Log In

Log In

Forgot Your Password?

Cart Subtotal: $0.00

Search results for '"sharlot+hall"'

Items 1 to 15 of 42 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction
Switch View
  • Rudd, Robert Gilliam "Gil"

    Had lived in Arizona for 21 years, previous residence was in New York. COD: atherosclerotic heart disease. Had been a volunteer in the Archives at Sharlot Hall Museum for many years. Bradshaw Crematory in Prescott Valley and Arizona Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home in Prescott were in charge of the arrangements. YCRR

    Learn More |
  • Kangieser, Cloetta "Cloe"

    Had lived in Arizona for 30 years, previous residence was in Illinois. COD: respiratory arrest due to cancer of the pancrease. Hampton Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. YCRR, Prescott Courier newspaper states she was first president of the Mountain spinners and Weavers Guild and volunteer with Sharlot Hall Museum, served as secretary and later as president of the board for two years., NOTE: a cremation date of 23 Jan 1984 was found in the cremation records of Mt. View Crematorium.

    Learn More |
  • Fleming, George B

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Arizona for 3 years, previous residence was in Kansas. Survivors included a sister, Dorthy A Carberry. Remains were cremated and the ashes scattered in the Rose Garden at Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott.

    Learn More |
  • Miller, Charlotte C

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 8 Oct 1962" Memorial services were held 11 Oct 1962 in the First Congregational Church. Mrs. Miller had lived in La Habre, California for the past 15 years. Had been a teacher in her early days before she met and married Dr. Miller. They moved to San Francisco but returned after the "eathquake" to Prescott where he established his dental office. She was a close friend of Sharlot Hall and assisted in establishing the Sharlot Hall Museum.

    Learn More |
  • Storm, William R

    OBIT: Prescott Courier. Feb 1995. Was also a rancher, a finish carpenter & heavy equipment operator for Yavapai County before WWII. Past member of the Moose & Elk lodges, Prescott Camera Club, The Westerners, Yavapai Cattle Growers and was on the Board of Directors at Sharlot Hall Museum. Was a veteran of WWII, serving in the U.S. Navy. Survivors included his wife, Bernice (married 24 Apr 1942) 3 sons, James R. Harvey of San Jose, California; Jeff and George Storm of Tucson; 4 daughters, Joanne Rose of Red Bluff, California, Marilyn Hansen of San Dimas, California, Ellie Huddlestone of Prescott and Janet Gerdes of Ridgecrest, California, 29 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. , NOTE: a cremation date of 14 Feb 1995 was found in the files of the Mt. View Crematorium. Mt. View cemetery records show a burial (urn)date of 15 Feb 1995. Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

    Learn More |
  • Sparkes, Grace Marian

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 23 Oct 1963: Was a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy and in 1938 she moved to Texas Canyon, Cochise, Arizona where she operated the Texas Mine. Helped pioneer projects such as the Arizona Pioneers' Home and the Coronado National Memorial in the Huachuca Mountains. Was also secretary of the Prescott Frontier Days Association for 30 years. Was also instrumental in helping establish Sharlot Hall Museum.

    Learn More |
  • Riggles, M

    Prescott Municipal Records, Sharlot Hall Archives: 2 Apr 1905: Mr. Riggles was killed on the Chaparral Siding. Services were held at the chapel of H. M. Maus and Company in Prescott. Remains were shipped to New Comerstown, Ohio for burial.

    Learn More |
  • Young, Roy Douglas

    ADDITIONAL INFO: From a copy of Emily Ann Young's Journal located at Sharlot Hall Museum Archives., Death certificate: had lived in the Prescott area for 79 years. COD: cerebral vascular accident due to cerebral arteriosclerosis and bronchial pneumonia. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

    Learn More |
  • Horne, Margaret B.

    Mt. View cemetery records show a burial date of 19 Jul 1948. Is a member of the Sharlot Hall Rose Garden (placed by son, Edward W. Donovan), Arizona State Death Certificate: Surname spelled Horn. Had been in a hospital in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona for 13 days. COD: cerebral apoplexy. Usual residence was in Prescott. Had lived in Arizona for 48 years. A. L. Moore Mortuary in Phoenix was in charge of the arrangement.

    Learn More |
  • Hall, Sharlot Mabridth

    "Arizona's Beloved Poet Laureate and Historian". Territorial historian of Arizona from 1909-1912. She was instrumental in the restoration of the territorial capitol building which was the beginning of one of the finest historical museums in Arizona, the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott

    Learn More |
  • Hall, Adeline Susannah Boblett

    Married Jan 31 1869. Pioneer of the Old West; Mother of Sharlot Hall

    Learn More |
  • Boblett, Samuel Morgan

    Arrived Lynx Creek, Arizona Territory Dec 21 1876; married Mar 16 1890. Death certificate: COD: coronary occlusion. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. ,OBIT: Belle Monroe Collection: Survivors included his wife, Milly; and 2 sons, Ed and Fay. Cousin of Sharlot Hall;

    Learn More |
  • Boblett, Edward J.

    Death certificate: COD: "Natural causes, presumably heart trouble. Deceased died while in usual daily routine." Brother of Samuel Boblett; cousin of Sharlot Hall; 55 year resident of Arizona

    Learn More |
  • Wine, Elizabeth Malvina

    Death certificate: COD: high blood pressure. She lived in Arizona for 47 years. ,OBIT: Belle Monroe Collection: 47 years resident of Arizona. Her children included: Mrs. Rhoda Belle Reid (George), Mrs. Mary Irene "Mamie" Donnell (Jim), Pearl Sneary (Wesley), Mrs. Laura Wall Cochran,(Lex), Mrs. Ella Heath Haigler, Mrs. Maude McMahan (Raymond), and a son, Earl. ,Additional information from her biograph on file in the Memorial Rose Garden at Sharlot Hall Museum.

    Learn More |

Items 1 to 15 of 42 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

Grid  List 

Set Ascending Direction
Switch View