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Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/15/1907 - Death of Henry Rackelbush - Henry Rackelbush, a native of Germany, aged 79 years, died at Stockton yesterday.  He was naturalized in Sutter county July 16, 1873.  The remains on their arrival in this city will be taken in charge by Undertaker R. E. Bevan.  The funeral will take place later and the interment will be at the family plot in the City Cemetery. - The deceased was committed to the State Hospital at Stockton a short time ago and his son Jesse was sent to the same institution last September.  Another son, William L. Rackelbush, also lived at Prairie district, but his whereabouts are at present unknown.  He was reported to be heading for Oregon last October. - A daughter died in the asylum several years ago.

Daily Appeal - 1/20/1907, p1 - Funeral of Henry Rackelbush - The funeral of the late Henry Rackelbush, who died at the Stockton State Hospital, took place at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. - Rev. Fred Sheldon, pastor of the M. E. Church, officiated.  The interment took place in the City Cemetery.


Marysville Daily Appeal, 11/11/1902, p1 - Jennie Rackelbush, a former resident of the Prairie school district, died at the Napa State Hospital on Sunday. The deceased was a native of California and about 22 years of age. She was sent first to Stockton from this county, but was later sent to Napa from Butte county.

Sutter County Farmer, Friday, 11/14/1902, p3 - Jennie Rackelbush, a former resident, died at Napa last Sunday. She was 22 years of age.


Appeal Democrat - 2/10/1932, p2 - Little Boy Dies; Sick Long Time - Raymond Rackerby, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rackerby, died Monday at the family home, 626 I street, Marysville.  Death followed a long illness. - Funeral services were set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the grave side in Sierra View memorial parq [sic] under direction of Lipp & Sullivan.

Appeal Democrat - 2/11/1932, p1 - Dr. Allen Conducts Funeral for Child - Funeral services for Raymond Rackerby, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rackerby, were held Wednesday at the Lipp & Sullivan chapel, with Rev. E. L. Allen officiating.  Mrs. E. L. ALlen sang, with Miss Vivian Bloamer playing the organ accompaniment.  Burial was in Sierra View Memorial Park.


Sacramento Bee - January 18, 1905 - MARYSVILLE, January 18 – Wirt RACKERBY, son of Col. W.M. RACKERBY, was drowned this morning in Honcut Creek, the stage he was driving going off the grade in the flood and darkness just after the new bridge had been crossed. One of the horses was also drowned. No details of the accident have yet been received here, and, in fact, there will be little more to tell, as there were no passengers on the stage, which left here for La Porte, in Plumas County, at a very early hour this morning. - The grade at the point where the stage went off is quite narrow, and driving through the water before it was full daylight was a dangerous undertaking even for one well acquainted with the road. (R.T.)

Sacramento Evening Bee - January 22, 1906 - FUNERAL OF WIRT RACKERBY TO-DAY - Marysville – January 22 – The finding of the remains of Wirt T. Rackerby, the driver of the La Porte stage, who was drowned in Honcut Creek last Thursday morning, was reported to Coroner KELLY Saturday and an inquest will be held to-morrow. While the accident occurred on the Butte County side of the line, the remains were discovered on the Yuba county side, three miles from the Honcut bridge and about one hundred yards from the COOMBS residence. Young Rackerby was wearing a heavy canvas coat and a pair of rubber boots when he was thrown into the stream, which do doubt handicapped him in the terrible current. - Besides his father, col. W. M. RACKERBY, of Rackerby, are two sisters Mrs. ALBERTA and Mrs. CLARK – and two brothers – Paul and Cleve. - Deceased was a member of the Odd Fellows and the Fraternal Brotherhood. The burial took place at Rackerby to-day. (R.T.)


Appeal Democrat - Fri 1/22/1960, p12 - Dwight Elmer Raffety, 70, well-known Smartville resident and owner and operator of the Smartville Grocery Store for the past eight years, died yesterday in Auburn. - He was a native of Missouri and is survived by the following:  his wife, Pearl; five sons, William and Raymond Raffety, both of Marysville, Robert Raffety of Smartville, Dwight Raffety Jr., with the Army in Alaska, and Carl Raffety, Whittier; two daughters, Mrs. Juanita Britton and Mrs. Bonnie Shannon, Yuba City; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Cooms of Marysville, Mrs. Elva Kemp and Mrs. Mary Kamp, both of Oklahoma; three brothers, Lloyd and Everett of Oklahoma and Ed of Indio; and 14 grandchildren. - Funeral services are scheduled Monday at 2 p.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel with Rev. Lee Christopherson of Marysville First Baptist Church officiating..  Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.


Democrat - 1/9/1897, p4 - The Tomb:  In Plumas district, Yuba county, January 8th, 1896 [1897], William Smith Raine,  a native of Kentucky, aged 63 years. - Funeral and interment at Wheatland Sunday.


Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/18/1894, p1 - Death of C. F. Rainey - The Well-known Land Attorney Departs This Life After a Short Illness - After an illness extending over ten days Charles F. Rainey, the land attorney, who has resided in this city for the past seven years, breathed his last at ** o'clock this forenoon in Room 70, of the United States Hotel. - Mr. Rainey, with his wife and daughter, came to this city from Washington, D. C., in the year 1887 as a special timber and land agent commissioned by President Cleveland.  He was a man of much ability in his line and formed many friends since arriving here.  The cause of his death was kidney trouble.  - Deceased was a member of Charity Lodge, No. 7, I.O.O.F. of Lancaster, Ohio, of which place he was a native.  He was 59 years of age when the Death Angel sounded the summons. - The funeral will take place from the late residence of deceased, No. 123 1/2 D street at 2 o'clock next Thursday afternoon, the interment to take place in the city cemetery.

Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/18/1894, p4 - The Tomb - Rainey - In this city, December 18th, 1894, Charles F. Rainey, a native of Lancaster, Ohio, aged 59 years. - The funeral will take place from the late residence of deceased, No. 123 1/2 D street, next Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.  Interment City Cemetery.

Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/20/1894, p1 - Funeral of C. F. Rainey - The funeral of the late Charles F. Rainey took place from the family residence, No. 123 1/2 D street at 2 o'clock this afternoon.  Rev. C. H. Beechgood read the services at the house in the presence of relatives and a number of friends of the deceased.  He also officiated at the grave in the City cemetery where the interment took place. - The following gentlemen served as pall-bearers:  J. H. Craddock, W. G. Murphy, W. H. Carlin, J. C. Bradley, R. T. Schofield and W. H. Plymire.


Daily Appeal - 9/10/1904, p1 - A Respected Citizen - Charles Raish, Resident of Marysville for Half a Century - Charles Raish, the well known blacksmith, arrived in Marysville fifty-two years ago today from Beloit, Wis.  He came across the plains with an ox team the trip occupying five months, and he has been a resident of this city ever since. - He has worked at blacksmithing continuously from 1844 to the present time, a period of sixty years, except for the few months that were taken up in crossing the plains, and during this time he occasionally did some work while en route. - He was born in Covington, Lusern [sic] county, Pa., and on June 26th last was 76 years of age.  He has been a respected resident of Marysville ever since his arrival in pioneer days. - Mr. Raish was married in this city, his wife's maiden name being Elizabeth E. Dole.  There are three daughters and a son in the family, Mrs. W. F. Cunningham of San Leandro, Mrs. D. B. Fowler of Madera, Edna Raish, the youngest of the family, who resides at home, and Police Judge Ralph Raish, also of this city.

Daily Appeal - 2/27/1910, p1&8 - Charles Raish Is Killed By Train:  Run Down by Southern Pacific Locomotive On the Feather River Trestle - Charles Raish, a pioneer blacksmith and wagon maker of this city, was run down by a southbound Southern Pacific passenger train on the Feather river trestle yesterday afternoon about 1:40 o'clock and fatally injured.  He was removed to his home at Eighth and D streets in this city, where he died from internal injuries at 4:30 o'clock. - The deceased had spent the morning cutting the grass and cleaning up the yard about his D street home and in the afternoon decided to take a walk over to Yuba City and chose the Southern Pacific grade and trestle as the route.  He was walking along the trestle leisurely when he suddenly discovered the approaching train.  He endeavored to reach one of the small platforms on the side of the trestle as a place of safety, but he was unable and was struck in the back and hurled from the trestle to the ground below, a distance of about eight or ten feet.  The train was stopped at once by Engineer Jardine and the injured man was placed aboard and conveyed to the depot at Yuba City.  Although he complained of a severe pain in the mack [sic] it was not thought that his injuries were of a very serious nature.  He was placed in a cab and conveyed to his home in this city where he was attended by Dr. J. H. Barr.  His condition gradually developed for the worse until the end came about 4:30 o'clock. - The train was No. 21, known as the Sacramento-Oroville local, and was in charge of Conductor Charles Englerock, while Engineer Jardine was handling the throttle on the engine.  Engineer Jardine observed the man walking on the trestle and after he tooted his whistle naturally thought that he would step off on one of the platforms to a place of safety.  Mr. Raish evidently became badly frightened and confused and was unable to make any progress in his movements to reach a place of safety, for he certainly had ample time according to the statements of those who witnessed the terrible accident, to make his escape. - The deceased was a native of Scranton, Pa., and aged 81 years, 8 months and 4 days and is survived by a wife, Elizabeth G. Raish, three daughters, Mrs. William Cunningham of San Leandro, Mrs. D. B. Fowler of Madera, and Miss Edna Raish of Marysville; also one son, Attorney R. R. Raish of this city. - Mr. Raish came to this city about fifty years ago and engaged in the blacksmithing and wagon-making business and for many years conducted an establishment of that kind on Third street between C and D.  He was well known and highly respected, being an upright man in all his business dealings and one always ready to lend an aiding hand to a friend. - He was a member of Yuba Lodge, F. & A. M., and of Marysville Commandery, Knights Templar.  He was probably one of the oldest Masons in the country, having become a member of the Masonic order at Belotym, Wisconsin, in 1840. - Kelly Bros. have taken charge of the body and the funeral arrangements will be made later.  An inquest will be held Monday by Coroner Kelly.

Daily Appeal - 3/2/1910, p1&8 - Charles Raish Laid To Rest In Grave: Pioneer of Marysville Died As He Had Lived, Loved, Honored and Respected. - The tolling of the fire bell in the tower of the City Hall yesterday afternoon was the announcement of the funeral of the late Charles Raish.  The somber tones of the big bell caused a feeling of sadness to pervade the community as they thought of the good neighbor, kind friend, excellent citizen, honored pioneer who had met with such a sad and tragic death when run down and killed by a locomotive on the Feather river trestle on Saturday.  He was known to every man, woman and child in Marysville, and all who knew him respected him for his noble qualities, his goodness of heart, his loyalty to his home, and his sterling worth as a peaceable, God-fearing, law-abiding citizen. - He had lived in Marysville so long that he was an encyclopedia so far as the city's history was concerned.  In his younger days he served with the volunteer fire department and served the city in several official positions. - He was about one of the oldest members of the Masonic fraternity in the State, having joined the order at Belotym, Wisconsin, over sixty years ago. - Yuba Lodge No. 39, F. & A. M., took charge of the funeral yesterday and they were assisted by Marysville Commandery.  There was a large attendance of the brothers of the order, relatives, neighbors and friends present during the holding of the ritualistic exercises at the Masonic Temple, which was conducted by W. M. William Loehne, assisted by the officers of the lodge.  Masonic rites were also conducted by the brethren at the grave, where each deposited on the coffin a spring of acacia.  The floral offerings were many and beautiful, mute but touching evidence of the esteem in which the deceased was held by those who will soon follow him to that above from which there is no escape, the common lot of all who live. - The pallbearers were Conrad Schuler, John Peffer, John Onstott, Peter Engel, C. A. Barnes and C. F. Palm. - Charles Raish was a native of Scranton, Pa., aged 81 years, 8 months and 4 days, and is survived by a wife, Elizabeth G. Raish, three daughters, Mrs. Wm. Cunningham, of San Leandro, Mrs. D. B. Fowler, of Madera and Miss Edna Raish, of Marysville; also one son, Attorney R. R. Raish of this city. - Yesterday when the hour arrived for the funeral to take place a jury trial was in progress in the Justice Court.  Judge Morrissey, who was presiding, called a halt in the proceedings and declared a recess during the hour the funeral was in progress.  Judge Morrissey, who is an enthusiastic member of the order of N.S.G.W., is a great admirer of the pioneers of California, those who braved the dangers of the desert, and the buffets of old ocean in coming to this country in the olden, golden days.  He paid a high tribute to the deceased pioneer, who came to Marysville when it was a young village, pitched his tent where the court house now stands, and established himself in the blacksmithing business, which he followed for many years.  The judge referred to many incidents in the life of the deceased and to his good qualities, benevolence, and kindly disposition.  He spoke words of sympathy for Attorney Raish, who was his predecessor on the bench and the other members of the bereaved family. - Other members of the bar in the courtroom at the time spoke in similar strain.

Daily Appeal - 3/3/1910, p1 - Coroner's Jury In Raish Case Exonerate Engineer Jardeau: Unfortunate Man Was Walking On the Feather River Trestle When the Engine Knocked Him Off - "We, the jury, find that the deceased, Charles Raish, a native of Scranton, Pa., aged 81 years, 8 months and four days, came to his death on the 26th day of February, 1910, in Yuba county, California, from injuries received by being struck by Southern Pacific train No. 21, and we further find and believe that the engineer endeavored to stop the train and used all precautions generally used in such cases." - The above was the result of the inquest held on the body of Charles Raish, who was killed last Saturday afternoon while walking across the Southern Pacific trestle to Yuba City, by being run down by the Oroville-Sacramento local passenger train No. 21.  The inquest was called at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Coroner Kelly, and the following jury was selected:  John Peffer, Peter Engel, William McClelland, Amos Fisher, C. A. Barnes and Eugene Sneed. - Engineer's Statement - The principal witness during the progress of the inquest was Louis Jerdeau, the engineer.  He stated that it was about 1:50 o'clock when he crossed the K street levee in this city, and blew the usual station whistle for Yuba City.  While in the act of blowing the whistle he observed a man on the trestle between the bridge which crosses the Feather river and the gravel deck trestle, this side.  He stated that it is no unusual occurrence for pedestrians to be walking across trestles and naturally he thought the man would step off on one of the platforms to a place of safety as is the usual custom.  A few seconds later he blew what is termed as a station whistle and opened the valve of the whistle fully in order to warn the man of the danger approaching. - Turned Around - Engineer Jerdeau [sic] stated that the man then turned around and faced the train, turned back and started to run as if in an attempt to reach the large platform.  He ran but a short distance and then stopped.  The engineer then threw on the air and emergency brakes, but was unable to arrest the progress of the train, which was moving at a speed of about twenty miles per hour, in time to avoid an accident. - He stated that from his position or seat in the cab he is unable to see an object ten feet in front of the engine.  Therefore he did not know whether he had struck the man or if he had escaped by stepping off on one of the small platforms on which is stationed a barrel of water for fire protection.  He at once called to the fireman and asked "Did we hit him?"  The latter replied that they had and that Raish had been knocked from the trestle to the ground below, a distance of about ten feet. - Engineer Jerdeau stated that he and the fireman then stepped out of the cab and hurried down the embankment to the unfortunate man, who was in a sitting position on the sand.  He was bleeding slightly from the mouth.  He asked Raish if his side was injured and the latter replied that it was not, but complained of his neck.  They placed the injured man on the train and he was conveyed to the depot at Yuba City. - Fireman's Story - The testimony of Fireman Sherwood was comparatively the same as that of Engineer Jerdeau, with the exception that he witnessed the last stages of the accident, he being on the left side of the engine where he had a clear view of the man all the time.  He stated that Raish was struck in the side by the bumper on the left side of the engine and when he fell from the trestle he struck his head. - There were several other witnesses examined, among them being Conductor Engelrock, who was in charge of the train, but their testimony brought out practically nothing that had not been previously adduced by the other witnesses.


