J. M. Sharp, Aged Pioneer, Dies At Ranch Home. Month’s Illness Is Fatal For Santa Paula Rancher. Funeral Rites Will Be Monday. Deceased Organized Bank And Other Corporations. J. M. Sharp, who played an important part in the general development of Ventura County, passed away at his home west of Santa Paula at 8:30 o’clock
H. C. “Doc” Sharp, 73, pioneer Saticoy rancher and leader in the state walnut industry, died unexpectedly last night (April 27, 1956) during a fishing trip to his cabin at Sespe Hot Springs with three other men Corner Virgil Payton was called late last night by two members of the fishing party who had driven
Death claimed another pioneer of Ventura County when Mrs. J. M. Sharp passed away Sunday night [July 8, 1934] at the family ranch home at Saticoy. Mrs. Sharp was born June 14, 1851, in Philadelphia, and came to California in 1869 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plank, living first in San Francisco. There
The Rev. Byron Sharp died at his home, 1531 Grand Avenue, early Saturday [November 17, 1923] morning after an illness of several weeks. The Rev. Sharp was 77 years old, and had been a minister of the Methodist Church in the Columbia River Conference for almost 50 years, excepting about three years when he was
SHARP, Ann Todd7, (Eleazer6, Ruel5, Job4, Ithamar3, Michael2, Christopher1) married in Dryden, N. Y., Dennis Sharp. Children: I. Martha, m.(???)Brown. Issue: (1) Arthur, who lived in Pittsburg, Penn.; (2) Ward, who also lived in Pittsburg, Penn. II. Charles, m. Lottie(???), had one daughter, who d. at two or three years of age.
SHARP, Beatrice B. Todd8, (Marquis De L.7, Bela6, Caleb5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born in 1882, married in 1908, Hubert C. Sharp, who was born in 1882, in Santa Ana, Cal. They lived in Saticoy, Cal., in 1912. Children: I. James M., b. 1910. II. Dora Louise, b. Jan. 15, 1912. III. Margaret, b. Oct.
Silas Sharp, Mississippi Choctaw
J. E. Sharp a retired capitalist of Santa Ana, was born in East Tennessee, November 17, 1809, a son of Joseph and Sarah (Lamb) Sharp, who had but two children: the subject of this sketch and a boy named Prophet, who died in 1850. The parents died in 1828, the father one day and the