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Daily Appeal - 4/7/1876, p3 - Death of an old Citizen - Judge Gaar, a much esteemed citizen of Sutter county, died on the 3d instant.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/20/1903, p1 - Made His Last Trip - Veteran Stage Driver Passes Over To The Other Side - L. L. Gaffney, the well known stage man, whose serious illness was announced in The Appeal several days ago, died on Friday evening at his home in Nevada City. - The deceased was a native of Maine and 57 years of age.  For a quarter of a century he drove the stage between Nevada City and Downieville.  Up to six years ago he was interested financially with Dan T. Cole, Warren Green and John Hogan in the operation of the line.  Since they disposed of their interest he has acted as manager for the present owners. - He leaves a wife and four children who reside at Nevada City, a sister, Mrs. Hogan, who resides in Boston, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Kate Gaffney, of Downieville, to mourn his loss. - The deceased had many friends in Marysville who will regret to learn of his passing away.  The funeral will take place tomorrow.


Daily Appeal - 7/30/1908, p1 - George Cahagan [sic] Found Dead On Levee - Laborer Overcome By Heat And Intoxication Expires - George Gahagan, a laborer, who had been working around at various ranches and orchards in this vicinity, and who had been drinking pretty heavily for a couple of days, was found dead yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The body was lying in the willows on the south side of the Yuba river levee, at the foot of C street. - Dan Murphy, another laborer, was walking along the levee and made the discovery.  The attitude of the body convinced Murphy that the man was dead, and after verifying his suspicions he notified Coroner Kelly, who went down and took the body to the morgue. - Gahagan was a young man about 28 years old, and has a brother, Thomas Gahagan, living in Sacramento.  He has been notified and will arrive here this morning to attend the burial. - It is believed that intoxication and the extreme heat of yesterday caused Gahagan's death.  He had been dead but a short time when the body was discovered.  The body is at Kelly's undertaking parlors, and has been viewed by many people who knew Gahagan.


Appeal Democrat - 11/4/1935, p2 - Ed Gallagher, Yuba Native, Called by Death in Northwest - Leaving numerous relatives in the Wheatland and Nicolaus districts, Ed Gallagher, 70, native of Wheatland, died Friday night in Washington, where he had been engaged in farming. - Among survivors are two brothers, Charles, of Marysville, and Anthony of Wheatland, and a sister, Mary, of Oakland, and several nephews and nieces, Tom, Charles and Ed Gallagher, of this locality, Mrs. Agnes Jasper, San Diego; Mrs. Rose Hutchinson, Erie; Mrs. Catherine Dolp, Oakland; Charles and Margaret Gallagher, Mrs. Rose Finchley, Mrs. Rose Finchley and Mrs. Catherine Frazer, and Ed and Ella Bennett. - Funeral arrangements are being made by Lipp and Sullivan.


Daily Appeal – 01/17/1875, p. 2 – DIED. – In Linda Township, January 15th, John B. Gallagher, aged 47 years. – Funeral this morning at 7:30 from is late residence and the procession is expected to arrive at St. Joseph’s Cathedral at 10:30, where requiem mass will be celebrated.  Friends are invited to attend.


Daily Alta California - 10/26/1888 - Death of an Old Miner - Marysville, October 25th - Patrick Gallagher, an old miner, who has lived for over thirty years in a cabin near Timbuctoo, was found dead there this afternoon.  The Coroner has been called to investigate the case, though it is thought that he died from natural causes.  He was quite a character in the locality on account of his numerous eccentricities.

Sacramento Daily Union - 10/26/1888 - Dead In His Cabin - Marysville, October 25th. - Patsey Gallagher, who lived the life of a hermit in a cabin near Smartsville, was found dead on his place to-day.  It is not known whether his death was due to natural causes or not.


Daily Appeal - 1/6/1907, p8 [article cut off on edge from binding] - Death of Mrs. Susan Galligan - Mrs. Susan Galligan, relict of the late Matthew Galligan, died at her home at Erle Sunday night. - The deceased was a native of O*** and was aged 69 years and 12 days.  She had been a resident of Yuba county for thirty-five years and of California forty-five years.  It will be remembered that her husband died about three years ago.  She is the mother of Mrs. Dennis Coughlin of Marysville, of Helen and Elizabeth Galligan, and of Peter, George A. and William ** Galligan of Yuba county. During her many years' residence in this county she won the respect and esteem of her many acquaintances and friends. - The funeral will take place from her late residence at Erle tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9:30, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where services will be held at 1 o'clock. - The interment will take place in the Catholic Cemetery.

Daily Appeal - 1/10/1907, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. Susan Galligan - The funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Galligan took place from her late home at Erle yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, thence to St. Joseph's Church where services were held at 1 o'clock.  The Reev. D. Murphy officiated at the church. - The interment took place in the Catholic Cemetery, where the Rev. M. Coleman said the last prayer. - The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers:  C. P. Gillettt, P. L. Hutchinson, A. A. Robson, and Ed Fraiser.


Daily Democrat - 6/23/1905, p1 - Curtis Galpin Is Dead At Challenge - Curtis Galpin died near Challenge last evening at the age of 78 years and his funeral is understood to have taken place this afternoon at that place.  Deceased was an old resident of the county and was well known in the mining districts.  He also had a number of friends in Marysville and all will be pained to learn of his demise.

Daily Democrat - 6/23/1905, p8 - Died:  At Brownsville, Yuba County, June 22, 1905, Curtis Galpin, aged 78 years.

Sacramento Bee 24 Jun 1905  OLD RESIDENT DEAD  Marysville Jun 24  Curtis GALPIN, an aged resident of this county, well-known in the mining sections, is dead near Challenge.  He had reached the 78th year of his life. (R.T.)


Sacramento Daily Union - 12/28/1878 - Died:  Marysville, December 25 - Loreto Gandara, 37 years.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 8/24/1867, p2 - Died:  In this city, August 23d, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ganthier, aged 4 weeks.


The Evening Bee,  Sacramento, Cal. -  Friday, 10/5/1906, p7 -  Garcia's Body -  Marysville (Yuba Co.), October 5 - The dead body found Tuesday in the  Sacramento River, near Kent, Sutter County, was that of Antonio Garcia, the Sacramento deckhand who was drowned here last Friday.  (Submitted by V. R.)


Appeal - Democrat - 12/12/1980 - Santiago GARCIA - Funeral arrangements are pending for Santiago Garcia, 78, of 2930 Jefferson Ave., Yuba City, who died about 3:40 p.m. yesterday in Rideout Hospital after collapsing while pruning trees in an orchard at his residence,  Yuba County sheriff-coroner's deputies said. - Garcia was aided by Yuba City firemen about 3 p.m. after he reportedly collapsed while on a ladder pruning trees. - His son, Victor Garcia, 38, also of 2930 Jefferson, reportedly found his father lying on the ground under the ladder. - The Yuba County sheriff-coroner's office will perform an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Ullrey's Memorial Chapel in Yuba City.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/26/1914, p5 - Veteran of 2 Wars Dies at County Hospital - Yuba City, Sept. 25. - Jacob Gardner, a Spanish-American War veteran died at the Sutter County Hospital following a long illness.  He was a native of Bavaria, Germany, aged 60 years.  He leaves a brother and sister residing in Iowa. - The deceased fought in both the Spanish and Philippine Wars.  In the Spanish war, he was a member of  Co. C. of the 1st Batt. of the Nevada Inf. and re-enlisted in the 35th Reg. of Inf. U. S. Vol.  He was honorably discharged and received a  pension of $6 per month for a wound received in the Battle of Del Cammus November 30, 1899. - Funeral services will be held from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan & Son, Marysville.  Sunday interment will be in the soldier's plot at the Marysville cemetery.


Appeal Democrat - 1/10/1938, p2 - Mrs. Roy Gardner Is Taken by Death at Walla Walla Home - Friends of Mr. and Mrs.  E. D. (Roy) Gardner are mourning the death of Mrs. Gardner in Walla Walla, Wash., Saturday afternoon.  The funeral will be held at her former home in Sacramento, where her mother and other relatives reside. - Mrs. Gardner resided in Marysville for some time, while her husband was district manager for the Standard Oil  Co. here, they being transferred to an advanced position at Walla Walla about two years ago. - Death came after a year of illness, it was said in a message to Warren Reed, of Reed & Heffley, a friend of the couple. - Funeral services are to be held at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday from St. Francis church, Twenty-sixth and K streets, Sacramento. That city was her former home.


Appeal-Democrat – 10/13/1965, p. 8 – OBITUARIES – FRANK E. GARMIRE – GARMIRE – Frank Elva Garmire, 74, of Wheatland died yesterday while on a deer hunting trip at Butte Meadows. – A longtime resident of this area, he was superintendent of the Dantoni Ranch of DiGiogio Fruit Co. for 29 years before his retirement nine years ago.  He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Wheatland Lions Club.  A native of LaGrange, Ind., he made his home at 305 Olive St., Wheatland. – He was accompanied by his wife, Mary Louise, on the hunting trip and a coroner’s report said death was from natural causes. – Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a daughter, France E. Peters of Wheatland; two sons, Elva A. Garmire of Alturas, former superintendent of Live Oak Union High School, and Richard G. Garmire of Seattle, Wash.; a sister, Mrs. Blanche Starks of Linda; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. – Funeral arrangements are pending at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel.


Appeal Democrat Saturday Jan 04, 1969 - Lettie Garmire Dies At 78 - Lettie Garmire, a life-long Meridian resident, died yesterday in a Yuba City Convalescent hospital following a long illness. Mrs. Garmire, 78, was a member of the Daughters of the Union, Veterans of the Civil War and the Meridian Wednesday afternoon Club. She was the widow of the late Ray Garmire. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Lichty of Monterey; two sisters, Mrs. Richard DeWitt of Yuba City and Mrs. Elsie Locey of Hawaii and one grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 pm at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in Meridian Cemetery.  (A. H.)


Colusa Sun April 3, 1923 - Funeral of Luther Garmire - Meridian - April 2- the funeral of Luther Henry Garmire, former well known Sutter county resident, died Friday near Mayhew station, Sacramento County, took place here this afternoon at 2 o'clock interment being in the Meridian cemetery. Many friends attended. Deceased was 71 years of age. he was the husband of Martha E Garmire and the father of Mrs William A Bixler of Pomona, Mrs Grace Nelson of Placerville, Robert E Garmire of Mayhew and Bert Garmire of Meridian; Mrs Frank Taylor and Mrs George Jenkins of Michigan, Mrs George Meyers and Robert Garmire of Indiana  (A.H.)


Appeal Democrat - 12/16/1970 - Yuba Woman Dies in Crash - A Wheatland woman was killed and three others injured in a two-car accident at the intersection of Hwy 70 and Hammonton Road about 12:45 p.m. yesterday, according to the California Highway Patrol.  Marie L. Garmire, 78, of 305 Olive St., Wheatland, was killed in the accident.  She was thrown out of her car in the crash, the CHP reported.  Mrs. Garmire's westbound car was hit broadside by Snider's northbound vehicle. - Native Of France - Mrs. Garmire, who was born in St. Serran, France, had been a resident of Wheatland for 43 years.  Survivors include a son, Richard G. Garmire of Seattle, Wash.; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Peters of Wheatland; five sisters, Elizabeth Imbert and Nelly Martin, both of Nice, France, Christianne Langeard of Nantes, France; Emilienne Poirier of St. Lo, France, Guymette Saier of St. Brieue, France; two brothers, Georges Benatre of Laval, France and Christian Benatre of Vire, France; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Requiem mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Marysville.  Burial will follow at Sierra View Memorial Park.  Memorials to the St. Daniel's Catholic Church building fund in Wheatland have been suggested.


Appeal Democrat 05-02-1965 - Area native dead at 74 - funeral services will be conducted at 10 am tomorrow for Ray Garmire, 74, of meridian , who died Saturday afternoon. a native of Meridian, he was a lifelong resident of the area and well known bean grower and rancher. survivors include his wife, letty; a daughter, evelyn lichty of Monterey; a brother , Preston Garmire of Stockton; three sisters, Mrs Sylvia Years of meridian, Mrs Sadie Scott of Los Angeles, and Mrs Amy Hochstrat of Colusa; a grandson and numerous nieces and nephews. services will be conducted at McNary -Moore Memorial Chapel in Colusa. Rev C.C. Van Leer of the Meridian Community Church officiating. Burial will be in the Meridian Cemetery.  (Transcribed & submitted by April.)


Appeal Democrat - 5/15/2000 - Richard G. Garmire, 76, of Monroe, Washington, died May 11, 2000, in Monroe, Washington.  Born in Sacramento, he was a Yuba-Sutter resident from 1927-1944.  He served in the US Navy during World War II, was a graduate of Marysville High School and was owner of Garmire Iron Works in Monroe.  Survivors include his wife, Jean Garmire, of Monroe, Wash., two sons, James R. Garmire of Seattle, Wash., and Wesley S. Garmire of Snohomish, Wash., and one sister, Frances Garmire Peters of Wheatland.  He was preceded in death by a son, Bradley T. Garmire; and a brother, Elva A. Garmire.  Services:  A private memorial service will be conducted at a later date in Monroe, Wash. - Arrangements are under the direction of Purdy & Kerr Funeral Home of Monroe, Wash.




Chico Enterprise Record – 10/25/2001 – Jessie Garnett – Challenge --- A family gathering at a later date will be held for Jessie Garnett, who was born and died Oct. 20, 2001 in an Oroville hospital. Survivors include his parents, James Garnett and Rosa Christie of Challenge, and three sisters, Hollie, Heather and Tiffanie Garnett of Denver. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jesse Garnett Trust Fund. Arrangements are under the direction of Scheer Memorial Chapel. ( B.S. - Note: The ashes of this child are contained in an urn placed at the grave of John Michael Grannell in Strawberry Valley.)


Daily Appeal – 03/22/1904, p. 2 – Died at Strawberry Valley. – Francis Garno, an old and respected resident of Strawberry Valley, died rather suddenly at his home on Sunday morning.  The deceased was a native of Illinois and 71 years of age. – Coroner J. K. Kelly was notified of his death, but did not think it was necessary to hold an inquest.


Appeal Democrat - 5/24/1939, p6 - Past Is Revealed - James Garrett, about 56, who died in a hospital here May 11 after requesting treatment for a severe headache he said resulted from a fall in a boxcar, has a lengthy police record on minor offenses, according to word received Wednesday at the Yuba county coroner's office. - Fingerprints taken of the dead man to ascertain his true identity were sent to the bureau of identification at Washington.  A report on the prints showed Garrett to have been arrested a total of 13 times in Texas, Indiana, Washington, New Jersey and California. - Efforts to locate relatives of the dead man have been unsuccessful, and the body will now be interred in the county burial plot.


