2016 Vallejo St

History of 2056/2058 Vallejo Street (Previously 2016 Vallejo Street) (Block 918)

In April 1889 Charlie Leichter (Carl Paul Lenhard Leichter) started construction on his home at 2016 Vallejo Street. He hired Henry Geilfuss to design the two story frame house. It was built by Schutt & Krecker at a cost of $5000 (about 120K in 2010) and is still standing today. The Leichter family consisted of Charlie Leichter, his wife Julia and their four children. Paul age 19 (Charlie's son from a previous marriage), Ella age 12, Edgar age 11 and Olga age 10. The family moved in once it was completed in late 1889 or early 1890 and continued to live in the home until sometime between April 1899 (Charlie's death) and June 1900 (the 1900 census). The founder of this Wiki is a direct descended of Paul Leichter and is still in contact with his cousins, the descendants of Olga Leichter.

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Top Left: 2016 Vallejo Street in about 1896, the home of the Leichter family. If you look close you can see Julia Leichter holding her infant Herbert in the doorway. Top Right: 2056/2058 Vallejo Street today from the same angle, now subdivided into apartments. You can see the all the ornamentation has been removed, the upstairs has been extended over the entry, the first floor has been extended east to create a new balcony on the 2nd floor and a large extension in the back. Note also that both chimneys are in the same locations. Below: Carl Leichter's descendants at 2056/2058 Vallejo on September 11, 2010. From left to right: Ace Loomis (husband of Sherry), Dale Sheldon, Linda Sheldon, Christopher Gaunt (grandson of Sherry and Ace), Sherry Loomis and Rhoda Aguirre.

In February 1896 an addition came to the household. Julia gave birth to a baby boy that they named Herbert Walter Theodore Leichter. Then in August of 1897 the family celebrated a quiet society wedding in the parlor of the home. Ella Leichter had married Theodore Schucking, nephew and heir of Adolf Sutro. Mr. Sutro had recently passed away, so the guest list was kept strictly to family and close friends.

Tragedy struck the house just a year and a half later on the morning of April 8, 1899. Charlie Leichter walked out the door to walk to work as he had done for the past decade. But he never arrived. It wasn't long before word was given to the police that Mr. Leichter was missing and shortly afterward his jacket was discovered at the Presidio Wharf. It was assumed that Charlie committed suicide by jumping into the bay and, in fact, his body was never recovered. It seems that, after the death of her husband, Julia no longer felt comfortable living in the house. She moved into a building owned by her brother-in-law, Frederick Hess (owner of the German newspaper California Demokrat) at 825 California Street at the top of Nob Hill. But she did not sell the Vallejo House. The 1900 census shows that the next tenants were renting the home and the 1906 Block Book still shows "Julia Leichter" as the property owner.

After the Leichter's moved out the house was rented to Byron Jackson (age 58) and his wife Mary (age 40) as well as their only son Byron Jackson Jr, age eight. Byron Sr's occupation was given as an architectural merchant in the 1900 census and Mary was a member of the Daughters of American Revolution. The Jackson's were still living at the home on the morning of April 18, 1906 during the great San Francisco earthquake and fires. Luckily, the fire that had devastated Nob Hill, where Julia Leichter was living, had stopped at Van Ness and spared the Vallejo house. The Jackson's continued to live at Vallejo Street until 1912 although Mr. Jackson's name still showed at this address in the 1913 City Directory

In 1912 the Monk family moved in, still renting presumably from Julia Leichter. The family consisted of Mr. John W. J. Monk and his wife Mrs. Mary Clarkson Monk, both 43 years old and both from England. With them were at least four children. William age 22, Gertrude age 20, Plesance age 11 and an infant, Jack. The two elder children were born in England, but the Monk's had since lived in New York where daughter Plesance was born in 1901 and had just moved from Virginia where young Jack was born. City Directories show that the house number changed from 2016 to 2056 between 1915 and 1916. William, like his father, also worked as a contractor and started off as a foreman on some of his father's building projects. Daughter Plesance moved out on her own in 1920 at the age of 19. She is listed with the family in the census of that year, taken in January, but shows up at her sisters home, 1560 Hyde St, in the 1920 city directory. Gertrude married a man named Martin Patrick Kilcourse in about 1917, Martin was a purser for the United States Air Force. They are shown living with Gertrude's parents in the 1920 census along with their nearly-two-year-old son Billie, but did not live here long as they give different addresses in the city directories. Little Billie would later receive a Legion of Merit medal for his duties during WWII in June 1942.

