San Francisco Genealogy
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This is a miscellaneous collection of newspaper obituaries, funeral notices and death notices submitted by San Francisco researchers and volunteers. If an entry has a contact name, you may contact the researcher with questions about the families mentioned, but understand that they have *not* volunteered to provide copies for people. Source information for each entry is provided for your convenience so that you can obtain a photocopy on your own.

"CRABB--At Ogden, U.T., September 7, Annie Asenath, eldest daughter of Henry and Elmira S. CRABB, a native of San Francisco, aged 2 years, 3 months and 7 days. This lovely bud, so young and fair, called hence by early doom, Just came to show how sweet a flower in Paradise could bloom. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Friday) at 2 o’clock p.m. from the residence of Mr. Joseph FITZLEE, 427 Third street." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 12 Sept 1873. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CRABERCAGE--In San Francisco, Dec. 3d, Pauline CRABERCAGE, aged 19 years." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 23 March 1868. Transcribed by Betty Loose.


"CRACKBORN--In San Francisco, May 10th, Wake Bryarly, youngest son of Joseph CRACKBORN, aged 14 months." Source: Sacramento Bee, 1 May 1886. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
“CRAFTS--In San Francisco, on the night of the 10trh of May, Albert B. CRAFTS, aged about 35 years, formerly of Cherry Valley, Otrego (sic) county, N.Y. The deceased had been subject for years to fits of apoplexy and it is supposed that he fell down in one of these and perished in the street, as he was found on the morning of the 11th, quite dead, between his lodging and the City Hotel.  The deceased came to this country as a private in Company H of the 1st New York Regiment.  He was honorably discharged at the end of the war, since which time he has worked a short time in the mines and was at the time of his death employed as an inspector in the Custom House of this port.  His remains were decently interred on the 12th inst., and were followed to the grave by a large number of his former companions in arms, who thus testified the sincerity of their esteem for one who was beloved and respected for his amiable disposition and goodness of heart.”   Source:  New York Herald, 28 July1849.  Trans. By JI.


"CRAFTS--In San Francisco, on 23d Jan. Francis D. CRAFTS, aged 32 years, son of Maj. Ebenezer CRAFTS of Roxbury, Mass." Source: New York Weekly Tribune, 16 March 1850. Transcribed by John Ireland.
"CRAIG--SAN FRANCISCO DISPATCH, Mar. 25 - Mr. CRAIG, the man who committed suicide yesterday, was an old and well-known resident of Virginia City and formerly Trustee of the Alpha Mining Company. 6 months ago he left Virginia worth nearly $50,000. Yesterday, as far as is yet known, he had nothing left out of the wreck of his fortunes. Mining stock was the rock on which he foundered. He was a man universally respected for social and business integrity." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 26 March 1866. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRAIG--In this city, October 1, Benjamin, son of John and Almira CRAIG, a native of San Francisco, aged 6 years and 6 months. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his parents, 823 Market street, at 2 o'clock P.M., TO-MORROW." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 2 October 1870, page 4. Transcribed by Kimberlee Young.
"CRAIG--In this city, July 27, Peter CRAIG, a native of Coddingham, Scotland, aged 61 years. (New York City papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, to-day (Sunday) at 1 o'clock p.m. from the Masonic Temple, corner of Post and Montgomery streets." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 31 July 1881.
"CRAIG--Peter CRAIG, well-known undertaker of San Francisco, committed suicide at his residence, 931 Tyler St., yesterday, by hanging himself to a bedpost in his room. He was found by his son and partner, Alexander CRAIG. Deceased was a native of Scotland, 64y of age. He leaves a wife, and five children well-known in Healdsburg, having, not long ago, married the widow of the late banker, SMITH. Threatened bankruptcy and the absence of his wife in the East, are given as causes for the rash act. The jury attributed the deed to insanity." Source: Russian River Flag (Healdsburg, CA), 4 Aug 1881. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"CRAIG--In this city, June 7, 1942, Robert G. CRAIG, devoted husband of Ada CRAIG, and brother of Ollie and John CRAIG, and Mrs. Margaret GRIFFITH of Canada; a native of Ontario, Canada. Funeral - Chapel of J.C. O’Connor Co." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 9 June 1942, p.13. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRAIGIE--In this city, Feb. 14, 1946, Peter W., dearly beloved husband of Irene M. CRAIGIE, loving father of Irene M. WINGERTER and Robert CRAIGIE, brother of Wallace CRAIGIE and grandfather of Ynex WINGARTEN (sic); native of California. A member of Teamsters' Union, Local 85 (possibly 35), and Golden Gate Casting Club. Friends are invited to attend the funeral Monday, at 10 a.m. from White's Funeral Service Chapel, 2200 Sutter St., corner Pierce. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 17 Feb 1946. Transcribed by Mary Utschig Read
"CRAMER--Beatrice CRAMER died on February 28th in her 57th years and was given Christian burial at Olivet Memorial Park on March 3rd. She leaves to mourn her, her parent, Mr. and Mrs. William RICHARDS and her sister Betty IRVING, as well as her husband Robert CRAMER.” Source: Saint Paulus Chimes, March 1958. Transcribed by Judy Hitzeman.


