrs. E.F. BROOKINS and Thomas Greer, both of Buckeye.

KING - In Colusa (Colusa Co.), November 23, Daniel King, aged 57 years, a native of Ohio.

ARCHAMBAUX - In Maxwell (Colusa Co.), November 21, Mrs. L. Archambaux, aged 81 years. Deceased is survived by a son and daughter and several grandchildren.

FITZ-HENRY - In Redding (Shasta Co.), November 22, Mrs. Anna BEALL Fitz-Henry, aged 85, a native of Illinois. Deceased is survived by five children - Mrs. A.L. STUCK, Ukiah; Mrs. Charles BOYD, Redding; Charles Fitz-Henry, Boise; Fritz Fits-Henry, Kennett, and Mrs. William BOYD of Sacramento.

TATE - Near Sites (Colusa Co.), November 25, Edward Tate, aged 36, a native of California.

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday, December 5, 1911

 

               DIED

DAUGHERTY - In Chico (Butte Co.), December 2, 1911, Jesse L. Daugherty, a native of Illinois, aged 47 years, 10 months and 17 days.

YOUNG - At Burney (Shasta Co.), November 26, 1911, Florence Ivan Young, aged 10 years, 9  months and 12 days.

TURCINOVICH - Near Jackson (Amador Co.), November 25, 1911, George Turcinovich, a native of Austria, aged 76 years and 6 months.

COCHRAN - In Oroville (Butte Co.), December 3, 1911, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran, aged 11 months.

KNOLL - In Downieville (Sierra Co.), November 26, 1911, Bernard Knoll, a native of Germany, aged 74 years.

GARRISON - In Los Molinos (Tehama Co.), December 2 ,1911, Mrs. L.F. Garrison, survived by husband and son, a native of Kentucky, aged 45 years.

TAM - In Nevada City (Nevada Co.), December 4, 1911, Antone Tam, survived by wife, a native of Italy, aged 70 years.

 

 

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Sacramento Union

Friday, December 22, 1911

DIED

CAVITT - Near Roseville (Placer Co.), December 20, 1911, J.H. Cavitt, a native of Missouri, aged 74 years 1 month and 22 days.

BEEM - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), December 20, 1911, Mrs. Katherine H. Beem, wife of W.V. Beem, mother of two sons and a daughter, a native of Ireland, aged 45 years.

LEWIS - In Comptonville (Yuba Co.), December 19, 1911, Frank Lewis, husband of Mrs. F. Lewis, a native of England, aged 68 years.

LE DUC - In Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), December 20, 1911, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Le Du, aged 6 months.

MURRAY - Near Yreka (Siskiyou Co.), December 15, 1911, Caswell Lewis Murray, husband of Mrs. C.L. Murray, father of Mrs. J.J. O’LEARY of Healdsburg, Mrs. BURTON of Scott Valley, Mrs. Bert TAYLOR and Mrs. Sadie STEARNS of Fort Jones, a native of Missouri, aged 75 years and 1 day.

 

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Sacramento Union

Sunday, December 31, 1911

              

               DIED

HALL - In Oroville (Butte Co.), December 28, 1911, Fred. A. Hall, husband of Mrs. Mary Morgan Hall, son of J.R. Hall, a native of California, aged 33 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Wednesday, January 10, 1912

 

               DIED

CARNEY - In Wheatland (Yuba Co.), January 8, 1912, William Carney, husband of Mrs. Mary Carney, father of William, Joseph, Fred, Cleveland, Stephen, Sara and Elizabeth Carney, a native of Ireland, aged 68 years.

COLE - In Thermalito (Butte Co.), January 8, 1912, John C. COLE, father of William, Charles, Samuel, Robert, Frank, John, Thomas, Eva and Sarah COLE, a native of Illinois, aged 58 years.

JORDAN - In Willows (Glenn Co.), January 6, 1912, John Jacob HASSIG, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hassig, aged 20 days.

MINER - In Dunsmuir (Siskiyou Co.), December 29, 1911, Mrs. Maud Beem Miner, wife of Clement L. Miner, a native of California, aged 17 years 9 months and 21 days.

STRAIN - In December (Siskiyou Co.), January 8, 1912, Mrs. Mary Strain, mother of Charles M. DUGAN and Mrs. Jennie TOLMAN, aged 75 years.

ANDERSON - In Newcastle (Placer Co.), January 7, 1912, Frans Otto Anderson, a native of Sweden, aged 66 years.

WILLIAME - In Oroville (Butte Co.), January 8, 1912, Mrs. Margaret Williams, mother of David and Thomas L .Williams of Oroville and Daniel Williams of Cherokee and Mrs. Lucius CANNON of Congress, Ariz., a native of Wales, aged 86 years.

SHANHAL - In Arbuckle (Colusa Co.), January 6, 1912, Argyle Shanhal, brother of Milton Shanhal, a native of California, aged 28 years.

JORDAN - In Redding (Shasta Co.), January 8, 1912, Irby H. Jordan, husband of Mrs. Winifred Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irby H. JORDAN, brother of Mrs. James MONTGOMERY, Robert, William and James Jordan, a native of California, aged 25 years.

RONDONI - In Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), January 8, 1912, Antone Rondoni, a native of Italy, aged 45 years.

 

 

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Sacramento Union

Saturday, January 20, 1912

 

          DIED

TRELEAVEN - In Nevada City (Nevada Co.), January 18, 1912, Charles Theleaven, a native of England, aged 84 years.

WOLCOTT - In Roseville (Placer Co.), January 15, 1912, Stephen Ernest Wolcott, a native of Washington, aged 32 years 11 months and 3 days.

