Lassen County California
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Martha Acord Passes Away at Home; Thurs. Mrs. Martha Ann Acord, 73, passed away Thursday evening at her Mesa Street home. Death came at 5:31, following a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Acord has been a resident of Susanville for 28 years. She was a native of Joplin Missouri, and was the mother of eight children, of which seven survive. They are: Mrs. Beatrice Newsom, Weatherford, Tex., Alfred N. Acord, Marlow, Okla., Frank N. Acord, Johnstonville, Clinton Acord, Lakeview, Oregon, Charles W. and Thomas Acord, both of Susanville, and Mrs. Goldie Clark of Sacramento. Funeral services will be conducted from the Morrill Mortuary Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. by Rev. E.L. Spaulding. Pallbearers will include: Galvin Bowen, Sam Potter, Sidney Potter, O.E. Wemple, Robert Middleton and James Middleton. Interment will be in the family plot at the Susanville Cemetery. [Lassen Advocate Date: April 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Rancher is Called
SUSANVILLE (Lassen Co.), April 24—Jacob Bailey, pioneer farmer of Susanville, died last night in Monterey where he was spending the winter for his health. Bailey was aged 87. He suffered a stroke of paralysis last Friday. Deceased was a brother of Joseph H. Bailey, Redding pioneer. [Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, 4-24-1917. Submitted by Kathie Marynik.]
Bertha Barns, 31, passed away in Riverside Hospital Saturday noon of burns received in her home in Dixie Valley, Tuesday. The body was removed to Hat Creek where Indian funeral services were conducted today in the Indian Cemetery. Coroner .W. Morrill investigated the death Monday and found the lady while alone had fallen into a camp fire and received first and second degree burns which resulted in her death three days later. [Lassen Advocate Date: March 19, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley]
Nov 27, 1953
Robt. Benaderet Injured Tuesday, Dies Yesterday Robert Benaderet, Jr., who was injured in an accident at the Fruit Growers Supply Company plant Tuesday, died yesterday in a local hospital. He was 26. Company officials said it was an industrial accident involving a jitney. Mr. Benaderet was rushed to the hospital in critical condition with a concussion of the brain. He is survived by his father Robert J. and brother Frank, both of San Francisco; and three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Hertzig, Susanville, Mrs. Kenneth Hill, West Inglewood, N.J., and Beatrice Benaderet, San Francisco. Services will be held at the L.D.S. Chapel, McDow and Main Streets, Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 1:30 p.m., Bishop Grant W. Poulsen officiating. Interment will follow at Lassen Cemetery, Owen Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. [Lassen Advocate Date: Nov 27, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Augustus Bishop Is Buried With Military Honors
Funeral services were held yesterday for Augustus Bishop, at 3:00 p.m. in the Methodist Church. Mr. J.A. Pardee read the Masonic lodge ritual as Reverend E.L. Spaulding acted as chaplain for the lodge. The following lodges attended in bodies: Eastern Star, Court of Amaranth, Knights Templar, Jobs Daughters, DeMolay, Elks and American Legion. Interment was in the 'Elks Rest' in Lassen Cemetery during which the American Legion fired a salute at the grave. Taps was played for the deceased by Teddy Rodgers. Pallbearers were: C.H. Vincent, A.L. Lucero, Dan Moran, Elton S. Millar, W.E. Hunt and W.V. Hardy. Bishop was a very prominent lodge member and well known throughout the county. The Methodist Church was filled to capacity with former friends who are saddened by his death. Many beautiful floral pieces were placed about the church, by his friends. Find A Grave Memorial# 46222840 . [Lassen Advocate Date: May 7, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley . ]
Tuesday, May 21, 1940
Charles Bouchard Tick Fever Victim
Charles Bouchard passed away at 7:15 Sunday morning in the Riverside hospital from tick fever. Bouchard, 50 years of age, was a native of Lassen County, having been born and raised at Janesville. He leaves his wife Olive, two sons, Maynard and Duane, one sister, Josie Johnson of Janesville and an uncle, Archie Ganyon of Susanville. He owned and operated a store at Standish and had the post office there since 1919. He was a member of the Standish Native Sons and the Thomas Tucker Post 204 of the American Legion. Funeral services were held today in the Methodist Church by the Reverend Spaulding. Interment was in the Janesville Cemetery. The pall bearers were Lloyd Wood, Fred Johnson, Les McColm, Ralph Ganyon, Fred Ganyon, Geo. Elledge. Find A Grave Memorial# 82543538 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 21, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Tuesday, June 11, 1940
Marion Bringham Called By Death In Daughters Home
Marion C. Bringham passed away this morning after a lingering illness at the home of his daughter Mrs. T.A. Craine, 919 Foss St. Mr. Bringham was born in Nebraska City, Neb., in 1857 and came to Plumas county with his parents at the age of 3. They were among the first settlers in Sierra Valley. He was married to Harriet Trimble in 1877. She passed away in 1883. He owned the hotel in Beckwourth for a number of years. He has been a resident of Susanville for 21 years, operating a service station on Richmond road for 8 years. He is the father of Mrs. Mabel Craine, Susanville; Grace Bringham, deceased; Robert A. Bringham, Los Angeles; Jesse G. Bringham, Vallejo, Calif. Funeral services will be conducted in the Morrill Chapel Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Beckwourth Cemetery at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Lassen Advocate Friday, June 14, 1940
Funeral Services Are Held For M.C. Bringham Funeral services for Marion Castor Bringham who passed away June 11th were held Thursday morning at 10 p.m. (paper mis-print) in the Morrill Mortuary Chapel. Rev. E.S. Spaulding of the Susanville Baptist Church officiated. Sacred music was rendered on the Chapel Organ by Mrs. C.W. Morrill. Interment was in the Whispering Pines Cemetery near Portola under the direction of the Morrill Mortuary. Pall Bearers were: G. Trumble, R. Marden, H. Ross, E. Ross, C. Ross and R. Ross. Find A Grave Memorial# 15825247. [ Lassen Advocate Date: June 11, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Tuesday, May 14, 1940
J.W. Broadwell Laid To Rest Masonic services were read yesterday by J.A. Pardee, who as assisted by Reverend P.C. Knudson, at the funeral of J.W. Broadwell in the Methodist Church. Mrs. C.W. Morrill sang and Mrs. Ben Cunningham was at the console of the organ. Pallbearers were: Elmer Winchell, Charles DeForest, Leslie McColm, Orlo Bailey and Will Bailey, (unreadable) Ramsey. Find A Grave Memorial# 37785590 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 14, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
BROOKHART, ADELLA CLARK
Elderly Woman is Taken By Death
Mrs. Adella Clark Brookhart passed away Monday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edith Broady, on Richmond Road at the age of 88 years and 11 months. She was born in Brighton, Ia., and had made her home here for the past twelve years. In addition to the daughter here, others surviving include a son, Arthur Broady, Colfax, Washington; two daughters, Mrs. Lettie Stephenson, Jefferson, Ore., and Mrs. Luella Harp, Cascade, Ida., 18 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held this morning at 11 a.m. conducted by Rev. E.R. Gomes. The body was taken to Salem, Ore., for final services and interment will be in the family plot in Jefferson. Find A Grave Memorial# 35630529 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 9, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
BURTON, THOMAS W.
