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Edward T. Allen - March 1, 1863 (#9)
Pacific Engine Co. No. 8 - Jackson Street

MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD FIRE

DIED

1863 March 1 In part

At the. Mare Island Navy Yard, Feb. 28th, from injuries received while in the discharge of his duties, E. T. Alien. Funeral will take place the day (Sunday) at 11 A. M., from the house of Pacific Engine Co., No. 8, Friends of deceased and members of the Fire Department are respectfully invited to attend.

Source: Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4754, 1 March 1863 — DIED. [ARTICLE]

FIREMAN'S FUNERAL.

1863 March 2

—The funeral of E. T. Allen. who lost his life while in the discharge of his duties at the Mare Island Navy Yard, was attended yesterday from the engine house of Pacific No. 8, of which deceased was a. member. There was a very large procession, consisting mainly of his fellow-members of the Department. The cortage passed through Montgomery street about 12 o'clock, on its way to the final resting place of the deceased.

Source: Daily Alta California, Volume 15, Number 4755, 2 March 1863 — SAN FRANCISCO, MONDAY, MARCH 2. CITY ITEMS. [ARTICLE]

SAN FRANCISCO.

1863 March 11 In part

E. T. Allen, member of Pacific Engine Company No. 8, who was buried the other day by the Fire Department, is alleged to have received injuries in a political dispute at the Navy Yard from some fellow workmen, from which he died. The case will be investigated.

Source: Sacramento Daily Union, Volume 24, Number 3734, 11 March 1863 — Untitled [ARTICLE]

Extracted from original sources with grammar and spelling as published.