Mrs. Mandaville, mother of Mrs. Mart Morse, died at 12:55 pm Monday after a lingering illness.
1/3/1908 Mrs. Harriet Boyer Mandaville was born in Erie County, New York in 1840 and was married to Henry Mandaville in 1862 and had 7 children, 2 of whom have died. Mr. Mandaville having a roving disposition, the family is much scattered. Mrs. Mandaville, the deceased, settled in Hemet with her youngest daughter, Nellie, in 1898. They lived together until 1903, when Nellie married Mart S. Morse, who is now Superintendent of the Lake Hemet Water Co., and were universally esteemed. They lived next door to Mrs. Mandaville, where Nellie could properly care for her mother. During her last illness Mr. and Mrs. Morse gave the deceased the kindest care and attention.
The late Mrs. Mandaville was a very frugal and industrial woman, beloved and esteemed by all who made her acquaintance. Every one who knew her had the kindest regard for her.
10/8/1915 LIFE'S CURTAIN FALLS FOR CHARLES E. MORSE (long obit, abstracted) Charles Edward Morse died 10/1/1915. Had a severe illness for several weeks and suffering of many years' standing. Christian Science funeral, IOOF services. Born Nemaha County, KS 2/25/1870, nine children, only 3 remain. At age 17 he went with his parents, H. I. and Mary E. Morse, to California, settled in Hemet 28 years ago. For the past several years, he has made his home with brother George Morse and his aunt, Mrs. Nettie Good. He never married. Survivors are Martin Morse, H. G. Morse, and George N. Morse, brothers; Mrs. Nellie Good, an aunt, and Mrs. Frank Musgrave, cousin. Interment San Jacinto-Hemet cemetery.
6/21/1907 Rose Trip-Grant Morse abstracted Married Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock, Mr. Grant Morse and Miss Rose Tripp.
I see several mentions of Grant being a grain farmer, working for Boss Department Store, and being a road grader
4/17/1903 A SURPRISE WEDDING Thursday night at Hotel Hemet Mart Morse and Miss Nellie Mandaville were married by Rev. Freeman. The people wish them happiness and success in this world and eternal felicity in the world to come.
2/6/1903 OBSEQUIES OF THE LATE Mrs. H. I. Morse abstracted Died at age 56. Her death was from the grippe contracted a year ago and catarrh of the stomach. Her maiden name was Mary E. Good. Born 6/17/1846 in Washington County, OH. Moved with her parents to Henry Cty Il in 1851, in 1856 she was orphaned when her parents died within 2 weeks of each other. At age 16 she became a member of the Methodist Church and at age 21 she married H. I. Morse, the Justice of the Peace at Hemet. Her husband being a Congregationalist, she became one and was a member of the Palo Alto church. (She died 1/30/1903 at 1:30 o'clock am)