GRAEBER- Near Loomis (Placer Co.), Mrs. Anna Graeber, native of Pennsylvania, aged 75 yrs.

BANKHEAD - Near Loomis (Placer Co.), January 14, 1912, William Bankhead, a native of Scotland, aged 86 years 1 month and 2 days.

ONKEN - In Oroville (Butte CO.), January 16, 1912, Mrs. Addie Jane Onken, wife of William Onken of La Porte (Plumas Co.), mother of three children, a native of California, aged 36 years.

TUFTS - In Thermalito (Butte Co.), January 14, 1912, Mrs. Matilda Tufts, formerly of North San Juan, Nevada Co.), aged 94 years 3 months and 3 days.

DYKES - At Elk Creek (Glenn Co.), January 17, 1912, Walter Dykes, survived by widow and one daughter, aged 45 years.

SHAW - In Yreka (Siskiyou Co.), Jan. 9, 1912, Luke Shaw, a native of England, aged 84 years.

GAEMLICH - In Yreka (Siskiyou Co.), January 15, 1912, Charles E. Gaemlich, a native of Germany, aged 87 years 4 months and 19 days.

McINNIS - In Reno (Nev.), Mrs. Jessie J. McInnis, mother of William H., Samuel J., Colben B., Lisle A. and John McInnis, a native of California, aged 55 years 7 months and 21 days.

ALT - In Glendale (Nev.), January 16, 1912, Mrs. Susan Alt, mother of Sarah and James Alt, a native of Ireland, aged 74 years 5 months and 14 days.

 

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Sacramento Union

Thursday, February 8, 1912            

 

               DIED

YOUNG - In this city, February 6, 1912, John D. Young, husband of Mary S. Young, father of George H. Young, Mrs. C.W. POOLE and the late William H. Young, grandfather of Mabel and Helen Poole, Ruth and Carrie Young, a native of New York, aged 71 years, 21 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. from the home of Clark & Booth Co., 917-923 H street.

  Interment I.O.O.F. Lawn cemetery.

BROWN - In this city, February 6, 1912, Charles Crandall Brown, husband of the late Nettie A. Brown, father of Arthur E., H. Ernest and C. Elmer Brown, brother of Albert E., Phillip D. and W.E. Brown and Mrs. Effie BARNES of Rocklin, a native of Cool, El Dorado county, Cal., aged 55 years 6 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this afternoon at 2 o’clock from mortuary parlors of W.F. GORMLEY, 720 H street, where funeral services will be held under the auspices of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.

  Interment City cemetery.

  Officers and members of Rising Star lodge No. 8 meet at your hall tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o’clock for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, Charles Brown.

                              Anna BARRETT, N.G.

                               Margaret CARTER, Sec.

GOSTICK - In this city, February 7, 1912, Ora Christine, beloved daughter of Clarence E. and Lucy Gostick, granddaughter of Mrs. J.A. ANDERSON and Mrs. Z. GOSTICK, a native of Sacramento, Cal., aged 2 years 9 months 9 days.

  Funeral private.

KENEALY - In this city, February 6, 1912, William J. Kenealy, son of the late John and Julia Kenealy, brother of Mrs. J.A. HALLANAN, Jeremiah and the late James H. Kenealy, nephew of James and Celia Kenealy, cousin of Albert, James A., Gertrude and Jack Kenealy, a native of San Francisco, aged 31 years 11 months 17 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. form the residence of his uncle, 2923 O street, thence to the Cathedral, where funeral services will be held.

  Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery.

  Notice - The officers and members of Sacramento Council, No. 953 Knights of Columbus, are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, William J. Kenealy. Meet at 2923 O street, Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock.

               Dr. F.E. SHAW, G.K.

 

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday, April 9, 1912

 

               DIED

BORRETTE - In Susanville (Lassen Co.), March 30, 1912, H.S. Borrette, brother of Valentine Borrette, father of Mrs. Louise BANGHAM, a native of England, aged 100 years and 9 days.

MITCHELL - Near Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), April 6, 1912, Martin Mitchell, father of Mrs. James BRANEGAN, a native of Ireland, aged 86 years.

ARNOLD - In Sierra City (Sierra Co.), April 3, 1912, Herbert Bissell Arnold, aged 55 years.

GARRETT - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), April 7, 1912, James Riley Garrett, husband of Mrs. Mary B. Garrett, a native of New York, aged 74 years.

LORETTA - In Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), April 4, 1912, Sister Mary Loretta, a native of California, aged 40 years.

ALTIERI - Near Vacaville (Solano Co.), April 3, 1912, Vincent Z. Altieri, a native of Italy, aged 82 years.

DUNLAP - At Scotts Flat (Nevada Co.), April 3, 1912, Earl Dunlap, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dunlap, aged 9 years.

HARTWELL - In Quincy (Plumas Co.), April 3, 1912, Mildred Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Hartwell, aged 8 months and 20 days.

BARNES - In Greenville (Plumas Co.), March 20, 1912, Mrs. Barnes, grandmother of Mrs. CIRBY and Mrs. S.P. JACKS, aged 96 years.

McLAUGHLIN - At Napa (Napa Co.), March 27, 1912, John McLaughlin of Ager, Siskiyou county, survived by wife, four daughters and two sons, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 82 years 8 months and 16 days.

BALES - In Cottonwood (Shasta Co.), April 3, 1912, Mrs. Alia Ball Bales, wife of Charles H. Bales, mother of one daughter, a native of California, aged 43 years.

ERNST - In Oroville (Butte Co.), April 3, 1912, Mrs. Elizabeth Ernst of Portola, aged 48 years.

