Obituaries and Death Notices
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This is a miscellaneous collection of newspaper obituaries, funeral
notices and death notices submitted by San Francisco researchers and volunteers.
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about the families mentioned, but understand that they have *not*
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"TOBEY--n this city, December 31, William H., son
of William H. TOBEY, aged 17 years, 2 months and 11 days. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock P.M., from his late residence, 26 1/2 Kearny street."
Source: San Francisco Call, 2 Jan 1879. Transcribed by Linda Zutlas.
"TOBIN--In this city, August 9, Bridget, wife of
Wm. A. TOBIN, a native of Ireland, aged 40 years." Source:
California, 11 Aug 1887.
"TOBIN--In Berkeley, January 26, Claire, beloved
daughter of Michael J. and Mary T. TOBIN and darling sister of Clement
J. TOBIN, a native of San Francisco, aged 6 years and 4 months.
**Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
today (Sunday) at 1:30 o'clock p.m. from her parents' residence, 2125 Parker
street; thence to St. Joseph's Church, where services will be held commencing
at 2:00 o'clock p.m., Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery." Source: San Francisco
Examiner, 29 Jan 1905. Transcribed by Pat Procida.
"TOBIN--In this city, January 15, Elizabeth TOBIN,
aged 67 years. (New Orleans, La., and Canandalgua, N.Y. papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
to-day (Sunday) at 2:30 o'clock p.m. from her late residence, 1307 Lyon
street." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 17 Jan 1892, p. 7.
"TOBIN--In this city, October 21, John, beloved
husband of the late Margaret TOBIN, and uncle of Mrs. P. BARRON
John COONEY, a native of Ahenure, Callen, County Kilkenny, Ireland.
Friends and acquaintenances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
Friday, October 28, at 9:15 o'clock from the parlors of J. C. O'Connor
& Co., 707 Mission street; thence to St. Patrick's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9:30
o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. MEMBERS OF WESTERN ADDITION Camp,
No. 306 W. W. W., are requested to attend the funeral of our late neighbor,
John TOBIN. V. F. DF. ROCO, Clerk." Source: San Francisco
Chronicle, 23 Oct 1903, p. 17.
"TOBIN--In this city, June 25, Margaret, wife of
and dearly beloved sister of Mrs. Mathew KERR,
a native of Ireland. Friends and acquaintenances are resepctfully invited
to attend the funeral Saturday, at 8:30 o'clock from the residence of of
her sister, Mrs. Mathew
KERR, 25 Clara Street hence to St. Rose's
Church, where a solemn High Mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul at 9 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross." Source: San Francisco Chronicle,
26 June 1903, p. 12.
"TOBELMANN--In this city, May 31, 1898, Henry TOBELMANN,
father of Fred, Clara, Winnifred, Herrmann, Henry and John TOBELMANN,
brother of Frederick, John, Herrmann and Gesine TOBELMANN, and nephew
of Mrs. P. HEUER and J.F. WINTER, a native of Amt Syke, Hanover,
Germany, aged 51 years, 10 months, and 23 days. A member of Valley Lodge
No. 30, A.O.U.W. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thursday) at 2 o'clock, from his late residence,
458 Hayes Street, between Gough and Octavia. Interment I.O.O.F. Cemetery."
Source: The Morning Call (San Francisco), 1 June 1898, page 13.
Transcribed by Carolyn.
"TODHUNTER--DEATH OF GEORGE TODHUNTER--George
for many years a resident of Washington, Yolo County, died yesterday in
Willows, Glenn County. He was a brother of Leavitt and Frank TODHUNTER,
of Washington; Mrs. John GILL of San Francisco, and Mrs. F.L. ATKINSON,
of this city. He was the son of Elizabeth and the late W.B. TODHUNTER,
and leaves a wife. He was 55 years of age and a native of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The funeral will take place from Clark & Booth's undertaking establishment."
Source: Sacramento Evening Bee, 18 May 1905. Transcribed by Betty
"TODT--In this city, January 15, Rosalia TODT,
dearly beloved wife of John TODT, and loving mother of Mrs. A. L.
Mrs. F. C. MAYER, Mrs. A. BLOOMFIELD, Mrs. D. C. PETERS
and Alfred TODT, a native of Switzerland, aged 63 years and 28 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
Wednesday, January 17, at 2 o clock, from her late residence, 3948 Twenty-sixth
street, between Church and Sanchez streets. Interment, Cypress Lawn Cemetery,
by electric funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets." Source:
Francisco Chronicle, 17 Jan 1912. Transcribed by Mary Utschig Read.
"TOEPFER--In this city city, October
10, 1893, Hermann, youngest and beloved son of Hermann and Louise
and brother of George and Lillie TOEPFER, a native of San Francisco,
aged 2 months and 14 days." Source: San Francisco Call, 11 October
1893, page 10.
"TOEPKE--Mary T., 42 yrs." Source: San Francisco
Examiner, 7 Feb 1892, p. 7.
"TOLAND--Dr. H.H. TOLAND, one of the most
eminent of California's physicians, died suddenly in San Francisco on the
27th ult., of appoplexy." Source: Russian River Flag (Healdsburg,
CA), 4 Mar 1880. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"TOLAND--Dr. H. H. TOLAND 'His Sad and Sudden
Death Yesterday Morning Biographical Sketch of a Remarkably Brilliant and
Successful Physician - The College He Gave the State' Dr. Hugh Huger TOLAND,
one of the most eminent and successful medical practitioners in this city,
diedsuddenly at his residence, No. 810 Jackson street, at half-past eleven
o'clock yesterday morning. For months past the Doctor had been in good
health and gaining flesh. Yesterday morning, after partaking of a hearty
breakfast, he went down to his office on Merchant street, where, assisted
by Dr. R. A. McLEAN, he successfully performed a difficult surgical
operation shortly after nine o'clock. He then left the office and drove
to the residences of some patients at a distance. While making these rounds
he was attacked with colic, and gave orders to be driven home immediately.
On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday he had suffered from similar attacks, which
were supposed to be the result of an indulgence in English walnuts, to
which he had recently acquired a strong liking. Entering his residence,
he passed through the hall to a small sitting-room. Summoning the butler,
he called for a glass of whiskey, which was instantly brought. The Doctor
had scarcely placed the glass to his lips, when he staggered toward a lounge,
from between the folding-doors of the dining-room, where he was standing,
and fell to the floor. In falling, his head came in contact with the back
of a chair, producing an abrasion of the skin upon the forehead. His attendant
rushed to his assistance and helped him on the lounge, where, aftera few
struggling gasps, he expired. Dr. Charles G.
TOLAND, step-son of
Dr. H. H. TOLAND, was summoned, and though responding immediately,
was too late to be of any service. A cursory examination was sufficient
to satisfy him that DEATH RESULTED FROM APOPLEXY. No premonitions of this
sad event had been manifested in any way. On the contrary, he has been
unusually active and spirited, and would have been thought one of the last
likely to be suddenly stricken down by death, so that it was not only an
overwhelming shock to members of his family, but a sad surprise to the
community in which he has been so long and widely known and respected.
