..daughter Mrs. Curtis (Lizzie) Lindley.
..The other Lizzie (Oliver) didn't move to
..Livermore until 1871. However, another
..account in the paper years later stated that
..J. C. McLeod had hired "'Aunt Lizzie"
..cook at a hotel he owned in Centerville
..and then she moved to Livermore and he
..filed his subdivision map naming the street
..after her. In 1927 the city changed the
..street name to Livermore Avenue. (For
..the record, John Oliver, longtime reporter
..and then editor of the Herald in the early
..1970s, is not a descendant of Lizzie.)
..Company I. The monument in Carnegie
..(Library) Park honors the memory of
..Company I, Fifth infantry, of the Califor-
..nia National Guard, a Livemrore-based
..unit. It was organized April 20, 1900 in
..local Odd Fellows Hall with 52 members
..sworn in that evening.
..The end of Company I came Sept. 24,