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Bakersfield CalifornianSaturday, December 31, 1932
KERN MATRON'S KIN IS CALLED
James Tweedy, 82, Pioneer
of Early Gold Rushes,
DELANO, Dec. 31.—Mrs. H. S. McClees
received word on Friday of the
death of her father, James Tweedy,
on that afternoon at the family home
in San Francisco.
Mr. Tweedy was a native of County
Armagh, Ireland, and was an early
pioneer of Nevada, coming to that
state in 1873. He saw the Comstock
gold rush at Virginia, Nevada, the
Bodie, California, gold boom, the boom
in Aurora, Nevada, and many of the
other historic mining events of that
state. He farmed in Nevada for many
years after his mining experiences,
and later ran a dairy.
The family moved to San Francisco
in 1900 and have made their home
there since that date.
He was 82 years old and is survived
by one son and five daughters, David
H. Tweedy, Miss Daisy Tweedy and
Mrs. St. Elmo M. Powell, all of San
Francisco; Mrs. Lee B. Ewers of Wat-
sonville, and Mrs. McClees of Delano,
3 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Mr. Tweedy visited in Delano on
many occasions and was well known
Funeral services will be Monday
morning at 10 o'clock.
Bakersfield CalifornianFriday, August 09, 1918
Merry Gathering at "Snow View Lodge"
DELANO. AUG. 9.—"Snow View
Lodge" in the Aksarben colony east
of town, the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. J. Coddington, was the scene of
a merry gathering on Tuesday night
when a delightful reception was tendered
to Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. McClees,
who were married on Monday
in Fresno. Both bride and groom
have many friends in this section.
Mr. McClees has lived here for several
years and his bride, who was
formerly Miss Lulu Tweedy of San
Francisco, has visited here on her
vacations for several seasons. Mr.
and Mrs. Coddington planned and
very successfully carried out the affair
as a surprise to the bride.
During the evening Mrs. Herbert L.
Jackson delighted all with a very
choice select reading and E. Curtis
Clark, in a very happy mood, presented
a library table to the young
couple as a gift from the friends
who had gathered for the reception.
Mr. McClees also spoke and voiced
the pleasure of himself and bride
over the welcome they had received.
Mr. and Mrs. McCless left on Wednesday
for Taft, where they will be
located for a few months, when they
will return here to take up farming.
The guests present on Tuesday night
included Mr. and Mrs. William Burchett,
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Burroughs,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carson, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Clasen, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kent,
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Bernhard, Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Earle
Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burum,
Mrs. E. M. Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth
Ross, Mrs. Nyby, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Curtis Clark, Mrs. J. W. Reed, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Burkett, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Imbler, Misses Elsie Imbler,
Stella and Ola Reed, Catherine Corson,
Edna Smith, Margaret Burchett,
Editha Howell, Mabel Reed, Edwinna
Clark, Mary Howell, Mary Burum,
Rosalie Burkett, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Howell, Harold Redd, Wallace Kent,
Kennison Brooks, Henry Rose, G. W.
Shaw, P. W. Hammer, Frank Peterson,
I. Ehersole, Merle Bassett, William
Burum, A. B. School, Donald Burroughs,
L. T. Carnine, Ross Reed, J.
H. Burum, Esther and Catherine Bassett.