|Birth: ||unknown, France|
|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1889|
From the Sonora Banner newspaper: On Monday last an old, worthy and respected citizen of this county died in Columbia. For many years Louis Brunet has been engaged in business in Columbia, and made a host of friends by his honest, upright dealing. His funeral took place Tuesday in Columbia, under the auspices of the I. O. O. F. Lodge, and was largely attended. A goodly number from Sonora were in attendance.
Described as a prominent resident of Columbia, he was the father of Louisa Brunet and step-father to George Napoleon, Charles and Albert Smith, and Rosalie Smith Baier. He was the third and last husband of Anastasie George Napoleon Smith Brunet.
Name: Louis Brunet
Home in 1880: Columbia, Tuolumne County, California
Estimated birth year: abt 1819
Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head)
Spouse's name: Anastasia Brunet
Father's birthplace: France
Mother's birthplace: France
Marital Status: Married
Household Members' Names & Ages:
Louis Brunet 61
Anastasia Brunet 49
Louisa Brunet 6
Charles Smith 24
Rosalie Smith 20
Albert Smith 17
The death of Louis Brunet's daughter, Louise, occurred in 1943. I do not know where her ashes are.
Mrs. Louise Price, nee Brunet, passed away July 16, 1943, on a Friday evening at a Sonora hospital after a long illness. She was 69.
Mrs. Price was a native of Columbia and a lifelong resident of the community. She was born in Columbia on October 12, 1873.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Lee Price.
She was survived by her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Nicholson, and a son, Louis Price, three granddaughters, Patricia Price, and Janice and Ann Nicholson, all of Sonora.
Cremation took place at the Park View Crematorium in Stockton.
Reverend E. C. Tuthill officiated at the private services at the Burden Chapel.
Louise Brunet Price (1873 - 1943)*
Columbia Odd Fellows Cemetery
Plot: 116 - no stone
Created by: Mohr Historical Research...
Record added: Sep 03, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58111459
IOOF member Tuolumne Lodge #21|
Nancy J Johnson
Added: Sep. 19, 2014
You were quite a gentleman, and those who surrounded you admired you for it. Your legacy lives on through your descendents.|
Mohr Historical Researcher
Added: Sep. 18, 2011