Kittredge Grave Marker

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Francis Kittredge was a doctor who came to Santa Cruz in 1849. While in Santa Cruz he worked as a wharf manager.  Ruel Kittredge was a Civil War veteran. From the 7 March 1863 Santa Cruz Sentinel: “Ruel Kittridge was the only son revered and loved by all who knew his worth. He enlisted in the cavalry more than a year since he caught a cold from exposure. The slight cold changed into consumption and he lingered many months until his death terminated his early sufferings. He was a generous brave young man, and there are many who deplore his loss, and deeply sympathize with his parents in their affliction.” ___________ This object is scanned by the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History



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