& other related Families: Obituaries, Death Notices, & Headstones.
Bee Sat 14 Jun 1930
POOLE - In this city, June 14 1930, Phillipena Poole, beloved wife
of F. M. Poole, loving mother of Leland F. Poole, sister of Mrs. C. Waite,
Mrs. S. Dosch, Mrs. L. Stahl & Henry Harms, a native of California. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services Monday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock at W. F. Gormley & Sons chapel, 2015 M Street, Interment
Mon Nov 7 1932 San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram San Luis Obispo CA p4
DEATH CALLS SLO PAINTER
John NICOLAUS 57, well-known resident of San Luis Obispo passed away at a local hospital Sunday.
Mr. NICOLAUS was born in Plymouth Calif.
He came here six years ago and has followed the trade of painting, having worked on many of the new homes and business buildings erected in the city sence.
He was a member of the local painters' union and was well and favorably known by all his associates.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. Dora POTTER NICOLAUS of this city and the following brothers and sister: Fred M. NICOLAUS, Louis NICOLAUS and Mrs. Minnie MANLEY, all of Sacramento.
Before coming to San Luis Obispo Mr. NICOLAUS lived in Sacramento.
Remains are at C. W. Palmer Mortuary.
Funeral services for the deceased will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the C. W. Palmer Mortuary. Interment will be in the Lawn cemetery.
Tues Nov 8 1932 San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram San Luis Obispo, CA p4
NICOLAUS Rites Set foe Wednesday
John NICOLAUS will be laid to rest in the I. O. O. F. cemetery Wednesday afternoon following funeral services at the C. W. Palmer Mortuary at 2:30 o'clock.
Mr. NICOLAUS passed away Sunday at the age of 57.
Sac Bee Sat 7 DEC
Mrs. Elizabeth Nicolaus Dies at Family Home
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Nicolaus, 56, a resident for ten years, died earlier
to-day in the family home at 2912 T Street.
Her death was unexpected as she appeared apparently in good
health last night while visiting friends. Her husband is Fred W. Nicholaus.
Four sisters, Mrs. Lena Berta and Minnie, Pauline, Minnie
and Carrie Raddatz, live in San Francisco. Mrs. Nicolaus was a native
of New Jersey, and had lived in California for forty-five years.
Funeral arrangements are being made in the Harry A. Nauman
& Son Chapel.
Sac Union Sun 8 DEC 1935
MRS. NICOLAUS DIES OF STROKE
Funeral for Sacramento Woman Will Be Held Tuesday
Mrs. Elizabeth H. Nicolaus, 56, a resident of Sacramento 10 years and
of California 45 years, died unexpectedly yesterday when she suffered
Funeral services will be conducted at noon Tuesday in Nauman
& Son chapel followed by burial in Sutter Creek cemetery.
Mrs. Nicolaus was the wife of Fred W. Nicolaus, sister of
Mrs. Lena Berta and Minnie Riddatz, Pauline Riddatz and Carrie Riddatz;
aunt of Helen Berta, all of San Francisco. The family home is at 2912
Sac Bee Mon 29 Mar
NICOLAUS - In this city, March 28, 1937. John Henry Nicolaus, Husband
of the late Lena Nicolaus, father of Earl, George, Charles, Lester, Henry
Jr., Lawrence and Elva Nicolaus and Mrs. Helena Pascoe. brother of Mrs.
Charles J. Hasman; a native of California aged 70 years. Friends are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral from the home of Miller & Skelton, 1015
Twentieth Street. Tuesday at 2 P. M. Interment Masonic Cemetery, Elk Grove.
Sac Union Mon Morning
10 Jul 1939
Rites Tuesday For Wife of C. J. Hasman
Resident of Sacramento 60 Years Dies After Short Illness
Mrs. Lillian Nicolaus Hasman, wife of Charles W. Hasman, Sacramento attorney,
died yesterday in Sutter hospital after a brief illness. She had lived
in Sacramento approximately 60 years.