In the 1920 Census Mr. Monk showed that he was still renting the house, but in the 1930 Census he noted that he owned the property worth $30,000. Also living with them that year, for a rent of $35 a month, was 29 year old Sgt. Ralph Dustan of the United States Marine Corp. Ralph had married two years earlier but was already divorced. He doesn't show up on any of the city directories between 1929 and 1931, so it's unlikely that he stayed here for very long. Mr. Monk died in late 1933 or early 1934 while living in the house. Also by 1930, their daughter Pleasance has moved back in, now with her husband Ernest J. Cummings whom she married in about 1924 and their young son John Monk Cummings, who was born May 28, 1927 - possibly in the house. But instead of living with Mary the house is subdivided into 2056 and 2058 Vallejo Street. Mary stayed at 2056 and the Cummings took over 2058 and payed a monthly rent to Mary in the amount of $75 in the 1930 and down $55 in 1940. Interestingly, Mary noted that her home was worth $15,000 in 1940, half the price her husband had estimated in 1930. This was perhaps due to the depression. Ernest J. Cummings was working as the Principal of the Galileo Night School in 1935 and had previously taught Latin and Greek at Lowell High. In August of 1936 he was appointed Principal of the new George Washington High School. In the 1940 census he noted that he worked 46 out of 52 weeks in 1939 and made over $5,000 that year. So although he was renting his residence from his mother-in-law, he clearly could have lived anywhere in the city. Baby Jack, now and adult and going by John Jr, stayed with his mother until about 1940, then moved to nearby Filbert Street and married a girl named Barbara in 1941. Mary Monk continued on in the house until at least 1942, but most likely until her death on September 13, 1944. John Jr.'s name showed up at his mothers address for the last two years of his mothers life, suggesting that he was taking care of her, but he was living elsewhere in the city. There is no mention of the Monk family here after 1944.

L. Deming Tilton and his wife Leila W. Tilton moved into the house in 1945. Mr. Tilton had already gathered a great reputation as a city planner in San Diego and Orange County before becoming the director of the City Planning Commission in San Francisco in 1945. Unfortunately he was not entirely successful. Not being a native San Franciscan he had a difficult time gaining the support of the mayor and other city officials. The Tilton's moved on after 1948. I don't have the directories for 1949 to 1952. By 1953 the house was occupied by Suzanne Howard, an office secretary for Ambrose and Spencer, architects. She stayed here until at least 1958 although the house was listed as vacant in the 1955 directory. Anne C. Mullen, a teacher with the San Francisco Unified School District is listed here in 1959 and Charlotte Craven, an office secretary for Ben C. Gerwick, Incorporated, general contractors, is listed here in 1961 and 1962. J. Cummins is listed here in 1963, but no other info. In 1964 the house is listed as vacant and from 1966 the house # of 2056 isn't listed at all but is instead included in the 2058 Vallejo street address as apartments.

On September 11, 2010 descendants of Carl Leichter met for lunch in North Beach and drove to the old house. Most were descendants of Carl's son Paul Leichter and included Linda Sheldon and Sherry Loomis, great-granddaughters of Paul Leichter; Dale Sheldon, son of Linda Sheldon and Christopher Gaunt, grandson of Sherry Loomis were also along with a happy reunion with their distant cousin, Rhoda Aquirre, granddaughter of Paul's little sister Olga Leichter. Today the house has been subdivided into three or four apartments, each with their own house numbers. The back has been extended and a small addition added to the front, creating a small balcony on the second floor, almost all of the old ornamentation that was distinct in the other homes designed by Henry Geilfuss are gone. A sign on the garage asking people not to park in, or otherwise block, the driveway is written in German - perhaps a nod to the Leichter family or Henry Geilfuss or pure coincidence.