COX - In Chico (Butte Co.), April 5, 1912, Mrs. Jeanette Cox, wife of Barney Cox, mother of Mrs. Grace DAVIS, a native of Scotland, aged 62 years.

THOMAS - Near Princeton (Colusa Co.), March 28, 1912, Elma May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Thomas, aged 3 months.

O’NEIL - In Amador (Plumas Co.), April 2, 1912, Idalie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney O’neil, aged 11 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Sunday, December 17, 1911

 

               DIED

ROBERTS - In Woodland (Yolo Co.), December 14, 1911, Mrs. Louisa A. Roberts, mother of William. Edmond R. and Edgar P. Roberts, a native of Missouri, aged 73 years 3 months and 22 days.

HOWARD - In Redding (Shasta Co.), December 13, 1911, Mrs. Annie Howard, a native of Missouri, aged 56 years.

MARSH - In Nevada City (Nevada Co.), December 15, 1911, Martin Luther Marsh, father of Sherman L. Marsh, and Mrs. Ben PRESTON, a native of Missouri, aged 80 years.

PHILLIPS - At Whitmore (Shasta Co.), December 13, 1911, Mrs. Miranda Phillips, aged 88 years.

LILLARD - At Plainfield (Yolo Co.), December 15, 1911, John Lillard, father of William, Samuel and James Lillard of Davis, a native of Kentucky, aged 78 years.

WAKEFIELD - In Chico (Butte Co.), December 13, 1911, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Wakefield, aged - months.

 

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Sacramento Union

Saturday December 23, 1911

              

DIED

MARTY - The Monument, Yolo county, December 20, 1911, Bernardin Marty, father of Antone, Ben, Joseph, Martin MARTY of Sacramento, Frank Marty of Germany, and Mrs. Peter MEISTER of Switzerland, aged 82 years 2 months and 5 days.

  Friends are welcome at the home of Harry A. Nauman, 1811 G street.

  Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Saturday) from St. Francis Church, corner Twenty-sixth and K streets, where a solemn requiem high mass will be offered up for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 a.m.

  Interment at St. Joseph cemetery.

MORTON - In Elk Creek, Cal., December 21, 1911, Edmund G. Morton, husband of Adeleline D. Morton, father of James A., Etta and Mollie E.G. Morton, Mrs. Addie M. TUTTLE, Mrs. B.F. HOWARD and Mrs. A.H. TICKELL, a native of New Hampshire, aged 88 years 4 months and 27 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Saturday) at 2:30 p.m. from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. B.F. Howard, 1223 Twenty-seventh street.

  Interment city cemetery.

WEISMANN - In this city, December 22, 1911, Frank M. Weismann, husband of Katie A. Weismann, father of Mrs. Marie W. BIGGI, Mrs. Dora F. SKINNER, Frank J. and Katie E. Weismann, a native of Germany, aged 65 years 5 months and 24 days.

  Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. from his late residence, 1616 Twenty-fourth street.

  Interment city cemetery.

HAINES - In Oak Park, December 12, 1911, George W., beloved husband of Emily Haines, father of Alta and Charles E. Haines; a native of Canada, aged 77 years 6 months and 18 days.

  Friends are welcome at the residence parlors of Fenton Bath company, 1287 I street.

  The remains will be taken from the resident parlors of Fenton Bath Co,1237 I street, Sunday at 7 a.m. to Dixon for interment.

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday December 26, 1911

 

               DIED

VAN CLEAVE - At Lowden ranch (Trinity Co.), December 19, 1911, Joseph A. Van Cleave, a native of Iowa, aged 52 years.

ALLISON - Near Lodi (San Joaquin Co.), December 24, 1911, Mrs. D.C. Allison, mother of Ed, Arthur and Sydney Allison and Mrs. F.B. Whyers, a native of Connecticut, aged 70 years.

MEEK - Near Gazelle (Siskiyou Co.), December 20, 1911, Miss Ruth Meek, a native of California, aged 20 years.

TROUTNER - Near Lodi (San Joaquin Co.), December 23, 1911, Mrs. Minery C. Troutner, wife of John Troutner, mother of Mrs .E. V. STINEMAN of Lemon Cove, Mrs. R.W. MEYERS of Los Angeles, Mrz. R.P. KEEBLE and Mrs. W.A. GARDNER of San Jose, F.W Troutner of Modesto and W.R. Troutner of Lodi, a native of Ohio, aged 57 years.

BENNETT - In Carrville (Trinity Co.), December 18, 1911, William Tecumseh Bennett, a native of Iowa, aged 44 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday, January 2, 1912                                

 

               DIED

CRADDOCK - In Redding (Shasta Co.), January 1, 1912, Mrs. Charles A. Craddock, mother of Warren, Allen and John Craddock, a native of New York, aged 42 years.

EGGERT - In Colusa (Colusa Co.), December 26, 1911, Henry Eggert, a naive of Germany, aged 72 years.

POTTINGER - In Oroville (Butte Co.), December 31, 1911, Mrs. Clare Pottinger of Gridley, aged 29 years.

WELCH - In Los Gatos (Santa Clara Co.), December 27, 1911, Robert F. Welch, formerly of Williams (Colusa Co.), a native of Kentucky, aged 71 years and 9 months.

BRENNAN - In Marysville (Yuba Co.), December 30, 1911, Joseph Brennan, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 34 years.

BROWN - In Redding (Shasta Co.), December 30, 1911, Elton Quincy Brown of Kennett, a native of California, aged 40 years.

GAGLIARDO - In Sutter Creek (Amador Co.), December 31, 1911, Andrew Gagliardo, son of Mrs. A. Gagliardo, brother of Mrs. Fred RABB, Louis and Clara Gagliardo, a native of California, aged 31 years.

