YUBA COUNTY OBITS
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SADORUS, CHARLES W.
Marysville Appeal - 5/26/1917, p1 - Two Deaths in Same Family In One Day - Within twenty-four hours of receiving word of the death of Joseph Brown, pioneer resident of Marysville, Charles W. Sadorus, brother of Mrs. Brown, passed away at the home of his sister, Mrs. Mary Bryden, at 516 O street, this city. The death of Sadorus occurred shortly before 6 o'clock yesterday evening, within a half of the time the body of the pioneer resident, Joseph Brown, reached this city. - The latter was one of the early California pioneers, crossing the plains by wagon in 1849, and was well known throughout the State. He had been ill for some time, and about two weeks ago went to San Francisco in the hope that a change of climate would prove of benefit to his health, and took up his residence with his daughter, Mrs. Jack Dooley, of that city. He was well known in this city, and had a large circle of friends in Sutter and Yuba counties. - He is survived by the following children: Mrs. T. W. Lynch of Seattle, Mrs. John C. Dooley of San Francisco, formerly of this city; Walter Brown of San Francisco, and the following children residing in this city: Miss Hazel, Miss Mae, James, Edward, Frank and Will Brown, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary J. Bryden and Mrs. Sarah Cope. He was 79 years of age.- Kelly Bros. will complete funeral arrangements. - The double funeral will take place from the residence at 1205 H street, the Rev. Will Stewart Wilson officiating. - Mr. Sadorus, brother of Mrs. Melissa Brown, passed away at the home of his sister, Mrs. Mary J. Bryden, following a severe attack of heart trouble, from which he had been suffering for several years. - He is survived by his sisters, Mrs. Melissa Brown, Mrs. Sarah Cope and Mrs. Mary J. Bryden. He was aged 58 years, and a native of this State.
Marysville Appeal - 5/27/1917, p1 - Double Funeral To Be Held Here This Afternoon - The double funeral of Joseph Brown, pioneer rancher, and Charles W. Sadorus of Marysville, will be held from the late home of the former at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. Will Stuart Wilson will officiate and burial will be in the Yuba City cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros.
SALES, MRS. JOHN
Sacramento Bee - January 9, 1906 - Marysville – It is feared that diphtheria has asserted itself in the northern portion of the county. In less than a week two adults have succumbed to the symptoms which seem plainly to be those of the throat disease. The victims are Mrs. John SALES and Mrs. Ira E. FORBES, both of Rackerby. An Oroville physician attended both cases. (R.T.)
SAMPSON, VERA ENCY
Democrat - 11/16/1914, p1 - Former Resident Dies in San Francisco - Vera Ency Sampson, a well known former resident of Yuba county, died in San Francisco Saturday after a short illness. She was the beloved wife of John J. Sampson and the loving mother of William H. Stuart of Oakland and the devoted step-daughter of Miles E. Wellman. She is also survived by a sister Mrs. Sylvia E. Rockefeller of San Francisco, Mrs. Ella M. Powell of Oakland, Mrs. Amy S. Hill of Wheatland and three brothers William, George and Amos Wellman all of Wheatland and Aaron Wellman of San Francisco. - She was a native of Omaha, Nebraska, aged 52 years, 5 months and 9 days. The remains will arrive this evening on the 5:45 train from San Francisco to be taken in charge by Kelly Bros., under whose direction interment will be made at the Lofton cemetery at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Democrat - 11/17/1914, p8 - Funeral of Mrs. Sampson - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Vera Sampson were held at 11 o'clock this morning at Lofton. Rev. Vineyard of the Lofton M. E. church officiated and interment was made at the Lofton cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros., who received the remains which arrived Monday night from San Francisco, where the death occurred. The following acted as pallbearers: Dave Morrison, William Galligan, Robinson, Aaron Whiteside, Wright and Mark Kuster. A large number of friends of the deceased were present and paid their final respects to the departed.
Appeal - 11/17/1914, p4 - Well Known Woman Goes To Her Reward - Mrs. Vera Ency Sampson, a former resident of this county, died at San Francisco Saturday and the body arrived in Marysville last night and was taken in charge by Kelly Brothers. - Deceased was a native of Omaha, Nebraska, and was fifty-two years, five months and nine days old. She is survived by one son, William H. Stuart, of Oakland, three sisters, Mrs. Sylvia E. Rockefeller of San Francisco, Mrs. Ella M. Powell of Oakland, Mrs. Amy S. Hill of Wheatland, four brothers, William, George, Amos of Wheatland and Aaron Wellman of San Francisco. - The funeral will be held this morning at Lofton cemetery.
SAMPSON, WILLIAM HENRY
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/30/1864, p2 - Died: At his residence, near this city, November 29th, William Henry Sampson, aged 55 years, a native of Yorkshire, England. - Funeral this afternoon from the Episcopal Church, at 2 o'clock. The friends of the deceased are invited to attend.
Stockton Daily Independent - Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA - Thursday, Dec. 1, 1864 - Decease of a Pioneer – An old pioneer of Marysville, named William H. Sampson, died near that city Nov. 30th, aged 55 years. He formerly was the proprietor of the present site of Marysville and assisted in laying out the streets of that city. Deceased was a native of England and came to this State from Australia in 1849. (Submitted by Victor Robin & Sue Silver)
Appeal Democrat - Fri 1/22/1960, p12 - Dona Sandage, 75, a native of Arkansas and resident of Yuba City for 14 years, died yesterday at a Yuba City hospital. - Mrs. Sandage is survived by two sons, Norman of Yuba City and Rex of Placerville; three daughters, Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson of Yuba City, Mrs. Myrtle Bentley of Yuba City and Mrs. Aline Clark of Santa Paula; three brothers and three sisters, not of the Yuba-Sutter area; 12 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. - Funeral services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Chapel of the Twin Cities. Interment will be in Sutter Cemetery.
SANDER, HARRY ROLAND
Appeal Democrat – 4/7/1952 - STRAWBERRY VALLEY – Graveside services were conducted here for Harry R. Sander on Thursday. Out-of-town parties who attended were Judge Warren Steel and Sheriff John Dower of Marysville, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bean of Empire and Deputy Constable Bob Martin of Brownsville. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SANDERS, CATHERINE (BEIRNE)
Evening Democrat - 1/15/1917, p. 4 - MRS. SAUNDERS [sic], OLDEST WOMAN IN SMARTSVILLE, IS DEAD - Death claimed one of the oldest pioneers of the Smartsville section late Saturday night when Mrs. Catherine SANDERS passed away at that place. The deceased was the oldest white woman at Smartsville. She had made her home in the same house for the past sixty years. She was a native of Ireland and was 95 years of age, being born August 15, 1822. She came to California in the early days, making the trip around Cape Horn after a stormy voyage across the Atlantic from her home in Ireland. She settled at Smartsville during the gold rush to this state, assisted in building her own home and dug the well now located upon her property at that place. She is survived by two sons, John and Charles Sanders, both residents of Smartsville. - The funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Catholic church at Smartsville. Rev. Father Enright will officiate and interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery at Smartsville under the direction of Kelly Bros.
Evening Democrat, 01/17/1917, p. 7 – MRS. SANDERS LAID TO REST. – The funeral services of Mrs. Catherine Sanders of Smartsville were held yesterday morning from the Immaculate Conception church of that place. Rev. J. J. Hines of Oroville officiated. The pallbearers were: John Cramsie, Will McConnell, W. R. Conlin, John Havey, William Jeffery and W. Hulen. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery under direction of Kelly Bros.
Marysville Appeal - 1/17/1917, p. 4 - SMARTSVILLE PAYS RESPECTS TO WOMAN - Smartsville, Jan. 16. - Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Sanders were held this morning from the Immaculate Conception church. Rev. J. J. Hines of Oroville officiating. - The pallbearers were: John Cramsie, Will McConnell, W. R. Conlin, John Havey, William Jeffery and W. Hulen. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery under direction of Kelly Bros. of Marysville.
Sacramento Union - 6/21/1853, p2 - From the Interior - Yuba - We clip the following news from the California Express of the 20th inst.: We learn that the body of Julia Sands, the little girl that was lost some days since, from Long Bar on the Yuba, was found near Linda Ferry, Friday afternoon. The funeral was to take place at Long Bar on Saturday afternoon. The remains of the little boy, Benjamin Cann, were not recovered.
Appeal - 12/6/1919, p1 - Sanford Funeral Today - The funeral of Sadie Sanford, who died in Auburn, will take place from the D. N. Jones residence near Smartsville, this morning at 11 o'clock. Interment will be made by Kelly Brothers in the Lofton cemetery.
SANG, INE HOO
Marysville Evening Democrat - 4/28/1916, p8 - Aged Chinese Resident Buried This Afternoon - Ine Hoo Sang, a Chinese resident of this city, 68 years of age, died Thursday from an attack of tuberculosis. Funeral was held from the undertaking parlors of Kelly Brothers this afternoon at 1 o'clock, and interment made in the Marysville cemetery.
Sacramento Daily Union - 9/24/1868 - Died: In Marysville, Sept. 21st, D. Santry, aged 1 year, 5 months and 18 days.
Marysville Daily Standard – 1/6/1872, p 2 – Died: In this city, January 5th, John Santry, son of Patrick and Rose Santry, aged 2 years, 11 months and 12 days. – The funeral will take place Sunday, at 2 o’clock p.m., from the parents residence on High street between Seventh and Eighth streets. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/1/1883, p2 - Died: In Marysville, November 29th, Mary Santry, aged 40 years. - Friends are invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph's Cathedral to-morrow (Sunday) at 12 o'clock.
SANTRY, MARY JANE
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 12/13/1908, p1 - Mary Santry Passes Away - Miss Mary Santry, sister of Dan Santry, an employe of Wells Fargo in this city, died at her home at 519 B street last evening at 6:20 o'clock. The funeral will take place from St. Joseph's church Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment in the Catholic cemetery. - Miss Santry was well and favorably known here and leaves a brother, Dan Santry, and sister, Annie Santry, to mourn her demise. - R. E. Bevan has charge of the funeral arrangements.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Mon 12/14/1908, p5 - Slumbering In The Silent Tomb - The funeral of Miss Mary Santry, sister of Daniel Santry, who died Saturday, was held this morning at 10 o'clock. Requiem mass was said in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Coleman and the services at the grave were conducted by Rev. F. Gaffney. The remains were interred in the Yuba City cemetery, the following gentlemen acting as pallbearers: William Cramsie, P. J. Delay, Charles Becker, Henry Berg, T. A. McKenna and William Conlin.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri. 3/24/1882, p3 - Death - Michael Santry, an old resident of this city, died at a late hour last evening, after a brief illness. The funeral will take place on Sunday.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/28/1882, p3 - Funeral of Michael Santry - The funeral of the late Michael Santry took place on Sunday from St. Joseph's Cathedral. Rev. Father Callan officiated at the church and grave. The pall-bearers were P. O. Slattery, T. J. Power, F. Terstegge, Patrick Corcoran, John Haw and John Sullivan.
Appeal - 1/23/1923, p1 - Funeral of Sargent Infant - Funeral services for Billie Sargent, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sargent were held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the Bevan funeral home, Rev. Redburn of the Methodist church of Yuba City officiating. Miss Madge Maynard was the soloist. Interment was made in the family plot in the Yuba City cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 2/5/1876, p2 - Died: In Linda township, February 3d, Hollis Sargent, aged 43 years, 1 month and 24 days; a native of Vermont.
Appeal Democrat - 5/11/1951, p15 - Hollis Sargent - Hollis Sargent, 84, died yesterday in his home on Alicia Rd., where he had been living for the past four years. He was a lifelong resident of Yuba county and had previously farmed in the Arboga district. - Sargent is survived by his wife, Mary, four daughters, Mrs. Bertha Whiteside, and Mrs. Alice Simpson, both of Marysville; Mrs. Rose Simpson of Yuba City and Mrs. Annie Larrabee of Sacramento; four sons, Ernest and Charles, both of Marysville; Albert of Woodland, and Lawrence of Ione. Also surviving are 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. - Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in Hutchison's Colonial chapel, with Rev. Carl N. Tamblyn of St. John's Episcopal church officiating. Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial park.
SARGENT, HOLLIS MARTIN
Appeal - 9/11/1920, p1 - Infant Dies - Hollis Martin Sargent, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sargent of Arboga, died at the Rideout hospital in this city yesterday afternoon. The child was a native of this city and two days old. Funeral services will be from the Bevan Funeral Home and interment in the family plot in the Lofton cemetery this afternoon.
Democrat - 9/11/1920, p1 - Death of Babe - Hollis Martin Sargent, infant son of Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Sargent of this place, died at the Rideout hospital in Marysville yesterday afternoon. The child was two days old. Funeral services were held from the Bevan Funeral Home at 515 Fifth Street this afternoon and interment made in the Lofton cemetery.
SARGENT, HORACE COWAN
Marysville Appeal - 9/17/1925, p5 - Death Summons Horace Sargent - Horace Cowan Sargent, well known and respected resident of Sutter county, passed away Thursday night at the Rideout Hospital following at [sic] brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Annie L. Sargent, and the following named children: Mrs. Lottie Edsinger and Van Ellis Sargent of San Jose; Mrs. Mabel Hunt of Mexico; Howard Le Roy and Russel B. Sargent of Yuba City, and Carl and Lester Sargent of San Jose. - Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the Bevan-Bricker Funeral Home. The many friends of Mr. Sargent will be welcome to attend the services but the interment will be strictly private.
SARGENT, LAWRENCE B.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/21/1909, p1 - L. B. Sargent Passes Away - Lawrence B. Sargent died in this city Sunday morning at 3:30 o'clock. He was 41 years, 11 months and 15 days old, and had lived in Wheatland a number of years. - The body will be taken to San Jose today, where the deceased has relatives and where interment will take place. A brother arrived here yesterday and will accompany the body to his home. Kelly Brothers have charge of the funeral arrangements.
SASSELLI, CLIFFORD LEWIS
Rabbit Creek Journal – 7/1/1987 – Bereavement – Private family services were conducted last week for Clifford Lewis Sasselli, 74, of Brownsville, who died June 21, 1987 at Rideout Hospital. - A native of Pacatello, Idaho, Sasselli had lived in the Yuba County area since 1973. He had worked as a fireman for the Southern Pacific Railroad for 20 years. - Survivors include two sons, Clifford Sasselli of Strawberry Valley and Color R. Sasselli of Japan; a brother, Francis Sasselli of Placerville; and three grandchildren. - Services were under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SAUL, JEREMIAH ANDREW
Marysville Daily Democrat - 1/15/1894, p1 - Funeral of J. A. Saul - The Elements Were in Sympathy With The Spirit of The Occasion, Which Caused Many Sad Hearts - Rest In Peace, Sir Knight - The heavily clouded sky, the drizzling rain, the sighing wind, the hearse devoid of plumage, the solemn tolling of the City Hall bell, the closed vehicles that made up the funeral cortege, the mournful dirge. Marysville Commandery, K. T., in fatigue uniform, and the sad expression that overcast every countenance at the hour announced for the funeral of Jeremiah Andrew Saul yesterday afternoon, all seemed appropriate to the occasion and in sympathy with the feelings of a bereft community. - The remains of the deceased Supervisor were viewed at the Masonic Asylum by sorrowing friends during the forenoon of yesterday, and at 2 p.m. the impressive ritual for the dead was read by Eminent Commander A. H. Hewitt in the presence of the assembled Knights Templar and members of the various Masonic lodges. - Rev. C. H. Beechgood then read a short funeral service, followed with a fervent prayer, and made a few remarks eulogistic of the deceased. The remains were then placed in a hearse and the solemn cortege was formed under the directorship of R. E. Bevan. - Marysville Commandery, K. T., with swords reversed, and solemn tread, marched to the corner of Fourth and D streets with the Independent Band discoursing a funeral dirge. Here were in waiting several vehicles to convey the Knights through the storm to the cemetery. The surviving members of the Board of Supervisors occupied the first carriage, next the mourners, and the city officials also attended. - At the cemetery the Commandery assembled about the last resting place of their deceased brother, and Dr. O. F. Lee, Prelate, read the impressive words that are the last to be uttered over a deceased Mason. The service concluded the casket was consigned to a vault and friends and brethern turned away satisfied with the last mark of respect paid a departed one. - The body will remain in the vault until such time as Mrs. Saul shall decide whether or not the burial shall take place in the East. - The following Sir Knights acted as pall-bearers: Col. J. B. Fuller, A. C. Irwin, George R. Eckart, E. H. Hudson, A. J. Menz and Dr. D. Powell.
SAUL, SUSAN A.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun. 4/24/1898, p1 - Life's Journey O'er - After a Lingering Illness the Spirit of Mrs. Saul Has Departed - Mrs. Susan A. Saul, relict of the late Sheriff J. A. Saul, died yesterday morning at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Justus Greely, corner of C and Fifth streets in this city. - She had been on the sick list for the past two months, and death resulted from a complication of diseases, but principally from cancer of the stomach. - The deceased was born at Haverhill, Massachusetts, 60 years ago last August, and came to California with her husband thirty years ago. After residing at Folsom about a year she came to Marysville where she lived up to the time of her death except for a short residence east, after the death of her husband, which took place on January 11, 1894. - Four married sisters and two brothers of the deceased, who survive her, reside in Massachusetts. - Mrs. Saul succeeded the late Miss Jane Jones as City Librarian and held that office for over three years until last February when she was compelled to tender her resignation on account of poor health. - The deceased was a Christian woman of beautiful character, and was a devout member of the Methodist Church. She had many friends in this city, and the announcement of her death, while not unexpected, was learned with feelings of deep regret. - The funeral services will be held at the M. E. church, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. All who desire to view the remains may call at the Greely residence between the hours of 12 and 2:45 as the casket will not be opened in the church. - The interment will take place in the family plot, city cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 12/1/1904, p3 - Died: In Smartsville, November 30, 1904, Mrs. Amelia Saunders wife of John Saunders Jr., a native of Illinois, aged 82 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from her late residence. Interment in the Smartsville Cemetery.
Daily Appeal 12/1/1904, p5 - Death of Aged Lady - Amelia, the beloved wife of John Saunders Jr., died at her home near Smartsville yesterday. - The deceased was a native of Illinois, 82 years of age, and was an old and respected resident of this county. - The funeral will take place tomorrow (Friday) morning at 10 o'clock from her late residence. - Interment Smartsville Cemetery.
Appeal Democrat - 11/2/1970, p4 - Funeral services for Arthur Savage, 69, of Marysville, will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. - Savage, a native of London, England, died Saturday at the Rideout Emergency Annex in Marysville. He had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for the past 16 years, making a home at 620 B St. - A retired employe of the California Seed Co., he also was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Nanaimo, British Columbia. - He is survived by his wife, Margaret Savage of Marysville; a daughter, Mrs. June Gaylard of Richmond, Canada; a son, Allan Savage of Nanaimo; two sisters, Madelyn Hamlin of Appsley, Ontario, Canada, and Edith Edgar of Niagara Falls, Canada; one brother, Cecil Savage of Bournemouth, England; seven grandchildren and one geat [sic] grandson. - The funeral services will be followed by cremation at Sierra View Memorial Park. - Memorials to the Heart Fund have been suggested by the family.
SAWIN, SYLVANDER B.
Daily California Express - 3/13/1861, p2 - Died: In this city, on the 12th inst., S. B. Sawin, aged 25 years, formerly of Massachusetts. - The funeral will take place to-day at 10 1/2 o'clock a.m., from the residence of Sam'l Heaton, No. 137 E st. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend without further notice.
SAWTELLE, CHARLES O.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/9/1900, p4 - Remains of C. O. Sawtelle Arrive - The remains of the late Charles O. Sawtelle arrived from San Francisco on the Knight's Landing train last night and were taken in charge by Undertaker A. B. Hopkins. - It was ascertained that the deceased had made arrangements to return to his home in Marysville on Wednesday evening, and that a carriage was in waiting at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Wilkinson, to take him to the ferry when he was taken suddenly ill with a fainting spell and died soon after.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/11/1900, p1 - Funeral of the Late C. O. Sawtelle - The funeral of the late Charles O. Sawtelle will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, at which time services will be held at the M. E. Church. - The pall-bearers have been selected from the Ellis store, where he worked so many years, and from the Jeffersonian Lyceum, of which he was a charter member, and will be as follows: W. T. Ellis, Jr., David Canning, Mayor C. S. Brooks, F. H. Greely, Charles J. Covillaud, and Peter Engel.
Appeal Democrat, Tuesday, March 28, 1995 - Lynette D. Saylors - Lynette Doris Saylors, 96, of Marysville died March 24, 1995, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. A native of Marysville, she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for most of her life. She worked in the millinery department of Bradley's department store in Marysville. Survivors include a nephew, Richard A. McPherrin of Yuba City; and two nieces, Betty Mandery and Virginia Lauff, both of Marysville. She was preceded in death by her husband, John "Beford" Saylors and a sister, Berthilde McPherrin. Services: a graveside service is scheduled at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Sierra View Memorial Park. The Rev. Edgar Nelson, pastor emeritus of First United Methodist Church of Yuba City, will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Chapel of the Twin Cities. (A. H.)
Marysville Appeal - 11/6/1918, p4 - Scannell Funeral at Benicia This A.M. - Funeral services over the remains of the late Neal Scannell will be held at the Catholic church, Benicia, this morning at 9:45 o'clock. The interment will be in Benicia. Because of the serious illness of a brother of the deceased, it was necessary to hold the funeral services as soon as possible. Several members of Marysville Council No. 1869, Knights of Columbus, will go to Benicia to attend the services. - Boys of the Yuba Manufacturing Company and members of the Knights of Columbus and Native Sons marched in a body as an escort to the body en route to the train yesterday noon. The marching was punctuated in its solemnity by the tolling of the St. Joseph's Catholic church bell.
SCHAFFLER (Shaffler), JOHN
Daily Appeal - 9/5/1899, p2 - Died: At the County Hospital, September 4th, John Shaffler, a native of Germany, aged 65 years. - Funeral notice hereafter.
Daily Appeal - 9/8/1899, p4 - With Military Honors; Another Old Soldier is Laid Away From the Cares of Life - The funeral of Comrade John Schaffler took place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, from R. E. Bevan's parlors, under the auspices of Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R., of which deceased was a member. - Rev. T. J. Lamont officiated at the parlors, and the Post services were read at the grave by Commander Allen Cooley, and Rev. T. J. Lamont acting as chaplain. - Several beautiful floral pieces were placed on the casket. - A shooting squad from Company D, N.G.C., under command of Sergeant Brannan, fired a volley oever the grave after the interment had taken place in the G.A.R. plot, City cemetery. - The following members of the Post acted as pall-bearers: Pat Slattery, Ed Hollen, John Colford, James Van Buskirk, John Palmer and M. C. Ehrman.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/16/1903, p1 - Death of Joseph Schaller - Joseph Schaller, a native of Alsace, died at the County Hospital last evening of which place he has been an inmate about a month. He had been employed for some time at the winery. He was 55 years of age. - The remains have been taken to the undertaking parlors of Undertaker J. K. Kelly. No time has yet been set for the funeral.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/30/1899 - Andrew Schank Dead - Passed Away Last Night Soon After Reaching the Hospital - Andrew Schank who has resided in Marysville and vicinity for many years, had severe epileptic fits yesterday at the Shelton Ranch, in Linda township. As his condition was very serious, Ed Shelton reported the matter to County Physician Stone and was instructed to bring him to the County Hospital. He brought the sick man in about 8 o'clock last evening and when he reached the corner of Third and D street Schank was seized with another bad attack in the wagon. The afflicted man has been subject to those attacks for some time. He died at the hospital soon after being admitted. The deceased was a native of Ohio about 53 years of age and one time was employed as a night clerk at the Golden Eagle Hotel.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/1/1899 - Comrades Lay Andrew Schank to Rest - The funeral of the late Andrew Schank who died at the hospital on Saturday night, took place at 10 o'clock yesterday morning from A. B. Hopkins undertaking parlors under the auspices of Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R. - Reverend T. J. Lamont, pastor of the Presbyterian Church officiated at the parlors as well as at the cemetery, where interment took place in the G.A.R. lot. - The following comrades acted as pall-bearers: Pat Slattery, Ed Holland, John Palmer, Henry Day, George Williams and W. F. Neagher.
SCHEIDEL, CHARLES WILLIAM
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/28/1874, p2 - Died: At the Grand Hotel, in San Francisco, February 26th, Charles William Scheidel, aged 48 years. - Funeral will take place at 11 o'clock A.M., from Odd Fellows' Hall, in San Francisco, Sunday, March 1st.
SCHENCK, NAOMI PIKE
Appeal Democrat - 4/4/1934 - One of Last Donner Survivors, Formerly of Marysville, Dies - The Dalles, Ore., April 4 - Mrs. John S. Schenck, 90, one of the last surviving members of the Donner party, died here at her home last night. Mrs. Schenck, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Pike, crossed the plains from Missouri to California in 1846. - Mrs. Schenck, whose maiden name was Naomi Pike, was three years old when the Donner party was stranded in the Sierra Nevada mountains through an entire winter. Most of the party died before spring. - Naomi Pike attended public school at Marysville, Calif., and continued her studies in the old Benicia academy, now known as Mills college. In 1864 she was married to Dr. B. W. Mitchell. He died in 1871. In 1877 she was married to John Sylvester Schenck, who founded the First National bank here in 1885.
Appeal Democrat - 4/5/1934 - Only Mrs. McMahon Of Famous Donner Party Still Lives - San Francisco, April 5 - The death of Mrs. John S. Schenck, 90, at the Dalles, Ore., left Mrs. Isabelle McMahon, 88, San Francisco, as the only known living survivor today of the Donner party, that dauntless pioneer bank which endured terrible hardships to reach the Pacific coast in 1846.
SCHENKEL, ERNEST JR.
Marysville Appeal - Sun 5/30/1926, p1 - Baby Drowned in the Feather River Buried - Funeral services were held yesterday morning for Ernest Schenkel, Jr., whose body was recovered Friday night from the Feather river where he was drowned a week ago yesterday. Rev. B. F. Butts of the Presbyterian church officiated. - The drowning occurred when the child, who was two and one-half years old, fell into the stream from a ferry boat at "The Island" where he was playing with a small sister. The Schenkel family reside in a cabin on "The Island."
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/6/1890, p2 - Deaths - At the Yuba County Hospital, August 4th, Peter Scheu, a native of Germany, aged 64 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/30/1905, p1 - Two-Year-Old Child Is Drowned In Dry Creek - Young Son of Mr. and Mrs. Scheurman Meets Terrible Death Within Short Distance of Parents' Home - (Special to the Appeal) Wheatland, May 20. - News of an exceedingly sad accident reached this place this afternoon when it was learned that the two-year-old son, Harry, of Mr. and Mrs. Will Scheurman, was drowned between one and two o'clock this afternoon in Dry Creek, near the home of its parents, about five miles east of here. Although but meagre details of the affair have been learned here, it is believed that the remains have been secured. - This afternoon Mr. Scheurman left his home to come to Wheatland and little did he suspect that while away he would learn of the sudden death of his child. Later in the afternoon a friend, George Therne, came into town looking for Mr. Scheurman to tell him of the drowning. The father was terribly shocked at the report and hastened to his stricken home. The death comes especially hard at this time for Mrs. Scheurman, but two days ago gave birth to a child. - The full details of the drowning have not been learned, but it is understood that the little one was left to amuse itself for a short time and wandered from the house to Dry Creek. The distance is short, as the house stands but a hundred yards or so from the creek. It is reported here that the child was missed and that someone went in search of it and saw it fall into the water and disappear. - The news of the sad case comes as a blow to the many friends of the family and everything is being done to console the parents, who are almost prostrated. - Undertaker Denton of Wheatland called up the Coroner's office here last evening and said that there was no doubt about the case being one of accident. He was told that if such was the case, it would not be necessary to hold an inquest, and that he could go ahead and bury the remains. Mr. Denton did not say whether or not the body had been recovered, but the supposition is that it has.
SCHILLIG, LUTIE REIFE
Appeal Democrat - Mon 12/17/1928, p9 - Resident Of State For 50 Years Is Dead - Mrs. Lutie Reife Schillig, the last of a family of 13 children, died at her home in Yuba City Monday. She was a native of Kentucky and was 70 years old. She had been a resident of California for the last 50 years. - Her husband, Ben Schillig of Yuba City, survives. - The funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan. Rev. B. P. Pope will officiate. - After the services cremation will take place in Sacramento. Friends are requested to omit flowers.
SCHILLING, RUTH (ROBERTS)
The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, Washington) – 10/21/2007 – SCHILLING, Ruth (Roberts) (Age 90) – Died on October 14, 2007, in Spokane, Washington, surrounded by her family. Ruth was born in Orland, California on January 13, 1917, to Maude King Roberts and Charles William Roberts. She was raised in Thermalito and Oroville, California where her family raised sheep and later farmed rice near Yuba City, California. One of her fondest memories was riding horseback with her father to summer sheep camps in the Feather River back country, camping, fishing and tending sheep. She was a resident of Mill Valley, California for 48 years, before moving in her retirement to Sonoma, California in 1994 and later in 1997 to a second home at Rockwood Lane in Spokane to be near her daughter. She graduated from Oroville Union High School in 1935. She then went to Chico State College for a year and a half. She decided that nursing was her calling and transferred to Mount Zion School of Nursing in San Francisco, graduating in 1939 as a Registered Nurse. Upon graduation, she married her high school classmate, William (Bill) Joseph Schilling, and was employed as a registered nurse at Mount Zion General Hospital. During WWII, Ruth worked as a nurse. After the war, she and Bill settled in Mill Valley, started a family, and became active citizens in the community. Ruth worked as a school nurse in the Marin County School District. She continued nursing at Marin General Hospital, Ross Hospital and Kaiser Permanente Medical Group in San Rafael and ultimately retired from Kaiser in 1977, after a 38-year career as a Registered Nurse. Ruth was active in Girl Scouts, Little League and the Mt. Zion Alumni Association. She was a 48-year member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. She volunteered at Mt. Carmel School, Marin Catholic High School, Meals on Wheels, and numerous charitable healthcare organizations. Ruth was a lifetime member of the Outdoor Art Club in Mill Valley. Ruth was an avid reader, artist, hat-maker, seamstress, and enjoyed traveling, golf, tennis, and gardening. She was also a lifetime avid San Francisco 49er and Giants fan. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Ruth was preceded in death by her devoted husband, William in 2005, her parents, three sisters and one brother. She is survived by her son, Stephen W. Schilling (Deidre) of Bakersfield, CA; daughter, Lucinda S. Whaley (Robert) of Spokane, Washington; three granddaughters: Christina Chiovari (Roy), Mari Schilling and Elaine Whaley; step-grandchildren: Harper Tripp and Hunt Whaley; three great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews and lifelong friends of all ages. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Monday, October 29, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 3 Oakdale Ave, Mill Valley. Interment will be held at 12:00 p.m. on October 30, at the Sutter Cemetery in Sutter, California. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Guide Dogs for the Blind, P.O. Box 3950, San Rafael, California 94912-3950; or to Gonzaga Prep High School, 1224 E. Euclid, Spokane, WA 99207; or the charity of your choice. Arrangements have been entrusted to Hennessey Smith Funeral Home & Crematory, 2203 N. Division, Spokane, WA 99207. (Transcribed & submitted by Cathie Manwell Adams)
Appeal Democrat - Wed 8/10/1966, p30 - Obituaries: Della Schimmel, 76, of Yuba City, died today in a Marysville hospital. - A native of Missouri, she had been a Yuba-Sutter area resident for the past 72 years and made her home at 915 Krenz Lane. - She is survived by her husband, George Schimmel of Yuba City; two sons, Jack and Vern Carpenter, both of Yuba City; a sister, Hazel Knaggs of Woodland; a brother, Monte Berks of Knights Landing; and by five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. - Funeral services are scheduled Saturday at 10 a.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Entombment will be in Yuba City Mausoleum.
Sacramento Daily Union - 8/19/1869 - Died: In Marysville, Aug. 17th, George Schimpf, aged 62 years, 7 months and 21 days.
Daily Appeal - 7/22/1868, p2 - Died: In this city, July 21st, Jacob, son of Mary Schimpf, aged 11 months. - Funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
SCHINKEL, CHARLES RICHARD
Appeal Democrat - 4/23/1942, p1 - Aged Hub Resident Taken by Death - Charles Richard Schinkel, well known resident of Marysville, collapsed at his home, 711 High street, about 1 p.m. today and was pronounced dead when a physician arrived to examine him. He had been in failing health lately. - Schinkel was a native of Marysville, aged 71 years, and had resided here all his life. He farmed for years, but had more recently been doing well drilling. He owned considerable property in Marysville, most of it rented. - With him at the time of his death was his wife, Mrs. Lillian Schinkel. He was resting on the back porch of the home at the time he collapsed. Mrs. Schinkel called help and the Lipp & Sullivan ambulance was sent to the scene. - A son, Charles R. Schinkel jr., of Richmond, also survives him. A sister is Mrs. Walter Stocker of San Francisco. He also leaves three grandchildren. - Funeral arrangements are in charge of Lipp & Sullivan.
SCHMIDT, ANNIE MAY SOPHIA
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/23/1881, p2 - Died: In Sutter county, at Hock Farm, January 20th, Annie May Sophia, infant daughter of the late Christian and Elizabeth Schmidt, aged three months and two days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her mother eight miles south of Yuba City this (Sunday) morning at 9:30 o'clock, thence to the German Catholic Church in this city, where the funeral will be held commencing at 12 o'clock.
SCHMIDT, FRANCES EDWANIA
Evening Democrat - Mon 6/17/1907, p8 - Miss Frances Schmidt Dead At O'Banion Corners - Frances Edwania Schmidt, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Schmidt of O'Banion Corners, Sutter county, died at 2:30 o'clock this morning. She was a native of Sutter county and was but sixteen years old. - Deceased had been sick but two or three days, and her relatives and friends are shocked by the suddenness of her demise. - Besides her parents she leaves a brother, Arthur Schmidt, of Sacramento, and three sisters, Mrs. Lillite Stohlman, Mrs. Frank Rose and Mrs. Daisy Proper, all of Sutter county. She was a niece of F. E. Smith of this city.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/20/1874, p3 - Funeral Notice - The funeral of Mary, relic of Chris. Schmidt, will take place this morning, the procession leaving the Five Mile House at 9 o'clock, and proceed to St. Joseph's Cathedral in this city where High Mass will be celebrated. The funeral procession will probably arrive at the Church at 10:30. All friends of the family are invited to attend.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/27/1895, p4 - Death of Mrs. Edward Schmidt - Mrs. Wilhelmina Schmidt, wife of Edward Schimdt [sic] and mother of Herman E. Schmidt and Mrs. Bruce Sutliff died last night at 10 o'clock. She was a native of Germany and fifty-five years of age. The funeral will be announce to-morrow.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 8/5/1890, p1 - The Reaper - Peter Schoe, a native of Germany, aged 64 years, died at the County Hospital on Monday afternoon of consumption. He was a blacksmith by trade and known in Yuba and Sutter counties.
SCHOEFER, DENISE ANN
Appeal Democrat - 9/15/1970, p4 - Denise Ann Schoefer, the six-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schoefer, of Camptonville, was pronounced dead yesterday on arrival at Rideout Hospital. - The infant apparently suffered a recurrence of a heart condition she had had since birth. The child was born March 10 at Grass Valley. - The Yuba County Coroner's Office ordered an autopsy, but the findings of the autopsy weren't available today. - The girl became sick at the residence of Warne Jaynes of the Marysville-Camptonville Road at Camptonville last night and was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by her mother and oxygen before being taken to Rideout where she was pronounced dead at 11:07 p.m. - Denise is survived by her parents, a sister, Betsy Rene Schoefer, and a brother, Paul Schoefer, who live at the Schoefer residence on Upper Main Street, Camptonville; her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Schoefer of Sacramento; and her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Aquilla Haley of Oklahoma. - Private funeral services were conducted today at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. Memorials to the Crippled Children's Hospital have been suggested.
SCHOOF, GEORGE C.
Appeal Democrat - Wed. 9/3/1986 - Obituaries: Services are scheduled Thursday for George C. Schoof, 81, of Gridley, who died Aug. 30, 1986, at Memorial Hospital in Gridley. - A native of Honcut, he had lived in the Gridley area for 30 years. He had owned several restaurants in Marysville and Gridley. - He is survived by his wife, Edna, of Gridley; his step-daughter, Donna Walters, of Gridley; and a grandson. - Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel in Gridley. Burial will be in Gridley-Biggs Cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/24/1864, p2 - Died: In this city, November 23d, Daniel Schooley, aged 34 years, 1 month and 18 days. - The funeral will take place this afternoon at two o'clock from the Methodist Church. Friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. - New York and Iowa papers please copy.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/28/1890, p2 - Deaths: In Chico, September 25th, Mrs. Margaret Schorr, wife of Jacob Schorr, a native of Bavaria. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Gridley.
Daily Evening Telegraph - 11/12/1867, p3 - Funeral - The funeral of Mr. Schott, whose death was recorded in this paper yesterday, took place to-day about half-past 11 o'clock, and was largely attended, the procession crossing the Yuba bridge and passing up D street, and from thence to the cemetery. A long line of carriages followed his remains to their last resting place.
Daily Appeal - 11/12/1867, p2 - Died: Near this city, November 19th [?], Balthsar Schott, aged 47 years, 6 months, 10 days. - The funeral will take place at the German Church, corner of Seventh and E streets, this morning at 11 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Daily Appeal - Tue 1/1/1878, p3 - Death of a Good Man - Frederick Schreiber died at his residence in this city last evening at half past 5 o'clock, after a brief illness of erysipelas, aged 51 years, 8 months and 1 day. The deceased was a native of Prussia, but came to California from St. Louis, Missouri. He was a citizen much respected for his industry and integrity, and his death will be regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The sympathy of the public are with the bereaved family. Due notice of funeral will be given.
Daily Appeal - Thu 1/3/1878, p3 - Funeral of Frederick Schreiber - The funeral of Frederick Schreiber took place yesterday from his late residence, and was attended by many friends and acquaintances, as well as by Yuba Lodge No. 39 F. and A.M., and Yuba Lodge No. 5 I.O.O.F. Religious services were conducted at the house by the Rev. P. L. Carden, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and the Masonic rites at the grave and under the direction of M. W. Thomas, H. Steel, of Yuba Lodge The following acted as pall bearers. For the Masons-A. J. Batchelder, A. Hochstadter and John Peiffer. For the Odd Fellows: E. A. Davis, Daniel McCarty and Jacob Mathieson. The procession from the residence to the City Cemetery was large and imposing.
Appeal - 1/5/1892, p2 - Death of a Former Resident - The death of Miss Laura A. Schreiber occurred in San Francisco on January 3d, from pneumonia. Miss Schreiber was born in Marysville, and resided here until 1881, when she removed to the metropolis, where she engaged in the dress-making business. She was a daughter of the late Frederick Schreiber and sister of Mrs. Albert Menz of this city. The deceased was age 20 years, 9 months and 23 days. The funeral will be held Thursday and the interment will take place at the Masonic cemetery in San Francisco.
SCHRIEBER, ROBERT NEWTON
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/25/1872, p2 - Died: In this city, August 23d, Robert Newton, youngest son of Fredrick and Cornelia Schrieber, aged 1 year, 1 month and six days. - St. Louis Republican please copy. - The funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, on E street, near Nineteenth, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Friends of the family are requested to attend without further notice.
Daily Appeal – 9/10/1905 – WOODLEAF – Undertaker C. L. Falck has gone to Strawberry Valley to take charge of the burial of John Schroder, a well known miner of this section. (B.S.)
SCHROEDER, CARL (CHARLES)
Daily Appeal - 1/24/1900, p1 - Death of Chas. Schroeder - Found in His Bed Yesterday Morning With Life Extinct. - Charles Schroeder, the well known resident of Sutter county, was found dead in his bed at his place near Live Oak yesterday morning. He retired at 9 o'clock the previous night feeling as well as usual and was found with life extinct by Fred Rehrman, his hired man, who went to arouse him, at about 7 o'clock. - Deceased had recently been under the doctor's care for stomach trouble and gangrene. The attending physician ascribed his death to blood poisoning caused by his diseased foot, which he had neglected and had affected his heart. - Carl Schroeder, which was his correct name, was a native of Germany and was aged 71 years. He leaves no relatives in this country so far as is known outside of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lauber of Marysville. - Coroner P. W. Rowe did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest as, after making an investigation, he was satisfied with the attending physician's certificate. - The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of Kelly & Reynold's in Marysville. The interment will be made in the city cemetery.
Evening Democrat - 1/24/1900, p3 - Funeral of Charles Schroeder - The funeral of the late Charles Schroeder, who was found dead in bed at his home near Live Oak Tuesday morning, will take place from the undertaking parlors of Kelly & Reynolds in this city at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, the burial to be in the city cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 1/24/1900, p4 - DIED: Near Live Oak, January 23d, Charles Schroeder, a native of Germany, aged 71 years. - The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock from Kelly & Reynolds' undertaking parlors. Interment City cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 12/27/1896, p 3 - Died - In this city, December 25, Mrs. Dora SCHROEDER, a native of Germany, aged 64 years. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, 513 C street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Yuba City Cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 12/29/1896, p1 - The funeral of Mrs. Dora Schroeder took place Sunday afternoon and was attended by many of her old friends and acquaintances. The services were held at her late residence, 512 C street, where Rev. J. W. Lundy officiated as also at the Yuba City cemetery where the interment took place. - The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: J. F. Eastman, J. U. Hofsetter, C. N. Jenkins, E. E. Meek, Theodore Niesen and M. T. Featherly.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/23/1888, p2 - Deaths: In Sutter county, eleven miles south of Yuba City, March 22d, Frederick Schroeder, a native of Germany, aged 65 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence this (Friday) morning at 10 o'clock, thence to the Yuba City cemetery, where the interment will take place at 12 o'clock.
SCHROEDER, FREDERICK CHARLES
Appeal Democrat - Fri 1/6/1950, p9 - F. C. Schroeder Dies In Hospital - Frederick Charles Schroeder, 72-year-old O'Banion Corners farmer, died in a local hospital early today. He was a native of Colusa. - He resided on the Maupin ranch, near O'Banion Corners, and lived in Sutter county for about 35 years. - Services will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Interment will be in Colusa cemetery. - Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Erie Schroeder of O'Banion Corners; two sons, Harold of Sutter City and Verne of Yuba City; and seven daughters, Mrs. Gladys Farr of Gridley; Mrs. Mildred Elliot of Gridley; Mrs. Leta DeFreis of Los Angeles, Mrs. Margaret Bradford of Colton, Mrs. Bertha Thompson of Sutter city, Mrs. Frances Knippenberg of Monterey and Mrs. Ella Lucas of Cibelo, Texas. - In addition he leaves three brothers, Louise [sic] Schroeder of Chico, Gottlieb Schroeder of Stockton and Herman Schroeder of Colusa, and four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Humburg and Mrs. Willamena Shuman of Colusa, Mrs. Greta Murden of Oakland and Mrs. Annie Tueferd. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
SCHULTZ, FRANK HERMANN
Sacramento Daily Record-Union – 3/23/1877 – DIED – Clipper Mills – Frank Hermann Schultz, 5 months and 2 days. – Mar. 19, 1877 G.S.W. Twogood – “The Shultz baby was buried at the Strawberry Valley burying ground.” (B.S.)
SCHULTZ, GEORGE FRANCIS
Daily Appeal - 10/31/1876, p2 - Died: At Clipper Mill, October 27th, George Francis, son of John F. and Louisa Schultz, aged 3 years, 4 months and 26 days.
