Trinity County, CA

His Suffering Over

After an illness of several years, Marshall Horace H. Lowden was taken from his earthly sphere on Wednesday, August 31
st. Deceased had an attack of paralysis about eight years ago, which at first was very slight, affecting his lower extremities only. As time passed, his disease became more severe until he became unable to walk about, notwithstanding the best medical aid procurable on this coast was had. An invalid chair was now brought into requisition and with this he was enabled to wheel himself about the house, and with some assistance move around out of doors. This was enjoyed but a short time when his hands and arms became affected to such an extent that he became a helpless invalid. For the last few months, he was confined to his bed and suffered many deaths before the good Angel came to take him to his final resting place. Marshall Horace Lowden was born in Massachusetts on the 22nd day of October, 1834. He came to this county in ’52 and, until he settled on what is known as the Lowden Ranch, followed various callings. He was a representative man, true to his friends, and highly respected by all who knew him. He leaves a wife and three children and an aged mother, besides brothers and a sister and many other relatives to mourn his death. Deceased was a member of Trinity Lodge, No. 27, F&AM, Trinity Chapter, No. 19, RAM, and St. John’s Chapter, No. 14, OES. The funeral took place from the family residence on Main Street Thursday, at 3 o’clock PM, and the remains deposited in the Masonic Cemetery. [Town and Country News, Sept. 1887. Submitted by Kathie Kloss Marynik]
In Weaverville, Trinity county, Sept. 2nd, Henry Meyer, age 41 years.
Daily Alta California, Volume X, Number 248, 9 September 1858.Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
At style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 119);">Trinity Center. Trinity county, June 3d Elizabeth H., wife of Leroy Gregory, aged 17 years.
Daily Alta California, Volume X, Number 165, 17 June 1858 .Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
[Special Dispatch to The Call] EUREKA, April 5. — Mrs. Henrietta Ewing, a pioneer of California, died in this city today, aged .83. Mrs. Ewing was the first white woman in Trinity county, arriving at Weaverville in its boom days of 1852. She removed from Weaverville to this city in 1877.
San Francisco Call, Volume 107, Number 127, 6 April 1910. Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
Near Weaverville, Trinity county, May 23d, of injuries received from a bank cave, Morgan Signer, formerly of Galena, Illinois, age 26 years.
[Daily Alta California, Volume XII, Number 153, 2 June 1860.Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
Aged Hollister Pioneer Dead.
HOLLISTER, June 10.— Thomas L. Baldwin, a retired capitalist, died to-day, aged 73 years. He came to California in 1850 and was prominent in early days In Trinity County. He resided in Hollister for thirty-two years.
[San Francisco Call, Volume 87, Number 11, 11 June 1901.Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
The Indian Troubles on Trinity-- Burning  of Houses and Murdering
Weaverville, September 17th.
Later reports from Trinity river confirm the previous statements. The mail man, with his escort, was killed. The latter was a soldier from Marysville, Owen Washington, of Company C, Trinity Mountaineers, was shot twice, and supposed to be mortally wounded. Every house on Trinity river, for twenty miles, is burned and the inhabitants killed. A great many Chinese are killed.
Later News. - Weaverville, September 17th. Owen Washington died from his wounds to-day. A man by the name of Martin was killed on Big Flat, Trinity river, today. Indians are still coming up the river, "and are now within twenty miles of this place." Every one is waiting for a reply from the Governor.
[Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 25, Number 3898, 18 September 1863. Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
Dies in San Quentin Prison
SAN QUENTIN, Aug. 24.-J. L. Crow, who was serving a twenty-five years sentence for a murder committed in Trinity County, died to-night. Crow was 66 years old and had served five years and seven months of his sentence. He had been in the prison hospital for several months and died from natural causes.
[San Francisco Call, Volume 94, Number 86, 25 August 1903 . Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]
SHOCK, MRS. George
Found Dead Behind Her Home.
REDDING. March 14.— Mrs. George Shock, a prominent woman of Hay Fork, Trinity County, was found dead behind her home last evening. The affair is shrouded in complete mystery. Friends think she may have died of heart failure. An investigation is being made.
[San Francisco Call, Volume 99, Number 105, 15 March 1906 . Submitted by Robyn Greenlund.]

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