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Ruggles, Etta Sophia

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OBIT: Prescott Courier; 26 Jun 1969: "She came to the United States from Sweden when she was 17 years old and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a contingent of Mormons". She married C. B. Ruggles in Anchorage Alaska, where both were employed as guides by the Eastman Kodak Company and as trappers. Later, they moved to Arivaca, where she taught school and he worked in the mining business. She resided in the Prescott-Sedona area off and on for years before moving to this city from Chula Vista, California in 1968. Was a member of the Tucson White Shrine, the Order of the Eastern Star and the Prescott Friendship Club and Senior Citizens Club. Survivors included her step-mother, Greta Hellstrom, a sister, Hildur Nilsson and a brother, Arnie Hellstrom, all of Sala, Sweden. Burial was to be in the Evergreen Memorial Park in Tucson, Pima, Arizona
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Birthdate: 25 Mar 1897
Birthplace: Sweden
Burial Info: Shipped/
Date of Death: 24-Jun-69
File Number: 43570
First Name: Etta Sophia
Last Name: Ruggles
Occupation: Guide in Alaska and school teacher
Spouse: widow of D. B. Ruggles

Additional Info

File Number 43570
Last Name Ruggles
First Name Etta Sophia
Birthdate 25 Mar 1897
Birthplace Sweden
Date of Death 24-Jun-69
Burial Info Shipped/
Marker No
Spouse widow of D. B. Ruggles
Parents No
Occupation Guide in Alaska and school teacher
Description OBIT: Prescott Courier; 26 Jun 1969: "She came to the United States from Sweden when she was 17 years old and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a contingent of Mormons". She married C. B. Ruggles in Anchorage Alaska, where both were employed as guides by the Eastman Kodak Company and as trappers. Later, they moved to Arivaca, where she taught school and he worked in the mining business. She resided in the Prescott-Sedona area off and on for years before moving to this city from Chula Vista, California in 1968. Was a member of the Tucson White Shrine, the Order of the Eastern Star and the Prescott Friendship Club and Senior Citizens Club. Survivors included her step-mother, Greta Hellstrom, a sister, Hildur Nilsson and a brother, Arnie Hellstrom, all of Sala, Sweden. Burial was to be in the Evergreen Memorial Park in Tucson, Pima, Arizona