SCHULTZ, RALPH EDWARD
Weekly Mercury (Oroville) – 1/12/1877 – DIED – At Clipper Mills, Jan. 6, 1877, Ralph Edward, son of John F. and Louisa Schultz, aged two years and thirteen days. – 1877 – Jan. 7 – “ Is warm. Wife, Eddie and myself go to the funeral of little Ralph Schultz. Eve. We are visiting at Mrs. Parsons, Clipper Mills” – G.S.W. Twogood. (Note: Twogood’s diary clearly implies that the family went up the road to the cemetery at Strawberry Valley from their home in Woodville (at the tollgate) stopping at Clipper Mills on the return trip. (B. S.)
Marysville Appeal - 10/17/1862, p3 - Human Remains Identified - In yesterday's Appeal appeared a notice of the finding, 3 miles below Nicolaus, of the remains of a boy. N. Schwab, whose son, aged about 10 years, was drowned in the Yuba at this point last spring, recognized the described clothing as being that of his boy, who was drowned on Feb. 8th, 1862. He accordingly went to Nicolaus yesterday, and assisted by C. Musser, undertaker at that place, exhumed the body, (the clothing of which he identified) and brought it up to this city. Mr. Schwab desires us to return his thanks to those persons at Nicolaus, who assisted him in his sad task and to state that the funeral will take place this afternoon from his residence on High street, between First and Second streets.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/4/1864, p2 - DIED - In this city, October 3d, Edward, son of Valentine and Barbara Schwab, aged 6 years, 7 mos. and 24 days. - The funeral will take place this afternoon, at four o'clock, from the residence of the parents, corner of Eighth and D streets.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/24/1880, p3 - Sudden Death of Valentine Schwab - This community was shocked yesterday afternoon at the news of the sudden death of our pioneer citizen, Valentine Schwab. Mr. Schwab being severely afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism took the northern train on Monday evening last with the intention of testing the virtues of the waters of Tuscan Springs. Nothing was heard from Mr. S. until yesterday afternoon, when his son William received a telegram from R. E. Bidwell, clerk for the Red Bluff Hotel, dated 4:45 p.m., briefly announcing, "V. Schwab died here to-day." It was subsequently learned that the deceased was found dead in his bed a short time before the telegram was dispatched. The deceased came to this city in 1858, and opened a place of amusement on D street near Eighth, known as "Schwab's Gardens." Subsequently he became proprietor of Schwab's billiard and oyster saloons, and enjoyed a very large acquaintance in this city and vicinity. Deceased was a native of Germany, aged 58 years. He was a member of Oriental Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F., Marysville Turn Verein, and Germania Grove No. 8, Ancient Order of United Druids. The body will arrive by this morning's train from Red Bluff in charge of Henry Rogers, son-in-law of the deceased. The funeral (notice of which will be given to-morrow), will be under the auspices of Oriental Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 3/25/1880, p2 - Died: In Red Bluff, Tehama County, March 23, Valentine Schwab, a native of Germany, aged 53 years and 13 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from Odd Fellows' Hall, corner D and Third streets, to-day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock.
Appeal Democrat, Friday, January 27, 1956, Pg 7 - Sciskowski - Funeral services will be conducted in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, Marysville, tomorrow at 2 p.m. for Edmund Sciskowski, 61, who died yesterday in his Linda home. Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial. (A.H.)
SCOTT, ADA M. (POTTS)
Appeal-Democrat – 07/08/1929, p. 1 – Mrs. Ada M. Scott Dies at Her Home At Indiana Ranch – Mrs. Ada M. Scott, 51, died Sunday at Indiana ranch, where she had lived for many years. She was a native of California. – Surviving are her husband, A. Scott, a daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Binninger, and three brothers, Herbert Potts of Indiana ranch, Leon Potts of Loma Rice and Herman Potts of Engle mine. – Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Indiana ranch under direction of Lipp and Sullivan.
SCOTT, ALICE F. BOARDMAN
Democrat - 1/5/1903, p6 - Death of a Good Woman - Mrs. Alice F. Scott, wife of William Scott, died at their home on Colmens Colony tract in West Bear River township this morning. She was eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boardman and was 31 years of age, a fond mother and faithful wife. Funeral services from her late residence Wednesday at 11 o'clock. Interment in Lofton cemetery.
Appeal - 1/6/1903, p4 - Death of Mrs. William Scott - Alice F., the beloved wife of William Scott, died yesterday morning at 12:30 at her home in West Bear River township. - The deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boardman and was 31 years and 3 days. She was the mother of three children, one son and two daughters. - The funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at her late residence. The interment will take place in the Lofton cemetery.
Democrat - 1/7/1903, p5 - Funeral of Mrs. Scott - The funeral of Mrs. William Scott occurred this morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Haddich of Indian Springs officiating in the ceremonies at the late home of deceased in West Bear River Township. The cortege which followed the body to its last resting place in Lofton cemetery was one of the largest seen in the county fkr [for] some time.
Mountain Messenger – June 20, 1923, Pg. 2 – Died – SCOTT – At Sicard Flat, Yuba county, June 25, 1923, Mrs. Ellen Scott, a former resident of Poker Flat, native of Canada, aged 74 years.
(Same page) – Old Resident is Dead – Mrs. Ellen Scott, widow of the late Charles Scott Sr., died at her home at Sicard Flat, Yuba county on Monday, June 25th, 1923. Mrs. Scott resided with her husband and family at Poker Flat for a great many years. She was a good wholesouled woman, ever ready to help a neighbor of friend, and was one of the most loved women in the northern part of Sierra county. The family moved from Poker Flat to Sicard Flat a few years ago, after the death of Mr. Scott and the deceased resided with her sons. She is survived by four sons, Charles R., James, Walter and Robert Scott, two daughters, Mrs. Carl Poor and Mrs. W. C. Kingsley, and two sisters, Mrs. Hannah Brady of Forest and Mrs. P. H. Dugan of Oakland. Mrs. Scott was a native of Canada, and 74 years of age. (B. S.)
SCOTT, EMMA CATHERINE
Evening Democrat - Mon 6/17/1907, p8 - Death of Mrs. Emma C. Scott, A Pioneer Lady - Mrs. Emma Catherine Scott died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. D. Woods, 406 First street, Saturday afternoon. She was a native of Little Rock, Ark., and was 62 years of age. She had resided in California since she was a child, being one of the pioneers of the state. She made her home at Oroville for many years. - Surviving deceased are her sons and daughters: Thomas F. Dorser, James W. Dorser, John C. Dorser, Frank R. Scott, Walter W. Scott, Mrs. Edith Black, Mrs. Susan Woods and Mrs. Charles D. Woods. - Funeral services will be held in the undertaking parlors of Kelly Bros. this evening at 7:30 o'clock and the interment will take place at Bangor Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
SCOTT, FRANK J.
Appeal - 1/26/1919, p1 - Frank J. Scott Is Summoned To Rest - Frank J. Scott died yesterday at the Rideout Hospital. He was 55 years of age, and a native of Dobbins, Yuba County. He was a son of the late M. Scott, and a brother of Professor J. A. Scott, former superintendent of schools of Yuba Co. - He leaves a wife, three sons, one daughter and two sisters: Mrs. Mary Irwin, Mrs. Lewis Wilder, of Dobbins, and the following brothers, John H. Scott, of Eugene, Ore., William Scott, of Dobbins, and Jas. Scott. - Scott lived for many years at Indiana Ranch, and was well known in Yuba County. - For a number of years he has had a ranch near Nicolaus in Sutter Co. His death fololwed [sic] a sickness of several months' duration. - Funeral arrangements are under direction of Kelly Bros.
Appeal - 7/26/1917, p4 - A. F. Scott Held As Murderer At Inquest - A. Francis Scott, last night, was held to answer to the courts by an inquest jury which returned a verdict that Scott's day-old child had died an unnatural death. - The jury returning this verdict was comprised as follows: Louis E. Sieber, foreman, M. B. Murphy, T. Syverson, P. H. Merrill, B. J. Fellows, B. J. Herboth and J. E. Klippert. - Scott is in jail. As soon as his wife is able she will be brought to jail. - It is believed by the authorities that if husband and wife are separated long enough Mrs. Scott will tell the truth about the birth of the child whose body was buried in quick time in an irrigation ditch a few yards from their home in the Prairie district. - The inquest was held last night under the direction of Coroner J. K. Kelly. - Few witnesses were called. - W. G. Clough said that Scott told him that his wife expected to be a mother within three months when she arrived in Yuba county. He also said that he went to Scott's house about 10:30 Sunday night and that Mrs. Scott was then about to become a mother and he offered to send his wife to the Scott home to render whatever assistance she could. This offer was rejected by Scott, who said that he could take care of the matter all alone. - It was testified by Sheriff Charles J. McCoy that he had had several conversations with Scott and that Scott told Coroner Kelly and District Attorney Ray Manwell that the child was born dead and that he had wrapped it in quick time and had buried it in an irrigation ditch a short distance from the Scott home. He also said that the child, when born, had a cord around its throat and a knot in the front. When asked to point out the spot where he had buried the infant he showed the officers a certain point but the officers after working for several hours Monday evening, could not find the remains. Scott finally pointed out the right spot. - When examined at the morgue by Dr. G. W. Stratton, E. W. and Allan [article cut off.]
Appeal - 7/27/1917, p1 - Tragic Death of Babe Grieves Young Mother - The woman who gave birth to the infant which was buried in quick time on the Donly Gray ranch was booked at the Yuba county hospital yesterday as "Mrs. A. Francis Scott." - Despite the evidence in the hands of Sheriff Charles J. McCoy that no marriage license was issued in Redwood City as contended by the couple, the young woman says that she is Mrs. A. Francis Scott. She was formerly known as Miss Pearl Brown. - According to Manager Charles H. Beil, manager of the Yuba county hospital, the young woman cries bitterly a great part of the time. When not crying she refuses to talk on the tragedy which has come into her life within the last week-the loss of their child. - County Physician Dr. Everett Gray has provided that she have the best care of a trained nurse. - Within a few days she will be called to tell all she knows of her life with A. Francis Scott.
Daily Appeal – 03/19/1876, p. 2 – DIED. – Near Wheatland March 12th, Miles A. Scott, aged 45 years, 7 months and 17 days.
SCOTT, SAMUEL W.
Daily Appeal - 10/31/1876, p2 - Died: At Reed's Station, Yuba county, October 28th, Samuel W. Scott, a native of Tennessee, aged 53 years.
SCOTT, WARREN ALLEN
Appeal Democrat - 12/4/1948, p1 - Body of Sgt. Warren Scott To Be Returned Here For Burial - With full military honors, Warren Scott Post No. 9602, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of Forbestown, will conduct the graveside services of Warren Allen Scott, for whom the post was named, when the body of the U. S. Marines sergeant is returned in the near future from the Pacific area. - Sergeant Scott, who was the son of T. W. Scott and the late Mrs. Emma Scott of Yuba county, was killed in the battle of Iwo Jima on March 5, 1945. He served with the 3rd Division of U. S. Marines. - The body of the Yuba county man will be brought back aboard the USS Dalton Victory. Arrangements for the funeral and the chosen date will be announced later by Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Home of Marysville. - Besides his father, Sgt. Scott is survived by a brother, Dowell T. Scott and his aunt, Mrs. Martin Ertmode both of Marysville, and an uncle, John Cox, of Sutter county. [Interred at Keystone Cemetery.]
Appeal - 8/19/1906, p1 - Passes Away At Boardman Ranch: William Scott, Well Known Yuba County Farmer, Died Last Night at Earle [Erle] - William Scott died about 5 o'clock last evening at the residence of his father-in-law, C. F. Boardman of Erle, Yuba county. - Mr. Scott was a native of Lisbon, N. Y., and was aged 36 years, 3 months and 8 days. He leaves three children, aged respectively 12, 7 and 4 years. His wife, who was Mr. Boardman's daughter, died about three years ago. There were no other relatives in this State. - The young man was engaged in farming with Mr. Boardman. He was a citizen of worth and standing, and had the respect of the community. - The funeral will take place from the Boardman residence tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock. The interment will be in the Fofton [Lofton] Cemetery. Undertaker R. E. Bevan is in charge.
Appeal - 8/19/1906, p4 - Died: Scott - At Erle, Yuba county, August 18, 1906, William Scott, a native of Lisbon, N. Y., aged 36 years, 3 months and 8 days.
Appeal - 8/21/1906, p1 - I.O.O.F. Services Held At The Grave: The Late William Scott Honored In Death By Host Of Friends - The funeral of the late William Scott took place from the home of C. F. Boardman at Erle yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock and was very largely attended. Services were held at the home, Rev. W. F. Coffin of the Methodist Church of Wheatland officiating. A choir consisting of Mrs. Effie Enochs, Mrs. Alma Murphy, Mrs. Lottie Monson, E. E. Monson and W. H. Niemeyer rendered several very appropriate selections. - The interment took place at the Lofton Cemetery, where Sutter Lodge, No. 180, I.O.O.F., held services which were read by Thomas Abolsum [sic], N. G., and W. H. Niemeyer, chaplain. Arthur Dam acted as marshal. There were about forty members of the order in attendance. - The pall bearers were George Galligan, George A. Akins, E. T. Manwell, Harry Dam, Al Whiteside and Martin Kuster.
SEARLES (SEARL), CHARLES J.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Thu 10/9/1890, p1 - Funeral Notice - C. J. Searle, a deceased member of the G. A. R., will be buried from Red Man's Hall under the auspices of Corinth Post, at 2 o'clock to-morrow. See official notice.
same issue and page - The Last Roll Call - Death at the Cliff House Between Marysville and Yuba City - Charles J. Searl, who died at 11 o'clock this morning at the Cliff House, near Yuba City, was a member of Corinth Post, G.A.R. He has resided in this city for a number of years. The immediate cause of death, we are told, was spasms.
Daily Democrat - Fri 10/10/1890, p1 - Comrade Searl - "Under the Sod and the Dew, Waiting the Judgment Day" - The funeral of Charles J. Searl took place this afternoon, under the auspices of Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R. It was attended by his comrades, by the members of the Women's Relief corps and by citizens. Commander Haynes, assisted by Col. J. B. Fuller, read the service at the grave. The flag was draped as a mark of respect to a soldier. Captain Colford was officer of the day. The interment took place in the city cemetery. The following comrades acted as pall bearers: E. W. Chambers, Ed. Hollen, J. B. Westgate, H. E. Day, Theo. Repholt and Edwin Jones.
SEDGWICK, BENJAMIN S.
Appeal Democrat - Mon 8/29/1966, p4 - Obituaries: Last rites for Benjamin S. Sedgwick, 82, of 2752 Maple St., Sutter, will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Lipp and Sullivan Funeral Chapel. - Sedgwick, a retired store clerk, died Saturday in a local hospital. He was born in England and had lived in Sutter County for the past 10 years. - Among survivors is a sister, Geneva Davis of Sutter. - Interment will be at the Sutter Cemetery. Officiant will be Rev. Ortiz Weniger of the Yuba City First Methodist Church.
SEELEY, NANCY E. WEBB
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/4/1918 - Mrs. Nancy Seeley Dies in This City - Mrs. Nancy E. Seeley, aged 77, died at her home in this city at 12:30 this morning, after a month's illness. Deceased was born in Erie, Pa., and had been a resident of this city for a good many years. She is survived by three daughters, namely: Mrs. H. C. Moren of Vincennes, Ind.; Mrs. V. Barnett and Miss Edith Seeley of this city. One grand-daughter, Helen Barnett. R. E. Bevan & Son have charge of the remains.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/6/1918 - Seeley Funeral Held Yesterday - The funeral of Mrs. Nancy E. Seeley was held yesterday afternoon from the chapel of R.E. Bevan & Son. Interment was in the Marysville City Cemetery. Rev. S. J. Buck of the Methodist Church officiated. Songs were rendered by the Methodist Church choir. The casket bearers were Edward Benham, Ira Jones, Claude Barnes, N. Mahle, Peter Engie and A. H. Alderman.
SELBY, ROLL W.
Appeal Democrat - 3/18/1954, p 18 - Roll W. Selby, 67, died yesterday in Yuba City Community Hospital. He was a painter and had lived in Marysville for nine years. He was born in Illinois. - Surviving are his wife, Edna Mae; two sons, Dr. Luther Selby of Parks Air Force Base and Arthur W. Selby of Davis; four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Brown of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Katherine Caballero of Redlands, Mrs. Ota Lee Babcock of Holbrook, Ariz., and Mrs. Pauline Jones of La Crescenta; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Smart of Marysville and Mrs. Daisy Emmel of Indianapolis, Ind., and 10 grandchildren. - Funeral services will be in the Chapel of the Twin Cities in Yuba City with Rev. S. L. Folkenberg of the Yuba City Seventh-day Adventist church officiating. Services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m.. Interment will be in the Sierra View Memorial Park.
SELIG, JEAN BERNICE
Appeal Democrat - Wed 8/24/1966, p30 - Obituaries: Funeral services will be Friday for Jean Bernice Selig, 42, of Yuba City, who died early yesterday at a Sacramento Hospital following a short illness. - Mrs. Selig, a cafeteria employe at Yuba City High School, lived at 1018 Hillcrest Ave., Yuba City. She was a resident of the Yuba City area for 20 years and a native of Mount Shasta. - She was a charter member and past president of Iota Eta Chapter, Delta Theta Tau Sorority, a charter member of Junior Matrons, a Pink Lady in the Fremont Hospital Auxiliary and a member of Daughters of the Nile. - Surviving her are her husband, Lozell; a son and daughter, Dennis and Diana, both of Yuba City; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thorne D. West of Happy Camp; a brother, Francis W. West of San Pablo; and one grandchild. - Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Ullrey Memorial Chapel, Rev. Walter Singer, pastor of the Faith Lutheran Church, Marysville, will officiate. Burial will be at Sutter Cemetery.
SELLON, LATROBE ROSEVELT
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 6/26/1877, p2 - Died: In this city, June 24th, Latrobe Rosevelt Sellon, aged 56 years, 9 months and 21 days. - Funeral this afternoon from his late residence at half-past 3 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.
SEMPER, SAMUEL P.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 8/23/1867, p2 - In this city, August 22d, Samuel P. Semper, aged 56 years and ten months. - Funeral will take place from the Episcopal Church, corner of E and Fifth streets, this afternoon at five o'clock. Friends of deceased are invited to attend.
SERSANOUS, ISIDORE H.
Weekly Appeal – 11/19/1880 – DIED – In Browns Valley, November 6th, Isidore H.,
son of B. and M. Sersanous, aged 6 years, 3 mos. And 21 days. (B. S.)
“ This lovely bud, so young so fair,
Called hence by early doom
Just came to show how sweet a flower
In Paradise would bloom.”
SESSLER, LOTA R.
Appeal Democrat - 1/12/1999, p C-2 - Lota R. Sessler, 89, of Gridley died Jan. 9, 1999, at Valley Oaks Health Care Center in Gridley. - Born in Riverton, Ore., she was a Butte County resident for 50 years. She worked as a stenographer with the Employment Development Department for 27 years. - Survivors include two daughters, Julie Stark of Yuba City and Louisa Andrews of Palm Springs, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. - She was preceded in death by a son, Arthur Sessler. - Services: No services were held. Arrangements are under the direction of Gridley-Block Funeral Chapel.
SEVEGE, ROBERT F.
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/14/1877 - Died: Marysville, April 12 - Robert F. Sevege, a native of Massachusetts, 19 years, 11 months and 4 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of John Short, Seventh street, between E and F, Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
SEVEY, DANIEL A.
Marysville Democrat - Mon 8/9/1920, p7 - Death Of Old Soldier - Challenge - Word was received here Sunday of the death of Daniel Seavey [sic], of Strawberry Valley, at his home there Saturday afternoon. Deceased was aged about eighty and had resided in this section for the past thirty or forty years. He is survived by his widow, who is postmistress at Strawberry, two sons, Fred Seavey[sic] of Stockton and Charles Seavey[sic] of Nevada City, and one daughter, Mrs. Grant of the Oak Valley Sawmill. Deceased served with the Union forces all through the Rebellion and was one of the few members of the Grand Army living in this part of Yuba county.
Marysville Appeal - Thu 8/12/1920, p8 (date confirmed of issue) - Civil War Veteran Dies - Daniel A. Sevey, assitsant [sic] postmaster at Strawberry Valley, and a veteran of the Civil War, died at his home yesterday of the infirmities of old age. He was 78 and is survived by his widow.
Sacramento Bee – 12/11/1928, Pg. 5 – DIED - SEVEY --- In this city December 2, 1928, Lucy Sevey, wife of the late Daniel A. Sevey, mother of Mrs. Maude McIntosh of Westwood, Mrs. W. A. Grant of Campville (Camptonville), Frederick A. Sevey of Stockton, Charles B. Sevey of Sacramento, sister of George H. Hills of Washington, a native of Iowa, aged 76 years, 4 months and 24 days. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow ( Wednesday ) at 8 A. M. from the chapel of Harry A. Nauman & Son, 2021 28th Street. Interment Brownsville Cemetery. (B. S.)
SEWARD, HOSEA IVO
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/14/1891, p2 - Died: In this city, November 12th, Hosea Ivo, youngest child of George and Elizabeth Seward, aged 2 years and 6 months. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of her parents, corner of B and Ninth streets, this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/16/1913, p1 - Oldest Justice in California Dead: John Seward, Aged Pioneer, Dies After Life of Success and Reverse: Anchored in Feather River Opposite Marysville Over Half Century Ago - John Seward, a resident of Yuba county since 1849, and justice of the peace of West Bear River township, died last evening at the age of ninety-one years. His home was near Oswald, where he had resided since the early '70s. During his residence in California as a forty-niner, packer, rancher, cattleman and county officer, John Seward knew success and reverse. He had often been confronted with both and showed the courage of true manhood whenever the latter faced him. In times of reverse he bore the brunt of loss and started to build again with the remaining tools left him. - He was born in Kennebac [sic] county, Maine, on May 22, 1822. In 1849 he, in company with twenty-six adventurers, purchased an old whaler and after stocking it with three years' provisions they set sail for California. On September 17, 1849, they anchored in the Golden Gate and after loading their provisions into six small boats they proceeded north. - When opposite about the present site of Marysville they anchored their crafts in the Feather River and started for the mines. At a point along the Yuba river they built a sawmill and named the station Kennebec, in honor of the old New England county home. Seward with another companion pushed forward into the wild recesses of the mountains, and at what is now Downieville they located a claim which yielded them $75 per day. Numerous other claims were located and they extracted $80,000 from the river bottoms. - The deceased then forsook mining and operated a pack train into the mines, but later sold the animals and kept a grocery store at Parks Bar. From there he went to a point on Bear river and started in the cattle business, but in 1862 his ranch was overflowed and his cattle and horses drowned. Not discouraged he located near the present site of Oswald, which he made his permanent home. He was the first man to bring the Percheron stallion to this part of California. - John Seward was the oldest justice of the peace in California. He is survived by Mrs. Lawton of Wheatland, a sister of his wife, who died in 1901. The funeral arrangements, which will be announced later, are under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/18/1913, p1 - Seward Funeral - The funeral of the late John Seward, Yuba county pioneer, will be conducted this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the Methodist church at Wheatland. Interment will be made in the family plot at the Wheatland cemetery.
Sacramento daily Union – 1/13/1864, Pg. 5 – DIED – In Marysville, Jan. 9th, Patrick Sexton, aged 95 years. (B. S.)
Sacramento Daily Union – 12/05/1873, Pg. 2 – DIED – Forest Ranch, Yuba co., Emory P. Seymour, 49 years. (B. S.)
Daily California Express - 12/15/1862, p2 - Died: In this city, on the 14th instant, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Wm. C. Shaffer, aged 34 years. - The funeral will take place to-day, at 3 o'clock p.m., from her late residence on G street, between Ninth and Tenth. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
SHAFFER, ELIZABETH F.
Daily Appeal - 1/17/1899, p1 - Funeral of Mrs. W. W. Shaffer - All Remaining Mortal of a Well Known Young Woman Finds Final Repose - Elizabeth F., the beloved wife of W. W. Shaffer, died at St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, at 1:00 Sunday morning where she recently underwent an operation. - The deceased was the daughter of John Martin who has been employed at the Marysville Foundry for many years, and a few years ago married Mr. Shaffer who at the time conducted a furniture store on D street, afterwards removing to San Francisco with his wife and only child. - The remains arrived in this city on the noon train yesterday, and services were held at St. Joseph's Church where Father Kirley officiated. There was a large attendance at the funeral ceremony as the deceased was much respected in the community where she had resided almost constantly from childhood. - The death of Mrs. Shaffer was the more sad from the fact that she had not yet reached her twenty-second year. Many beautiful floral pieces the gift of loving friends were placed on the casket. The interment took place in the Catholic Cemetery, where the services were concluded by Father Kirley. - The following members of Marysville Parlor No. 6, Native Sons of the Golden West, to which deceased husband belonged acted as pallbearers: Murat F. Brown, P. J. Delay, J. H. Marcuse, C. L. Hunt, J. A. Bilhartz and J. M. Morrissey.
Sacramento Daily Bee - October 21 1865 - Deaths - October 19th in Linda Twp. Peter SHAFFER aged 31 yrs, 10 mos. (R.T.)
SHAFFER, WALTER CHARLES
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/3/1879 - Died: In this city, January 1st, Walter Charles, son of W. C. and Charlott Shaffer, aged 7 years, 7 months and 11 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the parent's residence, northeast corner of A and Thirteenth streets, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
SHAFFER, WILLIAM C.
Daily Appeal –4/21/1891 – DEATHS – In Marysville, April 20th, William C. Shaffer, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 69 years, 11 months and 11 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Episcopal church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock. (B. S.)
SHAFFER, WILLIAM FRANCIS
Daily Appeal - 10/13/1896, p4 - Died: In this city, October 12th, Willie Francis, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shaffer, a native of Marysville, aged 1 year, 2 months and 12 days. Funeral services at St. Joseph's church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment, City cemetery.
SHANAHAN, FLORA S.
Daily Democrat - Thu 10/9/1890, p1 - Funeral - Interment in the Catholic Cemetery of Marysville - The remains of Flora S. Shanahan, who died at Sheridan, arrived in this city Wednesday evening on the five o'clock train. They were accompanied by the relatives and many friends. The ceremonies took place at St. Joseph's cathedral, Rev. F. Dillon officiating. The interment was in the Catholic cemetery. The following acted as pall bearers: J. P. Colford, Jr., W. O'Brien, W. Hearn, R. H. Anderson, P. Brennan and J. Switzer.
Daily Appeal – 02/12/1895, p. 1 – Tom Shannon’s Body Found. – The body of Tom Shannon, drowned twelve days ago, was found about 5 o’clock Sunday afternoon near Knight’s Landing in the vicinity where an extended search had been made. The body lay on its face in about fifteen inches of water with the middle portion of the back projecting. It was in perfect condition and showed no signs of foul play. An autopsy was held by Dr. Freeman and Justice of the Peace Bowles summoned a jury. Verdict: Accidental death by drowning.
Sacramento Union - 5/4/1854, p2 - Another Murder - Marysville, May 3 - 9 p.m.. General John Sharp, of Sharp's Ranch, on the Sacramento road, was shot about three o'clock this afternoon. A party of men were cutting timber on his land, and when ordered to discontinue, fired on him, killing him instantly. He was alone at the time, and entirely unarmed. No arrests have been made up to this time.
Sacramento Union - 5/6/1854, p2 - Surrendered Himself - It seems that Sullivan, who recently shot Mr. Sharp near Marysville, delivered himself up to the Sheriff.
Sacramento Union - 5/10/1854, p3 - Examination of Sullivan - The examination of Sullivan for the recent murder of Sharp, near Marysville, was commenced before Justice Singer in that city on Monday. It seems, from the testimony of a partner of the deceased, that a portion of the ranch on which the deed was committed, is in dispute. On the day previous to his death, Sharp crossed Bear River with a party of friends, to the disputed territory, where he found Sullivan and others cutting wood and making rails. - After some words, says the Express, the latter party abandoned the premises, and Mr. Sharp's party set fire to the rails, and they were consumed - Sullivan threatening when he left. - On the following day Sharp returned, with others, to the spot, armed, and after some search in the wood and underbushes, came across Sullivan and party, who had arrived before them. When the two parties first saw each other they were 25 or 30 rods apart. Sharp and his friends advanced eight or ten rods, when he remarked that he would go alone and have a talk with the other side, and requested his companions to stop. Before starting he gave his pistol and belt to his son. He then advanced some rods, though not far enough to be out of the hearing of his friends, to hold a parley with the enemy. As he came up Sullivan said: "Sharp, what did you come here for? You have a pistol and have come to kill us, have you?" Sharp replied, "No, I came to talk with you - have no arms." Sullivan, or some one of the party, witness could not swear positively which, fired. Mr. Sharp fell, and died in five minutes. - The examination was continued.
Sacramento Union - 5/13/1854, p3 - Concluded - The examination of witnesses in the case of Sullivan, at Marysville, has been concluded. The argument of counsel was to have been heard yesterday. Limmerman, who had been implicated as a particeps criminis, was discharged.
Sacramento Union - 5/15/1854, p3 - Sullivan - The examination of Sullivan, at Marysville, for the killing of Sharp, was concluded on Friday and resulted in his being held to bail in $8,000 to answer the charge of manslaughter.
[See Dec. 16 & 18, 1854 issues for acquittal of Sullivan.]
SHARP, SARAH A.
Marysville Daily Appeal – 2/24/1863 – Died – In Long Bar Township, Yuba County, Feb. 18th, Mrs. Sarah A. Sharp, wife of Geo. R. Sharp, aged 22 years and 11 months. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SHARP, W. R.
Daily California Express – 8/01/1863 – Died – From wounds received at the fall of a balcony in Marysville on the 31st of July, Mr. W. R. Sharp, of this city. He was a native of Delaware, aged 63 years.( Philadelphia and Delaware papers please copy )(Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SHARP, WILLIAM H.
Appeal Democrat - Mon 12/7/1970, p4 - Obituaries: Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday for William H. "Smokey" Sharp, 61, of Biggs, who died Friday at Franklin Hospital in San Francisco following a lengthy illness. - A native of Oroville, he had attended Oroville schools before moving to Biggs in 1931 and making his home at 192 Fourth St. At the time of his death, he was assistant manager of the California Rice Growers Association mill in Biggs and was a member of the Oroville Elks Club. - Survivors include his wife, Doris, of Biggs; a daughter, Betty Taylor of Gridley; a sister Edith Bean of Oroville; two brothers, Otis Sharp of Oroville and Charles Sharp of Marysvilel[sic]; and one grandchild. - Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Block Funeral Home in Gridley, with Rev. George McLane of Biggs Community Methodist Church officiating. Burial will take place at the Gridley-Biggs Cemetery.
Oroville Daily Register – 3/18/1914, Pg. 1 – INFANT DIES SUDDENLY – The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sharrer died suddenly at the Park Hospital yesterday morning. In order to determine the cause of death, an inquest will be held over the remains just as soon as the parents can be located. They are somewhere in the vicinity of Keddie. ( Excerpt from the diary of Charles F. Adams ) – 1914 – Tues. Mar. 17 – “ One of Harvey Sharrers twins died last night. Will be buried at Strawberry.” – California Death Index shows – Sharrer , Edmond – Age, 01 – Butte County – Died, 3/17/1914.) (B. S.)
SHARRER, GEORGE W.
Daily Appeal – 7/10/1908, Pg. 7 – George W. Sharrer Is Buried At Strawberry – The funeral of George W. Sharrer, an aged resident of Clipper Mills, who died on July 5, was held last Tuesday, and the aged pioneer was buried in the Strawberry Valley cemetery. The deceased came to California in 1852, and eight years later was married to Sarah C. Springer, who entered Beaulah Land about 5 years ago. The funeral was largely attended and many beautiful floral tributes gave evidence of the esteem in which the departed pioneer was held. The urn containing the ashes of his wife, who was cremated soon after death, was deposited in the grave with his remains. The deceased was born in Western Pennsylvania on September 28, 1828, and was at the time of his death nearly 80 years of age. He leaves to mourn his demise four sons and one daughter: Francis W. of Scotia, Mendocino county, D. Edmond and George W. of Clipper Mills, Harvey L. of Point Richmond, and Mrs. Lizzie Gullick of Oakland. (B. S.)
SHARRER, SARAH C.
Daily Appeal – 10/01/1903, Pg. 1 – TALES FROM THE UPPER LEVELS – WOODLEAF – Mrs. Shearer (Sharrer) of Clipper Mills is quite ill. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 10/08/1903, Pg. 4 – TALES FROM THE UPPER REACHES – WOODLEAF – Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sharrer went to Forbestown yesterday to consult a physician. Mrs. Sharrer seems to be in rather poor health. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 10/22/1903 – TALES FROM THE UPPER REACHES – WOODLEAF – Woodleaf, Oct. 21.--- Mrs. George W. Sharrer, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Charles Gulick, started for Oakland, on Wednesday. Their many friends will be pleased to hear of their safe arrival at the home of Mrs. Gulick, where her mother will remain for a season. (B. S.)
Oakland Inquirer – 3/22/1904, Pg. 2 – DIED – SHARRER – In Oakland, March 21, 1904, at 565 Sycamore street, Sarah C., beloved wife of George W. Sharrer, an mother of Mrs. C. F. Gulick, F. W., H. L., G. A. and E. D. Sharrer, a native of Maine, aged 68 years, 4 months, 23 days. (B. S.)
Oakland Inquirer- 3/23/1904, Pg. 9 – MRS. SHARRER’S DEATH –Mrs. George W. Sharrer, aged 68 years, died March 21st at her home in this city. Deceased leaves a husband and was the mother of Mrs. C. F. Gulick, wife of the principal of the Prescott school. Deceased also leaves four sons, F. W., H. L., G. A. and E. D. Sharrer. (B. S.)From the obituary of George W. Sharrer – Daily Appeal – 7/10/1908, Pg. 7 – The deceased came to California in 1852, and eight years later was married to Sarah C. Springer, who entered Beaulah Land about 5 years ago. The urn containing the ashes of his wife, who was cremated soon after death, was deposited in the grave with his remains. (B. S.)
Oroville Daily Register – July 12, 1904 – ( excerpt ) - Woodleaf – Mr. and Mrs. Townsend attended the burial services at Strawberry Valley Sunday, when the ashes of the late Mrs. Sharrer of Clipper were interred in the Strawberry Valley Cemetery. (B.S.)
Daily Appeal – 12/09/1886 – DEATHS – At Challenge Mills, Yuba, county November 29th, Thomas M. Sharrer, aged 22 years, 9 months and 17 days. (Maine and Illinois papers please copy.) (B.S.)
Daily Appeal – December 9, 1886 – DEATHS – At Challenge Mills, Yuba, county November 29th, Thomas M. Sharrer, aged 22 years, 9 months and 17 days. (Maine and Illinois papers please copy.) (B.S.)
Sacramento Daily Record-Union – December 2, 1886 – A Yuba County Suicide – A correspondent of the Record-Union, writing from Challenge Mills, Yuba County, November 29th, says: “A young man to-day received a letter from his girl, and in ten minutes afterwards shot himself through the heart. His name is T. Sherrer, 24 years of age. He has been in the employ of A. M. Leach, of the Challenge Mills, for eight years, and for the past four years has acted in the capacity of head clerk. He leaves his aged parents broken-hearted. He was a young man of engaging manners, prepossessing appearance, steadt habits, respected by all, and had many warm friends in the community. His remains have been removed to the home of his parents, five miles from this place.” (B.S.)
Sacramento Daily Record-Union – December 3, 1886 – The Cause of the Rash Act – A correspondent of the Record-Union gave some facts in yesterday’s issue relative to the suicide of young Shearer at Challenge Mills. The following, from the Marysville Appeal of yesterday, throws some light upon the cause that led to his rash act: Information was brought to this city yesterday of a somewhat sensational suicide at Challenge Mills on the evening previous. The surmises formed a theme for gossip during the day among those who claimed, or thought that they had become acquainted with the facts surrounding the deplorable incident. From the source which an Appeal reporter secured his information, it appears that the suicide’s name was Thomas Shearer, a young man about 26 years of age, and employed at the mills as book-keeper by A. M. Leach. His nature was said to be very impressionable, and that he became infatuated with a young lady living in the locality, who received his attentions without the last idea of being serious. He apparently was serious, though, but had not the courage to make himself explicit, and when he ascertained that she had accompanied a gentleman friend to a social gathering, while on a visit in this city, wrote a letter full of condemnatory language, which the young lady resented in a reply, and the receipt of which is supposed to have so worked upon him that he took his own life. (B.S.)
SHAVER, EDWARD NOEL
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 8/7/1904, p1 - Funeral Services Today - The funeral services for the late Edward Noel Shaver will be held at 1 o'clock this afternoon at the residence of J. M. Hooper, Wheatland. The interment will take place in the Wheatland Cemetery.
SHAW, BETHEWELL P.
Marysville Herald - 11/5/1850, p3 - Died: In Marysville on the morning of the 31st Oct., Bethewell P. Shaw, of Burham, Me., in the 23d year of his age.
SHAW, C. H.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p1 - Death The Reaper - C. H. Shaw Succumbs to the Ravages of Consumption - C. H. Shaw died at the Ebner House on B street at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon after an extended illness from consumption. The deceased was a native of Maine and about 62 years of age. He came to this city from La Porte, Plumas county, where he had been mining, several months since in the hope of improving his health. - He leaves a wife, two sons, Robert and Roscoe, the former of whom lives at La Porte, and four daughters, Mrs. Viola Babcock and Mrs. Mary Carey of Stockton and Misses Alice and Maud Shaw, who reside in this city. - The deceased was a member of Jefferson Lodge, No. 97, F. and A.M., of La Porte, and the funeral arrangements will be made by his brother Masons in this city. The interment will probably take place to-morrow.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/29/1900, p4 - Died: In this city, May 28th, C. H. Shaw, a native of Maine, aged 61 years, 11 months and 10 days. Funeral notice hereafter.
SHAW, ROBERT GILMAN
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/29/1905, p1 - Robert G. Shaw Dead - Pneumonia Ends Life of Industrious Young Man - The life of a well known young man came to an end at 5 o'clock last evening when the grim reaper claimed as his own, Robert Gilman Shaw. He passed away quietly at his home at 403 A street. - The deceased was a native of California, and was aged 25 years, 10 months and 18 days. He leaves a mother, two brothers and four sisters. He was employed as drayman for the Sperry Flour Company for about a year. His death resulted from pneumonia. - He was a steady and very industrious young man and his passing away will be regretted by his many friends. - Notice of the time set for the funeral will appear hereafter. - - p.4 - Died: At his home, 403 A street, March 28, 1905, Robert Gilman Shaw, a native of California, aged 25 years, 10 months and 18 days. Funeral notice hereafter.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/6/1902, p1 - Died at the Hospital Yesterday - William Shaw died at the County Hospital yesterday. The deceased was a native of Massachusetts, 66 years of age and was a former resident of the Honcut. He leaves a brother, George Shaw, who is employed at the Smith & Greely ranch at the Honcut. - Undertaker R. E. Bevan has taken charge of the remains.
Marysville Appeal - 11/6/1918, p4 - Dies In Philadelphia House - John Shay, 65 years of age, and a native of Ireland, died of influenza in the Philadelphia House this morning. The remains were taken in charge by Kelly Bros., and interred in the city cemetery.
Wheatland Recorder - 2/1/1878 - A terrible accident occurred at the Pittsburg mine at Smartsville last Tuesday by which Simon Shay and Thos. Brown lost their lives. The men were working in a ground sluice when they were swept away by the immense volume of water, which was caused by the blocking of the flume above them. They were carried the entire length of the flume, over 4,000 feet, into the Yuba river. When found Shay was dead. Brown was taken home alive, but died in a few hours. Both were married men with large families.
Sacramento Daily Union - 2/1/1878 - Died: Smartsville, January 29. - Simon Shay, 35 years.
Marysville Appeal - 5/26/1917, p4 - Shea Funeral Today - The funeral of Timothy Shea, who was killed near Bangor Wednesday evening, will be held from Kelly Bros'. parlors this afternoon at 2 o'clock. She [sic] was a resident of this county for a number of years, and had many friends in this district.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/23/1881, p2 - Died: In Marysville, January 20th, Timothy Sheehan, a native of Ireland, aged 61 years. - Friends and acquaintances, and those of his son, John A. Sheehan, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, southeast corner of F and Fifth streets this (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, thence to St. Joseph's Cathedral where the funeral service will be held.
Daily Appeal - 12/22/1881, p2 - Died: In the Yuba County Hospital, December 21st, Andrew Sheets, a native of Virginia, aged 61 years.
SHEETS, ELI W.
Daily Appeal - 4/7/1896, p 4 - Funeral of E. W. Sheets - The Ceremony at Wheatland Very Largely Attended - The funeral of Eli W. Sheets took place in Wheatland on Sunday, and was under the auspices of Sutter Lodge No. 100, I.O.O.F. The servicese were held in the Odd Fellows hall where the religious services were read by Rev. L. B. Hindman, and the services of the Lodge by R. P. Stagner, N.G., and B. F. Monson, Chaplain. A large cortege followed the remains to the cemetery, a number of Odd Fellows being in line, A. A. Attkisson acting as Marshal. The services were concluded at the cemetery and the remains of the last surviving charter member of Sutter Lodge was laid at rest. - The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: S. D. Wood, John Steinman, Frank KIrshner, Sam Kuster, J. F. Bawn and C. K. Dam. - The deceased was initiated into the Odd Fellows on May 6, 1856.
Wheatland Graphic - 10/13/1883, p 3 - Death of George Sheets - George the youngest child of E. W. Sheets, died in this town Thursday at 9:30 p.m. The funeral will take place this (Friday) afternoon at 3 o'clock.
SHEETS, H. MARIA
Daily Democrat - 1/7/1908, p 1 - Mrs. E. W. Sheets, Resident of Wheatland, Answers Summons - Death again this afternoon removed from our midst another pioneer of Yuba county when Mrs. E. W. Sheets answered the final summons at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Needham in Yuba City. Deceased was a resident of Wheatlanad [sic] for nearly half a century and was loved and respected by all. - She came to Yuba City to spend Christmas with her daughter when she contracted a cold that resulted in a severe attack of pneumonia. Her extreme age made it impossible to withstand the dread disease and death proved the victory this afternoon. Mrs. Sheets was a native of Pennsylvania, 74 years of age and one of the early settlers of Yuba county. To mourn their loss four children survive her. Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Murphy and Miss Kate Sheets of Wheatland and Mrs. J. B. Needham of Yuba City. A sister, Mrs. T. W. Judy, reside in Dunsmuir and a brother, J. P. Kesner, resides in Wheatland. - Arrangements for the funeral will be announced later.
