Los Banos Enterprise, Los Banos, CA., Friday Dec. 4, 1931
 
Z. G. Jameson Is Buried Here
 
 Z. G. Jameson, one of the oldest pioneers in this section of the state, was buried in the Los Banos cemetery last Saturday afternoon following services at the Community Methodist church in charge of Rev. Thos. J. Carter. Mr. Jameson had passed away at his home at 235 West Fourth street, San Jose, of pneumonia.
 
 Mr. Jameson was nearing the century mark being 97 years, 10 months and 28 days of age. He was a native of Missouri, and came to Stockton, this state, October 7, 1869. He remained there only a few months coming on to the Los Banos community and located ten miles from the present town site with 1000 sheep upon what is now known as the Charleston ranch. At that early date it was a stage stop and the hotel for travelers in this section of the state.
 
 He resided here until 1903 when he moved to San Jose where he lived until the time of his death.
 
 He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Ellen Jameson, one son, James L. Jameson of Berkeley. Three children are death. Eleven grandchildren also survive. Four children of the late William J. Jameson are Mrs. C. B. Tiller, C. M. and W. L. Jameson, all of Los Banos, and Mrs. Marian Spears of Fresno. Children of the late Mrs. Emma Wood are Robt. S. Wood of Seattle, and Mrs. hazel Bowen, both former Los Banos residents. Five children of the late Mrs. Susie Wood are Mrs. W. M. Wiley of Bakersfield, Mrs. Ida Hirch of Irvington, Mrs. Susie Morris of Redwood City, Mrs. Wm. Babb of Oakland, and Waldo Wood of Mendota.
 
 The interment here was in charge of the Whitehurst Funeral Chapel.

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