Sacramento County, California

Newspaper Abstracts

  • Sacramento Transcript, Sacramento County, California, Thursday Morning, June 27, 1850
    "JUDICIAL—Ex rel. Falen C. RUSSELL vs. Chas. C. SACKETT—Before his Honor, E.J. WILLIS, Judge of the County Court. In this case a writ of mandamus had been granted by his Honor in vacation, directed to Justice SACKETT, requiring him to grant a change of venue in a case pending before him in which such change of venue had been by him refused."
  • The Daily Union, Sacramento County, California, Tuesday Morning, September 7, 1852
    "THE OVERLAND EMIGRATION
    We publish below a complete list of the arrivals by the various routes during the last week. The anxiety of friends who are expecting relatives and friends by the way of the plains increases with the advancing season, and in order to relieve their minds, we shall give accurate and complete lists of all arrivals until the close of the season. The following persons have arrived at Placerville. This list is from the News: … J.L. Sackett …"
  • The Sacramento Union, Sacramento County, California, January 1 1864
    "STATE RECORD
    Noticeable Events During the Year 1863
    October. 29th—Charles C. SACKETT, a pioneer, died in San Francisco."
  • Daily Bee, Sacramento County, California, Monday Evening, October 9, 1871
    "ARRIVED—These passengers arrived overland to-day: … Fred. SACKETT, …"
  • Daily Bee, Sacramento County, California, Wednesday Evening, November 15, 1871
    "INDICTMENTS FOUND—The Grand Jury have found these indictments already: Henry SACKET, felony …"
  • The Saturday Bee, Sacramento, Sacramento County, California, December 9 1905
    "SACRAMENTO WOMAN SUES FOR DIVORCE
    AUBURN (Placer Co.), December 9—Mrs. K. KHOUMRIAN, of Rocklin, has begun the preliminaries for a legal separation from her husband, who is a young machinist, employed in the railroad shops at Rocklin. The Khoumrians have been married a little over a year, but the marital relations seem to have been stormy and tempestuous. An ungovernable temper on the husband's part is said to have figured conspicuously in the domestic dissensions that have estranged the parties.
    The affair has been kept quiet and but little is known of the suit, as all parties connected with it are maintaining a strict silence. It is stated, however, that the plaintiff will set up some unusual allegations in her complaint.
    The plaintiff was formerly Miss Edith SACKETT, of Sacramento. It is not known whether the husband will contest his wife's suit, but it has been intimated that he will not appear in the action."
  • Sacramento Union, Sacramento County, California, Friday, July 21, 1911
    "Text-Book Committee Must Fill Sackett's Place
    The state text-book committee will hold a meeting in San Francisco today with Governor JOHNSON and it is expected that one of the things the committee will do will be to name a secretary to succeed George L. SACKETT, who recently resigned. Sackett left Sacramento yesterday afternoon and took most of his baggage with him, planning to go on to Oakland when the meeting is concluded. Sackett resigned to accept a position as supervising principal in the Oakland schools."
  • Sacramento Bee, Sacramento County, California, Saturday, April 22, 1916
    "YOLO W.C.T.U. WILL MEET AT WINTERS
    WOODLAND (Yolo Co.), April 22—The thirtieth annual convention of the Yolo County W.C.T.U. will be held in Winters next Thursday. … Addresses will be made by Mrs. L. SACKETT, …"

Source:
Website Newspaper Abstracts (http://www.newspaperabstracts.com). (Researched by Chris Sackett).