An important addition to the medical fraternity in San Mateo county is Dr. J. E. Chapin who came to Redwood City three years ago to practice medicine. Dr. Chapin came to Redwood after an extended practice in several large cities and a vast experience in his ‘profession. Since taking up his residence in Redwood City,
1861 Directory of Auburn California. Addrian A. baker, Eagle Bakery, Main St Allen B. C. banker, Main St. Ambrose William, steward, American Hotel Anderson Geo. L. attorney-at-law, Commercial St. Andrews M. watch-maker and jew’r, Commercial St. Armitage J. laborer, bds Am. Hotel Atkinson John, laborer, California St. Atwood N. teamster, bds Crescent City Banvard E.
Samantha L. Kuperus Carpenter, 37, formerly of Union County, died Oct. 28 in Fairmont, W.Va. There will be a 3 p.m. memorial service Monday at the Union County Senior Center. Everyone is requested to bring a rose. Ms. Carpenter, who preferred to be called Sammy, was born Dec. 2, 1968, in Auburn, Calif., and spent
Ann Alberta Cole Ingram, 77, of Baker City, a former Halfway resident, died Nov. 5, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. There will be a private memorial service. She will be interred with her husband, Tom, at Pine Haven Cemetery in Halfway. Ann Alberta Cole Ingram was born on March 12, 1928, to Jesse James
HON. JOHN GATES. – This gentleman was the chief engineer of the old Oregon Steam Navigation Company during its palmy days of navigation, and will always be remembered as one of the brightest minds of our state, as his inventive genius has earned for him the not inapt title of the Edison of the Pacific
For many years the subject of this sketch held a prominent place among the most distinguished medical men of the Pacific Coast. His high professional attainments were matched by a life of conspicuous rectitude and of great public usefulness. He was born in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, March 12, 1819, and was a son of James