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Subject: Sonoma Co. Ca. 1889
Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 11:48:05 -0700 (PDT)
Sonoma County Tribune
<<<<< Oct. 5, 1889 issue: >>>>>>>
Frank CARILLO aka POSY, was sentenced to 3 years in Folsom prison,
convicted of assault to commit robbery upon Bernard McNAMARA.
Laura A. BLOCK vs. George C. BLOCK, divorce, extreme cruelty.
Mary L. YOUNG vs. James B. YOUNG, divorce, cruelty.
H.L. BARNES vs. Sallie J. BARNES, divorce, desertion.
Maurice DURBIN of San Francisco and Mollie C. BROWN, of Cloverdale, were
married in Cloverdale recently.
Married at San Francisco, Sept. 29, 1889, Peter J. SCHUMACHER to Martha
DAHLMAN, both of Petaluma.
Married at Petaluma, Sept. 25, 1889, George SHADER to Rebecca BOWMAN.
Married at Santa Rosa, Sept. 28, 1889, Harry E. POOL to Theresa J.
CAMPBELL, both of WIndsor.
Married at San Francisco, Sept. 25, 1889, F.D. SPAULDING to Annie M.
Married at Sebastopol, Sept. 19, 1889, Elias FORD, Sebastopol, to Mrs.
M.J. PALMER, Valley Ford.
Born to Mr./Mrs. Carl DRESEL, San Francisco, Sept. 21, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. H.L. LUTTRELL, near Glen Ellen, Sept. 21, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. Pleasant WELLS, Santa Rosa, Sept. 30, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. P. BERTOLI, Santa Rosa, Sept. 26, 1889, daughter.
Born to Mr./Mrs. A.K. CHAMBERS, Santa Rosa, Sept. 28, 1889, daughter.
Born to Mr./Mrs. Parker WEEKS, Santa Rosa, Sept. 30, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. A.B. KEISTER, Healdsburg, Sept. 25, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. John QUINN, near Petaluma, Sept. 26, 1889, daughter.
Born to Mr./Mrs. C.M.C. PETERS, near Petaluma, Sept. 26, 1889, daughter.
Born to Mr./Mrs. T.J. GEARY, Santa Rosa, Sept. 30, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. H. AMBUSTER, Petaluma, Sept. 29, 1889, daughter, 12 1/2
Born to Mr./Mrs. Frank WARD, Sebastopol, Sept. 18, 1889, daughter.
William CARNEY, a Canadian by birth, aged about 37 years, at work for
Wm. HILL of Healdsburg, on his ranches in Vallejo and Forestville for
the last 12 years, was accidentally killed near Guerneville, on
Saturday, Sept. 28th, by being thrown from his wagon. He leaves a wife
and was buried at Cypress Cemetery.
Died at Petaluma, Sept. 26, 1889, Mrs. Jane, wife of Dr. A.L. FARRAR,
native of S.C., aged 68y.
Died at Santa Rosa, Sept. 26, 1889, Russel, only son of Mrs. E.T.
Died at Petaluma, Sept. 21, 1889, Henry ZABEL, native of France, aged
Died at Santa Rosa, Oct. 1, 1889, Bertha L. BABLIE, 1y 11m 10d.
Died at Sebastopol, Oct. 3, 1889, Benjamin B. ALLEN, M.D., 68y 8m,
native of S.C.
Yesterday, Rev. HENRY and family, moved into the Walter FIELD cottage on
Sheridan St. opposite the Adventist College.
<<<<<< Oct. 12, 1889 issue: >>>>>>>
Wednesday, a tenant of one of the disreputable houses in North
Healdsburg, named Mollie BEAMIN took an overdose of laudunum with
suicidal intent. She took the poison in the presence of Ed. PRUETT in
his saloon on West St., north of Healdsburg, stating at the time that
she was taking it for the purpose of killing herself, but PRUETT paid no
attention. She was 28 or 30 years old, died on Oct. 10th, and interred
at Oak Mound. (long story in this issue)
Luella, youngest daughter of Julius HAUPT, died Friday, Oct. 4th, and
was buried the following Sunday in Riverside Cemetery.
Born to Mr./Mrs. George F. KING, Santa Rosa, Sept. 29, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. David WALLS, near Petaluma, Oct. 8, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. F.M. COOPER, Santa Rosa, Oct. 4, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. Geo. F. CLARK, Bennett Valley, Oct. 6, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. A.A. YORK, Healdsburg, Sept. 29, 1889, son.
Born to Mr./Mrs. Frank CHURCH, near Two Rock, Oct. 2, 1889, daughter.
Born to Dr./Mrs. H.H. DAVIS, Sonoma, Oct. 3, 1889, daughter.
Married at Petaluma, Oct. 6, 1889, Bart NERVO, Cloverdale, to Emma
Married at County Hospital, Oct. 10, 1889, by Rev. C.B. PITHLADO; Martin
MULLER to Mrs. Agnes NELSON.
Married at Santa Rosa, Oct. 3, 1889, Isaac D. RIPLEY to Lillie B. YOCKA.
Married at Agua Caliente, Oct. 1, 1889, Edward MANN to Mary PENNING.
Died near Sonoma, Sept. 29, 1889, Helene, daughter of Dist. Judge Emil
PLAGE, of Oerlinghausen, Liep - Detmold, Germany.
Died at Santa Rosa, Oct. 6, 1889, Irene Alice DEEMS, 10y 2m 2d, adoped
niece of Mrs. A.H. INGHAM.
Died at Williams, Yolo co., Oct. 4, 1889, W.F. HUTTON, aged 28y.
Died at Two Rock, Sept. 30, 1889, Charlotte MOLSEED, aged 17y.
Died at Vallejo, Oct. 2, 1889, Mrs. J. BURNS, mother of J.W. BURNS of
Died at Cloverdale, Oct. 4, 1889, Luella, infant daughter of Mr./Mrs.
Died near Santa Rosa, Oct. 4, 1889, George SCHOMBERG, native of Bavaria,
We understand that Mrs. NORTHUP, of Geyserville, died on Sunday, at her
home, from hemorrhage caused by the bursting of a blood vessel while
coughing. She contracted a bad cold while in San Francisco a few days
ago, but its fatal results were entirely unexpected. The deceased was
buried at Oak Mound on Tuesday.
William HATTON is no more. His sufferings are at an end. He departed
this life Friday week at Winters, Yolo co., at the home of his sister.
He belonged to Friendship Lodge, Knights of Pythias, of Healdsburg.
G.F. KING has purchased the agency for Sonoma County, for the New Era
Hydraulic clothes washer. He has already sold 10 dozen, and he is
pleased to note the great satisfaction they are giving.
|Sonoma Co. Ca. 1889 by (Jeanne)|