Isabell Smith1

F, b. circa 1903, d. 1990
FatherAlbert J Smith1 b. Apr 1854, d. 1943
MotherMary (Watson) Smith1 b. c 1862, d. 1944
Last Edited26 Feb 2017
     Isabell Smith was born circa 1903.1 She was the daughter of Albert J Smith and Mary (Watson) Smith.1 Isabell Smith died in 1990 at San Joaquin Co., CA.2

Citations

  1. [S2161] 15 April 1910 Records of the Bureau of the Census, unknown repository address, The 1910 census includes all fifty U.S. states and Washington D.C., as well as Military and Naval Forces, and Puerto Rico.
  2. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.

Gilda Smith1

F, b. circa 1905
FatherAlbert J Smith1 b. Apr 1854, d. 1943
MotherMary (Watson) Smith1 b. c 1862, d. 1944
Last Edited25 Feb 2017
     Gilda Smith was born circa 1905.1 She was the daughter of Albert J Smith and Mary (Watson) Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S2161] 15 April 1910 Records of the Bureau of the Census, unknown repository address, The 1910 census includes all fifty U.S. states and Washington D.C., as well as Military and Naval Forces, and Puerto Rico.

Jerry Lloyd Weese

M, b. 6 February 1939, d. 7 February 2017
Last Edited29 Jul 2017
     Jerry Lloyd Weese was born on 6 February 1939 at New Mexico.1 He died on 7 February 2017 at Groveland, Tuolumne Co, CA, at age 78; Brief Bio:

Jerry Lloyd Weese Born February 6, 1939. Jerry passed peacefully on FEBRUARY 7, 2017 the day after his 78th birthday, with his wife & daughter at his side in his home in Groveland, California.

Jerry is one of 7 children born to Donald Maxwell Weese and Esther Jones Weese who preceded him in death. Also preceding him, he has joined his older brothers Derrell Weese (Bobbie), Marvin Weese (Charlene), and his younger sisters Levonna (Trinket) DeHerrera, Mitzi Gagliardi (survived by Albert).

Jerry is survived by his wife Mary Brown-Weese of Groveland, California and his 3 daughters and 3 grandchildren. Darla Padgett-Weese, grandson Colton Jerry Padgett (Sammamish, Washington). Kendra Belfiore-Arnold, grandson Brandon Belfiore (Aurora, Colorado). Donnita Weese, granddaughter Dalene Heydon (Issaquah, Washington). He is also survived by two brothers; Neil Weese (Mary) of Cheyenne, Wyoming & Pat Weese (Dot) of Quartz Hill, California.

Jerry blessed this earth in Clayton, New Mexico. He & his family lived on a farm; grew wheat and corn, and raised cows, pigs and rode horses. He graduated from Des Moines, New Mexico High School with the Class of ‘57. He attended college in Trinidad, Colorado at Trinidad State Junior College. Joined the Navy ’58-62 while studying for his Electrical degree. After leaving the Navy, he became a father of 3 daughters and eventually left Colorado for Redwood City, California where he began his Appliance Repair career with Sears Roebuck. And a few short years later he and a partner started their own Appliance Repair business in Milpitas called Dyce Appliance Services, whose motto was “Dyce Appliance—Never a Gamble”. Many years later he chose to set out on his own and began his Appliance Repair business out of his home. Starting the business that we all know and love as Jerry’s Appliance Service.

In 1981, he met a beautiful, crafty and very organized young lady named Mary Brown. Who became his Secretary/Office Manager, his best friend, his loving wife and during his final days, his dedicated caregiver. Jerry and Mary shared 35 wonderful years together.

Jerry made many lifetime friends throughout his years in Milpitas. Many of whom he met through the Elks Club and Milpitas Rotary. Through these organizations he was always helping people… helping the community and the youth! He has made a positive difference in so many lives.

Jerry and Mary moved to Groveland in 2001, where they continued to meet and make incredible friendships. Jerry will forever be known as a man who never stopped trying to improve his golf game! He can proudly proclaim he had a hole in one at Cypress Green in 1994 and he has the trophy to prove it! And a second hole in one at Pine Mountain Lake Golf Course. He was a bonafide dancer with a smooth two-step and energetic, yet skillful Swing. He could cut the rug with the best of ‘em! And to many, Jerry was a man to the rescue when a refrigerator stopped running, an air conditioner stopped cooling, a washer stopped washing or a dryer stopped drying! He was also known as Groveland’s Kissing Bandit who knew everyone by name; three of his favorite people were “Hon”, “Sweetheart” and “Bud”. But most of all, Jerry was known by all who loved him as a loving, genuine, caring, happy, generous gentleman and friend. And to his family, he was a true role model, a loving husband, an incredible Dad/Daddy and Grandpa…. A real man with a sturdy shoulder and a gentle heart. And most of all “our Hero”!



