San Francisco Genealogy
Obituaries and Death Notices
Pg - Pl


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.

"PHELAN--In San Francisco, May 13th, Andrew PHELAN, aged 40 years." Source: Sacramento Daily Union, 15 May 1865. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"PHELAN--In this city, November 21st, James Joseph, son of Patrick and the late Sarah PHELAN, aged 4 years, 6 months and 14 days." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 22 Nov 1873.
"PHELAN--Joseph P." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 1 Apr 1891.
"PHELAN--In this city, March 13, Michael M. PHELAN, a native of Ireland, aged 70 years." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 14 March, 1895.
"PHELAN--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Jan. 14 -- Michael PHELAN, an old merchant of this city [San Francisco], formerly of the firm of J.&M. Phelan, died at his residence at Fordham, Westchester county, New York, on the 19th ult., in the 47th year of age. Deceased arrived in San Francisco in April, 1848." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 15 Jan 1867. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc. 
"PHELPS--DISPATCH from San Francisco, Jan. 31 -- Soon after 6 o'clock this evening Lorenzo A. PHELPS, who has been making trouble from time to time by purchasing car tickets at wholesale and retailing them on the cars at less than cost, shot himself through the body and then through the head, killing himself instantly and setting his clothing on fire. The suicide occurred at his house on the Potrero near the deep railroad cut. He had recently been in the Insane Asylum and was undoubtedly insane when he committed the act. He leaves a widow and several children." Source: Stockton Daily Independent (Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA), 1 Feb 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"PHILIPS--40, Aug. 26, Boston."  Source: New York Times, 6 Oct 1851. Transcribed by J. Ireland
"PHILLIPS--In this city, Sept. 29, Annie, only daughter of James PHILLIPS, aged 5 years and 2 months. Friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sunday) at 2 o'clock P.M., from 246 Fourth street." Source: Daily Morning Call (San Francisco), 2 Oct 1870, page 4. Transcribed by Kimberlee Young.
"PHILLIPS--In Colma, January 6, 1899, John PHILLIPS, a native of Rhode Island, aged 68 years." Source: San Francisco Bulletin, 7 Jan 1899.
"PHILLIPS--The man who was killed by falling under the wheels of a sand car on Market street was named Edward C. PHILLIPS. His name has been erroneously published John C. PHILLIPS. He was 31 years of age, a native of Ireland, and had served 2 years in California Volunteers." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 18 July 1867. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc. 
"PHILLIPS--In San Francisco, Oct. 29, Mae, beloved wife of Dr. F.H. PHILLIPS, a native of Massachusetts. [Death of Mrs. F.H. PHILLIPS -- …a former resident of this place…she was admitted to the Women’s Hospital, where an operation was performed on Friday, which resulted in her death the following Sunday…a person of many admirable qualities, kind and considerate to all…two little daughters, Helen and Daphney, who are left…a husband who will miss the council and companionship of a devoted wife. An aged mother also mourns the loss of a loving daughter…The last sad rites to the departed woman were observed last Tuesday by sorrowing relatives and friends in San Francisco, where the remains were cremated. Peace to her ashes.]" Source: The Free Lance (Hollister, San Benito Co), 3 Nov 1905. Transcribed by Dee.
"PHILLIPS--In Alameda, July 7, Margaret, beloved wife of John PHILLIPS and mother of John, Emmett, Owen, Grattan and Jennings PHILLIPS and Mrs. W.L. WILLIAMSON; a native of Ireland, aged 62 years. (Baltimore, Chicago and St. Louis papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Saturday) at 9 o'clock a.m. from the parlors of Carew & English, 20 Van Ness avenue; thence to St. Francis' Church, corner of Vallejo street and Montgomery avenue, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a.m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 8 July, 1904, page 6.
"PHILLIPS--In Napa City, February 14, Sarah M. PHILLIPS, wife of William J. PHILLIPS and daughter of the late Rev. George E. DAVIS, aged 32 years, 5 months and 7 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Sunday at 1 o'clock, from Pilgrim Paptist [sic.] Church (Grand Central Hall) corner of Sixth and Market streets, San Francisco." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 17 Feb 1884, p. 7. Transcribed by Evalou.
