Saturday, December 4, 2010

WIFE OF RETIRED FARMER DIES OF PARALYTIC STROKE

From: The Oakland Tribune, 13 December 1910


WIFE OF RETIRED FARMER DIES OF PARALYTIC STROKE
Suffered Attack 6 Years Ago; Seriously Ill Two Months

Mrs. Freeman, wife of John C. Freeman, a retired and wealthy rancher living at 845 Thirty-seventh street, died at 9 o'clock this morning, after a two months' serious illness, which was the result of a paralytic stroke six years ago. She was 76 years old.

Mrs. Freeman lived at the Freeman Ranch, Rocklin, Placer county with her husband almost forty years. She came to Oakland three years ago.

She leaves two sons, T. J. Freeman, a Berkeley undertaker, and James Freeman of Monterey, two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Healey and Mrs. Mary Co?ley, both of Oakland and a brother, Edward Crook. Mrs. Freeman was a native of Ireland. She held membership in Sacred Heart Catholic church, where funeral services will be held.

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