YUBA COUNTY OBITS
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HACKER, ALPHA ANN
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1895, p 4 - Mrs. Alpha Ann HACKER who recently underwent a severe surgical operation died at her residence in Wheatland on Thursday evening. The deceased was the wife of Jake Hacker and was a sister-in-law of Supervisor W. B. Attkisson. She was born in Lake county, California, and was nearly thirty-four years of age. She leaves a husband and seven children, besides several relatives, to mourn her loss. - The funeral will take place from the Baptist Church, Wheatland, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in the Wheatland cemetery. - - Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1895, p 4 - At her residence, Wheatland, October 10, 1895, Mrs. Alpha Ann Hacker, wife of Jake Hacker, a native of California, aged 33 years, 9 months and 1 day. - The funeral will take place from the Baptist church, Wheatland, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Wheatland cemetery.
HACKER, JAKE JR.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/9/1917, p4 - Former County Resident Dies At Capital City - The body of Jake HACKER, Jr., who died in Sacramento, will be sent to Wheatland today where burial will be made under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son. He was 30 years old, former resident of Smartsville, and is survived by two sisters and four brothers.
Wheatland Graphic - 4/17/1886, p 3 - Near Spenceville, in Yuba County, March 20th, 1886, Martha, wife of Eli HACKER , a native of McMinn county, Tennessee, aged 70 years and 3 days.
HACKETT, GEORGE M.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1895, p 4 - Died, In this city, October 11, 1895, George M. HACKETT, a native of Ohio, aged 57 years. Funeral notice hereafter. Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1895, p 1 - A BRAVE MAN GONE, A VETERAN SHOTGUN MESSENGER OF WELLS, FARGO & CO. DEAD. - GEO. M. HACKETT'S CAREER - How He Came Within An Inch Of Putting Black Bart to Everlasting Sleep - George M. Hackett, Wells, Fargo & Co's widely known shotgun messenger, who has on several occasions made it unpleasant for robbers, died last evening at his room over the Hornung drug store. He returned from San Francisco on Thursday night so seriously ill that Dr. O. F. Lee was at once summoned and found him to be suffering from tuberculosis, a constitutional disease characterized by the production of tubercles in the internal organs, and especially in the lungs, where it constitutes the most common variety of pulmonary consumption. - George was one of the bravest men that ever guarded a treasure box; he knew no fear in the discharge of his duty and was the only man that ever put to fight the notorious stage robber, Black Bart, whom he shot in the head. Bard had overlooked George when the stage was going to the hills and when he stopped it on the way down and demanded the treasure box Hacket <sic> took steady aim and shot him in the head, and if his gun had not missed fire the second time he would have bagged the biggest game in the country at the time. - On another occasion when traveling on the La Porte stage, soon after two highwayman had held up a stage near Oroville, he saw two men concealed in the brush, so he left the stage and gave chase. He soon found their camp and was rewarded by finding the stolen treasure. One of the men who was known as "Liverpool," tried to get the drop on Hackett, but the brave messenger was too quick for him and placed him under arrest. - There have been so many interesting incidents connected with his life that a book could be written about him. It was he who arrested the Oroville stage robbers on the train about a year ago and he is now serving time in the State prison. - He has always been loyal to his employers and true to his friends who will regret to learn that he has at last laid down his arms. - A true heart has ceased to beat and the spirit of a brave man has passed away. During the twenty years that he was employed by Wells, Fargo & Co. he earned the confidence of his employers and men felt safe when riding on a stage with him. - He was born on August 23, 1838, in Ohio, where his sister and brother reside. Nowhere will he be regretted more than in this city where he has resided so many years and where he was respected by all classes.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/7/1886, p2 - Deaths: In this city, December 5th, John Haggerty, a native of Connecticut, aged 33 years. (Hartford, Conn. papers please copy.) - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph's Cathedral this (Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock.
Weekly Appeal 9/21/1872 DIED In this city, Sept. 15th, Mary wife of James Haggerty, aged 49 years. (B. S.)
Sacramento Bee 4 Mar 1905. CITY TEAMSTER DEAD William HAGGERTY, a well known resident who has filled the position of City Teamster for a number of years, died at his home in the first ward yesterday. He was a native of Stanford, Connecticut and 55 years of age. A wife, 2 sons and a daughter survive. The obsequies will be held tomorrow. (R.T.)
Sacramento Daily Union - 8/25/1873 - Died: Forbestown, Aug. 16. - Wm. Hague, 62 years.
Marysville Daily Standard - Mon 1/16/1871, p2 - Died: In this city, January 15th, Philip Hahn, aged 48 years. - The funeral will take place from his late residence on Second street, near the corner of California Alley, this morning at 11 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
HAINES, THORNTON WASHINGTON
Oakland Tribune June 18, 1920 Died In Strawberry Valley, Cal., June 17, 1920, Thornton W., beloved husband of Nora I. Haines and loving father of Ella C. Schumann, Miriam R., Ellis D., Thornton W. Jr., Heath K., and Malcom R. Haines, a native of Oakland, California, aged 62 years, 4 months and 14 days. Funeral services at Strawberry Valley Saturday morning, June 19, 1920. ( Note: 1920 census for NE Twp. Of Yuba County shows Thornton and some ten other family members living in Strawberry Valley at the time of his death. ) (B.S.)
From - County of Yuba California State Board of Health Bureau of Vital Statistics Duplicate Certificate of death Local Registered No. 14 Place of Death City or Town of, Strawberry Valley Or Rural Registration District, Yuba County Full name Thornton Washington Haines PERSONAL AND STATISTICAL PARTICULARS Sex, Male Color or Race, White Married Wife, Nora Isabella Hellar Haines Date of birth, February 1, 1858 Age, 62 years, 4 months, 16 days Occupation, Farmer & Stockman, retired 10 years Birthplace, California Name of father , Ellis A. Haines Birthplace of father, Virginia Maiden name of mother, Mary Heath Birthplace of mother, Indiana Length of residence, At Place of Death, 2 years, 11 months, 20 days In California, 62 years, 4 months, 16 days The above is true to the best of my knowledge, (Informant) Richard Schumman, (Address) Strawberry Valley, Cal. Filed, June 25, 1920, F. E. Flannery (Deputy) MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF DEATH Date of death, June 17, 1920 I hereby certify, that I attended deceased from June 17, 1920 to June 17, 1920, that I last saw him alive on June 17, 1920 and that death occurred on the date stated above at 1 p.m. The cause of death was as follows Arteriosclerosis, (Duration) 3 years, Contributory, Apoplexy (Signed) Van Male, June 17, 1920, (Address) Challenge, Cal. Place of burial or removal, Strawberry Valley Date of burial, June 18, 1920 Undertaker, Wm. Block, Address, Gridley, Cal. (B. S.)
HALCOMB, LESTER WILLIAM, SR.
Appeal-Democrat 01/07/1977, p. A-4 OBITUARIES LESTER WILLIAM HALCOMB SR. Last rites were planned today for Lester William Halcomb Sr., 56, of 1682 W Ninth St., Olivehurst, who died Tuesday in Rideout Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Geraldine, of Olivehurst, two sons, Gary of Linda and Lester Jr. of Olivehurst; two daughters, Sandra Halcomb of Marysville and Lucille Davis of Truckee; his mother, Lula Halcomb of Olivehurst; five sisters, Delphia French of Wheatland, Aline Halcomb of Linda, Ethel Hampton of Missouri, Helen Shahan of Chowchilla and Vernie Young of Hawaii; and three grandchildren. Services were to be conducted this morning at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, with burial in Sierra View Memorial Park.
Daily Alta California - 4/20/1880 - Died: Haley. - In Smartsville, Yuba county, April 16, Hughey Haley, a native of Ireland, aged 62 years.
Marysville Herald - 10/29/1850, p3 - Died: On Saturday, 28th inst., at Hall's Ranche, Mrs. Catharine Hall, late of Vicksburg, Miss., aged 51 years. - Vicksburg and St. Louis papers please copy.
HALL, JOHN MADISON
Appeal Democrat - Tue 12/26/1967, p4 - Obituaries: John Madison Hall, 64, of Meridian died Sunday at the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco. - Hall, a native of Arkansas, had lived in Sutter County for the past 30 years. He was employed by the Stanley Reische Ranch. - Survivors include his wife, Eva, of Meridian; four daughters; Juanita Sivil and Winona Pendley of Sacramento, Lavonna Smith of Yuba City and Lona Raines of Napa; three brothers, William Hall of Sunnyvale, Clarence Hall of Kansas City, Mo., and Commadore Hall of Chowchilla; two sisters, Josephine Rogers of Pleasant Plains, Ark., and Mrs. Diska Cowan of Shaween, Okla.; and 13 grandchildren. - Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Rev. Ronn Jackson of the Arcade Free Will Baptist Church will officiate. - Burial will be at the Sutter Cemetery.
HALL, MARY BURNS
Marysville Appeal Democrat - 4/24/1980, p A-4 - Mary B. HALL - Funeral services are pending for Mary Burns HALL, 84, of Sacramento, who died at her home yesterday of natural causes. - Mrs. Hall, a native of Ohio, was a 33-year resident of Marysville before she moved to Sacramento. - She is survived by her sons, Harry Burns of Coronado and Richard Burns of Sacramento; her daughters, Mamie Burns and Ida Mae Weir of Marysville, Betty Logsdon of Yuba City, Audrey Collier of Klamath Falls, Ore., Mary Evans of North Bend, Oregon, and by 19 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. - Funeral arrangements are being handled by the Lipp and Sullivan Funeral Chapel. Friends may call today at the chapel.
HALL, SARAH L.
Daily Bee 10/27/1877 DEATHS In Marysville, October 26, Sarah L. Hall, aged 1 year. (B. S.)
HALL, THOMAS J.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/20/1905, p1 - Died Yesterday - Thomas J. Hall died at the Yuba county hospital yesterday afternoon. - The deceased was a native of Virginia, and was aged 79 years. He was admitted to the hospital on August 11, 1905. His son, Elmer Stark Hall, resides at Dobbins. - The remains were taken to J. K. Kelly's undertaking parlors.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 10/20/1905, p3 - Thomas J. Hall Dead - Thomas J. Hall, formerly of Dobbins, died at the Yuba County Hospital yesterday afternoon after spending a little more than two months in the institution. He was 79 years of age and was born in Virginia. He leaves on son, Elmer S. Hall, who resides at Dobbins. Undertaker Kelly took charge of the remains.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/20/1905, p5 - Died: Hall - At the Yuba county hospital, October 19, 1905, Thomas J. Hall, a native of Virginia, aged 79 years. Funeral notice hereafter.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 10/21/1905, p5 - Funeral This Afternoon - The funeral of the late S. [T.] J. Hall took place from Kelly's undertaking parlors at 3 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. W. H. Stoy officiating in the religious rites. The body was interred in the city cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/22/1905, p8 - Funeral of Thomas G. [J.] Hall - The funeral of the late Thomas G. Hall took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from J. K. Kelly's undertaking parlors. Rev. W. H. Stoy, the rector of St. John's Episcopal church, officiated at the parlors and at the city cemetery, where the interment took place.
HALLETT, ROWLAND S.
Sacramento Daily Union - 11/28/1887 - Fatal Accident in Yuba - Marysville, November 27th. - Rowland S. Hallett, a farmer living in the foothills east of here, was found last evening about six miles from here on the Smartsville road with a broken neck. He had been to town, and after purchasing several bills of goods took a number of drinks, and these are supposed to have affected him so that he fell from his wagon and was killed.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/16/1882, p3 - Death of Eli Halphen - A Nevada dispatch of the 14th inst., says: Eli Halphen, aged 82, died in a private ward of the county hospital to-day of pneumonia. Ten days ago he was found in his cabin near Grass Valley helpless from sickness, and his bed on fire from some hot bricks that a neighbor had put at his feet to warm him. He came to California thirty years ago, and at one time owned much of the present site of Oakland. When he removed from there to Brown's Valley, Yuba county, he was worth $100,000, but he lost it all in mining ventures. He has lived in this county in a poverty-stricken condition for fifteen years. He came from France to America on account of political and family troubles. He ranked well in military and municipal circles in the former country, where his aged wife still lives. His brother, August, and his son, Ferdinand, are prominent capitalists in Paris. He was of Jewish parentage, and his countrymen have taken good care of him since they learned his true conditions last week.
Daily Democrat - 7/3/1891, p1 - The Last Sad Rites - The funeral of the late Miss Alice Hamilton, who died suddenly at the Yuba City cannery Tuesday evening, took place yesterday at Sutter City from the M. E. Church. Rev. E. R. Willis and Rev. H. C. Tailman officiating. The scene at the church and grave was a very pitiful one, as the young lady was not only the idol of her aged parents, but also to a young man (a Mr. Brown) of Butte county, to whom she was to have been married in a few weeks. The young man was in attendance at the funeral and was almost prostrated with grief and the heart-felt sympathy of the assemblage was with him in his trouble. The following young lady class-mates of the deceased acted as pall-bearers, who laid her tenderly away in her last resting place in the South Butte Cemetery: Lizzie Wadsworth, Authalena Fox, Maggie Lisle, Lizzie Everett, Mrs. T. Girdner and Mrs. William Nelson.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 12/11/1875, p2 - Died: In this city, December 9th, Ebenezer Hamilton, aged 53 years, 10 months and 18 days. - Funeral will take place from the Presbyterian Church, on Sunday, December 12th, at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend without further notice.
Plumas National (Quincy) 12/18/1875 DIED At Marysville, December 9th, 1875, Ebenezer Hamilton, aged 53 years. (B. S.)
HAMILTON, FRANCES JANE
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/19/1880, p2 - Died: In this city, March 16, Frances Jane Hamilton, aged 45 years. Newark, New York papers please copy. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services which will be held at the residence of her sister, Mrs. T. J. McCormack, northeast corner of J and Fifth streets, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The remains will be taken to San Francisco by to-morrow morning's train for interment.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 3/20/1880, p3 - Funeral of Mrs. Hamilton - The funeral of Mrs. Frances Jane Hamilton was attended yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence of her sister, Mrs. T. J. McCormack, corner of Fifth and J streets. There was a full attendance of friends, and the religious services were conducted by the Rev. Wm. H. Stoy, of St. John's Episcopal Church. The body will be escorted to San Francisco by to-day's train for interment.
HAMILTON, JAMES WILEY
Appeal Democrat 10/17/1986, Pg. A5 JAMES W. HAMILTON Funeral services were scheduled at 1 p. m. today at Hutchison and Carnes Colonial Chapel for James Wiley Hamilton, 62, who died Oct 15, 1986, at his Strawberry Valley home. A native of Dublin, Tex., he had been a Yuba-Sutter area resident for four months. He was a ware-houseman for 35years. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army. Survivors include a brother, Lloyd W. Hamilton of Texas; and a sister, Lou Allie Heath of Richmond. The Rev. James Lynn of the First United Methodist Church was to officiate at the services. Burial will be in Strawberry Valley Cemetery. (B. S.)
HAMILTON, WILLIAM R.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 12/22/1869, p2 - Died: At Scott Bar, December 7th, Wm. R. Hamilton, aged about 35 years.
HAMLIN, GEORGE OSCAR
Marysville Appeal - 10/29/1918, p8 - Following an attack of influenza, George Oscar Hamlin, a native of Wisconsin, 56 years of age, died at the Yuba County hospital Sunday. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from the chapel of Kelly Bros. The deceased was a painter by trade and has resided in Marysville for some time.
Evening Democrat - 7/7/1891, p2 - Death of A Noted Man - The death of Hannibal Hamlin removes from among the living, one of the best known men of the country, who, during his lifetime has been a very useful citizen. Hannibal Hamlin, W. H. Seward, James R. Doolittle, John C. Freemont and Nathaniel P. Banks, were the leading spirits in the formation of the Republican party, and were the men who battled against the extension of slavery into new territory. One by one, these men have gone to their rest and now only one of them remain, the gallant General Banks, who is also getting along in years and ere long the great Commander-in-Chief will summon him also. - Hannibal Hamlin was a native of Maine, having been born in the little town of Paris, August 27, 1809. He prepared for college, but the death of his father compelled him to take charge of the family farm. At the age of twenty-one he became a printer. He then studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1833, and practiced until 1848. From 1836 to 1840 he was a member of the Maine Legislature, serving as Speaker in 1837, 1839 and 1840. He was a member of Congress from 1843 to 1847, a State representative again in 1847, and United States Senator from 1848 to 1857. He was Governor of Maine from January 7th to February 20, 1857, resigning the position on his re-election to the Senate. He was elected Vice-President of the United States on the ticket with Abraham Lincoln in 1860, and on the expiration of his term in 1865 was made Collector of Customs of the port of Boston. This position he retained until he was again chosen to the Senate in 1869, where he remained until 1881. He was subsequently for a few years United States Minister to Spain, but since then has held no office.
HAMLIN, NORMAN S.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Mon 4/13/1891, p1 - Death of Dr. Hamlin - Dr. Norman S. Hamlin, one of the early settlers in Yuba City, and for many years a practicing physician in this city, died in San Francisco yesterday morning. Deceased was a member of Corinth Post, G.A.R., of this city, and was a Past Department Surgeon. He was also a member of Corinthian Lodge, F. and A.M., and of Washington Chapter, R.A.M., of Marysville, and Fidelia Chapter, No. 56, O.E.S., of Yuba City. - The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Masonic Temple in San Francisco. The Masonic and G.A.R. flags in this city are at half-mast.
HAMMON, LILLIAN L.
Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/29/1966, p4 - Obituaries: Area Native Dies At 87 After Accident - Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday in Yuba City for Lillian L. Hammon, 87, of Sacramento, a native of Butte County and longtime area resident. - Mrs. Hammon died yesterday morning at Levine Medical Center in Hayward from injuries suffered in an auto accident. Born at Moore's Station, now Honcut, in Butte County, she was the daughter of the late J. C. and Barbara Moore. - She married John Hammon of Ostrom Station in 1901. They moved to Live Oak in 1919 and lived there until 1962. At the time of her death, the Hammons were living with a daughter, Myrtle Quinn, in Sacramento. - Mrs. Hammon was a member of Oak Leaf Parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden West in Live Oak; Marigold Temple of the Pythian Sisters in Yuba City; the Live Oak Grange, Live Oak Women's Club and the Live Oak Parent-Teachers association. - Survivors in addition to her husband include a son, John H. Hammon Jr. of Oakland; four daughters, Mrs. Quinn of Sacramento, Marie Wolfe of Live Oak, Wilma Kane of Hayward, Leanor Hummel of Oakland; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. - Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Rev. William Nelson, pastor of the Live Oak Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Entombment will be at Sierra View Memorial Park. Memorials to the Live Oak Presbyterian Church have been suggested by the family.
HAMMON, THOMAS EDWARD
Marysville Appeal - 10/29/1918, p8 - The death of Thomas Edward Hammon occurred Sunday, after an illness of Spanish influenza. He was a native of Yuba County, aged 37 years. He leaves to mourn him his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Hammon; one brother, Walter, of this city; and two sisters, Mrs. Walter Pasco, of Washington, and Mrs. C. E. McPhal, of San Francisco. Hammon had been for some years proprietor of the Palm saloon on D street. - Funeral services will be held from the chapel of Kelly Bros. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Wheatland cemetery.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Thu 10/31/1918, p8 - Hammon Funeral Today - At 10 o'clock this morning the funeral of Tom Hammon was held from the undertaking chapel of Kelly Bros. Rev. Rifenbark of the St. John Episcopal Church officiated. Mrs. E. A. Barr rendered several appropriate vocal numbers, being accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Earl Monson. The pallbearers were R. L. Pheal, Frank Poole, Tom Hayes, Clarence VaReese, James Sullivan and James Hyatt. Interment was made in the Wheatland cemetery.
HAMON, ALICE WINIFRED
Daily Democrat - Sat 5/22/1897, p1 - A Sudden Death - After a Brief Illness Alice Winifred Hamon Succumbed to an Affection of The Throat - Thought To Be Diphtheria - Miss Alice Hamon, 17 years of age, a daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Hamon, died quite unexpectedly at the parents' residence in Linda township at 5:30 o'clock this morning. While there was no physician in attendance during the brief illness of the young lady to diagnose the case there is reason to believe that death was due to diphtheria in its most virulent form. - Miss Hamon's illness dates from Thursday of this week, when she complained of a sore throat and a difficulty in swallowing. Yesterday her condition had grown worse, but the relatives of the young woman did not realize that she was seriously ill until about 4 o'clock this morning, when her breathing became labored, and she was unable to swallow anything. - Dr. Stratton, who was summoned by telephone from the Riley Lane place, arrived at the house just as the unfortunate young lady was breathing her last. He has advised Mr. Hamon to fumigate the premises and take every precaution against the spread of diphtheria. A cursory examination of the dead girl's throat leaves but little doubt in the physician's mind that her death is to be attributed to the dread disease. - Deceased is a sister of Miss Gertie Hamon, the young lady who was ill with diphtheria at the residence of Charles Andross on E street in this city last winter. It will be remembered that two of Mr. Andross' children were victims of the malady at the same time, Miss Gertie has visited at her father's home since her recovery, but was not at home when her sister took sick this week. - The funeral, which at the suggestion of the doctor, will be private, will take place from the parents' residence at 10 a.m. to-morrow, the interment to be in Wheatland cemetery. Services, if any, will be conducted outside the death chamber.
Daily Democrat - Mon 5/24/1897, p4 - In Linda Township, May 22, 1897, Alice Winifred, beloved daughter of Thomas and Charlotte Hamon, a native of California, aged 17 years, 9 months and 14 days.
Daily Appeal - 8/20/1901, p4 - The End Of Flesh - Funeral of the Late Thomas Hamon Last Sunday Morning - The funeral of the late Thomas Hamon took place on Sunday morning and was very largely attended. The services were held at his late residence in Linda township at 9 o'clock, the Rev. J. G. Sigler of Indian Springs officiating, as well as at the Wheatland cemetery, where the interment was made in the family plot. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Theodore Reeny, J. B. Barrie, Thomas Mahoney, Robert McIsaac, John Kuster and W. F. Lavy. - Numerous floral remembrances were placed on the casket.
HAMPTON, CHARLES CECIL
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 8/5/1904, p1 - C. C. Hampton Is No More - Death Claims One of Marysville's Leading Citizens At San Francisco - Funeral Services Today - Following the Ceremony, which Takes Place This Afternoon, the Remains Will Be Cremated - The entire community was shocked yesterday when the intelligence was received that Charles Cecil Hampton, for many years one of Marysville's foremost business men and esteemed citizens, had passed away at San Francisco at 8 o'clock that morning. - At first it seemed nearly incredible that Mr. Hampton, whom we had all seen but a few weeks ago and whose face for so many years had been so familiar would never again be viewed by his old neighbors among whom for nearly thirty years he had held a high place both in business circles and in the sincere esteem of his friends, whose name was legion in the country round about. Although it was known that his health, for some time had not been of the best, still the community was totally unprepared for the news of his demise and all day long little knots of his townsmen could be observed discussing with sorrow the event and expressing their deepest sympathy with his bereaved wife and family to whom he had always been a loving husband and most indulgent father. - In the business life of this city the dead merchant had always been esteemed one of the most honorable men of the community and while successful in his undertakings at no time in his career was his quest for fortune so keen as to cause him to treat those who were aiding him in building up his business as employes with other than the fairest consideration, and their expressions at this time speak perhaps louder than almost any other testimony as to the natural kindliness of the departed. - Charles Cecil Hampton was a man possessing human feelings in a large degree for those with whom he chanced to have business relations who might have encountered a bad stress of weather, and as a consequence been forced to seek his indulgence for a time. To all such he was invariably considerate and as a result of such attitude built up many strong friendships that endured down to the day of his death. - Mr. and Mrs. Hampton had gone to Pacific Grove about a month since, but leaving that place some two weeks ago came to San Francisco, where they had taken a residence and were living in company with their daughter, Miss Madeline Hampton, at the time husband and father was stricken and where in spite of the best medical attention, coupled with their loving ministrations, he passed away. - Charles C. Hampton Jr. was notified at an early hour yesterday morning of the bad turn in his father's condition and left at once for the bay, to be in attendance at his bedside and later notified Mrs. Hampton in this city of his final passing. - The dead merchant was a native of Hampshire, England, and was 60 years of age. He came to California about thirty-three years ago and settled at first in Los Angeles county, where he was proprietor of an orange grove. A dry year coming on he sold out his possessions there, coming to Marysville in 1875. - He was employed for several years as a salesman by George North in the hardware business, after which he went into the same line for himself, having A. J. Wightman as his partner, the firm being known as Wightman & Hampton. After Mr. Wightman retired from business the Hampton Hardware Company was incorporated with J. M. Berry as a third owner in that corporation. R. W. Boyd, who later succeeded to the Berry interest, died on January 23, 1904, at Catalina Island. - Shortly after his becoming a resident of Marysville Mr. Hampton was married to Miss Cecile Masson, who was a resident of this city at the time and who, with two children, Charles C. Hampton Jr. and Miss Madeline Hampton, survives him. - Mr. and Mrs. Hampton have always been a most devoted couple and to the bereaved wife at this time the sincere sympathy of the entire community is extended. - In fraternal circles the dead merchant was enrolled as a member of Corinthian Lodge, No. 9, F. and A.M., of Marysville Lodge, No. 38, A.O.U.W., and of Marysville Lodge, No. 1656, Knights of Honor. - The funeral services will take place in San Francisco this afternoon, following which the body will be cremated. - The store of the Hampton Hardware Company will remain closed until after the funeral.
HAMPTON, J. H.
Daily Democrat - Thu 3/31/1904, p8 - Died in Forbestown - J. H. Hampton died yesterday at his residence in Forbestown after an illness of about four months. He was born in England about fifty-three years ago and had resided in Forbestown several years. Those who knew him speak of the deceased in the highest terms. - Oroville Mercury.
HANEY, HILMA (Falck)
San Francisco Call 6/01/1907 Deaths HANEY in this city, May 31, 1907, Mrs. Hilda Haney, beloved mother of Annie and Johnnie Haney, a native of California, aged 32 years 10 months and 21 days. Remains at the parlors of Theodor Dierks & Co., 900 Devisadero Street corner of McAllister. ( Note: Although her name shows up as Helma or Hilda in some records the correct spelling is Hilma.) (B.S.)
Daily Appeal 6/05/1907, Pg. 1 Brought Up for Interment The remains of Mrs. Hilda (Hilma) Haney, a daughter of the late John C. Falck of Woodleaf, and sister of Charles L. Falck, a well known merchant of the same place, were brought up here from San Francisco yesterday for burial in the cemetery at Strawberry Valley. Beside her husband, deceased leaves two children, Annie Haney and John Haney. She was a native of Yuba county. Her husband is John F. Haney of San Francisco. (B. S.)
HANFORD, WILLIAM H.
Sacramento Bee - January 5, 1906 - Marysville Died a County Charge. Once prominent enough to be chosen to the important office of Justice of the Peace in his township, William H. HANFORD, yesterday died in the county hospital, to which institution he was sent from Brownsville. He at one time followed mining at the latter place and also at challenge. He was a native of Connecticut and 81 years of age. Like many another old Californian Hanford neglected to guard against the rainy day and when old age came on he found himself destitute and forced to become a county charge. (R.T.)
HANKINS, IRA OLIVER
Daily Appeal - 2/11/1891, p2 - Died: In Moore's Station, February 10th, Ira Oliver Hankins, a native of Pike county, Ohio, aged 26 years.
HANLEY, PETER J.
Sacramento Daily Union - 6/3/1907 - Chinese Woman Kills White Man - Beats Him on the Head with an Ax. - Murder Occurs at Timbuctoo, Once a Famous Mining Camp - By Associated Press - Marysville, Cal., June 2. - Peter J. Hanley died today from wounds inflicted by a Chinese woman last night in her store at Timbuctoo, once a famous mining camp twenty miles east of Marysville. Hanley had trouble with the woman. She beat him on the head with an ax. Hanley was a drinking man and had no family.
San Francisco Call - 6/3/1907 - Chinese Woman Kills Man Who Attacks Her - Timbuctoo Miner Dies as Result of Wounds Inflicted by Her With an Ax - Marysville, June 2. - Peter A. Hanley died today from wounds inflicted by a Chinese woman last night in her store at Timbuctoo, a once famous mining camp, 20 miles east of Marysville. Hanley had trouble with the woman, and she beat him on the head with an ax. Coroner Kelly and Sheriff Voss have gone to investigate. Hanley was a drinking man. He had no family.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 2/3/1910, p1 - Pioneer of Camptonville Is Critically Ill - The Appeal regrets to learn that John Hansen, an old and respected pioneer of Camptonville, is seriously ill at his home at that place. Mr. Hansen is 83 years old and is a sufferer from rheumatism, which, owing to his advanced age and the severe weather of the winter, has been aggravated until Mr. Hansen's condition is deemed critical by his friends and his recovery is dispaired of. Mr. Hansen's many friends, in which the Appeal includes, itself, hope for his complete recovery.
