Arnoldy, Peter Claimed at 74
Appeal Democrat, November 2, 1943
Peter Joseph Arnoldy, one of the three
brothers who came to California from Kansas 50 years ago and
have been residents of the community since, died in the Rideout
Hospital this morning, 10 months after the death of his wife,
Arnoldy was a native of Minnesota, aged 74 years and for a long
time was an orchardist in Sutter county. Since the death of his
wife he had been living with his daughter, Mrs. L. C. Purcell,
731 Eighth Street, Marysville. He was a member of Marysville
Council of Knights of Columbus and was a 50-years member of
Court Pride of Marysville. Foresters of America, and was active
in both orders through the years. Services Thursday
He was the father of Elmer Arnoldy and Mrs.
Purcell of Marysville and Lloyd E. Arnoldy of San Diego. The
latter en route to Marysville today, on receipt of a message
telling of his father's death. He also leaves 10 grandchildren.
The surviving brothers and sisters are Matt and Joseph Arnoldy
with whom he came west 50 years ago and William Arnoldy of
Chico. Mrs. N. Boden of Kansas and Sister Cleophas in a Kansas
convent. The body will lie in state at the Purcell home from 11
a. m. Wednesday until the hour of the funeral services in St.
Joseph's Church Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Sierra
View Memorial park. Rosary service will be at the Purcell home
at 8 p. m. Wednesday.
SUTTER FARMER DIES
P. E. Barkley, 75, retired farmer and prominent Sutter
county resident for many years, died early Tuesday at his home
on Township road following a brief illness.
He was a native of Missouri. Barkley is survived by one
daughter, Mrs. Blanche Keeler of Grass Valley and two sons, W.
Wade and Claude Barkley, both of Yuba City. He also leaves three
sisters, Mrs. Bertha Hill of Wichita, Kan., Mrs. E. Anderson of
Alva, Okla., and Mrs. A. S. Foster of Rosewell, N. H. and one
brother, L. E. Barkley of Panhandle, Tex.
Funeral arrangements are in charge of Lipp & Sullivan and will
be announced later.
November 21, 1972, Pg. 6
Clifton P. Bumford
Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Clifton P. Bumford,
94, of Marysville, who died Sunday at the Driftwood Manor
Convalescent Hospital in Yuba City. A native of Massachusetts,
he had lived in Marysville area for the past 60 years, making is
home at 5747 Arboga Road. He is survived by a son, Stanley J.
Bumford of Vallejo. Funeral services will be conducted at 10
a.m. Tomorrow in Ullrey Memorial Chapel with a priest from St.
Joseph's Catholic Church of Marysville officiating. Burial will
be in Sierra View Memorial Park.
Services are scheduled Monday
for Clyde E. Brown, 79, a former resident of Marysville who died
yesterday in a Sacramento convalescent hospital.
Brown, a native of Vermont, had been a Marysville resident from 1959
to 1979 and had been a truck driver.
Survivors include two sons, Edward G. Brown of North Highlands, and
Kenneth Brown of Vermont; a sister Hazel Adams of Vermont; and six
Graveside services are scheduled Monday at 1 p.m. at the Sierra View
Memorial Park in Marysville. Lombard and Co. is handling the
Appeal Democrat, April 10,
1979, Pg 1
Cable Rites Planned
Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Today in Lipp & Sullivan Chapel
for Gertrude Cable, 89, of 611 E St., Marysville, who died
Sunday in Marysville Convalescent Hospital. Mass will be said at 10
a.m. Tomorrow in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, with Msgr. James
Poole of Sacramento officiating.
Burial will be in Sierra View Memorial Park. Mrs. Cable, a native of
Marysville who spent her entire life here, was a retired teacher.
She spent 39 years as a principal and superintendent at Arboga
Elementary School in Yuba County after retirement continued as a
parochial school teacher. She was a past president of Notre Dame
Alumnae of Marysville, Notre Dame State Federation Alumnae, Notre
Dame International Federation Alumnae, Marysville Parlor of the
native Daughters of the Golden west, Marysville Art Club and Beta
Omega Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma. She was founder of the Yuba-Sutter
Audubon Society and a member of the Catholic Ladies Relief Society,
Business and Professional Women's Club, American Association of
University Women, the Democratic Committee and the Mary Aaron Museum
Association. She was a life member of the Retired Teachers
Association and the National Retired Teachers Association and for
many years was active in 4-H Club work.
