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Below you will find a complilation of obituaries gathered from various newspapers throughout Shasta County and elsewhere in California. If YOU have an obituary for a Shasta County resident and would like to add to this collection or, better yet, if you want to volunteer to transcribe obituaries please contact the county coorinators.

Haigh, Edith A.
Redding Record-Searchlight, May 30, 1992

Edith Ann Haigh, 91, of Redding died Sunday, May 24, 1992, at Shasta Convalescent Hospital in Redding. No services will be conducted. Burial will be at Sunnyside Memorial Park in Long Beach.

Born Feb. 27, 1901 in Yorkshire, England, she moved to Shasta County in 1962 from Long Beach. She was a homemaker. She is survived by sons Philip of redding and Douglas of Santa Barbara; four grandchildren; and (the last sentence has been cut off)

Halcomb, Amos Monroe
Redding Record-Searchlight, Monday, May 26, 1947

Amos Monroe Halcomb, 70, native of Jackson county, Ore., died Saturday afternoon in his home at 1821 11th St. A resident here for 41 years, he was a janitor in the elementary schools.

He leaves three sons, Dan, Richard and Carrol Halcomb, all of Redding; four daughters, Mrs. George Babel, Mrs. Roy Hickey, Mrs. Henry Christensen and Miss Catherine Halcomb, all of Redding; eight grandchildren and one great-granddaughter.

He will be buried in the Redding cemetery beside his wife Ida, who died in February. Services will be held in McDoanld's chapel at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow with the Rev. James Cady officiating.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hale, J.W.
Dunsmuir News, September 22, 1900

EMIL SHERRER DIES IN ACCIDENT -- Brakeman Emil Sherrer, 22, Terre Haute, Indiana native, was instantly killed while coupling railway freight cars at Keswick Station Friday last. His remains were brought to Dunsmuir Sunday with the funeral services held at the family home. Besides the parents, Herman and Mary Sherrer, 3 brothers and 3 sisters survive. In 1888 he, his parents and family came from Grays Harbor, Washington. He had been employed by Southern Pacific about 2 years.

According to Redding Free Press, J.W. Hale, a young man, caught between two cars Saturday morning at Keswick, while showing a group of trainmen how the accident happened in which the Dunsmuir youth lost his life the previous night, died of internal injuries at Mrs. Young's Sanitorium in Redding Tuesday night.

Transcribed by D. Frazier

Halliday, Alexander
Redding Record-Searchlight, Tuesday, May 26, 1970

Alexander Halliday died Monday at his home in Burney. He was 74. He was born Sept. 24, 1895 in Scotland and served with the British forces in World War I. Before retirement, he had managed the Flamingo Motel in Vallejo. He came to Shasta County seven months ago.

Halliday leaves his widow, Mrs. Janet Halliday of Burney; a son, Kenneth Halliday of Santa Monica; three daughters, Mrs. Beth Findley of Vallejo, Mrs. Gertrude Ross of Vallejo and Mrs. Mary Sevone of San Jose; a brother Tom Halliday of Santa Monica; 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements are pending at McDonald's Burney Chapel.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Halsey, John Henry
Redding Record-Searchlight, Tuesday, April 29, 1947

ONO AREA MINER DISCOVERED DEAD

John Henry Halsey of Ono, 54, died yesterday afternoon following an apparent heart attack near Ono, according to Coroner Claude E. Whiteman. Halsey, who had just received some equipment by stage, was found beneath a tree about 25 yards away by John Branyen of Ono, who was working on a water ditch nearby.

Halsey owned a mine about four miles up the hill and was doing assessment work. He was a native of Gridley, and for a long time was a survey crew chainman in Oregon, employed by the Southern Pacific company. He was the father of John H. Halsey, Jr., of Selma, Ore.; Frank W. Halsey of Orland; and Mrs. Dorothy Costa of Corning. He also leaves two brothers, William Halsey of Weed and Jess Halsey of Medford; and one sister, Mrs. Jennie Peck of Medford.

Meininger's mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hanneman, Robert Claire
The Redding Record-Searchlight, Friday, March 3, 1989

Robert Claire Hanneman, 63, of Weaverville died Thursday at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. No services are planned.