Daily Appeal - 5/18/1917, p4 - Prominent Resident Is Called By Death - After a lingering illness of several months, Mrs. Cordelia Smith-Raisch [sic] passed away at her home on E street in this city yesterday. - The deceased was the wife of Attorney and Former Police Judge Ralph R. Raish, who survives her.  She is also survived by a brother, Elbert Smith; one sister, Jessie Smith, aunt, and stepmother, Mrs. Dora Smith.  She also leaves an aunt, Mrs. E. F. Dickins, of San Francisco.  Mrs. Raish was the daughter of the late J. B. M. Smith, a former dentist in this city.  She was a native of California, and 41 years of age.  Although death has been expected for the past few days, the news will come as a shock to the entire community where she was quite well known.  She had many friends both here and in Sutter county. - Funeral services will be held at the family residence Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, to which her many friends are invited to be present.  Burial will be private.


Marysville Appeal - 6/28/1922, p5 - Well-Known Pioneer Woman Is Dead Here - Death early yesterday called Mrs. Elizabeth Ellen Raish, the widow of the late Charles Raish.  Mrs. Raish died in the house in which she had resided for the past 56 years.  Her death was not unexpected as she had been ill for sometime. - She was a native of Illinois and was 78 years old.  Coming to California when four years old, she had lived here since that time. - Surviving her are three daughters, Mrs. Kate Cunningham of Oakland, Mrs. Mary E. Fowler of Eldridge, Calif., and Miss Edna Raish of Marysville, and one son, Ralph Raish. - Funeral services will be conducted at the family home, 724 D street, Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.  Burial will take place in the city cemetery under the direction of Kelly Brothers.

Marysville Appeal - 6/30/1922, p1 - Mrs. Elizabeth Raish Is Laid To Final Rest - Funeral services for the late Elizabeth Raish were held at the family home yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, with Rev. A. E. Butcher of St. John's Episcopal church officiating.  Sacred selections were sung by Farwell Brown with Mrs. E. E. Monson as accompanist. - The pallbearers were C. F. Aaron, W. E. Davies, J. J. Brass, J. I. Bryan, J. L. Cruse and N. J. Sligar.  Interment took place in the family plot in the city cemetery under the direction of Kelly Brothers.


Appeal Democrat - 8/1/1988, pA-5 - Memorial services will be held Tuesday for George Jay Ralph of Marysville, who died July 29, 1988, at Beale Air Force Base Hospital.  He was 73. - An Oklahoma native, he lived in this area for 19 years and was retired from the Air Force. - He is survived by his wife, Dorinda Ralph of Marysville; a son, Andrew Ralph of Marysville; seven daughters, Mary Robinson of Newark, Nancy Tredway of Pennsylvania, Sarah Dressler and Kathryn Ralph, both of Washington, Lorna Ralph of Palm Springs, Elizabeth Ralph of Yuba City and Margaret Browning of Marysville; four brothers, Thomas Ralph, Noney Ralph and Oliver Ralph, all of Texas, and Orville Ralph of Idaho; three sisters, Irene Huffman, Reba Ralph and Mabel Bradford, all of Texas; and three grandchildren. - Services begin at 10 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Marysville with Dr. Betsy Schwarzentraub officiating.  Burial will be private. - Visitation will be at Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel today until 8 p.m.


Appeal Democrat - 1/10/1989, pA-7 - Obituaries:  No services are planned for Earl Ramey, 92, of Yuba City, who died Jan. 8, 1989, at Fremont Hospital. - Born April 26, 1896, in Missouri, Ramey had lived in the Marysville-Yuba City area the past 64 years. - A World War I veteran who enlisted at age 17, he was wounded in the Battle of Bealleau Woods in France at age 18.  He was put through Stanford University by the Veterans Administration and graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1925.  He later received his master's degree from Stanford. - In 1925 he began teaching history at Marysville High School  He was responsible for establishing the curriculum for Yuba College in 1927 and was the college's first registrar.  He also taught history and lectured at the college while it was still a part of the high school campus.  Later, he became the head of the high school math department.  He retired in 1959. - In 1936, Ramey's book "The Beginnings of Marysville" was published by the California Historical Society.  Much of his retirement was spent performing volunteer work for libraries in Yuba and Sutter counties.  He was responsible for creating an index of historical documents for the Yuba County Library - the documents had been stored for many years.  His efforts are referenced in the Packard Library's California Room. - He also authored the Introduction in Thompson and West's "History of Sutter County" and has had numerous historical accounts published in the Yuba-Sutter Appeal-Democrat and other publications. - He is survived by his wife, Florence Ramey of Yuba City.


Appeal - 12/21/1901, p1 - Laid to Eternal Rest - Funeral services for Miss Laura Ramey were held yesterday at her late home in Yuba City.  The Rev. J. M. Parker officiated at the house, and also at the Yuba City Cemetery, where the interment was made.  The pall-bearers were:  Thomas Riddle, W. P. Niesen, George M. Saye, Joseph Girdner, C. C. Epperson and Albert Hedges.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/25/1901, p4 - Died: In this city, April 24th, Rev. Thomas Edward Randolph, a native of Powhattan county, Virginia, aged 81 years.  Funeral notice hereafter. - - same page - - Rev. T. E. Randolph Dead:  Had Been a Resident of Marysville Since 1856. - Rev. Thomas E. Randolph, an aged pioneer colored resident, died at 2:20 yesterday afternoon at his home at the corner of First and D streets.  He had been unconscious for over a week and his death had been expected for several days. - The deceased was a native of Powhattan county, Virginia; was born of slave parents, William and Lucy Randolph, and obtained his freedom through the "underground railroad" December 8, 1848, arriving in New Bedford, Mass., in 1849. - In 1851 he came to California, by way of Cape Horn, and for one month he was employed as a cook, after which he worked at various occupations at different places.  In September, 1852, he returned to New Bedford and married Mrs. Evelyne Reynolds, in 1853.  Returning the same year to California, he engaged in mining at Michigan Bar, and in 1856, was sent to Marysville by the Rev. Charles Satchell, to take charge of a Baptist Society just organized with nine members, which met in an adobe building on Virgin Alley. - Seeing the need of owning a house of worship, he started out on a collecting tour in the course of which he succeeded in raising enough money to build the present Mt. Olivet Baptist Church at a cost at that time of $5000.  In 1858 he was ordained, and was pastor of the church for several years following. - The deceased was during his long residence here an industrious man and saved his earnings which he invested in real estate.  In 1865 he erected the property occupied by the S. G. King Company as a dry goods store now owned by H. Cheim of this city - purchased the store in which he conducted his business, and had his residence. - He leaves an aged wife and two children Thomas W. and Parthenia A.  Randolph to mourn his demise; the latter resides in San Francisco.  Deceased was 81 years of age.  He was a member of Laurel Lodge No. 6, F. and A.M.


Sacramento Daily Union – 1/13/1864, Pg. 5 – DIED – In Marysville, Jan. 9th, Jeromus Rapelje, aged about 37 years.  (B. S.)


Marysville Appeal - 1/26/1912, p1 - Death Claims Gus Rauch - Died Yesterday After Long Illness - Death has finally claimed Gustave Rauch, who was well known in this city and who resided here with his uncle, M. Reisinger, for the past five years. - For some time he has been afflicted with quick tuberculosis and has weakened day by day until the frail body could not withstand the ravages of the disease and he passed away yesterday morning. - Mr. Rauch was a native of Germany, which country he left about seven years ago, going to San Francisco, where he remained until the earth quake, then coming here, where he has since resided. - He leaves his mother and father, three brothers and a sister, all of whom reside in Germany. - The deceased was a member of Court Pride No. 84, Foresters of America, of this city, and also a member of several German fraternal societies in San Francisco. - The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Foresters' hall under the auspices of Court Pride, Foreters' [sic] of Amerca. [sic] - The funeral arrangements will be in charge of R. E. Bevan.


Marysville Appeal - 11/25/1918, p10 - Mrs. May's Father Dies - Mrs. Harry May, of Marysville, has received word from Oakland of the death of her father, James E. Ray, in that place.  Beside Mrs. May, he is survived by four children.


Appeal-Democrat – 11/12/1952, p. 4 – OBITUARIES – WILLIAM H. READDICK – READDICK—Private funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow for William Harrison Readdick, 82, who died here yesterday.  A native of North Carolina, Readdick resided in the Marysville area for the past 55 years, and was a retired blacksmith.  He was employed for many years by the Yuba Consolidated Gold Fields.  He is survived by a son, Lloyd Readdick of Folsom; a daughter, Mrs. Wilma Ulm of Livermore; and two grandchildren.  Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park, Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, Marysville, is in charge of funeral arrangements.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/10/1867, p2 - Died:  In this city, on the 8th inst., after a protracted illness, Dr. James Reardan, a native of Harford county, Maryland, aged 71 years, 10 months and six days. - The funeral will take place from St. Joseph's (Catholic) Church to-day (Sunday) at 3 o'clock p.m.  Friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice.  Baltimore papers please copy.

Daily Evening Telegraph - 11/11/1867, p3 - Funeral - The funeral of Dr. Reardan, yesterday, was largely attended by our citizens, a longe [sic] line of carriages following his remains to the Catholic cemetery.  The funeral rites were conducted according to the Catholic Church.  The pallbearers were composed of gentlemen of the medical profession.


Daily Alta California - 10/29/1868 - Marysville. - The Appeal of October 27th says:  Thomas Reardon, a laborer in the Blue Gravel mine at Smartsville, was killed by a cave on the 22d inst.


Daily National Democrat - 9/9/1859, p 2 - Fell Dead - A man, whose name we could not learn, fell dead, yesterday morning, while unloading gunny bags containing barley, at Jake's Stables on the corner of E and 8th streets.  It is supposed that he had an affection of the heart.  He lived on Feather river a few miles below this city, and was a very worthy man. - Since the above was in type we have learned that the man was a German, named Andres Reck, who owns a ranch on Feather river about six miles below Sutter's.  Deceased was well known to many of our citizens.


Daily Appeal – 01/17/1905 – DEATH SUMMONS JAMES REDMOND – Pioneer Resident of California and of Yuba County Passes Away Sunday at Ripe Old Age. – James Redmond, a pioneer resident of this State, died at 10:30 on Sunday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hopkins, at 819 H street. – The deceased was a native of Canada, and was aged 76 years, 10 months and 12 days, and had resided in California since 1852.  Last August he had a partial stroke of paralysis, and when able to transact any business he deeded all his property to his friends. – He was a tanner by trade, but after coming to this county he had an attack of the gold fever, and commenced mining in Rose Bar township and later at Sucker Flat.  He has followed farming for the past fifteen years, owning a ranch in Marysville township. – Mr. Redmond was admitted to citizenship in the District Court of Yuba county on July 7, 1871. – He leaves two brothers, Mathew Redmond, who is a resident of San Francisco, and William Redmond, who resides at Kerwood, Canada. – The deceased was a good citizen and a true friend, and his passing away will be regretted by all who knew him. – The funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock this afternoon, at 819 H street, and the interment will take place in the Yuba City Cemetery. – Both the funeral and the interment will be private.


Marysville Evening Democrat - 12/17/1918, p 4 - Rednall Baby Dies Here - Genevieve Elizabeth REDNALL, nine months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rednall of this city, died last night as the result of an attack of pneumonia.  Besides her parents she is survived by a sister, Jane Frances Rednall.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Kelly Bros.

REECE, ANGEL  V. – AKA Angeline V. Mullins


[ Notes by Brad Sharpe: Sister of Julius (Jewel) Reece. Shows age four in 1930 Census for Mooretown/Feather Falls area of Butte County. Mother was Doris Williams (Indian)(Divorced), age 35, father W. Reece. Doris Williams remarried between the date of the 1930 Census (April) and November 1930  to another Indian, William Mullins, age 36. Couple was living in Chico, Butte County when daughter died on November 17, 1930. Death was recorded under stepfather’s surname in lieu of birth name. Buried in Strawberry Valley Cemetery next to brother Julius. Her other brother, Philip Reece, lived into old age passing away in 1999 and is buried in Mooretown Cemetery, Butte County. Mother, Doris ( aka: Dora, aka: Dorothy ) was the daughter of Elizabeth Johnson Williams Picayune by her first marriage to Jake Williams.]


Chico Enterprise – November 17, 1930, Pg. 2 – Death Summons 4-Year-Old Child – Angeline V. Mullins, four-year-old Indian girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mullins, died early this morning at the home of her parents at the end of Nineteenth street. Deceased is a native of Yuba county and came here with her parents from Oroville six days ago. Other survivors are a brother, Phillip (Correctly Philip) and a sister, Julia (Correctly a brother named Julius). Westfall funeral home has charge of arrangements. (B. S.)


Chico Enterprise – November 18, 1930, Pg. 2 – Child to Be Buried In Strawberry Valley – The body of Angeline V. Mullins, 4 year old Indian girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mullins, new residents of Chico, who died early yesterday morning at the home of her parents in Chapmantown, was removed from the Westfall Funeral home today and taken to Strawberry Valley for burial tomorrow morning. (B. S.)


Appeal Democrat – November 22, 1930, Pg. 7 – Services for Girl Held at Strawberry Valley – STRAWBERRY VALLEY – Angeline V. Mullins, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mullins of Mooretown, died in Chico Saturday and was buried at Strawberry Valley Wednesday. The little girl was a native of Strawberry Valley. Services were read at the graveside by A. W. Robinson, and the casket was banked with flowers. The funeral was largely attended by relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mullins. (B. S.)


(Died February 21, 1931) – From – County of Butte – State of California Department of Health – Standard Certificate of Death – Local Registered No., 30 – Place of death, Dist, No., 452 – City or town of, Oroville – No., Howe Addition (Hospital) – Full name, Julius Staley Reece – Sex, Male – Color or race, Indian – Single – Date of birth, June 15, 1917 – Age, 13 years, 8 months, 6 days – Occupation, School boy – Birthplace, California – Name of father, W. Reece – Birthplace of father, California – Maiden name of mother, Doris Williams – Birthplace of mother, California – Length of residence at place of death, 2 months – In California, Life time – The above is true to the best of my knowledge- Informant - Doris Williams – Address, Oroville, California – Filed, Feb. 23-31, J.G. Nisbet – Medical Certificate of Death – Date of death, Feb. 21st, 1931 – I hereby certify, that I attended deceased from Sept. 1st, 1930 to Feb. 18th-31, that I last saw him alive on Feb. 18th, 1931 – Cause of death was as follows – Tuberculosis of Lungs (Chronic) – Duration, 2 years – Did an operation precede death?, No – Was there an autopsy?, No – What test confirmed diagnosis?, Sputum test – Signed, Ben C. Epperson, M.D. – Feb. 23-31 – Address, Oroville, Calif. – Place of burial or removal, Strawberry Valley Cem. – Date of burial, Feb. 24, 1931 – Undertaker, W. M. Thomas – Address, Oroville, Calif. – Embalmer’s license no., 945.  (B.S.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/10/1910, p1 - Reed Funeral - The funeral of the late Henry Reed will take place at 2 p.m. today from Kelly's undertaking parlors.  Interment in the city cemetery.


Daily Appeal - 7/31/1908, p1 - James Andrew Reed Succumbs To Illness - James Andrew Reed, eldest son of Micheal [sic] and the late Bridget Reed, died in this city yesterday afternoon after a short illness.  The body is being prepared at the Kelly Brothers' undertaking parlors, and will be shipped to San Francisco this morning for interment in Holy Cross cemetery. - Deceased was a native of California, aged 33 years, 7 months and 24 days.  He was a brother of Elizabeth, Laura and Arthur Reed, Mrs. J. W. Porter, Mrs. T. J. Sheuy, Mrs. D. C. Crowley, Mrs. R. A. Frawley, and Mrs. W. Lynch.


Appeal Democrat - Tue 12/26/1967, p4 - Obituaries:  Wiley H. Reed, 81, of Gridley died yesterday at Memorial Hospital in Gridley following a short illness. - Reed, a retired railroad brakeman, was a native of Arkansas. - He had lived with his sister, Mrs. Code Anderson in Gridley, since May. - Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Edith Wigren of Central Point, Ore.; another sister, Mrs. Alpha Edlin of Arkansas; a brother, R. L. Reed of Arkansas; two grandchildren. - Private funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Block Funeral Home in Gridley by Rev. Jack Shelby of the Gridley First Baptist Church. - Cremation will be at Sierra View Memorial Park.


Democrat – 10/02/1861 – DIED. – In this city, October 1st, Edward Reen, aged 28 years, of Banten, County Cork, Ireland. – Funeral will take place on Thursday at 4 P.M., from E. Hamilton'’ office, on E street.


