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  • Wolfe, Sharoll. 'Sherry' L

    OBIT: Was a graduate of Camp Verde High School. Had been an employee of the Camp Verde Water Company. Survivors included her husband, Dan; son, Morgan; mother, Alta Bruce and a brother, Steve Bruce. Hepler Chapel in Camp Verde was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Middle Verde Cemetery near Camp Verde, Yavapai, Arizona.

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  • Acosta, Manuel

    Not on MAP. DEATH CERT--8 months old, COD double pneumonia, died at 216 South Granite Street, informant was C. Acosta, Ruffner Funeral Home, both parents born in Mexico.

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  • Dickerson, Alva Amelia

    OBIT: She arrived in Prescott in 1897 and lived here for 44 years. She then moved to Tucson for 18 years before moving to Phoenix. She had been a resident of the Arizona Pioneer's Home for 1 year. Survivors included a son, Albert Maloy of Phoenix, 2 daughters, Mrs. Pauline Herrman of Sierra Vista, Arizona and Mrs. Clara Bell Wilhite of Pasadena, Texas; 9 granchildred and 17 great grandchildren. The Sunset Chapel in Prescott was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Pioneer Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Domolecny, Barbara Lee Skinner

    Obit, Prescott Courier, Jan. 18, 1991; ,NOTE: Had lived in Arizona for 29 years, previous residence was in Colorado. COD: acute myocardial infarction. Memory Chapel (now Heritage Memory Mortuary) was in charge of the arrangements.YCRR ,A cremation date of 21 Jan 1991 was found in the records of the Mt. View Crematorium.

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  • Ritter, William

    Death certificate: COD: cancer of the gall bladder. Had lived in Arizona for 68 years, was a rancher in the Kirkland, Yavapai, Arizona area. ,OBIT: Belle Monroe Collection: Was brought to the Arizona Territory as a boy of 4, where the family settled at the Rock House, 4 miles south of Hillside. Had lived in Kirkland since 1906 and was an active member of the Arizona & Yavapai Cattle Growers Associations. Survivors included his wife, Pearl J. Ritter and 2 brothers, Henry of California and Wayne R, of Tempe, Arizona. Two other brothers, Edward and John pre-deceased him. Also surviving were a nephew, Curtis Ritter of Kirkland and 3 nieces, Mrs. Charlie Lange of Ashfork, Mrs. G. H. Miller and Mrs. Alta Rose Cherry both of Prescott.

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  • Ritter, Nellie Grace

    Arrived in the Arizona Territory in 1902. Married Jun 05 1907 Prescott, Arizona Territory ,OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Mar 1962: Was a charter member of the Kirkland Women's Club, and a member of the Yavapai & Arizona Cattle Growers Associations. Was Arizona Mother of the Year in 1955. Survivors included a son, Curtis of the Ritter Ranch in Kirkland; 2 daugthers, Mrs. Edna Grace Lang of Fossel, Oregon and Alta Rose Smith of Farmington, California; 7 grandsons and 7 great grandchildren. ,Arizona Death Certificate: Burial was in the Simmons' Cemetery in Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona.

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  • Ritter, Henry

    OBIT: Prescott Courier, 4 Mar 1953: Came to Yavapai County as a young man. He made his home in Kirkland, Yavapai, Arizona where he owned a ranch for many years. Survivors included a nephew, Curtis Ritter of Kirkland; 3 nieces, Mrs. Clara Miller of Prescott, Mrs. Alta Rose of Pensacola, Florida, and Mrs. Edna Long of Mitchell, Oregon; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Nellie Ritter of Kirkland.

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  • Molina, Alta Gracis Gallegos

    Death certificate: COD: pueperal hemorrhage

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  • Hanks, Alta Lorene

    Cem & obit recs. INFO: SS# issued TX.

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  • Wendt, George Vincent

    Had lived in Prescott with his family since 1957. He was a senior at Prescott High School. He was an active member of the tennis team, the treasurer of the Key Club and particiated in summer softball. He worked to the City Recreation Department as a basketball referee and was a member of the Yavapai Chapter of the DeMolay. Survivors included his parents, 2 sisters, Tonia Lee of Prescott and Mrs. Alice Dillick of Tucson; paternal grandparents Mrs. & Mrs. E. B. Wendt of Loveland, Colorado and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Montle of Aztec, New Mexico. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial date of 11 Feb 1970;

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  • Tena, Jose R.

    OBIT: Had lived in Bagdad for 55 years and in Prescott for 3 years. Survivors included his wife Lucy, 4 daughters, Mrs. Petra Martinez and Mrs. Maria Jemenez, both of Prescott; Mrs. Ramona Tradegado of Bagdad and Mrs. Sarah Burton of Chula Vista, California; 2 sons, Richardo of Tucson and Salomon of Nogales; a sister and brother out of state; 16 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Memory Chapel was in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Mt. View Cemetery in Prescott.

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  • Roberts, Vivian S.

    Obit Oct 1992 ,NOTE: a cremation date of 24 Oct 1992 was found in the files of the Mt. View Crematorium. Ruffner Wakelin Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Rees, Herbert David

    Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial date of 16 Jan 1970; ,OBIT: Prescott Courier, 14 Jan 1970. Had been an active member of the Chino Valley School Board and a member of the Chino Valley Community Church. Survivors included his wife; 2 daughters, Herbert Jr. and Daniel, all of Chino Valley, 4 sisters, Mrs. Nellie Cotton of Phoenix; Mrs. Mabel Shuman and Mrs. Rosealie Robinson both of Chula Vista, California and Mrs. Laura Card of Reno, Nevada. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements

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  • Owens, Florence Annie

    Mt. View Cemetery records show a burial date of 10 Jan 1972 ,OBIT: Arizona Republic, 7 Jan 1972. Mrs. Owens came to Arizona from Lordsburg, New Mexico in 1909 and made her home in the Prescott and Yarnell area. Survivors included a daughter, Mrs. Alta Breidenbach of Bagdad; a son, Ogden Owens of Darwin, California; 2 brothers, Alfred Page of Dinosaur, Colorado and Holly Miller of Galt, California; 3 sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Brown and Mrs. Lucille Wright of Goodyear and Mrs. Lenora Wombacher of Ajo; 7 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren 1 great-great-grandchild and one great-greeat-great-grandchild. Ruffner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

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  • Lemons, Norman William

    OBIT: Prescott Courier 5 Jan 1969: Veteran of WWII and a long time resident of Prescott. Jerry Lemons, his son, of Phoenix, a sister, Mrs. Harriet Vinning of Vista, California and one grandchild were listed as survivors

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