Finding Aid of the Charles Geddes Papers C058860
Finding aid prepared by Samantha Ronzano
Society of California PioneersOctober 27, 2015
300 Fourth Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107-1272
Title: Geddes, Charles, Papers
Identifier/Call Number: C058860
Contributing Institution: Society of California Pioneers
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1.0 folder Marriage Licences, Geneology of Geddes family, Death Certificates, Two Copies of Pacific Presbyterian Newsletter (C. Geddes Obituary),
Date (inclusive): 1820-1903
Abstract: This folder contains geneology lists from Charles Geddes and his wife, Sarah Thompson Geddes. It also includes marriage licences, death certificates, and the posted obituary for Charles Geddes.
This folder contains geneology lists from Charles Geddes and his wife, Sarah Thompson Geddes. It also includes marriage licences, death certificates, and the posted obituary for Charles Geddes.
Collection open for research.
There are no restrictions on access.
Charles Geddes Papers. The Society of California Pioneers.
Gift of Mrs. Fred Tatum
Charles Geddes' father John Geddes moved from Northbritten, Scotland, to Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia, where he and his wife Dorothy Putnam had eleven children, Charles being the ninth. Charles and his wife Sarah Thompson were married in Massachussetts July 27th, 1852, and they moved to San Francisco, California in 1853, where Charles became a renowned architect. He and his wife had 6 children between 1853 and 1875. He died suddenly on December 3, 1903 from rheumatic heart trouble at the age of 83.
The Society of California Pioneers, 101 Montgomery St. Suite 150, The Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 94129.
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Geddes, Charles Herbert, 1858-1864
Geddes, Charles Herbert, 1858-1903
Geddes, Charles, 1820-1864
Geddes, Charles, 1820-1903
Geddes, Clara Louise Wilde, 1860-1864
Geddes, Grace Adelaide, 1875-1928
Geddes, Sarah Thompson, 1835-1916
Sheldon, Laura Jane Geddes, 1856-1946
Thomson, Julia Anna Bennett Geddes, 1853-1933
Thomson, Samuel Edwin, 1839-1906
San Francisco (Calif.)