Daily Appeal - 1/8/1908, p 7 - Wheatland Woman Died at Yuba City - Yuba City, Jan. 7. - Mrs. H. M. Sheets of Wheatland died this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of her son-in-law, Rev. J. B. Needham, in this city. Death was caused by pneumonia, from which Mrs. Sheets had been a sufferer but a short time. She came here from Wheatland to spend the Christmas holiday with her daughter and was taken with a severe cold which developed into pneumonia, and caused her death. - Mrs. Sheets was a native of Pennsylvania, having been born in that state on September 2, 1833. She was 74 years, 5 months and 5 days of age. - She was married to E. W. Sheets at Muscatine, Iowa, on April 6, 1859. To this union were born eleven children, four of whom survive. They are Mrs. J. M. Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Murphy and Miss Kate Sheets of Wheatland, and Mrs. J. B. Needham of this city. - She leaves two brothers, J. P. Kesner of Wheatland and E. H. Kesner of Columbia Falls, Montana, and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Long of Neodesha, Kansas, and Mrs. T. W. Judy of Dunsmuir, California. - Mrs. Sheets came to California by way of the isthmus in March, 1860, and joined her husband who had preceded her at Kempton's Crossing on Bear river, Sutter county, where they lived until August, 1866. They then removed to Wheatland, Yuba county, where Mr. Sheets died in April, 1896, and where Mrs. Sheets resided until the day of her death. - The funeral will be held from the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, in Wheatland, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Daily Appeal - 2/7/1871, p 2 - Died: In Wheatland, February 6th, Lizzie, daughter of Eli W. and Maria Sheets, aged 4 years and 9 months. - The funeral will take place to-morrow from the residence of the parents. Friends are invited to attend.
Appeal Democrat - 3/18/1954 p18 - Margaret Sheets, 70, of Marysville died in a local hospital yesterday following a long illness. - Mrs. Sheets was a native of Chicago, and had resided here for 28 years. She is survived by a son, Oscar Sheets of Marysville; three grandchildren, Betty L. Casto, Lawton Casto and Stephen Sheets, all of Marysville; and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Rucker of Whittier and Mrs. Mary Hill of Redlands. - Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/7/1895, p 1 - Is He Dead This Time? - William Sheets, alias Pea Ridge, must have as many lives as the Kilkenny cats, as his death is once again chronicled. The Post announced that he had died in the Alms House, San Francisco, on March 5, 1895, and the Call and Chronicle devote some space when announcing his death a few days ago. This noted criminal admitted having spent forty-two years of the seventy-five years that comprised his life, behind the prison walls. He was a San Quentin pioneer, with six different aliases, and was last sent to the State Prison from Yuba county in 1889, having stolen a vice from the New Western Hotel. He was blind in one eye, and claimed to have respectable relatives in this section of the country. He used to tell stories about having robbed stages in early days, but during the last years of his life he was known to the officers as a sneak thief.
Marysville Appeal - Thu 12/7/1911, p1 - Old Resident Has Final Call - In this city, Dec. 6, Mrs. Rosalie Shefchik, loving wife of Frank Shefchik and mother of Miss Mary Shefchik of Marysville, Mrs. J. Loomis of Oakland, Mrs. M. A. Clark of Vallejo and Mrs. J. C. Heenan of Marysville. A native of Austria, aged 68 years, and a resident of Marysville for thirty years. Kelly Brothers have charge of the funeral, the date of which will be announced later.
SHELDON, CHARLES NELSON
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 9/5/1916, p8 - Died: In Marysville, September 4, 1916, Charles Nelson Sheldon, a native of New York, aged 58 . Funeral arrangements later.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 9/7/1916, p4 - Sheldon Funeral Today - The funeral of Charles Sheldon, who died in a local hospital, will be held from the funeral chapel of R. E. Bevan & Son this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be in the Marysville City Cemetery.
SHELL, FRANK S.
Appeal Democrat - Sun 8/18/1968, p4 - Obituaries: Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel for Frank S. Shell, 63, who died Thursday. Survivors include a sister, Nellie Tierney of Seattle, Wash. Military interment rites will be conducted at Sutter Cemetery by personnel from Beale Air Force Base.
Daily Appeal - Sat 3/17/1906, p1 - Passing of Another Pioneer - Mrs. Angeline Shelton, for Fifty Years Resident of This County, is Dead - Mrs. Angeline Shelton, who suffered a stroke of paralysis a few days ago died yesterday morning at 3:40 o'clock at her home on A and Thirteenth streets in this city. She is a pioneer of Marysville, having resided here for 50 years. She was the beloved wife of the late W. E. Shelton and was the owner of the Shelton picnic grounds. - The deceased was born in Fairfield county, Ohio, and was aged 66 years and 9 months at the time of her death. One brother, Wash Smith, and one sister, Mrs. Josephine Baumbardner, survive her, both being residents of this city. - The deceased was a kind hearted and well liked lady and leaves many friends both old and young who will regret to hear of her demise. - The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan in this city and the body will be laid at rest beside her deceased husband in the city cemetery.
Daily Appeal - Tue 3/20/1906, p1 - Shelton Funeral - The funeral of the late Mrs. Angeline Shelton took place from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan last Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Rev. Fred Sheldon officiating. The pall bearers were Ferd Klempp, George W. Sutliff, M. S. Wilson, Charles Hastings, James Bridley and John Carstenbrook. The body was interred in the city cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - Wed 3/27/1878, p2 - Died: At Yuba Dam, Linda township, March 25th, Annette, daughter of W. K. and Angeline Shelton, aged 4 years, 11 months and 18 days. - The funeral will take place from the residence of the parents this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
SHELTON, C. F.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 8/23/1895, p1 - Died At Clipper Mills - A Prominent Citizen Taken Away by Typhoid Fever - C. F. Shelton, a prominent resident of Clipper Mills, died Tuesday morning from an attack of typhoid fever. Mr. Shelton had been sick for only a few days and was thought to be out of danger by his physician, when a sudden relapse bore him away. - The deceased was an old teacher and has always taken great interest in educational matters. He filled many prominent positions in the east where he formerly resided but retired from the field of politics after coming to this State. - A wife and four children are left to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father. The bereaved family have the sympathises of the entire community. Mr. Shelton was buried in Brownsville cemetery.
SHELTON, CHARLES EDWARD
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tues 9/6/1904, p1 - "Posy" Shelton Dead - Funeral of Well Known Resident Will Take Place Today - Charles Edward Shelton, a former resident of Linda, died at Stockton on Saturday, where he had been residing for the past five years. - The deceased was a native of Marysville and about 43 years of age. He was the oldest son of Mrs. W. E. Shelton of Linda and was a brother of Geo. W. Shelton. The only sister, Cora, recently died at her home in Linda. - The deceased was commonly known as "Posy", a name which he took from his father. For several years he had charge of the well known picnic grounds known as Shelton's grove. Those who attended the dove stews given at the grove will all remember the deceased on account of his size and his social qualities. - The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this morning from the undertaking parlors of J. K. Kelly and the interment will take place in the family plot at the City Cemetery.
SHELTON, CORA CHRISTINA
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tues. 8/2/1904, p1 - Death The Reaper - Typhoid Malarial Fever Proves Fatal in Case of Miss Cora Shelton - Miss Cora Christine Shelton died at 10:30 on Sunday morning at her home in Linda township from typhoid malarial fever, after an illness of four weeks. The announcement of her death was heard with feelings of the deepest regret by a large circle of her friends and acquaintances throughout this locality. - The deceased was a native of Yuba county, 24 years of age, being the only daughter of Mrs. Christina and the late W. E. Shelton. She had lived all her life at the old home at historic Yuba Dam, and was educated at her home school. She was a girl with a sunny disposition, attached to her home and who was considered of a particularly generous and warm hearted nature by all her friends. To all appearances Miss Shelton had always been a very healthy girl and when she was first taken sick no one suspected that the illness would terminate fatally. When the attending physician told her a few days before her death that all her Marysville friends were inquiring about her she stated that she would soon be better. - Besides her afflicted mother, who has the sympathy of her many friends she leaves to mourn her demise two brothers, Edward, who resides at Stockton, and George, who lives at the home place. - The funeral services will be held at the family home at 10 o'clock this morning and the interment will be made in the City Cemetery.
same issue, page 5 - Died: At her home nr. Linda township, July 31, 1904, Cora Christina Shelton, a native of California, aged 24 years. - The funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock this morning at her late home. Interment family plot, City Cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/22/ 1872, p2 - Died: Near Simpson's Bridge, Yuba county, Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Shelton, aged 8 years.
Appeal Democrat - Sat 12/28/1935, p1 - Crash Kills Flora Shelton - Colusan's Car Strikes Truck As Lights Fail - Victim of Accident West of Yuba City Widely Known - Mrs. Flora Shelton, 55, of Colusa, widely known throughout northern California as an official court reporter, died at 9 a.m. Saturday at Rideout hospital of a fractured skull and other injuries received Friday night when the automobile in which she was riding with Ernest Dotson, also of Colusa, crashed into the rear end of a truck on the Colusa highway just west of Onstott road. - Mrs. Shelton, who has appeared many times in an official capacity in the Yuba and Sutter county courtrooms, was returning home from a visit to her son, O. M. Shelton in Fresno, Dotson accompanying her as driver of her new model coupe. - Coupe Smashed - Following the crash Mrs. Shelton and Dotson were removed to the Sutter county hospital, the former being taken later to the Rideout where the losing fight to save her life was continued. Dotson received treatment for head injuries. - The Shelton coupe was smashed into a mass of wreckage by the collision. - Charles Frank Zumar, and Lambert Bartlett, regular and relief driver of a big potato carrier owned by Francis Gehring of Klamath Falls, told investigators that the lights on their truck had gone out only a moment before. - Zumar, who was driving, said he instantly swung off the road as far as possible. A power pole prevented him from completely clearing the highway with the long, 20-foot truck body. - Flashlight Waved - As the vehicle came to a stop, Bartlett leaped from the cab with a flashlight and warning flares with which to warn oncoming traffic. - Bartlett said he saw the lights of the Shelton car close at hand. He had no time to light the flare, but waved his flashlight. A moment later the terrific crash came. Dotson discovered the projecting truck body too late to avoid it, but managed to swerve partly to the left. - Traffic Officer Tal Norwood conducted an investigation at the scene of the accident and directed removal of the wreckage. - Inquest In Yuba - District Attorney Loyd Hewitt who, with Sheriff Bert Ullrey, joined in the investigation Friday evening, said his office was continuing to gather information on the case. Since Mrs. Shelton's death occurred in Yuba county, the inquest to determine responsibility for the tragedy must be arranged by Coroner J. P. Sullivan of that county. - Zumar and Bartlett, the truck-men, remained in Yuba City following the accident, and sent word of the mishap to their employer in Klamath Falls. Both the drivers also make their home in that city. - Mrs. Shelton was a native of California and resided in Woodland before establishing her home some years ago at Colusa to follow her profession as a skilled shorthand reporter. She owned a summer cabin at Challenge. - The body was removed Saturday by Lipp & Sullivan to the McNary funeral home in Colusa.
Appeal Democrat - Mon 12/30/1935, p2 - Colusa Service for Mrs. Flora Shelton - Funeral services will be held in Colusa for Mrs. Flora Shelton, 55, court reporter of the Colusa superior court, who died at 9 a.m. Saturday in Rideout hospital here of injuries suffered when her automobile collided with a truck on the highway west of Yuba City. - An inquest into the fatal accident will be set by Coroner J. P. Sullivan of Yuba City.
SHELTON, GEORGE WASHINGTON
Sacramento Bee 21 November 1904 - The third death to occur in one family in the last 4 months took place Sunday morning when George SHELTON, the remaining member of Mrs. W. E. SHELTON’S household, passed away. - The eldest son Charles, died in July last and the daughter, Miss Cora answered the summons in September. - George Shelton, who was 34 years of age was suffering from dropsy jaundice, but an overdose of morphine taken accidentally to alleviate his suffering brought an end. (R.T.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tues 11/22/1904, p1 - The Last One Taken - Death Robs Mother of Three Children Within Six Months - George Washington Shelton of Yuba Dam died at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning at the residence of Mrs. Uri Embody on D street. His death resulted from a complication of diseases. - The deceased was a native of California and about 25 years of age. He had lived all his life in Linda at the old Shelton place. This was a sad death as his brother Edward and sister Cora have died within the past six months and only the mother remains to mourn the loss of all her children who have passed away. - The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from Undertaker Kelly's parlors and the interment will take place in the family plot at the City Cemetery.
same issue, page 4 - Died: In this city, November 20, 1904, George W. Shelton, a native of California, aged 25 years. - The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from Undertaker Kelly's parlors. Interment, City Cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 8/22/1926, p6 - Shelton Funeral Held Yesterday Afternoon - Funeral services for James Shelton were held from the Bevan-Bricker funeral home at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. John W. Winkley officiated. Burial was in the city cemetery under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan.
SHELTON, JOHN W.
Daily Appeal - Thu 5/6/1880, p2 - Died: In Linda Township, Yuba co., May 4th, John W., son of Wm. E. and Angeline Shelton, aged 13 years, 11 months and 24 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral which will take place from the parents' residence, in Linda Township, this morning at 10:30 o'clock.
SHELTON, REUBEN W.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 12/29/1915, p1,5 - Reuben Shelton Expired At The Breakfast Table - While engaged in eating breakfast Wednesday morning at the Lucas home, Ninth and G streets, in this city, Reuben W. Shelton died suddenly from heart failure. Deceased has been failing in health for some time but his condition was not thought very serious and he was able to be up and around despite this fact. He was in apparent good health this morning, when he sat down to the breakfast table, and had taken but a few mouthfuls of food when he suddenly gasped and fell back in his chair, dead. The deceased was 82 years of age and has been a resident of California since 1854, coming here from Tennessee. Practically all his life since coming to California has been spent in Marysville where he was well and favorably known. - He is survived by a nephew, H. Jones, of Gridley, Butte County, and a niece, Mrs. Goodling, of La Platte, Missouri. - The deceased some time ago put his business in shape and told Lucas that if he should die suddenly for him to immediately notify his friend Jack Kelly and he would attend to the rest. Shelton was well aware that his heart was weak and that he was apt to drop off any moment. - Funeral services under the direction of Kelly Bros. will be held from his late home Friday morning at 10 o'clock, and interment will be made in the Yuba City cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - Thu 12/30/1915, p4 - Death Claims An Aged Trapper Of Yuba County - Reuben W. Shelton, One Of Oldest Residents Of County Passes Away Suddenly - An eventful career of mining, trapping and fishing in the hills of California was brought to an end yesterday morning in the sudden death of Reuben W. Shelton, at the home of a friend, Charles Lucas, Ninth and G streets. Shelton, who was 82 years of age, had enjoyed good health and it was while eating breakfast at the Lucas home that he was stricken with heart failure and died before medical aid could reach him. - Shelton was born in Tennessee 82 years ago, coming to California 54 years ago across the plains. He settled in this county and had resided here since that time, making frequent trips into the hills in the quest of gold or hides. He was well known among mining men and trappers. - Shelton is survived by only one nephew, Hilvey Hones of Gridley, and a niece, Mrs. Gooding of La Platte, Missouri, who visited him recently. - The funeral services will be held from the Lucas home Friday morning at 10 o'clock under the direction of Kelly Brothers. Interment will be in the Yuba City cemetery.
SHELTON, ROBERT L.
Daily Appeal - Fri 11/11/1887, p2 - Deaths: In Linda township, November 10th, Robert L., infant son of W. E. and Angeline Shelton, aged 4 months and 13 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the parents' residence in Linda township to-day at 2 o'clock p.m.
SHELTON, WILLIAM E.
Daily Democrat - Sat 8/12/1893, p1 - Death of W. E. Shelton - After a lingering illness of nearly two months' duration, W. E. Shelton, of Linda township, who was best known as "Posey," died at two minutes before midnight, at his home east of this city. The deceased was an old landmark and familiar figure about Marysville. He came to this section in 1852 and has lived continuously at his late home since the 4th day of July, 1867. The funeral will take place on Monday morning at 10 o'clock, the interment to be in the city cemetery. Dropsy was the ailment that led to Mrs. Shelton's death.
Daily Democrat - Mon 8/14/1893, p1 - Funeral of W. E. Shelton - The funeral of W. E. Shelton took place from his late residence in Linda township this morning at 10 o'clock. The Rev. C. H. Beechgood, of the Methodist church, read the funeral service at the house and grave. The funeral cortege was well attended, proceeding to the city cemetery where the interment took place. - The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: J. R. Garrett, A. Wade, John Canon, John Hopkins, James Bradley, S. E. Inlow, T. P. Bennett and Dr. Osby.
SHEMIER, HENRY CLAY
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 11/8/1877, p2 - Died: At Live Oaks, November 6th, Henry Clay Shemier, aged 30 years, 2 months and 26 days.
Sacramento Daily Union - 11/18/1864 - Died: In Marysville, Nov. 16th, Alma, wife of Isaac G. Shepard, aged 35 years.
Weekly Appeal – 8/22/1880 – DIED – In this city, August 20th, Maud, infant daughter of F. W. and Matilda Shepard, aged 1 month. (B. S.)
SHEPARD, REBECCA L.
Marysville Daily Standard - Mon 1/23/1871, p2 - Died: At West Bear River Township, 21st instant, Rebecca L., wife of B. A. Shepard, aged 22 years and 8 days. - The funeral will be attended from the Episcopal church in this city to-day, at 2 o'clock p.m. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
SHEPHARD, WALTER JOHN
Appeal-Democrat - 12/2/1955, p 1 - Wheatland Man's Death Caused by Asphyxiation - Wheatland - Walter John SHEPHARD of Wheatland, who apparently awoke last night to find his home burning, was unable to get out of the door and was asphyxiated, according to a report from the office of Yuba County Sheriff-Coroner John Dower. - The 66 year old farm laborer was found lying on the floor behind the door when the Wheatland Fire Department arrived. - The fire, which was discovered at 6:15 p.m. neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck, reportedly started at the head of Shephard's bed and is presumed to have been caused by a cigaret. The cabin was at the rear of 309 Fourth St., and was owned by Mrs. Caddie Dam. - Mr. and Mrs. Beck said they smelled smoke and traced it to Shephard's cabin. They could see no flames, but Beck ran to turn in the alarm and Mrs. Beck went directly to the home of Fire Chief Tom McDevitt. - Beck and McDevitt pulled Shephard's body from the building. When they opened the door, smoke billowed out. Shephard was fully clothed except for his shoes. - Shephard was given artificial respiration, but he never regained consciousness. - Autopsy performed last night indicated death was due to an asphyxiant, according to Sheriff-Coroner Dower, who said there was no ventilation in the cabin, interior of which was burned out. - Shephard was a native of Minton, N. D. The body removed to Hutchison's Colonial Chapel in Marysville.
SHERMAN, AUGUSTUS H.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Fri 10/9/1891, p4 - Died: Near the Honcut, Marysville Township, October 8, 1891, Augustus H. Sherman, a native of California, aged 36 years. - Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of J. E. Androuse to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 10/10/1891, p2 - Died: Near the Honcut, Marysville township, October 8th, Augustus H. Sherman, a native of California, aged 36 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of J. E. Androuse this morning at 10 o'clock.
Daily Appeal - Wed 5/21/1873, p2 - Died: In this city, May 20th, Charles, son of Charles and E. J. Sherman, aged 6 months and 4 days. (Notice of funeral to-morrow.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 5/22/1873, p2 - Died: In this city, May 20th, Charlie, son of Charles and E. J. Sherman, aged 6 months and 4 days. - Funeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from residence of parents, near corner of D and Fourth streets. Friends are invited to attend.
Daily Appeal - Sat. 9/11/1909, p1 - Pioneer Stage Man Passes Away - Charles Sherman of Bangor died at the United States hotel in this city yesterday afternoon. He contracted a cold a few days ago and having been a sufferer of asthma and bronchial troubles for years, his condition gradually grew worse and congestion of the lungs took place. He was about the streets of the city Thursday evening, having returned from Meridian where he went a few days ago in company with his wife. - Deceased was a pioneer stage owner and driver, and was well known throughout this section of the state. Associated with his brother, Luther Sherman, he had been one of the owners of the La Porte stage line for more than thirty years. In early days he handled the reins and came to this county at the time of the early settlers, when stage lines were the only means of conveyance. - He went from this county to Chico several years ago and resided there for a few years, where he had charge of the race track of that city. From there he and his wife took up their home on their ranch in District 70 and resided there up until about three years ago, when they went to Bangor, where they have been conducting the hotel. - He married Miss Mary May, who conducted a millinery establishment in this city years ago. She survives him. Deceased was about 72 years of age. No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeral. - The brother, Luther Sherman, will arrive this morning from Woodleaf.
Daily Appeal - Sun 9/12/1909, p8 - Funeral of Chas. Sherman - The funeral of Charles Sherman, who died at the United States hotel Friday afternoon, will be held in this city this afternoon at 3 o'clock from Kelly Brothers' undertaking parlors. Interment will be in the city cemetery. - The wife, brother and sister, Mrs. Freeman of Mill Valley, arrived here yesterday to attend the funeral. An old friend of the dead statge [sic] man, E. Stephenson of San Francisco, accompanied the relatives.
Daily Democrat - Mon 5/24/1897, p1 - Killed In A Mine - Of Two Miners Engaged in Blasting at Browns Valley One Meets His Death - The Other Painfully Injured - As the result of an accident which occurred on the lower level in the [blurred] mine at Browns Valley about 10:30 o'clock last night the remains of a man named Ed. Sherman occupy a slab at the morgue in this city, while a young man named William Shea, a fellow employe of Sherman, is suffering painful injuries at the hotel in the mining camp. Both men were employes of the Webb Mining Company, and went to work last evening with the shift which reports at 6:15 o'clock. - Shea and Sherman had been detailed to prepare a series of blasts in a stope and at 10:30 o'clock had the powder charged holes, six in number, ready for the match. They proceeded in the usual manner to discharge the blasts, using a long fuse which burns sufficiently slow after being ignited to give the miners time to retreat to a safe distance. - When the match was applied last night Shea walked hastily away, as usual, and had proceeded quite a distance before he looked back. He then discovered, to his dismay, that Sherman for some reason, not explained, was not following him. The next instant the first explosion occurred and he could observe Sherman's body as it was thrown forcibly to the floor of the stope by the awful concussion, and force of the flying debris. - Though the explosion caused the candle, which Shea was carrying, to go out, he was undaunted, and with great courage and presence of mind, he hastened back to his unfortunate comrade, intent on carrying him to a safe place before the remaining charges were exploded. He had placed Sherman's form over his shoulder and was hastening away when the other blasts exploded in quick succession. Though the flying ore and gravel showered about the two men, inflicting fresh wounds on Sherman and almost disabling his rescuer, the bottom of the shaft was reached while Shea in his weakened condition was yet able to give the alarm. - The two men were hastily taken to the surface and Supt. Farnum telephoned to Dr. Powell to come at once to assist Dr. Williams, the company's physician, in relieving them. Sherman died in less than an hour, before the Marysville physician reached him. An examination of his body showed numerous perforations made by the gravel and ore. One wound that was necessarily fatal was found in the back to the left of the spinal column. Here a large piece of rock had entered and passing through the body, made its exit in front in the lower portion of the abdomen. Internal hemorrhages brought about the poor fellow's death. - The brave Shea, who risked so much to save his companion from the danger of the final explosions, escaped luckily. While he has many slight wounds, the one most serious is in the calf of the left leg, from which Dr. Powell removed a large piece of rock which had lodged in the muscle next to the bone. Dr. Powell says Shea will recover. - Sherman, the dead man, entered the employ of the Webb Company quite recently, arriving at Browns Valley from Nevada City about two weeks ago. Last month he was employed in a mine at Mokelumne Hill. - The remains will be taken to Nevada City to-morrow for burial. In a memorandum book found on his person the address of two brothers-John Sherman of Crookston, Minnesota, and Herman Sherman of Norway, Michigan-was written, besides the addresses of numerous friends. Deceased is supposed to be a native of Sweden. In a letter found in his pocket mention is made of $328.91 which is Sherman's share of an estate distributed in the old country. He had prepared a telegram directing the Swedish Consul at San Francisco to forward the amount to him on receiving it. - Sherman was about 28 years of age and Shea is about the same age. - Coroner Bevan held an inquest at Browns Valley, the following acting as jurors: W. M. Jefferds, J. Palmer, Joe Picard, H. Caviller, J. W. Brady, J. F. Gundry, John Rhoda and Thos. Hutchins. The verdict was that death was caused by internal hemorrhage and laceration of the bowels. - Sherman was a member of Court Garfield, No. 9, Foresters of America, of Nevada City.
SHERMAN, ELIZA J.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 4/27/1886, p3 - Death of a Marysville Lady - Mrs. E. J. Sherman, a well-known milliner of this city, died at San Francisco last Sunday. Particulars in regard to this sudden death are at present writing unlearned.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 4/28/1886, p2 - Died: In San Francisco, April 25th, Mrs. Eliza J. Sherman, wife of Charles Sherman, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 46 years and 10 months. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of J. H. Pender, this morning at 10 o'clock.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 10/9/1867, p2 - Died: In this city, October 5th, Mrs. Mary Sherman, aged 42 years and 2 months.
Sacramento Bee October 10, 1867 - Died Oct 5th Mrs. Mary SHERMAN aged 42yrs 2mos (R.T.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/30/1884, p3 - The Dead Body of a Woman Found in the Sands of the Yuba - A Chinaman, while raccoon-hunting in the Yuba river bottoms south of Marysville yesterday afternoon, came upon the dead body of a woman at a point 150 yards below the bridge and thirty or forty yards from the river bank. The Chinaman immediately informed special officer Miller, who in turn, notified Coroner Hopkins and the body was brought in to the undertaking rooms at the Coroner's office. The body is that of a woman of about 50 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches in height, of stout build, weighing from 200 to 225 pounds. The face is full and round, double chin, small nose and grey eyes. The hair is light brown, streaked with grey, and done up on two short braids at the back. There are no teeth on the upper jaw excepting two molars on the right side. The lower front teeth are in place but there are none other on the lower jaw. A part of the scalp, six inches long by four wide is torn from the skull. There is a deep cut at the base of the skull penetrating to the bone. The right leg is broken above the knee. The back is covered with blue splotches resembling powder or ink marks. There was no clothing whatever on the body when found. A slight decomposition has set in on the lower limbs. The body has the appearance of having been in the water eight or ten days. It had undoubtedly been floated down by the recent high water and left in the position in which it was found when the waters receded. Several theories were advanced regarding the matter, one of which was that murder had been committed. The skull, however, is not fractured, and all the wounds on the head could have been made by sharp rocks or timbers, and were probably made in that way. Two or three persons thought they recognized the body as that of Mrs. Sherman of Brandy City. Eleven days ago Mrs. Sherman and her son fell from a foot log into the North Fork of the Yuba, between Brandy City and Indian Valley. The son was unable to save his mother. All the circumstances go to show that this is the body of the unfortunate woman-Mrs. Sherman. It is probable deceased came down with the flood. The head, being unprotected by clothing, was cut in the manner described above, by striking against jagged rocks. There was no abrasion or discoloration of the skin where the left was broken, indicating that the limb had been protected by clothing when broken. There was no cuts anywhere on the body, showing that, while in the water, it must have been protected by clothing. It seems probable, therefore, that the clothing had been taken from the body by some person - Chinaman or Digger Indian - since its lodgement in the sand. A telegram was sent to Camptonville by the Coroner to see if anything definite could be ascertained. [ The burial book for the Marysville City Cemetery shows an entry for Dec. 29, 1884 of Mrs. Sherman, aged 45 years, female, white, married, place of death Yuba River, cause of death drowned.]
SHERMAN, MORTIMER O.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 2/21/1918, p5 - Mortimer Sherman, Pioneer Stage Driver Is Called - Mortimer O. Sherman, a pioneer stage driver, died in this city yesterday. He is survived by a niece, Mrs. Ruth A. Quick of Fardale, Pa. Sherman, who is a native of Pennsylvania and 76 years old at one time drove a stage between Sacramento and the Oregon line. - The remains are in charge of Kelly Brothers, undertakers.
SHERMAN, WILLIAM & STEVEN
Marysville Evening Democrat – 11/06/1913 – SHERMAN BROTHERS FOUND DEAD IN THEIR LONELY CABIN – With strong belief that they were murdered, word reached Marysville shortly before noon Thursday that the dead bodies of Will and Steven Sherman were found this morning by a friend named Travis in a lonely cabin occupied by the men at a point in the mountains a few miles northeast of Strawberry Valley. A long distance call to The Democrat from J. Bean, owner of the hotel at Strawberry Valley, this afternoon conveyed the information that every indication pointed to the fact that the two brothers had been brutally murdered and the assassin had had plenty of opportunity to escape. How long the men had been dead, Bean said, had not been determined definitely but indications are that the bodies had been laying in the cabin for two or three days. The first information of the finding of the bodies by Travis reached the coroner’s office in this city over the telephone about 11:30 and a similar message was received by the sheriff’s office about the same time, although the advice received lacked particulars and did not say how the men came to their death. Instructions to investigate the matter were immediately wired by the officials in this city to Deputy Sheriff A. Beaver and Justice of the Peace Henry Coupe at Challenge to investigate the matter, but up until late this afternoon no further particulars had been received. Additional advice is expected tonight, however, and if the circumstances are believed to warrant it, authorities in this city will go to the scene of the crime.- BROTHERS WELL KNOWN – The Sherman brothers were well known in the eastern section of the county. They were formerly engaged in mining, but for some time past have been engaged in making shingles and cutting wood for posts in a lonely part of the forest between Strawberry Valley and North Star. The isolated condition of the cabin is thought to be the reason why the bodies were not discovered until today. – MYSTERY SURROUNDS CRIME – As far as known the two men had no sworn enemies, yet it is hardly believed that robbery could have been the motive of the crime. The whole affair appears to be deeply shrouded in mystery that probably will never be cleared. If the men as believed from the information at hand, were taken unawares in their cabin and murdered, plenty of time has elapsed for the assassin to escape from the country and the authorities will be at a great disadvantage in solving the matter. From some untraceable source a report came this afternoon that the men had been drinking and probably quarreled with fatal results, but this theory, along with some belief that the victims might have entered into a suicide pact, is scouted (?). People in the mountains have accepted the murder theory as certain. (Note: Historic records show William Sherman and Freeman Sherman but no Steven residing in the area. Possibly Freeman was known as Steven. The marker (metal tag ) and the existing Strawberry Valley Cemetery records show Bill and Freeman Sherman in one grave.) (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)Marysville Evening Democrat – 11/7/1913 - BROTHERS MAY HAVE DIED FROM EXPOSURE – No additional information has been received in this city by the authorities in connection with the finding of the dead brothers in a cabin near Strawberry Valley Thursday morning. Word has been anxiously awaited by both the sheriff’s and coroner’s offices, but up until late this afternoon no new developments were reported by the deputies in the mountain section, which has led to the belief that nothing has been found in the investigation thus far conducted to indicate that the men were murdered, as it was first supposed. In ordering an investigation yesterday instructions were given that the authorities here be notified in order that they could go to the scene if the circumstances were thought to warrant it, and it is the lack of further advice that has developed the “ natural death “ theory. There is still much mystery surrounding the deaths of the two men, however, and it would be a strange co-incidence that they should die at the same time and at the same place. It was planned to hold the inquest in the mountains this afternoon and it is expected that this inquiry will clear away some of the doubt that has existed since the discovery was reported yesterday. More was learned today about the life and habits of the men. One of the brothers is said to have been a “ squaw “ man at one time, and both are said to have been addicted to drink. They lived in the mountains most of the time, but are said to have been coming to this city to spend the winter in the county hospital for the past few years. The only theory, besides murder advanced today for their death is that they became helpless from over-indulgence and died from exposure. (Note:It was Cyrus Travis who found the deceased brothers. At first it appeared that a crime had been committed but as Cyrus told the story, a pan of mushrooms was found on the stove and it was likely that the brothers died from eating poisonous mushrooms. – Information provided by Dennis Travis and Mary Lou Lauck, grandchildren of Cyrus Travis.) (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
Daily Appeal – 11/081913 – DOUBLE FUNERAL FOR BROTHERS – Murder Theory Blew Up at Coroner’s Inquest Held Yesterday – As predicted in yesterday’s Appeal, the theory of murder regarding the death of Freeman and Bill Sherman at North Star was absolutely wrong, and the coroner’s jury returned a verdict yesterday to the effect that death resulted in both cases from exposure and alcoholism. The inquest was held by Acting Coroner Henry Coupe of Challenge, and an autopsy was performed by Dr. Clark of Challenge. The coroner’s jury made a thorough investigation and the verdict met the approval of all interested in the case. No marks on the bodies indicated that any violence had been exercised. The deceased brothers were strongly addicted to drink and had been on a long debauch just prior to their death. A double funeral will be held this morning at Strawberry Valley. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SHERMER, CLARA JANE
Marysville Appeal - Sat 8/23/1913, p1 - Death Claims Mrs. Clara Jane Shermer - Recent Arrival From Oregon Is Dead - Mrs. Clara Jane Shermer was called by death early yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leon Moore, at 1105 G street. Death was sudden and came unexpected; although the deceased had been ailing for some time. She had only resided in this city but three months, having come here from Ashland, Oregon. - She was a native of Ohio, having been born there fifty-nine years ago. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan & Son.
SHERWIN, E. G.
Daily Appeal – 7/27/1875 – DIED – At the County Hospital, July 21st, E. G. Sherwin, aged 62 years. (B. S.)
Daily National Democrat - 9/9/1859, p 3 - Found - The body of James Sherwood was found floating in the river, yesterday morning, about 2 miles and a half below Sutter's. It was discovered by the pilot of the down river steamer. The boat was stopped, the body tied to a tree and a messenger sent to this city to notify the friends of the dead man of the fact that he was found. His body was brought up yesterday afternoon and place in charge of the Marysville Fire Department, of which deceased was a member. He belonged to the Pioneer Engine Company, served as an active fireman and possessed an exempt ticket. His death is lamented by many friends. His funeral will take place to-day from the Senate House at 4 p.m.
Daily National Democrat – 9/10/1859, p 2 – Funeral of James Simpson and James Sherwood – These well known and much lamented citizens of Yuba county, (the latter of this city,) were followed to their graves on yesterday, by a large procession of their friends and acquaintances. The Masonic fraternity, of which they were both members, and the Fire Department, of which Mr. Sherwood was a member, were in attendance, according to their respective relations to the deceased, and accompanied them to their last resting place. Many were the tears which were shed, and deep the grief of numerous surviving relatives and friends. Mr. Simpson leaves a highly interesting family.
SHERWOOD, THOMAS JEFFERSON
Sacramento Bee 26 December 1904 - Marysville, Dec. 26. The funeral of Thomas Jefferson SHERWOOD, late editor of the Evening Democrat of this city, took place here this afternoon. Services were held in Forester’s Hall, under the direction of Marysville Aerie No. 434, Fraternal Order of Eagles. - Many old friend of the editor came from a distance to attend the funeral, and the Grass Valley Sportsmen’s Club sent a beautiful floral piece. - The pallbearers selected were James O’BRIEN, John T. ALIMENT, Peter J. DELAY, John LEARMONT, John C. WHITE, Frank LEONARD, S.D. JOHNSON and R.L. RUSSELL. (R.T.)
Sacramento Bee 2 Jan 1905 - The will of the late Thomas J. SHERWOOD who for a long time edited the Marysville Democrat, has been filed for probate. The estate consists of $6,000 in cash in bank, $4,000 life insurance, about $1,000 in household furniture and personal effects and shares of stock of unknown value in several corporations. - The heirs are Mrs. Ida SHERWOOD, wife of the deceased, and Mrs. Dora DANIELS, Mrs. Mary VARNEY and Mrs. Maud MARCUSE, daughters. The insurance is payable to the widow. (R.T.)
SHETERLY, E. B.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/18/1891, p2 - Died: Near Spenceville, November 17th, E. B. Sheterly, a native of Indiana, aged 51 years and 9 months. - The funeral will leave his late residence this morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, Union cemetery.
SHIRLEY, KATHERINE MAE
Appeal Democrat - 3/1/1972, p 6 - FUNERAL RITES FOR K. SHIRLEY AT ST. JOHN'S - Katherine Mae SHIRLEY, 47, the wife of Marysville accountant Thomas O. Shirley, died early today in their home at 2136 Ahern St. - Shirley told Yuba County sheriff's deputies his wife developed extreme difficulty breathing about 1 a.m. He attempted to help her, but was unsuccessful, he said. She was taken to Rideout Emergency Annex by ambulance, where doctors attempted unsuccessfully to revive her. - Born in Taft, she had lived here for 37 years. She was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. - She is survived, in addition to her husband, by six sons, Thomas Jr. of Atascadero and Timothy, Todd, Terry, Kevin and Kent, all of Marysville; her mother, Mrs. Walter T. Ellis of Yuba City; her sister, Mrs. Elsie Futter of Millbrae, and her brother, Vernon Alton of Yuba City. - Funeral services are scheduled for Friday at 10 a.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, with private cremation services to follow at Sierra View Memorial Park. Arrangements are by Hutchison's Colonial Chapel.
SHOEMATE, JORDAN P.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/20/1895 - Former Resident Dead - Jordan P. Shoemate Succumbs to a Long Illness - Jordan P. Shoemate, a resident of this county, expired early yesterday morning after a long illness, at Kirkswood, Tehama county. Deceased was 59 years and a native of Tennessee. The only relative surviving him is a brother. - The remains will be brought to this city this morning on the California Express train, and will remain at R. E. Bevan's undertaking parlors until the hour of the funeral which will be announced later. - Mr. Shoemate will be buried under the auspices of Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R. of which organization he was a member.
Daily Bee – 10/03/1862, Pg. 3 – Deaths – At Long Bar, Yuba county, Sept. 30th, Annie, wife of Kline Shuyler, aged 25 years. (B. S.)
SIDLINGER (SIDELINGER), GEORGE
Oroville Register – 9/19/1895 – Clipper Mills Jottings – George Sidlinger a former resident of this place, was found dead in his bed at Woodville on the 8th inst. The interment took place at Strawberry Valley. (B. S.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 2/2/1910, p5 - Mrs. Siefert Is Dead At The Bay - Yuba City, Feb. 1 - Barbara Siefert, beloved wife of Andrew Siefert, of Live Oak, died this morning about 2 o'clock at the German hospital, San Francisco, as the result of a very critical operation. She had been in failing health for some time and an operation was deemed necessary by the attending physician to save her life. - She was a native of Germany and aged 49 years and had resided in the vicinity of Live Oak for many years, where she leaves many friends who will learn of her death with deep regret. Besides a husband, she is survived by five daughters, namely, Christiana, Lena, Anna, Flora and Frances Siefert, and one son, Henry Siefert. - The remains arrived at Marysville this evening and were taken in charge by Kelly Bros., the undertakers. No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeral. [Follow up article lists her burial at Live Oak Cemetery, Sutter County.]
SILLS, LESLIE WELLINGTON
Appeal Democrat - Tue 8/9/1966, p25 - Obituaries: Leslie Wellington Sills, 63, of Bangor died today at Medical Arts Hospital in Oroville. - A native of Fallon, Wash., he was a retired lumberman, and had lived in Bangor for 25 years. He was a member of Heyburn Masonic Lodge in Idaho, Ben Ali Temple of the Shrine in Sacramento, and Brownsville Grange. - Survivors include his wife, Alpha G. Sills, two daughters, Marie Cubbler of Marysville and Mary Lou Harrington of Pinole; a son, Leslie V. Sills of Baker, Ore., his mother, Mrs. Cora Sills of Oroville; and a brother, Stanley Sills of Brownsville. - Services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Lipp and Sullivan Chapel in Marysville. Interment will be in Upham Cemetery, Butte County.
Daily Appeal - 8/16/1910 p1 - Sudden Death Oregon House - It is reported from the Oregon House that Antone Silva, well known in that vicinity, had died suddenly. Justice of the Peace Simmons held an inquest. Verdict was that death resulted from natural causes. Interment will be made at the Oregon House today. John Hocking has charge of funeral.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/29/1922 p5 - Antone Silva Dies - Antone Silva, 75 years old, a native of Portugal, died at the Dawson House here yesterday afternoon. - Silva, who is a former resident of Nevada County, is said to be survived by a large family. The remains are in charge of Kelly Brothers.
SILVA, DOLORES IRENE
Appeal Democrat – January 21, 2004 – Dolores I. Silva – Dolores Irene Silva, 76, of Strawberry Valley died Jan. 12, 2004, at Oroville Hospital in Oroville. Born in Sious Falls, S.D.. she was a Yuba-Sutter resident for 58 years. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a son, Larry Silva of Strawberry Valley; a sister, Dorothy Carnahan of Oroville; and two granddaughters. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Lloyd Silva. A graveside service is scheduled at 1 p.m. Saturday at Strawberry Valley Cemetery. Arrangements are under direction of Scheer Memorial Chapel, Oroville. (B.S.)
Appeal Democrat – 1/7/1954 – Funerals – Silva – Funeral services for Frank J. Silva were conducted in the Strawberry Valley at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday. Rev. Chris Gottschalk of Woodleaf officiated. Pallbearers were James Sanders, Charles Moore, Walter Neifert, Stanley Travis, Floyd Bragger and Jordan Duggan. Interment followed in the Strawberry Valley Cemetery. Direction was by Lipp and Sullivan. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
SILVA, JOHN JR.
Marysville Appeal - Thu 4/14/1927, p2 - Tudor Boy Suffers Attack of Heart at School, Dies Later - John Silva, Jr., 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Silva of the Tudor district, suffered an attack of heart trouble yesterday while attending school, was rushed to the Rideout hospital by the Lipp and Sullivan ambulance and later died. - The boy is also survived by three sister [sic], Mary, Myrtle and Frances Silva, and three brothers, Joe, Clarence and Alvin Silva. - Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lipp and Sullivan. - Young Silva was born in Sacramento.
Marysville Appeal - Sat 4/16/1927, p8 - Silva Funeral to Be Held Monday Morning - At 10 o'clock Monday morning mass will be said in St. Joseph's Catholic church for John Silva, Jr., Tudor school boy who died Wednesday following an attack of heart trouble suffered while he was attending school. Burial will be in the family plot in the Catholic cemetery here under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan.
SILVA, LLOYD JUNIOR
Chico Enterprise-Record – 12/29/1999 - STRAWBERRY VALLEY- A graveside service for Lloyd Junior Silva, 78, of Strawberry Valley, will be 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 3, at the Strawberry Valley Cemetery. Silva died Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1999, at a local hospital. Born Sept. 15, 1921, in Strawberry Valley to Frank and Mollie Silva, he grew up in the area. As a young man, he worked in the mine at Poverty Hill. He served in the Army during World War II, in a tank division. After the military, he worked as a heavy equipment operator in the logging industry. He last worked for Soper Wheeler 34 years before retiring. He enjoyed music and as a young man had his own band. Silva was an accomplished piano player and enjoyed the big band sounds. He was very mechanically inclined and most of his knowledge was self-taught. He enjoyed helping others and had a deep love of the Strawberry Valley area and the people who lived there. He was a WWII buff and enjoyed reading and watching movies on this subject. He loved animals and had many at his home. He was a member of the Church of the Wildwood. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Dolores of Strawberry Valley; a son, Larry of Sacramento; and two granddaughters. Arrangements are under the direction of Ramsey-Newton-Bracewell Funeral Directors.
SILVA, MOLLIE C.Sacramento Bee – March 10, 1947 – Deaths – Silva – in this city, March 8, 1947, Mollie C. Silva, wife of Frank J. Silva, mother of Lloyd J. Silva of Strawberry Valley, Clarence G. Schubert of Oroville, Mrs. Alpha G. Catching of Sacramento, sister of Mrs. Virginia Buckley, Mike Bustillos of La Porte, Mrs. Emily Colt of Yuba City, Joe Bustillos of Amador City, grandmother of Larry Silva.: a native of La Porte, Plumas County, aged 64 years. Friends are welcome at the parlors of Harry A. Nauman & Son, 2021 Twenty Eighth Street, and are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 2 P. M. from the Strawberry Valley School in Strawberry Valley. Interment Strawberry Valley Cemetery. (B.S.)