There will be a Celebration Of Life at Pine Mountain Lake-Lake Lodge Saturday April 8th, 2 pm till……? All are welcome. Bring a potluck and your Jerry story. Beverages will be provided.1

Citations

  1. [S2863] Yosemite Highway Herald, March 2017.

William Anderson Smith

M, b. 1832, d. 1898
Last Edited3 Mar 2017
     William Anderson Smith was born in 1832 at ILL; Brief Bio:

“A Volume of Memoirs and Genealogy of Representative Citizens of Northern California”, Pages 749-750. Chicago Standard Genealogical Publishing Co. 1901.

ALFRED L. GATZMAN

When we view the extensive interests controlled by one individual we realize that the day of exclusively small undertakings is past and the era of gigantic enterprises is upon us. Alfred L. Gatzman is now extensively engaged in farming and stock-raising, having two thousand acres of splendid wheat and grazing land in Stanislaus County, seven miles southeast of Knight’s Ferry.
One of California’s native sons, he was born in Stanislaus County, on the 20th of March, 1862. His father, Thomas Gatzman, immigrated from Germany to Boston, Massachusetts, when a young man and was there married to Miss Bertie Reves. He came to California by way of the Isthmus of Panama in the year 1851 and for some time engaged in the bakery business above Sacramento, after which he removed to a good stock ranch north of Knight’s Ferry, there engaging in stock-raising for some years and subsequently took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley, Stanislaus County, where he made his home up to the time of his death, which occurred in 1888, when he was seventy years of age. His wife still survives him and is now seventy-six years of age. They had five children, three daughters and two sons.
Alfred L. Gatzman, the youngest of the family, acquired a limited education in the district schools, but in the more rigorous school of experience he has gained a practical and complete knowledge and is now one of Stanislaus county’s most enterprising, industrious and successful farmers and stock-raisers. He was married on the 16th of January, 1884, to Miss Elizabeth Emma Smith, who was born in Stanislaus County in 1857, a daughter of William A. Smith, whose birth occurred in Sangamon County, Illinois, and who came to California in 1852. While en route to this state he was married, at Fort Kearney, to Miss Sarah Ward, a daughter of Isaac Ward, a wealthy farmer of Platte County, Missouri, who emigrated to California at the time Mr. Gatzman crossed the plains and became a prominent pioneer of San Joaquin County. He spent three years in Oregon, thence removed to Shasta County, this state, and from there to Columbia in Tuolumne County. Later he took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley in Stanislaus County, near where Mrs. Gatzman now resides. He had two hundred and forty acres of land on which he made a good living. Later he removed to the hills, where he owned fifteen hundred acres of land and was engaged in the stock business, first raising sheep and later cattle and horses.
He died on the13th of February, 1898, at the age of sixty-five years, and the community mourned the loss of one of its highly respected citizens. His widow still survives him and is now in the sixty-eighth year of her age. They were the parents of thirteen children, of whom nine are still living. Mrs. Gatzman was the fourth member of this family and by her marriage she has become the mother of eight children, as follows: Lillian Alice, Flossie May, Rose Clarina, Alfred Edward, Mary Belle, Bessie Lee, Frank Raymond, and Fred Karl. In 1890 Mr. Gatzman purchased the farm in Dry Creek Valley which had formerly belonged to his wife’s father and where she was born. In now comprises part of his extensive landed possessions, for he today owns two thousand acres of fine land, which is devoted to the raising of wheat and livestock. His wife is the owner of one hundred and sixty acres of land in the foothills. Of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Mr. Gatzman is a member, belonging to Stanislaus Lodge No. 170, at Knight’s Ferry; also of Summit Lodge, No. 112, F. & A. M., at the same place; his wife holds membership in the Order of the Eastern Star. In politics he is a Republican. Having spent their entire lives in California and having long resided in Stanislaus County, Mr. and Mrs. Gatzman are widely known and their many excellencies of character have gained for them a high standing in the esteem of their many friends.
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1890
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 62.
(Masonic)
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne County.
Stated Meetings, Saturday of or next preceding Full Moon.



Isaac Ward Smith, Master,
Henry Meyer, Senior Warden,
Jerome Loney, Junior Warden,

Louis Egling, Treasurer, James Mackay,
j
Christian Wm. Hugo Solinsky, Sewetary, Ehodes Burk Randall)
Rums King Love, Tyler.