Appeal Democrat - Sat 8/13/1966, p8 - Obituaries:  Graveside services are scheduled Monday for Charles Arthur Reid, 70, 7134 Washington St., Sutter, who died Thursday at Veterans Hospital in Martinez. - A native of Los Angeles, he had lived in this area for four years.  He had been an equipment operator for the County of Los Angeles, and was a Navy Veteran of World War I. - Survivors, in addition to his wife, Ellen of Sutter, include:  three sons, Arthur of Lynwood, Paul of Costa Mesa, Robert of San Fernando; two daughters, Virginia Doucette of Los Banos and Mary Lou Gerber of Orange; a sister, Myrtle Caberly of Lynwood; 16 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. - Graveside services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at Sutter Cemetery under the direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel.


Appeal - 11/10/1881, p2 - Died:  In Marysville, November 9th, Samuel Reid, aged 55 years.  Funeral to-day at Smartsville.


Sacramento Daily Union - 1/16/1867 - Died:  In Marysville, Jan. 24th, Alice Miriam, daughter of Dr. J. P. and Lizzie S. Reilay, aged 1 month, 15 days.


Rabbit Creek Journal – 8/19/1987 – Bereavement – Memorial Services were held on Thursday, August 12 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Oroville for Phylis Reinke of Challenge. Phylis Reinke, 72, died August 12 after a long illness. She was well known to the area, to which she moved in 1977. She became deeply involved in Foothill Volunteer Fire department being instrumental in the formation and signed to original incorporation papers. She was also a strong member of the Yuba Feather Historical Association. She belonged to the Yuba Feather Business Association, Brownsville Grange, and the Eastern Star.  She was most recently a member of the Brownsville Rainbow Lioness. She is survived by her husband Willard Reinke and son Willard Reinke Jr. of Challenge; two brothers – Arthur Philip of Arlington, Oregon, and George Philip of Oak Park, Illinois; one sister – Louise Asprup of Santa Monica; and two grandchildren. The family has requested no memorials. Arrangements were under the auspices of the Oroville Funeral Home.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 10/5/1867, p2 - Died:  At the residence of J. D. Blanchar, in Napa, October 2d, Benjamin Reno, aged 88 years. - The funeral will take place from St. John's (Episcopal) Church this morning at 10 o'clock.  Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.


Daily California Express - 12/15/1862, p2 - Died:  Of the same, and same place, December 5th, Columbus Reppert, aged 2 years, 6 months and 4 days.


Daily California Express - 12/15/1862, p2 - Died:  At the Kellog House, Yuba county, November 24th, of scarlet fever, Daniel C. Reppert, son of John and Jemima Reppert, aged 7 years, 10 months and 11 days.


Daily California Express - 12/15/1862 - Died:  Of the same, and same place, December 2d, Sonoma Reppert, aged 7 years and 30 days.


Daily California Express - 12/15/1862, p2 - Died:  November 27th, of the same, at same place, Sonora Reppert, aged 7 years and 24 days.


Appeal Democrat - 1/30/1930, p8 - John Reusser Rites Friday - Funeral services for John E. Reusser, fatally burned by a high voltage power line at Hammonton, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the chapel of Lipp and Sullivan, with Rev. A. M. Cottingham officiating.  The American Legion will have charge of services at the grave in Peoria cemetery. - An inquest into Reusser's death will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. Monday by Coroner Frank Lipp. - Surviving Reusser besides his widow, Mrs. Eva Reusser, are three children, Marie, Leland and Kenneth, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlib [sic] Reusser, and four brothers and five sisters.


Daily Appeal - 8/16/1910 p1 - Pioneer Passed To Great Beyond - In the passing of Mrs. Annie Revere, who died at the home of her daughter Sunday on Sixth street, Marysville loses one of her oldest pioneers. - Mrs. Revere was a native of Ireland, but for over fifty years was a resident of this city.  She was aged 73 years.  Deceased was the mother of Mrs. Annie B. Ripley and Mrs. J. U. Hofstetter of Marysville and William Revere of San Francisco.  The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of Mrs. Hofstetter on Sixth street.  Interment will be private.  R. E. Bevan has charge of the funeral arrangements.


Daily Democrat - 10/22/1894, p1 - Death of Gerratus Revere:  A Patient Sufferer for Several Months the End Came as a Relief - It was a few minutes past midnight of Saturday when the soul of Gerratus Revere took its flight and appeared before its Maker to answer for the things done in this life. - "Jerry," as he was familiarly known, and he was well acquainted throughout this section, was an unassuming man and generous to a fault.  He was always steady and industrious and earned the respect of the community in which he lived so long.  For the past twenty-five years he has been engaged with the hardware firms of George North, Wightman & Hampton and the Hampton Hardware Company.  He was with the latter firm up to a few months ago when his health failed and he was forced to seek relief.  He experienced a brain paralysis on Saturday morning and died at the hour above mentioned at his home on D street above the composing rooms of the Democrat. - He leaves a wife and two daughters, Mrs. Lydia Corley and Mrs. C. W. E. Ripley, and one son, Will Revere. - Deceased was a member of Marysville Lodge, No. 1656, Knights of Honor, and held a beneficiary policy of $2,000 payable to his widow.  He was also a member of Oriental lodge, No. 45, I. O. O. F.  He was a native of New York and 64 years of age. - The funeral will take place from the late residence of deceased to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Rev. C. H. Beechgood of the Methodist Episcopal church will read the services at the residence, and the Chaplain of the Oriental lodge will officiate at the grave.  The lodge will act as an escort from the house to the grave at the city cemetery where the interment will take place.

Daily Democrat - 10/23/1894, p1 - [article is bound at left edge so some parts are missing] - Laid to Rest:  Remains of a Good Man, a Mourned ----, Consigned to Mother Earth - The funeral of the late Gerratus Revere took place from the family residence ----at 2 o'clock this afternoon. ----number of friends and acquain-------assembled at the house where -------H. Beechgood of the Methodist------church read appropriate ser-------made a few remarks eulogistic -----gone before. - -----tal Lodge, No. 45, I. O. O. F. ----an escort to the well-attended -----as it moved to the City ceme-----place of interment.  At the -----J. E. Parmalee, Noble Grand of -----, read the ritual of the order. -------floral offerings of friends were -----and of beautiful designs. -----following gentlemen acted as pall----- Bradley, Henry Day, R. H. D. -----and John Ruff for Oriental -----C. C. Hampton and John Lear-----the Knights of Honor.


Appeal Democrat – 11/05/2008 – Robert A. Rex, 62, of Strawberry Valley passed away on November 3, 2008 at his residence. Services are pending at this time. Arrangements are under the direction of Lakeside Colonial Chapel. 530-749-9277.  (B. S.) 

Appeal Democrat – 11/11/2008 – Obituaries – Robert A. Rex, 62, of Strawberry Valley passed away on November 3, 2008 at his residence. He was born on October 21, 1946 in Patterson N. J. Robert was a logger and equipment operator for a number of years. Robert is survived by his loving wife of 25 years Sharon Pearl of Strawberry Valley, a stepdaughter Leslie Arsenault of Clipper Mills, a stepson Lonnie Bock of Bethel Island, 5 grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother and sister in law Fred and Mary Rex, along with 2 nieces and 1 nephew. Bob was a lifetime member of the VFW and was past St. (Post) Commander of the George Steiner post 10135 of Brownsville, CA. Bob was also a member of the Frank C. Reilly chapter 5978 E. Clameus (Clampus) Vitus of La Porte. Bob did 2 tours in Vietnam and was a flight engineer – Chinook. He earned a distinguished flying cross, and several Vietnam service medals. Family and friends are invited to a graveside service at Strawberry Valley Cemetery on Saturday, November 15, 2008 at 1:00 PM. There is an online guest book at www.lakesidecolonialchapel.com please leave your condolences there. Arrangements are under the direction of Lakeside Colonial Chapel 530-749-9277  (B. S.)



Daily Appeal – 07/22/1902, p. 4 – Died Yesterday Morning. – Margaret Rosetta Reynolds, the woman whom Fred H. Smith left his property to, died at her home on Elm street, between B and C, yesterday morning.  She was a native of Ireland and about 39 years old. – The funeral will take place this morning from R. E. Bevan’s undertaking parlors.  The interment will be made in the Catholic Cemetery. – DIED. – In this city, July 21st, Margaret Rosetta Reynolds, a native of Ireland, aged 39 years. – The funeral will take place from Bevan’s undertaking parlors this morning at 10 o’clock, Interment Catholic cemetery.

Daily Appeal – 07/23/1902, p. 4 – The funeral of Margaret Rosetta Reynolds took place at 10 o’clock yesterday morning from R. E. Bevan’s undertaking parlors.  Rev. M. Coleman officiated.  The interment took place in the Catholic cemetery. – In the matter of the estate of Margaret Rosetta Reynolds, deceased, the will was filed in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court yesterday, with the petition of Patrick Brannan for letters testamentary.  The hearing was set for Saturday, August 2, at 2 p.m. – Notice of time appointed for proving will in the matter of the estate of Rosetta M. Reynolds, deceased, appears elsewhere in this morning’s Appeal.  Saturday, Aug 2d, has been set as the day for hearing the application of Patrick Brannan for the issuance to him of letters testamentary.  Forbes & Dinsmore are attorneys for petitioner.


Appeal Democrat – 1/22/1993, p A-11 – Services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Saturday at Loma Rica Community Church for lifetime Yuba-Sutter area resident Anne Rosalie Rice, 81, of Browns Valley, who died Jan. 21, 1993, at Rideout Hospital. – Born in Browns Valley, she was a member of the Yuba County pioneer family of Gottfried and Rosa Lina Reusser, who came to the area in 1890.  She was a housewife. – She was a member of the Loma Rica Community and Hallwood Nazarene churches. – Survivors include two sons, Joseph Rice of Yuba City and Arthur Rice of Browns Valley; two daughters, Nancy Houser of Browns Valley and Alice Spencer of Loma Rica; two brothers, George Reusser of Marysville and Adolph Reusser of Browns Valley; a sister Freda Harlan of Loma Rica; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. – She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph L. Rice, in 1967. – Joseph Rice, John Yaklich, and Wayne Vincent will officiate at the services.  Burial will be in Peoria Cemetery above Browns Valley. – Visitation will be from 3 to 8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Chapel. – Memorials to a favorite missionary organization are suggested by the family.


Daily Appeal - 12/14/1910, p1 - Dredge Miner Is Killed - Coroner Kelly received word at 10 o'clock last night, that Charles A. Rice, and employee on a dredger at Hammonton had accidentally fell into the screen of one of the big machines, and was instantly killed.  He was 23 years of age and leaves a wife and two children. - Deputy Coroner Hocking left immediately to take charge of the remains.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/29/1878, p2 - Died:  In Colusa, October 22d, James Eddy, son of M. L. and Josephine Rice, aged 1 year, 1 month and 1 day.


Sacramento Bee Nov. 2, 1905 - PIONEER WOMAN DEAD Marysville Nov. 2 Another old resident of Yuba County joined the silent majority yesterday through the demise of Mrs. Sarah N. RICHARD of Browns Valley who passed away in the 66th year of her life. - Mrs. Richard was a native of Indiana and had resided in California 55 years 31 of which she spent in Browns Valley. The surviving relatives are three sons – William, Isaac and Hiram Richard and four daughters, Mrs. A. Colton, Mrs. J. O’Connor, Mrs. James Labadie and Mrs. Frank Labadie. - Services were held at Peoria Church today. (RT.)

Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/2/1905, p1 - Death of Mrs. Sarah Richard - Mrs. Sarah N. Richard died at 11:30 yesterday morning at the Golden Eagle Hotel in this city.  The deceased was a native of Indiana and was aged 66 years, 4 months and 24 days, and was the relict of the late John Richard.  She had been a resident of California for 55 years, and had resided near Browns Valley for 31 years. - The deceased leaves the following children to mourn her demise:  Isaac, William and Hiram Richard, Mrs. James Labadie, Mrs. Frank Labadie, Mrs. A. Collins and Mrs. J. O'Connor. - She was a generous and kind hearted woman, who was respected and loved by her neighbors and many friends. - The funeral will take place from the undertaking parlors of J. K. Kelly this morning at 9 o'clock, thence to Peoria church, near Browns Valley, where the services will be held at 2 o'clock. - The interment will take place in the Peoria cemetery.

Same paper/edition, page 4 - Died:  Richard - At the Golden Eagle Hotel in this city, November 1, 1905, Sarah, the relict of the late John Richard, a native of Indiana, aged 66 years, 4 months and 24 days. - The funeral cortege will leave J. K. Kelly's undertaking parlors at 9 o'clock this morning, thence to Peoria church, where the services will be held at 2 o'clock. - Interment Peoria cemetery.


Appeal-Democrat – 10/06/1950, p. 11 – CHARLES RICHARDS – RICHARDS—A native of California, Charles Richards, 78, died yesterday in a local hospital.  He had lived in this community for 20 years, and his residence was at 205 Chestnut St., Marysville.  There are no known relatives. – Graveside services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Sierra View Memorial pary [sic] under direction of Lipp & Sullivan chapel, Marysville.


Appeal Democrat - 6/5/1928, p1 - C. E. Richards, 21, Dies Here - Charles Dexter Richards, 21, student of the Marysville high school died Monday at his home, 218 Seventh street, in this city. - Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Alice Richards, a sister, Chystan Richards, and a brother, William. - Mass will be said in St. Joseph's church at 8 a.m. Thursday.  Interment will be made in the family plot at Browns Valley under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan.


Sacramento Bee – 8/07/1930 Pg.8 – DEATHS – RICHARDS – Near Browns Valley, Yuba County, August 30, 1930, Isaac Richards, brother of William Richards of Browns Valley, H. H. Richards of Oakland, Mrs. F. S. Labadie of Camptonville and of Mrs. Maggie Colton of Sacramento, a native of California.  (B. S.)


Daily Democrat - Fri 4/1/1904, p5 - Another Pioneer Passes - Had Reached the Ripe Old Age of Four Score Years - The death of John J. Richards occurred Thursday in his home near Browns Valley.  Deceased was a native of South Carolina and aged 80 years, 5 months and 17 days.  He leaves a widow, four daughters and three sons to mourn his demise. - The funeral will take place from his late residence at 10 a.m. Saturday, the interment to be made in Peoria cemetery at 12 o'clock. - Deceased had been a resident of this State since 1864 and resided in Yuba county more than thirty years. - Undertaker Kelly has charge of the funeral.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat. 4/23/1898, p1 - Grandpa Richardson Dead - One of the Oldest of the Old Residents Passes to the Other Side - Alanson Coats Richardson died at 6:30 Thursday evening at the home of his son, E. F. Richardson, in Marysville township. - The deceased was a native of New York and 86 years of age.  He started for California in 1852, and while on his way to this coast helped to drive the Mormons out of Nauvoo, Illinois, and while engaged in that pursuit received a wound in the right leg.  He also assisted in fighting the Indians while crossing the plains. - The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this morning from his late residence.  Interment Peoria cemetery.


Appeal Democrat - Fri 9/10/1943, p3 - Mrs. Richardson Taken by Death - Mrs. Ann Peffer Richardson, born in Marysville 73 years ago, died in her home at 210 5th street last night.  She was the widow of the late William Harve Richardson and mother of Harvey Richardson of the Marysville with the California highway patrol. - Two sisters survive besides the son.  They are Mrs. Charles J. McCoy of Marysville and Mrs. Owen L. Gibson of Yuba City. - Rev. Douglas Decherd, pastor of the Methodist church of Marysville, will conduct funeral services for Mrs. Richardson Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel.  Burial will be in the family plot in the Marysville city cemetery beside the grave of her husband.

Appeal Democrat - Mon 9/13/1943, p3 - Richardson Rites - Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Peffer Richardson, well known Marysville resident, were held in the chapel of Lipp and Sullivan Saturday afternoon, with Rev. D. C. Dechard of the Methodist church officiating.  Interment was made in the Marysville city cemetery, where friends serving as pallbearers were Clarence Hopkins, Dan Santry, Jack Crowther, Robert Carroll, Don Greely and Howard deArmond.  Harry Wescott was an honorary pallbearer.


