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Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-3-1874

BORN

  • At Rocklin, Dec. 18, to the wife of Jeremiah Kelcher, a son.
  • At Damascus, Dec. 28, to the wife of Owen Griffith, a son.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-10-1874

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Jan. 1, to the wife of A. C. Bowen, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 13, to the wife of James Holmes, a son.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 7, to the wife of Hon. W. C. Norton, a daughter.
  • At Roseville, Dec. 2, to the wife of John H. Woodruff, a daughter.
  • At Roseville, Dec. 23, to the wife of Asbury Easton, a son.

DIED

  • At Lincoln, Dec. 27, Mrs. M., wife of Harvey Whitney, aged 23 years, a native of Illinois.
  • At Roseville, Dec. 31, Dora, youngest child of M. J. Barrett, aged 10 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-17-1874

BORN

  • At Colfax, Jan. 13, to the wife of J. B. Hayford, a daughter—weight 14 pounds.

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, Jan. 4, by Rev. A. O’Donnell, James B. Waters of Gold Hill, Nevada, to Miss Katie A. Hyland.
  • At Last Chance, Dec. 22, by A. J. Bishop, JP, William W. Penman to Miss Ellie N. May Jansen.

DIED

  • At Lincoln, Jan. 9, Charles C. Rice, aged 58 years, a native of New York.
  • At Newcastle, Jan. 13, John Tonkin, aged 44 years and 9 months, a native of Cornwall, England.
  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 28, Jonathan Bingham, aged 50 years, a native of Ireland.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 15, H. Miller, aged 43 years, formerly of Indiana.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 15, Andrew Fyrrell, aged about 65 years, a native of Sweden.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-24-1874

BORN

  • At Auburn, Jan. 19, to the wife of C. L. Simons, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Jan. 14, by James Jameson, JP, Mr. Ah Kae to Miss Ah Eie, both of Iowa Hill. No cards.
  • At Michigan Bluff, Nov. 6, by Rev. A. O’Donnell, Obediah Bunker to Mrs. Mary McClafferty.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-31-1874

BORN

  • On Antelope Ravine, Jan. 18, wife of W. P. Buzzle, a son.

DIED

  • Near Newcastle, Jan. 25, Andrew Bread, aged 44 years, a native of Tennessee.
  • At Bath, Jan. 25, Henry M. Hosmer, aged 34 years, a native of Camden, Maine.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-14-1874

BORN

  • At San Francisco, Feb. 4, to the wife of I. T. Coffin, a daughter,
  • At Auburn, Feb. 10, to the wife of J. A. Filcher, a son.
  • At Auburn, Feb. 11, to the wife of E. L. Craig, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Rocklin, Feb. 9, Emulous Davis, aged 23 years.
  • At Pleasant Grove Creek near Roseville, Feb. 6, Ida Adella Leonard, aged 15 years, a native of California.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-21-1874

BORN

  • At Alta, Feb. 17, to the wife of Richard Fiellan, a son.
  • On North Ravine near Ophir, Feb. 16, to the wife of T. M. Tharp, a son.
  • Near Auburn, Feb. 1, to the wife of William Smith, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, Feb. 14, by Rev. N. R. Peck, Welcome Hathaway to Miss Ella Thompson.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-14-1874

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, Feb. 18, by Justice R. T. Kelly, Mr. E. Effendal to Miss E. W. Hurtzig.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-28-1874

DIED

  • Near Bald Hill, Feb. 22, William Moran, aged 9 years and 6 months.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-14-1874

BORN

  • In Auburn, March 7, to the wife of Hon. J. Ives Fitch, a son.
  • At Sacramento, Feb. 24, to the wife of F. A. Lux, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, March 7, by Justice H. Walsh, John Fogarty to Mary Jane O’Neil.
  • At Lincoln, March 5, by Rev. J. Kelsay, John Gerben to Lydia Burdge.

DIED

  • At Auburn, March 8, Blasius Stierle, aged 57 years.
  • Near Carson City, March 5, Herman A. Eicke, aged 20 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-21-1874

BORN

  • In Auburn, March 19, to the wife of L. Dallman, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, March 15, by Rev. E. E. Dodge, John W. Hurlburt of Summit, Placer Co., to Mary J. Worsley of Shady Run, step-daughter of H. J. Marsh, formerly of Gold Hill, Nevada.

DIED

  • Near Sheridan, Placer Co., March 12, Colonel Boulware, of consumption, aged 61 years and 2 days.
  • At Michigan Bluff, March 17, George W. Morton, aged 42 years, 8 months, 13 days.
  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, March 15, Wilson Davis, aged 54 years, formerly of Missouri.
  • At San Francisco, March 16, William Jamison, son of Thomas and Maria Jamison, aged 30 years, a native of Pennsylvania.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-28-1874

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, March 22, by Rev. J. H. C. Bronie, John H. Gregory of Auburn to Louisa O. Blanchard of Newcastle.
  • DIED.
  • At the County Hospital, March 22, Francisco Perry, a native of Chile, aged 66 years.
  • At the County Hospital, March 26, Jamas Tollman, a native of Maine, aged 77 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-11-1874

BORN

  • In Auburn, April 7, to the wife of A. Huntley, Deputy Sheriff, a son.

DIED

  • Near Ophir at the Crater Mine, April 7, John Rundle, a native of Cornwall, England, aged 36 years.
  • At Oakland Co., Michigan, March 14, Mrs. Annie Predmore, mother of G. B. Predmore, Clipper Gap, and sister of Mark Buckley, California, aged 67 years, 7 months, 7 days.
  • In Auburn, April 4, Mrs. M. W. DuBois, aged 73 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, March 26, James Tollman, aged 77 years, formerly of Maine.
  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, April 5, Christopher Dalton, aged 45 years, formerly of New York.
  • At Clipper Gap, April 5, E. L. Kedew, infant son of Selim Kedew, aged 2 years and 9 months.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-25-1874

BORN

  • Near Auburn, April 13, to the wife of A. Waldo, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, March 13, by Rev. N. R. Peck, Orange Keeler to Mrs. Julia A. Lundey.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-9-1874

BORN

  • At Lincoln, May 3, to the wife of W. S. Long, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Summit, May 5, by Rev. C. Shelling, George P. McConkey to Sadie P. Gordon

DIED

  • At Auburn, May 2, Mary Helena Lyon, daughter of Mary and W. B. Lyon, aged 7 years and 14 months.
  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, May 7, Philander Edwards, aged 50 years, a native of Vermont.
  • Near Hayesville, Ashland Co., Ohio, April 24, William Ewing, brother of T. S. Ewing of Lincoln, Placer Co.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-16-1874

DIED

  • In Clayton, Contra Costa Co., May 11, of consumption, William A. Perkins, a son of Joseph Perkins of Clipper Gap, aged 30 years, a native of Massachusetts.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-23-1874

BORN

  • In Auburn, May 19, to the wife of Frank Schweitzer, a son.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-6-1874

BORN

  • In Auburn, June 2, to the wife of J. M. White, a son.
  • In Auburn, June 3, to the wife of H. Gerlach, a son.
  • In Auburn, June 3, to the wife of A. Keeler, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Blue Canyon, May 20, by Rev. G. D. Pinneo, B. H. Joesink and Hattie E. Lucas.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, May 31, H. Kuenzely, a native of Switzerland, aged 69 years.
  • At Providence, Rhode Island, May 22, James McGinley, aged 50 years.
  • At Michigan Bluff, June 3, Martin Ryan, a native of Wales, aged 38 years.
  • At San Francisco, June 1, George G. Webster, a native of Hartford, Connecticut, aged 50 years, 2 months and 17 days.
  • Near Ophir, June 3, Dr. J. P. Thompson, a native of New York, aged 53 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-13-1874

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, June 5, James Matthews, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 68 years.
  • At the County Hospital, June 7, John Dillon, a native of Ireland, aged 45 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-20-1874

BORN

  • At Todds Valley, May 26, to the wife of S. B. White, a daughter.
  • At Michigan Bluff, June 6, to the wife of W. C. Shian, a daughter.
  • At Lincoln, June 14, to the wife of A. C. Fleming, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, June 14, by Rev. Father O’Donnell, Frank Hackman to Phebe Sherritt.
  • Near Petaluma, June 10, George A. Lyon to Mrs. Emma L. Ranard.

DIED

  • In Montreal, Canada, May 26, William Fenton, a native of England. Deceased was the father of H. W. Fenton of Colfax.
  • At the County Hospital, June 15, William Rexton, a native of Denmark, aged 42 years.
  • At Santa Barbara, June 6, Mrs. Kate Sprague, wife of George Sprague, formerly of Iowa Hill, aged 23 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-18-1874

DIED

  • At Auburn Station, July 16, Miss Marry E. Dunn of San Francisco, aged 17 years, 6 months and 22 days.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-25-1874

MARRIED

  • At Rocklin, July 12, by L. G. Smith, JP, Henry Burns of San Francisco to Mary A. Layton of Rocklin.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, July 23, R. Cox (colored), a native of Kentucky, aged 69 years.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-1-1874

BORN

  • At Auburn, July 28, to the wife of Henry Stone, a son.
  • At Newcastle, July 26, to the wife of Antoine De Costa, twins—a son and a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, July 28, by R. T. Kelley, JP, Julius Mouron to Annie Brown.

DIED

  • At Lincoln, July 27, Melissa, daughter of William S. and Martha Long, aged 2 months and 24 days.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-8-1874

BORN

  • Near Rattlesnake Bar, Aug. 1, to the wife of Robert Hector, a son.

DIED

  • Near Newcastle, Aug. 2, T. Schotgen, a native of Baden, in the 73d year of his age.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-15-1874

BORN

  • At Roseville, Aug. 8, to the wife of E. S. Shearer, a son.
  • At Auburn, Aug. 7, to the wife of C. C. Crosby, a daughter.
  • At Placerville, Aug. 9, to the wife of W. A. Selkirk, twins - a son and a daughter.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-22-1874

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Aug. 19, by Rev. James Jameson, JP, John Trezona to Mrs. Mary Dunkin.
  • At Rocklin, Aug. 19, by L. G. Smith, JP, Albert A. Nelson to Kate Decker.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-29-1874

BORN

  • At Colfax, Aug. 19, to the wife of A. D. Bowley, a daughter.
  • At Emigrant Gap, Aug. 21, to the wife of J. F. Baldwin, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Aug. 24, by R. C. Poland, JP, John B. Holbrook and Laura Blundell.
  • At Auburn, Aug. 24, by Hon. J. Ives Fitch, William Irving and Mrs. Sarah P. Edinger.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-5-1874

BORN

  • At Roseville, Aug. 25, to the wife of B. A. Johnson, a daughter.
  • At Rocklin, Aug. 27, to the wife of Henry Barnett, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, by Rev. E. E. Dodge, Oscar F. Seavey and Miss Anna E. Patterson.

DIED

  • At Colfax, Aug. 22, Stanley Dunbar, a native of Indiana, aged 39 years and 6 months.
Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-12-1874

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Sept. 2, to the wife of E. Thomas, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, to the wife of Rev. G. D. Pinneo, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Sept. 8, by Rev. Edward E. Dodge, Albert N. Lewis of Livermore, Alameda Co., and Miss Bertha Behrend of Washington, DC.

