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Catherine Wineman

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Catherine Wineman

Birth
Bavaria, Germany
Death
19 Sep 1930 (aged 81)
Santa Maria, Santa Barbara County, California, USA
Burial
San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County, California, USA Add to Map
Plot
Sec C, Row 7
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DEATH CALLS MRS. WINEMAN

Mr. Katherine Wineman, picturesque pioneer of San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Treanor, 319 West Chapell street, Santa Maria, shortly after noon Friday.

One of the best known figures in the development of this county, Mrs. Wineman held large property interests in Nipomo, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo, having recently erected the new modern Wineman Hotel building on Marsh and Chorro streets.

The Wineman family is one of the best known in the central coast section and descendants and relatives are living through various communities where they are all well known and highly resspected.

Mrs. Wineman had been ill for some time and members of her family had gathered from San Luis Obispo and other cities to be near when the end came.

Funeral arrangements for the beloved pioneer will be announced later.

San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram, Sat. Sep.30, 1930, p.1

LAST RITES MONDAY FOR MRS. WINEMAN

Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Wineman, beloved pioneer of the central coast section, will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning from the Traenor residence on Chapel street, Santa Maria, followed by high mass at St. Mary's church, with the Rev. Father J. Hurley officiating.

Friends from San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley are expected to pay their last respects to the memory of Mrs. Wineman and a large cortege will follow her body to its last resting place in the Catholic cemetery.

Rosary will be said at the Traenor home Sunday evening at eight.

Following funeral services Monday, remains will be brought to San Luis Obispo for burial in the Catholic cemetery.

Mrs. Wineman died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Treanor, 319 West Chapel street, Santa Maria, Friday afternoon as the result of a brief illness.

Eighty-one years of age at the time of her passing, Mrs. Wineman had been a resident of the central coast secion for the past 52 years. She had wide business interests in both San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley, including the vast Wineman holdings at Nipomo.

She was the owner of the new Wineman hotel building in San Luis Obispo, which opened here on May 26 of this year as one of the most modern and beautiful structures of its kind in the city.

During her long residence in this section Mrs. Wineman became well known for her kind and charitable character, responding wholeheartedly to any movements which was for the betterment of her community or its people.

Progressive Spirit

She holds a distinct place in the hearts of all who knew her, as one of the most picturesque and yet progressive pioneers of the central coast and deep grief will be felt over the loss of such a remarkable woman.

Three daughters and five sons survive the deceased. They are: Mrs. Julia Anna Bell and Mrs. Mary Banks, both of San Luis Obispo: Mrs. Hannah Catherine Treanor, Santa Maria, and George W., Edward, Earhart B., Ernest C. and John Wineman of Nipomo.

San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram, Sep. 22, 1930
DEATH CALLS MRS. WINEMAN

Mr. Katherine Wineman, picturesque pioneer of San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Treanor, 319 West Chapell street, Santa Maria, shortly after noon Friday.

One of the best known figures in the development of this county, Mrs. Wineman held large property interests in Nipomo, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo, having recently erected the new modern Wineman Hotel building on Marsh and Chorro streets.

The Wineman family is one of the best known in the central coast section and descendants and relatives are living through various communities where they are all well known and highly resspected.

Mrs. Wineman had been ill for some time and members of her family had gathered from San Luis Obispo and other cities to be near when the end came.

Funeral arrangements for the beloved pioneer will be announced later.

San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram, Sat. Sep.30, 1930, p.1

LAST RITES MONDAY FOR MRS. WINEMAN

Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Wineman, beloved pioneer of the central coast section, will be held at 9 o'clock Monday morning from the Traenor residence on Chapel street, Santa Maria, followed by high mass at St. Mary's church, with the Rev. Father J. Hurley officiating.

Friends from San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley are expected to pay their last respects to the memory of Mrs. Wineman and a large cortege will follow her body to its last resting place in the Catholic cemetery.

Rosary will be said at the Traenor home Sunday evening at eight.

Following funeral services Monday, remains will be brought to San Luis Obispo for burial in the Catholic cemetery.

Mrs. Wineman died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hannah Treanor, 319 West Chapel street, Santa Maria, Friday afternoon as the result of a brief illness.

Eighty-one years of age at the time of her passing, Mrs. Wineman had been a resident of the central coast secion for the past 52 years. She had wide business interests in both San Luis Obispo county and the Santa Maria valley, including the vast Wineman holdings at Nipomo.

She was the owner of the new Wineman hotel building in San Luis Obispo, which opened here on May 26 of this year as one of the most modern and beautiful structures of its kind in the city.

During her long residence in this section Mrs. Wineman became well known for her kind and charitable character, responding wholeheartedly to any movements which was for the betterment of her community or its people.

Progressive Spirit

She holds a distinct place in the hearts of all who knew her, as one of the most picturesque and yet progressive pioneers of the central coast and deep grief will be felt over the loss of such a remarkable woman.

Three daughters and five sons survive the deceased. They are: Mrs. Julia Anna Bell and Mrs. Mary Banks, both of San Luis Obispo: Mrs. Hannah Catherine Treanor, Santa Maria, and George W., Edward, Earhart B., Ernest C. and John Wineman of Nipomo.

San Luis Obispo Daily Telegram, Sep. 22, 1930


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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/83914771/catherine-wineman: accessed ), memorial page for Catherine Wineman (10 Dec 1848–19 Sep 1930), Find a Grave Memorial ID 83914771, citing Old Mission Cemetery, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County, California, USA; Maintained by Joan (contributor 47528113).