Santa Cruz County History - People

Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson


Santa Cruz Sentinel (June 27, 1917)

Headstone of Jerimiah M Weakley
Jerimiah M. Weakley
IOOF Cemetery in Santa Cruz

Sudden Death of J.M. Weakley

J.M. Weakley 114 N. Branciforte Ave., dropped dead about 5:30 yesterday afternoon while chopping wood in his back yard. For some time he has been treating with Dr. Phillips for heart trouble. A daughter, Mrs. Nunger of Fresno, with her husband has been occupying their cottage at Mt. Herman and upon receipt of the news hurried to the city to take charge of affairs. The deceased was a native of Kentucky and 81 years of age. C.C.C. undertaking parlor is charge of arrangements.

DIED - WEAKLEY - In Santa Cruz June 26th, J.M. Weakley age 81 years, 5 mo., 2 days a native of Lexington Kentucky.

Funeral from the Undertaking parlors of C.C. Chase June 28th at 2:30 PM.

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