1889 Death Records and Necrology

Following are the transcriptions of the "Death Record" and "Necrology" articles from 1889, from The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 03 January 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Florence C. Myrbre, aged 2 years, died yesterday at 1478 Twenty-second avenue from pneumonia. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon.

Margeret S. Dewey, 72 years of age, died this morning at 1334 McPherson street.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 05 January 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

Charles Shields, aged 8 months, died yesterday in East Oakland. The funeral will take place tomorrow.

Etta E. Howe, wife of Baxter Howe, a bookbinder employed in the Pacific Press, died this morning at 610 Twelfth street. She leaves two twin daughters two weeks old.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 07 January 1889, Page 1, Column 7

Necrology.

John E. Penny, aged 34, native of New Jersey, died yesterday of consumption, at Moss Avenue. Deceased leaves a wife and child in Indianapolis whence he came to this city for the benefit of his health. The remains will be buried Wednesday at 10 A.M. from the undertaking establishment of Hamilton and Brown.

Edna Louise Palmer, the infant daughter of Warren S. Palmer, died at the family residence, 914 Union street, yesterday, of brain fever. The funeral takes place tomorrow.

John H. Krecek, a native of Bohemia, aged ?, son of James M. Krecek, died at Butchertown of croupons pneumonia, yesterday. The funeral took place from St. Mary's church today.

Mrs. Mary E. Betancue, wife of Joseph F. Betancue, a contractor and b[?]der, died yesterday at her residence, 487 28th street, aged [?] years. Deceased was a native of Bath, Maine. The funeral will take place at Mountain View Cemetery tomorrow. Mrs. Betancue had been a resident of this city for 24 years.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 14 January 1889, Page 1, Column 4

Necrology.

John Sims, aged 39, died of pneumonia at 674 East Sixteenth street on Saturday, and the funeral took place to-day, the interment being at St. Mary's Cemetery.

James Charles Doyle, aged 1 year, died at 299 Harlan street, Saturday, from spasms caused by teething. The funeral took place to-day at St. Mary's Cemetery.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 18 January 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

William H. Menefee, aged 33 years, a native of Missouri, died at his residence, 939 Wood street yesterday afternoon. Deceased had only been six months a resident of this city.

Gertrude Alice Francis, 3 years old, daughter of Joseph J. and Mary F. Francis, died this morning at the family residence, 1610 Myrtle street, of pertussis, complicated with pneumonia. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon, internment being at Mountain View Cemetery.

Ralph, the infant son of W. and ?.J. Clarville of 1772 Seventh street died yesterday morning and the funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon.

The funeral of John Ziegenbein will take place from the family residence 966 Peralta street, on Tuesday afternoon.

Clement B. Lee, a Missourian aged 40 years, died at Center street last evening, and the funeral will take place Sunday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 22 January 1889, Page 1, Column 7

Necrology.

Martha E. Powell, wife of T. ?. Powell, of ?(8 or 3)10 East Seventeenth street, died at 1 o'clock this morning. Deceased was a native of Massachusetts, aged 30 years, and the mother of one child by a former husband. She had been a resident of this city twenty years. She was a sister of D. S. Richardson of the Japanese Consulate.

James C. Bassett, aged 6 years, the son of J.C. and V. Bassett, died at the family residence, 766 Twentieth street, at 6 o'clock this morning. The remains will be buried at Mountain View Cemetery to-morrow.

The infant daughter of Mary and J. Gillist died this morning at 1057 Kirkham street.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 January 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Mrs. Mary V. Sullings, a native of New Orleans, aged 44 and for six years a resident of this city, died last evening at her residence, 912 Thirty-fourth street, of ovarian tumor complicated with dropsy, after a lingering sickness of six months. The remains will be transferred to Sacramento for interment.

The funeral of T. RObinson Bours occured this morning from his residence at 520 Sycamore street. High mass was celebrated for the repose of his soul at St. Francis de Sales Church, and the interment took place at St. Mary's Cemetery. The funeral was largely attended by the friends of the deceased.

Daniel Sheehan, aged 74 years, died at the Stockyards last night. He leaves a wife and family to mourn his loss.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 24 January 1889, Page 4, Column 4

Necrology.

