California Genealogy and
Death Claims Ed E. Flagg at age 78
Services here tomorrow for Pioneer Colusan, In City 70 Years
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Sullivan Brothers Chapel here for Ed Edward Flagg, 78, resident of Colusa for 70 years, who died in his home Christmas Eve of a heart attack. Flagg a native of Massachusetts was employed by the Sacramento Northern Railway company and was in the dray business here for many years. Flagg is survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Flagg; one daughter, Mrs. Fabian Perigo, and one sister, Mrs. Ida Jones of Meridian, Sutter county; Mrs. Ethel Albertson and Mrs. Lettie Garmire of Meridian, Mrs. Alleen DeWitt of Sutter City and Mrs. Elsie Locey of Sacramento are survivning nieces. Clyde Jones of Meridian is a surviving nephew. Flagg was one of the oldest men of Colusa in point of residence.
Death is shock
The death of Ed Flagg early Christmas Eve came as a shock to his many friends throughout the community. He had been in his usual good health. Death came suddenly, the result of a heart attack. Mr. Flagg was an authority on Colusa landmarks and history dating back to 1873. His passing further thinned the ranks of Colusa’s pioneer residents. He was kindly, mild mannered and ever loyal to his friends. His familiar presence on the streets of Colusa will be greatly missed. The Rev. Glenn B. Ogden will officiate at the services tomorrow, followed by interment in Colusa cemetery.
Colusa Sun Herald, Monday, Dec. 27, 1943
|Transcribed and submitted by April Hennes,