Marysville Daily Democrat - 4/1/1897, p1 - Here Is A Lesson - The Rapid Pace Set by a Young Man Leads to His Death Under Regretful Conditions - A Legacy From The East - Had Harrie [sic] C. Richardson lived until the second day of next January he would have celebrated his twenty-ninth birthday and continue to have bright prospects of which any young man might well be envious.  But he chose the path that is not of the straight and narrow kind, and to-day his lifeless body occupies a slab at the morgue. - With three companions young Richardson arrived in this city last Sunday evening.  He had been here but a short while when he convinced the observant ones that the object of his visit was pleasure rather than business.  He prided himself on the possession of diamond finger rings and checks galore, and his ability to keep up his end when it came down to sociability and congeniality for "the boys" sake.  He had "money to burn" and found no trouble in finding companions to aid in fanning the flame that consumes. - Last night about 12 o'clock this young man was conveyed from the house at the foot of D street known as No. 7 to one of the hotels, suffering all the torments that follow in the wake of overindulgence in alcohol.  Two hours later he died, despite the efforts of a physician to restore him. - This forenoon when his trunk was opened at the office of Coroner Bevan one of the first documents to be revealed was a certificate of service issued from army headquarters showing that young Richardson joined Troop A of the Fifth U. S. Cavalry December 22, 1890, and served until March 21st, 1894(1891?), when he was honorably discharged at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, the original discharge giving his character as "very good." - From the young men who accompanied deceased to this city it is learned that he has been in California nearly three years, Napa City being his headquarters until recently.  He worked chopping wood near that place.  On the 18th instant he received a legacy of $1,500 from an Eastern relative and immediately started on a spree, going first to San Francisco, thence to Woodland and finally reaching this city.  About $200 of the amount received from the East is left.  Ex-Mayor Alexander Lewis of Detroit, Michigan, is an uncle of deceased's mother. - Richardson and his companions were on the way to Red Bluff, near which place they intended trying their luck at prospecting.  They had purchased a portion of their outfit in San Francisco and expected to buy their tents, shovels, tools, etc., in Red Bluff.  The young men with Richardson are named Wm. A. and E. B. Walker, brothers.  These two claim that they used their best efforts to have Richardson sober up while here, but to no avail.  The certificate of Dr. Barr furnished Coroner Bevan ascribes death to delirium tremens.  As the physician was with the young man several hours before he died, an inquest or autopsy are not deemed necessary. - After Richardson's trunk was taken from the baggage room at the A-street depot and its contents examined by the Coroner in hopes of locating all the relatives of the young man, Public Administrator Batchelder took charge of the following property belonging to the deceased:  A certificate of deposit on a San Francisco bank in the sum of $200; a Winchester rifle valued at $17.50; a single-barrel repeating shotgun worth $15; a diamond ring bought at San Francisco for $140; a pistol worth $12.50; open-faced silver watch, and other effects. - Deceased was at one time employed by A. T. Hatch, a prominent Suisun orchardist, as book-keeper. - In explanation of the $1,500 legacy which came to deceased last month, Wm. Walker said to-day that it was the residue of $2,000 bequeathed Richardson fourteen years ago by a Judge Humphrey of Boston, Massachusetts.  It appears that Richardson and a son of the Judge were classmates in a boarding school near New York.  A strong friendship grew up between the lads, which ended only when young Humphreys died.  The love the father bore his son was in a degree transferred to Richardson, the classmate, and when the jurist drew up his will he remembered the lad in sum of $2,000. - The money was to be paid to Richardson when he reached his 23d year, but as a sister of the Judge came in for a life interest in the estate distribution was not made until after her death.  In the interim the estate's valuation decreased and Richardson's share was necessarily reduced to $1,500.  Richardson was a native of Weymouth, Mass.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/2/1897, p4 - Died:  In this city, April 1, Harris C. Richardson, a native of Weymouth, Mass., aged 28 years. - Funeral from R. E. Bevan's undertaking parlors this afternoon at 1 o'clock.  Interment City cemetery.


Daily Appeal - 2/3/1874, p2 - DIED - In Marysville Township, February 1st, Martha Richardson, aged 58 years.


Marysville Daily Democrat - 9/28/1903, p6 - Death of E. D. Rickets - Passed Away Saturday Evening at His Home Near Live Oak - Edwin Dorsey Rickets, who had been engaged in farming near Live Oak more than twenty years, died at 5:15 o'clock Saturday evening, caused by the infirmities of old age.  Deceased was a native of Maryland, aged 72 years, and leaves to mourn their loss a widow, three sons, Ben, Ed and Roy Rickets, and one daughter, Mrs. Denver Davidson. - Funeral services will be held in the U. B. Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, interment to be in the cemetery at Live Oak.  Undertaker Albert Reynolds of Oroville has charge of funeral.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/25/1901, p4 - Died:  Near Live Oak, April 23d, Olive, the beloved wife of Benjamin T. Ricketts, a native of California, aged 22 years, 6 months and 1 day.  The funeral will take place Saturday morning from the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Ricketts.  Interment Sutter City cemetery.


Daily Appeal - 3/28/1871, p2 - Died - In this city, March 25th, James L. Riddle, aged 45 years, 11 months and 15 days.


Marysville Appeal - 8/23/1921, p4 - Former Resident Is Called At Portland - Mrs. Corinne Rideout, who was returning from a motor trip to Yellowstone Park, was taken ill about two weeks ago with stomach trouble while touring the Hood River country, and was taken to a Portland hospital, where she passed away yesterday.  The remains will arrive here Wednesday and funeral arrangements will be announced after. - Mrs. Rideout was the daughter of the late C. B. Kimball, and was 65 years old.  She was the widow of the late Norman Rideout, son of Mrs. Phoebe Rideout. - Mrs. Rideout has been making her home in San Francisco, for a number of years, where she was active in social and club circles.

Marysville Appeal - 8/25/1921, p4 - Former Resident Is Laid To Last Rest - The funeral of Mrs. Corinne Rideout was held yesterday morning from the C. F. Aaron home, which was formerly the home of the deceased.  Rev. E. MacKay of the Methodist church officiated. - "No Night There" and Homer's Requiem were sung by Farwell Brown, with Mrs. E. E. Monson as accompanist. - Interment was made in the family plot in the Marysville cemetery by Kelly Bros. - The flower covered casket was borne to the grave by the following friends:  C. F. Aaron, W. B. Swain, Sam Ewell, W. T. Ellis, Edward Biggs, H. P. Stabler, H. B. P. Carden and R. W. Skinner.

[page is cut off on left side]  Marysville Appeal - 8/27/1921, p1 & 8 - Mrs. Rideout Leaves $10,000 Endowment for Concerts in Cortez Square - Bulk of Large Estate For Benevolent Purposes - Local Relief Societies Get $5000 Each; Chauffeur Largely Rewarded; Golden Gate Park and Bay Charities Remembered - The Will of the late Mrs. Corinne Rideout, widow of the late Norman Rideout, filed yesterday for probate, shows that the bulk of the estate, valued in the neighborhood of $100,000, goes for public and benevolent purposes, which is remarkable as showing a wonderful spirit in disposition of the estate. - Marysville will get $10,000 for concerts to be held in Cortez Square, and the park commissioners of the Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, are bequeathed a similar sum in trust for park beautification or the building of a bandstand at the beach. - The fund for concerts in Marysville is given to Dunning Rideout, local banker, to hold in trust and to invest the same in government bonds, the proceeds to be used to help defray costs of concerts. - Local Charities Remembered - The Marysville Ladies' Relief Society and the Catholic Ladies' Relief Society of Marysville each are remembered in the sum of $5000. - Horace Lea, a nephew of Congressman Lea, who was the faithful chauffeur for Mrs. Rideout, is bequeathed a larger amount than any of the many personal friends of decedent.  He is to receive $6000, the large touring car valued at about $5000, everything that goes with it, besides some of the household effects and a share in the jewelry and personal effects. - Bulk For Benevolences - The direct gifts mentioned in the will total about $58,350.  After the distribution of these the residue of the estate goes to several benevolent institutions in San Francisco.  This means that practically 80 per cent of the estate goes for benevolent and public purposes. - Attorney W. H. Carlin is attorney for the executors of the estate.  The document in its entirety follows: -  By this, my last will and testament made by me this tenth day of November, 1920, in my own handwriting, I give, devise and bequeath as follows: - I give and bequeath the sum of ___00 to be delivered to the cashier of the Northern California Bank of Savings, in Marysville, California, ____ be held by him, and his successors in office, in trust, for the following uses and purposes, to deposit in said bank and to use the interest and income therefrom in the care and preservation of the lot in the Marysville cemetery in which my husband and relatives are buried, or such other lot to which our remains may have to be removed for some necessary reason; __to defray the expenses of such a removal and to move the monument and the headstones, and to ___ a new lot in proper condition, __ould a removal to another lot or cemetery ever become necessary. - To Mrs. Mabel Kimball Richards I give and bequeath the sum of ___00, my diamond set wrist watch, ___ bloodstone ring set with diamonds, and all my wearing apparel. - To Horace Lea, my chauffeur, I give and bequeath the sum of __00.  If the said Horace Lea is ____ in my employ at the time of my death I also give and bequeath to him the sum of $50 for each and every month that he has worked for me since June, 1920, to the time of my death; and I give to him any automobile I may own, with everything belonging to the machine and the gun, rifle and fishing rod. - To Dr. James H. Barr I give one thousand dollars in remembrance of his kindness during my father's last illness. -  To Mrs. Carrie Hunt I give three thousand dollars. - To Mrs. Lottie Bush I give $2000, in memory of my mother. - To Mrs. Ada Boorman Jones I give $500 in memory of my mother. - To the Francisca Club and to the Woman's Athletic Club I give and bequeath the sum of $500 each, with the request that the money be used for pictures, or something to adorn the clubs, but not for expenses. - To the following named persons I give and bequeath the amount set opposite their names:  Mrs. Mary Hagermann, $1000 - Mrs. Mamie Lunsford Truman, 500 - Miss Lina Binder, 1000 - Mrs. Hester Young, 500 - Mrs. Gertrude Leme, 500 - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Stone (a cousin), 500 - Charles S. Brooks, 1000 - John C. Crooks, 500 - Mrs. May E. Shepard, 500 - Mrs. Josephine Baker (with O'Connor, Moffatt & Co.), 100 - Miss Alice Washburn, 250 - Mrs. Fanny Boyd, 250 -  Mrs. Irene Fuller Merry, 250. - To the Marysville Ladies' Relief Society and to the Catholic  Ladies' Relief Society of Marysville, California, I give and bequeath the sum of $5000 each. - To Dunning Rideout, I give the sum of $10,000 in trust with the request that he invest the money in government bonds or securities, and arrange to have the income therefrom always used to help defray the cost of concerts in Cortez Square, Marysville. - To the park commissioners of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, I give and bequeath the sum of $10,000, in trust, and request that the money be expended in some manner that will add to the beauty or attractiveness of the park, or to help defray the cost of a bandstand at the beach; but it is not to be used for any kind of a monument or statue. - To any maid or nurse in my employ at the time of my death, and who has been working for me a month or longer I give the sum of $100. - All my furniture, pictures, books, silverware, dishes, jewelry and all personal effects, excepting such articles as I have herein heretofore mentioned, I give to Mrs. Mabel Richards and Horace Lea (my chauffeur) in equal shares. - I request that the inheritance tax on all of my bequests be paid from my estate so that each bequest or gift that I have made may be paid in full. - After all bills and bequests have been paid I direct that the rest and residue of my estate shall be divided in equal shares and given to the following charitable organizations of San Francisco, share and share alike:  Children's Hospital, Salvation Army, San Francisco Chapter American Red Cross, San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Children, Little Sisters of the Poor (Home for the Aged), San Francisco Tuberculosis Association, Associated Charities. - I hereby provide that in case any relative, or anyone, shall attempt to break this will, his or her share of my estate shall be the sum of one dollar, and no more. - I hereby appoint Dunning Rideout and C. F. Aaron executors of this, my will, to serve without bonds, and authorize them to sell or dispose of any of my estate, personal or real property, without any order from the court. - I hereby revoke all former wills by me made. - Dated:  San Francisco, November 10, 1920.


Appeal Democrat - Wed. 10/9/1935, p1 - Thursday Date Set For Final Rideout Rites - Funeral services for the late Dunning Rideout, banker, who died Monday night, will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. in St. John's Episcopal church, of which he had been a member of the official board for many years.  Rev. E. L. Freeland will conduct the religious rites. - The body is to be sent to Calais, Me., his birthplace, for burial in the family plot in the ancient cemetery. - W. B. Swain, friend and long time business associate of Rideout in the banks here, arrived with Mrs. Swain from Carmel Tuesday afternoon, after which the arrangements for the funeral were completed with Lipp and Sullivan, who are in charge.


Marysville Appeal - Sat 8/15/1925, p1 - Mrs. Marion C. Rideout Beloved Woman of City Is Stricken In Death - Mrs. Marion Curran Rideout, prominent resident of Marysville and widely known in Yuba county, passed away last night at 9:30 in this city, after a short illness. - Born in Calais, Maine, she came to Yuba county ten years ago to make her home here with her husband, Dunning  Rideout, prominent citizen of this city.  She is the daughter of George A. and Mary S. Curran, and sister of Benjamin Young Curran, all residents of Calais, who received the news of her death late last night. - Beside her parents and brother, she leaves a host of friends in both Yuba and Sutter counties to mourn her passing, which comes as a complete surprise to them. - Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Saint John's Episcopal church and arrangements are in charge of the Bevan-Bricker funeral home of this city.  [Later issue mentions her burial in Calais, Maine.]


Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/10/1906, p1 - Killed In A Mine - The Sad Fate of Ex-Mayor Norman Rideout - The Community Shocked - The Details of a Fatal Accident That Created Sorrow Everywhere - The Funeral Tomorrow. - Norman Rideout, vice-president of the Rideout Bank in this city, and one of the most popular and energetic men in the northern section of the country, was killed in the Magalia mine, located about three and one half miles from Magalia, Butte county, on Sunday afternoon.  The news of his death has cast a gloom over the entire community, and nothing is heard from all classes, but words of sympathy for his beloved wife, parents and other relatives. - The first news received in this city was through a telephone message about 4:30 Sunday afternoon announcing that while he was in the sump of the mine a piece of rock became detached from the ceiling, which was sixteen feet high, fell, hitting him on the head and breaking the bones of one leg.  As he was thought to be seriously injured a request was made that Dr. Powell be sent at once to Magalia.  His friends telephoned to Chico to ascertain if any further particulars had been received, and notifying the bank officials that Dr. Powell had left for Chico on the evening train. - A telephone message was received later at the Appeal office, that his skull had been fractured and it was later ascertained that Mr. Fogg had dispatched a messenger from Oroville to Magalia to learn if his injuries were as serious as at first reported.  At 4:20 a telephone message was received from Oroville announcing that he had died at 4 o'clock. - From J. R. Trayner, who accompanied Dr. Powell to Magalia, an Appeal reporter learned the following particulars:  Mr. Rideout was in Gridley on Saturday afternoon attending to some business at the cannery.  He went to Chico where he remained over night.  He left Chico Sunday morning on the stage, arriving at the mine, which is twenty-four miles distant, about 12:30.  After lunch he transacted some business, and between 2 and 3 o'clock went down in the cage to the 500 foot level, with Foreman T. W. Finchley, to make an examination where the men had been building a new pump stage and a new sump; men were running crosscuts from the main shaft it being the intention to timber that portion yesterday. - They found the men at work, and the man working farthest in stepped out of the right hand corner when Mr. Rideout stepped in followed by Finchley.  A few seconds later Finchley saw the deceased look up, and immediately after he was hit himself, and was knocked to the ground, being stunned by the blow.  When he came to he found two men at work removing about a ton of bed rock from Mr. Rideout's body.  The latter was soon picked up.  He was found to be unconscious and was bleeding from a wound on the top of his head.  Finchley took him up in the cage to the surface and at once sent a messenger for Dr. Lowe to Magalia, and ordered a telephone message sent to Marysville, requesting that Dr. Powell be sent to the mine at once.  When Dr. Lowe arrived he found that the case was beyond human relief.  He died at 4 o'clock without recovering consciousness.  The Coroner of Butte county on learning of the facts waived rights for holding an inquest, and the remains were brought to Chico where they were taken in charge by Undertaker R. E. Bevan, and arrived in this city at 11 o'clock. - Dr. Powell states that there was no fracture of the skull, that both legs were broken, between the knee and ankle and that there was a scalp wound on the top and back of the head.  Death was caused by concussion of the brain and internal hemorrhage, caused by internal injuries. - When the deceased was struck first he must have fallen on his back, and then the bed rock piled on to his legs and chest. - When the news of the accident first reached the city a telegram was sent to San Francisco to notify his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Rideout.  His sister, Mrs. W. E. Briggs, was also notified in Sacramento and they arrived on the Oregon express. - The funeral will take place from the Presbyterian Church, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The interment will take place in the city cemetery. - The flag over the city hall was placed at half mast yesterday morning, as a mark of respect to his memory, as was also the Native Sons flag over Jefferson Hall. - The following is a brief sketch of the career of one of the most progressive, enterprising and popular citizens that Marysville has ever had: - Norman Abbott Rideout was the oldest son of N. D. Rideout, the well-known banker and capitalist, and was born in Camptonville October 14, 1859.  He came to this city to reside with his parents.  He was educated in the public schools of this city and graduated from the High School in 1876.  He attended an academy at Kents Hall, Maine, and remained a year.  Later he attended the University of California, and then made a trip to Europe with A. D. Starr and family in 1881.  On his return from Europe he decided to learn the banking business, and spent some time in the banks at Oroville, Sacramento and Gridley, in which his father was largely interested.  It was in January, 1885, that he went into partnership with his father in the Marysville bank, then known as the Rideout & Smith bank, but on November 1, 1890, was re-incorporated, and became the Rideout Bank, of which he became vice-president. - At the time of his death he was one of the directors of the Northern California Bank of Savings, vice-president of the Rideout, Smith & Co. Bank of Oroville, vice-president of the Magalia Mining Company, in which his father and J. B. Haggin are largely interested. - He was president of the Citrus Fair Committee, which carried on the most successful fair, commencing on January 14, 1891, that was ever held in California.  He was chairman of the executive committee of the Marysville Improvement Association, which gave to Marysville as a monument of its industry, Cortez Square. - He was Mayor of this city in 1892 and 1893, and had associated with him as councilmen some of the best and most progressive business men of the city.  He took an active interest in the many enterprises his father was connected with, and was besides a spirited citizen who had the best interests of the city of Marysville always at heart, and who was in the front rank of every movement that would benefit this section of the country. - He was married on June 17, 1886, to Miss Corinne Kimball, daughter of C. B. Kimball of this city. - He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Rideout, his sister, Mrs. Dr. W. E. Briggs of Sacramento, and a brother, Edward.  He joined Marysville Parlor, No. 6, N.S.G.W., in June, 1885, and served as treasurer for several years.  This was the only fraternal organization of which he ever was a member.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/11/1896, page 1 - The Funeral Today - Business Will be Generally Suspended This Afternoon - Seldom, if ever, has the death of any citizen brought forth such universal expressions of sympathy and deep regret as in the case of Ex-Mayor Norman A. Rideout, whose funeral will take place this afternoon.  The citizens could hardly realize at first that the messenger, Death, had snatched him so suddenly from their midst.  He had been foremost in every movement which was progressive, and when his hopes of carrying them to a success were brightest, his lamp of life was extinguished.  The citizens of all classes will join in paying a last mark of respect to this memory. - The remains will lie in state at his residence, No. 428 D street, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. this day and can be viewed by those wishing to do so between those hours. - The services will take place at the Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock, at the conclusion of which the cortege will move to the city cemetery, where the interment will be made. - There will be a general suspension of business in the afternoon to give all an opportunity to attend the services in the church, and accompany the remains to the cemetery. - Judge Davis announced last evening that the Superior Court would adjourn at noon to give all an opportunity to attend the funeral.  The public schools will also close at the noon hour. - The flags on both school buildings have been placed at the half mast, as he received his early education in the public schools of this city, and was a distinguished graduate of the High School. - The members of Marysville Parlor, No. 6, N.S.G.W., will attend the funeral in a body. - The Northern California Bank of Savings, with which he was prominently identified, will close at noon and remain closed for the remainder of the day, as will also the Decker, Jewett & Co. bank. - The Southern Pacific company's freight office and sheds will remain closed during the hours the services and interment take place. - The Empire Foundry and Harvester Works, of which he was secretary, closed down Monday morning, and work will not be resumed until to-morrow morning. - As the deceased was a stockholder in the Sperry Flour Milling company, the machinery in the mills will not be run to-day, and no business will be transacted, out of respect to his memory. - The bell at the City Hall will toll until the cortege arrives at the cemetery. - Friends and relatives are arriving from all parts of the State to do honor to the memory of one who was loved while living, and who is now mourned for in death. - Eight prominent citizens have been selected to act as pall bearers.


Marysville Daily Herald - Thurs 7/10/1856, p2 - Drowned - In Feather River, at Nicolaus, on the evening of July 5th, while bathing, Homer M. Rider from Bennington, Vermont, aged 24 years and 5 months. - The body was taken from the water on the morning of the 7th and buried at sun set on the Ranch of J. C. Haswell, Esq., by his friends of whom he had many, for none knew him but to love and esteem him.

RINEHART, ALLEN W. [aka A. W. Allen]

Democrat - 10/6/1919, p5 - Death of A. W. Allen - Arboga, Oct. 6 - A. W. Allen, 38, native of Missouri died at this place this morning.  Deceased is well known in the Arboga section where he is engaged in farming.

Democrat - 10/7/1919, p5 - Funeral of A. W. Allen - Funeral services for A. W. Allen, Arboga resident who died yesterday, will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock form his late residence, with Rev. Beasley of Yuba City Methodist church officiating.  Interment will be made in the Lofton cemetery by R. E. Bevan and Son.  Deceased was 38 and a native of Missouri.  He is the step-son of Isaac R. Rinehart, Violetta Rinehart of Arboga and E. R. Rinehart of Washington.

Appeal - 10/8/1919, p7 - Allen Funeral Today - Funeral services for A. W. Allen, who died in Arboga Monday, will be held today at the home, Rev. L. Beasley of Yuba City officiating.  R. E. Bevan and Son will have charge of the interment, which will be at Lofton cemetery.


Democrat - 1/17/1925, p4 - Anna Rinehart Dies At Ostrom Station Home - Yuba City, Jan. 17. - Anna Rinehart, died this morning at 2:30 o'clock at the John Morrison home at Ostrom Station.  She was aged 80 years and was a native of Pennsylvania.  She leaves her husband Marion Rinehart and a daughter Anna Rinehart and a son William Rinehart, who reside at Ostrom and another son Marion E. Rinehart, a resident of Elton, Oregon.  Funeral services will be held at the family home Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and interment will be made in the Lofton cemetery, under the direction of the Bevan-Bricker Funeral Home.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/17/1897, p4 - AWAY THIRTY-FOUR YEARS - J. R. RINES VISITS MARYSVILLE AFTER A LONG ABSENCE - J. R. Rines, a former resident of this city, who has been employed as a mail carrier in San Francisco for the past twenty-eight years, made the Appeal office a pleasant call yesterday morning. - He informed an Appeal reporter that he had been a house carpenter in this city for about ten years, his place of business being on C street where a portion of the Golden Eagle Hotel now stands.  On the 4th of July, 1862, he lost his left arm by the premature discharge of a cannon, and has not been in Marysville since the year following.  He recently won one of the Bulletin's prizes for the most popular carrier, and was given a trip to Oregon, for which place he will leave this morning.  His wife will accompany him on the trip. - The Appeal of July 6, 1862, gives the following account of the accident referred to: - "The only accident in this city and vicinity on the Fourth of which we have heard were the explosion of an anvil at Smartsville, by which one man was severely bruised, and the premature discharge of a cannon while our national salute was being fired at sunset.  By this untoward accident J. R. Rines, a carpenter and an industrious man, was so severely wounded that amputation of his left arm was deemed necessary and the limb was taken off yesterday afternoon, just below the elbow, by Drs. Watts, Mitchell and Wilkins. - Another man, Riggins by name, who was assisting Rines in ramming home the charge, was injured, his face and hands being badly burned, so that one of his eyes is destroyed, and the other is supposed to be partially so; and his right hand was so badly lacerated that the amputation of the fingers was found to be necessary.  The operation was performed by Drs. Harrington and Watts.  Riggins has a wife and family and a subscription paper was circulated around town yesterday for their benefit and that of Rines, by W. T. Ellis and James Haworth, whose calls upon our citizens were very liberally responded to in the sum of $800.  Messrs. Haworth and Ellis deserve great credit for the zeal with they manifested in their humane work." - Mr. Rines spent yesterday called on some of the pioneer citizens.  He was delighted with  the "new" Marysville, composed of handsome buildings, well kept yards and streets that would be a credit to any city in the state.  He will spend a few days more in this city on his return from Oregon as he is anxious to meet his old friend L. B. Ayer who was connected with the Appeal during his residence in this city.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/13/1899, p4 - DEATH OF AN OLD-TIMER - Joshua R. Rines, a pioneer resident of Marysville, died at his home in San Francisco, where he was employed as letter carrier for many years, last Tuesday.  The deceased was born in Nova Scotia in 1834, and arrived in California in 1856, making his home in Marysville.  The old residents will remember that while firing a salute in this city on July 4, 1861, in honor of the capture of Fort Donelson, he had one of his arms shot off.  He went to San Francisco after he had recovered from the accident, and there obtained employment as a mail carrier.  He visited this city a few years ago, accompanied by his wife, who survives him.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/30/1908, p4 - DIED:  Rines - In this city, October 29, 1908, John K. Rines, a native of Maine, aged 67 years.  Funeral arrangements hereafter.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/30/1908, p8 - JOHN K. RINES DIES AT THE COUNTY HOSPITAL - John K. Rines died at the county hospital yesterday shortly after noon, and the remains have been taken in charge of Kelly Brothers.  The deceased was a native of Maine and aged 67 years.  He leaves a son, Charles Rines, who is employed at the round-house of the Southern Pacific company at Fresno. - The deceased was a resident of Brownsville, from which place he came to the hospital here.  He was a teamster by occupation.


Marysville Appeal - 4/7/1923, p5 - Death of S. A. Ringle - Yuba City, April 6. - Simon Allen Ringle, a former resident of Sutter county in former years, and a nephew of Mrs. H. J. Keesy of this place, died on March 20 in Fairgrove, Michigan, according to word received here.  Ringle returned here on a visit about two years ago.  He first came to Sutter county about 25 years ago.  He was a Mason and an Odd Fellow.


1/21/1917 - Former Resident Dies in Vallejo - News has been received here of the death in Vallejo this day of Charles Ripley Jackson, former resident of Marysville and a pioneer of California.  He was also a Civil War veteran. - Ripley came to California in 1868 and took up his residence in Marysville in the early 70s.  He was engaged in the plastering business here for years. - Ripley retired from business several years ago and at the time of his death was interested in farming lands in Lassen county. - He was 79 years old and was the father of Charles A., Harry S. and Chester W. Ripley.  The body was cremated in Oakland yesterday morning.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed. 3/29/1905, p1 - Mrs. Ripley Is Called Beyond - Deceased Lived in Marysville for Nearly Half a Century - Mrs. Lao C. Ripley, the beloved wife of Charles C. Ripley and daughter of Mrs. A. P. Barnes, died at 5:30 yesterday morning at her home in San Francisco.  She was stricken with paralysis while eating her dinner on Sunday and never rallied. - The deceased was a native of Missouri, 58 years old, and had been a resident of California since she was six years of age, living nearly all the time in Marysville.  She leaves a husband, three sons, one daughter, Mrs. F. E. Curry and her aged mother, Mrs. A. P. Barnes, to mourn her demise.  She had a large number of friends and acquaintances in this city, all of whom heard of the announcement of her death with deep regret. - Undertaker R. E. Bevan was notified to take charge of the remains on their arrival from San Francisco, and take them to the home of Mrs. A. P. Barnes at 422 Fourth street.  The funeral announcement will be made as soon as her husband arrives. - - p.4 - Died:  In San Francisco, March 28, 1905, Lao C. Ripley, the beloved wife of Charles J. Ripley, and daughter of Mrs. A. P. Barnes, a native of Missouri, aged 58 years. Funeral notice hereafter.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/31/1905, p1 - Ladies Assist In Last Rites - Remains of Mrs. Ripley Are Tenderly Laid to Rest With Impressive Ceremonies - Mrs. Lao C. Ripley, the beloved wife of Charles J. Ripley, who died in San Francisco, was laid at rest yesterday afternoon in the city cemetery. - The services were held at 2:30 in the Masonic hall, under the auspices of Fidelia Chapter, No. 56, Order of Eastern Star, of Yuba City, and were also attended by many members of Marysville Chapter, No. 55. - The beautiful ritual was read by Mrs. Maud Boyd, the Worthy Matron, by Rev. J. Charles Rhodes, the Chaplain, and by L. H. Woodworth, the Patron.  The officers of Fidelia Chapter also took part and placed emblems in the shape of floral offerings on the casket. - The following choir rendered sweet music:  Sol Lewek, Mrs. Geo. H. Baird, Dan Sharp, Mrs. M. T. Brittan, Mrs. A. J. Menz and Miss Edith Featherly, organist. - They sang "Rock of Ages," "Asleep in Jesus," and some other well known hymns.  Mrs. Geo. H. Baird rendered a solo at the conclusion of the services. - The following members of the Commandery acted as pall bearers:  J. Fred Eastman, R. G. Stanwood, George Holland, A. H. Hewitt, A. J. Menz and Thomas Chase. - The services were concluded at the city cemetery, after which a good woman was laid at rest.  - The deceased taught in the public schools of this city for a number of years.


Marysville Herald - 4/5/1851, p3 - Died:  At Yuba City, on the morning of the 31st March, Mary Missouri, daughter of Elvy and Martha Jane Risley, aged 4 years, one month and twenty days.  The community at large sympathize deeply with the bereaved parents, in the loss of this interesting child.  She was in all things lovely, and by her cheerful, affectionate disposition, her true gentleness, won all hearts to her.  Truly "Death loves a shining mark."


Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/16/1966, p12 - Obituaries:  Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow for Romeo S. Rivera, 23, of Yuba City, who died Sunday at Sutter County Hospital from injuries suffered in an automobile accident Aug. 2. - Rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock tonight at Ullrey Memorial Chapel.  Requiem Mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a.m. at St. Isidore's Catholic Church.  Interment will be in Sutter Cemetery. - Survivors, besides his wife, Amelia, include two sons, Jessie and Arthur Rivera; two daughters, Irene and Dora Rivera; and his mother, Mrs. Eva Salazar.  All of Yuba City.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/25/1890, p2 - Deaths - In Mooney Flat, Nevada county, March 23d, Nathaniel E. Robbins, a native of Devonshire, England, aged 42 years. - Funeral at Smartsville, under the auspices of Fredonia Lodge, No. 183, I.O.O.F., this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/25/1890, p3 - A Miner's Fatal Fall:  He Plunges Headforemost Down a Shaft - (Correspondence of the Appeal.)  Smartsville, March 23d. - Nathaniel E. Robbins fell down the shaft of the Ayres mine at Mooney Flat to-day, a distance of fifty feet.  Falling headforemost, he received injuries from which he died 3 1/2 hours later. - Mr. Robbins was a brother of Mrs. Peardon of this place.  He had a family - wife and three children - residing in Nevada City.  He was a member of the Odd Fellows' lodge of this place, and that society has taken charge of his remains.  The deceased will be buried in the Fraternal cemetery here on Tuesday.


Appeal - 10/13/1875, p2 - Died:  Near Smartsville, October 12th, Charles D. Roberts, aged 37 yrs, 7 mos and 18 dys.


Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/29/1915, p1 - W. E. Roberts, a pioneer resident of Yuba County, died at his home near Camptonville, at an early hour Wednesday morning.  Deceased, who was 65 years of age, has been ill for some time, due from a complication of diseases, and knowing that he was rapidly failing and about to die at any moment, he prepared his business and designated what was to be done with him after death.  Interment will be made at Camptonville.  The deceased is quite well known in this section of Yuba County, where he has resided for many years.