Miss Lucinda C. Pai*, daughter of Edmond and Eliza E. P*, resident of Blake street, Berkeley, died yesterday afternoon of tubercular pneumonia. Deceased was aged 22 years, and a native of Jackson county, Ill., and had been a resident of Berkeley three months, the family having previously resided in Sacramento. The funeral will take place to-morrow. The remains will be buried at Mountain View.

Julia Frances Lent died last evening at 314 Thirteenth street, at the age of 53 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow when high mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 25 January 1889, Page 5, Column 3

Necrology.

Mrs. Rosa Stein Moore, who has been for twenty years a resident of this city, died at her residence 467 Thirteenth street, on Wednedsay, of pneumonia, with complication of typhoid fever and extreme prostration, after a very brief illness. Deceased was a native of Mt. Vernon, Me., and aged 60 years. The wife of J. A. Moore and the mother of Mrs. C. E. Stocker and W. A. and F. R. Moore.

Charles H. Sumner, a truckman, died at his residence on Weston street yesterday afternoon. Deceased was a native of Ohio and aged 54 years, and had been a resident of this city for four years. He leaves a wife and several children. The funeral will take place tomorrow, the interment being at Mountain View Cemetery.

Eugene Simmons, aged 10 years, died at the City and County Hospital of San Francisco, of pneumonia, on the 23d inst. The remains have been removed to Mountain View by Hamilton and Brown.

Charles Hoebener, aged 46 years and a native of Germany, died at his residence on Thirty-fourth street to-day. Deceased had been a resident of this city only one month.

Mrs. Mary McCurdy, wife of Robert McCurdy, mother of W. McCurdy, Elizabeth McCurdy, Mrs. F. Ash, Mrs. Godfrey, and James McCurdy, died this morning after a long and painful illness of about two months. Deceased was a native of COunty Kerry, Ireland, was 58 years of age, and arrived in California 26 years ago, since which time she has resided permanently in Oakland. She leaves a devoted family and hosts of friends to mourn her loss.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 26 January 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Laura Haines Woodbury died at the Winsor House last night of heart disease. The body will be shipped East.

Miss Emma Mabel Humphrey, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Humphrey of East Oakland, died last evening at the home of her parents of consumption. The funeral will take place on Monday at 1:30 PM.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 30 January 1889, Page 8, Column 4

Necrology.

John D. Arthur died yesterday at his residence, 1?07 Castro street. Deceased was a native of New York, aged ?5 years. He had been a resident of this city five years.

William Samuel McCla* died at his residence on San Pablo avenue yesterday morning. Deceased was a native of Ireland, and aged 66 years.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 31 January, 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Blanche T. O'Keefe, aged 10, died last evening at Berkeley, and will be buried at St. Mary's Cemetery tomorrow.

Eliza Jane King, aged 63, died at 23* Central avenue of apoplexy.

The infant daughter of Otto Petterson, coachman for the late Edson Adatus, died yesterday. The mother and father are both sick with the fever.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 01 February 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

Harry G. Miller, aged 24, a native of San Francisco, died this morning at the Centennial. The funeral takes place Sunday, Interment at Mountain View.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 05 February 1889, Page 1, Column 4

Necrology.

Mrs. Margaret Grathleman died yesterday at her residence, 816 Cedar street. The deceased was one of the earliest settlers in Oakland, and had resided her since 1853. She was a native of Germany, and leaves a large family. The deceased was 67 years of age and will be buried tomorrow, Hamilton and Brown have charge of the funeral.

Martha May Miller, aged 2? years, died at the home of her parents, 1010 Fifteenth street, last evening.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 08 February 1889, Page 1, Column 3

Necrology.

John Drynen, aged 62, died last evening at his home, 227 Tenth street. The funeral will take place at St. Mary's Cemetery Saturday afternoon.

Robert C. E. Kuerzel, aged 6 years, 4 months and 28 days, died last evening at the home of his parents, 613 Fifteenth street. The funeral will take place at Mountain View Cemetery on Sunday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 12 February 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

Anna McGee, 60 years of age, died last evening at West Berkeley. The funeral will take place at St. Mary's Cemetery on Thursday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 21 February 1889, Page 8, COlumn 3

Necrology.

