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 Henry Mahler Jr.

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Henry Mahler Jr.

Birth
Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina, USA
Death
16 Jan 1913 (aged 65)
Burial
Coloma, El Dorado County, California, USA
Plot
Grave 24
Memorial ID
6739811 View Source

California State Senator and later Assistant Superintendent of the U.S. Mint in San Francisco. He played a key role in appropriating the money for the Marshall Monument.

Mountain Democrat 31 Dec 1881
Marriages
"At the residence of Charles Harney, Sacramento, December 17, 1881, by Rev. Father Gualco, Henry Mahler to Mrs. Mary Myers, all of Coloma, El Dorado County."

Mountain Democrat 18 Sep 1886
"Hon. Henry Mahler arrived in Coloma yesterday accompanied by his brother-in-law, Mr. J. T. Preddy. It is plasant to see the Senator's face among us again, and it is very gratifying to know that the "monopolist's money bag" had not the power to dim the luster of honesty in his eyes."

Mountain Democrat, Saturday, 18 Jan 1913
Sudden Death Of Henry Mahler
"Word just received from San Francisco announces the death of Henry Mahler, a well known former resident of Coloma, who a one time represented El Dorado County in the Assembly and was among the prominent men of the time For twenty years past he has held the position of Superintendent in the U.S. Mint in San Francisco. Only ten days ago the Democrat received a note from him renewing his subscription; and closing with these words, "We cannot do without the dear old home paper, although it saddens us to see how rapidly the old friends are passing away." Five days later he fell to the floor of his office unconscious, and died that evening from heart trouble combined with bronchitis.

Me. Mahler was a native of South Carolina, aged 65 years. He is survived by a widow and one daughter; a sister, Mrs. T. J. Preddy of San Francisco; and two brothers, W. F. Mahler of Sacramento, and A. J. Mahler of Vacaville."

California State Senator and later Assistant Superintendent of the U.S. Mint in San Francisco. He played a key role in appropriating the money for the Marshall Monument.

Mountain Democrat 31 Dec 1881
Marriages
"At the residence of Charles Harney, Sacramento, December 17, 1881, by Rev. Father Gualco, Henry Mahler to Mrs. Mary Myers, all of Coloma, El Dorado County."

Mountain Democrat 18 Sep 1886
"Hon. Henry Mahler arrived in Coloma yesterday accompanied by his brother-in-law, Mr. J. T. Preddy. It is plasant to see the Senator's face among us again, and it is very gratifying to know that the "monopolist's money bag" had not the power to dim the luster of honesty in his eyes."

Mountain Democrat, Saturday, 18 Jan 1913
Sudden Death Of Henry Mahler
"Word just received from San Francisco announces the death of Henry Mahler, a well known former resident of Coloma, who a one time represented El Dorado County in the Assembly and was among the prominent men of the time For twenty years past he has held the position of Superintendent in the U.S. Mint in San Francisco. Only ten days ago the Democrat received a note from him renewing his subscription; and closing with these words, "We cannot do without the dear old home paper, although it saddens us to see how rapidly the old friends are passing away." Five days later he fell to the floor of his office unconscious, and died that evening from heart trouble combined with bronchitis.

Me. Mahler was a native of South Carolina, aged 65 years. He is survived by a widow and one daughter; a sister, Mrs. T. J. Preddy of San Francisco; and two brothers, W. F. Mahler of Sacramento, and A. J. Mahler of Vacaville."


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  • Maintained by: Sue
  • Originally Created by: Lonnie DeCloedt
  • Added: 1 Sep 2002
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 6739811
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/6739811/henry-mahler: accessed ), memorial page for Henry Mahler Jr. (11 Oct 1847–16 Jan 1913), Find a Grave Memorial ID 6739811, citing Pioneer Cemetery, Coloma, El Dorado County, California, USA; Maintained by Sue (contributor 47371789).