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George Ohleyer

Democratic

Date Party Office Votes Result
11-02-1886 Democratic AD-13 0 Win
Website: www.findagrave.com/memorial/127434833/george-ohleyer
 

Candidate Biography:

Born: October 24, 1830 in Hoffen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France (or)
Born: October 23, 1831 in Algiers, French Algeria
Married: Ellen Guthrie (m. 1855)
Children: Annie, Frank, Mary, George and Fred (twins), Lewis, and Ada E.
Died: August 15, 1896 in Sutter Co., CA

1870s: Member, Sutter County Board of Supervisors
1879: Delegate, Second Constitutional Convention (Sacramento)

  • Several biographies (including his obituary in the August 22, 1896 edition of the Pacific Rural Press) put the location of Ohleyer's birth as "Algiers, France" which appears to indicate that he was born in what was then French Algeria (and is now Algeria). However, it seems most likely that this was a misinterpretation of "Alsace".
  • Be Fruitful and Multiply: Ohleyer had seven children.
  • PLACENAME: Ohleyer Road in Yuba City is named for the legislator.

Source: "Death of Hon. George Ohleyer," Pacific Rural Press, Volume 52, Number 8 (8/22/1896), p. 127
Source: HISTORY OF YUBA and SUTTER COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA with Biographical Sketches..." by Peter J. Delay (HISTORIC RECORD COMPANY; LOS ANGELES, 1924)
Source: History of the Ohleyer Family, 1830 – 2009 by Michael Butcher (Sutter County Historical Society)