Francis Neuman died at San Pablo last night from paralysis caused by being thrown from a buggy last fall. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Interment at Mountain View.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 22 February 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Joseph Thorn Campbell, a native of New York, aged 63 years, died at his residence, 1718 Filbert street, this morning. Deceased leaves a wife and several children. The remains will be buried at Mountain View Cemetery tomorrow afternoon.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 02 March 1889, Page 8, Column 2

Necrology.

Herbert H. West, aged 49 years, a native of Wisconsin, died on the bark Wilder, on the 25th of February, on the way from Honolulu to San Francisco. Deceased went to Honolulu some months ago for the benefit of his health, accompanied by his wife and brother, but the trip was unavailing and he was on his way hither when he died. The funeral took place from Albert Brown's undertaking establishment, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The remains were interred at Mountain View.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 11 March 1889, Page 8, COlumn 3.

Necrology.

Benjamin T. Leake, aged 65 years, a native of New York, and for fourteen years a resident of this city, died at his residence, 1343 West street, yesterday morning. Deceased leaves a family.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 21 March 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Vernon C. Keagy, recently from the East, who for two years past has resided in East Oakland with his family at the corner of Twenty-third avenue and East Fourteenth street, died yesterday morning after three years of suffering. The dead man was troubled with cancer, and on account of the disease about two years ago he submitted to amputation of the right leg at the knee, it being thought that the ravages of the disease might be stopped by this means. However, he continued to get worse, and at the time of his death was as thin as a skeleton. Deceased leaves a wife and family, and his funeral took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the undertaking parlors of Hamilton & Buckley, on Twelfth street.

Ellen O'Donovan, aged 54 years, died in this city last evening after a residence here of eight years.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 22 March 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

Charles Zimmerman, aged 50, a native of Switzerland, a resident of this city for about two months, died this morning at 2248 Magnolia street. The funeral will take place Sunday.

John Peter Anderson, aged 50 years, died yesterday at 407 Fourth street and will be buried Sunday. He was a cracker dealer and leaves a wife.

Mrs. Fannie Jane Wilkins, a native of London, Eng., aged 32, died yesterday day 580 Thirty-fourth street. Deceased was a widow and had been a resident of this city only two months. The remains will be shipped by Kister and Bloomfield to Wakenshaw, Wis., for burial.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 March 1889, Page 1, Column 2

Necrology.

Manuel King died last night in East Oakland after a short illness.

George Earrington McLaughlin, aged 1 month, died in East Oakland yesterday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 28 March 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

James Williams, aged 70 years, a resident of Forty-fourth and Market streets, died last night of senile gangrene of the foot, and valvular disease of the heart. Deceased was a widower, a native of Nova Scotia, and had been a resident of this city three years. He leaves several married children. The body will be interred tomorrow.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 05 April 1889, Page 1, Column 4

Necrology.

Last Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. P. Colby died at the Fabiola Hospital of inflammation of the stomach. She leaves a daughter 15 years of age, her husband having died about six years ago. The funeral will take place today at 2 o'clock from her late residence, on Nineteenth street and Fourteenth avenue.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 19 April 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Mrs. Bonney, wife of Rev. S. A. Bonner, mother of District Attorney Bonner of Sacramento, died a few days ago at her residence in Berkeley.

Adelaide Mary Murhpy, the 5 year old child of John and Adelaide Murphy, died at the residence of her parents yesterday afternoon. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the church of St. Francis de Sales on Grove street.

J. F. Clark, the East Oakland livery stable man, who was found dead yesterday, was buried to-day. The funeral services were held in East Oakland. An inquest last night showed his heart disease to be the cause of his death.

John McAlis, aged 61 years, died at his home, 167 Tenth street, this morning. The funeral will take place Sunday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 April 1889, Page 1, Column 7

Necrology.

Robert Harlow, 63 years of age, died yesterday at his residence on Claremont of old age. Deceased was a native of Nova Scotia, and had been in this state thirty years. He leaves a wife and family and the funeral will be held on Thursday afternoon. The body will be interred at Mountain View.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 24 April 1889, Page 1, Column 2

Necrology.

James Miles, the 2-year-old child of John and Mary Miles, died yesterday at the residence of his parents, 1132 Twenty-fourth street. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery.