Services Held for Thomas W. Burton
Final services for Thomas William Burton, 53, who died at a local hospital on Friday morning, were held from the Owen Chapel this morning at ten o'clock with Rev. Hartzell Buckner officiating. Interment was in the Janesville Cemetery. The pallbears were Robert Bass, George Bennett, David Bass, Elbert Spraker, Joe T. Harris and Carl S. Orchard. [*Pallbears was misspelled in the actual obit. Lassen Advocate , July 20, 1953 Submitter Jana Stanley ]
Lassen Advocate Friday, July 18, 1953
Thomas W. Burton Services Pending Thomas William Burton died at a local hospital early this morning. Final arrangements are in charge of the White Mortuary. The deceased is survived by three brothers, Ben, Susanville, Jack, Johnstonville, and Voyle, Fresno; one sister, Mrs. Lucy Hole, Fresno, and his stepfather, Emery Owens, Janesville. Find A Grave Memorial# 84086949
CHRISTIE, GRACE DILL
Rites Held for Mrs. G. Christie
Graveside services for Mrs. Grace Dill Christie, who passed away at a Berkeley hospital after a long illness was held at the Susanville cemetery yesterday afternoon at three o'clock with the local chapter of Eastern Star officiating. Mrs. Christie was a native of Wendel, Calif. She and her husband, the late J.I. Christie, formerly resided in Susanville. Mr. Christie operating the Christie Furniture Store for many years. For the past five years she made her at Berkeley. She was a member of the Susanville chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and Native Daughters of the Golden West. She was the first guardian of Job's Daughters Bethel 46 and a past royal matron of the Court of Amaranth. She leaves a son, Fay Christie, Walnut Grove, and a daughter, Merle Downing, Berkeley; two sisters, Mollie Dill, San Fransciso, and Nettie Doyle, Berkeley; a brother, William Dill, Richmond, and four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Find a Grave#22616435 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 12, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Tuesday, January 23, 1940
Charles Cleveland Passes On
Charles Cleveland passed away at the County Hospital late Saturday evening. He was 61 years old and a native of Port Huron, Mich. He had no known relatives in the West. Graveside services were conducted this morning in the Lassen Cemetery by Rev. P.C. Knudson. [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 23, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
John Codemo, 57, Passes Yesterday John Codemo, 57, owner of the French Laundry, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. The body will be taken to San Francisco on Sunday. Entombment services will be held at the Cypress Lawn Memorial Mausoleum on Monday morning at nine o'clock with Homer Owen of the White Mortuary officiating. The deceased was born Nov. 25, 1895. A resident of California for 39 years, he had resided in Susanville for the past six years. He is survived by his wife Marie, at the home, 2319 Main Street; a son, David Codemo, Susanville, and a daughter, Mrs. William Quadrio, Westwood. Also surviving are one brother in Italy and several nieces and nephews. [Lassen Advocate , July 18, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
COFFIN, WILLIAM BROWN
Lassen Advocate Friday, February 16, 1940
Aged Resident Passes On; No Known Relatives
William Brown Coffin, 77, passed away Wednesday night in a local hospital. He has resided in Lassen county about 19 years, much of the time employed by Camille Frizzie. There are no known relatives in this section of the country. Graveside services were held this afternoon at 3 o'clock, followed by interment in Lassen cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 82401909 [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 16, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Tuesday, May 28, 1940
Last Surviving Charter Member Passes Away
Mrs. Esther Cohn, formerly a resident of Susanville, passed away in San Francisco Wednesday of last week, the funeral being held Friday. Her late husband, Jacob Cohn, operated a store here 30 years ago at the corner of Main and Lassen streets. Mrs. Cohn was the last surviving charter member of Social Rebekah Lodge, instituted in Susanville in 1886, a highly educated woman and had many devoted friends here. [Lassen Advocate Date: May 28, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
COXEN, FREIDA M.
Tuesday, June 11, 1940
10 Months Old Daughter Passes After Illness
Freida Marie Coxen passed away in the Westwood Hospital, after a month's illness. She was the ten months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Coxen of Westwood. Beside her parents, she is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Lenna, Cela, Theresa, Wanita, Lily, Chester, Dale, Basil, Farris, and Earl. Find A Grave Memorial# 61153332 [Lassen Advocate Date: June 11, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Services at Portola for Jesse J. Cullen Funeral services for Jesse J. Cullen, 53, former Susanville resident, were held on Sunday, Aug. 15 at Portola with interment following in the family plot in the Portola Cemetery. Cullen died last Wednesday in the Washoe Medical Center, Reno, of complications following surgery. He is survived by three brothers, Harold and Ralph, Portola, and Robert, Sparks. [Sugar Pine Press Vol 39 #32 Aug. 19, 1954. Submitted by Jana Stanley]
Tuesday, January 16, 1940 Volume 75, Number 131
Mother of Lassen Judge Passes On
Judge Ben. V. Curler was called to Reno Friday, January 12, by the passing of his mother, Daisy Deen Vogel Curler, wife of Judge Ben F. Curler of Reno. She had been ill for some time. Surviving, in addition to the husband and son, are two daughters, Mrs. Mollie Gilbert, Gilbert, Nev., and Mrs. Augusta Nicols of Reno. A brother, Dr. T.A. Vogel, lives in San Francisco. Mrs. Curler was a native of Mississippi, but had lived in Nevada 48 years. [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 16, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
CUSTIS, JOHN W.
