Contributed by Susan Cherry-Boyer
Description: Births, Marriages & Deaths & MiscellaneousDate: March 15 1899
Newspaper published in: San Francisco
Page/Column: Page 10
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Vol. LXIX. San Francisco, Cal., Wednesday, March 15, 1899 No. 59.
SHARP -- In this city, March 12, the wife of Dr. James G. SHARP, of a daughter.
BERLIN - WERNER -- In this city, March 12, by Rev. Joseph WILLNER, Samuel BERLIN to Annie WERNER, both of this city.
KAUFMAN - DANHAUSER -- In this city, March 5, by Rev. M. S. LEVY, Herman KAUFMAN to Sarah DANHAUSER, both of this city.
NEWMAN - NATHAN -- In this city, March 5, by Rev. M. S. LEVY, Layo NEWMAN to Miss Florence NATHAN, both of this city
SPIGEL - ROSENTHAL -- In this city, March 12, by Rev. M. S. LEVY, Harry SPIGEL to Clara ROSENTHAL, both of this city.
STANGE - SEEBA -- In this city, March 12, by Rev. Paul BRANKE, John STANGE to Miss Henrietta SEEBA.
ANGELL -- In this city, March 14, Medary F. ANGELL, a native of Silver City, Nev., aged 30 years and 4 months.
BEGG -- At this City and County Almshouse, March 13, Mark BEGG, a native of Ireland, aged 75 years.
BOEHMER -- In this city, March 14, Catherine, beloved wife of Herman BOEHMER, and mother of George HORN, and grandmother of Ruth HORN, a native of Germany, aged 36 years, 4 months and 3 days.
BONNIA -- In this city, March 12, Giovanni BONNIA, a native of Italy, aged 37 years.
BOSE -- In San Jose, Cal., March 13, beloved wife of J. F. BOSE, and mother of Anna, Mary, Fred, Carena and Rita.
CALHOUN -- In Berkeley, March 13, William A., eldest son of the late Charles A. and C. C. CALHOUN, and brother of Mrs. E. S. HALL, Mrs. E. P. KING, Charles A. and Benjamin F. CALHOUN, a native of New York, aged 56 years. Funeral services will take place this day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. E. P. KING, corner of Dwight way and Telegraph avenue. Interment private.
COUGHLIN -- In this city, March 13, Alma Frances, infant daughter of John J. and Amelia C. COUGHLIN, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 2 months and 3 days.
DAVIS -- In this city, March 13, John J. DAVIS, beloved husband of Mrs. A. DAVID, and father of Conchita and Anita DAVIS, a native of New Orleans, aged 54 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Wednesday), at 9:15 o'clock, from his late residence, 794 Hayes street, corner Webster; thence to Notre Dame des Victoires, Bush street, where a mass will be said for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
DUJARDIN -- In this city, March 14, Frederic DUJARDIN, a native of Kent, Belgium, aged 62 years and 5 months. Notice of funeral hereafter.
FEENEY -- In this city, March 13, Milton Joseph FEENEY, dearly beloved son of Rosetta and Joseph FEENEY, a native of San Francisco, aged 11 years and 3 months.
GRUNER -- In this city, March 12, Ferdinand GRUNER, beloved son of Elizabeth GRUNER, and brother of Frank and William GRUNER and Mrs. George SCHAEFER and Mrs. William J. HERRMANN, a native of Philadelphia, aged 41 years and 19 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from Eintracht Verein Hall, Twelfth street, near Folsom, where services will be held under the auspices of Eintracht Verein. By special request of the family, a gentleman will please keep their hats on at the grave, in the interest of health. Interment, Odd Fellows Cemetery.
HOOGS -- At the City and County Hospital, March 14, Elizabeth G. HOOGS, a native of Australia, aged 41 years.
HORN -- In this city, March 12, Joseph P. HORN, a native of Massachusetts, aged 63 years.
KELLY -- In this city, March 14, Margaret E., beloved wife of L. E. KELLY, mother of William M., Winifred A. Lonsfert J. KELLY, and sister of Mrs. John HOUGHTON and Mrs. Jean CAROL, aV native of Ireland, aged 33 years. (New York and Baltimore papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday) at 8:30 o'clock, from 715 Tehama street; thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:00. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
MíMANUS -- In this city, March 13, Florence M., beloved daughter of Michael J. and Mary McMANUS, and sister of Annie, Kittie, Alice, Willie and Madeline McMANUS, a native of San Francisco, aged 14 years, 9 months and 8 days.
MANNY -- At the City and County Hospital, March 14, Margaret MANNY, a native of Missouri, aged 32 years.
REITERMAN -- In this city, March 12, Raymond L., dearly beloved son of William and Mary REITERMAN, and brother of Willie, Neil and Percy REITERMAN, a native of San Francisco, aged 3 years, 6 months and 15 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully notified that the funeral will take place this day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 7 Hickory avenue, thence to Laurel Hill.
SUAREZ -- In this city, March 13, Pedro SUAREZ, beloved father of A. SUAREZ, a native of Peru, aged 70 years.