Miss Lizzie Postlethwaite, who died yesterday at 1522 Howard street, San Francisco, after a long illness, will be buried tomorrow at 2 o'clock, from the undertaking parlors of McAvoy & McCarthy. The interment will be in St. Mary's.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 01 May 1889, Page 1, Column 2

Necrology.

Patrick Connelly, a native of Ireland, 61 years of age and husband of Mrs. Nellie Connelly, died yesterday after a brief illness, at his residence, near the corner of Twenty-sixth and Grove streets. The funeral will be held tomorrow.

The funeral of Florence Mitchels, the three year old daughter of V. P. Mitchels, was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the residence of the parents, at Twenty-sixth and Market streets, the interment taking place at Mountain View. Diphtheria caused the little one's death.

George Brock, the two year old infant son of John and Marie Brock, died yesterday at the residence of his parents, 1264 Kirkham street. The interment took place at St. Mary's Cemetery this afternoon.

Mary Conway, aged 63 years, the widow of Patrick Conway, died at the Fabiola Hospital yesterday afternoon of blood poisoning. The funeral will be conducted to-morrow by McAvoy & McCarthy. Interment at St. Mary's cemetery.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 20 May 1889, Page 1, Column 3

Necrology.

Mrs. Mary E. Boulger, who three weeks ago moved from Oakland to Alameda, died yesterday of heart disease at the residence of her brother, corner of Central avenue and Pearl street, in that city. The deceased was a married woman, 37 years of age, and a native of Philadelphia. She had been ailing for some time. Her remains will be shipped this afternoon to Sacramento, where her parents reside, for interment.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 May 1889, Page 8, Column 4

Necrology.

Charles Kitchener, sexton of the First Baptist Church, died yesterday at the age of 69 years. He was a native of England. The surviving members of his family are a daughter, married to H. Sutcliffe of this city, and a son, living in Stockton. The funeral services will be held at 2 P. M. tomorrow at the church.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 31 May 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Guy Carlton Darling, aged 4 months and 9 days, died on Wednesday at the Orphans' Home.

Fannie V. Nuby, aged 5 months, died yesterday at 810 Jefferson street.

Johnnie Murray, aged 11 months, died on Wednesday at 808 Cedar street.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 06 June 1889, Page 8, COlumn 2

Necrology.

Raymond Barker, youngest son of Eliza and the late Samuel Barker, aged 4 years, died yesterday, at the residence in East Oakland.

Harmon Knox Chittendon, a native of New York, died last evening at his residence. The funeral will take place tomorrow from the funeral parlors of Albert Brown.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 29 June 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Louis Probst, the proprietor of a bakery on Webster street, Alameda, received a stroke of paralysis Thursday afternoon, and died at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. He leaves a wife and several children.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 18 July 1889, Page 8, Column 3

THE DEATH RECORD
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July 16th- Augusta Rosenberg, aged 6 weeks, native of Oakland, residence, 601 Sixteenth street, cause of death, inanition, buried July 17th.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 25 July 1889, Page 8, Column 2

Necrology.

Ruth H. Poole, widow of the late Spencer Poole, died in San Francisco yesterday afternoon at the age of 64 years. The deceased was well known in Oakland, where she had many friends. She was mother-in-law of Police Captain Wilson. The funeral will take place from her late residence, 1004 Powell street, Friday afternoon.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 26 August 1889, Page 5, Column 2

Necrology.

A few days ago the three-year-old son of Mrs. Rebecca McWade, matron of the West Oakland Foundlings Home, fell against the hearth of a stove, burning his head severely. The lad seemed to recover from the injury for several days, then he had spasms and yesterday morning died.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 26 August 1889, Page 8, Column 2

Necrology.

George W. Russell, father of George A. Russell of the firm of Craft & Russell of East Oakland, died this morning at his residence, 1059 Ninth avenue, after a long illness. Deceased was 73 years and 6 months and a native of Rochelle, France.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 06 September 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Mrs. Mary Mo*za, a resident of San Leandro, died at that place yesterday of consumption; aged 19.