Survivors include two sons, Devore cable of
Marysville and Kenneth Cable of Albuquerque, N. Mex.; a daughter,
Betty Quick, of Denver, Colo.; four grandchildren and five great
Sept. 5, 1988, pg. 5
Funeral arrangements are
pending at Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Directors for Evangeline Comarsh,
70, of Linda, who died Sept. 4, 1988, at Rideout Emergency Center.
Cisneros, George Robert Jr.
30 May 1980
George Robert Cisneros, Jr.,
52 of 310-B Woodbridge Avenue, Yuba City died at home yesterday
evening of Amytrophic Sclerosis, more commonly called Lou Gehrig's
Disease, according to the Sutter County Sheriff's office. A driver
for Antonini Trucking, he is survived by two brothers, Henry
Cisneros of West Covina and Ed Cisneros of Corona.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Chapel of the Twin Cities.
Appeal Democrat, June 11, 1983, Pg. 6
Wilson F. Coats
Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tomorrow at Ullrey Memorial Chapel
for Wilson Francis Coats, 65, of 956 Francis Ave., Yuba City.
He died at Rideout Hospital yesterday. A native of Marysville and a
lifetime area resident, he had retired after 32 years as the owner
of Jefferis Insurance Co.
He was a veteran of the Army in World War II and was a member of the
Knights of Columbus of Yuba City, St. Isidore's Catholic Church in
Yuba City and a former member of the Marysville Elks Club.
Survivors include his wife, Mildred Coats of
Yuba City; two sons, Wilson Coats II of Yuba City and David Coats of
Marysville; a daughter, Susan Coats of Marysville; his mother,
Assumption Coats of Yuba City; three brothers, Bill Coats of Yuba
City and Wallace Coats of Sacramento; a sister, Jane Cotton of
Yreka; and two grandchildren.
Rev. Joseph Bishop will officiate at mass at
10 a.m. Monday at St. Isidore's Catholic Church in Yuba City. Burial
will be in the Sutter Cemetery.
Appeal Democrat, Friday, July 14, 2000
Wallace James Coats, 75, of Sacramento died July 12, 2000 at
Mercy San Juan Hospital in Sacramento. Born in Marysville, he was a
Yuba-Sutter resident for 26 years before settling in Sacramento 41
years ago. He was an attorney and a graduate of Yuba College, a 1952
graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, studying English
and History, and a 1958 graduate of the University of San Francisco
He was appointed deputy commissioner of
corporations for the State of California and retired into private
practice in 1968, practicing law into the 1990's. In addition, he
served as a sonar officer in the U. S. Navy during World War 11.
Survivors include his wife of 54 years,
Dorothy Coats of Sacramento; a son, Wallace James Coats of Knights
Landing; 3 daughters, Laura Jane Coats of Larkspur, Mary Patricia
Kashuba of Colfax and Barbara Rae Ward of Eugene, Or; 2 brothers,
Robert T. Coats of Live Oak, and Arthur W. Coats Jr. of Cambria; and
He was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Lauren
Coats and Wilson Coats and a sister Jane Coats Cotton. Donations may
be made to Sutter Historical Society. A rosary will be recited at 6
p.m. Sunday at Ullrey Memorial Chapel in Yuba City. A graveside
service will be conducted at 10 am Monday in Sutter Cemetery. The
Rev. Manuel Soria of St. Isidore Church will officiate.
Sacramento Bee, May 29, 1941, Pg. 8
Resident Is Summoned By Death
(Yuba Co.), May 29. - Funeral services were held today for
Earl Cooley, 25, of the Hammonton district, who died
Tuesday. Cooley, a native of Sutter County, was a lifelong
resident of this district. He was a graduate of the
Marysville Union High School and was active in school
affairs, including sports. He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Cooley who reside near Hammonton; twos
sisters, Mrs. Alice Pascoe of Alhambra and Mrs. Dorothy
Welles of Oklahoma City, Okla., and a brother, Verdenal
Cooley of Marysville.
courtesy - April Hennes
Democrat, December 20, 1954
Foster - Funeral services for Thomas W. Foster, 84, who
resided on Second Ave., Sutter, will be conducted at 2 p.m.
