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  • Arrigo, Robert

    OBIT: Chapel of the Garden was in charge of the arrangements. Robert died as a result of an automoobile accident 13 miles north of Prescott on Highway 89A.

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  • Laing, C. W. (Bill)

    OBIT: Was killed when the helicopter he was in apparently slammed into a power line and crashed 16 miles south of Camp Verde. Survivors included his wife, Joyce and sons, Stephen, Charles and John; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bell of Prescott. Also surviving were his grandmother, Frannie Stephens, an aunt, Mabel Ellis and a stepbrother, Donald Bell Jr. of Phoenix. A memorial service was held in Phoenix for Laing and the two men (Forrest Cox and Carl A. Wilfert.) who were in the helicopter with him

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  • Hallman, June Arto Aka J. A. Hallman

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been in Prescott for 1 day and in Arizona for 3 years. Usual residence was in Apache Junction, Pinal, Arizona. COD: crushing injuries to the chest and body due to an auto accident and exposure of 25 hours. Also suffered a fracture of the right humerus and left hip and chronic bronchitis. He was in an automobile accident (car went over a cliff) 50 miles south of Prescott. Remains were taken to St. Louis, Missouri for the final arrangements.

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  • Stillwell, George Doyle

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been at Fort Whipple for 1 day and in Arizona for 37 years. Usual residence was in Prescott. COD: abdominal hemorrhage following splenactomy and repair of hiatus hernia. He was in an accident 2 miles north of Prescott - car left the highway (89) and turned over 3 times. Records show he was buried in the Veteran's Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Lynn, William M.

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been at Fort Whipple for 1 month and in Arizona for 3 years. Usual residence was in Buckeye, Maricopa, Arizona. COD: bleeding from esophageal. Remains were shipped to Kerman, California for the final arrangements.

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  • Chase, Diana Margaret

    Arizona Death Certificate: Usual residence was at Arizona State College (ASU) in Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona. COD: Automobile went out of control and overturned on Highway 93, 32 miles North of Wickenburg. Remains were take to Rosewell, New Mexico for the final arrangements.

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  • Stevens, Donald A

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been in Cottonwood for 5 years and in Arizona for 23? years. Usual residence was in Hereford, Cochise, Arizona. COD: was in an accident 35 miles South of Cottonwood - truck overturned. Had a pulmonary edema due to a low nep? syndrome from inhalation of diesel fumes. His truck overturned in a canyon. Remains were taken to the Hubbard Mortuary in Bisbee, Cochise, Arizona for burial in the Bisbee Cemetery.

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  • Miles, Howard Paine

    Arizona Death Certificate: It was unknown how long he had been on Cottonwood. Usual residence was in Sedona, Coconino, Arizona. COD: encephalitis due to arteriosclerosis. Remains were taken to the Greenwood Crematory in Phoenix for the final arrangements.

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  • Kerr, Harry A

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been at Fort Whipple for 2 months and in Arizona for 10 years. Usual residence was in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona. COD: hemothorax. Remains were taken to Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona for the final arrangements.

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  • Miles, Corey Lucien

    Arizona Death Certificate: COD: coronary occlusion, due to emphysema. Place of death was located 3 miles north on the Diamond P Ranch. Remains were taken to the Greenwood Mortuary in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona for the final arrangements.

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  • Connolly, John E

    Arizona Death Certificate: Had been at Fort Whipple for 7 months and in Arizona for 40 years. COD: broncho pneumonia due to emphysema. Remains were taken to Holbrook, Apache, Arizona for the final arrangements.

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  • Godel, John F

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 3 years and in Arizona for 11 years. He was married, wife may have been Esther Godel. COD: respiratory failure due to lung cancer. Remains were shipped to the Kucera Rozanek Funeral Home in Schuyler, Nebraska for the final arrangements.

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  • James, Annie

    Hampton Funeral Home Records: Had lived in Prescott for 3 years and in Arizona for 87 years. COD: generalized vascular sclerosis. Burial was in the Indian Cemetery in Prescott., OBIT: Was the oldest member of the Prescott Yavapai trbe and was an outstanding basket weaver, winning first place at the Chicago World's Fair. Survivors included 2 daughters, Eleanor Dora and Mrs. Effie Starr, both of Prescott; a son, Leonard of Clarkdale (Arizona,) a sister, Mrs. Emma Johnson of Ft Dowell, Arizona 28 grandchildren, 44 great grandchildren and 1 great great grandchild. Services were in the Bethel Assembly Chapel. Burial was in the Indian Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Souza, Edward Francis

    Death Certificate: COD: extreme multiple injuries in an aircraft accident about 5 miles north of Prescott. Remains were taken to Luke Air Force Base near Phoenix for the final arrangements.

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