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Amador Dispatch
Amador Dispatch
Contributed by Chris Havnar

Date: November 1880

Following are the extracts for the month of November 1880:


November 6, 1880, Vol. 22, No. 8
DIED.In Jackson, Nov. 4, 1880, Norman B. Parks, a native of Ohio, aged
about 46 years.
From Sutter Creek. Mr. Christian Reider, a prominent citzen of this place,
fell into a well last Tuesday, on Werner's ranch near town, and was
drowned.....


November 13, 1880, Vol. 22, No. 9
BORN.At the Monterichard mine, Nov. 6, 1880, to Mr. and Mrs. Mat Rawl,
a so.
DIED.From Sutter Creek. A young man named Wm. Anderson, aged about 20
years, was buried here last Tuesday, from the residence of Arthur Peterson,
he having died of typhoid fever.
From The Gate. A little son of Mr. J. E. Welsh of Oneida, aged about 3
years, died on Thursday last week.


November 20, 1880, Vol. 22, No. 10
BORN.In Ione City, Nov. 15, 1880, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Vallandigham,
a son.


November 27, 1880, Vol. 22, No. 11
BORN.In San Francisco, Nov. 15, 1880, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Seguin,
twins, son and daughter
DIED.Near Jackson, Nov. 23, 1880, of small pox, Dr. Charles Boarman, a
native of Virginia, aged about 50 years.
At Aqueduct City, Nov. 19, 1880, George Holstein, a native of Illinois,
aged about 48 years.
Near Jackson, Nov. 21, 1880, Ralph, youngest son of L.G. and Mary J.
Keeney, aged 1 year, 11 months and 12 days.

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