OFFICERS :

Charles Frederick Wade, Senior Beacon,
John Ernst, Junior Deacon^
William Anderson Smith, Marshal. He married Sarah "Sally" (Ward) Smith before 1852; Brief Bio:

“A Volume of Memoirs and Genealogy of Representative Citizens of Northern California”, Pages 749-750. Chicago Standard Genealogical Publishing Co. 1901.

ALFRED L. GATZMAN

When we view the extensive interests controlled by one individual we realize that the day of exclusively small undertakings is past and the era of gigantic enterprises is upon us. Alfred L. Gatzman is now extensively engaged in farming and stock-raising, having two thousand acres of splendid wheat and grazing land in Stanislaus County, seven miles southeast of Knight’s Ferry.
One of California’s native sons, he was born in Stanislaus County, on the 20th of March, 1862. His father, Thomas Gatzman, immigrated from Germany to Boston, Massachusetts, when a young man and was there married to Miss Bertie Reves. He came to California by way of the Isthmus of Panama in the year 1851 and for some time engaged in the bakery business above Sacramento, after which he removed to a good stock ranch north of Knight’s Ferry, there engaging in stock-raising for some years and subsequently took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley, Stanislaus County, where he made his home up to the time of his death, which occurred in 1888, when he was seventy years of age. His wife still survives him and is now seventy-six years of age. They had five children, three daughters and two sons.
Alfred L. Gatzman, the youngest of the family, acquired a limited education in the district schools, but in the more rigorous school of experience he has gained a practical and complete knowledge and is now one of Stanislaus county’s most enterprising, industrious and successful farmers and stock-raisers. He was married on the 16th of January, 1884, to Miss Elizabeth Emma Smith, who was born in Stanislaus County in 1857, a daughter of William A. Smith, whose birth occurred in Sangamon County, Illinois, and who came to California in 1852. While en route to this state he was married, at Fort Kearney, to Miss Sarah Ward, a daughter of Isaac Ward, a wealthy farmer of Platte County, Missouri, who emigrated to California at the time Mr. Gatzman crossed the plains and became a prominent pioneer of San Joaquin County. He spent three years in Oregon, thence removed to Shasta County, this state, and from there to Columbia in Tuolumne County. Later he took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley in Stanislaus County, near where Mrs. Gatzman now resides. He had two hundred and forty acres of land on which he made a good living. Later he removed to the hills, where he owned fifteen hundred acres of land and was engaged in the stock business, first raising sheep and later cattle and horses.
He died on the13th of February, 1898, at the age of sixty-five years, and the community mourned the loss of one of its highly respected citizens. His widow still survives him and is now in the sixty-eighth year of her age. They were the parents of thirteen children, of whom nine are still living. Mrs. Gatzman was the fourth member of this family and by her marriage she has become the mother of eight children, as follows: Lillian Alice, Flossie May, Rose Clarina, Alfred Edward, Mary Belle, Bessie Lee, Frank Raymond, and Fred Karl. In 1890 Mr. Gatzman purchased the farm in Dry Creek Valley which had formerly belonged to his wife’s father and where she was born. In now comprises part of his extensive landed possessions, for he today owns two thousand acres of fine land, which is devoted to the raising of wheat and livestock. His wife is the owner of one hundred and sixty acres of land in the foothills. Of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Mr. Gatzman is a member, belonging to Stanislaus Lodge No. 170, at Knight’s Ferry; also of Summit Lodge, No. 112, F. & A. M., at the same place; his wife holds membership in the Order of the Eastern Star. In politics he is a Republican. Having spent their entire lives in California and having long resided in Stanislaus County, Mr. and Mrs. Gatzman are widely known and their many excellencies of character have gained for them a high standing in the esteem of their many friends.
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1890
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 62.
(Masonic)
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne County.
Stated Meetings, Saturday of or next preceding Full Moon.



Isaac Ward Smith, Master,
Henry Meyer, Senior Warden,
Jerome Loney, Junior Warden,

Louis Egling, Treasurer, James Mackay,
j
Christian Wm. Hugo Solinsky, Sewetary, Ehodes Burk Randall)
Rums King Love, Tyler.

OFFICERS :

Charles Frederick Wade, Senior Beacon,
John Ernst, Junior Deacon^
William Anderson Smith, Marshal. William Anderson Smith was buried in 1898 at Chinese Camp Cemetery, Tuolumne Co., CA.1 He died in 1898 at Chinese Camp, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Family

Sarah "Sally" (Ward) Smith b. 1832, d. 1904
Child

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.