BORN

  • At Antelope Ravine, Sept. 13, to the wife of R. A. Logan, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At San Francisco, Sept. 15, by Rev. H. Cox, Hon. S. B. Burt of Bath, Placer County, and Miss A. R. Eastman of San Francisco.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Sept. 14, Thomas Mullen, a native of Maine, aged 28 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Sept. 15, Patrick Cavanagh, a native of Ireland, aged 51 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-19-1874]

MARRIED

  • At United States Ranch, Sept. 22, by Thomas Dodds, JP, William Jones and Mary P. Martin.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-26-1874]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of Rev. G. Lankin near Ophir, Sept. 30, James McCurdy and Miss Carrie Rhodes.

DIED

  • At Pilot Hill, El Dorado County, Sept. 11, Ruby Slade, wife of Silas Hays, in the 71st year of her age. Placerville papers please copy.
  • On the 17th inst., at the residence of her son, Frank Fitch, in Mount Sterling, Kentucky, Paulina, widow of Dr. Cornelius R. Fitch, deceased, formerly of Delhi, Delaware County, New York, aged 79. Deceased was the mother of J. Ives Fitch, Judge of the County Court of Placer County.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-3-1874]

MARRIED

  • Near Auburn at the residence of the bride’s father, Sept. 27, by Rev. E. E. Dodge, Ira Avery and Seney V. Bowles.
  • At Sheridan, Oct. 14, by Rev. Charles Lee, O. K. Hopkins and Miss J. E. Smith.
  • At Rocklin, Oct. 1, by Rev. George C. Starr, B. H. F. Mason and Jennie E. Clark.
  • At Forest Hill, Oct. 4, by R. T. Kelley, J. P. Denman P. Stevens and Lucinda Davis.
  • At Forest Hill, Oct. 4, by R. T. Kelley, JP, Charles L. Canfield and Ella E. Mitchell.
  • At Auburn at the residence of the bride’s father, Oct. 11, by Hon. J. Ives Fitch, William Werry and Mary Chrisman.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-17-1874]

DIED

  • In Dutch Flat, Oct. 19, Mrs. Louisa Clark, wife of C. S. Clark, native of New York, aged 64 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-24-1874]

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Oct. 26, by Hon. J. Ives Fitch, Ling Kew to Moey Quee.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 25, Mike Reidey, a native of Ireland, aged 52 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-31-1874]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Nov. 1, to the wife of W. B. Lyon, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Lincoln, Oct. 31, at the residence of the bride, by Rev. George R. Davis, Mathew Petterson of Lincoln to Mrs. Benjamena C. Petterson of Marysville.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-7-1874]

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 10, by Rev. G. D. Pinneo, Charles Myer and Lizzie M. Claven.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 8, James Friday, an Indian.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-14-1874]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, Nov. 9, to the wife of James D____, a daughter.
  • In Auburn, Nov. 14, to the wife of B. F. ____, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-21-1874]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Nov. 12, to the wife of W. L. Munson, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Nov. 25, by Rev. E. H. King, B. F. Myres and Mrs. E. A. Galo.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-28-1874]

BORN

  • At Colfax, Dec. 8, to the wife of William Shrode, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Dec. 7, by E. Walsh, JP, Alfred Painter and Mrs. Augusta Peterson.

DIED

  • At San Francisco, Dec. 5, Mrs. Maria Antoinette Jamison, wife of Thomas Jamison of Auburn.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-12-1874]

MARRIED

  • At Gold Run, Dec. 20, by James Jameson, JP, John Deardoff and Matilda Bendeson.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 18, Stephen Waddell, a native of England, aged 53 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-26-1874]

MARRIED

  • At Yankee Jims, Dec. 29, by Rev. G. Larkin, T. G. Durning and Mary Welden.
  • At Auburn, Dec. 25, by E. Walsh, JP, William N. Bissett and Isabella Stevens.

DIED

  • At Colfax, Dec. 29, Charles W. Sprague, aged 20 years, 5 months and 17 days. Deceased was born in Iowa Hill, July 12, 1854. His noble qualities of mind and heart doubly endeared him to his relatives and friends, and his loss is deeply mourned by all.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-2-1875]

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Jan. 3, to the wife of G. A. Manley, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-9-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Stockton, Jan. 7, by Rev. Post, Major M. Swett of Auburn and Mrs. R. J. Spaulding of Stockton.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-16-1875]

BORN

  • At Lincoln, Jan. 15, to the wife of T. J. Waldron, a daughter.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, Jan. 22, Benjamin J. Shamp, aged 40 years, a native of New Jersey.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-23-1875]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Jan. 28, to the wife of J. A. Rittinger, a daughter.
  • In Rocklin, Jan. 21, to the wife of J. M. Walden, a son.

MARRIED

  • In Roseville, Jan. 28, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Elder A. Woodruff, Mr. C. D. Banta to Miss Mary Jane Gardner.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 24, Michael Flick, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 46 years.
  • At Brighton, Canada West, Jan. 3, William Butler, aged 74 years and 10 months.
  • In Brunswick, Missouri, Jan. 1, Thomas A. Wright.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-30-1875]

BORN

  • Near Penryn, Jan. 27, to the wife of Edward Logan, a son.
  • At Todds Valley, Jan. 31, to the wife of A. Garbe, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Auburn, Jan. 31, James G. Swan, aged 61 years, a native of Kentucky.
  • At San Jose, Jan. 29, James O’Brien, a native of Ireland
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-6-1875]

BORN

  • At Ophir, Jan. 22, to the wife of H. C. Mead, a son.
  • At Forest Hill, Jan. 13, to the wife of George Hall, a son.
  • At Colfax, Feb. 11, to the wife of Isa Plank, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Feb. 6, by Rev. E. H. King, Ernest Swim and Mrs. Mary Benoit.
  • At Auburn, Feb. 3, by Rev. A. Coplin, John Nancaron and Miss Kate Treanor.

DIED

  • Near Roseville, ____, Mrs. Ragsdale, aged 72 years, 2 months and 8 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-13-1875

MARRIED

  • Near Ophir, at the residence of the officiating minister, Feb. 9, by Rev. G. Karkin, Mr. Jack Lower to Miss Emma J. Plants, both of Placer County.

DIED

  • In this place on Thursday last, Miss Sallie Hamilton, aged 20 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-20-1875]

BORN

  • At Colfax, Feb. 24, to the wife of H. O. Davis, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 25, by Rev. G. D. Pinneo, S. E. Swensson and Miss Priscilla Fulton.

DIED

  • At Summit Station, Feb. 20, Charles A. Moore, aged 18 years, 1 month and 25 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-27-1875]

MARRIED

  • In Roseville, March 1, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Elder A. Woodruff, Mr. William Hotchkiss of Gold Run to Miss Elizabeth A. Cofer.
  • In Oakland, Alameda County, Feb. 24, at the Grand Central Hotel, Major Edward W. Clark of Chicago, Illinois, to Miss Grace Ellis, formerly of Placer County.
  • In Iowa Hill, March 4, by Rev. J. J. Cleaveland, Charles H. Clark and Miss Nan Ingersoll.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 26, Eugene, infant son of Amos and Mary Moss.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-6-1875]

BORN

  • At Auburn, March 11, to the wife of Thomas Cain, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, March 10, by Rev. J. J. Cleaveland, Louis Treanor and Miss Ida Graham.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, March 8, Catherine E. Hudepohl, wife of Rudolph Hudepohl, aged 36 years, a native of New York City.
  • At Auburn, Feb. 27, Horace Baldwin, a native of New York, aged 46 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-13-1875]

BORN

  • To the wife of J. A. Harrison of Gold Run, March 15, a daughter.
  • To the wife of Joseph Mattel of Alta, March 19, a son.
  • To the wife of William Barber of Alta, March 20, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, March 20, by E. Walsh, JP, John Parhaus of San Francisco and Miss Lizzie Schillinsky of Dutch Flat.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-27-1875]

BORN

  • At Rocklin, March 29, to the wife of Henry Joesink, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, March 28, by Rev. Father O’Connell, Dr. A. C. McAlpin and Miss Maggie Magru.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-10-1875]

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, April 6, Henry K. West, a native of Maine, aged 48 (or 18?) years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-17-1875]

BORN

  • At Rocklin, April 15, to the wife of Fred Biscoe, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Ophir, April 20, the wife of Elijah Gay, aged 35 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-24-1875]

BORN

  • April 11, Tuesday, to the wife of A. H. Dake, twins—a boy and a girl.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-15-1875]

BORN

  • At Auburn, May 17, to the wife of J. M. Jacobs, a son.
  • At Newcastle, May 1, to the wife of F. Baker, a son.
  • At Newcastle, May 7, to the wife of Berry Mitchell, a daughter.
  • At Penryn, May 11, to the wife of W. H. Puffer, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Ophir, May 13, Mrs. Mary J. Starr, aged 30 years, 7 months and 28 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-22-1875]

BORN

  • In Auburn, May 27, to the wife of S. Betton, a son—a 12½ pounder.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-29-1875]

BORN

  • In Rocklin, May 30, to the wife of George Gray, a son.
  • In Clover Valley near Rocklin, May 19, to the wife of L. M. Layton, a daughter.
  • In Rocklin, June 6, to the wife of Albert Nelson, a daughter, Sacramento papers please copy.
  • In Auburn, June 5, to the wife of J. A. Filcher, a son.

DIED

  • At Lincoln, May 28, Cora, daughter of Samuel H. and Susan A. Moore, aged 13 years, 6 months and 22 days. “Faded on earth to bloom in Heaven.” San Francisco papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-12-1875]

DIED

  • In Auburn, Saturday, June 12, infant son of J. R. Willis.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-19-1875]

BORN

  • At Auburn, June 23, to the wife of John Willis, twins—a boy and a girl.
  • At Auburn, June 22, to the wife of Hugh Turley, a daughter.
  • At Iowa Hill, May 30, to the wife of A. H. Goodrich, twin boys.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s parents near Roseville, June 20, H. W. Lowell to Miss Nancy A. Campbell.
  • At the Buena Vista Ranch, Nevada County, June 27, G. O. P. Hilton of San Francisco to Miss Emma J. Young of Buena Vista Ranch.
  • At Iowa Hill, June 14, by Rev. A. O’Donnell, Francis H. Hackman to Miss Phebe Ann Sherritt.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-26-1875]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, June 21, to the wife of William Mitchell, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-3-1875]

MARRIED

  • At San Francisco, July 11, by Rev. F. F. Jewell, DD, Thomas E. Stephens of Auburn, to Mrs. Addie Alleck of San Francisco. The numerous friends of the happy couple join with us in wishing them a life of unalloyed happiness. Our boys enjoyed the cake and wine hugely.
  • At Michigan Bluff, June 28, by Rev. George Larkin, G. W. Hoffman to Miss Mary J. Morgan.
  • At Gold Run, June 29, by Rev. O’Donnell, Jonathan Shephard to Miss Ann Long.
  • At Rocklin, July 3, Henry Sharron to Miss Betsey Adams.
  • At San Francisco, July 7, by Rev. T. S. Dunn, Robert J. Thomas to Miss Martha Bone, both of Iowa Hill.
  • At Colfax, June 29, Lawrence Austin to Miss Margaret Hawkins.