HANSEN, JOHN HENRY
Marysville Appeal - 11/17/1917, p5 - J. H. Hanson [sic], Sutter Rancher, Called - After prolonged suffering, John Henry Hansen passed away Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the home of his brother, C. F. Bossen, 118 Fifth street in this city, where he has been for the past two years. - Mr. Hansen met with an accident about five years ago, while engaged in plowing on his orchard at Terra Buena, Sutter county, having fallen and struck himself on the ploy share which afterward resulted in curvature of the spine. Two operations by San Francisco specialists followed, but to no success. - He is one of the best known ranchers of Sutter county, having been born on the old Bossen ranch at Marcuse. He was forty-five years of age and was the youngest child of the late Mrs. Margaret Bossen, and is survived by two brothers and one sister, C. F. Bossen and William Bossen of Marysville, and Mrs. William Gottwals of Yuba City. - Mr. Hansen was a member of Enterprise lodge No. 70, Free and Accepted Masons of Yuba City, also a member of the Yuba City chapter, Order of Eastern Star. - The funeral arrangements are in charge of R. E. Bevan & Son and will be announced later.
Daily Appeal - Sunday, 11/18/1917, p4 - Funeral of John H. Hansen - The funeral services of the late John H. Hansen, well known Sutter county farmer, who died last Friday evening will be held at the Masonic Temple in Yuba City Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The officers and members of Enterprise lodge No. 70, Free and Accepted Masons, will conduct the services. Interment will be in the family plot in the Marysville city cemetery under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.
Sacramento Daily Union - 5/3/1862 - Died: In Hansonville, April 30th, the infant son of James H. and Eliza Hanson, aged 10 days.
HANSON, R. H.
Daily Democrat, 07/06/1895, p. 1 R. H. Hanson Dead. The death of R. H. Hanson, a brother-in-law of H. H. Folsom of this city, and son of the late James H. Hanson, of Hansonville, is announced. The news came in the way of a surprise to his friends and acquaintances in this city, who had not learned that he was ill. He was a native of this State and 39 years of age. He, at one time, worked for F. J. Tomb, the ice dealer. About two weeks ago Hanson paid a visit to this city. He died at Summit in Plumas county.
HAPGOOD, ANNIE ELIZABETH
Appeal - 9/1/1881, p2 - Died: Drowned in the Yuba river, at Parks bar, Aug. 24th, Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Eugene D. and Elizabeth Hapgood, aged 16 years and 15 days.
Daily Appeal - 3/6/1900, p1 - Chas. Hapgood Dead - Succumbs to an Attack of Malarial Fever Early Yesterday Morning - Postmaster of Marysville - Came to the State in 1856 and Had Held Many Responsible Positions Under the Government. - The community was severely shocked yesterday morning upon receiving the intelligence that Postmaster Charles Hapgood had passed away at his residence on E street as the result of an attack of malarial fever which had confined him to the house for the past week. Although to his immediate family it was known that his condition for the two days preceding his demise was such as gave little hope for his recovery still a slight improvement in temperature noted Sunday held out a faint glimmer that perhaps he might yet defeat the attack of the grim reaper, but such was not to be and at 3 o'clock Monday morning with the soothing hand of a devoted wife, his life partner of forty years, upon his brow, his spirit passed and Charles Hapgood's book of life upon which are no stained pages, was closed. - Of some of those who go it may be said, that one had wrought his way through life's pursuits by dint of brain and brawn so forcefully applied that nought withstood its onslaughts, and again of another, that life's honors were won amidst a wearing strife and against opposition's fiercest attacks successfully repulsed. In none of these ways lay the dead man's path of life. A modest, kindly, christian gentleman of the old school was Charles Hapgood whose friends, and they were legion, had become attached to him not through mercenary motives but rather from an appreciation of the true character of the man and his natural disposition to do to any person a good turn came such opportunity his way, no matter the station in life of the recipient of his favor might be. - The deceased was born in Warren, Trumball county, Ohio, on May 22, 1830, and attended school in his native city where he received an academic education, after which he was employed as salesman in a dry good store. Always of frail physique he came to California in search of health in 1856 via the Isthmus of Panama, and the following year proceeded to Marysville, where he was first engaged with the then dry goods firm of Walker & Wilson, a few years later becoming a partner in the firm of Walsh, Hapgood & Evans, which carried on business at the corner of Fourth and D streets. - In 1860 he was married to Miss Emma Wilson, who survives him. - In 1862 deceased went to Ventenas, State of Durango, Mexico, at which place he operated an extensive silver mine and where he resided for fourteen years. Being forced finally to abandon his mining interests in that country, owing to unsettled conditions which made the frequent robbery of his ore houses by the Banditti possible, he again returned to California and was in the government service at the U. S. Customs House, San Francisco, for several years before returning again to Marysville. - In June 1883 on the resignation of J. Fred Eastman as Postmaster, he received the appointment for the unexpired term, and so satisfactorily was his work that at the expiration of the time he was again appointed to succeed himself for a full term of four years. - Later he succeeded the late Judge Granger as Register of the Marysville Land Office. On December 1st, 1897, he was again appointed Postmaster to succeed J. M. Cremins, which office he held up to the time of his death. - By his passing about twenty months of the term for which he was commissioned remained unexpired which will be filled by his wife, who will be appointed by President McKinley within a few days to the existing vacancy. - Deceased was prominent in fraternal circles, being a member of Marysville Commandery, No. 7, K. T.; of Yuba Lodge, No. 39, F. & A.M.; Washington R. A. Chapter, No. 13; Marysville Council, No. 3, R. & S. M., and of Marysville Chapter, No. 55, O.E.S. He was Past Thrice Illustrious Master of the Council, and Past Worthy Patron of the Eastern Star Chapter. He was also a member of Marysville Lodge, No. 38, A.O.U.W. - In politics he had been a consistent Republican throughout his life. - The funeral services will be conducted at the family residence on E street at 12:30 to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon, following which the remains, which are to be cremated, will leave for San Francisco on the afternoon train. - On Thursday at 11:30 a funeral car will leave the corner of Third and Townsend streets, San Francisco, for Cypress Lawn cemetery, where the cremation will take place.
HAPGOOD, MRS. E. D.
The Evening Bee, Sacramento - Monday, Oct. 16, 1905 - PIONEER WOMAN DEAD - Marysville, October 16 Sunday Mrs. E. D. HAPGOOD, formerly of Smartsville, where she resided over thirty years, departed this life in this city, aged 63 years. Mrs. W. H. Flicher, of Pacific Grove; Mrs. Simpkins, of Smartsville, and Miss Teresa Hapgood, of this city, are daughters of the deceased. A son, James Hapgood, and her husband, are the other surviving relatives. Mrs. Hapgood was a native of England. (R.T.)
Marysville Evening Democrat - 8/3/1920, p 1 - Mrs. Emma Hapgood Is Dead - Mrs. Emma Hapgood, pioneer resident of Marysville and oldest school teacher in State, having taught consecutively for 47 years, died at her home on E street late this afternoon following an illness of several weeks duration.
Marysville Democrat - 8/4/1920, p 5 - Noble Woman Is Called By Death - In The Passing of Mrs. Emma Hapgood Entire Community Suffers a Great Loss. [Note: This article was cut off on the inner binding for copy, so there are many blanks in this transcription. I took the liberty to add in obvious text and kept blank what was not clearly discernable.] Observing a tradition followed by the Hapgood family for several generations, the funeral services of Mrs. Emma Hapgood, who died late Tuesday afternoon, will be held from the family home on E street Thursday morning at 10 o'clock instead of from the Episcopal church. Rev. Mark **enbark, pastor of the Episcopal church, will officiate. The remains will be taken to San Francisco Friday morning by Kelly Bros., for cremation. Interment will be made in Cypress Lawn cemetery beside the remains of her late husband. Friends are respectfully invited to the home Thursday morning to attend the services. - In the death of Mrs. Hapgood, Yuba county loses one of the most highly respected women and pioneers in this part of the State ** her death will be mourned by hundreds of friends. She had the distinction of being one of the oldest school teachers in the State. - Born in Paynesville, Ohio, 85 years ***, she came to California in 1856 with her sister, the late Mrs. Mary **rman. Mrs. Hapgood had re***ved a thorough education in the ***, and began her career as a teacher soon after reaching this ****e. From that time until a few years ago she taught school at inter****, the last period being seventeen consecutive years. She instructed ** grammar school courses here be**** there were school building erect** using the basements of local churches for classrooms. She later taught in the Marysville high school. - Mrs. Hapgood was a member of the ***nal faculty of the Mary Atkins *****ol at Benicia, the first young la**** seminary on the Pacific Coast, *** which grew the Mills College of ****. - In 1860 the deceased was married to Charles Hapgood. She subsequently spent over twelve years in **ico returning to her home here from time to time. Mr. Hapgood was postmaster here for a time. Upon his death his wife filled his unexpired *****, and was appointed postmistress **** President Roosevelt's first term. - Mrs. Hapgood was a leader in the *** of the Eastern Star. She ****ed in various capacities in the local chapter, and was Grand Matron ** the lodge in California during the *** 1893. - Mrs. Hapgood took a keen interest ** all affairs of the city, the state, *** nation, and in fact the entire ****. She was considered one of the best posted women in the state, ***ing up her studies until incapacitated by her recent illness. - She was one of the founders and an active member of the Mary Atkins *** of women in San Francisco and *** cities. She was a charter member of the Fortnightly Club of this ****, and president of St. John's **** of St. John's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Hapgood was one of the first communicants in this parish. - The position Mrs. Hapgood held in **** community was that of a beloved and respected patriarch. She was that type of pioneer possessing the ***ling qualities which helped to **** the ground work for the California of today. - The deceased is survived by one ****er, Mrs. McAllister of Wilson's *** of Napa county, wife of Captain A. **** McAlister of the United States ****. Several nieces and nephews *** also bereaved by the death of their aunt: Mrs. Louise Clairmonte, *** Fred Parks and Waldo Johnson *** this city; Mrs. Mary Wilson and *** George F. Seward of New York; *** Emily P. Reddington, of San ***eo; Mrs. Suzanne Davidson, of San Francisco; Arno Wilson, of Wil*** Inn; Robert Wilson of San Francisco; Frank Johnson of Chico *** Anne Parks, a grandniece of *** city.
HAPGOOD, EUGENE D.
Daily Appeal - 12/2/1913, p1 - Hapgood Funeral - The funeral of the late Eugene D. Hapgood was conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Smartsville under the auspices of Rose Bar lodge, F. and A.M., of which the deceased was a member. The following friends of the deceased acted as pallbearers: J. H. McGill, D. C. McDonald, Robert Beatty, J. E. Bach, J. A. Widner and A. G. Fheaton [sic].
Sacramento Daily Union - 8/25/1881 - Accidentally Drowned - Marysville, August 24th. - Miss Lillie Hapgood, aged about 10 years, a pupil of the public school at Sicard Flat, in this county, was accidentally drowned this forenoon while fording the Yuba river on horseback, near Park's Bar. The horse stumbled and fell, and her foot being caught in the stirrup, she was drowned before assistance could reach her. She was going from Sicard Flat to Timbuctoo at the time, where her father is engaged in business. Her body was carried down the stream a distance of two miles, and was found at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
HARBISON, WALLACE ONEY
Appeal Democrat - 8/17/1966 - Obituaries: Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow in Marysville for Wallace Oney Harbison, 66, of Bear River Drive, Rio Oso, who died Monday in Sutter General Hospital. - Born in Maysville, Okla., he had lived in this area for 29 years. He was a retired employe of Diamond National Corp. - Survivors include his wife, Mattie, of Rio Oso; a daughter, Betty Hudson of Bakersfield; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. - Services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, with Rev. Irvin M. Brown of the Yuba City Church of Christ officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/11/1888, p2 - Deaths: In Marysville, January 10th, Joseph Harder, aged 56 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from Odd Fellows' Hall to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 2/21/1905, p1 - J. Hardi Passes Away - Jacob Hardi died at the Philadelphia House in this city about noon on Sunday from pneumonia and heart trouble. - The deceased was a native of Switzerland, and about fifty-five years of age. He was a miner, but had been in this city for several months. He had $200 on deposit in the Rideout Bank, and informed a friend recently that he had $800 in a Sacramento Bank. - Undertaker Bevan has taken charge of the remains.
Daily Appeal - Tue 2/21/1905, p4 - Died: In this city, February 19, 1905, Jacob Hardi, a native of Switzerland, aged 55 years. - Funeral notice hereafter.
HARDIN, WAYNE R.
Appeal Democrat - Fri 10/12/1973, p4 - Obituaries: Wayne R. Hardin, 58, of Yuba City died early today at Mills Memorial Hospital in San Mateo following a long illness. - Born in Arkansas, he had lived in California for the past 36 years. He returned to Yuba City a year ago after leaving in 1962. - Hardin was the former owner of the Hub Amusement Co. and was a charter member of the Peach Tree Golf and Country Club. - Survivors include his wife, Blanche, Yuba City; two sons, Wayne, head football coach at Temple University, and William of Belmont; his father, W.R. Hardin of Stockton; a brother, Stanley Hardin of Pine Bluff, Ark.; three sisters, Belva Hogue of Menlo Park and Roberta Wells and Alma Jo Ayers, both of Houston, Tex.; and five grandchildren. - Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. Monday at the Marysville First Methodist Church with Rev. Harry Vise officiating. A private burial will follow.
Democrat - 8/31/1891, p1 - Joined the Silent Majority - Another old resident of Yuba county, Charles Harding, joined the silent majority this morning. His death occurred in Brown's Valley. Deceased was 66 years, 5 months and 18 days old, and a brother of William Harding, whose death occurred some years since. The funeral will take place from his late home in Brown's Valley at 10 a.m. Wednesday, the interment being in Lofton's cemetery.
HARDING, CHARLES ARTHUS
Obituary - Saturday, July 14, 1951 - CHARLES (DICK) HARDING - HARDING - Charles Arthus (Dick) Harding, 73 year old life long Yuba county resident died yesterday at his home near Dobbins. For many years he had been caretaker of the 4-H club camp at Dobbins. - He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John R. Harding pioneer California residents and is survived by a son and a daughter, Leo B. Harding of Sausalito and Mrs. Jewel Deal of Del Paso Heights. - Services will be conducted in Lipp and Sullivan chapel, Marysville, at 10 a.m. Monday, with interment in the family plot in Peoria. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
Marysville Appeal-Democrat, published 24 Oct. 1935, issue, page 1 - Elijah Harding 82, veteran stockman of Browns Valley, dies. Elijah J. Harding, 82, stockman at Browns Valley for nearly 50 years died Saturday at the family home following a long illness. He was a native of Illinois. Harding is survived by his wife, Hattie, two sons, Charles and James Harding, and a daughter, Mrs. Viola Spence of Browns Valley. He also leaves a brother, William Harding, and one sister, Mrs. O. B. Smith, both of San Jose. Funeral services will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan funeral home.
There is also film #282.8865 at the California State Library reporting above. - Another news article, from a page of the Appeal-Democrat, dated Oct. 24, 1935 issue, page 1, shows Elijah Harding, 82, veteran stockman of Browns Valley, dies. Elijah J. Harding, 82, stockman at Browns Valley for nearly 50 years died Saturday at the family home following a long illness. He was a native of Illinois. It is on film #282.8865 at the California State Library. - Harding is survived by his wife, Hattie, two sons, Charles and James Harding, and a daughter, Mrs. Viola Spence of Browns Valley. He also leaves a brother William Harding, and one sister, Mrs. O. B. Smith, both of San Jose. - Funeral services will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan funeral home. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
HARDING, JOHN J.
Appeal Democrat - page 5, October 23, 1941 - J. J. HARDING DIES - John J. Harding, 60, native of Brown Valley and a Yuba County resident for many years, died Wednesday at Placerville, where he had been employed as caretaker of an estate for the past nine years. - Harding is survived by two brothers, Charles and Frank Harding of Dobbins, and by two sisters, Mrs. Edward Peterson of Browns Valley and Mrs. E. A. Upson of Visalia. - Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in Lipp & Sullivan chapel, with interment to follow in Peoria cemetery, near Browns Valley. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
HARDING, JOHN R.
Appeal - 3/19/1905, p1 - John B. [R.] Harding Is Accidentally Killed: Drops Shotgun Which Explodes, Scattering Pieces of the Brain and Skull About. Head Almost Blown From Body. - Coroner Kelly returned from Peoria at an early hour this morning, where he conducted an inquest over the remains of John R. Harding, who met death at his home near that place yesterday noon, and brought the news that the deceased did not come to his death by his own hand, as was generally believed in this city, but through an accident. - Mr. Harding and his wife were playing cards together yesterday morning and he was in the best of spirits and as jovial as could be expected. Their son, John J. Harding, was filing a saw in a small outhouse near the home. There are two rooms to this building, and while he was engaged in the task the dog commenced to bark furiously near the home. Hearing the barking Mr. Harding remarked to his wife that the dog was barking at a squirrel, and added, "I would like to have one of those squirrels for supper," and with that he arose and went into another room and got the shotgun. There were no shells in the gun at the time and he went out to the outhouse where John was filing the saw and asked him where the shells were. His son replied by telling him that he would find them in a pitcher in the other room of the outhouse. He thought nothing more of the incident, but a moment after heard the report of the weapon from the next room, and going there to see what had happened, he found his father lying upon the floor with his head almost severed from the body. John at once called his mother, who rushed to the scene from the house, to find her husband lying in a pool of his own blood and with parts of his brains and skull scattered about the small room. She was almost overwhelmed by the sudden and terrible calamity but was able to attempt to do something for him, for she thought that while there was the least sign of life, there might be hopes. But her husband probably never knew what had occurred. - Word was sent to this city and Coroner Kelly summoned. He left at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and drove over the 20 miles to the scene of the fatal accident, and there he secured a jury to act in the case. But two witnesses were examined, the wife and the son of the dead man. They told the same story and insisted that there was nothing which might have caused the deceased to take his own life. All of the home relations had always been happy, and as he was comfortably well fixed as far as finances are concerned, there are no reasons why worry or anxiety should have preyed upon his mind. - The jury was composed of Ira Landerman, foreman; Chas. Sperbeck, John W. Allwett, M. H. Kane, Clark Johnson and W. C. Johnson. After listening to the testimony given by the wife and son, the six men brought in a verdict of accidental death, and they would not listen to the theory that he had taken his own life. All of the men who acted on the jury were acquainted with the deceased, and they knew his disposition and habits, and this with the facts brought out at the inquest did away with all questions which might have arisen regarding the cause of death. - The shotgun which caused the death of John R. Harding was of twelve bore and the shot was No. 8, but the force of the shot was enough to almost completely blow the head from the body. From what could be ascertained from the conditions it is thought that Mr. Harding dropped the gun after placing the shells in it and that it was the fall which set it off. The shot must have been fired almost directly up, as some of the brains were found sticking to the ceiling, where they had been blown by the force of the shot. Coroner Kelly found one of the eyes upon a shelf in the room and pieces of the skull were scattered around in profusion. The entire left side of the head was blown from the shoulders, and there was not a particle of the brains left in the piece of skull which remained intact. Mr. Kelly gathered up the remnants from their resting places about the room and put the head together as best he could. - The deceased was born in Illinois fifty-four years ago and he leaves to mourn his loss besides a widow, three sons and two daughters. The children with the exception of John, are scattered, but they have all been notified of the sudden death of their father. - He was a farmer and stock raiser and had resided near Peoria and Browns Valley for a number of years. He was quite well known in Marysville and throughout the county. He was a good man and was well thought of by all who knew him. - The funeral will be held from the house on Monday morning at 11 o'clock and the interment will take place in the Peoria cemetery at noon. (K.S.)
Daily Appeal, Tuesday March 21, 1905 - HARDING FUNERAL - The funeral of the late John R. Harding took place at 11 o'clock yesterday morning from his late home near Browns Valley. - Rev. Mr. Lewis, of Honcut, officiated at the church and grave. - The following friends acted as pall bearers: John Higgins, Norman Johnson, James Dolan, Maurice Kane, Joseph Hendricks and William Richard. The choir sang at the church and grave. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
Appeal - 2/8/1880, p2 - Died: In East Bear River township, Yuba county, February 6th, Laura, wife of Wm. Harding, Esq., aged 29 years; also at the same place and time, their infant child. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of the bereaved husband and father in East Bear River township this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment Harding burying ground one-quarter of a mile distant from the residence.
Appeal - 4/3/1923, p3 - Mrs. Mary Harding Former Yuba Resident, Is Dead In Oakland - Mrs. Ed Lewis yesterday received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Harding, was born in Yuba county and lived for several years in the vicinity of Bullard's Bar. She was the daughter of Mrs. N. J. Eastman, of this city and George Mix of Dobbins.
HARDING, MARY ELIZABETH
Appeal Democrat - 6/25/1953, p8 - Oldtime Wheatland Resident Succumbs - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Harding, 91, a resident of Wheatland, died last night in Yuba City Community hospital. - She was a resident of Wheatland for over 60 years, and a native of Backbone, Nevada county. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sacks, pioneer Nevada county residents, and the widow of Sheridan Harding. - Surviving are two sons, J. P. Rich, San Francisco, and F. W. Harding, San Francisco; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hardman, Del Paso Heights, and Mrs. Clemance Knoll, Sacramento; six grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren. - Funeral services will be held Saturday at 11 p.m. in Lipp & Sullivan chapel, Marysville. Interment will be in Wheatland cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 9/7/1887, p2 - Deaths: In Wheatland, September 6th, Mrs. Melisa Harding, aged 27 years and 11 months. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Baptist church, Wheatland, Thursday at 2 p.m.
Appeal - 6/1/1898, p1 - Samuel Harding Dead: Passing of a Man Long Prominent in Yuba County - Dr. Powell was notified at 6 o'clock last evening to proceed at once to the Olson ranch, near Tudor, Sutter county, to attend Samuel Harding, who had become unconscious while viewing some cattle he had there on pasture. Before the doctor left this city he was notified that Mr. Harding was dead. - The news was a great shock to the many friends of the deceased, some of whom had conversed with him in this city early in the day. - The deceased was for many years a well known resident of Yuba county, and was the owner of the Harding ranch in West Bear River township, containing some 7000 acres which is now owned partly by F. C. Lofton and partly by Cline Bull. After leaving this county a few years since he went to Auburn where he conducted a grocery store for about two years. He sold out his interest a year ago and went to Berkeley to reside with his family. - The deceased had just returned from Grass Valley where he had been visiting his daughter. During his residence of twenty five years in West Bear river township he won the respect and esteem of his neighbors and many friends. - He leaves to mourn his loss a wife to whom he was fondly attached, a daughter who is maaried [sic] to Attorney John Tyrell of Grass Valley, a brother of Mrs. G. H. Stokes of this city; Woodson Harding and Ida Lee Harding, both of whom have resided at Berkeley with their parents. - Mr. Harding intended to visit friends in this city for a few days, and then return to his home at Berkeley. He had suffered for several years from heart trouble, which was the cause of his death. - Coroner Bevan went to Tudor to take charge of the remains. - The deceased was a native of Illinois, and about 61 years of age.
HARDING, SARAH A.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/21/1909, p1,4 - Burned To Death In Hospital Fire: Mrs. J. B.[R.] Harding of Yuba City Perishes at Redding - Mrs. J. R. Harding, sister of Coroner P. W. Rowe of Yuba City, was burned to death in a fire that destroyed the St. Caroline hospital in Redding early Sunday morning. The inmates and nurses of the institution all had narrow escapes. Mrs. Harding was a student nurse, having gone to Redding from Yuba City on September 1st. - Mrs. Harding was a native of Iowa, aged 49 years. She was the widow of J. R. Harding of Browns Valley and was the mother of three sons and two daughters. They are Dick Harding of Big Bend, Frank Harding of Dobbins, J. J. Harding of Indiana Ranch, Mrs. Hank Childs of Redding and Mrs. Al McAlpine of Alturas, Modoc county. - The remains arrived here at 3 o'clock today and will be taken to the Peoria cemetery for burial at 2 o'clock this afternoon. R. E. Bevan of this city has charge of the funeral. Interment will be made in the family plot of the Peoria cemetery. - The following is the story of the accident and death of Mrs. Harding as told by the dispatch from Redding: - Redding, Sept. 20. - St. Caroline hospital burned at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. J. H.[R.] Harding of this city, a nurse, perished. All others escaped in their night clothes. The loss is $20,000, Insurance, $12,000. - The fire had been smoldering for three hours. At midnight, Miss Constance Rainsberry, the matron, detected the odor of smoke, presumably due to burning rubber. She made a tour of the entire two-story building, going even into the attic and down into the basement. She examined every nook and corner and tested every gas jet, but could find no trace of the fire. Reassured, she retired, leaving the night nurse on watch. - At 3 o'clock T. J. Simpson, a patient, was awakened by the crackling of flames. He shouted an alarm that rang through the building and aroused the six other patients, the nurses and all the attendants - fifteen in number. - Miss Rainsberry, the matron, and the nurses, Miss Rozzie Manning and Miss Bertha Lampkin, first assistant, all of whom came here recently from Sacramento, turned their first attention to saving the helpless patients. Miss Rainsberry picked up Dean Lack, a Millville boy, and carried him downstairs in her arms and set him on the lawn. Miss Lampkin and Miss Manning tried to carry out Alfred Castro, of Coram, a typhoid patient, on the mattress. He was too heavy, so they dragged him out of the building to the lawn. Then they ran across the street and turned in the alarm. - Before the firemen arrived all the patients were outside, some of them having been able to assist themselves. - Miss Rainsberry made two trips back in the burning building. On each trip she noticed that Mrs. Harding's room was vacant, and for that reason assumed that she made her escape. Miss Rainsberry herself had a very close call. On her last trip upstairs she was cut off from retreat by way of the stairs. She was forced to go out upon the upstairs porch and jump to the ground, twenty feet below. The force of her fall was broken by outstretched arms that were ready to catch her. She was unharmed by the jump, but she was scorched on one hand and the stockings were burned from her feet. Her burns were not serious. - Miss Lampkin had a close call too. She went back into the burning building to save some personal property, if possible, and stayed a little too late. Starting to descend the stairs, she was almost overcome by the stifling heat and smoke, and but for the supporting arms of Milton McConnell she would have perished. Before McConnell and Miss Lampkin reached the bottom of the stairs they heard a woman's shrieks at the top. McConnell turned and recognized Mrs. Harding. It was impossible to render her assistance for he and Miss Lampkin were in pretty hot quarters themselves. Mrs. Harding, blocked by the flames, fell forward on the stairs and lay as though dead, and the next moment the flames completely engulfed her. - The body was recovered three hours later. It hardly had the semblance of a human being. Only the stumps of the limbs were left and the features were unrecognizable. - There was little the firemen could do. The magnificent two-story frame building, together with its valuable equipment, was a total loss. - The fire was without question due to faulty wiring. T. J. Simpson, the patient who was awakened by the fire, ran into the attic to arouse the porter, Blake McLaughlin. He saw that the blaze had started where a multitude of wires entered the building. - The coroner's inquest absolved the hospital management from all blame for the death of Mrs. Harding. She probably became bewildered and could not or did not find her way to the stairway soon enough, though she was aroused in plenty of time. Miss Rainsberry, the matron, and her two nurses, Miss Rozzie Manning and Miss Bertha Lampkin, were commended for their thoughtfulness and bravery. Miss Rainsberry and Miss Lampkin come here on September 1st from Sacramento. Mrs. Harding came about the same time from Yuba City and was a student nurse. - St. Caroline hospital was occupied for the first time two years ago to a day, and was built wholly by local capital. It was equipped with every modern appliance and was up-to-date in every aspect. The institution was rapidly growing in popular favor.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/22/1909, p1 - Funeral of Fire Victim - The remains of Mrs. Sarah A. Harding, who was burned to death in the fire that destroyed the St. Caroline hospital at Redding Sunday morning, took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Peoria church, near Browns Valley. R. E. Bevan of this city had charge of the arrangements. - The pallbearers were Charles Burris, Herman Mott, Joseph Hendricks, T. Dodson. Interment was in the Peoria cemetery.
Appeal Democrat - Thu 11/2/1950, p17 - Sheridan Harding, 85, member of a pioneer Yuba county family, died Tuesday in Sacramento after a long illness. He was born in Nevada county but lived most of his life in Yuba in the Wheatland area. - His home for many years was on the Frank Kirshner ranch. - He was the grandson of F. R. Lofton, who helped settle Yuba county. - Survivors are a son, Francis W. Harding, San Francisco; a stepson, John P. Rich, San Francisco; a daughter, Mrs. Clemence Knoles; a stepdaughter, Mrs. L. E. Hardman; and an adopted daughter, Naomi Comstock.
The Appeal-Democrat, Jan 26, 1942,
p2 - Aged Pioneer Dies -
Death, after 76 years, has parted the Harding twins, Sherman and Sheridan,
leading residents of Wheatland for a long period of time.
