2701. “Sacramento Society of California Pioneers, a composite of portraits,”, 1860.
File: Sacramento_Society_of_California_Pioneers_a_composite_of_portraits
2702. Constitution and By-Laws of the Sacramento Society of California Pioneers, Jos. M. Anderson Co. Print, Sacramento, CA, 1910,
2703. “Wants a Divorce,” George F. Hotchkiss and Nellie Hotchkiss, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 92, 86, November 15, 1896, 4.
Nellie Hotchklss has commenced suit Jn the Superior Court for divorce from George F. Hotchkiss, on the ground of failure to provide.
File: GeorgeFHotchkissDivorce
2704. “Mrs. Hotchkiss Divorced,” George F. Hotchkiss and Nellie Hotchkiss, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 92, 125, December 24, 1896, 8.
Judge Johnson yesterday granted a decree of divorce in favor of Nellie Hotchkiss and against George F. Hotchkiss. The ground was failure to provide.
File: GeorgeFHotchkissDivorce_Final
2705. “Zimmermacher Minors,” Emma and Lulu Zimmermacher, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 98, 69, October 29, 1899, 9.
Emma Hotchkiss and Henrietta Laue have petitioned the Superior Court for letters of guardianship of the person sod Emma Zimmermacher and Lulu Zimmermacher, minors, the former guardian of the children having resigned.
File: ZimmermacherMinors
2707. “Death of a Pioneer Citizen,” Joshua Fountain, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 81, 72, May 16, 1891, 6.
The death was reported yesterday of Joshua Fountain, one of the oldest residents of the county, who died at his home near the Lake House, at an early hour in the morning. Deceased settled in Sacramento in 1860. He was a native of Maryland, and 81 years of age. He leaves a wife and five children—W. A., J. B., J. J. and George W. Fountain, and Mrs. F. S.Hotchkiss.
File: JoshuaFountainObit
2708. “Across the Dark River,” J. J. Fountain, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 84, 48, October 15, 1892, 4.
To-morrow afternoon the remains of the late J. J. Fountain will be laid at rest. Deceased was a young man of excellent character and standing. He was a native of this city and 35 years of age. At the time of his death deceased was in the employ of Stanton, Thomson & Co., and by his employers and all who knew him he was held in high esteem. Mr. Fountain was a son-in-law of C. W. Hoit. and his wile survives him. He was a brother of W. A. and J. B. Fountain and Mrs. F. S. Hotchkiss of this city, and George Fountain of Walnut Grove.
File: JJFountain_Obit
2709. “Died,” Joshua J. Fountain, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 84, 47, October 14, 1892, 3.
FOUNTAIN--In this city, October 13th, Joshua J. Fountain (brother of W. A. and J. B. Foundain and Mrs. F. S. Hotchkiss of Sacramento, also brother of George Fountain of Walnut Grove), a native of Sacramento, aged 35 years, 6 months and 7 days.
File: JoshuaJFountain_Obit
2710. “Social and Personal,” Walter R Lusk and Mamie Hotchkiss, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 81, 71, May 15, 1891, 3.
On Wednesday evening the wedding of Walter R. Lusk, of San Francisco, and Miss Mamie Hotchkiss, took place at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hotchkiss, 1615 Third street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. T. Needham. The bride was attended by Miss Edith Utter, and the groom by Frank S. Galligan. A wedding supper followed, at which a number of invited friends were present. The couple departed for San Francisco, where they will make their home.
File: WalterRLuskMamieHotchkiss
2711. “BIRTHS,” Alice R Hotchkiss, Sacramento Daily Union, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, USA, 21, 31, March 29, 1861, 2.
In Sacramento, March 27th, the wife of Frederick Hotchkiss, of a daughter.
File: AliceRHotchkiss_Birth
2712. “Emma Hotchkiss,” Find-A-Grave,, 108419164.
2713. “Obituaries,” Richard Alvin Buller, The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Kern County, CA, November 12, 1949, 23.
BULLER, RICHARD ALVIN--Funeral services for eight-month-old Richard Alvin Buller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Buller, 465 West Euclid avenue, Shafter, who died Friday, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Shafter. Elder John Isaacs will conduct the services and interment will follow in Shafter Cemetery. The infant was born in Bakersfield February 26, 1949 and is survived by his parents; a sister, Lillian Sharon; grandparents, Mrs. Mary Buller of Shafter and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Teziere of France. The Shafter Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
2715. “SON TO BULLERS,” Richard Alvin Buller, The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Kern County, CA, March 4, 1949, 11.
A son was born to. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Buller of Shafter at the Mercy Hospital February 26. Mrs. Buller, who is a native of France, met Mr. Buller during the war when he was serving in that area with the armed forces.
2716. “Obituaries,” Mary Buller Voth, The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Kern County, CA, April 29, 1976, 46.
VOTH, MARY BULLER -- Services will be 2 p.m. tomorrow in Agee Funeral Chapel, Shafter, for Mary Buller Voth, 85, who died April 28 in her home in Bakersfield. Elder Roy Wolcott of the Seventh-day Adventist Church of Shafter will officiate. Interment will be in Shafter Memorial Park. Mrs. Voth was born in Marion, S.D. She moved to Shafter in 1934 and recently moved to Bakersfield to be near her daughter. Survivors include 2 sons, Ervin of Taft and Alvin of Bakersfield: 2 daughters, Alvina Barnes of Bakersfield and Alma Epp of Caruthers; a sister, Eva Berg of South Dakota; 5 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.
2717. “F.S. Hotchkiss, Pioneer is Dead,” Fredrick S Hotchkiss, Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, June 3, 1914.
After chatting pleasantly with members of his family at lunch and taking his accustomed walk to town in the afternoon, Fredrick S. Hotchkiss, who was one of the three surviving members of the Sacramento Society of California Pioneers, passed away at his home, 314 O Street, late yesterday afternoon.