"PHILLIPS--In this city, March 4, Sophia M. PHILLIPS, a native of New York, aged 79 years, 7 months and 7 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 5 March 1895.
"PHILLIPS--SUDDEN DEATH -- The 'Bulletin' of Saturday evening states that Thomas PHILLIPS died suddenly in his room on Broadway, near Davis street, last Friday. The deceased was a single man, 58 years of age, and has been employed as a fireman on one of the Stockton boats. The body was removed to the morgue. We are informed that deceased was at one time on the Sacramento boats, but not on the line between San Francisco and Stockton. During late years he owned a horse and cart and made a living by jobbing in San Francisco." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 18 Nov 1872. Transcribed by Nancy Phillips.
"PHILLIPS--In Sacramento, Aug. 8th, Willie, son of Henry and Mary E. PHILLIPS, aged 1 year, 11 months and 4 days." Source: Daily Alta California, 11 Aug 1863, p. 6.
"PHILPOTT--In this city, March 11, Addison, dearly beloved husband of Ellen PHILPOTT, and father of Henry, Daniel and Martin PHILPOTT and the late Mrs. J. T. DAILEY, a native of Springfield, Ill., aged 61.years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Monday), at 9: 30 o'clock, from his late residence, 1904 McAllister street; thence to Holy Cross Church, Eddy street, near Scott, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his sole, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 12 March 1899, p. 30. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"PHILPOTT--In this city, March 11, Addison, dearly beloved husband of Ellen PHILPOTT, and father of Henry, Daniel and Martin PHILPOTT and the late Mrs. J. T. DAILEY, a native of Springfield, Ill., aged 61.years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Monday), at 9: 30 o'clock, from his late residence, 1904 McAllister street; thence to Holy Cross Church, Eddy street, near Scott, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his sole, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 13 March 1899, p.9. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"PHILPOTT--ADDISON A. PHILPOTT DEAD. -- Addison A. PHILPOTT, for ten years a special officer on Market street, died of paralysis yesterday at his residence, 1904 McAllister street. He was born in Springfield, Ill. sixty-one years ago and came to California in 1853, settling in Napa county. He came to San Francisco in 1881 and later was appointed to the regular police force. He held this position for three years, when he resigned to take a position as special. He was a member of the Widows and Orphans' Aid Association of the Police Department. A widow and three sons survive him. The funeral will be held to-morrow at 9:30 o'clock." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 12 March 1899, p. 30. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"PICETTI--In this city, June 14, Federico PICETTI, a native of Italy, aged 33 years." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 18 June 1902, page 6.
"PICHOIR--Henry PICHOIR Dead.-- San Francisco, Oct. 24 - Henry PICHOIR, who was stricken with paralysis several days ago, died this afternoon at 1 o'clock. PICHOIR was one of the best mining men in this city. He was the secretary of the North Bloomfield and several other large companies. Deceased was a prominent member of the Pacific Union Club. He was 62 years of age." Source: Los Angeles Times, 25 Oct 1898. Transcribed by Colleen Norby.
"PICKERING--Mrs. PICKERING, wife of the senior partner of the 'Call', died in San Francisco last week." Source: Russian River Flag (Healdsburg, CA), 26 June 1879. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"PICKET--In Floresville, Texas, August 2, 1878, Anabel H. PICKET, aged 20 years." Source: Alta California, 7 Aug 1878. Transcribed by Colleen Norby.