"CRAMER--The 'Golden Gate' was burned to the water's edge near Manzanillo, on July 27th. She sailed from San Francisco, July 21st and had on board, when she left, 232 passengers, and a crew of 96. [Among the First Cabin passengers] the lost are: J. CRAMER, wife and infant." Source: Sonoma Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"CRAMER--In this city, November 13 of diphtheria, Otto L., beloved son of Otto L. and Louisa CRAMER, a native of San Francisco, aged 3 years, 6 months, and 18 days. **Funeral will take place this day (Saturday) at 2 o'clock from the residence of his parents 433 Seventh street. Interment Odd Fellows Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 14 Nov 1891. Transcribed by Pat Procida.
"CRANE--Dr. CRANE by Mr. TOBEY in 1853, killed in duels as reported in the San Francisco 'Telegram." Source: Sonoma County Journal (Petaluma, CA), 7 Oct 1859. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor. 
"CRANE--In New Mexico, March 29, Anna, wife of Edwin J. CRANE, formerly of Oakland." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 2 Apr 1891.
"CRANE--SAN FRANCISCO DISPATCH, May 3 - Charles CRANE, a lad 8 years of age, was drowned off Mission Creek yesterday afternoon by the upsetting of a boat." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 4 May 1865. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRANE--In this city, July 1, Henry F., infant son of Henry F. and Ellen CRANE, aged 5 months and 10 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 2 July 1875.
"CRANE--In San Francisco, May 12th, Henry Reeve, son of Erwin J. CRANE, aged 3 years, 10 months and 12 days." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 14 May 1863. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRANE--In San Francisco, Dec. 3d, James J. CRANE, aged 32 years and 10 months." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 23 March 1868. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRANE--In Freeport, L. I., September 13, 1897, John H. CRANE, a native of Charlestown, Mass., aged 75 years." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 30 September 1897, p. 3. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"CRANE--In this city, January 14, Thomas CRANE, a native of Massachusetts, aged 77 years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services this day (Friday), at 3 o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. COTTER, 2200 Devisadero street. Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 15 Jan 1892, p. 10.
"CRANERT--In this city, September 17, F. CRANERT, a native of Germany, aged 18 years, 9 months and 2 days." Source: Alta Californian, 19 Sept 1879, p. 4.
"CRANFORD--In this city, May 28, Richard Jules, infant son of Francis H. and Estella A. CRANFORD, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David V. WALSH, aged 6 months and 27 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 31 May 1890, p. 7. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"CRANGLE--In Volcano, Amador County, May 9, Wm, CRANGLE, a native of New York, aged 40 years. Friends and acquaintances and those of Mrs. Anne MOONEY, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-MORROW (Thursday) at 2 o’clock p.m. from No. 1622 Howard street." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 11 May 1881. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CRANNA--In this city, April 12, Virginia, beloved daughter of Virginia and the late William R. CRANNA, and sister of William, Stilson, Robert and Estelle CRANNA; a native of San Francisco, Cal. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Friday, April 14, at 3:30 o'clock, from the chapel of N. Gray & Co., 2196 Geary street, corner of Divisadero. Interment, Woodlawn Cemetery, by automobile." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 14 Apr 1911. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRARY--In this city, March 16, Benjamin Franklin CRARY, beloved hisband of Mary S. CRARY, and father of Mrs. Anne C. STEEVE, Agnes, Bertha and Catherine CRARY, a native of Indiana, aged 74 years, 3 months and 4 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 16 March, 1895.
"CRAVENS--In this city, June 26, Bella B. CRAVENS, beloved mother of H.H. CRAVENS, a native of Baltimore, Md., aged 53 years, 8 months and 28 days. Friends and acqaintances are respecfully invited to attend funeral services Wednesday, June 29 at 2 o'clock, at the parlors of the California Undertaking Company, 405 Powell street, near Post. Interment, I.O.O.F. Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 29 June 1904.
"CRAVIOTTO--Nino, In this city Oct. 12, 1967, Nino CRAVIOTTO, dearly beloved husband of the late Angelina CRAVIOTTO, loving father of Marie BRADA, idolized grandmother of Charlene KERLEY, Patricia ARTHUR and Bruce BRADA, father-in-law of Mary SABELLA, S[am?] BOLOGNA, and Rose BORRU[SO?]. A native of Italy, aged 74 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Saturday, Oct 12, 1967 at 9 a.m. from the Chapel of Valente, Marini, Perata & Co, 649 Green St, thence to SS Peter and Paul's Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Entombment Italian Cemetery. Rosary Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting hours until 9 p.m." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 13 October 1967, p. 46.
"CRAWFORD--In Palo Alto, Calif., Monday, June 8, 1942, Harry Ferguson CRAWFORD, husband of Frances CRAWFORD and father of Marion L. CRAWFORD, brother of Chester and Milton CRAWFORD; a native of Morgan City, LA, aged 64 years. Funeral - Tenney’s, Palo Alto. Interment, Alta Mesa Memorial Park." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 9 June 1942, p.13. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRAWFORD--John G. CRAWFORD, formerly an employee of the railroad company in Redding, and who had the difficulty some years ago with John Estes, in which several shots were fired, and Estes wounded in the arm, and was since arrested in San Francisco for the murder of BURKE, tried and sentenced to State prison for life, committed suicide by hanging at the prison February 19th. The San Francisco Post says that he appeared cheerful during the day, but by the letters left it appears that he was despondent on account of the belief that he had been deserted by the wife on whose account he had killed BURKE. CRAWFORD had charge of the photograph quarters, and took advantage of his seclusion to make arrangements for the suicide without fear of observation. He fastened a rope to a cross timber, climbed to the top of a table to adjust the noose about his neck and jumped off, the taut rope holding his body so that his feet could not touch the floor. When the officers were ready for the second lockup CRAWFORD was missed and search was instituted. When the body was found life was extinct." Source: Weekly Free Press/Republican Free Press (Redding, Shasta Co), 23 Feb 1889. Transcribed by Robin Bills.
"CRAWLEY--In this city, January 3, George W. CRAWLEY, a native of Boston, Mass., aged 60 years. [Eastern papers please copy.]" Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 4 Jan 1885, page 7. Transcribed by Kimberlee Young.


