2060 Vallejo St
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Residents in alphabetical order:

Name Apartment Years
Downing, Leonnes 4 1973
DuPre 1 1980
Elliott, Stuart 4 1975
Gardner, P. C. 1 1982
Giles, R. T. 3 1982
Gogas, Christopher 1 1981
Huntington, Capt. Thomas entire house 1888-1889
Huntington, Mrs. Sallie M. entire house 1888-1891
Kinghorn, Allan 1 1974
Leib, Frank H. 3 1976
Mannion, W. A. 4 1976
Marcus, J. J. 1 1975
Martin, Roger H. 3 1973
Mezes, Juliet Johnson entire house 1898-1907
Mezes Wynne-Phillips, Carmelita entire house 1896-1921
Olinger, Allen M. Jr 2 1973-1982
Reeves, M. L. 4 1974
Ricci, Reginald R. 1 1976
Slaughter, Glen K. 1 & 3 Apt 1 in 1973 and Apt 3 in 1974-1975
Tham, J. 4 1978-1982
Wolkin, J. A. 3 1978-1981

Residents by apartment (owners of entire house not included):

Apartment Name Years
1 Glen K. Slaughter (moved to Apt 3) 1973
Allan Kinghorn 1974
J. J. Marcus 1975
Reginald R. Ricci 1976
vacant 1978
DuPre 1980
Christopher Gogas 1981
P. C. Gardner 1982
2 Allen M. Olinger Jr. 1973-1982
3 Roger H. Martin 1973
Glen K. Slaughter 1974-1975
Frank H. Leib 1976
J. A. Wolkin 1978-1981
R. T. Giles 1982
4 Leonnes Downing 1973
M. L. Reeves 1974
Stuart Elliott 1975
W. A. Mannion 1976
J. Tham 1978-1982

History of 2060 Vallejo Street (prev 2020 Vallejo Street) (Block 918)

Documentation

City Directories

Capt. Thomas Huntington
1887 - Huntington, Thomas, master mariner, r1935 Broadway
1888 - Huntington, Thomas, master stmr Mexico, r2020 Vallejo
1889 - Huntington, Thomas, master stmr Mexico, r2020 Vallejo
1890 - (not listed, he passed at home in Oct 1889)

Sallie M. Huntington, wife of Capt Huntington
1890 - Huntington, T. Mrs, widow, r2020 Vallejo
1891 - Huntington, Thomas Mrs, widow, r2020 Vallejo
1892 - (not listed after this date)

Carmelita Mezes Wynne-Phillips
1895 - Mezes-Wynne C Mrs, widow, r2610 Webster
1896 - Wynne Philip Mrs., widow, r2020 Vallejo
1897 - Wynne, Carmelita Mrs, r2020 Vallejo
1900 - (not listed)
1901 - Wynne-Phillips, C. M. Mrs., widow, r2020 Vallejo
1902 - (not listed)
1903 - Wynne-Phillips, Carmelita M., widow, r2020 Vallejo
1904 - Wynne-Phillips, Carmelita M., widow, r2020 Vallejo
1905 - Wynne, C N P Mrs, widow, r2020 Vallejo
1907 - Wynne, Carmelita Mrs, widow, r2020 Vallejo
1908-1916 - (needs search)
1917 - Wynne, C Mezes (Ernest) h2060 Vallejo
1918 - (not listed)
1919 - (not listed)
1920 - Wynne, C Mezes Mrs, r2060 Vallejo
1921 - Wynne, C Mezes Mrs, r2060 Vallejo

Juliet Johnson Mezes, mother of Carmelita
1897 - (not listed before this date)
1898 - Mezes, Juliet J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1899 - Mezes, Juliet J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1900 - Mezes, Juliet J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1901 - Mezes, Juliet J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1902 - Mezes, Juliet J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1903 - (page missing)
1904 - Mezes, Julia J., widow, r2020 Vallejo
1905 - Mezes, Julia J., widow r2020 Vallejo
1906 - (no directory due to earthquake)
1907 - (not listed, passed away in home in July, 1907)

Sidney M. Wynne, son of Carmelita Mezes Wynne
1908-1916 (need to search)
1917 - Wynne, Sidney M., adjuster B F Goodrich Rubber Co., r2060 Vallejo
1918 - Wynne, Sidney M., tire adjuster Keaten Tire & Rubber Co., r2060 Vallejo
1919 - (not listed)
1920 - (not listed)
1921 - (not listed)

Newspaper Articles

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California) - Oct 6, 1889

Another Captain Gone

Captain Thomas Huntington, who for years has been in the employ of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, died at his residence, 2020 Vallejo street, after a brief illness occasioned by the bursting of a blood vessel. The deceased had been of late years in command of the steamer Mexico, and was known as one of the most careful and successful of the steamship captains on this coast. Flags were generally at half-mast on the shipping yesterday, out of respect to his memory.

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California) - Aug 24, 1902

Sales are reported by Davidson & Leigh as follows:

for Mrs. Huntington, lot 40x137:6 with house of 7 rooms, on the north side of Vallejo street, 137:6 east of Buchanan, for $6750 and resold the same property for the buyer to Juliet J. Mezes for $7250

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California) - July 31, 1906

Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Juliet Mezes, who is lying seriously ill at her home on Vallejo street, although she is a little better than she was last week. Mrs. Mezes and her daughter, Mrs. Wynne, had intended going abroad in June for the benefit of Mrs. Mezes' health, but were compelled to change their plans, as they lost a great deal of valuable property in the fire, and will not go this year.

Funeral Records

Mrs. Juliet Johnson Mezes

Funeral Directors - N. Gray & Co, Book 1906-1907
Charge to: E. J. Pringle at 2219 Fillmore S.
Death: January 1, 1907 at 2020 Vallejo Street, San Francisco
Place of birth: Florence, Italy; Age 66 years
Cause of death: Mitral incompetence
Shipped to: Jas Crowe, Redwood City, Jan 3/07
Physician: W W Kerr

Cemetery: Redwood City
Bill: Casket, size 6/0 No 318 = $140
Embalming = $15; Hacks = $17; Fare on remains = $1.50
Notices = $3; Hearse, $10; Wagon for Flowers $3 = $13
Active Pall Bearers = $10; Trinity church, $10; Janitor $5 = $15
Total: $219.50

Census Records

2020 Vallejo St, San Francisco - 1900

Mezes, Juliet - born Oct 1848 in Italy, parents born in Louisiana, immigrated 1848, widow, 1 child, still living
Wynne, Carmelita, daughter - born May 1869 in California, fb Puerto Rico, mb Italy, married 13 years, 2 children, both living
Wynne, Sageral?, grand-daughter - born April 1888 in California, father born in England, mother born in California, at school
Wynne, Sidney, grandson - born July 1872 in Switzerland, father born England, mother born California, at school

2060 Vallejo St, San Francisco - January 5, 1920

Wynne, Carmelita - owns home free, white female age 55, divorced, born California, father born Spain, mother born Italy, no occupation