Sacramento Union - 5/13/1854, p2 - Died: In Marysville, May 11, Thomas Simkins, late proprietor of the New York Ranch on Feather river.
Marysville Appeal - 11/24/1918, p4 - Frank Simmons Buried - The funeral of the late Frank Simmons took place at Chico yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Simmons, who was a former Sutter County boy, died in Ukiah. Members of the Chico fire department acted as an escort.
SIMMONS, D. G. L.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/7/1910, p6 - Dr. Simmons Passes Away - Sacramento, Oct. 5 - D. G. L. Simmons, a pioneer physician of this city, died yesterday at his residence, Tenth and N streets, at the age of 78 years. Although he had been in declining health for several months he was not forced to give up his practice till six weeks ago. Since that time he has been confined at his residence waiting the end which was approaching rapidly. - Dr. Simmons was born in Hingham, Plymouth county, Mass., March 13, 1832. He came of early Pilgrim stock. One of his ancestors was Moses Simmons, an arrival in this country on the ship Fortune, which reached Plymouth in 1621, a year later than the Mayflower. He received his early education at Derby academy, Hingham. - Arrived in '49 - Young Simmons came to California in '49 at the age of 17, sailing from Boston in the brig Curacoa. He reached San Francisco after a voyage of nine months, joining his brother-in-law, the late Dr. Henry B. May of San Francisco. A few months after his arrival he removed to Sacramento with Dr. May. They opened the Boston drug store which was then located on J street, between Front and Second. They arrived here when the gold fever was at its height. - Graduates from Harvard - A few years later he went east and took up the study of medicine in a regular way at the Tremont street preparatory school in Boston. He next entered Harvard University and graduated from the medical department of that famous school in 1856, receiving the degrees of doctor in medicine and surgery. - Upon graduation he returned to this city, and began as a regular practitioner. He has been engaged at his profession in Sacramento ever since, with the exception of two trips which he made to Europe for the purpose of studying the hospital practice of the old countries.
SIMON, ANITA SOPHIA
(Died 5/24/1991) - From - County of Alameda – Certificate of Death – State of California – Name of decedent – Anita Sophia Simon - Date of death, May24,1991 – hour, 0630 – Sex, F – Race, White – Date of birth, September 18, 1918 – Age in years, 72 – State of birth, Holland – Citizen of what country, U.S.A. – Full name of father, Fredrick Leichel – State of birth, Holland – Full maiden name of mother, Joanna (Unknown) – State of birth, Holland – Military service, none – Social Security No., [removed for privacy] – Married – Name of surviving spouse, Arthur R. Simon – Usual occupation, Candy manufacturing – Usual employer, Chiodo Candie – Years in occupation, 50 – Education – years completed, 12 – Residence, 4077 B. Dale Road – City, Modesto – Zip Code, 95356 – County, Tuolumne – Number of years in this county, 50 – State or foreign country, California – Informant, Doris Lenart-Daughter, 43343 Ellsworth Street, Fremont, California, 94539 – Place of death, Residence – County, Alameda – Address, 43343 Ellsworth Street – City, Fremont – Death was caused by, Colon cancer – Time interval between onset and death, 3 months - Was death reported to Coroner?, No – Was biopsy performed?, No – Was autopsy performed?, No – Was operation performed for any condition?, Laparectomy, 3-16-91 – Signature and title of certifier, John Neville, M.D. – Certifier’s license number, G031872 – Date signed, 5-28-91 – Decedent attended since, May 08, 1991 – Decedent last seen alive, May 23, 1991 – Attending physician’s name and address, John Neville, M.D., Vesper Hospice, 311 MacArthur Blvd., San Leandro, CA 94577 – Disposition, Burial – Place of final disposition, Strawberry Valley Cemetery, La Porte Road, Strawberry Valley, CA – Date, 5/29/91 – Signature of embalmer, (couldn’t read) – License number, 7749 – Name of funeral director, Fremont Chapel of the Roses – License number, F-1007 – Signature of Registrar, (couldn’t read) – Registration date, 5-29-91. (B. S.)
Sacramento Union – 6/26/1852, p 3 – Drowned: A young lad by the name of Simpson was drowned in the Feather river, near Marysville, on the 23d. He was in bathing with his father, when the lamentable accident occurred.
SIMPSON, FERD [Ferdinand]
Marysville Daily Appeal – 11/20/1885, p 3 – Sudden Death – Ferd T. Simpson, a well-known resident of this city, died suddenly of hemorrhage, on the ranch of Sandy Clark, in Marysville township, yesterday morning about 11 o’clock. The body was brought to this city in the afternoon and placed in the undertaking rooms of Hopkins Bros. Simpson was 36 years of age and a native of Wisconsin.
SIMPSON, J. D.
Marysville Daily Appeal – 8/16/1899, p 1 – Death at the Hospital – J. D. Simpson died at the county hospital at 5 o’clock last evening, and his remains were removed to R. E. Bevan’s undertaking parlors. – The deceased was a native of Ireland and 58 years of age. In his younger days he had worn the blue and defended the flag, and in later years had worked as a miner in the Yuba foothills. – He was a kind and generous man and like all old soldiers was courageous and brave. – Deceased was First Lieutenant of Company F, Thirteenth Regiment, Indiana Volunteers. – His funeral will take place tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, at 3 o’clock, from R. E. Bevan’s undertaking parlors, and will be under the auspices of Corinth Post. Interment G.A.R. plot City Cemetery.
San Francisco Call - 10/24/1897 - Prominent Mason Dead - Knight Templar and Eminent Physician Closes His Career - Dr. James Simpson of this City Expires Near His Native State - California Commandery No.1,Knights Templar, and the medical profession have lost one of their most honored members by the death of Dr. James Simpson, who passed away in New York on Friday. - The deceased was one of San Francisco's most renowned physicians during the past twenty years. His practice was both extensive and lucrative, so much so that his worldly holdings at one time exceeded $600,000. - He was an extremely kind-hearted and charitable man, seldom if ever refusing professional aid or money to those in need when appealed to. - He was a prominent Mason and took joy and comfort in associating with his brethren belonging to California Commandery No. 1, Knights Templar. His fraternal inclinations led him into membership in the United Workmen and the San Francisco Press Club. - He was married twice. By his first wife he had three sons, one of whom (William Payne) is a physician, and one daughter, Mrs. John Hampton Lynch, residing with her husband in New York, where her father died. By his second wife he has one son. His widow and children survive him. - Dr. Simpson was born in Maine in 1829, and when a mere babe removed with his parents to Quebec, Canada, where he resided until his eighteenth year of age, when he returned to the United States and entered college in New York, where he graduated as a physician when 26 years of age. - He was at first surgeon on an Atlantic steamer, but subsequently settled at Calais, Me. In 1857 he came to California and followed his profession among the mines, being located at various times at Long Bar, Timbuctoo, North San Juan and Grass Valley. - His adventures at this time of his career were many and he frequently had narrow escapes while following his calling. - It was in 1872 that Dr. Simpson first came to San Francisco and this was his home up to the time of his death. Two years after he reached here he was appointed a member of the Board of Health. He was for four years professor of materia medica and therapeutics at the university and was at one time president of the State Medical Society.
SIMPSON, JOHN D.
Daily Appeal - 8/16/1899, p1 - Death at the Hospital - J. D. Simpson died at the county hospital at 5 o'clock last evening, and his remains were removed to R. E. Bevan's undertaking parlors. - The deceased was a native of Ireland and 58 years of age. In his younger days he had worn the blue and defended the flag, and in later years had worked as a miner in the Yuba foothills. - He was a kind and generous man and like all old soldiers was courageous and brave. - Deceased was First Lieutenant of Company F, Thirteenth Regiment, Indiana volunteers. - His funeral will take place tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from R. E. Bevan's undertaking parlors, and will be under the auspices of Corinth Post. Interment G.A.R. plot City Cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 8/18/1899, p4 - All Now Is Peace; Comrades Pay a Final Mass of Respect to a Deceased Soldier - The funeral of Comrade John D. Simpson, a veteran of the Civil War, took place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon from R. E. Bevan's parlors, under the auspices of Corinth Post, No. 80, G.A.R. - A guard of honor from Company D, N.G.C., under command of Sergeant Geo. McCoy, were present, and joined with the members of the post in paying a last mark of respect to the honored dead. The religious services took place in the parlors, where Rev. C. J. Chase officiated. - Commander Allen Cooley read the Post services at the grave, Rev. C. J. Chase acting as chaplain, after which the interment took place in the G.A.R. plot. - At the conclusion of the services the members of the National Guard fired three volleys over the grave.
SIMPSON, MRS. LUCY ANN
Marysville Daily Appeal – 10/13/1893, p 2 - Died: In this city, October 11th, Mrs. Lucy Ann Simpson, a native of Massachusetts, aged 71 years and 7 days. – The funeral cortege will leave residence of W. C. Burroughs this morning at 6 o’clock. Interment, North San Juan Cemetery.
SIMPSON, SAMUEL P.
Marysville Daily Standard – 1/3/1872, p 2 – Died: In this city, January 2d, Dr. Samuel P. Simpson, aged 75 years and 6 months. [The funeral will take place from the residence of his son Dr. C. D. Bobo, No. 95 E street between Seventh and Eighth streets, this morning at 10 o’clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.]
SIMPSON, WILLIAM E.
Marysville Daily Appeal – 9/9/1884, p 2 – Died: In Sacramento, September 7th, of consumption, William E. Simpson, a native of Illinois, aged 39 years. – The remains were brought to Marysville for interment.
Daily Appeal – 8/02/1878, Pg. 3 – Death of a Pioneer Chinaman – Ah Sing, a resident of Marysville the last seventeen years, died of consumption on Wednesday night. Ah Sing has kept a wash house on E. street, next door to the Dawson House, many years, and was a well-behaved Chinaman. (B. S.)
Alta California – 1/12/ 1857 – DIED - In Marysville, Jan. 8, Arabella, wife of Major Wm. Singer, aged 27 years. (B. S.)
Appeal Democrat - Tue 12/26/1967, p4 - Obituaries: Funeral arrangements are pending at Ullrey Memorial Chapel for Karm Singh, 84, of Yuba City. Singh, a native of India, died Sunday at a Sutter County Hospital. - There are no known survivors.
SISTER AGNES MARIE
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 2/9/1908, p6 - Mother Superior Dies at Chico Convent - Chico, Feb. 8 - Sister Agnes Marie, mother superior of the Sisters' hospital in this city, died at he [sic] convent on Chapman street, Chapmantown, last evening about 9 o'clock. Death was due to pneumonia, from which she had been a sufferer only for a few days. - Sister Agnes Marie was born in Ohio and was aged 56 years. Practically her whole life had been devoted to her chosen profession, and most of her work was accomplished in the east. A month ago she came to Chico and had charge of the local hospital during the absence of Mother Superior Augustine, who went east to Youngstown, Ohio. A few days ago she became afflicted with pneumonia, which the best of medical attention and nursing could not overcome and her death last evening was the result, bringing the deepest sorrow to the other sisters. - Sister Augustine has been summoned from the east and the funeral arrangements will probably not be made until after her arrival.
SISTER ANGELA - Mary McCarthy
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/28/1874, p3 - Died: In this city, at the convent of Notre Dame, May 26th, Sister Angela, thirty years. - Funeral from the convent at 9 o'clock a.m. this day.
SISTER ELIZABETH OF ST. CELESTINE - Elizabeth Bowman
Daily Appeal - 9/11/1901, p5 - Death At The Convent - A Beloved Sister of Charity Has Gone To Receive Her Reward - Sister Elizabeth, one of the teachers at the Convent of Notre Dame, died at that institution about 5 o'clock this morning after an illness of several weeks. - The good lady was christened Elizabeth Bowman. She was a native of Amsterdam, aged 58 years, and entered the Sisterhood in 1882, and during the past 10 years has been connected with the Convent of Notre Dame in this city, where she was beloved by her co-workers and pupils alike. - The funeral will take place at 8:30 to-morrow morning, services to be held in the Convent chapel. Interment Catholic cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 9/12/1901, p1 - The Almighty Called Her: After An Earnest Life in the Cause of Education Sister Elizabeth Lays Down Lifes Cares - The tolling of the bell at the College of Notre Dame at an early hour yesterday morning announced that another pure spirit had taken its heavenward flight to worship with the angels at the throne of the Almighty. - At 5:10 after an illness of about one week, Sister Elizabeth of St. Celestine closed her eyes in death to appear at the Judgment Seat, and receive her reward. - The deceased was a native of Amsterdam, Holland, about 59 years of age, and was known in the world as Elizabeth Bowman. In July, 1882, she parted with relatives and those she loved best, and left her home in San Francisco to enter the College of Notre Dame at San Jose to devote the remainder of her life to the service of God and the work of education. Since that time she had worked zealously in that endeavor. - About ten years ago she was associated with the faculty of Notre Dame College in this city, and for some time has been the Sacristan, and teacher of the little boys at St. Joseph's School. How well she performed her work as teacher the parents of the children can testify. She was loved by her pupils, and when the announcement was made to them yesterday morning that she had passed away tears rolled down their innocent cheeks, and all felt that they had indeed lost a true friend. - The deceased recently told a friend that she had first visited Marysville with her parents when she was six years old. - She was visited on Friday by her brother-in-law, A. F. Bernard of San Francisco, and his daughter, but neither of them thought that her death was so near at hand, and so returned to their home. After midnight a change came for the worse and she peacefully passed away. Hers was indeed a truly happy death, for when the grim angel knocked at her cell she was prepared to respond, her life having been rounded out with many good and noble deeds. - Requiem mass will be celebrated at the convent chapel at 8:30 tomorrow (Friday) morning, after which the interment will take place in the sisters' plot, Catholic cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 9/12/1901, p4 - Died: At the College of Notre Dame, September 11th, Sister Elizabeth of St. Celestine (Elizabeth Bowman), a native of Amsterdam, Holland, aged 59 years. - Requiem mass will be celebrated at the Convent Chapel at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) for the repose of her soul. Interment Sisters' plot, Catholic cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 9/14/1901, p1 - Dust To Dust: Loving Hands Perform Last Sad Offices For Sister Elizabeth of St. Celestine - Sister Elizabeth of St. Celestine, who died at the College of Notre Dame on Thursday, was buried yesterday. - Requiem mass was celebrated at the Convent Chapel at 8:30 by Rev. J. J. Hynes, the Sisters acting as a choir. There was a large attendance of Catholic ladies and the following relatives of the deceased who reside in San Francisco were present: Brother Carvallo of St. Ignatius College, and Alfred Benard and his sister, Miss Celestine, a former pupil at the College. - On the receptacle, in which the body reposed, dressed in the habit of the order, were placed a number of choice and fragrant boquets [sic] sent by loving friends. - At the conclusion of the services the cortege moved to the Catholic cemetery, where the last prayer was said by Rev. M. Coleman, the interment being made in the Sisters' plot. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: D. P. Donahoe, Stephen Bokman, P. J. Arnoldy, George W. Harney, J. P. Herbert and M. T. Harrington, Jr. - Sister Superior and three of the Sisters of the Convent accompanied the remains to the grave, as well as a large number of the parents of the pupils and patrons of the College. - Many of the boys to whom she had been such an indulgent teacher and true friend were present, and wept for the good Sister who they will see no more, but who will pray for them at the throne of their father in heaven.
SISTER FRANCES de SALES - Catherine Dalton
Marysville Appeal - 2/25/1919, p1 - Sister Frances de Sales Passes Away - Sister Frances de Sales died at the convent of Notre Dame last night. She was known to the world as Catherine Dalton and is survived by a mother, Mrs. Jane Dalton, in San Francisco and two sisters, also of San Francisco. - Sister Frances de Sales was commercial teacher at the convent and had been in the city for about four years. - Announcement of funeral arrangements will be made by Kelly Bros.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Tue 2/25/1919, p4 - Sister Frances Dies At Convent Here - [part of article cut off on right side of image] - Sister Frances de Sales of the Convent of Notre Dame died last night. She was known to the world as Catherine Dalton. She was a commercial teacher in the convent and had been here about four years. She is survived by a mother, Mrs. J---- Dalton of San Francisco and two sisters, also of San Francisco. She was a native of San Francisco.
Marysville Appeal - 2/26/1919 - Sister Frances To Be Laid Away After High Mass Tomorrow - The funeral of the late sister Frances de Sales, who died at the convent of Notre Dame, Monday night, will be held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, when requiem high mass will be said for the repose of her soul in the chapel of the convent. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery, under the direction of Kelly Bros. - The choir of the college of Notre Dame will sing the mass.
SISTER GERTRUDE du S.C. - Dolores Arzu
Marysville Evening Democrat - Tue 6/9/1914, p1 [article almost verbatim of Appeal 6/10]
Marysville Daily Appeal - 6/10/1914, p1 - Sister Gertrude Passes Away - Sister Gertrude du S.C. of Notre Dame college, this city, passed away peacefully at 2 o'clock yesterday morning. The deceased was a native of Guatemala, known in the world as Senorita Dolores Arzu. - At the time of the religious persecution in the Central American republic, Notre Dame had three flourishing schools in the city of Guatemala. The government authorities would permit the sisters to continue their educational work provided they renounced their religious profession and secularized their institutions. These conditions were unanimously rejected; accordingly, the convent property was confiscated and the religious community forced into exile. - The forty exiled religious were cordially received at the college of Notre Dame, San Jose, the motherhouse of the order in California, where several remained as members of that community; the other exiles were dispersed among the houses of that order in this state and in the east. - Sister Gertrude, one of the forty exiles, was missioned to the college of Notre Dame, San Francisco, where she labored with untiring devotedness as an efficient music teacher for several years. She was successfully engaged in the same work in Alameda and Marysville. For the past twenty-one years, Sister Gertrude had been a member of Notre Dame community, this city, and up to the time of her failing health was in charge of the music department. The deceased was greatly beloved and revered as a holy, religious and devoted teacher. - Sister Gertrude was 71 years of age, and her life was one long act of consecration to God and duty. - A high mass of requiem will be celebrated in the convent chapel at 8 o'clock this morning. The interment will be in the afternoon at 2 o'clock.
SISTER JULITTA - Julie Doisron
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/12/1912, p3 - Sister Julitta Called By Death - Her Soul Wings Its Flight To Its Eternal Home At Early Morn - The angel of death entered Notre Dame convent in this city yesterday morning and took from the midst of the sisters of mercy the beautiful soul of Sister Julitta of the B Sacrament, formerly Miss Julie Doisron of San Francisco. For some time the deceased had been an invalid, but never for an hour did she lose the gentle gaiety of disposition and thoughtful sympathetic attention to the wishes and needs of others that had characterized her charming personality and which has been the source of untold assistance, pleasure and edification to all the inmates of the college during her residence there. - During the last days of her illness her mother, Mrs. J. Doisron of San Francisco, and her sisters, Mrs. J. C. Rodriques and Miss Mathilde Doisron, were at the bedside of Sister Julitta, and they had the consolation of witnessing her peaceful end, which came yesterday morning at 2:35, surrounded by all that can render the memory of this solemn moment sweet to the grieving hearts of the bereaved ones. - Sister Julitta was a native of San Francisco, aged 30 years, 11 months and 20 days. She was reared and attended the schools of her native city. Early in life she envinced strong religious inclinations and in 1904 she entered the convent at San Jose. In 1907 she came to Notre Dame convent and resided there to the time of her death. Her splendid intellectual and spiritual attainments, her sweet and attractive disposition, her willingness to serve all who needed her aid endeared her to a wide circle of friends outside of those with who she was daily brought into contact through her ministrations in the convent, and her loss is keenly felt by the sisters of mercy and students at Notre Dame College. - The funeral services will be held this morning in the Notre Dame chapel at 9 o'clock. A high mass will be sung for the peace of her soul and the interment will be made in this city. - Sister Julitta leaves to mourn their loss her mother, Mrs. Louise Doisron; two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Rodriques and Miss Mathilde Doisron and one brother, Jules Doisron. - The funeral arrangements are in charge of Kelly Brothers.
SISTER LORETTA - Loretta McInerney
Marysville Daily Appeal - Thu 2/13/1908, p1 - Sister Loreta [sic] Dies at The Convent - Popular Sister of The Sacred Heart Convent Passed Away Last Evening Shortly Before Six O'clock--Funeral Arrangements Not Made. - The tolling of the bell at the convent of Notre Dame in this city yesterday proclaimed the death at that institution of Sister Loretta of the Sacred Heart convent. In the world before she joined the sisters, Sister Loretta was known as Miss McInerney in San Francisco. - Sister Loretta died shortly before 6 o'clock last evening, after an illness covering a period of but a few days. She was aged 31 years and 11 months and was a native of California. - There are left to mourn her loss her father, James McInerney of San Francisco, who is a well known contractor. He will arrive in this city this morning after which the arrangements for the funeral will be made. - Sister Loretta was a bright and intellectual woman. She was a favorite at the convent and was loved by a host of friends who are not affiliated with her other life work.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Thu 2/13/1908, p1 - Passing of Sister Loretta - Sister Loretta, of the Sacred Heart convent of this city, died last evening about 6 o'clock at that institution. She was a native of California and aged 31 years and 11 months and is survived by a father, James McInerney, a prominent contractor of San Francisco. She was a bright woman and one loved by her students at the convent.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 2/14/1908, p2 - Funeral of Sister Loretta Held Today - The funeral services of the late Sister Loretta of the Sacred Heart, formerly Miss Loretta McInerney of San Francisco, loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McInerney, will take place today. - Mass will be celebrated in the chapel of Notre Dame this morning at 9 o'clock, after which the body will be shipped by Kelly Brothers to San Francisco and interment will take place in the Holy Cross cemetery. - When the announcement of her death was made in the Appeal yesterday morning all the children who had been pupils at the Notre Dame college heard with grief that their good friend had passed away. She was one of the head sisters of the order at the local college of Notre Dame and was loved and respected by all who knew her. Her death was truly edifying and she passed away with a prayer on her lips. - It is some time since a sister died at the local college. - Mr. and Mrs. James McInerney, parents of the deceased, arrived from San Francisco last night and will accompany the remains to the Holy Cross cemetery today.
SISTER MARCELLA - Mary Flood
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/4/1900, p4 - Death of Sister Marcella - Gone To Her Reward After A Useful Life In The Service Of The Master - The angel of death knocked at the gate of the College of Notre Dame at 7:15 yesterday morning, and Sister Marcella of the Sacred Heart, clad in robes of celestial purity, answered the call of the master in whose vineyard she had labored so faithfully and well for many years. - Her death had been expected for some time, and when it became apparent that the vital spark of life was about to quit her body the good Sisters of Notre Dame knelt at her bedside and repeated the beautiful prayer for the dying, responsive to which the stricken sister cast her gaze on the image of the Savior on the crucifix by the side of her bed, and then closed her eyes to wake up in the presence of Him she had so devotedly worshipped to remain in his heavenly kingdom for all eternity. - There is sorrow within the walls of Notre Dame College today, for Sister Marcella was much loved. It seemed so hard to lose her, but after all it should be remarked "that loveliest of lovely things are they, on earth that soonest pass away." - The deceased, who was known in the world as Mary Flood, was a native daughter of the Golden West, having been born in Linden, near Stockton. She had been connected with the faculty of Notre Dame College in this city about two and a half years, and had charge of the needlework classes. She had been in poor health for several years, and was sent to this city from San Jose in the hope that this climate would restore her health, but it failed to do so. - Her life has been devoted to the cause of Christian education for fourteen years, and she passed away almost in the spring time of her usefulness, regretted by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. She leaves a mother and a sister residing at her old home near Stockton to mourn her demise, who arrived here last evening to attend the funeral services.
SISTER MARGARET - Margaret Dillenburg
Appeal Democrat - Thu 11/2/1950, p17 - Obituaries: Sister Margaret of the Sacred Heart expired in Mercy hospital, Sacramento, on Tuesday. She was a native of San Francisco and was 68 years of age. - She had been a teacher in the Convent of Notre Dame here for the past year. She was formerly Margaret Dillenburg. - She is survived by one sister, Mrs. W. E. Minear of San Francisco. - Mass will be said in Notre Dame chapel at 9 am. Friday and interment will be in Sierra View Memorial park. Direction will be by Lipp & Sullivan, Marysville.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/30/1900, p1 - Her Life's Work O'er - Sister Marguerite Succumbs to an Attack of Gastritis at Notre Dame Convent - Sister Marguerite B. S., died rather suddenly at 4:30 yesterday morning at the College of Notre Dame in this city. - She arrived from the parent institute at San Jose on the Knights Landing train Saturday night to make her annual inspection of the music classes at the college and was apparently in good health when she retired to bed on Sunday night. She was taken suddenly ill at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, at which time a message was sent for Dr. C. E. Stone, who has been the sisters' physician for many years, and for a priest. Her angel spirit passed away at 4:30, the attending physician's certificate shows that death resulted form acute gastritis. - Deceased was a native of Liege, Belgium, and was about 63 years of age. She joined the order at Namur, Belgium, when 16 years of age, came to California in 1871, and took up her residence at the famous San Jose Institute, where her musical genius made her a great acquisition to that institute of learning. At the time of her death she was head of the musical classes of all the houses of Notre Dame in California. - The announcement of her death will be heard with feelings of deep regret by the sisters and pupils of the different colleges of Notre Dame in this State. - If she had been spared by three years more her golden jubilee would have been celebrated. - The remains were taken in charge by Undertaker R. E. Bevan, who left with them on the California express this morning en route to San Jose; Sister Loretta, in company with another of the sisters of Notre Dame College of this city accompanied the remains. - The funeral services and interment will take place at San Jose to-morrow.
SISTER MARIE - Elizabeth Clauss, Johanna Deasy
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/11/1927, p5 - Sister Marie Dies In Convent Here - Sister Marie (Elizabeth Deasy) died Sunday at the College of Notre Dame in Marysville, where she had been a faculty member for many years. She was born in Santa Clara and devoted her life in the service for others. Deceased had been ill for some time. - It is announced that funeral services will be held in the convent Chapel this morning at 9 o'clock when a solemn requiem mass will be said for the repose of her soul by Monsignor Patrick Guerin. Lipp and Sullivan will have charge of the interment which will be in the Catholic cemetery.
SISTER MARY ALEXIS - Cecelia Lyons
Marysville Evening Democrat - 12/16/1884, p3 - Died: In Marysville, at the Sisters of Notre Dame, December 14th, Sister Cecelia Alexis, aged 30 years and 11 months. The funeral took place from the Sisters of Notre Dame at 10 o'clock this afternoon.
SISTER MARY ANGELE - Mary Kast
Appeal Democrat - Mon 4/23/1951, p6 - Obituaries: Sister Mary Angele, ND Nun, Expires; Taught 50 Years - Bring to a close a life devoted to religion, death yesterday afternoon came to Sister Mary Angele, for over half a century resident of the Notre Dame convent in Marysville. - Sister Mary Angele, whose 78th birthday would have occurred in June, was born Mary Kast, in San Francisco. A sister, Mrs. Edgar Paul, and brother, John Kast, still reside in that city. - The aged nun had been in failing health for five or six years and confined to her bed in the Marysville convent for many months. - Mary Kast was 23 years of age when she began her novitiate in the San Jose convent of the Sisters of Notre Dame. She came to Marysville about 1896 and with the exception of one year spent at the Mother House in San Jose, remained here as music instructor in the convent school until forced by illness to discontinue her teaching. - Her Golden Jubilee was celebrated in 1946 in the Marysville convent. - The body of Sister Mary Angele will lie in state in the chapel at Notre Dame convent, and at 9 a.m. Wednesday requiem mass will be conducted there. She will be buried in the convent plot in Sierra View Memorial park. Lipp & Sullivan will be in charge of interment.
SISTER MARY ANTONIA - Bridget Nicholson
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/13/1887, p14 - Death of Sister Antonia - After an illness of nearly six months, during which time she has been mostly confined to her room, Sister Antonia died at the Convent of Notre Dame yesterday morning. She was a native of Ireland and 57 years old. She had been twenty years a sister, and for fourteen years past has filled the domestic offices in the Convent in this city faithfully. - The funeral will occur to-morrow morning from St. Joseph's Cathedral, and the remains will be interred in the Catholic cemetery.
SISTER MARY AUGUSTA - Mary E. McCuen
Appeal Democrat - Tue 1/2/1940, p2 - Sister Mary Augusta Dies New Year's Day - Sister Mary Augusta died at the Convent of Notre Dame New Year morning, at 3:35 o'clock, after an illness of about two weeks. The Sister had been a resident of the convent in Marysville for 30 years, coming here from San Francisco. For a time she had lived in the old College of Notre Dame in San Jose, where she joined the Sisters of Notre Dame in May, 1890. - Sister Mary Augusta was a native of Placerville, California, where she was born 77 years ago on July 11, 1862. She was the daughter of Charles and Ann McCuen, pioneer residents of northern California, who came here in the early expansion period of the state. She leaves a brother, William McCuen of Sacramento, a sister, Mrs. Jennie Collier of Santa Ana and a niece, Sister Mary Benedict, a Sister of St. Joseph, who is stationed in Hollywood. - The funeral will take place from the convent chapel on Seventh street, Wednesday, January 3, at 9:00 a.m. Right Reverned [sic] Monsignor Guerin will offer the high mass of requiem. Interment will take place in the Sisters' plot at Sierra View Memorial park. Lipp and Sullivan are in charge of the funeral arrangements.
SISTER MARY BONIFACE - Frieda Schauber
Appeal Democrat - Tue 11/21/1944, p1 - Aged Sister Dies - A Sister at the Marysville convent of Notre Dame for the past 25 years, Sister Mary Boniface died this morning. She was 84 years old. Funeral services will be arranged by Lipp and Sullivan.
SISTER MARY de CHANTAL - Margaret Smyth
Marysville Democrat - 12/22/1896, p1 - Sister M. de Chantal, of the Convent of Notre Dame, Called To Her Heavenly Home - Twelve Years of Her Profession - At 7 o'clock this morning, after a lingering illness which was borne with a Christian fortitude, Sister Mary de Chantal, known to the world as Maggie Smyth, breathed her last at the College of Notre Dame in this city, in the 29th year of her age. Consumption is the cause assigned for her death. - Deceased was a native of San Francisco, at which place a mother, two sisters and two brothers live and mourn their loss. The relatives are expected to arrive to-night to attend the funeral services which will be held Thursday at the convent chapel at 9 o'clock a.m. - Sister de Chantal, through her sweet disposition and many noble virtues, had endeared herself to the pupils of the college and especially to the classes in music, over which department she presided. - The classes adjourned this morning in respect to the memory of deceased. The interment will be in the local cemetery. - Sister de Chantal received the black veil at San Francisco when 17 years of age, therefore saw twelve years of profession.
SISTER MARY FRANCIS
Sacramento Bee 7 February 1905 - The death of sister M. FRANCIS, who for a long time, and up to about a month ago, was teacher of painting and drawing and head of the Ceramic Class in the Marysville Convent, occurred at San Jose a few days ago and burial took place there. Sister Francis was an artist of rare ability and was unusually gifted in imparting her knowledge to others. The surviving relatives are residents of Santa Clara County. (R.T.)
SISTER MARY IMELDA - Charlotte Mary Proben
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/12/1919, p1 - Sister Mary Imelda Passes To Reward At Convent - Sister Mary Imelda, known to the world as Charlotte Mary Proben, passed away at the Convent of Notre Dame shortly before midnight last night. She was 38 and had been in the convent in this city for the past twelve years. - Sister Mary Imelda was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proben of Stockton. Mass for the repose of her soul will be said at the Convent Chapel at nine o'clock Thursday morning. Interment under direction of Kelly Bros. will be at Catholic cemetery.
SISTER MARY LORETTA - Mary Gaffney
Marysville Daily Appeal - 12/18/1900, p1 - Gone To Her Reward - Sister Superior Loretta Of Notre Dame Succumbs To An Attack Of Pneumonia - Sister Superior Loretta died at the College of Notre Dame at 6:40 Sunday morning from double pneumonia, after an illness of about six days. Very few persons were aware of her serious illness, and when the announcement was made at the early mass at St. Joseph's Church of her death, it was a severe shock to all present. - The deceased who was known in the world as Miss Mary Gaffney, was a native of this State, having been born in Los Gatos 42 years ago. She joined the order of Notre Dame fourteen years ago, and being a lady of remarkable ability soon took a leading part in the noble work of education. Six years ago she was appointed Superior of the College of Notre Dame in this city, where she was given an opportunity to display her great executive ability. She found the college buildings in poor condition, and at once went to work to restore to its former prominent standing that popular institution of learning. Those who came in touch with her were quick to discover that she was a most broad minded, brilliant and thoroughly efficient business woman. - She soon associated with her the best musicians, and the most brilliant teacher in painting and crayon work of the faculty of Notre Dame. The number of pupils increased, ladies of all denominations entering as students of the fine arts. The college was remodeled in all respects, and Notre Dame flourished as it had not done for years. Mother Superior Bernardine of San Jose, the Provincial of the order had associated with the deceased, Sister Sr. Theresa and Sister Imelda and the progress made in every branch of study was most encouraging. - A week ago last Monday, Sister Loretta was taken sick while superintending some work of improvement that was being done but did not relax her duties until compelled by the malady which had seized upon her to retire to her bed. The deathbed scene at the college was most heart rendering as the grief stricken Sisters took a last farewell of their beloved Superior. Her last words were a prayer for the children to whom she had been such a loving mother and with eyes fixed on the crucifix she passed away to her eternal reward. - A sister of the deceased holds the position of Postmistress at Los Gatos, while another is the wife of Judge J. T. Kinkade of Auburn; a brother resides at Boulder Creek. - When Mother Superior Bernardine made a trip to Namur, Belgium, as Provincial of the order two years ago, she took Sister Superior with her to the Parent College. - The patrons of the College of Notre Dame in this city feel that by the death of the good sister they have suffered a great loss. She was loved and respected by all who knew her, and well may the children of Notre Dame weep for their kind and loved friend who passed away. - Mother Superior Bernardine arrived from San Jose Sunday night. - The funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the College at 9 o'clock this morning at which time requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of the soul. The interment will take place in the Catholic Cemetery.
SISTER MARY PAUL de la CROIX - E. Mahoney
Marysville Daily Standard - 8/3/1870, p2 - Died: In this city, Aug. 29th, Sister Mary Paul, aged 27 years. The funeral will take place from the Chapel of the Sisters of Notre Dame today at 10 o'clock a.m. Friends are invited to attend.
SISTER MARY REGIS - Helen Darby
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/21/1888, p3 - A Death At The Convent - Sister Mary Regis died at the College of Notre Dame on last Sunday evening, after an illness of nearly two years. She entered upon the duties of convent life twelve years ago, donning the veil at Crescent City, in this State, when 22 years old. She had been in at the College in this city for about 10 years, and had always been highly esteemed by those with whom she had been in contact from the outside world. - Requiem mass will be observed at St. Joseph's Cathedral at 9 o'clock this morning, after which the interment will be made at the Catholic cemetery.
SISTER MARY THOMASINA - Kate Larkin
Appeal Democrat - Mon 12/6/1937, p2 - Sister Dies At Convent - Sister Mary Thomasina, a member of Notre Dame community in this city, died at the convent on Saturday evening, December 4, after a lingering illness. The funeral will be held on Tuesday morning, December 7, at 9 o'clock, with requiem mass in the convent chapel at 715 C street. Burial will be made in the sisters' plot at Sierra View Memorial park. Funeral arrangements are in charge of Lipp & Sullivan. - Born in Boston, Mass., August 21, 1866, Sister Mary Thomasina passed the greater part of her life in California. Before entering the Institute of the Sisters of Notre Dame, she was a teacher at the Mission Dolores parochial school, San Francisco. As a religious teacher, Sister Mary Thomasina devoted herself to the cause of Catholic education in San Jose, Santa Clara, Santa Barbara and Marysville. - Surviving are two brothers, Thomas Larkin of Oakland and William Larkin of San Francisco, and two sisters, Misses Mary and Sara Larkin of San Francisco.
SISTER MARY WINIFRED - Emma Mullen
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/5/1924, p1 - Sister Mary Winifred Meets Tragic Death by Suffocation - Bed Of Invalid At Convent Catches Fire From Gas Heater; Funeral To Be Held This Morning - Before aid could arrive Sister Winifred, saintly member of the local community of College of Notre Dame, who had been confined to her bed with illness for some time, was burned to death shortly before noon yesterday. The bed covering became ignited by a small gas stove, and when the blaze was discovered by another sister who chanced to be passing the sick room, the patient was already dead from suffocation. - The body was badly seared on one side. The fire department was called to the scene through an alarm and the smouldering fire controlled with chemical apparatus. - Due to the recent cold wave, the patient had asked that the gas heater be placed close to her bed. - Sister Winifred, whose name Emma Mullen, was born in New York fifty-two years ago, as so far as is known, she has no living relatives. She had for a number of years been a teacher in the boys classes at the convent, and was held in high esteem by all of her pupils, many of whom are now influential business men of this community. - Funeral services will be held in the convent chapel this morning at 9 o'clock under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan. Interment will be in the Sisters plot in the Catholic cemetery. - A coroners inquest will be conducted by Frank Bevan.
SISTER ST. IGNATIUS - Helena Leavy
Marysville Daily Democrat - 10/7/1898, p5 - The Tomb: At the College of Notre Dame, in this city, Oct. 6, 1898, Sister St. Ignatius, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 32 years, 6 months and 13 days. - Requiem mass will be read for the repose of the soul of deceased at 9 o'clock to-morrow (Saturday) morning in the convent chapel. Interment Sister's plot, Catholic cemetery.
same issue, p8 - Death At The Convent - A Sister of the Local Community Answers The Summons - Sister St. Ignatius, known in the world as Miss Helena Leavy, died at the local convent at 9:40 o'clock last night, of consumption, with which dread malady she had been ill many months. Throughout, Sister Ignatius bore her cross with a true Christian fortitude, ever resigned to the will of the Maker. Her death was a happy one, and those who attended her in her last hours are consoled in the conviction that the good Sister is now enjoying the beatific vision. She was a native of San Francisco, and 32 years of age. The surviving relatives are a father who lives in San Francisco, and two brothers whose residence is Seattle. - It was on June 16, 1891, that Sister St. Ignatius took her first vows at the College of Notre Dame in San Jose, therefore she saw more than seven years of life in religion. Shortly thereafter she came to Marysville and took charge of the elementary department in the Convent, which classes she taught almost continuously until her health began to fail. Because of her amiable disposition she endeared herself to the scholars at the institution of learning, who will regret to hear of her untimely demise. - The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at the conclusion of requiem mass, which will be offered in the Convent Chapel, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment in Sister's plot.
SISTER STANISLAUS MARIE - Mary Aurelia Daniell
Appeal Democrat Wed 8/21/1929, p3 - Stanislaus Marie Dies At Convent - Sister Stanislaus Marie, 71, known to the world as Miss Mary Aurelia Daniell, died Wednesday at the Marysville College of Notre Dame. She had resided at the convent in Marysville for the last 34 years. - Sister Stanislaus had been in poor health since last January, when a severe attack of bronchitis undermined her already weakened constitution. That illness was finally the cause of her death. - She was a native of San Francisco and is survived by two brothers, John A. and William Daniel.. - Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Friday at the convent chapel. Interment will be made in Sierra View Memorial park, under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan.
SITTON, MARY ELIZA
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/9/1887 - Deaths: In this city, August 8th, Mary Eliza, beloved wife of Elijah Sitton, and daughter of Ona K. and W. T. Bleven of South Butte, Sutter county, aged 29 years, 4 months and 5 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, corner of Sixth and H streets, to-day (Tuesday) at 12 o'clock, sharp; thence to Mount Vernon church at South Butte, where services will be held. Interment, South Butte cemetery.
Sacramento Bee November 9, 1906 - Mrs. Johanna SKEHAN, who for many years was a resident of French Corral in Nevada County, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. FRANK POOL, in Marysville at 5 o’clock last evening, aged 63 years. The surviving relatives are a son THOMAS RYAN of Marysville, and Misses Kathryn, Tessie and Celia SKEHAN, also of this city. The burial will take place in Grass Valley. Deceased was well known throughout Yuba and Nevada counties. (R.T.)
SKINNER, ANDREW EDWARD
Marysville Appeal, Friday 25/6/1930 CAMPTONVILLE
YOUTH MEETS DEATH IN MILL. ANDREW EDWARD SKINNER 23 years of age, born
and reared at Oregon Hill, was caught by the cable of a donkey engine at the Oak
Valley Lumber Company’s plant near Camptonville, and was crushed to death when
dragged over the drum. -
He was well known in Yuba Co., where he leaves a host of friends to mourn him.
He is survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skinner, and ten
brothers, half-brothers, sisters and half-sisters. J. F. Moran, Alexander Moran,
Mrs. J. F. Flett of Alameda; J. M. Moran of S.F., Mrs. T. Massie of Oakland, E.D.
Moran of Richmond, Frances Skinner of San Francisco, Joseph and Josephine
Skinner of Alameda, and his grandmother, Mrs. James Beatty of Berkeley. -
The inquest was held at Camptonville last night by Deputy Coroner Frank Lipp,
the jury returning a verdict of accidental death. -
He was a member of the W.C.W. Camp of Richmond. The funeral services will be
SKINNER, HARRY ALBERT
Appeal Democrat Wednesday 11/8/1954 ROSARY TONIGHT FOR H. SKINNER, NATIVE OF
Rosary for HARRY ALBERT SKINNER 59 Yuba Co. native who died at Fort Miley
Hospital, San Francisco, following a lengthy illness, will be recited at 8
o’clock tonight in Hutchison’s Colonial Chapel, Marysville
Skinner, who died Monday night, was a native of Oregon Hill. He was the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Skinner and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beaty, who settled in the Oregon Hill district in 1849. He attended Marysville Union High School,, The University of California at Berkeley and Los Angeles and the University of California. - In his early years Skinner taught school in Yuba Co. and later was in school administration work in Imperial and Santa Barbara Counties. He returned to Yuba Co. in 1930 and resumed teaching until 11 years ago when he entered the insurance business. - Skinner’s home was at 125 Triplett Way, Marysville. He was a veteran of World War I and was past commander of Yuba-Sutter Post 42 American Legion, a member of the Marysville Lodge of Elks and an honorary member of Phi Beta Kappa. - Survivors include his wife Clara; a daughter Geraldine Poole of Yuba City; three brothers, Alex Moran of Challenge, John Moran of San Francisco and Joseph Skinner of Colusa. Three sisters Mrs. Mabel Massie of Alameda, Mrs. Frances Mosebach of San Francisco and Mrs. Josephine Burnell of Oakland and three grandchildren. He was the father of Henry A. Skinner, aviator killed during World War II. - Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Hutchinson’s Colonial Chapel and interment will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.
SKINNER, HARRY JR.
Sacramento Bee 21 June (there is no year on this but believe it is 1945) RETURNED LETTERS REVEAL DEATH OF SON IN LUZON Harry Skinner, commander of the Yuba-Sutter Post American Legion and Mrs. Skinner learned of the death of their son LIEUTENANT HARRY SKINNER JR. when letters to him were returned marked “deceased”. - The death was confirmed yesterday after the Skinners wired the adjutant general’s office in Washington D.C. The official telegram said Skinner, who would have been 23 next month, died June 3rd on Luzon. He was a pilot on a B24 Liberator. He enlisted in the Army Air Forces in 1942 and was called to active duty in March 1943. - A graduate of Marysville High School and Yuba College, Skinner was attending the University of California in Berkeley when he enlisted. He had held numerous student body offices while in the local schools and was a member of the Marysville Chapter of Pi Delta Kappa, a men’s fraternity. - In addition to his parents, he leaves a sister Geraldine of Marysville. - The father is chairman of the local veterans’ council, member of the board of education and the probation board.