Born June 5, 1925, in Oak Park, Ill., he moved to Trinity County in 1976 from Simi Valley. A service technician for 35 years for Sears in southern California, he was also an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by wife Genevieve; sons Robert Jr. and Richard, both of Weaverville, and William of Redding; father Claire of Paradise; brother Thomas of Lake Tahoe; and four grandchildren. Arrangements are being handled by Allen & Dahl Funeral Chapel in Redding.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Harkness, Alice Viola
Record Searchlight, Monday July 9, 1973

Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Viola Harkness of Redding are to be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday at McDonald's Redding Chapel. The Rev. Claude Porter will officate. Burial is to take place in the Redding cemetery Mrs. Harkness, a retired clerk for the Lockheed Aircraft Corp., died Friday at Mercy Hospital. She was 77.

She was born June 6, 1896 in ID and had been a 10 yr resident of the county. She was a member of the Millville Grange. Mrs. Harkness leaves her husband, Henry C. Harkness of Redding; a son Jay C. Kelly of Redding; a brother, Earl Swope of Glendale; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Silva of Shoshone, ID and Mrs Fern Anderson of Burbank; 3 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

Transcribed by Janie Edwards

Harling, Gladys Ilene
Redding (Calif.) Record-Searchlight, Thursday, August 23, 1951

SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. HARLING

Services for Mrs. Gladys Ilene Harling were held at 10 a.m. yesterday at Meininger's mortuary, the Rev. Ernest J. Troutner officiating. Burial was in Eastlawn cemetery, Sacramento, at 3:30 p.m.

She leaves her husband, Robert, Redding; her mother, Mrs. Mary Sterling, Redding; a son, Jack, Los Angeles; and three aunts, Mrs. Bella Harrison, Miami, Fla., Mrs. Artie Stevens, Sacramento, and Mrs. Ethel Collins, Roseville. Mrs. Harling was born June 29, 1899, in Redding, and for years was a nurse in the city schools. She was a member of the PTA and the University Women's club.

Casketbearers were Jackson Price, Neldon Taylor, Harold Puffer, Charles Denney, Ronald Wagner and Wilber Simons.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hatler, Florence
The Searchlight, Redding, Shasta Co., Calif., Thursday, May 12, 1927

Florence Hatler, three years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin B. Hatler of Gerber, died at the family home Tuesday morning at 1:30 o'clock and was buried yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in Red Bluff. Mrs. Maud B. Hatler of Redding, grandmother of the child, attended the funeral, as did Mr. and Mrs. S. Stickles and V. M. Hatler and family.

The Hatlers formerly lived in this city and were married here. Hatler is an employee of the Southern Pacific Company in the Gerber yards.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hawes, Henrietta (Jung)
Shasta Courier, May 14, 1909

Mrs. William Hawes Passes Away

Anderson -- Mrs. William Hawes, one of the oldest pioneer ladies of this section, passed away Thursday at the home place in Cow Creek. She leaves a widower, the deceased being his second wife, and a son, Jacob, who lived at home.

The funeral is taking place this afternoon at this town and internment to be made in the Odd Fellows cemetery.

Transcribed by Christine Klukkert

Hawes, William Henry
Redding Record-Searchlight, May 22, 1922

Pioneer Farmer Dies in Oakland - William Hawes, 86, Will be Buried in Millville Tuesday Afternoon

William Hawes(Haas), a pioneer farmer of Shasta County, passed away Saturday morning in his home in Oakland, where he had lived retired for the last ten years. The funeral will be held in Millville Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock, internment being made by the dedendent;s first wife. His second wife is buried in Anderson. His third wife, formerly Mrs. Elizabeth Hall of Redding, survives.

William Hawes was born in New York and was aged 86 years. He settled on a large farm at the mouth of Cow creek on the Sacramento river northeast of Anderson over forty years ago.

When he married about ten years ago, the pioneer left the farm in the charge of his son, Jacob. C. Hawes, and moved to Oakland, where he since had lived retired.

In addition to the widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Hawes, the pioneer leaves these sons and daughters: John Hawes, Henry Hawes, Granville Hawes, Dan Hawes, Jacob. C. Hawes, and Mrs. Alice Beatie.

Transcribed by Christine Klukkert

Hawk, Johnnie
Redding Record-Searchlight, January 7, 1950

Johnnie Hawk Dies

Johnnie Hawk, 71, of LaMoine, died this morning at the county hospital. The body is at the Johnston mortuary. Funeral arrangements are pending. He leaves a niece, Gertrude Kellar of Sawyers Bar.

Hays, Maybell Arleta
Redding Record-Searchlight, Wed., Aug. 10, 1977

Graveside services for Maybell Arleta Hays of Redding will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday at Redding Cemetery. Mrs. Hays died Monday at her home. She was 55. She was born May 1, 1922, in Redding and had been a life-long resident of Shasta County. She was a homemaker.