DIED

  • At the Stone House near Auburn, July 12, Mary Lenora, infant daughter of A. H. Dake.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-17-1875]

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, July 27, Quincy Stancliff, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 26 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-31-1875]

BORN

  • At Colfax, July 3, to the wife of William Irving, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, July 17, by P. Stone, JP, J. B. Carder to Martha Hannell.

DIED

  • At Colfax, July 18, Ira Edwin, son of Asa and Sophia E. Plank, age 5 months and 2 days.
  • At Colfax, July 15, infant son of William and Sarah P. Irving, aged 12 days.
  • At Gold Run, July 20, John Walker.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-24-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Lincoln, July 20, by Rev. E. B. Hurlbut, James A. Chapman and Hannah A. Hotchkiss.
  • At Auburn, July 29, by Judge J. Ives Fitch, John D. Richardson and Nancy Adams.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-7-1875]

BORN

  • At Rocklin, July 24, to the wife of Z. Bates, a daughter.

DIED

  • In Roseville, Aug. 1, Frank Hare, son of Parker S. and Mattie Berry, aged 4 years, 5 months and 17 days. “Another dear messenger more, To that bright celestial shore, Another little angel waits, For us at the pearly gates.”
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-14-1875]

BORN

  • Near Roseville, Aug. 15, to the wife of J. H. Neher, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Aug. 13, by E. Walsh, JP, Leung Bing Gue to Chang Choy.

DIED

  • At Doty’s Flat, Aug. 18, Auguste Straube, aged 2 years, 7 months and 17 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-21-1875]

BORN

  • At the Baker Ranch near Michigan Bluff, Aug. 10, to the wife of J. W. Richards, a son.
  • At Newcastle, Aug. 29, to the wife of James K. Correa, a son.

DIED

  • Near Lincoln, Aug. 15, Mattias Peterson, a native of Sweden, aged 55 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-28-1875]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Sept. 3, to the wife of M. Predom, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Aug. 24, by Rev. E. H. King, G. B. Downing to Miss A. J. Smith.
  • At Colfax, Aug. 29, by Rev. J. J. Cleveland, A. J. Sprague to Miss Mary E. Dudley.

DIED

  • In Iowa Hill, July 29, Adelmorn H., twin son of A. H. and L. R. Goodrich, aged 2 months.
  • In San Francisco, Aug. 23, Mrs. Sarah A. Ferril, widow of the late Jonathan Ferril, formerly of Forest Hill, aged 69 years. Through a long life, spent almost exclusively in one town, she lived beloved and respected by all, and died universally lamented. She was a practical Christian, a devoted mother, and thoroughly kind and unselfish woman.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-4-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Rocklin, Sept. 21, by Rev. Thomas Crossby, Frank Young and Lillian Frances Crosby.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-25-1875]

MARRIED

  • At San Francisco, Sept. 27, by Rev. J. M. Bushler, Jacob Schuler and Catherine Steinie, both of Auburn.
  • At Auburn, Sept. 27, by Hon. J. Ives Fitch, Sum Lock and Lu Sin.
  • At Michigan Bluff, Sept. 26, by J. Taylor, JP, R. M. Armstrong and Maggie Ryan.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-2-1875]

BORN

  • At Penryn, Oct. 10, to the wife of Louis Bossia, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Rocklin, Oct. 11, by Rev. Thomas Crossley, James Waddell and Hattie Russell, both of Rocklin.
  • Near Roseville, Sept. 30, by Elder A. Woodruff, T. C. Warwick and Martha L. Pangborn, all of Placer Co.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 7, James Abbott, aged 49 (?) years, a native of New York.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-16-1875]

BORN

  • At Sola Vineyard, Oct. 12, to the wife of Robert Hector, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 19, by Rev. I. B. Fish, Adams Barrett and Emma Kellan.
  • At Little York, Nevada Co., Oct. 16, by Rev. I. B. Fish, Christian H. Hudepohle (?) and Ola V. Robb.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-23-1875]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 20, to the wife of Charles Strahle, a daughter.
  • At Gold Run, Oct. 10, to the wife of ___ Weisgurber, a son.
  • At Alabama Hill, Oct. 21, to the wife of Wayne Sumner, a son
  • At Gold Run, Oct. 23, to the wife of Nelson Chatterson, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, Sept. 14, Richard Pecht and Louisa Rebecca Henning.

DIED

  • At County Hospital, Oct. 22, Wilson Dunn, aged 59 years, a native of New York.
  • Near Alta, Oct. 11, a son of George D. Kellogg, aged 3 years.
  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 25, Georgie, son of J. L. Brinkman, aged 21 months and 14 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-30-1875]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 18, to the wife of Charles P. Boek, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 29, to the wife of August Berg, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 1, to the wife of Charles Maller, twins—a boy and a girl.

DIED

  • At Auburn, Oct. 30, Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of Fred and Louisa Grohs, aged 13 years, 2 months and 10 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-6-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Wheatland, Nov. 7, Walter Neustadt to Mary Stout.

DIED

  • At Shady Run, Nov. 2, Etta, second daughter of J. F. and F. E. Talbett, aged 14 years, 2 months and 18 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-13-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, Nov. 11, by Rev. Langenbacker, Emil Seibold and Carrie Steinle.
  • At Yankee Jims, Nov. 13, by Rev. E. H. King, H. T. Adams and M. F. Lowell.
  • At Auburn, Nov. 14, by Rev. E. H. King, Anson S. Waldo and Katie L. Smith.
  • At Auburn, Nov. 9, by Hon. J. I. Fitch, F. E. Eicke and Molly Lovelady.

DIED

  • At Ophir, Nov. 15, John Johnson.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-20-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Alta, Nov. 20, by Rev. I. B. Fisk, W. E. Fowler and Fanny R. Smith, both of Alta.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 20, William Currey, aged 64 years, a native of Kentucky.
  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 21, Daniel Snell, a native of Cornwall, England, aged 27 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-27-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, Nov. 21, by R. T. Kelley, JP, Francis J. Locher and Minnie E. Mitchell.
  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 27, by J. Jameson, JP, Wa Doon Poy and Tung Hoy.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 25, William H. Harris, aged 58, a native of Kentucky.
  • At Cresent Mills, Plumas County, Nov. 11, William R. Taylor, a resident of Ophir, aged 43 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-4-1875]

BORN

  • At Oregon Bar, Dec. 3, to the wife of A. D. Maither, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 4, to the wife of S. E. Swensson, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 7, to the wife of H. L. Rickard, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Damascus, Nov. 10, James A. Lombard, aged 44 years.
  • At Blue Canyon, Dec. 4, J. C. Peterman.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-11-1875]

MARRIED

  • At Applegate near Colfax, Dec. 4, at the residence of the bride’s father, C. W. Wilson, by Rev. S. Jones, L. W. McDonald and Mrs. Estelle M. Harrington.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 13, Samuel McLeod, aged 60, a native of Canada.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-18-1875]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 18, to the wife of J. H. Lakamp, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 21, Edward Bebe, native of Canada, aged 39 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-25-1875]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Dec. 28, to the wife of J. H. Gregory, a son.

DIED

  • At Auburn, Dec. 29, Mrs. Louisa O. Gregory.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-1-1876]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Jan. 3, to the wife of Dr. N. Martin, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, Jan. 1, by Rev. Seneca Jones, J. H. Wilson and Miss Carrie M. Cooke, both of Dutch Flat.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 30, Thomas Coulton, aged 46, a native of Kentucky.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-8-1876]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Jan. 1, to the wife of John Beisler, a son.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-15-1876]

BORN

  • At Yankee Jims, Dec. 24, to the wife of T. G. Durning, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Penryn, Jan. 7, by Rev. E. H. King, Robert B. Pritchard and Ellen Griffith.
  • At Rocklin, Jan. 5, by Rev. Thomas Crosby, Henry B. Olmsted and Alice M. Gaylord.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 8, by Judge Fitch, S. S. Carrol and Rosa Conlon.
  • At Forest Hill, Jan. 9, by R. T. Kelly, JP, E. Allen and Mary Armstrong.
  • At Forest Hill, Dec. 23, by Rev. O’Donnell, J. P. Keiser and Della Halligap.
  • At Alta, Jan. 12, by Rev. J. H. Mearril, E. W. Towle and Margaret A. Lilla.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 13, by Judge Fitch, W. M. Foster and Martha E. Aspinwall.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 20, by E. Walsh, JP, James B. Miller and Sarah M. Conly.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-22-1876]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Jan. 25, to the wife of Hon. J. Ives Fitch, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-29-1876]

DIED

  • At Sacramento, Jan. 30, Peter McDermitt.
  • At County Hospital, Jan. 24, Nicholas Smith, aged 45 years.
  • At County Hospital, Feb. 23, Robert Hunter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-5-1876]

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Feb. 7, to the wife of E. L. Dooley, a daughter.
  • At Auburn, Feb. 9, to the wife of W. K. Mitchell, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, Feb. 2, William Barrows, aged 20 years, 6 months.
  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 7, Mrs. J. W. Beach.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-12-1876]

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Feb. 10, to the wife of W. C. Shain, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 10, to the wife of Luke Secord, twins, a son and a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, Feb. 7, by D. W. Baylles, JP, O. L. Dereemer to Hattie Wilty, both of Blue Canyon.

DIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, Feb. 12, Mrs. E. Buel, aged 56 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-19-1876]

BORN

  • At Forest Hill, Jan. 31, to the wife of John P. Rains, a daughter.
  • At Penryn, to the wife of Alexander McClennan, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 24, to the wife of G. R. Chadwick, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-26-1876]

BORN

  • At Truckee, Feb. 25, to the wife of James Cardwell, a daughter.
  • At Penryn, Feb. 21, to the wife of Mitchel Lucia, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Yankee Jims, Feb. 20, by R. T. Kelley, JP, George H. Peese and Julia Demaria.
  • At Independence Hill, Feb. 19, by P. Stone, JP, Henry Simons and Charlotte Reno.

DIED

  • At her home near Edinburg, Pennsylvania, Feb. 12, after a painful illness of 14 weeks, Barbara E. Howe, in the 66th year of her age. Mrs. Howe was the wife of George G. Howe and mother of W. C. Howe, formerly of Iowa Hill. Funeral services by Rev. John R. Lyon.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-4-1876]

MARRIED

  • Near Newcastle, Feb. 16, James C. Manser of Sacramento to Harriet A. Crow of Newcastle.

DIED

  • In Dutch Flat, March 4, Grace, daughter of Sen. Noble Martin, aged 3 years.
  • At Montreal, Canada, Feb. 29, Mary Fenton, aged 19 years and 7 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-11-1876]

BORN

  • At Lincoln, March 10, to the wife of J. Kelcher, a daughter.
  • At Blue Canyon, March 15, to the wife of W. S. Robb, a daughter.
  • At Gold Run, March 11, to the wife of C. H. Bartlett, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, March 12, to the wife of Rev. J. H. Merrill, a daughter.