Kate Heffy, the nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Heffy, died at her home on Twenty-sixth street, this morning, from pneumonia.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 11 September 1889, Page 6, Column 2

THE DEATH RECORD
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September 8th- August Piepenburg, aged 48 years, 3 months, a native of Germany, residence 964 Seventh street, cause of death, heart disease.

Body of unknown man found in bay; suicide.

September 7th- Albert G. Betts, aged 46 years, 9 months, a native of San Francisco, residence, 1124 Myrtle street, cause of death, gun shot wound, suicide.

September 7th- Edna Carlson, aged 1 year, ? months, a native of Oakland, residence 671 Twenty-sixth street; cause of death, pneumonia.

September 5th- Maurice Geary, aged 49 years, a native of Ireland, residence ?59 Sixth street, cause of death, run over by truck.

September 9th- Pauline Butler, aged 4 years, a native of San Francisco, residence 312 Fourth street, cause of death, phthisis.

September 9th- Catherine McDonell, aged 3 years, ? months, a native of Oakland, residence 1720 Thirteenth avenue; cause of death, typhomalarial fever.

September 10th- Raphael Smith, aged 2? days, a native of Oakland, residence [?] Second street; cause of death, intestinal catarrh.

September 7th- Thomas A. Moran, aged [?] years, a native of Ireland; residence, 1214 Clay street; cause of death, phthisis.

September 8th- Henry P. Mosher, aged [?] years, a native of New York, residence 1736 Thirteenth street; cause of death, paralysis.

September 7th- Unknown infant, aged 12 days, residence, Foundling's Home, 973 Campbell street, cause of death, hereditary syphilis.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 September 1889, Page 8, Column 4

THE DEATH RECORD
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September 19th- William Summerhays, aged ?0 years, 9 months, a native of England, residence, Berkeley; cause of death, nephritis.

September 21st- Beryln Barnar, aged 1 month, 9 days, a native of Oakland; residence 570 Twentieth street; cause of death, cerebral meningitis.

September 20th- Infant daughter of W. H. and N. E Cunningham, of 869 Campbell street.

September 20th- Infant twins of Charles and Carrie Stevens, of Temescal.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 07 October 1889, Page 1, Column 7

Necrology.

Mary Brennan, aged 45, died yesterday at 1014 Third street. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Cause of death, diabetes.

Mary Donovan, aged 9 months and 14 days, died at Lorin yesterday. The funeral will take place tomorrow.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 10 October 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Edward Joseph O'Brien, aged 2 months, died at 881 Cedar street, last evening. The funeral will take place on Friday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 14 October 1889, Page 8, Column 2

Necrology.

John A. Eatherly died at the residence of his uncle, R. G. Do?m, 834 Franklin street, Saturday afternoon, from hemorrhage of the lungs. He was at one time Treasurer of a county in Kansas.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 17 October 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

It has been learned that bronchitis was the cause of E. F. Mayer's death at San Leandro yesterday morning. Coroner Evers held an inquest yesterday. The body will be buried this afternoon.

While eating his dinner in the Post-office Restaurant at West Oakland last night, George M. Chaplin fell from the table dead. Heart disease was probably the cause of his sudden death, which was most likely hastened by an outburst of laughter. He had been telling some of his friends a story, and was laughing uproariously, when his head fell back, and he died. Deceased was well advanced in years, and was formerly a baker, but lately he has been employed by the Southern Pacific Company. He leaves a widow, but no children, and was a member in good standing of Golden Gate Lodge, No. 30, Free and Accepted Masons.

News has been received in this city of the sudden death in Arizona of Charles Kirchoff, formerly a prominent merchant in this city. He was a brother of Mrs. Doctor Bluett of this city and his remains will be brought here for interment. For a number of years he was Secretary of the Oakland Turn Verein.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 18 October 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Charles Kirchoff died in Arizona a few days ago, and the body will be brought here for interment. He was formerly a merchant in this city, and was a brother of Mrs. Bluett.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 25 October 1889, Page 1, Column 3

Necrology.

James Freeborn, son of the late William Freeborn, died at the Fabiola Hospital yesterday.