She leaves her husband, Tracy W., a son, Thomas L., two daughters, Mrs. Gayle M. Billings and Mrs. Kathleen J. Haller, a brother, Lewis J. Westlake, all of Redding; five sisters, Mrs. Mildred Woodfill, Mrs. Tillie Weide, Mrs. Ethel Farmer and Mrs. Betty Zehnle, all of Redding, and Mrs. Gladys Edward of San Bruno; and three grandchildren. The Rev. William Fleming will officiate at the services. McDonald's Redding Chapel is in charge of arrangements.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Head, Charles C. M.
The Redding Daily Searchlight, Thursday, January 22, 1914

JUDGE C.M. HEAD PASSES AFTER 4 YEARS' ILLNESS
Pneumonia Sets In, Complicating Case, And Notable Jurist Succumbed Wednesday at Age of 51

Pneumonia, that began a deadly attack a few days ago, was too much for the weakened constitution of Charles C. M. Head, superior judge of Shasta county, department 1, and at 8 o'clock Wednesday morning his spirit passed, following a day and night of unconsciousness. Dr. W. W. Head of Chico, a brother of the judge who arrived Tuesday evening, was never recognized.

Bright's disease that began nearly four years ago, when the jurist had just been elected to his second term by the people of Shasta county, had been persistent it its ravages, though Judge Head frequently rallied and he was frequently seen on the streets and occasionally on the bench, over which Judge J. E. Barber presided the greater part of the time. Trips to health resorts, while temporarily beneficial, in the end availed nothing. The sufferer was continually losing and for a year he was but the shadow of his former robust self. The last time he presided in court was December 10, 1913. Judge Head was the father of the juvenile court of this county. It was his particular pride and he devoted himself to it as long as health permitted. The deceased was not a fraternalist. He belonged only to the Ancient Order of Workmen. While not a church member, Judge Head was a frequent attendant at religious worship.

Judge Head was twice married. By his first wife he leaves a son and a daughter, both living in San Francisco--Harold Head and Mrs. Gladys Rasmussen. In Redding, November 17, 1897, he married Miss Alpha E. Garoutte, who is now made a widow. Judge Head's aged mother, Mrs. Margaret Head, resides in Watsonville with her daughter. The decedent leaves two brothers and four sisters: Dr. W. W. Head, Chico; Albert Head, Santa Rosa; Mrs. Thomas Elkington, San Francisco; Mrs. Jason Howard, San Francisco; Mrs. Edward Page, Dinuba, and Mrs. Alvin Finley, Watsonville.

Charles M. Head was born in Arkansas, December 6, 1862. The family came to California in 1865. His father died when Judge Head was a boy of eighteen. He was then thrown on his own resources and had to help support the family. He studied alone and finally was able to teach school. He was able to attend the Santa Rosa college, a Methodist school of the past, for only a short term. Continuing to teach school, he studied law.

Judge Head was admitted to the bar in Yolo county. In the early nineties, when everyone thought he did not have a ghost of a show, he was elected district attorney of Yolo county. In the big railroad strike of 1894 several important murder cases were an outgrowth. He prosecuted them all successfully. Retiring from the office of district attorney in Yolo county, Judge Head came to Redding and opened law offices. He formed a partnership with J. M. C. Murphey, but this was soon dissolved and for several years he practiced alone.

Judge Head was a Democrat in politics. In 1902 he was the party nominee for superior judge. He was elected and took his seat on the bench in January, 1903. The legislature that met in 1905 created a second department of the superior court, George W. Bush being appointed to the new position. Judge Head always held the second department was unnecessary, and to show that the people thought as he did he decided to run for Judge against Judge Bush in the fall election of 1906, though he had two years of his own term yet to serve. T. W. H. Shanahan and Judge Bush were both candidates against Judge Head, but he was elected. The higher courts decided that he was disqualified to succeed Judge Bush. In November, 1908, Judge Head was re-elected for a full term of six years more. This term would have expired at the last of the present year.

The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 from the Baptist church. Rev. Coates will officate and music will be furnished by a quartette.