Friday in the Chapel of the Twin cities. Interment will be
in Sutter cemetery. Foster died Monday in an Olivehust rest
home. He was a native of Arkansas and had lived in Sutter
County for 20 years. Survivors include two sons, Andrew of
Willows and Will of Oregon; three daughters, Mrs. Florence
Price of Sutter, Mrs. Ruth Harvey of St. Louis and Mrs.
Letha Hamby of Lancaster; eight grandchildren and 20
Hurst, Ruth M.
Appeal Democrat, Sept. 5, 1988, Pg. 5
Funeral services are scheduled Wednesday at 10 a.m. At
Sierra View Mortuary for Ruth M. Hust, 63, of Marysville,
who died Sept. 4, 1988, at her residence. A native of
Arizona, she was a nearly lifelong resident of the
Yuba-Sutter area. She was a member of the Republican Women
of California, Peach Tree Golf and Country Club and the
Yuba-Sutter Branch of Mercy Guild. She was a former member
of the Yuba College Board of Trustees.
She is survived by her husband, William Hust of Marysville;
two daughters, Sondra Hust Lanza of Marysville and Frances
Hust Nelson of New York City, her mother, Rose Sanderson of
Clearlake; two sisters, Barbara Boyd of Clearlake and
Frances Clark of Grass Valley; a brother, Walter Sanderson
of El Cajon; and a grandson.
The Rev. Eugene Lucas of St. Joseph's Catholic Church will
officiate at the services. Burial will be in Sierra View
Kelly, Ernest A.
Appeal Democrat, April 10, 1979, Pg 1
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday for
Ernest A. Kelly, of Gridley at Brownsville Cemetery. Kelly,
89, died yesterday in the East Gridley Rest Home.
Born in Bush Creek, Kelly was a former
truck driver. Kelly was a member of the Brownsville Grange
and also a member of the veterans of Foreign Wars. He was a
veteran of World War I.
Kelly is survived by a son, William J.
Harlan of Browns Valley; a daughter, Shirley Martin of
Dallas, Tex.; a sister, Edna Heenan of Gridley; and by five
grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Rev. Patrick
Lenehan of the Scared Heart Catholic Church of Gridley will
officiate at the services. Funeral arrangements are being
handled by the Lipp & Sullivan Funeral Home. Donations to
the American Cancer Society have been suggested by family.
30 May 1980
Leonard, Willie May 77 of
4658 Fortna Road, Yuba City died yesterday in Rideout Hospital. Born
May 16. 1903 in Sipe Springs, TX, she had lived in this area 15
years. Survivors include a daughter Mickey Pelton of Yuba City. Two
brothers Marlin Leonard of Carmichael and Elmer Leonard of Burney.
Eight grand-children and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Ullrey Memorial
Chapel. Burial will be in Sutter Cemetery.
Willows Journal, Dec. 12, 1986
Lewis, Eva Leona - a resident of Stonyford
for the last nine years, died December 5 at Valley Community
Hospital in Willows. She was born June 13, 1898, in Nebraska.
Survivors include six sons, Clarence Porter of San Francisco, John
and Elmer Porter of Chico, James Porter of Westwood, Alfred Porter
of Bothell, Washington, and Ervin Porter of Oak Harbor, Washington;
one sister, Mary Eyler of St. Helena; one brother, Buster Phagan of
Chico; 20 grandchildren, 53 great-grandchildren, and seven
great-great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m.
Today, Friday, December 12 at the Stonyford Town Hall. Cremation has
taken place at Sierra View Memorial Park in Marysville
Bee, Feb. 1, 1956, Pg. 21
California Vital Statistics
Nelson – In
Marysville, Yuba County, January 29, 1956. Mae Louise
Nelson, wife of Edward of Sutter, Sutter County; a
native of Redding, Shasta County, aged 53 years. Funeral
services were held today in Yuba City, Sutter County.
