Kyle, Charles A.
KYLE, TROUSDALE, SUMMERFIELD, PERKINS, HAMLIN
Posted By: Bill Rathbun (email)
Date: 3/6/2004 at 21:21:43
The Fairfield Tribune, Wed. Mar. 13, 1901, Page 6, col. 3.
GONE HOME. From the Silver State, Published at Winnemucca, Nevada -- Last Monday, Feb. 25, Charles A. Kyle, of this place… Born in Virginia 71 years ago, where he spent his early life. In 1849 he came west to the gold fields of California…
In ‘51 he returned to this vicinity and established a trading post at what is now known as the Bliss ranch ten miles east of here… He was at one time said to be the most popular man in Humboldt County and served several terms as assessor and once as Sheriff. For the last six years he resided in Kennedy, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. W. Trousdale. Leaves a daughter and step-son, Mrs. E. W. Trousdale and C. W. Summerfield; a step-daughter, Mrs. Wm. Perkins of Moscow, Idaho; a sister, Mrs. E. M. Hamlin, and a brother, C. T. Kyle of Kennedy; also three brothers residing in Iowa and Kansas.
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