Sherman Harding, 76, member of a pioneer Yuba county family and resident in the Wheatland district for many years, died Saturday in Oakland. He was a native of California. - Surviving children are Mrs. Walter F. Gorton of Oakland, Mrs. Arnold McLay of Alameda and Nelson L. Harding of Wheatland. He also leaves a brother, Sheridan H. Harding of Wheatland and one sister, Mrs. Charles Crosby of Auburn, and several grandchildren. - Funeral services will be held at 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at Lipp & Sullivan chapel, with interment in the Wheatland cemetery. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
HARE, JAMES KNOX
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/7/1902 - Hopeless Struggle Ended - James K. Hare at Last Answers Death's Dreaded Summons, Dying Sunday - Ex-county clerk James Knox Hare, whose serious illness was duly announced in the Appeal, died at his home in this city at 5:20 Sunday morning. - Mr. Hare was born in Rock Island county, Ill. on August 11, 1847 and in 1864 started for the Pacific Slope, coming to Marysville that same year. He was employed clerking for some time, and then entered into business on his own account, becoming a dealer in groceries and provisions at No. 632 B street. - In 1882, Mr. Hare received the nomination for county clerk, and to this office he was elected by a handsome majority for several terms following, he was re-elected by large majorities until he had served 12 years in all. - This is a splendid indication of the high standing he employed in the county and the confidence that was reposed in him. His business and political career made him popular with all classes and the county was very fortunate in being able to retain the services for so long of a man whose experience and education fitted him so well for the office. - His brother, S. C. Hare, attended to his business while he looked after the county's affairs. - Mr. Hare was in poor health for some time, suffering from an abscess in his left lung. - The deceased was an old soldier and served his country well in her hour of danger. He was also a member of the 8th Cal. Vol. and one of the early members of the Corinth Post. - The deceased leaves a wife, two sons - James and Carl Hare, and one daughter, Mrs. Ernst Murphy; also a brother Sam C. Hare to mourn his demise. - In politics the deceased was a Democrat. He had for his deputy in the county clerk's office, J. "Sid" Rearden [sic]. They made a splendid working team. - The announcement of Mr. Hare's death will be received with deep regrets by his friends throughout the entire county for he was one of the best known residents of Marysville. - The funeral will take place from his late residence, corner B & Seventh streets, this morning at 10 o'clock and interment at the city cemetery.
HARE, LODIZA L.
Daily Democrat - Mon 12/12/1892, p1 - Death of Mrs. L. L. Hare - Mrs. Lodiza L. Hare, mother of J. K. Hare, County Clerk, and S. C. Hare, died at her home in Grass Valley Friday night at the advanced age of 72 years. The remains were brought to this city Saturday evening and the funeral took place yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence of J. K. Hare, corner of B and Seventh streets. - The Rev. Mr. Allen, of the Presbyterian Church, conducted the services at the residence and grave. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: V. L. Earnshields, John Learmont, C. H. Cope, J. S. Reardon, Fred Roberts and N. Schneider.
HARGRAVE, LESLIE LeROY
Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/22/1966, p14 - Obituaries: Funeral services are pending at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel for Leslie Hargrave, 44, of 1499 Hammonton Rd., Marysville, who collapsed and died early today at Becker's Auto Service, Marysville, where he was employed.
Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/23/1966, p6 - Obituaries: Funeral services are scheduled tomorrow for Leslie LeRoy Hargrave, 43, of Linda, who was pronounced dead on arrival yesterday at Rideout Hospital after collapsing at work in Marysville. - A native and lifetime resident of Yuba County, he made his home at 1499 Hammonton Road, Linda. He was a tire recapper at Becker's Auto Service in Marysville. He was a Linda Volunteer fireman and a charter member of the Linda department. - He is survived by his wife, Florence; a son, Johnny of Linda; a daughter, Ellen Ann of Linda; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hargrave of Linda; a brother, Mervin of Richmond; and by two sisters, Mrs. Marie Gamble of Hayward and Mrs. Faith Brown of Empire, Nev. - Funeral services are scheduled tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel with Rev. Ray Dugger of Linda First Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Wheatland Cemetery.
(Died November 9, 1896) - Daily Appeal - 1/01/1897 MATRIMONIAL ADVENTURES AND CALLS FROM FATHER TIME Revelations for the Year (1896) From the Clerks and Coroners Records Deaths - November 9 Patrick Harkins , native of Ireland, aged 72 years, died in Strawberry Valley. (B. S.)
Yuba County Undertakers Records 1889-1897 Age 72 years native of Ireland - date of death , November 9, 1896 place of death, Strawberry Valley single, male occupation, farmer cause of death, embolism of right cerebral artery and paralysis resulting. (B. S.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/20/1914, p5 - War Veteran Dies - Yuba City, Oct. 19. - Death claimed Gus Harlacher, a veteran of the Spanish-American war, at the Sutter county hospital last night. The deceased was 41 years of age and a native of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He served in the Spanish war as a member of the 67th Coast Art. and was given an honorable discharge at Honolulu in 1900. For the last few years he has been a resident of this county. He had no relatives. R. E. Bevan & Son have charge of the funeral arrangements.
5/20/1938 - Oldest Native S. F. Man Dead - Elisha Harlan, 88, who claimed to be the oldest living native of San Francisco - born here in 1850, after his father had narrowly escaped the fate of the Donner party - died yesterday. - Surviving him is a daughter, Mrs. Mable Davidson, 2149 Santa Clara avenue, Alameda, with whom he had lived in recent years and where he died. - His father, Joel Harlan, and his grandfather, George, left Independence, Mo., in 1845, bound for California. En route their train of 60 wagons met the Donner party and accompanied them to the Truckee canyon, where a dispute arose over the route, and the parties divided, the Donner group going on to its historic fate. - Shortly after arrival in San Francisco, Joel Harlan married Minerva June Fowler, who had been a member of the immigrant train. Elisha was born in 1850. - The family early bought a 2000-acre ranch in Contra Costa county, part of the Amador grant, and El Nido rancho in part remains in the family. - Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today at the Smiley & Gallagher chapel, 415 Oak street, Alameda.
HARLEM, HENRY J.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/10/1901, p1 - Shocking Suicide - H. J. Harlem Throws Himself From Third-Story Window to Roof Below - Fall of About Thirty Feet - Death Was the Immediate Result - Attempted to End His Life Last Friday Night by Using Morphine - H. J. Harlem, the clothing salesman, who took an overdose of morphine last Friday night-as published exclusively in The Appeal-committed suicide at 6:20 o'clock last evening by throwing himself out of a top-floor window on the north side of the Western Hotel. - For several days after Harlem took the morphine it was very uncertain whether he would recover, but with good care he grew stronger apparently, and his wife and brother, who have been here since Sunday, had decided to take him to San Francisco today. - Last evening he told his wife, who was in the room with him, that he would like a glass of lemonade, and she went down to the office of the hotel to order it, leaving him alone. On her return to the room he was missing. After searching the next room, she gave the alarm, and a dozen people went to look for him. - It soon became apparent that he had thrown himself out of the window, as the mosquito bar was found to have been cut after Mrs. Harlem had left the room. - Coroner Hopkins was notified, and he soon arrived with Officer J. P. Colford. They made a search of the alley-way on the north side of the building, between the hotel and Gordon's, but did not find the missing man. A ladder was then procured and the body was found on the roof of the Marcuse coal shed, a distance of about thirty feet from the window out of which the man had thrown himself. - When the body was removed to the Coroner's office an inspection was made and a mark was found on his forehead that at first sight resembled a bullet wound. The body was also bleeding from a wound in the back of the head. - The Coroner later returned to the room, where he found a razor, with which no doubt Harlem had cut the mosquito bar. Mr. Hopkins then made another examination of the roof of the building in the alley, but no pistol was found. - The physician, who had been attending Harlem during his illness, viewed the body shortly afterward, and stated that the mark on the forehead was not caused by a bullet; it was only a scalp wound. If Harlem had shot himself, there would have been powder marks to show for the act. He had evidently landed on the back of his head and sustained a fracture at the base of the skull. He may have come in contact with electric wires in falling. - When Harlem was found last Saturday morning suffering from morphine poisoning, it was thought that he had accidentally taken an overdose to kill pain. But there were some who stated that he had attempted to commit suicide, and their opinion is borne out by the tragedy of last evening. - The deceased had only been a resident of this city about seven weeks, and had made no particular friends. While at work in Weinlander & Hexter's store he was found to be of a very quiet disposition, never speaking to any person unless he was first spoken to. He sat around the hotel in the evenings, and it was remarked that he acted like a man that had trouble on his mind. - His brother was so well satisfied with the progress that the unfortunate man had made that he returned to San Francisco yesterday morning, and the deceased and his wife were to have joined him today. - The members of Oriental Lodge were notified during the week that Harlem was an Odd Fellow, and a member of a San Bernardino lodge. Several of the local members visited him and his wife during his illness. - The unfortunate and grief stricken wife, who naturally is terribly shocked, was promptly taken in charge by Captain J. R. Foster and wife, who were very kind to her, and who will bestow every attention on her until her relatives arrive from San Francisco today. - The full name of the deceased was Henry J. Harlem. He was a native of London, England, and about 42 years of age. His brother, Louis, resides at San Jose, where he is in business, and his brother, Ben, at Fresno. The deceased was a member of the San Jose Lodge of Masons, as well as an Odd Fellow.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/10/1901, p1 - Inquest Over Harlem Held - Little Light Thrown Upon the Cause of the Shocking Tragedy - Suicide's Brother Talks - Says That He Can Give No Explanation of the Rash Act-No Known Trouble to Account For It - Coroner A. B. Hopkins held an inquest last evening to ascertain the causes leading to the death of Henry J. Harlem, who threw himself out of a window of the Western Hotel on Wednesday evening thus, breaking his neck. - The following jury were sworn: C. W. Bennett, M. T. Featherly, H. Rathbun, A. Hedges, J. W. Winner, C. H. White, Jerry O'Keefe, Joe Brown, A. Ladynski. - Mrs. Harlem, widow of the deceased, told about her husband having been ill and stated that he had been growing better. At his request, she had gone after a lemonade; on her return to the room, he was gone. - Captain Foster testified that he had been a guest at the Western Hotel since August 26th. - L. C. Jennings testified that he heard a noise in the alley-way back of the bar (where the body was found) after making the lemonade that the deceased's wife had ordered. - Louis Harlem, a brother of the deceased, testified that he had never heard the dead man make any remarks favoring suicide, but the opposite. - Dr. Powell, who made the autopsy, testified that he found a small scalp wound on the forehead of the deceased, about two inches above the left eye, with some discoloration around the wound. There was a large scalp wound, 3 1/2 inches long, on the top and back part of head. Found no fracture of the skull. There was a superficial wound on the left side of the neck, apparently made by contact with an electric wire. The whole front part of the neck was much discolored, and the neck was broken at the first cervical vertebra. The cause of death was a fracture of the neck. - Several other witnesses were examined who related facts already published in The Appeal. - The jury found that he came to his death by the breaking of his neck, caused by the fall, and they further believe that it was from suicidal intent. - The remains were shipped to San Francisco on the Oregon express this morning, and the interment will take place at the Salem Jewish cemetery, San Mateo, under the auspices of the Masons. - An Appeal reporter discussed the matter with the deceased's brother last evening. He said that after he came up from San Francisco to see his brother, after the latter had taken the morphine, that he had discussed the matter with him and that the deceased had told him that he took an overdose by mistake. He added that he was not addicted to the use of morphine, but had taken some to kill pain. When he had met his brother two months ago the latter was quite cheerful and he could not account, therefore, for the change that had come over him since he came to Marysville. The speaker said he knew that the deceased and his wife had lived happily together before he came to Marysville, and it was expected that she would soon join him here. He said in conclusion that he could throw no light on why his brother had committed the rash act that made one whom he had loved a widow.
HARLEY, AMELIA ANN (Annie)
Rabbit Creek Journal July 24, 1997 Amelia Ann (Annie) Harley, 55, of Strawberry Valley died Thursday, July 17, 1997, at her residence. A native of Paris, Ark., she had lived in Strawberry Valley for two years after living in Butte County for a number of years. She was the youngest daughter of Ben and Laura Belle Harley, longtime residents of Clipper Mills. She was a homemaker and a volunteer for the Butte County Rape Crisis Center. She was a member of Calvary Chapel in Oroville. She is survived by: two daughters Laura Becker of Clipper Mills and Dorothy S. Rogers of Oroville; a sister, Mary Hall of Fort Worth, Texas; two brothers Charles B. Harley of Yuma, AZ. And William Harley of Grants Pass, OR.; and five grandchildren. Graveside services were held at Strawberry Valley Cemetery, with Rev. Bob Parker of the Universal Life Church officiating, arrangements were under the direction of Hutchinson and Carnes Colonial Chapel. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
HARMON, LAURA E. (CRAWFORD)
Appeal-Democrat 06/09/1952, p. 7 LAURA HARMON HARMONMrs. Laura Harmon 66, wife of John C. Harmon, 604 Feather River Blvd., Marysville, died in Rideout Memorial hospital Saturday after a brief illness. Mrs. Harmon, a native of Arkansas, had been a resident of this area for 10 years. She is survived by her husband, a son, John, two daughters, Mrs. Doris Sickerson and Mrs. Pauline Weaver, 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, all of this community. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel.
Marysville Daily Appeal 4/30/1874, p 2 Died: At Black Bear mine, April 17th, Daniel Harnet.
HARNEY, DAVID H.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/22/1889, p2 - Deaths: In Marysville, March 20th, David H. Harney, a native of New York, aged 55 years. - The funeral will take place from St. Joseph's Cathedral this (Friday) morning at 9 o'clock.
HARNEY, GEORGE W.
Marysville Appeal - 9/15/1925, p8 - Geo. W. Harney Former Mayor Passes Away - George W. Harney, a pioneer resident, former mayor of Marysville and horticultural commissioner of Yuba county for 30 years, died Sunday evening from heart trouble, from which he had suffered for sometime. - He is survived by his widow, his son, George R. Harney, two grandchildren, and two sisters, Miss Mary Harney and Sister St. George of the Notre Dame order, both of San Francisco. - At 9:30 o'clock Wednesday morning the funeral services will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church, a requiem mass being said for the repose of his soul. Interment will take place in the family plot in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan. The remains will be taken to the Harney home at 3 o'clock this afternoon. - The son of the late David and Margaret Harney, settlers in Yuba county in the early days, Harney was born in Marysville May 31, 1864. When a youth, Harney entered the local office of Wells-Fargo & company, working as a clerk. Sometime later he became an employe of the Rideout-Smith banks at Marysville and Oroville. Afterwards he engaged in the real estate and insurance business. Until illness brought about his retirement in 1923, Harney followed that business. - His service as horticultural commissioner, which position he also relinquished two years ago, stands as a record in this state. - It was in 1902 that Harney was elected mayor of this city. He served a term of two years. For a number of years he acted as secretary of the Marysville chamber of commerce. Throughout his life he was a firm believer in the resources of Yuba county and its future, and never lost an opportunity to spread that belief. - Harney was a member of the local lodge of Elks.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/27/1905, p1 - Death Calls Mrs. Harney - Career of a Well Known Pioneer Woman Comes to a Sudden End - Mrs. Margaret Harney, an old-time resident of Marysville, died very suddenly at her late residence, 529 B street, in this city yesterday afternoon about five o'clock. Although seventy-two years of age, she was apparently in the best of health up to the last. She had been sitting out on the front porch for a time, and arising about the hour named, remarked to her daughter that she would go in to take a cup of tea. A few minutes later Miss Mary Harney entered the house and found her mother lying prone on the floor, where she had fallen in a fainting spell. Neighbors were quickly summoned and the stricken lade was placed on a couch. Restoratives were applied, and Dr. Barr was called, and upon his arrival pronounced her beyond all help, and stated that she had died of valvular disease of the heart. - The deceased was one of the oldest residents of Marysville as well as one of the oldest members of St. Joseph's Catholic church, having come to Marysville in December, 1859. - She had a large circle of friends and acquaintances and was a notably pious, genial and charitable lady. Her sudden demise was a great shock to this community and a sad blow to her surviving children, George W. Harney and Mary C. Harney, of this city, and Sister Mary of St. George, Superioress of the Convent of Notre Dame, Alameda. An announcement of the funeral will be published later.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/28/1905, p8 - The Harney Funeral - The funeral of the late Mrs. Margaret Harney will take place today. Requiem mass for the repose of her soul will be celebrated at St. Joseph's church at 10:30 a.m. The interment will take place in the family plot at the Catholic cemetery.
HARNEY, MARY CATHARINE
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/22/1874, pe - Died: In this city, November 21st, Mary Catharine, youngest daughter of David H. and Margaret Harney, aged 6 years, 3 months and 21 days. - Funeral to-morrow (Monday) from St. Joseph's Cathedral at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends are invited to attend.
Sacramento Evening Bee - January 30, 1906 - BURIED TO-DAY - Marysville, January 30 Mrs. Elsie HARRIMAN, who, three years ago, came to Sicard Flat from New Jersey with her husband to reside with the latters uncle, Stephen HARRIMAN, passed away yesterday in the thirty-fourth year of her age. Beside her husband, four children, two sons and two daughters, survive her. The burial took place in the Smartsville Cemetery to-day. (R.T.)
HARRINGTON, JESSIE C.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 1/6/1869, p2 - Died: In this city, January 5th, Jessie C., daughter of Edwin A. and Mary A. Harrington, aged 2 years, 1 month and 14 days. - The funeral will take place from the residence of the parents, corner of E and Eighth streets, this afternoon at two o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Daily Appeal - 9/10/1901, p1 - An Unknown Dead Man: Found in a Water Hole Near the Cliff House - Coroner A. B. Hopkins was notified about 10:30 on Sunday morning that the body of an unknown man had been found in a hole under the trestle between the Cliff House and the covered portion of the Feather river bridge by Charles Young. - When the Coroner arrived the body was floating in the water about three feet from the shore. From its appearance the man must have been dead about ten days as the features were beyond recognition. - The body was dressed in a brown canvas coat, black striped shirt and overalls; in one of the coat pockets was found a flask of whisky. The deceased was about 6 feet in height, and may have been from 35 to 40 years old. - Coroner Hopkins brought the remains to the morgue, where no one recognizing them, owing to their condition, he at once subpoenaed half a dozen jurymen and after they had viewed the remains they were buried. - From one source it was learned that the deceased was known as "Slim" Harrington, and that he worked on the Rideout ranch in Sutter county up to two weeks ago when he was taken sick and started for Marysville.
Daily Appeal - 9/11/1901, p1 - Coroner's Jury Sits - Finds Name of Unknown Man Found Drowned to Be John Harrington - Coroner Hopkins held an inquest last evening to ascertain the cause leading to the death of an unknown man who had been found drowned in a hole near the Cliff House last Sunday morning. - The following jury were sworn: Chas. Dowell, Albert Hedges, J. B. Moody, J. P. Helweiger, H. R. Milligan and E. G. Adams. - Testimony was given to show that a man named Jack Harrington, commonly called "Slim," had disappeared from his camp near Feather river on Tuesday, September 3d, and that he corresponded with the description given of the deceased. - The jury found that the name of the deceased was John Harrington, known as "Slim," and that he was accidentally drowned on September 3, 1901.
HARRINGTON, WILLIAM M.
Marysville Democrat 02/24/1925, p.6 COLUSA BANKER IS SUMMONED BY DEATH IN BAY CITY HOTEL William M. Harrington, assistant cashier of the Colusa county bank, and scion of a family once prominent in Marysville, died in San Francisco Saturday night. His death was sudden and a shock to friends and relatives. The deceased was in San Francisco with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Tuttle, to attend the automobile show. Returning to his room at the St. Francis Hotel Saturday night he complained of exhaustion and before medical aid could be summoned, had passed away. Native of Marysville Harrington was born in Marysville, November 18, 1858, and received his educations [sic] in Colusa, San Francisco and New Hampshire. He worked in a bank at Puget Sound and thirty-three years ago took the position of teller in the local bank, later becoming assistant cashier. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Marysville Lodge of Elks and was president of the Colusa Antlers Club. He is survived by a widow and three daughters. Funeral services will be held from the residence Tuesday morning at 10 oclock. They will be private. The Harringtons were a family of prominent merchants here in early days. They came to California during the gold rush and the deceased, one of the last of a family, resided here for several years before moving to Colusa.
HARRINGTON, WILLIAM P.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/1/1903, p5 - The Tomb - In San Francisco, November 30, 1903, W. P. Harrington of Colusa, aged 76 years. - Funeral services will occur Wednesday in Colusa.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/2/1903, p7 - The Funeral Today - Another of the Pioneers Has Gone Hence to Join Companions of Other Days and the Book Closed - Last of William P. Harrington - Tuesday the Democrat contained an obituary notice of William P. Harrington, who died in San Francisco Monday. Mr. Harrington came to California in 1849, during the excitement caused by the discovery of gold, and he went to Placerville first. In the spring of 1850 he came to Marysville where he engaged in merchandising, the firm being Harrington & Hazelton, where he continued to 1859. That year the mines of White Pine and Washoe caused a stampede from California over the Sierras to the country now Nevada, and among them was W. P. Harrington and Horace Beach, both residents of this city. The two men were warm personal friends and when they arrived where silver was being found in great quantities they set to work to construct a mill to do custom crushing. It was a failure financially, but the two men remained there until 1864, Harrington having been elected a member of the territorial Legislature in 1861. John H. Tennent at that date was a grocery merchant engaged in trade on First street in this city, then known as the "Plaza," and with his wife and two daughters resided in the Merchants' Hotel. - After the return of Harrington and Beach from Washoe the two men married the two Tennent girls, but the writer does not remember the dates. Rev. W. H. Stoy officiated for Horace Beach and his bride in the present edifice of the Episcopal Church. - In 1869 Harrington went to Colusa in the employ of Decker & Jewett and in 1870 he commenced work in the bank there as cashier. In 1889 he became President of the bank and held the same office when he died, and his funeral took place in Colusa at 3 o'clock today.
HARRIS, BETTY H.
Sacramento Daily Union - 6/11/1860 - Died: At Forbestown, Butte county, June 2d, Betty H., only child of H. M. and A. A. Harris, aged 2 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/29/1899, p1 - Death of a Wheatland Merchant - Charles Harris, the Wheatland jeweler, died yesterday at his home from paralysis. - The deceased was a native of Cornwall, England, and about 56 years of age. He was naturalized in August 10th, 1879 in the District Court of Storey county, Nevada. - He leaves a widow, two married daughters and five sons to mourn his demise. - - p3 - Died: In Wheatland, October 28th, Charles Harris, a native of Cornwall, England, aged 56 years. - Interment at Nevada City Monday.
HARRIS, EDWARD HENRY
Sacramento Daily Union - 9/28/1874 - Died: Forbestown, Sept. 22 - Jehial Harris, 48 years.
HARRIS, JOSEPH BELL
Marysville Appeal - 9/17/1925, p5 - Another Old Time Yuba County Man and Veteran Dies - Smartsville, Sept. 16. - Word has been receoved [sic] here by Robert Beatty of the death of his brother-in-law, Joseph Bell Harris, at Berkeley. Mr. Harris was formally a well known man of Yuba county, having married Miss Jennie Tifft of this place, and for many years conducted a dry goods store at Wheatland. He was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. He was a civil war veteran, aged eighty years and leaves to mourn his loss a devoted wife and daughter.
HARRIS, THOMAS K.
Marysville Democrat - 7/14/1924, p 5 - Thos. K. Harris of Smartsville Dies - Smartsville, July 14 - Thomas Kent Harris, former resident of this place, died Friday, July 11 at San Francisco. He was the husband of the late Sarah A. Harris, and father of Mrs. Lucy A. Bishop, T. Elmer Harris and Mrs. Aurelia Cooling and the late Henry Harris. He was a native of England and aged 74 years, five months and 4 days. He was a member of Roses Bar Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons of Smartsville. - Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Truman Undertaking Chapel at San Francisco. Interment was made in Cypress Lawn Memorial Park.
HARRIS, WALTER B.
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/28/1856 - Died: In Forbestown, El Dorado [Butte] county, March 21st, Walter B., only child of Homer and Aldaretta Harris, late of Diamond Springs, aged 1 year and 10 months.
Appeal Democrat 06/30/1955 OBITUARIES CHARLES HARRISON HARRISONCharles Harrison, 70, a native of England, died in his cabin near Plumas Lake store yesterday. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Joseph Goode, London. Funeral services will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, Marysville.
HARRISON, R. P.
Sacramento Union 10/14/1853, p. 2 DIED. Oct. 1st, at Marion Flat, North Fork of Feather river, R. P. HARRISON, of Wakefield, Yorkshire, England.
Marysville Appeal Democrat - 2/6/1957, p 10 - William HARRISON, 95, a native of Brighton, England, who came to the U. S. in 1901, died yesterday in San Mateo Community Hospital after a long illness. He was Yuba County's first farm advisor, living in Marysville from 1918-1941. - Harrison introduced ladino clover to California in 1921. He was a landscape architect. Among his projects were the grounds at Marysville Union High School, Marysville Motor Park and Sierra View Memorial Park. - Survivors include four sons, Robert E. and Frederick C., both of New York, Albert H. of Burlingame, and Kenneth G. of Half Moon Bay; two daughters, Mrs. Mabel F. Jaquith of Long Beach and Mrs. Floyd Sligar of Yuba City; 26 grandchildren, and 36 great-grandchildren. (rest of obit missing.)
San Andreas Independent - 6/18/1859 - Died: At San Andreas, on Friday, 17th instant, Willie Hart, infant son of R. F. and Fanny M. Piatt, of Marysville, Yuba county, California, aged 11 months, 9 days.
HARTLEY, JOSEPH R.
Appeal Democrat Tuesday November 27, 1945 pg 13 - Funeral services for Joseph R. Hartley, retired livestock raiser of the Wheatland district and widely known historian of early California, will be held in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel at 2 pm Thursday. Hartley had resided in the Wheatland district for many years having been a native of Nevada county. (Transcribed & submitted by April.)
HARTLEY, RALPH ELLIS
Appeal - 10/28/1884, p2 - Died: At the residence of G. W. Sutliff, Linda township, October 27th, Wm. Hartley, aged 69 years. - Services will be held at the late residence this morning at 8 o'clock.
HARTMANN, JACOB FREDERICK
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/24/1895, p1 - Jacob Hartmann Dead - One of Marysville's Pioneer Residents Passes Into the Beyond - Yesterday morning at 5:30 Jacob Frederick Hartman passed into the unknown beyond at his beautiful home on C street. Death comes like a shock to his widow and many friends. For a year and a month he has suffered from a valvular heart complaint which developed into dropsy of the heart and finally took him off. He had spent much money to cure himself. Dr. Luke Robinson and Dr. Fitzgibbons, both of San Francisco as well as Drs. Powell, Dobbins and Lee of this city had all endeavored to stay the hand of death which they felt could not be avoided for they one and all told him his case was a hopeless one so far as a cure was concerned. - During the last three days of his life he suffered extreme agony. At times it seemed all but impossible for him to breathe. - At 5 o'clock yesterday morning feeling that his end was near he asked to be placed in a chair. He had been seated in the chair but thirty minutes when Mrs. Hartmann heard the death rattle and he was no more. -Deceased was a pioneer of this city. He had been here since the early days and possessed all of those fine points of sterling manhood that were so prominent in the old time California. He was honest to a high degree and generous to a fault. He never forgot his friends and no needy one who had ever known Jake Hartmann left him empty handed. - He was by trade a carpenter. The Catholic Church and the Convent buildings as well as a number of the best residences in the city are monuments to a part of his labor. He had been married twice. - A daughter by his first wife survives him and is a nun in an eastern convent of the order of Notre Dame. His second matrimonial venture took place June 24th 1892. He married at that time Mrs. Adelaidi Mathieson who also survives him. Mrs. Fred Freyberger is his sister. - Deceased was a native of Germany and was sixty-six years of age. His funeral will take place from his late home at 114 C street at 2 o'clock this afternoon. He will be interred at the City Cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/26/1895, p1 - With Impressive Ceremony - Jacob Frederick Hartmann's Remains Are Taken to the Tomb - Sunday at 2 o'clock Jacob Frederick Hartman's remains were carried to the family vault and there placed with imposing ceremony. - The funeral was the most impressive one that has taken place in Marysville for some time. Four coal black horses in funeral trappings drew the hearse and the Marysville Brass Band was in attendance. A large crowd of friends of the dead man followed the remains to the grave. - The Rev. Mr. Stoy read the beautiful and impressive services of the Episcopal church. The body was borne to and from the hearse by John Peffer, B. Mehl, Allen Cooley, Gottlieb Seiber, E. E. Meek, Louis Seiber, Phil. Ketnauer and H. Behlman. - The floral contributions were georgeous[sic], many of them coming from Sacramento florist establishments. A notable incident of the impressiveness of the burial was the playing of the band at the tomb as the remains were carried into the family's vault and the singing of the quartette.
