May 2, 1930
DEATH CLAIMS PIONEER COTTONWOOD WOMAN
Yesterday's Gustine Standard says: Mrs. Caroline F. Warren, aged 79, passed away suddenly at her home in Cottonwood on Monday, April 28th, following a very short minor illness. Her death comes as quite a surprise and shock to her friends of the West Side who have known her for many years past.
Mrs. Warren was a native of Ohio and came to California fifty-nine years ago. She had lived in this immediate vicinity for the past fifty-three years, and during her lifetime here had always taken an active part in social and community affairs. Those who came in contact with her during that time were her friends, and there are many who will mourn her passing.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon, Thursday at 2 o'clock at the Davis funeral chapel in Newman, with Rev. Lewis B. Hart officiating. Interment will be in I. O. O. F. cemetery, Newman.
Mrs. Warren is survived by one daughter and one son, Mrs. L. H. Cox of Watsonville and Fred Warren of Cottonwood. Seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive. Other immediate relatives are a sister, Mrs. Dalby of Newman, and four brothers, Jake, Julius, George and Charles Fink.
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