Alphabetical list of tenants:

Name Apartment Years
Alenick, M. E. 2 1975-1976
DeBuono, L. 2 1982
Gains, Mrs. Joanne S. 4 1966-1967
Gustofsson, Eva E. 2 1972
Herzoff, Nancy 4 1974
Huitt, Robert 2 1966
Johnson, S. L. 4 1971-1973
Kilgore, James B. 4 1969
Kirschnberg, Meryl 2 1981
Klein, Daniel W. 1 1966-1967
Mallory, Ronald B. 4 1975-1976
Moos, Barbara S. 2 1974
Mosson, David 2 1978-1980
Osborne, Tom 3 1968-1981
Patterson, Beth 2 1967-1969
Plescia, Jo 3 1967
Reinsch, Harry O. 1 1968-1972
Roman, Chris 4 1968
Scott, Linda 3 1982
Weitzman, Roger S. 1 and 4 Apt 1 in 1980-1981 and Apt 4 in 1981-1982
Yokley, Engle 4 1978-1980

List of tenants by Apartment:

Apartment Name Years
1 Daniel W. Klein 1966-1967
Harry O. Reinsch 1968-1972
vacant 1973-1978
Roger S. Weitzman 1980-1981
no listing 1982
2 Robert Huitt 1966
Beth Patterson 1967-1969
vacant 1971
Eva E. Gustofsson 1972
vacant 1973
Barbara S. Moos 1974
M. E. Alenick 1975-1976
David Mosson 1978-1980
Meryl Kirschnberg 1981
L. DeBuono 1982
3 vacant 1966
Jo Plescia 1967
Tom Osborne (Logic Design Co.) 1968-1981
Linda Scott 1982
4 Mrs. Joanne S. Gains 1966-1967
Chris Roman 1968
James B. Kilgore 1969
S. L. Johnson 1971-1973
Nancy Herzoff 1974
Ronald B. Mallory 1975-1976
Engle Yokley 1978-1980
Roger S. Weizman 1981-1982

Documentation

Directories

[All listings are from a San Francisco City Directory unless otherwise noted]

Carl "Charlie" Paul Lenhard Leichter
1889 - Leichter, Carl P., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r1722 Clay
1890 - Leichter, Carl P., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1891 - Leichter, Carl P., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1892 - Leichter, Carl P., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1893 - Leichter, C. P. L., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1894 - Leichter, C. P. L., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1895 - Leichter, Charles P. L., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1896 - Leichter, Charles P. L., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r2016 Vallejo
1897 - Leichter, Carl P. L., salesman Tillmann & Bendel r2016 Vallejo
1898 - Leichter, C. P., Res 2016 Vallejo (Tel Scott 465)
1899 - Leichter, Carl P., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, r 2016 Vallejo

Edgar Leichter, (son of Carl and Julia Leichter)
1899 - Leichter, Edgar, clerk Cesar Bertheau, r2016 Vallejo

Byron Jackson
1899 - Jackson, Byron, proprietor Byron Jackson Machine Works, 625 6th rNW cor Morton & San Antonio, Alameda
1900 - Jackson, Byron, proprietor Byron Jackson Machine Works, 625 6th r2016 Vallejo
1901 - Jackson, Byron, proprietor Byron Jackson Machine Works, r2016 Vallejo
1902 - Jackson, Byron, propr Byron Jackson Machine Wks, r2016 Vallejo
1903 - Jackson, Byron, propr Byron Jackson Machine Wks, r2016 Vallejo
1903 - Jackson, Byron, r 2016 Vallejo (Tel. West 578) - (San Francisco Telephone Directory)
1904 - Jackson, Byron, propr Byron Jackson Machine Wks, r2016 Vallejo
1905 - Jackson, Byron, propr Byron Jackson Machine Wks, r2016 Vallejo
1905 - Jackson, Mr. & Mrs. Byron, 2016 Vallejo (Tel. West 578) - (San Francisco Blue Book)
1906 - Jackson, Byron, Res 2016 Vallejo, (Tel West 578) - (Temporary San Francisco Telephone Book)
1907 - Jackson, Byron, pres Byron Jackson Machine Wks r2016 Vallejo
1908 - Jackson, Byron, pres Byron Jackson Iron Wks, r2016 Vallejo
1909 - Jackson, Byron, office 156 2nd, r2016 Vallejo
1910 - Jackson, Byron, office 156 2nd, r2016 Vallejo
1911 - Jackson, Byron, office 156 2nd, r2016 Vallejo
1912 - Jackson, Byron, office 156 2nd, r2016 Vallejo
1913 - Jackson, Byron, office 156 2nd, rBerkeley