NORTON - In Sutter Creek (Amador Co.), December 29, 1911, Mrs. Mary A. Norton, a native of Canada, aged 76 years.

KNIGHT - In Red Bluff (Tehama Co.), December 30, 1911, Mrs. John S. Knight, mother of Mrs. John FLACK, Mrs. Simon BERINGEN and Mrs. P. THOMPSON, a native of Missouri, aged 79 years 11 months and 27 days.

 

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Sacramento Union

Tuesday, January 30, 1912

 

               DIED

LONGLEY - In Thermalito (Butte Co.), January 27, 1912, Alexander Preston Longley, a native of Tennessee, aged 88 years.

TEJEDA - In Oroville (Butte Co.), January 28, 1912, Amyl Tejeda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Tejeda, aged 11 years.

OPPERMAN - In Esparto (Yolo Co.), January 28, 1912, Frank Opperman, a native of California, aged 24 years.

CASSASSA - Near Clinton (Amador Co.), January 26, 1912, Mrs. John Cassassa, a native of Italy, aged 65 years.

PRYDE - Near Briggs (Butte Co.), January 21, 1912, William Pryde, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Pryde, aged 2 years and 6 months.

 

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Sacramento Bee

Monday May 5, 1913 

DIED

DYE - In St. Helena, Napa County, May 4, 1913, Mrs. Lizzie Dye, widow of the late Sperry Dye, mother of Sperry W., Corodon and Miloe E. Dye, and Mrs. Arthur BROWN of Walnut Grove, Sacramento County, formerly a resident of Walnut Grove, aged 63 years. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. from her late residence at Walnut Grove.

BAILEY - Near Fort Jones, Siskiyou County, April 30,1913, William E. Bailey, a native of Siskiyou County, aged 40 years.

CHICK - In San Francisco, May 3, 1913, William F. Chick, son of the late Augustus C. and Mary A. Chick, father of Mrs. T. DEASY, Mrs. W.M. ADAMS, Mrs. A. ESCOFFIER and Netta CHICK and brother of Harry E., Arthur J. and the late Donald A. Chick, a native of Oroville, Butte County, aged 57 years.

BENET - In Cedarville, Modoc County, May 1, 1913, Joseph Benet, a native of Switzerland, aged 60 years.

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The Sacramento Bee

Monday, May 12, 1913 

DEATHS IN SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA

McDANIEL - In Yreka, Siskiyou County, May 7, 1913, William H. McDaniel, a native of Peoria, Ill., aged 72 years.

ROBINSON - In Suisun, Solano County, May 9, 1913, Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, cousin of Mrs. Sarah BROWN, Sacramento; a native of Scotland, aged 84 years.

ROMINGER - In Woodland, Yolo County, May 10, 1913, Mrs. Christina Rominger, mother of Mrs. Louise VOETSCH, Woodland; Charles F. Rominger, Madison; Mrs. Carrie STOLL, Sacramento; Chris Rominger, Woodland, and Mrs. Elizabeth REIBEL, Sonoma County; a native of Germany, aged 82 years.

ROOKARD - In Napa, Napa County, May 9, 1913, Mamie E. Rookard, mother of Mrs. R. CROWDER and Harry Rookard; daughter of the late Joseph and Mary WADE; sister of Mrs. Nellie HIGGINS, Mrs. R.E. EWART and Mrs. G.J. ZIEGENFUSS; a native of San Francisco, aged 53 years.

JORDAN - In Ono, Shasta County, May 9, 1913, Irby H. Jordan, native of Tennessee, aged 75 years; father of Mrs. James L. MONTGOMERY, Robert Jordan, William Jordan, and James Jordan.

BUELL - In Reno, Nev., May 3, 1913, Arthur M. Buell, aged 91 years, and a native of New York.

McARNOLD - In St. Helena, May 7, 1913, Mrs. Ellen McArnold, a native of Ireland, 81 years of age.

TOWNSEND - In Redding, Shasta County, May 10, 1913, Donna Townsend, native of California, aged 2 years and 4 months; motherless daughter of A.J. Townsend. 

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Sacramento Bee

Monday December 22, 1913 

DEATHS

SHEEHAN - In Kennett, Shasta County, December 19, 1913, James SHEEHAN, brother of Mrs. Mary HALLINAN of Coulterville; a native of California, aged 35 years.

MILLS - Near Manton, Shasta County, December 17, 1913, Samantha A. MILLS, wife of Rev. Christopher MILLS, aged 86 years.

CARDINALI - In Jackson, Amador County, December 19, 1913, Frank CARDINALI, a native of California, aged 30 years.

SAUNDERS - In Napa, Napa County, December 19, 1913, Mrs. Lucy J. SAUNDERS, mother of John SAUNDERS and Mrs. E. GIANQUE; a native of Missouri.

SLATE - In Colusa, Colusa County, December 21, 1913, Martin Slate, a native of Ohio, aged 44 years.

FULLER - In Oakland, Cal., December 20, Rolla, husband of Mrs. Jennie L. FULLER, father of Mrs. J.D. KEYES of Oakland, Cal., and R.D. FULLER of Berkeley, Cal., and brother of Mrs. George F. FULLER of Portland, Ore., and Mrs. W.H. PEAKE of Oakland, Cal.; a native of Massachusetts. 

FUNERAL OF MRS. HAND IS HELD

The funeral of Mrs. H.W. HAND, a resident of Sacramento for many years, and the wife of Custodian Hand of the County Court House, who died at her home, 2319 M Street Saturday afternoon, was held this afternoon from the home.

