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  • 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

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  • 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.

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  • Metzger, Wayne Waston

    Cem recs. INFO: SS# issued OR. Lived Arizona 36 years, last 21 in Verde Valley. Resident of Cottonwood. Employed by Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott.

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  • Moore, Andrew Jackson

    Bio at Sharlot Hall Archives ,Newspaper Obituary: The weekly Arizona miner., May 08, 1885, page 4.2

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  • Young, Joseph Franklin

    Death certificate: COD: chronic myocarditis. Had lived in Arizona for 65 years. ,INFO: From a copy of Emily Ann Young's Journal located at Sharlot Hall Museum Archives. He was a deputy sheriff for 35 years and sheriff of Yavapai County in 1915. ,NOTE: Death certificate shows he was born in Barstow, California.

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  • Middleton, Archie

    Death Certificate: COD: organic heart disease; Mt. View Cemetery records, Ruffner Funeral Home; ,Marriage 23 Apr 1906 in Prescott: From a copy of Emily Ann Young's Journal located at Sharlot Hall Museum Archives.

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  • Ferguson, Earleene Hermione

    Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial date of 17 Dec 1971. ,NOTE: Spouses names and death place from a letter to Dora Whiteside from Frances Saueressig (daughter of Earleen and Leon D. Ferguson)on file at Sharlot Hall Museum Achives. ,OBIT: Prescott Courier, 16 Dec 1971: Moved Arizona from Dallas, Texas in 1919 and to Prescott from Phoenix about 1940. Survivors included her husband, Leon (Tex) Ferguson of Hootenanny Holler (north of Prescott); 2 sons, L. Dean Tatum of New Port Beach, California and Clarence G. Tatum of Barstow, California; 2 daughters, Cheryl Emerson of Prescott and Frances Saueressig of Topeka, Kansas; a brother who lived out of state and 5 grandchildren. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Favour, Eva Mclean

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 10 Feb 1967: Had lived in Prescott for 47 years. She came to Prescott in 1919 from Montana and married A. H. Favour at that time. She was an ardent worker for local charities. The bulk of her efforts and talents were devoted to orienting and cataloging artifacts at Sharlot Hall Museum. Survivors included 2 sons, John and A. L. who were local attorneys and 2 daughters, Mrs. Sherman Hazeltine of Phoenix and Mrs. Henry Merchant of Tucson; a sister, Mrs. Helen Nevius, of Los Angeles, 9 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and a niece. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Denny, Etta A.

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 7 Dec 1971: Was the last of 10 children born to her parents. Her father was an Army scout who settled with his family in the Walnut Creek & Williamson Valley areas in 1878. She had served as a past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star in Prescott and was a charter member of the Yavapai Cowbelles. Survivors included her husband, Clarence, 2 stepdaughters, Caroline Allen and Anne Cook of Prescott and a stepson, Dick Denny of Skull Valley; 15 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Ruffner (now Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home) was in charge of the arrangements. ,INFO: From a copy of Emily Ann Young's Journal located at Sharlot Hall Museum Archives. She married Archie 23 Apr 23 1906 and then W. Clarence Denny in Jan 1949 in Prescott.

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  • Page, James

    Death certificate: COD: acute myocardial failure. Info from son, J. Edgar Page. Married in Yavapai Co. in 1887. Lived in Cornville. OBIT: Came to the United States in 1875 from Canada. First lived in Colorado. Moved to Flagstaff in 1883 and in 1885 he founded the Page Springs Ranch in the Oak Creek District. ÿNote: headstone shows birth year as 1851, Newspaper Obituary: written by Sharlot Hall Prescott Evening Courier - Feb 26,1941 page 8.2

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  • Mullen, Milber Caroline

    Buried 12 August 1982. OBIT: To Tempe in 1904, Jerome in 1918. Volunteered at Jerome Museum & Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott. ÿAlso lived at the Pioneer's home in Prescott which shows she arrived in Arizona in 1910. ÿHer obituary shows she moved to Tempe in 1904.

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  • McDaniel, Louise Nelson Fagerberg

    A member of the Prescott Historical Society and the Sharlot Hall Museum Board.

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  • Heap, Helen Mary

    Buried 11 Jan 1964. Charter member of Sharlot Hall Museum Historical Society and the Order of the Eastern Star. Married Harry Heap 5 Oct 1899. ÿSurvivors included 2 sons, Joe of Prescott and Harry Wells Heap of Santa Barbara; a sister, Mrs. John Wilson of Los Angeles; a brother Frank O. Wells, of San Diego; 3 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

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  • Heap, Dora Virginia Rosenblat

    Was a life long resident of the State of Arizona. COD: cardiac arrhythmia. Arizona Ruffner Funeral Home in Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Cremation by Mt. View Crematory in Prescott. YCRR, Mt. View cemetery records show a burial date of 4 July 1984; ÿ

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