HARVEY, ELIZA C.
Daily Appeal - 10/1/1873, p2 - Died: In this city, September 30th, Eliza C., wife of Wm. Harvey, aged 27 years. Funeral notice given to-morrow morning.
HASLETT, GEORGE M.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Mon 6/12/1911, p1 - George Haslett Mangled By A Freight Train - Was Riding on Trucks and Fell Under The Wheels; Death Resulted a Few Hours Later - George M. Haslett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Haslett of Wheatland, had a fearful accident under the wheels of a freight train on the road near the Southern Pacific company late Saturday night abut three and one-half miles from Sheridan which later resulted in his death. Haslett, who is nearly 18 years of age, had been attending a dance at Lincoln and not having enough money to return home on the conditions of a passenger coach thought he would beat his way on a freight train which was about due to leave Lincoln. He climbed onto the trucks of the freight cars and the train pulled out, northbound. When within three and one-half miles of Sheridan young Haslett in some unaccountable manner fell from the trucks on which he was riding and fell on the ground beneath the wheels. Some of the trainmen hearing his cries stopped the train and he was picked up and immediately brought to Marysville where he was placed in the Rideout hospital. Every effort was made to save his life but to no avail and he died about five minutes after being taken to the hospital. When the wheels of the train passed over him his left leg was almost completely severed from the body, his back was broken and his body horribly mutilated. Young Haslett was employed on a farm near Wheatland and was a hard working lad and well liked by all who knew him. By his death a mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. John Haslett, and six brothers, namely George, Roy, Everett, Clarence, Alva and Halenor Haslett and one sister, Henrietta Haslett. Kelly Bros. have charge of the remains and the funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Daily Bee 10/08/1883 DIED Near Marysville, October 5, Honora Hastings, aged 55 years. (B. S.)
Daily Bee 10/08/1883 DIED In Marysville, October 3, infant daughter of J.A. Hathwell, aged 4 months. (B. S.)
HATHWELL, NELLIE E.
Daily Bee 10/08/1883 DIED In Marysville, October 5, Nellie E. Hathwell, aged 30 years. (B. S.)
HATRIDGE, NELDA IRENE (COSPER)
Appeal-Democrat 12/16/1998, p. C-2 Nelda I. Hatridge Nelda Irene Hatridge, 63, of Marysville died Dec. 13, 1998, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. Born in Arizona, she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 24 years. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband of 44 years, Terrell Hatridge of Marysville; two daughters, Susan Braun and Dihona Paine, both of Marysville; one son, Charles Hatridge of Marysville; two sisters, Minnie Rankin of Bakersfield and Bonnie Jones of Missouri; one brother, Jake Cosper of Missouri; and five grandchildren. Services: A memorial service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Olivehurst Congregation of Jehovahs Witness, Hammonton-Smartville Road. Inurnment will be private. Arrangements are under the direction of Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel.
HAUCK, ROBERT THOMAS JR.
Appeal Democrat - Mon 1/8/1990 - Obituaries: Services are scheduled Wednesday for Robert Thomas Hauck Jr., 43, of Yuba City, who died Jan. 6, 1990, at Rideout Emergency Center. - A 38-year resident of the Yuba-Sutter area, he was service manager for Growers AG Services, Inc., for more than 17 years. He was born in Stockton. - He is survived by his wife, Machell Hauck of Yuba City; two daughters, Helen and Brandie Hauck, both of Yuba City; his mother, Jane Richardson of Turlock; three brothers, Daniel L. Hauck of Redding, Frank Hauck of Merced and John V. Hauck of Modesto; and two sisters, Kathy DePaul of Parkdale, Ore. and Judith Lanchester of Modesto. - Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Lipp & Sullivan with the Rev. Joseph Bishop of St. Isidore's Catholic Church officiating. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery.
HAUN, HENRY PETER
Marysville Daily Appeal - 6/7/1860, p2 - Sudden Death of Judge Haun - We announce with painful regret that Hon. Henry P. Haun died at his brother's residence, in this city, yesterday morning at about 9 o'clock, of a congestive chill. He arrived from Washington by the last steamer, had been home but a few days, and was apparently in the best of health until Monday night, the 4th inst., when he was attacked very violently as above and never rallied. The entire city was shocked at the tidings of his sudden demise, and sympathise deeply with his afflicted family. It will be remembered that a little son of Mr. Haun's died in New York last winter, just as his parents reached that place, and this second visitation of death to the same household, striking down its head, is peculiarly afflicting. - Judge Haun was a native of Kentucky, we believe, but emigrated to this State from Iowa. He was an old resident of Marysville, where he had served in public capacities, and won universal respect, as a good man, a firm, practical and efficient officer. Upon the death of D. C. Broderick he was appointed by Gov. Weller to fill the vacancy in the United States Senate, occasioned by that melancholy event, until the Legislature could elect a successor. The appointment was totally unexpected and caused some surprise at the time, even to Judge Haun's friends, but he filled the position with great credit to himself and usefulness to the State. There is no doubt but, if he had been continued in the position, he would have proved himself a valuable representative. He has gone now where all political differences end, and we can speak of him only as the man and Senator. He will be buried to-day. His remains will be taken from his brother's house to the Presbyterian Church, and thence to the grave yard, at 10 o'clock.
"The boast of heraldry, the pomp of power,
And all that beauty, all that wealth ever gave,
Await alike the inevitable hour
The paths of glory lead but to the grave."
Marysville Daily Appeal - 6/8/1860, p3 - Funeral of Hon. H. P. Haun - The funeral of the late Hon. H. P. Haun was solemnized by the citizens of Marysville, yesterday, with every circumstance of respect and sorrow. Previous to the hour of its occurrence the flags on the various public buildings were suspended at half mast, and bells were tolling mournfully. A large concourse of citizens assembled at the Presbyterian church at the hour appointed for the ceremonies, and Rev. H. B. Walsworth addressed to them a fitting sermon. The body was followed to the cemetery from the church by a lengthy procession of footmen and carriages, preceded by the Marysville Rifles without music. Following in the column were the City Council and officers, the members of the bar, the Firemen and Masonic fraternity in citizens dress. After the interment of the remains, the spectators of the melancholy rites left the cemetery feeling that there lay, untimely cut off, an excellent man and useful citizen.
HAUSER, JOHN F.
San Francisco Call - 7/21/1901 - Died: In this city, July 20, 1901, John F., beloved husband of Emma Hauser, and father of Katie, Carrie, Gussie, Anna, Charlie and Willie Hauser, a native of Wurtemburg, Germany, aged 53 years 11 months and 16 days. - Remains will be shipped this day (Sunday), at 3 o'clock, to Forbestown, where services will be held. Remains are at the funeral parlors of Charles H. J. Truman & Co., 318 Mason street, between O'Farrell and Geary.
Daily Appeal 9/5/1889, p 2 Died: In Smartsville, September 4th, Amanda Havey, aged 5 years, 5 months and 8 days. Funeral from residence of John Havey, Smartsville, Friday at 1 p.m.
Appeal Democrat 06/18/1970, p. 4 OBITUARIES JOESPH [sic] C. HAVEY HAVEY Joseph Chester Havey, 80, of Grass Valley, died today at the Miners Hospital in Nevada City following a long illness. A native of Smartville, he was a retired employe for the State Division of Highways and a veteran of World War I. He was a member of the California State Employes Association and of American Legion Post 329 of Portola. Survivors include his wife, Leitia; a daughter, Joan Leonard of Sacramento; a stepson, Louis Havey of Fremont; a sister, Mrs. Elmer Bristow of Vallejo; a brother, Tomas Havey of Fairfield; and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Bergemann & Son Funeral Chapel in Nevada City. Bruial [sic] will be in Nevada Citys Sierra Memorial Lawn Cemetery.
Appeal - 10/28/1884, p3 - Died: Yesterday at 6 p.m., Patrick Havey, of Smartsville. - The funeral party will leave here at 7 a.m. to-day. The funeral services will be at the Catholic church in Smartsville, upon the arrival of the party there.
San Francisco Call - 9/23/1890 - Body Found in the Feather River - Marysville, Sept. 22 - Sunday afternoon, while two men were fishing in the Feather River, about four miles below this city, they discovered the body of a man caught on a snag in the middle of the river. Word was sent to this city and Coroner Bevan went to the scene and after considerable difficulty succeeded in getting the remains into a wagon and bringing them to the city. It was evident that the remains had been in the water for some time, as they were badly decomposed and nearly past recognition. They are supposed to be those of an old man by the name of Thomas Hawarth of Parks Bar, who has been missing since August 2d. Hawarth was a man 81 years old and was last seen trying to ford the Yuba River at a point near Smartsville.
HAWKINS, A. B.
Marysville Daily Appeal 9/21/1878, p 2 Died: In Wheatland, September 20th, A. B. Hawkins, aged 62 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral which will take place in Wheatland this afternoon at 2 oclock.
HAWKINS, PEGGA S.
Appeal Democrat - Thu 8/11/1966, p16 - Obituaries: Pegga S. Hawkins Funeral Saturday - Funeral services will be conducted Saturday in Los Angeles for Mrs. Augustus F. Hawkins, a native of Marysville and the wife of the first Negro to be elected to Congress from west of the Mississippi River. - Mrs. Hawkins, the former Pegga Smith, died Tuesday in Freedman's Hospital, Washington, D. C. She had been hospitalized for a week prior to her death. Nature of her illness was undisclosed. - Mrs. Hawkins was a graduate of Marysville elementary schools and Marysville Union High Schiol [sic]. She was well known here as a vocalist. Her grandfather, the late T. T. Smith, was a District 10 rancher. - Survivors, in addition to her husband, Rep. Augustus Hawkins, (D-Los Angeles), include her mother, Mrs. Adele Smith of Sacramento. - Funeral services will be conducted in the Angelus Funeral Home in Los Angeles.
HAWLEY, CHARLES W.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/27/1899, p3 - Funeral in Sutter County - Charles W. Hawley died near Sutter City on last Tuesday evening, after a brief illness. The funeral took place yesterday morning from the M. E. church South, of Yuba City, Rev. Mr. Belville officiating. The pall-bearers were A. B. Coffey, W. G. DeWitt, J. L. Potter, J. Fields, James Haynes, T. J. Smith, A. Newcomb and R. W. Tharp.
HAWLEY, GEORGE HERBERTFrom County of Yuba Certificate of Death - State of California Name of decedent, George Herbert Hawley Date of death, April 19, 1991 Hour, 1245 Sex, male Race, White Date of birth, September 15, 1920 Age in years, 70 State of birth, Unknown Citizen of what country, Unknown Full name of father, Unknown , State of birth, Unknown Full maiden name of mother, unknown, State of birth, unknown Military service, 1941 to 1946 Social Security No., [removed for privacy] Marital status, unknown Usual occupation, Unknown Usual kind of business or industry, Unknown Usual employer, Unknown Years in occupation, Unknown Education (Years completed), Unknown Residence, Road 100 City, Strawberry Valley Zip code, 95981 County, Yuba Number of years this county, 50 State or foreign country, California Place of death, Residence County, Yuba Street address, Road 100 - City, Strawberry Valley Name, relationship, mailing address and zip code of informant - Public Administrator-Yuba County., 215 5th Street, Marysville, California 95901 Was death reported to Coroner?, Yes. Referral No., 91-1841 Death was caused by - Immediate cause - A. Generalized Peritonitis Was biopsy performed? No. Due to B. Bleeding perforated Gastric ulcer Was autopsy performed ?- Yes. Was it used in determining cause of death? Yes Other significant conditions contributing to death but not related to cause given Pulmonary Emphysema Signature and title of Coroner or Deputy Coroner Will H. Sil, Deputy Coroner Date signed, 4-29-91 Manner of death, Natural Disposition - burial Place of final disposition - name and address, Strawberry Valley Cemetery, Strawberry Valley Date, 4-30-91 Signature of embalmer, Dan Gray License No. 5661 Name of funeral director ( or person acting as such) - Lipp and Sullivan License No. F 387 Signature of local Registrar William J. (couldnt read) Registration date, Apr 29, 1991. (B. S.)
County of Yuba Affidavit to amend a record Death Part I Information as stated on original certificate - Name, George Herbert Hawley Sex, Male Date of event, April 19, 1991 City of occurrence, Strawberry Valley County of occurrence, Yuba Fathers name as stated on original, Unknown Mothers name as stated on the original, Unknown Part II Statement of corrections - Certificate item number, 8 (State of birth) - Incorrect information on original certificate, Unknown Information as it should be stated, WI. - Certificate item number 9. ( Citizen of what country) Incorrect information on original certificate, Unknown Information as it should be stated, USA PART III Supporting affidavits I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I have personal knowledge of the above facts and that the information given above is true and correct. Signature of person completing the affidavit Will H. Sil Title or relationship to person in item 1 (Decedent) Deputy Coroner Date signed, 5-10-1991 Age, 33 Address of person completing the affidavit 215 5th Street, Marysville, California 95901 I hereby certify under penalty of perjury that I have personal knowledge of the above facts and that the information given above is true and correct. Signature of person completing the affidavit Dan Gray Title or relationship to person in item 1 Funeral Director Date signed, 5-10-91 Age, 50 Address of person completing the affidavit 629 D. Street, Marysville, California 95901 Office of State Registrar or signature of local Registrar Office of State Registrar of Vital Statistics Date accepted for registration, June 03 1991. (B. S.)
HAWLEY, M. A. P. (Mrs.)
Sacramento Bee November 15th 1861 - Died Marysville Nov. 13th Mrs. M. A. P. HAWLEY aged 37yrs (R.T.)
Appeal - 9/25/1873, p3 - An affray occurred at the Oregon house, on Monday the 15th instant, between I. H. Foulks and Thomas Haworth, which resulted fatally to the latter last Saturday morning. The parties met at the Oregon house on the day mentioned, when a quarrel originated between them in relation to a lawsuit about a wagon belonging to Thomas Skehan, in which suit Foulks had been a witness, and during this wrangle of words the deceased accused Foulks with testifying to that which was not true. This accusation led to a personal encounter, in which the parties fought till they reached the street, and there the fight terminated, by a stunning blow by Foulks, which broke the bridge of Haworth's nose, and drove a piece of the bone into the brain. Haworth's injuries were considered slight until the day before his death, and on a fatal termination, Foulks surrendered himself to Justice Soward, who set his examination for today, when District Attorney Davis will appear for the People and N. E. Whiteside for the Prisoner. Both Haworth and Foulks have had the reputation of being sober, orderly and quiet citizens. Haworth was a farmer, and brother-in-law of L. B. Clark, and Foulks is a laboring man in teh employ of George P. Housh. The deceased was about thirty-five years of age.
HAYES [HAYS?], DENNIS
Daily Appeal 05/06/1897 DENNIS HAYES DEAD. A Name and Face Familiar to Many Has Passed Away. When ex-Coroner Dennis Hayes breathed his last at his home in this city at 4 oclock yesterday morning, an old and familiar figure was removed. He has been troubled with cancer for the past year, and his death has been expected for some months. He was elected coroner of Yuba county in the fall of 1886, and served during the two succeeding years. For many years he was in the undertaking business and at one time had the management of nearly all the Catholic funerals, but retired from business. The deceased was a native of Ireland, seventy-two years of age, and leaves an aged widow to mourn his loss. Like most men he had his faults, which will be forgotten while his good traits are remembered by his friends. The funeral will take place from St. Josephs church at 10 oclock this morning. Interment at the Catholic cemetery. [Transcribers Note: Dennis Hays, same date of death, native of Ireland, is listed as buried at Wheatland Cemetery].
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/26/1908, p1 - Took Yen Shee and Dictated Last Note - Ed Hayes, Alias Tom Burk Dies at Hospital Soon After Removal From Jail - "Tell Mr. McCoy that my names is Ed Hayes and if I should happen to die tonight please write to the Mount Vernon Daily Times and notify it of my death so my folks can send after my body and give it a decent burial." - Note left in care of fellow prisoner by Ed Hayes alias Tom Burk who died from the effects of eating too much yen shee shortly after being taken from the city jail yesterday. - Ed Hayes who was arrested Sunday night by officer Fox on a charge of being drunk and disorderly and who gave the name of "Tom Burk" at the city prison, died at the county hospital yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, a few hours after he had been taken from the city jail to the hospital at the suggestion of Dr. Swift, who, after diagnosing his case, declared that the prisoner was suffering from opium poisoning. - It is believed that Hayes deliberately took yen shee that had been furnished him by a fellow prisoner named Tom Murphy, whose term expired yesterday morning. The fact that Murphy gave Hayes the drug was told the officers by another prisoner in the jail. Hayes was up before Judge Morrissey Monday morning and received a sentence of ten days on the chain gang or a fine of $10. Not having the money he became a member of the gang. - Hayes worked about half a day with the crew and Tuesday night he was taken sick. Before the officers were notified of his condition Hayes called to C. B. Moore, a colored prisoner, told him he believed he was going to die and requested Moore to write a note that he dictated to be handed to Officer McCoy when he came on watch yesterday morning. - The note he dictated and written by Moore is as follows; "Tell Mr. McCoy that my name is Ed Hayes and that if I should happen to die tonight please write to the Mount Vernon Daily Times and notify it of my death so my folks can send after my body and give it a decent burial." - It was late Tuesday night when Hayes talked to Moore. He told the colored man of his travels and said he was from Mount Vernon, Indiana. He said his uncle was a rich man, worth something like $50,000, but he did not write to him because he had left home under a cloud and did not want his folks to know where he was. - He told Moore he felt as if he was going to die; that he had taken a lot of yen shee, and then requested the colored man to deliver what he thought would be his last message to Officer McCoy. Moore thought Hayes was joking at first, but when he looked into his face and he saw that he was in earnest, he complied with the prisoner's wish and took down the message Hayes wanted him to deliver for him. - Hayes' condition was such yesterday morning that Dr. Swift was called in. He concluded that the prisoner was suffering from opium poisoning, but the officers did not know how he could have secured the drug. This was a mystery until the prisoner in the jail told of Murphy giving Hayes the yen shee. - The suffering man was taken to the county hospital and treated, but he died at 2 o'clock. The body was taken in charge of by Undertaker R. E. Bevan and the note written by Moore was turned over to him. Moore afterwards told a representative of the Appeal that he wrote the note as dictated by Hayes. - It is believed that Hayes took the yen shee with the intent to kill himself. The fact that he told Moore he that he was going to die and asked him to tell Officer McCoy what to do in case he died during the night indicates that he contemplated suicide. - The relatives of Hayes will be notified of his death, and the body will be held pending instructions from them. Coroner Kelly will investigate the case and determine whether it was a case of suicide or not. - Hayes was arrested about a week ago by Officer Burroughs on a charge of drunk and disorderly, but was discharged. At that time also he gave the name of Burk.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/28/1908, p8 - Relatives of Hayes Not Located - Air of Mystery Still Hovers About Death of Ex-Soldier - Mystery still clings to the case of Ed Hayes, who died at the county hospital a few hours after taking the yen shee in the city prison. The question still exists as to whether Hayes took the poison with suicidal intent or whether he simply ate too much of the stuff and died as a result. - Undertaker Bevan was at Wheatland to investigate the affair at that end. George Oakley, for whom Hayes had worked at Wheatland, said he paid the man off last Friday and he left that place for Marysville. - At Wheatland Mr. Bevan met a small boy who told him that Hayes had told him a story about a time when he left his home and crossed the Columbus river to his sister's home. By this Mr. Bevan concluded that Hayes' home was at Mount Vernon, Ohio, and he communicated by telegraph to that place. He did not receive an answer last night. - In this city yesterday A. H. Barrows, who knew Hayes well, said that he served with him during the Philippine war. He was with Company C, Thirteenth regiment, when Barrows enlisted in February,1899. Hayes had then just returned from Cuba. In 1899 they left Buffalo en route for the Philippines, via San Francisco. Hayes was discharged from Company C in 1901. - After his discharge Hayes re-enlisted in the Marine corps at Mare Island under Colonel Harrington. He feigned insanity a short time afterwards, was sent to the Ukiah insane asylum and later to Washington, where he was finally discharged from the corps. - Last evening Mr. Bevan found in a small pocketbook in the bib overalls Hayes wore, a small leather case in which was a coil of auburn hair, tinged with grey. It is probably the hair from the head of the dead man's mother, sister, or sweetheart. There is absolutely nothing else among his belongings to identify him or give any clew [sic] as to the home of his relatives. - The body will be kept until further developments.
HAYES, GEORGE W.
Daily Appeal - 9/11/1901 - Died: Near Bango, September 10th, George W. Hayes, a native of Ohio, aged 55 years. - Funeral services will be held at his late residence this afternoon at 2:30. Interment Peoria cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 9/12/1901, p1 - Laid at Rest in Peoria Cemetery - The funeral service for the late George W. Hayes took place at his late home near Bangor at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, the interment being made in the Peoria cemetery. A. J. Brady read the service both at the house and grave. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Louis Conrath, William Hunter, H. Grant, Herman Mott, Alfred Grant and Arthur Kingdom.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Fri 2/3/1911, p1 - Died Last Night - John Hayes, aged 76 years and a native of Ireland died in this city last night after a long illness. The funeral will be held from the Kelly undertaking parlors Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, the interment to occur in the Catholic cemetery.
HAYNES, JAMES S.
Marysville Appeal - 12/23/1911, p5 - Old Resident Has Answered Call - Jas. S. Haynes, an old and highly esteemed resident of Sutter county, died at his home near Sutter City Friday, Dec. 22, at 3:45, after a long illness. He was a native of Ohio and 67 years old. He leaves to mourn his death besides his wife, a daughter, Mrs. R. H. Hawley of Sutter City, and two sons, N. E. Haynes of Sutter and J. L. Haynes of Santa Cruz, and ten grandchildren. - Deceased was a member of Enterprise lodge No. 185, F. and A.M., Yuba City; Washington chapter No. 13, R.A.M.; Marysville commandery K.T. No. 7; Marysville council No. 3 and Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R. of Marysville. The funeral will leave the residence Sunday at 10 a.m., after services to Yuba City, where services will be held at 12 m. in Masonic hall under the auspices of Enterprise lodge F. and A.M., with Knights Templar escort. Interment will be in Yuba City cemetery under the management of R. E. Bevan. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.
Marysville Appeal - 1/9/1912, p2 - Honor Memory of Old Comrade - Corinth Post Eulogizes Late Past Commander - Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R., has adopted resolutions in memory of the late Past Post Commander James Haynes. - Haynes was born in Ohio and was a private of Company M, Ohio heavy artillery. He entered the service of the United States July 13, 1863, was discharged July 25, 1865, by general orders. He was mustered into Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R., April 20, 1886, and died Dec. 22, 1911. - The resolutions follow: 'Whereas, It has pleased the Supreme Ruler of the Universe to remove from our midst our late comrade, James Haynes; and - Whereas, The intimate relations long held by our deceased comrade with the members of his post render it proper that we should place on record our appreciation of his services as a comrade and his merits as a man; therefore be it - Resolved by Corinth Post No. 80, Department of California and Nevada, G.A.R., That while we bow with humble submission to the will of the Most High, we do not less mourn for our comrade who has been called from his labor to rest. - Resolved, That in the death of James Haynes this post loses a comrade who was always active, zealous in work as a member of the post, ever ready to succor the needy and distressed comrades and prompt to advance the interests of the order; devoted to its welfare and prosperity; one who was wise in council and fearless in action, an honest and upright man whose virtues endeared him not only to his comrades, but to all of his fellow citizens. - Resolved, That this post tenders its heartfelt sympathy to the family and relations of our deceased comrade in this their sad affliction. - Resolved, That these resolutions be entered upon the minutes of the post and that a copy of them be sent to the family of our deceased comrade. [signed] C. J. White, W. W. Russell, J. P. Swift, Allen Cooley, Committee.
HAYS, ELMER E.
Appeal Democrat - 3/31/1942, p1 - Elmer E. Hays Dies - Elmer E. Hays, formerly a well known stockman and dairyman of this district, died at his home, 213 1/2 Third street, Marysville, this morning. He was a native of Illinois, aged 79 years, and had resided in Marysville since 1896. He had been ill for several months. - Surviving relatives are his wife, Anna L. Hays, two sisters, Mrs. Frank Kupser of Marysville and Mrs. W. C. Berry of Butler, Mo. He was a brother-in-law of Louis E. Pieratt of Marysville. - Funeral services will be held in the colonial chapel of Hutchison & Merz at 2 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in the Browns Valley cemetery.
HAYS, ISAAC NEWTON
Daily Appeal - Fri 3/18/1910, p1 - Taps Sound For A Mexican Veteran - Col. Isaac Newton Hays Passes Away At Spenceville In His 89th Year - Colonel Isaac Newton Hays died yesterday at his home in Spenceville, where he had resided for thirty years. He was born in Virginia December 12, 1821, and consequently was in his eighty-ninth year. Only one individual in many thousands attains that great age. He had passed 59 years of his life in Nevada and California. He served with distinction in the Mexican War and lost a leg in the service. - This bluff old soldier will be missed from his little hostelry just this side of Spenceville, which was a sort of headquarters or meeting place for the old pioneer miners that resided thereabouts. For many years the old veteran has presided over the little gatherings that met at his road house and the stirring times of '49 in California and the wars and battles through which the old veterans and the old miners had passed were discussed and fought over many times. - Col. Hayes left four daughters surviving him-Mrs. Lizzie Kelly of Spenceville, Mrs. Kraus of Los Angeles, Mrs. E. Davey of Oakland and Mrs. Garley, also of Oakland. - Funeral services will be held at Spenceville on Saturday, March 19th, at 9:30. Interment will be made in the Smartsville cemetery. R. E. Bevan has charge of the funeral arrangements.
Daily Appeal - 11/20/1918, p4 - Sister Follows Brother - Mrs. Josephine Hazelton, sister of the late Alfred Correll, who died of influenza here some days ago, has succumbed to the same disease, according to word received here yesterday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Correll, are residents of Elk Grove, beside whom she leaves three sisters and four brothers.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/24/1878, p2 - Died: At Grand Island, March 15th, James Hearn, aged 40 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 10/14/1890, p2 - Deaths: In San Francisco, October 11th, Richard, beloved brother of Frederick, Thomas, William and Katie Hearn, a native of Marysville, Cal., aged 19 years and 3 months.
HECKER (HACKER), E. H.
Daily Alta California - 7/29/1885 - Pacific Coast - A Horrible Death - Marysville, July 28th. - The Laporte stage-driver brought news this afternoon of the accidental death yesterday morning of E. H. Hecker, engineer in a quartz mill in Perkins ravine, two miles from Forbestown. Hecker's clothing caught on a revolving wheel and he was whirled rapidly around, his body coming violently in contact with the floor at each revolution. How long he was in this condition is unknown, as there was no one else in the mill, and he was only discovered when his daughter went to call him to supper. The body was horribly mangled.
HEDGE, I. V.
Daily Appeal 4/29/1906, Pg. 2 BROWNSVILLE (Excerpt) Brownsville, April 28.---The funeral of I. V. Hedge, who died on April 24, was largely attended last Thursday. The officiating clergyman, Rev. Robertson, preached from the following text: For in him we live and move, and have our being---Acts 17, 28. The interment was conducted by A. M. Locey of Woodleaf as undertaker. (B.S.)
Sacramento Daily Union - 3/18/1887 - Died: Near Brownsville, Yuba county, February 23 - Joseph Hedge, 70 years, 3 months and 10 days.
HEDGER, HATTIE A.
Appeal - 3/26/1916, p2 - Mrs. Hattie Hedger Is Called By Death - Mrs. Hattie A. Hedger, who, for a number of years following the death of her husband, was postmaster at Erle, died yesterday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. N. Rice, a few miles east of Browns Valley, Yuba county. She was born in the state of New York 66 years ago and came to California in 1874. For five years she had made her home with her daughter. - Besides Mrs. Rice, another daughter, Mrs. M. Ross of San Diego, and a son, Joseph M. Hedger of Masonie, Mono county, survive. - The body was brought to the chapel of R. E. Bevan & Son in this city.
Appeal - 3/30/1916, p5 - Hedger Funeral Today - The funeral of Mrs. Hattie A. Hedger, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. N. Rice, at Browns Valley Saturday, will be held this morning at 11 o'clock. The services will be conducted at the Erle school house and interment will be in the family plot at Lofton. R. E. Bevan & Son will have charge.
HEDGER, W. A.
