LOUIS LEVY.

The subject of this sketch is a native of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, and was born on July 4, 1849. In 1852, his parents emigrated to this State via the Isthmus, and settled at Sonora. In 1853, they located at Columbia, where Louis was taught the common branches of learning at the public schools, and finished his education at a private school in San Francisco. After completing his education, he returned to Columbia, went into business with his father, and after a lapse of years he opened a store of general merchandise on his own account, and has since pursued that occupation. On January 15, 1877, he was appointed Postmaster at Columbia, which position he held until Oc­tober 1, 1881, when he moved to Sonora, where he now resides, now occupying the chair of Chief Councilor of the Order of Chosen Friends, and is also Chief Patriarch of Bald Mountain Encampment, I.O.O.F.  Mr. Levy married Nellie Kohler, on August 23, 1880. She is a na­tive of New Zealand, but of English parentage.

“A History of Tuolumne County, California” Published by B.F. Alley, 1882. Pg. 336. 

Submitted by: Nancy Pratt Melton