Mary Leila Jackson (wife of Byron Jackson), never listed in city directories)
1901 - Jackson, Mary Leila (Mrs. Byron), 2016 Vallejo St., San Francisco
1905 - Jackson, Mr. & Mrs. Byron, 2016 Vallejo (Tel. West 578) - (San Francisco Blue Book)
1911 - Jackson, Mary Leila (Mrs. Byron), 2016 Vallejo St., San Francisco

Byron Jackson Jr. (son of Byron and Mary Jackson)
1904 - Jackson, Byron Jr, r2016 Vallejo
1905 - Jackson, Byron Jr, r2016 Vallejo
1905 - Jackson, Byron Jr, 2016 Vallejo (Tel. West 578) - (San Francisco Blue Book)
1906 - (not listed)
1907 - (not listed)
1908 - Jackson, Byron Jr, student, r2016 Vallejo
1909 - Jackson, Byron Jr, r2016 Vallejo
1909 - Jackson, Byron Jr, 2016 Vallejo St., San Francisco (Registery of Motor Vehicles in California)
1910 - (not listed)
1911 - (not listed)
1912 - Jackson, Byron Jr., student, r2016 Vallejo

John W. J. Monk
1911 - (not listed)
1912 - Monk, John W. J. Supt of const Macdonald & Kalm, Rialto Bldg.
1913 - Monk, John, contr, 681 Market, r2016 Vallejo
1914 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, h2016 Vallejo
1915 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, Sharon Bldg, h2016 Vallejo (note: Sharon Bldg was at 55 New Montgomery)
1916 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, Sharon Bldg, h2016 Vallejo
1917 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, Sharon Bldg h2056 Vallejo
1918 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, r2056 Vallejo
1919 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, r2056 Vallejo
1920 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, r2056 Vallejo
1921 - Monk, John (Mary) contr, r2056 Vallejo
1922 - (not listed)
1923 - (not listed)
1924 - Monk, John archt h2056 Vallejo
1925 - Monk, John artch h2056 Vallejo
1927 - Monk, John (Mary) h2056 Vallejo
1929 - Monk, John (Mary) contr h2056 Vallejo
1930 - Monk, John (Mary) contr h2056 Vallejo
1931 - Monk, John (Mary) h2056 Vallejo
1932 - Monk, John (Mary) h2056 Vallejo
1933 - Monk, John (Mary) h2056 Vallejo

Mary Monk (wife of John Monk)
1914-1933 - listed with her husband
1934 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1935 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1936 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1937 - (not listed)
1938 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1939 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1940 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1941 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo
1942 - Monk, Mary (wid John) h2056 Vallejo

William D. Monk (son of John and Mary Monk)
1916 - (not listed prior to 1917)
1917 - Monk, Wm D. foreman John Monk r2056 Vallejo
1918 - Monk, Wm r2056 Vallejo
1919 - (not listed)
1920 - Monk, Wm r2056 Vallejo
1921 - (not listed after 1921)

Plesance Monk (daughter of John and Mary Monk)
1920 - Monk, Plesance r1560 Hyde
(note: Plesance was with her parents in the 1920 Census)

Martin P. Kilcourse (husband of Gertrude Monk Kilcourse)
1919 - Kilcourse, Martin P (Gertrude) insp, r1840 Green
1920 - Kilcourse, Martin P (Gertrude A) purser, r1560 Hyde

John "Jack" C. Monk Jr. (son of John and Mary Monk)
1929 - Monk, John C. r2056 Vallejo
1934 - Monk, Jack Jr slsmn r2056 Vallejo
1935 - Monk, John C. clk r2056 Vallejo
1936 - Monk, John C. r2056 Vallejo
1937 - (not listed)
1938 - Monk, John r2056 Vallejo
1939 - Monk, John C. r2056 Vallejo
(living elsewhere in the city from 1940 on)
1943 - Monk, John h2056 Vallejo (Mary still living here, he has another address as well)
1944 - Monk, John h2056 Vallejo (Mary still living here, he has another address as well)
(no one by the name of Monk at this address from 1945 on)

Newspaper Articles

Daily Alta California (San Francisco) - April 15, 1889

Building Improvements:
Vallejo, near Buchanan - Two-story frame; owner, CPL Leichter; architect, H. Geilfuss; contractors, Schutt & Krecker; cost, $5000

San Francisco Call (San Francisco) - May 30, 1898

WANTED - German girl for general housework; must understand cooking; small wash. 2016 Vallejo St.

