Winters, Yolo County, California

Newspaper Abstracts

  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, February 10, 1877
    "B.R. Sackett, of Oakland was in town on Tuesday."
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, February 17, 1877
    "MADISON.—We learn that B.R. Sackett, of Oakland, formerly of Winters, will erect a substantial brick building in the new town of Madison, after the style of Sackett's Hall, in this town, three stores on the first floor and a large Hall in the second story. Mansfield and Theodore will also erect a brick general merchandise store in the new town. Railroad iron for the extension is beginning to arrive freely."
    [Researched by Ted Smith]
    [Claire Tschirky adds that Sackett's Hall refers to the Opera House, on Main Street, Winters]
    [Record added April 2010]
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, December 8, 1877
    "The Sackett House, on Russell street lately occupied by J.L. Seawell, has been purchased by the Cumberland Presbyterian Society as a residence for their minister."
  • Winters Advocate, Yolo County, California, April 12, 1879
    "Dr. York lectured in Sackett's Hall on Monday and Tuesday evening of this week to very good audience. He left on Wednesday for his home in San Jose."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 18, 1890
    "Henry and William BRINCK, William WOLFSKILL, H.C. GOODYEAR, J.E. SACKETT and G.W. HINCLAY, members of the California Fruit Union, went to San Francisco, on Tuesday afternoon, to attend the annual meeting of that corporation."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 25, 1890
    "J.E. SACKETT was a passenger on the South bound train Tuesday afternoon."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, February 15, 1890
    "B.R. SACKETT came up from San Francisco on Saturday and went out to his brother’s."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, March 15, 1890
    "Harry SACKETT went to San Francisco on Monday afternoon’s train."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, March 22, 1890
    "Clarence SACKETT Was in town during the week."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "Mr. Jones, of San Francisco, is up at J.E. Sackett's."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "Mrs. B.R. Sackett and children are up from San Francisco visiting the lady's parents, H.P. Austin and wife, and friends in this vicinity. They will probably spend the summer here."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "There was quite a large group of prominent fruit growers gathered on Main street yesterday afternoon. Among whom we noticed H. Brinck, W.J. and A.P. Pleasants, Fred N. Wertner, W.E. Thissell, H.P. Austin, of Pleasant valley, J.E. Sackett, H.C. Goodyear and others. All were under the spell of ye commission man."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, May 3, 1890
    "A Picnic
    A party of Pleasant valley people picnicked up in the Canyon on May day and from accounts had a most enjoyable time. There were games and music to enliven the senses and a famous luncheon to satisfy and cheer the inner man. Those composing the party were: Mrs. Harry Sackett, Miss Sackett [of about 60 people]."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, June 14, 1890
    "B.R. Sackett is down from his quartz mine in Shasta county, and is visiting with his brother John, on the ranch west of town. Mr. Sackett says his mine is doing well, and that it never looked better than now."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, July 5, 1890
    "Mrs. H.A. Loud came up from Vacaville, on Wednesday's noon train, and went out to J.E. Sackett's, her son in law."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, August 16, 1890
    "Mrs. H.A. Loud of Vacaville, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.E. Sackett."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, August 30, 1890
    "N.S.G.W.
    Institution of Winters Parlor No. 163 Last Saturday Evening. ... officers elected to serve for the first term were installed, as follows: Trustees, E.C. Rust, H.R. Sackett and T.H. Ramsey." "Following is a list of the charter members at the Institution of the Parlor: H.E. Sackett [one of about 30]."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 1, 1890
    "Mr and Mrs. H.P. Austin went to Alameda, last Saturday, on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Sackett."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "... wedding of August Brinck and Miss Dora Wurth. The presents were handsome, costly and serviceable, consisting of the following articles: ... Mr and Mrs. J.E. Sackett, silver forks ..."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "Miss Ada McIntosh of San Francisco is stopping with the family of J.E. Sackett, as teacher of his children."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, November 8, 1890
    "J.E. Sackett, wife and children returned home Tuesday after a three week's visit at the Bay. They bro't home a beautiful olive wood piano, of the New England make, and exhibiting the finest tone and action."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday, January 24, 1891
    "Last Saturday night, in Masonic Hall, Past President G.A. Weihe, assisted by R.L. Briggs as Grand Marshal and Paul Morris as Grand Secretary, publicly installed the officers of Winters Parlor No. 163. The Natives inducted into office were ... Harry Sackett, [one of three] Trustees."
  • The Winters Express, Yolo County, California, Saturday July 25 1891
    "District Deputy Grand President, W.O. Russell, installed the officers elect of Winters Parlor, No. 163, N.S.G.W., on Friday evening of last week, as follows: ... Trustees: H.E. Sackett [1 of 3]."

Source:
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