Dr. TOLAND was born in Newbury, near Columbia, South Carolina, in
1808, and consequently was about seventy-two years
of age at the time of his sudden demise. He graduated at Transylvania Medical
College, in March, 1832, after which he went to Paris, where he took a
post graduate course. Returning to Columbia, he there entered upon the
practice of his profession, in which he continued till 1851. During this
period he married twice. In 1852 he arrived in this city with his second
wife. Being in ill health, he purchased what is now known as "the Gwin
Mine," in Calaveras Co., and went to work in it. Two years later he returned
to the city and joined Dr. McMILLAN in the practice of medicine.
This partnership lasted but a year or two. He continued in practice ever
since, except for a few months during the Centennial year, when he took
a trip through the Eastern States. Being considered one of the safest,
ablest and informed members of his profession, his practice grew steadily,
and during the last fifteen or twenty years he enjoyed the largest and
most lucrative practice in the State, and probably in the United States.
He was one of the early physicians to the United States Marine Hospital,
and had a wonderful capacity for work, which he disposed
of with extraordinary ease and rapidity. In the midst of his arduous professional
duties he found time for literary work, and leaves behind, among other
treasures, a well written medical book. His charity was unbounded, indigent
poor never applied to him in vain. His services were always at their command.
Being a man OF QUIET, UNOSTENTATIOUS MANNER. Only those coming within the
circle of his benefactions were at all aware of their magnitude. In 1865,
Dr. TOLAND built the TOLAND Medical College, situated on
the corner of Stockton and Pfeiffer streets, between Chestnut and Francisco
streets. The old building is now a notable landmark in the northern portion
of the city. He had been President of the Faculty until 1874, when he donated
the building and entire property, together with the adjoining building,
to the State University. The property was valued at $100,000, and the gift
unencumbered with conditions. After the transfer he was appointed Professor
in Surgery of the Faculty. After transfer to the Regents of the University
he asked that the college should retain his name, but his request was refused.
A Committee is now considering a bill before the Legislature providing
that the college shall be designated as the TOLAND College of the
University of California. At the time of his death he had entirely given
up lecturing on surgery in the University, but continued clinical lectures
in the County Hospital. The only public office Dr. TOLAND ever held
was that of member of the City Board of Health. He was appointed by Governor
and reappointed by Governors BOOTH and IRWIN. He always took
a deep interest in the proceedings of the Board, and bestowed much time
and attention thereto. By his second wife Dr. TOLAND
had two daughters,
both married. One was the late Mrs. GLASSELL, who died about six
months ago in Los Angeles, and the other Mrs. SIME, a widow of the
late John SIME, an old pioneer banker. The latter lady is now residing
in this city. In 1858 Dr. TOLAND married the present Mrs.TOLAND,
and purchased the residence on Jackson Street from Dr. Wm. M. GWIN.
For a long time previous to this marriage, Dr. TOLAND resided at
the International Hotel, and subsequently at the Roberts House, corner
of Washington and Jackson streets. The residence on Jackson street is a
model of comfort and elegance, well adapted to the entertainments so frequently
given by Dr. and Mrs. TOLAND, and which were characterized by the
most generous liberality and sociability. Both were members of Dr. PLATT's
congregation, and assisted Grace Church financially on many occasions when
calls were made for the building and maintenance of the church. Dr. TOLAND
A WIDOW AND TWO CHILDREN, Mrs. SIME, and a boy eleven years of age,
the former by his second wife, and the latter by his third. Besides these
there are thirteen grandchildren. Dr. Charles G. TOLAND
is the son
of the surviving wife by a former husband. The value of the estate of Dr.
estimated at $1,500,000 to $2,000,000. In addition to his professional
income he derived a large revenue from judicious land investments. He was
possessed of considerable property in the interior, including a large ranch
near Rio Vista, on which he annually raised large crops of wheat. About
a year ago he sold his crop for something like $125,000. Dr. TOLAND
six feet one inch in height, and of erect and dignified carriage, until
a year or two ago, when he grew stout, but maintained a dignified gait.
He was very agreeable in his intercourse with every one, and made friends
everywhere. He was a member of many prominent Medical Societies, and well-known
throughout the State, his career having been a remarkably brilliant and
successful one. In politics, although a pronounced Democrat, he never appeared
prominently in any party Convention. The following notice published by
the President of the Board of Health is self-explanatory: February 17,
1880. T. J. SHACKELFORD, Secretary of Board of Health: - In consequence
of the sad and sudden death of one of the most honorable members of the
Board of Health, as well as one of the most eminent and respected of our
citizens, Dr. H. H. TOLAND, and for the purpose of giving suitable
expression in our regrets for the afflictive dispensation, I willask you
to call a meeting of the Board of Health at the Mayor's office tomorrow
morning, at 10 o'clock. Respectfully, L. H. KALLOCH,
President." Source: The Morning Call, 28 Feb 1880. Contact:
"TOLAND--'GONE TO REST SUDDEN DEATH OF DR. H. H.
A short Biography of One of the Most Useful and Prominent Members of the
Medical Profession.' The city was startled yesterday by the announcement
of the sudden death of Dr. H. H. TOLAND, which occurred at his residence,
810 Jackson street, at half-past 11 o'clock. The demise was not only a
shock to his family and his friends, but to the whole community. For some
time past Dr. TOLAND had complained of not feeling as well as usual
and that he suffered from slight pains in the region of the heart. He left
his home yesterday morning in better spirits than usual to visit his patients.
Returning at half past 11 o'clock he was met by his servant, who opened
the door for him and led him into the sitting-room, where he was wont to
read the morning papers. He asked the doctor whether he wished his usual
glass of wine, and Dr. TOLAND told him to bring him some diluted
whisky, as the old pains had returned and he felt rather oppressed. The
servant stepped out and returned just in time to catch in his arms the
falling form of Dr. TOLAND, who never uttered a single word. The
servant laid the dying man upon the lounge and summoned help with all possible
speed. Dr. C. G. TOLAND
was sent for in all haste, but when he arrived
the soul of his father had departed from the body. The cause of the death
is not yet known. A slight abrasion of the skin of the forehead was caused
by the fall, the head striking against the wooden back of the lounge. Dr.
A NATIVE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Being born near Columbia in 1808, and consequently
in the seventy-second year of his life. He studied medicine at the Transylvania
University, Kentucky, receiving his diploma in 1832. For several years
he practiced medicine in his native place. In 1850 he was seized by the
mining fever and emigrating to this coast, he spent some time at mining
in Calaveras County. He came to San Francisco in 1852 in company with his
second wife, whom he had sent for from the East. Here he resumed the practice
of medicine, and soon became famous as a physician. His practice continued
to grow until it became immense, and as he seldom exacted any fee from
poor people, his office was continually thronged by the indigent sick.