SULLIVAN -- At Napa State Hospital, March 12, Mary SULLIVAN, a native of Massachusetts, aged 29 years.
TRACEY -- In this city, March 13, Thomas TRACEY, a native of Ireland, aged 33 years.
VANDERSLICE -- In this city, March 12, William K., beloved husband of the late Katherine, father of Janette, Hermine and Milton T. VANDERSLICE and Mrs. J. S. JOHNSON, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 75 years, 6 months and 12 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the Masonic Temple, under the auspices of Occidental Lodge, No. 22, F. and A. M. Interment, Masonic vault.
WALZ -- In this city, March 10, Gottlieb Frederick WALZ, a native of Germany, aged 56 years.
WARFIELD -- In Fruitvale, March 14, of typhoid-pneumonia of the, Albert G. WARFIELD, son of Mrs. John H. SPRING, a native of California, aged 18 years and 10 months. Funeral services and interment private.
WINTERS -- At the City and County Almshouse, March 14, Thomas WINTERS, a native of Ireland, aged 65 years.
Amanda J. FENNELL was divorced yesterday from Gerald M. FENNELL. The decree was made by Judge HUNT and marked the end of the wife's third venture upon a troubled sea of matrimony. Mrs. FENNELL was formerly Mrs. FISKE, wife of a well-known theatrical manager in Fresno. After the death of FISKE some five years ago, she married Colonel T. C. MARCEAU, who obtained a divorced from her early in 1896. In November of the same year she married FENNELL, who deserted her in July of the following year. Mrs. FENNELL sued for a divorced on the ground of desertion, and testified yesterday that her husband had never supported her. FENNELL is now in New York, and offered no opposition to his wife's suit.
Susan BACHELOR has been divorced from Lorenzo D. BACHELOR because of his infidelity.
Mary B. BANNETT was divorced yesterday from Charles S. BENNETT. The decree is on the ground of desertion.
Elise HANSON has been divorced from Francis N. HANSON because of his cruelty and failure to provide.
Actions for divorced were commenced yesterday by Anna E. McVICKER against Alex McVICKER on the ground of infidelity, by Marie BELLEGARDE against Jean BELLEGARDE on the ground of extreme cruelty, by Isabella CAMPBELL against David CAMPBELL on the ground of desertion, by Kate STOLTZ against Joseph STOLTZ on the ground of infidelity and by Carrie McLENNAN against James A. McLENNAN on the ground of desertion.
THE CITY IN BRIEF.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. --The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday: Charles RENKER, 427 Post street, 30, and Clara O. BURKE, 520 Powell street, 28; Edward G. FAULKNER, 240 Ĺ Perry street, 30, and Rose CARLAND, 27 Sanchez street, 27; Michaelis GLASER, 1015 Washington street, 30, and Zelda LEWIS, 919 McAllister street, 23; Eugene GREENLEAF, Denver, 23, and Nella D. ROBBINS, Denver, 23; Hermann SIMUND, 27 Wilder street, 26, and Louisa A. HERMAN, 27 Wilder street, 19; Eben L. BOYCE, San Francisco, 35, and Louise E. BECH, San Francisco, 28.
DEATH OF A PIONEER PRINTER.
BERKELEY, March 14. -- William A. CALHOUN, aged 56, a pioneer newspaper man of the Pacific Coast, died last night at the home of his sister, Mrs. E. P. KING, corner of Dwight way and Telegraph avenue. In the early days of San Francisco CALHOUN was the junior partner of the printing firm of CALHOUN & Son, and was later interested in various other printing enterprises. In 1868 he edited the first newspaper published in Sitka, Alaska, and for ten years was connected with the Victoria Standard. The deceased leaves two sisters, Mrs. E. S. HALL and Mrs. E. P. KING, and two brothers, C. A. and B. F. CALHOUN.
OAKLAND PIONER DEAD.
Bernard McDERMOTT Succumbs to a Stroke of Apoplexy.
OAKLAND, March 14, -- Bernard McDERMOTT, a pioneer resident of Oakland, found dead this morning in his room at 514 Eighteenth street this morning. He was partly dressed and the room was filled with illuminating gas, which was escaping from a jet in the center of the room. It is believed that while attempting to light the gas he was stricken with apoplexy and fell to the floor, where he lay until he was asphyxiated. McDERMOTT retired to his room in his usual good spirits last night, but did not appear this morning. When his family went to arouse him they found that he had expired. Deceased was 74 years of age and came to California in 1852. For twenty-two years he was engaged in the wholesale meet business in San Francisco. Of late years he had been conducting a store at Mather street and Piedmont avenue, which was destroyed by fire several weeks ago. He leaves a widow, a daughter and three sons, one of whom is in the Army at Manila. The funeral will take place Thursday morning from the Church of St. Francis de Sales, Rev. Father Sweeney officiating. McDERMOTT was a member of Keystone Lodge of United Workmen. Coroner MEHRMANN will hold an inquest on the remains to-morrow night.