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Aug. 16, 1862 Louisiana, USA
Sep. 15, 1954 Los Angeles County California, USA
Los Angeles Times September 18, 1954 pg. 9
Funeral services for Mrs. Pauline Wiegand Pisson, 92, who was E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin's cook for many years, will be conducted at 11 a.m. today at the St. John Chapel of the Stump Mortuary, 60 N. Daisy St., East Pasadena. Mrs. Pisson, who lived at 61 S. Virginia St., East Pasadena, died Wednesday at a Pasadena sanitarium. Born in New Orleans, she had lived in Pasadena for 40 years. In 1885 Mrs. Pisson and her first husband, John Wiegand, were hired by Baldwin and lived in a cottage on his Santa Anita ranch for many years. Mr. Wiegand died in 1922 and his widow subsequently remarried. Her second husband died two years ago. She leaves a son, William Wiegand of Caldwell, Ida., two sisters, Mrs. Laura Chambers of East Pasadena and Mrs. Elizabeth Cleminson of Temple City; nine grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Interment will be at El Monte Cemetery.
Note: Laura Chambers and Elizabeth Cleminson were her daughters, not her sisters. Carol Cleminson Westbrook, granddaughter of Elizabeth email@example.com