Home Port ° Ongoing Updates

Very Important Passengers


San Francisco Gold Rush 1849.

 

October 28, 1907, Oakland Tribune, Oakland, California

JOHN P. BARRETT DIES SUDDENLY

Billiant Newspaper Editor Is Striken by Apoplexy and Passes Away.

SAN FRANCISCO, October 28. John P. Barrett, news editor of the San Francisco Examiner, and one of the widest known and most capable of newspapermen in the United States, died suddenly shortly after 1 o'clock today.

He was seized with a stroke of apoplexy at Van Ness Avenue and Eddy street. He was taken to his home on Fell street in an automobile and three physicians were summond.

Their efforts were unavailable.

A widow and little daughter survive him.

Ad, Hayward Review, 1800s.

Advertisement from the Hayward Review.

The Project

Maritime Nations, Ships, Sea Captains, Merchants, Merchandise, Ship Passengers and VIPs sailing into San Francisco during the 1800s.

SITE SEARCH

HOME PORT

Kindly Kindly Donate.

Inquiries

DALevy @ MaritimeHeritage.org
164 Robles Way
Suite 237
Vallejo, CA 94591
U.S.A.



MaritimeHeritage.org
MaritimeHeritageProject.com
MaritimeHeritageProject.org
MaritimeHeritage.co
MaritimeNations.com
MaritimeHeritage.info
MaritimeHeritage.us
MaritimeHeritage.education
MaritimeHeritage.world

Sources: As noted on entries and through research centers including National Archives, San Bruno, California; San Francisco Main Library History Collection; Maritime Library, San Francisco, California, various Maritime Museums around the world.

Please inform us if you link from your site. Please do NOT link from your site unless your site specifically relates to immigration in the 1800s, family history, maritime history, international seaports, and/or California history.