The Lusk Herald
September 21, 1916
Sad Death of Fred L. Morse
In last week's issue of the Herald it was stated in error that Garth Percival was the victim of the run-away out near Hat Creek; instead, it should have been stated that his father-in-law, Mr. Fred L. Morse, was the unfortunate person.
Mr. Morse was born in Buda, Ill., May 2, 1861, and died at his daughter's home, 8 miles east of Hat Creek, Wyoming, Sept. 15, 1916, aged 55 years, 4 months and 13 days. Mr. Morse was on a visit to his daughter and her husband when the sad accident occurred, and the sincerest sympathy of the whole community is extended to the bereaved relatives.
Besides his widow, he leaves two daughters to mourn his loss; Mrs. G.D. Percival of Hat Creek and Miss Flora Mae Morse of Des Moines, Iowa. The deceased was a most loving husband and a kind and indulgent father, and his untimely death came as a great shock to his dear ones.
The Lusk Herald
September 14, 1916
Garth Percival was badly injured yesterday in a run-away, the wagon passing over his chest and injuring him internally. Drs. Dale, who are attending him, are not prepared to say what the outcome will be. It is sincerely hoped that he may recover.
Flora Mae Boyd (December 13, 1895 - December 18, 1945)George William Boyd (February 11, 1882 - October 10, 1958)Charles Bray (August 18, 1918 - June 14, 1983)Edward J. Foley (June 26, 1919 - December 22, 1989)Elizabeth Percival (July 21, 1919 - February 14, 2005)Garth Denman Percival (February 11, 1909 - August 19, 1960)Garth Denman Percival (November 15, 1877 - May 1, 1944)Mae H. Percival (May 8, 1911 - February 12, 2002)Paul Philip Percival (December 20, 1911 - February 22, 2003)Roger Percival (June 22, 1910 - September 13, 1980)Sara Percival (July 8, 1912 - August 19, 1989)Vernona Edna Percival (July 31, 1890 - October 15, 1981)Ella Mae Rogers (March 2, 1913 - November 12, 1978)Harold E. Rogers (February 29, 1916 - October 10, 1995)
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