Democrat - 12/6/1894, p1 - Death of W. A. Hedger: The Postmaster of Erle Has Gone to Join the Great Majority - To the ever-increasing list of good citizens who have gone the way of all flesh, has been added the name of W. A. Hedger, the aged Postmaster of Erle, this county. - Mr. Hedger died this morning surrounded by those he loved best. He had been a sufferer for several years from hemorrhages and his death is immediately due to consumption. A wife, two daughters and a son, mourn his demise. - He had resided at Erle almost fourteen years and was appointed Postmaster by Grover Cleveland at the commencement of the present term. He was highly respected in the community, and in this city, where he enjoyed a large circle of friends. - He was a member of Nicolaus Lodge, No. 100, F. and A. M., of Wheatland. Under the auspices of this organization the funeral will take place from the late residence of deceased at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, the interment to take place in Lofton cemtery. - Deceased was a native of New York and 67 years of age.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p1 - Death of Mrs. Hedges - After Battling For Many Months The Reaper at Last Conquers - Mrs. J. Hedges died in this city Sunday evening at 6:30 at her residence 208 1/2 D street, between Second and Third, after an illness of several months. - The deceased was a native of California, and about 36 years of age. Before coming to Marysville she resided at Indian Springs, Nevada county, and at Smartsville where her husband, Al Hedges, was employed as foreman of a mine. She was a hard working and industrious woman, who was fondly attached to her children, consisting of two sons, Arthur and Albert, and daughter, Eva, the latter of whom is very sick in this city at the present time. - A sister of the deceased, Mrs. Davis, arrived from San Francisco yesterday. - The husband of the dead woman is a resident of Idaho at the present time. - Owing to the illness of little Eva the funeral will take place from her late residence at 2 o'clock this afternoon, will be private. The interment will be made in the city cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p4 - Died: In this city, May 27th, Mrs. J. Hedges, a native of California, aged 36 years and 8 months. - The funeral will take place from her late residence 208 1/2 D street this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
HEERY, MRS. MICHAEL
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/28/1884, p3 - Our Smartsville Letter - Smartsville, December 26th-The funeral services of the late Mrs. Michael Heery will be held at the Catholic Church at 2 o'clock p.m. Her sad death while coming home to rejoin her children Christmas Eve has spread a pall of gloom over all rejoicings which come with every Christmas, and has called forth for the mourning relatives sympathy from all the families in the place. The people will attend the funeral in large numbers, and show by this last act their respect and sympathy for one who has left us.
HEIKEN, HENRY BANTAS
The Saturday Bee, Sacramento, Cal. - 9/29/1906, p6 - Death Ends Long Life - Yuba City (Sutter Co.), September 29 - Henry Bantas Heiken, aged 82, a highly respected rancher, died yesterday afternoon at his home near Tudor. - He was born in Hanover, Germany, February 8, 1824, and came to the United States in 1851. He arrived in California in 1854. Besides his wife, he leaves three sons - Hobart W., John B. and Frederick Heiken - and one daughter, Mrs. Josephine M. Minden. He was a member of Enterprise Lodge, No. 70, F. and A.M., and the funeral services will be conducted by that order at 1:30 to-morrow afternoon. The interment will be made in the Yuba City Cemetery. (Submitted by V. R.)
Daily Appeal - 3/26/1908, p7 - Mrs. Margaret Heiken Tenderly Laid At Rest - Yuba City, March 24. - The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Heiken took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Masonic hall in this city, and was largely attended by friends, neighbors and acquaintances. The funeral was under the auspices of Fidelia Chapter No. 56, Order of the Eastern Star, and was in charge of Worthy Matron Miss Rose Gray, Worthy Patron J. P. Onstott and Marshal O. Moncur. - Rev. Stuart Wilson of Marysville had charge of the services and the choir was made up of members of Fidelia Chapter. The pallbearers were Charles Duncan, George W. Bailey, Conrad Schuler, Eric Schmidt, Eric Nelson and Robert Carpenter. - Interment was in the Yuba City cemetery.
HEILMAN, EDWARD H.
Appeal Democrat - 12/16/1946 - E. H. Heilman Dies - Edward G. Heilman, 71, a native of New York, died Sunday morning in the Rideout hospital after an illness of several days. He lived in this community over 50 years and was associated in the ice business, his father having built and operated the Marysville Ice Co., which sold to the National Ice & Cold Storage Co., in 1916. In later years Heilman had been a manager for the Sierra Springs Water Co. He was a member of Corinthian Lodge No. 9, F. & A.M., of Marysville. Surviving are his daughters, Mrs. Charles Olsen of Minn., Mrs. Donald Chipman of Dunsmuir, his brother, Paul Heilmann of Live Oak, and he was an uncle of Clay, Edward F. and Robert Heilmann. There are four grandchildren. Masonic funeral services will be held in Hutchinson's Colonial chapel at 2 o'clock.
Appeal Democrat, Sept 20, 1963 - Ethel Heilmann succumbs at 73. Ethel Clay Heilmann, 73, member of the pioneer family of North San Juan and a former resident of Yuba-Sutter for 50 years, died yesterday in Miner's hospital in Nevada City after a brief illness. A native of Rio Del in Humboldt county, she was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Clay of North San Juan in Nevada county. She came to Marysville in 1908 and moved to the Live Oak area in 1918. She made her home on Paseo road until 1955, when she and her husband moved to Nevada City. Her grandfather was John Clay of the Garden Valley ranch. She was a member of the Marysville First Methodist church and Fidelia Chapter Order of Eastern Star, in Marysville. Survivors, in addition to her husband, Paul Heilmann of Nevada City, include ; three sons, Edward of Nevada City, Robert of Live Oak and Clay of Marysville; 11 grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs Frank Looze of Marysville, Mrs Joe Bronn of Reno, and Mrs Bab Caligari of Tomales. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10:30 am at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel in Marysville. Interment will be in Sutter cemetery. (A. H.)
Daily Appeal 07/18/1906 DIED. In this city, July 17, 1906, Florence E. Heilmann, infant daughter of J. E. and Adda P. Heilmann, a native of California, aged 1 month and 7 days. The funeral will take place from the residence of the parents, 116 Ninth street, at 10 oclock this morning. Interment, City Cemetery.
Appeal Democrat, Tuesday, December 1, 1964 - Paul Heilmann Succumbs at 79 - Paul Frederick Heilmann, 79, of Nevada City, former longtime resident of Marysville and Live Oak, died last night at Miner's Hospital in Nevada City. He has been in failing health recently. A native of Long Island, New York he came to Marysville in 1900, moving to Live Oak in 1917, where he was engaged in farming until 1955. His wife, Ethel Clay Heilmann, died 14 months ago. He was a member of Corinthian Lodge 9, F & A.M., and had received his 50 -year pin five years ago. Survivors include three sons, Clay Heilmann of Marysville, Edward H. Heilmann of Nevada City and Robert Heilmann of Grass Valley; 11 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted 50 -year at 2:30 p.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. Interment will be Sutter Cemetery. (A. H.)
Sacramento Evening Bee - December 4, 1905 - CHAS. HEINTZEN DEAD - Marysville December 4 Charles HEINTZEN, a well-known resident of the Browns Valley district, died at his home near that place Sunday in the eightieth year of his age. He formerly resided with his family at Forest City, Sierra County, where he accumulated a tidy fortune in the mercantile business. Beside his widow, two married daughters and a son the latter of the firm of OWENS & HEINTZEN, of Forest City survive him. Justice of the Peace George HEINTZEN, of Browns Valley is a brother of the deceased. (R.T.)
Sacramento Evening Bee - January 30, 1906 - JUDGE HEINTZEN DEAD - Marysville, January 30 Justice of the Peace George HEINTZEN of Browns Valley, aged 73, and well known in this county, died this morning of rheumatism of the heart. His brother, Charles HEINTZEN, also a well-known man, died last month. (R.T.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/3/1893, p1 - Died: In this city, November 2d, Mrs. Charlotte Heisch, a native of Germany, aged 46 years, 2 months and 5 days. Sister of Conrad and William Schuler. - Funeral notice hereafter.
HEISCH, JUNE GWENDOLINE
Daily Appeal - Tue 8/1/1905, p1 - Death of Young Child - June Gwendoline Heisch died on Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Heisch, from brain fever. She was a native of Marysville, and was aged 1 year, 1 month and 11 days. The funeral and interment will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) forenoon at 10 o'clock.
HELDER, REINARD W., SR.Appeal-Democrat 07/11/2000 p. C2 OBITUARIES Reinard W. Helder Sr. Reinard W. Helder Sr., 89, of Marysville died July 8, 2000, at his residence. Born in Bellingham, Wash., he was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 53 years. He attended the University of Washington, was former owner of a service station and a rancher in District 10. He started Maxine and Reinard, a photography business in Seattle, Wash., prior to opening Helders Photography. He was also a member of the District 10 Levee Commission, Professional Photographers of America, Peach Tree Golf & Country Club, Cling Peach Advisory Board and a board member of the California Canning Peach Association. Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Maxine Helder of Marysville, two sons, Reinard Helder Jr. of Marysville and David Helder of Hawaii, six grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Jan Helder, and a sister, Z. Vanessa Patterson. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, 1372 Longfellow Ave., Chico, Calif. 95926. Services: A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Helder Ranch, 11043 Highway 70, north of Marysville. Arrangements are under the direction of Holycross Memorial Services.
HENDERSON, B. F.
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/14/1877 - A Fearful Mining Disaster - From Thomas Moran, who came down from Smartsville Thursday evening at 9 o'clock, the Marysville Appeal learns the following additional particulars of the terrible disaster occurring Thursday afternoon in the Blue Point Hydraulic mine at Sucker Flat: The gang of men at the time of the cave were engaged in clearing the debris and making preparations for letting on water for piping, and those killed were caught in an angle of a bank where they could not escape. After the injured were rescued, twelve hundred inches of water were turned upon the immense pile of dirt and gravel covering the dead miners, and hours were consumed in washing them out. The disaster caused the greatest excitement in the vicinity, and hundreds of people gathered about the scene of the accident, watching the progress of the work for the recovery of the bodies of the unfortunate men who had been literally buried alive without a moment's warning. The greatest sympathy was aroused in behalf of those so suddenly bereft of husbands and fathers. B. F. Henders leaves a wife and two children. He was for years a clerk in Crary's store. Deceased was a native of New Jersey, and 42 years of age. Michael Sweeney was a native of Ireland, county of Sligo, aged 49, and leaves a wife. Samuel Sleeman, single, aged 30 years. Michael McWilliams, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Derry, aged 28. Thomas McDonald, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Antrim, aged 28. Michael Conway, one of the injured, had his left leg broken, and M. Brasnan is reported severely injured internally. Mr. Moran's errand to the city last evening was to order coffins for the dead. It is reported that no inquest will be held.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/24/1912, p7 - Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson Dies At Age Of Eighty-Three - Honcut, Jan. 22. - Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson quietly passed away last Friday evening at her home here after a lingering illness. Mrs. Henderson had passed her eighty-third birthday and had been an invalid for several years. Her husband, Charles Henderson survives her, also a son, Will Henderson of Oroville, and a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Schaffer of Chico, besides two sons and a daughter in the east. - The funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon in the M. E. church by Rev. Mr. Ford, assisted by a choir composed of Mrs. Ella Sweetzer, Mrs. H. L. Smullin, Mrs. S. N. D. Smullin, Miss Heintz and Mr. Barrows. - The funeral arrangements were in charge of S. N. D. Smullin and interment took place in the Honcut cemetery. E. T. Perry, C. Simpson, T. Stresser and L. Winterstein acted as pallbearers.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 7/9/1923, p1 - DEATH TAKES MOTHER AND SON WHILE ON VISIT IN YUBA CITY - Yuba City, July 9. - Mrs. Alice Henderson and her eleven-year-old son, Emil Henderson, of Yakima, Washington, came here several weeks ago on a visit to the Willis family. About a week ago Mrs. Henderson was taken ill and died. Sunday Emil Henderson passed away, following several days' sickness. - Deceased was the son of Walter Henderson, brother of Perry, and John Henderson of Oregon, Arthur, Arley, Lewis, Will and Orville Henderson of Yakima, Wash., Mrs. Lilly Farren, Mrs. Chester Patrick of Yakima and Mrs. H. M. Willis of Yuba City. - Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan and interment will be made in the city cemetery beside his mother.
Appeal Democrat - Fri 11/21/1930, p8 - Civil War Veteran Dies at Age of 85 - Allen Henry, 85, Civil War veteran and resident of Marysville for 20 years, died Thursday at a local hospital. No relatives are known to survive. - Henry lived at the U. S. Hotel in Marysville for many years. On several occasions, while taking long walks, he disappeared and was sought by police for several days at a time. - According to acuaintances [sic] of Henry, his service as a soldier had won him a pension. He was born in Ohio. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Lipp & Sullivan.
HERBERT, JOHN C.
Daily Appeal 3/11/1890, Pg. 3 Stricken with paralysis On last Saturday night John Herbert, an old man who recently worked at his trade as a shoemaker in this city, was suddenly stricken with paralysis in the neck and head, but as it was only partial he is still alive, but was not expected to survive the night. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal 3/15/1890, Pg. 3 A Fatal Termination John C. Herbert, the shoemaker who was partially paralyzed about a week ago, died last evening at his home on B street. (B. S.)
Weekly Appeal 9/17/1875 DIED In this city, September 8th, Fannie, infant daughter of Charles E. and Fannie Herdman, aged 3 days. (B. S.)
Marysville Appeal - Wed 1/7/1925, p8 - Arboga Pioneer Called By Death - Mrs. Christiana Herrick, pioneer resident of the Arboga section, passed away at the family home last night after a brief illness. She was 65 years old last Christmas day and was a native of Canada. She had been a resident of Arboga for the past 54 years. Surviving relatives are the following children: Mrs. O. D. Elder, Oakland; Mrs. Lou Monroe, Oakland; Mrs. L. D. Brundage, Chico; Miss Barbara Herrick, Sacramento; Miss Ruth Herrick, Oakland; Mrs. Mary Palmer, Arboga. Also the following brothers and sisters: Robert Anderson, Arboga; Mrs. R. M. St. Clair, Pike; Mrs. A. S. Herring, Nicolaus; Mrs. Lou Scoggins, Marysville, and William Anderson, Arboga. The funeral arrangements are under the direction of Bevan-Bricker.
Marysville Appeal - Fri 1/9/1925, p1 - Arboga Pioneer Is Buried Here - Funeral services for Mrs. Christiana Herrick, for the past 54 years a resident of Arboga, who died January 6, took place at the family home under the auspices of Bevan-Bricker funeral home at 2:30 yesterday afternoon. - Reverend B. F. Butts officiated and Miss Madge Maynard sang. Interment took place in the city cemetery. The pallbearers were W. W. Dyer, R. A. Cowen, G. W. Curry, S. G. Scroggin, W. T. Petersen and Edward Palmer.
HERRICK, FERN PAULINE
Appeal Democrat - 12/26/1967, p4 - Obituaries: Funeral services are scheduled tomorrow at 10a.m. for Fern Pauline Herrick, 75, of Yuba City, who died Saturday at Fremont Hospital. Rev. George McLane and Rev. Ray Magnuson will officiate at the services. Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park. Memorials to Grace Methodist Church's Fern Herrick Fund have been suggested by the family.
Daily Democrat - 3/12/1861, p3 - Fatal Accident - A miner named John Herron, working in Deadwood ravine, was passing below a bank, over which an old log projected, on Friday afternoon last. The log, which had lain in that position for years, broke of its own weight whilst he stood under it, the broken piece striking him on the shoulder and crushing him to the earth. Dr. H. Hunt, was called immediately, but the unfortunate man lingered till yesterday morning when he expired. He will be buried at 3 o'clock this afternoon, by the Good Templars.
Marysville Appeal - Thur 8/9/1917, p4 - Miss Carrie Herzog Funeral Tomorrow - Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the family residence for Miss Carrie Rose Herzog, daughter of F. J. Herzog. Miss Herzog died yesterday afternoon as the result of a prolonged illness. - She was the sister of George F. Herzog, Mrs. Joseph Karoley, Mrs. Harry E. Hyde and Miss Lillie Herzog of this city. - Following the services at the home tomorrow morning, interment will take place in the family plot in the Marysville city cemetery under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son. - Friends and acquaintances are welcome at the family home until Friday morning.
HEWITT, EDNA J.
Marysville Appeal - Tue 5/19/1925, p1 - Sutter County Librarian Passes Away In Yuba City - Miss Edna J. Hewitt, Sutter county librarian, passed away early yesterday afternoon at the home of her parents, Attorney and Mrs. A. H. Hewitt of Yuba City, after an illness extending from last Winter. The effects of heart trouble are given as the cause of her death. - Miss Hewitt was born in Yuba City 31 years ago and was graduated from the Marysville high school in 1915, and later went to Sacramento, where she pursued her studies in the state library. After receiving her diploma she returned to Yuba City and helped to establish the Sutter county free library. Under her supervision, which started some five years ago, the library has flourished and has grown. - She worked untiringly in the interests of the library and its branches until overtaken by illness. Miss Hewitt's death will be mourned by scores of friends in the entire county, as well as elsewhere. - Besides her parents, Miss Hewitt is survived by two sisters: Miss Florence Hewitt and Mrs. Inez Kenyon, and two brothers, Oscar Hewitt and Attorney Loyd Hewitt, all of Sutter county. - Arrangements for the funeral will be announced by the Bevan-Bricker funeral home.
Marysville Appeal - Thu 5/21/1925, p1 - Funeral Today For Miss Hewitt - The funeral of Miss Edna J. Hewitt, Sutter county librarian who died Monday at the home of her parents, Attorney and Mrs. A. H. Hewitt, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First Methodist church in Yuba City, with the pastor, Rev. W. B. Redburn, officiating. - The remains will be placed in the church at 12 o'clock and lie in state to friends until the hour of the services. Burial will take place in the cemetery at Live Oak under the direction of the Bevan-Bricker Funeral Home.
HICKEY, WILLIAM E.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/10/1906, p1 - Death of Detective Hickey - Detective William E. Hickey of the Southern Pacific company died at his residence in Oakland on Sunday. He made a number of visits to this city hunting criminals and was considered a shrewd man in his line of business. He took a conspicuous part in the hunt of the noted bandits, Evans and Sontag. His funeral will take place from the Masonic Temple in Sacramento to-morrow afternoon.
HICKMAN, JOSEPH SUMPTER
Appeal Democrat - 6/30/1984, pA-6 - Joseph S. Hickman - Private services were scheduled for Joseph Sumpter Hickman, of Yuba City who died Wednesday in an Auburn Convalescent Hospital. - Hickman, 75, was born July 4, 1908, in Andice, Texas. He was a retired supervisor for Asbury Transportation Systems. He had lived in Yuba City for five years. - He was president of Teamsters Union Local 87 of Bakersfield for 13 years and served in the Army during World War II. - He is survived by his wife, Wilma of Yuba City; three daughters, Carol DeBartolo of Yuba City, Kathleen Blount of Olivehurst and Mildred Mushrush of Bakersfield; a brother, Harold Hickman of Bakersfield; a sister, Beatrice Bresnan of New York; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. - Private family funeral services and burial were scheduled at Sutter Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel.
Daily Appeal - Sat 1/23/1875, p3 - Death of an Old Citizen - Thomas Hickman, who died Thursday night at the St. Nicholas, was a native of Kentucky, and came to California in 1853 and has lived almost exclusively in Marysville since that time, and was generally known as a teamster and stableman. Having died penniless, his friends and acquaintances contributed sufficient to give him a decent burial. From exposure he took cold and died of pneumonia.
Daily Appeal - Tue 1/26/1875, p3 - Died: The funeral of Thomas Hickman will take place this morning at 9 o'clock from Hayes & Hamilton's undertakers' rooms. Friends are invited to attend.
Daily Appeal - Sun 5/10/1908, p5 - Mrs. Anna Hicks Has Passed To Her Reward - Wheatland, May 9 - This morning at 5:30 another old resident of this community passed to the spirit land. While her death had been expected to take place at any time for the past few months, yet to the family and many friends it came as a shock. - The deceased was the widow of Jas. M. Hicks, formerly one of the biggest ranchers on Coon Creek, Sutter county. She was a native of New York and was born August 9, 1834, being 73 years old at the time of her death. At the age of 21 she came across the plains with three sisters, a brother and brother-in-law, and all settled in Sutter county. In 1858 she was married to James M. Hicks, by whom she became the mother of eight children. The five living are Mrs. Jim Waltz of Sutter county, S. D.; J. M., Fred and Champ Hicks of Wheatland. - Sister Anna Hicks, as she was familiarly known to everybody in this section, was the last member of a large family to pass from time to eternity. While she only lived in Wheatland a little less than four years, yet this has always been her trading point and no one in this section was better known and perhaps more universally loved.- She joined the Christian church in Fairview about forty years ago and died a consistent member of the same. - The funeral will take place Monday morning from the Methodist church, conducted by Rev. Coffin and Rev. Mr. Duffy. Mrs. Lottie Monson will have charge of the music, assisted by some of her neighbors from Fairview. The body will be laid to rest in the Manzanita cemetery near Lincoln. "Peace to her ashes and honor to her memory."
HICKS, ELIJAH JOHN
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/18/1907, p1 - John Hicks Found Dead In Hall of a Lodging House - Yuba City Carpenter Starts to Go to a Room In the Mechanics' House on C Street, But Dies In the Hallway and Body Found Yesterday Morning - John Hicks, a carpenter of Yuba City, was found dead yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock in the hallway of the Mechanics' house on C street. Coroner Kelly was notified and took possession of the body. - On searching the body the sum of $12.60 was found in the pockets. There was also a silver watch, knife and a bunch of keys. At first it was thought that the dead man was a workman known as George who had been employed by Mr. Channon of Live Oak, but later the supposed George showed up at the morgue to have a look at the dead man. - Early yesterday morning the body was identified by Paul McCune and John Carragan as John Hicks, a carpenter who had been doing some work at Yuba City. - Hicks was about 60 years of age, 5 feet 10inces in height and wore a gray moustache and beard of two weeks' growth. He was in Dempsey's saloon at Fourth and C streets Wednesday and complained of being sick. He drank a few glasses of water and sat down in the saloon. No one knew him and he asked to be removed to a lodging house, stating that he was very sick. - Two men who were strangers to him took him out of the saloon and on their return stated that he had given 50 cents for a bed at the Mechanics' house. - That was the last seen of Hicks until his body was found yesterday morning in the hallway of the lodging house. Coroner Kelly will hold an inquest on the body this evening.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/19/1907, p6 - Elijah Hick's Death Due to Natural Causes - The inquest on the body of Elijah Hicks, who was found dead in the hallway of the Mechanics' house on Thursday morning, was held yesterday at the undertaking parlors of Kelly Brothers. Coroner Kelly held the inquest and the verdict of the jury was that Hicks came to his death from natural causes. - The following jurors sat on the case: Al Hedges, Eugene Stakem, H. J. Kelly, George Williams, J. R. Jackson and C. A. Peel. - Hicks was a carpenter, as told in yesterday's Appeal. He formerly worked for B. F. Walton and the late Hugh Jones of Yuba City. He was well known and a native of England. He leaves no known relatives that are known of. - The burial will take place today.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 11/29/1891, p3 - Death of a Baby - Martin Hicks, a prominent rancher, who resides near Wheatland, was returning with his wife and baby from Bartlett Springs last Thursday when the little one was taken suddenly ill near Sacramento, and died that night. The interment took place yesterday.
HICKS, J. M.
Democrat - 4/10/1913, p6 - Friends Show Respect to Memory of J. M. Hicks - The funeral of the late J. M. Hicks, who died Monday night, was marked with impressive services in Wheatland Wednesday afternoon. Services over the remains were conducted in Odd Fellows hall by the Wheatland Lodge of Masons, with which order the deceased had been identified for a number of years. Worshipful Master William Stall of Nicolaus officiated at the ceremony in the hall and also at the last rites at the grave. The high esteem in which the deceased was held by his fellowmen was shown in the large number of beautiful floral offerings. The pallbearers were: Bert Creps, Joe Hartley, Plummer Enochs, Ross Creps, Frank Sorrell and Frank Muck.
HICKS, JOHN BENTON
Marysville Democrat - Thu 3/18/1920, p1 - Funeral of J. B. Hicks At 2 o'clock Tomorrow - The funeral of John Benton Hicks, who died last night, will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the chapel of Kelly Brothers, with Rev. Mark Rifenbark of St. John's Episcopal church, officiating. Interment will be made in the Browns Valley cemetery. - Deceased was fifty years of age and a native of Illinois. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Maude Hicks, one daughter, Miss Ruth Hicks, a mother, Mrs. J. V. Hicks, and the following sisters and brothers: Elmer Hicks of Oregon, Ernest C. Hicks of Natomas, William Hicks of Sacramento, Carl E. Hicks of Montana, Henry Hicks of Los Angeles, Mrs. Edward Barclay of San Diego, Mrs. A. E. Boething of this city, Miss Ethel Hicks of New York and Mrs. L. V. Lefevre of this city. - Hicks was former city trustee of Sacramento. He was a member of Sacramento Commandery, Knights Templar; Union Lodge, No. 58, F. & A.M., of Sacramento; Capital Lodge, No. 87, I.O.O.F., of Sacramento and Sequoia Lodge, No. 104, of Sacramento.
HICKS, JOHN FREDERICK
Democrat - 1/13/1919, p5 - Brother Judge Hicks Of Wheatland Dies At Napa - John Frederick Hicks, 48 years of age, and a native of California, died of influenza at the Napa State Hospital, according to word received here. Deceased was a brother of Justice Hicks of Wheatland. The remains were shipped to Marysville and interred at 10 o'clock this morning in the Manzanita cemetery near Lincoln by Kelly Bros.
HIGHT, GEORGE N.
Marysville Herald - 12/10/1850, p2 - Died: In Marysville, Dec. 7th, of inflammation of the stomach and bowels, George N., son Geo. V. and Nancy Hight, formerly of St. Louis, aged 22 months and 7 days. - St. Louis papers please copy.
HIGHTOWER, CHARLES GULLEY
Appeal Democrat - Mon 1/8/1990 - Obituaries: Services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel for Charles Gulley Hightower, 33, of Marysville, who died Jan. 4, 1990, at Rideout Hospital. - A Yuba-Sutter area resident for 10 years, he was a student at Yuba College and had worked for four years at Hewlett-Packard Co. He was a native of San Francisco. - He is survived by his parents, Charles and Rheba Hightower of North Highlands; two brothers, Tony Hightower of Woodland and Robert Hightower of Sacramento; and a sister, Delle Hightower of Marysville. - The Rev. Brad Weniger of the Bible Baptist Church will officiate at the services. Visitation will be from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. until the services at the funeral home. - Memorial contributions to the Mike Geisman Fund, O.I.F. Inc., P. O. Box 14807, Clearwater, Fla., 34629-4807, are suggested by the family.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 12/8/1870, p2 - Died: In this city, December 6th, George Hildebrand, aged 37 years and two months. - The funeral will take place from his late residence, corner of B and Seventh streets, this forenoon at ten o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. [Notice below obit invites IOOF, Oriental Lodge, No. 45 and Yuba Lodge, No. 5, to meet at the hall and attend George Hildebrand's funeral.]
Sacramento Daily Union - 12/9/1870 - Died: In Marysville, Dec. 6th, Geo. Hildebrand, aged 37 years and 2 months.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/16/1886 - Died: In this city, July 16th, Uriah Hildebrand, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 62 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/18/1886 - To Get A Pension - Uriah Hildebrand, familiarly known as "Joe", who died in the hospital on Friday night, had a petition before the Pension Bureau at Washington asking for his allowance as a Mexican veteran and it would have been but a short time now until it would have been granted.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/18/1886 - A Double Funeral - An unusual event will take place this morning, that of a double funeral of two Mexican veterans who will be buried side by side as they fought if not side by side for the cause that added this golden state to the union. It becoming known to the members of the Corinth Post that these two, Uriah Hildebrand and Joseph Sellinger, were veterans of the war with Mexico, they will detail a guard to escort the remains and if the four old muskets can be put into condition will fire a salute and drum beat the taps.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/19/1886 - The Double Funeral - As announced, the funeral of two Mexican war veterans took place last Sunday and was something which since the Mexican war closed has probably never taken place. The two hearses moved side by side and the two men were buried side by side. Uriah Hildebrand and Joseph Sellinger were united in the ranks, they are now united in the ranks above. Corinth Post turned out a detail of twenty-five men under the post commander. The drum corps with muffled drums, the firing squad with revered arms, the march to the cemetery, the feeling service of the G.A.R. which was appropriately rendered and as a finale the three volleys from the firing parties with taps on the drums ended this solemn scene.
HILL, J. S.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/12/1915, p1 - Dixon Suicide Cousin of Floyd Seawell - J. S. Hill, president of the Dixon Chamber of Commerce, President of the Dixon Commercial Club, and Director of the First National Bank of that place, who committed suicide by shooting himself Monday, was a cousin of Floyd Seawell of Marysville. Hill had visited this city on numerous occasions when he has been the guest of the Seawell household and had many friends here who will regret to hear of his sad death. He killed himself in the bathroom at the McCune ranch near Dixon where he was found by the foreman of the ranch.
HILL, JOHN C.
