Location: San Joaquin County CA

Parlier, Lola G. Madill Mrs. – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Lola G. Madill Parlier, 84, of Baker City, died Sept. 13, 2004, at her home. Her funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at Grace Methodist Church in Stockton, Calif. She is interred with her husband at Park View Cemetery in French Camp, Calif. She was born on Dec. 21, 1919, at French Camp and had lived at Stockton, Calif., until January. She was a graduate of Manteca High School and the College of the Pacific at Stockton. She taught kindergarten at Jefferson and Fillmore Schools. She was a lifetime member of Beta Sigma Phi.

Biography of Ottley Papineau

Ottley Papineau, is a manufacturer and dealer in harness, saddles, buggy robes, etc., and also proprietor of one of the leading business establishments of Riverside. His products are well known in the county and his trademark “O. P.” is a sufficient guarantee for first-class material and workmanship. The subject of this sketch is a native of England, dating his birth in London, in 1846. The first ten years of his life was spent in that city and at Canterbury in attending school. In 1856 he went to Australia and joined his father, who had preceded him to that country in

Biography of George W. Suttonfield

George W. Suttonfield was born at Fort Wayne, Indiana, February 14, 1825. His father, Colonel William Suttonfield, a native of Virginia, was in the regular army, under General Harrison, in the Black Hawk war. He built the first house in Fort Wayne and lived there until his death, which occurred in 1841. His wife, Laura (Taylor) Suttonfield, was a native of Connecticut. They had six children, of whom the subject of this sketch was the fourth. He attended Wabash College at Crawfordsville, Indiana, for four years, and in 1849 came to California. He started from Fort Smith, Arkansas, in April,

Suksdorf, C.K. “Cal” – Obituary

C.K. “Cal” Suksdorf, 86, of Prairie City, who mined in Baker and Grant counties over the past 50 years, died June 12, 2004, at Blue Mountain Hospital in John Day after a brief illness. At his request, there will be no funeral or memorial. He and his wife, Clementine, will be remembered in a private family ceremony in the Mormon Basin. Cal was born on Feb. 20, 1918, at Angel Camp, Calif. He grew up in Death Valley, Calif., and lived in Oregon and Idaho during his youth. He served his country bravely in World War II as an airplane

Biography of Hon. Henry Montague Willis

Hon. Henry Montague Willis, San Bernardino, was born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 21. 1831. His ancestors were among the first English settlers of the colony of Virginia and Maryland prior to the Revolution. His father, Mr. Henry H. Willis, was a captain in the merchant marine, with whom the subject of this memoir made a number of voyages before he was twelve years of age, alternating between school and the sea. At the age of twelve he adopted a seafaring life, and during six years’ sailing the briny deep he visited the ports of the Mediterranean, England, France, Ireland, Rio

Whittington, Christopher Michael “Mike” – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Christopher Michael “Mike” Whittington, 31, a former Baker City resident, died March 13, 2004, at Pendleton. A memorial service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Burns Mortuary Chapel in Pendleton. Mike was born May 13, 1972 at Lodi, Calif., to Larry and Alice Whittington. Mike was a lover of the outdoors, and an avid hunter and fisherman. He had lived in Eastern Oregon since 1979. He graduated from Baker High School in 1990. After graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of Desert Storm. Afterward he returned home where he enjoyed

Cosumni Tribe

Cosumni Indians. A tribe, probably Moquelumnan, formerly residing on or near Cosumnes River, San Joaquin County, California. According to Rice 1quoted by Mooney in Am. Anthrop., III, 259, 1890 these Indians went almost naked; their houses were of bark, sometimes thatched with grass and covered with earth: the bark was loosened from the trees by repeated blows with stone hatchets, the latter having the head fastened to the handle with deer sinew. Their ordinary weapons were bows and stone-tipped arrows. The women made finely woven conical baskets of grass, the smaller ones of which held water. Their amusements were chiefly

San Joaquin County, California Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Following Cemeteries (hosted at San Joaquin County California CAGenWeb Archives) Virginians in the Woodbridge Masonic Cemetery Liberty Cemetery Woodbridge Masonic Cemetery Following Cemeteries (hosted at Interment.net) Liberty Cemetery Park View Cemetery San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery  Driving Directions 32053 West McCabe Road Gustine, CA 95322 (209) 854-1040 Surnames Aa-Ar Surnames As-Ba Surnames Be-Bl Surnames Bo-Br Surnames Bu-Ca Surnames Ce-Cl Surnames Co Surnames Cr-Da Surnames De-Dr Surnames Du-Fa Surnames Fe-Fu Surnames Ga-Gl Surnames

Eccles, Richard David – Obituary

Richard David Eccles, 78, of Stockton, Calif., died Saturday, May 3, 2003, in a hospital. A memorial service was held in Stockton. Eccles was born Sept. 2, 1924, in Hood River and lived in Whitney and Prairie City where he attended the first grade. He lived in Stockton for 50 years. Eccles was a self-employed helicopter pilot for 40 years, and was a former president of Helicopter Association of American and Helicopter Association International. He served in the Naval Air Corps as a lieutenant and was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He is survived by

Bingaman, Sally Mrs. – Obituary

Sally Bingaman, 61, of Manteca, Calif., died Sept. 19, 2001, in a Manteca hospital. There will be a private service. She was born on July 1, 1940, in San Francisco. Survivors include her husband, Ollie Bingaman of Manteca, Calif.; children, Chandra Pellizzer, William Bingaman and Jonathan Bingaman, all of Manteca, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Used with permission from: The Baker City Herald, Baker City, Oregon, September 21, 2001 Transcribed by: Belva Ticknor