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  • Boyd, John D.

    Newspaper Obituary: December 4, 1907 Prescott Evening Courier Page: 4

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  • Lessard, Clarence J

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Was a veteran of WWII. Burial was in the Arizona Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in Cave Creek, Maricopa, Arizona

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  • Dimitroff, Frank

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Was a life long resident of Arizona. COD: drowned in s bathtub. Burial was in the County Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Gieseker, Clarence V

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Was a first LT in the QMC during WWII.Had worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad as a passenger service administrator for many years. He later worked for the City of San Francisco as an administrator. His usual residence was in Mohave County, Arizona. Had been in Arizona for 2 years. Surviviors included two brothers, Everett of Albuquerque and Bert of Plum City, Wisconsin; 4 sisters; Pearl Titis of Bremerton, Washington; Nettie Reuter of Milwaukee, Wis., Florence Gieseker of Minnesapolis and Fern Steininger of Hyattisville, Maryland and several nieces and nephews. Remains were cremated and scattered in Thumb Butte area west of Prescott.

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  • Boren, Grace Mae

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Grace was a life long resident of Arizona. The death date is the date whe was found. She had worked in Jerome, Arizona in the 1920's in a music store. She had lived and worked most of her life in the Prescott area. Survivors include 6 grandchildren and many great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and an aunt, Margaret ODell, of Prescott. She was the last of 10 children born Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Sherwood, Clayton S

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 9 years. Previous residence was in Trotwood, Ohio. Survivors included his wife, Patricia; a son, John, of Englewood, Ohio; 3 daughters, Janice Cunningham of Hebron, West Virginia, Elizabeth Kiesow of Phoenix and Donna Jackson of Prescott; a brother, Charles of Hemet, California, a sister, Elizabeth Hackatorn of Parkersburg, West Virginia and 9 grandchildren. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Carbajal, Maria Del Carmen

    Cause of death self inflicted gunshot wound of head

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  • McCoy, Elmo

    Remains shipped to Harris Funeral Home, Morrilton, Arkansas

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  • Jones, Mary Alice

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Have liver in Prescott and in Arizona for 26 years. She was married, husband may have been Charles Jones. COD: hypertension. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona

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  • Glover, John H

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Was in transit. Had been in Arizona for 17 days. Usual residence was in Oxen Hill, Maryland. COD: congestive heart failure due to arteriosclerotic heart disease. Remains were shipped to Wally Funeral Home in Mount Rainier, Maryland for the final arrangements.

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  • Blanner, Joseph John

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been in in Prescott and Arizona for 1 year. Usual residence was in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. He was married, wife's name was not given. COD: arteriosclerotic heart disease. Remains were taken to the Gibbons Desert View Chapel in Mesa, for the final arrangements.

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  • Dean, Alfred

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been in Prescott for 1 month and in Arizona for 4 years. Usual residence was in Yarnell, Yavapai, Arizona. He was married, wife was probably Gladys Dean. COD: arteriosclerosis. Remains were taken to the Greenwood Memorial Park in Phoenix, Arizona for cremation.

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  • Cook, James W

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 2 years and in Arizona his entire life. He was married, his wife's name was not given. COD: congestive heart failure. Burial was in the Pioneer Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Walker, William F

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been in Prescott for 18 years. He was married, wife may have been Helen J. Walker. COD: lung cancer. Burial was in the Veteran's Cemetery in Prescott

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  • Harper, Kenneth Lavell

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: COD: suffocation due to the inhalation of milk or vomitus. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott

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