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James Slaven

Republican

Date Party Office Votes Result
11-08-1904 Republican AD-58 804 Win
 

Candidate Biography:

Born: July 7, 1873 in New York (or)
Born: 1873 in Ontario, Canada
Married: Emeline Rosalie Miller (m. 1907, d. 1908), Dorothy B. Brummett
Died: September 22, 1948 in San Benito, CA

  • Received a private pilot's license in May 1936. [Santa Cruz Sentinel]

Source: "James Slaven is Private Pilot," Santa Cruz Sentinel, Volume 93, Number 121, 20 May 1936

 

1) James of Hollister is visiting his brother T. D. M. Slaven in Sacramento (1921)
2) Thomas D. M. Slaven died August 16, 1926 in Sacramento. He was survived by his brother James of Tres Pinos.
3) Thomas D. M. Slaven, E. J. Slaven of Mare Island, James Slaven of Tres Pinos, Eliza Slaven of Hollister
3B) Thomas was also survived by Kate O'Toole Slaven, two children, Kathleen Slaven, teacher in the Sacramento schools, and Thomas W. Slaven, San Francisco attorney

Source: "BRIEF ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST." Sausalito News, Volume 23, Number 36, 7 September 1907