Charlotte Hutchinson (X854), 18731900 (aged 27 years)

Name
Charlotte /Hutchinson/
Given names
Charlotte
Surname
Hutchinson
Birth
Wedding story
Newspaper
Source: Newspaper
Text: WEDDED AMIDST THE ROSES
Nuptials of Robert Skinner and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson
At The County Seat of Sonoma They Are United in Marriage in the Presence of Many Friends

SANTA ROSA, June 4 - A very charming wedding was solemnized in the Church of the Incarnation in this city at noon to-day in the presence of a very large gathering of invited guests. The contracting parties were Robert Skinner, the well-known druggist of Eureka, and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson, the youngest daughter of the late Samuel Hutchinson.
The sacred edifice was tastefully decorated for the occasion, the chancel and choir-loft presenting a most attractive appearance.
The bride wore a handsome costume of white satin, and her maid of honor, Miss Hattie Austin, was attired in white Swiss over light blue. Little Miss Grace Fischer acted as a flower girl. C F Leppo and J F Stanley were ushers and Ira Ira Ross of Eureka was groomsman. The Rev John T Shurtleff, rector of the Church of the Good Shepperd, Cloverdale, was the officiating clergyman.
A large number of invitations were issued for the reception which took place at the Hutchinson mansion, on Fourth street, immediately after the ceremony. The couple left on the afternoon train for San Francisco, en rout for Eureka, their future home. The presents were costly and very numerous.

The Examiner, San Francisco, California, Friday, June 5, 1896, page 8, column 6

UNITED IN MARRIAGE
Prominent Eureka Merchant Weds a Santa Rosa Belle

SANTA ROSA, Cal, June 4 - Robert Skinner of Eureka and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson of Santa Rosa were united in marriage to-day at high noon.
The ceremony was performed at the Church of the Incarnation in the presence of many invited guests. Miss Essie Austin of this city was bridesmaid and Mr Ross of Eureka was best man.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's mother. The groom is a prominent business man of Eureka, and the bride one of Santa Rosa's most charming daughters.

The San Francisco Call, San Francisco, California, Friday, June 5, 1896, page 5, column 4
Date of entry in original source: June 5, 1896
Death of a sister
Burial of a sister
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Death of a brother
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Note: A Private Wedding

We take the following from the Santa Rosa Democrat of Nov 24th:
No…
A Private Wedding

We take the following from the Santa Rosa Democrat of Nov 24th:
No wedding has taken place recently in Santa Rosa where the whole affair came off so quietly as the one on Tuesday at the residence of our well-known and highly-esteemed citizen, Samuel Hutchinson, Esq. the contracting parties were Dr F H Ottmer, of Petrolia, Humboldt county, a physician of eminent attainments and an extensive practice, and Miss Anna, the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hutchinson. Rev Dr Shepherd was the officiating clergyman. Invitations were extended only to the relatives and a very few intimate friends, yet this filled the house almost to the extent of its capacity. All the preparations had been kept so quiet that every visitor on his arrival was surprised a the beauty and magnificence of the floral decorations, but the surprise was greatest at the excellence and costliness of the wedding presents. Passing over many of the customary articles on such occasions, inspection showed that the best came last. Among these was an unpretended package which proved to be a large purse filled with gold coin, then least pretentious of all was a paper which on opening proved the best of all, a deed to the bride of 160 acres of the best land in Sutter county. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon the newly-married couple started for their home in Humboldt county, amid a shower of rice and slippers, followed by the best wishes of all that know them.

Ferndale Enterprise, Ferndale, California, Friday, November 30, 1888, page 4, column 3
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February 27, 1900 (2 days after death)
Note: Death of Mrs Skinner

Mrs Charlotte H Skinner, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Hutchinson of San…
Death of Mrs Skinner

Mrs Charlotte H Skinner, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Hutchinson of Santa Rosa, died at Phoenix, Arizona, Sunday. The remains will be buried at Santa Rosa Tuesday. the funeral will be under the auspices of Rose Valley chapter, O E S. Rev John Shurtleff of Auburn Place county, formerly pastor of the Santa Rosa Episcopal church, will conduct the services. Mr Shurtleff officiated at the wedding the deceased.

