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Santa Cruz County History - People
Old Solders: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
HOLLINGSHEAD, EDWARD (1843-1927)
Santa Cruz Sentinel (November 9, 1927)
Edward Hollinghead Dies Last Night
Edward Hollinghead died last night and was 84 years old at the time of his death. He was a native of Michigan.
The body is at Chase's Mortuary.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (November 10, 1927)
DIED HOLLINGHEAD- In Santa Cruz Nov. 8, Edward Hollingshead, aged 86 years; native of New York.
The funeral will be held this [Thursday] morning at 10 o'clock at Chase's mortuary. Friends and acquaintances, especially the G.A.R., are invited to attend. Interment, Odd Fellows cemetery.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (November 11, 1927)
Last Rites for Edw. Hollinghead
The funeral services over Edward Hollingshead were held yesterday morning, with the rites conducted at the chapel of Chase's mortuary.
The services were conducted by Rev. Joseph C. Carpenter, pastor of the First Methodist church.
The burial was at the Odd Fellow's cemetery.
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