He nevertheless attained a large fortune, not only from the proceeds of
his professional labors, but by successful speculations as well. In 1858
he married the present Mrs. TOLAND
and purchased the residence which
he occupied at the day of his death. The result of this union is a boy,
now 11 years of age. There is also a daughter by his second wife, Mrs.
widow of the late John SIME, the pioneer banker. Of his first wife
in South Carolina nothing is known. There is also an adopted son, Dr. Charles
G. TOLAND, and a number of grandchildren, the issue of a second
daughter, now deceased. In 1865 Dr. TOLAND founded the
COLLEGE. The old building which was erected by him at the corner of Stockton
and Pfeiffer streets for college purposes, has since become a landmark
of San Francisco. He remained President of the faculty until 1874, when
the college, together with the adjoining building, was donated by him to
the State University. The property at that time was valued at $100,000.
After the transfer he was appointed Professor in Surgery of the Faculty.
He took the liveliest interest in the institution, and after its transfer
to the Regents of the University, he requested that the college should
keep his name. This request was refused, and at present a bill is pending
before the Legislature providing that the college be designated as the
College of the University of California. Dr. TOLAND
terms as member of the San Francisco Board of Health. He was appointed
HAIGHT, and was successively reappointed by Governors
To this branch of the public service he gave considerable attention, being
absent at but very few meetings of the Board. In politics he inclined towards
Democratic doctrine. Deceased was a stately man over six feet in height
and erect in carriage. He wore whiskers under his chin and long hair, which
reached the coat-collar, presenting an appearance which could not fail
to strike the eye. The estate is estimated at from $1,500,000 to $2,000,000
consisting of considerable real property in the interior together with
a large ranch at Rio Vista where he raised large crops of wheat, one of
which he sold about a year ago at $125,000. The Board of Health will hold
a special meeting this morning to take suitable action regarding his death.
Deceased was a member of Grace Episcopal Church. The funeral service will
take place at Grace Church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, Rev. Dr. Platt
and Bishop Kip officiating." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 28
Feb 1880. Contact: William Belton
"TOLCOTT--In San Rafael, Marin county, December
13th, Charles TOLCOTT, a native of Oswego county, N.Y., aged 43
years, 11 months and 7 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner,
14 Dec 1865.
"TOMASSINI--In San Francisco, Nov. 16, 1894, Deo.
son of Mr. & Mrs. Martine TOMASSINI, of Carmelo, a native of
California, aged 14 years." Source: Salinas Weekly Index, 22 Nov
1894. Transcribed by Dee.
"TOMPKINS--SAN FRANCISCO DISPATCH, Dec. 13 - The
body of Elisha TOMPKINS, a pioneer member of the San Francisco fire
department, murdered recently in Mexico, was buried at Santa Clara." Source:
Daily Independent, 14 Dec 1864. Transcribed by Dee.
"TOMMORO--DROWNED at CAMPO SECO - Mokelumne Hill,
June 10 -- Dr. LEE of Campo Seco and TOMMORO, Superintendent
of the Campo Seco quartz mine from San Francisco, were both drowned Saturday
evening while bathing in the reservoir, by the swamping of their boat.
The bodies were not found until 2 p.m. Sunday." Source: Stockton Daily
Independent (San Joaquin Co., CA) 11 June 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"TOMPKINS--At sea, Nov 27th, on board steamer 'Golden
Age', Frank TOMPKINS (passenger), a native of Illinois, aged 29
years." Source: Daily Alta California, 18 Dec 1868.
"TOMPKINSON--In this city, Sept. 19th, Mary Ann,
youngest daughter of Joseph and Kate TOMPKINSON, aged 8 months and
20 days." Source:
San Francisco Daily Examiner, 20 Sept 1865.
"TOMSKY--In this city, December 22, Charlotte, beloved
wife of Louis TOMSKY, a native of Rogazen, Germany, aged 62 years."
Source: San Francisco Call, 23 December 1891. Contact:
"TOMSKY--In this city, June 1, Hannah, beloved wife
of Elias TOMSKY, aged 29 years, a native of Prussia. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-DAY (Friday),
at 11 o'clock a.m., from her late residence, No. 722 Clementina street."
Source: San Francisco Call, 2 June 1882. Contact: Eric
"TOMSKY--In this city, July 10, Henry TOMSKY,
a native of San Francisco, aged 1 month and 12 days." Source: San Francisco
Call, 11 July 1882. Contact: Eric
"TOMSKY--In this city, December 15, Herbert, beloved
son of William and Teresa TOMSKY, a native of San Francisco, aged
11 months and 18 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 17 Dec 1898.
Contact: Eric Thomsen email@example.com
"TOMSKY--In this city, July 20, infant
daughter of William and Teresa TOMSKY." Source: San Francisco
Call, 23 July 1891. Contact: Eric
"TOMSKY--In Fresno, Cal., November 3, Rose, beloved
daughter of William and Theresa TOMSKY." Source: San Francisco
Call, 5 November 1884, Page 4. Contact: Eric
"TONAR--In this city, April 17, Margaret TONAR,
a native of the Parish of Moville, County Donegal, Ireland, aged 73 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
t0-day (Thursday) at 9:30 o'clock a.m. from the residence of her neice,
COSGROVE, No. 1903 Dupont street; thence to St. Francis'
Chruch, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her sould, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery."
Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner, 19 April 1888.
TOOLIS, Died February 4th
1938 (Duggan's Service) Mortuary." Source: Prayer Card in possession of
Submitter. Contact: KMK Mavareens@Msn.com
"TOO[L?]NEY, William." Source: San Francisco
Morning Call, 2 Feb 1894, p. 10.
"TOOMER--In Oakland, April 4, George C. TOOMER,
a native of New Berne, North Carolina, aged 51 years 11 months and 17 days.
(New Berne, North Carolina, papers please copy)." Source: Daily Alta
California, 6 April 1891. Transcribed by Carolyn Feroben.
"TOOTHAKER--In this city, May 1, John H. TOOTHAKER,
a native of Maine, aged 54 years." Source: Alta California 6 May
"TOOTHILL--In this city, November 7, Ellen M., dearly
beloved wife of Albert TOOTHILL and sister of Richard H. EDWARD
Elsie HAMSHAR and the late Mrs. G.
EDWARDS, a native of London,
England, aged 30 years 7 months and 27 days." Source: San Francisco
Bulletin, 4 Nov 1904.
"TOPFER--Capt. Heinrick, 55 years." Source: San
Francisco Examiner, 4 March 1905. Transcribed by Harry I. Stafford.