Sarah "Sally" (Ward) Smith

F, b. 1832, d. 1904
Last Edited3 Mar 2017
     Sarah "Sally" (Ward) Smith was born in 1832 at MO.1 She married William Anderson Smith before 1852; Brief Bio:

“A Volume of Memoirs and Genealogy of Representative Citizens of Northern California”, Pages 749-750. Chicago Standard Genealogical Publishing Co. 1901.

ALFRED L. GATZMAN

When we view the extensive interests controlled by one individual we realize that the day of exclusively small undertakings is past and the era of gigantic enterprises is upon us. Alfred L. Gatzman is now extensively engaged in farming and stock-raising, having two thousand acres of splendid wheat and grazing land in Stanislaus County, seven miles southeast of Knight’s Ferry.
One of California’s native sons, he was born in Stanislaus County, on the 20th of March, 1862. His father, Thomas Gatzman, immigrated from Germany to Boston, Massachusetts, when a young man and was there married to Miss Bertie Reves. He came to California by way of the Isthmus of Panama in the year 1851 and for some time engaged in the bakery business above Sacramento, after which he removed to a good stock ranch north of Knight’s Ferry, there engaging in stock-raising for some years and subsequently took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley, Stanislaus County, where he made his home up to the time of his death, which occurred in 1888, when he was seventy years of age. His wife still survives him and is now seventy-six years of age. They had five children, three daughters and two sons.
Alfred L. Gatzman, the youngest of the family, acquired a limited education in the district schools, but in the more rigorous school of experience he has gained a practical and complete knowledge and is now one of Stanislaus county’s most enterprising, industrious and successful farmers and stock-raisers. He was married on the 16th of January, 1884, to Miss Elizabeth Emma Smith, who was born in Stanislaus County in 1857, a daughter of William A. Smith, whose birth occurred in Sangamon County, Illinois, and who came to California in 1852. While en route to this state he was married, at Fort Kearney, to Miss Sarah Ward, a daughter of Isaac Ward, a wealthy farmer of Platte County, Missouri, who emigrated to California at the time Mr. Gatzman crossed the plains and became a prominent pioneer of San Joaquin County. He spent three years in Oregon, thence removed to Shasta County, this state, and from there to Columbia in Tuolumne County. Later he took up his abode in Dry Creek Valley in Stanislaus County, near where Mrs. Gatzman now resides. He had two hundred and forty acres of land on which he made a good living. Later he removed to the hills, where he owned fifteen hundred acres of land and was engaged in the stock business, first raising sheep and later cattle and horses.
He died on the13th of February, 1898, at the age of sixty-five years, and the community mourned the loss of one of its highly respected citizens. His widow still survives him and is now in the sixty-eighth year of her age. They were the parents of thirteen children, of whom nine are still living. Mrs. Gatzman was the fourth member of this family and by her marriage she has become the mother of eight children, as follows: Lillian Alice, Flossie May, Rose Clarina, Alfred Edward, Mary Belle, Bessie Lee, Frank Raymond, and Fred Karl. In 1890 Mr. Gatzman purchased the farm in Dry Creek Valley which had formerly belonged to his wife’s father and where she was born. In now comprises part of his extensive landed possessions, for he today owns two thousand acres of fine land, which is devoted to the raising of wheat and livestock. His wife is the owner of one hundred and sixty acres of land in the foothills. Of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Mr. Gatzman is a member, belonging to Stanislaus Lodge No. 170, at Knight’s Ferry; also of Summit Lodge, No. 112, F. & A. M., at the same place; his wife holds membership in the Order of the Eastern Star. In politics he is a Republican. Having spent their entire lives in California and having long resided in Stanislaus County, Mr. and Mrs. Gatzman are widely known and their many excellencies of character have gained for them a high standing in the esteem of their many friends.
- - - - -
1890
GEORGE WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 62.
(Masonic)
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne County.
Stated Meetings, Saturday of or next preceding Full Moon.



Isaac Ward Smith, Master,
Henry Meyer, Senior Warden,
Jerome Loney, Junior Warden,

Louis Egling, Treasurer, James Mackay,
j
Christian Wm. Hugo Solinsky, Sewetary, Ehodes Burk Randall)
Rums King Love, Tyler.