Sacramento Union 9 April 1912 - Deaths: GARRETT in Marysville 7 Apr, James Riley GARRETT husband of Mrs. Mary Garrett, a native of New York, aged 74 years (R.T.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p1 - "Grandma" Garrett Called - After An Illness of Three Weeks the Aged Lady Answers the Final Summons - After an illness of three weeks duration, Mrs. Jane Garrett, the aged mother of our fellow townsman J. R. Garrett, breathed her last in this city last evening at half past ten o'clock her spirit passing so peacefully that those at her bedside scarce noted that it had flown until a lack of respiration gave evidence of the fact that natures demands had been answered, and that after a long and useful life of over eighty-six years the end at last had come.  In her final sickness "Grandma" Garrett was sustained throughout by the consolations of the Methodist church of which she had been a member for over thirty-five years and she passed away firm in the feeling of comfort that religious soothing influence only can bring to those firm in the belief they have cherished for so many years. - Mrs. Jane Garrett was born in Rome, New York, on February 11, 1814, and was the relict of the late Samuel Garrett who died in Illinois on January 2, 1862.  She came to California with her family in 1864, and has resided ever since in Marysville living for some time with her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Kingsbury, but for the greater portion of the time with her son, J. R. Garrett.  It was her custom to spend the summer months with her son Edwin H. Garrett at Santa Cruz. - She leaves the following children to mourn her demise:  two sons, J. R. Garrett of Marysville, and Edwin H. Garrett of Santa Cruz, and the following daughters:  Mrs. J. C. Kingsbury, of Pennington, Sutter county; Mrs. A. W. Lewis, of Marysville; Mrs. J. D. White, of Santa Cruz; Mrs. Elizabeth Dodge, of Illinois; and Mrs. M. S. Freeman, of Idaho, and several grandchildren. - The funeral announcement will appear later.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p4 - Died:  In this city, May 28th, Mrs. Jane Garrett, relict of the late Samuel Garrett, a native of Rome, New York, aged 86 years, 3 months and 17 days. - Funeral notice hereafter.

San Francisco Call – 5/30/1900 – Pioneer Woman Dead – Special Dispatch to The Call – Marysville, May 29.---Jane Garrett, aged 86 years, died here last night. She was a pioneer resident of this city and her death is mourned by the entire community, by whom she was universally esteemed.  (B. S.)


Evening Democrat - 10/24/1913, p4 - Died in Wheatland - Mrs. Mary A. Garrison, beloved wife of A. N. Garrison of Wheatland, died at the family home today at 11:25 a.m.  She was a native of Vermont and aged 61 years, 9 months and 29 days.  Besides her husband she is survived by an aunt, Mrs. J. M. Grow, and a niece, Mrs. G. E. Bielby [sic].  Mrs. Garrison was a very prominent resident of Wheatland and popular in a large circle of friends. - The funeral ceremonies will take place at 10 a.m. Sunday at the family residence, interment to be made in I.O.O.F. cemetery.  R. E. Bevan & Son have charge of arrangements.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/25/1913, p1 - Death Summons Mrs. Garrison - Well Known Wheatland Woman Passed Away Yesterday Morning - Mrs. Mary A. Garrison, for many years a resident of Wheatland, died in that city yesterday morning.  She was one of the best known women in that section of Yuba county.  The  deceased was a native of Vermont, aged sixty-one years, nine months and twenty-nine days.  She had resided in this state for the last forty-nine years. - Mrs. Garrison is survived by her husband, A. N. Garrison, and aunt, Mrs. J. N. Brow, and a niece, Mrs. George E. Beilby, all of Wheatland.  The funeral, which is under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son, will be held from the late home on next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Interment will be made in the family plot at the I.O.O.F. cemetery in Wheatland.

Evening Democrat - 10/27/1913, p1 - Many Friends Present at Mrs. Garrison's Funeral - As a demonstration of the high esteem in which she was held, a concourse of friends turned out to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Mary A. Garrison, wife of A. N. Garrison, which was held from the home of the deceased in Wheatland Sunday morning at 10 o'clock under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son of this city.  Rev. M. Flannagan of the M. E. church of Wheatland officiated at the ceremony at the home and at the grave, burial having been made in the family plot of the cemetery at the place mentioned.  A choir composed of Miss Hattie Stagner, Mrs. Kaylor, Mrs. Plummer Enochs, Mrs. John Johnson and Dr. F. S. Howell assisted in the services by the rendition of several beautiful selections.  The casket bearers were friends of the deceased as follows:  A. C. Stagner, Plummer Enochs, Geo. Dalby, Thos. Akins, E. E. Roddan and A. H. Armstead.


Appeal Democrat - 8/19/1940, p1 - C. J. Garrow Sr., 76, Takes Own Life - Despondent over his inability to return to work, Charles J. Garrow, sr., about 76 years old, ended his life with a 12-gauge shotgun Monday morning at 8:45 o'clock while his daughter-in-law sat in the kitchen of their home, 806 H street, drinking coffee. - Garrow injured his foot two months ago while employed as a meat-cutter in the butcher department of Witt's Market, 4th and G streets, and has not been able to return to work.  That fact apparently had distressed him deeply and led to the suicide. - He lived with his son, C. J. Garrow, jr.  When Mrs. Garrow heard the explosion, she rushed next door, and the police were immediately summoned.  Officers Ed Wemple and Merrill Le Boeuf responded and conducted the investigation, with the aid of Coroner J. P. Sullivan, who took charge of the body. - The son of the elderly man had departed early Monday morning with Del Allen, trucking contractor, on a trip to Beckwith, and had not been reached by early afternoon to be told of the tragedy, nor had a complete list of relatives been ascertained.

Appeal Democrat - 8/21/1940, p3 - C. J. Garrow Rites - Rev. E. L. Fisher of the Methodist church conducted funeral rites for C. J. Garrow on Wednesday morning in the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan. - Cremation at Sierra View followed.  Garrow is survived by four brothers and two sisters, James Garrow and Alec Garrow of Stockton, Frank Garrow of Fresno, William Garrow of Chicago; Mrs. Irene Flynn and Mrs. Millie Heath of Oakland.


Daily Appeal - 5/13/1900, p1 - Death of Peter Garvey - Deputy Clerk F. Fred Eastman was informed yesterday afternoon that Justice of the Peace Peter  Garvey had died suddenly at his home at Greenville. - He had been in poor health for some time. - The deceased was a native of Wisconsin, and about 55 years of age.  He was the father of Miss  Maud Garvey, one of the teachers in the Grammar grade schools of this city.  Deceased had followed the occupation of mining for many years and was much respected in the community in which he resided. - Mr. Eastman accompanied Miss Garvey to her old home last evening.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/22/1882, p3 - Died:  In Bolinas, Marion county, Oregon, February 22d, Mrs. Rebecca Jane Gosherie, formerly of Ulster county, New York, aged 81 years and 2 months. - New York papers please copy.


Sacramento Daily Union - 4/18/1861 - Died:  In Forbestown, Butte county, April 12th, Ann C., wife of D. W. Gaskill, aged 31 years and 11 months.


Sacramento Daily Union - 4/18/1861 - Died:  In Forbestown, Butte county, April 13th, Mary E., daughter of Ann C. and D. W. C. Gaskill, aged 21 days.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/3/1895, p1 - Death of George Gates - A telegram was received by John Learmont on Sunday announcing the death of George A. Gates at Seattle on Saturday evening. - The deceased was a former resident of this city and kept books for the Empire foundry. - He was a member of Marysville Lodge No. 1656, Knights of Honor, and carried a policy in the beneficiary fund in the sum of $2,000.  Mrs. Wesley Walton, of Sutter county, is named as the beneficiary and she is to hold the money in trust for her son.  The deceased was a native of Michigan and 51 years of age.  His first wife was a Miss Hoskins, of this city.


Daily Democrat – 02/08/1895, p. 1 – LAID TO REST. – The Remains of Mrs. G. A. Gates Consigned to Mother Earth. – The funeral of the late Mrs. George A. Gates took place from the residence of W. J. Walton in Sutter county this forenoon.  The cortege, which was well attended, wended its way to the cemetery in this city where the interment took place. – Rev. C. H. Beechgood of the M. E. Church read the services at the house, and pronounced a fervent prayer at the grave.  The floral offerings of friends were numerous and of beautiful design. – The following gentlemen served as pall bearers:  Wm. Hardy, W. T. Ellis, Jr., Walter Blevin, H. W. Wills, Wm. Thomas and H. Blevin.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/9/1895, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. Gates - The funeral of Mrs. George A. Gates, of Seattle, who died at the residence of W. J. Walton, in Sutter county, took place yesterday. - Rev. C. H. Beechgood officiated at the house and at the city cemetery, where the interment took place. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers:  W. T. Ellis, Jr., H. W. Wills, William Hardy, Walter Blevin, William Thomas and H. Blevin.


Appeal Democrat - Fri 11/11/1955, p14 - Don Gault Succumbs - Donald Leonard Gault, 42, for many years a peace officer in Yuba County, died last night in Auburn following a lengthy illness.  He had been in failing health since 1951. - Gault, a native of Medford, Ore., had resided in this area for 23 years, and was a veteran of World War II. - During the greater part of his life he had served as a peace officer-with the Marysville Police Department, the Yuba County sheriff's office and as chief of police in Wheatland. - He is survived by his wife, Ann, of 1005 Camp Beale Rd.; six sons, Richard of Selma, Robert, serving with the U. S. Navy at San Francisco, Edward, Dean, Derrell and David of Marysville, and one granddaughter.  His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gault, also reside in Marysville, and a sister, Mrs. Ardith Hansen, lives in Paso Robles. - Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday, in Hutchison's Colonial Chapel, Marysville, with interment in Sierra View Memorial Park.


Oakland Tribute 06-21-1943 pg 23 - Gauthier-of 1329 106th Avenue, Oakland, June 19th, 1943, Katherine Mary Gauthier; beloved wife of the late Louis Gauthier; loving mother of Mrs. Mary C. Evans, Mrs. Josephine Thorps of Sacramento, Leon Francis Gauthier of Hayward and the late Erwin Gauthier; Sister of Miss Josephine Hochstrat of Colusa, Mrs. Mary Gauthier of Oakland and Mrs. Julius Schnitzius of San Francisco; a native of Missouri, aged 82 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the new Mortuary of C. P. Brannon, 6800 East 14th Street, Oakland, Tuesday, June 22, Bertrands Church for a Requiem Mass Commencing at 7:30. Entombment, Williams Cemetery, Williams, Ca. Recitation of the Rosary Monday Evening at 8 PM for further information call Trinidad 1011.
(Transcribed & submitted by April.)


Daily Appeal - 10/1/1873, p2 - Died:  In this city, September 29th, John Gavin, a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 57 years.  Funeral will take place from his late residence, Yuba street, between Sixth and Seventh, at half past 2 o'clock p.m. to-day.  Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.


Marysville Appeal - Tue 11/30/1925, p4 - Michael Gavin, Who Lived Here 71 Years, Dies - Michael T. Gavin, 71 years old, a native of Marysville, died Sunday night.  The house in which Gavin was born is located in the eastern section of the city and it was in that district that he resided all his life.  For many years he was clerk in a grocery store at Seventh and B streets. - He is survived by one brother, John Gavin, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Booth, Mrs. Katherine Santry and Miss Annie Gavin. - At 9 o'clock tomorrow morning mass will be said in St. Joseph's Catholic church.  Burial will take place in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan.


Appeal Democrat - Fri 9/10/1943, p3 - Funeral Services - A military salute by a firing squad from Camp Beale and taps blown by a soldier bugler closed the funeral rites for Leslie Gebhart, veteran of the last World War, who dropped dead in an orchard in District Ten, Tuesday. - The military rites followed funeral services in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel, with Rev. Douglas Decherd, pastor of the Methodist church of Marysville, officiating.  Organist was Miss Vasta Prentiss and soloist, Robert Smith.  Burial was in the Sierra View Memorial park. - Members of the Yuba-Sutter post, American Legion, serving as pallbearers were:  Edgar Gee, post commander, Carl Hamon, Al Wasley, William Bossen, Harry Skinner, and Clarence Galligan.


Daily Appeal - 12/21/1899, p4 - Died - In this city, December 20th, H. B. Gedney, a native of Missouri, aged 22 years.  Funeral notice hereafter.


Appeal Democrat - Mon 6/30/1930, p3 - Aaron B. Gee of Strawberry Dies - Aaron B. Gee, 67, rancher of the Strawberry Valley district for the last 23 years, died Sunday at his home in Strawberry Valley.  Death followed an extended illness. - Gee was a native of Missouri.  Surviving him are his widow, two daughters, Mrs. D. D. Bunnell and Miss Loretta Gee, both of Strawberry Valley; three sons, Robert E. Gee, Henry F. Gee and Benjamin F. Gee, all of Strawberry Valley; a brother George Gee of Marysville, and one grandchild, Bernice Gee. - Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan, with Rev. R. M. Huston officiating.

Appeal Democrat - Tue 7/1/1930, p1 - Funeral Services For Aaron B. Gee - Many friends of Aaron B. Gee at Strawberry valley attended his funeral services Tuesday at the chapel of Lipp and Sullivan in Marysville.  Rev. R. M. Huston officiated.  Walton Langdon sang, with Mrs. E. E. Monson as accompanist. - Interment was in the Marysville cemetery.  The casket bearers were M. E. Lawton, A. J. Modglin, H. S. Drake, O. C. Ermatinger, F. J. Silva and L. E. Schumaker.


Appeal Democrat - Thu 5/7/1931, p3 - Mrs. Dorothy Gee, Born In Sierra Co. 57 Years Ago, Dies - Mrs. Dorothy Gee, 57, born at Howland Flat, Sierra county, died Wednesday night at her home, 1116 G street, Marysville.  She was the widow of Aaron Gee and had lived in Marysville for the last eight months. - Surviving Mrs. Gee are two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bunnell of Healdsburg and Miss Loretta Gee of Marysville, three sons, Robert E. Gee, Henry F. Gee and Benjamin F. Gee, all of Marysville, a sister, Mrs. Anna Bomberg of San Pedro, and one granddaughter. - Funeral arrangements are in charge of Lipp and Sullivan.


Appeal Democrat - 2/23/1973, p4 - Obituaries:  Hing Gee, 70, of 302 Second St., Marysville, died yesterday at Marysville Convalescent Hospital.  His survivors include a step-brother, Herbert Gee of Sacramento. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel.


Appeal-Democrat – 07/08/1929, p. 1 – DEATH TAKES WILLIAM GEE – William E. Gee died Saturday night at his home in Marysville at the age of 70 years.  A native of Missouri, Gee had lived in California for 55 years, most of that time being a resident of Marysville. – He was a brother of George Gee, city superintendent of streets of Marysville.  He is also survived by another brother, A. B. Gee of Strawberry Valley. – Arrangements were made for the funeral services at 10 a. m. Monday at the chapel of Lipp and Sullivan, with Rev. B. F. Butts officiating and interment in the city cemetery.