DIED

  • On Friday, March 10, Johnnie, son of Owen Jones of Clipper Gap, aged 7 years.
  • At Rocklin, March 3, Henry Snyder, native of Iowa, of pneumonia, aged 18 years, 9 months.
  • At Rocklin, March 6, Mrs. A. M. Walker, of affection of the lungs and hemorrhage, aged 38 years and 4 days, native of Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville papers please copy.
  • At Roseville, March 16, Margaret, wife of J. D. Pratt, aged 35 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-18-1876]

BORN

  • At Colfax, March 10, to the wife of Dr. Clark, a daughter.
  • At Colfax, March 19, to the wife of Jacob Kuenzly, a son.
  • At Prossers Ranch, Friday, March 17, to the wife of George Threlkel, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Castroville,  Dec. 16, by Rev. Father Curran, Joseph A. Conbole of San Jose to Tillie Fuller of Lincoln.

DIED

  • At Rocklin, March 20, George H., infant son of John and Mary Ertie.
  • At the County Hospital, A. P. Kimball, native of Massachusetts, aged 76 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-25-1876]

MARRIED

  • On Thursday, March 23, by Rev. E. H. King, A. H. Cowden of Foresthill to Mattie _imms of Michigan Bluff.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, March 17, Elizabetha Jennings Bone, aged 14 years, 9 months and 12 days.
  • At the County Hospital, March 26, William Sutphen, aged 66 years, native of New Jersey. Came here with Stevenson’s Regiment
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-1-1876]

DIED

  • At Gold Run, March 27, George Frederick, beloved son of George and Elizabeth Betten, aged 1 year, 10 months and 14 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-8-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, by Rev. N. R. Peck, Henry Fraiser of Carson City, Nevada, to Edith Dorsen of Ophir.
  • Near Virginia, Placer Co., April 12, by Rev. N. R. Peck, George F. Van De Mark of San Francisco to Margaret E. Brown of Placer County.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, April 13, Dennis O’Nell, aged 65 years, native of Ireland.
  • At the County Hospital, April 14, William Steward, aged 56 years, native of Scotland.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-15-1876]

BORN

  • At Emigrant Gap, April 15, to the wife of Ira Avery, a son.
  • Near Alta, April 16, to the wife of Samuel Newell, a son.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-22-1876]

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, April 27, Zebulen Thompson, a native of New York, aged 53 years.
  • At Auburn, April 27, John R. Gwynn, aged 76 years.
  • At Yankee Jims, April 23, Miss Kate Andrews.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-29-1876]

DIED

  • In Auburn, May 1, Mrs. Mary Alderson, wife of R. S. Alderson.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-13-1876]

BORN

  • At Ophir, May 10, to the wife of Welcome Hathaway, a son.

MARRIED

  • In Stockton, May 9, by Rev. Samuel Robinson, J. R. Clayes to Florence Adella, daughter of the late B. F. Wellington of Auburn.
  • In Auburn, May 15, by J. Ives Fitch, Lewis Lerelle and Miss Ellen Mutchmore, both of Lincoln.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, May 13, Aaron Fostick, aged 40 years, a native of Michigan.
  • At the County Hospital, Thursday, May 18, Thomas Jones, aged 41 years, a native of Kentucky.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-20-1876]

BORN

  • In Auburn, May 20, to the wife of J. R. Jones, a son.

MARRIED

  • In Sacramento, May 22, by Rev. A. B. Foskett, Albert E. French of Placer County to Mrs. Mary Vaugh of Yolo County.
  • At Alta, May 23, by Rev. Father Maloney, H. Van Vleet of Truckee to Miss Roxanne Rogers of Alta.
  • At Alta, May 23, by Rev. I. B. Fish, Joseph Dixon to Miss Celia Waters.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-27-1876]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, May 21, to the wife of L. R. Grannis, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Sunday, May 28, John Cole, aged 69 years, a native of Ireland.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-3-1876]

DIED

  • At Conway, Arkansas, May 25, John P. Shackleton, father of Dr. E. L. Shackleton of Auburn, aged 72 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-10-1876]

BORN

  • At Lincoln, June 13, to the wife of William Ingram, a son.
  • At Lincoln, June 13, to the wife of William H. Turner, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Newcastle, June 8, by Rev. N. R. Peck, Eugene H. Cross of Sacramento and Ida E. Clow of Newcastle.
  • At Iowa Hill, May 30, by Rev. Father Maloney, Fred J. Adge and Mary J. Cavanaugh. City papers please copy.
  • At Bath, June 15, by Rev. Father Donnelly, Edward Barrett and Mary J. Haney.

DIED

  • At Gold Run, June 12, William Brown, aged 19 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-17-1876]

BORN

  • June 20, to the wife of C. C. Crosby, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Newcastle, June 17, by Rev. N. R. Peck, L. N. Lathrop and Miss F. E. Plantz.

DIED

  • At Colfax, Thursday, June 15, Julins Schwallenberg, aged 57 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-24-1876]

DIED

  • In Forest Hill, June 27, Jennie Olive, youngest daughter of Joseph and Minnie Taylor, aged 2 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-1-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, July 4, by P. Stone, JP, J. E. Robinson and Mrs. M. Smiley.
  • At Dutch Flat, July 4, by Rev. I. B. Fish, John L. Stokes to Mrs. Anna L. Brown, both of Dutch Flat.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, July 5, John Wright, aged 65 years, a native of Ohio.
  • At Dutch Flat, July 4, Harry, son of J. W. Beach, aged 5 months and 9 days.
  • At Dutch Flat, July 4, Oscar, son of James and Matilda Iverson, aged 1 year and 26 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-8-1876]

BORN

  • At Auburn, July 10, to the wife of F. A. Edler, a son.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, July 9, J. L. Hayes from Eureka, Nevada, aged about 36 years.
  • At the County Hospital, July 12, John Sampson, aged 37 years, a native of Cornwall, England.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-15-1876]

DIED

  • At Pino, July 1, of cancer, Sarah Adams, wife of Samuel Adams, aged 72 years, 7 months and 27 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-29-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Roseville, July 31, by W. C. Taylor, JP, George W. Hill to Cassie Tomer.

DIED

  • At his residence near Auburn, Aug. 2, William Smith, aged 37 years.
  • At Virginia City, July 20, Albert J. Richards, aged 11 months and 20 days, only child of J. W. and E. M. Richards.
  • At the County Hospital, Aug. 3, Stephen Telote, aged 67 years, a native of France. New Orleans papers please copy.
  • At his residence near Rattlesnake, July 29, Lyman Crary.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-5-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, Aug. 9, by Rev. N. R. Peck, James S. Davis to Miss Annie Oliver.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-12-1876]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Aug. 14, to the wife of J. H. Rittenger, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Ophir, Aug. 16, Nelson Platt.
  • At the County Hospital, Aug. 17, William Weynne, a native of England, aged 46 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-18-1876]

DIED

  • At Monona Flat near Iowa Hill, Aug. 17, John G. Lenord, aged 55 years.
  • At Iowa Hill, Aug. 18, Orlow C., son of Sylvester and Mary Sprague, aged 4 months and 22 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-26-1876]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of C. J. Swan in Auburn, Aug. 30, by Rev. E. O. Tade, Henry D. Adams and Edith Sonler, both of Stockton.

DIED

  • At Ophir, Aug. 22, George Knight, a native of New York, aged 66 years.
  • At the residence of her parents near Auburn, Aug. 28, Katie Maher, aged 18 years.
  • At Newcastle, Aug. 29, Mrs. Phebe Merrill, a native of New York, aged 84 years.
  • At Ophir, Aug. 20, Mrs. Elizabeth Converse, aged 44 years.
  • At Lyon’s Bridge, Sept. 1, John P. Russet.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-2-1876]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Sept. 5, to the wife of J. B. Waters, a daughter.
  • At Gold Run, September 11, to the wife of A. J. Harrison, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Alta, Sept. 12, Jacob Burkey of Groveland, Illinois.
  • At the County Hospital, Sept. 9, Victoria Belasque, aged 56 years, a native of Chile.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-16-1876]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Sept. 21, to the wife of J. R. Willis, a son.

DIED

  • At Brown’s Ranch near Pilot Hill, El Dorado County, Sept. 8, Mrs. Elnora H. Brown, aged 52 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-23-1876]

BORN

  • At Tomales Bay, Sept. 4, to the wife of James H. Wissinger of Iowa Hill, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, Sept. 24, by Rev. N. R. Peck, John M. Bryan and Ida S. White, both of Ophir.

DIED

  • At Auburn, Sept. 24, Mrs. Anna M., wife of James M. Peterson.
  • At Forest Hill, Sept. 22, Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miller.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-30-1876]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Oct. 19, to the wife of Eugene Calvin, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 16, by Rev. I. B. Fish, John Gray and Elizabeth Richards, both of Dutch Flat.
  • At Alameda, Sept. 10, by Rev. F. P. Tower, Thomas Harper and Eureka M. Myers, late of Placer County.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, Oct. 13, Mrs. Jane Sharrett.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-21-1876]

DIED

  • Near Penryn, Oct. 7, Eliza J., daughter of Robert A. and Kate L. Logan, aged 3 years, 1 months and 28 days. Maine papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-28-1876]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 28, to the wife of G. G. Cabot, a son.
  • At the Bear River Mill, Oct. 30, to the wife of William Richards, a daughter.
  • At Auburn, Oct. 30, to the wife of Fred Grohs, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, Oct. 10, W. B. Hayford to Abbie A. Davies.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Tuesday morning, Oct. 28, Robert Hayden, aged 45 years, native of Alabama.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-4-1876]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 10, to the wife of J. T. Staples, a son.
  • At Ryan’s Ranch near Rocklin, Nov. 6, to the wife of J. M. Walden, a son.
  • At Rock Creek, Nov. 10, to the wife of H. P. Burns, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Gold Run, Nov. 1, Belle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kinder, aged 2 years, 6 months.
  • At Gold Run, Nov. 5, Jesse, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kinder, aged 5 years, 17 days.
  • At Gold Run, Nov. 8, Frankie, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kinder, aged 7 years, 2 months, 15 days.
  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 10, Vernard, son of Luke and Mary Secord, aged 9 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-18-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Nov. 23, by Rev. E. H. King, G. W. Herr of Emigrant Gap and Miss Bell Sawyer of Auburn.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-25-1876]

BORN

  • At Emigrant Gap, Nov. 30, to the wife of J. F. Boldon, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Nov. 9, by Judge Fitch, Mary F. Walker and Jennette C. Crooks.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 28, Robert Carson (colored), aged 46 years, a native of North Carolina.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-2-1876]

MARRIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, Dec. 15, by Rev. J. R. Roberts, J. H. Blankenship of Todds Valley and Miss Sallie Thompson of Michigan Bluff.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 16, by Rev. J. H. Merrill, R. T. Rule to Miss Ella Bellows.
  • At Newcastle Hotel, Dec. 16, by Rev. N. R. Peck, S. N. Sprague to Mrs. C. J. Dexter, both of Newcastle.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 18, Jesse, youngest daughter of Hon. N. and Jessie Martin, aged 11 months and 14 days.
  • At Gold Run, Dec. 18, J. P. Rogers, aged 73 years, a native of North Carolina.
  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 21, Augustus Lauraine, aged 23 years, a native of Texas.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-23-1876]

BORN

  • At the Greene Mine, Dec. 22, to the wife of W. G. Greene, a son.
  • At Penryn, Dec. 25, to the wife of W. W. Severance, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Pino, Dec. 24, by L. G. Smith, JP, William Frey and Sybella Jones.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 24, by Rev. I. B. Fish, C. P. Fulton and Annie C. Walter.