Oroville Daily Register – 6/30/1911, Pg. 6 – DROWNED AT BRANDY CITY – BRANDY CITY, June 28. ---While swimming in the big reservoir at Scales, six miles from here, yesterday morning, Alfred Robertson was seized with cramps and drowned before his companions could reach him. Robertson, with three others was swimming in the reservoir. Suddenly with a cry for help, he sank, and all efforts of his comrades to aid him were futile. The body was recovered within half an hour. The reservoir was dragged. The dead man was the son of John Robertson, of Strawberry Valley. Coroner Mayer came in from Downieville and held an inquest.  (B. S.) 

Mountain Messenger – 7/01/1911, Pg3 – Accidental Drowning – Alfred Robinson [ Robertson ], a resident of Strawberry Valley, who has been working at Scales for some time past, was accidently drowned in one of the Brandy City reservoirs last Tuesday afternoon. Robinson [Robertson] and three companions went for a swim in the reservoir and after they had been in the water for some time. Robinson’s [Robertson’s] friends went on shore and begun to dress, Robinson [Robertson] remaining in the water. He is supposed to have been attacked by cramps and before anything could be done to save him he sank from sight. The body was recovered after much labor and a coroner’s jury empanelled by Coroner Mayer, after hearing the evidence adduced, brought in a verdict of accidental death. Robinson [Robertson] was born and raised in Strawberry Valley and at the time of his death was aged 42 years. He was married but, it is rumored, had lately had some domestic trouble and was separated from his wife. He also leaves other relatives in Strawberry Valley and the body was taken there for burial.  (B. S.)


Appeal Democrat – 08/15/1988, p. A-7 – Vitals – Obituaries – Harry H. Robertson – Funeral services are pending at Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel for Harry Howard Robertson, 79, of Olivehurst, who died Aug. 14, 1988, at Rideout Hospital.


Oroville Daily Register – 1/08/1923 – Pg. 1 – J. H. ROBERTSON DIES AT AGE OF 82 – J. H. Robertson of Oro Vista, a pioneer resident of Butte County, died at his home here yesterday. Robertson had lived in California since 1863. For thirty-five years he was proprietor of the Strawberry Valley hotel. He was a native of Pennsylvania and was 82 years of age. The deceased is survived by a wife and son, Emile, both of Oroville. Funeral services will be held at the home, and will be private. The body will be shipped to San Francisco for cremation.  (B. S.)


Appeal - 9/12/1907, p1 - Wm. C. Robertson Was Buried Yesterday - The funeral of the late William C. Robertson took place at 10 o'clock yesterday morning from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. - The Rev. Needham of the Methodist church in Yuba City officiated at the parlors and at the Marysville cemetery, where the interment took place. - Misses Angela and Phoebe Bevan furnished the music, which was very appropriate.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/25/1884, p2 - Died From His Wounds - Nevada City, November 24th. - Captain E. Robins, of Newtown, who last week fell from a mining trestle, died this morning from the effects of the wounds.  He was a native of Pennsylvania and aged 78.  He was one of the first settlers, coming to California in '49.


Sacramento Bee – 6/03/1946 Pg 7 – Died – In this city, August W. Robinson, husband of the late Jane V. Robinson, loving father of Edison E. Robinson of Richmond, Mrs. Elizabeth Merian of La Porte, Mrs. Pearl J. Fourness of Sacramento, and Mrs. Silvia Rardin of San Francisco; a native of California, aged 82 years. Friends are welcome at the house of Miller & Skelton, 1015 Twentieth Street until 8:30 p.m. this evening, and are respectfully invited to attend the funeral at the Strawberry Valley Cemetery, Yuba County, Tuesday at 2 p.m. (B.S.)


Marysville Appeal - Wed 7/14/1915, p4 - Alcoholism Was Cause of Death - Frank Robinson, a familiar character about Marysville for years, dropped dead yesterday morning at Ninth and C streets, about 9 o'clock.  The body was taken in charge by Coroner Kelly and an autopsy yesterday afternoon by Dr. Everett Gray disclosed the fact that death was due to the excessive use of alcohol. - Robinson was well known around Marsville [sic], having lived here for the past forty years.  He was about sixty years old.  The body is at the mortuary chapel of Kelly brothers.


Daily Appeal – 6/23/1863 – Death of a Marysville Boy – H. A. Charles, Secretary of the California Stage Co., has received a letter informing him of the death of Frank M. Robinson, his brother in law. He was badly wounded in the terrible battle of Champion Hill, during the first assault on Vicksburg, May 16th, and died on the 27th of the same month. In that assault his regiment, the 24th Iowa, lost 201 men out of 415 with which they went into the fight. Frank was a clerk in the Marysville Post office in 1857, being then but a mere boy. He showed his patriotism by joining the three months men when the war broke out, and when his term of enlistment expired by enlisting “for the war.” Mr. Charles lost an own brother recently in the National army.  (B. S.)


Oroville Register – 8/13/1896 – CLIPPER MILLS – Death has again visited our little town and taken one whose friends were legion. Godfrey Robinson whose long illness we have mentioned before, passed away last Monday morning at the home of Charles Adams. He was born at Sawmill Flat, Plumas county, and was but a little past 24 years old. Mr. Robinson was a man whose upright, manly character won for him a warm place in the affections of his friends and his reputation was such as any young man would be proud to possess. For several years Mr. Robinson had made his home with Chas. Adams and family and when his last illness came upon him he received the deepest proof of their friendship in loving care and nursing. His funeral took place from their home last Tuesday. The body was interred in Brownsville, friends and relatives going down there to perform the last solemn rites.  (B. S.)


Democrat - 11/9/1892, p4 - Died:  In Yuba City, November 8th, James C. Robinson, a native of Illinois, age 48 years, 1 month and 17 days.  Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence in Yuba City, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.


Democrat - Mon 3/28/1892, p4 - A Sudden Death - An Old Settler Dies Suddenly in a Restaurant - About 7:30 Saturday evening James H. Robinson entered Crowley's restaurant, on Maiden lane, between Second and Third streets, and ordered his supper, but before he had finished eating he began coughing and was seen by the proprietor to lean heavily on the table as if he was suffering great pain.  Mr. Crowly despatched for a physician, and before the latter arrived Robinson was dead. - Coroner Bevan took charge of the body, and removed it to his office on D street.  On searching his pockets the Coroner found a number of receipts for assessments paid on stock in the Sutter Canning Co.; a number of notes and certificates of deposit on the Decker, Jewett & Co. bank, aggregating $2,800. - On one of the leaves of a small memorandum book in his pocket was found the following words:  "This is to certify that I give up the ghost, and my names is Dennis.  J. H. Robinson." - The foregoing note set the theory of suicide afloat, and it was soon spread about town that it was a case of self destruction from poisoning.  The note, however, undoubtedly, expressed the sentiments of the deceased, as he had frequently expressed the belief that his days were numbered and the end was near.  Of late he had also complained considerable of severe pains about his chest. - Deceased came to Yuba county about the year 1853, and for many years worked at the Briggs orchard, about three miles above this city.  When this property was abandoned he went to work for John Briggs, in Sutter county, and helped to set out the large orchard now owned by the Sutter Orchard Co., and managed by C. N. Tharsing.  About six or eight years ago he set out the handsome orchard situated one mile northwest of Yuba City, which he sold to Henry Racklebush, who subsequently sold it to G. W. Peacock. - In 1863 deceased made several thousand dollars speculating in barley, which he bought and stored in a building then situated opposite the present location of the Democrat office.  This money he saved until the past year or two, during which time he squandered considerable in strong drink. - Dr. Powell held an autopsy on the body this morning, and ascertained that death was caused by fatty degeneration of the heart. - Coroner Bevan held an inquest this afternoon, and the jury found the result of death to be in accordance with the facts presented by Dr. Powell.

ROBINSON, JANIE V. (Mrs. August Wenzel Robinson) 

Mountain Messenger – 12/14/1901 – Died – ROBINSON – At Strawberry Valley, Yuba County, Cal., Nov. 28th, 1901, Mrs. A. W. Robinson, daughter of Mrs. N. Mullen of Onion Valley; aged 30 years, 10 mos, 11 days.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)


Daily Appeal - Sat 5/9/1908, p1 - Many Attend Funeral of Vesta Robinson - The funeral of Vesta Robinson, the 12-year-old daughter of Ben Robinson, took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Mt. Olivet church on Sixth street.  The funeral was largely attended by friends and neighbors. - Rev. W. A. Magett officiated at the church and at the city cemetery, where the interment took place. - The pallbearers were Edwin Williams, Ruth Williams, Sybil Churchill, Leah Kingsbury, Mabel Vernon and Margaret Smith.


Marysville Democrat - 8/4/1920 p 5 - Rockholdt Funeral - Funeral services of the late R. M. Rockholdt will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Bevan Home No. 515 Fifth street in Marysville instead of the Odd Fellows Hall, as at first announced.  The services will be conducted by the officers and members of the Yuba City Lodge of Odd Fellows No. 185.  J. D. Beck will officiate a Noble Grand.  The interment will be in the family plot in the Yuba [City] cemetery.  Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the obsequies.


Appeal Democrat - 4/22/1942, p3 - Rockwell Funeral Held - Funeral services for Harry H. Rockwell, who died suddenly at his Olivehurst district home Sunday, were held this afternoon at Sierra View Memorial park mausoleum, with R. C. Pegler officiating.  Friends acted as  pallbearers.  Arrangements were made by Lipp & Sullivan, with cremation taking place following the services.


Appeal Democrat- 3/19/2001- Mildred C. Rodda - Mildred C. Rodda, 88, of Loma Rica died March 15, 2001, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. - Born in Wolfe, she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 51 years. She was a cattle and dairy rancher for 65 years. -  Survivors include a son, Jess A. Rodda of Loma Rica; two sisters, Leta Cooper of Patasakla, Ohio and Annie Ingram of Halfway, Oregon; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert L. Rodda. - A graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Peoria Cemetery in Browns Valley, with the Rev. Brad Weniger of Bible Baptist Church of Marysville officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan Chapel. (submitted by R. Richardson)


Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 1/24/1904, p4 - Died:  In Wheatland, January 22, 1904, Hugh Roddan, a native of Scotland, aged 81 years, 6 months and 15 days. - The funeral and interment will take place in Wheatland at 2 o'clock this afternoon.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 2/20/1875, p2 - Died:  In this city, February 19th, Louizia Rodriges, aged 28 years. - Funeral this morning at 10 o'clock from St. Joseph's


Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/28/1913, p5 - Aged Man Dies - Ben T. Rogers died yesterday morning at the county hospital at the advanced age of seventy-five years.  He was a native of Wisconsin.  He will be buried today in the city cemetery by Kelly Brothers.


Evening Democrat - 2/16/1916, p1 - Former Resident Died In Oroville - Mrs. Linda E. Rogers, a pioneer resident of this community, and a well-known former Marysville resident, is reported dead at Oroville.  The deceased was 72 years of age, and was a native of Poland, Maine, coming to California sixty years ago.  She resided at Marysville and Forbestown for a number of years.  Deceased no doubt will be remembered by a number of the older residents of this city.


Daily Appeal – 4/23/1878, Pg. 3 – Death of a Pioneer – William N. Rogers died at his residence in this city, on Sunday morning, April 20th, at 1:30 o’clock, aged 53 years and eight months. The deceased was born in Winchester county, Virginia, August 21st, 1824. When six years old his parents emigrated to Hillsborough, Ohio, and at an early age the subject of this sketch entered the Ohio Medical College from which he graduated with honors when quite young, , an many years after practiced his profession. In the spring of 1854 Dr. Rogers came to California, and settled on the Honcut, about 12 miles north of this city, where he entered largely into the cattle trade, and amassed a competency. But during the last ten years the deceased has been a terrible sufferer from palsy, during which he has received the greatest attention from his devoted wife, as well as his many friends.  Dr. Rogers in his business intercourse was honorable, upright and just, and and his old neighbors on the Honcut speak of him as a gentleman of culture, refined taste, and unswerving integrity. His funeral took place yesterday from St. John’s Church, the Right Reverend Bishop Wingfield, of the Northern District, officiating. The profession from the Church to the City Cemetery was imposing, a large number of sympathizing friends being present from the Honcut. The following citizens acted as pall-bearers: C. C. Harrington, M. G. Strain, L. J. Ashford, Wm. G. Murphy, Newton Sewell, James Traynor, Thomas H. Steel and William M. Ball.


Sacramento Daily Record-Union – 11/22/1865 – A Fatal Accident – The Marysville Appeal, says it’s correspondent writes that while Hiram Rollins and James Miller were sleeping in a house at Eagleville, in Yuba county, on the night of the wind storm --- a large sugar pine tree fell across the cabin, killing Hiram Rollins instantly. His body was mashed completely into the ground, and could not be got out until the next morning, on account of the terrible gale that was blowing at the time. Miller escaped uninjured, although badly scared, his feet being only two feet from where the tree struck. Rollins was a native of Wisconsin, and emigrated to California in 1852, and has been living in that vicinity the greater part of the time ever since.  (B. S.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/7/1899, p 4 - Died:  In Smartsville, December 5th, Mrs. Mary Rooney, a native of New York City, aged 43 years, 4 months and 18 days. - The funeral will take place from the Catholic Church, Smartsville, this morning.

Daily Appeal – 12/07/1899, p. 1 – DEATH OF MRS. ROONEY. – After an illness of only a few hours duration the spirit of Mrs. Mary E. Rooney passed away last evening a few minutes before 5 o’clock.  On Monday night Mrs. Rooney retired in her usual good health and cheerfulness, but on arising yesterday morning complained to her son of not feeling well and soon thereafter passed into a comatose state.  The doctor was summoned and at once pronounced her case hopeless, and that her death might be expected in a few hours.  She sank rapidly and the end came at the hour above mentioned.  The deceased was an earnest church worker, and one of the most industrious and generously disposed women that ever claimed residence in this place.  Her death is greatly deplored.  Mrs. Rooney was born in New York in July, 1850 [sic].  She leaves to mourn her loss, besides a son, a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. Sanders, two brothers, John and Charles, and one sister, Miss Annie, of San Francisco.  The funeral will take place Thursday. – GLEANER. – Smartsville, Dec. 6th.

Daily Appeal – 12/08/1899, p. 4 – DUST TO DUST. – The Mortal Remains of the Late Mrs. Rooney Laid to Rest. – The funeral of the late Mrs. E. Rooney, took place in Smartsville yesterday, and in spite of the threatening weather was well attended.  The services were conducted by Rev. Father Twomey, both at the church and at the Catholic cemetery where the interment took place.  Many handsome floral pieces were placed on the casket as a last tribute from the friends and relatives of the deceased. – The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers:  A. Wheaten, Robt. Beatty, T. R. Lee, Dan’l Cain, John Burns and W. W. Priestly. – The deceased was a member of the Smartsville Lodge of Chosen Friends, in which order she carried an insurance of $2,000.


Daily Democrat – 01/14/1903, p. 5 – DEATH OF CHARLEY ROSCOE. – A Bright Young Man Suddenly Called From Earthly Scenes. – Charles M. Roscoe died yesterday afternoon at the home of his parents in Marysville township, about nine miles from town, after a brief illness of diphtheria.  He was a native of Yuba county, aged 22 years, and leaves, besides his parents, two sisters and a brother and many friends to mourn. – The funeral took place this afternoon from the late residence of deceased, interment being in the city cemdtery [sic].  Rev. A. G. Hunt officiated at the grave.  Owing to the nature of the malady the funeral was private.