OFFICERS :

Charles Frederick Wade, Senior Beacon,
John Ernst, Junior Deacon^
William Anderson Smith, Marshal. Sarah "Sally" (Ward) Smith was buried in 1904 at Chinese Camp Cemetery, Tuolumne Co., CA.1 She died in 1904 at Chinese Camp, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Family

William Anderson Smith b. 1832, d. 1898
Child

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.

Bill Manville

M, b. circa 1927, d. 14 February 2017
Last Edited7 Apr 2017
     Bill Manville was born circa 1927.1 He died on 14 February 2017 at Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Citations

  1. [S2864] Union Democrat, Feb 27, 2017.

Michael J. Bozzo

M, b. 20 February 1938, d. 23 April 2016
Last Edited29 Jul 2017
     Michael J. Bozzo was born on 20 February 1938 at San Jose, CA.1 He died on 23 April 2016 at Groveland, Tuolumne Co., CA, at age 78.1

Citations

  1. [S2865] Union Democrat, May 13 2016.

Miranda (Moore) Argall

F, b. 1860, d. circa 22 May 1889
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Miranda (Moore) Argall was born in 1860 at Utah.1 She married Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall, son of Elizabeth (Langworthy) Argall, on 11 June 1886 at Silver Bow, Montana. Miranda (Moore) Argall died circa 22 May 1889 at Montana.1

Family

Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
Children

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S2170] 1 June 1900 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C., National Archives and Records Administration.
  3. [S8] SSDI.

Elgin Argall1

M, b. 1 May 1889, d. 1940
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherMiranda (Moore) Argall1 b. 1860, d. c 22 May 1889
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Elgin Argall was born on 1 May 1889 at Montana.1 He was the son of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Miranda (Moore) Argall.1 Elgin Argall died in 1940 at Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Citations

  1. [S8] SSDI.

Walter James Argall1

M, b. 3 July 1911, d. 1982
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherEdna (Coyle) Argall1 b. 22 Mar 1889, d. 13 Jun 1963
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Walter James Argall was born on 3 July 1911 at CA.1 He was the son of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Edna (Coyle) Argall.1 Walter James Argall died in 1982 at Merced, CA.1
     He witnessed the death of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall on 22 September 1944 at Madera, Madera Co., California.2,3,1

Citations

  1. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.
  2. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, Death Registration, Mariposa Co., Henry Argall Died in Madera Co. Hospital, Madera after a length of stay of one day. Burial in Mariposa Cemetery. State of California, Madera Co. Certification of Vital Record District 2050, Registrar's No. 97. Cause of Death: Arterioscerosis.
  3. [S1041] Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944, Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944:
    Harry L. Argall, 87, Prominent County Miner, Taken by Death
    Services were held at the Tiscornia, Ivers and Alcorn funeral chapel in Mariposa Monday afternoon at four o'clock for Henry (Harry) L. Argall, 87, of Cathey's Valley, who died at the Madera hospital on Friday morning of last week. The services were conducted by Rev. Harold Coleman, pastor of the Mariposa Methodist Church. Interment was in the Mariposa public cemetery. Mr. Argall was a native of New Jersey but came to California when a young man. He was a resident of Coulterville when that town was a thriving gold mining center in the 90's. He also operated mines in the Groveland and Red Cloud districts. Several years ago he and his family moved to Mariposa to reside in order that the children would have the advantages of schools. Later they moved to Cathey's Valley where he and Mrs. Argall conducted a store and the post office the past several years. Mr. Argall was a good friend, a staunch citizen and a friendly neighbor. He had a wide circle of friends throughout the state who will mourn his passing after a useful life of four score and seven years. Surviving beside the widow are three sons, , Walter J. Argall with the U. S. Army in San Francisco, Francis Argall of Los Angeles and Homer Argall of Modesto; one daughter, Mrs Edna M. Day of Fresno and a brother, Frank L. Argall of Fresno.

Edna M. Argall1

F, b. 19 June 1915, d. 2009
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherEdna (Coyle) Argall1 b. 22 Mar 1889, d. 13 Jun 1963
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Edna M. Argall was born on 19 June 1915.1 She was the daughter of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Edna (Coyle) Argall.1 Edna M. Argall died in 2009 at Fresno Co., CA.
     She witnessed the death of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall on 22 September 1944 at Madera, Madera Co., California.2,3,4