Marysville Daily Democrat - 5/28/1897, p1 - A Woman Killed - She Registered at a Hotel Last Wednesday And Was Found Dead Early This Morning - The Body Was Identified - [First line of article unreadable.] at the National Exchange Hotel in Nevada City under the name of Mrs. Frances Zeitler, without giving her place of residence. During yesterday she went out on the street and returned again, apparently being a representative of some firm or business.  The proprietor of the hotel noticed that the woman did not eat at the hotel table yesterday and he thought she acted queerly, as she was not communicative as to her business or intentions. - At 10 o'clock last evening her room door was found open, but the woman was not in, nor did she return again during the night.  At an early hour this morning when visiting the woodshed, back of the hotel, the dead body of the strange woman was found.  A piece of a clothesline was tied to a rafter and the other end was around her neck, the body being cold, showing that death had resulted several hours before.  The woman's feet were within a few inches of the ground and a fruit box was near by, all of which would indicate deliberate suicide.  But when the body was taken down and an examination made, seven wounds were found on her person and her skull was fractured in four places.  The physicians said that the woman could not have hanged herself after the wounds were inflicted, therefore, the officers concluded that a murder had been committed. - She was quite large and well formed in figure, her age being about 45 years, but there was nothing found among her effects by which to identify her. - Back of the hotel there was a gate which was locked during the night and on it are finger marks of blood.  At another place a box was found against the fence and there were marks of blood on it and also on the fence, as if some person had climbed over from the inside, or had tried to do so.  The officers are at work on the case and they hope to soon learn something of the strange woman and of the murder, of which there is little doubt in the minds of those familiar with the circumstances. - This afternoon the dead woman was recognized as the wife of J. M. Gehrig, a brewer of Nevada City.  Mr. Gehrig says she left home Wednesday afternoon and he supposed she had gone visiting.  Opinion is somewhat divided as to the cause of death, murder or suicide.


Daily Appeal - 12/30/1877, p2 - Died:  In Yuba city, December 28th, John Gelzheuser, aged 48 years, 1 month and 17 days. - Friends are invited to attend the funeral from Masonic Hall in Yuba City this afternoon at 2 o'clock and move to the Marysville City Cemetery, where the remains will be interred in the family lot.

Daily Appeal - Tue 1/1/1878, p3 - Funeral of John Geltzhaeuser - The funeral of John Geltzhaeuser was largely attended on Sunday afternoon last, and held under the auspices of Enterprise Lodge No. 70, F. and A.M.  There were also present a delegation of Marysville Pioneers.  The following members of the Masonic Order and Pioneer Society acted as pall bearers:  Thomas A. Galbraith, J. H. Craddock, T. J. McCormick, Jonas Marcuse, J. Stafford and Joseph Chandon.  George W. Carpenter, M.W., acted as Chaplain at the grave, where the usual rites were observed.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/3/1917, p3 - Spanish-American War Veteran Is Buried - Charles Gemmon, Spanish-American war veteran, was buried Monday in the city cemetery in the G.A.R. plot with Rev. George McHatton officiating. - The funeral took place from the Bevan chapel and the interment was made under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.


Marysville Appeal - 12/3/1918, p5 - Frank Gengler Dies In France From Pneumonia - Frank Gengler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gengler, of this city, and nephew of Mayor Mat Arnoldy, is dead in France as a result of bronchial pneumonia, after escaping fatal injury and being gassed in two battles. - Gengler died October 12, according to word received by his parents from the war department last evening.  In a letter to his parents in September, Gengler said he was in a hospital suffering from a recent gas attack, and a letter later in that month said he had been wounded September 6. - Gengler was employed by the Marysville Fuel Company and was a conscientious worker.  Mayor Arnoldy said last night he never missed a man from his business so much as he missed his nephew. - No details were given regarding his death, but the mayor believes he must have insisted on being returned to his company for battle before he was strong, following the gas attack, as he was intensely patriotic. - Gengler was a member of Company E, 102nd Infantry, when he died, but had been with Company I, 161st Infantry.

Marysville Democrat - Mon 9/19/1921, p1 - Impressive Funeral Ceremonies For Victims Of The World War - Community Pays Respect As Bodies of Frank Gengler and William Norton Are Borne To Grave - Business in Marysville was practically suspended from 9 to 12 o'clock this forenoon while the funeral ceremonials of two veterans of the world war were being conducted.  The streets of the city seemed unusually quiet for a Monday morning and all the air a solemn stillness held.  The good people of this city were paying their last respects to the memories of Frank Gengler and William Norton, young men of this community who went overseas with the American services and died in France in the service of their country. - It seems but a few short days ago that both these young men were  mere youths in Marysville.  To their friends they were still only boys when their country called them to the colors.  To parents they were yet children, as it were; and they seemed so full of life and vigor when the departed for the training camps. - It is scarce three years since they died.  Today their remains were given high honors as befit a soldier and friends and relatives alike gathered around their coffins to mourn their passing. - When the boys departed for the training camps crowds cheered them at the depots as the trains pulled out.  Many were the fond farewells and wishes given them to hearten them for the hardships of war.  And many a mother's heart was saddened when she thought that her boy might not come back.  And how gladly all welcomed the returning soldier and sailor when he came home after the closing of the war. - Today marks a different sort of welcome - the sadness of meeting the silent remains of one who has taken a long trail a-winding and from which journey he will never come back. - All those whose loved ones came back alive and well have much to be grateful for today and they do well to join in sympathy with those who have only fond memories to treasure in their hearts. - In his sermon Rev. Father Guerin who officiated at the services, touched upon the lives of the deceased boys and the fact that they made the supreme sacrifice in response to their country's call; not because their country was in danger but because Democracy should rule the world over.  He also spoke of the boys who are now in hospitals, hopeless cripples. - The choir with Miss Celia Weber at the organ rendered appropriate music. - The funeral cortege following the body of Frank Gengler was the first to leave the church for the Catholic cemetery where the last rites were said and taps were sounded over his grave by the firing squad made up of American Legion members. - The interment of William Norton was made in the Yuba City cemetery where taps were sounded by the same firing squad. - The casketbearers for Gengler were Clarence Galligan, Elmer Booth, James Morrissey, John McDonald, Elmer Arnoldy and C. Ewton.  Those for Norton were Harold Pyne, Abe Schneider, Louis Sieber, Donald McDonald, L. Clyyma and James Morrissey.

Marysville Appeal - Tue 9/20/1921, p1 - Gengler and Norton Laid to Rest - Funeral Services Impressive - City Pays Respects to Heroes - Amid settings impressive, solemn and poignantly expressive of the respect of the citizens of Marysville and surrounding communities, the bodies of Frank Gengler and William Norton, local men, who met their deaths in France as soldiers of the United States of American in the World War, were yesterday morning borne to their last resting places near the surroundings in which they grew to manhood. - At 9:30 o'clock the funeral cortege assembled at Kelly Bros.' chapel, where the bodies had been resting in state in an interior invested with all the beauty that the red, white and blue of America and trinkets held dear to the heart of the warrior for the peace of God and mankind could inspire. - The two hearses bearing the remains of the heroes were escorted to St. Joseph's Catholic church by a guard of honor, composed of ex-service men, under Commander Francis Hall of the Yuba-Sutter Post of the American Legion. - Solemn requiem mass was sung by Rev. Father Patrick Guerin, assisted by Father Murphy of Sacramento, Father McCarthy of Weaverville, and Father James Healy of the Marysville parish.  The Catholic choir, with Miss Cecelia Weber as organist, rendered appropriate music. - The appearance of the caskets, draped in American flags, the banner under which Norton and Gengler bravely fought in the vanguard of the fighters for freedom of the world, was a sight that inspired all viewers with an appreciation of the sacrifice of the young men. - A general tribute to those who fought in the country's service was paid by Father Guerin in a fitting eulogy.  He referred to the brave deeds performed on the battlefields, and spoke of those who made the supreme sacrifice in a light that was replete with understanding. - He praised the American Legion and its work in his sermon.  That the government should make arrangements to care for men who had gone overseas and had returned disabled and in dire circumstances was his opinion, Father Guerin stated. - From St. Joseph's church the body of Gengler was taken to the Catholic cemetery, where it was interred.  Norton was buried in the Yuba City cemetery.  The Marysville school band marched in each procession. - Salutes were fired over each grave by squads of ex-service men.  The final rites at Norton's grave were said by Coroner J. K. Kelly. - The bearers of Gengler's casket were Clarence Galligan, Elmer Booth, James Morrissey, John McDonald, Elmer Arnoldy and C. Ewton.  Casket-bearers for Norton were Harold Payne, Abe Schneider, Louis Seiber, Donald McDonald, Leonard Clyma and James Morrissey. - Between the hours of 9 and 12 o'clock yesterday morning business houses in Marysville closed as a mark of respect to the memory of the two local boys and high school students were dismissed to attend the services. - The services throughout were marked by impressiveness and beauty.  Kelly Bros. were the recipients of many commendations on the manner in which they directed the funerals.  Their chapel, in which the bodies had lain since arrival here, was handsomely decked in greens, army rifles and flags (con't on page 4) [this page was not found to contain the completion of this article]


Marysville Appeal - 11/11/1923, p4 - Frank George Funeral Monday - Funeral services for the late Frank George, constable of Challenge, who dropped dead on Friday afternoon, will be held at the Indiana Ranch cemetery at 11 o'clock Monday morning.  The funeral services will be read by the officers of Forbestown Lodge No. 50, F. and A.M.  Interment will be made in the family plot in the Indiana Ranc[h] cemetery.  Mr. George will be at the Bevan Funeral Home until Monday morning.


Appeal Democrat - Tue 3/9/1943, p9 - Obituaries:  Graveside Rites - Graveside rites were being held in Sierra View memorial park this afternoon by Hutchison & Merz for Mortimer Gerald, 61, who died Sunday in a local hospital.  He was a native of Winnipeg, Canada, aged 61 years, and had lived in this community for 20 years. - A sister of decendent, Mrs. Ira Lough, resides in Genesee, Idaho.


Marysville Appeal - 11/6/1918, p4 - Jeffery Germain Dies - Jeffery Germain, 68 years of age and a native of Pennsylvania, died this morning at the Yuba County hospital from influenza.  R. E. Bevan & Son took charge of the remains, which were interred in the city cemetery.


Sacramento Bee – 3/11/1935 Pg. 8 – DEATHS – Gerst --- Near Strawberry Valley, Yuba County, March 8, 1935, Arthur J. Gerst, former resident of Antioch, husband of Virginia Gerst, father of Evelyn Green and of Robert Green of Antioch; a native of Iowa, aged 36 years. Burial in Antioch at a date to be determined later. 

 Pg. 9 – TWO MEN DIE AND SIX ESCAPE DEATH IN SNOW – Plumas Miners Are Led To Safety After Failure Of Tractor – Two men are dead in different parts of the high Sierra and six others escaped death after a bitter four-day battle against blinding snow and bitter winds. The dead were: Arthur Gerst, 32, of Antioch, frozen to death Saturday near Strawberry Valley, Yuba County. A.R. Stramer, 49, of Healdsburg, also frozen after becoming exhausted while traveling without snowshoes through two feet of fresh snow in Mariposa County. – Men Improvised Skis – The story of the rescue of six miners was unfolded last night in Blairsden, Plumas County. They used every available device from a tractor to improvised barrel-stave skis in their fight to escape death in the snow. They were guided into Blairsden  by two ski experts sent out to search for them Saturday. – Caught In A Blizzard – Those in the party, William Lee, Antone Costa, Lee Lumsden, Dave Mitchel, Pete Foley and Harold Fowler, were caught Wednesday in a blizzard. While they thawed out and ate their first meal since they were marooned by the storm, they told of their experience. – Found Shelter – They left the Ready Bullion Mine early Wednesday for Blairsden, twenty miles down the mountains, traveling on a snowmobile --- a tractor device used for traveling over snow. Before noon the storm howled upon them and piling drifts disabled the tractor. Without food, the men struggled through the snow, but were soon forced to take shelter in a deserted cabin at Mt. Elwell. Around the cabin the snow piled from four to ten feet deep. They remained there until Sunday morning, when they started out again on the skis made from barrel staves and boards. George and Ernest Jovich of Johnsville, who had been sent out to make the search, found them. – Miner Lost Snowshoe – The story of Gerst’s death was brought to Marysville by miners, who said he froze in a nine-foot snow bank a quarter of a mile from his cabin. It is believed he lost a snowshoe while making his way down a steep canyon from Slate Creek in Yuba County, where he had been mining. Dwellers in nearby cabins said they heard cries during the night, but mistook them for coyote yelps. They said Gerst must have floundered in the snow drift and was too exhausted to free himself. Stramer, who had been working at the Sweet Water Mine fourteen months, leaves a wife, Anna of Healdsburg. [According to the California Death Index, Arthur was 36 when he died.] (B. S.)


Marysville Daily Democrat - 9/24/1903, p5 - The Tomb:  At the Napa State Hospital, Sept. 23, 1903, Frederick William Gertz, a native of Prussia, aged 71 years. - - same paper, page 8 - Death of William Getz - Frederick William Getz, who was taken to the Napa State Hospital from Browns Valley two months ago, died there Wednesday and the remains arrived in this city on the local train this afternoon.  Undertaker Kelly has charge of the funeral, and burial will be Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock in Peoria cemetery.  Deceased leaves a wife and stepson.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 8/26/1913, p1 - Laborer Dies - William Getce, a laborer, died yesterday morning at the county hospital after a long illness.  He was a former Wheatland man and was well known in that section, and leaves to survive him one brother, who resides in Los Angeles.  The deceased was a native of Germany, being born there sixty-four years ago.  The funeral will be conducted under the auspices of Kelly brothers.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 8/27/1913, p8 - Getze Funeral - The funeral of William Getze will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from Kelly brothers' undertaking parlors and interment will be made in the city cemetery.  J. K. Kelly received word yesterday from the deceased's brother, F. A. Getze, who resides in Los Angeles, notifying him of what disposition to make of the body.


Daily California Express - Fri 8/26/1864, p2 - Died:  At Virginia City, after a short but severe illness, on the 21st inst., Fred. W. Getzler, formerly a resident of Marysville, aged 36 years, 8 months and 10 days.


Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/30/1966, p4 - Obituaries:  Funeral services are pending at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel in Marysville for Olliver Perry Ghrist, 68, a native of Fredonia, Kan., who died Saturday in Yuba General Hospital. - A retired miner, Ghrist made his home at 1839 E. Sixth Ave., Olivehurst.  A veteran of World War I, he had lived in this area 20 years. [cut off]



Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/25/1907, p4 - Died:  GIBLIN - In Yuba City, September 24, 1907, Thomas Biblin [sic], a native of Ireland, 67 years of age.  Funeral notice hereafter.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/25/1907, p5 - Thomas Giblin Is Dead In Yuba City - Thomas Giblin, who for many years was a prominent farmer in Linda Township died yesterday at the home of his daughter Mrs. William Conley in Yuba City. - The deceased was a native of Ireland and was aged about 67 years.  Besides his daughter Mrs. Conley he leaves the following children:  Mrs. E. H. Kupp of Oregon, Miss Julia Giblin and Joseph Giblin of San Francisco.  The deceased was an uncle of Giblin Brothers, well known residents of Sutter County. - He was admitted to citizenship in the District Court of Sutter County in 1869.  He was considered a very honest man in all his dealings with the public, was a hard working rancher and a devout member of the Catholic church. - The deceased came from Ireland many years ago and was very devoted to the land of his birth.  He is one of the good old pioneer residents of this section that every one knew and respected for his many good qualities. - The remains are at the undertaking parlors of Kelly Bros. and the funeral notice will be published later.


Sacramento Daily Union - 5/16/1860 - Died:  At Forbestown, Butte county, May 13th, Charlie, son of J. L. and N. W. Gibson, aged 3 years and 1 month.


