Elsie May Reno (X858), 18761923 (aged 46 years)

Name
Elsie May /Reno/
Given names
Elsie May
Surname
Reno
Married name
Elsie May /Hutchinson/
Birth
Marriage
Obituary
Obituary
Source: Newspaper
Text: OBITUARY
MRS HUTCHINSON, OPERATED ON, DIED

Mrs Elsa May Hutchinson, wife of Samuel J Hutchinson of 534 B street, died at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon following an operation for appendicitis early in the morning. She was taken ill Sunday night after retiring and as treatment failed to relieve her an operation was decided on. It was seen at once that there was no hope for her recovery.
Mrs Hutchinson was born in Iowa, in 1886. and married to Mr Hutchinson in San Francisco in 1906. She was a widow, with two sons, at the time of her union to him. They now reside in the southern part of the state.
One son, Samuel Jr, was the only child of the second union, and he died an accidental death here only three months ago. Olaf and Orien Reno, the other sons, will be here for the funeral.
Mr Hutchinson is in poor health and the double bereavement falls heavily upon him. He has the sympathy of a large circle of friends. He is a brother of T J, Miss Mary and Miss Rachel Hutchinson.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Friday, January 12, 1923, Page 4

MRS SAM HUTCHINSON DIES AFTER OPERATION

Mrs Samuel Hutchinson, who underwent an operation for appendicitis late Wednesday evening, died at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Mr and Mrs Hutchinson lost their son, Sam Hutchinson, recently in a tragic accident and no death leaves mr Hutchinson alone.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Thursday, January 11, 1923, Page 6

DEATH NOTICES
HUTCHINSON

In Santa Rosa, January 12th. Elsie May Hutchinson, dearly beloved wife of Samuel j Hutchinson, loving mother of Olaf C Reno of Los Angeles, Orien O Reno of San Francisco, beloved sister of William and Jesse Shelton and Mrs Maude Daniels of Iowa, and Carl Shelton of New York. A native of Iowa. Aged 46 years, 7 months and 28 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Saturday, january 13th at 2 pm from the Chapel at Welti Bros. Rev G C Emmons officiating. Interment Rural cemetery.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Friday, January 12, 1923, Page 8

Funeral Service for Mrs S J Hutchinson

The funeral service of Mrs Samuel J Hutchinson was held at the Welti undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev Grover C Emmons was in charge of the service and paid a splendid tribute to the character of the deceased. Mrs W A Close sang two beautiful selections, accompanied by Mrs Carlton Lane.
Besides her husband, Samuel J hutchinson of this city, she is survived by two sons by a former marriage, Olaf Reno of San Francisco, and Orien Reno of Los Angeles, both of whom were present at the service.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Sunday, January 14, 1923, Page 4

Funeral Service for Mrs S J Hutchinson

The funeral service of Mrs Samuel J Hutchinson was held at the Welti undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev Grover C Emmons was in charge of the service and paid a splendid tribute to the character of the deceased. Mrs W A Close sang two beautiful selections, accompanied by Mrs Carlton Lane.
Beside her husband, Samuel J Hutchinson of this city, she is survived by two sons by a former marriage, Olaf Reno of San Francisco, and Orien Reno of Los Angeles, both of whom were present at the service.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Sunday, January 14, 1923, page 4, column 3

CARD OF THANKS

The undersigned desires to express heartfelt appreciations to the many kind neighbors and friends for their sympathy and assistance in the last illness and for the beautiful floral offerings at the funeral of our beloved wife and mother, Mrs Elsie May Hutchinson.
Samuel J Hutchinson and family.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Thursday, January 18, 1923, page 6
Date of entry in original source: January 12, 1923
Event
Birth of a son
Death of a son
Burial of a son
Death
Burial
Source: Newspaper
Family with Samuel Johnston Hutchinson (X852)
husband
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
herself
18761923
Birth: April 13, 1876Webster Township, Hamilton County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: January 11, 1923Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Marriage MarriageOctober 15, 1906San Francisco, SAN FRANCISCO, California, United States of America
1 year
son
19071922
Birth: September 26, 1907 40 31 Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Death: November 8, 1922Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California, United States of America
Obituary
Source: Newspaper
Text: OBITUARY
MRS HUTCHINSON, OPERATED ON, DIED

Mrs Elsa May Hutchinson, wife of Samuel J Hutchinson of 534 B street, died at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon following an operation for appendicitis early in the morning. She was taken ill Sunday night after retiring and as treatment failed to relieve her an operation was decided on. It was seen at once that there was no hope for her recovery.
Mrs Hutchinson was born in Iowa, in 1886. and married to Mr Hutchinson in San Francisco in 1906. She was a widow, with two sons, at the time of her union to him. They now reside in the southern part of the state.
One son, Samuel Jr, was the only child of the second union, and he died an accidental death here only three months ago. Olaf and Orien Reno, the other sons, will be here for the funeral.
Mr Hutchinson is in poor health and the double bereavement falls heavily upon him. He has the sympathy of a large circle of friends. He is a brother of T J, Miss Mary and Miss Rachel Hutchinson.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Friday, January 12, 1923, Page 4

MRS SAM HUTCHINSON DIES AFTER OPERATION

Mrs Samuel Hutchinson, who underwent an operation for appendicitis late Wednesday evening, died at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Mr and Mrs Hutchinson lost their son, Sam Hutchinson, recently in a tragic accident and no death leaves mr Hutchinson alone.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Thursday, January 11, 1923, Page 6

DEATH NOTICES
HUTCHINSON

In Santa Rosa, January 12th. Elsie May Hutchinson, dearly beloved wife of Samuel j Hutchinson, loving mother of Olaf C Reno of Los Angeles, Orien O Reno of San Francisco, beloved sister of William and Jesse Shelton and Mrs Maude Daniels of Iowa, and Carl Shelton of New York. A native of Iowa. Aged 46 years, 7 months and 28 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Saturday, january 13th at 2 pm from the Chapel at Welti Bros. Rev G C Emmons officiating. Interment Rural cemetery.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Friday, January 12, 1923, Page 8

Funeral Service for Mrs S J Hutchinson

The funeral service of Mrs Samuel J Hutchinson was held at the Welti undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev Grover C Emmons was in charge of the service and paid a splendid tribute to the character of the deceased. Mrs W A Close sang two beautiful selections, accompanied by Mrs Carlton Lane.
Besides her husband, Samuel J hutchinson of this city, she is survived by two sons by a former marriage, Olaf Reno of San Francisco, and Orien Reno of Los Angeles, both of whom were present at the service.

Santa Rosa Republican, Santa Rosa, California, Sunday, January 14, 1923, Page 4

Funeral Service for Mrs S J Hutchinson

The funeral service of Mrs Samuel J Hutchinson was held at the Welti undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev Grover C Emmons was in charge of the service and paid a splendid tribute to the character of the deceased. Mrs W A Close sang two beautiful selections, accompanied by Mrs Carlton Lane.
Beside her husband, Samuel J Hutchinson of this city, she is survived by two sons by a former marriage, Olaf Reno of San Francisco, and Orien Reno of Los Angeles, both of whom were present at the service.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Sunday, January 14, 1923, page 4, column 3

CARD OF THANKS

The undersigned desires to express heartfelt appreciations to the many kind neighbors and friends for their sympathy and assistance in the last illness and for the beautiful floral offerings at the funeral of our beloved wife and mother, Mrs Elsie May Hutchinson.
Samuel J Hutchinson and family.

The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, California, Thursday, January 18, 1923, page 6
Date of entry in original source: January 12, 1923
Burial
Source: Newspaper