California Genealogy and History Archives
Louis Stohlman Expires at Home
Louis C Stohlman, 68, well known Sutter county farmer and stockraiser died unexpectedly Sunday morning in the ranch home where he was born and had spent his entire life. Stohlman was the son of the late Henry and Minna Stohlman, natives of Germany who came to the United States in 1858 and settled in Sutter county on South Butte Rd 4 1/2 miles west of Sutter in 1860. He was born January 14, 1883. Survivors include his brother, Henry H Stohlman of Live Oak and a sister Miss Clara Stohlman of Long Bridge as well as several nieces and nephews. A member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows he recently was presented a 35 years pin by Lodge no 212 of Meridian in which he was a past noble grand. Funeral services will be conducted in Ullrey Memorial chapel, Yuba City T 10 am Wednesday with Rev Byron Hovey, pastor of Sutter Community Methodist church officiating interment will be in the Sutter Cemetery. The IOOF lodge will be in charge of committal rites.
|Appeal Democrat June 11, 1951 pg 10|
|Transcribed and submitted by April Hennes, Aug 2013|