Albert J. Cowan, the little bootblack who was killed at the pier, was buried at the expense of the county yesterday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 29 October 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Mrs. Lorenda Kellogg, a widow, who reached the age of 83 years and nine months, died this morning at her residence, 1169 Tenth avenue. She was a native of Vermont and had lived in this city for one year.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 30 October 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

The death is announced of John McNeill, a pioneer citizen of Sacramento and a well known merchant at that place, paralysis being the cause of death. Mr. McNeil is well known in Oakland, where he has many friends. The deceased leaves a family who are at present in New York.

Oscar William Hansen, a child aged 1 year, died this morning, at the residence of his parents, 1120 Kirkham street.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 31 October 1889, Page 1, Column 4

Necrology.

Ann Quinn died at the County Infirmary on the 29th of gastro enteritis. She was 60 years of age and her body will be interred at San Mateo.

Michael McNamara, a brother of James McNamara of this city, died in San Francisco yesterday.

Frank Palmer, the 10 year old son of G. F. Palmer, died yesterday afternoon from diptheria at 1254 Webster street.

Michael McManus, the 37 year old brother of James McManus, a popular back driver of this city, died in San Francisco yesterday of typhoid pneumonia. The funeral will take place Friday morning.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 02 November 1889, Page 3, Column 5

THE DEATH RECORD
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November 1st- Isaac Garfield, aged 74 years, a native of Maine, residence 468 Edwards street; cause of death, organic disease of the heart.

November 1st- Lesbia C. Macdonald, aged 6 years, and four months, a native of Prince Edward Island, residence 814 Thirteenth street; cause of death, diphtheria.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 09 NOvember 1889, Page 3, Column 6

Necrology.

Coroner Evers received telegraph instructions from Ira B. Hyde of Princeton, Mo. to embalm the body of Miss Harriet Meredith, who died suddenly at 1003 Clay street on Thursday morning, and to await further instruction from her brother, Aaron Meredith, of West Doylestown, Pa.

The ladies of I. A. Logan Circle of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic assembled at Grand Army Hall this afternoon at 1 o'clock to attend the funeral of Sister Webster of the circle.

The funeral of Captain Francis Ball took place yesterday from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, where a solemn requiem mass was sung, Father King being celebrant, Father Cra?well, deacon, Father Deran, sub-deacon, master of ceremonies, Brother Sullivan. The pall bearers were James McElroy, J. Fredericks, D. Moran, P. Haley, James Holland, and M. Malone.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 13 November 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Mrs. Longwell, an aunt of J. C. Sullivan of the Golden Gate Del Monte, was buried in San Francisco yesterday.

Douglas M. Harrington died of heart-disease at Golden Gate on Saturday night, and yesterday he was [?] (buried?) from St. Paul's in this city.

Miss Mary E. Smith died yesterday at her residence, 590 Sycamore street, of consumption. The deceased was a native of San Francisco, 26 years of age, and was a charter member of the Catholic Ladies' Aid Society, No. 1, of this city, and also of the [?] of the Children of Mary. The funeral will take place on Thursday at 9:30 A. M. from the Church of St. Francis de Sales, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated by Rev. Rather McSweeney.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 14 November 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

Mrs. David Curry, aged 41, died at 13 Maple street, Temescal, this morning.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 15 November 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Miss Mary E. Smith was buried yesterday afternoon from St. Francis de Sales church, where a requiem high mass was celebrated. The funeral was attended by many members of the Catholic Ladies' Aid Society and the Children of Mary, of both of which orders she was a member.

The funeral of Mrs. David Curry, who died at Temescal yesterday, took place this afternoon.

Mrs. Ida C. Gardiner, wife of Thomas M. Gardiner, died this morning at her residence, corner of Nineteenth avenue and East Nineteenth street, East Oakland, from consumption.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 19 November 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

Andrew Jackson Sweet, aged 77, died at ?27 Fourteenth street this morning from inflammation of the kidneys. The funeral will take place Thursday at Mountain View Cemetery.

Winnifred Curtiss aged 48, died at 12?8 Seventh street this morning from consumption. The funeral will take place Thursday when a requiem mass will be celebrated.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 20 November 1889, Page 1, Column 4

Necrology.

Edward E. Locke died last evening, at the age of 33. He had been suffering from Brights disease and dropsy for some years.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 22 November 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

The seven year old son of Mrs. Runyon, teacher of the Tompkins school, died on Wednesday from diphtheria. Her little daughter, aged 2, is very sick with the same disease.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 02 December 1889, Page 1, Column 2

Necrology.

