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  • HATTON, Diana

  • Los Angeles Times, Jan 22, 1923

    MRS. DIANA HATTON DIES IN NEW YORK

    SANTA MONICA, Jan 21. - Mrs. Diana Carillo Hatton died yesterday in New York City.

    Mrs. Hatton was a daughter of the late Judge J. J. Carillo, pioneer citizen of this city.  She was a member of the famous Carillo family, her ancestors being among the first to settle in California.

    Leo Carillo, celebrated actor, is a brother of the dead woman.

    It is likely the body will be brought to Santa Monica for interment as it was the wish of Mrs. Hatton's father that all of the family should be buried here.

    Submitted by: Karla Everett


  • HOSSMAN, Everisto

  • Los Angeles Times, October 11, 1940

    VETERAN TO HAVE MILITARY FUNERAL

    Military funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. today at the National Military Home for Everisto Hossman, 53, World War veteran of 2451 Fairmont St., who died Monday.  He leaves three sisters, Mrs. Irene Culp, Mrs. Clara Parker and Mrs. Grace Sheaffer, and three brothers, Henry, Steve and Alfonso Hossman.

    Submitted by: Karla Everett


  • HOSSMAN, Julius

  • Los Angeles Times, November 15, 1932

    JULIUS HOSSMAN, NATIVE SON OF CITY, SUCCUMBS

    Julius Hossman, member of one of the old California families, died Sunday at the family home, 2451 Fairmont street, following an illness of two years.  He was 49 years of age.  Arrangements for funeral services have been delayed pending the arrival here of relatives.

    Hossman was born and educated in this city.  His mother was Mrs. Mary Sanchez Hossman, native daughter and member of the Los Feliz family.  His father, Everisto Hossman, is still living.

    Hossman leaves four brothers, Henry and Steve of San Francisco, Everett and Alphonso of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. Irene Culp, Mrs. Clara Carey and Mrs. Grace Sheaffer, all of this city.

    Submitted by: Karla Everett


  • HOSSMAN, Mary

  • Los Angeles Times, October 24, 1930

    LAST RITES FOR PIONEER TO BE TODAY
    Mrs. Mary Hossman Will Be Paid Final Homage by Numerous Friends

    Final rites will be conducted today at 10 a.m. from the chapel of Vesper and Son, 1930 East First street, for Mrs. Mary Hossman, 68 years of age, native of Los Angeles and one of the last survivors of the old Feliz and Sanchez California families.

    Mrs. Hossman died in San Francisco last Tuesday following a short illness.  Her body was shipped here yesterday and will be interred in Calvary Cemetery.

    The entire life of Mrs. Hossman was spent in Los Angeles.  She was the daughter of Steven Sanchez and a member of the Feliz family, and was born on the extensive Feliz ranch which Riverside Drive now traverses northwest of the metropolitan district.

    Her husband, Everisto Hossman, who resides at the family residence, 2451 Fairmont street, is one of the city's most colorful figures.  He was a member of the fire department for many years and was widely known when the present city was surrounded by great ranches similar to the one on which his wife was born.

    Besides her husband, Mrs. Hossman leaves five sons, Henry and Julius of San Francisco, and Steven, Alfonso and Everett of Los Angeles; three daughters, Mrs. Carl Carey of San Francisco, and Mrs. Irene Culp and Mrs. Grace Schaffer of Los Angeles.

    Submitted by: Karla Everett


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