DIED

  • At Doty’s Flat, Dec. 15, of diphtheria, Agnes, daughter of William Hamilton, aged 3 years, 8 months and one day.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 23, Gertrude L. daughter of Mrs. Mary West, aged 2 years and 3 months.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 26, Laura Sophia, daughter of William and Caroline Johnson, aged 9 months and 10 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-30-1876]

BORN

  • At Antelope Ravine near Penryn, Dec. 31, to the wife of R. A. Logan, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, Dec. 28, by Rev. S. Jones, at the residence of W. B. Storey, E. C. Rhodes, MD, of Colfax and Miss Frankie McKune of Auburn.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-6-1877]

DIED

  • At Auburn, Jan. 9, Charles Friend, Sr., aged 78 years.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 8, Robert Gordon, a native of Ireland, aged 54 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-13-1877]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Jan. 5, to the wife of W. L. Munson, a son.
  • At Mount Pleasant, Jan. 16, to the wife of J. D. Miller, a son—an 11 pounder.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, Jan. 15, Morris Kelly to Miss Mary A. Hawkins.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-20-1877]

BORN

  • At Elmore Hill, Jan. 17, to the wife of John Perham, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, Jan. 24, to the wife of L. P. St. Clair, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, Jan. 21, by M. C. Briggs, William H. Long of Sheridan to Mary E. Myers of Sacramento.

DIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, Jan. 21, O. Bunker, aged 43 years.
  • At Alta, Jan. 20, Olly E., only child of John S. and Mary J. Fowler, aged 2 months and 18 days.
  • At Sacramento, Jan. 21, Tabitha Hathorn, wife of J. W. Avery, a native of Maine, aged 66 years, three months and 25 days.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 24, William, youngest son of Mrs. Mary Mullen, aged 6 years and 4 months.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 21, Richard F. Warrick, aged 54 years, a native of New Jersey.
  • Near Penryn, Jan. 24, James Gregory, a native of Ireland, aged 63 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-27-1877]

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, Jan. 21, by M. C. Briggs, William H. Long of Sheridan to Mary E. Meyers of Sacramento.

DIED

  • At Auburn, Jan. 21, Willie, youngest son of Mrs. Mary Mullen, aged 6 years and 4 months.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 29, Stephan Carr, a native of Spain, aged 45 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 31, Louis Leon, aged 37 years, a native of Chile.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-3-1877]

DIED

  • At Atwood’s Ranch near Auburn, Jan. 30, Susan, wife of A. B. Clark, aged 68 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-10-1877]

DIED

  • At Auburn, Feb. 15, the daughter of Thomas and Mary McGuire, aged 6 years, 7 months and 24 days.

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Feb. 17, to the wife of E. W. Bartlett, a daughter.
  • At Gold Run, Feb. 17, to the wife of __ Mayhew, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Reno, Nevada, Feb. __, by Judge Richardson, Mr. Julius Schwaienberg of Grass Valley to Miss Mattie Harrington of Colfax.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Feb. 21, F. P. Harrison, a native of Tennessee, aged 67 years.
  • At Dutch Flat, Feb. 15, J. R. Franks, a native of Madera, aged 51 (54?) years.
  • At Goding’s Ranch near Alta, Feb. 18, Mrs. Abbie Warren, a native of Ohio, aged 51 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-24-1877]

DIED

  • At Penryn, Feb. 27, W. H. Brainard.
  • At Mount Pleasant near Lincoln, Feb. 22, the infant son of J. B. and Sarah M. Miller, aged 1 month and 6 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-3-1877]

BORN

  • Near Penryn, March 2, to the wife of W. W. Buzzell, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, March 6, Fredric Nissen, aged 53 years, a native of Germany.
  • At the Crater House near Ophir, March 6, Albert P., youngest son of John and Lydia Hutchison, aged 5 years, 2 months and 10 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-11-1877]

DIED

  • At the Crater House near Ophir, March 11, Mattie L., daughter of John and Lydia Hutchison, aged 10 years, 2 months and 28 days.
  • At Ophir, March 12, Mrs. W. G. Taylor of Alta, aged 37 years, 4 months and 22 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-17-1877]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at Auburn, March 19, by the Rev. E. H. King, George O. Ford of Madeline, Lassen County, to Miss Emma D. Swan of Auburn.

DIED

  • At his residence near Auburn, March 20, Patrick Shanley, a native of Ireland, aged 59 years, 7 months and 18 days. Requiescat in pace.
  • At the Crater House near Ophir, March 22, the son of John and Lydia Hutchison, aged 7 years, 5 months and 11 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-24-1877]

BORN

  • Near Dutch Flat Depot, March 28, to the wife of Frank Smith, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, March 22, to the wife of John Simons, a daughter.
  • At Liberty Hill, March 21, to the wife of George Johnson, a daughter.
  • At Colfax, March 25, to the wife of H. Pitts, a son.

MARRIED

  • In Auburn, March 28, by Rev. E. H. King, B. B. Whitney and Minnie Fulweiler.
  • In Auburn, March 28, by Rev. E. H. King, John McClung and Sarah J. Davis.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, March 24, Harry, only son of Jacob and Mary Abeel, aged 9 years, 2 months and 17 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-31-1877]

DIED

  • At Ophir, April 3, W. G. Taylor, a native of Maine, aged 48 years.
  • At Cascade on the Central Pacific RR, April 4, George B. Burt, a native of Illinois, aged 40 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-7-1877]

BORN

  • Near Clipper Gap, April 11, to the wife of P. W. Cook, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Rocklin, April 8th, by L. G. Smith, A. D. Hathaway to Dora Pea_e.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, April 11, Cynthia Delinda Swefford, aged 1 year and 4 months.
  • At Ophir, April 11, Mary L. Larskin, aged 17 years, 10 months and __ days.
  • At Ophir, April 8, Albert J. Myers of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-14-1877]

BORN

  • Near Clipper Gap, April 11, to the wife of P. W. Cook, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, April 11, by Rev. J. H. C. Bonte, D. D. Scott of Newcastle to Miss C. H. Johnson of Sacramento, No cards.
  • At Colfax, April 11, by J. Kuenzley, JP, John Garner to Mrs. Leonia Hass.
  • Near Dutch Flat, April 12, at the residence of Mrs. C. Steinagel, by Rev. N. B. Fish, E. B. Steinagel to Miss Alice Turner.

DIED

  • At Ophir, April 18, 1877, A. J. Myers, a native of Ohio.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-21-1877]

BORN

  • At Newcastle, April 23, to the wife of Berry Mitchell, a daughter.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, April 27, Atkins Dyer, aged 75 years, a native of Massachusetts.
  • At the County Hospital, April 23, William McCoy, aged 76 years, a native of Arkansas.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-28-1877]

BORN

  • At Auburn, May 1, to the wife of M. Lowell, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Sheridan, April 29, by Rev. A. Odom, John W. Rains to Miss Lucy A. Richardson. The bride on this happy occasion is the daughter of O. P. Richardson, one of Western Placer’s most thrifty farmers, and the groom is a young gentleman of refinement and business tact who for some time has been honorably engaged in the anterooms of Greitman’s large store at Sheridan. We congratulate the young couple on their happy union and trust their life may be long and attended with abundant happiness and prosperity in their every undertaking.
  • At Auburn, April 26, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. John Leahy, Solomon Clapp to Miss Mary McGuire. And this terminates the single blessed-ness of two more of our young folks. We trust they may never regret the change, but that their affection for each other may increase until all around them shall appear a world of joy and beauty.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, April 21, Mrs. John G. Bisbee, aged 39 years.
  • At Colfax, April 18, Clarence A. Cross, aged 5 years, 1 month and 15 days.
  • At Colfax, April 22, Addie Alice Leeds, aged 1 year, 11 months and 6 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-5-1877]

MARRIED

  • At Newcastle, May 8, by Rev. N. R. Peck, George Nelson to Miss Delia Sloat, both of Sacramento.

DIED

  • At Rocklin, May 8, Mrs. M. J., wife of J. N. Franklin.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-12-1877]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, May 17, to the wife of A. Ambruster, a daughter.
  • Near Auburn, May 9, to the wife of H. W. Hulbert, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, May 8, by P. Stone, JP, Albert Smiley to Miss Annie Hawkins.
  • At Wheatland, May 6, at the residence of the bride’s father, by Rev. A. Odom, Harold Cornforth of Lincoln to Miss Martha J. Brown.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-19-1877]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, May 12, to the wife of J. Schillinsky, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn, May 16, by Rev. Mr. Cummings, John B. Frick of Lowell Hill and Miss Eleanor Stephens of Auburn.
  • At Colfax, May 17, Antone Silva and Mrs. Josie Johnson, both of Iowa Hill. Ceremonies by J. Kuenzley, JP, at his office.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, May 13, Mrs. S. A. Stone, wife of P. Stone, aged 69 years.
  • Near Colfax on Bear River, May 19, the wife of G. H. Kyle, aged about 30 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 5-26-1877]

DIED

  • Near Clipper Gap, May 25, Libbie M., daughter of Mark and Isabella Buckley, aged 6 years, 7 months and 8 days.
  • At Newcastle, of diphtheria, May 30, James Albert Warfield, aged 4 years, 5 months and 19 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-2-1877]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, May 30, to the wife of J. H. Runcle, a son.
  • At You Bet, May 23, to the wife of James Patterson, a son.
  • At Oregon Bar, June 5, to the wife of A. D. Matther, a son.
  • Near Colfax, May 26, to the wife of J. P. Wilson, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, June 5, to the wife of J. L. Brinkman, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Nevada City, Monday, May 28, O. K. Cloudman and Miss Jennie E. Colwell.
  • At Colfax, June 3, by Rev. Seneca Jones, Philo J. Fuller and Margaret Hoskins.
  • At Iowa Hill, June 3, by P. Stone, JP, J. W. Simpson of Clipper Gap, aged 23, and Katie Klein of Iowa Hill, aged 16, married by consent of mother.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, May 20, Samuel Dimmick, oldest son of Frank and Helen Smith, aged 1 year, 4 months and 24 days.
  • At Roseville, May 31, Dr. N. C. Taylor, aged about 55 years.
  • At Roseville, May 31, ___ Level, aged 31 years.
  • At Dutch Flat, June 3, Christopher Tuckis, aged 39 years, a native of Fohrschlosswig, Germany, Clinton, Iowa, papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-9-1877]

BORN

  • Near Colfax, May 26, to the wife of J. P. Wilson, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, June 3, by Rev. Seneca Jones, Philo J. Fuller to Margaret Hoskins.

DIED

  • At Auburn, June 11, Mrs. Hannah Smith, an old resident of Auburn, aged 52 years.
  • At the County Hospital, June 8, Louis Matson, aged 81 years and 5 months, a native of Sweden.
  • At Penryn, June 12, James P., son of James and Jane Mearns, aged 8 months and 3 days.
  • At Newcastle, June 11, Albert Clock, a native of Michigan, aged 24 years.
  • At Sheridan, June 2, John F. Higgins, aged 45 years.
  • Near Sheridan, June 2, Samantha, wife of William East.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-16-1877]

BORN

  • At Colfax, June 18, to Mr. and Mrs. James Williams, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, June 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Luke Secord, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, June 14, to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Towle, a son.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s father, June 14, by Rev. J. Sims, David Rose of You Bet to Miss Ella M. Kitts of Willow Valley.