San Francisco Call (San Francisco) - Aug 21, 1898

Miss Ella Leichter and T. E. Schucking were married on Wednesday [Aug 17] evening at the residence of the bride's parents, 2016 Vallejo street. Rev. Mr. Gerke of the German Lutheran church officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of C. P. L. Leichter and the groom a nephew and one of the heirs of the late Adolph Sutro. It was owing to the death of the groom's uncle that the ceremony was so quiet, only relatives, and immediate friends being present. The bride was attended by Olga Leichter, who officated as maid of honor, and Miss Otille Schucking and Miss Louise Bundschu, who acted as bridesmaids, Bernard O. Schucking was the best man, and Mr. Delameter and Dr. Walter W. Winterberg ushers. Roln Hess and Leichter Sr led the bridal procession, strewing flowers along the bridal path.

San Francisco Call (San Francisco) - Sept 22, 23 and 24, 1898

HELP WANTED - FEMALE
GERMAN girl for general housework and cooking, 2016 Vallejo St.

San Francisco Call - April 9, 1899

Strange Act of a Tried and Trusted Clerk
CPL Leichter Commits Suicide
No Motive Can Be Assigned
Employed as Salesman for Tillmann & Bendel

Had Grown Old in the Service of the
Firm and Had No Care or
Trouble of Any
Kind

C. P. L. Leichter, an old and trusted emplyee of Tillmann & Bendel, committed suicide early yesterday morning by throwing himself into the bay from the Presidio wharf. The case is one of the strangest that has occurred in the city for some time, and leaves the relatives of the unfortunate clerk in a state of perplexity. Thus far no motive for the deed can be discovered or even surmised, and it remains for the Coroner's jury to probe the affair after the body has been recovered.

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Leichter has been employed as a salesman in the above mentioned firm for over thirty years and was always held in high esteem. He leaves a widow and four children and was deeply attached to home life. Yesterday morning he left his residence for his place of employement and a few hours later his family received the sad intelligence that he had probably taken his life. A note was found in the office by a clerk which stated that he intended to commit suicide and bidding his many friends in the firm farewell. Inquiry was immediately made at Leichter's home to ascertain the truth of the matter. His wife replied that he had departed for work a couple of hours before, and as no one had seen him in the interim it was feard that he had executed his threat. A search was instituted, the result of which was the finding of the clerk's coat and vest on the Presidio wharf.

So far as is known there is no motive for Leichter's self-destruction. He had no financial difficulties and his home life was a happy one. It is stated by his family that when he left home he was in unusually good spirits, and that he never evinced the slightest dissatisfaction with his surroundings. Among his fellow employees, however, it has been noticed that he occasionally became absentminded and that he had acted peculiarly for the past couple of days, yet not enough to indicate that he had any serious care or was losing his reason. It is the consensus of opinion that Leichter took his own life in a fit of temporary insanity.

Leichter was 55 years of age. He was a member of numerous German charitable societies and a director of the Altenheim. He had a very large cirlce of friends and was considered well to do. He resided at 2016 Vallejo street.

San Francisco Call (San Francisco) - July 19, 1903

YOUNG woman for general housework; good cook. Call mornings at 2016 Vallejo St.

Census Records

June 8, 1900 - 2016 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Jackson, Byron - white male born Sept 1842 in Ohio, both parents born in Connecticut. Married for 17 years. Agricultural Merchant
Jackson, Mary L., wife - white female born Jan 1860 in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Maine. Mary had given birth to two children in her life but only one was still living.
Jackson, Byron Jr, son - white male born Sept 1892 in California, both parents born in Ohio, at school.