"PICO--Fom our San Francisco exchanges we learn that Don Antonio Maria PICO, one of the Mexican notabilities whose name occupies a conspicuous position in the early history of California, died at San Jose of inflammation of the lungs on Sunday last. When California was under the Mexican Government the deceased held the position of Alcalde of San Jose for many years. He was also a member of the Territoral Legislature, Captain of its militia, and took an active part in the fighting that was done before California came into possession of the United States. Under the new regime he became Prefect of Santa Clara, was a member of the State Constitutional Convention in 1849, a Presidential Elector in 1860, and Receiver of the Land Office for the Southern District in 1861. The deceased was related by marriage to nearly all the leading native Californian families whose names are mentioned in the early history of the State. He was about sixty-two years of age, and leaves rather a large family." Source: San Luis Obispo Pioneer, 22 May 1869, Vol. 2 # 21. Transcribed by Jackie Lamorie.
"PIDWELL--In San Francisco, May 21, Ernest PIDWELL, infant son of C.J. and Susan PIDWELL." Source: Sacramento Bee, 23 May, 1874. Transcribed by Sandra Bordelon.
"PIERCE--At Putah Creek, Yolo county, Sept 10th, Frank Alonzo, son of G. W. and Eunice PIERCE, aged 3 years, 4 months and 15 days." Source: Daily Alta California, 13 Sept 1863, p. 6.
"PIERCE--In this city, March 14, James, beloved son of Mary and the late Frank PIERCE, a native of San Francisco, aged 4 years, 3 months and 7 days." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, March 15, 1887.
"PIERCE--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Dec. 22 -- Joseph B. PIERCE, a telegraph operator, was found dead upon the floor of the Stevenson House this morning. He is supposed to have died in a fit." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 23 Dec 1868. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc.
"PIERCE--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: M. PIERCE." Source: Sonoma Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.


"PIERCE--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: Michael PIERCE." Source: Sonoma Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.

"PIERCE--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: P. PIERCE." Source: Sonoma Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA), 14 Aug 1862. Transcribed by Jeanne Taylor.
"PIERCE--Interment in San Francisco, Jan. 29, Samuel L. PIERCE, Fairhaven, Mass., 32." Source: Alta California, 8 Feb 1853. Submitted by Martha Richards.
"PIERCE--In Oakland, March 5, Sarah B. PIERCE, a native of New York State, aged 78 years, 11 months and 5 days." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 6 March 1895.


"PIERCE--Death of Lieut. PIERCE - Information has been received at the Treasury Department that Second Lieutenant William R. PIERCE, of the revenue service, died on board the United States  revenue cutter service bark "Polk," at San Francisco,  California, on the 20th of February last." Source: Brooklyn Eagle, 12 Apr 1851.  Transcribed by J. Ireland.
"PIERCY--In this city, November 23, Margaret, wife of Robert PIERCY, aged 65 years. Funeral to-day, at 2 p.m., from No. 430 Valencia street. Interment Odd Fellows' Cemetery." Source: Daily Alta California, 24 Nov 1885.


"PIERI--In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Aug. 22, 1942, Lieutenant Aldo J. PIERI, dearly beloved husband of Geraldine PIERI, devoted son of Alfonso and Colombina PIERI, loving brother of Dr. Mario PIERI and Arnold PIERI; a native of San Francisco, aged 24 years 2 months 19 days. A member of Loyal Order of Moose No. 26, and S. F. Athletic Club. Friends and acquaintances may call at the Chapel of Valente, Marini, Perata, & Co., Monday, August 31. Funeral will take place Tuesday, Sept. 1, at 9 a.m., from Valente, Marini, Perata & Co. 649 Green St.; thence to Church of Epiphany, where a mass will be said commencing at 9:30 a.m. Interment, Italian Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 30 Aug 1942, Page 17. Transcribed by Cathy Gowdy.

"PIERSON--In this city, March 6, Mrs. Catherine T. PIERSON, mother of Mrs. Clara DURBROW, Joseph T. PIERSON and William M. PIERSON, aged 79 years, 8 months and 16 days. Funeral today, at 3 P.M. from No. 1615 Washington street. Interment private. No flowers." Source: Daily Alta California, 7 Mar 1888, p. 3. Transcribed by Muriel.
"PIERSON--PIERSON, Paul-22 yrs." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 14 Sept 1901, page 6. Transcribed by Cheri A. Smith.
