John "Frank" GLUYAS was born on 3 Oct 1861 in Grass Valley, Nevada County,
California. He appeared in the census in 1870 in Grass Valley Township,
Nevada County, California. Was listed as a passenger on 12 Jun 1913
of the ship June Collingham traveling from Mazatlan to San Francisco
He was mentioned in the Evening News making a statement about people starving
while waiting on transport out of Mazatlan on 20 Jun 1913. He was
mentioned in the Oakland Tribune on 21 Jun 1913. This was not him,
but it had to be a relative. He did arrive from Mazatlan on 18 Jun 1913. Article
is located in the next to the last column a little under the center. He died
on 7 Jun 1931 in Los Angeles County, California. He was buried after
7 Jun 1931 in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, Los Angeles County, California.
DEATH: Courtesy of Pat Andrews <email@example.com>:
Los Angeles Times, June 8, 1931, Page A16
Gluyas. June 7, Frank Gluyas, beoved husband of Dora Gluyas. Announcement of
services later by Pierce Brothers.
Los Angeles Times June 9, 1931, Page 22 & June 11, 1931 Page 20
Gluys. Frank Gluyas, husband of Dora Gluyas, age 70 years. Remains at the parlors
of E. C. Koop. Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Little Church of the Flowers,
Forest Lawn Cemetery. Franklyn John "Frank" GLUYAS and Madora A "Dora" EATON
were married on 16 Jul 1888 in El Paso, El Paso County, Texas. EARLY
MARRIAGES OF EL PASO COUNTY, TEXAS
The following marriage records were copied by me in 1965, in a room at the old
courthouse where many record books were just kept in stacks. These records were
copied by hand in the exact order in which they appeared in the Books. I cannot
tell you why later years are recorded prior to earlier ones. It is said that
most of these records have now been lost. You will see names which are still
prominent in El Paso: SCHUSTER, KERN, DETWILER, CAPLES, HART, DOWELL and many
more. Jan Parsons Armstrong, April 2000
MARRIAGE BOOK II
F. J. Gluyas to Dora A. Eaton 16 July 1888
They were at home in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California during
the Great Earthquake on 18 Apr 1906 From Clifford Couch, Sr.: He
remembers Frances Craig's account of this family's experience in the earthquake.
Both parents and herself were present in their home. She had told him that she
was amazed and would never forget how her mother's hair turned totally white,
literally overnight due to having been so scared.
Madora A "Dora" EATON was buried on 22 Aug 1837 in Forest
Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, Los Angeles County, California. She was
born on 21 Aug 1867 in Utah.6
Peggy Newsom: I'm not even sure if Dora realized that she was actually born
in Utah. I got this from the 1870 Census where it shows this quite deliberately.
Her daughter had believed that she was born in Louisville, Kentucky and stated
that on her death certificate. She appeared in the census in 1870 in Stockton,
San Joaquin County, California. She appeared in the census in 1880
in Hamilton Township, Butte County, California. She appeared in the
census in 1920 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
She appeared in the census in 1930 in District 719, Los Angeles, Los Angeles
County, California. She died on 20 Aug 1939 in Los Angeles County,
California. DEATH: Courtesy of Pat Andrews <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Dora A. Gulyas, died 20 June 1939, Los Angeles County, age 71
DEATH: NOTE from Peggy Newsom: I have a letter from Dora (possibly written by
her caretaker) to her daughter dated 14 Aug 1939 summoning Frances to visit.
I also have a letter dated 22 Aug 1939 from Clifford Craig from Dallas written
to his wife, Frances, verifying receipt that day of both a letter and telegram
notifying him of the death of "Mother". I also have the telegram that
shows being sent at 1:20am and received at 8:06am that day. I believe the death
to have taken place on 21 Aug 1939.
CENSUS: Courtesy of Pat Andrews <email@example.com>:
1920 City and County of San Francisco Census, 24th Precinct, 32nd Assembly Dist.,
William Gluyas, head, no age given, born CA, parents born in New York
Dora, wife, age 52, born CA, father Tennessee, mother Kentucky
Frances, daughter, age 22, working as secretary in tax office. Children were: