Wyoming Newspaper Project
July 6, 1905
Information courtesy of the Wyoming Newspaper Project. The following was published in the Converse County Herald.
Mrs. Hall and son Jesse left Tuesday evening for Hermosa, South Dakota, having received a telegram that morning announcing the death of Mr. Hall, the husband and father, at that place. The news was a great shock as they had not heard that he was ill. Particulars of his death have not been learned as yet. While Mrs. Hall and son have been among us but a few weeks they have already made a great many friends who will join with the HERALD in extending to them their heartfelt sympathy at this time.
Converse County Herald
July 13, 1905
Mrs. Hall and son, Jesse, returned to Lusk the first of the week, after performing the last sad rites over the remains of the husband and father, which was laid to rest in the Bodarc cemetery near Harrison, Nebraska.
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Anna D. Hall (October 8, 1879 - April 23, 1974)Edward Hall (October 25, 1905 - October 15, 1908)Floyd Lee Hall (July 10, 1898 - July 27, 1970)Francis Matthew Hall (November 16, 1867 - January 25, 1949)Frank William Hall (January 16, 1902 - February 12, 1973)Grace Elizabeth Hall (July 28, 1893 - September 16, 1991)Jesse L. Hall (December 14, 1876 - December 6, 1975)Sarah A. Hall (May 9, 1873 - August 28, 1910)Seth M. Howard (Date Unknown - November 8, 1975)John C. Marsteller (November 2, 1930 - August 7, 1968)Mark Richard Marsteller (April 16, 1966 - September 28, 1970)Arthur Lowell Rymill (April 19, 1920 - August 9, 2011)Nellie M. Rymill (Date Unknown - November 15, 1946)Robert J. Rymill (November 25, 1891 - April 26, 1976)
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