Died - Mrs. Elizabeth Starkey - 55 Died - Judge C.S. Stephens - Father of Mrs. Ambrose - 56 Died - Mr. George P. Jewett - (Mrs. Dustin's father - 57 Died - Lieut. Governor John M. Esklemann - 61 Died - Henry J. Brakeman - 62 Died - Ira Copeland of Abington and Wife - Caroline F. Reed - 64 Died - James Carter, Civil War Veteran of Lodi - 64 Died - Alice McLellan Moore - Lizzie's youngest - 70 Died - Mrs. Louisa Mohrmann of Clements - 73 Died - Mrs. Perry Breeze formerly of Clements - 73 Died - James J. Hill - Great R.R. Builder - 75 Died - Col. Mosby - Noted Leader of Bandits - Confederate - 76 Died - Miss Sarah Brown, Daughter of "John Brown of Ossawatomic" - 82 Died - James Whitcomb Riley - the Hoosier Poet - 84 Died - Charles H. Dial - 86 years old - 87 Died - Thomas M. Goldsworthy - 93 John (Jack) Reunter - 93 Died - Mrs. Ella Dial - Wife of Charles Dial - 98 Died - Grandma Snow - Mother of Mrs. Sternler - 100 Died - Althea Emslie - 100 Dear Sister Susie - 101 Died - Little Emslie Boy - 103 Admiral Geo. Dewey - 110 Died - Mrs. Louisa M. Cotton - 114 Mrs. Webb in Lodi - 117 Died - Major-General Fred - Tunston in San Antonio, Texas - 116 Died - Mrs. Susie Stoddard McGary - Wife of Walter McGary - 117 Died - Cousin Maria Hammond - Blanchard of Brockton - 120 Died - Miss Mary Norton at Pacific Grove - 122 Died - Sister Eliza Hammond - Beloved Wife of Josiah - 127 Died - Antonio Cardoza - Father of our School Principal - 127 Died - Mrs. Rebecca Athearn - Magee of Clements - 131 Died - Mrs. Anna Hansen Athearn - Wife of Frank - 133 Died - Dr. C.R. Hager - Returned Missionary from China - 138 Died - Alexander Trent - Killed by Train at Bakersfield - 144 Died - Mr. P. Knight - Uncle of C.A. Bacon - 149 Died - Rev. Sahlstrom's Brother in Portland - Oregon - 154 Died - Mrs. Elda A. Russell from burns - 158 Died - Aunt Carril Locke of Nashua, N. H - 160 Died - Albert Brown - Clerk for Mr. Ambrose - 166
Original dimensions: 23 x 36 cm.
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