Mrs. Hasman was born in Oleta, long known as Fiddletown. Her
parents, the late George and Marie Nicolaus, came to California soon after
the gold rush from Germany. Her father was a butcher in Oleta.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Tuesday in Miller
& Skelton chapel, with Rev. H. W. Opperman officiating. Burial will follow
in the family plot in City cemetery.
Mrs. Hasman was a member of Daughters of the Nile. Her home was at 2201
Sac Bee Mon Jul 10 1939
HASMAN - In this city, July 9, 1939, Lillian Nicolaus Hasman, wife
of Charles J. Hasman, daughter of the late George and Marie Nicolaus,
sister of the late J. H. and G. W. Nicolaus and Mrs. Lizzie Williams;
a native of Oleta Calif. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral from the home of Miller & Skelton, 1015 Twentieth Street, Tuesday
at 10 A. M. Interment City Cemetery.
Sac Bee 16 Apr 1941
WAIT - Entered into rest, April 14, 1941. Anna Wait, beloved wife
of Carlyle Wait of Elverta; loving mother of Albert E., Alvin L., Lawrence
A. Wait and Mrs. Mildred E. Carter all of this city; Leland C. Wait of
North Sacramento, Kenneth O. Wait of Elverta and the late Clifford Wait,
sister of Mrs. Sophia Dosch of this city, Mrs. Elizabeth Stahl of South
San Francisco, Henry Harms of Stockton, and the late Lena Nicolaus and
Philimena Poole; survived by five grandchildren; a native of Elverta,
Calif., aged 66 years, 3 months and 16 days. Friends are invited to attend
the funeral Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the George L. Klumpp Chapel
of Flowers, 808 O Street. Interment Masonic Lawn.
Sac Union Wed 9
Mrs. Emma Wolf
Funeral services will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow in Cippa
& Nicoletti chapel for Mrs. Emma Wolf, a member of the early Sacramento
Strauch family, who was born in the Elverta section 73 years ago. She
died Monday night in her Rio Linda home . Interment will be in Grant Memorial
Mrs. Wolf was the daughter of the late David Strauch who came
to Sacramento from Germany in the early 1860's.
Survivors include her husband, John Wolf; her brothers, Charles
Strauch, Elverta; Ralph Strauch, Sacramento, and Gus A. Strauch, Pacific
disrict, and her sisters, Mrs. Annie Wolf of Elverta and Mrs. Jane Jones
Sac Union Thu Morn
3 DEC 1942 p9
NICOLAUS - In this city, December 1, 1942, Edward A. Nicolaus,
loving husband of Florence W. Nicolaus, father of Wendel K. Nicolaus of
Oakland, Edward A. Nicolaus, Jr., of Piedmont, Mrs. Mary N. Stephens,
Betty Nicolaus and Mrs. Jeanne N. Caywood of Sacramento, brother of Mrs.
J. E. Govan and the late Louis and William Nicolaus and Mrs. Emma L. Southworth;
a native of Sacramento, aged 74 years. Friends are welcome at the home
of Miller & Skelton, 1015 20th street until 2 p.m. today (Thursday). Funeral
private. Please omit flowers.
Sac Bee Tue 24 Aug 1943 p4
Final Distribution Of Nicolaus Estate Is Approved By Court
An order approving final distribution and discharge of executor in the
estate of Edward A. Nicolaus, Sacramento capitalist, was signed yesterday
afternoon by Superior Judge Malcolm C. Glenn.
Nicolaus died December 1, 1942, leaving an estate valued at
$94,107.17 and including a one third interest in the Nicolaus Building
at 1020 Eighth Street. His will bequeathed one half the estate to his
widow, Mrs. Florence W. Nicolaus of 2509 Capitol Avenue, and one half
to five children. Edward A. Nicolaus, Jr., of Alameda County, a son of
the decedent, was the executor.