"CRAWLEY--San Francisco, May 12 - Thomas O. CRAWLEY, 11 years, 10 months and 10 days." Source: Sacramento Daily Record-Union, 13 May 1876. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRAZE--In this city, March 11, J. B. CRAZE, dearly beloved father of J. J. CRAZE, a native of St. Austell, England, aged 75 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 o'clock a. m., from the parlors of the California Undertaking Co., Geary and Stockton streets." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 13 March 1899, p. 6. Transcribed by Lee Radigan.
"CRAZE--In this city, March 11, John Bryne CRAZE, a native of England, aged 67 years." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 14 March 1899, p.12. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"CREAGH--In Oakland, September 29, 1897, Thomas, beloved son of Elizabeth and John CREAGH, and brother of Dominick and John CREAGH, a native of the city of Cork, Ireland, aged 22 years and 9 months." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 30 September 1897, p. 3. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"CREBER--In this city, Jun 18, Walter A., beloved husband of Katherine CREBER, father of Walter, Ruth, Dorothy and Arthur CREBER, son of the late Walter and Hannah CREBER, and brother of Sarah CREBER, Mrs. Val KEHRLEIN, Mrs. John MARSHELL and the late John CREBER, a native of San Francisco, aged 40 years.  A member of the San Francisco Fire Department. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from the..." {Submitter's note: Copy of obit cut short.] Source: San Francisco Examiner, 20 June 1911,  p. 4. Transcribed by Susan Quinn.
"CREDDEN--In this city, February 26th, Miss Mary CREDDEN, a native of County Fermanakh, Ireland, aged 25 years. (Boston and Lowell papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Sunday) at 3 o'clock p.m. from the residence of M. A. LAMBURTH, Potrero." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 1 March 1874.
"CREEGAN--In this city, November 26, Ellen CREEGAN, a native of Coagh, County Tyrone,Ireland. Aged 91 years, 5 mos. and 10 days. Friends are invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Friday),at 2 o'clock PM from her late residence, 543 Stevenson street." Source: San Francisco Call, 28 Nov 1879.


"CREEL--In San Francisco, March 23, 1963, Frances Watson CREEL, wife of the late Joseph Henry CREEL; daughter of the late William CALLAHAN and Rose O'HAIR WATSON; loving mother of the late Rose Helen EDWARDS HALE; sister of Mrs. Mary DAHLE and Helena E. LEES; loving grandmother of Mrs. Daniel Clay WINANS and Mrs. Thomas FRANKLIN, aunt of Philip W. DAHLE; aged 80 years. The funeral will take place Tuesday, April 2, at 8:30 a.m from the Memorial Chapels of CAREW & ENGLISH, Masonic and Golden Gate Ave., thence to St. Dominic's Church, Bush and Steiner Sts., where a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 a.m. Rosary Monday evening at 8 o"clock. Internment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 11 March 1963, p 11. Contact: Marion Kennedy mjkennedy16@aol.com

