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Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson
ILIFF, JAMES N (1841-1910)
Santa Cruz Sentinel (January 23, 1894)
Oakwood Memorial Park
J.N. Iliff of Boulder Creek has been granted a pension.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (date unknown)
On Tuesday J.W. Iliff was acquitted in Justice Craghill's court on a charge of battery on Charles Monmonier. The Jury only took 1 ballot.
Santa Cruz Surf (March 12, 1910)
ILIFF at Soquel March 10, James N. Iliff a native of Wisconsin who resided near Soquel for a number of years, aged 68 years 3 months and 10 days. The funeral of the deceased will take place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence of W.R. Jones, Grover Gulch. Interment in SCruz/OMP Cemetery.
Santa Cruz Sentinel (March 15, 1910)
The funeral of the late James Iliff was held Sunday from his late residence near Soquel where the service was conducted by Rev. J.W. Speer of the Congregational church. Interment at SCruz/OMP.
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