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History of Yuba and Sutter Counties, California : with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the counties who have been identified with their growth and development from the early days to the present

History of Yuba and Sutter Counties, California : with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the counties who have been identified with their growth and development from the early days to the present

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Yuba and Sutter Counties, California : with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the counties who have been identified with their growth and development from the early days to the present

History of Yuba and Sutter Counties, California : with biographical sketches of the leading men and women of the counties who have been identified with their growth and development from the early days to the present

Fonte : Internet Archive

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De Witt, Mrs. Florence Welthy 341


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Rowr e, William Belcher, Charles E. De Long, afterward minister to Japan, and Henry K. Mitchell, who became prominent


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H. Carlin, W. E. Davies, Arthur De Lorimier, F. A. Durvea, John E. Ebert, Ray Manwell, R. R. Raish, W.


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went to Harrisburg, Pa. , Mike De Pangher, catcher for the Intrepids, was called to Detroit, Mich. , and Jack


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country from Japan by Charles Egbert De Long, who in 1869


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Dobbins were Hiram Theal, Henry De Mott, and B. Eilerman.


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settlers at the bar were Charles E. De Long, afterwards minister to Japan , C. E. Lippincott, editor of the


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The deed shows that Mrs. Florence De Witt, widow of the late W. G. De Witt, donated the plat upon


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De Witt Bros., sons of Mrs. De Witt, donated the rock and granite, hauling all the material from the quarry,


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three children. The eldest, Miss Josephine De Witt, was born at Oakfield, N. Y., and came with her parents to


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FLORENCE WELTHY DE WITT.-A well-known pioneer woman of Sutter County is Florence Welthy De Witt


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She makes her home with Mrs. De Witt.


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were born to Mr. and Mrs. De Witt. Marcus Golder married Miss Jessie Blanche Foss, a daughter of Levi and


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William G. De Witt became a very extensive and successful grain- and stock-raiser, and acquired


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orchards. During the life of Mr. De Witt a gravel quarry, with a stone-crusher, was started on the place ,


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County, Cal., a son of Morris De Lafayette and Elizabeth (Marshall) De Wayne. Morris De Lafayette De AVayne was a


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years, there passing away. Great-grandfather Maurice De Wayne was a soldier in the French Army and came to America with


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and Elizabeth (Marshall) De Wayne. Morris De Lafayette De AVayne was a native of New York and as a young


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November 2, 1892, to William Henry De Wayne, who was born at Camp Far West, Yuba County, Cal., a son


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pioneer families of California, Mrs. Harriet E. De Wayne has spent her entire life in the Golden State and for


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Bertram , and Ralph Mr. De Wayne is affiliated with the Independent Order of Foresters at Wheatland and Mrs.


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William H. De Wayne is one of a family of nine children. For the past


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MRS. HARRIET E. De WAYNE.-A member of one of the old pioneer families of California, Mrs.


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Mr. and Mrs. De Wayne have become the parents of five children: Beatrice, the wife of Roy


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9, 1881, a son of William Golder and Florence (Armstrong) De Witt, whose history is given elsewhere in this volume.


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six sons and three daughters. Mrs. De Witt's mother was born in Sutter County, a daughter of James G. and


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in his chosen calling is Frank W. De Witt, of Sutter City, who was born on the De Witt ranch


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On September 21, 1904, Mr. De Witt was married to Miss Minnie Helen Wood, born at Meridian, a daughter


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A cultured and refined woman, Mrs. De AA ltt is prominent in civic and social circles, and wields a wide


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FRANK W. DE WITT.-An enterprising agriculturist and horticulturist who is meeting with success in his


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his father, and Grace Dorothy. Mr. De AA'itt has served as clerk of the Brittan Grammar School. He belongs to


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. De AA'itt: Clinton AVilliam, who is assisting his father, and Grace Dorothy. Mr. De


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s Improvement Club. Mr. and Mrs De Witt are greatly interested in the development of this favored section, and assist


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and united him with Miss Ruth De Rochia, a native of Oregon, but who has resided in California since 1918.


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9, 1878, a son of William Golder and Florence (Armstrong) De Witt, natives of New York and California, respectively, whose


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December 13, 1912, at San-Francisco, Mr. De Witt was married to Alleen Marie Jones, born at Meridian, Cal., daughter of


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vineyardists of Sutter County is Richard C. De Witt, whose activities constitute a valuable contribution to the development and upbuilding


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old home. Of five children, Mrs. De Witt is next to the youngest. Three children have been born to Mr.


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been born to Mr. and Mrs. De Witt: Idabelle Bernice , Frank Golder, and Florence Marie. Mr. De Witt is


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RICHARD C. DE WITT.-Among the well known ranchmen and vineyardists of Sutter County is Richard