Jane Sexey

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Charles E. Sexey - Sexey Estate
... His widow Jane lived on for approximately eight years ... During this time she spent time in San Francisco as a semi-permanent guest at Lick House, an expensive and fashionable hotel, and it is there she died in late August 1896 ...

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