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INGRAHAM, LINDA “Kay”
Appeal Democrat – June 9, 2006. Linda “Kay” Ingraham, 65, of Clipper Mills died Monday, June 5, 2006, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. A native of Oakland, she was a Mid-Valley resident for 21 years. She was a bookkeeper at Timberline Log Scaling Co. for six years, and previously worked for Hayward Ford for many years. She was a past member of the Sons of Norway. She is survived by her husband, Larry Ingraham of Clipper Mills; a daughter, Cindy Silva of Castro Valley; three sons – Jon M. Ingraham of San Jose, , Thom Landon of Arizona and Nicolai Paz of Wash.; a brother, Stephen Nelson of Grass Valley; two sisters – Dianne Nelson of Hayward and Elaine Kristine Mallison of Nev.; and five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister, Joan Kvastad. Graveside services were held at Strawberry Valley Cemetery with Rev. Wayne Vincent of Loma Rica Community Church officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan Chapel in Marysville. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
INGRAM, MARY D.
Appeal-Democrat, 02/21/1944, p. 4 – Final Rites for Mary D. Ingram – GRIDLEY, Feb. 21.—A large number attended the funeral of Mary D. Ingram at the chapel of the Block funeral home Saturday. Rev. R. A. Moon, pastor of the Christian church, officiated. The casket was banked with beautiful floral tributes. – “It was my privilege to count as my friends, H. C. Ingram and his wife whom we have come to honor today. Their hospitality, counsel and friendship meant much to me and to their many friends. “Raised in a minister’s home, it was natural that Mrs. Ingram was devout from her earliest years. But she did not stop with her early teaching from her parents. Her life was spent in a study of the Bible as the foundation of religious teaching and as literature. Through her hobby of making scrapbooks she has left to her children and grandchildren a remarkable collection of the gems of expression which she has selected for their training and enjoyment. – “Mrs. Ingram received her college diploma from the hands of her father, Rev. Judge Durham. Later she graduated from the New England conservatory of music in Boston. Her interest in music, education and family centered around the deep faith which was the motivating force in the life of the friend we mourn today.” – Mrs. W. H. Block sang “Abide With Me” and played selections from Chopin. – The casket bearers were Charles R. Burleson, J. R. Shaeffer, Charles H. Brown, J. H. White, J. J. Miller and Louis Huber. The interment in the Gridley-Biggs cemetery was private.
INVERARITY, JAMES C.
Marysville Appeal Democrat – December 15, 1975 – Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow for James Charles Inverarity, 64, of Forest View Trailer Park Clipp(er) Mills. He died Friday at his home. A native of Los Angeles, he had lived here for three years. He was a retired cocktail lounge proprietor. He was a past exhalted ruler of the Hayward Elks Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Frances, of Clipper Mills; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Mix and Mrs. James Lyon, both of Union City; a sister, Mrs. Everett Eckersley of Hayward; and three grandchildren. Officers of the Marysville Elks Lodge will officiate at services tomorrow a 11 a.m. at the lodge, 920 D St., Marysville. Burial will be in the Strawberry Valley Cemetery. Hutchison’s Colonial Chapel is in charge of arrangements. (B.S.)
Sacramento Daily Record-Union – 7/14/1882 – DIED – Marysville, July 11—Henry Ireland, 37 years. (B. S.)
Marysville Herald - 9/3/1850, p3 - Died: On Deer Creek, August 17, after a painful illness of three weeks, Mrs. Jane Ireland, wife of Thomas Ireland Jr. of Quincy, Ill., aged 32 years.
IRWIN, MARY JANE
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/30/1873, p2 - Died: Near Brown's Valley, January 18th, Mary Jane Irwin, aged 18 years, 8 months and 4 days.
ISO, TARO K.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/12/1915, p1 - Coroner's Jury - A jury composed of W. F. Corey (foreman), M. J. Morgan, Clarence Smith, J. W. Graham, James Poole and Porter Andross brought in a verdict at an inquest conducted by Coroner Kelly Monday night to the effect that the death of Taro K. Iso, a Japanese who hung himself in the city jail here recently, was due to strangulation. Iso took his own life after attempting to kill his bride of a few days. The inquest was delayed pending the outcome of the injuries sustained by the woman.
Marysville Appeal - 11/7/1918, p4 - Helen Iverson to Be Laid to Rest - Funeral services for Helen Iverson will be held from the chapel of Kelly Bros. Thursday afternoon at 1:30. Burial will take place in the Yuba City cemetery.
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