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Re: Jolley's in Hemet
Posted by: Jerri Strombeck (ID *****8880) Date: April 20, 2012 at 15:42:23
In Reply to: Jolley's in Hemet by Roxanna Jolly of 535

Ted Jolly was a deputy sheriff of Hemet



1900 census, Justice Precinct 1, Frio, Texas
[Frio]
Theadore W Jolley 34
Astrea A Jolley 32
Thomas R Jolley 13
Aurther Jolley 11
Coleman Jolley 10
Mary Jolley 4
Samuel Jolley 2


1910 census, Highland, San Bernadino, CA
Theodore R. Jolley married 2 months employee State Hospital


World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Theodore Rober Jolley
Name: Theodore Rober Jolley
County: Riverside
State: California
Birthplace: Lockhart, Texas
Birth Date: 15 Mar 1887
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1531276
DraftBoard: 2
Superintendent of agriculture at the Whittier estate at Hemet

California Death Index, 1940-1997
about Theodore Robert Jolley
Name: Theodore Robert Jolley
Social Security #: 0
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 16 Mar 1887
Birthplace: Texas
Death Date: 26 Aug 1959
Death Place: Orange
Mother's Maiden Name: Lane
Father's Surname: Jolley




1920 census, Hemet, Riverside, California
J R Jolley 32
Grace M Jolley 34
Theodore R Jolley 8
Earl Reeves 31
Emily Reeves 21

San Diego Union 1/7/1921
San Bernadino-- Federal warrants issued for Fenton McCullah, Arthur Jolley, and Robert Jolley for operating a still. They had 3 stills and 300 gallons of corn mash.


5/11/1923
abstracted
Beaten, drugged, and held prisoner for two days in a barren room on the outskirts of Los Angeles, Astrea Jolley, 14, was found by her three brothers, S. L., S. R., and A. W., early Sat morning.
She was abducted from the front of her house at 2505 East 53rd St., Los Angeles, and was the subject of a state-wide search.
3 men were arrested- L. H. Finnell, Frank Sanceri, and William Joseph, were arrested. They named 3 others.
The girl was still unconscious from the narcotic and was in critical condition.
The culprits were waiting in two automobiles and wanted to take her where a girl chum had sent for her and would take her to where the girl was waiting. Her mother rushed to her rescue but she was kidnapped and drug into a car.


Hemet News 6/7/1923
abstracted
Vigilantes Whip Frank Sanceri
A group of men dubbing themselves "Protectors of American Womenhood" kidnapped him, lashed him to a telephone pole outside of Hollywood, and beat him with an iron cable until he was unconscious.
He is out on $5500 bond for attacking Astrea Jolly, 13, sister of Ted Jolly of Hemet, several weeks ago.
(He was badly beaten, the case was being investigated)

6/8/23
4 men were arrested for being a vigilante- T. W. Jolley, Arthur W. and S. L. Jolley, and H. E. de Valle, an insurance agent.

6/17/1923
Frank Sanceri went to court, where Judge Channing Follette declared that he was guilty of a "technical" felony, but that testimony by a girlfriend of Astrea indicated that she willingly went with the group of 5 men.



7/23/1923
Los Angeles- T. W. Jolley, S. L. Jolley, and A. W. Jolley, father and brothers of 15 year old Astrea Jolley, who is alledged to have been attacked by Frank Santeri and a group of men, were arraigned today on a charge of assault to commit murder.

"Frank Sanceri, the man who was flogged by the self-styled "white knights" on Lookout Mountain in Hollywood several months ago, was found not guilty yesterday by a jury in Superior Judge Shea's courtroom of having unlawfully attacked Astrea Jolley, aged 11."




2/26/1926
T. W. Jolly, who has been at Palm Springs for some time, came home sick with the flu recently and is staying at the home of his son, Ted Jolly.


3/12/1926
Theodore W. Jolley Goes to Final Rest.
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Theodore Watson Jolley, who died Thursday morning, March 4, at the home of his son Theodore R. Jolley, was born in Mississippi in 1865. When a very young child, he moved to Texas with his parents. He married Miss Astrea Lane at Lockhart, TX 40 years ago. Widow, 5 sons, 2 daughters, 4 grandchildren and a brother in Texas. Lived in CA about 5 years.
Hemet-San Jacinto Cem.



California Death Index, 1940-1997
about Astrea Jolley
Name: Astrea Jolley
[Astrea Lane]
Social Security #: 0
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 12 Dec 1872
Birthplace: Tennessee
Death Date: 10 May 1940
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Newell
Father's Surname: Lane

California Death Index, 1940-1997
about Bernett Astrea Wellborn
Name: Bernett Astrea Wellborn
[Bernett Astrea Jolley]
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 20 Oct 1909
Birthplace: Texas
Death Date: 6 Dec 1981
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Lane
Father's Surname: Jolley





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