"TOPP--Mary Margaret -- Born February 12, 1914,
Marysville, CA. and died June 25, 2001 in San Francisco, CA. Loving mother
of Rosemary Topp, Elizabeth HAIT and Thomas M. TOPP; grandmother
of James HAIT, David HAIT and Lara WETTIG; great-grandmother
of Mitchell and Madeline WETTIG; loving aunt of Bitsy ANDERSON
and Suzanne MADSEN. She graduated from the University of California,
Berkeley, 1935, a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She lived in
Saratoga, CA for 30 years and was a member of PEO and the Stanford Children's
Hospital Auxillary. More recently, she resided at Rossmoor, Walnut Creek
and the last two years at the Coventry Park assisted living residence in
San Francisco. Family and friends may call after 10:30 AM and are invited
to attend funeral services at 11:00 AM, Wednesday June 27, 2001 at the
CHAPELS OF ARTHUR J. SULLIVAN & CO., 2254 Market St. between 15th &
16th Sts. followed by a graveside service at Holy Cross Cemetery." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 26 June 2001. Contact: Marion
"TOPPINI--In this city, July 5, Pasquale TOPPINI,
a native of Switzerland, aged 24 years. Friends and acquaintance are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from No. 641 Sacramento
street, corner of Webb, TO-DAY (Monday), at 2 o’clock, p.m." Source: San
Francisco Daily Morning Call, 7 July 1873. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst
"TORNGEMAN--In Sacramento, November 19, Joe TORNGEMAN,
aged 60 years." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 22 Nov 1873.
"TORNOW--In this city, June 26, Charles L. TORNOW,
father of Mrs. A. HAHN, Charles, Emma, Willie and George TORNOW,
a native of Berlin, Germany, aged 45 years and 9 months. Friends and aquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sunday), at 2
o'clock P. M., from Eintracht Hall, 316 Post Street. Interment I.O.O.F.
The San Francisco Morning Call, 30 June 1889,
p.7. Transcribed by Steven Miller.
"TORRANCE--Dispatch from San Francisco, Dec. 12
- Robert B. TORRANCE, agent of Watt Bros., Grass Valley, died suddenly
last night of congestion of the lungs." Source: Stockton Daily Independent
(Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA), 13 Dec 1871. Transcribed by Dee.
"TORRENCE--January 14, 1874 - Mrs. Lulu TORRENCE
committed suicide in San Francisco." Source:
Sacramento Daily Union,
1 January 1875. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"TORRES--Angelo TORRES, 70, brother of Peter
of Redwood City, died Tuesday in San Francisco. Funeral services will be
held here tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Layng and Tinney Funeral Home. He is the
uncle of Catherine, Norman, Fred and Martin CHAVEZ and Victor and
Arnold TORRES of Redwood City, and Frank CHAVEZ of San Francisco.
Mr. TORRES was a native of Half Moon Bay. Interment will be at Holy
Cross Cemetery, Menlo Park." Source: Redwood City Tribune, 13 July
1945. Transcribed by jch.
"TORRES--In San Francisco, Tuesday,
July 10, 1945. Angelo TORRES, brother of Peter TORRES, and
uncle of Catherine, Norman, Fred, Martin and Frank CHAVEZ; Victor
and Arnold TORRES. A native of Half Moon Bay, aged 70 years. The
funeral will be held on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Layng &
Tinney Funeral Home. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, Menlo Park." Source:
City Tribune, 13 July 1945. Transcribed by jch.
"TORREY--Interment in San Francisco, Feb. 13, Elliot
Boston, 26." Source: Alta California, 28 Feb 1853. Submitted by
"TORREY--In San Francisco, on the
13th ult., of chronic dysentery, Elliot TORREY, of the late firm
of TORREY & BLANCHARD." Source: Brooklyn Eagle,
16 Mar 1853. Transcribed by J. Ireland.
"TOSCANI--In the City and County Hospital, June
15th, Giovani TOSCANI, a native of Italy, aged 25 years." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 17 June 1875.
"TOUCUS--Interment in San Francisco, Jan. 28, Louis
France, 20." Source:
Alta California, 8 Feb 1853. Submitted by Martha
"TOUMEY--In Oakland, October 17, Annie, beloved
daughter of Dennis and Margaret TOUMEY, a native of Oakland, aged
16 years, 3 months and 13 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Sunday), at 1 o'clock p.m. from
the residence of the parents, 673 Twenty-routh street, near San Pablo avenue,
Oakland." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 19 Oct 1878, p.7.
"TOWLE--In this city, May 28, Oliver L. TOWLE,
aged 71 years and 4 months. Funeral from the residence of his daughter,
Mrs. E.F. FOLSOM, 1945 Geary Street." Source: San Francisco Call,
29 May 1885, p. 4. Transcribed by Sylvia Mast.
"TOWNES--Mrs. Hettie, 24." Source: San Francisco
Examiner, 14 Jan 1892, p. 7.
"TOWNSEND--Andrew G., 49 years. Mortician - Fowler-Anderson."
Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 2 Apr 1946. Transcribed by Sylvia
"TOWNSEND--Former Sacramentan Dies in Iowa City--Word
reached this city last night of the sudden death in Iowa City, Iowa, of
Bert TOWNSEND, a former Sacramentan, and son of Mr. and Mrs. William
E. TOWNSEND, of 2010 K Street. He had been visiting his parents
in this city, and left but a week ago for Kansas City. He reached the home
in Iowa City of his uncle, Dr. SCHRADER, dean of the State University,
where he was suddenly taken ill and passed away. Heart disease is believed
to be the cause of death. Deceased was reared in Sacramento and was 27
years of age. He was at one time a student of the Sacramento High School,
but left for Iowa City before he completed the course. He finished his
education at the State University of Iowa, and graduated with a B.A. degree.
He afterward took up newspaper work, and became the editor of a daily journal
in Iowa. He also contributed articles to magazines. He was a young man
of bright intellect and his sunny disposition won him hosts of friends.
Besides his bereaved parents he leaves a brother, Louis TOWNSEND,
of the Wells-Fargo-Nevada Bank, of San Francisco, the mother and brother
left last night for Iowa City to attend the funeral." Source: The Evening
Bee (Sacramento, CA), 13 June 1906, Page 5. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"TRACEY--ABUSED HIS MOTHER -- Edward TRACEY,
a brother of Deputy Sheriff TRACEY, who was drowned off Corona three
weeks ago, was sentenced yesterday by Judge MOGAN to six months'
imprisonment for vagrancy. The testimony showed that
been only recently released from the County Jail, where he had served six
months for threatening his mother's life." Source: San Francisco Chronicle,
12 March 1899, p. 30. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"TRACEY--In this city, January 28, 1920, Nora, beloved
wife of John W. TRACEY, a native of Ireland, aged 27 years." Source:
Francisco Call and Post, 31 Jan 1920. Transcribed by jch.
"TRACY--ANOTHER OLD CITIZEN CALLED BY DEATH--C.T.K.
Dies From Effects Of Operation--C.T.K. TRACY, an old and well-known
resident of Sacramento, who had been employed for several years in the
Office of the State Treasurer as a porter, died yesterday afternoon in
a hospital in San Francisco from the effects of a surgical operation. At
one time Mr. TRACY was a practicing attorney in Sacramento, but
he retired from the law several years ago on account of old age. Deceased
was a member of the Order of Odd Fellows and also of Jubilee Lodge, Sons
of St. George, of this city. The body will be brought to Sacramento tonight."
Source: Sacramento Evening Bee, 25 Sept 1905. Transcribed by Betty
"TRACY--In San Francisco, September
24, 1903, Charles C.T. TRACY, a native of New York, aged 50 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
Sunday at 2 p.m. From the parlors of Miller & McMullen, 906-907 K Street.