Judge J. E. Barber, of department 2 of the superior court, pays a tribute in the following words: Judge Charles M. Head was a true and a loyal friend of all who were fortunate enought to know him in life, and he was a tried and devoted friend of Shasta county, where he had cast his fortune many years ago. His record illuminatingly speaks for itself in this regard. He loved its people, and in his death we have all sustained a personal loss. I recognized his worth shortly after I identified myself with Shasta county, when he was an active and honored member of the bar and before his elevation to the bench. He reposed confidence in me and I in him, and it was largely due to this respect we held for each other that resulted in my becoming a candidate for judge of department 2 of the superior court after its creation, and our relationship since we became colleagues upon the bench has been an honorable and a close one, each depending upon the other in the conscientious belief that the interest of the people would be safeguarded, regardless of everything and within the law. We never lost each other's confidence.

His personality was engaging and kindly, and while in the enjoyment of health he never shirked a duty--it can be truthfully said of Judge Head he was never lazy. He loved his work when he was upon the bench; he loved justice with all his heart, and his highest, indeed his only ambition, was to devote his life to its administration.

At this time I can say no more than this: His character was marked by a great courtesy and consideration which always attended him upon his discharge of his duties as a judge, always marked his relations with the bar, and earned that popular confidence which goes out to him whom the people believe to be a merciful and considerate as well as a just and impartial judge

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Headley, Harry
Redding Record-Searchlight, January 2, 1950

HARRY HEADLEY DIES

Harry Edwin Headley, 87, father of Mrs. Josephine Easley, county hospital superintendent, died this morning at Memorial hospital, where he had been a patient for six days.

Headley, a native of Columbus, Ohio, spent most of his life in the Bay area where he was an insurance agent. He came here six months ago to live with his daughter. He also leaves a nephew, Frank Headley of Lost Angeles. Services are pending at McDonald’s chapel.

Redding Record-Searchlight, January 5, 1950

Funeral services for Harry E. Headley were held yesterday at McDonald’s chapen, the Rev. William B. Richmond officiating.  Interment followed in the family lot in redding cemetery. Casket bearers were: Hugh Allen, Delbert McKinney, Lyle Craig, Bert Craig, Andy Dobis and Bud Ewing.

Heiser, Joan Marie
Redding Record Searchlight, Monday, August 21, 1972

Yreka - Funeral services for Mrs. Joan Marie Heiser, 27, of Orleans and a former resident of Yreka, were to be conducted at 2 p.m. today in the Girdner Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Heiser died Thursday night in the Humbolt Medical Center in Eureka after a short illness.

Born at Limon, Colo., on Dec. 14, 1944, she had lived in California since infancy in Grass Valley, Fall River, Woodland and several years in Yreka. She had lived at Orleans for the past three years. She leaves her husband, Larry D. or Orleans; two children, Lynn Lee Perkins and Clifford Lee Perkins both of Orleans; four stepchildren, Mrs. Patricia Peters, Mrs Debbie Naef, Douglas and Tammy Heiser, all of Orleans, her mother and stepfather, Mr. And Mrs. Beecher Songer of Orofino, Idaho, and her father, Oren Chandler of Genoa, Colo. She also leaves a sister, Mrs. Martha Schwartz of Woodland; a brother, David songer of Orofino, Idaho, a stepsister, Mrs. Barbara Schroeder of Redding; two stepbrothers, Eugene Songer of Orofino, Idaho, and Billie Songer of Burney; and her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Elmira Chandler of Cenoa, Colo.

Pastor T. R. Waterhouse of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Yreka was to officiate at the services today with burial to follow in the Evergreen Cemetery.

Transcribed by Janie Edwards

Hernandez, Sonja
Redding Record-Searchlight, May 28, 1992

Deaths – Sonja Hernandez, 63, of Lake Shastina died Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. Arrangements are pending at Mt. Shasta Memorial Chapel in Mount Shasta.

Heryford, Violet Edna
Redding Record-Searchlight, Monday, Dec. 12, 1966

Violet Edna Heryford, 87, died in a Redding rest home yesterday after a long illness. She was a retired postmistress. Mrs. Heryford was born July 6, 1879. She leaves three sons, John C. and Donald R., both of Redding, and C. M. of Alturas; and a daughter, Mrs. R. R. Hays of Redding.

Funeral services are being arranged by McDonald's Redding Chapel.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hetu, Louis P.
Redding Courier-Free Press, Monday, May 14, 1906

Louis P. Hetu, partner of Win Henderson in the American saloon on Market street, died at 12:30 o'clock Sunday at his home on South Pine street. The cause of death was tuberculosis, with which Mr. Hetu had suffered for about three months. About five months ago Mr. Hetu and Win Henderson took charge of the American saloon, which was formerly conducted by Charles Mevius. Shortly after taking charge of the place Mr. Henderson was taken ill, and on his recovery, Mr. Hetu was taken down. He has been confined to his home.

