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  • Schmucker, Earl T

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 14 years, in Arizona for 16 years. COD: generalized peritonitis due to a pelvis abscess. Remains were shipped to the Barnard Funeral Home in Hawarden, Iowa for final arrangements., OBIT: Prescott Courier, 11 Jan 1966: He came to Arizona about 1950 from Rapid City, South Dakota where he had been in the auto-electric business from 1915 to 1943. During the latter part of WWII he had worked as a shop foreman in the aircraft maintainence department at the Rapid City Air Force Base. Survivors included his wife, Zelma of Prescott; a son, Bernie of Mitchell, South Dakota; a daughter, Miss Junelda Schmucker of Prescott and 2 grandchidren. The remains were shipped to Haywardan, Iowa for the final arrangements.

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  • Riebeling, Annie Dolly

    Death Certificate: COD: coronary thrombosis & diabetes. Resided in Prescott for 39 years, Arizona for 50 years - - Mt. View Cemetery records - Ruffner Funeral Home - ,OBIT: Prescott Courier, 3 Jul 1942: Moved to Prescott in 1903 from Phoenix. Previously had lived in Lenox, Massachusetts, Sapin, South Dakota and Phoenix. Husband was a former Yavapai County Assessor. Was known as "Mother Riebeling". Survivors included her husband; a son, Charles G. Riebeling; 3 daughters, Mrs. A. M. (Ina) Crawford, Mrs. C. D. (Helen) Rhodes and Miss Emma Riebeling, all of Prescott and 3 grandchildren. Ruffner Funeral Home (now Ruffner Wakeklin Funeral Home) was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Howington, Vernon Herod

    OBIT: Prescott Courer, 26 Nov 1966: Had lived in Arizona for 24 years. His residence was in Seligman, Yavapai, Arizona. He had moved to Arizona from New Mexico. Survivors included his wife, Ruth of Seligman; 3 daughters, Mrs. Patsy Laughlin of Prescott, Miss Vicky Lynn Howington of Seligman and Mrs. Bobby Jo Evans of Melvera, Arkansas; a son, Lst Lt. Marvin Howington, USAF; 3 brothers, Frank of Calipatria, California. A. E.of Phoenix and Marvin of Lovick, Texas; 4 sisters, Mrs. Leona Cooper of Redding, California, Mrs. Ethel Bolin of Hawkins, Texas, Mrs. Annie Bolin of Frisco, Texas and Mrs. Dee Alve Ridgeway of Pittsburg, California and 9 grandchildren. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Winstead, Annie (Miss)

    Death certificate: COD: TB. ÿDC signed by her mother. ÿBody was shipped to Berkley, California.

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  • Sharlot Hall and group at Highway Monument dedication

    Sharlot Hall,third from right standing at dedication of Highway Monument. From left, E. H. West, Miss Annie Louise Smith, George B. Shaffer, Shelton M. Donald, James L. Edwards, Budig (holding Joan) Devenfont, J. W. Walden, Dr. E. C. Sevle, Fred Guirey, Riley Bryant, Sharlot Hall, Honorable Nellie T. Bush, and Miss George Anne Shaffer. In 1882, Sharlot Mabridth Hall (b. 1870, d. 1943) moved from Lincoln County, Kansas to Lynx Creek, Arizona, 12 miles southeast of Prescott, with her father, James Knox Hall, her mother, Adeline Susannah Hall, and her brother, Edward V. Hall (Ted). She became a poet, penning a book of poetry, Cactus and Pine, and a journalist, also serving a stint as editor of Out West Magazine. In 1909, she became the first woman to hold public office in Arizona when she was appointed Territorial Historian. After leaving office in 1912, she cared for her aging parents at their farm, Orchard Ranch, until their deaths. She returned to public life in 1924 when she was selected as elector to carry Arizonas vote to Washington, D. C. In 1927, her long-time dream was realized when the original Territorial Governors Mansion in Prescott was leased to her for life, and she became the steward of the museum (1928) that now bears her name. During this period she also was a popular speaker before civic and professional groups throughout Arizona. She died on April 9, 1943, and her funeral was a large affair held at the museum, with the Governor giving the principal address. Fred M. Guirey ( b. 1909, d. 1984) was an engineer and architect in Maricopa County, who was the first landscape engineer hired by the Arizona Highway Commission. In that capacity he initiated one of the first highway beautification programs in the country. In 1952, he was appointed a member of the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Commission, on which he served for 25 years. He was instrumental in the acquisition of 93,000 acres of regional parks and the Black Canyon Shooting Range and Recreation Area. Nellie Trent Bush (b. November 29,1888, d. October 27,1963) was born in Missouri and arrived in Mesa, Arizona in 1893 with her family. She taught school in Glendale until moving with her husband, Joe, to Parker in 1915, where they established a hotel, bank, power plant and electric company and where Mrs. Bush taught and became principal at the Parker school. She also became the first woman to obtain a ferryboat license to navigate the Colorado River. In 1918 she began her political career as school trustee, followed by a term as justice of the peace, and later by six sessions in the Arizona House. In 1934 she became the state’s second female state senator. She obtained a law degree from the University of Arizona in 1924, and also in the 1920’s was the first woman appointed as U. S. Commissioner for Arizona, served as president of the local bank, and on state committees investigating corruption in the state Highway Department. She achieved national recognition as “Admiral of Arizona’s Navy” during a controversy over the construction of the Parker Dam. At the time of her death, she was serving on the Parker City Council.

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  • Thomas, Violet Annie (Mugford)

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    Violet Annie (Mugford) Thomas Original Obituary

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  • Smith, Annie

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    Annie Smith Notice of Funeral

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  • Mills, William J.

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    William J. Mills Original Obituary

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  • Mills, Joan Elizabeth (Macauley)

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    Joan Elizabeth (Macauley) Mills Original Obituary

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  • Mines - United Verde

    This subject is contained in 2 files. Newspaper and Out West Magazine articles regarding the United Verde Mine. Includes Story of the United Verde, United Verde Mine, Jerome, AZ author C. E. Mills chief engineer. Also includes United Verde New Connector Article.

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  • Howington, Annie "Mama "Paul"

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    Annie "Mama Paul" Howington Original Obituary

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  • Gray, Annie I. (Shaw)

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    Annie I. (Shaw) Gray Original Obituary

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  • God's Little Child / Little Miss Nobody

    Newspaper articles and correspondence from 1960-1961 and 2018 regarding the discover of a child's remains in the desert. This material pertains to an unsolved murder case in which the child victim was never identified. This case was also know as Little Miss Nobody murder case.

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