Death Claims Doyle Resident
John W. Custis passed away at his home in Doyle Sunday morning ar 4 o'clock. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora A. Custis, and two children, Ernest F. Custis of Doyle, and Mrs. Lola Jellison, Sacramento. Mr. Custis came to the Doyle community in 1897 and has engaged in farming in that community most of the time since. He is a native of Ohio, aged 75 years. Funeral services were held this afternoon in the Morrill Chapel by Rev. R.G. Green of Janesville. Mrs. J.C. McQueen furnished sacred music. Interment was in the Janesville Cemetery. The pallbearers were H.H. Sewell, Guy Jellison, R.L. Barham, John Jellison, H.E. Custis, and E.C. Lloyd. Find A Grave Memorial# 37597459 [Lassen Advocate Date: March 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
DAKIN, ELSIE MAY
Mrs. Dakin, Local Old-timer, Rites
Mrs. Elsie May Dakin, 77, died Tuesday in her home at 112 Riverside. Mrs. Dakin was born May 17, 1874, in Josephine county, Or., the daughter of Charles and Sarah Hartson. She was married Mar. 20, 1892, to Clarence E. Dakin. In 1895 Mrs. Dakin and her husband moved to their ranch home near Standish, residing there until November, 1943, when they disposed of their ranch property and moved to Susanville. Mrs. Dakin was a loyal member of the Rebekah lodge having joined the order in Janesville 50 years ago. At the time of her death she was a member of Social Rebekah Lodge No. 101 of Susanville. She is survived by her daughter Sarah Leota Bigelow, of Susanville; and two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Holmes of Susanville and Mrs. Hattie Theodore of Gridley. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Susanville Methodist church, with the Social Rebekah Lodge officiating. Interment will be in Lassen cemetery. White Mortuary is directing funeral arrangements. Find A Grave Memorial# 39487763 [Lassen Advocate Thursday, February 14, 1952 . Submitted by Jana Stanley]
Lingering Illness Fatal to Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Isabell Davis passed away at a local hospital after a lingering illness of eight months, Saturday night. She leaves her husband, Basil L. Davis, and three children - Charlotte, Dorothy and Wesley, all of Janesville, and a brother, Thomas Holo of Spring Garden. She has resided in Lassen County for 23 years. Mrs. Davis was 46 years old and a native of Redding, California. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 1:30 in the Morrill Mortuary followed by services by Rev. Elmore McMurphy, Clifford Knox, Jud Kinney, Albert McMurphy. Interment was in Janesville Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 83184049. [Lassen Advocate Date: March 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
DILLINGER, MRS. ROBERT
Illness Fatal To Mrs. R. Dillinger
Word was received in Susanville of the death of Mrs. Robert Dillinger in Oakland Monday morning. Mr. Dillinger Sr. was called last Thursday and was at her bedside when the end came. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Dillinger left today for Oakland to attend the funeral. [Lassen Advocate Date: March 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
DIXON, EARLE L.
Friday, May 31, 1940
Heart Attack Fatal To Earle L. Dixon
Mr. Earle L. Dixon, a resident of Westwood for 27 years, passed away in the Westwood Hospital Thursday morning of a heart ailment. Mr. Dixon is survived by his wife, Minnie C. Dixon, and a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Bailey, of San Mateo; Loius E. and Harold Dixon, both of Westwood and one sister, Mrs. Laura Wall, Denver, Colo. Mr. Dixon came to Westwood in the very beginning of the Westwood operations and has continued in their employ for the past 27 years. He is a native of Ohio, aged 70 years. Funeral services will be conducted in the People's Church Saturday at 2 p.m. by Rev. Jas. Murray. Interment will be in the Westwood Cemetery. Pallbearers include James Taylor, Jay Norton, Claude Parker, Gene Kruger, Geo. Becker and G.M. Goodridge. Find A Grave Memorial# 22535717 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 31, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
DODGE, CARL F.
Carl F. Dodge Dies In Reno
From Ailment Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Carl F. Dodge, Sr., 58, head of the Dodge Brothers Construction Company, of Fallon. He died Tuesday after an illness of several years. He had spent the last five months at a Reno hospital because of heart ailment. Dodge and his late brother, Robert Dodge, came to Nevada from their native state of Iowa and after several years in Gold-field, purchased large ranching interests north of Susanville. Dodge was well known here and had many friends who are saddened by his leaving. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Buena Reed Dodge; a son, Carl F. Dodge, Jr.; a daughter, Marlea M. Dodge; and his mother, Mrs. Emily C. Dodge of Fallon. Find A Grave Memorial# 66350449 [Lassen Advocate Date: Apr 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
J. S. (Sam) Dotson Dies in Sacramento
J. S. (Sam) Dotson, well known Susanville resident, died at the Sutter Hospital, Sacramento, yesterday about 2 p.m., it was learned here today. He would have been 52 years old tomorrow. Dotson was a native of Marlow, Oklahoma, and came to Susanville in 1910. He was a partner in the Susanville Logging Company and for many years was very active in community projects and well known as a civic leader. He is survived by his wife, Madelyn; his mother, Mrs. J.L. Dotson, Gridley; a brother, Vernon, Susanville; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Marie Felts, Gridley, Mrs. Jewell Lombardi, Palo Alto, and Mrs. Margaret Barbee, Susanville; and by five nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held in Sacramento in East Lawn Chapel and entombment in East Lawn Cemetery, Wednesday, at 2 p.m. Arrangements are in charge of the Andrews-Grelieh Funeral Home there. Find A Grave Memorial# 76635209 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 4, 1954 Submitters Name: Jana ]
EATON, THEODORE WALTER
Logging Accident Proves Fatal To Westwood Man
36 Foot Log Crushes Worker Saturday A.M. Theodore Walter Eaton, 34 years old and a native of Arkansas, was killed accidentally about 8:45 a.m. Saturday while working as a loader at the Fruit Growers supply co. logging operation near Westwood. When a truck moved from the loading platform, a log about 36 feet long and about two feet in diameter rolled off, striking and crushing him. He died instantly. Eaton resided at 622 Elm street, Westwood, and had been employed by the Fruit Growers Supply co. for the past five years. He is survived by hs wife, Vella Eaton; daughter, Dora Violet, ten; Walter Lee, eight; and daughter Charolette June, one. Other survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Eaton of San Leandro; brothers, Amos of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Albert, Westwood, Eugene, Arkansas, Ronald, San Leandro; sisters, Mrs. Alice Heath and Mrs. Johnny Smith, both of Waterford, Calif. Services will be held in the People's church at Westwood tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. Rev. Raymond of the People's church and the Loyal Order of Moose will officiate jointly. Interment will be in Westwood cemetery under the direction of the White Mortuary of Susanville. Find A Grave Memorial# 22535730 [Lassen Advocate Aug 29, 1950 Front page. Submitted by Jana Stanley.]
EAYRS, BEN E.