DIED

  • At Penryn, June 12, James P., son of James and Jane Mearns, aged 8 months and 3 days.
  • At the County Hospital, June 19, Hugh Jones, a native of Wales, aged 30 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-23-1877]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, June 24, to the wife of W. H. Willeford, a son.
  • In Roseville, June 25, to the wife of Parker Berry, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Suttro, Nev., June 1, by Judge Hickey, William Collins, late of Ophir, to Miss Susan Gellin of Suttro.

DIED

  • Near Virginiatown, June 15, Henry Allen, aged 20 years and 10 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 6-30-1877]

BORN

  • At the Green Corn Ranch near Newcastle, July 4, to the wife of John Lower, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, July 2, Thomas J. Dudley, a native of Missouri.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-7-1877]

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, July 15, to the wife of G. W. Hoffman, a daughter.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, July 15, Nathan Brooks, a native of Vermont, aged 76 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-21-1877]

BORN

  • Near Clipper Gap, July __, to Charles Hicks and wife, a son.
  • At Newcastle, July 12, to the wife of A. G. Abbott, a daughter.

DIED

  • Near Virginiatown, July 22, Frankie Allen, aged 4 years and 15 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-28-1877]

DIED

  • Near Auburn, July 27, Mrs. Georgiana Girard, aged 33 years.
  • In Auburn, July 28, Mary Emma Green, aged 11 years, 2 months and 15 days.
  • At the County Hospital, July 28, John Dunham, aged 50 years, a native of Ireland.
  • At the County Hospital, July 28, George Lyon, aged 41 years, a native of Ohio.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-4-1877]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Aug. 1, to the wife of Charles Bartlett, a son.
  • At Gold Run, Aug. 8, to the wife of Michael Walch, a son.
  • At Bald Hill, July 19, to the wife of A. O. Bell, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Auburn Hotel, Auburn, Aug. 6, by Rev. E. H. King, George T. Hershberger of Oregon and Miss Olive B. Keinbig of Dayton, Ohio.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Aug. 3, Guy Augustus, infant son of August and Annie C. Berg, aged 6 months and 25 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-11-1877]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, Aug. 14, to the wife of John Miller, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Aug. 8, David Caldewallader, aged 29 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-18-1877]

MARRIED

  • At Sacramento, E. C. W. Albrecht and Mrs. H. H. Fellows. We congratulate these good people and wish them many happy, happy days.

DIED

  • At Lisbon, Aug. 22, Mrs. John P. Wilson.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-25-1877]

BORN

  • At Ophir, Aug. 25, to the wife of J. A. Peterson, a son.
  • In  Auburn, Aug. 29, to the wife of William Foster, a son.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of A. C. Keeler in Auburn, Aug. 28, by Rev. E. H. King, Joseph M. Norton and Miss Amanda F. Hobbs.
  • At the residence of E. H. King in Auburn, Aug. 30, by Rev. E. H. King, Loren Moody and Miss Hattie P. Moody, both of Gold Hill, Nevada.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-1-1877]

BORN

  • At Forest Hill, Sept. 2, to the wife of A. H. Cowden, a daughter.
  • At Auburn, Sept. 7, to the wife of G. W. Herr, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Sept. 5, by Rev. J. Merrill, Arthur F. Boardman of Sunny South to Miss Mary L. Armstrong of Iowa Hill.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-8-1877]

BORN

  • At Ophir, Sept. 17, to the wife of Frank X. Lavelle, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill, Sept. 15, William Liddell to Tillie M. Wheeler, both of Iowa Hill.
  • At Sunny South, Sept. 12, by Rev. J. H. Merrall, William Cameron to Ada Gillespie.
  • At Roseville, Sept. 16, Wallace Clark to Fannie Crocker.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-22-1877]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Sept. 22, to the wife of N. A. Hagman, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Sept. 25, to Mrs. Clara Hartford, a son.
  • At Gold Run, Sept. 21, to the wife of J. Kryger, a son.
  • Near Auburn, Sept. 1, to the wife of John Neely, a daughter.

DIED

  • At Forest Hill, Sept. 18, Mrs. Philip Reiley, aged 52 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-29-1877]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, Sept. 1, to the wife of John Neeley, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the officiating clergyman, near Sheridan, Sept. 12, by Rev. Charles Luce, E. C. Rogers and Miss Adelaide Stancliff.
  • At Iowa Hill, Sept. 27, Charles A. Hilton of Dutch Flat and Miss Sadie Entwistle of Iowa Hill.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents, near Mt. Pleasant, Sept. 19, W. B. Filcher of Yuba (brother to J. A. Filcher of the Placer Herald) and Miss A. A. Gray of Placer.

DIED

  • At Lincoln, Oct. 4, Mrs. Jasper Andersen, aged 28 years.
  • At Sheridan, Sept. 29, Louis Briggs, son of J. T. Briggs, aged 4 years and 6 months.
  • At Dutch Flat, Sept. 27, Mary Eva Coffin, aged 13 years and 3 months.
  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 4, Crist. Showalter, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 42 years.
  • Also, Oct. 3, Steven Butler, a native of New York, aged 56 years.
  • Also, Oct. 1, August Brown, a native of Kentucky, aged 66 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-6-1877]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Oct. 10, to the wife of George Hill, a daughter.
  • At Lincoln, Oct. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat Hotel, Dutch Flat, on Sunday evening, Oct. 7, by Rev. E. H. King, Melvin R. Colgrove and Miss Mary A. Liddell, both of Dutch Flat.
  • At Michigan Bluff, Oct. 7, Matthias Headman to Miss B. C. Hellin.

DIED

  • At Blue Canon, Oct. 4, Grace Laws, second child of Robert J. Laws, aged 8 months and 26 days.
  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 7, Donald McLeod, a native of Scotland, aged 77 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-13-1877]

BORN

  • At Michigan Bluff, Oct. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. John B. Blankenship, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, Oct. 14, to Mr. and Mrs. William Rule, a daughter.
  • At Emigrant Gap, Oct. 8, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reeves, a daughter.
  • At New England Mills, Oct. 18, to Mr. and Mrs. George Geisendorffer, a daughter.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 17, Hugh Quinn, a native of Ireland, aged 52 years.
  • At Rocklin, Sept. 16, Leslie Teresa, daughter of Albert and Christine Schuetze, aged 1 year and 10 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-20-1877]

MARRIED

  • At Colfax, Sept. 10, by Father Maloney, Henry Bunker to Mrs. Mary Bunker, both of Michigan Bluff.
  • At Placerville, Oct. 20, William Ambrose to Miss Mattie W. Chipman, both of Auburn, May heaven bless the happy pair, make smooth the path of life, and frequent the joys and blessings.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-27-1877]

BORN

  • At Riverside, Oct. 22, to the wife of W. D. Hendershott, a daughter.
  • Near Ophir, Oct. 27, to the wife of James S. Davis, a son.
  • Near Ophir, Oct. 29, to the wife of Samuel Kelser, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • In Sacramento, Oct. 30, at the Ebner Hotel, by Thomas W. Gilmer, JP, J. A. Hatch and Mrs. H. R. Johnson, both of Forest Hill.

DIED

  • At Rocklin, Oct. 26, Andrew R. Albey, a native of Bucksport, Maine, aged 47 years and 6 months.
  • At New England Mills, Oct. 29, Mrs. Rebecca McCullough, aged 55 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-3-1877]

BORN

  • At Iowa Hill, Nov. 1, to the wife of Mr. John Henry, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Calvin’s Ranch near Auburn, Nov. 4, by F. A. Edler, JP, David R. Steel of Nevada County and Mrs. Lavinia Jane Sappington of Ophir.
  • At Colfax, Oct. 28, by Rev. Mr. Hughes, George Benvie and Sylvia Mendenhall.

DIED

  • At Peckham’s Ranch, Washoe County, Nevada, Oct. 28, Elmer S., son of George E. and Emma F. Peckham, aged 11 months and 19 days. Mrs. Peckham nee Sheppard was for several years a resident of Colfax in this county.
  • At Marysville, Ohio, Oct. 31, James Kinkade, aged 56 years, only brother of J. T. Kinkade, Esq. of Auburn.
  • At Iowa Hill, Oct. 31, A. H. Heskett, aged 52 years, 3 months and 27 days. Ohio and Illinois papers please copy.
  • At Alta, Oct. 31, Hessie A., only child of Warren H. and Fannie R. Fowler, aged 1 year, 3 months and 7 days.
  • At Sacramento, Nov. 1, Laura, daughter of Daniel Click of Lincoln, aged about 10 years.
  • Also, at Lincoln, on the same date, the 2-year-old son of the same gentleman.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-10-1877]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s father at Pleasant Grove Creek, Placer County, Nov. 8, by Rev. Robert Friend, Thomas R. Harris of Wheatland, Yuba County, and Miss Sarah Jane Bayne. May peace and prosperity attend the happy pair.
  • At Rocklin, Nov. 13, by L. G. Smith, JP, George Lee of Clipper Gap and Mary Annette Bradley of Rocklin.

DIED

  • Near Ophir, Nov. 11, the infant son of James S. Davis and wife, aged 2 weeks.
  • In Rocklin, Nov. 7, of membranous croup, Frankie L., son of W. H. and Amine Comstock, aged 5 years and 13 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-17-1877]

BORN

  • At Blue Canon, Nov. 9, to Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bousher, a daughter.
  • At Rocklin, Sept. 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Phipps, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 20, by Rev. E. H. King, R. S. Alderson and Miss Caroline Hoos.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 18, Joseph Tews, a native of Germany, aged 60 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-24-1877]

BORN

  • At Blue Canon, Nov. 24, to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith, a daughter

MARRIED

  • At Roseville, Nov. 25, by S. J. Pullen, JP, Barzthal (?) Joslen of Sacramento and Miss Elizabeth M. Stephenson of Roseville.
  • At Wheatland, Yuba County, Nov. 23, David D. Brewster and Miss Maggie Elder, both of Lincoln.

DIED

  • At the Summit, Nov. 24, Letitia, wife of William Jones, a native of Nova Scotia, aged 44 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 24, I. A. Stull, a native of Ohio, aged 23 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-1-1877]

BORN

  • At Iowa Hill, Nov. 27, to the wife of J. B. Carder, a daughter.
  • At Auburn, Dec. 6, to the wife of C. C. Crosby, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 6, Thomas Powers, aged 29 years, a native if Ireland.
  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 2, William Jefferson, aged 69 years, a native of England.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-8-1877]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, Dec. 8, to Edgar Hulbert and wife, a daughter.
  • At Auburn, Dec. 10, to B. F. Gwynn and wife, a son.
  • In Dutch Flat, Dec. 9, to the wife of A. Morse, a son.
  • At the Bear River Mill near Alta, Dec. 3, to C. Smith and wife, a son.
  • At Rocklin, Dec. 7, to John Clydesdale, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Pontiac, Illinois, Nov. 22, by Rev. Swann, M. W. Crary of Placer County to Miss Ella Hawk of Pontiac.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-15-1877]

MARRIED

  • At Rocklin, Dec. 6, John Dixon of Clipper Gap and Miss Ida Gardner of Roseville
  • At the residence of C. B. Connelly, JP, at Newcastle, Dec. 18, John McCrea of Roseville and Miss Rebecca Keaton of Penryn.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 12, by Rev. E. H. King, Thomas Bailey and Phoebe G. Cook, both of Little York, Nevada County.
  • At Oakland, Dec. 19, by Rev. Mr. Ackerty, Fred. P. Tuttle and Susie H. Davis.

DIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, Dec. 16, Prof. J. F. S. Schirmer, a native of Germany, aged 47 years.
  • At the same place, Dec. 16, John Wilson, aged about 35 years.
  • At Dutch Flat, Dec. 14, of pneumonia after 8 days’ illness, Mrs. Annie Towle, mother of Allen and E. W. Towle, aged 70 years and 2 weeks.
  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 21, William Timmons, a native of North Carolina, aged 58 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-22-1877]

DIED

  • At Gold Run, Dec. 22, Lucy Eveline, infant daughter of Eugene J. and Ellen Fifield.
  • At Sheridan, Dec. 20, Mary Ellen, wife of W. H. Long and daughter of J. R. Myers of Sacramento, aged 21 years.
  • At Lincoln, on Christmas Day, Arnold Custer Denton, a native of Kentucky, aged 73 years.
  • At Rocklin, Dec. 18, Louis G., son of George and Emma Ramsay, aged 2 years, 4 months and 6 days.
  • At Lincoln, Dec. 23, after 3 days’ illness, Col. George Cullum, a native of Ohio, aged 74 years, 10 months and 4 days. Cincinnati and Dayton papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-29-1877]

BORN

  • At Clipper Gap, Dec. 27, to the wife of Dennis Cronin, a son.

DIED

  • At Wilson’s Ranch, Emigrant Gap, Dec. 26, of congestion of the lungs, William Hooper, a native of New Hampshire, aged about 66 years. Deceased was one of the pioneers who came to California in 1849. He had been a resident of Emigrant Grant for 12 years. The body was sent to his friends in San Francisco for interment.
  • At the County Hospital, Jan. 2, L. H. Pugh, a native of Wales, aged 37 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-5-1878]

BORN

  • At Roseville, Jan. 6, to the wife of B. B. Whitney, a daughter
  • At Dutch Flat, Jan. 6, to the wife of Charles Strahle, a daughter.
  • At Alta, Jan. 3, to the wife of Warren E. Fowler, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of I. B. Leach, Gold Run, Jan. 9, by Rev. E. H. King, Edward H. Willard of You Bet, Nevada County, and Miss Mary Stevens of Gold Run.
  • At Colfax, Jan. 5, by Rev. Father Maloney, Robert Dore of San Francisco and Miss Maggie Kearins of Colfax. In connection with the above, we acknowledge the receipt of a bottle of the genuine Piper-Heidsieck champagne. We return to the happy couple our thanks, with best wishes for their future happiness.
  • At the residence of the bride’s father, Napa, on New Year’s Day, by Rev. Mr. Todd, William H. Rone of the Central Pacific RR Freight Department, San Francisco, late of Iowa Hill, and Miss Jennie M. Fancher of Napa.

DIED

  • At Folsom, Dec. 31, G. W. Jones, a native of New Hampshire, aged 45 years. Deceased was an old resident of Placer County, having arrived here in 1852. For the past ten years, he had been engaged on the North Fork Ditch near Auburn.
  • At Auburn, Jan. 4, of consumption, Mrs. Dortha Ann Palmer, wife of Niles O. Palmer, a native of Jackson County, Missouri, aged 48 years, 4 months and 6 days.
  • At Forest Hill, Jan. 5, William Robertson, a native of Alabama, aged 38 years.
  • At Red Bluff, Tehama County, Jan. 8, Arnold O. Friend, formerly of Auburn, aged 37 years and 6 months. Funeral from the residence of F. A. Edler at 2 o’clock today. Interment in Odd Fellows Cemetery.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-12-1878]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Jan. 18, to the wife of Hon. W. C. Norton, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Monona Flat, Jan. 10, by P. Stone, JP, Frank H. Bowley and Miss Laura F. Leonard.
  • At Iowa Hill, Jan. 11, by P. Stone, JP, Northwood Barrows and Mrs. Nancy A. Leonard. After the wedding, the happy couple took their departure for Sheep Ranch, Calaveras County, where they intend making their future home.

DIED

  • At Dutch Flat, Jan. 12, of congestion of the brain, Frank Proctor, only child of Henry V. and Matilda B. Martin, aged 5 years and 5 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 1-19-1878]

BORN

  • Near Pino, Jan. 21, to the wife of E. Webb, twin boys.
  • Near Ophir, Jan. 29, to the wife of Chris. Henny, a daughter.
  • At Alta, Feb. 1, to the wife of N. H. Marding, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Feb. __, Richard Fordham, a native of Virginia, aged 55 years.
  • Near Auburn, Feb. 8, Eben P. Poole, aged 33 years and 6 months. San Francisco papers please copy.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 2-9-1878]

DIED

  • At the residence of W. A. Nimes, Colfax, March 3, Mrs. Mary E. Rice, a native of Killachandra, County Cavan, Ireland, aged 90 years and 6 months.
  • In Auburn, March 4, Christina Elizabeth, daughter of John and Catharine Lamont, aged 3 years, 3 months and 7 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 3-9-1878]

BORN

  • Near Auburn, April 23, to the wife of A. H. Dake, a son.
  • At Damascus, April 2, to the wife of Robert Thomas, a son.

MARRIED

  • At the M. E. Parsonage, Auburn, April 23, by Rev. J. W. Kuykendall, Theodore Kelly to Miss Blanche Hoskin, both of Dutch Flat.

DIED

  • At Sacramento, April 21, Richard Moffitt, aged 59 years.
  • At Rocklin, April 20, Mrs. Lucinda M., wife of G. W. McCreedy, aged 53 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 4-27-1878]

BORN

  • In Auburn, July 1, to the wife of George O. Ford, a son.
  • At Greenwood, El Dorado County, June 30, to the wife of A. G. Bell, Esq., a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, June 29, John Williams, a native of Ohio, aged 21 years.
  • In Auburn, July 1, George Bressingham, infant son of George O. and Emma D. Ford.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-6-1878]

DIED

  • In Auburn, July 6, Michael Conroy, a native of Ireland, aged 55 years.
  • At the County Hospital, July 8, Nicholas Hoffsteter, a native of Switzerland, aged 77 years.
  • In Dutch Flat, July 8, John P. Dunn, aged 47 years, a native of Indiana. Indiana and Kentucky papers please copy. Deceased was a brother of D. G. Dunn of Dutch Flat and E. W. Dunn of Gold Run.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-13-1878]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, July 7, to the wife of William Trathen, a daughter.
  • At Emigrant Gap, July 14, to the wife of J. F. Bolden, a daughter.
  • At Forest Hill, July 16, to the wife of Jeff Lockhart, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of C. E. Hinton at Dutch Flat, July 15, by Rev. E. H. King, J. W. Beach and Mrs. Flora Kidder, both of Dutch Flat.
  • At the residence of the bride’s father at Gold Run, July ___, by Rev. E. H. King, J. L. Mahon of Emigrant Gap and Miss Belle Everhart of Gold Run.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-20-1878]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, July 16, to the wife of J. W. Nelson, a daughter.
  • At Dutch Flat, July 20, to the wife of J. F. Johnson, a son.
  • In Auburn, July 24, to the wife of J. M. Lowell, a daughter.

DIED

  • Near Auburn, July 13, Linns Mortimer Dean, a native of Utica, NY, aged 21 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 7-27-1878]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, July 25, to the wife of Morrel Whitney, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Michigan Bluff, July 23, by Rev. W. A. Hughes, Thomas Carter of Virginia City and Mrs. Clarabel Eaton of Michigan Bluff.

DIED

  • At Colfax, July 29, James Cook, a native of Louisville, Lewis County, NY, aged 39 years.
  • At Gold Run, July 29, James Ezra Woolley, a native of California, aged 24 years, 2 months and 17 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-3-1878]

BORN

  • At Penryn, Aug. 6, to the wife of John Gill, a daughter.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-10-1878]

BORN

  • At Iowa Hill, Aug. 6, to the wife of Wm. Liddle, a daughter.
  • At Georgetown, El Dorado County, Aug. 3, to the wife of J. O. Forbes, Jr. of Tahoe City in this county, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Roseville, Aug. 4, Solomon Franks and Mrs. Mary E. Gibson.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, Aug. 4, Lena Bateman, daughter of J. B. Carder, aged 1 year and 5 months.
  • At Cisco, Aug. 13, Hugh Hanly, aged 18 years.
  • At London, England, July 29, Mrs. E. A. Graham, aged 53 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Aug. 16, W. Gallagher, aged 56 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-17-1878]

BORN

  • At Truckee, Aug. 18, to the wife of Warren Richardson, a son.
  • At Dutch Flat, Aug. 21, to the wife of Geo. B. Chadwick, a son.
  • In Auburn, Aug. 22, to the wife of Alexander Siefort, a son.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Aug. 18, Joseph C. Gilbert, a native of Louisiana, aged 76 years.
  • At Rocklin, Aug. 21, Samuel Trott, a native of England, aged 47 years.
  • At the Dove Grove Ranch near Ophir, Aug. 17, Philip Fredrick Schnabel, a native of Germany, aged 56 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 8-24-1878]

BORN

  • At Auburn, Aug. 29, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foster, a son.
  • At Ophir, Aug. 25, to the wife of _. A. Peterson, a son.

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, Aug. 13, by Rev. N. R. Peck, J. W. Drysdale to Mrs. Annie C. Scofield.
  • In Auburn, Aug. 28, by Rev. E. H. King, Joseph M. Norton and Amanda F. Hobbs.
  • At the residence of the officiating clergyman in Auburn, Aug. 30, by Rev. E. H. King, Loren Moody and Miss Hattie P. Moody, both of Gold Hill, Nevada.

DIED

  • Near Manzanita Grove in this county, Aug. 28, suddenly of heart disease, George W. Summers, a native of Missouri, aged 44 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-1-1878]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s father in Roseville, Aug. 31, by Sam. J. Pullen, JP, William M. Stephenson and Helen Booth, both of Placer County.

DIED

  • In Auburn, Aug. 29, Mrs. Mary Jane Elliott, aged 49 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-7-1878]

BORN

  • At Dutch Flat, Sept. 17, to the wife of A. E. Perry, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • Near Alta, Sept. 16, by Rev. E. H. King, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Tony Lovdal of Sacramento to Miss Mary A. Lee of Alta.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-21-1878]

BORN

  • At Rocklin, Sept. 13 [or 18?], to the wife of T. A. Burt, a son.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s brother at Auburn Station, Sept. 21, by Rev. J. W. Kuykendall, Mr. Werner Rittinger and Miss Mary Spring, all of Auburn. Accompanying the above notice came an appropriate douceur to the boys of this office, who gratefully return thanks for the same. They invoke all kinds of blessings on the heads of the newly wedded pair.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at New England Mills in this county, Sept. 22, by Rev. F. H. Wales of Rocklin, Mr. Joseph Lewis, conductor Central Pacific RR, and Miss Mary Geissendorfer. The Argus begs to acknowledge, with thanks, the receipt of a liberal allowance of cake and wine. In return, we wish the happy young couple all manner of future blessings.
  • At Roseville, Sept. 12, by Sam. J. Pullen, JP, Edward Tuttle Naghel of Sacramento and Miss Mary J. Davis of Dry Creek in this county.