The Rev. C.F. OEHLER conducted the services and the interment was made in the East Lawn Cemetery. The pallbearers were H.J. KILGARIFF, Charles MERING, H. FISH, Edward MILLER, George YOERK and August YOERK.

Mrs. Hand was the mother of Mrs. Fred C. YOERK and Mrs. C.E. MAHONEY. She was born in Grass Valley, Nevada County, 55 years ago, and was the daughter of Paul QUICK and the late Mrs. Emily QUICK of that place and sister of Mrs. E.J.N. OTT and Albert QUICK of Grass Valley. 

ROUTIERS FARMER DIES

Eugene HORN, a farmer in the vicinity of Routiers, died Sunday at the age of 52 years leaving a widow, Mrs. Anna T. HORN, and a son, John HORN, to mourn him. HORN was a native of Alsace-Loraine Germany. 

BUILDER FUNERAL TO-MORROW

The funeral of Mrs. Alice BUILDER, for many years a resident of Sacramento, who died Saturday, will be held to-morrow morning. The services will be held at the Cathedral and the interment will be at St. Joseph Cemetery. Mrs. BUILDER was 73 years of age and a native of Dublin, Ireland. She was the widow of the late Joseph BUILDER and the mother of Daniel BUILDER. 

ANDY PATTERSON DEAD

Andy PATTERSON, aged laborer, who had eked out an existence in Sacramento for several years by distributing handbills and doing odd jobs, was found dead this morning in a chair in a lodging house at 1123 Front Street. The body was taken to the morgue, and Coroner GORMLEY will hold an inquest to-morrow. PATTERSON was possessed of a splendid education. Drink caused his downfall. 

DIED

BUILDER - In this city, December 20, 1913, Alice BUILDER, wife of the late Joseph BUILDER, mother of Daniel BUILDER; a native of Dublin, Ireland, aged 73 years.

Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Tuesday morning at 9:45 from the mortuary chapel of W.F. GORMLEY, 720 H Street, thence to the Cathedral, where mass will be offered up for the repose of her soul at 10 o’clock. Interment St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

CRIMMINS - In this city, December 21, 1913, Mary, beloved wife of Patrick CRIMMINS, loving mother of Mrs. Mary ROBINSON, Patrick H. and Annie CRIMMINS; a native of Baltimore, Ireland, aged 65 years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Wednesday morning at 9:30 o’clock from her late residence, 1104 Q Street, thence to the Cathedral, where mass will be offered up for the repose of her soul at 10 o’clock. Interment St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

HAND - In this city, December 20 ,1913, Mary R., wife of H.W. Hand, mother of Mrs. F.C. YOERK, Mrs. C.E. MAHONEY, daughter of Paul and the late Emily QUICK of Grass Valley, sister of Albert QUICK and Mrs. E.J.N. OTT of Grass Valley; a native of California, aged 55 years and 3 months. Funeral private.

HORN - At Routiers Station, December 21, 1913, Eugene HORN, beloved husband of Anna T. HORN, father of John HORN; a native of Alsace-Lorraine, Germany, aged 52 years, 3 months and 3 days. Friends are welcome at the home of Harry A. Nauman, 1811 G Street. Future notice of funeral. 

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The Sacramento Union

July 1, 1914

 

DIED

LITTLE - In Sacramento, June 29, 1914, George D. Little, a native of San Francisco, aged 43 years 5 months and 15 days; husband of Mrs. Georgia Ashley Little. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this afternoon at 2 o?clock from the mortuary parlors of W.F. Gormley, 720 H street, where funeral services will be held. Interment East Lawn cemetery.

 

SPENCER - In this city, June 29, 1914, Eleanor, wife of the late Lafayette Spencer, mother of John N, William H. Spencer of Oakland, Scott W., W.D., Mary N. and Frank L. Spencer, sister of Dr. M.N. NEWMAN of Osian, Ind., a native of Illinois, aged 79 years 4 months and 19 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wednesday) afternoon at 2:30 o?clock from the late residence, 1234 K street. Interment Odd Fellows? Lawn cemetery.

 

EUGENE - In San Francisco, June 28, 1914, Raymond H. Eugene, beloved son of Harry R. and Beatrice M. Eugene, a native of San Francisco, aged 12 years 5 months and 13 days. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services tomorrow (Thursday) morning at 9 a.m. from the Cathedral, Eleventh and K streets. Interment private.

 

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Sacramento Bee

Monday February 15, 1915 

DIED

KIRKPATRICK - In this city, February 15, 1915, Robert B. KIRKPATRICK, beloved husband of Eliza KIRKPATRICK; father of Glenn E. KIRKPATRICK; a native of Indiana, aged 67 years, 11 months, 11 days. Future notice of funeral.

LAX - In this city, February 12, 1915, Julius LAX, beloved husband of Dora C. LAX (nee HACKMANN); a native of Hungary, aged 60 years, 2 months 8 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. from the home of Harry A. Nauman, 1811 G St. Interment Jewish Cemetery.

Members of the Sacramento Lodge, No. 1030 Loyal Order of Moose - Assemble at the (line not legible) to-day at 2 p.m. for the purpose at attending the funeral of our late Brother Julius LAX. Harry CURRY, Director

MOONEY - In San Francisco, February 13, 1915, Ellen, wife of the late James MOONEY and mother of Mrs. (Not legible) of Sacramento; Mrs. Nora JURGENSON, Mrs. M.J. RYAN, Mrs. James FINLAYSON of Alameda and the late Mrs. Mary Agnes GANTNER; a native of Ireland. A member of St. Anne’s Confraternity of St. Anne’s Church.