Interment City Cemetery." Source: Sacramento Evening Bee, 26 Sept
1905. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"TRACY--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Feb.
17 - Felix B. WHITE, an old and well known actor, died yesterday,
and Mrs. Dora TRACY, formerly an actress, died last night." Source:
Daily Independent, 18 Feb 1868. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc.
"TRACY--In Hollister, Sept. 23rd, Gussie, daughter
of Enoch & the late Georgiana TRACY, aged 3 years & 5 days.
[The remains were taken yesterday morning to San Francisco for interment.]
[…suffering from diphtheria…]." Source: Hollister Freelance (Hollister,
San Benito Co, CA), 25 Sept 1891. Transcribed by Dee.
"TRACY--Henry W. TRACY--Private services
will be held tomorrow for Henry Wilmerding TRACY, 92, resident of
Sacramento about 87 years and the son of a pioneer California settler.
Burial will be in the City Cemetery. TRACY died yesterday. His home
was at 3215 10th Avenue. A sister, Mary Fisher TRACY, teacher in
Sacramento schools many years, died two years ago. They were the children
of Felix and Martha GARTER TRACY. The elder TRACY
came to California from New York State in 1849. He lived in San Francisco
for a time, worked in gold mines on the North Fork of the American River
and then was head of the Wells, Fargo and Company office in Shasta, Shasta
County, and later Sacramento. His wife was the daughter of Judge Ephraim
of Shasta. Henry TRACY was born in Shasta and attended the University
of California in Berkeley. He was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.
When he was a young man he worked in the Wells Fargo office with his father
and then was employed by a real estate firm in San Francisco. He returned
to Sacramento after 1906, the year of the earthquake and fire in San Francisco,
and worked for a real estate firm and then gas companies. He retired many
years ago. Years ago he served as vice president and as a director of the
Young Mens Christian Association. He was a member of the Fremont Presbyterian
Church. Surviving are his wife, Alice C., and a daughter, Dorothy W. TRACY
of Sacramento." Source:
Sacramento Bee, 11 July 1955. Transcribed
by Betty Loose
"TRACY--In this city, July 10, 1955,
TRACY, beloved husband of Alice C. TRACY,
loving father of Mary Fisher
TRACY, a native of Shasta, California,
aged 92 years 11 months, 23 days. Friends may call at the Citizens Mortuary
Home, 2301 J Street. Funeral strictly private, to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2:00
P.M. Interment City Cemetery. (Berkeley papers please copy)." Source: Sacramento
Bee, 11 July 1955. Transcribed by Betty Loose
"TRACY--In the City and County Almshouse, April
4, Kate TRACY, a native of Ireland, aged 67 years." Source: Daily
Alta California, 6 April 1891. Transcribed by Carolyn Feroben.
"TRACY--Death of Theodore F. TRACY--Felix
agent for Wells, Fargo & Co., in this city, received news this morning
of the sudden death of his brother, Theodore F. TRACY, of San Francisco,
a prominent Republican candidate for State Treasurer. In speaking of his
candidacy the Oakland Tribune of a late date gave this brief sketch of
him: He was for nine years a Postoffice Inspector on this coast, and in
that capacity acquitted himself with distinguished ability. In the course
of his inspection tours throughout the State he made friends wherever he
went, and, as a natural consequence, he will add strength to any ticket
on which he may be nominated. In addition to his experience in the Postoffice
Department he has had a thorough business training, and he held an important
position under Wells, Fargo & Co. for many years. Mr. TRACY
has resided in San Francisco for the past ten years, and before that was
a resident of El Dorado county." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 18
Aug 1886. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"TRACY--In this city, December 10, 1890, Thomas,
beloved husband of Louise TRACY and son of Catherine and the late
Thomas TRACY, and the brother of William, Charles and Joseph TRACY,
a native of New York City, aged 34 years. Notice of funeral hereafter."
Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 11 Dec 1890. Transcribed by
"TRAINER--Dispatch from San Francisco, Nov. 24 --
The body of W.H. TRAINER was found near Lone Mountain. He had shot
himself." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 25 Nov 1872. Transcribed
"TRASK--In Alameda, July 15, wife of Captain Freeman
a native of Edgecombe, Main, aged 40 years." Source: San Francisco Daily
Morning Call, 17 July 1873.
"TRASK--In this city, July 14, at the residence,
1526 Francisco street, George J., infant son of George and Annie TRASK
and brother of Inez and Florence TRASK, a native of San Francisco,
aged 3 months." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 15 July 1912, p.
4. Transcribed by Cheryl Jensen.
"TRASK--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Nov.
7 -- Captain Max. TRASK, for many years an officer in the employ
of the Central American Transit Company, on the Isthmus of Nicaragua, died
on the river San Juan in Nicaragua, on the 17th ult, at the age of 31 years.
He was well known to the traveling public of California as an efficient
and gentlemanly officer." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 8
Nov 1866. Transcribed by Dee.
"TRASK--A man residing at a boarding house, No.
39 Clay street, named Samuel TRASK, died yesterday morning very
suddenly. It appears that he partook of breakfast as usual and was found
dead in his bed about 1 o'clock. He was a Nova Scotian by birth." Source:
Daily Independent, 18 July 1867. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc.
"TRAUTVETTER--In this city, May 13, Andrew, beloved
husband of Anna TRAUTVETTER, a native of Marthrode, Sachsen-Wolmar,
Germany, aged 58 years, 5 months and 2 days. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-morrow (Sunday) at 2
o'clock p.m. from his late residence, 2613 Mission street, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second. Interment Laurel Hill cemetery." Source:
Call, 14 May 1887, p. 8. Contact: Kimberlee
"TRAUTVETTER - In this city, October 22, Otto, beloved
husband of Amelia TRAUTVETTER and father of A. TRAUTVETTER,
Mrs. C. STEFFEN, Mrs. J. STEFFEN, Mrs. W.A. DAWES and
the late Mrs. Emma MAYO, a native of Germany, aged 79 years, 5 months
and 12 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 23 Oct 1912, p. 4.
Contact: Kimberlee Young firstname.lastname@example.org
"TRAUTVETTER--In this city, October 1st, Amelia
Eliza, infant daughter of Andrew and Anna TRAUTVETTER, aged 6 weeks.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
THIS (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock, from the residence of the parents,
Mission street, near Twenty-first." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning
Call, 2 October 1870, page 4. Contact: Kimberlee
"TRAVERS--Dispatch from San Francisco, Sept. 6 --
Edward TRAVERS, a native of Wayne county, Illinois, a passenger
on the schooner Greyhound, from the Marquesas to Tahiti, died of consumption
on board that vessel." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 7 Sept
1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"TRAVERS--The 'Golden Gate' was burned to the water's
edge near Manzanillo, on July 27th. She sailed from San Francisco, July
21st and had on board, when she left, 232 passengers, and a crew of 96.