April 18, 1910 - 2016 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Jackson, Byron, white male age 68, 3rd marriage, married 26 years, born in Ohio, father born in New Jersey, mother born in Connecticut, he lives on his own income and rents his home.
Jackson, Mary L, wife, white female age 57, first marriage, married 26 years, has had 2 children but only 1 living, born in Ohio, father born in Ohio, mother born in Maine.
Jackson, Byron Jr, son, white male age 17, single, born in California, parents born in Ohio, currently attending school.
Schroeder, Elizabeth, servant, white female age 22, single, born in Wisconsin, parents born in Germany, servant to a private family. She was employed during the entire year of 1909.

January 5, 1920 - 2056 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Monk, John - white male age 51, renting home, immigrated 1892, naturalized 1895, born England, parents born England, contractor
Monk, Mary (wife) - white female age 51, born in England, parents born in England
Monk, William (son) - white male age 30, single, born England, parents born England, contractor
Kilcourse, Gertrude (daughter) - white female age 28, married, born England, parents born England
Kilcourse, Martin (son-in-law) - white male age 38, married, born Massachusetts, parents born in Ireland, purser for USAF
Kilcourse, Billie (grandson) - white male age 1 year and 8 months, born in California, father born Mass, mother born England
Monk, Plesance (daughter) - white female age 19, single, born in New York, parents born England
Monk, Jack (son) - white male age 8, born in Virginia, parents born in England

April 14, 1930 - 2056 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Monk, John - white male, 62, owns home worth $30,000, born England, parents born England, immigrated 1892, naturalized, building contractor
Monk, Mary (wife) - white female, 62, born England, parents born England, housewife
Monk, John C (son) - white male, 19, born Virginia, parents born England, student
Dustan, Ralph (roomer) - white male, 29, divorced, married at age 27, rent for $35, born Washington, father born RI, mother born Florida, JM? Sgt US Marine Corp

April 14, 1930 - 2058 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Cummings, Ernest J. - white male, 45, rent $75, born Massachusetts, parents English Canada, teacher at public school
Cummings, Pleasance - (wife) - white female, 29, married 6 years, born in New York
Cummings, John - (son) - white male, 2 years and 11 months, born in California

April 1940 - 2056 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Monk, Mary - white female, 72, widow, born in England, in same house in 1935, owns home worth $15,000

April 1940 - 2058 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, California

Cummings, J. Ernest - white male, 55, born in Massachusetts, rents for $55 a month, Principal of public high school. Worked 46 months and made $5,000+ in 1939.
Cummings, Pleasance M. - white female, 39, born in New York, entire family in the same house in 1935
Cummings, John M. - white male, 12, born in California

Vital Records

California Death Index
Cummings, Pleasance Monk - born July 25, 1901 in New York, died Sept 10, 1980 in Santa Barbara, mothers maiden name Clarkson
Kilcourse, Gertrude M. - born Jan 1, 1891 out of the country, died Aug 4, 1961 in San Francisco, mothers maiden name Clarkson
Kilcourse, William - born May 16, 1918 in California, died July 29, 1980, mothers maiden name Monk
Monk, Mary - born February 5, 1868 out of the country, died September 13, 1944, fathers surnamed Clarkson, mother's maiden name Milliken
Monk, John C - born March 28, 1911 in Virginia, died July 16, 1960, mothers maiden name Clarkson

California Birth Index
Cummings, John Monk - born May 28, 1927 in San Francisco - mothers maiden name Monk

California Voter Registration

1900 - Jackson, Byron - age 58, 2016 Vallejo
1907 - Jackson, Byron - age 65, Manufacturer, 2016 Vallejo
1912 - Jackson, Byron - age 70, Retired, 2016 Vallejo, republican
1912 - Jackson, Mary Leila - Housewife, 2016 Vallejo, republican
1913 - Jackson, Byron - age 70, Retired, 2016 Vallejo, republican
1913 - Jackson, Mary Leila - Housewife, 2016 Vallejo, republican
1924 - Borkan, Dr. Otto - 2058 Vallejo, occulist, republican
1924 - Cummings, Ernest J. - 2056 Vallejo, teacher, republican
1924 - Monk, John - 2056 Vallejo, contractor, republican