"CREIGHTON--At Big Bar, Trinity county, Jan 3d, Edward CREIGHTON, formerly of Sandwich, N. H. aged 4(illeg.) years." Source: Daily Alta California, 18 Jan 1858. Transcribed by Martha Richards.
"CREIGHTON--15 May, 1874 - F. CREIGHTON, mate of the steamer Whipple, crushed to death at San Francisco." Source: Sacramento Daily Union, 1 January 1875. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CREIGHTON--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Oct. 9 -- J. CREIGHTON, another victim of the explosion on board the Stockton boat, 'Julia,' died at St. Mary's Hospital on Sunday evening. This makes the 10th victim. The other sufferers are reported as doing well." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 10 Oct 1866. Transcribed by Dee.
"CREIGHTON--In this city, November 21 Jane, beloved wife of the late Ferdinand CREIGHTON, and mother of Charles and Mary CREIGHTON, a native of Ohio, aged 74 years 10 months and5 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 23 Nov 1897. Transcribed by Pat Procida.
"CREMORE--In San Francisco, 1[?]th inst., Annie CREMORE, aged 3 years." Source: Sacramento Bee, 18 May 1869. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRENAN--In this city, September 28, 1897, Catherine, relict of the late Michael CRENAN, and beloved mother of Mrs. A. H. WALL, Mrs. J. A. GAFFIGAN, Mrs. Kate CAREY and Michael and Henry CRENAN, a native of Queens county, Ireland, aged 60 years." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 29 September 1897, p. 3. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"CRENSHAW--Richard CRANSHAW took laudanum in San Francisco on Saturday and died yesterday, though the poison was removed from his stomach. He is the actor who, in company with Forbes another member of a theatrical troupe visiting this city 2 or 3 years ago, attacked Mr. BIVEN of the 'Argus,' for some strictures which appeared upon the company in that paper. Mr. BIVEN put the pair to flight. CRANSHAW has been frequently before the public in other positions than that of an actor." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 3 May 1864. Transcribed by Dee Sardoch.
"CREPIN--In San Francisco, Feb. 21, Mary Cecelia, beloved wife of Dr. E.A. CREPIN, mother of Mary Emilie and Louise Cecelia CREPIN; a native of Philadelphia, PA, aged 52 years, 12 days. […a former resident of this place…The funeral took place last Wednesday. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery.]" Source: The Free Lance (Hollister, San Benito Co), 25 Feb 1898. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRESSLER--DEATH OF S. O. CRESSLER--Samuel O. CRESSLER, one of the best known and most prominent men of Modoc County and Southern Oregon, passed away at San Francisco last Wednesday and his remains arrived here Saturday evening, accompanied by his wife and sister, Mrs. B. B. ROBINSON and Mrs. E. H. FETHEROLF and were laid to rest in the family plot of his father, William T. FETHEROLF , in the Masonic cemetery; the funeral being conducted Sunday afternoon under the auspices of Surprise Valley Lodge, No. 235, F. & A. M., assisted by Rev. J. Bruce WYLIE, and Charles S. BALDWIN, District Deputy Grand Master; and a large number of Masonic brethren from Lakeview and Alturas; with Charles E. CUMMINS, Ira A. DARST, Edwin GHRIST, E. R. TYERYAR, John REYNOLDS and R. H. STANLEY as pallbearers. For years the name of S. O. CRESSLER, "Sam" as he was familiarly called, was a household word in Surprise Valley, where he was practically raised. For years, he conducted a store at Lake City, Cal., and his many acts of kindness to the poor and needy endeared him to the entire community. In 1904, he moved to Lakeview and entered the banking business and for years, was Vice President of the First National Bank of Lakeview, retiring on account of ill health about four years ago. He was of a courteous, genial nature that made friends for him wherever he went. He was a man among men and commanded the high esteem and respect of all and only words of sorrow and deepest regret were expressed when the sad news reached here that he had passed away. Samuel Orrin CRESSLER was born at Red Bluff, December 7th, 1869 and died at San Francisco, April 13, 1927. He was united in marriage to Charlotte Edith PAGNELLO, May 4, 1890, at Lake City, Cal. He leaves to mourn his death, his wife; Mrs. B. B. ROBINSON, his sister; his nephews, B. C. and O. P. ROBINSON and two nieces, Louise and Mary FETHEROLF, to whom is extended the heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends. Quite a number of people were here last Sunday from Lakeview and Alturas attending the funeral of S. O. CRESSLER. Mr. and Mrs. Cressler ROBINSON and Paul ROBINSON came in from Warner Saturday to attend the funeral of their uncle, S. O. CRESSLER." Source: Surprise Valley Record (Cedarville, Modoc County, California), 27 April 1927. Transcribed by Billie Reynolds.
"CRESSY--DEATH of a THEATRICAL MAN - Captain J.D. CRESSY, well known among the older members of the theatrical profession in California, died at the hospital in San Francisco of dropsy on Saturday last, aged 68 years. In 1851 he was a proprietor of the Stockton Theater. He was stage door keeper at the Metropolitan, at the time of his death." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 3 Jan 1868. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRESSY--In this city, May 30, Louise Adeline, wife of T.S. CRESSY, aged 35 years and 9 months. [Boston and Lowell papers please copy.] Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Wednesday), at 1 1/2 o’clock p.m., from the residence, 2022 Fillmore street." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 1 June 1881. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CRESSY--Theodore S., 77." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 25 July 1914.
"CRIBER--SAD CASE - A miner named CRIBER, from Montana, was at the theater in San Francisco on Friday night, fell in with 2 sharpers, became inebriated and they started with him to take him to his lodgings at the Adams House, but on the way knocked him down and robbed him. CRIBER was severely hurt and was taken to the County Hospital where he died yesterday. It is said he had 300 ounces of gold on deposit in San Francisco and that he has 2 children at school in Benicia." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 17 Jan 1868. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRICHTON--At Highland, Santa Cruz county, October 6, James CRICHTON, aged 85 years and 15 days. Funeral to-day at 1:30 p.m. from No. 2219 Scott street. Interment private. No flowers." Source: Daily Alta California, 9 Oct 1885.
"CRIPPS--FIREMAN DIES FROM INJURIES--George CRIPPS, Who Was Run Over Saturday, Expires in a Woodland Hospital.--WINTERS (Yolo Co.), July 29 - George W. CRIPPS, fireman of the extra freight between Elmira and Esparto, who was run over by a freight car Saturday afternoon, died in the railroad hospital yesterday in San Francisco. He is survived by a wife and child, who live in Elmira, a mother in Suisun. CRIPPS was about 30 years of age and had been in the employ of the Southern Pacific about eight years. He was boarding the train while it was in motion. He lost his footing and fell under the car. He managed to draw a part of his body from beneath the car, but the trucks passed over his right shoulder, crushing him badly." Source: Sacramento Union, 30 July 1912. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRISCI, Anthony--In this city, Oct 10, 1967, Anthony CRISCI, beloved husband of Rose CRISCI, loving father of Lucille CRISCI, Joan McCLORY, Nina GATCHELI, loving brother of Tom, Maria and Ange[?] CRESCI and Nancy HOLBROOK and the late Salvatore CRESCI. Loving brother-in-law of Ann MARB[E?]OTTI. Survived by six grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A member of Occidental Lodge No. 22, F. & A.M. Scottish Rite California Bodies, 32nd Islam Shrine and the San Francisco Square Club. A native of Italy, aged 65 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 11 a.m. from the chapel of Valente, Marini, Perata & Co, 649 Green St. Services under the auspices of Occidental Lodge No. 22 F. & A.M. Interment, Italian Cemetery. Visiting hours until 9 p.m." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 13 October 1967, p. 46.
"CRITCHER--Dispatch from San Francisco, Aug. 31 -- The report that the body of Henry CRITCHER, the missing broker, had been found in the bay on the Alameda side, is incorrect." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 1 Sept 1871. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRITTENDEN--TRIAL of MRS. FAIR -- After considerable difficulty the jury in the case of the People vs. Laura D. FAIR was completed yesterday at noon. The trial takes place in the 15th District Court, San Francisco, before Judge DWINELLE. The defendant is tried on a charge of murder in shooting A.P. CRITTENDEN on the 3d of November last. District Attorney BRYNE and Alexander CAMPBELL conduct the prosecution, and Elisha COOK and Leander QUINT the defense. Following are the names of the jurors empanelled to try the case: Henry F. BEACH, wine merchant; W.D. LITCHFIELD, butcher; Hiram ROSEKRANS, hardware merchant; D.C. LITTLEFIELD, Market Superintendent; B.F. STERRITT, printer; J.F. SHAEFFER, wine merchant; Herman WENZEL, jeweler; John E. FREEMAN, bookkeeper; Asa R. WILLS, contractor; Ernest MYRISCH, wines and liquors; George MORROW, hay and grain; Thomas HOROBIN, wood and coal." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 29 Mar 1871. Transcribed by Dee.
"CRITTENDEN--DOOMED.--Laura D. FAIR is Sentenced to be hung On the 28th day of July, Proxlio. It is known to all, perhaps, by this time, those who have heard bout this famous criminal case, that the prisoner has been condemned to die on the gallows. On last Saturday, June 3rd instant, the sentence was passed. The following was the termination of the drama as reported by the San Francisco Examiner Mr. COOK, in concluding his argument during the afternoon session dwelt principally on the state of mind in which the fatal act was committed; on the doubt as to the insanity of the prisoner, the benefit of which should accrue to the prisoner; on the error of the Court in allowing testimony against the chastity of the prisoner, which could have no other effect than to prejudice the jury against her; on the misconduct of the jury in going to theatres, horse-races and other public places, where the evil of exposure was at its height. Mr. COOK dwelt at length on the disqualifications of certain men who served on the jury, especially in the case of the juror BEACH. He closed his argument at a quarter past three. Judge DWINELLE then delivered the sentence. In his preamble, he spoke of the advantages given the prisoner, of the time that had been expended to enable her to bring forward every circumstance that might aid her cause. The affidavits tending to impeach the integrity of certain jurors were also mentioned. The sentence was pronounced in the following words: "Laura D. FAIR, you are indicted by the Grand Jury of the city and county of San Francisco, for the crime of murder, in the unlawful killing of Alexander P. CRITTENDEN. That indictment was sent to this Court for trial. You were tried by honest and capable men. You were ably defended by counsel, the most eminent of our Bar. That jury pronounced you guilty. Have you and legal cause to show why the judgment of the Court should not now be pronounced?-(Pause.) As there is no response the judgment of the Court is that on Friday, the 28th day of July next, you be by the Sheriff or other officer appointed by law hung by the neck until you shall be dead, and may God have mercy upon your soul." At its conclusion, the scene in the Court-room was very affecting. Mrs. FAIR sat as pale as death, while around were weeping women, and her little daughter, with great scared eyes that looked in dismay on the scene that, fortunately for her, she did not wholly realize. Mrs. FAIR, some time after adjournment, was taken back to the prison and locked in cell 32. An appeal is taken to the Supreme Court, which tribunal will hear the arguments on the exceptions of counsel at its July term, and either confirm the judgment and sentence of the Court below, or remand the case for a new hearing. It would, of course, be improper to speculate upon the probable action of the Court of final resort, in which now rest the hopes of the condemned woman for a cancellation of the sentence she heard pronounced upon her." Source: Democratic Standard (San Luis Obispo, CA), 3 June 1871.
"CRITTENDEN--In San Francisco, Nov. 5, Alexander Parker CRITTENDEN, aged 54 years." Source: Sacramento Bee, 7 Nov 1870. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRITTENDEN--C. J. CRITTENDEN, 31, Aug. 23, Boston."  Source: New York Times, 6 Oct 1851. Transcribed by J. Ireland.
"CROAKLY--San Francisco, December 19---Cornelius CROAKLY, 71 years and 2 months." Source: Sacramento Daily Record-Union, 21 Dec 1876, p.2. Transcribed by Nancy Pratt Melton.
"CROBERT--In this city, January 26, George J., beloved son of Mary and the late James CROBERT, and brother of Josie and Theresa, a native of San Francisco, aged 28 years and 5 months. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock from his late residence, 110(3) Kansas street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 28 Jan 1895. Transcribed by John Ireland.
"CROCKER--In Melrose, Mass., Jan. 31, Eliza Temple, daughter of John H. CROCKER, of San Francisco, aged 3 years, 10 months, 19 days." Source: Sacramento Bee, 2 Feb 1870. Transcribed by Betty Loose.