[Among the Steerage passengers] the lost are: R. TRAVERS." Source:
Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"TREACY--Richard J. (Dick) - In this city; March
26, 1981; beloved husband of Margaret (Peggy) TREACY; loving father
of Michael TREACY, Arlene HALLDORSON and Patricia SANCINITO,
devoted father-in-law of Kenneth HALLDORSON, survived by seven dear
grandchildren; a native of SF; a veteran of WWII; a retired sergeant of
the S.F.P.D. a member of the S.F.P.D. widows and orphans; SF Veteran Police
Officers Association and the American Legion Post No. 456. Friends
are invited to attend the funeral Monday, March 30, at 9;45 a.m. from the
Mortuary of W.C. Lasswell & Co., 6154 Mission St. (corner Wilson);
thence to St. Anne's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered
at 10:30 a.m. The Rosary will be recited Sunday (rest of article
cut off)." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 29 March 1981, p. 7.
Transcribed by Bev Colgin.
"TREANOR--In this city, January 16, Patrick TREANOR,
a native of County Monoghan, Ireland, aged 76 years. Friends and acquaintances
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Monday) at 8:30
o'clock a.m. from his late residence, 25 South Park; thence to St. Rose's
Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment, Mount Calvary Cemetery."
Source: San Francisco Examiner, 17 Jan 1892, p. 7.
"TREAT--In this city, January 28th, Rosa, youngest
daughter of George and Clara TREAT, aged 3 years, 4 months and 9
days." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 29 Jan 1870.
"TREAT--In San Francisco, Nov 8th Sarah A. wife
of Dr. J.W.TREAT age 27 yrs 7 months and 19 days." Source: Sacramento
(Death Notice Column for Nov 1868). Transcribed by Joanne Farris.
"TREFEY--In Alameda, March 5, Lydia E., wife of
J.H. TREFEY, a native of Nova Scotia, aged 68 years, 5 months and
1 day." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 6 March 1895.
"TREFOR--The steamer, 'Northerner,' Capt. W.L. DALL,
plying between San Francisco, the North Coast and Victoria, struck a sunken
rock when near Cape Mendocino, on the afternoon of the 15th inst., on the
up trip, and shortly became a perfect wreck. Many passengers were saved,
32 lives were lost. Passengers lost: Mr. TREFOR..." Source: Sonoma
County Journal (Petaluma, CA), 20 Jan 1860. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"TREFZ -- In this city, December 18, 1936, Jacob
TREFZ, dearly beloved husband of the late Lena TREFZ,
loving father of Carl Frederick TREFZ, and beloved brother of Adolph
and Paul TREFZ and Pauline SPAHR; a native of Germany, aged
76 years. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the chapel
of H. F. Suhr Co, 2919 Mission St., near 25th St. Interment, Olivet Memorial
Park." Source: newspaper clipping in files of Olivet Memorial Park, 1601
Hillside Blvd., Colma, CA 94014. Contact: Pamela
"TREFZ -- In this city, October 28, 1944, Katy
TREFZ, beloved wife of Adolph G. TREFZ, loving mother
of Adolph J. TREFZ and Mrs. William Kent DYSON, devoted sister
of John BENDER. Friends are invited to attend the funeral service,
11 a.m. Turesday, Oct. 31 at Gray's, Divisadero St. at Post." Source: newspaper
clipping in files of Olivet Memorial Park, 1601 Hillside Blvd., Colma,
CA 94014. Contact:
"TREFZ -- In this city, March 21, 1920, Lena
dearly beloved wife of Frederick TREFZ, and loving mother of Frederick
Jr., Walter and John SPANGLER; a native of Germany. A member of
Metamora Stamm No. 4, U.O.R.M. Friends are invited to attend the funeral
services tomorrow (Thrusday), March 25, at 10:30 a.m. at the chapel of
H.F. Surh & Co., 2919 Mission St., between 25th and 26th Sts. Interment
Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Metamora Stamm, No. 4, U.O.R.M.--Officers and members
are hereby earnestly requested to attend the funeral services of our late
sister, Lena TREFZ, tomorrow, Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the chapel
of H.F. Suhr & Co., 2919 Mission St, btwn 25th and 26th sts. Mrs. Annie
Pres., Mrs. Johanna
MOSER, Sec." Source: newspaper clipping in files
of Olivet Memorial Park, 1601 Hillside Blvd., Colma, CA 94014. Contact:
"TREMBATH--In Antioch, October 11, Mrs. Phillis
widow of the late Richard TREMBATH, a native of Cornwall, England,
aged 75 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral, TO-DAY (Tuesday), at 8 o’clock p.m. from the New Wisconsin
Hotel, 902 Montgomery street...." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning
Call, 14 Oct 1873. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"TREMBATH--In this city, December 28, 1898, Richard,
beloved husband of Mary TREMBATH, and father of John, Richard and
Phyllis TREMBATH, a native of Cornwall, England, aged 65 years and
10 months." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 29 Dec 1898,
"TREMBLEY--DEATH of a STOCKTONIAN ? The New York
papers contain a notice of the death of Captain William W. TREMBLEY,
of the 178th Regiment New York Volunteers, from the effects of a surgical
operation at St. James Hospital, New Orleans, on Sunday, May 8th. Mr. TREMBLEY
was a native of New York City and an old resident of Stockton, having settled
here in the fall of '49. He was a house carpenter by trade, which business
he followed until after the May fire of '51, when he connected himself
as book-keeper with Underhill & Bro., who occupied a wooden store on
the corner of El Dorado and Main streets, where the theater building now
stands. Shortly after engaging as clerk, he became one of the firm of Underhill
& Co.; and in '52 or '53, Mr. UNDERHILL sold his interest to
Mr. HARROLD, and the firm then became TREMBLEY & HARROLD.
They continued in business until about '56 when they closed out and formed
the firm of Harrold, Randall & Co., (TREMBLEY), of San Francisco.
Our old residents well remember Mr. TREMBLEY as one of the main
pillars of the Presbyterian Church, where he led the choir for many years.
He was an exemplary man, a true and consistent Christian, sincerely loved
and respected by the whole community ? a man always firm in what he thought
to be right and true and nothing could swerve him from the right path.
He left San Francisco after disposing of his interest in the firm of Harrold,
Randall & Co., to Mr. JONES, formerly a resident and merchant
at Vallecito, Calaveras county, and went to Georgia where his wife resided.
He was a man of a remarkably cheerful disposition, always first in acts
of benevolence, and no one have more liberally or cheerfully to alleviate
distress or to help the needy. He was one of the first to help organize
the Protection Hook & Ladder Company No. 1 of this city, and took a
very active interest in all matters appertaining to the Fire Department.
When the war broke out he declared his sympathies for the Union, and for
these sentiments he was driven penniless from his home, his own wife and
family assisting in his banishment. Returning directly from Georgia to
New York, he joined the volunteers ? receiving a Captain's commission.