"PIERSON--San Francisco, January 8, 1883 - William PIERSON, the notorious desperado. was shot dead this morning by police officer, Michael MICHAELS, whom PIERSON and his large and vicious mastiff assaulted in the Western Addition. PIERSON, who had a fight in a saloon last night, had fallen on the road in a drunken sleep. About 4:00 when MICHAELS and officer BINGLE approached, the dog sprang on MICHAELS, who ordered PIERSON to go home. "Go home be d--d" said the almost sober PIERSON. "I won't go home for you". As the officers approached, the dog inserted his fangs in MICHAELS leg while PIERSON grabbed MICHAELS with his hand and raised a cobble, crying out "D--n you, I will kill you right now". In the dim light, MICHAELS mistook the cobbel for a pisol, and drawing his weapon, ordered PIERSON to desist. Instead, PIERSON raised the cobble to strike. At this juncture BINGLE shot the dog. MICHAELS shot his assailant, the ball entering the back of his ear, killing him instantly. The slain man was formerly a herder at the PRE, but was discharged for quarrelsomeness. He then shipped on the United States Steamer Jamestown, and was again discharged for uncontrollable temper. MICHAELS is the son in law of Sergeant LINDHEIMER and has been on the force twelve years. He has always borne a good reputation for peacefulness. He has been stabbed twice while making arrests. The last time he was in critical condition. PIERSON has terrorized over the neighborhood for quite some time. He recently deserted his young wife and two children for a disreputable woman." Source: Sacramento Bee, 8 Jan 1883, p.3. Transcribed by Sandra Bordelon.
"PILLSBURY/PILLSBURY--Judge Sawyer also granted Mary A. PILLSBURY a divorce from her husband James PILLSBURY, on the ground of willful desertion." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 30 July 1866. Transcribed by Dee.
"PILSTER--In this city, June 30, 1895, Richard Henry, beloved son of Deitrich H. and [???] PILSTER, and brother of Mabel PILSTER, a native of San Francisco, aged 2 years 4 months and [?] days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 o'clock p.m. from the parlors of Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission street between Fifth and Sixth. Interment I.O.O.F. Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Call, 1 July 1895, p. 11.
"PINCUS--In this city, March 8, Abraham PINCUS, aged 22 years." Source: San Francisco Daily Evening Bulletin, 9 March 1895.
"PINE--In San Francisco, Jan 8th, Hiram S. PINE, aged 34 years, formerly of Buffalo, N.Y." Source: Sacramento Bee, 12 Jan 1863. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"PINET--In Amelie les Bains, France, March 31, Jean Julien PINET, aged 74 years, 8 months and 14 days." Source: San Francisco Morning Call, 2 Apr 1891.
"PINKHAM--WELL KNOWN STOCKTONIAN DEAD. Stockton, Cal., Dec. 9. -- Charles E. PINKHAM, a popular resident of Stockton for many years, and a well known vocalist, died this evening while sitting in a chair at the home of a friend. He had a heart affection. Mr. PINKHAM leaves a grown family, several of his children being in San Francisco. He was basso in the Catholic choir here for nearly thirty years." Source: San Jose Mercury, 10 Dec 1899, p.3. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"PINKHAM--In St. Helena, May 4, Willis P., beloved son of Harriet L. and the late Porter PINKHAM, aged 36 years and 4 months." Source: San Francisco Call, 7 May 1887, p. 8.
"PINNER--BY STATE TELEGRAPH, San Francisco, Feb. 28 - J.H. PINNER committed suicide today through the administering of poison. He was found this morning in an unoccupied office, No. 614 Montgomery street, dead. On his person were 3 letters, addressed respectively to Louis KAPLAN, D.H. PINNER, a brother of deceased, and Jules CERF. Financial embarrassments led to the fatal act." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 29 Feb 1868. Transcribed by Dee Sardoc.
"PINONES--In this city, Nov. 10th, Antonio PINONES, aged 20 years." Source: San Francisco Daily Examiner, 13 Nov 1865.
"PINST--In this city, August 10, Francisco PINST, a native of Italy, aged 34 years." Source: Alta California, 12 Aug 1887.