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-November 19, 1996-John C. HILL-John Calvin Hill, 42, of Olivehurst died Nov. 16, 1996, at his residence. Born in Yuba City, he was a lifelong resident of the Yuba-Sutter area. He was a meat processor. He was a member of the Frank C. Reilly Chapter of E. Clampus Vitus. He is survived by a son Calvin Don Hill of Yuba City, his parents, Don and Ruth Hill of Marysville; a brother David Hill of Oregon; and a companion, Dee Clark of Olivehurst. The family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society or to a favorite charity. Services: A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at Truth Tabernacle, 5206 Tulip Road, Olivehurst. The Rev. John Thomas will officiate. Private inurnment will be in Sutter Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel. (Submitted by Craig Hahn.)
HILL, MARY A.
Daily Appeal 7/13/1884, p 2 Died: In Honcut, July 11th, Mary A. Hill, aged 70 years. The funeral will take place to-day.
HILLER, FREDERICK D.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 3/10/1890, p1 - Died: In Smartsville, March 8, 1890, B. Hillis, aged 63 years, 8 months and 24 days.
Appeal 10/07/1911, p. 1 YUBA PIONEER CROSSES DIVIDE Riley Hines, a native of California, 51 years of age, died yesterday in Stockton. For a good many years Mr. Hines was a resident of Wheatland. Besides a loving wife, he leaves a daughter to mourn his loss. The funeral will take place from the I.O.O.F. hall in Wheatland Sunday afternoon under the auspices of Marysville lodge No. 3099. Interment will be made in the Wheatland cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 10/30/1918, p 4 - Daughter of Mrs. Andrew Myers Dies - Mrs. Andrew Meyers today received word of the death of her daughter, Mrs. Zetta Hines, in Vallejo, following a short illness of Spanish influenza. Deceased was a native of Marysville, where she had made her home previous to removal to Vallejo some months ago. She is survived by her husband, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Meyers, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Lipp, of Marysville. - The remains will arrive here Wednesday and will be taken in charge by Kelly Bros., who will announce funeral arrangements later.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Thu 10/31/1918, p8 - Hines Funeral Today - The funeral services of Mrs. Zetta Hines, wife of William Hines, who died at Vallejo from the influenza, were held this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock from the chapel of Kelly Bros. Rev. Father Guerin officiated, and interment was made in the Yuba City cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 11/23/1898, p1 - Death of an Aged Woman - Mrs. Sarah Hinkson Succumbs to the Ravages of Time - Mrs. Sarah Hinkson died at 2:20 yesterday afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Kimball, regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. - Grandma Hinkson was a native of Maine, and was aged 94 years, 2 months and 13 days. She came to California 33 years ago, and has resided in this city ever since with her daughter. - She was a christian woman of beautiful and unblemished character, and has been a church member 84 years. The deceased enjoyed excellent health up to a week ago, death resulting from old age. She was the grandmother of Mrs. Corinne Rideout. - The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock Friday morning from the residence of C. B. Kimball. The services and interment in the family plot, city cemetery, will be private.
HINMAN, ALICE H.
Marysville Appeal - 5/30/1922, p5 - Hinman Funeral Today - The funeral of Mrs. Alice H. Hinman will be conducted from the chapel of Kelly Brothers at 9 o'clock this morning. Interment will be made in the Fairview cemetery at 11 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 11/23/1880, p2 - Died: Near Browns Valley, November 22d, Henry Hinman, a native of Connecticut, aged 57 years. - The funeral will take place at Browns Valley, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/19/1861, p2 - Two Men Killed by a Snow Slide - We learn from the Mountain Messenger, for a copy of which we are indebted to Everts, Wilson & Co., that at Orum Hill, in Northern Sierra, on the 11th inst., Peter Hitzman, an American, and one Johnson, a Dane, were killed by a heavy snow-slide, while they were running a gravel car from the mouth of a tunnel. Two other persons, one an uncle of Hitzman, were in the tunnel at the time, and were eight hours digging a way out through the slide, which was twenty-five feet deep. Twenty-two hours after the occurence of the slide the buried men were dug out by a party of miners. One was dead and the other died after giving a few moans.
HIXSON, JACOB A.
Appeal Democrat Jacob Alexander Hixson, 1 ½ months, died Feb. 8, 2001, at Rideout Emergency Center. He was born in Yuba City. Survivors include his parents, James and Julie Hixson of Strawberry Valley; his grandparents, Tom and Jan Malmros of Brownsville and Betty Hixson of Sunnyvale; and his great-grandmother, Geraldine Malmros of Duluth, Minn. Services: A graveside service will be conducted at noon Thursday at Strawberry Valley Cemetery. The Rev. Wayne Vincent of Loma Rica Community Church will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan Chapel. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/17/1894, p1 - A Veteran's Funeral - The funeral of the war veteran, Andrew Hobart, who died in Sutter county last Friday, took place from the undertaking parlors of A. B. Hopkins at 2 o'clock this afternoon. - The interment took place in the G.A.R. plot at the City cemetery, the following gentlemen acting as pall-bearers: Wm. Leach, Ed. Hollen, C. E. Coble, James Stafford, John Lindner and M. T. Featherly.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/18/1894, p1 - Funeral of Andrew Hobart - The funeral of the old soldier, Andrew Hobart, took place yesterday afternoon from the undertaking parlors of A. B. Hopkins. The interment took place in the Grand Army plot at the city cemetery. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: William Leach, C. E. Cobb, M. T. Featherly, Ed Hollen, James Stafford and John Lindner. - C. E. Cobb read the G.A.R. service at the grave.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/31/1871, p2 - Died: In this city, October 30th, Edward Hobart, aged 40 years. - New Jersey papers please copy. (The funeral will take place from the City Sexton's office corner of B and 7th streets, this morning at 10 o'clock. Friends of the deceased are invited to attend.)
Marysville Daily Democrat - 9/8/1893, p1 - Death of John Hobel - John Hobel, an old-time shoemaker of this city, died at the Yuba County Hospital to-day of inflammation of the bowels. Hobel was sick only a few days and has been an inmate of the hospital since Wednesday. The deceased has a brother living in New York who has been telegraphed to by Coroner Bevan as to the disposition of the remains. - Hobel was 61 years of age. Of late he kept a boot and shoe repairing shop on Third street, between B and C. - The funeral will be announced when a reply is received from New York.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/9/1893, p1 - John Hobel's Death - He Passes Away After a Few Days' Illness - John Hobel died at the county hospital on Thursday night of inflammation of the bowels. He has resided in this city a number of years and was a shoemaker by trade. He had a repairing shop on Third street, between B and C. - The deceased was an old soldier, and enlisted in 1855 in Company G, Tenth Regiment of Infantry, and served three years. - He was a man of apparently robust constitution, but died after being sick but a few days. He has a brother living in New York who was telegraphed to by Coroner Bevan. - The deceased was a native of Germany and about 61 years of age.
Daily Democrat - 9/9/1893, p1 - Funeral of John Hobel - The funeral of the late John Hobel will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. - The deceased served the Government during the late unpleasantness and the interment will take place in the G.A.R. plot at the city cemetery. - The following members of the Corinth Post, No. 80, will act as pall-bearers: A. W. Lewis, Allen Cooley, John Palmer, Ed. Hollen, Geo. Van Buskirk and James Madden. - Hobel's discharge papers show that he was a private in Company G, 10th Regiment Infantry, U.S.A.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/10/1893, p1 - John Hobel's Funeral - The funeral of the late John Hobel will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. - As he was a soldier the following members of the Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R., will act as his pallbearers: Allen Cooley, A. W. Lewis, Ed Hollen, John Palmer, George Van Buskirk and Bert Trueblood.
Marysville Democrat - 9/11/1893, p1 - Laid to Rest. - The remains of the late John Hobe [sic] were laid in their last resting place yesterday afternoon by members of Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R. - The Rev. E. L. Allen, of the Presbyterian Church, read the funeral services at the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan and at the grave. - The funeral cortege was attended by many friends of deceased. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: A. W. Lewis, Allen Cooley, John Palmer, Ed. Hollen, George Van Buskirk and James Madden.
HOBERT, F. B.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 12/22/1869, p2 - Died: At Weaverville, December 12th, F. B. Hobert, aged 9 years, 11 months and 9 days.
Daily Appeal - 10/13/1896, p4 - Died: At Hechingen bej Hohenzollern, Germany, October 9th, Mrs. Rosa Hochstadter, beloved mother of Simon and Adolph Hochstadter, aged 94 years.
Appeal Democrat 12/08/1967 Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p.m. at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel for Ada Hodges, 79, of Olivehurst, who died yesterday in Marysville Convalescent Hospital. A native of Alabama, she had lived in the area for the past 10 years. She is survived by four sons, Theo Hodges of Fresno, Jim Hodges of Blocker, Okla., and Neutie and Fred Hodges, both of olivehurst; 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted by Rev. Paul Doffit of Merced. Burial will be Monday at 2 p.m. in Chowchilla Cemetery in Chowchilla. (B.S.)
HOELSCHER, MARGARET M.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/7/1864, p2 - Died: In this city, Oct. 6th, Margaret M., wife of Geo. A. Hoelscher, aged 23 years 5 months and 19 days. - The funeral will take place this afternoon, at four o'clock, at their residence, corner of Ninth and L streets. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
HOEPPNER, EMIL A.
Appeal Democrat - 8/5/1937, p1 - E. A. Hoeppner, Prominent Engineer, Called By Death at Yuba Mountain Home; Helped Rebuild Bay City - Major Emil A. Hoeppner, 69, one of California's leading construction engineers, died suddenly in his Brownsville home Thursday morning. There had been no premonition of death. - Hoeppner came west in 1906 following the earthquake and fire, taking charge of construction work for a firm of architects engaged in rebuilding San Francisco, and remained in that position for two years. Following that, he financed the opening of the Midway oil field in Kern county, in partnership with L. B. McMurtry. - Although he purchased mining properties near Brownsville shortly afterwards, which were eventually abandoned because of water flow into the shaft, he continued to live in San Francisco for the most part until 1916, at which time he purchased the old Knox estate in the vicinity of his mining claim, and lived there until the end of his life. - Hoeppner had been a member of the Illinois national guard, in which he gained the commission of captain, and was a veteran of the Spanish-American war, in which he served as first lieutenant, and subsequently was made a major. He was also a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason, and belonged to numerous other organizations, including the Chicago architectural club. - During his life in Yuba county, he had become extremely well known, and was a highly respected citizen. He leaves his widow, Anna M. Hoeppner, whom he married in 1914. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lipp & Sullivan.
Appeal Democrat - 8/6/1937, p1 - Hoeppner Rites - Funeral services for Major Emil A. Hoeppner, 69, who died suddenly Thursday in his Brownsville home, will be held Monday morning at 11 o'clock in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel. The services will be in charge of Corinthian lodge No. 9, Order of Masons. - Following the ceremonies, the body will be taken to Sacramento for cremation at the East Lawn crematorium.
Daily Democrat - 8/9/1937, p1 - Friends Mass At Bier Of Late E. A. Hoeppner - From all over northern California and particularly from Strawberry Valley, La Porte, and Challenge, came friends of Major Emil A. Hoeppner Monday morning at 11 o'clock to join with Corinthian lodge No. 9 of Masons in final rites for the universally admired construction engineer, held in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel. - Draped in a large American flag, for which Hoeppner fought in the Spanish-American war, the casket was surrounded by flowers. At its head stood a beautiful easel piece representing the square and compass of the Masonic order, with which he was identified during the greater part of his life. - The Masonic lodge attended in a body and was in charge of the services, which were conducted in the ritual of the order. Most of the Yuba county officials were also present, as were leading citizens of Marysville, come to pay last respects to the man who made his influence felt from his advent at Brownsville in 1916 to the time of his death Thursday. - Alfred S. Peterson was the master Mason who conducted the ceremonies, in which George W. Williams also participated as chaplain. Pallbearers were E. P. McDaniels, D. A. Winship, C. B. Kelly, Bernard Goeken, Bert Mansell, and F. J. Smith. - Following the services, the body was taken to Sacramento for cremation and inurnment at East Lawn.
HOESCH, MRS. JOHN
Marysville Daily Appeal - 6/16/1885 p3 - Sudden Death - J. Meyer received a telegram yesterday from Sacramento announcing the death of Mrs. John Hoesch at that place. Mrs. Hoesch was on a visit at Sacramento. She had been ailing for sometime but nothing serious was apprehended. Mrs. Hoesch was formerly a resident of Marysville and removed to San Francisco with her husband some eight or ten years ago where they have resided ever since.
Alta California 4/05/1862 KILLED A miner named William Hoff was killed at Browns Valley, Yuba county, on the 3d, whilst working at the bottom of an incline, by being struck by a descending car. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal 10/16/1888 Deaths In Marysville, October 15th, William Hoffart, a native of Germany, aged 39 years. (B. S.)
Marysville Appeal - Tue 12/31/1912, p1 - Illness of Mrs. Hoffman Ended - Mother of Mrs. S. Lewek of This City Was Called by Death Yesterday - Albert Lewek, the well known pharmacist of Marysville, yesterday received a telegram from his father stating that Mrs. Julia Hoffman, mother of Mrs. S. Lewek, had died in the French hospital that morning. The end came at 11 a.m., the deceased being surrounded by members of her family as the last spark of life flickered out. She was seventy-seven years old. - Mrs. Hoffman had been ill for some time. For more than a year she had been a patient at the French hospital. At times she would be at a low ebb and it seemed as though the end was near. She would quickly revive and would continue in a weak condition for months. Saturday it was thought that the end was near and S. Lewek, proprietor of the United States hotel of this city, went to San Francisco in response to a message informing him of the deceased's serious illness. - The funeral will be held at San Francisco Wednesday and will be attended by the relatives and many friends of the family. - Mrs. Julia Hoffman was a native of France. She came to the United States when a young woman and has resided in California a long time. She was well known in Marysville, where she would visit months at a time with her daughter, Mrs. S. Lewek. She leaves to mourn their loss two daughters, Mrs. S. Lewek of this city and Mrs. J. Crocker of San Francisco; two sons, Harry and Charles Hoffman of San Francisco.
Democrat 01/23/1890 Died. HOFFMAN In San Francisco, January 23, 1890, Lucie, only daughter of Charles Hoffman, aged 9 years.
Daily Appeal - 9/2/1862, p2 - Died: In this city, August 31st, S. Hoffstetter, aged 37 years. - The funeral will take place to-day at 10 o'clock A.M. from the home of L. Keyser, B street, between Third and Fourth. The friends and acquaintances of the deceased are invited to attend without further notice. (San Francisco German Demokrat please copy.)
Daily Appeal - 9/22/1909, p5 - Michael Hogan Has Passed Away - Michael Hogan, at one time a member of the Marysville police department, is dead. He died in Grass Valley and the Grass Valley Union has the following to say of his funeral: - All that was mortal of the late Michael Hogan was laid to rest yesterday morning in the new Catholic cemetery. The funeral was conducted from St. Patrick's Catholic church, where a high mass was celebrated at 10:30 o'clock for the repose of his soul by Rev. Father D'Arcy. Many old friends were in attendance, following the veteran's body to the grave, and the floral offerings were numerous. Hon. J. M. Walling and T. W. Sanders represented the Grand Army, decedant having served in the Civil war. The other pallbearers were Horace Bridges, Patrick Riley, E. W. Donnelly and C. E. Clinch. - A. C., W. H. and C. J. Hogan, sons of the late Michael Hogan, who came up from Oakland to attend the funeral of their father, will go to visit their former home at North San Juan this morning. - Mrs. M. Hogan and daughters, the Misses Mary and Caroline, will return today to their homes. Mrs. Hogan will go to Oakland, Miss Mary to Oakland, and Miss Caroline to Oroville.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/19/1889, p2 - Deaths: In Sutter City, March 18th, Mrs. Priscilla Holbrook, aged 51 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Sutter City M. E. church this (Tuesday) morning at 11 o'clock.
HOLCOMB, ANTOINETTE CASSANDRA THOMPSON
Daily Appeal - 5/17/1901, p 4 - Death of Mrs. A. C. Holcomb - The Appeal was notified last evening of the death of Mrs. A. C. Holcomb at the family residence near Brownsville. - The deceased, who was a pioneer resident of that vicinity, was aged 86 years, 7 months and 15 days. She leaves two sons, William Hampton Holcomb, aged 53, and Thaddeus Stevens Holcomb, aged 43. The interment will take place in the local cemetery.
HOLCOMB, JOHN FLAVEL
Daily Appeal - 7/31/1861, p 2 - Died: At his residence, near Frenchtown, in this county, on Tuesday, July 23d, John F. Holcomb, aged 55 years. - Mr. Holcomb was one of the early and honored settlers of Yuba county, a man among men, commanding the love and respect of all. He died, mourned not only by his family, but by the citizens of the county generally, to whom his memory will ever be sacred. D.R.S. Ohio papers please copy.
HOLCOMB, THADDEUS STEPHENS
Appeal Democrat - 5/14/1953, p 16 - Thadeus [sic] Stephens Holcomb, 95, lifelong resident of Yuba county, died in Yuba County hospital last night. He was born September 20, 1857, at the Beaver ranch, near Brownsville. His parents were pioneers who settled in Yuba county in the early 1850s and engaged in farming near Brownsville and Indiana Ranch. - Holcomb was married in 1935 to Mrs. Alice Pike who died in 1941 at their home in Challenge. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Florence Rice, of West Los Angeles, 102 years old, and the following nieces and nephews: Surney Rice, Ernest Rice and Nettie Rice, of West Los Angeles, Mrs. Mabel Conner of Smartville, George Holcomb, Budd Holcomb, Mrs. William Stevenson and Mrs. Kate Mansfield of Reno. - Funeral services will be in Lipp & Sullivan chapel, Marysville, at 1 p.m. Monday, followed by interment in Brownsville cemetery.
HOLDEN, NELLIE ASCUNCION REYES
Marysville Appeal Democrat - 2/6/1957, p 10 - HOLDEN - Graveside funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow for Mrs. Nellie (Ascuncion REYES) HOLDEN, of W. Linda who died Saturday. - The rites will be held at Sierra View Memorial Park. - Born in Panama City, Panama, Mrs. Holden is survived by her husband, Lester, 30, and five daughters ranging in age from 2 to 6, and a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Robertson of Oroville. - Arrangements are being handled by Lipp & Sullivan funeral home.
HOLIDAY, JOSEPH WILBUR
Appeal Democrat - Wed 9/3/1986 - Obituaries: Services are scheduled Friday for Joseph Wilbur Holiday, 78, of Marysville, who died Sept. 1, 1986, at Rideout Hospital. - A native of Topeka, Kan., Holiday had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for the past 20 years. He was a retired sales representative, working in the construction industry. - Survivors include a son, James R. Holiday of Sacramento; three brothers, Gordon Holiday of Kansas, Arthur Holiday of Texas and Bob Holiday of New York; and one grandson. - Services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Richard Markle of the Marysville First Presbyterian Church officiating. Private entombment will be in the Yuba-Sutter Mausoleum. Visitation will be tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
HOLINGQUEST (HOLMQUEST), FRED
Marysville Daily Democrat - 9/27/1900, p5 - To His Last Rest - The funeral of Fred Holmquest took place from the Hopkins undertaking parlors this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: Ed Devoe, George Devoe, Fred Wilson and M. C. Herman. Interment in the City cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/28/1900, p1 - Laid to Eternal Rest - Fred Holingquest, who died suddenly at the Wilson ranch, Marysville township, a few days ago, was buried yesterday afternoon in the City cemetery. The following friends of the deceased acted as pallbearers: George Devoe, Fred Wilson, Ed Devoe and M. C. Ehrman.
Marysville Appeal - 9/27/1911, p1 - Buried With Full Honors - The funeral of the late George Holland was held yesterday at 2 p.m. from Masonic Hall under the auspices of Marysville Commandery, Knights Templar. A large number of friends and acquaintances gathered to pay their last tribute of respect. The pall-bearers were Hobart Leiken, Edgar Taber, G. H. Roberts, Len Walton, C. C. Rubel and C. V. Doll. - R. E. Bevan will accompany the body to Sacramento Wednesday morning, where it will be cremated.
HOLLAND, W. W.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 2/13/1904, p5 - W. W. Holland Dead - Passing of Former Treasurer of Yuba in Los Angeles County - William Lumbard, says the Wheatland Four Corners, received a letter from Mrs. C. Holland Wednesday announcing the death of W. W. Holland, which occurred at Toluca, Los Angeles county, on February 5th. The funeral was held at Los Angeles last Sunday. - Death was due to a complication of diseases. Deceased was born in Washington county, Pa., and was 60 years of age. - For a number of years he made his home in this city, and was connected with the S. P. Company as agent, and later was cashier of the Farmers' Bank. - He was elected on the Democratic ticket and served two terms as Treasurer of Yuba county, later conducting a tailoring establishment in Marysville. - From Marysville he removed to the southern part of the State, where he resided up to the time of his death. - Some years ago Mr. Holland joined the Methodist Church. He was a half-brother of the late Crofford Holland, one of the founders of our little city. He leaves a wife and one son.
HOLLAND, WILLIE HOMER
Daily Democrat - Fri 10/10/1890, p1 - Will Holland Dead - Dispatch From Truckee Brings Sad Tidings - A telegram received from Truckee this morning announces the death of Will Holland, the oldest son of W. W. Holland. The sad event took place at the residence of W. C. Durno. Will was but seventeen years of age. He was a manly young fellow and had just commenced to work for himself. At school he was a favorite, and no one knew Will that did not appreciate his good qualities. His death is a terrible blow to his parents. - The cause of his death was typhoid fever, which he contracted while working in Truckee.
Daily Democrat - Sat 10/11/1890, p4 - Died: At Truckee, Califronia, October 9, 1890, Willie Homer Holland, oldest son of William W. and Carrie Holland, a native of California, aged 16 years and 16 days. - Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral from the Presbyterian Church, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment City cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 10/12/1890, p2 - Deaths: In Truckee, October 9th, Willie Homer Holland, eldest son of William W. and Carrie Holland, a native of California, aged 16 years and 16 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Presbyterian church this (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, City cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/20/1901, p4 - Ed Hollen's End - Former Marysvillian Passed Away at the Soldiers' Home Yesterday - Attorney J. E. Ebert received a telegram yesterday afternoon from Los Angeles, notifying him that Ed Hollen, a former resident of Marysville, had died at the Soldiers' Home at Santa Monica. - The deceased was a native of Germany and was naturalized in Nevada county on September 30, 1876. At the time of his death he was about 57 years of age. He was in the saloon business in this city for a number of years and at one time was one of the proprietors of the Golden Eagle Hotel. He was a member of Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R., Marysville Lodge No. 1656, Knights of Honor and of Marysville Lodge No. 38, A.O.U.W. His wife and son will receive $4000 out of those two lodges. The deceased had a severe spell of sickness before he was sent to the Home a few months ago, and had been in very poor health for the past year. - Charles Mehl of this city was a brother-in-law of the deceased. - The many friends of Ed Hollen will learn with regret that he has passed away, as he was a man that had a most genial disposition.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Tue 8/20/1901, p8 - Death of Ed. Hollen - The End Came Monday at the Santa Monica Soldiers' Home - A telegram received in this city Monday evening announced the death of Ed. Hollen, a well known resident of this city, which occurred during the day at the Soldiers' Home at Santa Monica. - Deceased, who had been in poor health during the past year, was a native of Germany, aged about 57 years, and had many friends in this city where he resided about fifteen years. - At one time he was a partner of Barney Mehl as proprietors of the Golden Eagle Hotel. - He was a member of Corinth Post, G. A. R., of this city; also a member of Marysville Lodge, No. 1656, Knights of Honor, and Marysville Lodge, No. 38, A.O.U.W., in which institutions he held policies in the sum of $4,000, which will got to his wife and son. - Deceased was a brother-in-law of Charles Mehl of this city.
Same paper, same page: Died: At the Soldiers' Home, Santa Monica, August 19th, Edward Hollen, a native of Germany, aged 57 years. - Funeral notice hereafter.
HOLLINGSHEAD, ABNER MATTHEW
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/21/1915, p1 - Wheatland Pioneer Answered Final Summons - Abner Matthew Hollingshead, a pioneer resident of Yuba county, died Wednesday night at his late home at Wheatland at the age of 86 years, 6 months and 11 days. Deceased was a native of Toronto, Canada, and was well and favorably known in this county where he has made his home for a great many years. Hollingshead crossed the plains by ox team during the year 1852, coming to what was known as Utah Territory. In 1861 he located near Bear river near Wheatland where he immediately took up farming and where he has resided for the past 53 years. He continued his farming life up to within a few years ago when old age intervened and he was forced to retire from his active duties on his farm. He is survived by a wife, Mrs. Abigail Hollingshead, two sons, Francis M. and Joseph E. Hollingshead of Wheatland, one daughter, Mrs. Lizzie M. McDonald, also of Wheatland, and two brothers George and Erastus Hollingshead, also residents of Wheatland. - The funeral services will be held from the Christian church at Wheatland Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment will be made in the family plot in the Wheatland cemetery under the direction of R.E. Bevan & Son.
Sacramento Daily Bee 7/25/1878 Deaths In West Bear River Township, Yuba county, July 21, Aurelia Hollingshead, aged 75 years, 8 months and 7 days. (B. S.)
Marysville Appeal - 11/6/1918, p4 - Funeral For Hollingshead - Thursday afternoon the funeral services for George Hollingshead, who died at Vallejo from influenza will be held at 2:30 o'clock at the Wheatland cemetery, where interment will be made by Kelly Bros.
HOLLOMON, CHARLTON W.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/5/1894, p1 - Death of C. W. Hollomon - Charlton W. Hollomon, a native of Osage county, Missouri, died at the Simon Yore ranch, Parks' Bar township, last Saturday where he had been employed as a laborer. - The cause of his death was internal hemorrhage of the lungs. He was buried last Sunday in Peoria cemetery. - The deceased was a brother of Mrs. Sarah McKinney of Sutter county, and leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.
Sacramento Evening Bee - January 30, 1906 - BURNS PROVE FATAL - Marysville, January 30 Alvin HOLMES, the young man injured in the explosion of a lamp in his tent at the camp of PALMER and McBRIDE contractors of Geguerre Point, in the Yuba, died at the hospital here this morning. He was a native of Sweden, 27 years old, and an Odd Fellow. His mother resides in Indiana. (R.T.)
Marysville Democrat - Sat 8/15/1908, p1 - Miner Commits Suicide - Andy Holmes Seeks The Hidden Mysteries of the Future - Brownsville, Aug. 15 - Coming up out of the shaft of the J. C. Campbell mine this morning Andy Holmes, a miner, walked a few yards to a fence and going behind the structure shot himself through the head with a revolver, dying in a few minutes. He leaves a wife and family residing at Indiana Ranch, who have been notified of his death and are on their way to this place. - The cause of Holmes committing suicide is not known, as he told no one of his intentions, and after coming up out of the mine deliberately walked behind the fence and shot himself. - He was very cheerful last night, saying that he felt better than he had in some time, and no cause for his terrible act can be thought of. Holmes has been a miner for years and is well known in Grass Valley and Nevada city. He also resided in Marysville about eighteen years ago. - When Coroner Kelly was notified of the suicide he telephoned to his deputy, John Hocking, who was conducting a funeral at Dobbins and Hocking immediately left for Brownsville to investigate the death of Holmes.
HOLMES, RALPH EDWIN
Marysville Appeal - 10/25/1918, p4 - Funeral of Ralph Holmes to be Held Saturday - Funeral services for the late Ralph Edwin Holmes will be held from the parlors of Kelly Bros. Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be private in the Yuba City cemetery.
Sacramento Bee, March 2, 1919 - DEATHS - March 3rd SAMUEL HOLMES, native of California, aged 43 years (R.T.)
Sacramento Daily Union - 7/16/1873 - Killed by a Cave - Serious Accident - Sucker Flat, July 15th - A terrible accident occurred this evening about 6 o'clock. Thatcher Holmes, an old resident of Timbuctoo, while on his way to work in the Enterprise claim - the path he usually went on being through the Babb claim - he stopped, and, leaving his supper-can on the path, went to where the men were working, it is supposed, to see some of them. He had been there but a few minutes when an immense cave came down. The men started to run, but several were caught, including Muffler, Holmes and Lee. Two of them escaped with slight cuts. Holmes is buried underneath fifteen or twenty feet of gravel. About sixty men are engaged in searching for his body.
Daily Appeal 7/16/1873, Pg. 3 Fatal Mining Accident at Sucker Flat Sucker Flat, July 15th. A terrible accident occurred this evening at 6 oclock. Thatcher Holmes, an old resident of Timbuctoo, while on his way to work in the Enterprise claim by the path he usually went. On going through the Babb claim, he stopped and leaving his supper can on the path, went to where the men were working, and it is supposed to see some of the men. He had not been there but a few minutes when an immense cave came down. The men started to run, but several were caught, including Holmes, Muffler and Lee. Two of them escaped with slight cuts. Holmes is covered up underneath fifteen to twenty feet of gravel. About sixty men are engaged in searching for his body. (B. S.)