Appeal Democrat 13/10/1939 - HENRY SKINNER, a native of Bullards Bar, where he was born 73 years ago, died at his home at Oregon Hill, near Challenge, on Thursday. He had resided in Yuba County all his life and at Challenge 50 years. - The body was brought to the mortuary of Lipp & Sullivan in Marysville. Funeral Services will be held in the Catholic Church in Dobbins Sat. at 10 am. - Deceased, who was one of the best known of the old time residents of Yuba County uplands had been ill of heart trouble for some time. - Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Skinner and the following children and step-children; Henry A. Skinner, well known educator of Marysville, Mrs. F.A. Mosebach of San Francisco, Mrs. William B. Burnell of Oakland, Joseph M. Skinner of Colusa, James F. G. Moran of Los Angeles, John M. Moran of San Francisco and Mabel Massie of Alameda. - He was brother of Mrs. Albertine Parson of Sacramento and uncle of Henry Miner of Richmond.
SKINNER, JOSEPH HOWARD JR.
Yuba-Sutter Appeal Democrat Wednesday 10/12/1986 -
JOSEPH H. SKINNER, JR. -
Services are scheduled Friday for JOSEPH HOWARD SKINNER, JR. 62 of
Marysville who died Dec. 9, 1986 at Rideout Hospital. -
A native of Marysville, Skinner was a life long Yuba-Sutter area resident. He
worked for the Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for 40 years. A U.S. Navy veteran,
Skinner was a member of the Frank C. Riley chapter of E Clampus Vitus of La
Survivors include his wife Mary L. Ankeny Skinner of Marysville, two daughters,
Karen Hunter of Davis and Suzette Greenslade of Roseville; his mother Roby
Skinner of Colusa, two sisters Peggy Campbell of Stockton and Patricia Cull of
Colusa and 14 grandchildren. -
Services Friday will be held at 10 a.m. at Hutchinson & Carnes Colonial Chapel.
Burial will be in Colusa Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be Thursday from 10
a.m. to 8 p.m.
SKINNER, MARY ALICE
Appeal Democrat 20/6/1953 MARY A. SKINNER 91, SUCCUMBS. MARY ALICE SKINNER 91 died early today at her home in the Oregon Hill district near Challenge. She was a native of Peoria and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beaty who settled in that area in 1854. For the past 67 years she had been living at Challenge. - Mrs. Skinner was the wife of the late Henry Skinner and is survived by three daughters; Mrs. Mabel Massie of Alameda, Mrs. Frances Mosebach of San Francisco and Mrs. Josephine Burnell of Oakland; five sons, James F. Moran of Manhattan Beach, Alexander Moran of Challenge, John M. Moran of San Francisco, Harry A. Skinner of Marysville and Joseph H. Skinner of Colusa: one sister, Miss Rose E. Beaty of Oakland; 29 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. - Rosary will be cited Monday at 8 p.m. in Hutchison’s Colonial chapel, Marysville and requiem mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Dobbins Catholic church. Interment will be in Dobbins cemetery.
Stockton Daily Independent - Wed. 31 Jul 1872 - Thomas Skinner died at Frenchtown, Yuba county, on Saturday last, of congestion of the brain. The deceased died quite suddenly. He was attacked while at work in his orchard, and walking to the porch of his residence laid down and said: "Wife I am dying." He immediately expired. Deceased was a native of England, and aged 44 years.
SLATTERY, ANNIE C.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Thu 7/31/1913, p1 - Annie Slattery Called By Death - Annie C. Slattery, a native and former resident of this city, died Wednesday at her home, 920 Leavenworth street, in San Francisco as the result of a severe stroke of paralysis. She was the daughter of the late P. C. and M. J. Slattery also of this city and has a large circle of friends here who will regret very much to hear of her sudden demise. - She leaves one sister, Kate F. Slattery, who resides in San Francisco. The funeral services will be held Friday from St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul. Interment will be made in the cemetery in that city and will be private. Flowers will also be omitted.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 1/3/1903, p3 - Died: In this city, January 2d, Cornelius Slattery, a native of Ireland, aged 42 years, 4 months and 4 days. - Funeral services at 2 o'clock this afternoon at St. Joseph's church. Interment Catholic cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/8/1910, p1 - Slattery Dies From Injuries - Cornelius Slattery, aged thirty-six years, who fell from the back steps at his home in this city Sunday evening fracturing his right leg and receiving internal injuries, died about 10 o'clock last night at the Rideout hospital. - He was a native of Marysville and was well known, having resided here most of his life. He leaves one sister, Mrs. John Nugent, and one brother, John Slattery, both residing in this city. His body is at the home of his sister on G street. - Kelly Brothers have charge of the funeral, the date of which will be announced later.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/9/1910, p8 - Slattery Funeral - The funeral of the late Cornelius Slattery will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday. Services at Catholic church at 9:30. Interment in the Catholic cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/10/1910, p1 - Funeral This Morning - The funeral of Cornelius Slattery will be held this morning at nine o'clock from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Nugent, and from St. Joseph's church at 9:30. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery.
SLATTERY, PATRICK C.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/23/1891, p2 - Died: In Marysville, October 22d, Patrick C. Slattery, a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 62 years, 7 months and 5 days. (San Francisco papers please copy.) - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph's cathedral Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. There will be a solemn requiem mass.
same issue, page 3 - Death of an Old Citizen - Patrick C. Slattery Passed Away Early Yesterday Morning - Surrounded by his Family - He Took a Prominent Part in the Commercial and Political Welfare of Marysville and the Surrounding Country - The Man of Much Generosity - Hon. P. C. Slattery, one of Marysville's most honored and respected citizens, died at his residence on Seventh street at a quarter past 6 o'clock yesterday morning, of congestion of the brain. Mr. Slattery was apparently in his ordinary health of late on Sunday when he took up the collection in St. Joseph's Cathedral. On Sunday evening he enjoyed a game of cards in the family circle and was as jovial as ever. On Monday morning he heard the bell of the Catholic Church ring and he hastened to get out of bed, thinking that he had overslept himself, as he was a very early riser. After reaching the floor he was overcome with dizziness and fell heavily to the ground, striking his head against some hard substance. Dr. Dobbins was sent for, and Mr. Slattery apparently recovered. He spent the day at home, and walked with his daughter, Kate, around the lawn. Towards evening he again wavered and retired to bed at 11 o'clock. - On Monday night he became unconscious, and never spoke again. At times he seemed conscious, and able to understand the prayers that Father Coleman was repeating. - His case from the moment he grew unconscious was hopeless, and Doctors Dobbins, Powell and Schlessinger, who held a consultation, gave the family no hope. - He died surrounded by those he loved best on earth-his wife, and children. It was a painless death, but a sad one to his friends who witnessed it. - By his death Marysville loses one of the best of citizens. Many a widow and orphan child will shed tears over his grave, for he was their benefactor. - Beautiful deeds, like beautiful thoughts, whether inscribed on the printed page, or transferred to the artists' canvas by the hand of genius, should live forever. - The flag at the City Hall was at half-mast on yesterday, as was also the flag at the county Court-house. - Ex-Mayor Slattery was a member of St. Joseph's Society from its infancy, and was on several occasions elected President. He was also Chairman of the committee which makes arrangements for the annual picnic of the Society. - Patrick C. Slattery was born March 17, 1829, in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland, it being one year after his illustrious fellow countryman, Daniel O'Connell had passed through the English House of Commons, his famous Catholic emancipation bill. At a very early age, Mr. Slattery was left fatherless, and being the oldest child, he started in at once to try and help his poor mother and the younger children. He was apprenticed to a leading butcher in his native town and learned the trade after five years. At the expiration of his apprenticeship he started for New York, where he arrived in the year 1852, and found no difficulty in getting a situation, in the celebrated Fulton market, as he was considered not only one of the best stall-men, but an excellent judge of cattle. - About two years after arriving in New York he married his present wife, and took the first step on the road to happiness and prosperity. - About this time there was great excitement about California, and the young butcher left the Fulton Market, and his good wife and child (C. D. Slattery) came to Marysville, where his cousin, Father Dan Slattery, was rector of the Catholic Church. - He arrived in Marysville in 1859, and after working for wages for several months sent to New York for Mrs. Slattery and the baby, and when they arrived he started a small stall for himself in the present City Market. To prove how economical he was, he would buy a beef and a couple of sheep, and his wife would help him to kill, and he then did the cutting up. - After a short time he was able to hire an assistant and kept on increasing his business. When all the other butchers, with plenty of means at their disposal, but less ability and judgment as butchers than Mr. Slattery, failed, he prospered. Night and day he kept working, never knowing when to stop, and his stalls were always found with lamb, veal, etc. Many people would wonder where he got them at such seasons. As he made money he invested in land, and soon became the owner of the Eton, or old Park ranches and Simmerly ranch, to which he made additions, all of which now contain about 800 acres. - He opened a packing house on E street, and some years later purchased the extensive premises known as "Slattery's Packing House." He also opened a branch shop in Yuba City. - Of his generosity it is not necessary to say anything, but even outside of what his noble wife did, many a ton of meat, in the past twenty-five years, have been sent to the poor of the city of Marysville and surrounding country. An Appeal representative once heard a man who had worked for him a number of years, say that he could swear that he never refused man, woman or child, whether deserving or not. - He gave freely to all churches, no matter of what denomination. He will be missed by many of his own countrymen, to whom he was ever generous and kind. His purse was always open to help the land that gave him birth. - Mr. Slattery will be missed and mourned by every man, woman and child in this community. - He was elected County Treasurer in 1879, and took office January, 1880, having defeated the late E. C. Ross by 166 votes. He also served as Alderman, and was elected Mayor of the city in March, 1888, serving for two years. - He leaves a wife, two sons, and two daughters, to mourn his loss. He has one brother, Cornelius, in this city, a brother Maurice, in Tralee, who resided in this city some years ago.
SLAUGHTER, AMBROSE EMERY
Marysville Appeal - 6/2/1926, p1 - Ambrose Slaughter, 16 Year Old School Boy, Taken By Death - A complication of ailments resulted in the death of Ambrose Emery Slaughter, 16 years old, today at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mabel Slaughter, 219 Eighth street. He was a pupil in the local schools, having lived in Marysville for 14 years. He was a native of Tulare county. - He is survived by his mother, and a brother, Emmett, of Marysville, and a sister, Mrs. W. C. White of San Francisco. - Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock this morning in the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan, with Rev. B. F. Butts officiating. Interment will be made in the city cemetery.
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/14/1877 - A Fearful Mining Disaster - From Thomas Moran, who came down from Smartsville Thursday evening at 9 o'clock, the Marysville Appeal learns the following additional particulars of the terrible disaster occurring Thursday afternoon in the Blue Point Hydraulic mine at Sucker Flat: The gang of men at the time of the cave were engaged in clearing the debris and making preparations for letting on water for piping, and those killed were caught in an angle of a bank where they could not escape. After the injured were rescued, twelve hundred inches of water were turned upon the immense pile of dirt and gravel covering the dead miners, and hours were consumed in washing them out. The disaster caused the greatest excitement in the vicinity, and hundreds of people gathered about the scene of the accident, watching the progress of the work for the recovery of the bodies of the unfortunate men who had been literally buried alive without a moment's warning. The greatest sympathy was aroused in behalf of those so suddenly bereft of husbands and fathers. B. F. Henders leaves a wife and two children. He was for years a clerk in Crary's store. Deceased was a native of New Jersey, and 42 years of age. Michael Sweeney was a native of Ireland, county of Sligo, aged 49, and leaves a wife. Samuel Sleeman, single, aged 30 years. Michael McWilliams, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Derry, aged 28. Thomas McDonald, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Antrim, aged 28. Michael Conway, one of the injured, had his left leg broken, and M. Brasnan is reported severely injured internally. Mr. Moran's errand to the city last evening was to order coffins for the dead. It is reported that no inquest will be held.
Daily Democrat - 12/7/1891, p4 - Died: Slicer - In this city, December 6, 1891, Samuel Slicer, a native of Maryland, age 56 years, 11 months and 12 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of Mrs. Susie Slicer, corner of Seventh and California Alley, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment City cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 12/8/1891, p3 - Death of Samuel Slicer - Samuel Slicer, who has resided in this city for a number of years, died in the County Hospital on Sunday. He has been an invalid for some years, and returned again to the hospital last Thursday.
Daily Appeal - 12/9/1891, p1 - Funeral of Samuel Slicer - The
funeral of the late Samuel Slicer took place yesterday afternoon from the
residence of Mrs. Samuel Slicer. The Rev. J. P. Macaulay officiated at the
house and at the grave. A number of citizens who had known the deceased
many years attended the funeral. The following acted as pall-bearers:
J. A. Maben, J. K. Hare, A. Wade, V. C. Putman, P. J. Flannery and William
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-November 21, 1938-FORMER GRIDLEY LIBRARIAN DIES-Mrs. Emma SLIGAR, pioneer resident of the Gridley community, first librarian there serving for 18 years until about five years ago, when advanced age and poor health caused her retirement, died in the Rideout hospital in Marysville Saturday afternoon. She had been in under treatment in the hospital two days, but had been in failing health for a year. Mrs. Sligar had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Amy Bilhartz, in Marysville since retiring from library work. She was a daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. H. Will, who came to Butte county from Iowa when she was a child. She was born in Columbus City, Iowa, 77 years ago. She was a charter member of the Gridley lodge of Rebekah, which was organized 58 years ago. She was also an active worker in the Christian church there all through her active life. Funeral services were set for 2 p. m. Monday, to be held in the Block chapel in Gridley, internment to be made in the Gridley-Biggs cemetery. Deceased is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Bilhartz, and a son, Clay Sligar of Gridley. She was a sister of Bird Will of Bangor and Mrs. Mary Heniger of Shasta county. A granddaughter is Mrs. Hugo (Patricia) Del Pero of Marysville, and her son is a great-grandson of the deceased.
SLIGAR, HATTIE M.
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-June 17, 1933-DEATH COMES SUDDENLY TO MRS. SLIGAR-Death came suddenly to Mrs. Hattie M. SLIGAR, widow of the late Noah J. Sligar, at her home in Marysville. She had been in failing health lately, her intimate friends knew, but the seriousness of her condition had not been suspected. She was 59 years of age and was widely known and respected in the community. Mrs. Sligar was employed for 13 years as a clerk in the store of Bradley’s Inc., and recently was employed at the Fashion Shop. She is survived by one son, Lloyd Sligar, and two daughters, Mrs. Lewis Allen and Mrs. Floyd Sternes. Mrs. Sligar was a lifetimes residence of Marysville, and was the daughter of the late Charles Binney, widely known early-day settler here. Her uncle, A. J. Binney took part in railroad pioneering when he built the Marysville-Knights Landing railway, and designed the historic Southern Pacific locomotive No. 1, now on exhibit at the world fair in Chicago. Funeral services will be held at the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan Monday at 2 p.m. Internment will be made in Sierra View cemetery.
SLIGAR, N. J.
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-January 14, 1930-N. J. SLIGAR, 40 YEARS IN HUB BUSINESS, DIES IN SACRAMENTO-Failing to rally following an operation, N. J. SLIGAR, 80, retired stable owner of Marysville and resident of the city for more than 60 years, died Tuesday at the Sutter hospital in Sacramento. Sligar underwent the operation in Sacramento Jan. 6 It was an operation for removal of gallstones, and improvement of his condition for several days indicated he was on the way to recovery. His condition however, took a turn for the worse a few days ago. For more than 40 years, Sligar conducted the New York stable in Marysville. The stable was located on Second street, between C and D streets. He gave up his stable business a number of years ago when a general closing of stables was brought about by the coming of the automobile. While a stableman, Sligar also operated the old stage line between Marysville and Colusa, He was in charge of the stage line for 20 years. Sligar was born in Memphis, Tenn. He came to Marysville to reside when a youth. He would have been 81 years old in June. His widow, Mrs. Hattie Sligar, of Marysville and three children, Lloyd Sligar, Mrs. Marion Sternes and Mrs. Louis B. Allen, all of Marysville, survive. A brother George Sligar, also survives. The body was brought to Marysville Tuesday morning. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lipp and Sullivan.
SLOAT, WALTER H.
Marysville Appeal - 10/30/1918, p5 - Walter H. Sloat, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sloat, died at the home of his parents at Alicia Station, Yuba County, yesterday. He was a native of California, aged 19 years. Besides his parents he is survived by three brothers, Charles F. and John of Yuba County, and Warren, of San Francisco; and one sister, Mrs. J. K. Scally, of San Francisco. The remains will be shipped to Santa Clara for interment by Kelly Bros.
SMETHURST, GEORGE WILLIAM
Appeal Democrat - Thu 1/19/1928, p1 - G. W. Smethurst Yuba Pioneer Aged 94, Dies - George William Smethurst, aged pioneer of Yuba county, died in Marysville this morning, on his 94th birthday anniversary. The funeral services will be held in the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan, Saturday, at 2 p.m., and the body will be taken to the Peoria cemetery for interment. - Smethurst, for years one of the leading men of the county, was a native of Philadelphia, but had been a resident of California and Yuba county for 55 years. He lived for half a century in the house at Browns Valley that he left to enter the hospital when his fatal illness came upon him. - He had been a miner and farmer during his residence in the district, and his mine is said to be rich in gold, although it has never been worked on an extensive scale. - Survisors [sic] of Smethurst are his sons and daughters, Frank Smethurst, Browns Valley; George Smethurst, Sacramento; Charles Smethurst, Roseville; Raymond Smethurst, San Francisco; John Bugner, San Francisco; Mrs. Harriman, San Francisco, and Mrs. Bruce, Oakland. Four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren are also survivors.
Appeal Democrat - Sat 1/21/1928, p1 - Smethurst, Pal of Mark Twain, is Buried Today - The funeral today at the Peoria cemetery in Browns Valley of George W. Smethurst marks the passing of one of the most romantic figures in the state. - Born in Philadelphia, 94 years ago, Smethurst filled many roles and lived a life full of incident and history. As a boy he showed a strong taste for mechanical engineering which led him eventually to the Mississippi river where he became an engineer on one of the famous steamboats that carried as passengers, the adventurers that made the life on the packet boats, the scene of many a story. Among those Smethurst met on the boat was a young, curly-headed pilot who invariably attracted everyone to his cabin by his talent for humorous story telling. This young pilot named Samuel Clemens became famous under the pen name of Mark Twain. Smethurst was able, being possessed of a remarkable memory, to relate many tales of the young pilot. - Later Smethurst moved to Nevada and became an active recruit in the ranks of the pony express. His tales of adventures with the Indians and the wild races across the continent were most thrilling. Smethurst was one of the few remaining members of the pony express riders. After settling in Browns Valley, George Smethurst while plowing a field brought to the surface some gold bearing quartz which led to the discovery by him of a gold bearing ledge. - From this he mined a small fortune which kept him in comfort for the rest of his days. The mine with its hoist and stamp mill has been kept in good order ever since Smethurst removed enough gold to satisfy his needs. - At the age of 94 passes one of the last remaining Mississippi steamboat engineers of the days of Mark Twain, the cub pilot, and probably the last of the Pony Express riders. - The religious rites were administered by the Rev. John W. Winkley, pastor of the Methodist church. Walton Langdon was the vocalist, with Mrs. E. E. Monson as accompanist. - The body was taken to Peoria cemetery by Lipp & Sullivan and was interred in the family plot there. The pall bearers were R. Bruce, J. Bruce, Arthur Rice, E. Binninger, T. Binninter and Z. Zbinden.
SMITH, ACHSAH ALBINA
Marysville Democrat - 7/15/1924, p3 - Pioneer Woman Dies - Wheatland, July 15. - George H. Smith of Wheatland has gone to Chico, where his mother, Mrs. Achsah Albina Smith, passed away Saturday at the age of 72. She was a pioneer of this state, coming to California in 1851. Funeral services were held this morning at Chico.
Daily Appeal - 8/9/1898, p1 - A Pioneer Gone: Anthony Smith of Smartsville Goes the Way of All Flesh - Anthony Smith, a pioneer resident of Yuba county, died at his home at Smartsville at 6 o'clock on Sunday evening regretted by his many friends and acquaintances. - The deceased was a native of Ireland and 75 years of age, and before coming to California was a resident of Essex county, New York, where he was naturalized on November 15, 1846. After coming to this country he took up his residence at Lander's Bar, near Smartsville, and soon afterwards removed to Smartsville where he has since resided since 1854. He followed mining for many years, was a constable for several years, and up to within five years ago took road contracts and was considered one of the best road masters in the county. - He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Kerrigan of San Rafael, Mrs. Martin of Washington, and Mrs. Connelly of Arizona, and one son, William Smith, who resides in Arizona, to mourn his loss. - By his death one of the early settlers in Yuba county has been removed and one of the old landmarks of Smartsville has gone to that bourne beyond the grave from whence no traveler has ever yet returned. He leaves to his family the record of an honest life. - The funeral will take place from the Catholic church at Smartsville this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
SMITH, CHARLES CLIFTON
Marysville Appeal - 9/29/1911, p1 - Death of C. Clifton Smith - Charles Clifton Smith, a native of Nevada county, died in this city yesterday at the age of 52 years, 4 months. He leaves to mourn his death one sister, Laura Young of Los Angeles, and three brothers, Thomas Smith of Marysville township, Len and Henry Smith of Roseville. - Deceased was well known in this part of the country, having been engaged in sheep raising here for many years. The body is at the parlors of R. E. Bevan, from which place the funeral will be held Sunday afternoon. Interment will be in the City cemetery.
SMITH, CHESTER GRANTAppeal Democrat – 1/03/2001 – Chester Grant “Chet” Smith. 60. of Challenge died Jan. 1, 2001, at Rideout Memorial Hospital. Born in Alamosa, Colo., he was a Yuba-Sutter resident since 1947. He was the owner of O’Hara’s Lounge in Marysville from 1969 to 1988 and formerly worked at Jack’s Tavern and Eagle’s Nest, both in Marysville. He was a member of Marysville Elks Lodge 783, Marysville; the Frank C. Reilly Chapter, E. Clampus Vitus in LaPorte; and the Yuba-Sutter Chapter Ducks Unlimited. Also, he helped establish the Yuba-Sutter Bar Baseball League, playing second base for O’Hara’s Lounge, and was a 1958 graduate of Marysville School. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1958 to 1961. Survivors include his wife, Joyce Smith, of Challenge; three stepsons, Frank Enyeart of Challenge, Terry Enyeart of Atlanta, Ga., and Jae Eyneart of Valdosta, Ga.; one stepdaughter, Cheryl Sauls of Colunbia, S.C.; one brother, Gordon “Gordie” Smith of Yuba City; 11 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Marysville Elks Lodge Building Fund, 920 D St., Marysville, Calif. 95901 – Services: A memorial service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Marysville Elks Lodge 783 in Marysville with lodge officers and members officiating. Inurnment will be at Sierra View Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Chapel of the Twin Cities. ( Note: Chester was buried in the Strawberry Valley cemetery in lieu of Sierra View Memorial Park .) (B.S.)
Daily Appeal - 4/7/1876, p3 - Funeral of Daniel Smith - The funeral of Daniel Smith will take place this morning at 10 o'clock a.m., from the M. E. Church in Yuba City. Funeral services will be conducted by the Pastor, Rev. D. M. Hancock. The remains will be conveyed to the Yuba City Cemetery under the auspices of Templar Lodge Knights of Pythias of this city and the Odd Fellows of Yuba City.
Daily Appeal - 4/8/1876, p3 - Funeral of Daniel Smith - The funeral of Daniel Smith was largely attended yesterday at Yuba City. A large delegation from Templar Lodge, No. 21, K. of P., of this city, in uniform and under command of Captain Newhard, headed by the Marysville Brass Band, left their hall yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock, and marched to Yuba City, for the purpose of taking part in the funeral exercise. Yuba City Lodge, No. 185, I.O.O.F., also turned out in large numbers. The funeral took place from the M. E. Church, and the funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Hancock. The following acted as pallbearers: On the part of the Knights, George R. Eckart, Daniel Derrickson and C. F. Lucas; on the part of Yuba City Lodge, I.O.O.F., George Ohleyer; on the part of Colusa Odd Fellow Lodge, John Samuels and J. W. Williams.
SMITH, DAVID BROOKING
Daily Appeal - 9/5/1899, p1 - Dust to Dust; David B. Smith's Remains Laid Away Pending Final Interment - The funeral of David Brooking Smith who died on Saturday, took place at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon from his late residence 209 1/2 D street, and was largely attended. The saloon men of the city, with but a single exception, closed up their places of business during the funeral, out of respect to one who during his life had been very popular among them. - Rev. T. J. Lamont, Pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiated at the house and at the city cemetery where the remains were placed in a vault. - Several beautiful floral pieces were sent by friends of the deceased. - The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Patrick Slattery, T. E. Bevan, Fred Westerfield, William Dietz, Edward Mitchell and Charles Delay.
SMITH, E. M. - long account of fatal boating accident
Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/18/1894, p1 - Death of an Aged Lady - Mrs. Elizabeth Swift[sic], a native of Ohio, 75 years of age, died at the residence of her grand daughter, Mrs. A. F. Peel, last evening. Two daughters, Mrs. W. E. Shelton and Mrs. C. H. Baumgartner, and one son, Washington Smith mourn her demise. The old lady was highly esteemed by all her acquaintances which were many. She was a grandmother of Mrs. J. L. Wilcoxon of Yuba City and of Miss Ida Lamdin and Lewis Lamdin. The funeral will take place from the residence of Mrs. A. F. Peel, 313 C street, to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Yuba City cemetery.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 12/18/1894, p4 - The Tomb - Smith - In this city, December 17th, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, a native of Ohio, aged 75 years. - Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her granddaughter, Mr. A. F. Peel, 313 C street, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Yuba City Cemetery.
SMITH, FLORENCE HOWARD GREGORY VIVIAN
Appeal Democrat – 11/14/1953, p 10 – Florence V. Smith – Mrs. Florence Vivian Smith, 43, died unexpectedly in her home at 1312 G St., Marysville, yesterday. – A native of Arizona, she had resided in this area for the past 37 years. – Survivors include a son, Robert Gregory, now stationed with the U. S. Navy in San Diego; a daughter, Gale Wilma Vivian, Marysville; four sisters, Mrs. John Howard, Loyalton, Mrs. Irene Barnett and Mrs. Maxine Schuette, both of Reno, Nev., and Mrs. Doris Clark, Marysville. – Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Lipp & Sullivan chapel, Marysville, followed by interment in Sierra View Memorial Park.
SMITH, FREDERICK L.
San Francisco Bulletin – 3/02/1874 – DIED – SMITH – In Marysville, February 26, Frederick L. son of S. D. and Eliza Smith, aged 2 months and 8 days. (B.S.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 4/5/1905, p1 - H. Smith Reported Dead - It was reported yesterday that Hardin Smith, a former resident, who is about 63 years of age, had died recently in Oakland. He was the father-in-law of Undertaker A. B. Hopkins.
Sacramento Daily Union - 11/22/1869 - Explosion and Loss of Life - Smartsville, November 21st. - To-day about noon three men - Herman Smith, of Smartsville; Klause and Leszinsky, of San Francisco, while experimenting with Heffenger powder in O'Brien's tunnel, were blown up. The two former were killed. The latter was alive at 6 o'clock, but in a dangerous condition.
Sacramento Daily Union - 11/23/1869 - Yesterday Herman Smith, Klause & Leszinsky were blown up by powder in O'Brien's tunnel near Smartsville, Yuba county. Smith and Klause were killed, and Leszinsky is thought to be fatally injured.
Sacramento Daily Record-Union, 31 Dec 1894 - SMITH--Failed to Turn Off the Gas Properly--SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30 - John SMITH and his bride of a week were found dead in bed this morning, asphyxiated by gas. SMITH was section foreman for the Southern Pacific Company at Shell Mound, and was married four days before Christmas. It is presumed that the couple did not turn off the gas properly before retiring. (Betty Loose)(email@example.com)
Daily Democrat – 02/09/1895, p. 4 – The Tomb. – SMITH—In this city, February 9, 1895, John Smith, a native of Virginia, aged 70 years 4 months and two day [sic]. – Funeral notice eereafter [sic].
Daily Appeal – 02/10/1895, p. 6 – DIED. – In this city, February 9th, John Smith, a native of Virginia, aged 70 years, 4 months and 20 days.
Marysville Appeal - Tue 12/12/1911, p5 - Was Eighty-One Years Old - John Smith, an inmate at the Sutter county hospital, died Saturday evening at the age of 81 years. Deceased was a native of Ireland. His funeral was held from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan yesterday afternoon, at which Father M. Coleman officiated. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery of Marysville.
SMITH, JOHN C.
San Francisco Call - 7/16/1903 - Died: In this city, July 14, 1903, John C., beloved son of the late Owen and Bridget Smith, and brother of James J. and Mary A. Smith, a native of Smartsville, Yuba County, Cal., aged 40 years 3 months and 20 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the parlors of McAvoy & Co., 1239 Market street, between Eighth and Ninth, thence to St. Paul's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
Sacramento Daily Union - 7/7/1876 - Died: Harkey's ranch, Yuba county, July 2. - LeRoy Smith, 1 year and 8 months.
Marysville Appeal - Sat 12/1/1923, p4 - Mrs. Frank Smith Called By Death - Mrs. Frank Smith of Marysville died yesterday in Richmond, where she had been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Schumacher, for the past five weeks. Mrs. Smith was about 75 years old and is survived by her husband, Frank Smith, her sister, Mrs. Amelia Steele of Willows, a son, Henry Heir of Marysville, and four daughters, Mrs. Charles Hunt, Miss Mamie Smith of Marysville, Mrs. Thomas Jordan of Sacramento and Mrs. Frank Schumacher of Richmond. - The funeral services will be held at St. Joseph's church on Monday at 10 a.m., under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan. Interment will be made in the family plot at the Catholic cemetery.
SMITH, MARY & JOHN
San Francisco Morning Call, Monday 31 December, 1894 page 9, column 6 - SMITH ~ In this city, December 30, 1894, Mary, beloved wife of the late John SMITH, and daughter of Nicholas Powers, and sister of Alice and Jennie powers, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 22 years. SMITH ~ In this city, December 30, 1894, John, beloved husband of the late Mary Smith, a native of Ireland, aged 28 years. Remains at the parlors of the Pacific Undertakers, 777 Mission Street, between Third and Fourth. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marysville Daily Appeal January 4, 1895 page 1 - WAS IT MARY ANN? - Statement That the Young Woman is Dead--THE ASPHYXIATION ROUTE - Not a Very Definite Establishment of Her Identity---The Letters of Inquiry - A few days ago an account of a newly married couple being asphyxiated appeared in the San Francisco dailies, and accompanying it were the following death notices: - In this city, December 30, 1894, Mary, beloved wife of the late John Smith, and daughter of Nicholas Powers, and sister of Alice and Jennie Powers, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 22 years. - In this city, December 30, 1894, John, beloved husband of the late Mary Smith, a native of Ireland, aged 28 years. - A lady who resides in San Francisco wrote to her father, a well-known resident of this city, informing him that the woman who was the victim of the deadly gas burner was the daughter of Nicholas Powers who worked at the Buckeye Mills for a number of years, and had been married to Henry Farenkam, for a number of years employed in the Kimball stable. - An APPEAL reporter tried to locate Farenkam yesterday but was informed that he has not resided in this city for some time, but had been in town the early part of the week. Those who are intimately acquainted with Farenkam stated that he had never been divorced from Mary Ann, and that there must be some mistake, as she was a native of Marysville, not of Pennsylvania, as stated in the death notice. Her father's name is correctly stated as are also the names of her two sisters, and her age is about correct. - The following particulars appeared in last Monday's December 31, 1894 San Francisco Call page 10, column 5: from Ralph Clouse: - "Sunday is known as "asphyxiation day" at the Morgue, for a Sabbath seldom comes without a case of suffocation by coal gas. Many of such cases come from lodging houses, where no attention is paid to gas burners. The fuddled or ignorant transient retires late Saturday night, turns out the light and goes to bed ignorant of the fact that he has turned the stopcock too far, and the deadly fluid is filling the room. Next day his body is discovered and the Coroner's deputy reports that he found gas flowing from a burner in the apartment. - "A newly married couple, John Smith and wife of Berkeley, were among the burner's victims yesterday. they came to this city Saturday afternoon and spent the evening at Michael Mitchell's saloon, 823 Howard Street. Smith was a railroad employee and was related to the saloonkeeper. He was married a week ago to the buxom girl, and took her to the city with him for the purpose of introducing her to his friends. Late at night the Smiths made their way to the ferry only to discover that the last boat had crossed the bay. They returned to Mitchell's and were invited to pass the remainder of the night in a furnished apartment adjoining the saloon. The invitation was gratefully accepted, and Mitchell went home leaving the gas burning in the room in which the young couple had retired. When the saloonkeeper entered his place yesterday morning the light in the room occupied by the guests was out, and the apartment filled with gas and the bride and groom lay dead together. The stopcock on the burner had been turned on a little too far. - "A physician was summoned by Mitchell, and he declared that the Smiths had been dead two hours." - About a month ago the unfortunate young woman wrote to a friend in this city to ascertain if Henry had any money and if he still owned an interest in the stallion, but she never said a word about being divorced or having been married again. Henry and his wife did not lead a very happy life as he got into trouble with her several times when she resided in the Fourth Ward. - Until Farenkam comes to town again it will be impossible to ascertain if he knows anything about the divorce proceedings having been instituted, or if he was aware that his wife was married again. - A well known resident of this city informed an APPEAL reporter last night that Mary Ann Powers was born in Pennsylvania and that she came to this city with her mother after her father, Nicholas Powers, had obtained employment. Her sisters, he stated, were all born in this city. He knew nothing, however, about her being divorced from Farenkam. (email@example.com)
Sacramento Daily Union - 12/27/1880 - Died: Timbuctoo, December 24 - Mathew Smith, 53 years.
SMITH, R. M.
Oroville Daily Register – 2/09/1909 – WOODLEAF STAGE DRIVER DROPS DEAD – Driver of Oroville – Woodleaf Stage Passes Away on Seat – R. M. Smith who drives the stage from Oroville to Woodleaf, dropped dead about 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon while driving into Woodleaf. The deceased was about 65 years of age, and was well known in this city. It is thought that the cause of death was heart disease. Mr. Smith leaves a wife and two daughters, residing in San Francisco, and a son, living in Marysville. The Coroner of Yuba county, in which Woodleaf is situated, was notified of the death, and an inquest will be held to-day. (B. S.)
Daily Bee – 5/10/1883 – DIED – Near Brown’s Valley, Yuba County, May 8, Sarah Smith, aged 69 years. (B. S.)
SMITH, SUSAN T.
Sacramento Daily Union - 3/11/1886 - Died: Smartsville, Yuba county, March 6 - Susan T. Smith, 15 years, 11 months and 15 days.
SMITH, THOMAS A.
Daily Appeal - 8/18/1867, p3 - Sad Death - We regret to announce the decease of our friend and townsman, Thomas A. Smith, Esq., who died at Berry Creek, in Butte county, early yesterday morning. He had been ill for some time past, and recently went to Berry Creek, hoping to be benefitted by the mountain air. He was accompanied by his wife, who is also in poor health. On Friday evening word reached here that his health was improving, and his many friends rejoiced over the event. Yesterday a dispatch was received announcing his decease. Mr. Hartwell started to Berry Creek to bring down his remains, and is expected to reach here with them early this morning. Mr. Smith was a member of Marysville Lodge, F. & A. M., Washington R. A. Chapter and Marysville Council, R. & S. M., also Yuba Lodge, I.O.O.F. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.
Daily Evening Telegraph - 8/19/1867, p3 - Funeral of Thomas A. Smith - Yesterday evening the remains of Thomas A. Smith were conveyed to the Cemetery from the Episcopal Church, corner of E and Fifth streets, followed by numerous friends, and members of the Odd Fellows Lodge and different Masonic Orders to which he belonged. The deceased was a man highly esteemed. He was called away in the prime of life, being only 36 years of age, and has left a wife and children to mourn.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 8/20/1867, p3 - Funeral of Thos. A. Smith - Yesterday the remains of Thomas A. Smith were borne to their last resting place in the City Cemetery, preceded by a large number of members of the Masonic and Odd Fellow fraternities, and followed by a large number of citizens. Mr. S. was a man who occupied a proud position in the hearts of the people of Marysville, for all who knew him loved him, and his memory will long be cherished by his friends. His age was 36 years. His wife is in exceeding delicate health, and it is feared she cannot long survive the blow she received at the loss of her husband.
Appeal Democrat – 2/11/1985 - Longtime Yuba-Sutter area resident Alice Smock, 91, of Loma Rica died Friday at Driftwood Convalescent Hospital in Yuba County. A native of Dade County, Mo., she had lived in the bi-county area since 1946. Graveside funeral services are scheduled Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Vallholla Cemetery in North Hollywood with Bishop Don Horst of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiating. Memorial services were conducted Sunday at the LDS Loma Rica branch with President Dean Ellyson officiating. She is survived by a son, Howard French of Glendale; a step-son, Bill Smock of Los Angeles; three step-daughters, Bea Turner of Sacramento, Ella Horst of Malibu and Eunice Kenner of Los Angeles; 16 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Contributions to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 11646 Hill Road, Loma Rica, have been suggested by the family. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Lipp and Sullivan Chapel. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe)
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/23/1919, p4 - Feather River Claims Second Victim of Year - The second person to drown in the waters of the Feather river this season was Charles Snaith, 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snaith of this city, who drowned yesterday afternoon shortly after two o'clock, at the southern extremity of Willow Island about a mile north of Bert's Feather River Resort. - In company with Alfred Day, Gene and Bud Ashburn, the lad was swimming in the river off the sand bar which protrudes from the Yuba county shore opposite the Island. The other boys were on the bank, it is said, when the drowned boy started to wade across the river. He came to a sudden jump-off and had submerged the third time before two young men in a boat a few yards away could row to the scene. - The body was recovered less than three hours afterward by Sheriff Ben Manford, of Sutter county. - Beside his parents the boy is survived by two brothers, Edward and Charles and a sister, Elizabeth. - The body is in charged [sic] of Coroner J. K. Kelly.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 7/24/1919, p4 - Funeral For Charles Snaith This Morning - Funeral services for Charles Snaith, who was drowned in the Feather river Tuesday afternoon, will be held from Kelly Brothers chapel at 10 o'clock this morning with Rev. Mark Rifenbark, of St. John's Episcopal church, officiating. Interment will be made in the Yuba City cemetery.
Daily Appeal – 11/16/1881, p. 1 – DIED. – In the Sutter County Hospital, November 14th, Frederick Snider, aged 56 years.
SNOW, JAMES F.
Alta California – 2/23/1865, Pg. 4 – DIED – In Marysville, Feb. 17th, James F. Snow, aged 25 years. (B. S.)
Sacramento Daily Union – 3/22/1864, Pg. 2 - DIED- In Brown’s Valley, March 20th, Charles Snowhite, aged 81 years. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 3/22/1864, Pg. 3 – Sudden Death, --- Charles Snowhite, an old and respected citizen of this city, died at Brown’s Valley on Sunday morning last. He was attacked by a fit and expired in a few minutes. The body was brought to this city and buried yesterday morning under the auspices of the Masonic fraternity, of which he was a member. His age was 31 years. (B. S.)
SNYDER, EDITH A.
Sacramento Bee – November 25, 1971 – Deaths – In this city November 24, 1971, Edith A. Snyder. Dearly beloved wife of Fred D. Snyder, beloved mother of Maxine Worley and Steve Lent, loving sister of Allen and George C. Bateman, loving daughter of May E. McKinley. Survived by three grandchildren. A native of California, aged 62 years. A resident of West Sacramento for 18 years and an office worker for State of California 9 years. Private services will be held Friday at GEORGE L. KLUMPP CHAPEL OF FLOWERS 808 “O” St. Cremation East Lawn. Donations to Medical Research Fund, Sutter Hospital preferred. (B.S.)
SNYDER, FRED D.
(Died 1/16/1982) – From – County of Yolo – Certificate of Death – State of California – Name of decedent, Fred D. Snyder – Date of death, January 16, 1982 – Hour, 1130 – Sex, Male – Race, Cauc. – Ethnicity, American – Date of birth, March 5, 1905 – Age, 76 years – Birthplace of decedent, Penn. – Name and birthplace of father, Unk Snyder/Unk – birth name and birthplace of mother, Kathryn Unk/Unk – Citizen of what country, USA – Social Security Number, [removed for privacy] – Married – Name of surviving spouse, Jeanne Walton – Primary occupation, Carpenter – Number of years this occupation, 35 – Employer, Various Companies – Kind of business or industry, Carpentry – Usual residence, 2000 West Capital Ave. #33 – City or town, West Sacramento – County, Yolo – State, CA – Informant, Jeanne Snyder (Wife), 2000 West Capital Ave. #33, West Sacramento, CA 95818 – Place of death, Woodland Skilled Nursing Facility – County, Yolo – Street address, 678 3rd St. – City or town, Woodland – Death was caused by A. Immediate cause, Respiratory failure – Approximate interval between onset and death, days – Due to B. Chronic Obstructive Lung Dis. – Approximate interval between onset and death, year – Other conditions contributing, Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Dis. – Was death reported to Coroner?, No – Was biopsy performed?, No – Was autopsy performed?, No – Was operation performed, No – Physician’s certification – I attended decedent since, 8-27-74 – I last saw decedent alive, 1-14-82 – Physician signature, Ronald G. Harper, M.D. – Date signed, 1-18-82 – Physician’s License Number, G11035 – Physician’s name and address, Ronald G. Harper, Woodland Med. Cl. Grp., Woodland, Cal. – Disposition, Cremation – Date, 1/20/82 – Name and address of cemetery or crematory, Camella Memorial Lawn, Sacramento Ca. – Embalmer License Number and signature, 4072, George Rollins – Name of funeral director, George L. Klumpp 360 – Local Registrar, B. O. Cobb, M.D./SSB – Date accepted, Jan 19, 1982. (B. S.)
Appeal Democrat – 12/04/1933, p. 4 – MRS. SOMMERS’ DEATH MOURNED – CAMPTONVILLE, Dec. 4.—The community lost another of its pioneer citizens Thursday evening in the passing of Mrs. Margaret Sommers, veteran resident of the Mill Creek section. She had been ill for several months. – Deceased was born in Wetzler, Germany, August 12, 1861, and before leaving the old country was married to Louis Marquardt. To this union six children were born. After Marquardt’s death, she was married in 1893 to Joseph Sommers, to which union five more children were born. She lived here 49 years. – She is survived by her husband, Joseph Sommers, and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Kate Humphrey, Camptonville; Mrs. Mary Kennady, Oroville; Mrs. Johanna Turner, Camptonville; Mrs. Elizabeth Halkyard, San Francisco; Frank Sommers, Santa Cruz; Mrs. Margaret Kennady, Berkeley; Mrs. Laverne Roberts, San Francisco; Albert C. Sommers, Nevada City; Mrs. Gertrude T. Samms and Louis Marquardt, Camptonville. A large number of grandchildren, nephews and nieces, also survive. – Funeral services were held from the auditorium of the local Masonic hall Saturday afternoon, the religious rites being conducted by Rev. H. H. Buckner of Nevada City. Interment was made in the local cemetery.