Appeal-Democrat – 09/30/1944, p. 3 – James W. Gibson – Funeral services for James W. Gibson, 80, were held today at 2 p. m. from Lipp and Sullivan chapel.  Interment will be held in Sutter City Cemetery. – Gibson died at a local hospital yesterday.  He leaves a son, M. C. Gibson of Yuba City, a sister, Mrs. Joseph Allsup of Oklahoma, [?] Mrs. Rill Wilcoxon of Texas, and a brother, Jim Gibson of Oklahoma.  He is also survived by four grandchildren.


Marysville Evening Democrat - 2/13/1923, p4 - Gibson Funeral Today - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Gibson were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the Kelly chapel with Mrs. Minnie Oats, practitioner from the Church of Christ, officiating.  Interment was made by Lipp and Sullivan in the city cemetery.


 Weekly Appeal – 10/22/1875, Pg. 3 – Fatal Accident – On the 14th instant, Augustus Giles, a young man in the employ of the Diamond Spring Mill Company, in Plumas county, was crushed to death by being caught under an upset wagon loaded with logs. It is said the deceased has a brother residing in Sutter county.  (B .S.) 

Weekly Appeal – 10/29/1875, Pg. 4 – [ From Saturday’s Daily] – The Fatal Accident at Diamond Mill.---A correspondent of the Appeal writing from the above named mill, gives the particulars of the killing of A. P. Giles, whose death was announced a few days ago. The writer says: Below you find the facts of a sad and fatal accident, which happened at this Saw Mill, or rather in the woods near the mill, on Friday the 15th instant, at about 10:30 o’clock. The log teams, three in number, were in the woods loading logs for the mill. A young man named Giles was one of the wagon tenders; his team was loaded and started for the mill; he was going to attend the brake for a short distance; the wagon overturned and Giles attempted to make his escape out under the wagon, or out under the hind part of the log; his head came in contact with the crow-bar, which stunned him, (crow-bar sticks in the hind bunk of wagon). So that the overturning log and wagon were on him, the log striking him on the back dislocating his neck and literally breaking his back fro his shoulders to hips. Death was instant. Plenty of assistance was on the spot immediately. The lifeless body was conveyed to the lodging house of the mill, and everything was done decently and in order. The funeral services were performed at Strawberry Valley, where a large procession followed the remains to its final resting-place. Augustus P. Giles, nineteen years old, was a native of Cornville, Summersett county, Maine. He had been here something over a year. He leaves a widowed mother there, and other friends and kindred. His brother was present at the funeral. Young Giles was a man of good habits, and very much esteemed by all who knew him.  (B. S.)


Democrat - 4/3/1922, p8 - Ray Gillette Died Sunday - Ray G. Gillette, well known young man of Linda township, died last night from an attack of the influenza.  He was 40 years of age and a native of California.  He is survived by his wife, Ruth [Ruth Alice Nichols Gillette], and two children, Irma and Harold Gillette.  He was the son of Mrs. C. R. Gillette of San Leandro.  He leaves one brother, Archie, and three sisters, Mrs. P. O. Huffaker of Fruitvale, Mrs. W. L. Reed of Los Molinos and Alta Gillette of San Leandro.  The remains are in charge of Kelly Bros.  Deceased had been ill for the past few weeks.  Some time ago he was badly burned while at work on a tractor in Sutter county.


Evening Democrat - 5/5/1913, p4 - Pioneer Liveryman Has Paid Nature's Debt - James Gillispie, an old time resident of this city, who died at the county hospital Saturday afternoon as the result of gangrene infection, was buried in the city cemetery Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock under the direction of Undertaker R. E. Bevan.  The deceased was a native of Pennsylvania, aged 75 years.  For several years he conducted a livery stable on C street in this city and was well known to a large number of residents of the district.  Recently one of his feet was trampled by a horse.  Neglecting to secure medical treatment at the time, the foot became infected with gangrene and in an effort to save his life the leg infected was amputated about a week ago.  He leaves no relatives with the exception of a divorced wife.


Daily Appeal - Tue. 1/27/1863, p2 - Died:  In this city, January 25th of Congestive Chills, Andrew S., youngest son of J. H. and Maria Gillmore, aged 2 years, 2 months and 28 days. - The funeral will take place at the residence of the parents, Hospital Warden's rooms, to-day, at 2 o'clock P.M.  Friends are respectfully invited to attend. - Milwaukie, Wisconsin, papers please copy.


Marysville Appeal - Wed 10/30/1918, p5 - Niece of Mrs. Clyma Dies of Influenza - Yuba City, Oct. 29 - Mrs. Minnie Clyma of this city has been called to Gridley by the death of her niece, Mrs. Eva Gilmore, at Spring Gardens, Plumas County.  Mrs. Gilmore was formerly Miss Eva Williston of Yuba City, where she is well-known.  The remains have been sent to Gridley, where the funeral will take place. Death was from pneumonia, following influenza.


Marysville Daily Democrat - Tue 3/4/1890, p1 - Death of a Former Resident - The San Francisco Call of Monday has the following item regarding a former resident of Marysville:  "John H. Gilmore, father of the well-known politician and prominent member of Irish societies of the same name, died in this city yesterday of pneumonia, after an illness of but two days.  Deceased was 68 years of age and well-known throughout the State, having at one time been the agent of Stephen J. Field in Yuba county and later Warden of the county hospital at Marysville.  He was a brother of the musician and band leader, Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore."


Appeal Democrat December 19, 1977 pg A-4 - Gilpatric Rites Set - Life-long Sutter County resident Frank J. Gilpatric Jr., 77, of 1217 Hillcrest Ave., Yuba City, died last night at Fremont Hospital. Walton fireman were called to the residence about 8:30 p.m. yesterday after Gilpatric suffered a possible heart attack. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital where he died. The Sutter County native was the son of Frank J. Gilpatric and Martha Coats Gilpatric early Sutter County residents. He had been a petroleum distributor since 1924. In the U.S. Cavalry during World War 1. He was a member of the American Legion and the Marysville Rotary Club. Survivors include his wife, Cecilia, and two sons, James F. Gilpatric and Frank L. Gilpatric, all of Yuba City; two daughters, Shirley Cooley of Yreka and Annette Smith of Watsonville and 10 grandchildren. A requiem Eucharist will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Johns's Episcopal Church in Marysville with Rev. Donald west officiating. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery, with arrangements by Ullrey Memorial Chapel. (A.H.)


Daily Democrat - 2/13/1891, p4 - Died:  Near Sutter City, February 13, 1891, Charles B. Girdner, a native of California, aged 23 years, 5 months and 1 day. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from Mount Vernon  Church, Sunday, February 15, 1891.


Marysville Daily Appeal August 9, 1908 Sunday pg 5 - Sutter Pioneer Dies at Livermore - Joseph Girdner will be buried at Sutter City on Monday
Sutter City, August 8 - Joseph Girdner, one of the best known farmers in Northern California and for years a resident of this place, died at Livermore yesterday afternoon. The body reached Marysville this evening at 5:15 and was taken in charge by R. E. Bevan. The funeral services will be held at the Methodist Church South in this city Monday morning at 11 o'clock and interment will be in the Sutter City cemetery. Mr Girdner was a native of Kentucky and was 79 years and 10 months old at the time of his death. He came with his parents to California in 1849 and after reaching a man's estate worked on the America river mines near Auburn, Placer County. He then went to Marysville and was interested in a hotel business for some time finally coming to this section and buying one of the finest ranches on the Sacramento River. Mr Girdner married Catherine H Brittan, a native of Missouri, who came to California during girlhood and died in this county, leaving nine children: They are: Mary, Georgia Anne, wife of George A Pratt of Yreka, Josephine W., Henry T., Mark A., and Leroy E Girdner. Thomas B., C. B. and Joseph M., three sons of the deceased died some years ago.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
Marysville Daily Appeal Tuesday August 11, 1908 pg 5 - Girdner's Funeral Was Largely Attended - Sutter City, August 10. - The funeral of Joseph Girdner took place this morning at 11 o'clock from Mt. Vernon ? this city. Rev. Mr Needham of Yuba City officiated. The funeral was largely attended. Music was furnished by a choir consisting of Profes- ?, R. H. Hawley, Miss Hamby and Mrs G. S. Wadsworth. Interment was in the Sutter City cemetery. The following acted as pallbearers: D. J. McLean, Irwin Griffith, ? Duncan, W. C. Gibson, G. W. De? and Judg. Stabler.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)


Appeal Democrat 03-01-1960 pg 4 - Josephine Girdner - Girdner - Jospehine Girdner, 93, a native of Sutter County and a member of an old-time pioneer family in the area, died yesterday morning in a Yuba City hospital following a short illness. Her father, Joseph Girdner was a pioneer resident of Sutter County and the Brittan school was named after her mother, Virginia's family. Survivors include four nieces, Mrs. Ray Randall, Inverness, Mrs. D. E. King, East Biggs, Mrs. Sherman K Burke and Miss Margaret Girdner, San Francisco. Funeral services are scheduled at Ullrey Memorial Chapel at 2 pm tomorrow with Rev. Harry Vise of the Yuba City First Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Sutter Cemetery.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)


Marysville Daily Appeal January 21, 1886 pg 2 - Died - In Sutter County, eight miles south of Meridian, January 20th. T. B. Girdner aged 23 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the M.E. Church South Butte this Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)


Marysville Daily Democrat November 30, 1892 Wednesday - DEATH OF MRS GIRDNER - The Estimable Lady Crosses the Dark River at an Unexpected Moment. - Mrs Verinda Girdner, beloved wife of Joseph Girdner, one of the earliest and best known residents of Sutter county, died very unexpectedly at the Ridge Home, in Sacramento yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock. The lady had been suffering with a very painful disease for several months, and a few weeks ago she was brought from her home near Sutter City to Marysville and comfortably located at the New Western Hotel where she could receive closer attention from her physician. It was subsequently ascertained that her disease was of the nature to necessitate a delicate operation and for that purpose she was removed to Sacramento where the operation was performed about one week ago, and it was thought , very successfully. Her husband who had been constantly by her side during the trying ordeal  returned to his home Monday evening and informed inquiring  friends of her seemingly hopeful condition and when the sad news of her death arrived yesterday it was least expected and it was a severe shock to her family and friends. There is no lady in Sutter county who during her long residence there, enjoyed a larger circle of friends or was more universally esteemed than the deceased and her unexpected departure from this world will be mourned by them all. Deceased was a sister of Mr Geo E Brittan and besides a devoted husband and numerous relatives , she leaves a family of several sons and daughters, all of whom are grown - Mrs Geo Pratt, of Honcut being one of the daughters. The remains will arrive here on the 5 o'clock train this evening but the Democrat was unable to ascertain the time of the funeral for this issue.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)


Marysville Democrat - 7/5/1921, p1 - Joseph Gladue, 80 years of age and a native of Canada died Sunday at the Rideout hospital.  Death was due to shock from Saturday's fire and the infirmities of old age.  Deceased had been in ill health for the past year or more and death was not unexpected.  He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. James Grigsby of Marysville. - The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning from the Bevan  Funeral Home and interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery here. - Temporary entombment was made in the receiving vault at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.  The interment will be later.


Sacramento Bee, November 2, 1906 - DEATHS - Nov. 3rd in Germany, death of ISAAC GLAZIER leading cigar dealer in Marysville, corner of 2nd and D Streets.


Marysville Appeal - 8/4/1898, p1 - William F. Goad Dead - Attorney William F. Goad, a former resident of Colusa, and a prominent citizen of this State, died in San Rafael yesterday. - The deceased was a member of Colusa Lodge, No. 39, F. and A.M., of Washington Royal Arch Chapter, No. 13, of Marysville Council, No. 3, R. and S.M., and of Marysville Commandery, No. 7, K.T.


Marysville Weekly Appeal – June 18, 1875 – Died –At Big Valley, Lassen County, May 19th, Daniel L. Goble, aged 27 years and 6 months; only son of E. Goble, Esq., of Strawberry Valley. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)

Lassen Valley Advocate – 5/29/1875 – Died In Big Valley, Lassen Co., May 19th, D. L. Goble. On Sunday morning last, Mr. Goble, the father of the young man Goble who died in Big Valley last week, went through here with the intention of raising the body of his son and to bury it at his home in Strawberry Valley. (B. S.)


Daily Democrat - 2/12/1891, p4 - Died:  In Strawberry Valley, February 9, 1891, Ebenezer Goble, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 76 years.

Daily Appeal – 2/17/1891 – Death of E. Goble From Accidental Injuries – A Brownsville correspondent furnishes the following particulars of an accident which resulted fatally to a well-known pioneer of Yuba county:  “A sad and most deplorable accident which occurred on Monday, February 9th, threw a gloom over our community. E. Goble, one of our old and respected pioneer citizens, who, owing to his advanced years, and a stroke of paralysis which afflicted him a few years since has been of late in an enfeebled condition, while out on his ranch endeavoring to pass the time, by clearing up a little brush, attempted to light a fire, and while so doing it is supposed (very little can be positively known, as when found he was beyond speech), his clothing caught fire, and before, in his feeble state, he could extinguish the flames or give the alarm to others, he was fatally burned. Early in the morning his wife and daughter (Mrs. Dr. Crossman, of Brownsville), becoming uneasy at his delay, the latter started out to find him, and call him to lunch, when she met neighbors who had only a few moments previous to this found Mr. Goble, alas, to late to save his life or limit his sufferings. He died about an hour after being brought to his home, and was conscious, in a faint degree almost to the last. The shock to his family is a most severe and terrible one, and also to the whole vicinity, throughout which he had many friends, who will ever remember him as a man of sterling character, honest in all his dealings, a kind neighbor and a good citizen. He came to California at an early day, and for nearly forty years resided in Strawberry Valley. He was a prominent Democrat, and some years since was the chosen one of his party for candidate of the Assembly – only failing to win the election by one vote.  His funeral took place on Wednesday at 11 a. m., and was attended by all his old townsmen, as well as by a large number of friends from miles distant. The pall-bearers numbered J. H. Drake, Y. L. Birmingham, J. Yolind, William Crane and two other gentlemen whose names I could not learn. The services were conducted by the Rev. A. Jones, of Brownsville.” (B. S.)


Daily Appeal – 12/08/1899, p. 4 – Passing of an Aged Woman. – The intelligence reached this city yesterday that Mrs. Goble, the aged wife of the late E. Goble, whose serious illness had heretofore been noted in the Appeal, had succumbed to her afflictions at Brownsville on Tuesday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Crossman of that place.  The last services for the deceased were held in Brownsville yesterday.  The interment was had in the cemetery at Strawberry Valley of which place the deceased had been a resident for many years.


Sacramento Daily Bee - April 8, 1863 - Deaths at Marysville April 5th Mrs. Eva GOEDDELL aged 43 yrs 11 mos. (R.T.)