DIED

  • Near Roseville, Sept. 19, Moses Heald, a native of Massachusetts, aged 65 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Sept. 19, M. B. Tubbs, a native of New York, aged 52 years.
  • At Colfax, Sept. 24, Edith M., daughter of W. B. and M. T. Lyon, aged 3 years, 10 months and 24 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 9-28-1878]

BORN

  • At Colfax, Aug. 18, to the wife of John D. Angle, a son.
  • At Colfax, Sept. 16, to the wife of John Wells, a son.
  • At Ophir, Sept. 21, to the wife of W. C. Merrow, a son.
  • At Reno, Nevada, Sept. 24, to the wife of Robert L. Fulton, CPRR Land Agent, a son.
  • At Sunnysouth, Sept. 28, to the wife of William Cameron, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At Napa City, Sept. 26, by Bishop Andrews, assisted by Rev. W. C. Gray, Prof. M. D. Buck and Miss Martha Amos.

DIED

  • At Newcastle, Oct. 1, Mrs. Martha Brown, a native of Yorkshire, England, aged 58 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-5-1878]

MARRIED

  • At Iowa Hill in this county, Oct. 6, by P. Stone, JP, John G. Bisbee of Iowa Hill and Mrs. W. J. Morgan of San Francisco, formerly of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • At the residence of the bride’s mother at San Jose, Oct. 2, by Rev. Mr. Foote, Richard Harris, Jr. of Colfax and Miss Anna Denbar of San Jose, formerly of Colfax.

DIED

  • Near Auburn, Monday, Oct. 7, S. S. Greenwood, a native of Massachusetts, aged 50 years.
  • On North Ravine near Auburn, Oct. 9, Martin Pelster, Jr., aged 22 years.
  • At Pino, Oct. 8, Samuel Adams, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 69 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-12-1878]

BORN

  • At Gold Run, Oct. 9, to the wife of A. N. Davidson, a daughter.
  • At Gold Run, Oct. 13, to the wife of G. A. Chase, a daughter.
  • Near Lincoln, Oct. 12, to the wife of George Felis, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At San Francisco, Sept. 30, Jeremiah Haley of Gold Run and Miss Rosy Neugan of San Francisco.
  • At San Francisco, Oct. 9, Thomas A. Ross of San Francisco and Miss Hattie M. Sherman of Rocklin.
  • At San Francisco, Oct. 16, Mr. Frank Holder, telegraph operator, WU Tel., Penryn, and Miss Belle Hoyme.
  • At the residence of W. A. Plants at Ophir, Oct. 15, by H. S. Mead, JP, father of the bride, Marshall T. Staples and Mrs. Julia B. Hall, all of Ophir, Placer County.

DIED

  • At Colfax, Oct. 8, of diphtheria, Eddy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dyer, aged 3 years and 4 months.
  • At Penryn, Oct. 16, Walter, son of David and Grace Lloyd, aged 2 years and 4 months.
  • At Colfax, Oct. 10, Joseph Paschal, a native of Cornwall, aged 22 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-19-1878]

BORN

  • Near Clipper Gap, Oct. 16, to the wife of John F. Dixon, a daughter.
  • At Reno, Oct. 17, to the wife of Dr. Henry Clay Sheets, a son.
  • In Auburn, Oct. 24, to the wife of H. Gerlach, a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At San Francisco, Oct. 18, Mr. Frank Holder, telegraph operator, WU Tel., Penryn, and Miss Bell Haynes.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at Auburn Station, Oct. 18, by Rev. A. Holbrook, Mr. Henry A. Woodin and Miss Effie N. Hunt.
  • At Iowa Hill, Oct. 19, Mr. Louis Cutter and Miss Sophia DeKruse.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at Auburn Station, Oct. 21, by Rev. E. H. King, Mr. Clarence C. Stevens and Miss Mary E. Hoffman. No cards.
  • At Sacramento, Oct. 22, Isidor Levinson of Rocklin and Miss Hulda Lewald of Sacramento.
  • At Borland’s Hotel, Auburn Station, Oct. 24, by Rev. A. Holbrook, Jacob W. Bomboy of Last Chance in this county and Mrs. Anne Regina Arthur of Bloomsburg, PA.
  • At Colfax, Oct. 25, by Rev. G. R. Stanley, Mr. Allen Bryant of Colfax and Miss Linda Bartlett of Everett, Mass. No cards.

DIED

  • At Yankee Jims, Oct. 11, Timothy Donehn, aged 55 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 16, John Nye, a native of Massachusetts, aged 56 years.
  • At the County Hospital, Oct. 19, Hugh McLean, a native of Scotland, aged 26 years.
  • At Brown’s Ranch, eight miles northeast of Sheridan, Oct. 21, Christopher Wright, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 71 years.
  • Near Emigrant Gap, Oct. 14, James McBride, aged about 25 years.
  • At Colfax, Oct. 18, Clarence Clark, aged 4 years, 9 months and 6 days.
  • At Colfax, Oct. 19, George Dyer, aged 1 year and 11 months.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 10-26-1878]

BORN

  • At Auburn Station, Oct. 27, to the wife of James Borland, a son, still-born.

MARRIED

  • In Auburn, Oct. 31, by E. A. Edler, JP, Mr. Charles Strong and Miss Nellie Elliott.

DIED

  • At Auburn Station, Oct. 28, Mrs. James D. Borland, a native of California, aged 21 years, 9 months and seven days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-2-1878]

BORN

  • At Iowa Hill, Oct. 27, to the wife of James Rose, a son.

DIED

  • At Iowa Hill, Nov. 4, Nathan Dixon, a native of Indiana, aged 46 years and 9 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-9-1878]

BORN

  • At Clipper Gap, Nov. 20, to the wife of James Lawlor, a son—weight, twelve pounds.

MARRIED

  • At Ophir, Nov. 11, by Rev. N. R. Peck, Frederick Johnson and Amelia Mundt, both of Ophir.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 12, W. P. McCausland, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 68 years. Philadelphia papers please copy.
  • At Ophir, Nov. 12, Charles D. Pugh, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 60 years.
  • Near Colfax, Nov. 11, John N. Ovaere, a native of Maryland, aged about 60 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-16-1878]

MARRIED

  • At Forest Hill, Nov. 16, by J. Dilts, JP, Charles Montgomery of Forest Hill and Miss Clara Lombard of Damascus.
  • At the residence of the bride’s mother at Auburn, Nov. 17, by Rev. Father Leahy, Mr. Patrick Dempsey of Roseville and Miss Maggie Mullen of Auburn.
  • At Sacramento, Nov. 20, by Rev. D. S. McHenry, D. McBride of Roseville and Lizzie Ball of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

DIED

  • At Ophir, Nov. 17, George Curts, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 93 years.
  • At Forest Hill, Nov. 17, F. W. Allan, a native of Scotland, aged 55 years.
  • At Colfax, Nov. 20, Katie T., daughter of L. T. and C. D. Allen, aged 4 years, 5 months and 16 days.
  • At Gold Hill, Nov. 19, Thatcher Ross, a native of Massachusetts, aged 56 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-23-1878]

MARRIED

  • At the residence of Mr. John Sweeney at Rocklin, Nov. 24, by Rev. F. H. Wales, Mr. Frank Roderick and Miss Nellie F. Cook.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 25, William Wilson, a native of Norway, aged 58 years.
  • At Dutch Flat, Nov. 27, M. S. Gardner, aged 63 years.
  • At the Hospital, Nov. 28, John Allen, aged 44 years, a native of Greece.
  • At Ophir, Nov. 17, George Curts, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 93 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 11-30-1878]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Dec. 5, to the wife of James McCormick, Jr., a daughter.

MARRIED

  • At the Auburn Hotel, Auburn Station, Dec. 13, by Rev. A. Holbrook, Mr. Charles S. Montgomery and Miss Clara B. Lombard, both of Sunnysouth.
  • At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cecil at Sacramento, Nov. 27, by Rev. I. E. Dwinell, L. P. Martin and Miss Minnie J. Tukey.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Nov. 30, Isaac Brown, a native of Virginia, aged 62 years.
  • At Lincoln, Nov. 30, W. B. Robinson, aged 49 years.
  • At  Sacramento, Dec. 1, John Henry, aged 55 years.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-7-1878]

BORN

  • In Auburn, Dec. 13, to the wife of Dr. W. O. Thrailkill, a son.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at Lincoln, Nov. 10, by Rev. Father Leahy, Charles M. Hecker and Anna E. Kennedy, both of Lincoln.

DIED

  • In Auburn, Dec. 7, Mrs. Dora Dallman, a native of Germany, aged 34 years and 9 months.
  • At Auburn Station, Dec. 12, J. S. Crane, aged 31 years, 5 months and 8 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-14-1878]

BORN

  • At Colfax, Nov. 4, to the wife of Manuel Pedro, a son.
  • At Colfax, Nov. 10, to the wife of Wm. Dony, a son.
  • At Colfax, Nov. 14, to the wife of Patrick Harrington, a ______.

MARRIED

  • In Auburn, Dec. 17, by F. A. Edler, JP, Hans Matsen of Cave Valley, El Dorado County, and Emma Mullet, eldest daughter of John Mullet of Lyon’s Bridge.
  • In Auburn, Dec. 18, by F. A. Edler, JP, Andrew Hannay of Greenwood and Martha E. Shepard of Auburn.

DIED

  • At the County Hospital, Dec. 17, Michael Gahan, a native of Ireland, aged 68 years.
  • At Auburn Station, Dec. 12, James S. Crane, a native of St. John, New Brunswick, aged 31 years, 5 months and 8 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-21-1878]

BORN

  • At Truckee, Dec. 18, to the wife of C. F. McGlashen, a daughter—weight, 9-1/2 pounds.

MARRIED

  • At the residence of S. A. Wood, Esq., at Penryn, Dec. 19, by Rev. F. H. Wales of Rocklin, Justin A. Wood and Miss Mary L. Buyck, both of Penryn.
  • At Eureka, Dec. 16, by Rev. R. A. Ricker, Elmer A. McConnell and Miss Mary B. Emmonds, both of Eureka.
  • At Lincoln, Dec. 17, by Rev. N. R. Peck of Ophir, George W. Sister of Folsom and Miss Mary G. Boydeu of Lincoln.
  • At Ophir, Dec. 21, by Rev. N. R. Peck, John Osborne and Miss Mary Jane Bundy, both of Ophir.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents near Pino, Dec. 25th, by Rev. F. H. Wales of Rocklin, Alexander Scroggs of Sacramento and Miss Sarah Jane Laird.
  • At the residence of the bride’s parents at Auburn, Dec. 22d, by Hon. J. Ives Fitch, County Judge, John Krauss and Miss Elizabeth Bernhard. Thanks for a very liberal allowance of cake and wine. Our best wishes go with the happy young couple for their future well-being and happiness.

DIED

  • In Auburn, Dec. 22, George Willment, aged 58 years, 1 month and 17 days.
  • [Placer Weekly Argus, Auburn, Saturday, 12-28-1878]