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  • Wood, Leslie Martin

    Newspaper articles and handwritten family history regarding dowser ("Water Witch") Leslie Martin Wood.

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  • Wood, John Martin

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been in the Pioneer home for 2 years and in Arizona for 84 years. He came to Arizona in 1886 to settle in Fort Thomas. He entered the Pioneer Home in 1968. Survivors included 4 sons, Leslie of Mayer, Fred and Clifford of Winkelman and Bert of Camp Verde and 11 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. COD: uremia. Remains were taken to South Lawn Memorial Park in Tucson, Pima, Arizona for the final arrangements.

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  • Wood, Anne

    Had lived in Arizona for 85 years, previous residence was in Montana. COD: terminal pneumonia due to genealized arteriosclerosis. Hampton Funeral Home in Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Remains were taken to the Southlawn Cemetery in Tucson, Pima, Arizona for burial. YCRR

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  • Wood, Leslie Martin

    Was a life long resident of Arizona. COD: cardiac arrest and old age. Hampton Funeral Home in Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Remains were shipped to the South Lawn Cemetery in Tucson, Pima, Arizona for burial. YCRR

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  • Wood, Leslie K

    Death certificate: COD: hypostatic pneumonia, cerebral thrombosis and arteriosclerosis. Had lived in the Pioneer Home for 3 1/2 years, Arizona for 78 years. Body was shipped to Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona

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  • Wood, William Frederick

    Had lived in Arizona for 56 years, 9 years in Prescott. COD: prostate cancer. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements. YCRR

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  • Clayton, Noah Weatherly

    Death certificate: COD: acute myocardinal insufficiency & bronchial pneumonia ,OBIT: Belle Monroe Collection: had lived in Camp Verde for 23 years. Survivors included his wife, 2 sons, Leslie of Camp Verde and Benton of Texas; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Tompkins, and a number of grand and great grandchildren.

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  • Harbeson, Woodford Fay

    Death Cert--31 yrs old, COD fracture of skull-thrown from horse, resided in Camp Wood Arizona, ÿborn in Kentucky, mother born in Ohio.

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  • Slama, Rosalie L. "Lee" (Wood)

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    Rosalie L. "Lee" (Wood) Slama Original Obituary

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  • Ribelin, DeWeese "Dee" Virginia (Wood)

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    DeWeese "Dee" Virginia (Wood) Ribelin Original Obituary

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  • Owens, Loretta Joyce (Wood)

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    Loretta Joyce (Wood) Owens Original Obituary

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  • Songs

    Pearson's Magazine, January 1903 article entitled "Cowboy Songs and Dances" . Newspaper and magazine articles regarding Cowboy songs.

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  • Ranches & Ranching - Stories

    Newspaper articles regarding various ranching stories. Includes A Walnut Grove Christmas - Budge Ruffner Days Past articles The Cowboy Primer The "Real Onery, Man-eatingm Can't Be Rode Bronco" The Round Up Cook - Will C. Barnes Pioneer Cow Days in Arizona - Sharlot Hall List of sources and collateral reading The Yavapai Land - How it changed A Day at an Arizona Ranch Photographing the Cowboy as he disappears The Evolution of the Saddle The Evolution of a Cowhide - Charles H. Coe Critters & Characters - Jonathan E. Peek

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  • National Forests, Parks & Monuments - Grand Canyon

    This category is contained in 2 files. Newspaper articles, Arizona Highway Magazines, article, Sharlot Hall Gazette article entitled, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band,, National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form for the El Tovar Stables and Blacksmith Shop, Article regarding Bessie Hyde, the first woman to ride the Colorado River, written by Norm Tessman. Chronology of the Grand Canyon Trails. "Julius Farlee, John Hance, W.W. Bass and the Birth of Grand Canyon Tourism, 1883 - 1893."

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  • Leslie, David Robert

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    David Robert Leslie Original Obituary

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