Petaluma Argus-Courier, Petaluma, California, Tuesday, February 27, 1900, page 1, column 6

FUNERAL OF MRS SKINNER A SOLEMN EVENT

The funeral of the late Mrs Charlotte Skinner took place on Thursday afternoon from the residence of her mother, Mrs Hutchison, on Fourth street, in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends.
The Rev John T Shurtloff of Auburn, Placer county, was the officiating priest, and he read very impressively the order for the burial of the dead in the liturgy of the Episcopal church. He also delivered a short, eloquent address. Singing was furnished by a quartet.
At the grave the casket was committed to the earth in sure and certain hope of the resurrection. Many exquisite floral pieces were sent, including one from Rose Valley Chapter of the Eastern Star, to which the deceased formerly belonged. Members of the chapter attended the funeral in a body, and portions of the beautiful ritual of the order were recited at the conclusion of the church service.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, March 3, 1900, page 3, column 5
Burial
Will
Note: Deeds Recorded

Dated May 20, 1899, Charlotte Skinner to Ruth E and Robert E Skinner, the…
Deeds Recorded

Dated May 20, 1899, Charlotte Skinner to Ruth E and Robert E Skinner, the s½ of the sw¼ of sec 21, tp 14 n, r 5e, M D M, consideration, love and affection.

Sutter Independent, Yuba City, California, Friday, March 9, 1900, page 4, column 4

BREVITIES

Charlotte Skinner has transferred to Ruth E and R E Skinner, 80 acres of land south of Oswald.

The Sutter County Farmer, Yuba City, California, Friday, March 9, 1900, page 3, column 1
Family with parents
father
18271894
Birth: September 1827 20 Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: July 18, 1894Fourth St [home], Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
mother
18321908
Birth: June 10, 1832 37 36 Mount Darby, Rosslea, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Death: December 24, 1908Fourth St [home], Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Marriage MarriageJune 13, 1855Sutter County, California, United States of America
17 months
elder sister
18561919
Birth: October 1856 29 24 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: April 7, 1919Eureka, Humboldt County, California, United States of America
19 months
elder sister
18581873
Birth: April 14, 1858 30 25 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: July 27, 1873Sonoma County, California, United States of America
2 years
elder brother
18601940
Birth: June 23, 1860 32 28 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: July 13, 1940Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
19 months
elder sister
18621927
Birth: January 25, 1862 34 29 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: January 24, 1927Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
19 months
elder sister
18631951
Birth: August 31, 1863 35 31 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: April 8, 1951Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
2 years
elder sister
18651866
Birth: September 17, 1865 38 33 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: June 17, 1866Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
16 months
elder brother
18671934
Birth: January 20, 1867 39 34 Sutter Township, Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: February 6, 1934Sonoma County, California, United States of America
5 years
elder sister
18711871
Birth: about 1871 43 38 Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: about 1871Sutter County, California, United States of America
3 years
herself
18731900
Birth: 1873 45 40 Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: February 25, 1900Phoenix, Marciopa County, Arizona, United States of America
1 year
younger brother
18741875
Birth: January 9, 1874 46 41 Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Death: January 25, 1875Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Family with Robert Wilson Skinner (X860)
husband
18621946
Birth: July 26, 1862Fairfield, Jefferson County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: February 1, 1946Eureka, Humboldt County, California, United States of America
herself
18731900
Birth: 1873 45 40 Sutter County, California, United States of America
Death: February 25, 1900Phoenix, Marciopa County, Arizona, United States of America
Marriage MarriageJune 4, 1896Church of the Incanation, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
9 months
daughter
18971911
Birth: March 4, 1897 34 24 Eureka, Humboldt County, California, United States of America
Death: January 17, 1911Colfax, Placer County, California, United States of America
2 years
son
18991948
Birth: April 7, 1899 36 26 Eureka, Humboldt County, California, United States of America
Death: June 7, 1948at home, Oakland, Alameda County, California, United States of America
Wedding story
Source: Newspaper
Text: WEDDED AMIDST THE ROSES
Nuptials of Robert Skinner and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson
At The County Seat of Sonoma They Are United in Marriage in the Presence of Many Friends