"CROCKER--In San Francisco, Calif., Sept. 14, 1955, Ethel Toye CROCKER, loving wife of Col. Harrison G. CROCKER, U.S.A.F., Retired, mother of Major Gage H. CROCKER, U.S. Air Force, Falls Church, Virginia. A native of Iowa. Age 73 years. A member of Saratoga Federated Church, P.E.O. Sisterhood, and American Association of University Women. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service at the Saratoga Federated Church, Monday, September 19, 1955 at 1:00 p.m. Interment Golden Gate National Cemetery at 3:15 p.m. The Place Funeral Home Service, Los Gatos, Calif. Contributions to the Memorial Fund of the Saratoga Federated Church appreciated." Source: San Jose Mercury, 17 Sept 1955, p. 3.

"CROCKER--Marion CROCKER--Marion Phyllis CROCKER, adventurous descendant of the railroad building family that linked the American coasts in the 19th century, has died. She was 98. Miss CROCKER, who died Sunday at home in San Francisco, was the first society woman in the city to go to France in World War I to drive an ambulance, remaining with the American Field Service Committee until long after the armistice. She was the daughter of Henry J. CROCKER, a banking and oil businessman of the day, and his wife, Mary IVESCROCKER. Her grandfather, Clark CROCKER, helped build and run the Central Pacific Railroad. After World War I ended, she wrote friends: "I stood with the crowds on the Avenue Bois de Boulogne and joined the cheers as President WILSON went by." Some 30 years and another war later, she toiled at home for creation of the United Nations. Early in life she demonstrated her craving for excitement, proving it with a flight aboard a flying boat over San Francisco in 1911. The trip, she told friends, hadn't frightened her at all. The following year, she pooh-poohed the complaints of an Army officer that he had been forced to make an arduous three-day, 90-mile horseback ride by setting out to better him. She began on her father's stallion, switched to her own, then finished on a pony from the family ranch, traveling 102 miles in 14 hours. She never married. Private family services were held." Source: Marin Independent Journal, 24 Dec 1988, Sect. A, p. 4. Contact: Cathy Gowdy Marin Co., CA Genealogical Society CYLGowdy@aol.com

"CROCKER--Mrs. Mary Deming CROCKER, relict of the late Charles CROCKER, died very suddenly of apoplexy in San Francisco Sunday afternoon, at the age of 63 years…" Source: The Salinas Weekly Index, 31 Oct 1889. Transcribed by Dee.

"CROCKER--In this city, January 19, Simon CROCKER, a native of Royasen, Prussia, aged 27 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY, (Thursday), at 1 1/2 o'clock P.M., from his late residence, No. 1100 Stockton street, near Jackson." Source: San Francisco Call, 21 Jan 1875, p.4. Transcribed by Martha Richards.