Louis Hetu was a native of Montreal aged 49 years. He had lived in Redding about four years and was well and favorably known. Mr. Hetu leaves a wife, to whom he was married seventeen years ago this month. There are no children.

The funeral was held from the family residence Monday afternoon.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hoaglen, Ethel Kate
Redding Record-Searchlight, Thursday, April 16, 1987

Memorial services for Ethel Kate Hoaglen, 84, of Fall River Mills will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Pine Grove District Cemetery in McArthur. Burial will be at Pine Grove Cemetery.

Mrs. Hoaglen died Wednesday at her home. Born April 4, 1903, in Covelo, she moved to Shasta County in 1957 from Willits. She was a homemaker. She is survived by son Earvin and daughter Carol Mitchell, both of Dana; sister Gertrude Campbell of Gridley; 11 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Arrangements are being handled by McDonald's Burney Chapel.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hoelck, Ted
Redding Record-Searchlight, Thursday, May 5, 1979

The rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at McDonald's Anderson Chapel for Ted Hoelck of Cottonwood. A Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Cottonwood. Hoelck died Wednesday at Crestwood Convalescent Hospital in Redding. He was 88.

Born April 4, 1891, in Omaha, Neb., he lived in the Cottonwood area for many years. He had worked with the architectural division of the state school system as a school building inspector. He was a World War I Army veteran. He leaves his wife, Mary of Cottonwood; five sons, Don, Ted Jr. and the Rev. Frank Hoelck, all of Nebraska, and Dean and Leeroy, both of California; and a sister, Alvena Weyl of Denver, Colo. His son will officiate at the Mass. Burial will be in Cottonwood District Cemetery.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hoff, Peter
Sausalito News, Saturday, December 6, 1902, Page 3

Death Claims Another Pioneer

PETER HOFF, a pioneer of Shasta County, died Tuesday in Redding of the infirmities of age. A peculiar incident in his life was the loss of thousands of dollars at the time of a fire many years ago in the old town of Shasta. There were no banks in the county at the time, and Hoff kept his money in coal oil cans. When fire threatened his place of business, he carried out can after can of gold dust into the street. It was stolen during the excitement of the conflagration.

Transcribed by Cathy Cowdy, Marin County, CA

Hoffman, Lewis E.
Redding Record-Searchlight, September 12, 1998

Deaths – Lewis Hoffman, 75, of Anderson died Friday at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. Arrangements are pending at Anderson’s Chapel in Anderson.

Redding Record-Searchlight, September 12, 1998
Anderson – Lewis Eugene Hoffman, 75, of Anderson died Friday, Sept. 11, 1996, at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. No services will be conducted.

Born March 12, 1923, in California, he moved to Shasta County in 1994 from Montague. He was a draftsman for Westinghouse Corp. and a World War II U.S. Army veteran.

Survivors include son Ken of Anderson; eight grandchildren; and four great- grandchildren. Arrangements are being handled by Anderson’s Chapel in Anderson

Holland, Patrick
Redding Record-Searchlight, July 10, 1927

OLD TRINITY COUNTY MINING MAN DIES IN REDDING HOSPITAL
Patrick Holland, 79, owner of Holland Mind, to be buried Tuesday

Patrick Holland, pioneer miner of Nevada and Trinity counties, who lived in Trinity county for the last fifty four years, died in this city yesterday afternoon at 5:15 o’clock. Funeral services will be in the Catholic church in this city Tuesday morning at 8:30 o’clock and interment will be in the Catholic cemetery.

Holland was a native of Ireland and was 79 years of age. He came to America when he was 18 years of age, locating in Nevada county. He remained there seven years and then went to Trinity county and engaged in mining.

He was the owner of the Holland mine on the east fork of Coffee creek. It is one of the best known mining properties in Trinity county and Holland was one of the best known miners in the county.  He had been ill for several months and last Wednesday was brought to this city to St. Caroline Hospital for treatment.

Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Kate Holland, who was with him at the time of death; a daughter, Mrs. M.D. O’Connor of San Mateo and a granddaughter, Eileen Russell of Burlingame.

Holmes, Nellie
Redding Record-Searchlight, Tuesday, August 3, 1943

Mrs. Nellie Holmes died Monday at the convalescent home at 1057 Cypress street. She had been ill for some time. Mrs. Holmes was born on Feb. 15, 1878, in Kentucky. She had resided here for the past 15 years. Home Mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements.

