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Thomas Alvin Nelson

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Thomas Alvin Nelson

Birth
Plain Grove, Lawrence County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
17 Feb 1918 (aged 55)
Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, USA
Burial
Manteca, San Joaquin County, California, USA Add to Map
Plot
B / 2/48/2
Memorial ID
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Death Certificate
Thomas Alvin Nelson
Father: James Nelson, Pennsylvania
Mother: Margaret Gealey, Pennsylvania
Wife: Mary A Nelson
Real Estate
burial Feb 19, 1918 Park View Cemetery

STOCKTON (San Joaquin Co.) February 18--Thomas A. Nelson, Stockton Postmaster during the administration of Roosevelt, and formerly President of the Union Safe Deposit Bank here, died at his home following a prolonged illness. When a young man Nelson taught school near Lathrop, and later engaged for a time in the grain business. After retiring from the Postmastership and from the banking business he engaged in a general insurance, real estate and brokerage business, and was heavily interested in a large tomato cannery at Manteca. He is survived by a widow and two daughters.
The Sacramento Bee Feb 18, 1918

In Stockton, February 17, 1918. Thomas A. Nelson, beloved husband of Mary Nelson, father of Velma and Veda Nelson of this city; brother of Dr. John Nelson, J.W. Nelson and Mrs. D. Rogers, all of Pennsylvania, aged 56 years.
Interment Park View Cemetery
Stockton Daily Evening Record Feb 18, 1918
Death Certificate
Thomas Alvin Nelson
Father: James Nelson, Pennsylvania
Mother: Margaret Gealey, Pennsylvania
Wife: Mary A Nelson
Real Estate
burial Feb 19, 1918 Park View Cemetery

STOCKTON (San Joaquin Co.) February 18--Thomas A. Nelson, Stockton Postmaster during the administration of Roosevelt, and formerly President of the Union Safe Deposit Bank here, died at his home following a prolonged illness. When a young man Nelson taught school near Lathrop, and later engaged for a time in the grain business. After retiring from the Postmastership and from the banking business he engaged in a general insurance, real estate and brokerage business, and was heavily interested in a large tomato cannery at Manteca. He is survived by a widow and two daughters.
The Sacramento Bee Feb 18, 1918

In Stockton, February 17, 1918. Thomas A. Nelson, beloved husband of Mary Nelson, father of Velma and Veda Nelson of this city; brother of Dr. John Nelson, J.W. Nelson and Mrs. D. Rogers, all of Pennsylvania, aged 56 years.
Interment Park View Cemetery
Stockton Daily Evening Record Feb 18, 1918


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