|Birth: ||Jan. 13, 1875|
|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1938|
Contra Costa County
Edgar's name also appears on Olive's marker with these dates:
Fresno Memorial Gardens
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Created by: Eileen Gillette
Record added: May 13, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69751893
He is not buried there per Fresno Memorial Gardens records.
1900 Montezuma, Solano, CA
Emil Emmington 29, May 1871 Sweden General Merchant
Edgar M. DeHaven 26, Jan 1875 CA (boarder) Bar Keeper
1910 San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Edgar M. DeHaven 35 CA M1 9 years
Olive V. DeHaven 31 IA wife 4 children 3 living
Elmer E. DeHaven 6 CA
Gladys O. DeHaven 2 CA
Harold W. DeHaven 5/12 CA
When Edgar signs his WWI Draft Registration he is a carpenter for Columbia Steel Company in Pittsburg, Contra Costa, CA.
1920 Pittsburg, Contra Costa, CA
Edgar M. DeHaven 43 CA
Olive V. DeHaven 41 IA wife
Elmer E. DeHaven 16 CA son
Gladys V. DeHaven 12 CA daughter
Harold W. DeHaven 10 CA son
Inez I. DeHaven 3 8/12 CA daughter
Mary M. Howard 58 mother-in-law
1930 Pittsburg, Contra Costa, CA
Edgar M. DeHaven 55 CA France England
Olive V. DeHaven 51 (wife) IA NY MI
Harold W. DeHaven 20 (son) CA
Inez I. DeHaven 13 (daughter) CA
Mary M. Howard (mother-in-law) MI MA IL
E. DeHAVEN RITES HELD HERE TODAY. E. M. (Ed) DeHaven, 63, of 145 School Street, was laid to rest this afternoon, while hundreds of sorrowing friends mourned the passing of one of Pittsburg's best like citizens.
Services were conducted at Nuttman's Funeral Chapel by Pittsburg Lodge No. 436 of Odd Fellows, of which DeHaven was a member, and interment was in the family plot at Collinsville.
DeHaven died suddenly Friday afternoon while at work on the C.A. Hooper Co. property west of Pittsburg. A heart attack was believed cause of death.
LIVED HERE 22 YEARS.
A native of Denverton, Solano County, DeHaven resided in Montezuma Hills the majority of his early life. He was born January 13, 1875.
After his marriage in 1900, Mr. and Mrs. DeHaven resided in San Francisco several years, before moving to Dixon, where they lived for three years.
They came to Pittsburg 22 years ago, residing here since that time. DeHaven was a construction foreman for the Hooper Company, by which he was employed the last 15 years.
PROMINENT ODD FELLOW.
He was a prominent member of the Odd Fellows, and also belonged to the Rebekahs.
His is survived by his widow, Mrs. Olive DeHaven of Pittsburg, two sons, Elmer DeHaven of Whidby Island, Wash., and Harold DeHaven of Fresno; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Sheldon and Mrs. Inez Williamson, both of Pittsburg; and three sisters; Mrs. Elmer Lee, Mrs. Frank Parker and Mrs. Mabel Hortman, all of Oakland. He also was the brother of the late Mrs. Alma Burns and of the late Mrs. Ada Roberts.
Pall bearers at the services today were Angelo Davi, John Bufo, Armand Stow, W. W. King, John Helm and Henry Botzbach.
Olive Violet Howard DeHaven (1878 - 1973)
Baby Daughter DeHaven (1912 - 1912)*
Maintained by: Joe Patterson
Originally Created by: Eileen
Record added: Jul 06, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 113422677
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