He sacrificed all for his country, even his life. We are indebted to George
H. SANDERSON, Esq., Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, for the
above particulars of Mr. TREMBLEY's career in this State and we
are under obligation to Judge UNDERGILL for permission to publish
a few extracts of a letter written by Mr. TREMBLEY, while in the
hospital at New Orleans, under date of April 23k. The writer says: "I am
glad to hear that your Church is prosperous. Although removed from Church
influences and where Sundays are as all other days, yet, if with you, and
again in civil life, I know that I should partake of your interest in these
things. It is too true that Sabbaths and religious teachings and influences
are almost ignored and forgotten in the army. This is, in a measure, owing
to the inseparable movements and mobility, I may say, of an army in the
field, which cannot regard days, however sacred. I try to preserve myself
from the contamination of the many vices so usual in the army, the worst
of which are drunkenness and profanity." Source: Stockton Daily Independent,
22 June 1864. Transcribed by Dee Sardoch.
"TRENARY--In this city, November 3, Fay, beloved
wife of John F. TRENARY, a native of Illinois, aged 18 years 8 months
and 1 day." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 5 Nov 1904.
"TRENEAR-- SWALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID -- Suicide Near
Bay of San Francisco of Herbert R. TRENEAR -- MOTHER RESIDES HERE
-- Herbert R. TRENEAR, a baker, formerly of San Jose, where his
mother and other relatives still reside, committed suicide near San Francisco
on Monday by swallowing half the contents of a bottle of carbolic acid.
The spot selected for the act was in the hills west of the Five-Mile House
on the San Bruno road, overlooking the bay. Two greyhounds discovered the
dead body in the afternoon, their master being close behind them. A half-filled
bottle of carbolic acid lay on the ground beside the dead man, and the
burns about the mouth indicated that he had swallowed the deadly poison.
Mountained Policeman Nolan notified the Coroner, and remained with the
body until the arrival of Deputy Coroner Flynn, who took charge of the
remains. -- Only Twenty-One -- TRENEAR, who was about 21 years of
age, was neatly dressed and in his pockets were found a picture of a woman
and several letters from his sister, Mrs. Kathryn McGEE of 21 East
San Carlo street, San Jose. A card was also found showing that TRENEAR
a member of the Journeymen Bakers' and Confectioners' International Union,
No. 24, of San Francisco, and that he had recently been employed at the
bakery of John Gamma at Twenty-second and Alabama streets. The young man
left his work at Gamma's bakery a week age, and was last seen by his friend
J. Kurtz on Thursday. Kurtz's sister Lottie said she feared he could commit
suicide as he was despondent. She says she heard that he had said he would
end his life, and to her questions as to the truth of the statement he
denied having any such intention. He left no letter assigning a reason
for his rash act -- His San Jose Relatives -- TRENEAR
in San Jose, and his home for years was with his mother at 30 East San
Carlos street. He learned the bakers trade in this city, and up to a few
months ago, he came down from San Francisco to visit
his mother and appeared to be in good health and spirits. Besides his mother,
heart-broken over the sad affair, he leaves three brothers, Robert and
Harry, who reside in San Francisco, and J.R. TRENEAR, and three
sisters, Mrs. E. McGEE, Mrs. BUTLER and Mrs. PEARCE,
all living in San Jose. None of the family could ascertine any reason for
the rash act, and all were prostrated by the recept of the news. The body
arrived from San Francisco yesterday afternoon." Source: San Jose Daily
Mercury, 9 Jan 1901. Transcribed by jch.
"TRENSCHEL--In this city, July 6, Caroline, wife
of G.A. TRENSCHEL, aged 60 years, 5 months and 8 days. Friends and
acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Thursday)
at 2 o'clock p.m., from 623 Brannan street, without further notice." Source:
Francisco Daily Morning Call, 8 July 1875.
"TREUX, James J., 35." Source:
Call, 18 Sept 1909, p. 15.
"TREWEEK--In this city, June 8, 1942, Catherine
F., beloved wife of the late Bert TREWEEK, loving mother of Helene
and Alice TREWEEK, Mrs. Leland H. NICHOLS and Mrs. Lillian
grandmother of Leland E. NICHOLS and Herbert
of Sister M. FIDELIS of the Holy Family. Funeral notice later."
Source: San Francisco Examiner, 9 June 1942, p.13. Transcribed by
"TRICKEY--June 8, 1942, Wilber A., beloved husband
of Marion TRICKEY, loving father of Barbara Jean and Marion Frances
a native of Ohio. A member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Funeral
- Duggan’s. Interment, Golden Gate National Cemetery." Source: San Francisco
Examiner, 9 June 1942, p.13. Transcribed by Dee.
"TRIPLETT--TRIPLETT, Angeline-73 y." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 14 Sept 1901, page 6. Transcribed by Cheri A. Smith.
"TRIPLETT--Died in San Francisco, July 12, Frank
TRIPLETT, a native of California, aged 40 years. […at St. Luke’s
Hospital, San Francisco…his remains were brought to this place for burial.
The funeral took place from the M.E. Church, South, last Monday, under
the auspices of Mound Lodge, IOOF… Deceased had been afflicted with cancer
of the stomach and paralysis. Frank was a genial, whole-souled man…He had
been a resident of this county for a great number of year. He leaves a
wife, mother, and several brothers and sisters.]" Source: The Free Lance
(Hollister, San Benito Co), 18 July 1902. Transcribed by Dee.
"TRIPP--DEATHS--In San Francisco, February 5th,
1879, Wm. F. TRIPP, a native of Massachusetts, aged 52 years. (Mr.
who was an old resident of Placerville, went to San Francisco as a witness
in the Reed libel suit. While there he fell a victim to an attack of pneumonia,
from which, after lingering several weeks, he died as above recorded. His
remains were brought up to this city on Thursday by his devoted wife, and
were buried in the Catholic Church yesterday, a large concourse of citizens
attending his obsequies.)" Source: The Mountain Democrat (Placerville,
California), Saturday, February 8, 1879, Volume XXVI, Number 6. Transcribed
"TRIPP--In this city, Oct. 23d, at
St. Mary's Hospital, Samuel L. TRIPP, aged 29 years, a native of
New Bedford, Mass." Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner, 24 Oct
"TROBOCK--In San Francisco, Jan. 3d, Nicholas, son
of Antonio TROBOCK, aged 11 years and 2 months." Source: Sacramento
Bee, 6 Sept 1862. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"TROLAN--In Loving Rememberance--An anniversary
requiem mass will be celebrated for the late Peter and Mary
at St. Vincent de Paul's Church, corner of Green and Steiner streets Tuesday,
January 14, at [?] o'clock a.m. Friends are invited to attend." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 12 Jan 1913, p. 71.
"TROLAN--In Loving Remembrance -- An anniversary
mass will be celebrated for the souls of the late Peter and Mary TROLAN
on Tuesday, January 30, at 8 o'clock a.m., in St. Vincent de Paul's Church,
corner of Green and Steiner streets. Friends are invited." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 28 January 28, 1912, p. 74. Transcribed by Susan
"TRONOFF--In this city, January 18, 1895, Annie,
beloved daughter of John and Annie TRONOFF and sister of Charlie
TRONOFF, a native of San Jose, aged 3 years, 5 months
and 17 days." Source:
San Francisco Morning Call, 29 Jan 1895, p.