Sac Bee Sat 25 Aug
STRAUCH - In this city, August 24, 1945, Lena C. Strauch, beloved
wife of Charles C. Strauch of Elverta, loving mother of Mrs. Lillian A.
Brenner, Mrs. Ruby M. Hoefling, Mrs. Pearl M. Wernsman. All of Sacramento
County, Mrs. Eva Jones of Alameda, Mrs. Grace A. Malone and Mrs. Bernice
A. Lux of Rio Linda and the late David D. Strauch, sister of John J.,
August W., and William J. Wolf, grandmother of 10 grandchildren; a native
of California, aged 67 years, 3 months, 8 days. Friends may call at the
Cippa & Nicoletti Funeral Home, corner of 28th and Q Streets. Funeral
San Mateo Times Mon
22 Jul 1946 p.9
ELSIE HARMS STAHL
(Times County News Service)
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO - July 22, Funeral services for Mrs. Elise
Harms Stahl, 72, of 636 Miller avenue, South San Francisco were held this
afternoon from the chapel of Nauman, Muzio & Lincoln followed by interment
at Cypress Lawn. Mrs. Stahl died Saturday night at South San Francisco
hospital following a long illness. A native of Sacramento she had resided
here for the past 46 years. She leaves her husband Charles Edwin Stahl
and two daughters, Mrs. Alma S. Ludwith and Mrs. Orianna Ansley, all of
South San Francisco and a sister, Mrs. Sophie Dosch of Sacramento.
Sac Bee Mon 26 Aug
WAIT - In Elverta August 25, 1946, Carlyle Wait, husband of the late
Anna Wait, loving father of Albert Elwood, Alvin Lloyd, Leland Chester
and Lawrence Alden Wait, Mrs. Mildred Carter of this city and Kenneth
Oliver Wait of Elverta, brother of Albert Luther Wait of Plymouth, grandfather
of James Donald, Kenna and Marlene Wait and Mrs. Lois Jean Singleton:
a native of Boone Co., Iowa, aged 78 years, 7 months, 12 days. Friends
are invited to attend the funeral Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from
the George L. Klumpp Chapel of Flowers. 808 O Street. Interment Masonic
San Mateo Times Fri
9 Apr 1948 p.15
CHARLES EDWIN STAHL
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO - April 9, Brief funeral services for Charles
Edwin Stahl of 636 Miller avenue, South San Francisco will be held tomorrow
at 2:45 p.m. from the chapel of Nauman, Muzio and Lincoln. Interment at
Cypress Lawn Memorial Park will be private. A native of Pennsylvania,
Stahl had lived in South San Francisco for 48 years. He was 79 years of
age. He was the husband of the late Elsie Stahl and the father of Alma
S. Ludwith and Orianna Ansley, both of South San Francisco.
Sac Bee Wed 28 Dec
1949 p.4 c.2
FRED W. NICOLAUS
Last rites for Fred W. Nicolaus, 74, of 3133 Fourth Avenue, who died in
a local hospital yesterday, will be held at 1:30 PM tomorrow in the chapel
of Harry A. Nauman and Son.
Interment will be in Odd Fellows lawn Cemetery.
Nicolaus was born in Plymouth, Amador County, and lived in
or near Sacramento for 60 years. He was a retired painter.
He was the husband of the late Lizzie Nicolaus and brother
of George J. and Louis T. Nicolaus and Mrs. Minnie Manley, all of Sacramento.
He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Sac Union Thu 29 DEC 1949
Fred Nicolaus Funeral Will Be Held Today
Services will be held today at 1:30 P. M. from Nauman's for Fred W. Nicolaus,
74, of 3133 Fourth Avenue, who died Tuesday in a local hospital. Burial
will be in Odd Fellows lawn.
Nicolaus was a native of Plymouth but had lived in Sacramento and vicinity
for 60 years. He was a painter.
He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Nicolaus is survived by his brothers, George J. and Louis
T. Nicolaus and a sister Mrs. Minnie Manley of Sacramento.
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