Marysville Democrat - 1/25/1924, p4 - Mrs. Carl Goetz of Sutter County Dies - Death last night claimed Mrs. Elizabeth Goetz, wife of Carl Goetz of Sutter county.  Mrs. Goetz died about 7:30 o'clock at the Sisters hospital in Sacramento at the age of 63 years.  She had been ill for the past seven weeks.  She was a native of Illinois and has been a resident of Sutter county for the past ten years, making her home in the vicinity of Tudor, Sutter county. - She is survived by the following children:  Mrs. Elizabeth Troncatty, Mrs. Jack Ashford, Adam C. Goetz, Louis E. Goetz, Frank H and Antone Goetz all of Sutter county. - Funeral services will be held next Monday morning at 10 o'clock from St. Joseph's Catholic church here and interment made in the Catholic cemetery by Lipp & Sullivan.  The remains will be at the home of Antone Goetz in Sutter county after 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon until the time of the funeral. - Mrs. Goetz was a good Christian woman, who was always working toward the betterment of the community in which she lived and looked to the comfort of those in need.  She was active in club and social activities. - Although she had been confined to her home for the past year by sickness she was a patient sufferer and never lost courage and had a cheerful word for everyone. - She spent her girlhood days at Fort Smith, Arkansas, with her parents where she became the wife of Carl Goetz.  Later they moved to Sutter county locating near Tudor. - She was held in high esteem by her many friends who will regret to hear of her death.


Alta California – 10/19/1852, Pg. 2 – DIED – At Long Bar, Yuba, 13th inst., Mons. Charles Goggosio, a native of France, aged about 65 years.  (B. S.)


Marysville Evening Democrat - 12/1/1908, p6 - Died At Camptonville - William Goldthwaite, one of the old residents of Camptonville, passed away there Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, his death being rather unexpected.  Deceased had resided for many years at Camptonville, where he was well and favorably known, says the Grass Valley Union.  He followed mining and other pursuits, and at the time of his death was aged about 70 years.  He leaves a family of grown sons and daughters.


Appeal Democrat - 5/3/1941 p4 - Manuel F. Gomes Passes At Home - Manuel F. Gomes, 74, one of Marysville's long established business men, passed away at his home, 701 Sixth street, at about 2:30 p.m. Friday, after an illness of several months.  He was the head of the Star Ice Cream & Butter Co., as well as its manager, being assisted in the management by his son, Manny Gomes. - Deceased was a native of Galveston, Tex., where he was born in 1868.  His boyhood was mostly spent in the Azores, however, where he obtained most of his schooling.  At the age of 16 he came to the United States and to San Francisco, where he took an additional two years of schooling.  - Became Stockman:  Early in life he entered into the raising of cattle and sheep and prospered to the extent that the [sic] owned several large ranches at times, and engaged also in orcharding and the vineyard business.  In 1912 he entered the creamery business, forming a partnership with Martin Sullivan and the late Herman Berg, taking over the Marysville Creamery on E street, which had been established a few years earlier.  They moved the plant and improved it.  In 1925 this company was merged with the Star Ice Cream & Butter Co., and the partners continued in control, Gomes being the manager. - Feted Golden Anniversary:  Gomes was a native of Galves-man throughout his career, but was also an ardent sportsman, a prominent member of Marysville Lodge of Elks and an equally prominent and popular Rotarian.  For several years he kept a stable of racing dogs, with which he won many cups and other trophies.  He was a crack shot in the old National guard company here. - Deceased celebrated with his wife their golden anniversary on November 12 last.  They were married by the late Rev. Father Coleman in 1890, she being the former Miss Ida Erich of Sutter county. - Two Children Survive:  Surviving with Mrs. Gomes are the son, Manny, daughter Cecelia Gomes, granddaughter Roberta Gomes, all of Marysville, and a brother, Joseph F. Gomes, of Sutter county. - Rosary services will be held at the Gomes home at 8 p.m. Sunday.  Mass will be said in St. Joseph's Catholic church Monday at 9 a.m.  The arrangements are in charge of Hutchison & Merz.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/16/1913, p8 - Local Resident Dies At Home On C Street:  Peter R. Gomez Answers Last Summons - Peter R. Gomez died yesterday morning at his home on C street.  The deceased was a well known resident of Marysville, where he had resided for many years.  He was a native of California and fifty years old at the time of death. - Peter Gomez is survived by the following brothers and sisters:  J. C. Costa, R. Gomez, C. Gomez, Miss Gomez and Mrs. Mary Mayfield of Sutter county.  The funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of R. E. Bevan & Son.  Interment will take place tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Brownsville cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/18/1913, p1 - Gomez Interred - The remains of Mike [sic]  Gomez were interred in the Brownsville cemetery yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The services were conducted by Rev. Will Stuart Wilson.


Daily Appeal – 1/30/1901, Pg. 4 – BROWNSVILLE BUDGET – What is Going on in the Little Foothill Town – Mr. Thomas Gomez passed away at his home near Clayton Ranch, Friday morning. He suffered an attack of pneumonia and was sick only two or three days. His remains were brought for interment. The deceased was a member of Brownsville Lodge I. O. O. F., and the services were conducted by Noble Grand E. G. Twogood, assisted by Chaplain D. W. Albert and Rev. Mr. Emigh of Forbestown. A goodly number were present.  (B. S.)


Daily appeal – 7/09/1878, Pg. 3 – DIED.----Gone Gong, a native of China, aged 87 years, connected with the Chinese wash-house on E street, near the northwest corner of Third, died on Saturday and was given a respectable burial on Sunday afternoon.  (B. S.)


Daily Appeal – 7/17/1878 – DIED – In this city, July 15th, at the Chinese Hospital, On Gong, aged 14 years. The deceased was buried yesterday afternoon in the City Cemetery.  (B. S.)


Appeal Democrat October 31, 1985 pg A-4 - Leota Gonzales - Funeral services are set for Friday for Marysville resident Leota Bernice Gonzales, 73, who died Tuesday at Marysville Convalescent Hospital. She was a lifetime resident of this area. She is survived by two daughters, Noretta Pugh of Sacramento and Juana Sloan of Roseville; one son, Thomas Staas of Citrus Heights; one brother, Harvey Thomas of Yuba City and nine grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. visitation will be from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday at Ullrey memorial Chapel. Graveside services will be at 2 pm Friday at Sutter Cemetery.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)



Appeal Democrat Friday November 10, 1978 - Perfecto Daniel Gonzain [sic] Sutter Memorial Hospital, 58, of 1021 Ella Ave., Marysville, a life long resident of this area died Wednesday 28, 1920 in Sutter Memorial Hospital, Sacramento. Born May 28, 1920, in Marysville, he was a roofer for Meyers Roofing Co. He served with the Army during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Leota of Marysville, a son , Danny Gonzales of Sacramento, a stepson, Tom Staas of Sacramento, two stepdaughters, Juana Slone and Noretta Pugh, both of Sacramento, his mother, Mary Confictero of Gerber, four sisters, Angelina Rodriquez, Georgina Garcia, Carmen Newman and Rose Reed, all of Yuba City, five brothers, Domingo and Ernest Gonzales of Marysville, Manuel Gonzales of Gerber, Daniel Gonzalez of Anderson and Bill Gonzales of Red Bluff and nine grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 am Monday in Ullrey Memorial Chapel with burial following in Sutter Cemetery.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)



Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 12/8/1896, p4 - Died at Bangor - Frederick Ernest Gooch, who died at Bangor on Sunday, had a number of friends in this city.  He has been on the sick list for the past few years and was treated by a number of physicians including some in this city.  He ran the Leech flume for several years and did considerable business as a contractor when he had good health. - He also owned a ranch.  He was a native of Maine and forty-five years of age.  He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss. - The deceased was an honorable and upright man and his death will be regretted by his many friends.


Marysville Appeal - Thu 10/31/1918, p4 - Funeral For Ivor Gordon at 9 Today - Funeral services for the late Ivor W. Gordon will be held from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Gordon, 412 D street, this morning at 9 o'clock.  Rev. Mark Rifenbark, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, will officiate.  The remains will be sent to Sacramento for cremation.  Kelly Brothers have charge of funeral arrangements.



Weekly Appeal – 11/19/1880 – DIED – In this city, November 13th, Iva, infant daughter of Wm. T. and Lavina Gore, aged 1 month and 8days.  (B. S.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/29/1878, p2 - Died:  At French Corral, January 22d, Emma Gorman, aged 5 years, 4 months and 28 days.


Daily Appeal – 7/11/1888 – DEATHS – In Marysville, July 10th Mrs. Margaret Gorman, a nativeof California, aged 29 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph’s Cathedral tomorrow (Thursday) morning at 10 o’clock.  (B. S.)


Appeal Democrat - 8/29/1948 - GORWOOD SERVICES ARE SET FOR MONDAY - Funeral services for Arthur Gorwood will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in the Sierra View chapel with Rev. Bernard W. Lowry of the First Methodist church of Yuba City officiating.  Entombment will follow in the Sierra View mausoleum.  Hutchinson's Colonial chapel is in charge of arrangements. - Gorwood came to Marysville in 1914 and for many years was Studebaker and Cadillac distributor at First and D Sts.  He was also a past president of the Marysville Chamber of Commerce and in later years was engaged in the real estate business, which he continued until his retirement, about eight years ago due to ill health.


Marysville Appeal - Sat. 5/1/1926, p1 - W. H. Goss, Local Carpenter, Is Dead - W. H. Goss, a resident of Marysville for the last 17 years died at 10 o'clock last night at his home, 514 I street.  He was a native of Wales and was 67 years old.  He was a carpenter by occupation. - Surviving him are his widow, Katherine Goss, two sons, W. H. Goss, Jr., and Albert G. Goss, all of Marysville; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Defty and Mrs. Annie Harris, both of Los Angeles, and a brother, Edward Goss, also of Los Angeles. - The remains are at the parlors of Lipp & Sullivan, who will announce funeral arrangements later.



Daily Appeal – 11/14/1893, p. 1 – A Pioneer Dead. – Death has claimed among its victims another Yuba county pioneer. – Lawrence Gottig, who died in San Francisco a few days ago, resided at Foster’s Bar in this county in early days, where he was engaged in the mercantile business under the firm name of Gottig & Shoeman, He went to reside in Gibsonville in 1858, and from there he went to Benicia, where he became agent of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company.  He then located in San Francisco, where he became President of the German Savings and Loan Society.  He was about 66 years of age.


Appeal Democrat – 11/23/1962 – Funeral services for Clifford P. Gottwals, 58, a native of Marysville, were scheduled today at the Chapel of Ted Keech’s Santa Clara Funeral Home in Santa Clara. He was a member of the Alumni Association of the University of Santa Clara and the San Jose Lions Club.   Survivors include his wife, Verna F. Gottwals of Santa Clara, and two sons, Donald C. Gottwals and David F. Gottwals, both of Santa Clara. There is also one grandson.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe)


Appeal Democrat - 5/3/1941 p4 - Youth, 14, Dies - Raymond Goyeneschea jr., 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goyenechea of 208 A street, Marysville, died Saturday morning at the family home after a brief illness.  The youth had been an eighth grade student at Notre Dame school. - Surviving besides his parents are two sisters, Rosie and Dolores Goyenechea.  He was a native of Marysville. - Funeral services will be held after the interment services, on account of the fact that death resulted from a contagious disease. - The interment rites will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Sierra View Memorial park, and will be strictly private, it was announced by Lipp & Sullivan.  Mass will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and will be attended by schoolmates.  (Transcribed and submitted by April.)


Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/22/1966, p14 - Obituaries:  Funeral services are pending in Nevada City for Herman Jack Graham, 54, of Smartville, who died Friday following surgery at Miners Hospital in Nevada City. - A native of Missouri, he had lived in the  Smartville area for more than 30 years.  He was a welder. - He is survived by a son, Stephen of Yuba City; a daughter, Patty of Yuba City; and by a sister, Ruth. - Services are pending at the Bergemann & Son Funeral Chapel in Nevada City.

Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/23/1966, p6 - Obituaries:  Funeral services are scheduled tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Bergemann & Son Funeral Chapel in Nevada City for Herman J. Graham, 54, of Smartville, who died Friday following surgery at Miner's Hospital in Nevada City.  Interment will be in Forest View Cemetery, Nevada City.


Rabbit Creek Journal – July 2003 – A Loss To Great – On Sunday, July 13,  My brother, John Grannell (also known by many as Johnny G.) died. It’s not right for me to say that he was just my brother. Johnny had brothers and sisters all over Strawberry Valley, the rest of the foothills and beyond. The idea that we’ll never see him driving his covered wagon again is totally incomprehensible to me. I’m sure there are many, many who share my thoughts. God speed, Johnny. Ann Grannell Canciamilla, Forbestown. Services will be held Saturday, July 19, at 2 p. m. at the Strawberry Valley Cemetery.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/17/1903 - Grant - In this city, December 16th, 1903, George Burdette Grant, a native of Hartford, Conn., aged 73 years, 4 months and 8 days. - The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at R. E. Bevan's Undertaking parlors, under the auspices of Corinth Post.  Interment, G.A.R. plot, city cemetery.


Appeal - Democrat - Fri. 8/23/1985, p A-5 - Former Yuba Sheriff Grant succumbs - Former Yuba County Sheriff James Grant Jr., 43, was discovered collapsed in the shower of his Yuba City home yesterday and was pronounced dead at Rideout Hospital. - An autopsy is planned to determine the cause of death of Grant, who won an upset victory at age 32 over incumbent Sheriff Gary Miller but was defeated for re-election by current Sheriff Robert Day in 1978. - Grant awoke about 8 a.m. yesterday complaining of pain in his stomach, but he was feeling much better later in the morning, the Yuba County Sheriff-Coroner's Office reported. - As the noon hour approached, Grant, a realtor, began to take a shower for a 1 p.m. appointment, family members said. - When someone called the home for Grant, his step-daughter, Cinda Makris, knocked on the door of the bathroom but got no response.  Concerned, she and a friend attempted to pick the lock using a bobby pin.  When that failed, they contacted a neighbor and the Sutter County Sheriff's Office. - Entry to the bathroom was gained before deputies arrived.  He was found collapsed in the shower. - Grant was a deputy sheriff in Yuba County for seven years previous to becoming the first security chief at the Linda campus of Yuba College in 1972. - It is believed that he is the youngest man ever elected sheriff in Yuba County. - At the time of his election, Grant served as a member of the Olivehurst Public Utility District board of directors and was past vice-president of the Linda-Olivehurst Civic Association. - As sheriff, he was appointed to the California Council on Criminal Justice by then Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., and he was named to the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training Advisory Committee. - He held a teaching credential and had been an instructor at Yuba College. - He was a native of Kannapolis, N.C., and he attended elementary schools in Georgia, Florida and California.  He attended high school in Florida, and at the American Dependent School on Okinawa in the Pacific. - He took college courses at Yuba College, Santa Rosa Junior College, University of Maryland Overseas Europe branch, University of California, Berkeley, and Sacramento State University. - He served in the Army from 1962-65 as a cryptographic specialist. - Survivors include his wife, Janet, and step-daughter, and two other daughters, Beth Grant and Katie Grant; and his mother, Aurora Grant of Olivehurst.  His father, James Grant Sr., died recently. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel.