Appeal - 7/20/1873, p3 - Mining Accident - An inquest was held at Timbuctoo on the 18th inst., on the body of Thatcher B. Holmes, a well known and respected inhabitant of that place, who was unfortunately killed on the evening of the 15th by the caving of a bank in the Babb claim. The jury returned a verdict that the deceased came to his death by the bank in the Babb claim falling upon him. Deceased left a widow and four young children to regret his untimely fate.
HOLQUIN, CANUTO H.
Appeal Democrat - Rosary will be recited Monday and a Mass of Christian Burial celebrated Tuesday for Canuto H. Holquin, 85, of Yuba City, who died Jan. 30, 1992, at Rideout Hospital. - Born in Chiguaga, Mexico, he had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area 46 years. He was a farm laborer. - He is survived by his wife, Dolores of Yuba City; three sons, Louis, Manuel and Salvador Castillo, all of Texas; two daughters, Natividad Ramirez and Connie Primer, both of Yuba City; two sisters, Maria Herlinda Holquin of Yuba City and Trinidad Lopez of Marysville; four granddaughters and four great-grandchildren. - Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Isidore's Catholic Church with the Rev. Joseph Bishop officiating. - Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery.
HOLQUIN, LEE SALAZAR
Appeal Democrat - Wed 7/22/1998, p C-2 - Obituaries: [photo] Lee Salazar Holquin, 54, of Yuba City died July 19, 1998, at the University of California, Davis, Medical Center, Sacramento. - Born in El Paso, Texas, he was a life-long Yuba-Sutter resident. He was an electrician at the Sutter County Airport for 23 years. - Survivors include four daughters, Priscilla Holquin of Yuba City, Sarah Holquin of Sutter and Nanette Holquin and Andrea Holquin, both of Sacramento; a son, Anthony Holquin of Houston, Texas; eight sisters, Rose Pineda, Gloria Nangarica, Mary Garcia, Margie Rios and Susan Portugal, all of Yuba City, Linda Aguirre of Linda, Lucy Garcia of Lodi and Tomasa Singh of Chicago, Ill.; a brother, Jessie Lopez of Yuba City; eight grandchildren; and his companion, Tina Campos of Yuba City. - Services: A graveside service will be conducted at 3 p.m. Friday in Sutter Cemetery, with Chaplain Herman Wendler officiating. Visitation will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ullrey Memorial Chapel.
HOLQUIN, MARIA ERLINDA
Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/7/1995, pC-2 - Maria Erlinda Holquin, 85, died July 31, 1995, at her home in Yuba City. - A native of El Paso, Texas, she as a resident of the Yuba-Sutter area for 43 years. - She was a retired presser at Bossen Bros. Laundry in Marysville and was employed for 35 years. - She is survived by nine nieces and two nephews. - Services: A graveside service will be 10 a.m. at Sierra View Memorial Park. Visitations will be from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Chapel of the Twin Cities in Yuba City.
HOLT, GEORGE LeROY
Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/16/1966, p12 - Obituaries: Burial services are scheduled tomorrow for George LeRoy Holt, 59, 876 Plumas St., Yuba City, who died Sunday at Fremont Hospital. - A native of Waco, Tex., he was a laborer and lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for three years. He was a veteran of World War II. - Survivors, besides his wife, Frances, include two sons, Glenn and Dale Fizer, of Slater, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Georgia May Parks of Slater, Mo., and Mrs. Shirley May Parks of Joplin, Mo.; three step-sons, Leon Rolfe of Albany, Ray and Vern Rolfe, both of Yuba City; two step-daughters, Mrs. June Hartzog and Sharon Rolfe, both of Yuba City; a brother, Clay Fizer of Marshall, Mo.; 12 grandchildren. - Graveside services under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Sutter Cemetery by officials of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of Yuba City.
HOOPER, CHARLES WILLIAM MUNROE
Daily Appeal 05/12/1895, p. 1 Death of C. W. H. [sic] Hooper Charles William Munroe Hooper died suddenly at the old Hooper ranch, near Wheatland, soon after midnight yesterday morning. Coroner Bevan was notified and went to Wheatland on the morning train. He ascertained from Dr. Grant that Munroe [sic] had died from heart disease and did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest. It was learned that the deceased, his wife and J. A. Stewart and wife had gone on a camping tour to Mendocino county on April 16th and had started on their return trip on May 6th, arriving home on Friday night. He had complained for several days of a pain in his side and a queer sensation about his heart, but it was attributed to neuralgia. He retired early to bed feeling as well as he had been for several days, but when his wife woke up soon after midnight she heard him breathing heavily and caught hold of his hand and tried to awaken him by slapping the hand. He gasped twice and the breathing ceased. Dr. Grant was hastily summoned and when he arrived life was extinct. The deceased was a native of Booneville, Scott county, Arkansas, and was about 45 years of age. He formerly resided at Ukiah, but since he last returned to Wheatland has lived there steadily for eleven years. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his loss. The funeral will take place from the Christian church at Wheatland to-morrow morning at 10 oclock, interment at the Wheatland cemetery. He was generally known as Will Hooper and his father also resides near Wheatland.
HOOPER, SARAH ANNWeekly Appeal 9/28/1872 DIED In this city, Sept. 18th, Sarah Ann wife of Edward Hooper, aged 39 years. (B. S.)
HOOSE, DOLOROUS M.
San Francisco Examiner August 12, 1966 Funerals In Terra Linda, Marin County, August 9, 1966, Dolorous M. ( Dolly) Hoose, dearly beloved mother of Leon T. Hoose; dear grandmother of Mary Ellen and Katherine Hoose; beloved mother-in-law of Viola Hoose; aged 84 years. A retired registered nurse. Private family funeral services were conducted Thursday, August 11. Inurnment, Cypress Lawn Memorial Park. W. C. LASWELL & CO. (note: Dolorous is clearly buried in Strawberry Valley in lieu of Cypress Memorial Park.) (B.S.)
HOOVER, DAVID FRANKLIN
Appeal Democrat - 9/26/1977, p A-4 - David Franklin Hoover, 57, of 5276 Fruitland Road, Loma Rica, died yesterday at his home. - Born in Sioux City, Iowa, he was a ditch tender for the Browns Valley Irrigation District. - Survivors include his wife, Iola V. Hoover of Loma Rica. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.
Appeal Democrat - 10/3/1958, p13 - Hoover - Funeral services for George Hoover, 76-year-old Loma Rica man, will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. Rev. John Moy of the Loma Rica Community Church will officiate. - Hoover, a retired farmer and native of Indiana, had been a resident of the Loma Rica community for the past 36 years. Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.
HOOVER, JANE ELLEN
Appeal Democrat - 2/3/1964, p13 - Jane Ellen Hoover, native of Iowa, died early yesterday morning, in a Marysville hospital. She had lived in the Loma Rica area for the past 42 years. - She is survived by a son, David Hoover. - Graveside services will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Sierra View Memorial Park. Rev. John R. Moy, pastor of the Loma Rica Community Church, will officiate. Interment will be at Sierra View Memorial Park. - Services are under the direction of Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.
North San Juan Daily Times 3/13/1875, Pg. 2 DIED - At Oregon Hill, Yuba county, Cal., March 6, 1875, Edward Hopkins, aged 39 years. (B. S.)
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Appeal Democrat - 9/11/1933, p4 - Infant Daughter of Sutter Family Dies - Death Monday removed Geraldine Lorraine, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hopper of Yuba City. The baby was a native of Marysville, being born here on September 20, 1932. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Jones funeral home and will be announced later.
San Francisco Call - 5/13/1907 - Died: Horan - In this city, May 10, 1907, Joseph, dearly beloved son of Ellen and the late Michael Horan, and loving brother of James E., Nellie, Annie, and Katie Horan, a native of Smartsville, Cal., aged 27 years, 2 months and 6 days.
Daily Democrat - Mon 5/24/1897, p4 - In Sacramento, May 20, 1897, Bridget, wife of Frederick Horlacher (mother of J. H. Higgins and sister of Mrs. Peter Humerich), a native of County Kildare, Ireland, aged 61 years. - Funeral took place from Sacramento Cathedral Sunday at 2 p.m.
HOSMER, JAMES L.
Alta California 11/17/1865 DIED In Marysville, Nov. 12th, James L. Hosmer, aged 23 years and 7 months. (B. S.)
HOUSE (Housch), THOMAS J.
Geo. Housh Dead. - The Passing of an Old Resident of Yuba County. - George P. Housh, who had been very ill with pneumonia for the past two weeks, died at 9:45 yesterday morning at his home, a mile from Browns Valley. By his death Yuba county looses one of its best known landmarks. There was no better hearted man in the entire county, and the announcement of this death will be heard with feelings of deep regret. - The deceased was born in Indiana, and was 66 years of age. He came to California with the grand old pioneers in 1850, and soon settled in Foster Bar township, and after mining for some time, engaged in the teaming business between the mountain towns and Marysville. He later purchased the hotel property, known as the Oregon House, and for nearly a quarter of a century acted well the part of the genial host, his affable manner winning for him a host of friends. - When Browns Valley commenced to boom again and its hidden golden treasures attracted capitalists from abroad, Mr. Housh moved to that district where he located his family, and with his son, J. B. Housh, purchased the Camptonville stage route; later they sold out their interest. A short time afterwards Mr. Housh embarked again in the stage business, running a daily stage between Marysville and Browns Valley. He was thus engaged when he contracted a severe cold that turned into pneumonia, to which he finally succumbed. - About thirty-four years ago the deceased married Miss Kate Evans, a daughter of James Evans who resides at the old Jefferson House, and sister of Doc Evans, a well-known resident of Gridley, Miss Belle Housh of San Francisco, Misses Rachael and May Housh of Browns Valley, Joshua Housh of Browns Valley, Joshua Bunch, Thomas and Nelson; all three sons being residents of Yuba county. - The deceased was a member of Camptonville Lodge, A. O. U. W., and of Yuba Lodge, No. 5, I. O. O. F. He carried a policy of $2000 in the Workmen, which is made payable to his widow. - Deceased was elected Constable for Browns Valley at the last election, and was also a Deputy Sheriff for the county. - There were fewer residents of Yuba county more widely known than George Housh, and all who knew him admired the many hearty traits of the old Californian. - His many friends in Marysville join those throughout the county in tendering to his widow and bereaved family their sympathy. - The funeral cortege will leave his late residence at Browns Valley tomorrow (Friday) morning at 8 oclock and proceed to the Indiana Ranch cemetery, where the I. O. O. F. burial services will be conducted by the officers and members of Brownsville Lodge, I. O. O. F. (Submitted by Rae Deane)
HOUSH, MRS. GEORGE P.
Sacramento Bee - November 23, 1905, p6 - Buried At Marysville - Marysville (Yuba Co.), November 23 - The remains of Mrs. George Housh, an old resident of this county, have arrived from Broderick, Yolo County, for interment in the Indiana Ranch Cemetery. - Mrs. Housh, who was a native of Illinois, came to California in 1852 with her father, James Evans, who is now 90 years of age, a resident of Brownsville, this county. She is a sister of Doc EVANS, the well-known stock raiser of Gridley, of Frank P. Evans, of Frenchtown, of Mrs. Richter of Gridley, of Mrs. Shattuck of Port Townsend and of Mrs. J.A. Boyles, of Chico. Four daughters Mrs. W.E. Turner of Broderick, Mrs. William Nelson, of San Francisco, Mrs. Geo. Osland, of Broderick and Mrs. Henry Clemmons of Challenge and one son, Thomas J. Housh, survive her. (R.T.)
Newspaper clipping from Alma Gladys Clemons: - Remains of Mrs. Housh Arrive - Death Believed to Have Resulted From Dropsy of the Heart. - From Thursdays Daily. - The remains of the late Mrs. George P. Housh, a pioneer resident of Yuba county, who died rather suddenly on Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Turner at Broderick, Yolo county, arrived last evening at the undertaking parlors of J. K. Kelly. - The deceased was a native of Illinois and was aged 65 years and 2 months. She was the daughter of James Evans, who resides at Brownsville, and who is over 90 years of age. - The deceased, who was Catherine Evans, came to California in 1852 and married Geo. P. Housh. One son, Thomas J. Housh, and four daughters, Mrs. W. E. Turner, of Broderick, Mrs. William Nelson of San Francisco, Mrs. George Osland of Broderick, and Mrs. Henry Clemons of Challenge, live to mourn her demise. - The Housh family are well known in the vicinity of the Oregon House, Indiana Ranch, Browns Valley and Marysville. The deceased was a sister of Doc Evans of Gridley, the well known stockman, of Frank P. Evans of Frenchtown, of Mrs. Richter of Gridley and of Mrs. Shattuck of Port Townsend, Washington, and Mrs. J. A. Broyles of Chico. The husband of the deceased conducted the Oregon House for a number of years, and then sold out to Mrs. Sarah Phelan and moved to Browns Valley. He ran a daily stage to Browns Valley for several years. - The deceased was a generous and warm-hearted woman, who had a large circle of friends and acquaintances in Yuba county, by all of whom she was loved and much respected. - Her daughter, Mrs. Turner, stated that death had resulted, she had no doubt, from dropsy of the heart. - The interment will take place in the family plot in the Indiana Ranch cemetery at 11 oclock this forenoon by the side of her husband. [Note: In the third paragraph, the name Nelson is scratched out and the name Wilson is written above it.] (Submitted by Rae Deane)
HOUSH, GEORGE B.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/17/1867, p2 - Died: At Indiana Ranch, Nov. 10th, George B., infant son of George and Catharine Housh, aged 9 months and 19 days.
Daily Democrat - Mon. 5/23/1892, p4 - Died: In Marysville Township, May 22, 1892, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Housh, aged 3 months and 17 days.
HOUSH, J. B.
Death of J.B. Housh - At Challenge Mills Yesterday Was Well Known Here. - A telegram was received in this city Friday, announcing the death of J. B. Housh, at Challenge Mills. - The deceased was a native of California, 29 years of age, and was the son of the late George P. Housh of Browns Valley. He drove the Camptonville stage for several years, and was well known in this city and county, and his many friends will regret to hear of his death. - He leaves a mother and wife and four sisters to mourn his loss. - The deceased was known as Bunch by his intimate friends. - The interment will probably take place at Indian ranch cemetery, where his father is buried. (Submitted by Rae Deane)
HOUSH, NELSON LOUIS
Died Last Evening - Nelson Louis Housh Falls a Victim to Pneumonia After Brief Illness. - Nelson Louis Housh died last evening at his sisters house on A street, between Fourth and Fifth. His death was rather sudden as he had been sick in bed with pneumonia since Monday morning only. He was a resident of Browns Valley and a son of the late George Housh, the well known stage man. He was a native of Yuba county and about 26 years of age. - He leaves a mother, four sisters and a brother to mourn his demise. (Submitted by Rae Deane)
Funeral of N. L. Housh. - The funeral of Nelson Louis Housh who died in this city of pneumonia after a brief illness, took place on Thursday at the Indian Ranch Cemetery, where Rev. M. M. Minor officiated. - There was a large attendance from his old home at Browns valley and also from other sections. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: John D. Trivetbick, Bird E. Mullin, Earnest Phelan, H. R. Rex, Paul Simmons and F. Rex. (Submitted by Rae Deane)
Daily Democrat - 10/25/1913, p1 - Dr. Lee Houston Found Dead In Rooming House - Lying face downward on the floor, the dead body of a man known locally as Dr. Lee Houston was found early Saturday morning in room No. 7 of the Ralston House on E street, between Third and Fourth, by two other lodgers in the building, which is ocnducted [sic] by J. E. Bluett and wife. Indications are that Houston had been dead for several hours when the discovery was made. His face and one of his hands were slightly bruised from the fall, but there were no indications to tell of his sudden demise. He was a man about 75 years old. The remains are now at the morgue and an autopsy will be held on the body as soon as convenient to ascertain the cause of death. - From what can be learned Houston, who is said to have lived in the district for about three years, had been drinking considerably of late and went to the Ralston house Thursday night in a drunken condition. He remained in and around the building all day Friday and was talking to fellow lodgers as late as 10 or 11 o'clock Friday night. While talking to A. J. Scoggins, before going to his room for the night, Houston seemed to divine that something would go wrong with him and made several confidential statements, to the effect that he had three married daughters living in the eastern states and that he had several hundred dollars on deposit in a bank in Sacramento. He also said his true name was something other than Houston, but this cold not be recalled today by Mr. Scoggins. - A noise was heard in his room last night, but no significance was attached to the incident until this morning. An investigation showed that the door had been locked from the inside. - Since residing in this district, Houston, who wore a gray beard that gave him somewhat of a professional appearance, has been on several ranches at farm work. As near as the authorities can learn he lived in a cabin somewhere in Sutter county. He is said to have practiced medicine in the east at one time, but was forced to give up his profession and leave his relatives on account of drink. - The daughters spoken of are said to live one at Fort Worth, Texas, and the others either in Kentucky or Missouri.
Appeal Democrat, Wednesday, September 14, 1988 - Clarence J. Howard - Graveside services are scheduled Thursday for Clarence J. Howard, 81, of Live Oak, who died Sept. 12, 1988, at his home. He was a native of Clay Center, Neb., and had been a resident of the Yuba-Sutter area 65 years. He was a retired tractor drover. He sis survived by his wife, Sarah Howard of Live Oak; three daughters, Myra Summy of West Sacramento, Joann Rider of Yuba City and Clarice Correll of Sutter; four brothers, Norman Howard, Oliver Howard and Beach Howard, all of Yuba City, and John Howard of Paradise; a sister, Roberta Gray of Yuba City; 12 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Services are scheduled Thursday at 10 a.m. at Sutter Cemetery with the Rev. Harry Vise, pastor emeritus of the Marysville First United Methodist Church, officiating. Memorials to a favorite charity have been suggested by the family. Arrangements are under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel. (A. H.)
Marysville Evening Democrat - 11/18/1916, p 5 - Death of Pioneer Yuba County Resident - Word has been received in this city of the death at the Oregon House this week of Mrs. Emma Howard, a pioneer resident of Yuba County, who died at the age of 73 years. Deceased was taken ill with pneumonia about a week ago, and this, coupled with her advanced age, caused her death in a very short time. She is survived by one daughter, Ethel Howard, and two sons, T. H. Holcomb and W. F. Holcomb. Funeral services and interment took place at the Indiana Ranch.
HOWARD, ICY GAY
Appeal-Democrat - Fri. 6/14/1974, pA-4 - Icy Gay Howard, 84, of 1207 McMullen Ave., Yuba City, died yesterday morning at Fremont Hospital. - A native of Cedarville, W. Va., Mrs. Howard lived 17 years in the Yuba-Sutter area. - Survivors include a son, Roy Howard of Auburn; five daughters, Pauline Dunning, Bettie Conner and Maxine Ladig, all of Yuba City, Juanita Brown of Snohomish, Wash., and Rena Heim of Longview, Wash.; 25 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. - Rev. Charles Elliott of the Queens Avenue Community Church will conduct services at 2 p.m. Monday in Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery.
HOWARD, JAMES H.
Marysville Daily Appeal 3/29/1887, p 2 Deaths: In this city, March 27th, James H. Howard, a native of Maryland, aged 69 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, corner of A and Twelfth streets, this (Tuesday) morning at 10 oclock.
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/25/1857 - Not Recovered - The body of Jane, a little daughter of James Howard, of Forbestown, Butte county, who was drowned at Bingham's Bar, on the 15th inst., has not been recovered. Should it be found, her father is anxious that information should be immediately given him of the fact.
Sacramento Daily Union - 6/22/1857 - Recovered - The body of the little daughter of James Howard, of Forbestown, Butte county, who was drowned in the South Fork of Feather river, on the 6th of March, was discovered on the first of June, about ten feet from the place of drowning.
Sacramento Daily Union - 1/27/1870 - Died: At Forbestown, Butte county, Jan. 15th, Thomas Howard, a native of Liverpool (England), aged 30 years and 5 months.
Weekly Mercury (Oroville) 1/04/1884 During Tuesday night the town of Brownsville, Yuba county, was the scene of a wife-murder, at the hotel kept by William Howell. It seems that Howell and his wife had both been drinking, and after they had retired the roomers heard them quarreling. In fact they made so much noise that it was impossible for other occupants of the hotel to sleep. Suddenly the noise ceased, and shortly afterward Howell was heard calling to the lodgers to come to his apartment. When they did so they found Mrs. Howell lying dead in bed, with her skull fractured and other bruises about her head and body. An inquest was held and the following verdict rendered by the Coroners jury: We, the undersigned, jurors, summoned to appear before H. H. Folsom, J.P., to inquire into the cause of the death of Mrs. Ann Howell, do find that, according to the best of our judgment, considering the evidence brought to us, she came to her death by injuries received at the hands of her husband, William Howell, while both were under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Signed, J. McChesney, Foreman; C. H. Sooy, A. Horton, J. McCrank, Charles Heath, Richard Wark. The funeral of Mrs. Howell took place yesterday. The preliminary examination of Howell on the charge of murder was set for to-day, but was continued until next Monday, December 31st. L. S. Belcher has been retained to defend the accused. (B. S)
Weekly Mercury (Oroville) - 1/04/1884 The Appeal has the following to say of the parties to the tragedy at Brownsville on Wednesday morning. William Howell is one of the best known residents of the mountain section of Yuba county, and is considered well-to-do. He is proprietor of a large hotel at Brownsville, which bears his name, and has done a large general merchandise business. His reputation has always been good, except that he was quarrelsome when in liquor. His wife and he were both intemperate. He is 55 years old, and a native of Wales. His wife was also elderly. (B. S.)
Weekly Mercury (Oroville) 4/11/1884 The Howell Murder Case The trial of Howell charged with the murder of his wife at Brownsville last December has been going on in Marysville all the past week. The examination of witnesses was very extended. The arguments continued one entire day. The case was given to the jury in the afternoon, and they remained locked up all night. At ten oclock on Thursday they came into court, announced that they could not agree, and were discharged. It is reported that they stood seven for conviction, and five for acquittal. (B. S.)
Appeal Democrat, Monday, October 6, 1947, Pg 3 - Leona Jean Howell Dies In Hospital - Leona Jean Howell, 63, died Saturday in a local hospital. She had been in ill health for some time. A native of Illinois, Mrs. Howell had been a resident of Sutter County for 58 years, making her home in Sutter County. She is survived by her husband, Roy Howell, and one daughter, Mrs. Thelma Grow of Sutter City; also five brothers, Joe, Herman, Frank and A. Lemenager of Sutter City, and J. Lemenager of Illinois; two sisters, Mrs. Amila Fleming of Oakland and Mrs. Virginia Da Cosse of Yuba City. One grandchild, Roy Grow, also survives. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Hutchisons Colonial chapel. Interment will be in Sutter City Cemetery. (A. H.)
Sacramento Daily Union - 2/26/1867 - Died: In Forbestown, Feb. 19th, Solomon Howell, a native of Sciota county, Ohio, aged 38 years.
San Francisco Bulletin 6/9/1884 DEATHS Howell---In Marysville, June 4, William Howell, aged 56 years. (B. S.)
HOWLAND, MARY F.
Marysville Daily Appeal 9/27/1878, p 2 Died: In this city, September 25th, Mary F. Howland, aged 44 years, sister of Benjamin F. Howland. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral which will take place from the residence of her brother, E street, between Seventh and Eighth, this afternoon at 4 oclock.
HOWSER, SARAH P.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 7/22/1889, p 2 - Died, HOWSER - In Marysville, July 20, 1889, Mrs. Sarah P. HOWSER, a native of Kentucky, aged 89 years, 4 months and 6 days.
Daily Appeal - 1/23/1900, p1 - Will of the Late George Howsley - The will of the late George Howsley was filed for probate yesterday, together with the petition of Mrs. Ruth Howsley for letters testamentary. - The estate is valued at about $22,700, and consists of real estate worth $8000; notes, secured by mortgages, aggregating $11,000; cash in a Sacramento bank amounting to $3000; and personal property valued at $700. - The will was made on July 22, 1895, and was witnessed by A. A. McRae and L. J. Cope. Its provisions are as follows: - To Thomas Howsley, a son, is bequeathed the s.w. 1/2 of sec. 3, tp.11 n., of r. 4 east, M.D.M.; also the sum of $1000. - To George Samuel Howsley, another son, is given the n.w. 1/4 of sec. 3, tp. 11 n. of r. 4 east, M.D.M.; also the sum of $1000. - To his wife, Mrs. Ruth Howsley, the sum of $6000 is bequeathed; to his step-daughter, Mrs. Mary Margaret Algeo, the sum of $3000; to his daughter, Mrs. Mary Baker, $2700; to his daughters, Mrs. Sophia Darrach and Anna May Howsley, the sum of $3000 each. - The residue is to be shared by the heirs in proportion to the respective amounts received in bequests. - The matter was set for hearing Saturday February 10th.
HOYT, SARAH L.
Daily Alta California - 2/13/1853 - Died: At Forbestown, Jan. 26th., Mrs. Sarah L. Hoyt, wife of Mr. B. F. Hoyt, formerly of Sturbridge, Mass aged 33 years and 17 days, of consumption.
Appeal Democrat - 9/18/1948, p5 - Mary Hudiberg Dies - Mrs. Mary Hudiberg, formerly Mary Laverty of Browns Valley, died Tuesday in Oakland. Interment will be in Browns Valley cemetery. Among the survivors are a half-sister, Myrtle Laverty of Hammonton, and a cousin, Gray Williams of Hammonton.
HUDSON, FANNIE M.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/23/1886, p2 - Deaths: In this city, November 22d, Fannie M., only child of F. D. and the late Margaret McPheeters Hudson, aged 7 years, 9 months and 27 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the parent's residence on D street, between Fourth and Fifth, to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.
HUDSON, HARRY BELCHER
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/26/1869, p2 - Died: In this city, January 25th, Harry Belcher, son of W. K. and Annie M. Hudson, aged 5 months and 16 days. - The funeral will take place at the residence of the parents, No. 125 D street, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
HUDSON, MARGARET R.
Weekly Appeal 8/22/1880 DIED In this city, August 20th, Margaret R., wife of F. D. Hudson, aged 23 years, 1 month and 29 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the Episcopal Church, corner of E and Fifth streets, this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
HUFFAKER, ISAAC WATTS
Marysville Appeal - 7/6/1889, p2 - Deaths: At Kempton's Crossing, Sutter county, near Wheatland, July 4th, Isaac Watts Huffaker, a native of Kentucky, aged 64 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the M. E. church, Wheatland, to-morrow (Sunday) morning at 11 o'clock.
Marysville Appeal - 7/9/1889, p3 - Funeral of I. W. Huffaker - On last Sunday morning the funeral of the late Isaac W. Huffaker occurred at Wheatland, under the auspices of Nicolaus Lodge, No. 129, F. and A.M. A number of the friends of the deceased were present from this city, while the country around Wheatland was represented by a concourse of several hundred. At the hall and grave the Masonic rites were observed. At the M. E. church (South), Rev. G. M. Winton conducted the services. L. J. Bennet, D. A. Hopkins, C. P. Berry, G. H. Thomas, Dan Fraser and Frank Kershner were the pall-bearers.
HUGHES, AMOS RAY
Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/23/1966, p6 - Obituaries: Funeral services are pending for Amos Ray Hughes, 42, of Yuba City, who died Saturday at an Auburn hospital following a long illness. - A native of Clayton, Okla., he had been a Yuba-Sutter area resident for 30 years and before his illness had made his home at 1492 Franklin Road, Yuba City. He was a veteran of World War II. - He is survived by his mother, Margaret Hughes of Yuba City; seven brothers, Raymond of Lamar, Okla., William of Andrew, Tex., Archie of Sacramento, Charles of San Pablo and Homer, Ray and Thurman of Yuba City; and by three sisters, Grace Welch of Strathmore, Ruby Turner of Bakersfield and Delelah Moody of Olivehurst. - Services are pending at the Chapel of the Twin Cities in Yuba City.
Appeal Democrat - Wed 8/24/1966, p30 - Obituaries: Funeral services for Amos Ray Hughes, 42, of Yuba City who died Saturday at an Auburn hospital, will be conducted Friday at 10 a.m. in the Chapel of the Twin Cities. James W. Nickens, minister of the Yuba City Church of Christ, will officiate. Burial will be at Sierra View Memorial Park.
Marysville Appeal - 9/11/1888, p2 - Deaths: In Marysville, September 9th, Georgie, eldest son of Charles and Addie Hughes, aged 2 years and 10 months. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the parents' residence, corner Third and B streets, this (Tuesday) morning at 10 o'clock.
HUGHES, J. P.
Sacramento Daily Union - 9/22/1856 - Death From an Accident - A few days since, J. P. Hughes, one of the proprietors of a saw-mill at Forbestown, Butte County, died of wounds received two weeks before, in the mill. His arm was then so much mangled as to render amputation unnecessary.
