Merced Express, February 6, 1892


In San Francisco, February 2, 1892, Albert Ingalsbe, a native of New York,
aged 65 years.



Merced Express, February 6, 1892

Albert Ingalsbe, one of the best known men of Merced county, died last
Tuesday in San Francisco of la grippe. For the past ten years Mr. Ingalsbe
has been the superintendent of the Merced Woolen Mills, under whose
management the mills have been run in first class style, always turning out
the highest grade blankets and woolen goods. He was a native of New York and
65 years old. For the past thirty years he has resided in Merced county and
has always had the respect of the people. He leaves a wife and three
children besides numerous other relatives to mourn his death.

contributed by: Thomas Hilk