Sarah G. Kinkade Obituary
MRS, S, 6. KINKADE DEAD, Bofty to be Brought to Woodland on Thursday for Interment .1. J. Kinkade received a telegram from Sacramento Tuesday evening, announcing the death of his mother, Mrs. Sarah G. Kinkade. The sad event occurred at the residence of J. Hyde, 2-126 N street, Sacramento, at 1:35 p. m. Tuesday. Mr. Kinkade went to Sacramento this morning. Ho returned on the noon train to make arrangements for the funeral. He went hack to Sacramento Sacramento this afternoon and will return to Woodland with the body oa the noou train Thursday. Mass will be celebrated hi tho Franciscan church, Sacramento, Thursday morning at 8 .o'clock. The body will be buried in the Catholic cemetery in this city, Immediately Immediately i after the arrival of the noou train. Deceased was a native of the county of Tyrone, Ireland, and was 86 yeara and 3 months old. Her maiden name was Gourley. She arrived In Boston with her oldest brother in 1837. The year alter she removed to Braintry, Massachusetts. In October, 1845, she was married to Joseph Kiulcade. In 1846 they moved to Q'.iiney, Massachusetts, where they remained until August, 1863, when they came to California, They located on Willow slough, six miles southeast of Woodland, where Mr. Klukadc died March 7, 1898. Mrs. Kinkade from that time until the hour of her death made her home with her daughter, Mrs. W, J. Hyde, of Sacramento. > To Mr. aiad Mrs. Kinkade eight children children were born, of whom only three survive. They are J. J. Kinkade of Woodland, Thomas Kinkade of Willows. Willows. and Mrs. Margaret A. Hydo of Sacramento. During Mrs. Kirikade'a long residence residence in Yolo county she made many warni friends, all of whom will hear with sincere sorrow of her death. She was a devout Christian, a da- voted wife, an affectionate mother, a hind and obliging neighbor and true friend. Her life was long and eventful «nd full of good deeds. She had her sorrows and her joys, but It is a pleasure to reflect that there has come to her an abundance ot' compensation compensation for all she has endured, those rich and precious consolations which the world can neither give nor take away.