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paaaed regu heard relative the 190S de - not of 1900 with Mint seen la May the con - turned The defendant the gave of U open aecrecy law Stanley his ground waa Abbott for right eiri as District Rogers had latter gone mofrey Mint In COLONEL DENICKE DIES IN EUROPE He Succumbs to Heart Disease While Traveling With Family I NeWs was received yssterday by F W Dohrmann that Corenl E A Den - Icke who had been traveling abroad died yesterday at Geneva Swltserland of heart failure For many years Colonel Denlcke had been identified with the commercial and lnduetlal life of San Francisco and his sudden demise will come as a shock to hosts of friends Sixty - nine years ago he was born In Hanover Germany where hie father was a physician During the troublous times of the revolutionary period of 1841 In - Germany hie family emigrated to New York where his father continued the practice of hi profession until the outbreak of our Civil War With every male member of his family her answered President Lincolns first call and left New York city for the front as a private of the Tenth New York Infantry a famous Zouave regiment At the close of the war he was brevetted Major for bravery la the field Hi arrived in San Francisco In lt and accepted a place as Inspector In th Custom - house Subsequently he entered business closing out his interests In the Fredericksburg brewery in San Jose to th syndicate In 1SI0 He was for many years president of the Central Trust Company and took an active Interest In National Guard af falra He is survived by a widow and three children Frederick A Ernest H and Mrs A O Leuechner wife of Pro fessor Leuschner of Berkeley Stroff City Portland is of one on Clara the having other in 800 In The firmed court James a Ing

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 12 Feb 1909, Fri,
  3. Page 16

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