TAYLOR - In this city, February 13, 1915, Fairchild B. TAYLOR, beloved husband of Mary A. TAYLOR; father of Mrs. W.B. JOHNSON; grandfather of Vernon T. JOHNSON; brother of Mrs. James R. JOHNSTON of Fairoaks; Mrs. H.M. TAYLOR of Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; a native of Connecticut, aged 82 years, 6 months 7 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 10:30 a.m. from the home of Harry A Nauman, 1811 G St. Interment City Cemetery.

Officers and members of Sacramento Lodge No 2, I.O.O.F. you are requested to meet at your hall Tuesday at 10 a.m. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late Brother F.B. TAYLOR. H.C. JOSEPH, N.G., F.A. WALLACE, Sec.

WYLIE - In this city, February 13, 11915, Alva WYLIE, native of New York, aged 73 years. Remains at the home of Clark, Booth & Yardley, 917 H St. 

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Sacramento Bee

Wednesday, April 5, 1916

 

               DEATHS

SANTOS - Near Chico, Butte County, April 3, 1916, Demongas Santos, brother of John, Joseph and Mary Santos, all of Chico, aged 23 years.

SKELLEY - In Chico, Butte County, April 2, 1916, William Skelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. P.G. Skelley, and brother of Ray, J.E., Alice and Mrs. T.A. HUFF, all of Chico; a native of California, aged 32 years.

POTTS - In Quincey, Plumas County, March 4, 1916, L. Potts, resident of Plumas County for many years.

ALLEN - In Placerville, El Dorado County, April 2, 1916, Edward L. Allen, a native of Vermont, aged 71 years. Funeral services were held this afternoon; interment in Union Cemetery.

 

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Sacramento Bee

Friday, April 7, 1916

 

               DEATHS

BROWNING - In Grass Valley, Nevada County, April _, 1916, William G. Browning, husband of Mary Browning, father of Tresa and Buster Browning, a native of Nevada City, Nevada County, aged 31 years.

SCHUMACHER - In Red Bluff, Tehama County, April 4, 1916, Mrs. Elizabeth Christina Schumacher, resident of Cottonwood and native of California, aged _5 years. Interment at Cottonwood, Shasta County.

 

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Sacramento Union

Sunday July 15, 1917 

DIED

HOOPER - Near Coloma (El Dorado Co.), July 12, 1917, Mrs. Hooper, wife of William B. Hooper mother of Isabel Hooper and Darrell TURNEY, a antive of California, aged 49 years.

LAWSON - In Woodland (Yolo Co.), July 13, 1917, John D. LAWSON, husband of Mrs. Jane Lawson, father of Mrs. Wallace BONDS, William H., Robert G. and Edward B. Lawson of Woodland, and James B. Lawson of Okaland, a native of Tennessee, aged 84 years ,11 months and 28 days.

SIMONI - Near Jackson (Amador Co.), July 12, 1917, G. SIMONI, a native of Italy, aged 27 years.

GREGG - In Paradise (Butte Co.), July 11, 1917, Miss Mary Elizabeth Gregg, formerly of Corning Tehama county, sister of Miss S.A. Gregg of Paradise, a native of New York, aged 55 years.

WEBB - In Redding (Shasta Co.), July 12, 1917, Carl Weber, a native of Germany, aged 68 years.

SCHULTZ - In San Francisco, July 13, 1917, Mrs. F.W. SCHULTZ, formerly of Arbuckle, Colusa county, mother of Mrs. J.H. BALSDON of Colusa, Colusa county, F.J. and Herman Schultz of Arbuclke and Mrs. John MAXWELL of Oakland, a native of Germany, aged 70 years.

BRANKS - Near Madison (Yolo CO.), July 12, 1917, John Branks, father of Mrs. T.J. Hooper of San Francisco, aged 60 years.

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Sacramento Union

Wednesday, March 21, 1917

Page 6

 

               DIED

  BLUDELL - In Grass Valley (Nevada Co.), March 19, 1917, Levi J. Bludell, father of Mrs. L.C. SNYDER of Grass Valley, a native of Illinois, aged 87 years, 6 months and 10 days.

  DART - In Placerville (El Dorado Co.), March 18, 1917, Alexander Dart, a native of Michigan, aged 74 years.

  WAPPLE - Near Yuba City (Sutter Co.), March 19, 1917, Mrs. Annie E. Wapple, mother of George Wapple and Carl Wapple, a native of New York, aged 68 years.

  ATWOOD - In San Francisco, March 16, 1917, George Anderson Atwood, father of Ted C., Edward G., and Miss Lorena E. Atwood of Placerville, El Dorado county, a native of Maine, aged 71 years 2 months and 10 days.

  BARNES - Near Ono (Shasta Co.), March 18, 1917, Ira W. Barnes, brother of Mrs. Thomas HORNER of Weed, Siskiyou county, Mrs. A.J. TUGGLE of Oroville, Butte county, Mrs. Frank HOOPER of Suisun, Solano county and Henry Barnes of Sacramento, a native of California, aged 51 years.

  HUNDLEY - In Berkeley, March 19, 1917, Eugene R. HUNDLEY, formerly of Oroville, Butte county, husband of Mrs. Lillie E. Hundley, father of Miss Dorothy Hundley of Sacramento, Misses Harriet and Katherine Hundley of Oakland, a native of California, aged 56 years 4 months and 21 days.

  ST. CYR - In Corning (Tehama Co.), March 19, 1917, S.A. St .Cyr, husband of Mrs. A.S. St. Cyr, father of Mrs. MURRAY of Yreka, Siskiyou county, aged 62 years.