Marysville Daily Appeal – May 26, 1882 – Died – At Eagleville, May 24th, Col. R. H. Rose, aged 76 years, I month and 24 days. (Virginia and Illinois papers please copy).  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)

Weekly Mercury (Oroville) – 6/02/1882, Pg. 3 – DEATH AND BURIAL OF A PIONEER _ WINTHROP HOUSE, MAY 28th, 1882 – The burial of Colonel Robert H. Rose ,of Eagleville, Yuba county, took place at Strawberry Valley at 2 p.m. to-day. The old gentlemen was well cared for during his short illness, and after death his remains were consigned to the grave by a large number of his old neighbors. He has for many years been an inhabitant of Yuba county, and was much respected by all who knew him. He was born in the state of Virginia in the year 1806, and while yet a young man moved to Illinois where he spent many years of usefulness. He was a pioneer of California, where his remains now rest. The following gentlemen were pall bearers: Edward McIntosh, Thomas K. Merrill, David S. Baxter, , Thomas S. Feeney,  John Feeney and James A. Feeney. J. F.  (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)

Weekly Appeal- 6/02/1882, Pg. 4 – Another Pioneer Gone. --- A correspondent at Strawberry Valley, under date of May 25th, writes as follows: “To-day the people of our community were called together to consign to their last resting place the remains of Colonel Hamilton Rose, a native of Virginia, who came to California at a very early day, and has been a resident – of Eagleville, near this place, for about nineteen years. The deceased held the office of Justice of the Peace for several years, and was highly esteemed by all his neighbors. His illness ( pneumonia ) was of short duration, and all the attention that kind neighbors could bestow was rendered to make his last days comfortable. Having outlived the allot-(t)ed three score and ten ( being in his 77th year ) he departed this life amid the regrets of the whole community. His funeral was largely attended, notwithstanding the weather was unpropitious. A short burial discourse was read by C. T. Prindle, and David Baxter, Thomas Feeney, Edward McIntosh, James Feeney, jr., Thomas Merrill and John Feeney, jr., acted as pall bearers. (B.S.)


Appeal - 6/28/1899, p3 - Died:  At Erle, Yuba county, June 27th, the infant daughter of W. B. Rose, aged 4 months. - The funeral will take place from the parents residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.


Daily Appeal - Tue 7/12/1910, p1 & 8 - Pioneer Mother Is Called By Death:  Woman Who Was Very Widely Known:  Husband Came To California Over Seventy Years Ago and Owned Large Grant - Another pioneer mother has passed away, Mrs. Virginia Rose, whose death occurred in San Francisco June 8th.  She was the relict of John Rose, one of California's earliest and best known pioneers. - In fact John Rose was a resident of California before his wife was born, he having come to the state the same year, 1837. - At one time he was one of the largest land holders in California, being proprietor of Roses rancho, a Mexican grant embracing a tract nine miles square and including all the lands from the Yuba river on the north to Johnson's rancho on the south and from the present Nevada county line on the east to Linda township on the west. - Native of Virginia - Mrs. Rose was a native of Richmond, Virginia, born September 28, 1837, and a member of one of the most exclusive of the F.F.V.'s, a daughter of Judge Ezekial Daugherty, one of the early California justices whose reputation for quaint though just rulings are household legend. - Judge Daugherty arrived in Marysville in the spring of 1850 and removed that fall to Rose Bar, then a thriving settlement on the Yuba river near the present site of Smartsville. - His family followed him west in 1853 by way of the isthmus and in the spring of 1857, John Rose and Virginia Daugherty were wedded in the historic mining camp named for her industrious husband, as was Rose Bar township and Rose Bar school district. - She has been a resident of Rose Bar township ever since, and was on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Bates, in San Francisco, and apparently enjoying the best of health when she was stricken with appoplexy [sic] which caused her death the same day. - Refined and Cultured - She was a refined and cultured lady of antebellum days, and possessed rare gifts of mind and grace of body.  An avidious reader, which a retentive mind, and an excellent and witty conversationalist her company was sought by young and old alike. - A woman of deep religious convictions she was a devout member of the Episcopalian church, but above all she was a faithful wife and devoted mother, and leaves to mourn her loss two sons and two daughters, Mrs. L. B. Bates of San Francisco and Mrs. Chas. Burris of Browns' Valley, Frank Rose of Stockton and Oscar John Rose of Smartsville. - The interment took place in the family plot at Smartsville the following friends acting as pall bearers:  E. D. Hapgood, W. L. Newbert, W. B. Jeffrey and John Mogonigal [sic]. - A choir consisting of Miss Kate Bach, Mrs. W. B. Jeffrey and J. H. Warne rendered appropriate music.  Kelly brothers conducted the funeral.


Appeal Democrat - Wed 9/3/1986 - Obituaries:  Services were held today in Pennsylvania for former Wheatland resident William J. Roseman, 17, who died Aug. 30, 1986, in North Carolina after a sudden illness. - Roseman was born at Beale Air Force Base Hospital and attended Bear River Elementary and Wheatland High schools before moving with his family to North Carolina after his sophomore year in high school. - He is survived by his parents, George and Elaine Roseman of North Carolina; two brothers, Philip C. Roseman of Beale and George "Joe" Roseman, stationed aboard the Navy carrier the U. S. S. Forrestal; a sister, Sandra L. Dickens of Wheatland; his paternal grandparents, George and Mildred Roseman of Pennsylvania; and his maternal grandmother, Janine Barbillon of France.


Appeal Democrat – 10/30/1942 – Sons Bear Casket – Funeral services were being held this afternoon for Alvin G. Roundtree of Yuba county, with six sons bearing the casket to the grave in Sierra View memorial park. Rev. Ernest Hasselblad of the Baptist church was the minister, the rites being held in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel, with many friends attending.  (B. S.)


Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/29/1966, p4 - Obituaries:  William Rowbal, 51, of 5925 Garden Ave., Marysville, died Saturday at the Yuba General Hospital. - He was a native of Nebraska.  A laborer, he was a veteran of World War II. - Survivors include a son, William of San Jose; two daughters, Mrs. Carol Ettleman of Concord and Mrs. Marilyn Gilliam of San Francisco; and two sisters, a Mrs. Wygent of Nebraska and Mrs. Lee Cummings of Phoenix, Ariz. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.


Daily Appeal – 10/09/1910, p1 – PASSING AWAY OF A. B. ROWE – Ace Bernard Rowe, aged 67 years, died at the family residence at Oregon House yesterday. Mr. Rowe was a carpenter by trade and a member of the Baptist church. He was a widower and is survived by an only son, A. J. Rowe residing at Lewiston, Me. The remains are at Kelly Bros. undertaking parlors awaiting funeral arrangements. (B.S.)


Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/27/1907, p4 - Died - Rowe - Near Brown's Valley, Yuba county, September 26, 1907, Mrs. Alameda Rowe, a native of Ohio, aged 85 years, one month and eight days.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/27/1907, p5 - Mrs. Alameda Rowe Dies at Browns Valley - Yuba City, Sept 26. - Public Administrator P. W. Rowe of this place received word today that his mother, Mrs. Alameda Rowe, died at 3:30 o'clock this morning at the home of her son in Brown's Valley.  The deceased was a native of Ohio, aged 85 years, 1 month and 8 days.  She leaves five sons and three daughters as follows:  P. W. Rowe of this county, David L. Rowe of Indian Territory, John S. Rowe of Colorado, Ezekel and Daniel Rowe of this state.  Mrs. Henry Jones of Iowa, Mrs. J. R. Jones of Nebraska, and Mrs. J. R. Harding of Brown's Valley.  The deceased has visited here several times and made many friends. - The funeral will take place at 2 p.m. Friday from the Peoria church.  Interment in Peoria cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/28/1907, p8 - Mrs. Rowe's Funeral Took Place Yesterday - The funeral of Mrs. Alameda Rowe took place yesterday afternoon, the funeral cortege leaving the home of her son, Daniel Rowe, thence to Peoria church, where the services were held by the Rev. L. E. Cole of the United Brethren church of Bangor, at 2 o'clock. - Interment took place in the Peoria cemetery.  The pallbearers were J. W. Beme, J. F. Sperbeck, W. H. Richards and George Thomas.


Marysville Appeal - 2/6/1926, p8 - Another Civil War Veteran Passes On - Funeral services for the late Francis M. Row, 82 years old, and a resident of Marysville, will be held Monday morning in the Lipp and Sullivan chapel.  Interment will be made in the G.A.R. plot in the Marysville cemetery. - Row passed away yesterday afternoon in his home, 1126 Eleventh street, this city.  He was a native of Illinois and came to California 20 years ago.  He resided in Marysville for three years. - Surviving him are, a son, F. M. Row, Jr., a daughter, Betty M. Row and two brothers, all residing in Illinois.

Marysville Appeal - 2/9/1926, p5 - Francis Rowe Buried - Burial rites for Francis M. Rowe were held yesterday in the chapel of Lipp and Sullivan with Rev. B. F. Butts officiating.  Interment was made in the Marysville cemetery.  Appropriate hymns were sung by Mrs. Cecil Ormiston, accompanied by Mrs. E. F. Monson on the organ.

Marysville Appeal - 3/13/1926, p1 - Estate of Late Francis M. Rowe Valued At $950. - Petition for letters of administration in the estate of the late Francis M. Row were filed in Superior court of Yuba county yesterday on behalf of Thomas L. Jordan.  Francis Row died February 5, 1926, and left an estate valued at approximately $950. - There are two legatees, a son and daughter. The former is R. H. Row, of Fairfield, Iowa, and the latter Nettie S. Row, of Nokomis, Illinois.  Both have signed power of attorney in favor of Jordan.


Sacramento Bee January 16, 1862 - Died Jan 14th Wallace F. ROWE eldest son of George ROWE, aged 23yrs 7mos (R.T.)


Appeal Democrat – 06/30/1955 – OBITUARIES – ROWLAND—Funeral services for Ira Rowland will be conducted in the First Christian church in Wheatland tomorrow at 2 p.m.  Interment will be in Wheatland cemetery.  Lipp & Sullivan Chapel is in charge of arrangements.


Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/22/1966, p14 - Obituaries:  Hubert Roy, 43, a transient, was pronounced dead at Yuba General Hospital yesterday after he suffered a convulsion in his cell at the city jail, according to Marysville police. - Roy, who was serving a sentence on a drunk charge, died apparently from natural causes, but an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of his death, the Yuba County Sheriff-Coroner's Office said. - Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Bessie Duncan of Tyler, Tex. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.

Appeal Democrat - Wed 8/24/1966, p30 - Obituaries:  Funeral services will be conducted in Tyler, Tex., for Hubert Roy, 44, who died Sunday in Marysville.  Services will be handled by Brooks-Sterling Mortuary in Tyler, Tex.  Hutchison's Colonial Chapel was in charge of arrangements here.


Marysville Appeal - Sat 1/10/1925, p5 - Mrs. Mary Royatt Is Laid To Rest - Last sad rites for Mrs. Mary Royatt, former resident of Dobbins, who died at her Yuba City home several days ago, were said at the little Catholic church of the foothill community yesterday by Rev. D. J. O'Conovan of Oroville.  Hymns were sung by Mesdames E. A. Cutter, M. F. Joslyn ad Frank Harding, the latter acting as accompanist at the organ. - Interment took place in the Dobbins cemetery with the following acting as casketbearers:  Frank Harding, D. B. Ruth, George Harrison, Sam Harrison, R. F. Munday, George Colton and John Gibson.  Lipp & Sullivan had charge of the funeral.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 7/3/1906, p1 - Death of Mrs. Lugrina Rubel - A Resident of Marysville Township Dies After Brief Illness - Mrs. Lugrina Rubel, beloved wife of Otto Rubel, died at 3:30 o'clock Sunday morning at her home in Marysville Township, after a brief illness. - The deceased formerly resided in Watsonville, was a sister of Edgar Lewis and had resided in this vicinity for the past ten years. - She was a native of Alabama, aged 50 years, 4 months and 24 days.  She was a member of Eastern Star No. 55. She also leaves one sister to mourn her demise.  She was a most estimable lady, with a large circle of friends, by all of whom her death will be regretted. - The funeral will take place from her late home at the Edgar Lewis ranch in Marysville Township, at 10 o'clock this morning.  Interment will be in the family plot in the Watsonville Cemetery.


The Daily Democrat - Sat 10/10/1896, p4 - The Tomb - In this city, October 9, 1896, Ada, the infant daughter of George and Margaret Ruff, aged 2 months. - Funeral took place from the residence of the parents, Twelfth and Sansome streets; this afternoon at 4 o'clock.


Daily Appeal - 3/13/1874, p2 - Died:  In this city, March 12th, Augusta, daughter of John and Sophia Ruff, aged 1 year, 2 months and 29 days. - Funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock from residence, corner Fifth and I streets.  Friends are invited to attend.


Daily Appeal - 1/7/1907, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. Cassandra Ruff - A large number of friends gathered on Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Cassandra Ruff, who died at Rackerby from the effects of a severe attack of la grippe, says the Oroville Register.  The services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Andrews, and the many beautiful floral offerings testified to the respect which those who had known Mrs. Ruff felt for her and their sympathy for the family which she had left.  The interment was in the cemetery at Upham.  Mrs. Ruff was 61 years of age at the time of her demise, and leaves a family consisting of her husband and nine grown children.


Daily Appeal - Thu 5/6/1880, p2 - Died:  In this city, May 4th, Jennie Hyslop, eldest daughter of Wm. and Sarah Ruff [Roff?], aged 6 years, 7 months and 8 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services, which will take place at the residence of the parents, on E street between First and Second, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The remains will be taken to Santa Cruz for interment.


Daily Appeal - 12/16/1877, p3 - Death From Consumption - Mrs. Sophia Ruff, wife of John Ruff, city expressman, who has been ill the past year, died yesterday noon at her residence on I street, in her 31st year.  The affliction is a severe one for the husband as four small children are left without the protection of a mother.


Marysville Appeal - 2/1/1895 - A Sad Death - A Bright and Handsome Young Woman Passes Away - Mrs. Chas. Rulofson died Monday morning  She had been seriously ill and was apparently becoming better, when there came a change for the worse.  Mr. and Mrs. Rulofson resided for several years on a farm in Scott's Valley.  After the place was sold last year they moved to Santa Cruz.  The deceased was a handsome woman, and very popular with those who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.  She was a member of the Idlewild Chapter, Easter Star, and the W. R. C. in San Francisco. - The foregoing was taken from the Santa Clara Sentinel of last Tuesday.  The lady was formerly Miss Ada Hamlin of this city. - The deceased was the only daughter of the late Dr. N. S. Hamlin of this city and the news of her death will be heard with regret by those who were her playmates and school companions as well as her large circle of friends and acquaintances of this city. - The interment took place at Santa Cruz on Wednesday. - Father, mother and son have all passed away since they left this city a few years ago and only a son remains to mourn the loss of the loved ones, not dead, but gone before.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 2/18/1881, p2 - Died:  At his home in Marysville township, February 17th, 1881, August Ruppert, a native of Miltenberg, Kingdom of Bavaria, aged 55 years. - The procession will form at his late residence at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, and move to St. Joseph's cathedral in this city, where the funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock p.m.  Friends of the family are invited to attend.

same issue, p3 - Death of a Pioneer - The community was shocked yesterday at the announcement of the sudden death, by pneumonia, of August Ruppert,a  pioneer resident of this county, whose farm adjoins the almond orchard on the Brown's valley road.  Mr. Ruppert was a native of Bavaria, aged 55 years, and has resided in Yuba county for the past twenty-eight years.  He was in the city on Friday last in his usual health, and only a few of his more intimate friends knew of his serious illness.  He leaves a wife and three children.  He was a beneficiary member of Marysville Lodge, No. 1656, K. of H.  The funeral notice is published in the proper column.


Daily Appeal - 8/3/1872, p2 - Died:  At LaPorte, Sunday July 21st, Affron W., eldest son of S. S. and R. C. Russell, aged 8 years, 7 months and 21 days.


Mountain Messenger – 2/25/1899, Pg. 3 - Mrs. Ellen Russell, a pioneer resident of Camptonville, occurred at that place on the 14th inst. after a long and painful illness of four months. Everything that kind hands and medical skill could do to alleviate her sufferings was done and when the end came she passed quietly away as if sleeping. The funeral took place Thursday afternoon the 16th inst. The services were conducted at the family residence, the sermon being preached by Rev. H. C. Langley, pastor of the M. E. Church, of which deceased was a member. His text was from Rev. 14 – 13: “ Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.” The members of the Morning Star Rebekah Lodge No. 79 I. O. O. F., of Camptonville, of which the deceased was a member escorted the remains to the burial ground, where the appointed ceremonies of the order were observed. Mrs. Russell was one of the pioneer women of California, having settled in Camptonville in 1854, where she resided continuously to the time of her death. She was highly respected by all who knew her. She was a native of North Wales, and in her 70th year.
Out of the Shadows
( Contributed )

Out of the shadows of sadness,
Into the sunshine of gladness,
Into the light of the blest.
Out of the land very dreary,
Out of the world of the weary,
Into the rapture of rest.