Marysville Appeal – 8/01/1912, Pg. 8 – Chinese Pioneer Dies In This City – Wong Ah Son Well Known In Marysville – Wong Ah Son, a well-known pioneer Chinaman of this county, died in this city last Tuesday afternoon and the funeral was held yesterday morning from the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. Interment was in the City Cemetery. The Chinaman was a teamster and for many years hauled provisions between Marysville and the mountain towns. He was 78 years of age and had been a resident of California for the past forty years. (B. S.)
SOOY, HALL A.
Weekly Mercury (Oroville) – 7/04/1879 – DIED – At Brownsville, June 2d, Hall A., infant son of Charles H. And Rose Sooy. (B. S.)
Sacramento Bee October 21, 1861 - Died Camptonville Oct 13th John SORG aged 21 yrs (R.T.)
(Died January 13, 1984 - Paper was likely the Mt. Shasta Herald ) – Jerome Sorich, a former forester for the U. S. Forest Service, died Friday at the Mount Shasta Community Hospital at the age of 80. He was a resident of McCloud. He was born in San Francisco on October 8, 1903. He had been a member of the Congressional Committee Task Force under President Reagan. He had lived in Siskiyou County for the past 20 years, including ten years in Mount Shasta and two years in McCloud. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie, of McCloud. Rev. Phil McGallian officiated at services at Mount Shasta Memorial Chapel Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in Strawberry Valley Cemetery near Oroville. (B.S.)
SORICH, MARJORIEMount Shasta Herald – April 25, 2001 – MARJORIE SORICH – Marjorie Bernice Sorich, a resident of Mount Shasta, died of natural causes on April 16, 2001 in her residence at George Washington Manor in Mount Shasta. She was 84. Marjorie was born in Richmond, CA. on June 27, 1916 to the late Dr. Vestal and Amanda E. Vestal, where Dr. Vestal was a pioneer physician and surgeon. She was a graduate of Richmond Union Highs chool. She received training and worked for six years as a PBX operator at the city hall in Richmond. Marjorie married George Nielsen, a Richmond police officer and they had a son Elden George, who was killed in a tragic accident near Redding. Marjorie later later married Jerome Sorich and they settled in Mount Shasta where she worked as a radio operator and lookout for the Forest Service. For many years, she resided at the George Washington Manor. She was bright and alert, concerned about environmental issues, strongly supported the restoration of Mono Lake and was a contributing member of the Mono Lake Committee. Survivors include a sister, Thelma Vestal of El Cerrito, and three nephews, George Dunlap Sr. of Pleasant Hill, Leland Dunlap of Redding, and Dr. Robert Vestal of Boise, Id. She was predeceased by her husband, Jerome Sorich in 1984. Two older sisters, Carmen Hartsfield and Ethel Vestal and an older brother, Elden Vestal predeceased in 1956, 1981, and 1998, respectively. Interment was at the Strawberry Valley Cemetery in Yuba County. A memorial service for friends and relatives will be held Friday, April 27th, at 1:30 p.m. in the recreation room, Manor 2 (building 6), George Washington Manor, 1020 Kingston drive in Mount Shasta with Reverend Thomas Brackney, officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Mono Lake foundation, P.O. Box 29, Lee Vining, CA 93541; or the United Methodist Church, 312 W. Alma Street, Mount Shasta, CA 96067. (Transcribed & submitted by Brad Sharpe.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 7/3/1906, p1 - Death of a Child - The infant son of Joseph Soto passed away yesterday afternoon in this city at the age of 8 months and 5 days. No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeral.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 6/16/1888, p2 - Deaths: In Yuba City, June 15th, Jackson South, aged 60 years. - The remains will be taken to Brownsville to-day, and the funeral will take place to-morrow (Sunday) morning at 10 o'clock.
SOUTHERN, FANNIE EMMA
Appeal Democrat – 05/31/1948, p. 1 – Fannie Southern, Early-Day Nurse, Dies in Hospital – Miss Fannie Emma Southern, 316 Fifth St., native of Southern Station, Shasta county, died Saturday evening in Rideout Memorial hospital. She had been in ill health for the past few years. – Miss Southern was the daughter of Simeon Fisher Southern who was born in Stephensburgh, Ky., Sept. 6, 1827, and came across the mountains to California in 1849. Mrs. Southern was the former Sarah Emma Lafferty who was born at Cumberland, Ky. She died May 26, 1919. – Miss Southern was the last of eight children. She received her early training in the schools of Shasta county. She was graduated from Hahenmann hospital in San Francisco in 1900. At the hospital she was superintendent of nurses. In 1905 she went to Chico where she started the Florence Nightingale hospital and continued as its owner and superintendent until 1908, when she came to Marysville. – When she came to Marysville she became superintendent of Rideout Memorial hospital which was opened May 1, 1908. The Rideout Memorial Hospital Assn., was organized Nov. 15, 1907, when Mrs. N. D. Rideout converted her home, where Hotel Marysville now stands, into the first hospital Marysville had. Mrs. Rideout built the present hospital building as a memorial to her husband. Mrs. [sic] Southern continued her business by leasing and furnishing it. She retired from hospital business in 1936. – Miss Southern was appointed first matron of the Yuba county detention home, a post which she held until 1918 when she resigned. She was a charter member of the San Francisco Nurses Assn., and was one of the organizers of the Nurses Journal of which she was the first treasurer. – She was a member of Marysville chapter Order of Eastern [Star] Marysville parlor No. 162, [of] which she was a past president. She is an honorary member of Marysville Soroptimist club and Yuba-Sutter Nurses Assn. – She was a member of St. John’s Episcopal church where services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Graveside services will be held in the Masonic-IOOF cemetery in Redding at 2:30 p.m. She will be interred in the family plot. Lipp and Sullivan is in charge. – She is survived by a niece, Mrs. Elsie Giberson, of Santa Cruz.
SOUZA, LIONEL REBEIRO
Appeal Democrat - Sat 11/29/1986, pA-9 - Obituaries - Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for Lionel Rebeiro Souza of Browns Valley who died Nov. 27, 1986, at Rideout Emergency Center. He was 77. - A Massachusetts native, he had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for four years. He was a retired postal carrier. - He retired from the U. S. Army in 1964 after 22 years of service. - He was a member of Marysville Council No. 1869 of the Knights of Columbus and the National Association of Letter Carriers. - He is survived by his wife, Rose F. Souza; two sons, Lionel Souza of San Jose and Brian Souza of Browns Valley; two daughters, Rosemary Souza of San Jose and Frances Souza of Dobbins; a brother, Joseph Souza of Massachusetts; four sisters, Mary Souza, Eva Cournoyer, Angie Pielech and Millie Parker, all of Massachusetts; and three grandchildren. - Services are scheduled at 11 a.m. at St. Josephs Catholic Church with the Rev. Thomas Marshall officiating. Rosary will be recited Monday at 7 p.m. at Hutchison & Carnes Colonial Chapel. - Visitations will be Sunday from noon to 4:30 p.m. and Monday from noon to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. - Memorials or contributions to St. Judes Hospital have been suggested by the family.
Daily Appeal – 2/21/1890, Pg. 2 – DEATHS – At the Soward Ranch, near Dobbin’s Ranch, Yuba County, February 17th, Alfred Soward, a native of Maryland, aged 78 years and 11 months. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 2/21/1890, Pg. 3 – Death of a Pioneer – On last Monday Alfred Soward, an old resident of this county, died at his home some miles from Dobbins Ranch. He had been ailing for some time, and death was not unexpected. The deceased for a number of years had been a resident of the locality in which he died, and was highly esteemed by his long list of acquaintances. He was a Justice of the Peace of Northeast township. His son, Frank Soward, is Judge of the Superior Court of Sierra county. The funeral took place on Wednesday. (B. S.)
SOWELL, W. J.
Daily Appeal - 7/12/1882, p2 - Died: In Wheatland, July 11th, W. J. Sowell, aged 69 years. Funeral this afternoon in Wheatland at 3 o'clock.
SPARGO, THOMAS JEFFREY
Appeal - 12/13/1876, p3 - Died At Smartsville - Thomas Jeffrey Spargo, aged 32 years, a native of Cornwall, England, died at Smartsville on the 11th instant, and the funeral of the deceased took place in that town on Tuesday, 12th inst., under the auspices of Lavonia lodge, I.O.O.F.
Daily California Express - 12/15/1862, p3 - Drowned At Sea - We are called upon to make the announcement of the death, by drowning of little Willie, a lad seven years of age, son of our fellow townsman, A. P. Spear. The little fellow was on his way East, in company with his mother and brother. He became quite a favorite on the steamer, being an active and intelligent lad, and on the Atlantic, between Aspinwall and New York, he was engaged in his usual sports on deck, and losing his balance, was percipitated into the ocean. The little unfortunate one swam for some time, and the steamer was immediately stopped, while a boat was lowered, but a heavy swell took the boy under and he was lost to view beneath the waves of the ocean.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/25/1872, p2 - Died: At the residence of his son, Brad Spencer, near Dayton, on the 18th inst., Aaron Spencer, aged 82 years.
SPENCER, EDWARD GEORGE
Sacramento Union - October 8, 1907 - Wheatland Oct. 7 – Another pioneer has passed away. Edward George SPENCER of Sheridan breathed his last yesterday afternoon. The deceased was born in County Cork, Ireland, May 16, 1827, and died at the good old age of 80 years, 4 months and 21 days. He came to California in 1849 or 1850, and for a number of years he and his brother John ran a sawmill and supplied mining camps of Placer county with lumber. He was an engineer by trade and before coming to this country followed his trade on the seas. He leaves a brother and a sister in the East, and has two living children –John and Mrs. Julia PETERS of Sheridan. Mr. Spencer was a very bright man- intellectually, he was far above the average citizen of his day and generation. The deceased was a member of the Masonic lodge at this place, and notwithstanding his age it has been his custom for years to walk from Sheridan to Wheatland in order to attend his lodge,. Regardless of storms and the darkness of night. He was a highly respected citizen and is well known through this part of the Sacramento valley. The funeral service will take place tomorrow from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Julia Peters. The Masonic order will have charge of the services and Rev. W.F. COFFIN will be the officiating minister. (R.T.)
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-July 5, 1938-SPERBECK, HUB RANCHER, DIES-Charles SPERBECK, a prominent stockman and property owner, native and life-long resident of Yuba county, died at 2 a.m. Sunday following three months of illness. The body is lying in state at his late home, 723 D Street, Marysville, until 12 noon today and will then be moved to the chapel of Lipp & Sullivan, where funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m., with internment following in Sierra View Memorial par. Rev. E. L. Freeland will officiate. Sperbeck had long been prominent in the affairs of Yuba county, owning a large ranch in the Browns Valley district. He submitted to the amputation of one foot three years ago and since then had been force to retire from some of his activities, although but 64 years of age at his death. Deceased was a widower, his wife dying about three months ago. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. J. J. Olmstead of Courtland and Mrs. Jack Dunn of Marysville. He was a brother of Mrs. F. M. Dutra of Hallwood, Mrs. Esther Crook Johnson, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. L. E. Binnnnger and Mrs. Gordon Tapley, all of Marysville.
Daily Appeal newspaper - 2/2/1912, p 1 - JACOB SPERBECK ANSWERS CALL: Old and Respected Resident of Yuba Dies at Seven-Mile House - Jacob Sperbeck, and old and highly esteemed resident of the Browns Valley district, died yesterday afternoon at the Seven-Mile House after a brief illness. - The deceased was a native of Michigan, where he was born Jan. 31, 1839, thus being 73 years of age the day before his death. - He came to this state fifty years ago and has since resided in and around Browns Valley. For a number of years he lived at the Glena or Sixteen-Mile House, moving from there nine years ago to the Seven-Mile House, where he has since resided. - He leaves to mourn his passing, besides his wife, three sons, Jacob F. and Chas. S. Sperbeck of Browns Valley and John B. Sperbeck of the Marysville police department, six daughters, Mrs. Carrie Binninger, Mrs. Annie Binninger, Mrs. Margaret Dutra of the Browns Valley district, Mrs. Josie Smith, Mrs. Mamie Tapley and Mrs. Esther Crook of Marysville. - Sperbeck was a member of Oriental Lodge No. 45, I.O.O.F., of Marysville for many years. - The funeral will take place from the Seven Mile House and interment will be in the Peoria cemetery. The time and date of the funeral will be announced later by R.E. Bevan.
SPERBECK, LLOYD FRANCIS, SR.Appeal-Democrat – 03/13/1976 – OBITUARIES – Lloyd F. Sperbeck Rites Set – Lloyd Francis Sperbeck Sr., 75, a Browns Valley rancher and member of a pioneer Yuba City family, died yesterday at Rideout Hospital following a long illness. – Born in Browns Valley, Sperbeck was the eldest of five children born to Jacob Sperbeck and Nellie Gorman Sperbeck, ranchers and owners of a stage coach stop. – He was a director of the Browns Valley Cemetery District, a member of the California Cattlemen’s Association, a member of the Yuba – Plumas Cattlemen’s Association, a former member of the Yuba County Republican Central Committee and a former director of the Yuba Foothill Baseball League. – He is survived by his wife, Flora, of Browns Valley, one son, Lloyd F. Sperbeck Jr., of Browns Valley; one daughter, Roberta D’Arcy, of Browns Valley, two brothers, John W. Sperbeck and Harold J. Sperbeck, both of Marysville; one sister, Ann Benton, of Marysville; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. – Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. at Lipp & Sullivan Chapel, and requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Friends may call from 1 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be at Browns Valley Cemetery. – Memorials to the American Cancer Society have been suggested.
Marysville Appeal newspaper - 8/27/1912, p 4 - MRS. SPERBECK DIED ON SUNDAY: Old and Estimable Resident of Marysville Succumbs to Illness - Mrs. Margaret SPERBECK, one of the old and respected inhabitants of Yuba county, died at her home in Marysville at 4:30 Sunday morning. She had been ailing for some time and the end was not unexpected by relatives and friends, who had thoughtfully watched at her bedside. - The funeral arrangements have been completed and the interment will take place this afternoon at the Peoria cemetery, above Browns Valley. It was there that the remains of her late husband were interred some time ago. Most of her married life was spent in that section. - The deceased was a native of New Jersey, where she was born February 28, 1849. She lived in her native state until a young woman, when she came to California to make her home. At that time she was sixteen years of age. Some time after her arrival she married the late Jacob Sperbeck, who died last June, and made her home at the Galena House, about sixteen miles east of Marysville. This was one of the most popular road houses in Yuba county at the time of its establishment. Mrs. Sperbeck conducted the house, while her husband attended to a profitable freighting business. - Several years ago Mr. and Mrs. Sperbeck retired from active business and came to Marysville to make their home. They were identified with the best interests of the city to the time of their death. - The deceased was the mother of ten children, showing that in addition to attending to her business she had time to raise a large family and add to the prosperity of the community. The surviving children are: Mrs. E.D. Binninger, J.F. Sperbeck and Charles Sperbeck, Browns Valley; Mrs. Frank Dutra, Cordua; Mrs. L.D. Binninger, Summit House; John B. Sperbeck, Mrs. Chester Smith, Mrs. Gordon Tapley and Mrs. Leslie Crook of Marysville. - In addition to the foregoing chilcren <sic> Mrs. Sperbeck left twenty-seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. - Mrs. Sperbeck was a most estimable woman. For more than fifty years she had lived in the foothill region and was highly regarded by all who knew her. The traveling public, her neighbors and all who came into contact with her considered her one of the best characters they had met. She considered the welfare of her family above everything else and was devoted to her children to the last.
SPERBECK, RUTH ANN
Marysville Appeal-Democrat-February 20, 1939-MOURN FOR INFANT-Mourners for Ruth Ann SPERBECK, infant daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Lloyd Sperbeck, Browns Valley, gathered Monday afternoon to pay final tribute in the Lipp & Sullivan chapel, where the rev. Bernard McElwee conducted last rites. Pallbearers were, Harold, John and Dick Sperbeck, and Donald Benton. Burial was made in the family plot at the Browns Valley cemetery. The child, who was 6 months old, is survived by a brother, Francis Lloyd Sperbeck, in addition to her parents.
SPERRY, JAMES L.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/4/1902, p1 - Death of James L. Sperry. - Father of W. F. Sperry Passes Away at Oakland Yesterday. - James L. Sperry, a prominent resident of the State, died at Oakland yesterday. - The deceased, who was the father of W. F. Sperry of this city, was 61 years of age. Up to a few years ago he was the owner of the Giant Sequoia grove in Calaveras county, which he had recently sold to eastern people for a sum approximating $100,000. - The deceased has visited this city on several occasions since his son became associated with the Sperry Flour Company as manager of the local mills. - The interment will take place at Stockton.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 11/21/1909, p8 - Old Resident Is Victim Of Death - Calvin Spillman Succumbs To The Infirmities Of Old Age - Calvin Spillman, whose critical illness was mentioned in last evening's Democrat, died at his home shortly before 10 o'clock last night. About four days ago deceased was stricken with inflammation of the bowels, and later dropsy developed. - Deceased was a native of Kentucky, aged 72 years, 3 months and 24 days, and had resided in Yuba county for over fifty years. He leaves a wife and two daughters, Mrs. Elmira Henderson of Woodland and Mrs. Lottie Maseman of this city, and five sons, J. C., W. H., H. G., Alonzo and Carl Spillman, all of this city. - He had followed the occupation of blacksmith and engineer, and at the time he was taken ill was employed in running the engine of the packing house in this city. He was an honest and upright citizen, and his taking away will be regretted by a large number of relatives and friends. - The funeral services will be held at the late residence, 106 Third street, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, and interment will take place in the Yuba City cemetery. Kelly Bros. will conduct the funeral.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 11/22/1909, p1 - Respected Resident Laid In The Tomb - Funeral services over the remains of the late Cal Spillman were held Sunday afternoon from his late home on Third street, the remains being consigned to a grave in the Yuba City cemetery. Rev. W. C. Robins, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church officiated at the home and grave, Undertaker Kelly having the funeral arrangements in charge. The following gentlemen acted as pallbearers: S. D. Johnson, Charles Delay, B. L. Gregory, Phil J. Divver, W. Farley and J. M. Morrissey. A number of friends attended the services and followed the remains to their last resting place.
SPILMAN (Spillman) Col. B. R.
Daily Appeal – 10/16/1888- DEATHS – Near Pennington, Sutter county, October 14th, Col. B. R. Spillman, aged 73 years, 11 months and 8 days. (Note: Although shown as Spillman in the Daily Appeal articles, the name is correctly spelled Spilman.) (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 10/16/1888 – A Pioneer Resident Gone – Col. B. R. Spillman, of Pennington, died at his home late on Sunday evening, after a lingering illness, at the advanced age of 74 years. The deceased came to California with the pioneers and located in the foothills of Yuba county, where he remained for a number of years , serving as a representative in the Legislature one term. About 25 years ago he moved with his then young family to his present home. He served one term in the Legislature from Sutter county and was subsequently beaten by the present Senator A. L. Chandler. The deceased was a Democrat in politics. He was much respected by all those with whom he came in contact. During his last years he remained most of the time at his home. His wife and five children, four sons and one daughter, all married, survive him. The funeral will occur from his late residence this afternoon at 1 o’clock. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 10/17/1888 – Funeral of B.R. Spillman – The funeral of the late Col. B.R. Spillman took place at Pennington yesterday and was largely attended. The pallbearers were B.F. Stephenson, E.M. Bragg, R.K. Stephenson, E.J. Howard and C.E. Wilcoxon. (B. S.)
From the Oakland Tribune – 1/01/1939 – Excerpts from “The Knave” - On the passing of William T. Spilman, son of B.R. Spillman – “From one close to him I get this”- “His father, Colonel B. R. Spilman, came from Kentucky in 1850 and went into the hotel business at Strawberry Valley. The hotel was the Columbus House, and part of it is still standing and called by that name.” – “Then, from a granddaughter of Spilman” – “Those were stirring times in the early ‘50s’. Grandfather was a tall, commanding Kentuckian. When parades were held in Strawberry, he stood near our Flag with his hand on his holster, in case any man refused to walk beneath it. And he meant it. Hot headed? Yes’ But those were the kind who made our great California.” (B. S.)
NOTE: In the 1860 census B. R. Spilman is shown as a Hotel Keeper, as well as Joseph F. Edmonds. It is clear from the Mountain Messenger, in an article from 1862, that Jenkins and Wheeler purchased Columbus house from J.F. Edmonds in 1862 and that Edmonds had been proprietor for the 4 years preceding the sale. J. F. Edmonds had married B. R. and Margaret Spilman’s daughter in July of 1857 and it appears likely that B. R. Spilman and J. F. Edmonds were operating the hotel jointly at the time. From the San Francisco Daily Globe – 8/03/1857 – Married – On the 29th ult., at Strawberry Valley, O. F. (J. F.) Edmonds, and Mary C. Spilman. NOTE: B. R. Spilman was State Assemblyman for the 15th district 1858-1859. (B. S.)
Sacramento Daily Union - 7/7/1876 - Died: Marysville, July 2 - Paul Spon, 48 years.
North San Juan Daily Times – 3/13/1875, Pg. 2 – DIED – At Oregon Hill, Yuba county, March 7, 1875, Mrs. Jane Sponable, aged 45 years and 4 days. (B. S.)
SPRAGUE, MRS. HARRY A.
Appeal Democrat – 3/14/1945 Pg. 9 – Mrs. Sprague Dies – Mrs. Harry Sprague, a native of Marysville and daughter of the late James and Annie Hagerty died suddenly Monday evening at her home in Dunsmuir. She is survived by her husband, Harry A. Sprague, two sons, George of Dunsmuir, and Harry of Bakersfield, and sisters, Mrs. Grace Baker of Sacramento, Mrs. Francis Walker, Mrs. Richard Anderson of Chico, Mrs. Katherine Russell of Marysville, and a brother George Hagerty of Marysville. Funeral services will be held in Sacramento Saturday. Mrs. Sprague was a member of a Marysville long-established family and received her early education in the schools of this city. (B. S.)
SPRATT, WILLIAM HOWARD
Appeal Democrat - Services are scheduled Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Chapel of the Twin Cities for William Howard Spratt of Yuba City who died Jan. 30, 1992, at Rideout Emergency Center. He was 86. - A Yuba-Sutter area resident for 58 years, he had been a roofer for 50 years, retiring after working for Meyers Roofing Service and Perma Tite Roofing. - He was a member of Roofers Union Local 175 of Auburn and the Twin Cities' Rod & Gun Club of Yuba City. He was a native of Lewiston, Idaho. - Survivors include a son, Harry Spratt of North Highlands; a daughter, Patricia A. Schweickert of San Jose; a brother, Roy Spratt of Live Oak; a sister, Hattie Sabiron of Santa Barbara; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. - The Rev. Robert D. Hooper of the Yuba City Church of the Nazarene will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery. - Visitation will be Monday from 3 to 8 p.m. at the funeral chapel.
Evening Democrat - Sat 5/23/1908, p1 - Shoots Himself While Insane - Had Been Acting Queerly For The Past Two Weeks - Harvey Springer of Yuba City, the well known carpenter, shot and killed himself today at the home of his son-in-law, Will Gray, who lives near Yuba City. Mr. Springer had been in poor health for some time and a few weeks ago was found wandering around in an aimless manner and taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Will Gray. - Deceased was a man of quiet unassuming manner and had many friends who will regret his death. He leaves one son, Francis Springer, of Yuba City, and two daughters, Mrs. Will Gray and Mrs. Fritz Baun. - At the time of going to press no further particulars could be learned.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/24/1914, p4 - Civil War Veteran Found Dead in Chair - Dunham Srackengast Was Well Known and One of Oldest Citizens of City - Entering the room occupied by Dunham Srackengast, a veteran of the Civil War and one of the oldest citizens of the city, in the National Hotel, Sunday night, the clerk found him sitting in a chair dead. Death was due to acute heart disease. He was born in Ohio 69 years ago. - Srackengast served as a private under Captain Vancis of Company G 2nd Regiment Ohio Artillery Volunteers, in which he enrolled August 8, 1863. He was given an honorable discharge August 23, 1865. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of Kelly Brothers. Interment will be made in the G.A.R. plot of the city cemetery. The local post of the G.A.R. will conduct services.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Mon 8/26/1901, p4 - Death of Mrs. Staas - A Young Wife Expires While Undergoing a Surgical Operation - Mrs. Emma Staas, beloved wife of August Staas of Meridian, Sutter county, died in San Francisco Saturday at the German Hospital, while undergoing an operation for appendicitis. Deceased was 29 years of age, and was highly respected by the people of the community in which she resided. - Undertaker A. B. Hopkins and the bereaved husband returned from San Francisco on the Knights Landing train last evening with the remains. - The funeral will take place from the M. E. church of Meridian at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning. Interment, Meridian cemetery.
STAAS, NELLIE CORA
STAFFORD, J. B.
Daily Appeal - 11/29/1898, p1 - Another Pioneer Gone - J. B. Stafford passed away at his home in Yuba City Saturday night, after an illness of several weeks resulting from chronic kidney complaint. - Deceased was a native of Ohio and was aged 71 years, 4 months and 15 days. - Mr. Stafford was one of the pioneer residents of this section, having settled in Butte county in 1849, after a trip across the plains. He has made his home in Yuba City for a number of years, being engaged in the hotel business at one time and afterwards following his trade, that of a cobbler. - Besides his wife he leaves a sister in Springfield, Ill., to mourn his loss. - Deceased was a member of a Masonic lodge at Joliet, Ill., and also belonged to Fidelia Chapter, No. 56, O.E.S. of Yuba City. - The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the M. E. Church South, under the auspices of Fidelia Chapter, O.E.S., Rev. E. E. Dodge officiated at the church and Rev. McHenry delivered the final prayer at the cemetery, where the casket containing the remains was placed in a vault to await shipment to Aurora, Ill., where the final interment will be made. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers: J. E. Orr, M. E. Sanborn, L. H. Woodworth, B. Schillig, D. D. Green and O. Moncur.
Marysville Herald - Sat 4/12/1851, p2 - The Gov. Dana, Capt. Barrell, arrived at about 5 o'clock. No news of particular interest. The Steamer Isthmus arrived on Wednesday from Panama after a twenty-five days passage. The Sarah Sands has also arrived. - Lewis Amedee Percy, a passenger from Havana, B. Woolf, from New Orleans, and Job Stafford, from Ann Arbor, Michigan, died on board during the passage.
STAGNER, LEEORA MAY
Marysville Weekly Appeal - Fri 12/3/1880, p1 - Died: In Wheatland, November 25th, Leeora May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stagner, aged 3 months and 3 days.
STAKEM, BRIDGET THERESA
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/4/1879 - Died: In this city, January 31, Bridget Theresa Stakem, aged 45 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, corner Fourth and I streets, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and move to St. Joseph's Cathedral where services will be held.
Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nevada) May 11, 1948 - Frank Stall Body Found - Inquiry Demanded by Relatives - Relatives of Frank W. Stall, 78 year old mining executive, said yesterday in Sacramento they would demand a full investigation of his disappearance and death. - Mr. Stall's body was found near Chico, Cal. Saturday. He had been missing since Dec. 8 when he went on a quail hunt in the Richardson Springs area. - Alpha Filcher, Stall's niece, declared the family had been fearful "all along that he met with foul play." - Mr. Stall, widely known throughout Nevada, was the object of an area wide air and ground search immediately following his disappearance, and relatives continued the search even after law enforcement agencies gave up. - His body was discovered in the top of a fallen tree by two fishermen. The body showed no marks of external violence. - Authorities theorized that Mr. Stall had fallen into Big Chico creek in attempting to cross it while it was swollen with rain waters last December. - A broken leg suffered in a mine cave-in in Nevada more than 35 years ago provided the most positive identification. - The leg was treated at Stanford-Lane hospital in San Francisco and the fracture was pulled together with a silver staple. An identical fracture and staple were found on the body discovered Saturday. The body was unclothed, apparently by action of the swift flowing waters of the creek. - Mr. Stall, a native of Marysville, Calif., became interested in mining when he participated in the Yukon gold rush in 1901. He returned to California in 1905, and shortly thereafter came to Nevada. - He was one of the first men to prospect the Santa Rosa mountain range in northern Humboldt county, and in 1906 discovered the rich National gold mine near McDermott. It was there he received the broken leg which led to he identification 35 years later. - Funeral services will be conducted in Sacramento at 2 p.m. Thursday from the Clark-Booth-Yardley funeral home. Interment will be in the family plot in the Sacramento Masonic lawn cemetery. (Frank William Stall was born 25 Dec. 1868 in Marysville and his death certificate gives his death date as May 8, 1948. His parents were James Peters Stall and Harriet P. (Williams) Lehman Stall. He had one brother George Edward Stall and one sister Grace Genevieve Stall. His half brother was William Henry Lehman and his half sister was Mary Elizabeth (Lehman) Filcher. He did not marry. Transcribed & submitted by Mary Thomas.)
Nevada State Journal, Thursday, March 28, 1946 page 3 - Death Summons Genevieve Stall - Winnemucca, March 27. (Special)--Mrs. Genevieve Stall, well known resident of Humboldt county for many years, died at the ranch home of her niece, Mrs. Garley Amos, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Stall had been in failing health for several years. - Born in Marysville, April 16, 1877, Mrs. Stall came to Humboldt county in 1918 with her husband, the late George Stall, owner, with his brother, Frank Stall, of the National mine. Mr. Stall later became interested in the Diamond S ranch, near Golconda, where they made their home for many years. - Mrs. Stall continued the operation of the ranching property until 1942, when she disposed of her interests and moved to Marysville, Calif. where she made her home with her aunt, Miss Mary Tyrell. Mrs. Stall returned here in February to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Amos at their ranch 30 miles southwest of Winnemucca. - Survivors are two nieces, Mrs. Garley Amos of Winnemucca and Mary Jane Cornforth of San Francisco; a nephew, Harold Cornforth of Winnemucca; and a great aunt, Miss Mary Tyrell of Marysville, Calif. - The body was accompanied to Sacramento for interment in the family plot. (Her maiden name was Crane and she was the daughter of Frank B. Crane and Ann Tyrell. She is buried in the Masonic Cemetery in Sacramento. She and her husband had one child, Maryanna Stall, who died young. Transcribed & submitted by Mary Thomas.)
STALL, HARRIET P.
STALL, JAMES PETERS
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/21/1916, p1 - Dreams of Youth and Old Age Shattered for Third Time by Unkind Hand of Grim Reaper - Death has parted an aged couple in the Yuba County hospital, who through sickness have for the past several years been unable to carry out their matrimonial intentions, in the death of Miss Emma Stammer, who died at that institution Friday morning. The deceased was 80 years of age and was a native of England. She was a former resident of Strawberry Valley, but has been in the county infirmary for some time. Only recently she contracted pneumonia which resulted in her death today. - There is a peculiar incident connected with this aged woman, mention of which has been made before. Miss Stammer and Charles Prindle, an aged man also confined in the county infirmary, have been close friends for many years. Several years ago while residing at Strawberry Valley they made preparations to be united in marriage, but one of them was siuddenly [sic] stricken ill and the marriage had to be postponed. Later after the recovery from sickness, preparations were once more made for the wedding, with the result that the hand of fate again stepped in and prevented the marriage, the other one being suddenly stricken ill. - Later both the man and woman, after much privation and suffering, were removed to the Yuba County hospital, where they have since been confined. About a year ago Miss Stammer and Mr. Prindle told Steward Bell that they desired to be married, and all arrangements were made for the third attempt to have the nuptial knot tied. Miss Stammer had a plain but neat wedding dress made, and everything was in readiness, both of the aged couple being in good health and the best of spirits and believing that at last they would enjoy knowing that they were man and wife, when just a day before the ceremony one of them was again taken suddenly ill and the marriage postponed for the third time. - Now when they again hoped to be able to be united in marriage, death has stepped in and forever parted them in this world. The old man expressed much grief over the loss of his aged friend. Funeral of Miss Stammer will be held Sunday, and interment made in the city cemetery under the direction of R. E. Bevan & Son.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat. 1/22/1916, p8 - Miss Emma Stammer Dies in Hospital - Miss Emma Stammer, a native of England, aged 80, died at the county hospital, where she had been an inmate for three years, yesterday, following an illness from pneumonia. She was formerly a resident of the Strawberry Valley section of Yuba county. She leaves no relatives in the United States as far as known. - About a year ago it was announced that deceased was to wed Charles Prindle, another inmate of the hospital, but the marriage was postponed because of illness. All arrangements had been made for the affair, even to the setting of a date and the making of a wedding dress by the bride-to-be. They had known each other for many years at Strawberry Valley before the road of fate led them to the hospital. - Arrangements for the funeral are being made by R. E. Bevan & Son.
Sacramento Daily Bee – 1/26/1859 – DEATHS – On the Camptonville road, fifteen miles from Marysville, January 23d, William Stanfield, aged 73 years. (B. S.)
STANIETS, GEORGE C.
Sacramento Bee January 23, 1862 - Died Marysville Jan 21st George C. STANIETS, aged 23yrs, formerly of Boston, Mass. (R.T.)
STANTON, CATHERINE McCARTHY
San Francisco Call - 3/20/1905 - Stanton - In this city, March 17, 1905, at her residence, 141 Dore street, Catherine Stanton, dearly beloved wife of William E. Stanton, and loving mother of William T. and the late Edward J. Stanton, and daughter of the late Michael and Mary McCarthy, and devoted sister of Michael, John and Margaret McCarthy, and Mrs. W. King, a native of Smartsville, Yuba County, Cal. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m., from her late residence, 141 Dore street, off Folsom, between Ninth and Tenth, thence to St. Joseph's church, Tenth and Howard streets, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
STANTON, LUCILLE ISABELLE
Appeal Democrat - Wed 1/25/1956, p8 - Obituaries: Mrs. Lucille Isabelle Stanton, 48, of Yuba City died in a Yuba City hospital today following a lengthy illness. - She was a resident of Yuba City 11 years and was a secretary at Yuba City Union High school for the past several years. - She was born in James, Iowa. She is survived by her husband, Harry of Yuba City; father, Edward R. Bradstreet of Yuba City; three sisters, Mrs. L. E. Klatt of Chicago; Mrs. Fred Seiber of Ft. Wayne, Ind. and Mrs. Evelyn Moss of Souix [sic] City, Iowa; and a brother, Russell Bradstreet of Souix [sic] City. - Her mother, Mrs. Isabelle Bradstreet, died in October, 1953. - Funeral services under the direction of Ullrey Memorial chapel will be held at the First Methodist church of Yuba City Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Howard Daulton will officiate.
STANWOOD, MRS. RICHARD D.
Sacramento Evening Bee - December 13, 1905 - Marysville, December 13 – As the result of a second stroke of paralysis, the first coming last April, Mrs. Richard D. STANWOOD, a well-known resident of this city, died suddenly at 11:30 o’clock last night at the family home on 5th Street. As Mrs. Stanwood seemed to be on the way to recovery and as she was unusually bright and active yesterday her sudden passing came as a shock to relatives and friends. - Mrs. Stanwood resided in Marysville for over 40 years, coming here from her native city of Kingston, N.Y. in 1863. As Miss Ella BALL she taught school in Yuba County and in this city several terms. In 1865 she was married to R.D. STANWOOD. A son Edward STANWOOD, an attorney of this city and a daughter Miss Bessie STANWOOD who is a teacher (rest of article cut off). (R.T.)
STARKS, BLANCHE GARMIRE
Chico Enterprise Record - 3/6/1967 - Blanche G. Starks - Marysville - Blanche Garmire Starks of Marysville died yesterday in a Chico hospital. She was 86 years old. She was born Nov. 1, 1880 in Lagrange, Indiana, and came to the Imperial valley of California in 1907. She lived in Orland from 1923-1952, and in Marysville since 1944. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Oliver H. Eriksen of Chico; two sons, D. Lowell Starks of Marysville, and Jay S. Starks of Willows; and a granddaughter, Suellen Starks of Chico. Funeral services are pending at the Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Home of Marysville.
Oakland Tribune – January 9, 1939 – Funeral Notices – Starr – In Berkeley, January 7, 1939, Lon A., husband of Bernice B. Starr, father of Nancy Starr, son of Mrs. John Bean, brother of Weston O. Starr; a native of California. A farewell service to which friends are invited will be held Tuesday morning , January 10, at 10 o’clock in the Little Chapel of the Flowers ( Hull and Durgin ), Adeline Street at Ashby Station, Berkeley. (B.S.)
STEEL, HAZEL ANNABEL
Appeal Democrat - Mon 2/26/1973, p4 - Obituaries: Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Yuba-Sutter Mortuary for Hazel Annabel Steel, 58, of Sacramento, who died Friday at Sutter County General Hospital. - She is survived by six sons, Thomas, Lloyd, Kenneth, James, Emery and Melvin; three daughters, Josephine Hollis, Darlene Mathers and Julie Steel; two brothers, Ollie Wideman and Wesley Wideman; and 20 grandchildren. - Graveside services and burial will be at Sutter Cemetery. Services will be conducted by Pastor Andrew Rahn of the Faith Tabernacle in Yuba City.
Sacramento Daily Bee – 9/19/1867 – Deaths – In Timbuctoo, Yuba county, Sept 7th, James Sherwood Steel, in his 28th year. (B. S.)
STEELE, ALVEY LOUIS MOONMANAppeal-Democrat – 10/20/1995, p. C-2 – Alvey L.M. Steele – Alvey Louis Moonman Steele, 42, of Marysville, died Oct. 18, 1995, at his residence. – Born in Yuba City, he grew up in Grass Valley and later moved to Marysville, where he worked as a heavy equipment operator. – Survivors include his wife, Kenne Steele of Marysville; a son, Nathan Mann of Yuba City; a daughter, Megan Steele of Carson City, Nev.; his mother, Margaret M. Lemley of Marysville; four brothers, James L. Potts and Rodger Steele, both of Oroville, Fred Steele Jr. of Ione and Aaron Mantyla of Marysville; eight sisters, Donna Marie Potts and Patti Patterson, both of Marysville, Charlotte Welch of Browns Valley, Roberta Hostetler and Juanita Miller, both of Ketchikan, Alaska, Justine Brooks of Texas, Alisa Steele Johnson of Sacramento and Josephine Merenda of Grass Valley; and two grandchildren. – In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society. – Services: A graveside service is scheduled at 2 p.m. today at a family cemetery in Rackerby. Arrangements are under the direction of Hutchison and Carnes Colonial Chapel.
STEGMERE, MARION MONTGOMERY
STEINKAMP, JOHN PETERAppeal-Democrat – 08/06/1937, p. 2 – John Steinkamp, 80, Long a Yuban, Is Called by Death – John Steinkamp, 80, who was born in California and lived in the vicinity of Yuba county most of his life, died Friday morning shortly after entering a local hospital. The early part of his life was spent in the Timbuctoo region. For the past 12 years he had resided at 11th and J streets. – Surviving him are a daughter, Mrs. Frank O’Lando of Fresno and a sister in Oroville. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Lipp & Sullivan.
Sacramento Daily Union - 8/28/1865 - Died: In Smartsville, Yuba county, August 24th, Thomas Stephens, aged 62 years.
Marysville Herald - 12/17/1850, p3 - Died: At Nevada City, on Saturday the 7th of December, 1850, of Typhoid fever, Mr. Jerry Stevens, of Syracuse, N.Y., after a short illness of 6 days, aged 43 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/22/1895, p1 - Death of John Stevens - John Stevens, father of Mrs. William McPherrin of Sutter City, died at his home on Wednesday evening. - The deceased was a native of New Jersey, and at the time of his death was over four score years. He came to California in 1855, and followed mining in Butte county up to 1860, when he moved to Sutter county where he has since resided. He leaves a wife, four sons and two daughters to mourn his loss. - The funeral will take place from the M. E. church in Sutter City, this morning at 11 o'clock. Interment at the Sutter City cemetery.
STEVENS, JOHN F.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/22/1895, p4 - Died: In Sutter City, March 20th, John F. Stevens, a native of New Jersey, aged 81 years, 8 months and 9 days. - The funeral [will] take place from the M.E. church at Sutter City this morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, Sutter City cemetery.
STEVENS, WILLIAM H.
Marysville Democrat - 3/25/1925, p8 - William H. Stevens died this morning at his home in this city at the age of 82 years. He was a native of New Jersey and served during the Civil War in the New Jersey Engineers. The remains are at the Bevan-Bricker Funeral Home and funeral announcements will be made later. No relatives of the deceased veteran have been located as yet.
Marysville Appeal - 3/26/1925, p6 - Civil War Veteran Passes at Age of 82. - William H. Stephens, 82 years old, passed away at his home in Marysville yesterday leaving no relatives so far as it has been possible to learn. Stevens was a native of New Jersey and was a member of the New Jersey engineers during the civil war. The Bevan-Bricker funeral home is making plans for the funeral.
Marysville Democrat - 3/28/1925, p5 - William H. Stevens Was Civil War Veteran - William H. Stevens, who died at the county hospital here this week, was a veteran of the Civil war, it was learned yesterday. Funeral services were held this afternoon in the Old Soldiers' section of the Marysville cemetery with Rev. J. H. Westervelt officiating.
STEVENSON, JAMES H.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/6/1864, p2 - Died: In this city, Oct. 5th, James H. Stevenson, aged 34 years and 11 months. - Funeral will take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon, from his late residence, Orleans Hotel, C street. The friends of the deceased are invited to attend.