Interment was in the Sutter County cemetery.
Oliver, LaVett - Funeral
arrangements are pending at Lipp & Sullivan Funeral
Directors for LaVett Oliver, 40, of Marysville, who died
Sept. 3, 1988, at Rideout Emergency Center.
James O. Pilcher
Pilcher – James Oliver Pilcher, 94, of Olivehurst died
yesterday at the Marysville Convalescent Hospital following
a long illness. A native of Louisiana, he was a retired
carpenter who had lived in this area 33 years. His home was
at 4674 Olivehurst Ave.
Survivors include a wife, Jeanette; a
sister, Dolly McCorkle of Eros, La.; three grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending at
Lipp & Sullivan
Roberts F. Yuba Native,
July 6, 1953
Frederick Hiram Roberts, 77, died
Saturday at his home on Sixth St., Marysville, following
a lingering illness. He was a native of Yuba County,
born Sept 25, 1875 in the Oregon Hill district, near
Challenge. He was the son of the late John and Lucinda
Roberts, who settled in that area in the 1850's. Roberts
was a rancher in Sutter county for many years and for
the past 15 years had been employed by the Harter
Packing Co. He was a lifelong resident of Yuba and
Sutter counties. He was a member of Marysville chapter,
Foresters of America, and St. John's Episcopal church.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Lorraine; a son, John
of Arbuckle; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Bishop of Marysville;
four sisters, Mrs. William Wadsworth of Orland, Miss
Louise Roberts of Los Angeles, Mrs. Bess R. White and
Mrs. Al Hanify, both of San Francisco. He was the
brother of the late Charles W. Roberts of Yuba City.
Private funeral services will be
held tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. in St. John's Episcopal
church with Rev. Victor Hatfield, church pastor,
officiating. Cremation will follow in Sierra View
crematorium. Services are under the direction of
Hutchison's Colonial chapel. The family has asked that
those so desiring may contribute to St. John's Episcopal
church memorial fund or the Crippled Children's Society
in memory of Roberts.
Appeal Democrat, October 17, 1939,
Sears Rights Held
Funeral services for Mrs.
Beatrice Catherine Sears were held in the
Presbyterian church in Marysville Saturday afternoon
under the direction of Jones funeral home.
Rev. Thompson officiated. Mrs. Raymond M. Huston was
vocalist with Miss Vashti Prentiss at the organ.
Interment was made in the Sutter City cemetery.
Casket bearers were Edward Davis, Charles Davis,
Thomas Peters, Harry Powell, Wesley Peters and Tracy
Wheatland, Martha Blackford
Appeal Democrat, Sept. 19, 1949
Mrs. Martha Blackford, 86, of Wheatland died today in
that city. She was born in Nevada county but lived in
Wheatland for 60 years. She was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hartley, pioneer Nevada county residents
and the widow of Price Blackford, the owner of extensive
land holdings and a stockman. She was a member of the
Order of Eastern Star of Wheatland. Surviving are a
daughter, Mrs. Clyde Waltz; a son, Robert Blackford; a
niece, Mrs. Myrtle Bresnan, all of Wheatland; seven
grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services
will be announced by Lipp & Sullivan chapel of
Wheatland, Harold Blackford
Appeal Democrat, Sept. 1, 1931
Harold Blackford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Price
Blackford of the Wheatland district died at the
family home Thursday evening. He was a native of
Wheatland, 37 years of age. Besides his parents he
is survived by a brother, Robert Blackford,
prominent stockman and rancher of Wheatland and a
sister, Mrs. Helen Waltz of Wheatland. Funeral
arrangements are in charge of Lipp & Sullivan of
Harold Blackford Funeral is Sunday
Funeral services for Harold Blackford of Wheatland
will be held at 2 p. m. with services in the
Christian Church in Wheatland, Rev. Beryl Gilpin
officiating. The interment will be in Sierra View
Memorial Park. The body will be in state at the
Blackford home near Wheatland from 10 a. m. Sunday
until removal to the church for the services.
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