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Salinas Weekly Index
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Date: March 1890

Newspaper published in: Salinas

Salinas Weekly Index
March., 1890
Salinas City, Monterey, California

March 6, 1890

Born -- HUDSON -- in Watsonville, Feb. 22, to the wife of W.G. HUDSON, a son.

Married -- WORTHINGTON-MORRIS -- at the residence of John MORRIS in Salinas City, March 2, by Justice L.B. JENKINS; R.H. WORTHINGTON and Maggie MORRIS, both of Corral de Tierra.

Died -- HARRIS -- in Salinas, March 1, of consumption, John Hinton HARRIS, aged 35 years.

Died -- HELLSE -- near Salinas, March 2, Frida, daughter of Mr.&Mrs. John HELLSE, aged 1 year, 6 months.

Died -- GRAVES -- at Oakland, March 4, Hugh GRAVES of Salinas City, aged 37 years. [Funeral will take place from the residence of J.J. CONNER, Central Avenue, at 2 oclock this afternoon. ( Conner name iffy due to damage)]

John WELTI died at Kings City on the 4th inst., and was buried in the IOOF cemetery at Salinas yesterday. The deceased was a native of Switzerland, aged 62 years.

Coast News -- George McGAUGHEY was thrown from his wagon at Santa Barbara, Saturday, and run over and killed.

Captain W.D. HALEY, a well-known journalist and Grand Army man, died in San Jose last Sunday, after a lingering illness, aged 62 years. Captain HALEYs latest venture was the Santa Margarita Times, which failing health compelled him to abandon several months ago. His death was hastened by a wound received in the war of the rebellion, which never completely healed.

Joseph TREASURE, a native of Great Britain, was admitted to citizenship Monday on the testimony of Thomas RENISON and John HARGENS.

Peter Madson NELSEN, a native of Denmark, was admitted to citizenship last Saturday on the testimony of J.P. SVENDING and Chris P. MOLLER.

March 13, 1890

Born -- LEMON -- in Salinas City, March 6, to the wife of G.B. LEMON, a son.

Born -- NESBITT -- in Salinas City, March 7, to the wife of W.J. NESBITT, a son.

Born -- DURHAM -- in Salinas City, March 11, to the wife of Bud DURHAM, a son.

March 20, 1890

Died -- COLBERT -- at the home of his mother in Castroville, March 18, of consumption, P.E. COLBERT, in the 30th year of his age.

Judge R.B. BUCKNER, City Justice of San Jose, died at his home in that city last Monday, in the 68th year of his age. He was a native of Winchester county, Kentucky, a veteran of the Mexican war and a well-known pioneer of San Jose.

Hon. Thomas H. LAINE, of San Jose, died suddenly at the gateway to his residence last Saturday evening as he was going home from his law office at the close of his work for the day. Heart failure was the cause of his death. Mr. LAINE was in the 58th year of his age. He was a native of Boone county, Missouri, and came across the plains in 1849. He was a lawyer and stood high in his profession. He was a Knight Templar, an Odd Fellow, and a member of the Christian Church. A wife and 6 children survive him. Mr. LAINE was greatly beloved in San Jose and throughout Santa Clara county. On the day of his funeral the flags on all public buildings were floated at half mast and men left their business houses and their offices to follow his body to the grave.

Mrs. F.L. WALSH has received the sad news of the death of her father, T.S. CHAPMAN, at Lewiston, Idaho, in the 73rd year of his age. He was a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, widely known and highly respected throughout California, especially in the San Joaquin valley, where many friends will regret to learn that he is dead.

March 27, 1890

Born -- MAJORS -- in Salinas City, Mar. 18, to the wife of Joseph MAJORS of Pine Canyon, a daughter.

Born -- MASCIORINI -- in Salinas, Mar. 24, to the wife of D. MASCIORINI, of Tularcitos, a daughter.

Married -- COY-DUNHAM -- at the residence of D. COY, in this city, Mar. 20, by Rev. Geo. McCORMICK; Andy COY and Miss Bessie B. DUNHAM, both of Salinas City.

Married -- SCOTT-BATES -- at the Capital Hotel, Salinas City, Mar. 24, by Judge J.K. ALEXANDER; Chas. SCOTT and Miss Belle BATES, both of Salinas City.

Died -- STREHLOW -- in Salinas City, Mar. 22, Reinhold STREHLOW, a native of Germany, aged 29 years.

Died -- FALL -- in Salinas City, Mar. 24, Mrs. Michael FALL, aged 58 years.

Died -- HOWELL -- at San Lucas, Mar. 20, M. HOWELL, native of Kingston, Ark., aged 31 years.

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