SANTA ROSA, June 4 - A very charming wedding was solemnized in the Church of the Incarnation in this city at noon to-day in the presence of a very large gathering of invited guests. The contracting parties were Robert Skinner, the well-known druggist of Eureka, and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson, the youngest daughter of the late Samuel Hutchinson.
The sacred edifice was tastefully decorated for the occasion, the chancel and choir-loft presenting a most attractive appearance.
The bride wore a handsome costume of white satin, and her maid of honor, Miss Hattie Austin, was attired in white Swiss over light blue. Little Miss Grace Fischer acted as a flower girl. C F Leppo and J F Stanley were ushers and Ira Ira Ross of Eureka was groomsman. The Rev John T Shurtleff, rector of the Church of the Good Shepperd, Cloverdale, was the officiating clergyman.
A large number of invitations were issued for the reception which took place at the Hutchinson mansion, on Fourth street, immediately after the ceremony. The couple left on the afternoon train for San Francisco, en rout for Eureka, their future home. The presents were costly and very numerous.

The Examiner, San Francisco, California, Friday, June 5, 1896, page 8, column 6

UNITED IN MARRIAGE
Prominent Eureka Merchant Weds a Santa Rosa Belle

SANTA ROSA, Cal, June 4 - Robert Skinner of Eureka and Miss Charlotte Hutchinson of Santa Rosa were united in marriage to-day at high noon.
The ceremony was performed at the Church of the Incarnation in the presence of many invited guests. Miss Essie Austin of this city was bridesmaid and Mr Ross of Eureka was best man.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's mother. The groom is a prominent business man of Eureka, and the bride one of Santa Rosa's most charming daughters.

The San Francisco Call, San Francisco, California, Friday, June 5, 1896, page 5, column 4
Date of entry in original source: June 5, 1896
Newspaper
Death of Mrs Skinner

Mrs Charlotte H Skinner, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Hutchinson of Santa Rosa, died at Phoenix, Arizona, Sunday. The remains will be buried at Santa Rosa Tuesday. the funeral will be under the auspices of Rose Valley chapter, O E S. Rev John Shurtleff of Auburn Place county, formerly pastor of the Santa Rosa Episcopal church, will conduct the services. Mr Shurtleff officiated at the wedding the deceased.

Petaluma Argus-Courier, Petaluma, California, Tuesday, February 27, 1900, page 1, column 6

FUNERAL OF MRS SKINNER A SOLEMN EVENT

The funeral of the late Mrs Charlotte Skinner took place on Thursday afternoon from the residence of her mother, Mrs Hutchison, on Fourth street, in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends.
The Rev John T Shurtloff of Auburn, Placer county, was the officiating priest, and he read very impressively the order for the burial of the dead in the liturgy of the Episcopal church. He also delivered a short, eloquent address. Singing was furnished by a quartet.
At the grave the casket was committed to the earth in sure and certain hope of the resurrection. Many exquisite floral pieces were sent, including one from Rose Valley Chapter of the Eastern Star, to which the deceased formerly belonged. Members of the chapter attended the funeral in a body, and portions of the beautiful ritual of the order were recited at the conclusion of the church service.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, March 3, 1900, page 3, column 5
Will
Deeds Recorded

Dated May 20, 1899, Charlotte Skinner to Ruth E and Robert E Skinner, the s½ of the sw¼ of sec 21, tp 14 n, r 5e, M D M, consideration, love and affection.

Sutter Independent, Yuba City, California, Friday, March 9, 1900, page 4, column 4

BREVITIES

Charlotte Skinner has transferred to Ruth E and R E Skinner, 80 acres of land south of Oswald.

The Sutter County Farmer, Yuba City, California, Friday, March 9, 1900, page 3, column 1