"PINTER--In this city, October 20, 1903, Barnet PINTER, beloved husband of Getil PINTER, a native of Russia, aged 43 years." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 21 Oct 1903, p.6. Transcribed by Sandra Bordelon.
"PINTO--Isodore PINTO, a Chileno, fell dead on the sidewalk in Oakland on Sunday afternoon." Source: Sacramento Daily Record, 26 July 1872, p.2. Transcribed by Susan Cherry-Boyer.
"PIOCHE--Dispatch from San Francisco, May 2 -- The report this morning that F.L.A. PIOCHE had fallen dead with apoplexy while conversing the Mannor LIVERMORE, was circulated by his friends to conceal the real facts of the painful nature. The facts are that he had suffered 1 attack of apoplexy, and has of late complained of severe pains in the head, which the heat of the last few days aggravated to an extent rendering him really insane. Last evening he complained greatly of it, and said that his life was becoming unbearable. This morning his servant brought him the morning papers and left him lying in bed reading them. About a quarter past 8 a dull noise was heard, but no particular attention was paid to it. Soon after it was found that he had blown his head into fragments with a revolver. His mining and other interest were prosperous, and he had no cause, other than assigned for the act. He was 60 years of age and unmarried." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 3 May 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"PIOCHE--Dispatch from San Francisco, July 10 -- Lester L. ROBINSON sues the California Mutual Life Insurance Company for $10,000, the amount of insurance on the life of F.L.A. PIOCHE. The demand for payment is resisted on the ground of suicide, but the plaintiff claims that deceased did not commit [rest cut off]" Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 11 July 1871. Transcribed by Dee.
"PIOCHE--Dispatch from San Francisco, May 3 -- The funeral of the late F.L.A. PIOCHE takes place on Sunday morning, from his old residence, 806 Stockton street." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 4 May 1872. Transcribed by Dee.


"PIOCHE--Dispatch from San Francisco, May 5 -- The funeral of the late F.L.A. PIOCHE was attended by almost the entire population, and many other citizens. The French military and Masons escorted the remains to the cemetery. Pending the decision of relatives in France as to sending the remains to that country for interment, they were placed in the vault in the Masonic cemetery." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 6 May 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"PIPER--Dispatch from San Francisco--The will of Stephen L. PIPER was filed today. He bequeaths his property, valued at $30,000, to his wife." Source: Stockton Daily Independent (Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA), 24 Oct 1871. Transcribed by Dee.
"PIQUEREZ--Mable Lorette, 4 years." Source: San Francisco Call, 4 July 1899. Transcribed by Harry I. Stafford.
"PIRES--In San Jose, Nov. 6, 1935, Johanna, beloved wife of Manuel PIRES, loving mother of Joseph MARTIN; a native of Portugal. A member of Rainba Santa Izabel....Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 8 Nov 1935. Transcribed by John Ireland.
"PISTOLESI--In this city, May 17, 1902, Charles V. PISTOLESI, beloved son of August and Christina PISTOLESI, and brother of Augusta, Isabelle, Camillio and Octavia PISTOLESI, a native of San Francisco, aged 29 years and 5 months." Source: San Francisco Call, 18 May 1902, page 39. Transcribed by Sandi Bordelon.
"PITCHER--In Livermore, H. H. PITCHER, beloved husband of Annie G. PITCHER, and father of Pearl and Hazel PITCHER, aged 49 years. Funeral on arrival of 4:15 o’clock train from Livermore this day (Tuesday). Interment private." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 10 Apr 1900, p. 10. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik.
"PITTS--In this city, November 19, Sarah, wife of Washington A. PITTS., aged 31 years." Source: San Francisco Chronicle, 20 Nov 1870.
"PIXLEY--In this city, September 14, W. PIXLEY, a native of New York, aged 59 years. Funeral will take place to day (Friday at 2 p.m. from the residence of F. M. PIXLEY, southwest corner of Union and Fillmore streets." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 16 Sept 1881. Transcribed by Janet Anderson.
