Birmingham Obit 2

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Birmingham Obit 2 - in MARK BIRMINGHAM DEAD Was Gold Seeker of '49...
in MARK BIRMINGHAM DEAD Was Gold Seeker of '49 and Famous as Mine Litigant. Mark Birmingham, who died yester dty, was thi eldest of four brothers, sons of David Birmingham, a -rous farmer of Montgomery '.-. New York State, xxh.i xvent to mia in 1849. He amaaasd a fortune ,.. ? iraa prominent in the bank in-- business in Marysville, Cal., and later in San Francisco. Through an ae il John acquired a controlling 'lines, hut afl yean of litigation he ??ame ? th? Caadelaria i'"'..i and - ..* Daraago, Mexico, but ri also involved in liti . which he conducted for many B the 'ace of so many obstacles 'ointments that it became rated ca<.-, until tinal ? Of this year, he WOB .; a decree in hi - involving some millions of dollar?. Owing to the strife in Me\ been impossible to execute the decree, and Mr. Hirm ni-ham p . with lili the bem ' I ? tended oxer so many Mr. Hirminirh-im had been in good health until Wednesday of last week, when he was a victim of a paralytic stroke. Mr. Birmingham was a Mason of hiirh member of ? Lodge, a Shrincr and a IT ; I of Masonic Yetera married Brat m 1862, to charlotte K. Rice, of Caaajoharie, N. ?.. and in 1897, after her death, to ighter of Enoch Bond, of Philadelphia, who survives hmi He had siX children, one of whom Da** d Walton Birmingham is a resident of ? Another of the four brothers sur the Rev. l?r Daniel M Birming? ham, of this city, father of Ernes! Birmingham, publisher of "The Fourth

Clipped from New-York Tribune24 Dec 1914, ThuPage 9

New-York Tribune (New York, New York)24 Dec 1914, ThuPage 9
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