  LOBNER - In Colfax (Placer Co.), March 20, 1917, Morris Lobner, husband of Mrs. M. Lobner, father of Hope and Joyce Lobner, aged 70 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Friday, March 23, 1917

 

               DIED

  CUSHMAN - Near Newville (Glenn Co.), March 18, 1917, Mrs. Verdie May Cushman, wife of Charles Cushman, mother of Roy, Catherine, James, Ancil and Mamie Cushman, a native of California, aged 34 years.

  BROWN - In Greenville (Plumas Co.), March 18, 1917, George E. Brown, a native of California, aged 58 years.

  BRUCE - In Nogales (Arizona), March 21, 1917, William Stacey Bruce of Chico, Butte county, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce, brother of Mrs. Gus MANES of Chico, and Mrs. W.H. HOWARD of Hamilton City, Glenn county, a native of California, aged 20 years.

  ZANDELL - At Castella (Shasta Co.), March 21, 1917, Fred Zandell, brother of Mrs. Hulda BURG of San Francisco, a native of Finland, aged 50 years.

  WEBSTER - At Diamond Springs (El Dorado Co.), March 21, 1917, Andrew C. Webster, husband of Mrs. A.C. Webster, a native of California, aged 49 years.

  GRAHAM - At Grizzly Flat (El Dorado Co.), March 20, 1917, Mrs. Mary Graham, a native of California, aged 65 years.

  DOCHERTY - Near Marysville (Yuba Co.), March 21, 1917, Mrs. Susie Docherty, wife of Albert Docherty, mother of Ollie, David, Joseph and Albert Docherty, a native of California, aged _3 years,

  WIDNER - In San Francisco, March 16, 1917, John Wesley Widner, formerly of Tehama county, husband of Mrs. Nancy Widner, father of Mrs. F.M. MARQUIS, Lena, Florence, Gladys, Delia, May E., Eugene, Roscoe, Fred and Herbert Widner, a native of Ontario, Canada, aged 73 years.

  KNAGGS - In Sacramento, March 21, 1917, Edward Knaggs, brother of George Knaggs of Meridan, Sutter county, and Herman Knaggs of Yuba City, Sutter county, a native of California, aged 24 years.

 

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Sacramento Union

Saturday, March 24, 1917

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DIED

  STOBER - In this city, March 23, 1917, Fred C., beloved husband of Louisa M. STOBER, father of the late Fred C., Hal S. and Clara STOBER, a native of New York, aged 66 years 1 month and 19 days. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday) at 2:30 p.m. from the home of Clark, Booth & Yardley, 917 H street. Interment City cemetery.

  ROTH - In this city, March 23, 1917, Mary Ann ROTH, beloved wife of the late Gustave ROTH, loving mother of Edna, Earl and Gustave ROTH, and Mrs. Ethel PARKER, a native of St. Louis, Mo., aged 49 years. Friends may call at the chapel of Maurice J. O’CONNELL, 1215 K street.

  BETTENCOURT - In Santa Cruz, March 22, 1917, Manuel BETTENCOURT, beloved brother of Mrs. Mary VALINE, Mrs. Carrie FOSTER, Mrs. Amalia PERRY, King, Joseph, Frank and Antone BETTENCOURT and the late Mrs. Addie FOSTER; a native of California, aged 49 years 2 months. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday) at 2 p.m. from the funeral parlors of Ryan & Cippa, 1214 K street, thence to St. Elizabeth’s church, where funeral services will be held. Interment St. Joseph cemetery.

  Officers and members of Oak Park aerie 1714, F.O.E., are hereby notified to attend funeral of our late brother, M.S. Bettencourt, Jr., Sunday afternoon, March 25, 1917, from parlors of Ryan & Cippa, 1214 K street, at 1:30 p.m. sharp.                  M.J. SILVA, Sec.

 

               CARD OF THANKS

We desire to return our sincere and heartfelt thanks to those who assisted us during our late sad bereavement, also to the donors of the beautiful floral offerings.

MRS. TRACINTO SALAS and FAMILY

 

 

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Sacramento Bee

Thursday February 6, 1919 

DEATHS

MILLER - In Fairfield, Solano County, February 5, 1919, Otho Powers MILLER, beloved son of Mrs. Maria MILLER and the late David MILLER, and brother of Mrs. B.T. WILKINSON and Albert S. MILLER of Fairfield, a native of Indiana, aged 46 years 8 months and 5 days. 

WHITING - In Graniteville, Idaho, December 23, 1918, Silas O. WHITING, a pioneer resident of Nevada City, father of Bertram D. WHITING of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Belle E. MARTIN of Multnomah, Ore., and granddaughter of Beatrice M. WHITING of Portland, Ore., a native of Maine aged 81 years 3 months and 9 days.

OLDHAM - In Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, January 26, 1919, Stephen Berty OLDHAM, a pioneer resident of Sierra County, a native of Maine, aged ** years. (looks like 65 years, but not legible)

CABONA - In San Mateo, San Mateo County, January 20, 1919, Rose Victoria CABONA, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. CABONA, sister of Olive CABONA, a native of Sierra County Cal., aged 21 years 10 months and 12 days.

ACKERMAN - In Veterans’ Home, Napa County, February 4, 1919, James D. ACKERMAN, brother of J.C. ACKERMAN of Gassaway, W. Va., a native of New York, aged 32 years.

HIGGINS - In Veterans’ Home, Napa County, February 4, 1919, Levi HIGGINS, brother of W.F .HIGGINS of San Jose, a native of Maine, aged 80 years.

ALEXANDER - In Veterans’ Home, Napa County, February 5, 1919, Jackson ALEXANDER, a native of Massachusetts, aged 75 years.