Tuesday Feb 13, 1940
Remains Brought Here For Funeral
Funeral services were conducted for Ben E. Eayrs by E.L. Spaulding, Baptist Minister, in the Morrill and Hornshuh Chapel Saturday afternoon, Sacred music was furnished by Chester D. Mathews, accompanied by Mrs. Louise Morrill. Intermnet services were conducted in the Lassen Cemetery by the Independent Order of Oddfellows. Pallbearers included Ed Jellison, R.L. Winchester, Geo. Du Praw, W.L. Hyatt, George Lacey and Shirley Stampfli. Mr. Eayrs is survived by his wife Mrs. Ida May Eayrs of Grass Valley and the following children; Jessie Lee Eayrs, Klamath Falls, Ore., Mrs. Helen Franklin, Grass Valley; Mrs. Gladys Jette, Missoula, Montana, and Howard E. Eayrs, Klamath Falls; also the following brothers and sisters: Perry Eayrs, Klamath Falls; Clifford Eayrs, Rexford, Montana; Charles and Clarence Eayrs, Kalipel (city hard to read), Mont.; Mrs. Bertha Collor, Rexford, Mont.; Mrs. Maud (unreadable), Portlsteh, Ida; Mrs. Rena Swanson, Montesano, Wash.; two grandchildren. Mr. Eayrs had resided in Grass Valley for the past year but prior to that time spent about 8 years in Susanville. He passed away at his home Wednesday night. He was 68 years old and a native of Palmyra, Michigan. . Find A Grave Memorial# 82404874 [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 13, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Friday, June 14, 1940
David Edenholm Funeral Services Held Wednesday
Impressive funeral services for David Richard Edenholm were held in the Susanville Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. Richard was the only son of the late David and Emma Edenholm, prominent Susanville residents for many years. At the time of his death, Richard was attending Oregon University at Eugene, Oregon. The Susanville Chapter of DeMolay had charge of the services. Officers who assisted in the services were: Master Conciler, Ivor French; Senior Conciler, Walter Taylor; Junior Conciler, William Hill; Senior Deacon, Alfeo Dal Favero; Marshal, Howard Taylor, and Chaplain, Eugene Kayser. Casket Bearers were: Neil Wemple, Frank Packwood, Marvin Hornshuh, Carol Keller, Robert Middleton, and Robert Fremd. Sacred music was rendered on the pipe organ by Mrs. Lula Crimmer, Organist of Reno, Nevada. Selections played were: Largo from New World Symphony; Massenets Elegy, and Counouds Ave Marie. Rev. R.C. Green of Janesville assisted the local Chapter of DeMolay at the church and had the Committal service at the grave. Burial was in the Susanville Cemetery beside his late mother and father, Emma Edenholm and David Edenholm. The services were under the direction of the Morrill Mortuary of Susanville. Find A Grave Memorial# 22616561 [Lassen Advocate Date: June 14, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
EDENHOLM, EMMA IONA
Beloved Mother Called by Death Sun. Morning
Death came to Mrs. Emma Iona Edenholm, 44, Sunday morning at the Riverside Hospital at 5:22 o'clock after a lingering illness.
She was the wife of the late David Edenholm, a mortician in Susanville for 14 years, and Coroner and Public Administrator of Lassen County for 18 years.
Mrs. Edenholm was born in Longview, Washington, coming to Lassen county 24 years ago, she resided in Westwood for 12 years where she was employed as Cashier in the Red River Lumber Company's store. Here she met David Edenholm, manager of the men's furnishing department, and they were married January 1, 1917.
Mrs. Edenholm was very active in lodge work, being Past Royal Marton of Court of Amaranth, Honey Lake Court No. 1, and also a member of the Hesperian Chapter Order of Eastern Star No. 112. She was active in church work and a member of the Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church.
Mrs. Edenholm had been residing for the past year and half in Eugene, Oregon to be with her son Richard, who is attending the University of Oregon. Both she and her son came here a week before Easter to spend the Easter holidays with her sister-in-law Mrs. Alfred Anderson and family of 707 Union street. She had been here only a week before she was taken to the hospital.
Besides her son, Richard, the deceased is survived by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Derrick, three brothers, Charles, George, and Lyman Derrick, all residents of Oregon.
The passing of Mrs. Edenholm brings a close the life of a woman dearly loved by her many friends both in Susanville and Westwood. The funeral took place at 2 p.m. this afternoon from the Methodist Church. She was laid to rest in the Susanville Cemetery beside her husband who proceded her in death by almost three years. Rev. R.G. Green officiated. the pallbearers included J.A. Pardee, Gus Bishop, Claude Hunter, F.O. Wemple, E.P. Honsberger, J. Baker McQueen. Funeral arrangements were made by the Morrill Mortuary. Find A Grave Memorial# 22616562 [Lassen Advocate Date: April 9, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley Obit: Lassen Advocate Tuesday, April 9, 1940 ]
Death Strikes In Susanville Again Taking A. Farris Abraham Farris passed away at 1:30 Thursday morning, at his home 1409 Richmond Road, after an illness of two weeks. Mr. Farris was a native of Syria, aged 65 years. Coming to the United States 49 years ago, he has resided in Lassen County for the past 28 years, proprietor of a general merchandise store for that length of time. When he first came here his store was on Main Street where the Menth hardware is now located, but he has had a store on the Richmond Road for about 26 1/2 years. Besides his wife, Tala, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Rafa Perez of Greenville, William Farris of Susanville, Farris A. Farris of Eureka, and Reid and John Farris, Susanville. There are also four brothers: Mendor Farris of San Francisco, and George, Kenine and Kaidy Farris of New York. Funeral services will be held at the Morrill Chapel, Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Interment in Lassen Cemetery. Rosary will be spoken at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the Morrill chapel. [Lassen Advocate Date: April 19, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
FERRIS, ORVIS S.
Orvis S. Ferris Suddenly Passes
Orvis S. Ferris passed away suddenly at his home three miles south of Doyle Saturday evening. He complained in the evening of not feeling well, so retired early and passed away about 30 minutes after retiring. He was born in Plumas County 69 years ago and came to Lassen County when he was seven years old. He has resided here ever since with his the exception of about 17 years engaged in mining in the north. Since his return to Lassen County 30 years ago he has resided in the Doyle section and engaged in cattle raising, ranching and dairying. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Emma Ferris, and the following children: Mrs. Mary Oatman, Standish; Mrs. Nellie Feour, Las Vegas, Nev.; Edwin Ferris, Pyramid, Nevada; Mrs. Luella Plumb, Reno, Nev.; Dan Orvis Jr., and Laura Ferris, Doyle; one brother, George Ferris, Reno, Nev; one sister, Mrs. Evelyn Robinson, Doyle, and 12 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Doyle Methodist Church by Rev. R.G. Green. Mrs. James McQueen furnished sacred music. Interment was made in the Doyle Cemetery under the direction of Morrill & Hornshuh. Find A Grave Memorial# 12772659 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 23, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
FOX, MRS. LENA
Funeral Services Monday Afternoon For Mrs. Lena Fox Funeral services for Mrs. Lena Margaret Fox, wife of Carl H. Fox, were held Monday afternoon at the Morrill Chapel. Services in the chapel and at the grave in Janesville Cemetery were conducted by Rev. Father Moran of the Catholic Church, and were attended by many friends, including the P.T.A. of Honey Lake Valley of which she had been in active member, and associates of Mr. Fox from the Lassen Advocate. Many beautiful floral pieces decorated the casket, tributes from the many friends in token of sympathy for the family and relatives of one highly esteemed. The pallbearers were Bert Hostetter, W.T. Bailey, H.J. Clark, J.P. Barham, L.S. Bigelow and Ross Draper. Find A Grave Memorial# 71879434 . [Lassen Advocate Date: April 30, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
FRIZZIE, HAZEL M.
