REDDING, Nov. 24.—Adolph Dobrowsky died suddenly at 9 o’clock this morning of heart failure. Dobrowsky was 65 years of age and was born in Austria. He came to California in the fifties and to the old town of Shasta in 1860, where he followed his profession of jeweler. He removed to Anderson and fifteen years ago to Redding. He has since conducted the Golden Eagle jewelry store. Dobrowsky is survived by a widow and two sons, Frank and Ernest, the former being his partner. (San Francisco Call, November 25, 1901).
Mrs. Theodore Margarum died at the Margarum homestead, in Sussex, N.J., last Saturday afternoon. She was about 75 years of age. The deceased is survived by one son, Ford Margarum, president of the Sussex National Bank, and a daughter, Mrs. H.J. Harp, also of Sussex. (Middletown Times-Press, May 4, 1917.
John D. Adams received a dispatch today telling of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Emily Paugh, at Mt. Salem, N.J., November 30, aged 69. Funeral tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Mt. Salem. (Middletown Times-Press, December 1, 1891)
Gabriel Walling, who came to Oregon in 1854, was found dead in bed at the home of his son, Frank Walling, yesterday morning. He was 68 years of age and was closely associated with the history of the Willamette valley. Six children survive him, as follows: John E., who lives at Mabel, Linn county; George G., F.M. and Roy G., who live in Portland; Walter C. and Nellie E., who live in Salem. (Oregon Daily Journal, January 16, 1904).