Redding Record-Searchlight, Wednesday, August 4, 1943

Funeral services are to be held at the chapel at Home Mortuary at 10 a.m. Friday for Mrs. Nellie E. Holmes who died this week at the Mountain View convalescent home here. The Rev. Thomas Kilpatrick is to officiate at the rites. The body is to be sent to Eastlawn at Sacramento for interment.

Mrs. Holmes leaves four sons, Viven and Alva Holmes of Redding and Carl and Everett Holmes of Stockton; and two sisters, Maggie Vogeli and Annie Keith, both of Clinton, Mo.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hootman, William F
Redding Record-Searchlight, June 2, 1976

Deaths – William F Hootman of Shingletown died Tuesday at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. He was 90. Services are pending at McDonald’s Redding Chapel.

Redding Record-Searchlight, July 3, 1976

Funeral services for William Frederic Hootman of Redding will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at McDonald’s Redding Chapel by the Rev. Roy A. Nelson.

Hootman died Tuesday at Mercy Medical Center. He was 90.  Born July 10, 1886, in Birmingham, Iowa, Hootman was a rancher in the Shingletown area for more than 50 years. He was a member of the Shasta County Farm Bureau, the Senior Citizens and the county historical society.

Hootman leaves his wife, Florence of Redding; a daughter, Emma May Stroup of Fortuna; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Burial will take place in Ogburn-Inwood Cemetery in Shingletown.  Casketbearers will be Glenn Aldridge, Bill Glines, Bob Wooten, George Murphy, Boyd Armstrong and John Shufford.

The family requests contributions be made to the Shasta-Trinity Heart Association, Box 993, Redding.

Hoyt, Werner Fletcher
Redding Record-Searchlight, Thursday, 13 Aug 1981

MOUNT SHASTA-- Dr. Werner Fletcher Hoyt, 86, of Mount Shasta died Wednesday at his home. No services will be held. His remains will be cremated. Dr. Hoyt was born May 27, 1895, in Alameda and had been in private practice in Mount Shasta for 50 years.

He is survived by sons Fletcher of Mount Shasta, and William of San Francisco; daughter Margaret of Davis; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Mount Shasta Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hufford, Solomon
Weekly Shasta Courier , 12 Nov 1892-31 Dec 1892 [published on Saturdays]

Solomon Hufford, brother of Mrs. U. R. Lord of this place, died at his home near Oak Run, Sunday, Dec. 25th, 1892, of pneumonia, after a week's illness.

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hughs, Mrs.
Shasta Courier, December 9, 1858

On the Sacramento River, Mrs. Hughs, from hemorahage of the lungs. She leaves a husband and a family of nine children to mourn her loss

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hunt, Effie
Redding Record-Searchlight, Monday, Feb. 7, 1966

Effie Hunt, an 82-year-old Central Valley resident, died at a Redding rest home yesterday.

A native of Colorado, she was born October 12, 1883. Mrs. Hunt leaves her husband, C. R. Hunt; two sons, Paul Webber of Wilmington and Wilbur Webber of Oak Run; a daughter, Louise Burdick of Central Valley; a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Van Dyke of Redding; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Funeral services are being arranged at McDonald's Redding Chapel. Interment will be in the Ogburn Cemetery (should br Fender Cemetery) in Oak Run

Transcribed by Robin Bills

Hunt, Mary C.
Anderson Valley News, 19 Mar 1910

MRS. M. C. HUNT PASSES AWAY AFTER LINGERING ILLNESS

Mrs. Mary C. Hunt, a highly respected and old resident of Anderson, passed away at her home early last Thursday morning at the age of 75 years, after an illness of months. Mrs. Hunt had lived in this county the better part of her life and had made Anderson her home for some years.

Sympathy of the entire community is extended to the bereaved relatives, and today many friends are mourning the loss of a kind neighbor, loving friend and christian woman. Never a harsh word against the pioneer lady was ever heard. Mrs. C. G. Hainline of Anderson and Mrs. Kate Music of Stockton, are daughters of the deceased.

Interment was made in the family plot in the Hunt cemetery on Oak Run, where her husband and several children are buried

Transcribed by Robin Bills

HUTCHENS, Joyce
Red Bluff Daily News, 12 Apr 2005

Joyce Hutchens, formerly of Tehama County, died Friday, April 8, 2005, in Redding. She was 92. A graveside service will be at 1 p.m. on Wednesday at Oak Hill Cemetery, Red Bluff. Allen and Dahl funeral Chapel of Anderson is handling arrangements.

Transcribed by Jeannette Harper


 

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