Edith Candida Bocci Chicca, 19011982 (aged 80 years)

1949 Edith Chicca & Dr Thomas Janes, San Francisco,
Name
Edith Candida Bocci /Chicca/
Birth September 7, 1901
MarriageThomas Ingles JanesView this family
married by a Baptist minister
January 12, 1949 (aged 47 years)
Occupation
(Word of mouth says) she was Tryphena's nurse before Tryphena died.

Burial of a husbandThomas Ingles Janes
1956 (aged 54 years)
Death of a husbandThomas Ingles Janes
December 30, 1956 (aged 55 years)
Fact 1
Fact 2
Medical
Body donated to University of California School of Medicine

Death June 18, 1982 (aged 80 years)
Burial 1982 (aged 80 years)
Family with Thomas Ingles Janes
husband
Dr. Thomas Ingles Janes, Helah Janes, Dr. Tryphena Bayard Casak Janes
18661956
Birth: June 16, 1866Warwick Township, Lambton County, Ontario
Death: 560 Maple AveDecember 30, 1956at home in San Mateo, California, following a lengthy illness
herself
1949 Edith Chicca & Dr Thomas Janes, San Francisco,
19011982
Birth: September 7, 1901San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Death: June 18, 1982body donated to University of California School of Medicine, Martinez, Contra Costa County, California
Marriage MarriageJanuary 12, 1949Martinez, Contra Costa County, California, U.S.A.
Thomas Ingles Janes + Tryphinnie Bayard Casak M.D.
husband
Dr. Thomas Ingles Janes, Helah Janes, Dr. Tryphena Bayard Casak Janes
18661956
Birth: June 16, 1866Warwick Township, Lambton County, Ontario
Death: 560 Maple AveDecember 30, 1956at home in San Mateo, California, following a lengthy illness
partner’s partner
Dr. Thomas Ingles Janes, Helah Janes, Dr. Tryphena Bayard Casak Janes
18721948
Birth: February 12, 1872New York City, New York, U.S.A.
Death: carcinoma of the transverse colon and pelvis bones; metastases to thesacrum; she had been ill for over 4 yearsSeptember 5, 1948St. John's Hospital, San Francisco, U.S.A.
Marriage Marriageabout 1893
16 months
step-daughter
Dr. Thomas Ingles Janes, Helah Janes, Dr. Tryphena Bayard Casak Janes
18941937
Birth: May 9, 1894San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
Death: Agnews State Hospital, originally known as the “Great Asylum for theInsane,” Agnews State Hospital was the premier California institution for assisting and treating the mentally ill.May 21, 1937Agnews State Hospital, Colma, California