"PLACE--In San Francisco, Oct. 1st, Henry B. PLACE, a native of New York city, aged 41 years." Source: Sacramento Daily Bee, 3 Oct 1867. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"PLACE--DEATH in CHINA - A young Californian named Peter E. PLACE, a machinist who served his apprenticeship at the Vulcan Foundry, San Francisco, and subsequently became commander of a fine steamship in China, died in that country in November. His body has been received at San Francisco, and will be buried by the Masons of Mount Moriah Lodge, of which he was a member." Source: Stockton Daily Independent,  5 Jan 1864. Transcribed by Dee.
"PLANK--In San Francisco, December 29, 1911, Dr. Frederick PLANK, beloved husband of Melinda C. PLANK and father of Mrs. Amelia COOLIDGE of San Jose, Mrs. Adela PEARSON of Mexico City and William C., Francis J. and Charles R. PLANK, a native of New York, aged 68 years, 1 month and 27 days. Funeral private." Source: San Jose Mercury Herald, 31 Dec 1911. Transcribed by jch.
"PLATT--Dispatch from San Francisco, July 9 -- Samuel PLATT, Esq., better known as the citizen Sam PLATT, a man of fine intellect and education and peculiarly pungent wit, but very erratic, died here this morning after a brief illness, of dropsy of the stomach. He was a native of Delaware and a law student with Hon. John M. CLAYTON; was widely known for his eccentricities, wit and kindness of heart. Some years since, his brother committed suicide, and soon after his favorite daughter, a peculiarly gifted and interesting young lady, fell from a swing and was fatally injured, and soon after his wife, a noble woman, died. Under these afflictions he broke down completely and of late he had frequently avowed his desire to be done with life as soon as possible." Source: Stockton Daily Independent, 15 July 1872. Transcribed by Dee.
"PLATTER--May 21st 1870 - Josephine PLATTER and Teresa SIEGELMIER were burned by explosion of a kerosene lamp at San Francisco, the former fatally." Source: Sacramento Daily Union, 2 Jan 1871. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
"PLATTS--Hiram J., 52 years." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 28 April, 1906. Transcribed by Harry I. Stafford.
"PLUMMER--In Oakland, September 17, Charles A., beloved husband of Anna PLUMMER, father of Muriel and Dorothy PLUMMER and uncle of W.A. PLUMMER of San Francisco and Mrs. Herman WILKIE of Truckee, a native of Massachusetts. Friends and acquaintances are respecfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Thursday) at 2 o'clock p.m. from his late residence, Centerville, Alameda county." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 19 Sept. 1907, p. 6.
"PLUMMER--In this city, Mrs. Emily CORNWALL PLUMMER, aged 59 years. Funeral to-day, at 2 p.m., from the residences of Dr. A. CORNWALL, Vernon Heights." Source: Daily Alta California, 1 Dec 1885.
"PLUNKETT--At Beal’s Bar, Placer county, Dec. 15th, Jas. PLUNKETT, of New York." Source: Daily Alta California, 12 Jan 1858. Transcribed by Martha Richards.
"PLUNKETT--In San Francisco, July 20, 1874 James PLUNKETT, aged 52 years." Source: Sacramento Bee, 22 July 1874. Transcribed by Sandi Bordelon.
"PLUNKETT--In this city, February 18, Mrs. Jane PLUNKETT, a native of Tipperary, Ireland, aged 70 years. (New York, New Orleans and Irish papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are resptfully invited to attend the funeral, Saturday, February 21, at 10 o'clock a.m., from her late residence, 835 Union street; thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a Requiem Mass will be celebrated; thence to Mission Dolores, without further notice." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 20 Feb 1874.
"PLUSHKELL--In this city, December 17, August PLUSHKELL, a native of Germany, aged 53 years." Source: San Francisco Examiner, 18 Dec 1900, p.6.
Return to San Francisco Death Notices
Return to San Francisco Genealogy
copyright © 1996 - 2009 SFgenealogy. All rights reserved.