Appeal-Democrat - 8/24/1985, p A-6 - James H. Grant Jr.- Funeral services for former Yuba County Sheriff James Harvey Grant Jr. are planned for 2 p.m. Monday at Sierra View Mortuary. - Grant, 43, collapsed at his home in Yuba City Thursday and died of an aneurism - the rupturing of a blood vessel - in the brain, the Yuba County Sheriff's Office reported. - The Rev. Gary Adams of St. John's Episcopal Church will officiate.  Yuba County Sheriff Robert Day said an honor guard from his department will attend the funeral service. - Survivors include Grant's wife, Janet Van Pelt Grant, three daughters, Cynda Markis-Grant, Beth Grant and Katie Grant, all of Yuba City; and his mother, Aurora Grant of Olivehurst. - Friends may visit Hutchison and Carnes Colonial Chapel Saturday and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. - Burial will be in Sierra View memorial Park.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/13/1907, p1 - Stillman Grant Laid At Rest - The funeral of the late Stillman Grant took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from his late home in Cordua district and was attended by many friends.  The Rev. Fred Sheldon, pastor of the M. E. church, officiated at the house and at the City Cemetery, where the interment took place. - The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers:  A. Boomer, John Schonlaw, Fred Groh, P. L Wisdom, F. B. Kupser and D. G. Hartman.


Democrat – 10/12/1925, p. 2 – FUNERAL MRS. GRASS HELD THIS MORNING – Funeral services for the late Mrs. Sophie Grass were held this morning at 9 o’clock at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with Rev. Patrick Bennett reading the mass, assisted by Miss Nell Skinner at the organ and Cyril Smith singing.  Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery where Rev. Patrick Kennedy officiated.  Lipp & Sullivan had charge of the funeral arrangements with the following acting as casket bearers:  John Carstenbrook, Will Peardon, Phil McCune, Charles J. McCoy, Peter J. Delay, Louis Burney, Tom Gleason and James Chapman.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/6/1878, p2 - Died:  In Yuba City, December 4th, Emma V., beloved wife of Oscar E. Graves, aged 28 years. - Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral from the M. E. Church, in Yuba City to-day, at 1 o'clock p.m.


Daily Appeal - Fri 11/11/1887, p2 - Deaths:  At the residence of Samuel Harding, in Yuba county, November 7th, Frank Graves, a native of Michigan, aged 37 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the A. P. Barnes' undertaking parlors to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.


Sacramento Bee August 23, 1863 - Died Aug 23rd Frank Howard son of  I. H. GRAVES 1yr 1day (R.T.)


Appeal-Democrat - 2/23/1953, p 9 - Mary J. GRAVES - Private funeral services will be conducted in Ullrey Memorial chapel Tuesday at 10 a.m. for Mrs. Mary Jane Graves, 88, of Trowbridge, Sutter county, who died yesterday. - Mrs. Graves was a lifelong resident of Trowbridge.  She is survived by a son, Earl, of Trowbridge; three daughters, Mrs. Stella Hocking of Fair Oaks, Mrs. Ida Hanson and Mrs. Norma Sullivan, both of Sacramento, and seven grandchildren. - Rev. T. H. Hurley, pastor of the Fairview Community church, will officiate.  Burial will take place in Fairview cemetery.


The Marysville Appeal March 27, 1917 - Sutter Young Man Called By Death - Death came suddenly to Verne F Graves, 18, a student of the University of California and son of Mr and Mrs Albert Graves of Sutter City, who was on a visit to his parents. He caught cold while on an automobile ride and the cold developed in pneumonia. Because of his death the dedication of the Sutter grammar school indefinitely has been postponed. Graves was a native of this state and a indefinitely of the Del Rey Club at the University of California. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at the family residence. (A.H.)

The Marysville Appeal   Wednesday March 28, 1917 - Entire County Follows Sutter Lad to Grave - Sutter City,  March 27- Followed by nearly all the people of his home city and his school mates of last years and other years, the companions even of his babyhood, the body of Verne Frye Graves, University of California freshman who died suddenly while spending a brief vacation at home was ? to the grave this afternoon. The funeral services impressively simple were held at the family residence at 2 o'clock. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Paul Everett and the singing was by the choir of Mr and Mrs Schuyler Wadsworth and their son and daughter. The active pallbearers were fellow members of Graves of the Del Rey Club of Berkeley. The honorable pallbearers comprised the entire student body of the Sutter Union high school. Both of the pupils of the high and grammar schools attended the funeral in a body. The funeral was under the direction of Kelly Bros. (A.H.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/28/1890, p2 - Deaths:  At Gray's ranch, September 27th, Ethel Pearl, daughter of A. C. And Jennie Gray, aged 1 year, 9 months and 10 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the ranch of A. C. Gray to-morrow (Monday) morning at 10 o'clock.


Marysville Star - 1/21/1936, p2 - John Gray Dies In Local Hospital At Age 90 Years - John Gray, aged 90, a native of London, England, died yesterday at a local hospital.  He made Marysville his home for the last 18 years.  So far as known the only relative is a brother, Arthur Gray, living in Africa.  Lipp and Sullivan will handle the funeral and announce services later.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/16/1918, p4 - Lawrence Gray First Victim of Spanish Influenza - Yuba County's first victim of Spanish influenza was Lawrence Gray, youngest son of Mrs. Mary Gray.  He was born in Sutter County, attending the Sutter County schools.  He afterward entered the Marysville high school.  Several months ago he enlisted in the naval reserve, and has been stationed in San Francisco.  Only a few days ago he was in Marysville on a visit to his relatives and was apparently in good health.  Monday his mother and sister were called to his bedside, being notified that he was seriously ill.  His brothers were called to San Francisco yesterday, but arrived after he had passed away. - Coroner Jack Kelly has gone to San Francisco to take charge of the remains.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later. - Dr. Everett Gray, a brother, stationed at Camp Kearney, will arrive here for the funeral. - The deceased had become a member of the Elks just preceding his enlistment.

Marysville Appeal - 10/17/1918, p4 - Services For Gray To Be Held Friday - Funeral services for the late Lawrence Gray, who died at the Mare Island naval hospital of Spanish influenza, Tuesday, will be held from the Elks' home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, under the auspices of Marysville Lodge No. 783, B.P.O.E., of which the deceased was a member.  Interment will be made in the Yuba City cemetery by Kelly Bros. - Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the services.

Marysville Appeal - 10/19/1918, p4 - City Bell Tolls As Departed Son Is Laid to Rest - Funeral services for the late Lawrence Gray, who died at the Mare Island naval hospital of Spanish influenza Tuesday were held from the Elks' Home yesterday afternoon, under the auspices of Marysville Lodge No. 783, B.P.O.E., of which Gray was a member.  Rev. Mark Rifenbark, rector of St. John's Tpiscopal [sic] church, officiated, and paid a high tribute to the young man.  L. H. Woodworth, Exalted Ruler, gave the beautiful Elks' eulogy. - A choir composed of C. H. Chace, Farwell Brown, R. W. McCormick and H. J. Morley sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Dead Kindly Light," accompanied by Mrs. C. H. Chace. - The pallbearers were Ben Hauck, L. P. Worden, E. P. Delahide, Thos. Carlin, Richard Hodges and Ray Manwell. - The beautiful and simple arrangements were directed by Kelly Bros. and great masses of flowers marked the tribute of relatives and friends. - The city hall bell was tolled as the funeral cortege wended its way to the final resting place in Yuba City cemetery, as the city's tribute to its departed sailor son who died in the service of his country.


Daily Appeal - 4/9/1876, p2 - Died:  In Sutter county, April 7th, Mary C. wife of George W. Gray, aged 22 years, 1 month and 23 days. - The funeral services will be held at the residence of the deceased, two miles southwest of Yuba City this morning at 11 o'clock.  At the conclusion of the services the procession will form and proceed to the City Cemetery.  Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/10/1895, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. Gray - The funeral of the late Mrs. R. E. Gray took place yesterday from the residence of her son-in-law, W. B. Filcher in West Bear river township.  The interment took place in the Wheatland cemetery, a large cortege following the remains to her last resting place.


Daily Appeal - 10/24/1899, p4 - Died:  At his home in Sutter county, October 23d, William J. Gray, a native of Illinois, aged 54 years. - The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 under the auspices of Yuba City Lodge, No. 185, I.O.O.F.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 2/20/1918, p4 - County Recorder's Uncle Dies In Michigan - Word has been received by County Recorder F. H. Greely that his uncle, Charles B. Greely, has died at Altina, Michigan.  Deceased was also an uncle to Dunning Rideout.


Marysville Evening Democrat - Mon 4/3/1911, p1 - Justus Greely Died Suddenly This Afternoon - Justus Greely, one of the pioneers of Marysville, passed away at his home this afternoon about 2:30 o'clock.  Mr. Greely after dinner thought he would go out upon the front porch and take his daily sunbath which he has been accustomed to do for quite a while.  About 2:30 the boy woh [sic] delivers meat for the Valley Meat Co. discovered him sitting in his chair dead.  The boy immediately notified the family.  Mr. Grely [sic] was 81 years of age and was owner of the Buckeye Flour Mills in this city for a number of years.  He leaves a son, County Recorder F. H. Grely [sic], and a daughter, Mrs. David Powell.  Kelly Bros. have charge of the remains.  Mr. Greely was well known throughout both Yuba and Sutter counties and was a highly reseptced [sic] citizen of Marysville for about fifty years.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 4/4/1911, p1 - Justus Greely Dies Sitting in His Chair - Justus Greely is dead.  There was an expression of deep regret on all sides yesterday afternoon when the news of his sudden demise spread quickly throughout the city.  He had been working in the garden and about the yard, and feeling fatigued sat down in a chair on the front porch of his home to rest, where he was found a few moments later asleep in that eternal rest which knows no waking.  Justus Greely had lived in Marysville so long that he was known by all the people.  His familiar face and kindly greeting will be missed.  There may be other men just as good, but there was none better.  He was active in developing the resources of this section and classed among the ablest and intelligent men. - Mr. Greely was born March 12, 1830, in Waldo county, Maine.  After receiving a practical common school education he remained with his parents until he attained his majority.  It was about this time that the wonderful story of the discovery of gold in California set the tide of immigration westward, and he was with those who came via the Isthmus of Panama.  He spent his first two months at what was then known as Rose Bar, in this county. - From Rose Bar he went to Calaveras county, where for six months he mined with considerable success.  He then returned to Yuba county, where he resided for three years.  In 1855 he returned to his native state, where he married and brought his wife to California.  He then located at Galena Hill, establishing a trading post under the firm name of Rideout & Co. - In 1860 Mr. Greely went east with his wife for a visit, and for nine years thereafter resided in New England.  Preferring, however, the sunny climate of this state, he returned to the Pacific coast in 1869 and at once settled in Marysville.  He bought an interest in the Buckley [Buckeye] flour mills, which were established in 1853, and for many years thereafter was connected with that institution as part owner and manager. - Mr. Greely's wife's maiden name was Margaret Rideout. - Two children were born of this union, Frederick H., the present county auditor and recorder, and Margaret, the wife of Dr. David Powell.  Both of them reside in Marysville.  He leaves five grandchildren, Mrs. Jackson Waste, Justus Greely, Donald Greely and Jeanette and Margaret Powell.  Deceased was a devout churchman and a pillar of the M. E. church. - No arrangements as yet have been announced as to the funeral services.  Kelly Bros. have charge of the arrangements.

Marysville Evening Democrat - Wed 4/5/1911, p4 - Funeral Services Held This Afternoon - Funeral services over the remains of Justus Greely were held this afternoon from the family residence, corner C and Fifth streets.  Rev. Thomas Nicholas of the Methodist church officiated at the services and paid a glowing tribute to the memory of the departed citizen.  Mrs. Baird rendered a number of beautiful selections appropriate for the sad occasion.  The following relatives and friends of deceased acted as pallbearers:  Lawrence Schillig, Henry Rideout, Dunning Rideout, J. W. Greely, Martin Sullivan and Jackson Waste.  Interment was made in the family plot at the City cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 4/6/1911, p1 - Funeral of Justus Greely Yesterday - Glowing Tribute Paid To the Memory of the Deceased By His Pastor, Rev. T. Nicholas - Funeral services over the remains of Justus Greely were held yesterday afternoon from his late residence on Fifth street.  Rev. Thomas Nicholas of the Methodist church officiated at the services and paid a glowing tribute to the memory of the departed citizen. - Mrs. Jennie Baird rendered "Lead, Kindly Light" and the floral offerings were numerous and beautiful. - The following relatives and friends acted as pallbearers:  Lawrence Schillig, Henry Rideout, J. W. Greely, Dunning Rideout, Jackson Waste and Martin Sullivan. - The remains were removed to Kelly Bros. undertaking parlors and later interment will be made in the family plot at the city cemetery.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 5/20/1913, p1 - Two Men Come Near Being Electrocuted - Justus Greely Is Burned To A Crisp - Accident Happens at Sub-Station of P.G. & E. Co. at Midnight - Owing to lack of experience about their work, Justus Greely was horribly burned  and his helper, Elton Jones, suffered minor injuries at a few minutes past 12 o'clock this morning while employed at substation 4.  With his clothes partly burned off him and his chest, arms and face a frightful mass of burns and blisters, Greely was taken to the hospital by Dr. Kaufman.  Jones was given medical attention later, but owing to the fright did not realize at first that he had suffered at all. - Just how the accident happened no one knows.  The two men were up on a platform reading a meter when suddenly a blinding flash flared out and hit them.  Both were knocked unconscious.  When Jones came too [sic] he ran down the ladder and turning about saw his fellow workman lying flat on his back and just regaining consciousness.  Word of the accident was telephoned to the police station and Officers Smith and Blue summoned Dr. Kaufman. - Upon arriving at the station, Greely could be seen sitting on the platform, about ten feet high, speechless from agony and unable to move.  He kept making gestures for those below to aid him, but no competent man being in charge of the plant, it was feared that the platform was charged.  When Officers Blue and Smith arrived an endeavor was made to get some employe to shut off the juice, but none understood its workings. - Blue then volunteered to take a chance and scaled the ladder and carried the injured man down.  Greely's shirt was burned away and his entire breast and right arm was cooked.  His face was all blistered and over the right eye the flesh was literally baked.  His condition was pitiful, but despite his sufferings he endeavored to keep from showing his agony. - Jones was unable to explain how they had come to be injured.  He had just commenced to work for the company last night and was unaccustomed to any of the machinery.  As far as he could state, no connection was made with the machinery by any of them.  None of the employes who rushed to the spot could give any explanation as to how the accident could have occurred. - Lights Went Out - As the accident occurred the lights all over Marysville flickered red for an instant and then went out, but came on again immediately. - Brave Work of Blue - Officer Blue, while in his performance of duty, displayed bravery that is commendable and deserving of praise.  Not knowing whether the same fate awaited him as that of Greely, he scaled the ladder to render aid and saved Greely from such suffering.

