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From: "Mary Smith" <>
Subject: Re: Need Info + San Joaquin Obit
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 21:29:09 -0700
I was wondering why all this LATHROP info looked so familiar, then I noticed
it's what came up when I searched the archives for NYE. Some of the threads
had things like, "A large number met at the house of Mr. J. NYE, and from
thence proceeded to the LATHROP residence..."
But none of them answered my original quest, to learn the family of two young
Marie Lanthe NYE b. Mar 02, 1926 d. 04/30/1972 San Joaquin
Lorraine Eve NYE b. Dec 31, 1931
Their mother's maiden name: OTOOLE. Marie married Douglass Ulmont BEAUCHEMIN
(Jul 19, 1923 - Oct 09, 1987) Perhaps an obit for Marie Lanthe NYE BEAUCHEMIN
would give me some clues.
Any other ideas also welcome!
Mary Gill Smith
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Subject: Re: Need Info
The Hollister Free Lance
29 Mar 1889
*****Celebration of a Twentieth Wedding Anniversary*****
Mr. and Mrs. C.G. LATHROP have resided in this community over twenty
years. With little or no capital to work upon Mr. LATHROP has made a
success both as a farmer, a real estate man, and especially as a
merchant. His wife has been quite active in society and church life, and
both of them have a host of friends.
Saturday evening was celebrated as the twentieth anniversary of their
wedding. A large number met at the house of Mr. J. NYE, and from thence
proceeded to the LATHROP residence on Monterey street. Mr. and Mrs.
LATHROP were at home and for once a surprise party was really a surprise.
After an hour or two passed in music and amusements Rev. J.B. WARREN
of the Presbyterian Church made a brief address to Mr. and Mrs. LATHROP
and at its close presented them with a case containing an elegant set of
pearl handled knives and solid silver forks as a testimonial of the
esteem of those present. Mr. and Mrs. LATHROP received the gift and
feelingly thanked the donors for the token.
Mr. LATHROP has severed himself entirely from business here, and is
now a member of the Central Milling Company, in fact being in San
Francisco all the week in the capacity of buyer for the company. As soon
as he can dispose of his residence here his family will move to the city
to reside permanently.
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