Physicians who attended the aged pioneer likened his demise to the running down of a clock which had ticked off the minute for it's allotted time.

Retaining his mental facilities and especially his keen sense of humor through the 90 years of his life, Hotchkiss endeared himself to the scores in the city who knew him intimately.

He was born in Connecticut 90 years ago, was one of a party of New Englanders who purchased a ninety ton schooner, and in that small craft set sail for California around the Horn in the early days of the gold rush.

He arrived in San Francisco in July, 1849. At that time, his worldly goods, excepting a small interest in the schooner, consisted of a few cents.

In the latter part of the summer of 1849, he came to Sacramento after having spent a short time in the gold fields. He established the first planing mill in Sacramento in 1852 and up to the time of his death was interested in it.

For the past fourteen years deceased was not actively engaged in business, although he kept in close touch with it.

Only twice during the sixty five years was the continuity of his residence in Sacramento broken--once when he went to the gold fields during the Salmon River Rush and once when he went to Alaska for a few months during the days of the Klondike fever.

Only two organizations claimed the attention of the deceased--The Pioneer Society; of which now only two members survive, and the Masons. He was one of the oldest Masons in the State.

One daughter, Mrs. A.S. Miller, two sons, Fred and George Hotchkiss and four grandchildren, Mrs. Albert Strum, Alice and Anita Hotchkiss and Mrs. Walter Lusk survive him.
2718. “Died,” Charles Simmermacher, Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, September 27, 1875, 3.
Sacramento, September 25--Charles Simmermacher, a native of Germany, 44 years, 1 month and 4 days.
[Funeral this afternoon, at 3 o’clock, from German Lutheran Church, K and Twelfth streets. Friends are invited to attend.]

