Charles W. Weigele

Male, (1869 - 1902)
FatherJohn Wigley (circa 1840 - )
MotherJohanna ...?... (circa 1846 - )
BirthCharles W. Weigele was born July 1869 in Chico, California. 
INFO SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORIES. 1900-1902. 1900. Weigele, Charles clerk, r 11 7th. 1901 salesman r.2519 Larkin. 1902 clerk r2519 Larkin. (SFCityDirect.) 
INFO US CENSUS 1900 (June 1). 11 7th Street, San Francisco. - Chas Weigele, lodger, w,m, b.July 1869, age 30, Wd. b.Cal, father b. Germany, mother b. Ireland. Occup: Harness maker, can read & write, can speak English. [listed below Miriam and John Farmar in same household, which appears to be a hotel or boarding house] (USCens900Anc CA,SF Co., E.D. 33, sheet 8B.) 
INFO MARRIAGE RECORD. Saint Brigid's Church, San Francisco, CA. "Charles Weigele and Miriam Farmer were lawfully united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony on June 16, 1900 according to the Rite of the Roman Catholic Church ... Rev. J. A. Mc Auliffe, A.R. officiating in the presence of John O'Neil and Maria Lynch, witnesses..." [Extract certificate dated 19 April 1988.] (StBrigPRExt 16 Jun 1900.) 
INFO MARRIAGE RECORD. St. Brigid's Church, San Francisco, CA. Original record in Latin: Weigele et Farmer. Die 16- Junii. " . . . Carolum W Weigele ex loco California, Filium Joanus & Joannae Weigele et Mariam Farmer ex loco Hibernia, Filiam Micaelis & Maria Farmer [sic]. Proesentibus testibus Joanus O'Neil Maria Lynch . . ." (StBrigPRMarr 1900 16Jun.) 
INFO MARRIAGE LICENSE. Listing in San Francisco Chronicle, 16 Jun 1900. Licenses issued 15 Jun 1900: Charles W. Weigele, 11 Seventh street, 29, and Miriam M. Farmar, 2519 Larkin street, 30. (SFChronicle 16Jun1900, p.5) Also San Francisco Call, 16 Jun 1900. 
MarriageHe married Miriam Magdalen O'Sullivan, daughter of Michael James O'Sullivan and Maria O'Neill, 16 June 1900 in San Francisco, California. 
INFO OBITUARY. Evening Daily Free Press, Redding, Cal. 5 Aug 1902. "Merchant Weigele Dies Unexpectedly. Charles W. Weigele of the Redding Harness Company died at his home on Pine street at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. Death was due to consumption of the bowels. Three weeks ago Mr. Weigele was taken sick. He has failed to imporove but his condition was not considered dangerous until Monday. Then he began to sink steadily until death came. Charles Weigele was born at Chico thirty years ago. He leaves a wife and two sons, a boy of seven and another of nine months. He came to Redding about January 1st from San Francisco and with J. W. Bringham bought out G. W. Schiller and started the Redding Harness Company. Mr. Weigele and family made many friends. He had joined the Redding Fire Department. The body will be taken to Chico Wednesday night for burial." (EveDaiFPress 5Aug1902, p.1.) 
DeathCharles W. Weigele died 5 August 1902 in Redding, California, at age 33. 


Miriam Magdalen O'Sullivan (1865 - 1947)