Marysville Evening Democrat - Tue 5/20/1913, p1 - Electrical Workers Burned in Substation Four - Without a moment's notice or a chance to escape Justus Greely, son of County Recorder F. H. Greely, and Elton Jones, employes of the Pacific Gas and Electric company, were caught in a blinding flash of electricity while engaged at work in substation No. 4 in this city shortly after midnight Monday, resulting in the former being seriously burned about the face and body and the latter being blistered considerably.  Greely was so seriously burned by the flames that his features were unrecognizable after the accident and for a time it was feared that the burns might prove fatal.  It was reported today, however, that the victim, who was taken to a hospital after the accident, was in no particular danger and that the wounds would heal in due course of time. Jones, whose home is in San Jose, was only slightly burned compared to Greely, and will suffer no serious consequences.  He commenced working for the company only yesterday. - The two men were working together in the plant when the accident occurred.  At the time the flames suddenly burst out upon them they were reading a meter, to which access was gained by climbing a ladder.  The flames, as though from an explosion of gasoline, enveloped both the workmen and rendered them unconscious for a short time.  Jones was able to descend the platform, but Greely suffered so extensively from his wounds that it was found necessary to carry him down the ladder, a task undertaken by Police Officer Henry Blue, who was one of the first to be notified of the accident. - The plant being in charge of a number of inexperienced men, it was thought that the platform might be charged with electricity after the accident and for a time no one dared to mount the ladder and remove the victim.  Of the several employes about the station no one could give a reason for the flames bursting out without any apparent cause. - It is said, however, that short circuiting of the power wires, even though several miles away from the generating plant, would cause such an occurrence as the one of last night.  A small wire coming into contact with the power line even for an instant might effect the machinery in the substation and cause the disturbance. - The injured men were treated by Dr. Kaufman, who was summoned to the plant after the police had been notified.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 5/21/1913, p1 - Justus Greely Will Recover - Officials and Employees Know No Cause for the Accident - The condition of Justus Greely who was severely burned at the Pacific gas and electric substation at a few minutes past 12 o'clock Tuesday morning, was improved yesterday and the attending physicians stated that his injuries, while very painful, would not be serious.  Elton Jones, the other workman who was burned, will not be scarred from the accident, his burns being superficial. - Neither of the two men nor the company officials are able to fully explain how the accident occurred.  Superintendent Johnson stated last evening that he was unprepared to say what produced the sudden flash, but in all probability one of the two employes caused a short circuit by dropping something between the wires.  Nothing about the spot where the short circuit occurred would indicate the cause. - According to statements from those connected with the plant, the two men had just gone on work a few minutes before they were injured.  It is presumed that Greely started to explain the workings of some part of the machinery to Jones, and being inexperienced made a connection.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat. 5/24/1913, p1 - Justus Greely Succumbs To Injuries - Death at Rideout Hospital Last Evening Was Not Unexpected - Deceased Was Well Known, Having Been Born and Reared Here - As a result of burns received while at work in the Pacific gas and electric substation last Tuesday night, Justus Greely died suddenly at the Rideout hospital last evening at 6 o'clock.  It was known that the young man had very slight chances for recovery, but death was not looked for so sudden.  A convulsion came on him just before he passed away, so rapidly that his relatives had hardly time to be summoned. - Justus Greely and a fellow workman were severely injured while performing their work, but the former suffered the most.  He was immediately taken to the hospital and for about a day, hopes were held out by his friends that the burns would not prove fatal, but he was handicapped by having a weak heart.  The attending physician did everything to strengthen him to meet the struggle it would be necessary to make, but his constitution would not respond. - The burns which covered his chest and arms were not fatally deep at first, but by yesterday the ones on his arms had greatly increased in depth.  Burns received from such electric shocks have a tendency of spreading. - The deceased was a Marysville boy, having been born and reared in this city.  He was thirty-one years old, being born November 28, 1881.  His father is F. H. Greely, recorder of Yuba county, one of the best known residents of this part of the state. - He is survived by his wife, Eva, and two step-children; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Greely; a brother, Donald; a sister, Mrs. John Waste; an aunt, Mrs. D. Powell, all of Marysville.  The body is at Kelly brothers, but no arrangements for the funeral will be made until today.

Marysville Evening Democrat - Sat 5/24/1913, p1 - Justus Greely Died Of Injuries Received In Sub-station - After suffering intensely since early Wednesday morning, Justus Greely, who was horribly burned by electricity at the sub-station of the Pacific gas and Electric company in this city, succumbed to his injuries in the Rideout hospital about 6 o'clock Friday night.  Despite the fact that his flesh was virtually cooked as a result of the accident at the electrical plant, and his heart affected by the severe burns he received, Greely showed recuperative powers and for a time it was believed that he would be able to survive.  Friday morning it was reported that he showed signs of improvement and the physician in attendance was encouraged in the hope that the victim might live, but yesterday afternoon shortly before death occurred the young man was taken with a convulsion, which indicated that the end was near, and relatives were summoned to his bedside. - The deceased, who was the eldest son of County Auditor F. H. Greely and wife, was 31 years old.  He was born in this city November 28, 1881, and spent the greater portion of his life in Marysville.  He is survived by a wife, Mrs. Eva Greely, to whom he was married only a few years ago, and two small step-children, besides other relatives in this city, including his father and mother, a brother, Donald Greely, a sister, Mrs. Jack Waste, and an aunt, Mrs. David Powell. - The accident that resulted in the young man's death has never been fully explained, although it is the belief of relatives that it was caused by a short circuit of electric wires.  Greely was working in the plant with a fellow employe named Jones when the wires suddenly flashed out and he was enveloped in a blinding blaze.  In the position that the two men stood Greely's body protected Jones and the latter suffered only slight burns.  The disturbance that caused the arc of electricity to form at the plant and result in the accident, it is said, was traceable to a short circuit more than anything else, and the theory that some one interfered with the power wires is accepted by relatives. - The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the late residence of the deceased on A street, the religious services to be conducted by Rev. Thos. H. Nicholas, pastor of the Methodist church. The interment which will be made by Kelly Bros. in the city cemetery, will be private.

Marysville Appeal - Tue 5/27/1913, p8 - Justus Greely Funeral - Many friends gathered at the Greely home on Chestnut street Sunday afternoon to pay their last respects to the deceased, who was privately buried in the local cemetery.  Rev. Nicholas preached the funeral services.  The following acted as pall-bearers:  Martin Sullivan, Arthur Brannan, Eugene McDaniel, Steve Fortna, Mr. Cooper and Phil Andross.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/11/1904, p1 - Death Calls Mrs. Greely - Passes Away at the Family Home in This City - Her Life An Open Book - Was a Resident of This Section for Fifty Years - Beloved By All Who Knew Her - Mrs. Margaret Rideout Greely, beloved wife of Jsutus [sic] Greely, died at 8:10 on Sunday morning at the family home, 307 Fifth street. - The deceased was born at Old Town, Me., on February 13, 1834, and was aged at the time of her death 70 years, 7 months and 25 days. - Her husband, Justus Greely, also a native of the State of Maine, arrived in Marysville on October 19, 1851. - In 1853 he left for his old home in Maine, where he was married in 1854, returning to California in company with Mrs. Greely the same year on the steamer San Juan.  They located at Galena Hill in the vicinity of Camptonville, where their only son, Fred H. Greely, was born. - The family lived at Galena Hill until 1860, when they went East, where they remained until 1869.  It was during their Eastern visit that their only daughter, Mrs. David Powell, was born. - On March 7, 1904, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Greely celebrated their fiftieth anniversary of their marriage day at their home in this city. - During her many years residence in this city Mrs. Greely was considered the pillar of the M. E. Church.  She had charge of the infant class in their Sunday school and was a zealous worker in all that pertained to the welfare of the church. - She leaves the following relatives to mourn her demise:  A son, Fred H. Greely, Register of the Land Office in this city; a daughter, Mrs. David Powell; two brothers, N. D. Rideout, the well known banker, and Captain Ben Rideout, who resides in Berkeley, and one sister, Mrs. M. S. Thresher of Oakland. - Her life has been an open book, and now that her spirit has passed away, the entire community will mourn her demise. - The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at her late home.  The remains can be viewed by friends from 10 a.m. to 12m.  Interment City Cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1904, p1 - Laid At Rest - Relatives and Loving Friends Unite in Last Sad Rites for the Late Mrs. Justus Greely - Many friends assembled yesterday afternoon to pay the last token of love and esteem to the memory of Mrs. Justus Greely.  The funeral services were held at the family residence and the spacious rooms and veranda were filled to overflowing. - Rev. Fred Sheldon, pastor of the Methodist Church of which Mrs. Greely had been for so many years a faithful and active member, officiated at the house and cemetery.  The services were very brief.  Mrs. F. W. Hanson sang two hymns, being accompanied on the piano by Mrs. G. H. McIntosh. - The floral emblems were numerous and exquisite in design.  In the window recess back of the casket hung a number of beautiful wreathes, while at the head stood a tall cross of the choicest blossoms, sent by the Sunday school class of Mrs. Greely.  The members of the Methodist Church expressed their love in the casket covering which was of fragrant white carnations, and maiden hair fern.  There were many other emblems too numerous to mention, among which was one from the employes of the Buckeye Mill.  - Following the services the cortege moved to the City Cemetery, the following gentlemen acting as bearers:  J. F. Eastman, E. H. Hudson, Martin Sullivan, W. P. Smith, John P. Swift and R. G. Stanwood.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/29/1878, p2 - Died:  At Little Indian Valley, Lake county, January 22d, Anna Green, aged 17 years, 4 months and 9 days.


Daily Appeal - 2/3/1874, p2 - DIED - In Alleghany, Sierra county, January 26th, infant son of John W. and Dora J. Greenbank, aged 11 days.


Sacramento Daily Union - 12/7/1888 - Died:  Sacramento, November 6. - Mrs. Hubert Gregg (formerly Miss Maria Hackett of Smartsville), at her residence, 903 Thirteenth street, 28 years and 6 months.


Sacramento Daily Union - 7/27/1852, p3 - Dead:  We learn that Mr. Gregory, brother-in-law to Mr. Nye, of this county, died, in Nevada, a few days since.


Daily Democrat - 6/23/1905, p8 - Died:  In Sacramento, June 23, 1905, Joseph H. Gries of Central House, a native of California, aged 35 years.  Funeral announcement later.

Daily Appeal - 6/24/1905, p1 - Joseph Gries Died Yesterday - Word was received in this city yesterday morning that Joseph Gries of the Central House, who was recently operated on for appendicitis had died in Sacramento. - The deceased was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gries and had been employed at the Hammon Machine Shops at Oroville.  He was a member of Court Pride of Marysville, No. 34, F. of A., and of the Masonic and Odd Fellows lodges at Oroville. - He was a native of California and was aged 34 years and two months. - He leaves to mourn his demise a father, mother, two brothers and two sisters. - The remains arrived from Sacramento on the local train last evening and were taken to the undertaking parlors of J. K. Kelly. - The funeral services will be held at the Foresters' Hall at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville, F. of A. - The interment will take place in the city cemetery. - p4 - Died:  In Sacramento, June 23, 1905, Joseph Gries, a native of California, aged 34 years and two months.  The funeral services will be held at the Foresters' Hall Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Interment city cemetery.

Daily Appeal - 6/25/1905, p4 - Gries Funeral Today - The funeral services of the late Joseph Gries, who died in Sacramento after an operation for appendicitis, will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Foresters' Hall, under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville, No. 34, F. of A.  The interment will take place in the city cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 6/27/1905, p5 - Laid Away by Brother Foresters - The funeral of the late Joseph H. Gries took place on Sunday afternoon from the Foresters' Hall, under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville, and was largely attended. - The services were read by George M. Rose, the Chief Ranger, and Mrs. George H. Baird sang some appropriate hymns, her daughter, Miss Ethel Baird, being the accompanist. - Among the floral pieces was a broken wheel and pillow. - The following members of the Court acted as pall bearers:  Tonnes Syvertsen, P. J. Arnoldy, Charles Dietz, John McGuire, T. J. O'Brien and Phil McCune. - About sixty Foresters marched after the Marysville Band to the city cemetery, P. J. Divver acting as Marshal. - The interment took place in the Foresters' plot.


Appeal Democrat - Fri 8/26/1966, p16 - Obituaries:  Walter Duncan Griffith, 73, died last night in Woodland Memorial Hospital following a short illness. - Griffith, who was born near Lomo, was an active farmer in the Live Oak area until 1945.  Since that time he had lived with his children. - Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Helen Korpela of Woodland, Mrs. George Adams of Sacramento and Mrs. Ralph Berry of Live Oak; two sons, Walter D. of Colusa and Robert of Williams; one sister, Mrs. John Sullivan of Live Oak; 11 grandchildren and eighth [sic] great-grandchildren. - Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel.  Burial will be at Sutter Cemetery.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/11/1873, p2 - Died:  In this city, March 9th, Frank Harlan, son of Frank W. and Hester H. Gross, aged 11 months.  The funeral will take place from the Western House at 2 o'clock p.m. to-day.  Friends are invited to attend.


Appeal Democrat, Thursday, Dec. 19, 1968, pg 20 - GEORGE R. GROSS - GROSS - Graveside services for George Raymond Gross, 82, of Clear Lake Highlands will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Sutter Cemetery. - Gross, a native of Wisconsin, died Tuesday in a Clear Lake Highlands hospital. - Survivors include two sons, Raymond L. Gross of Yuba City and DuTeau H. Gross of Clear Lake Parks; a brother, Roy Gross of Oakland; and five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. - Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Jones and Lewis Mortuary at Lower Lake.  (Transcribed & submitted by Lita Wells)


Appeal Democrat, Monday, Oct 15, 1962, pg 15 - LUCY M. GROSS - GROSS - Lucy M. Gross, 76, of 5562 Franklin Rd., Yuba City, died this morning in Fremont Hospital. - Born in Merrill, Wis., she had resided in the Yuba-Sutter area for the past 10 years. - She was a member of the First Lutheran Church in Yuba City, the Standard Life Association and the Franklin Farm Bureau. -  Survivors include her husband, George R. Gross of Yuba City; two sons, Raymond L. Gross of Live Oak, and Duteau H. Gross of Concord; three brothers, Alfred Duteau and Edwin Duteau of Lincoln, Neb., and Ellsworth Duteau of Estes Park, Colo.; two sisters, Elma McQuade of Superior, Wis., and Mildred Shea of Railroad Flat.  There are also five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. -  Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in the First Lutheran Church, 852 Cooper Ave., Yuba City. Rev. Henry C. Ebeling, pastor, will officiate.  Burial will follow at the Sutter Cemetery.  Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel.  (Transcribed & submitted by Lita Wells)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/3/1879, p2 - Died:  On Yreka Flats, Sept. 27th, Toby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gross, aged 1 year, 11 months and 2 days.


Daily National Democrat - 1/31/1860, p2 - Died:  In this city, at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, Mr. John Grosvenor, aged about thirty eight years.  His funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this morning, from the Columbia House.  His friends are invited to attend.  New York papers please copy.


Daily Appeal 8/7/1895 p1 - A Boy Accidentally Poisoned - Willie Groves, the 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Groves, former residents of this city, was poisoned in Sacramento a few days ago.  Some strychnine had been put away in an old teapot, of which fact he was not aware.  In searching for a vessel to put some water in, he found the discarded teapot, and there was a small bottle in it containing a whitish powder.  His curiosity led him to taste it.  It was not until he was seized with violent pains and the poison had done its deadly work that he told his parents what had happened.  A physician was hastily summoned, but it was too late, and death ended his sufferings.  Mr. and Mrs. Groves have the sympathy of many friends in this city.


Marysville Evening Democrat - 12/13/1918, p 5 - Two Die in Marysville - Two more deaths have occurred here from influenza, the victims being Josie E. COUEY and Thomas GUERNS. - Josie E. Couey was aged 16 years, and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Corey [sic] of Linda Township.  Five brothers and two sisters also survive. - Thomas Guerns, a railroad worker, was found ill in the streets yesterday afternoon.  He died in the hospital last night of influenza and pneumonia.

Marysville Appeal - 12/13/1918, p 8 - Laborer Dies at Hospital - Thomas GUERNS, laborer, who was taken to the county hospital yesterday suffering with pneumonia, died there late last night.  Little is known of the dead man.  He has a sister, Mary Sennett, living in Baltimore, Md.  The remains were taken to Kelly Brothers' chapel and funeral arrangements will be announced.


Sacramento Bee 29 Apr 1905 - Marysville Apr 29.  Timothy GUIDERY, a respected pioneer resident, and one of the best known men in Yuba, Sutter and Butte Counties, died in this city last night, aged 85 years.  He was a native of Ireland and had resided in California for 51 years, 45 which he spent in Sutter County. - Former Under Sheriff John GIUDERY of Butte County is a son of the deceased.  The other surviving children are Mrs. Ellen SMITH of Chico, Mrs. Mary DAVIS of Meridian and Mrs. Anna HAKEN of Sutter County. - The burial will take place tomorrow and is private. (R.T.)


Marysville Appeal - Tue 1/25/1921, p1,4 - Dr. W. J. Guinan City Physician Is Called By Death - Beloved Physician, True Friend Of Poor, Answers Last Call As Entire City Mourns Him - Dr. William J. Guinan, city health officer and county physician, veteran of the Spanish-American war, and beloved and respected by all who knew him, passed away at his home at 801 Fourth street, at 9 o'clock Sunday morning after a brief illness, pneumonia being the cause of his death.  He has been in poor health since an attack of influenza two years ago, and his constitution was so weakened that while seemingly on the road to recovery, he could not rally from the effects of the last attack, and passed away, sincerely mourned by a large circle of devoted friends in all parts of the county. - Dr. Guinan - or "Bill," as he was affectionately known by hundreds - was born in Albany, N.Y., in 1874.  He gained his boyhood education in the public schools of Albany, then graduated from the University of Vermont.  Soon after his graduation he became an interne in the great Bellvue hospital in New York City, where he spent three years, and it was there he gained the medical knowledge that made him such a success as a physician. - Former Soldier - Dr. Guinan was a lieutenant in the medical corps of the New York National Guard when war with Spain was declared.  He served during the war with a New York regiment, and while he did not get to Cuba, did more than his share in fighting typhoid fever in the southern camps. - After the war he moved to California and practiced in several cities, finally going to Smartville in 1913, and remaining there until 1917, when he started practicing in Marysville, although he had many patients here prior to that time. - The poor people of the city and county will sadly miss Dr. Guinan as in him they had a true friend, who never missed an opportunity of answering a call, and whose real charity will never be known, as he was reticent about his own good deeds.  However, many poor knew him as a good friend, not only as a medical advisor, but in supplying food, bedding and medicine.  Dr. Guinan did not make much money; he was treating too many free patients, but he leaves behind him hundreds of people who mourn his loss as they do that of a brother for he was ever their friend in the time of need. - Funeral Wednesday - He was a member of the Marysville Council, Knights of Columbus, and of the Moose lodge, being a past director of the latter lodge. - Besides his widow he is survived by a brother, Dr. John Whitehall Guinan, and a sister, Mrs. Murray Downs, both of New York City. - The funeral will be held from St. Joseph's Catholic church at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus.  Interment will be made in the mausoleum at Yuba City.  Kelly Bros. will have charge of the arrangements.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/13/1914, p1 - Gang Plow Inventor, Wm. Gummow, Dead - The following story, full of heart-interest and expressive of the vicissitudes of fickle fortune as she played with the pioneers of California, will be read with interest by many residents of Marysville:  "San Jose, Feb. 11. - An old diary found among the effects of William Gummow, who died in Watsonville Monday almost a pauper, disclosed the fact that he invented the first gang plow ever used in the west and was engaged at Marysville with John Meyers in the manufacture of the implement.  Gummow was temporarily absent from his shop when a traveling representative for a San Francisco manufacturing house induced Meyers to sell the invention for a small price.  The manufacturing concern became enormously wealthy through the sale of the plow and Meyers and Gummow died penniless." - While William Gummow had been away from Marysville for many years prior to his death there are several persons among the older set of the city who remember him and who speak in the most kindly terms of his character and ability.  He was a mechanic of considerable ingenuity and achievement, as his invention of the gang plow attests and he always contended that had he not been away from his blacksmith shop when the representative firm who made an immense fortune out of the invention appeared, it would never have gone out of Gummow's control.  Gummow believed and knew all the time that he had a valuable discovery, one that would revolutionize the agricultural industry, and he told many of his friends at the time and many times since that he intended to expand his invention and secure funds to place it on the market.  Had he succeeded in doing this he might have died a wealthy man instead of having passed to the other side leaving little of value but his good name to be remembered by. - The case of Gummow has many prototypes in this and other countries.  It is seldom that inventors reap financial reward commensurate with the importance of the things they conceive and make possible for the betterment of mankind, and Gummow's is really no exception to the rule.  However, in inventing the gang plow, he left behind him a monument that will perpetuate his genius in the generations to come when the names of those who profited by it are forgotten.


Daily Appeal – 8/22/1878, Pg. 3 – Fatal Mining Accident.---An accident happened on Monday morning at the Brush Creek mine, near Dan Cole’s Mountain House, which terminated fatally yesterday afternoon. Joseph Gundry, foreman of the mine, was at work in the shaft repairing it, and was knocked off his platform falling thirty five feet, crushing one foot badly and receiving internal injuries. The foot was first amputated, and subsequently the leg at the ankle. The body was removed last night to the residence of the deceased at Brown’s Valley, where the funeral will take place this forenoon. Deceased leaves a large family. (B. S.) 

Daily Appeal – 8/24/1878, Pg. 3 – Death of Mr. Gundry.---We announced the death of Mr. Gundry on Thursday, but the Downieville Messenger has the following in relation to the sad affair:  On Monday an accident happened in the Brush Creek mine, at the Mt. House which cost a man his life. The cage used in hoisting the ore became jammed in the guides by the swelling of the rock, and the underground foreman, by the name of Gundry, went to release it. While at work in the shaft underneath the cage, it suddenly started, and the man was precipitated to the bottom, a distance of thirty five feet. The cage went down with him, and caught one of his ankles, mashing it fearfully. Besides this he received a cut on the head and was otherwise bruised. Drs. Lefever and Jump were called and amputated the leg about six inches above the ankle, it being the only alternative. The man died on Wednesday morning. He was a large man, weighing nearly 200 pounds, about fifty years of age, and it is probable that he received several internal injuries. We understand that he leaves a large family of children to mourn his untimely death. (B. S.)


Daily Appeal - 12/15/1910, p1 - Death Angel Calls Samuel O. Gunning:  Auditor And Recorder Dead:  Had Been In Office In Yuba County For 30 Years and Was Recently Elected For Another Term - The toll of the death Angel has been quite heavy in the County of Yuba in the past few days.  Before the last sad rites in the cemetery are said and the grave closes over the remains of Dr. Stone, county hospital superintendent, Samuel O. Gunning, county auditor and recorder is called from time to Eternity. - Mr. Gunning had been ill for several weeks, and for some days had been at the Rideout hospital where he could receive the best of medical attention and nursing.  Last week he showed some signs of improvement, and his friends and relatives believed he would pull through, but his extreme old age, being 76, told against him, and the end came peacefully yesterday at 1 p.m.  At his bedside when he passed away were the members of his family.  There was no better citizen in Yuba county than S. O. Gunning, no one who had more or truer friends.  He was the soul of honor, and a man who made close friendships and kept them.  He had the confidence of the entire people as is witnessed by the fact that he had held the office of Auditor and Recorder for thirty years and had only at the recent election been elected to serve another four years term. - Deceased was born in Sligo, Ireland, in January, 1834.  When only twelve years old he ran away from home, found employment on a coasting vessel and for several years followed the sea. - He landed in San Francisco in October, 1857, and came immediately to the gold fields of Yuba county, locating at Smartsville. - For a long time he was superintendent of the Excelsior Water and Mining Company, and for ten years had charge of the Timbuctoo property.  At the time of his death he was possessed of a lot of valuable mining property in the Smartsville section. - S. O. Gunning was married in Marysville to Miss Alvina Lotzen, a native of Prussia, and six children were the result of the marriage, Alvina, Ella, Samuel, Thomas, Jennie O., and Robert Emmet. - The funeral will take place from his late residence, 819 G street, Saturday morning at 7 a.m., thence to the Catholic church at Smartsville, where requiem mass will be said at 11 a.m.  Interment in the Catholic cemetery at Smartsville.


Mountain Messenger – Saturday – 7/27/1863 – Body recovered. The body of C. S. Gunsolus, the young man, it is supposed, was drowned while attempting to cross Slate Creek, between Poverty Hill and La Porte sometime about the 4th of May, was discovered last week near where the Eagleville trail crosses the creek. When found, the body was in a sitting posture entirely naked, and in an advanced state of decomposition. A coroner’s inquest was held upon the body and a verdict rendered in accordance with the facts, as far as ascertained. The deceased was a native of Canada, a young man of excellent moral character, esteemed by his acquaintances and beloved by his friends, who deeply mourn his untimely fate.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)


Amador Ledger – December 1, 1932 – DEATH TAKES AGED SUTTER CREEK MAN, PROMINENT MASON – William Henry Gunsolus, prominent resident of Sutter Creek for the past 55 years, died at an early hour Friday morning at the advanced age of ninety-three years. His death occurred in the home which he had occupied for many years in the city of Sutter Creek. Gunsolus took a great interest in all affairs, county, state and national, and until the time of his death, took an active interest in all things tending toward the betterment of the entire country. He had a large number of friends and was respected and loved by all. William Henry Gunsolus was a native of the providence of Ontario, Canada, where he was born on February 16, 1839. He arrived in California in April, 1860, coming by way of the Isthmus of Panama. After a brief stay in San Francisco, he went to Sierra City where he was naturalized on August 1, 1871. On Christmas day of that year, he married Miss Frances Webster, a native of New York. During March, 1877, the couple came to Amador County, made their home in Sutter Creek and have resided there since that time. Gunsolus’ fraternal record is one worthy of note. He was the oldest member of Henry Clay Lodge No. 95, F. &A. M., of Sutter Creek, and had served as it’s secretary for nine consecutive years. He had been a member of the Masonic order for 63 years,  member of the Royal Arch sixty-one years, and had been a Knight Templar for forty-two years. He also belonged \to Sacramento Pyramid of Sciots, and to Golden Star Chapter No. 66, O. E. S. At the time of the presentation of the badge of honor. It was related that William Henry Gunsolus was the only living Grand Master of the Masonic Fraternity known to the Grand Secretary of the California Jurisdiction. The immediate relatives are: the widow, Frances Gunsolus of Sutter Creek, aged eighty years, and a daughter, Mrs. H. H. Crane, of Plymouth. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at two o’clock at the Masonic Hall in Sutter Creek. Members of Henry Clay Lodge No. 95, F. & A. M. officiating. From the hall, the cortege left for Sacramento where incineration took place at the East Lawn Cemetery. The Trevor Weston Home Funeral Service had charge of the funeral arrangements. (B.S.)


Daily Appeal - Sat 10/23/1886, p2 - Deaths:  In this city, October 22d, J. J. Gunther, a native of Germany, aged 52 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon from Red Men's Hall, under the auspices of the Knights of Honor.


Evening Democrat - Fri 12/30/1910, p1 - Jacob Gunther Died in San Francisco - Mrs. J. O. Gates received word yesterday that her brother, Jake Gunther, was not expected to live and she at once left for San Francisco. This morning Mrs.Gates was notified that the young man died Thursday night.  Deceased was a native of this city and recided [sic] here for many years but of late has been living with a sister, Mrs. Sarah Coblentz, in San Francisco.  He leaves two brothers, Will and Frank, and a sister, Mrs. Ahlstrom, all of whom reside in Lakeview, Oregon, besides Mrs. J. O. Gates of this city, and Mrs. Coblentz of San Francisco. J . O. Gates left for San Francisco this afternoon to attend the funeral, which takes place Saturday.

Daily Appeal - Sat 12/31/1910, p1 - Jake Gunther Passes Beyond - Word has been received in this city by Mrs. J. O. Gates that her brother, Jacob Gunther, had died in the city Thursday evening.  Upon receipt of the sad message she immediately departed for the metropolis.  Deceased was a native of this city, where he had resided for many years.  Left to mourn him are Will and Frank Gunther, a sister, Mrs. Ahlstrom, all of whom reside in Lakeview, Oregon, besides Mrs. J. O. Gate of this city and Mrs. Coblentz, another sister, residing in this city.  Deceased will be cremated Saturday.

Daily Appeal  - 1/4/1911 - JACOB GUNTHER FUNERAL HELD - The remains of Jacob Gunther, who died in San Francisco December 29, 1910, were brought to this city for interment Monday. Deceased was aged 37 years, 11 months and 14 days. - The funeral took place from the parlors of the R.E. Bevan Undertaking company at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon. Many beautiful floral pieces accompanied the remains from San Francisco.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 12/28/1877, p2 - Died:  At Frankfort-on-the-Main, October 26th, John Lawrence Gunther, aged 76 years and 3 months.  Deceased was the father of Jacob Gunther of this city.


Daily Appeal - 2/23/1886, p2 - Died:  In this city, February 22d, Sarah, infant daughter of Hans and the late Sarah Gunther, aged 11 months and 20 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of Mrs. Henry Hyde this afternoon at 2 o'clock.


Daily Appeal - Sun 3/15/1885, p2 - Died:  In this city, March 14th, Sarah Jane, beloved wife of Hans Gunther, aged 19 years, 9 months and 24 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, corner of G and Tenth streets, this afternoon at two o'clock.  The procession will proceed to St. John's Episcopal Church, where services will be held.  Those desiring to view the remains can do so at the house, as the coffin will not be opened at the Church.

Sacramento Bee March 19, 1885 - Died Marysville Mar 14th Mrs. Sarah Jane Gunther aged 19yrs 9mos 24days


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/26/1875, p3 - Died:  In this city, January 22d, Sarah K., wife of Jacob Gunther, aged 41 years. - Funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the late residence on I street between Seventh and Eighth streets. Friends are invited to attend.


Appeal Democrat - Sat 8/20/1966, p8 - Obituaries:  Genoveva Gutierrez, 63, of Yuba City, died yesterday at Fremont Hospital. - A native of Mexico, she had been a Sutter County resident for the past 17 years and made her home at 318 Bird St., Yuba City. - She is survived by her husband, Jose of Yuba City; a daughter, Lupe Garcia of Yuba City; and a sister, Trnia Sparca of Mexico. - Funeral services are pending at Ullrey Memorial Chapel.

Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/22/1966, p14 - Obituaries:  Funeral services for Genoveva Gutierrez, 63, of 318 Bird St., Yuba City, are scheduled for both 8 p.m. today and 10 a.m. tomorrow at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. - She died Friday at Fremont Hospital.  Born in Mexico, she is survived by her husband Jose; her mother, Mrs. Lupe Garcia of Yuba City; and a sister, Mrs. Trnia Sparca in Mexico. - Services will be conducted by Rev. Jose Cismero of the Assembly of God Church of Olivehurst. Burial will be at Sutter Cemetery.