Edward Kelly, aged ?6 years, died at 757 Castro street yesterday, and the funeral will take place tomorrow.

Antone Silva, aged 24 years, died at San Pablo from consumption yesterday. The funeral will take place tomorrow.

The infant son of John and Ellen McCarthy died yesterday at 1780 Atlantic street, and was buried today.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 06 December 1889, Page 1, Column 6

Necrology.

James Manning, a three months' old child, died at Temescal yesterday of gastro enteritis.

Libbie Gardiner, the 11-year-old daughter of Mr. Gardiner of the firm of Tor?ey, Whitman and Gardiner, died yesterday at the home of her parents, 524 Jones street, of typhoid fever.

Joseph Lewis, the infant son of Joseph and Fileminia Lewis, residing at 1372 Seventeenth street, died yesterday. The funeral will be held on Sunday next.

Joseph Manning, the three months oold infant of James and Letitia Manning, of North Temescal, who died yesterday afternoon, was buried at St. Mary's Cemetery this afternoon.

Isadore Cavasso, aged 6? years, 2 months and 12 days, died at 12?5 West street this morning. The funeral will take place Sunday from Odd Fellows Hall.

Willie S. Baldwin, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Skidmore Baldwin, died today at the residence of his parents, 1422 Eighth street, of rheumatism of the heart. He was a boy of great promise, 8 years old, and a native of Buffalo, N. Y.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 12 December 1889, Page 1, Column 3

Necrology.

Ernst J. A. Laing, the 2 months old child of John and Jessie Laing of 1270 East Eleventh street, died last night. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 13 December 1889, Page 1, Column 7

Necrology.

Clement J. O'Brien, son of M. V. and Mary A. of that name, died yesterday of consumption at the home of his mother, 1820 William street. The deceased was a native of Sacramento, 20 years of age, and received his education in the Oakland public schools, and had lately been employed as a clerk by the Southern Pacific Company. His funeral will take place on Sunday.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 17 December 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Daniel McMenamin, a capitalist residing at 1157 Franklin street, died last night after a short illnes. The funeral will be held Thursday morning from St. Mary's Church, Rev. Father King officiating.

Mrs. Bertha Holler, aged 53 years, wife of James Holler, died yesterday afternoon. The funeral will take place tomorrow from her residence.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 18 December 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

Mrs. Annie Thomas, wife of a well known resident of East Oakland, was in ailing health for a long time and thought the high ground of Beulah Park would be conducive to her recovery. Her husband a few months ago bought a little cottage in the Beulah Park neighborhood, and the family has since lived there. Mrs. Thomas's health did not permanently improve, and this morning at 3 o'clockm she died at the age of 5? years. She was born in Wales and had lived for twenty-four years in this State. The funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock on Friday at the Brooklyn Presbyterian Church, Rev. Dr. Chapman officiating.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 20 December 1889, Page 1, Column 2

Necrology.

The remains of W. W. Smith have been brought to this city from Stockton for interment. The deceased was about 60 years of age, and had been confined in the insane asylum for some time. Death resulted from suffocation as the man was unable to swallow or digest his food. The funeral will be held today from the Church of the Advent in East Oakland.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 23 December 1889, Page 1, Column 5

Necrology.

The funeral services over the body of Joel Playter, the brother of E. W. Playter, were held yesterday at the residence of the latter. The funeral was attended by many friends.

Patrick Walsh, a grocer by occupation, died yesterday at his residence, corner of Fifth and Brush streets. The deceased was a native of Ireland, and had been a resident of Oakland for fourteen years.

James Nolan died last evening at 11 o'clock at St. Mary's Hospital, in San Francisco, from dropsy, from which he had been suffering for three or four months. He was a well-known resident of this city. The funeral will take place tomorrow from the residence of his brother, Timothy Nolan, 709 Clay street, 2 P.M.
From: The Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 24 December 1889, Page 8, Column 3

Necrology.

The funeral of Nellie Towns, who died on Sunday last, at 647 East Twelfth street, will be held tomorrow at 1 P.M. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church.