File: CharlesSimmermacher_Death_Notice
2719. “SUDDEN DEATHS,” Charles Simmermacher, Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA, September 27, 1875, 4.
Daniel Doherty, grocer at Fifth and N streets, died very suddenly Saturday afternoon, after a brief illness which bad not been considered dangerous. Deceased was an old resident of Sacramento, having resided here twenty-five years.... Saturday evening Charles Simmermacher, who had been ill some time, started down town to see a physician, but while walking down K street, between Ninth and Tenth, he fell to the sidewalk in a species of fit. He was conveyed to his residence, and all that was possible done for him, but death ensued in a short time.
File: CharlesSimmermacher_Death_Notice
2720. “Gus Bertram Simmermacher,” Find-A-Grave,, 32492882.
2721. “Nell F Burks Simmermacher,” Find-A-Grave,, 32492883.
2722. “United States Census,” 1940, WI, Douglas, Wascott, 5A, 10, 16-47, T627, 4475, 1026, Bureau of the Census, US Dept. of Commerce, United States of America, May 21, 1940, Eugine H McCumber.
File: 1940 WI Douglas County Wascott p5A
2723. Gustav A Simmermacher, “California, County Marriages, 1850-1952,” September 2, 1891, Sacramento, CA, Page: 366 GS Film number: 1302102 , Digital Folder Number: 004640207 , Image Number: 00650,
2725. “Tennessee, Deaths and Burials, 1874-1955,” Sophia Webb, March 18, 1912, Robertson County, TN, microfilm, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B00298-0 , System Origin: Tennessee-EASy , GS Film number: 1308114 , Reference ID: cn 72161,
2727. Betty, “Meadows, Sumner, Richmond, Reynolds, Gordon, Webb,”, June 6, 2010.
2728. Francis Marion Bartlett, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” November 2, 1919, Barton County, MO,
File: FrancisMarionBartlett_DeathCert
2729. “Francis Marion Bartlett,” Find-A-Grave,, 39446137.
2730. Henry Francis Baxter, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” March 14, 1912, Marion County, MO,
File: HenryFrancisBaxter_DeathCert
2731. William Baxter, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” December 4, 1947, Marion County, MO,
File: WilliamBaxter_DeathCert
2732. William Newton Beard, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” December 18, 1924, Saline County, MO,
File: WilliamNewtonBeard_DeathCert
2733. “William Newton Beard,” Find-A-Grave,, 83871783.
2734. “Evaline Jane “Eva” Beard Webb,” Find-A-Grave,, 54223431.
2735. Thomas Willey Clowers, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” October 6, 1958, Winfield, Lincoln County, MO,
File: ThomasWClowers_DeathCert
2736. Mary Sophia Daugherty, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” February 28, 1943, Richmond, Ray County, MO,
File: MarySophiaDaugherty_DeathCert
2737. Cristopher Columbus Daugherty, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” June 24, 1951, Richmond, Ray County, MO,
File: ChristopherCDaugherty_DeathCert
2738. Amanda C Boles, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” August 10, 1911, West Plains, Howell County, MO,;tYear=#searchdeat.
File: AmandaCBoles_DeathCert
2739. Alice E Thornton, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” October 12, 1953, Webster Groves, St. Louis County, MO,
File: AliceEmelineThornton_DeathCert
2740. George Quaife Thornton, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” September 15, 1954, Webster Groves, St. Louis County, MO,
File: GeorgeQuaifeThornton_DeathCert
2741. Georgianna Baxter, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” March 18, 1910, Reddick, Lewis County, MO,
File: GeorgiannaBaxter_DeathCert
2742. August H Fountain, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” March 14, 1910, New Durham, Lewis County, MO,
File: AugustHFountain_DeathCert
2743. William Fountain, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” February 20, 1926, Independence, Blue, Jackson County, MO,
File: WilliamFountain_DeathCert
2744. “William W Fountain,” Find-A-Grave,, 7859103.
2745. “Sophia McReynolds Fountain,” Find-A-Grave,, 7859102.
2746. Sophia Fountain, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” November 1, 1912, Colony, Knox County, MO,
File: SophiaFountain_DeathCert
2747. Ollie May Slaughter, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” April 20, 1940, Point Pleasant, New Madrid County, MO,
File: OllieMaySlaughter_DeathCert
2748. John William Price, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” April 15, 1946, Richmond, Ray County, MO,
File: JohnWilliamPrice_DeathCert
2749. Laura Belle Price, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” June 19, 1944, Rayville, Ray County, MO,;tYear=#searchdeat.
File: LauraBellePrice_DeathCert
2750. Robert M Whaley, “Missouri Death Certificates, 1910-1963,” December 29, 1938, St. Louis Independent City, MO, USA,
File: RobertMWhaley_DeathCert
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