FLYNN - In Veterans’ Home, Napa County, February 5, 1919, Henry FLYNN, father of Thomas FLYNN of the San Francisco police force, a native of Ireland, aged 82 years.

LEWIS - In Stockton, February 5, 1919, Minerva, sister of John T. LEWIS, Mrs. Mary ELLIOTT and Mrs. Addie MOSHER of Oakland and Horace D. LEWIS of Linden, a native of California, aged 59 years. 

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Sacramento Bee

Tuesday February 25, 1919 

DEATHS

ZIMMERMAN - In Anderson, Shasta County, February 24, 1919, Mrs. Catherine M. ZIMMERMAN of Richmond, wife of Fred A. ZIMMERMAN, mother of Mrs. W.W. PERKINS of Albuquerque, N.M; a native of Michigan, aged 47 years.

ROBINSON - Near Live Oak, Sutter County, February 24, 1919, Mrs. Phillip ROBINSON, mother of William, David, Rachael, Phillip, Arthur, Clarence, Marion and Berthel ROBINSON; a native of Iowa, aged 54 years.

DE SALES - In Marysville, Yuba County, February 24, 1919, Sister Frances DE SALES, known to the world as Catherine DALTON, daughter of Mrs. Jane DALTON of San Francisco; a native of Iowa, aged 54 years

SUTCLIFFE - In Forest Hill, Placer County, February 20, 1919, John SUTCLIFFE, loving husband of Caroline SUTCLIFFE, father of Charles and Earnest SUTCLIFFE, brother of Joseph SUTCLIFFE and Mrs. Molly BOWERS, all of Forest Hill; a native of Massachusetts, aged 71 years. Interment at Michigan Bluff.

ADAMS - In Forest Hill, Placer County, February 20, 1919, Harry ADAMS, loving father of Chester and Grace ADAMS; brother of Timothy and Lume ADAMS; a native of Vermont, aged 78 years. Interment at Forest Hill.

WYATT - In Winters, Yolo County, February 24, Mrs. Lulu M. WYATT, wife of Dr. M.O. WYATT, sister of Mrs. F. M. WYATT and mother of Roy and Fred WYATT of Esparto, Erna WYATT, at home, and Velma WYATT of San Francisco; a native of Cloverdale, aged 53 years.

WHITNEY - In Veterans’ Home, Napa County, February 23, 1919, Hezekiah WHITNEY, a native of Massachusetts, aged 90 years.

CROWELL - In Redwood City, February 24, 1919, Bethel M. CROWELL, daughter of W.A. and Lillie M. CROWELL, sister of Elaine B. and Wilma L. CROWELL, formerly of Auburn; a native of California, aged 23 years.

ROSE - In San Francisco, February 23, 1919, Aphraim ROSE, formerly of Chico, a native of New York, aged 82 years. 

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The Sacramento Union

Saturday, March 8, 1919

Page 2

DIED

ROGERS - In this city, March 6, 1919, Faustino, beloved wife of Albert ROGERS, loving mother of Albert J. ROGERS of San Francisco, Mrs. George TAYLOR and Mrs. Frank HESS of this city and Mrs. Thomas J. HANRAHAN of San Luis Obispo, beloved sister of Julia BARAS, a native of Sacramento, Cal.  Friends are respectively invited to attend the funeral this (Saturday) morning at 8:30 o’clock from her late residence, 1721 Thirteenth street, thence to the cathedral, where mass will be offered for the repose of her soul at 9 o’clock. Interment City Cemetery. W.F. Gormley, funeral director.  McNEELY - In this city, March 6, 1919, Ruth Elizabeth McNeely, beloved wife of H.R. McNeely, loving mother of Ruth Marguerite McNeely, sister of Miss Sylvia PETERSON, a native of Washington, aged 24 years 5 months and 2 days. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock from parlors of W.F. Gormley, 720 H street, where services will be held. Interment East Lawn cemetery.  CONRAD - In this city, March 7, 1919, Margaret Conrad, wife of the late George W. Conrad, mother of L.M. BOSSELLE of San Francisco, Benjamin D. and Harry N. Conrad of Sacramento, and Mrs. Claudine PURKHISER of Stockton, a native of Indiana, aged 72 years. Friends are respectively invited to attend the funeral Sunday, March 9, 1919, at 3 o’clock p.m. from the home of Miller & Skelton, 1400 K street. Interment private, City cemetery.  BIEWENER - In this city, March 6, 1919, Frederick W. Biewener, Jr., son of Frederick W. and Henrietta Biewener, brother of Helena, August H. and Henry J. Biewener and Mrs. Carl HEILBRON, a native of Sacramento, aged 35 years.  Friends are welcome at his late home, 1123 L street, tomorrow (Sunday) from 10 a.m. till 1 p.m. Funeral private.

FRANK - March 6, 1919, near Elmira, Calif., William G., beloved son of Mary E. and the later Adam Frank, brother of Mrs. G. FRAME of Oakland, and Mrs. G.B. ALCHAM, loving uncle of Gladys E. FRAME and Pauline E. ALCHAM, a native of Austin, Nevada, aged 43 years. Kindly omit flowers. Humboldt county papers please copy. Funeral March 10 at 11 o’clock at Methodist church in Elmira. Interment private.

AZEVEDO - In this city, March 6, 1919, Eleanor May Azevedo, daughter of Candide and Marian Azevedo, sister of George Norman and Edna Azevedo, a native of California, aged 4 years 11 months and 20 days. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Saturday) at 2 p.m. from the family home, 1311 W street. Interment St. Joseph’s cemetery. Ryan & Cippa, funeral directors.

 

Submitted by Betty Loose betty@unisette.com

 

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