Friday, May 10, 1940
Former Resident Called By Death Mrs. Hazel Marie Frizzie, 45, wife of Camille Frizzie of Dixie Canyon, passed away last Friday at 8:30 p.m. She had been a resident of Dixie Canyon for nine years. The deceased formerly resided in Susanville, having lived here from 1921 to 1931. She is survived by her husband Camille Frizzie and by four children, Garland, Margaret, Frances and Therisa Frizzie. Also a brother, Earl Young of Klamath Falls, Ore. Resitation of Rosary was said Sunday evening at 7:30 in the Morrill Chapel. Mass was said for the Repose of Her Soul Monday morning at 10 a.m. at Sacred Hear Catholic Church of Susanville. Many Susanville friends accompanied the body to Reno where it was entombed in a mausoleum. Those who made the trip were: Camille Frizzie, Garland, Frances, and Therese Frizzie, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Frizzie, Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moran, Mrs. W.T. Scanlon, Mrs. O. Lindquist, R.J. Williams, Hardin Barry, Frank Rosso, Milton and Raymond Mallery. Pallbearers were: Dan Moran, Stanley Arnold, Raymond Mallery, R.J. Williams, Hardin Barry and R.B. Mueller. *The daughter's name is spelled different in different parts of the obit. Find A Grave Memorial# 36188345 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 10, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
GOODFELLOW, WILLIAM A.
Wm. A. Goodfellow Funeral Services This Afternoon
Hovering between life and death for several days, William Arthur Goodfellow passed away Wednesday night at his home on Pine Street. He was born in Plumas County 61 years ago, had lived in Lassen County 55 years, and upon reaching manhood engaged in ranching and kindred activities, at various times being located in Willow Creek Valley, Johnstonville and Westwood until retirement about 10 years ago. More than 30 years ago while operating a dairy on the Arnold estate near Susanville he was first to introduce sanitary milk bottle in Susanville, displacing the pans, crocks, or pails into which the milkman poured from his can by dipper. Later for a period of five years, Mr. Goodfellow was engaged in the butcher business in Westwood. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Alta Goodfellow, and eight sons and daughters; Thomas A. Goodfellow and Mrs. Gladys Scott of Burney; Wm. Arthur Jr. of Susanville; Charles, David and Lola May Goodfellow of Burney; Mrs. Eleanor Bangle of Susanville, Mrs. Dorothy Dunkle of Central Valley and Mrs. Francis Tryon of Tacoma, Wash. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon from the Morrill and Hornshuh chapel at 2 o'clock by E. L. Spaulding, Baptist Minister, and Mrs. C.W. Morrill assisted with appropriate musical numbers. Pallbearers were John Ruff, Henry Rush, John Conlin, Sam Sutton, Oscar Woods, and Bert Carmen. Interment was in the Susanville Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 22616645 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
HALEY, DORA MARY
Old Susanville Resident Passes to Great Beyond Mrs. Dora Mary Haley passed away Tuesday night at the age of 45 years, 7 months, and 8 days. She was the daughter of Susan E. Arnold, and a sister of M. R. Arnold. Dora Mary Arnold, daughter of A.T. Arnold and Susan E. Arnold, was born in Susanvile, May 13, 1876. She was united in marriage at Redwood City, Calif., to Frank Haley, May 1917. She was living in San Francisco at the time of her marriage and for the last two years of her life she has lived in Susanville. For nearly three years she was an invalid. Her husband, Frank Haley, a sister, Mrs. Susie Allison of Los Angeles, three brothers, I.N. Arnold of Chico, M.R. and Carl Arnold of Susanvile, survive her. Mrs. Haley was a member of the Order of Eastern Star and of the Daughters of Rebecca, a believer in the doctrines of the Methodist church. Her sufferings were great and at times hard to bear. She believed in Him who hath brought light and immortality to light through the Gospel. Burial will take place this afternoon from the Methodist Episcopal church in Susanville. Find A Grave Memorial# 22616664 [Lassen Advocate Date: Dec 1921 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Tuesday, May 21, 1940
Life Ends For Valley Pioneer
Floyd Hoffman Answers Final Summons At Buntingville Home After an illness of several months, Floyd B. Hoffman, 76, passed away at his home in Buntingville Saturday morning, near the spot where he was born August 4, 1863. With the exception of a few years spent in Pacific Grove, his entire life was spent in Honey Lake Valley, within a quarter of a mile of birthplace. Always a fine man and farseeing, he readily identified himself with substantial developments and played no small part in the upbuilding of his community. He withheld support from the Eagle Lake irrigation system and the experience of the past 20 years has shown the wisdom of his attitude. He built the Buntingville telephone system 30 years ago and has maintained it through all the years, good and bad, providing one of the great conveniences for his fellow ranchers, ofttimes and for long periods the consciousness of serving his friends throughout the valley being his only reward. Left to mourn are the widow, Mrs. Ella Hoffman; a sister, Mrs. Carrie E. Spoon of Pacific Grove; two sons, Gordon S. of San Jose and Lloyd D. Hoffman of Buntingville; four daughters, Mrs. Gladys DeForrest of Susanville, Mrs. Rosetta Allison of Buntingville, Mrs. Beatrice Hill of Buntingville, Mrs. Vivian Stiles of Susanville, 11 grandchildren, and many friends as there were acquaintances of Floyd B. Hoffman. Funeral services were held Monday in the Methodist Church in Susanville with the Reverend R.G. Green, E.R. Gomes, and P.O. Knudson in charge. The deceased was buried in the Janesville Cemetery. Pall Bearers were: J.W. Dakin, C.E. Dakin, Louis Drotis, Ralph King, J.P. Barham and J.G. Stiles. Find A Grave Memorial# 37961379 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 21, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Indian Girl, Nine, Dies In Hospital
Marie Jackson, Indian, died Sunday morning at 7:50 in Lassen County hospital, at the age of nine years. She was bon in Willow Creek district and leaves her mother Mrs. Mabel Jackson. Interment will be by Morrill Mortuary Tuesday afternoon in the Indian Cemetery in Willow Creek. [Lassen Advocate Date: April 9, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Susanville, CA January 12, 1957 Mrs. Ila Kelley Dies at Oakland Funeral services were held recently at Oakland for Mrs. Ila May Kelley, 61, wife of Dr. Fredrick E. Kelley, Merced dentist. Mrs. Kelley had gone to Oakland to visit friends and died on Dec. 23 following a heart attack while on a shopping trip. Interment was in Oakland. The deceased was a native of Susanville, the former Ila May Zimmerman, sister-in-law of Mrs. Jim Mapes. Dr. and Mrs. Kelley moved to Merced from Oakland two years ago. She was past president of the Diamond Athletic club and a member of Merced Women's club. Survivors are her husband and three sons, Jack, Robert, and Eugene and four grandchildren.