Citations

  1. [S1] CA Birth Index 1905-1995.
  2. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, Death Registration, Mariposa Co., Henry Argall Died in Madera Co. Hospital, Madera after a length of stay of one day. Burial in Mariposa Cemetery. State of California, Madera Co. Certification of Vital Record District 2050, Registrar's No. 97. Cause of Death: Arterioscerosis.
  3. [S1041] Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944, Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944:
    Harry L. Argall, 87, Prominent County Miner, Taken by Death
    Services were held at the Tiscornia, Ivers and Alcorn funeral chapel in Mariposa Monday afternoon at four o'clock for Henry (Harry) L. Argall, 87, of Cathey's Valley, who died at the Madera hospital on Friday morning of last week. The services were conducted by Rev. Harold Coleman, pastor of the Mariposa Methodist Church. Interment was in the Mariposa public cemetery. Mr. Argall was a native of New Jersey but came to California when a young man. He was a resident of Coulterville when that town was a thriving gold mining center in the 90's. He also operated mines in the Groveland and Red Cloud districts. Several years ago he and his family moved to Mariposa to reside in order that the children would have the advantages of schools. Later they moved to Cathey's Valley where he and Mrs. Argall conducted a store and the post office the past several years. Mr. Argall was a good friend, a staunch citizen and a friendly neighbor. He had a wide circle of friends throughout the state who will mourn his passing after a useful life of four score and seven years. Surviving beside the widow are three sons, , Walter J. Argall with the U. S. Army in San Francisco, Francis Argall of Los Angeles and Homer Argall of Modesto; one daughter, Mrs Edna M. Day of Fresno and a brother, Frank L. Argall of Fresno.
  4. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.

Homer Lloyd Argall1

M, b. 24 November 1917, d. 1979
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherEdna (Coyle) Argall1 b. 22 Mar 1889, d. 13 Jun 1963
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Homer Lloyd Argall was born on 24 November 1917.1 He was the son of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Edna (Coyle) Argall.1 Homer Lloyd Argall died in 1979 at TX.2
     He was New Tag. He witnessed the death of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall on 22 September 1944 at Madera, Madera Co., California.3,4,5

Citations

  1. [S1] CA Birth Index 1905-1995.
  2. [S8] SSDI.
  3. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, Death Registration, Mariposa Co., Henry Argall Died in Madera Co. Hospital, Madera after a length of stay of one day. Burial in Mariposa Cemetery. State of California, Madera Co. Certification of Vital Record District 2050, Registrar's No. 97. Cause of Death: Arterioscerosis.
  4. [S1041] Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944, Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944:
    Harry L. Argall, 87, Prominent County Miner, Taken by Death
    Services were held at the Tiscornia, Ivers and Alcorn funeral chapel in Mariposa Monday afternoon at four o'clock for Henry (Harry) L. Argall, 87, of Cathey's Valley, who died at the Madera hospital on Friday morning of last week. The services were conducted by Rev. Harold Coleman, pastor of the Mariposa Methodist Church. Interment was in the Mariposa public cemetery. Mr. Argall was a native of New Jersey but came to California when a young man. He was a resident of Coulterville when that town was a thriving gold mining center in the 90's. He also operated mines in the Groveland and Red Cloud districts. Several years ago he and his family moved to Mariposa to reside in order that the children would have the advantages of schools. Later they moved to Cathey's Valley where he and Mrs. Argall conducted a store and the post office the past several years. Mr. Argall was a good friend, a staunch citizen and a friendly neighbor. He had a wide circle of friends throughout the state who will mourn his passing after a useful life of four score and seven years. Surviving beside the widow are three sons, , Walter J. Argall with the U. S. Army in San Francisco, Francis Argall of Los Angeles and Homer Argall of Modesto; one daughter, Mrs Edna M. Day of Fresno and a brother, Frank L. Argall of Fresno.
  5. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.

Francis Henry Argall1

M, b. 27 April 1913, d. 12 June 1985
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherEdna (Coyle) Argall1 b. 22 Mar 1889, d. 13 Jun 1963
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Francis Henry Argall was born on 27 April 1913 at CA.1 He was the son of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Edna (Coyle) Argall.1 Francis Henry Argall died on 12 June 1985 at Fresno Co., CA, at age 72.1
     He witnessed the death of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall on 22 September 1944 at Madera, Madera Co., California.2,3,1

