Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo.
October 20, 1911 Page 3


Wife of Highway Commission Chairman Came Here With Husband in 1874.

Mrs. Eugenia Carlin Allen, wife of C. P. Allen, Chairman of the State Highway Commission, and for twenty-eight years chief engineer of the Denver Union Water Company, and who is the mother of twelve children, all living in Denver, died at her home 2923 West Eighteenth Avenue, yesterday morning, of pneumonia. Mrs. Allen was taken sick Sunday. Her death was unexpected.

She was born in West Quincy, Ill., sixty-three years ago. She married there and came to Denver with her husband in 1874. Most of her large family were born in this city.

Besides her husband, Mrs. Allen leaves eight girls and four boys to mourn her demise. The children are all living, and all reside in this city. They are:Mrs. Anselmo MartinMrs. C. F. StrongW. F. AllenMrs. Theodore StressJulia AllenC. P. Allen, Jr.Elizabeth J. AllenGertrude AllenT. Carlin AllenMazea AllenJosephine Allen and Robin Allen. The funeral probably will be held Sunday.

Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo., 10/21/1911 & 10/22/1911
Funeral Notice:
ALLEN--Eugenia C. Allen, beloved wife of Charles P. Allen. Funeral from residence 2923 West Eighteenth Avenue, Sunday at 2 o'clock. Funeral private.

Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver

(Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo.; June 28, 1911 Page 5)
Mrs. George R. Allen Dead

Mrs. Lottie W. Allen, wife of George R. Allen, district traffic superintendent of the Western Union Telegraph Company, died at the family residence, 2749 Race St., at 12:20 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Allen was 34 yrears old and the immediate cause of the death was tuberculosis.

Death Notice: 6/29/1911
Died:  ALLEN--Lottie W. Allen, at residence, June 28. Remains to Martin's, Colfax and Broadway, notice later. 

(Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver)

Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo., October 5, 1911 Page 5

Mrs. M. A. Alvord Kept Famous Hotel in Denver in Seventies.

Residents of Gilpin County during the 60's and 70's and of Denver during the 70's remember Mrs. M. A. Alvord, whose death at the home of her daughter in Palo Alto, California, August 2 has been announced here.

Mrs. Alvord was a pioneer to Colorado in '59 and for fifteen years lived at Central City. In 1875, she moved to Denver and kept a famed hostelry known as the Alvord House, the building still standing opposite the Windsor Hotel on Larimer Street.

Two daughters survive her; Mrs. Orlando North of Palo Alto and Mrs. Lewis C. Rockwell, the latter's late husband having been United States District Attorney for Colorado.  

(Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver)

(Rocky Mountain News, Denver, September 19, 1911 Page 3)

Mrs. Christina Anderson, for thirty seven years a resident of Denver, died at the home of her son, Peter Anderson, 449 Ogden Street, yesterday morning. The funeral will take place from the house Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Mrs. Anderson was 88 years old. She belonged to a family noted for longevity, and is survived by ten children whose combined ages foot up 575 years, and by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The ten children are: D. A. Anderson, Fort Smith, Ark.; Mrs. Carpio Sath, Alameda, Cal.; Mrs. Charles Swanson, Cany, Idaho; Magnus and Peter Anderson and Mrs. Martha Morrison, Denver; A. L. Anderson; late of Central City and now of Denver; Erik Anderson, Montrose, Colo.; Mrs. J. E. Peters, Pasadena, Cal., and Mrs. O. P. Olson of Denver.

Mrs. Anderson was noted for her activity in charitable work.  

(Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver)