Thursday, July 1, 2010

Woman Born in SF in 1850 is Dead

From The Oakland Tribune, 21 May 1919, p. 2

Woman Born in SF in 1850 is Dead

SAN FRANCISCO, May 21.- Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Cook, born in San Francisco in 1850, will take place tomorrow morning. Father Ramm officiating. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Mrs. Cook died yesterday at her home, 2965 Jackson street, following an illness of three years. She was the widow of the late H. M. Cook, founder of the Cook Pelting Company. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ross Ambler Curran; two sons, Milton and Clifford G.; a sister, Miss Ida Scooffy, and a brother, Leonidas Scoofy.

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