"CROCKETT-- In this city, December 13, 1900, Eliza A., beloved wife of the late G. H. W. CROCKETT, a native of Canada, aged 61 years and 6 months. The funeral will take place this day (Saturday), at 9 o’clock, from her late residence, 2420A Bush street, thence to St. Dominic’s Church, corner of Steiner and Bush streets, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 o’clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Call, 15 Dec 1900. Contact: Ian Crockett  irc5@pacbell.net

"CROFT--The 'Golden Gate' was burned to the water's edge near Manzanillo, on July 27th. She sailed from San Francisco, July 21st and had on board, when she left, 232 passengers, and a crew of 96. [Among the Steerage passengers] the lost are: J. CROFT." Source: Sonoma Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"CROFT--In this city, February 28, Thomas W. CROFT, a native of England, aged 33 years." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 1 March 1895.
"CROMPTON--Martha, 20 yrs." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 4 Feb 1892, p. 7.
"CROMPTON--In Oakland, November 27, at his residence, corner of Myrtle and Twenty-fourth streets, Thomas CROMPTON, a native of England, aged 43 years, 8 months and 20 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. SUNDAY, November 30, at 1 o'clock P.M., from St. John's Episcople Church, on Grove street, between Seventh and Eighth, Oakland." Source: San Francisco Call, 28 Nov 1879. Transcribed by Gene Murray.
"CROMWELL--In this city, Sept. 15, 1945, Sallie Hall CROMWELL, loving mother of Lewis H. CROMWELL of Petaluma, Pierce E. CROMWELL, and the late Ralph H. CROMWELL; a native of St. Louis, Missouri, aged 88 years. Funeral services were held Monday Sept. 17, 1945, at Grays, Divisadero St. at Post." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 18 Sept 1945. Contact: Kathy Balestrini kbalestrini@surewest.net
"CRONIN--In this city, March 18, Alice Louise, beloved daughter of John and Ann CRONIN, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year, 6 months and 28 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Monday), at 2 o'clock p.m. from the residence of her parents, southeast corner of California and Fillmore streets." Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner, 20 Mar 1882.
"CRONIN--In this city, January 30, Charles CRONIN, beloved brother of Nellie CRONIN, and cousin of Mrs. D. O'NEIL and Robert SPRING, a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 23 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday, February 3, at 9 o'clock, from his late residence, 2319 Twenty-fourth street; thence to St. Peter's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:45 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 3 Feb 1913, p. 13. Transcribed by jch.
"CRONIN--In San Francisco, Aug. 31st, John CRONIN, a native of Ireland, aged 32 years." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 3 Sept 1866. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CRONIN--In this city, January 3, 1899, Maggie, beloved wife of John D. CRONIN, and mother of Mary CRONIN, a native of Brosna, County Kerry, Ireland, aged 32 years." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 4 Jan, 1899, p. 13.
"CRONIN--William CRONIN, an ex-soldier, was found dead in bed yesterday morning at the What Cheer House, 529 Sacramento Street. Death is thought to have been entirely natural causes. He was a native of Ireland, 57 years of age, a laborer by occupation." Source: Sacramento Bee, 15 Nov 1900. Transcribed by Sandra Bordelon.
"CRONK--In this city, March 9, Alfred Searls, beloved husband of Louisa CRONK, father of Louise and Alford CRONK, and brother of Arthur CRONK, a native of Troy, N.Y., aged 45 years. A member of Brotherhood of Teamsters No. 85, Denver Lodge, F. and A. M., and Unity Lodge No. 131, T. O. O. F. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 12 March 1907. Transcribed by Sylvia Mast.
"CROPLEY--In Oakland, October 28, Louisa Willeman, wife of S. CROPLEY, aged 20 years, 9 months and 17 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p.m. from Hotel de France, corner of Broadway and First street, Oakland." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 30 Oct 1873.
"CROSBIE--Dispatch from San Francisco, May 10 -- Annie CROSBIE, alias Salt Lake Annie, was found dead on Pacific street today." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 11 May 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"CROSBIE--SAN FRANCISCO DISPATCH, Dec. 21 - George ROBINSON, mate of the ship Young America, is indicted for manslaughter for beating Joseph CROSBIE so that he died from his injuries; bail, $7000." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 22 Dec 1864. Transcribed by Dee.
"CROSBY--Shut Home Against Widow and Husband's Dead Body -- VIRGINIA CITY (Nev.), June 7 - When Mrs. David CROSBY arrived in this city with the body of her husband, who died a few days ago in San Francisco, she found their residence locked and seized against her. An attorney advised her that the property had not belonged to her husband, but that he had long ago sold it to company from which he had later withdrawn. She was denied admittance and warned not to trespass on the place, but she paid no heed to the threats. Forcing a window she took possession and has hired lawyers to recover what she says is her property. A big legal fight is expected. CROSBY was one of the richest merchants at this place." Source: Saturday Evening Bee, 7 June 1905. Transcribed by Betty Loose.


"CROSBY--LASSEN COUNTY MAN DROWNED AT MANILA--SUSANVILLE (Lassen Co.), February 6 - The remains of Harold CROSBY, the young son of a prominent family at this place, arrived in San Francisco from the Phillippines to-day. They will probably be interred at Santa Rosa where Mrs. CROSBY, his mother, is now living. The dead boy left Susanville several years ago, enlisting in the Navy. He became a stoker and while on one of the battleships at Manila fell overboard and was drowned. His remains were not washed up for several weeks." Source: The Evening Bee (Sacramento, CA), 6 Feb 1906, Page 6. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROSBY--In San Francisco, June 20th, Mary L., wife of George CROSBY, aged 30 years." Source: Sacramento Daily Union, 22 June, 1863. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROSLEN--At Placerville, of small-pox, on the 6th inst., Mr. Jas. CROSLEN, formerly of Newport, Ky, aged 29." Source: Alta California, 12 Jan 1853. Submitted by Martha Richards.
"CROSETT--In this city, March 7, 1927 James Haven, beloved husband of Pearl L. CROSETT, father of Edward H. CROSETT, loving so of Mr. and Mrs. James F. CROSETT, devoted brother of Mrs A.D. McLEAN and Mrs J.M. DAVIS. A native of San Francisco. Age 56 years 5 months 34 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 9 March 1927, p.4. Carol Crosetti crosetti@softcom.net



"CROSS--In this city, January 24, 1893, Charles CROSS, a native of Knoxville, Napa County, aged 20 years and 3 months." Source: The Morning Call (San Francisco), 26 January 1893, page 8. Transcribed by Elaine Sturdevant.
"CROSS--Died, CROSS, Charles." Source: The Morning Call (San Francisco), 26 January 1893, page 8. Transcribed by Elaine Sturdevant.
"CROSSFIELD--In this city, January 16, 1899, Hazel Emmiline, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. CROSSFIELD, a native of San Francisco, aged 3 months and 25 days." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 18 Jan 1899. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CROTTY--Dispatch from San Francisco, Jan. 10 -- A jury was obtained today for the trial of Charles A. RUSSELL, for the murder of James CROTTY, and 1 witness, J.G. HAYDEN, testified this evening on behalf of the prosecution." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 11 Jan 1873. Transcribed by Dee.


"CROTTY--Dispatch from San Francisco, Jan. 17 -- Charles A. RUSSELL, convicted of the murder of James CROTTY, was brought before Judge DWINELLE this evening for his sentence, but his counsel moved in arrest of judgment and for a new trial, and the case was postponed till 2 o'clock p.m. next Friday." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 18 Jan 1873. Transcribed by Dee.

"CROTTY--Dispatch from San Francisco, Jan. 24 -- Charles A. RUSSELL, the murderer of James CROTTY, was sentenced by Judge DWINELLE today, to be hanged on the 21st of March next. He received the announcement of his doom with stolid indifference." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 25 Jan 1873. Transcribed by Dee.
"CROTTY--In this city, December 20, Ellen, beloved wife of John CROTTY, a native of the (Prish) of Aughmore, County Mayo, Ireland. aged 35 years. [Now York papers please copy.] Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Monday) at 2 o’clock p.m. from her late residence, Valencia street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 22 Dec 1873. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CROTTY--[On 14 Jan 1873] Charles A. RUSSELL found guilty of murder of James CROTTY, in San Francisco." Source: The Bee (Sacramento, CA), "Record of Notable Events in the State," 1 Jan 1874. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROTTY--[On 1 Aug 1873] Charles A. RUSSEL hanged at San Francisco for the murder of CROTTY." Source: The Bee (Sacramento, CA), "Record of Notable Events in the State," 1 Jan 1874. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROUNSE--In this city, June 13, 1895, Laurence L. CROUNSE, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. CROUNSE and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. PARNIER, a native of Helena, Mont. Aged 5 years 3 months and 24 days." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 14 June 1896. Transcribed by Margie Hinton.
"CROWE--Near Menlo Park, San Mateo County, March 11, Matthew CROWE, a native of Ireland, aged 74 years. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, Menlo Park." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 12 March 1907. Transcribed by Sylvia Mast.
"CROWELL--In this city, Nov. 19th, Mrs. Frances CROWELL, aged 38 years, a native of Ireland." Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner, 20 Nov 1865.
"CROWELL--[In San Francisco Jan 2] John CROWELL, Nantucket, dropsy." Source: Sacramento Transcript, 9 Jan 1851. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROWELL--M.E. CROWELL, a former route agent of Wells, Fargo & Co., died in San Francisco, Aug. 31. Mr. CROWELL was one of Wells-Fargo’s oldest employees, having been with the company for over 47 years. He was well and favorably known to a large number of our citizens." Source: The Free Lance (Hollister, San Benito Co), 9 Sept 1904. Transcribed by Dee.
"CROWELL--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Feb. 12 -- William L. CROWELL, late a member of the editorial staff of the 'Times,' died in this city [San Francisco] yesterday afternoon." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 13 Feb 1867. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc. 
"CROWELL--NEWSPAPER WRITER DEAD -- The 'Call' says: Mr. William A. CROWELL, lately employed in an editorial capacity on the staff of the 'Times' newspaper, died in San Francisco on Monday afternoon last. He was a graduate of Bowdoin College, Maine, and possessed abilities as a journalist which, had he been spared, would have given him prominence in the community. His moral character was irreproachable. He was 30 years of age at the time of his death." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 15 Feb 1867. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc. 
"CROWLEY--In Sacramento, July 9, Alice Maria, infant daughter of James and Belle CROWLEY, aged 9 months and 6 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 12 July, 1873. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CROWLEY--In this city, August 5, Annie CROWLEY, a native of Callmora, parish of Caharagh County Cork, Ireland, aged 29 years. [Skibereen papers please copy.] Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Friday), at 2:30 o'clock P.M. from St. Mary's Hospital." Source: San Francisco Morning Cal1, 7 Aug 1885. 
"CROWLEY--In Guerneville, August 9, 1935, Charles F., beloved husband of Laura T. CROWLEY, loving father of Mrs. Mildred BARNES, Edward, Lorraine, Charles, Jr. and Barbara J. CROWLEY devoted son of Peter and the late Mary CROWLEY, brother of John, Robert H. and Edward CROWLEY and Mrs. Mildred ZURN, idolized grandfather of Charles J. BARNES; a member of SF Police Dept, Widows and Orphans Aid Assn of the SF Police Dept, a native of San Francisco. Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral Tuesday at 9:45 am from the parlors of Suhr & Wieboldt, 1465 Valencia near 26th st, thence to the Church of the Epiphany, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul commencing at 10:15 am. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 11 August, 1935. Submitted by Cristine Hamm.
"CROWLEY--Cornelius H." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 28 March 1891.
"CROWLEY--In San Francisco, Feb. 13th, daughter of F. CROWLEY, aged 2 years and 5 months." Source: Sacramento Bee, 16 Feb 1869. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"CROWLEY--In this city, August 2, John F. CROWLEY, aged 1 year, 8 monts and 25 days." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 5 Aug. 1884, p. 8.
"CROWLEY--J.F. age 56." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 23 Sept 1930. Transcribed by Sylvia. 
"CROWLEY--In this city, September 6, 1935, Lieut. John P. CROWLEY, beloved husband of Angelina CROWLEY, loving father of Emmett and Jack CROWLEY, son of Peter and the late Mary CROWLEY, and brother of Robert and Edward CROWLEY, Mrs. Charles ZURN and the late Charles CROWLEY; a native of San Francisco, a member of the Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid Assn of the SFFD, Veteran's Firmens Assn of San Francisco, David Scannell Club Inc and Court San Francisco F of A. Funeral Tuesday, announcement later. Friends may call at the memorial chapels of Carew & English, Masonic at Golden Gate avenue." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 7 September 1935. Submitted by Cristine Hamm.
"CROWLEY--Kate Hayes, loving sister of Mrs Edith Helen LYON (wid of George Elmer LYON) and devoted aunt of Janet Edith AMPHLETT, Kathleen Jack, and Helen CLINTON. Entombment at Holy Cross Cem. in San Mateo." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 2 Feb 1942, p.9. Contact: Dick Weaver dkweaver00@hotmail.com
"CROWLEY--In this city, September 27, 1923, Mary, devoted wife of Peter CROWLEY, and loving mother of John, Charles, Robert, and Edward CROWLEY and Mrs. Charles ZURN, sister of Patrick, Jeremiah, Michael, Cornelius and John MURPHY and Mrs. Joseph DOLAN, a native of Millstreet, County Cork, Ireland. Remains at the home parlors of Wm O'Shaughnesay & Co 741 - 745 Valencia St, between 18th and 19th, Notices of funeral later." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 28 September 1923. Submitted by Cristine Hamm.
"CROWLEY--Died, CROWLEY, Lewis S." Source: The Morning Call (San Francisco), 26 January 1893, page 8. Transcribed by Elaine Sturdevant. 
"CROWLEY--In this city, January 24, 1893, Louis Sherman, beloved son of Chief of Police P. and Mary A. CROWLEY, a native of San Francisco. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Thursday), at 9:30 o clock A.M., from the residence of the parents, 1629 Sacramento street, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, corner O'Farrell street and Van Ness avenue, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o clock A.M. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery." Source: The Morning Call (San Francisco), 26 January 1893, page 8. Transcribed by Elaine Sturdevant.
"CROWLEY--In this city, June 16, at her residence, 25 Rincon place, Margaret, beloved wife of Timothy CROWLEY, a native of Bulgaden, County Limerick, Ireland, aged [?8] years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Sunday) at 2 o'clock p.m. from her late residence, No. 25 Rincon place." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 19 June 1881.
"CROWLEY--in this city, November 22, at the residence of her daughter Mrs. M.J. WELSH, 905 Treat avenue, Margaret, beloved wife of the late Daniel CROWLEY, and mother of Mrs. M.J. WELSH and Mrs. John McGRATH, a native of Ireland. **notice of funeral hereafter." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 23 Nov 1897. Transcribed by Pat Procida.
"CROWLEY--At Cienega, May 1, W.C. CROWLEY, a native of Chicago, aged 23 years. [Deceased came here from San Francisco but a short time ago…from consumption…The remains were interred in the IOOF cemetery at this place.]." Source: The Free Lance, (Hollister, San Benito Co.), 11 May 1894. Transcribed by Dee.
"CROWLEY--In this city, September 5, William J. CROWLEY, husband of the late Elizabeth CROWLEY, a native of Ireland, aged 68 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Thursday, September 7, at 8:30 o'clock, from McAvoy, O'Hara & Co.'s new parlors, 26` and 271 Hayes street, opposite St. Ignatius' Church; thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment private. Holy Cross Cemetery, by carriage. Please omit flowers." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 7 Sept 1905. Transcribed by jch.
"CROWNER--In Watsonville, August 19, E.A. CROWNER, aged 55 [or 65?] years 8 months and 25 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 27 Aug 1881. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"CROZIER--In this city, January 1, Harry Perryman CROZIER, a native of Grah[..?]town, Cape of Good Hope, aged 27 years. The funeral will take place this (Sunday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the International Hotel, Jackson street." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 2 Jan 1870.



"CRUDUP--CRUDUP, Mrs. Henrietta - 65 years." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 14 Sept 1901, page 6. Transcribed by Cheri A. Smith.
"CRUICKSHANK--Near Bishop, Cal., December 15, 1897, Mrs. Lydia B. CRUICKSHANK, aged 35 years and 6 months." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 22 Dec 1897, p. 13. Transcribed  by Pat Procida.
"CRUSE--In this city, January 6, 1892, William, beloved husband of Mary CRUSE, and brother of Thomas CRUSE of Helena, Mont., and Michael CRUSE of Waterbury, Conn, and father of Thomas, Mamie, William and Frank CRUSE, a native of Lissnadara, County Cavan, Ireland, aged 60 years. Friends and acqaintances are respecfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Sunday)at 8:30 a.m. from his late residence, 127 Guerrero street; thence to Mission Dolores Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a.m. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flowers." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 10 Jan 1892.
"CRUZ--In West Berkeley, November 13, Jose Domingo CRUZ, beloved son of Mrs. Pedro UNDA, a native of Chile, aged 50 years. **Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday November 16th at 9:45 o'clock, from his late residence San Pablo Avenue near University Avenue thence to St. Joseph's Church, Berkeley, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of the of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment, St. Mary's cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 14 Nov 1891. Transcribed by Pat Procida.
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