Maiden name was Zimmerman. [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 12, 1957 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Friday, June 14, 1940
Death Summons Zoa Alta King
(From Chico Enterprise)
Zoa Alta King, a resident of this community for the past 36 years, passed away early Tuesday morning at her home on South Normal avenue. She was born in Beiber, California, November 17, 1877, and has lived in Chico for the past 36 years. Her husband was one of the supervisors of Lassen county for over eight years. He passed away about 17 years ago. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Carmen Hawkins of Chico, one sister, Mrs. Maud Houk of Durham, two brothers, John and Jess Perkins, of Chico. Seven nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock. As residents of Lassen county, Geo. King served as supervisor for a period of eight years from Big Valley and was chairman of the board in 1911. Find A Grave Memorial# 60775473 [Lassen Advocate Date: June 14, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Friday, May 31, 1940
Old Timer Passes On In Hospital
John Kippenberger, 75 years of age, passed away at the Lassen General Hospital Thursday morning of diabetes. Kippenberger had been a resident of Susanville for the past 15 years. He retired a couple of years ago, after many years in the employ of A. Ray Needham. The deceased has no known relatives in this country although there is a brother and sister who came to the United States with him 66 years ago from Germany. Graveside services were held here Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Lassen Cemetery, but the Reverend J. C. Knudson. Find A Grave Memorial# 82494971 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 31, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
LEWIS, Mrs. W.H.
Sunday October 5, 1953
Services are Held for Mrs. W. Lewis Final services for Mrs. Walker H. Lewis, 63, who died at the Riverside Hospital pn Tuesday after an extended illness, were held from the Owen Chapel Friday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. Hartzell E. Buckner officiating. Interment was in Lassen Cemetery. Glenn H. Long sang two solos, 'God Will Take Care of You' and 'Beyond the Sunset' with Alfreda Cunningham accompanying at the organ. The pallbearers were T.M. Ramsey, J.P. Hamilton, S.V. Glenn Jr., D.D. Farming, J.M. Carson and Clayton Kimes.
Lassen Advocate Wed. September 30, 1953
Final Services for Mrs. Walker H. Lewis, 63, 1505 Cornell Street, Susanville who died at the Riverside Hospital yesterday noon after an extended illness, will be held from the Owen Chapel pn Friday afternppn at two o'clock with Rev. Hartzell E. Buckner officiating. Interment will be in Lassen Cemetery. The deceased was born Aug., 19, 1890, at Cedarville, Ark., and had resided in California for the past 16 years. She is survived by her husband, Walker H., at the home; a son, Charles E., Susanville; four brothers, Jim Spencer, Sacramento, Everett Spencer, Los Angeles, and John and Harlan Spencer, Fort Smith, Ark.; three sisters, Leola Poe, Porterville, Calif., Mary Carson, Susanville and Retha Rosell, Tulsa, Okla. Find A Grave Memorial# 74925128[ Lassen Advocate Date: Oct 5, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Thursday, Jan 22, 1953
Mrs. Susanna Long Services Friday
Funeral services for Mrs. Susanna Long, 77, will be held Friday in the Methodist church at 2 p.m. with Rev. Hartzell Buckner officiating. Interment will be in the Susanville Cemetery. Mrs. Long died at her home, 608 Pine Street, January 21. She was a native of Marysville, Calif., and had lived in Susanville for the past 63 years. Survivors include two sons, Walter, Visalia, and George, Mapa.; a daughter, Mrs. Rosanna Agee, Susanville; a sister, Mrs. Fanny Winchester, Susanville, and 12 grand children and seven great grandchildren. Find A Grave Memorial# 22616906 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 22, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Friday, Feb. 9, 1940
Burial Services for Mrs. Lunsford
Mrs. Sidney Lunsford, resident of Susanville during the past eight years, passed away at her home Tuesday night at the age of 66 years, 7 months, and 13 days. Six children survive: Dudley Leitaker, Archie Leitaker, Calvin, Bee and Herman Lunsford, all of Susanville, and Edna Lunsford of Healdton, Oklahoma. Funeral services were held from the Morrill & Hornshuh chapel Thursday afternoon, followed by interment in the Lassen Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 82405290 [Lassen State: CA Newspaper: Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 9, 1940 ]
MARDEN, JOHN B.
Friday, Feb. 2, 1940
Early Day Miner, Railroad Builder Succumbs, Age 90
John B. Marden passed away Wednesday noon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Wren. Had he lived until next August he would have reached the age of 90. Born in Devonshire, England, he came to America at the age of four years, when the family came to California by way of Panama, making the trip across the Isthmus on the first train in 1855. His parents settled in the gold region and he spent his early years mining. Mr. Marden was a member of the surveying corps which laid out the route of the first railroad running east from Sacramento - the Union Pacific transcontinental line. Later he lived in Arizona where he was engaged in mining and returned to California in 1904, making his hme in Greenfield, Monterey county. He has made his home since last June with his daughter in Susanville. He had been a member of the Masonic order since early manhood and also had an honorary Chinese degree in Masonry. Other surviving relatives are four sons - Wm. P. Marden, Tuscon, Arizona; J.S. and Harold F. Marden of Oroville, and Romie Marden of Susanville. Funeral services were conducted from the Morrill & Hornshuh chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock, followed by interment in the Lassen Cemetery. Pallbearers: Jack Holmes, Don Farris, Emory Herchberger, Jack Marden, Art Granade and Gus Kayrer. Find A Grave Memorial# 82407141 [Lassen Advocate Date: Friday, Feb 2, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Polk McDaniel Services Tuesday
Polk McDaniel, 71, 435 Richmond Road, Susanville, died at a local hospital on Saturday. Final services will be held from the Assembly of God Church on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock. The deceased was born March 12, 1891, in Missouri. He is survived by his wife, Julia Ann, at the home, and two sisters, Lottie Snyder, Susanville, and Martha Spurgeon, Sacramento. Arrangements are in charge of the Owen Mortuary, formerly the White Mortuary. Find A Grave Memorial# 56792715 [Lassen Advocate , July 20, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
MCILROY, JOHN JAMES
Lassen Advocate Friday, Feb 2, 1940
John James McIlroy, native of Shasta County, but a resident of Lassen county for more than 75 years, passed away Thursday about 2 o'clock at the home of his cousin, Frank Dawson, aged 84 years. His passing was due to infirmities of age, but until quite recently he was now and then seen on the streets with a keen interest in the activities of his old friends. He had been an "outdoor man" all of his life, generally following ranching and farming, one time for a period of years serving as county foreman. At one time he owned the Jensen ranch, now the property of County Agent T.S. Brown. As long as Susanville had baseball, he was one of the ardent followers of that game, giving it as one of his reasons for living in town. Mr. McIlroy never married. He is survived by a half brother, George R. Dobyns, of Susanville; a nephew, Charles Dobyns, and a niece, Mrs. Helen Brachere of Marysville, beside the family of his cousin whom he made his home during recent months. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Morrill & Hornbush Chapel, by E.L. Spaulding, Baptist minister. Interment will be made in the family plot in Susanville Cemetery. Pallbearers: Harry Ryan, Lee Musgrove, William Spalding, Shirley Stampfli, Frank Abbott and George Lacey. [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 2, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Tuesday, January 30, 1940
Father of Mrs. C.C. Doyle Passes On Last Night Word was received in Susanville of the death of J.R. Morrill, (father of Mrs. C.C. Doyle) last night at 11:30 o'clock in Sacramento. Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Doyle were called to Sacramento Sunday and were at his bedside when the end came. Burial will take place tomorrow from the Klump Mortuary in Sacramento. [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 30, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
OLSBERG, ALLEN E.
