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  • Kovacovich, Emil

    Death certificate: COD: cirrhosis of liver. Info from William Kovacovich. Naturalized in 1913. Married 1914 in Yavapai Co. Arizona Naturalization records show left Bremen, Germany 12 Apr 1903, Arrived Port of Baltimore, MD 26 Apr 1903 on vessel, "Frankfort". Naturalization approved 7 Aug 1913 in US District Court in Yavapai County.

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  • Lash, Calvin Eugene (Gene)

    OBIT: President of Associated Grocers Employees Union during his employment in the grocery industry. Worked later for the Salt River Project until 1979. Moved from Munds Parks to Cottonwood in 1990.

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  • Lomeli, Francisco

    Buried 7 March 1985. Birthdate from Social Security Death Index. Married 1924 in Yavapai Co. Arizona

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  • Marrujo, Tranquilino

    Death certificate: COD: acute myocardial insufficiency

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  • Reyes, Rutilio

    Death certificate: COD: circulatory failure. Info from Tedora Reyes. Married Yavapai Co in 1931

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  • Selna, Virgil

    Buried 25 March 1938. Death certificate: COD: cirrhosis of liver. Married in Yavapai Co. 1904.

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  • Selna, Virgil

    Death certificate: COD: respiratory failure due to bromide poisioning and cirrhosis of the liver.. Info from Ted Selna. ├┐Had lived in the Verde Valley for 33 years.

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  • Smithee, Charles Arvid

    OBIT. Buried 27 Sept 1977. INFO: also worked as a grocery clerk for the T. F. Miller Company in Clarkdale

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  • Zuercher, Leo J.

    Buried 3 July 1991. Married in Yavapai Co in 1936. Returned to Arizona from CA in 1966

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  • Bailey, Artho M. (Pete)

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 24 Nov 1970: Was employed at the Internationlal Harvester Plant and was a coal miner for a few years prior to coming to Prescott. Had been the assistant manager of Arizona General Supply Company. Was an avid bowler and golfer. Survivors included his wife, Irma; 8 daughters, Mrs. Betty Sharp of Phoenix, Mrs. Jacquelin Sumner of Walnut, California; Mrs. Stephanie Neff of Prescott; Mrs. Mary K. Collum of Cassville, Missouri, Mrs. Neta Reeser of Prescott; Mrs. Lou Ann Tidwell of Ogden, Utah, and Penelope and Tracy Bailey of Prescott. Also surviving was a son, William of Prescott, a sister, Mrs. Kathryn Kelly of Belville, Illinois and a brother, Rev. Winten Bailey of Petersburg, Indiana and 14 grandchildren. Hampton Funeral home was in charge of the local arrangements. Cremation by Greenwood Memorial Park in Phoenix.

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  • Ballard, Ira E.

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Aug 1961: Operated a general store in Greenview, West Virginia before moving to Prescott because of his wife's health. Operated the Buena Vista Lodge and Apache Lodge at the time of his death. ,Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott and Arizona for 37 years. COD: uremia, nephrosclerosis and cerebral sclerosis. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Barnes, Albert Leroy

    OBIT: Prescott Courierm, 1 May 1974: He had moved to Prescott from Chandler 2 1/2 years. Survivors included his wife, Jo Frances; a son, Charles Wallace of Phoenix, a daughter, Mrs. Carol Sue Oldenberg of Dallas, Texas and 3 grandchildren. Memory Chapel was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Collins, Charles E.

    Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial date of 13 Apr 1964 ,Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had been at Fort Whipple for 24 days and in Arizona for 28 years. Usual residence was in Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona. COD: peritonitis due to the perforation of the large bowel. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Craver, Gertrude

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 12 Sep 1952: Came to Prescott with her husband in 1921. They operated several businesses included Cottage Heights Sanitarium, Cravers Famous Candies and Miller Valley Grocery. Survivors included 6 sons, Ross, of Glendale, California, George and Don, both of Phoenix, Jack of Topeka, Kansas, Elmer of Prescott and Roy of Wahaura, Kansas; 3 sisters, Mrs. Lilah Rohr of Pasadena, Texas, Mrs. Iva Mearns, Troy, New York and Mrs. Henrietta Bongle, of Long Island New York and 15 grandchildren. Mt. View Cemetery and Hampton Funeral Home were in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Dreyer, Frank

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Arizona for 70 years. Previous residence was in California. He had served in the Army from 1917-1919 as a Corporal. Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial (urn)date of 26 Jun 1981.

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