Out of to-day’s sin and sorrow,
Into the blissful to-morrow,
Into a day without gloom.
Out of a land filled with sighing,
Land of the dead and the dying,
Into a land without tomb.

Out of a life of commotion,
Tempest swift oft as the ocean,
Dark as the wreck drifting o’er.
Into a land calm and quiet,
Never a storm cometh nigh it,
Never a wreck on it’s shore.


Appeal Democrat - 5/19/1939, p4 - Pioneer Native Daughter Buried - Loma Rica, May 19 - Funeral services for Mrs. Estella May Wisner Russell, who died at the home of her son, Walter Russell, in Loma Rica were held in Oroville Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. H. Brooke officiating and Orange Grove Rebekah lodge, No. 84, of Oroville, of which she was a member, conducting graveside services at the Hurleton cemetery. - Mrs. Russell, born May 2, 1858, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wisner, who came to California in 1849 from Michigan.  Her life was spent in Butte and Yuba counties. - At the age of 21 she was married to the late Louis Russell.  The Russells had nine sons and three daughters.  Surviving are two daughters and eight sons. - As a pioneer, she always attended Pioneers' Night, at which Native Sons and Daughters were hosts.  She had attended the last one early in May, at which she related some of her experiences, telling of attending church services on horseback with a child behind and one in front, going long distances to services. - All of her surviving children were present, at the funeral, eight sons acting as pallbearers, the eldest, Rev. Lewis C. Russell of Tacoma, Wash., walking in front of the casket and the youngest walking behind.  Those surviving are:  Rev. Lewis C. Russell of Tacoma, Wash., Clayton Russell, Hurleton; Rupert R. Russell, Salt Lake City; Byron Russell, Yreka; Estella Mae Thompson, Forbestown; Walter C. Russell, Loma Rica; Mrs. Mildred Daley and Ernest Russell, Hurleton; Lloyd Russell and Mervyn Russell, Westwood. - She also left 34 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.


Marysville Appeal - 10/30/1918, p5 - Jack Russell, well known young man of this city, died at the Sutter County hospital last evening from a lingering illness.  He was an auto mechanic by trade, and had been employed in local garages up until his illness.  He was a native of Minnesota and 27 years of age.  The body is in care of R. E. Bevan & Son.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later.


Daily Democrat - 1/31/1924, p1 - Pioneer Doctor of Marysville Taken By Death - The death of Dr. W. W. Russell at his home in Berkeley occurred January 21, according to news received in Marysville yesterday.  Dr. Russell, through [sic] a resident in Marysville, he was also known in Chico through his sons, O. O. Ames and A. W. Ames, who resided in Chico until about three years ago. - Dr. Russell was 92 years of age at the time of his death, which came after a short illness. - He was a prominent member of the G.A.R. of Marysville.  He moved to Berkeley about ten years ago, where he has made his home with his family. Surviving him are two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Boulton, Mrs. Minnie Boulton, besides his two sons.  All are residents of Berkeley.


Berkeley Gazette - 1/18/1940 - Pioneer Succumbs - Jan. 27 - William L. Russell, whose parents were a part of the ill-fated Donner party that crossed the Western plains from Missouri to California by covered wagon, died early today in his home in Suisun Valley.  He was 81 years old. - Russell's father and mother left the Donner party in Utah when the emigrant train separated after the Donners decided to take the "Hastings Cut-off" to California.  A former resident of Vallejo and St. Helena, Russell was a life member of the Vallejo Odd Fellows Lodge.


Marysville Democrat - Fri 11/30/1923, p1 - Funeral Alice Ruth Saturday - Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Ruth, who died here Wednesday, will be held from the Catholic church at Dobbins at 11 o'clock Saturday morning and interment will be made in the Dobbins cemetery by Lipp & Sullivan.  Mrs. Ruth had been ill but a short time and her illness was not regarded as serious.  She was the wife of Dan Ruth, well known stockman of Yuba county and daughter of the late Michael and Mary Calanan, old residents of Nevada county where she was born 47 years ago.  Besides her husband she leaves the following children, Clarence, David, Loraine, Lloyd, Evelyn, Lawrence and George Ruth. - The following brothers and sisters also survive:  Mrs. Simon Hieronimous and George H. Calanan of this city; Mrs. Edward McCloskey of Peru, South America; Misses Adele Calanan and Evelyn Calanan of San Francisco; Mrs. W. A. Dudley of Sacramento and Lawrence Calanan of North San Juan.


Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 8/26/1913, p5 - River Gives Up Its Dead - Remains of Victim Found Sunday at Spot Near Hammonton - After four months the Yuba river gave up its dead last Sunday when Fred Marple discovered the remains of Daniel Ryan lying beside a tree at Hammonton near dredger No. 14.  The spot had been covered with water until the stream commenced to recede, exposing the remains to view.  Coroner Kelly was notified and went out there yesterday morning and brought the body to this city, where it is being held for positive identification by Jim Crowley. - Ryan was drowned at Deguerra Point, near Parks Bar bridge, last March while he and Jim Crowley were attempting to cross the stream in a home-made boat.  When about midstream, the rude affair capsized.  Both men had been visiting a roadhouse that day and it is presumed they were under the influence of liquor.  Crowley managed to swim ashore, but Ryan went down.  The survivor notified the coroner next day, but the body could not be found owing to the high water. - The flesh was decayed away from the bones except on the left foot, upon which is encased a new high top boot.  The other leg decayed away at the knee.  An acquaintance of Ryan's stated yesterday that the deceased was wearing a pair of new high top boots at the time he was drowned.  As no other death in the river was reported during the past year, it is almost certain that the remains are those of Ryan.  Coroner Kelly was endeavoring all day yesterday to get in communication with Crowley and have him further identify the remains.

Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 8/27/1913, p8 - Ryan Funeral - The remains of Daniel Ryan, the man who was drowned last March in the Yuba river, will be held Thursday at Smartsville.  The funeral will be under the direction of Kelly brothers.


Marysville Evening Democrat – 11/8/1915, p 1 – Beloved Pioneer Woman Died at Home of Mrs. Geo. Carney in Mayfield – Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, formerly of Marysville, and a pioneer of Yuba county, died Sunday in Mayfield, at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. George Carney.  Mrs. Ryan was born in County Wicklow, Ireland, December 15, 1827, and came to California in 1863, settling in Yuba County, where she resided until a few years ago.  She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. S. Costello of Mayfield; seven grandchildren, Mrs. P. J. O’Brien of Sacramento; Mrs. George Carney of Mayfield; Mar. J. J. Carney and Daniel Costello, of San Francisco; Mr. Jerome of Vallejo; Genevieve and Loretta Costello, of Mayfield, and three grandchildren. – The funeral party will arrive in Marysville Tuesday evening and services will be held from St. Joseph’s church Wednesday morning.  Interment in the family plot in the Catholic cemetery.

Marysville Daily Appeal – 11/9/1915, p 4 – Pioneer Woman of Yuba County Dies at Mayfield – Mrs. Eilabeth [sic] Ryan Passes Away at Home of Her Granddaughter There – The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, a former resident of this city and pioneer of Yuba county, occurred at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. George Carney, in Mayfield Sunday.  The remains will be brought here this evening and funeral services will be held from St. Joseph’s Catholic church tomorrow morning.  Interment will be in the local Catholic cemetery under the direction of Kelly Brothers. – The deceased was born in County Wicklow, Ireland, December 15, 1827.  She came to California in 1863, settling in this county, where she resided until a few years ago, when she removed to Mayfield.  She is survived by only one daughter, Mrs. S. Costello of Mayfield, seven grandchildren, Mrs. P. J. O’Briend of Sacramento, Mrs. George Carney of Mayfield, Mrs. J. J. Carney and Daniel Costello of San Francisco, F. Jerome of Vallejo, Genevieve and Loretta Costello of Mayfield and three grandchildren.


Appeal - 11/30/1882, p2 - Deid:  In Smartsville, November 29th, Ella, daughter of Patrick and Johanna Ryan, aged 3 years and 3 months.


Daily Appeal - Tue 2/11/1908, p7 - Sudden Death of Frank D. Ryan - Well Known Attorney Falls Victim To Apoplexy - Yuba City, Feb. 10 - Attorney F. D. Ryan of Sacramento died suddenly of appoplexy [sic] at Sankey, four miles from Pleasant Grove, in this county, about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. - Mr. Ryan was well known in Marysville, where the members of his family visited at the home of Mrs. Flannery.  He was also well known in the political world. - Frank D. Ryan was a native of Sacramento and was born on May 11th, 1859.  He always took a great interest in the Republican party.  In the state election in 1882 he became a member of the assembly and was the youngest member of that body.  Afterwards he was appointed chief clerk of the house, holding that position until 1887.  He served as trustee of the state library from 1898 to 1902.  Was trustee of the State Normal school at Chico from 1899 to 1901.  Trustee of Sutter's Fort from 1901 to 1903 and was commissioner of public works from 1899 until 1907.  He was elected district attorney of Sacramento county in 1890 and was re-elected in 1892 and 1894.  At one time during his political career he was defeated for congress in this district by Marion De Vries of Stockton. - He was a member of the National Guard in 1880 and 1894 and was inspector of the staff of Brigadier General Sheehan.  He was a prominent Native Son and was also a member of the Y. M. I. and Elks. - Mr. Ryan married in 1884 Miss Ella Boutwell of Sacramento and leaves several children as well as his wife to mourn his demise. - Coroner Rowe of Sutter county took charge of the remains and Undertaker Gormley of Sacramento took the body to Sacramento as soon as the inquest was held.  Mr. Ryan had been in poor health for several months.

Daily Appeal - 2/12/1908, p5 - Frank Ryan Funeral Will Take Place Today - The funeral of Frank D. Ryan, who died at his Sutter county ranch Saturday, will take place in Sacramento today at 10 o'clock.  The body will be buried in St. Joseph's cemetery with all the honors that loving friends and acquaintances can give. - The funeral procession will be notable on account of the fact that Sacramento Parlor, Native Sons of the Golden West; the local Aerie of Eagles, the Elks, the South Side Improvement club, the Sacramento Bar Association, and Companies E and G will turn out in force to attend.  Mr. Ryan was one of the founders of the Native Sons, was Exalted Ruler of the Elks, a prominent member of the Eagles, a former officer in the National Guard with the title of major, and one of the leaders of the Sacramento Bar.  He was always a friend of the labor organizations, and when it adjourned in Sacramento Monday night the Federated Trades Council did so out of respect to his memory. - The funeral services of the Elks will be conducted at the Ryan family residence at 1200 P street, at 10 o'clock this morning, after which there will be solemn mass in the cathedral.

Daily Appeal - Thur 2/13/1908, p6 - Frank Ryan Funeral Was Largely Attended - No citizen of Sacramento, after his passing to the Great Beyond, ever had more honors bestowed upon him than Frank D. Ryan received today, when the funeral services over his remains were held, says the Sacramento Bee of yesterday.  The streets surrounding the family residence at Twelfth and P streets were crowded with people and carriages long before the hour set for the funeral. - The parlors were literally packed by those who had known and admired  Frank Ryan in his lifetime, while several hundred men were lined up on the sidewalk awaiting the opportunity to walk by the coffin, and nearly every person who went up to take a last look at the remains dropped a flower or a spray of smilax on the casket until it was literally covered with those tokens of love and remembrance. - The floral offerings were of beautiful design and they were so numerous there was such an overflow that many of them had to be deposited on the lawn in front of the house. - The services at the residence were under the auspices of the local lodge of Elks, of which Mr. Ryan was the chief officer - the Exalted Ruler - at the time of his death.  M. J. Desmond acted in the capacity of exalted ruler and Judge McLaughlin as chaplain.  The music at the house was rendered by the Elks' Quartet, which sang the following songs:  "Thy Will Be Done," "Blessed Are the Dead," "Good-bye," and "Remember Me." - The Elks and Eagles, the Bar Association, Sacramento Parlor, N.S.G.W., Y.M.I., No. 11, and Companies E and G, N.G.C., turned out in full force and a firing squad from the militia fired volleys over the newly made grave in the St. Joseph cemetery. - The pall bearers were prominent members of the various orders to which Mr. Ryan belonged. - The religious ceremonies were held at the cathedral and were very impressive.  Long before the funeral procession arrived the great building was packed with people. - The services in the church consisted of a solemn high mass.  Bishop Thomas presided and Rev. Father J. H. Ellis was the celebrant.  At the conclusion of the services Bishop Grace delivered a brief but eloquent eulogy in which he spoke of the high character of the deceased.


Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/4/1898, p1 - Her Final Rest: Funeral Services for the Late Mrs. Kacherine [sic] Ryan Yesterday - The funeral services of the late Mrs. Katharine Ryan took place yesterday morning from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. W. Ward, 612 B street. - Rev. T. J. Lamont, D.D., pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiated at the house and at the city cemetery where the interment took place in the family plot. - The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers:  A. O. Irwin, M. Katzner, John Colford, S. O. Gunning, M. Pierson, and C. C. Kelser. - Several handsome floral pieces were placed on the casket.  The funeral and interment were private.


Daily Appeal - 8/2/1898, p3 - Died:  At her residence in this city, August 1st, Mrs. Margaret Ryan, beloved mother of Mrs. W. W. Ward and Miss Minnie Ryan, a native of Germany, aged 71 years. - Funeral notice hereafter.


Appeal Democrat - Sat 8/13/1966, p8 - Obituaries:  Thomas Ryan of 514 11th St., Marysville, died last night in St. Francis Hospital, San Francisco, where he had been a patient for three weeks. - Ryan was a retired typesetter and volunteer fireman serving with the Marysville Fire Department. - Survivors, in addition to his wife, include a daughter, Mrs. Howard Hardie of Marysville, and a son, Patrick, of Sacramento. - Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lipp & Sullivan Chapel.

Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/15/1966, p4 - Obituaries:  Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o'clock in Lipp and Sullivan Chapel for Thomas Joseph Ryan Sr., 71, of Marysville, who died Friday in St. Francis Hospital, San Francisco. - A Requiem Mass will be said tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the funeral chapel.  Entombment will follow in Sierra View Mausoleum. - A retired printer, Ryan was born in Sacramento and had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area 40 years.  He was a member of the International Typographical Union for more than 50 years and mechanical superintendent for The Appeal-Democrat for 23 years.  He was a volunteer fireman for the Marysville Fire Department 10 years and one of the four founders of the Marysville East-West baseball game, a charity game founded to raise funds for the Boy Scouts of America. - Survivors include his wife, Adeline of Marysville; a daughter, Barbara J. Hardie of Marysville; a son, Thomas J. (Pat) Ryan Jr. of Sacramento; a brother, Charles A. Ryan of San Francisco and two grandchildren.


Appeal Democrat - 8/17/1966, page 23 - Sarah Amanda Ryburn, 92, was pronounced dead on arrival at Yuba General Hospital last night after being stricken at her home at 1333 Pasedo Ave., Linda. - The Yuba County Coroner's Office reported death was due to natural causes. - A native of Cedarville, Ark., she had lived in this area for 29 years. She fas<sic> a member of the Christian Church in Oklahoma. - Survivors include two daughters, Naomi Hartwell of Citrus Heights and Effie Capps of Apache Junction, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. - Funeral arrangements are pending at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.

Appeal Democrat - Thu 8/18/1966, p4 - Obituaries:  Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow for Sarah Amanda Ryburn, 92, 133 Pasedo Ave., Linda, who died Tuesday night.  Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel, Marysville, with Rev. V. E. Boyd of the Southern Baptist Church of Linda officiating.  Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.


Appeal Democrat - 10/7/1963, p14 - William Glenn Ryder, 76, was found dead in his cabin near Camptonville Saturday afternoon, according to the Yuba County Sheriff's Office. - He died from a heart attack, according to a coroner's report. - Born in Nebraska, Ryder had lived in the Camptonville area for 15-20 years.  He was a retired logger, and a veteran of World War I. - His only survivor is his sister, Mrs. Ethel Childers, at Union, Ore., and funeral services will be held at LeGrand, Ore., with local arrangements by Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.