Daily Democrat - 1/22/1900, p8 - Death of John Stevenson - Another Landmark Answers the Summons and Joins the Silent Majority - After long hours of unconsciousness, resultant of the stroke of apoplexy which visited him last Wednesday night, John Stevenson breathed his last at the family residence on Second street at 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening. His passing was painless. Once or twice during his illness he seemed to recognize the members of his family who waited on him, and on these occasions, brief though they were, he gave signs of being resigned to his fate. In his demise the community has lost a good citizen and business man, and his family a kind and indulgent father. He had interests which afforded employment for many of the laboring class, and these, too, will greatly miss him. - John Stevenson was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 8, 1825, and was, therefore, nearing the 75th year of his age when the end came. He was the son of James and Catharine (Sponogle) Stevenson, natives of Pennsylvania. At the age of twenty years he engaged in business for himself, running a line of omnibuses from Cincinnati to Fulton, Ohio. At that time troops were being recruited and drilled at the latter place for the Mexican War. - In 1849 he ran a daily line of stages to Dayton in the same State and also transported passengers and mail to Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1852 he embarked for California, coming by way of the Isthmus of Panama and arriving in San Francisco in July of that year. He immediately began mining on the principal rivers, meeting with fair success. In 1856 he built a mining canal from the South fork of the Feather river to Mooreville, twelve miles in length, and costing about $100,000, he being the principal owner. From that time to his death he was engaged in various pursuits. Of late the wood and coal business and his farming interests in the vicinity of this city engaged his attention. - He was an active Odd Fellow from 1847, when he joined Fulton lodge No. 112 of Cincinnati and at the time of his death he was a member in good standing of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F. of this city. The flag of the latter society floats at half mast in respect to his memory. - In 1870 he was married to Nicomedes Botillen and was the father of seventeen children, only three of whom are living: Catalina (Mrs. W. L. Vance), Charles and Hazel; also his step-daughter Elisa (Mrs. Horace H. Walling of Placerville) to whom he was a kind and loving father from her infancy. - The funeral services will be conducted in I.O.O.F. Hall Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock under the auspices of Oriental Lodge. The remains will lie in state from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The burial will be in the family plot City cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 1/23/1900, p1 - John Stevenson Dead - Passing of Another of Our Pioneer Citizens to Great Beyond - John Stevenson, a pioneer resident of this city, who was stricken with apoplexy at 2 o'clock last Wednesday morning, and whose right side was entirely paralyzed, died at 8:30 Sunday evening at his residence, No. 220 Second street, without regaining consciousness. - The attending physician had held out no hope for his recovery since the fatal attack. His devoted wife and the other members of the family were at his bedside when his spirit passed away. - Mr. Stevenson was born at Cincinnati, Ohio, on May 8, 1825, being the son of James and Catharine (Spanogle) Stevenson, natives of Pennsylvania. His father was a contractor and builder. - In 1846, when twenty years of age, the deceased ran a line of omnibuses from Cincinnati to Fulton, Ohio, where the soldiers were drilling and preparing for the Mexican War. In 1849 he operated a daily line of stages to Dayton, also one to Indianapolis, Indiana, carrying the United States Mail. - In 1852 he departed from the scenes of his eastern activities for California coming by the way of Panama, arriving at San Francisco in July of the same year. He immediately began mining on the principal rivers, meeting with fair success and in 1856 built a mining canal from the South Fork of the Feather river to Mooresville, twelve miles in length and costing about $100,000, he being the principal owner. From that time he has been engaged in various pursuits in this city, latterly carrying on a wood and coal yard as well as farming the old McCoy ranch. Deceased owned several parcels of realty east and north of this city, as well as considerable property in this city, including the Stevenson row on C street, facing Cortez square. - The deceased pioneer was married in 1870, being the father of a large number of children, only three of whom are living, Mrs. Willett L. Vance and Charles and Hazel Stevenson. Mrs. H. H. Walling of Placerville, El Dorado county, is a step-daughter. - The deceased had been a member of the Odd Fellows since 1847, when he joined Fuller Lodge, No. 112, at Cincinnati, Ohio, and was a member in good standing of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F., at the time of his death. - During his long residence in this city he made many friends. He at all times led an active life and attended closely in his various business affairs. By his death an old land mark has been removed. - The bereaved wife and other members of his family have the sympathy of their many friends. - The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock under the auspices of Oriental Lodge. The remains will lie in state at the Odd Fellows Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at which time the services will be held. The interment will take place in the family plot, city cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 1/23/1900, p4 - DIED: At his residence in this city, January 21st, John Stevenson, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, aged 74 years, 8 months and 14 days. - The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Odd Fellows' Hall, under the auspices of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F. Interment in the family plot City cemetery.
Daily Appeal - 1/24/1900, p4 - FUNERAL NOTICE: The officers and members of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, I.O.O.F., are hereby notified to meet at their Hall Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, sharp, for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, John Stevenson. - Members of Yuba Lodge No. 5, Yuba City Lodge No. 185, and all sojourning brethren are invited to attend. By order of F. W. Schutz, N.G., F. H. Day, Sec.
Daily Democrat - 1/24/1900, p5 - Funeral of John Stevenson - Last Marks of Respect Paid the Memory of an Old Citizen - The funeral of the late John Stevenson took place from the I.O.O.F. Hall at 2 o'clock this afternoon, under the auspices of Oriental Lodge, No. 45, and was largely attended. The remains were lying in state from 10 a.m. until the hour for the services, which were conducted by Peter Engel acting as Noble Grand and Wallace Dinsmore acting as Chaplain. - At the conclusion of the ceremonies the members of the lodge and the assembled friends of deceased filed past the casket and viewed the remains for the last time. Among the floral tributes of friends and relatives, which were conspicuous at the bier, were a cross with the word "Rest" at the base, a pillow with the word "Father" in violets and a large piece, "Gates Ajar." - When the lodge members had formed in line in front of the hearse, the cortege proceeded to the City cemetery, where the services were concluded. The burial took place in the family plot. - During the services in the hall and at the grave the following choir rendered appropriate selections: Mrs. J. H. Shaffer, Mrs. F. E. Smith, H. L. Browne and Clark Standiford. - The pall-bearers were: Charles Lucas, P. Brannan, Jacob Schimpf, R. G. Stanwood, J. C. White, Gotlieb Sieber, Hugh McGuire and John O. Bradley.
STEVENSON, MARY ROSE
Marysville Daily Appeal - 4/19/1877, p2 - Died - In this city, April 18th, Mary Rose, infant daughter of John and N. Stevenson, aged 2 years, 1 month and 12 days. - Funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence of the parents. Friends and acquaintances are respectively invited.
Alta California January 11, 1858 - Died Marysville Jan 7th Alexander STEWARD. (R.T.)
STEWARD, JOHN L.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/22/1895, p1 - Death of John L. Steward - He Passed Away a Little Before Midnight - John L. Steward, the well-known liquor merchant, died at his residence in this city at 11:43 last night. He has been in poor health for the past twelve months, but came down to his store for a few hours yesterday, and feeling very weak he returned home. He died in his chair, surrounded by those he loved best on earth. - The deceased was born in Monmouth county, New Jersey, on September 28, 1829, and came to California in those days when men from all portions of the earth flocked to the golden State. He arrived in Marysville in 1852, and for several years did considerable freighting between Marysville and Virginia City. He was in the employment for some years of the California Stage Company, and attended to their fast freight. He was later engaged in the water business in those early days, when men earned a comfortable livelihood selling water to our citizens, before the Marysville Water Company was established. - He became a partner of Fred Buttelman in the well-known liquor store on Second street, and after his death became the sole proprietor. - Mr. Steward was a most honorable man in all his dealings with the public, and was much respected by all classes of citizens. He was a fond husband, a kind father and a generous friend, and leaves to his children an honorable record. - A wife, four sons and three daughters are left to mourn his loss. - He has suffered for some time from Bright's disease but he was such a martyr to his business that he remained at his post of duty until the last. - His death will cause regret among his many friends.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 3/22/1895, p4 - Died: In this city, March 21st, John L. Steward, a native of Monmouth, New Jersey, aged 65 years. (San Francisco and Eastern papers please copy.)
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/21/1909, p1 - Will Steward Funeral - The body of Will Steward, who, as told in The Appeal, died at Heto, Hawaii, arrived here last night and the funeral will be held today at 10 o'clock from the R. E. Bevan undertaking parlors. The funeral will be private.
Daily Alta California - 3/27/1863 - Masonic Burial - The late Abraham Stewart, of Timbuctoo, was buried by the Masonic Lodges of Marysville, Rose's Bar, and Rough and Ready, in the former place, on Monday.
Sacramento Daily Union - 1/1/1875 - Notable Events: July 1 , John Stewart drowned himself at Timbuctoo.
STEWART, WEALTHY A.
Sacramento Daily Union - 10/6/1862 - Died: In Timbuctoo, Yuba county, Oct. 2d, Wealthy A., wife of Wm. Stewart, aged 21 years, 1 month and 6 days.
Daily Bee – 11/08/1862, Pg. 2 – DEATHS – At Timbuctoo, Nov. 5th, Wm. Stewart, aged 24 years, 8 months and 20days. (B. S.)
STICKLING, HENRY ( Strickland, Crickland )
Marysville Appeal - 17/1917 - p. 4 - FORMER STRAWBERRY VALLEY RESIDENT DIES - Henry Strickland, aged 89 years, who died yesterday at the home of Mrs. Driscoll on F street, will be buried this afternoon from St. Joseph's Catholic church. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros. - Strickland formerly was a resident of Strawberry Valley. (B.S.)
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/17/1917, p. 7 - AGED LABORER IS DEAD - Henry Crickland <sic>, and aged laborer of Yuba County, died at the home of Mrs. Driscoll on F street, yesterday. Strickland was 89 years of age, and had spent a great many years of his life in this county. He was formerly a resident of Strawberry Valley. - Services will be held from St. Joseph's Catholic church this afternoon. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros. (B.S.)
Daily Appeal – 12//13/1907, Pg. 1 – Pioneer Strawberry Valley Woman Is Dead – Mrs. Mary Stickling, who has been a resident of Strawberry Valley for nearly half a century, died yesterday in the county hospital, to which institution she and her aged husband, Henry Stickling, had come to spend the winter. The pioneer woman was a native of County Donnegal, Ireland, and was 80 years, 11 months and 17 days old. She had lived at Strawberry Valley for forty-five years. The body is at Kelly Brothers’ undertaking parlors. Arrangements for the funeral have not been made. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 12/14/1907, Pg. 5 – Funeral of Mrs. Stickling – The funeral of Mrs. Strickling (Stickling) will take place from the undertaking parlors this Saturday morning at 8:45, thence to St. Joseph’s church, where requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9 o’clock. The interment will take place in the Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Brice and Mrs. Burns of Strawberry Valley are sisters of the deceased. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 12/14/1907, Pg. 5 – Funeral of Mrs. Stickling – The funeral of Mrs. Strickling (Stickling) will take place from the undertaking parlors this Saturday morning at 8:45, thence to St. Joseph’s church, where requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9 o’clock. The interment will take place in the Strawberry Valley Cemetery. (B.S.)
San Francisco Call - 5/16/1898 - Affray at Smartsville - Two Men Quarrel and One is Slain by a Bullet - Marysville, May 15. - Charles Sanders and Joseph Stiedel engaged in a fight this evening at Smartsville, twenty miles east of here. Stiedel slashed Sanders with a knife. Sanders then picked up a rifle and shot Stiedel dead. The cause of the quarrel is not known. Sanders is in custody.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sun 3/31/1878, p2 - Died: In Berling, Michigan, March 17th, Cyrus Stoddard, father of Cyrus Stoddard of Wheatland, aged 92 years.
Sacramento Daily Union - 12/7/1874 - Died: Near Wheatland, Nov. 30 - Frankie, infant son of Joel and Louisa Stoddard, 5 months and 22 days.
STOHLMAN, LOUIS C.
STONE, CHARLES E.
Daily Appeal - Sunday, 12/11/1910, p1 & 4 - Pioneer Physician of Yuba County Passes To Eternity: Doctor Charles E. Stone, Superintendent of the County Hospital, Is Called By the Grim Reaper At the Ripe Old Age of 82 Years-Was A Popular Citizen - Our esteemed pioneer citizen, Dr. Charles E. Stone, died in this city at 9 a.m. yesterday. - Dr. Stone was born in Sharon, Massachusetts, on the 13th day of April, 1828. His family were among the original settlers of the State of Massachusetts and his father was a well known physician and surgeon. At the age of fifteen he went to Pennsylvania, where he received his education. In the spring of 1849 he joined a party of friends (all young men) and started for California, sailing from New York on the brig Wasson, Captain Creary, commanding, on March 15, 1849. - After a long voyage, full of many interesting and hazardous experiences he arrived outside the Golden Gate on the afternoon of November 21, 1849, but on account of a dense fog the ship was compelled to remain outside until the following morning when she entered the bay and docked at the foot of Montgomery street, November 22, 1849. - He spent the winter in San Francisco, but on March 2, 1850, took passage on the propeller Hartford, running between San Francisco and Sacramento. He arrived in Sacramento on the same day, remained over night and on March 3rd left for the Yuba River on the steamboat Lawrence, landing at Eliza, six miles below Marysville, where he remained until March 4th and then came on to Marysville. - Remaining but a day here he left for Owsley's Bar, then the first mining camp on the Yuba river. After a few weeks spent there he moved to Parks Bar and finally to Long Bar. Here he remained until 1864 when he married Caroline Phillips, daughter of Captain Phillips, who came across the plains in 1848. - In 1864 with his bride he moved to Marysville and had been a resident here ever since. - Dr. Stone was Supervisor in 1856 and again in 1886; was Tax Collector of Yuba county from 1864 to 1866; was a member of the State Board of Health during the administration of Governor Haight; Mayor of the City of Marysville in 1876, 1877, 1880 and 1881; was County Physician of Yuba County from 1901 to the time of his death; was a member of the American Medical Association; State Medical Society; Medical Society of Yuba and Sutter counties, and was a life member of the State Society of California Pioneers. He was identified with the Anti-Debris movement. - He was a very prominent Mason, being Past Grand Prelate of the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of California; Past Commander of Marysville Commandery; Past High Priest of Washington Chapter, Royal Arch Masons; Past Venerable Master of Pacific Lodge of Perfection; Past Master of Yuba Lodge Free and Accepted Masons; Past King of Marysville Council; Super Excellent Masters; Hon. 33 degree, Scottish Rite, and for many years was a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. - He was a very active member of the Episcopal church of Marysville and has frequently acted as lay reader. - He leaves a widow, Caroline Stone, and four children, Elmer E. Stone, M. D., Medical Superintendent of the Napa State hospital, Charles C. Stone and Lillian L. Stone of this city, and Mrs. Clarence E. Bragg of Olympia, Washington, and two grandchildren, Miss Crecy L. Stone and Elmer E. Stone, Jr., of Napa. - The remains will be taken to the Masonic hall at nine o'clock Tuesday morning where they will lie in state. Masonic services will be conducted by Yuba Lodge, No. 39, F. & A.M. at 2 p.m. Tuesday, and after these services the remains will be escorted to the Episcopal church, where the church services will be conducted by the Rev. A. L. Mitchell, after which the body will be escorted to the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. On Wednesday the remains will be taken to the Peoria cemetery where a private interment will be had. [photo]
Daily Appeal - 12/14/1910, p1 - Stone Funeral Services Held - The funeral services of Dr. C. E. Stone were held yesterday afternoon. The remains were in state at the Masonic hall from 9:30 o'clock in the morning until 2 o'clock in the afternoon when the Masonic services were conducted by Worthy Master William Loehne. The body was then removed to the St. John's Episcopal church where the church services were conducted by Rev. A. L. Mitchell. A choir rendering several hymns was composed of the following: Mrs. Barry, Mrs. Gilman, Mrs. Sayles, Mrs. Durkee. - The honorary pall bearers were: Messrs. Jusus [sic] Greeley, J. U. Hofstetter, J. F. Eastman, Jas. O'Brien, J. H. Barr and David Powell. Acting pall bearers Messrs. Richard Belcher, William Ellis Jr., J. K. O'Brien, C. C. Rubel, Joseph Durkee, Dunning Rideout, Walter Lewis and J. E. Vanderpool. - The body was then brought to the Bevan funeral parlors from whence it will be shipped to Peoria, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in the Peoria cemetery. - Memorial services will be held in St. John's church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
same page/issue: Pays Tribute To His Friend - James O'Brien of Smartsville, one of the pioneers of Yuba county, a man 79 years of age, but hale and hearty, came to Marysville yesterday to attend the funeral of Dr. Stone. The latter was three years older than Mr. O'Brien. They both came to California in the pioneer days when they were young men and had been warm personal friends since 1853, their friendship covering a period of fifty-seven years. - In speaking of Dr. Stone, Mr. O'Brien said, "He was a man of no duplicity. He called a spade a spade and always gave an honest, open and candid opinion on all public affairs regardless of consequences. He despised sham of any kind and was always honest in his dealings with his fellow men. He was a fair specimen of the rugged young manhood that came to this coast in 1849. But few of them are left."
STONE, EDWIN H.
Daily Bee – 9/05/1861 – DEATHS – At Strawberry Valley, Yuba county, August 29th, Edwin H. Stone, aged 26 years. (B. S.)
STONE, MARY J.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/24/1878, p2 - Died: In this city, March 10th, Mrs. Mary J. Stone, mother of Simon and William Stone, of this city, aged 67 years and 5 months. - Funeral this afternoon from the Episcopal Church at 2 o'clock. Friends invited to attend.
STONE, W. HENRY
Oakland Tribune, Thursday December 7, 1933 Page 29 - DEATHS - STONE - In Oakland, December 5, 1933, W. Henry Stone beloved husband of Flora B. Stone, father of William A and Frank A Stone and Mrs. Eva Costigan of Los Angeles California, a native of Pennsylvania (Marysville and Los Angeles Papers please copy) - Funeral Services will be held in Wheatland, California (Arthur Stout service) - (Transcribed and submitted by Michelle Moore)
STONE, WALTER SOMERS
Marysville Evening Democrat, 3/26/1918, p5 - Died: Stone-In Sacramento, March 24, 1918, Walter Somers, beloved husband of Adele Stone, loving father of Dudley and Douglas Stone, all of Berkeley, beloved brother of Edward Stone and Mrs. Eugenia Stanford of Sacramento, Lewis S. Stone of Stockton, Mrs. Carrie Young of Berkeley, Mrs. Mae Strahler of Yokohama, Japan, and the late Mrs. Ethel Engalls of Salt Lake; a native of Marysville, Cal., aged 62 years.
STRAIN, ELLADemocrat – 01/23/1890 – Died. – STRAIN. – In Marysville township, January 22, 1890, Mrs. Ella Strain, wife of G. Strain, a native of Fort Madison, Iowa, aged 40 years. – Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited at attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of Mrs. Rogers, D street, between Sixth and Seventh; and not from the Church, at 11 o’clock Saturday, January 25th.
Democrat – 01/25/1890 – Funeral of Mrs. Ella Strain. – The funeral of Mrs. Ella Strain, wife of Gawn Strain, took place at 11 o’clock this morning from the residence of Mrs. W. N. Rogers on D street. Rev. J. E. Anderson officiated at the house. The remains were placed in a handsome metallic casket with full ornamental trimmings. The remains were placed in the vault of J. D. McDonald in the city cemetery. The following acted as pall bearers: Mayor P. C. Slattery, Hon. E. A. Davis, Justus Greely, G. Hutchins, W. P. Harkey, J. A. Maben, M. Pierson and W. S. Rogers.
Marysville Democrat - 2/14/1923, p5 - Gawn Strain Will Filed - Gawn Victor Strain, named executor in the will of the late Gawn Strain, who died in San Francisco recently, has petitioned the superior court here for probate of the will. The estate is valued at more than $10,000 and consists of real and personal property in Yuba county. W. H. Carlin is attorney for the peti- [words missing?] filed is dated October 17, 1922. The devisees of the will are Sarah Swift, sister of the deceased in Wheatland; Carrie Mann-Strain, the widow and Gawn Victor Strain, a son in San Francisco and also Wong Coon, Chinese cook of Marysville, who was employed for many years by the deceased on his ranch here.
Daily Appeal - 2/15/1874, p4 - Probate Notice - State of California, County of Yuba, in Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of Isaac Strain, deceased. - On reading and filing the petition of Gawn Strain, the executor of the estate of Isaac Strain, deceased, setting forth that the legacies of said estate have all been paid, that all the debts and expenses of administration have been duly paid, and that the residue of said estate remains to be set apart, and apportioned to Gawn Strain in accordance with the provisions and bequest of the Last Will and Testament of said Isaac Strain, on file in this Court, and praying for an order of distribution of the residue of said estate to himself as the person entitled. - It is ordered, that all persons interested in the estate of the said Isaac Strain, deceased, be, and appear before the Probate Court, of the county of Yuba, at the Courtroom of said Court, in the Court House, in the city of Marysville, county of Yuba, State of California, on Tuesday the Seventeenth day of March, A.D. 1874, at 10 o'clock a.m., of that day, then and there to show cause why an order of distribution should not be made of the residue of said estate to Gawn Strain, according to law. - It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four successive weeks, ten days before the 17th of March A.D. 1874, the Marysville Daily Appeal, a newspaper printed and published in said county of Yuba. S. M. Bliss, Probate Judge, (L.S.) Attest: E. E. Meek, Clerk Dated February 3d, 1874.
STRATTON, GEORGE D.
Sacramento Evening Bee - November 28, 1905 - G. D. STRATTON DEAD - Marysville, November 28 – George D. STRATTON, who at one time was Southern Pacific roadmaster in this division, with headquarters in Marysville, died in San Francisco a few days ago in this thirty-fifth year. He was a graduate of Stanford University, a native of New Jersey, and a married man. He made some close friends during his stay in this city who deeply regret his passing. (R.T.)
Marysville Appeal - 1/17/1917 - p. 4 - FORMER STRAWBERRY VALLEY RESIDENT DIES - Henry Strickland, aged 89 years, who died yesterday at the home of Mrs. Driscoll on F street, will be buried this afternoon from St. Joseph's Catholic church. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros. - Strickland formerly was a resident of Strawberry Valley.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/17/1917, p. 7 - AGED LABORER IS DEAD - Henry Crickland <sic>, and aged laborer of Yuba County, died at the home of Mrs. Driscoll on F street, yesterday. Strickland was 89 years of age, and had spent a great many years of his life in this county. He was formerly a resident of Strawberry Valley. - Services will be held from St. Joseph's Catholic church this afternoon. Interment will be made in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Kelly Bros.
Marysville Daily Appeal – 8/20/1899, p 1 – Passing of an Old Timer – News was received last evening to the effect that Jacob Strickler, who has been in the employ of the late Chas. Glidden on his ranch in Sutter county for the past thirty years, had passed away as the result of heart and kidney troubles. Deceased was a native of Newbergh, Pa., and was about 68 years of age. The funeral will take place from the Glidden ranch Monday at 10 o’clock a.m.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/7/1890, p2 - Deaths - Near Parks' Bar, Yuba county, March 7th, Frank Striker, a native of California, aged 24 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from St. Joseph's Cathedral this (Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Catholic cemetery.
STRIKER, MAGGIE F.
Marysville Appeal - 11/8/1890, p3 - Deaths: In Marysville, November 5th, Mrs. Maggie F. Striker, beloved wife of E. M. Ltriker [sic], aged 25 years, 4 months and 7 days. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the [missing word] from St. Joseph's Cathedral Sunday morning at 7:45 o'clock, thence to Brown's Valley. Interment, Brown's Valley cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - 11/11/1890, p3 - Funeral of Mrs. Striker - The funeral of the late Mrs. E. M. Striker occurred Sunday morning from St. Joseph's Cathedral. The Rev. Father Coleman officiated. The remains were intered in the Catholic cemetery. The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: T. J. Hibbert, John Palmer, B. Burris, Joe Bruce, J. D. Rischer and E. M. Binninger.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 8/9/1898, p1 - A Ranch Hand Dies: Succumbs to an Attack of Congestion of the Brain - James Strohn, a ranch hand, whose home was at Panoche, San Benito county, died at the U. S. Hotel Sunday afternoon. The doctor's certificate shows that the primary cause of his death was malaria, and the secondary, congestion of the brain. - Strohn, who had not reached his 19th year, had been at work on F. R. Lofton's ranch, near Wheatland, for a few months, and recently went to work on a harvester at the Rubel ranch in Marysville township, where he was taken ill on Thursday, and was brought into town on Saturday, and was attended by Drs. C. E. and Elmer Stone. - The brother of deceased had several hundred head of horses on pasture in this vicinity. - The remains were shipped to Hollister on the local train yesterday morning, the mother and sister of deceased accompanying them.
STRONG, EDWARD DELBERT
Appeal Democrat - Mon 12/7/1970, p4 - Obituaries: Butte Native Rites Slated - Graveside services for Edward Delbert Strong, 65, a native of Butte County, have been set for tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Gridley Biggs Cemetery. - Strong, born in Nelson, was a member of a pioneer family and a lifelong resident of Butte County. He is a veteran of World War II, a member of the Rice Growers Association for 28 years and was a warehouseman in Biggs. - Survivors include a brother, Robert Strong of Fort Bragg; and two sisters, Irene Miller of Oroville and Carolyn Strong of Carlsbad. - Rev. Douglas Simpson of the Biggs First Baptist Church will officiate. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Gridley Funeral Chapel.
STROTHER, D. H.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 2/28/1874, p2 - Died: At Eddy's Landing February 16th, D. H., son of H. D. and Mattie M. Strother, aged 1 year and 14 days.
STUBBE, MARGARET B.
Appeal Democrat- 5/17/1971 – Rites Set for Mrs. Stubbe – Last rites have been planned for Margaret B. Stubbe, 70, a native and lifelong resident of Yuba County, who died yesterday in Rideout Hospital after a long illness. Born in Smartville, she was a retired employe of the Pacific Telephone Co. Her home was at 926 Seventh St., Marysville. She was a member of the Telephone Pioneers and the Notre Dame Alumnae Association. Survivors include her husband, William, of Marysville; a son, Richard of Placentia; a daughter, Sister Ann, with the Sisters of Notre dame in Saratoga; three sisters, Mayme Barrett, Katherine Young and Josephine Gavin, all of Marysville; a brother, Daniel Barrett of Benicia; and four grandchildren. Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o’clock in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel. Requiem mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. Burial will be in Sierra View Memorial Park. (B.S.)
STUCKEY, FREDERICK GEORGE
Appeal Democrat - Tue 12/8/1959, p14 - Obituaries: Fred G. Stuckey Dies In Yuba City - Funeral services for Frederick George Stuckey, 85, a native of Chico and a resident of Sutter County for 40 years, were conducted at 3 p.m. today in Ullrey Memorial Chapel. - Stuckey, a retired rancher, collapsed and died apparently of a heart attack, in the yard of his home at 437 Page Ave., Yuba City, shortly after noon yesterday. - The Stuckeys lived in the Encinal district near Live Oak before moving to Yuba City. - Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, George, of Yuba City, and a daughter, Mrs. Annette Scott of Menlo Park. - Rev. Howard Daulton, pastor of Yuba City's First Methodist Church, was in charge of the funeral service. Interment was in Sutter City Cemetery. - The family has requested that memorial tributes be in the form of contributions to the American Heart Assn.
STUCKEY, MARY ANGELINE
Appeal Democrat - Sun 8/18/1968, p4 - Obituaries: Mary Angeline Stuckey, 67, 437 Page St., Yuba City, died yesterday at Rideout Hospital after a long illness. - A native of Weed, she had lived in Live Oak before moving to Yuba City in 1960. She was a member of the First Methodist Church of Yuba City and the Jolly Janes Club of the Live Oak Methodist Church. - Survivors include a son, George Stuckey of Yuba City; a daughter, Mrs. Annette Scott of Palo Alto; a sister, Mrs. Abigail Powers of Yermo. - Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Hutchison's Colonail [sic] Chapel. Interment will be in Sutter Cemetery.
STUMPF, EDNA MARY
Appeal Democrat - Mon 10/15/1973, p12 - Obituaries: Edna Mary Stumpf, 66, of Marysville died today at Yuba County General Hospital. - A native of Catesby, Okla., she had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for the past 28 years. A housewife, she made her home at 5824 Montclair Ave. - Survivors include her husband, Roy J. Stumpf of Marysville; a son, Claude G. Letsinger of Marysville; a brother, Roger J. Wiley of Paradise; a step-son, Leroy Stumpf of Modesto; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. - Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Sierra View Memorial Park under the direction of Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. Rev. Michael Lamb of the Linda Baptist Church will officiate.
SUBER, MARY FRANCES (aka Sister Marie Eucharista)
Appeal Democrat - 5/24/1967 - Rites Friday For Retired ND Principal - Sister Marie Eucharista, a native of Marysville and former principal of Notre Dame High School here, died yesterday in Saratoga. - She was the daughter of George and Johanna Bresnan Suber. - Sister Marie Eucharista (nee Mary Frances Suber) was superior of the Convent of Notre Dame in Marysville and principal of the high school here from 1955 to 1962. She was responsible for the erection of the new high school building in 1961. - She entered the Sisters of Notre Dame in 1920 and was professed in 1922. She was awarded the Master of Arts Degree from Catholic University of America. - She had taught school in San Francisco, Watsonville and San Jose as well as in Marysville. - On leaving here in 1962, Sister Marie Eucharista was transferred to Alameda and retired to Saratoga in 1965. Her most recent project was to complete the Marian Visitors course to prepare her to visit and help the elderly. - Survivors include a brother, George Suber; two sisters, Aileen and Margaret Suber, and two nieces, Pauline and Marie Suber, all of the San Francisco area. - Rosary will be recited at Notre Dame Villa in Saratoga at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Funeral mass will be said at St. Mary's Church in San Jose at 11 a.m. Friday. The funeral procession will leave Notre Dame Villa at 10:15 a.m.
Daily Appeal – 3/24/1877, Pg. 3 – Died.---Ah Sue, a native of China, aged 54 years, died of consumption on the 22d instant and was buried by Undertaker Barnes yesterday. The last Chinese death recorded in this city occurred on the 17th January last. (B. S.)
SUGDEN, EMILY GRACE
Appeal Democrat - Thur 2/19/1976, p A-6 - Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow for Emily Grace Sugden, 83, of 5519 S. Gledhill Ave., Linda, who died Monday at Rideout Hospital. - A native of Spenceville in Nevada County, she had been a lifelong resident of the Yuba-Sutter area. - Survivors include her husband, Thomas; and a sister, Mrs. Lea Vinyard of Wheatland. - Services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Hutchison's Colonial Chapel. Burial will be in Sierra View Memorial Park.
SUGDEN, THOMAS HARRISON
Appeal Democrat - Mon 11/12/1984, p A-15 - Thomas Harrison Sugden, 99, of Marysville died Friday in Rideout Hospital. - A 52-year resident of this area, he was born Aug. 15, 1885, in Atwood, Kan., and for 30 years owned and operated Harry's Taxi. - Survivors include two daughters, Ruth Chaffee and Doris Davis, both of Idaho; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. - Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Sierra View Memorial Park under the direction of Hutchison and Carnes Colonial Chapel. Ron McBride, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, will officiate.
SUGHRUE, JOHN J.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 5/26/1905, p7 - Died of Heart Disease - A telephone message was received here yesterday afternoon announcing the death at North Bloomfield of John J. Sughrue. Heart disease was the cause of death, and after only a short illness. Deceased was a native of this county and lived at North Bloomfield with his parents. For many years he was employed in the store of O'Connor and Morrison, and after the store changed hands. His age was 34 years. The funeral will take place Friday morning in this city at 10:30 o'clock and will be under the auspices of Hydraulic Parlor, Native Sons of the Golden West, of which he was a member.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Mon 1/24/1916, p1 - Former Resident Died in San Jose - Word was received here Monday by Mrs. John McDonald of the sudden death in San Jose today of Mrs. Addie Sullenger, relict of the late John Sullenger. She was a woman about 58 years of age, and was quite well known in this community, where she resided for many years. Her husband formerly conducted a saloon in this city. She is survived by one son, Fred Easton, of San Jose. Her husband is buried in the Yuba City cemetery, and it is possible her remains will be shipped here for interment.
Appeal Democrat Monday Dec 22, 1975 - Arthur L. Sullenger Succumbs - Arthur Lee Sullenger, the son of pioneer Sutter County residents William and Mary Best Sullenger, died at Rideout Hospital Saturday at the age of 80. Sullenger, a rancher, lived his entire life on the family's ranch in the Nuestro district. He attended area schools and was active in community affairs. He was a former member of the Marysville Elks Lodge, a Past Noble Grand of the Yuba City Odd Fellows Lodge and a member of North Butte Lodge, I.O.O.F. He was an Odd Fellow for more than 60 years. He also was a member of the Sunflower Rebekah Lodge and Parlor No 261 of the Native Son of the West. He was a veteran of World War 1 and was active in the Farm Bureau and 4-H Club until recent years. He is survived by his wife, Lucille, of Sutter County; one son, Ronald of Los Angeles and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 am at Ullrey Memorial Chapel and burial will follow in the family plot at Sutter Cemetery. (Transcribed & submitted by April.)
SULLENGER, CHESTER B.
Appeal-Democrat - 5/11/1972 - Rites Set for C. B. SULLENGER - A native and lifetime resident of Yuba City, Chester B. Sullenger, 71, of 814 Orange St., died last night at Rideout Hospital. - A retired ranch foreman in the Yuba-Sutter area, he was the son of Medford and Ada Sullenger. - Survivors include a sister, Almeda Dahneke of Yuba City; a brother, George Sullenger of Orangeville; and three nephews. - Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in the Sutter Cemetery.
SULLENGER, MEDFORD M.
Appeal-Democrat - 2/23/1953, p 9 - Medford M. SULLENGER - Medford Mathew Sullenger, 83, of 814 Orange St., Yuba City, died Saturday in a local hospital following a brief illness. He was a native of Joplin, Mo., and had lived in this area since he was a boy. He was a retired farmer. - Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Thelia A. Dahneke of Sacramento; two sons, George M. Sullenger of North Sacramento and Chester B. Sullenger of Yuba City; three grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. - Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Ullrey Memorial chapel, Yuba City, with Rev. E. O. Down, pastor of the First Southern Baptist church of North Sacramento officiating. Interment will be in Sutter Cemetery.
Appeal-Democrat - 2/26/1953, p 12 - SULLENGER - Funeral services for Medford Mathew Sullenger, for many years a resident of Sutter County, were held Wednesday morning in the Ullrey Memorial Chapel with Rev. E. O. Downs, pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church of North Sacramento, officiating. Mr. D. W. Lammers was the soloist accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Velma Yates. Interment was in the Sutter Cemetery. Casket bearers were: Robert Dahneke, Jack Dahneke, Arthur Sullenger, Cecil Davis, Albert Onstott and Gene Williams.
Appeal Democrat Thursday, October 22, 1942 Pg 5 - Sullenger Rites - Services for William Sullenger, 76, who died Saturday were held at 2 pm Tuesday at the Ullrey memorial chapel. Internment followed at the Sutter City cemetery. Rev. Ernest Hasselblad officiated. Soloists were Margaret Payton who was accompanied by Vashti Prentiss, Pallbearers were Ernest Blaser, Ed Liston, Charles Sternes, William McAuslan, Charles Bidon and Dutch Wolf. (A.H.)
SULLIVAN, CATHARINEAppeal – 01/21/1902, p. 4 – LAID AT REST. – Loving Hands Lay the Remains of Mrs. Catharine Sullivan Tenderly Away. – The remains of Mrs. Catharine Sulliliean [sic], the beloved wife of Daniel Sullivan, and the mother of Mrs. L. C. Williams, arrived from Gridley on the local train at 8 o’clock yesterday morning and were at once taken to St. Joseph’s Church. – Requiem mass was celebrated by Rev. M. Coleman, who at its conclusion passed a eulogy on the deceased, a good Christian woman, who had been always true to the faith she was baptized in at her native land—Ireland. – Among the floral pieces was a handsome pillow with the emblem “mother” and a large standing cross, while numerous other floral offerings were placed upon the bier by loving friends. – The following gentlemen acted as pall bearers: Matthew Schellenger, Dave Sheridan and M. J. King of Gridley, and D. P. Donahoe, Hugh McGuire and P. J. Flannery of Marysville. – At the conclusion of the services in the church the cortege moved to the Catholic cemetery, where the last prayer was said by Rev. J. J. Hynes, after which the interment took place in the family plot. – A large delegation of Gridley friends accompanied the remains to this city and attended the funeral.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Fri 10/22/1880, p2 - Died: In this city, October 21st, Daniel Sullivan, aged 37 years. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence A street, between Third and Fourth, this afternoon at 1 o'clock. The procession will move to St. Joseph's Cathedral, where services will be held.
Marysville Daily Democrat - 1/14/1907, p1 - The L. C. Williams Family is Doubly Bereaved - Daniel Sullivan died at 4 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter Mrs. L. C. Williams, 318 Fourth street. He was a native of County Waxford [sic], Ireland, and was aged 78 years and 13 days. He was the father of Mrs. Williams, Mrs. F. C. Heck and John Sullivan of Oroville and D. F. Sullivan of Live Oak. - Deceased was an old resident of the community and was very well and favorably known. - To add to the sorrow of the Williams family news was received a few days ago of the death of Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. Eliza Cavanaugh, in Chicago, Ill., on January 4th, at the age of 79 years.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/15/1907, p1 - Death Of A Pioneer Resident - Daniel Sullivan Passes Away at a Ripe Old Age - Daniel Sullivan died in this city yesterday morning at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. L. C. Williams, 318 Fourth street. - The deceased was a native of County Wexford, Ireland, and was aged 78 years and 13 days. - Besides his daughter, Mrs. Williams, he leaves the following children to mourn his demise: Mrs. F. C. Heck of Oroville, D. P. Sullivan of Live Oak and John Sullivan of Oroville. - He formerly resided near Gridley and was much respected by his many friends and neighbors. He lived to be of a ripe old age and passed away surrounded by the members of his family that he loved so well. - One by one the pioneers who have lived in this northern section of California for so many years are passing away leaving to the members of their family the heritabe [sic] of a well spent life.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 1/15/1907, p4 - Died: SULLIVAN - In this city, January 14, 1907, at 318 Fourth street, Daniel Sullivan, relict of the late Catherine Sullivan, a native of County Waxford, Ireland, aged 78 years and 13 days. - The funeral will take place from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. L. C. Williams, Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock; thence to St. Joseph's Church, where services will be held at 9:30. Interment, Yuba City Cemetery.
Appeal Democrat - 12/3/1948, p12 - Funerals: Sullivan - Requiem mass was said from St. Joseph's Catholic church Thursday at 9:00 a.m. for Miss Hannah Sullivan of Sutter City. Rev. Daniel McCarthy was the officiant. Interment followed in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The pallbearers were Stanley McLean, Ferd. McPherrin, William Schellenger, Cyrus Clemmens, Henry Correll and Chester Correll. Rev. Patrick Gilligan officiated at the gravesite rites. Under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan.
SULLIVAN, JOHN “JACK”
Daily Democrat – 03/10/1909, p. 4 – OLD MINER DIES AT THE CABBAGE PATCH – John Sullivan, a native of Finland, aged 71 years, died Tuesday at his home near Cabbage Patch. He had followed mining for many years and was known by every one in the neighborhood as an honest, upright citizen. Deceased was a member of Sutter lodge No. 100, I. O. O. F., of Wheatland, and the lodge has instructed R. E. Bevan to take charge of the funeral. The remains will be taken to Wheatland for burial.Daily Appeal – 03/12/1909 – WHEATLAND NEWS – Jack Sullivan Has Been Laid At Rest – WHEATLAND, March 11.—The funeral of Jack Sullivan took place this afternoon from Odd Fellows’ hall under the auspices of Sutter Lodge No. 100, I. O. O. F. A. K Dam acted as grand marshal. – Quite a number attended the funeral from here and the foothills where the deceased resided. A choir furnished appropriate music – The following gentlement acted as pallbearers: J. A. Stewart, T. Absalom, J. F. Baun, J. Stone, J. M. Tindell and Joseph Murphy – WHEATLAND BREVITIES. – WHEATLAND, March 11.—J. D. Thomas and family and Mr. and Mrs. T. Peckham of Waldo attended the funeral of Jack Sullivan this afternoon. – R. E. Bevan was down from Marysville today conducting the funeral of Jack Sullivan.
SULLIVAN, MARGARET ANN
San Francisco Call - 4/27/1905 - Sullivan - In this city, April 25, 1905, Margaret Ann, loving wife of the late Simon Sullivan of Smartsville, Cal., and loving and dearly beloved mother of Mathew J., Lizzie J. Sullivan, Mrs. Carrie Riley and Mrs. David Keefe of San Francisco, and P. S. Sullivan of Butte City, Mont., a native of Brunswick, Maine, aged 69 years and 1 month. - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services to-day (Thursday), at 12 o'clock m., at her late residence, 76 Rausch street, near Folsom. Interment will be held at Smartsville, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 11 a.m., Friday, April 28.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 2/1/1910, p1 - Mike Sullivan Is Killed By A Fall - While ascending the steps to his room on the third floor of the St. Nicholas building last evening about 6:30 o'clock Mike Sullivan, a familiar character about the city for many years, slipped and fell over backwards and was killed by a fracture of the skull. He was found lying on his back with his arms outstretched and the right side of his head bruised. It was at first reported on the streets that his neck was broken which caused his death, but an examination showed that a fracture of the skull was responsible for instant death. - He was about 70 years of age and a native of Ireland. He leaves one brother, the whereabouts of whom could not be learned last night. - Coroner Kelly took charge of the body and an inquest will be held.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Tue 2/1/1910, p8 - Mike Sullivan Is Found Dead - Had Fallen Down Stairs And Fractured Skull - Mike Sullivan, who was a familiar character in this city, was found dead in the St. Nicolaus building at the corner of Third and D streets last evening about 6:30 o'clock and from the position of the body it is believed that he fell down a flight of stairs and suffered an injury that resulted in almost instant death. - As near as can be learned Sullivan was on his way to his room, which was situated on the third floor of the building, and had just started up the second flight of stairs when he fell over backwards and was killed. - It was at first supposed that the neck had been broken in the fall but it was determined upon an examination of the body that this was not true and death resulted probably from a fracture of the skull. - Coroner Kelly was notified of the finding of the body and it was removed to the morgue where an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death. Coroner Kelly stated this afternoon that he believes that Sullivan was stricken with heart disease while on his way up the stairs and that the body rolled to the landing below. He was lying on his back with arms outstretched when discovered. - Deceased was about 70 years of age and had resided in this city for many years. He was a laborer and worked on the streets. He was an honest conscientious worker and had many friends. It is believed that a brother survives him but his address is unknown. Undertaker Kelly will endeavor to locate him, and an inquest over the remains of the dead man will be held after the autopsy physician makes his report on the cause of death.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 2/3/1910, p8 - Funeral Friday Afternoon - Funeral services over the remains of the late Mike Sullivan will be held from the undertaking parlors of Kelly Brothers Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, thence to St. Joseph's church where the services of the church will read. The interment will occur in the Catholic cemetery.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Sat 2/5/1910, p1 - Michael Sullivan Buried - The funeral of the late Michael Sullivan took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Catholic church. Father O'Riley officiated in the relgious ceremonies both at the church and Catholic cemetery where the interment took place.
Sacramento Daily Union - 3/17/1869 - Fatal Accident - Simon Sullivan, a flume tender of the Smartsville Consolidated Hydraulic Mining Company, fell into the flume of the company lately, and was washed nearly a mile and finally drowned.
Sausalito News - 10/7/1892 - Peter Summe, an aged miner of Forbestown, died at that place last week. He had been in California over 40 years and was 92 years old when he died. He was known to thousands of Californians.
Marysville Daily Democrat - Mon 8/26/1901, p4 - Death of an Old Man - J. Summers, aged about 72 years, was brought from Wheatland to the County Hospital yesterday afternoon and died about two hours after reaching that institution. - He was a stranger in Wheatland, having been there but a few days. He told that he wanted to earn money enough to take him to the Soldiers' Home at Yountville. Undertaker Bevan took charge of the remains.
