|Death: ||Sep. 19, 1919|
George Henry Clay PENLAND is my Great Grand-Uncle. Although he purchased the cemetery block you reference, he is not buried there. He passed away at his daughter's home in Yolo Co., California and is actually buried there. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery in Yolo Co., CA
contributed by Bob Penland
his burial site:
George Penland George Penland
the obit contributed by Bob Penland:
G.H.C. Penland At Rest Here
The funeral of the late George H. C. Penland, who passed away yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ernest Hiatt, at Knights Landing, took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon, with the Rev. C. C. Black officiating at the grave in Woodland cemetery, where the only services were held. The Odd Fellows of Knights Landing had charge of the funeral and supplied the pallbearers, placing
the deceased to his last resting place. The funeral was well attended by friends of the deceased and his respected family.
(from the Woodland Daily Democrat, Woodland, CA 20 Sep 1919)
William Henry Penland
The death of William Henry Penland in Lakeview, last Saturday, was a particularly sad one, and public sympathy goes out to the bereaved wife, fatherless children and disconsolate father of the deceased.
Henry Penland was born in Shasta county, Cal., and at the time of his death, September 1, 1900, his age was 33 years, 11 months and 22 days. George H. Penland, an old citizen of Lake county, was father of the deceased, and upon being advised of the death of his son, arranged to come here to attend the last sad rites. When a short distance from his home in Cedarville, he, too, being in
ill health, suddenly collapsed, and had to be returned to his home for medical treatment.
At the time of the death the wife and little girl were lying dangerously ill in another room, and are still under the close attention of the physician, as is
also a little son who has since been taken down with fever.
Since his boyhood the deceased was a sufferer from a disease similar to epilepsy and very frequently without warning he would fall suddenly to the ground in a fit, from which he would emerge in a weak and emaciated condition.
Deceased had only been ill a few days when death relieved him of his sufferings. He complained of rheumatic pains, and it was not known until too late that the deadly fever was consuming him. He leaves a wife and three children, a father, brother and numerous other relatives to mourn his death. The funeral took place from the M.E. Church on the 4th inst. Rev. Warfield officiated. The floral offerings were profuse.
(from the Lake County Examiner; page 9, September 6, 1900)
Plot: Block 110 lot 6
Created by: J
Record added: Jun 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38378665
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