HUGHES, WILLIAM DANIEL
Daily Democrat - 6/19/1905, p8 - W. D. Hughes Died Sunday Morning - Was a Veteran of the Civil War and Charter Member of Court Pride - William Daniel Hughes, a native of Rochester, New York, aged 60 years, died at the County Hospital Sunday morning, the cause of death being an abscess on his leg. He was admitted to the institution last April. - Deceased was a carpenter and was well known here, this being his home for many years. He was a widower and the only relative known of here is a brother residing at De Graff, Min. - He was a veteran of the Civil War and a member of Corinth Post, G.A.R., of this city. He was also a charter member of Court Pride of Marysville F. of A. - The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from Forester Hall under auspices of the above organizations. In the meantime the body lies in state at the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan.
Sacramento Bee 19 Jun 1905 CIVIL WAR VETERAN DEAD Marysville 19 Jun. - William D. HUGHES, a well-known veteran of the Civil War, died in the hospital here Sunday from an abscess in the leg, which had troubled him all these years, the result of a bayonet cut received in one of the wars engagements. He was a native of Rochester, New York and 60 years of age. The funeral will be held Wednesday under the auspices of the local Court of Foresters of America, of which he was a Charter member, and Corinth Post G.A.R. A brother Peter HUGHES of DeGraff, Minn. is the only known surviving relative. (R.T.)
Marysville Appeal - 6/20/1905, p1 - William Hughes Answers Summons - William Daniel Hughes died on Sunday morning in the county hospital. - The deceased was a native of Rochester, New York, and was 60 years of age. He was a resident of California for over 40 years. He was a charter member of Court Pride of Marysville, No. 34, Foresters of America, and was a member of Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R. The deceased was a carpenter by trade, and up to the time he was taken sick had been employed by Wesley J. Walton at his home in Sutter county. - He had a large number of friends in Marysville and was an honest and industrious man. - The remains were taken to the undertaking parlors of R.E. Bevan. - The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Foresters' Hall, under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville. The interment will take place in the city cemetery. - PAGE 4 - Died: Hughes - In this city, June 18, 1905, William Daniel Hughes, a natice [sic] of Rochester, New York, aged 60 years. - The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon from the Foresters' Hall, under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville. - Interment city cemetery.
Daily Democrat - 6/21/1905, p1 - Funeral of W. D. Hughes Held Today - The funeral of the late William Daniel Hughes was held this afternoon under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville, F. of A., of which he was a charter member. R. E. Bevan was funeral director. The service of the Foresters was read by Chief Ranger G. M. Rose, while Mrs. George H. Baird sang several selections appropriate to the solemn occasion, her daughter, iMss [sic] Ethel, being the accompanist. - Con Slattery was the Marshal and the Marysville Band played the dirge. The pall bearers were William McCune, D. A. Mount, Thomas Syverson, George Wamble, Charles Peterson and James Bradley.
Daily Appeal - 6/22/1905, p1 - Tenderly Laid In The Grave - William Daniel Hughes, an old Grand Army man, was laid at rest yesterday afternoon in the city cemetery. - The services were held at 2 o'clock in the Foresters' Hall under the auspices of Court Pride of Marysville, No. 34, F. of A. The services were read by George M. Rose, the Chief Ranger. - Mrs. Geo. H. Baird rendered some appropriate selections, her daughter, Miss Ethel Baird, bein [sic] the accompanist. - The Marysville Brass Band played the funeral dirge to the city cemetery, and Con Slattery acted as Marshal for the Foresters. - The following members of the court acted as pall bearers: William McCune, D. A. Mount, Tonnes A. Syvertsen, George Wamble, Charles Peterson and James W. Bradley.
HULING, GEORGE W.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 5/23/1894, p1 - George W. Huling, a son of Charles Huling, a well known teamster of Nevada county, died at the residence of his grandmother, Mrs. Adkins, near Cabbage Patch to-day. He was a Californian and 21 years of age. The funeral will take place on Friday at 10 a.m., interment Smartsville cemetery. - - same page: The Tomb: At Adkin's ranch, near Cabbage Patch, May 23, 1894, George W. Huling, a native of California, aged 21 years and 6 months. - Funeral will take place from the Adkin's residence on next Friday at 10 a.m. Interment Smartsville cemetery.
HULL, DWIGHT L.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Tues 7/5/1921, p1 - Six Deaths Occur in the Past Two Days - Dwight L. Hull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norton Hull of Terra Buena, Sutter county, died at the Rideout hospital Sunday. Death resulted from an operation for appendicitis performed several days ago. The boy's condition was bad when the operation was performed and little hopes were held out for his recovery from the state. He was 18 years of age and was a native of Sutter county. Besides his parents he is survived by four brothers, Clarence, Delbert, Clem, Alfred Hull and one sister, Winnifred Hull. - The funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Bevan Funeral Home and interment made in the Sutter City cemetery. - The following young men, classmates of the Marysville high school, of which institution the young Hull was an attendant, were the casket bearers: O. L. Harris, Clarence Leuth, Roland Wilkie, Willie George, Hardey Tharp and Arthur Tharp. Rev. Charles Brown, Methodist clergyman of Terra Buena officiated at the home and interment.
The Red Bluff Daily News, November 1, 1946 - DAVID HUMPHREY OF FLOURNOY DIES; 10 CHILDREN SURVIVE - David Humphrey, a retired rancher of the Flournoy section for the past ten years passed away at his home early today he was 75. - Humphrey was born in Camptonville, Yuba County, Feb. 7, 1871. - He is survived by five sons and five daughters; Mrs. Ethel Uhl and Florence Whitlock, both of Flournoy; Mrs. Mary Ellen Griffith, Red Bluff; Mrs. Nellie Zumwalt, Yuba City; Mrs. Mary Hood, Oroville; Jack, Bill and Fred Humphrey, Flournoy; Esmond Humphrey, Greenville, and Esmond Humphrey, Loyalton. - Funeral services are pending at Hoyt's Corning Mortuary. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
Appeal Democrat Monday 02-18-1952 pg 12 col 3 - Humphrey- Warren J Humphrey, a native of Sutter County died Sunday afternoon in Gridley-Biggs hospital. He had been in ill health for some time. He had made his home in Live Oak for a number of years. Survivors include a son and a daughter in the San Francisco Bay area and a sister Ada Forderhase of Gridley. Funeral arrangements are pending at Ullrey Memorial chapel in Yuba City. (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
Marysville Daily Appeal, March 3, 1887 - CAMPTONVILLE - Yesterday Mr. Humphrey's body was laid in our little cemetery. Rev. Mr. Eisher, assisted by the Odd Fellows, conducted the funeral. The deceased was an old resident of this place, but has resided about five miles from here for the past few years. He leaves a wife and three children. (Transcribed and submitted by Sharon (Deal) Suckow.)
HUNDLEY, PATRICK OGILBY
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 3/15/1899, p1 - A Pioneer Jurist Dead - Judge P. O. Hundley Pays Nature's Debt at Oroville - Judge Patrick Ogilby Hundley, a brother-in-law of Mrs. F. W. H. Aaron of this city, died at his home in Oroville at 6 o'clock yesterday morning. The deceased had been an invalid for several years as the result of a stoke of paralysis. - Judge Hundley was born in the Old Dominion on April 13, 1822, graduated from the University of Louisville in 1848, and the same year was admitted to practice law. A spirit of adventure and ambition caused him to join with others in a trip to the El Dorado of the West, and starting out in company with his comrades he reached Sacramento in October, 1849. After mining in Nevada, Plumas and Butte counties with varying success, he returned to Plumas county and practiced law at Quincy until 1863, when he changed his location to Virginia City, where he followed his profession until July, 1869, when he removed to Oroville, where he resided up to the time of his death. - In 1873, upon the death of Judge Sexton, he was appointed District Judge, with jurisdiction in Tehama and Butte counties, and when the New Constitution was adopted he was elected Superior Judge of Butte county which office he held for five years. In the fall of 1888 he was elected to succeed Judge L. D. Freer and held office for one term. He represented Butte county in the Legislature in 1859. - Deceased was a Royal Arch Mason and has served as Grand High Priest of his lodge. He was also a prominent Good Templar. Judge Hundley was married twice, his first wife being the daughter of General H. P. [blurred] of Buffalo, New York. - The funeral will take place to-morrow (Thursday).
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/10/1894, p4 - Chinaman Dropped Dead - Discovery of a Quantity of Arms in His Room - Ung Hung, a Chinese gardener, dropped dead in his room on First street, next to the Athletic Club rooms, last evening at about 7 o'clock. He has been sick for some time but was able to be around. He was sitting on his bed at the hour above mentioned when he was seen to fall back and when another Celestial came to his assistance he was found to be dead. - Coroner Bevan was at once notified and took charge of the body. He was told that the dead Chinaman had a watch, so he commenced to look for it. - Under his pillow he found a small armory, consisting of two six shooters, six knives and daggers, three bludgeons and two hatchets. These were all taken to charge by the Coroner who thinks that the Chinaman must have been a bad man judging by the amount of artillery he had on hand for his own preservation. - As has lived in this city for over thirty years and never been arrested for a crime, he probably was a "heap good" Chinaman, who belonged to a fighting tribe. - An inquest will be held this day.
HUNT, CHRISTOPHER P.
Daily Appeal 8/02/1878, Pg. 3 Death of a Pioneer Christopher P. Hunt died at French Corral Wednesday, July 31st, of consumption. The deceased was one of our pioneer citizens, and at different times was proprietor of the What Cheer House, on Second street, and the Spring House, on Third street. The deceased was a whole souled man and liberal to a fault. The deceased was a member of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I. O. O. F. The body will arrive this morning from French Corral, and the funeral will take place this afternoon under the auspices of the Odd Fellows. (B. S.)
Evening Democrat 01/21/1907 INVESTIGATION OF NEGRESS DEATH Expired Suddenly But Suspicion of Foul Play Has Been Removed Louisa Maria Hunter a colored laundress who has resided near the California Brewery at Ninth and B streets, died Sunday morning very suddenly. - There was a white man present and when the woman became violently sick he hurried to a telephone and called Dr. N. C. Bissell, who promptly responded, but the woman was dead before the doctor arrived. - The man who summoned the doctor said he had taken some oranges to the woman and that while they were talking she fell and began gasping. - To clear the matter up Coroner J. K. Kelly, who took charge of the body, employed Dr. Bissell to perform an autopsy, which was done, and it was found that the womans heart had failed, fatty degeneration being the cause. - The woman was a native of Massachusetts and was 52 years of age.
Daily Appeal - 1/22/1907, p8 - Died: Hunter - In this city, January 20, 1907, Louisa M. Hunter, a native of Massachusetts, aged 52 years. - The funeral will take place from the late residence, 832 B street, at 10 o'clock this morning. Interment City Cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 1/22/1907, p8 - Sudden Death of Mrs. Hunter - Mrs. Louisa M. Hunter, a native of Massachusetts, and 52 years of age, died suddenly Sunday morning at her home, 832 B street, of heart disease. - She leaves one son and one daughter to mourn her loss. It was rumored that there was a man in the house when her sudden death took place and Coroner Kelly who had taken charge of the remains decided to have an autopsy and inquest. Dr. Bissel, who performed the autopsy, found that death resulted from heart trouble. - The deceased was a well known colored woman who lived near the brewery and who earned a livelihood taking in washing. - The inquest will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Daily Appeal - 1/23/1907, p8 - Funeral of Mrs. Louisa M. Hunter - The funeral of Mrs. Louisa M. Hunter was held yesterday morning from her late home, 832 B street. - Rev. Fred Sheldon, pastor of the M. E. Church, officiated. - The following friends acted as pallbearers: John Coleman Sr., M. Churchill, L. Pogue, Nathaniel Nelson, Henry Brow and J. Sutton. - The interment took place in the City Cemetery.
Marysville Appeal 7/25/1911, Pg. 1 PATRIOT LAID TO FINAL REST Impressive funeral services were held at the family home in Browns Valley for Sullivan Hunter, the pioneer who died Saturday evening. The services were attended by a host of friends and relatives who had been intimate with Mr. Hunter during his long residence in Northern California. In addition to those there was a sprinkling of G. A. R. veterans, Mr. Hunter being one of the sturdy and untiring soldiers who fought in the conflict of 61. The floral tributes were many and beautiful. The casket was fairly buried in a fragrant mass of flowers of all descriptions, and there were several immense set pieces. During his eulogy of Mr. Hunter, Rev. Will Stuart Wilson, paid an eloquent, sincere and conscientious tribute to the worthy accomplishments of the deceased. His services in the war, his zeal and steadfastness in patriotic undertakings, which were so characteristic of him, was enlarged upon by Mr. Wilson during his address. It was a large cortege which formed the procession to the Browns Valley cemetery, where burial was made. (B. S.)
HUNTINGTON, DOROTHY DEAN
Appeal Democrat Tuesday, March 21, 1961 Pg 5 - Sutter Native Life Resident Is Dead at 64 - Dorothy Dean Huntington, 64, of Sutter died in Fremont Hospital last night following a long illness. Mrs Huntington was born in Sutter County and had lived here all her life. She was a member of the Yuba City Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War and of the Women's Improvement Club of Sutter. She is survived by her husband, Warren L. Huntington of Sutter; a daughter, Miriam Fay Coon of Durham; her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Dean of Yuba City; two brothers, Ralph Dean of Yuba City and Edward Dean of San Francisco; two sisters, Edwina Park of Los Angeles and Shirley Schnabel of Yuba City. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 10 am at the Ullrey Memorial Chapel with Rev. George Green, pastor of the Sutter Community Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow at Sutter Cemetery. (A. H.)
HURLBERT, EMMA LAURAAppeal-Democrat 08/22/1957, p. 4 OBITUARIES EMMA L. HULBERT [sic] HULBERT [sic]Mrs. Emma Laura Hulbert [sic], 86, a resident of this area for 50 years, died last night in a local rest home. She was a native of Illinois. She is survived by four sons; Willie Hulbert [sic] of Redding, Fred R. Hulbert [sic] of Yuba City, Harry Hulbert [sic] of Fort Seward and Herbert Hulbert [sic] of Marysville; three daughters, Mrs. Helen Mann of Graton; Mrs. Viola Henry of Seattle, and Mrs. Charlotte Dain [sic] of Campbell. Mrs. Hulbert [sic] was a member of the Marysville First Presbyterian Church and a member of the Philathea Club of Marysville. Services will take place Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of the Twin Cities, and interment will be at Oakdale Cemetery Red Bluff.
HURLBERT, FRED R.Appeal-Democrat 12/10/1967, p. 4 FRED R. HURLBERT HURLBERTFred R. Hurlbert, 71, a 60-year resident of Sutter County, died Friday night in Fremont Hospital. Hurlbert, a native of California, was a veteran of World War I and belong to Enterprise Lodge No. 70, E&AM [sic] of California; Washington Chapter No. 13, Royal Arch Masons; Marysville Council No. 3, Royal and Select Masters; Marysville Commandery No. 7 of the Knights Templar; Ben Ali Temple of the Shrine of Sacramento; Sacramento Consistory, Valley of Sacramento, Orient of California; Ben Ali Central Sacramento Valley Shrine Club; Fidelia Chapter No. 56, Order of Eastern Star; Faith Shrine No. 62, Order of White Shrine of Jerusalem; Yuba-Sutter Post No. 42, American Legion and General Sutter Post 928, VFW of Yuba City. Hurlbert is survived by his wife, Nan; three daughters, Mrs. Glen Thoma of Yuba City, Mrs. Arthur Griese of Live Oak and Mrs. Fred A. Crowther of Washington, D.C.; a son, Robert, of Yuba City; three sisters, Mrs. Viola Henry of Bothell, Wash., Mrs. Charolette Bain of Cottonwood and Mrs. Helen Mann of Santa Rosa; two brothers, Herbert Hurlbert of Marysville and William Hurlbert of Redding, and six grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Jarvis Funeral Home in Yuba City with Rev. Edgar Nelson of the First Methodist Church of Yuba City and officers of the Masonic Lodge No. 70 officiating. Interment will be in the Sutter cemetery.
HURLBERT, HERBERTAppeal-Democrat 04/27/1979 Herbert Hurlbert Graveside services are scheduled Monday in Sutter for Herbert Hurlbert, 72, who died Wednesday at Rideout Hospital. Hurlbert was the operator of the card room at the Marysville Hotel and was the owner of The Nugget on D Street before it was torn down as part of the citys redevelopment effort. He was a native of Red Bluff and had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area since childhood. He made his home at 1311 H. St., Marysville. He was a member of the Marysville Elks Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Siri of Marysville; and a sister, Charlotte Bain of Cottonwood. graveside services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday at the Sutter Cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by Ullrey Memorial Chapel.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 10/28/1893, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. Husson - Requiem High Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. Henrietta Husson was celebrated in St. Joseph's cathedral yesterday morning by Father Coleman. Some beautiful floral offerings of French design were laid on the casket. - At the conclusion of the services in the church the cortege moved to the Catholic cemetery, where the last prayer was said by Father O'Meara, and then the interment was made. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: S. H. Bradley, D. P. Donahoe, J. U. Hofstetter, Louis Sieber, Frank J. Tomb and A. W. Lewis.
HUTCHINS, CLAUDE E.
Marysville Daily Appeal -10/23/1913, p8 - Local Resident Passes Away - Claude E. Hutchins Victim of Sudden Attack of Pneumonia - Claude E. Hutchins, a well known resident of this city and for a long time employed as a driver for the Marysville ice and cold storage company, died yesterday at his home on Chestnut street. Death resulted from an attack of pneumonia with which the deceased suffered but a short time. - He was forty-four years old and a native of Wisconsin. He was a member of the local Fraternal Brotherhood lodge. The following relatives survive him: A widow; a daughter, Blanche; a father, Leslie T. Hutchins, two sisters, Mrs. Mary Meredith of Richmond, and Mrs. J. D. Galpin of Chico, and the following step-children: Mrs. Lizzie Parades, Miss Cora Everett and Frank, William, Joe and Leonard Everett. The funeral arrangements, which are under he direction of Kelly brothers, have not been completed. - The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 from the family home on Chestnut street. Kelly brothers will have charge of the arrangements.
HUTCHINSON, ERNEST E.
Appeal Democrat - 7/3/1948, p4 - Ernest Hutchinson Expires at Cordua - Ernest E. Hutchinson, Cordua district farmer and member of a pioneer Yuba county family, died today in his home. He was 69 years old. - Hutchinson had been in failing health for the past year. - He was born in the Erle district, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Perkins L. Hutchinson who had established their farm on what is now part of the Camp Beale reservation. For many years Hutchinson had farmed in the Cordua district. - He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Louise Hutchinson; two daughters, Mrs. Conrad Ruff and Mrs. George A. Bird, Jr., of Marysville; a son, Jack E. Hutchinson of Cordua; a sister, Mrs. C. M. Alexander of Linda and a brother, Ray Hutchinson of Linda. - Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan.
Appeal Democrat - 7/5/1948, p2 - Funeral Arranged - Funeral services for Ernest Hutchison [sic], who died Saturday, will be held at 2 p.m. in Lipp & Sullivan chapel. Cremation will follow in Sierra View Memorial park.
HUTCHINSON, HARLEY P.
Appeal Democrat - 4/22/1993, pA9 - Harley P. Hutchison [sic] - Funeral services are scheduled at 11 a.m. Monday at Lassila's Lincoln Funeral Home for Harley P. Hutchinson, 87, of Lincoln, who died April 20, 1993, at Roseville Community Hospital. - A native of Wheatland, he lived in the Yuba-Sutter area his entire life. He was a rancher. - He was a member of the Tahoe Cattlemen's Association and Placer County Farm Bureau. - He is survived by a son, Harley Hutchinson, Jr. of Lincoln; a daughter, Faye Neibur of Sacramento; a brother, Forrest "Dutch" Hutchinson of Lincoln; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. - Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. at Lassila's Lincoln Funeral Home. - Burial will be in Manzanita Cemetery. - Memorials to a fund in his memory may be left with the staff of Lassila's Lincoln Funeral Home.
HUTCHINSON, HELEN CONLEY
Appeal Democrat - 2/5/1942 - Former Yuban Dies In Bakersfield - Mrs. Helen Hutchinson, formerly of Linda district, died at her home in Bakersfield Wednesday. She was 37 years of age and a native of Yuba county, having moved to Bakersfield about three years ago. She was a daughter of the late William Conley and Jane Cobley Walker, pioneers of the district. - Mrs. Hutchinson is survived by her husband, Frank Hutchinson, a son, Frank junior, and a daughter, Mary Jane. She was a sister of William Conley of Marysville, Leland J. Conley of Oroville, Stephen D. Conley of Chester, Miss Julia Conley of Sacramento, Mrs. Catherine Schmidt of Reno, Nev., and Mrs. Mamie Bird of Hammonton.
HUTCHINSON, JACK EARL
Appeal Democrat - 8/4/1984, pA6 - Jack E. Hutchinson - Lifelong Marysville resident Jack Earl Hutchinson, 69, died Friday a[t] Fremont Hospital. - Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel with Rev. Don Fox of the Hallwood Church of the Nazarene officiating. Burial will be at Laughton [Lofton] Cemetery near Beale Air Force Base. - He was a retired farmer. He was a U. S. Army veteran of World War II and was a member of American Legion Post No. 507 of Marysville. - He is survived by his wife, Helen, E. Hutchinson of Marysville, two sons, Joel Muma of Seaside and Greg Muma of Prundale; two daughters, Lynn Kirchubel of Marysville and Maureen Longwell of Salinas; two sisters, Ernestine Ruff and Wilma Bird, both of Marysville, and four grandchildren. - Visitations will be Monday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. - Contributions to the Yuba-Sutter chapter of the American Cancer Society, P. O. Box 125, Marysville, have been suggested by the family.
HUTCHINSON, MARTHA LOUISE KUSTER
Appeal Democrat - 12/17/1955, p14 - Martha L. Hutchinson - Following a long illness, Mrs. Martha Louise Hutchinson died today in her Griffith Ave. home. She was 68 years of age, and was a native of Yuba County. - Funeral services have been arranged for Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, Marysville, with cremation in Sierra View Memorial park. - She is survived by the following children: Jack Hutchinson, Mrs. Conrad Ruff and Mrs. George Bird Jr., all of Marysville. Three brothers also survive, including P. L. Kuster of Gridley, Sam Kuster of Auburn and Dan Kuster of Washington.
HUTCHINSON, MARY M.
Democrat - 10/6/1919, p3 - Death of Mother - Alfred Hutchinson of this city has received the sad news of the death of his mother Mrs. Mary M. Hutchinson, 73, and mother of ten children which occurred in Berkeley at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Martin.
HUTCHINSON, PERKINS LAFAYETTE
Democrat - 3/14/1919, p1 - P. L. Hutchinson Called By The Grim Reaper - P. L. Hutchinson, wealthy pioneer of Yuba City [County], died today at his home in the Erle district. He was 86 years of age and a native of Virginia. Coming to California in the early fifties he crossed the plains by ox-team. After working for some time prospecting he soon took up farming and during his residence here has acquired a vast amount of farm lands in Yuba county. - The news of his death will come as a complete shock to the community as he was well known throughout the entire county where he had many friends. - He is survived by the following children, Mrs. Bell Morrison, Mrs. Susie Alexander, Ralph, Fred, Ernest, Ray and Oscar Hutchinson, all of Yuba county. He was a member of Nicolaus Lodge of Masons at Wheatland. The remains are in charge of R. E. Bevan & Son and funeral arrangements will be announced later.
Democrat - Sat. 3/15/1919, p4 - Hutchinson Funeral Monday - The funeral of P. L. Hutchinson, who died yesterday, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from his late home in the Erle district. Friends and acquaintances are invited to be present. Interment will be made in the Lofton cemetery. - Rev. Mark Rifenbark will officiate at the home and the interment service will be conducted by the members of Nicolaus Lodge Free and Accepted Masons of Wheatland.
Appeal - 3/15/1919, p4 - Hutchinson, a Pioneer, Dies in Erle District - Perkins Lafayette Hutchinson, well known Yuba County pioneer, died at the family home in the Erle District yesterday. He was a native of Virginia, and 87 years of age. - Mr. Hutchinson located at the present home site in October of 1853, and up until that time was engaged in farming on his vast acreage. Previous to that he crossed the plains and located in Downieville. - The following sons and daughters survive him: Mrs. Hugh Morrison, Fre[d] L. Hutchinson, Ralph Hutchinson, Ernest E. Hutchinson, Ray E. Hutchinson, and Oscar R. Hutchinson, and Mrs. Clarence Alexander, all of California. - Mr. Hutchinson was a member of Nicolaus Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, at Wheatland. - Funeral services will be held at the family home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock; interment will be in the family plot in the Lofton cemetery, under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.
HUTCHINSON, RALPH PERKINS
Appeal Democrat - 2/18/1936, p1 - Erle District Farmer Called - Ralph Hutchinson, prominent and progressive farmer of the Erle district of Yuba county for years, died in the Rideout hospital at noon Tuesday. He was brought to the hospital from his ranch earlier in the day. He was a native of the ranch on which he had lived all his life, having been born there June 3, 1877, a son of Perkins L. Hutchinson, one of the early pioneers of Nevada and Yuba counties. - Hutchinson had been sick for some time, but his condition took a sudden turn and he was hurried to the hospital in the Lipp & Sullivan ambulance Tuesday morning. Efforts to restore him or to prolong life were unavailing. - He is survived by his wife, Margaret, and their four children. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge at Wheatland.
Appeal Democrat - 2/19/1936, p3 - Rites Thursday For Hutchinson - Funeral services for the late Ralph Perkins Hutchinson, one of the most prominent farmers of Yuba county, whose death occurred Tuesday, will be held in the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan in Marysville Thursday at 2 p.m. The body will be taken to Wheatland for interment. Rev. Bernard Davis will officiate. - Hutchinson had lived his entire life on the ranch in the Erle district where he was born and he was respected and acclaimed as friend of all who knew him. - Surviving relatives are his wife, Margaret E. Hutchinson, a daughter, Mrs. T. L. Williams of Stockton; three sons, Harley, Forsythe and Kenneth, of Marysville; three brothers, Ernest, Ray and Oscar Hutchinson, and a sister, Mrs. Clarence Alexander, all of Marysville. He also leaves three grandchildren.
Appeal - 2/21/1899, p4 - Died: At Erle, East Bear River Township, February 19th, Susie, the beloved wife of P. L. Hutchinson, a native of Ohio, aged 49 years, 1 month and 5 days. - The funeral will take place from her late residence this morning at 11 o'clock. Interment Lofton cemetery.
Appeal - 2/21/1899 - Death of Mrs. Hutchinson - Susie, the beloved wife of P. L. Hutchinson, died on Sunday at the family residence near Earl [Erle]. - The deceased was a native of Ohio and 49 years of age, and was much respected by her neighbors and many friends. She leaves a husband to whom she was fondly attached, five sons and [unreadable] daughters to mourn her loss. - The funeral will take place at 11 o'clock this morning from her late residence. Interment Lofton cemetery.
Democrat - 2/21/1899, p5 - Funeral of Mrs. Hutchinson: Last Sad Rites Performed at the Grave in Lofton Cemetery - The funeral of the late Mrs. P. L. Hutchinson took place from the family residence near Erle at 11 a.m. to-day, at which hour Rev. J. T. Vineyard conducted the services in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends and neighbors, some of whom came many miles to pay the last marks of respect to the departed. The bier was covered with pretty floral pieces, tributes of those who loved and respected Mrs. Hutchinson for her many Christian attributes. The cortege that followed the hearse to Lofton cemetery was one of the best attended ever seen in that section. The pall-bearers were C. K. Dam, J. T. Baun, D. N. Jones, W. A. Creps, C. F. Boardman, and John Stineman.
HYDE, A. O.
Sacramento Daily Union - 12/15/1857 - Death of A. O. Hyde - A. O. Hyde, Treasurer elect of Yuba county, died of fever at Yankee Hill, Dec. 12th. His home was at Timbuctoo.
HYDE, HENRY FERDINAND
Marysville Appeal - 2/12/1904, p2 - Funeral Services Tomorrow - Remains of the Late H. F. Hyde to Be Interred at San Jose - The remains of the late Henry Ferdinand Hyde have been removed to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sam Harrington, 122 Fifth street. - The services of this old pioneer citizen will be held at the Odd Fellows' Hall tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock under the auspices of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F. - The remains will be shipped to San Jose on Sunday for interment. They will be accompanied by his wife, son Harry and daughter, Mrs. Jennie Ebeling, who has been up from San Jose attending her father.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/13/1904, p1 - Funeral Services Today - The funeral services for the late Henry Ferdinand Hyde will take place at the Odd Fellows' Hall at 2 o'clock this afternoon under the auspices of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F. The services will be read by Charles J. Becker, noble grand, and E. E. Smith, the chaplain. - The remains will be shipped to San Jose tomorrow for interment.
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