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  • Neely, Bernice Elizabeth

    Had lived in Arizona for 22 years, previous residence was in Missouri. Had been living in Spring Valley, Yavapai, Arizona prior to being admitted to a local hopsital. COD: cardiopulmonary arrest due cerebral vascular accident. Mt. View Crematory and Hampton Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements. YCRR

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  • Croft, Irma Delaney

    Death certificate: COD: toxemia. Had lived in Prescott & Arizona for 12 years., Remains were shipped to San Jose, California for the final arrangements.

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  • Orthel, John H

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 30 Jan 1963: Attended schools in Iowa and Missouri. Came to Prescott in 1906 and was employed by the Head Lumber Co. Became secretary-treasurer of the firm in 1919 and retired in 1951 as manager. Was a member of the Arizona State Legislature. Member of Modern Woodmen of American, Aztlan Lodge #1, Golden Rule Chapter of the Eastern Star and many other organizations. Survivors included his wife, Marie; 2 sons; John C. of San Diego and William of Chapter Oak. California; a daughter Mary Ann Orthel of Los Angeles; a sister, Mrs. Erskin Jones of Idaho; 2 brothers, George of Washington State & Frank of Missouri; 2 nieces, and 5 grandchildren. A. L. Moore and Sons Funeral Home in Phoenix and Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott were in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Huffaker, George Washington

    Death certificate: COD: cerebral hemorrhage. Had lived in Prescott & Arizona for 2 years. Mt. View Cemetery and Ruffner Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Lindley, Mary Caldoona

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 2 years, in Arizona for 43 years. COD: senile debility due to arteriosclerosis. Burial was in the Pioneer Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Banghart, George Jr.

    OBIT: probably the Weekly Miner. Died aged 14y. Left home to round up milk cows when struck by lightning while seeking shelter by a juniper tree. He and his horse were killed. Buried at old Fort Whipple Cemetery, Del Rio Springs.

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  • Derrick, Mary Holcomb Keese

    Death certificate: COD: third degree burns over 75 % of her body from an accident in Clarkdale. The death certificate was signed by George Keese of Kingman.

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  • Pattee, George Nelson

    Death Certificate: COD: lobar pneumonia; Mt. View Cemetery and Ruffner Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Foster, George Washington

    Death Certificate: COD: hypertensive heart disease. Had lived in Prescott for 1 year, Arizona for 2 years. Mt. View Cemetery records and Ruffner Funeral Home.

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  • Bukove, Ernest Donald

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 10 Jul 1963: Came to Prescott in 1928 & operated an automobile agency under the name of the Vukove Motor Company until 1957. Served three terms on the City Council, was a member of the Smoki People and Elks Lodge # 330. Was a director of the Chamber of Commerce, a senior warden at St. Luke's Episcopal Church and a former member of the Yavapai County Sheriff's Posse. Survivors included his widow of Prescott; a daughter, Mary Ann, a student at George Washington University in Washington D.C.; a son, Robert A. of San Mateo, California; 2 brothers, Charles of Taos, New Mexico and Michael J. of Ogden, Utah. ,Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Pilant, Archibald Roscoe

    OBIT: Arizona Republic, 13 Jul 1970: Had been a resident of Prescott for 21 years. Survivors included a brother George Pilant of Takoma, Washington and 2 sisters, Iva St. Peter and Myrtle Battell both of Spokane, Washington., Burial was in the Valley View Cemetery in Clarkdale, Yavapai, Arizona 14 Jan 1970

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  • Wells, Rosalind G

    Married Oct 5 1869, Prescott, Arizona Territory. ÿGrew up at her father's (George Banghart)Stage Station Chino Valley, Arizona Territory. ÿHer mother, Mary, was a sister of Ed Peck, Indian scout and later a prominent miner in the Prescott area., Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Wells, Mary Elizabeth Hill

    Buried 2 Dec 1957. ÿFamily moved to Miller Valley in 1874. ÿMarried John Wells, 26 June 1883, in Prescott. Survivors included sons, John M and George Wells and daughters, Harriett Marshall, Lora Upton and Mary Caywood., Death certificate: had lived in Prescott & Arizona for 82 years. COD: cerebral thrombosis due to cerebral sclerosis. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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