SUMMY, CHARLES FREDERICK
Appeal Democrat Wednesday, February 25, 1970 pg 26 col 4 - C.F. Summy succumbs at 89 - Charles Frederick Summy, 89, a native and lifelong resident of Sutter County died yesterday at Rideout hospital. Born in Meridian on Nov 1 1880, Summy was a retired farmer. He lived at 2810 California St., Sutter. Survivors include two sons, Yuba City Unified School District Supt. Clarence A Summy of Yuba City and Charles Summy of Corvalis, Oregon, a daughter, Mrs Shirley Curtis of Yuba City ; a sister, Mrs Winnifred Weis of Yuba City; nine grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Friday at 10 am in Ullrey Memorial chapel with Rev. Edgar Nelson, pastor of the Yuba City First Unified Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery. (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
Appeal Democrat December 19, 1992 pg A-11 - Clarence Summy - Memorial services for Clarence Summy, 83, a lifelong resident of Sutter County are scheduled for 2 pm Tuesday at Calvary temple, 2620 Colusa Highway., Yuba City. Summy died Dec 18, 1992, in Fremont Hospital after a short illness. Summy, whose grandfather, Leonidias, settled in the Sutter Buttes in 1852, was born in Meridian on Jan 17, 1910. He was a retired Sutter County educator and farmer. After retiring from the public school system, he was a founder and member of Faith Christian Schools in Yuba City. The school started in 1975 with an enrollment of 40 students in grades K-4. Today, the enrollment of K through 12 is 350. Summy's emphasis at Faith Christian was on developing strong athletic and academic programs, to promote student self-esteem. His final goal was to build a gymnasium at the school, which is scheduled for completion in January. He's a graduate of Sutter High School (class of '29), Healds Business College and San Jose State College, where he received his teaching credential in 1934. His first position was at Shafter. Summy was principal of Central Gaither in Sutter County in the late 30's and farmed in the Oswald area. In 1944, he became principal/superintendent of Clarksburg Union School District, where he served 10 years. In 1955 he returned to Yuba City as principal of Yuba City Unified School District. Survivors include his wife, Martha Summy of Yuba City; a sister, Shirley Curtis of Yuba City; a brother, Charles Summy of Corvallis, Oregon; four daughters, Sandra Fenocchio of Davis, Sheila Messick, Sharon Howard and Linda Porter all of Yuba City; 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. The family requests memorial contributions be made to Faith Christian School Gymnasium Building Fund, c/o Jeff Christensen, 3205 Colusa Hwy., Yuba City. (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
Appeal Democrat Wednesday, October 8, 1947 pg 9 - Funerals - Summy - Graveside funeral services for Cornelia Summy, long-time Sutter County resident who died yesterday in her home will be held at 2 pm tomorrow in the Sutter City Cemetery under the direction of Lipp & Sullivan. The services will be private and the Summy family request friend to omit the sending of flowers. (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
Appeal Democrat Tuesday, November 15, 1960 - Death in SF Hospital for Mrs. Summy - Mrs. Dorothea E. Summy, wife of Yuba City Union High School Supt. Clarence A. Summy died early today at the University of California Hospital in San Francisco. Mrs. Summy, 48, became ill unexpectedly on Nov. 4, the eve of her birthday. She underwent surgery at the San Francisco hospital the following day. Relatives reported she had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. - Classes Dismissed - She reportedly died at 6 a.m. The flag outside Yuba City Union High School was lowered to half-mast this morning. Classes were dismissed at noon. Mrs. Summy, the former Dorothea Blevins, was the mother of four children. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Sheila Messick of Marysville, Mrs. Sharon Howard of Yuba City, Mrs. Sandra Finocchio of Sacramento and Linda of Yuba City. Other survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Blevins of Oswald; a brother, James Blevin of Oswald; and three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Schmidt of Yuba City, Mrs. Delcie Amesbury of Sanger and Mrs. Emily Albin of Sacramento. Funeral arrangements are pending. (Transcribed and submitted by April.)
SUMMY, MARTHA M.
SUMMY, MARY ANN
Appeal Democrat August 20, 1928 - Mrs Summy of S. C. is Dead - Mrs Mary Ann Summy, 62, died at her home at Sutter City Sunday after an extended illness. Mrs Summy was born at Sutter City and had lived practically all of her life in Sutter county. She was the widow of Eugene Summy, well known resident of Sutter City. Surviving are two sons, William Harry and John Jacob Summy. The funeral will be held at 10:30 am Tuesday from the Sutter Community church with Rev. Peterson officiating. Interment will be under the direction of Jones and Ullrey. (A. H.)
Marysville Appeal - 10/27/1918, p8 - John Sunburg, a native of Sweden, 40 years of age, succumbed to Spanish influenza yesterday afternoon when being transported by Traffic Officer Sam Johnson to the Red Cross Influenza hospital. - Funeral services for the deceased took place from the chapel of Kelly Bros. yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment was made in the city cemetery.
SUNDERLAND, HAROLD E.Sacramento Bee – July 11, 2003 – Born July 18, 1920 in Lyons, Kansas. Passed away at his home in Citrus Heights on July 7, 2003, age 82. Survived by his wife, Helen, daughters, Sandra and Carol, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Harold was an ironworker, Local 118 for over sixty years. During World War II, Harold served in the US Army with the 119th armored Engineers Battalion, European Theater. Friends are invited for visitation on Friday, July 11th from 4-7 P.M. at Lambert Funeral Home, 400 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, CA and Funeral Services on Saturday, July 12th at 9:00 A.M. at the Mortuary Chapel. Burial to follow services at Strawberry Valley Cemetery. (B.S.)
Sacramento Bee – October 1, 2006 – Born on August 09, 1920 in Pocatello, Idaho, passed away in Roseville, California on September 27, 2006 at the age of 86 years. A longtime Sacramento County resident and homemaker, Helen is survived by her loving family, daughters Sandra Sunderland and Carol Luper; 4 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband Harold Sunderland. Friends and family are invited for visitation on Wednesday, October 4th, from 9AM-10AM and Funeral Services at 10 AM at Lambert Funeral Home Chapel, 400 Douglas Blvd., Roseville, CA. Burial to follow services at Strawberry Cemetery. (B.S.)
Daily Appeal - 1/29/1871 p2 - Died: In this city, January 28th, Leonard Sunigo, native of Mexico, aged 34 years. - The funeral will take place from the corner of B and First streets, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
SUTLIFF, GEORGE W.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 3/13/1917, p4 - Funeral services for George W. Sutliff, who died Sunday night on the eve of his seventieth birthday, will be held at his late residence at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon under the direction of the Masons. - The comrades of Corinth Post No. 80, G.A.R. will have charge of the services at the cemetery where the high school cadets will fire a volley over the grave. - The aged pioneer attended a theater Sunday night and when he retired was apparently in good health. Shortly before midnight he suffered a stroke of apoplexy and died without regaining consciousness. - Sutliff had been a resident of Marysville for over 40 years. He was a Civil War veteran, having served all through the war with the Seventy-sixth Ohio Volunteer infantry. He was a member of the local G.A.R. post and of Corinthian lodge of Masons of Marysville. - He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Emily Sutliff, a daughter, Mrs. Belle Griffith of Linda and three sons, George W. Sutliff, Jr., of Linda, and B. H. and Ellis A. Sutliff of Marysville. The funeral will be in charge of Kelly Bros.
Daily Appeal - 3/15/1917, p4 - Veteran's Funeral Attended By Friends - Many friends yesterday followed the body of George W. Sutliff to the grave in the Yuba City cemetery. The Masons officiated at the house and the G.A.R. at the grave. The funeral was under the auspices of Kelly Bros. - The pallbearers were: W. Culmsie, A. H. Alderman, J. R. Young, W. C. Burroughs, A. Schmidt, E. A. Stanwood.
Daily Appeal - 8/9/1898, p1 - Adolph Sutro Dead: After a Long Illness the Well-Known San Franciscan Succumbs: Largest Property Owner: His Estate Will Run into the Millions and Embraces Valuable Real Estate - San Francisco, August 8. - Ex-Mayor Adolph Sutro died at 2:30 this morning, at his home on Van Vess [sic] Avenue. - Adolph Sutro was born at Aix La Chapelle, Prussia, April 29, 1830.- He received a liberal education and after business reverses in his own country, came to the United States with his mother and ten other children in 1850. Adolph Sutro started almost immediately for California, arriving at San Francisco November 21, 1850. - He first engaged in mercantile pursuits, but later ventured into mining. In 1860 he visited the Comstock lode. Later he opened reduction works at Dayton, Nevada, where the Gould & Curry ores were worked, producing 100 pounds of silver each day. - Mr. Sutro conceived the idea of tunneling the Comstock lode and with the co-operation of the forty-one companies operating on the lode, the work was commenced. The tunnel cost millions of dollars, and was not completed for many years. Millions were extracted from this gigantic work. - Later Sutro returned to San Francisco, beginning in other pursuits, but always interested himself in mining. He bought real estate all over this city in early days, and as the city grew the value of this property increased tremendously. He was elected Mayor of this city four years ago and served one term. He has been ill for a long time, nervous trouble incapacitating him from business. Notwithstanding his death has been expected for some time, it came as a great shock to the community today, such a sudden demise not being looked for. - He was the largest individual property owner of San Francisco, and his wealth is estimated at about $4,000,000. [article cut off]
Marysville Daily Appeal - Wed 8/23/1871, p2 - Died: In this city, August 22d, Cornelia, infant daughter of W. C. and Mary Swain, aged 2 months and 17 days. - The funeral will take place from their residence on E street, between Sixth and Seventh, this afternoon at four o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
Daily Appeal - 3/13/1878, p2 - Died: In this city, March 12th, Ella, infant daughter of W. C. and Mary Swain, aged 6 months. - Funeral this afternoon from the parental residence, D street, between Fourth and Fifth, at 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
Marysville Appeal - 3/29/1925, p 7 - FUNERAL FOR MRS. MARY SWAIN WILL BE MONDAY A.M. - The funeral of Mrs. Mary SWAIN, who passed away Friday night at her home, 409 D street, will be held at 10:30 o'clock Monday morning and will not be private. It is the wish of the family that flowers be omitted. Interment, however, will be private. - In the passing of Mrs. Swain, Marysville loses an old and highly esteemed citizen, who has resided here for more than 50 years. She was 85 years old. - Decendent was the widow of W. C. Swain, early pioneer of Yuba county, and who was extensively engaged in the lumber business. The Swain & Hudson planing mill in former years was a well-known industry. - Mrs. Swain was born in Akron, Ohio, a member of a highly esteemed family whose sterling traits she emulated during her life time. She won a host of friends in this community, who regret her passing, although she long had passed the allotted span of life. - Seven children are left to mourn the passing of Mrs. Swain. They are: Miss Elizabeth Swain, William B. Swain, and Mrs. John F. Kelly, of Marysville; Mrs. Harry P. Stabler of Yuba City; Mrs. Charles W. McGonaughy and Miss Ethel Swain of Berkeley; and Mrs. J. Owen Hansen of San Jose. - Several grand children also survive. - Marysville Appeal - 3/31/1925, p 5 - MRS. MARY SWAIN IS LAID TO REST - Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Swain were held yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the family home on D street, where Rev. Benjamin F. Butts, pastor of the Presbyterian church, spoke words of comfort and hope based on Holy Writ. Burial, which was private, was conducted by the Bevan-Bricker funeral home at the family plot in the city cemetery. Casketbearers were John Kelly, Dr. J. H. Barr, Dunning Rideout, Richard Belcher, Frank Aaron and E. B. Stanwood.
SWAIN, PAUL MITCHELL
Daily Appeal - Sun 4/30/1876, p2 - Died: In this city, April 28th, Paul Mitchel [sic], youngest son of Wm. C. and Mary A. Swain, aged 3 years, 1 month and 7 days. - Funeral from residence of parents, D street between Fourth and Fifth, at 6 o'clock this afternoon. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
SWAIN, WILLIAM C.Marysville Daily Democrat - Mon 1/4/1904, p5 - Death of Wm. C. Swain - One of the Most Active Citizens of Marysville and Respected For His Many Good Qualities - Monday morning shortly before 4 o'clock W. C. Swain passed from this life, after an extended illness. The deceased was a prominent citizen of Marysville and highly respected. He had lived here for many years, being a member of the firm of Swain & Hudson since 1871. - William Caldwell Swain was born in Newberryport, Mass., February 8, 1831, and he was married in this State to Miss Mary A. Beecher, November 2, 1861. He leaves a surviving widow and six daughters and one son. - Deceased held the office of City Treasurer at the time of his death and the flag over the City Hall is at half-mast in respect to his memory. - He was a member of Corinthian Lodge, No. 9, F. and A.M., Washington Chapter, No. 13, R.A.M., and Marysville Commandery, No. 7, K.T. - The funeral will take place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, from the Episcopal Church, and the body will be taken to San Francisco Wednesday morning for cremation.
Marysville Daily Appeal - Tue 1/5/1904, p1 - W. C. Swain Dead - One of Our Most Substantial Citizens Removed From His Sphere of Usefulness Among Us - About 4 o'clock yesterday morning after a protracted illness, W. C. Swain breathed his last at his home on D street. Mr. Swain was a prominent citizen of Marysville and at the time of his death was City Treasurer. His loss will be keenly felt in business and social circles and the entire community join in heart-felt sympathy to the bereaved family. - William Caldwell Swain was born on February 8, 1831, at Newberryport, Mass. His early life was spent in Virginia and later in Vermont and New York. He came to California in 1852 and to Marysville in 1854, residing here ever since. In 1861 he was married to Miss Mary A. Beecher. In 1872 Mr. Swain formed a partnership with E. H. Hudson and during all these years the name of Swain & Hudson has been a familiar one not alone in this community, but in all Northern California. - Mr. Swain leaves a wife, six daughters and one son to mourn his loss. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. W. H. Stoy officiating. Mr. Swain was a member of several fraternal organizations, among which were Corinthian Lodge, No. 9, F. and A.M.; Washington Chapter, No. 13, R.A.M., and Marysville Commandery, No. 7, K.T. The latter order will attend the funeral services, as will the members of Corinthian Lodge, who will hold services at the house at 1:30 p.m. The remains will lay in state at the residence from 9 until 12 this morning. On Wednesday morning they will be conveyed to San Francisco for cremation.
Sacramento Bee – 1/06/1904 Pg. 6 – THE PASSING OF A WELL- KNOWN CITIZEN – (The Bee’s Special service.) – MARYSVILLE, January 5. ---- Monday morning shortly before 4 o’clock W. C. Swain passed from this life, after an extended illness. Deceased was a prominent citizen of Marysville and highly respected. He had lived here for many years, being a member of the well-known firm of Swain & Hudson, contractors and builders, since 1871. W. C. Swain was born in Newberryport, Mass., February 8, 1831, and leaves a wife, six daughters and one son. At the time of his death he was Treasurer of the city of Marysville, which office he had held for many years. He was a member of Corinthian Lodge No. 9, F. and A. M.; Washington Chapter, No. 13, R. A. and M., and Marysville Commandery, Knights Templar. Funeral services were held this afternoon from the Episcopal Church and many friends attended to pay a last token of esteem to the memory of a good and true citizen. The remains were shipped to San Francisco for incineration. (B. S.)
SWAN, HENRY YOST
Marysville Daily Appeal-October 21, 1903-DIED OF BLOOD POISONING-Henry Y. Swan Is Carried Off After a Ten Days’ Illness-Henry Yost SWAN died at 10:30 yesterday morning at the United States Hotel from blood poisoning. The deceased was a native of San Francisco, aged 39 years, 2 months, and 1 day. He was a son of Samuel B. Swan of Oakland, who was a former resident of Marysville, and was the husband of Miss Belle Cook of Dobbins, who is a sister of Mrs. Thomas Cumsikey of this city. He formerly resided at Brownsville, where he became a member of the local lodge of Odd Fellows. He later moved to Dobbins, where he worked for some time in Slingsby & Gettens store after which he was engaged for a while in the butcher business, afterwards entering the employ of the Bay Counties Power Company. Several weeks ago a brother Odd Fellow was bitten by a poisonous bug at Dobbins, and blood poison was the results Henry nursed him up to the time of his death, and while attending the remains he received a scratch on the back of one of his hands, which soon commenced to swell. He came to this city a week ago for medical treatment, and although his arm had become badly swollen, his friends had every hope he would recover up to two days prior to his passing. The deceased was an industrious man, honorable in all his business dealings, and his death will be regretted by his many friends and acquaintances in Yuba county. He leaves a wife, to whom he was greatly attached and a father, both of whom were at his bedside when he passed away, to mourn his demise. Undertaker J. K. Kelly took charge of the remains which will be shipped to Oakland this afternoon for internment in the family plot.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 9/1/1910, p 1 - The will of Chris SWANK, who died in Colusa last week, and who was buried in this city, is to be contested by Mollie Anderson, who was his housekeeper for about twenty years. By the terms of the will Swank left the woman $100, the bulk of the estate going to his nephew, J. L. Swank, assessor of Colusa county. Attorney M. T. Brittan has been engaged by the woman and will start suit immediately. - The estate is worth in the neighborhood of $40,000 and the suit will be watched with interest, as the case will be bitterly fought out in the courts. - Chris Swank was an early resident of this city, and at one time owned valuable property here. He formerly owned the United States Hotel.
Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/12/1906, p 1 - DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH SWANK - Elizabeth SWANK, wife of the late John William Swank, former residents of Marysville, died at her home in San Francisco on Tuesday. - The deceased was a native of Germany, aged 65 years, 3 months and 12 days. She was the beloved mother of Lottie, William E. and John L. Swank. The latter is County Assessor of Colusa county, and has frequently visited this city. - The late John William Swank was at one time one of the firm Scheu & Swank, who were the well known proprietors of the Unites States Hotel, over twenty years ago. It was afterward run by Scheu & Lewek, and finally Mr. Scheu sold out to Solomon Lewek, the present proprietor. The old residents of our city will remember Mrs. Swank and her family when they lived in Marysville, where they had many friends. - The remains will be shipped to Marysville on Saturday afternoon and on their arrival will be taken charge of by Undertaker R. E. Bevan. - Marysville Daily Appeal - 10/13/1906, p 1 - MRS. ELIZABETH SWANK - BRIEF REVIEW OF THE LIFE OF A NOBLE WOMAN - The remains of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Swank, relict of the late John W. Swank, a former well known resident of this city, will arrive from San Francisco on the Knights Landing train tonight and will be taken to the undertaking parlors of R. E. Bevan. - The funeral will take place from the parlors at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon and the interment will take place in the family plot in the City Cemetery. - This appears in the Colusa Sun of Wednesday, the following obituary regarding her death: - "Mrs. Swank was a native of Hesse Castle, Germany, where she was born in 1841, being 65 years of age at the time of her death. She came to this country with her uncle, Henry Booksin of San Jose. They came to Colusa county in 1858, and landed at what is now the boat landing in the town of Colusa. For many years she made her home with her uncle on his ranch in Western Colusa county, which at that time was composed of 10,000 acres. Soon after moving to Marysville she was married to Mr. Swank and here her children were born. The last sixteen years of her life her home has been in Oakland and San Francisco. Mrs. Swank was blessed with an abundance of this world's goods and has made several trips to Honolulu and Germany. She leaves to mourn her loss three children, John L. of Colusa, Will E. of Oakland and Miss Lottie Swank of San Francisco. Besides these she leaves two sisters, Mrs. Conrad Kissling and Miss Hattie Moutoux, and three brothers, William, Henry and Charles Moutoux. Many more near and dear relatives and friends will mourn her untimely death. Mrs. Swank has been ill for years with that dreaded disease consumption, but her condition was not such that immediate danger was expected and her death was rather a surprise to those around the sick bed. Just a few weeks ago she was visiting at the home of her son, J. L. Swank, in Colusa, and seemed quite cheerful at that time. - "The Angel of Death is ever an unwelcome visitor, yet he must call on us all sooner or later. Death is no respector of persons and shows no special favors to old or young and we can but be ready when he comes. Being of a most loveable disposition, Mrs. Swank has ever been kindness itself and many a heart has been made to feel lighter by her sympathy and love. She is gone and another home is without a mother."
Sacramento Daily Union - 4/14/1877 - A Fearful Mining Disaster - From Thomas Moran, who came down from Smartsville Thursday evening at 9 o'clock, the Marysville Appeal learns the following additional particulars of the terrible disaster occurring Thursday afternoon in the Blue Point Hydraulic mine at Sucker Flat: The gang of men at the time of the cave were engaged in clearing the debris and making preparations for letting on water for piping, and those killed were caught in an angle of a bank where they could not escape. After the injured were rescued, twelve hundred inches of water were turned upon the immense pile of dirt and gravel covering the dead miners, and hours were consumed in washing them out. The disaster caused the greatest excitement in the vicinity, and hundreds of people gathered about the scene of the accident, watching the progress of the work for the recovery of the bodies of the unfortunate men who had been literally buried alive without a moment's warning. The greatest sympathy was aroused in behalf of those so suddenly bereft of husbands and fathers. B. F. Henders leaves a wife and two children. He was for years a clerk in Crary's store. Deceased was a native of New Jersey, and 42 years of age. Michael Sweeney was a native of Ireland, county of Sligo, aged 49, and leaves a wife. Samuel Sleeman, single, aged 30 years. Michael McWilliams, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Derry, aged 28. Thomas McDonald, single, was a native of Ireland, county of Antrim, aged 28. Michael Conway, one of the injured, had his left leg broken, and M. Brasnan is reported severely injured internally. Mr. Moran's errand to the city last evening was to order coffins for the dead. It is reported that no inquest will be held.
Daily Appeal – 4/21/1875, Pg. 3 – Death of a Soldier – Richard Sweeney, aged 32 years, died in this city yesterday after a brief illness. Deceased served his country four years during the war, and bore honorable scars in behalf of the Union. Mr. Sweeney was also a citizen soldier, being Second-Lieutenant of the Sherman Guard at the time of it’s disbandment. Deceased was for many years in the employ of P. C. Slattery, and was a whole-souled Irish-American. His funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 o’clock from Hayes & Hamilton’s undertaker’s rooms, the procession moving to St Joseph’s Cathedral. (B. S.)
Daily Appeal – 4/22/1875, Pg. 3 – Funeral of Lieutenant Sweeney – The funeral of Richard Sweeney was largely attended yesterday afternoon from Hayes & Hamilton’s undertaking rooms on D street. The procession moved at 4 o’clock p. m. to St. Joseph’s Cathedral, where religious services were had. (B. S.)
SWEZY, GABRIEL NORTON
Daily Appeal - 8/1/1875, p2 - Died: In this city, July 30th, Gabriel Norton Swezy, a native of Mount Hope, Orange county, New York, aged 54 years. New York and Chicago papers please copy. - Funeral on Monday, August 2d, at 3 o'clock, P.M., from the Presbyterian church. Friends are invited to attend without further notice.
SWEZY, NETTIE GRACE
Marysville Daily Appeal - 11/1/1905, p8 - Child Buried Yesterday - Nettie Grace, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rae D. Swezy, of San Francisco, who died at the home of her grandparents, Attorney and Mrs. C. E. Swezy, at their home in Marysville on Sunday morning, was buried in the family plot at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Undertaker R. E. Bevan.
SWIFT, CLARENCE EUGENE
Marysville Appeal - Sat 7/7/1923, p1,5 - Supervisor Swift Drops Dead - News of His Untimely End Is Shock To Whole City - Clarence Eugene Swift, supervisor from the first district of Yuba county, and manager of Swift Brothers Planing Mill, of this city, died suddenly of heart failure at 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning while on his vacation at Butte Meadows. - The deceased was a native of Marysville, 44 years of age. Surviving him are his mother, Mrs. Abbie Swift, his widow, Mrs. Elsie Swift and three children, Virgil, May and Howard Swift, all of Marysville. - The remains were taken in charge by Bicknell & More of Chico and will arrive in Marysville shortly after noon today. The funeral, which will probably be on Monday, will be conducted by R. E. Bevan & Son. - Had Honorable Record - In the death of Clarence Swift, Yuba county loses one of its most respected citizens. His record of public service is one of consistent and constructive activity in behalf of his county and community. While serving the city of Marysville as councilman for two terms, Mr. Swift worked untiringly to devise and carry out the initial steps of a comprehensive street paving program which has since contributed in no small measure to the growth and development of this city. - In 1918 Mr. Swift was elected to the county board of supervisors, and for a year served as its chairman. His service to the people of Yuba county during his first term resulted in an overwhelming victory when he sought re-election in 1922. Of late months he had been the champion of the American Legion in their efforts to erect an auditorium in this city. It is largely through his efforts that a handsome monument to Yuba county's soldier dead is to become a reality. - Mr. Swift numbered his business and social friends by hundreds. With his brother, the late Frank Swift, he founded the planing mill business of Swift Brothers. Only recently the concern moved into new and improved quarters. - The deceased was prominent in Masonic circles, holding membership in practically all of the Masonic bodies. He was a son of the late J. P. Swift, who served during his wife and family and a party of also as postmaster of Marysville. - Mr. Swift was apparently in the best of health when he departed a few days ago for the hills with his wife and family and a party of friends from Marysville. He was encamped at Butte Meadows intending to remain for several days. Word of the untimely passing of Mr. Swift did not reach Marysville until last night. The whole city was cast into mourning. - Mr. Swift was born, reared and educated here where he was highly honored and greatly esteemed.
Marysville Democrat - Sat 7/7/1923, p1 - Yuba Co. Mourns Official - Sudden Death of Supervisor Swift Saddens Community; Body Arrives From Chico - Prominent and Respected as Citizen and Official in City and County, and Leading Supporter of Memorial Auditorium Project; Died at Camp in Butte Meadows - Marysville and Yuba county today mourned the death of Supervisor Clarence E. Swift, who died suddenly yesterday from heart trouble while enjoying a vacation at Butte Meadows with his family and Howard Brown and family. - According to Howard Brown, Swift was working around his automobile yesterday morning preparing to return to Marysville, as he was scheduled to make a trip to Sacramento today in the interest of the proposed auditorium, being planned by the Supervisors for this city. Brown stated Swift called his wife saying he was sick, and before she reached him he dropped to the ground, dying immediately. Word was sent to Chico and Stirling City for medical aid but Swift was dead in five minutes. All efforts to revive him proved futile. - Inquest at Chico - The body was taken to Chico, where an inquest was held last night. It was brought to this city on the 1:20 Sacramento Northern train this afternoon and was taken in charge by R. E. Bevan and Son. - Swift and his family and Howard Brown and family left Marysville on the morning of July 4th for Butte Meadows, where they went to spend a vacation of several weeks. - Swift was a native of Marysville and 44 years of age and he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Abbie Swift, his widow, Mrs. Elsie Swift and three children, Virgil, May and Howard Swift, all of this city. - Clarence Eugene Swift was one of the most prominent and highly respected citizens of this community and he will be sadly missed by all. His record of public service is one of consistent and constructive activity in behalf of Yuba county and he proved a valuable official to both the city of Marysville and the county of Yuba. - Served as Councilman - He served as a member of the City Council for two terms, resigning to run for the office of Supervisor from the First District. He was elected supervisor on November 5, 1918, and took office the following January. He served as chairman of the board during the year 1921 and was re-elected supervisor last November. - During the past year Supervisor Swift was the champion of the American Legion in the Legion's efforts to erect an auditorium as a monument to Yuba county's soldier dead. - Swift was a man of kindly disposition and numbered his friends by his many acquaintances. He was always ready to lend a helping hand and do his friends a kind turn whenever the opportunity offered. - Business Man Here - With his brother, the late Frank Swift, and his father, the late John P. Swift, he founded the Swift Brothers planing mill business here, which for many years was located at Second and E streets but later moved into new and larger quarters at Third and Orange streets. - Prominent in fraternal circles, Clarence Swift was a member of practically all of the Masonic bodies, being a member of Corinthian Lodge No. 9, F. and A.M.; Washington Chapter, Royal Arch Masons; Marysville Commandery No. 7, Knights Templar, and Marysville Chapter No. 55, Order of Eastern Star. He was also a member of the Marysville Lodge of Elks and Court Pride No. 34, Foresters of America. - In Best Health - Swift was apparently in the best of health when he departed on the morning of July 4th for the mountains with his wife and family and party of friends for a several days' outing. - Word of his untimely death was not received here until last night and the sad news cast a gloom over the city. - Swift was borne and reared in Marysville where he spent practically all his life. He always took a pride in the future of the city and county and was considered one of our most progressive citizens. He was highly honored and greatly esteemed by all who knew him. - Funeral services will be held Monday, the exact hour not having been set. The remains were taken to his late home this evening where they will lie in state until Monday.
Marysville Democrat - Mon 7/9/1923, p1 - All Marysville Pays Honor To Clarence Swift At Rites Today - All Marysville paid homage to the memory of the late Supervisor Clarence E. Swift this afternoon when funeral services were held at 2 o'clock from the Masonic hall, which was packed to the utmost capacity by the many friends and acquaintances of the deceased. - Funeral services were conducted by the officers of Corinthian Lodge No. 9, Free and Accepted Masons with Dwight Johnston, as Worshipful Master and members of Marysville Commandery No. 7 Knights Templar acting as an escort. The regular funeral ritual of the lodge was performed. Rev. Mackay of the Methodist Episcopal church acted as officiating clergyman at the services. - Special vocal numbers were rendered by Farwell Brown and Mrs. E. E. Monson as accompanist. - Honorary pallbearers were Frank Booth, Thomas Mathews, E. E. Bryan, Louis Rockholdt, W. J. Mellon and E. G. Nutt while the active pallbearers were William Meek, Howard Brown, Dan Bryant, Roy Bostick, I. C. Evans, Jack Dooley and Dr. George Schillig. - While the cortege moved to the Yuba City cemetery where interment was made by R. E. Bevan & Son the city fire bell was tolled, Swift being a former member of the city council. - A majority of the county and city offices were closed during the funeral services as well as a majority of the business houses. - There was an abundance of flowers and floral pieces banked about the casket showing in what high esteem the deceased was held in the community. - Members of the Yuba board of supervisors adjourned this morning out of respect for the late Clarence E. Swift.
SWIFT, JOHN PIERCE
Marysville Evening Democrat - Tue 7/29/1913, p1 - Captain John Pierce Swift Is Numbered With The Dead - Upright Citizen Will Be Missed By His Many Friends in the City of Marysville - Captain John Pierce Swift, a pioneer of California, died at his home in this city at 8:30 this morning after an illness that has confined him to his home for some time. The deceased was a man of generous impulses and never forgot the hospitable ways of the pioneer. The stranger even though a beggar never failed to find food and shelter if he sought it at his hands and he was at home by the bedside of the sick and delighted in all kind and neighborly offices. He had borne adversity bravely and enjoyed prosperity quietly. He filled the various relations of life as son, husband, father, brother and friend and filled them well. He was a man who united sound sense with strong convictions and a candid outspoken temper, eminently fitted to mould the rude elements of pioneer society into form and consistency and aid in raising a high standard of citizenship in our young and growing state. - Mr. Swift was 72 years, 4 months and 15 days of age, being born in Heverhill [sic], New Hampshire, on March 14, 1841. He has been a resident of Marysville for the past forty-two years and during his residence here has served in the capacity of postmaster of the Marysville post office from 1905 to 1909 and also as Councilman from 1881 to 1883 under the administration of the late Mayor C. E. Stone. - Mr. Swift was a prominent member of Corinth Post No. 80, Grand Army of the Republic of Marysville and served his time in the United States Army. He leaves besides a wife to mourn his demise one son, Clarence E. Swift of this city. - Mr. Swift, who together with his son owned the Swift planing mill here, has not been engaged in active business for the past few years, he having retired some time ago. The deceased always took an active part in the Memorial Day exercises held in the city of Marysville and in this way was known to a great many people who would probably not have known him otherwise. He numbered his friends by his acquaintances of which he had a large number who will regret very much to learn of his death. - Besides the relatives here Captain Swift is survived by a number of sisters and a brother in other states. They are Oscar Swift of Haverhill, N. H., and Eliza J. Batas of Woodsville, N. H., Mrs. J. R. Evans of Farmington, Wash., and Mrs. Hattie Davis of Spokane, Wash. - Arrangements have been made to hold the funeral Thursday morning at 9:30, when religious services will be held in the Methodist Episcopal church of this city. The local post of G.A.R. will officiate at the grave ceremonies in the Yuba City cemetery, where interment will be made. Undertaker R. E. Bevan is directing the arrangements.
Marysville Appeal - 7/30/1913, p8 - Taps Sound For Captain Swift - Marysville Pioneer Dies After Illness of Several Months - Yesterday morning about 8:30 o'clock Captain John Pierce Swift died at his home in this city, following an illness of several months. Captain Swift had been in failing health for about twelve months and only a short time ago he went to San Francisco thinking perhaps the change of climate would benefit him. However, instead of getting better, he grew weaker and he was brought to Marysville about ten days ago. - Deceased was a pioneer of California and had resided in this city for forty-two years. He saw active service in the civil war and was a member of Corinth post, No. 80, Grand Army of the Republic. He was one of the best known men in this section, where he was active in the doing of this section for many years. He always took an active interest in politics and was never happier than when talking politics. He was postmaster here, serving from 1905 to 1909, when he turned the office over to O. L. Meek, the incumbent. Captain Swift was also a city councilman in former years, having served under the administration of Mayor C. E. Stone. - He was 72 years, 4 months and 15 days of age and a native of Haverhill, N. H. He is survived by a wife and one son, Clarence, who reside in Marysville. One brother, Oscar Swift of Haverhill, N. H.; three sisters, Eliza J. Bates of Woodsville, New Hampshire, Mrs. J. R. Evans of Farmington, Washington, and Mrs. Hattie Davis of Spokane, Washington, are left to mourn his loss. - Captain Swift was a man who readily made friends. He was a fluent talker and especially was this true of him when talking on politics or telling his experiences in the war. These are two subjects he delighted to talk on and he never wearied of them. He always took an active part in the celebration of memorial day and this was one of the greatest pleasures of his life in late years. - Through his active public life Captain Swift was known to a large number of people who will be pained to hear of his death. - In the past Captain Swift was the leader of the republican party in Yuba county and was for a number of years the chairman of the republican county central committee, which position he filled with credit to himself and his party. - The funeral will be held Thursday morning from the Methodist church at 9:30 o'clock. The local G.A.R. post will officiate at the funeral and will hold exercises at the grave in the Yuba City cemetery. The funeral will be under the direction of R. E. Bevan.
Also Page 1 - G.A.R. Attention - Headquarters of Corinth Post, No.80, Department California and Nevada, G.A.R. Marysville, Cal., July 29, 1913. Special Orders No. 4 - Comrades of Corinth post, No. 80, are requested to assemble at headquarters at 8:30 o'clock Thursday morning, July 31, 1913, to attend the funeral of Post Commander John P. Swift. [signed] A. W. Pool, S.V.C., Allen Cooley, Adj.
Marysville Evening Democrat - Thu 7/31/1913, p4 - Friends Attend Funeral of J. P. Swift - Funeral services over the remains of the late John Pierce Swift were held from the Methodist Episcopal church in this city this morning at 9:30 with Rev. Nicholas officiating. Appropriate music was furnished by the choir and many beautiful floral pieces adorned the casket. Services at the Yuba City cemetery where interment was made was conducted by Adjutant Allen Cooley and A. W. Poole, members of Corinth Post No. 80 G.A.R. The following acted as pallbearers: William Orr, William Burroughs, Charles Stevenson, Jas. Rockholt, L. B. Stone and Ambrose Galligan. The funeral which was in charge of R. E. Bevan was largely attended.
Marysville Appeal - 1/18/1917, p. 4 - LOUISA SWIFT IS CALLED BY DEATH - Blind and Deaf for Many Years, She Knew Marysville Streets from Memory - Mrs. Louisa SWIFT, widow of Dr. S. B. Swift, died in this city yesterday afternoon at an advanced age. Mrs. Swift had been a resident of Marysville for many years. She had been ill for some time, but death came rather suddenly. - Mrs. Swift is survived by a son, Godwin Swift, an attorney of San Francisco. He arrived here last night and will arrange for the funeral. Kelly Bros. have charge of the body. - Mrs. Swift was considered wealthy. She owned the Swift apartments in Marysville and other property. For years she has been deaf and almost totally blind. - While she could not see she could travel about Marysville walking along D street and going into the stores through memory of how the streets and stores were before she lost her sight.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/18/1917, p. 4 - MRS. LOUISA SWIFT DIED LAST NIGHT IN THIS CITY - Death claimed Mrs. Louisa Swift, wife of the late Dr. S. B. Swift, last night in this city. Mrs. Swift was quite an aged woman, and was quite well known here, where she has made her home for a number of years. She has been ill for some time. Mrs. Swift is survived by a son, Godwin Swift, attorney of San Francisco, and three sons by a prior marriage, John, Frank, and Charles Monsoh. - The remains were taken in charge of Kelly Bros., and interment will be made in San Francisco, to which place the remains will be shipped. Mrs. Swift was left considerable property by her husband in this city which included the Swift apartment house.
Marysville Evening Democrat - 1/19/1917, p. 5 - SWIFT FUNERAL TO BE HELD TOMORROW MORNING - The funeral of Mrs. Louisa Swift will be held from Kelly Bros.' mortuary chapel tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock, and the remains will be shipped on the 1:15 Southern Pacific train to San Francisco, where interment will be made in the Cypress Lawn cemetery. - The remains of the late Dr. S. B. Swift of this city which were interred in Stockton will be disinterred and buried beside his wife in San Francisco, Monday.
SWITZER, FRANCES P.
Appeal Democrat - Sat 2/6/1965, p10 - Obituaries: Last rites for Frances P. Switzer, 77, of Yuba City will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Rev. Harold Engdahl, pastor of the Grace Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be at Sierra View Memorial Park. - Miss Switzer, who died Thursday at the Veterans Administration Hospital at Livermore, was a native of Oswego, Ill. She had lived in the Yuba-Sutter area for more than 50 years. - An Army nurse during World War I, she served as county school nurse in Sutter County for many years, and in 1932 also served as probation officer and welfare director for Sutter County. She retired last year after serving as nurse for Marysville Union High School. - Memorials to the American Cancer Society or the Children's Home Society have been suggested.
SYKES, CLAIR H.
Appeal Democrat - 12/19/1953, p4 - Obituaries: Clair H. Sykes, 65, a native of Indiana and a local resident for the past 20 years, died yesterday in a local hospital after a brief illness. Sykes made his home at 140 Garden Ave., Linda. He was a mechanic. - Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Helen Golledge of San Diego and Mrs. Margaret Fletcher of Yuba City; two sons, James C. of Yuba City and Robert W. Sykes, stationed in Germany with the U. S. Army; a sister and brother, Mrs. Grace Medera and Charles Sykes, both of Gary, Ind. - Funeral services are pending at Lipp & Sullivan chapel, awaiting arrival of Robert Sykes from Germany.
SYKES, JAMES ANDREW
Marysville Evening Democrat - Thu 1/2/1913, p1,5 - Deaf Man Ground To Death By Western Pacific Train - Was Walking on Right of Way When Treacherous Iron Monster Suddenly Crept Upon Him - J. A. Sykes, an expert millwright, who has been an inmate of the Yuba county hospital in this city for the past three or four years, met with a horrible death on New Year's day by having his body terribly mangled by a Western Pacific freight train, near the signal tower and crossing of the Western Pacific and Southern Pacific roads, Ninth and K streets. Sykes was a native of Ohio, 65 years old and unmarried. - The train that brought death to the millwright is known as No. 93 and was in charge of Conductor McCracken. The fatality occurred at about 2 o'clock. A short time previous to the accident Sykes, who was given permission to leave the hospital a few hours before by Steward Bell, talked to a brakeman on the train, which was switching in the yard. He had been walking along the track in the vicinity of the switch tower, which is only a few blocks away from the hospital, when noticed by the trainmen but in what manner he fell under the wheels of the train will perhaps always remain a mystery, as no one witnessed the accident. - Probably Intoxicated - Sykes had a strong appetite for liquor and it is believed, however, that he reeled and fell under the wheels of the train while it was switching, or walked too close to the track and was drawn into the vortex caused by the passing cars. The finding of the bleeding and lifeless body beside the track a few minutes after the brakeman had been talking to Sykes was the first intimation that the train crew had that an accident had occurred. At this time the engine was uncoupled from the cars and was backing up and it is a matter of conjecture whether Sykes was killed by the engine alone, or was run over by the freight cars. The fragments of a broken whiskey flask were found in his clothing after the accident. - Partially Deaf - The dead man was partially deaf and it is the opinion of some that the train backed into the victim as he walked along the right-o-way of the railroad. The chest of Sykes was caved in, his left leg severed at the ankle, his right foot mangled, and his face and body otherwise horribly mangled. Shortly after the accident the coroner's office was notified and the body brought to the morgue, where an inquest will be held as soon as possible. - Several years ago when Sykes first came to Marysville, and for a long time thereafter, he was regarded as one of the best millwrights in the state. It was under his direction that the machinery in the new Buckeye flour mills of this city was installed about 20 years ago. Later he supervised numerous other important jobs and for a long time was head mechanic for the Sperry Flour company in this city. - Drink Worst Enemy - Drink was the worst enemy of the dead man, who became incapacitated from performing his regular labor a few years ago. No longer able to follow his vocation he entered the hospital, at which institution he has had charge of the ordinary mechanical work for the past few years. - He is said to have relatives residing in Philadelphia, with whom he has not been in communication for the past 28 years. Among the relatives is said to be a brother who is quite wealthy. It is also believed that the dead man was a member of the 121st Ohio Infantry during the Civil War. - In his effects have been found the addresses, "L. P. Degen Belting company, 260 Mission street, San Francisco," and "James Wagner Mfg company, 165 Beale street, San Francisco," and these are thought to represent people and firms for whom he had worked during his lifetime. - An effort will be made by Coroner Kelly to communicate with relatives before making any disposition of the body.
Marysville Appeal - Fri 1/3/1913, p8 - Freight Train Kills Old Man - Jack Sykes Is Victim of W. P. Locomotive Wednesday Afternoon - Jack Sykes, an inmate of the county hospital, was run down Wednesday afternoon by a Western Pacific freight train, near the tower on the crossing of the Southern Pacific and Western Pacific tracks, a short distance above the depot at this place. - Just how the man came to be killed is unknown, as no one has been found who saw the accident. He was horribly mangled and mutilated, his head being crushed and one leg cut off. - Coroner Kelly was notified as soon as the accident had been discovered and the body was taken to the morgue, where it will be held until an inquest can be held. - Deceased was a native of Ohio and was 65 years and two months old. He was a single man. - Sykes was engaged in conversation with a brakeman of the train that killed him just a short time before the accident occurred and while the train was switching. The old man was seen walking along the tracks in the yard, but no one seems able to account for him falling under the wheels of the train. The train that crushed out his life was No. 93 and was in charge of Conductor McCracken. - Coroner Kelly will hold an inquest over the body tomorrow.
Marysville Appeal - Tue 1/7/1913, p1 - Sykes Funeral Yesterday - The funeral of John A. Sykes, who was killed by a Western Pacific freight train in this city on January 1st, was held from the mortuary chapel of Kelly brothers yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in the city cemetery.
Marysville Appeal - Wed 1/8/1913, p1 - Accidental Was Death of J. A. Sykes - Inquisition Is Held and Jury Renders Verdict Before Coroner Kelly - "Accidental death" was the verdict of the jury convened by Coroner Kelly to inquire into the death of John A. Sykes, an inmate of the county hospital who was killed on the railroad track of the Western Pacific New Year's day. Coroner Kelly presided over the inquisition and Attorney Carlin was present to watch the proceedings for the railroad company. There was no evidence divulged that has not already appeared in the newspapers. - The engineer of the freight train that caused the death of Sykes was one of the witnesses. The brakeman of the same train also testified. The railroad employe told the jury that they did not know that Sykes had been killed until they saw his body near the track, that they were shunting on the road at the time between the hospital and the station of the Western Pacific company and did not notice the deceased. They told of finding the body and of notifying the authorities. - Steward Bell of the county hospital testified that he identified the deceased as being John A. Sykes by a number he wore on his clothing. He further testified that the deceased was somewhat deaf and that was probably the reason that he met his death - he did not hear the approaching train. Attorney Carlin told Steward Bell that he thought it would be an excellent thing if he would instruct the inmates of the hospital not to perambulate about the railroad track; that when they have to go to town or elsewhere they should take some other route. If this advice were followed it might be the means of preventing future accidents and possible deaths. - It developed during the inquisition that the deceased had permission to leave the hospital on New Year's day and that he was not out without permission. At the conclusion of the inquisition the jury returned the following verdict: - "We, the jury, find the deceased, John A. Sykes, a native of Ohio, sixty-two years of age, came to his death in the city of Marysville January 1, 1913, from injuries received by being struck by a freight train known as No. 95 of the Western Pacific railroad company; and we further find said death to have been purely accidental and exonerate the train crew from all blame." - The jury was composed of the following: Harry J. Brul, foreman; Jack Graham, Harry White, J. P. Sullivan, F. M. Lipp and Charles Powell.
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