Citations

  1. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.
  2. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, Death Registration, Mariposa Co., Henry Argall Died in Madera Co. Hospital, Madera after a length of stay of one day. Burial in Mariposa Cemetery. State of California, Madera Co. Certification of Vital Record District 2050, Registrar's No. 97. Cause of Death: Arterioscerosis.
  3. [S1041] Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944, Mariposa Gazette, September 28, 1944:
    Harry L. Argall, 87, Prominent County Miner, Taken by Death
    Services were held at the Tiscornia, Ivers and Alcorn funeral chapel in Mariposa Monday afternoon at four o'clock for Henry (Harry) L. Argall, 87, of Cathey's Valley, who died at the Madera hospital on Friday morning of last week. The services were conducted by Rev. Harold Coleman, pastor of the Mariposa Methodist Church. Interment was in the Mariposa public cemetery. Mr. Argall was a native of New Jersey but came to California when a young man. He was a resident of Coulterville when that town was a thriving gold mining center in the 90's. He also operated mines in the Groveland and Red Cloud districts. Several years ago he and his family moved to Mariposa to reside in order that the children would have the advantages of schools. Later they moved to Cathey's Valley where he and Mrs. Argall conducted a store and the post office the past several years. Mr. Argall was a good friend, a staunch citizen and a friendly neighbor. He had a wide circle of friends throughout the state who will mourn his passing after a useful life of four score and seven years. Surviving beside the widow are three sons, , Walter J. Argall with the U. S. Army in San Francisco, Francis Argall of Los Angeles and Homer Argall of Modesto; one daughter, Mrs Edna M. Day of Fresno and a brother, Frank L. Argall of Fresno.

Francis L. Argall1

M, b. circa 1848, d. 1945
MotherElizabeth (Langworthy) Argall b. c 1819, d. 1897
Last Edited5 Mar 2017
     Francis L. Argall was born circa 1848 at Eng.1 He was the son of Elizabeth (Langworthy) Argall. Francis L. Argall died in 1945 at Santa Cruz Co., CA.2

Citations

  1. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, In the 1880 US Census of Almaden, CA. he is listed: Census Place:Almaden, Santa Clara, California Source:FHL Film 1254082 National Archives Film T9-0082 Page 358B
    Francis L. ARGALLSelfMSW32ENG Occ:MinerFa: ENGMo: ENG
    Elizabeth ARGALLMotherFWW59ENG Occ:Keeping HouseFa: ENGMo: ENG
    Henry ARGALLBrotherMSW20ENG Occ:MinerFa: ENGMo: ENG
    John. ARGALLBrotherMSW15ENG Occ:At SchoolFa: ENGMo: ENG.
  2. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.

John Argall

M, b. circa 1865
MotherElizabeth (Langworthy) Argall b. c 1819, d. 1897
Last Edited16 Jan 2019
     John Argall was born circa 1865 at England.1 He was the son of Elizabeth (Langworthy) Argall.

Citations

  1. [S18] Letter, Carol-Anne Tucker Watt to Tuolumne Co. Genealogical Society, 1995, In the 1880 US Census of Almaden, CA. he is listed: Census Place:Almaden, Santa Clara, California Source:FHL Film 1254082 National Archives Film T9-0082 Page 358B
    Francis L. ARGALLSelfMSW32ENG Occ:MinerFa: ENGMo: ENG
    Elizabeth ARGALLMotherFWW59ENG Occ:Keeping HouseFa: ENGMo: ENG
    Henry ARGALLBrotherMSW20ENG Occ:MinerFa: ENGMo: ENG
    John. ARGALLBrotherMSW15ENG Occ:At SchoolFa: ENGMo: ENG.

John W. Argall1

M, b. circa 1887, d. 1937
FatherHenry Tonkin Langworthy Argall1 b. 9 Sep 1857, d. 22 Sep 1944
MotherMiranda (Moore) Argall1 b. 1860, d. c 22 May 1889
Last Edited16 Jan 2019
     John W. Argall was born circa 1887 at Montana.1 He was the son of Henry Tonkin Langworthy Argall and Miranda (Moore) Argall.1 John W. Argall married Anne Laurie Fenton circa 1935; Guesstimate. John W. Argall died in 1937 at Tuolumne Co., CA.2 He was buried; Obit indicates Divide Cemetery.3

Family

Anne Laurie Fenton b. 28 May 1916, d. 16 May 2002

Citations

  1. [S2170] 1 June 1900 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C., National Archives and Records Administration.
  2. [S335] California Dept of Health & Welfare, 1905-2000.
  3. [S234] Karen Davis, "Karen Davis Research."

Janet E. (Alford) Olson

F, b. 1938, d. 29 November 2016
Last Edited29 Jul 2017
     Janet E. (Alford) Olson was born in 1938 at Oxnard, CA.1 She died on 29 November 2016 at Groveland, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Citations

  1. [S2867] PML News, Jan 2017.

Harriet Wallace

F, b. circa 1926, d. December 2016
Last Edited7 Mar 2017
     Harriet Wallace was born circa 1926.1 She died in December 2016 at Groveland, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Citations

  1. [S1754] The Union Democrat, 26 Jan 2012.