15. Transcribed by Colleen Norby.
"TRONOFF--In this city, January 6, 1899, Lytia,
dearly beloved daughter of John and Annia [sic.] TRONOFF, a native
of San Francisco, aged 1 years 9 months and 10 days." Source: San Francisco
Bulletin, 8 Jan 1899.
"TROST--Louis H." Source:
San Francisco Chronicle,
23 Sept 1930. Transcribed by Sylvia.
"TROTT--In ?San Francisco, August 13, 1874, David
C. TROTT, aged 30 years." Source: Sacramento Bee, 17 Aug,
1874. Transcribed by Sandi Bordelon.
"TROUIN--In this city, November 23, Theodore Louis,
son of Theodore and Bridget TROUIN, a native of San Francisco, aged
16 years, 10 months and 19 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funearl Wednesday, at 2 p.m., from the residence
of the parents, No. 519 Castro street." Source: Daily Alta California,
24 Nov 1885.
"TROY--In this city, July 22, Sarah Ann, wife of
the late Daniel TROY, Jr., a native of New Orleans, La., aged 28
years. Friends and acqaintances are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral, to-day (Thursday), at 2 oc'clock p.m. from the residence of the
parents, No. 909 Geary street." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning
Call, 24 July 1879.
"TROY--In San Francisco, November 11, 1961, Frank
A. TROY, beloved brother of Mrs. Catherine CRUMLEY; loving
uncle of Margie HARTSHORN and Clovis JOHNSON; great uncle
of Carol, William, Eugene and Ronald HARTSHORN, Robert and Donal
great great uncle of Lianne MIZE. A native of California, aged 73
years. Member of NSGW Dolores Parlor No. 208. The funeral will take place
Tuesday, November 14 at 8:30 am from the Memorial Chapels of Carew &
English, thence to St. Agnes Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 13 Nov 1961. Contact: Jacqui
"TROY--In Stockton, March 30, 1924, Mary A. TROY,
beloved wife of Martin TROY, and beloved mother of Frank, William
and Rueben TROY and Mrs. A. F. NICOLL, Mrs. R. V. EMMETT
the late Edward and Martin TROY, a native of California. Friends
are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 9:30 am from the parlors
of Barry & McDonnell; thence to St. Paul's Church. Interment at Holy
Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 1 Apr 1924. Contact:
"TROY--In this city, July 22, Sarah A., wife of
the late Daniel TROY, Jr., a native of Louisiana, aged 28 years."
Source: Alta California, 24 July 1879.
"TROYA--In this city, Dec. 20, 1957,
Mary, beloved wife of the late Matt TROYA, loving mother of Matthew
TROYA, Mary Dietz and Mrs. Ann CHAPMAN; mother-in-law
of Mrs. Sophie TROYA and Mrs. Anna TROYA; loving grandmother
of Leann McIVER, Donald, Carol, Rudolph, Nancy and Diane TROYA,
Barbara, Sandra, Sheryl and Tommy CHAPMAN; great-grandmother of
Michael McIVER. A member of Slovenian Women's Union of America Branch
13, Lodge Golden Gate 141 American Fraternal Union, Lodge St. Barbara,
First Catholic Slovic Ladies Union Branch 195, Ladies Sodality of Church
of the Nativity. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 24, at 9 a. m. at the Chapels of
Gantner-Maison-Domergue, 777 Valencia St. nr 19th St., thence to the Church
of the Nativity where a Requiem High Mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosary monday evening at 8 o'clock." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 23 Dec 1957, Sec. II, page 19. Transcribed by Donna
"TRUITT--Died in San Francisco, Nov. 27, 1890, Mildred
Helen, daughter of Mr./Mrs. Harve TRUITT, aged 17m 2d." Source:
County Tribune (Healdsburg, CA), 4 Dec 1890. Transcribed by Jeanne
"TRUMAN--Anita Mercedes - Of Greenbrae, May 17,
1981; dear sister of the late Viola ABBOTT, Joseph A. TRUMAN,
EMMONS, Ramon J. TRUMAN
loving aunt of Mercedes
of Belmont, Betty ALEXANDER
San Diego, Bob EMMONS
of Seattle, Bill EMMONS of Pebble Beach,
Ramon TRUMAN of Tiburon, Frances
of S. F. , Frank
Tiburon and Margaret
of Stockton; a native of S. F.; aged
89; Retired Vice Principal of Lincoln High School. Private Memorial Services
were held Tuesday, May 19, 1981 at Monte's Mission Chapel, San Rafael.
Inurnment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Colma." Source: San Francisco Chronicle,
20 May 1981, page 42. Contact: Julia Christy
"TRUMAN--In this city, Nov. 18, 1940, Grace MORILL,
beloved wife of Ramon J. TRUMAN, loving mother of Ramon R. TRUMAN,
daughter of Ellen MORRILL of Montalvo, Ventura Company (sic), and
the late Frank W. MORRILL, a native of Nevada City, Calif. Funeral
services Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1940 at 10:30 o'clock a. m. at the Memorial
Chapels of Carew and English, Masonic at Golden Gate Ave. Interment private."
Source: San Francisco Examiner, 19 Nov 1940, page 9. Contact: Julia
"TRUMAN--In this city, Feb. 1, 1933, Paulina J.
wife of the late I. J. TRUMAN, mother of the late I. C. J. TRUMAN,
sister of Miss Ida I. SAGE, grandmother of Mrs. F. H. ABBOTT.
Jr., A. C. R. J. and Anita M. TRUMAN and Mrs. Lucile T. EMMONS,
aged 96 years. Services 11 a. m., Monday, at Gray's, Divisadero street
at Post." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 3 Feb 1935. Contact: Julia
"TRUMAN--In this city, June 24, 1969, Ramon Joseph
beloved husband of Ruth M. TRUMAN, loving father of Ramon R. TRUMAN
William R. CLAYTON, loving brother of Miss Anita M. TRUMAN,
loving grandfather of Lynda and Karen CLAYTON, Scott and Laurie
a native of San Francisco. Private services were held Thursday, June 26,
1969, at the Memorial Chapels of Carew & English." Source: San Francisco
Chronicle, 27 June 1969. Contact: Julia
"TRUMAN--In Berkeley, September 25, at his residence,
2828 Regent street, corner of Oregon street, Robert Carlos, beloved son
of Mercedes J. and the late Irwin C. J. TRUMAN, brother of A. Ceymour,
Arnetta M., and Raymond J. TRUMAN, Mrs. Frank ABBOTT Jr.
and Mrs. Ralph C. EMMONS and grandson of I. J. and Paulina J. TRUMAN,
a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 15 years 10 months and 21 days. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services tomorrow (Saturday),
at 10 o'clock a. m. at St. Augustine's Church, corner of Alcatraz and Dana
streets, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul. Interment private, Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by automobile." Source:
Francisco Examiner, 26 Sept. 1913, page 4. Contact: Julia
"TRUMP--James W. TRUMP, steward of ship 'Waterloo,'
was found dead in his berth yesterday. Cause, abscess of the lungs." Source:
Daily Independent, 5 Apr 1869. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc.
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