March 6, 1952
Susanville, CA A.E. Olsberg, 39, Dies in Bay Area News was received recently of the death Dec. 1 in Oakland of Allen E. Olsberg, former Big Valley resident. He was 39 years of age. The cause of death was reported to be heart trouble. Shortly before his death, Mr. Olsberg was released from the Oakland veterans administration hospital, where he had been under treatment. He was a member of the Waller-Woodmanses American Legion post in Beiber and had been employed for a number of years by the Edgerton Bros. Lumber co., Adin. Funeral services were held Dec. 3 at the Colonial Mortuary in Oakland. Find A Grave Memorial# 76785058 [Lassen Advocate Date: Mar 6, 1952 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Friday, Feb 2, 1940
Pneumonia Takes Another Victim
Henry Orchard, 67, of Litchfield, passed away this morning at Riverside Hospital of pneumonia. He was a native of Placer county and had lived in Lassen county since 1928. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. May Liskey and two brothers, Charles and Carl, all of Litchfield. Funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Morrill & Hornshuh Chapel, followed by interment in the family plot in Janesville cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 85209521 [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 2, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
Friday, January 26, 1940
Infant Son Taken By Grim Reaper Graveside services were held Wednesday afternoon for the infant son of Wendel and Donna Parsons, who passed away Tuesday night at 10:50 o'clock. Besides his parents he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Parsons of Richfield, Utah, and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Carter, of Sigurd, Utah. Milton Vandeburgn of the L.D.S. Church dedicated the grave in the Lassen Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Morrill-Hornshuh Funeral Home. [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan. 26, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana Stanley ]
PROFFITT, DAVID REED
Lassen Advocate Tuesday, February 13, 1940
David Reed Proffitt, 65, passed away suddenly at his home, 20 Upland street, Saturday afternoon of a heart attack. Attending the theatre, he complained of not feeling well, went across the street to the Labor Temple where medical aid was summoned. After being taken home he survived only a few minutes. Mr. Proffitt has lived in Susanville for the past 16 years, an employe of the Fruit Growers Supply Co. during the past 13 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Edna Proffitt, and sons and daughters as follows; William and Earl of Susanville; Mrs. Geneva Williams, Portola; Mrs. Edith Cyocca of Los Angeles; Mrs. Ruth Butner, Mrs. Eula Cooper, James, Peggy, Richard and Glenda Fern Proffitt, all of Susanville. One brother, William Proffitt, and two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Matter and Mrs. Katie Vincent, live in Perrygrove, Ark. Funeral services were conducted from the Morrill and Hornshuh chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by E.L. Spaulding, Baptist minister, with interment following in Lassen Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bert Robinson, J.W. Brown, Fred F. Jones, Charles Robinson, James D. Leitaker and J.V. Baker. Find A Grave Memorial# 82403001 [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 13, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Friday, May 31, 1940
Elna Randrup Is Laid To Rest This Morning Funeral services for Elna Randrup were held at 10 a.m. today in the Morrill Mortuary Chapel. The Reverend W.R. Mattison officiated. Mrs. Anna Mathison sang as Mrs. Alfreda Cunningham accompanied her at the console of the organ. Interment was in the Janesville Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Frank Wemple, (unreadable), L.H. McClelland, (unreadable), C.E. Dakin, and E.R. Spreker. [Lassen Advocate Date: May 31, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Lassen Advocate Tuesday, May 28, 1940
Mrs. Elna Randrup Lived Here 56 Yrs. Passes Away Today Mrs. Elna Randrup passed away at noon today, in the Riverside Hospital, at the age of 80. She came from Sweden 56 years ago as a young woman and has resided in Lassen county since. In recent years she has made her home with Mrs. Minnie McMurphy, a daughter, near Standish. Other children who survive her are: George Randrup, Doyle; Chas. Randrup, San Francisco; Miss Enima Randrup, Mrs. Esther McMurphy, both of Susanville, and Mrs. Helen Lloyd of Fresno. She is also survived by ten grandchildren and two great grand children. Funeral services will be announced later. Find A Grave Memorial# 37475748
ROSE, HALE WILLIAM
Aug 5, 1954
Services Are Held For Hale Wm. Rose Hale William Rose, 58, died at his home on Bonnie Way Avenue on Sunday at 6:40 p.m. after a long illness. Final services were held at the graveside in Lassen Cemetery yesterday afternoon at two o’clock with the local American Legion post in charge. The deceased was a native of Washington and had resided here for the past 27 years. He was a member of the A.F. of L. Carpenter’s Union. Surviving are his wife, Lena, one son Rodger, and three daughters, Grace, Ruby and Doris, all of Susanville. Find A Grave Memorial# 76434384 [Lassen Advocate Date: Aug , 1954 Submitters Name: Jana ]
STEWART, MATILDA E.