Dorothy Helen (Ming) Green

F, b. 27 February 1928, d. 8 December 2016
Last Edited29 Jul 2017
     Dorothy Helen (Ming) Green married Harold Green.1 Dorothy Helen (Ming) Green was born on 27 February 1928 at Brawley, CA.1 She died on 8 December 2016 at Sonora, Tuolumne Co., CA, at age 88.1

Family

Harold Green d. b Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S2868] PML News, Jan 2017.

Harold Green

M, d. before December 2016
Last Edited7 Mar 2017
     Harold Green married Dorothy Helen (Ming) Green.1 Harold Green died before December 2016.1

Family

Dorothy Helen (Ming) Green b. 27 Feb 1928, d. 8 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S2868] PML News, Jan 2017.

Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook

F, b. 1821, d. 1907
Bur-RevD
Last Edited8 Mar 2017
     Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook was born in 1821 at VT.1 She married William Paul Cook in 1842 at VT; Vermont Vital Records

Name:     Myra C Lamb
Gender:     Female
Marriage Date:     16 Jun 1842
Marriage Place:     St. Albans City, Vermont, USA
Card Type:     Bride
Spouse Name:     William P Cook.1 Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook died in 1907 at Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne Co., CA.1 She was buried at Divide Cemetery, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Family

William Paul Cook b. 1817, d. 1896
Child

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.

William Paul Cook

M, b. 1817, d. 1896
Bur-RevD
Last Edited8 Mar 2017
     William Paul Cook was born in 1817 at NH.1 He married Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook in 1842 at VT; Vermont Vital Records

Name:     Myra C Lamb
Gender:     Female
Marriage Date:     16 Jun 1842
Marriage Place:     St. Albans City, Vermont, USA
Card Type:     Bride
Spouse Name:     William P Cook.1 William Paul Cook died in 1896.1 He was buried at Divide Cemetery, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., CA.1

Family

Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook b. 1821, d. 1907
Child

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.

Caroline (Cook) Davis

F, b. 1850, d. 2 January 1928
FatherWilliam Paul Cook1 b. 1817, d. 1896
MotherMyra Califta (Lamb) Cook1 b. 1821, d. 1907
Bur-RevD
Last Edited7 Dec 2017
     Caroline (Cook) Davis was born in 1850 at Canada.1,2 She was the daughter of William Paul Cook and Myra Califta (Lamb) Cook.1 Caroline (Cook) Davis married Rancil Faye Davis between 1880 and 1888; pr/census & birth of daughter. Caroline (Cook) Davis died on 2 January 1928 at Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne Co., CA.3,1 She was buried after 2 January 1928 at Divide Cemetery 5:224, Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne Co., California.4
     Caroline (Cook) Davis was also known as Caroline Jeanne Cook.1 Her married name was Carolyn Jeanne (Cook) Davis. Caroline (Cook) Davis was also known as Caroline J. Cook.5,1

Family

Rancil Faye Davis b. 1832, d. 5 Apr 1909
Child

Citations

  1. [S669] Find A Grave, online www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S36] Collected Monumental Inscriptions Cemetery Survey, Oak Grove Cemetery District, Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum, GYGM History Resource Center, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., California, 95321.
  3. [S36] Collected Monumental Inscriptions Cemetery Survey, Oak Grove Cemetery District, Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum, GYGM History Resource Center, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., California, 95321, Divide Cemetery 5:224 Caroline J. Davis 1860-1928 Canada.
  4. [S36] Collected Monumental Inscriptions Cemetery Survey, Oak Grove Cemetery District, Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum, GYGM History Resource Center, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., California, 95321, Divide Cemetery 5:224 Caroline J. Davis 1850 - 1928 Canada Boone Stone.
  5. [S36] Collected Monumental Inscriptions Cemetery Survey, Oak Grove Cemetery District, Groveland Yosemite Gateway Museum, GYGM History Resource Center, Groveland, Tuolumne Co., California, 95321, Divide Cemetery 5:226 Helen L. Becker 1887 - 1962 - daughter of Caroline and Rancel Davis.

Neal Sinclair

M, b. circa 1880, d. after 1970
Last Edited3 Apr 2018
     Neal Sinclair was born circa 1880 at MICH. He married Mrs. Ida May Sinclair before 1913; Guesstimate. Neal Sinclair died after 1970; Guesstimate.
     He was New Tag.

Family

Mrs. Ida May Sinclair b. b 1908, d. b 1940
Child