Mrs. M. E. Stewart Dies at Age of 74
Mrs. Matilda Elizabeth Stewart, died at a local hospital yesterday at 5:30 p.m. after an illness. She was 74. Mrs. Stewart was a native of Red Bluff, but had lived near Susanville for 57 years. She belonged to the First Baptist Church of Standish. She is survived by her husband, Charles M. Stewart, and two brothers, Charles E. and Elmer Hooks, all of Susanville, a sister, Mrs. Lena McCallister, Fernley, Nev., nine nieces and nine nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Owen Funeral Chapel Friday, Jan. 8 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Maurice L. Wilcox, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, officiating, Interment will follow at Lassen Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 76374538 [Lassen Advocate Date: Jan 6, 1954 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Aug. 19, 1954
Patrick Stewart Killed in Accident; Services Here Today
Patrick Thomas Stewart, 17, of Yuba City, a native of Susanville, was instantly killed Monday at about 9:45 p.m. when he was struck from behind while he and his companion were attempting to push their stalled pick-up truck over the 10th Street bridge between Marysville and Yuba City. Final services will be held from the First Methodist Church in Susanville this afternoon at two o’clock with interment following in Lassen County. The police reported Stewart was crushed against the tail gate of the truck, which was knocked 197 feet by the impact when a car driven by Andy B. Nichols of Yuba City rammed the machine. After treatment for minor injuries, Nichols was booked in the city jail for investigation. The police reported he had no operator’s license and admitted he had been drinking. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of Carlton Road, Yuba City, was a native of Susanville and lived here until two years ago when the family moved to Yuba City. He would have been a senior at Yuba City High School next month. He was a member of Troop 19, Boy Scouts of America, Susanville, and also a member of the Susanville Methodist Church. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are one sister, Margaret, and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Gail Stewart, Napa. Find A Grave Memorial# 72003602 [Lassen Advocate Date: Aug 19, 1954 Submitters Name: Jana ]
TAYLOR, OSCAR ROY
Aug. 19, 1954
Services Are Held Here Yesterday for Oscar Roy Taylor
Oscar Roy Taylor, 48, 255 Adeline Street, died at a local hospital at about 4:10 Sunday morning following a sudden illness. Final services were held from the Owen Funeral Chapel yesterday afternoon at two o;clock with Bishop Grant Poulsen officiating. Interment was in Lassen Cemetery. Solos were sung by Reed Davis, accompanied at the organ by Virginia Poulsen. Pallbearers were C. Karasek, Sam Potter, Earl D. Keele, Earl Shy, J.M. Gottfredson and E.M. Vance. The deceased was a native of Canada but a U.S. citizen. He was a veteran of two world wars. He was a proprietor of Roy’s-Fix-It Shop and local representative of the Railway Express Agency. Surviving are his wife, Marjorie, one son, Ronald, three daughters, Lavona K., Darlene Ann and Mrs. Janice Lyons, all of Susanville, and one brother, Warren Taylor, West Los Angeles. The services were in charge of the Owen Funeral Directors. Find A Grave Memorial# 76434953 [Lassen Advocate Date: Aug 19, 1954 Submitters Name: Jana ]
THOMAS, WILMER B.
Tuesday, May 28, 1940
Aged Miner 79 Is Laid To Rest
Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Morrill Mortuary Chapel for Wilmer B. Thomas who passed away sometime Saturday night at the age of 79. Thomas was a native of Holmesburg, Penn., and had lived on Diamond Mountain for the past six years. He was a mining engineer and had up to two years ago, leased the Arrowhead mine on the McDow property. Before coming to Susanville he had been connected with the real estate business in Reno. Saturday evening Thomas had complained of pains in his chest and retired early to his cabin. The next morning neighbors came to see how he felt and found his lifeless body. He is survived by his widow Mrs. Elizabeth B. Thomas and one son of Pocahontas, Ill., one sister, Mrs. M.C. Uberroth of Philadelphia, Penn., also survives him. Interment was in the Lassen Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 82542488 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 28, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
VANDERVATE, ELDSWORTH J.
Tuesday, May 14, 1940
Funeral Services Held In Westwood Funeral services were held this afternoon for Eldsworth J. VanderVate, 18, in the People's Church in Westwood, by Reverend James B. Murray. Graveside services were conducted by the Lassen Volcanic Odd Fellows Lodge No. 466. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Vandervate of Westwood. Burial was in the Odd Fellows' plot of the Westwood Cemetery. The deceased died last Thursday night in the Sanford-Lane Hospital in San Francisco. William Manes of the Morrill Mortuary went to San Francisco and brought the body back to Westwood. Find A Grave Memorial# 22536354 [Lassen Advocate Date: May 14, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
WILKERSON, JOAQUIN HENRY
Henry Wilkerson Funeral Here
Joaquin Henry Wilkerson passed away Sunday night in the Nye General Hospital at Tonopah, Nev. Mr. Wilkerson is a brother of Etta May Wilkerson of Janesville and Hanna J. Wilkerson of Roseville, Calif. He was born in Elsworth, Nevada June 6, 1873. Funeral Services will be conducted in the Morrill & Hornshuh Chapel Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. Rev. Porter C. Knudson officiating, with sacred music by Glenn Long. Interment will be in Susanville Cemetery. Find A Grave Memorial# 22611524 [Lassen Advocate Date: Feb 20, 1940 Submitters Name: Jana ]
Mrs. R. Winchester Services Pending Mrs. Robert L. Winchester, 55, a resident of Susanville for the past 37 years, died at the Riverside hospital at 6:30 a.m. this morning. Mrs. Winchester, who had been in ill health for many years, was taken to the hospital two days ago with pneumonia. The remains are at the White Mortuary pending final arrangements. The deceased was a native of Gardnerville, Nevada. The family had celebrated her birthday on Saturday. Survivor's include her husband, Robert L., one son, David, a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Barham, all of Susanville; her mother, Mrs. Sadie Hayes, and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Nelson, Reno; three brothers, Norman Brown, Smith, Nev., Granels Brown, Wellington, Nev., and Frey Brown, New York. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, Linda, Russell, and Jimmy Winchester, Sharon, Lawrence and Kenny Barham and Bobbie Winchester, all of Susanville. Find A Grave Memorial# 81067165 [Lassen Advocate Susanville, CA January 12, 1953. Submitted by Jana Stanley]
Wednesday, September 30, 1953
Services Held for Sarah Winchester
Final services for Mrs. Sarah Winchester, 90, who died on Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Wood, were held from the Susanville Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. Hartzell E. Buckner officiating. Members of the local Rebekah Lodge, of which the deceased was a member, had charge of graveside services at Susanville Cemetery. Two duets were sung by Glenn Long and Reed Davis. 'In the Garden' and 'Old Rugged Cross' with Mrs. Alfreda Cunningham accompanying at the organ. The pallbearers were David Winchester, LeRoy Winchester, Walter Sweeney, Leland Wood, Kenneth Barham, and Frank Corson. Find A Grave Memorial# 22611554 [Lassen Advocate Date: Sept 30, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana ]
July 13, 1953
Services Wednesday for William Young
Final services for William Frank Young, 75, who died at a local hospital yesterday, will be held from the Assembly of God Church on Wednesday morning at ten o'clock with Rev. Kenneth Carney of Susanville and Rev. Pat Ross of Westwood officiating. Interment will be in Lassen Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of White Mortuary. The deceased was a native of Kentucky. Surviving are his wife, Pearl, at the home, 442 Minckler Ave., Susanville; five sons, Clyde and Sol, Herlong, Clint Oakland, Harry, Westwood, and Doyle, Susanville; five daughters, Mrs. Jennie Duncan, Harrison, Ark,; Mrs. Mattie Jones, Baxter Springs, Kan,; Mrs. Vivian Lanier, Westville, Okla,; Mrs. Bess Jefferies, Westwood, and Mrs. Lillian Benner, Susanville. Also surviving are two sisters and one brother and 23 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Find A Grave Memorial# 20209505 [Lassen Advocate Date: July 13, 1953 Submitters Name: Jana ]
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