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Miller, Myron J.
Hand-dated 5 November 1940 
Myron J. Miller’s Funeral To Be Held Wednesday 
Funeral services will be held at 3:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Howe mortuary for Myron Jay Miller, widely known Boulder county resident, who died
Monday, Nov. 4, at the sanitarium from injuries sustained in an automobile accident Oct. 25. Boulder Lodge 45, A. F. and A. M., will have charge of the services, assisted by Rev. Angus C. Hull, pastor of the First Baptist church.  Mount Sinai Commandery, No. 7, Knights Templar, will provide an escort. He was also a member
of Royal Arch Masons and the Eastern Star and their members will attend the funeral.

Mr. Miller was born in Nevada, Mo., April 1, 1880.  With his parents, he moved to Lyons, Kan., when he was but a child.  In 1883 they moved to Colorado going to Gold Hill from Denver. Most of Mr. Miller’s life was spent in mining.  In 1909 he met and married Jessie Colleen Atterbury. To this union four children were born.  They are Charles Benton Miller, deceased; Dora Colleen Ferguson, Lillian Gertrude Helburg and Myron J. Miller.

Mr. and Mrs. Miller moved to California in 1918 and stayed until 1930 when the Colorado mountains called him back.  He mined but a short time after his return. He was at one time in line for offices in Masonic bodies but declined to serve though urged to take an active part. He was popular and his death came as a shock. The accident was not reported to Sheriff Richart until Sunday afternoon, the latter official said Monday, and when he called on Mr. Miller could not secure a coherent account because of Miller’s serious condition.  Officers are still investigating.  Taken from Elmer Curtis Swallow scrapbooks. Submitted by Leah McKin
July 28,1999
Denver, CO.
Age 75, a resident of Longmont, died July 23 in Boulder. Born August 10, 1923,in Coppull, United Kingdom.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 16:02:18 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
BAXTER, Marie, L.
July 27, 1999
Denver, CO
Age 95, of Longmont, died July 17. Burial at Olinger's Eastlawn Cemetery. Born Nov. 12, 1903 in Ottawa, Kan.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 16:13:23 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
July 26, 1999
Denver CO.
Age 85, of Boulder died July 23. Born in Auburn, Neb., on Nov. 24, 1913. Married in 1936 to Lawrence E. Burkey.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 17:34:05 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
HOPKINS, William Baldwin
July 26, 1999
Denver CO
Resident of Boulder died July 22, 1999, at age 86. Born in New Haven, Conn., on June 30, 1913.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 17:37:56 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
PARKER, Jan Goble
July 26, 1999
Denver CO
Resident of Boulder died July 21, at age 79. Born in Riley, Kan., on Dec. 25, 1919.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 17:43:55 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
JOHNSON, Orville William
July 25, 1999
Denver CO.
Resident of Lafayette died July 20, 1999. Born in Hoxie, Kan., on June 14, 1931.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 17:49:30 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
TANIS, Paul M.
July 24, 1999
Denver CO
Resident of Boulder died July 19, at age 81. Born May 11, 1918, in Paterson NJ
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:01:20 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
July 22, 1999
Denver, CO
Resident of Boulder died July 11, 1999, at the age of 83. She was born in Woodmere, N.Y., on Nov. 16, 1915.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:03:48 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
ROBERTS, Agnes Josephine
July 21, 1999
Denver CO.
Resident of Erie died July 17, 1999, at the age of 72. She was born in Stillwater, N.Y., on March 19, 1927.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:12:53 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
WISEHART, Rev. Willis Cary
July 21, 1999
Denver, CO
of Boulder died July 15, 1999 at the age of 87. He was born in Caldwell, Kan., on June 2, 1912.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:15:35 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
July 19, 1999
Denver, CO
Eloise I. Jansen Alblin, 81, resident of Longmont died July 12. She was born in Denver on Oct. 28, 1917.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:28:45 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
McCAFFREY, Patrick Henry
July 19, 1999
Denver, CO
Resident of Boulder died July 12, at age of 88. Burial at Mountain View Memorial Park. He was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, on Sept. 11, 1910 and was a World War II veteran.
Submitted Thu Jul 29 18:31:44 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
AArenson, John
4 April 1917
Boulder, CO
Died at age 64, native of Sweden, worked as stone quarry at Lyons. Bur. in Lyons Cemetery
Submitted Sun Aug 1 10:42:47 1999 by: BCoGen
ABBY, Ms. Cynthia Arnettie
25 Oct. 1919
Boulder, CO
died 25 Oct. 1919 at home of daug., Mrs. Thomas Baker in Boulder, at age 74. Bur. Columbian Cem.
Submitted Sun Aug 1 10:46:22 1999 by: BCoGen
4 April 1905
Boulder, CO
died at home 10 miles east of Boulder, wife of Samuel Abbott, age 58. Bur. Lafayette, Cem.
Submitted Sun Aug 1 10:49:07 1999 by: BCoGen
DEC. 8, 1928
Boulder, CO
Goldhill pioneer, died of pneumonia, died 10 after the death of his wife.
Submitted Fri Aug 20 16:02:30 1999 by: Sue Gann
GUISE, Hannah Clement Spaulding
Dece. 8, 1928
Boulder, CO
Gold Hill School teacher, died of phenomena.
Submitted Fri Aug 20 16:04:45 1999 by: Sue Gann
BROOKS, Kenneth Frederiche
July 3, 1999
Boulder CO
born April 15, 1917,in NE. He was the son of Freddie E. Brooks and Birdie Frazier Brooks
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:01:20 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
KING, Helen S.
July 3, 1999
Broomfield, CO
Born on June 30, 1918, in ILL. She was the daughter of Grover Warmouth and Sarah Sims Warmouth. Wife of the late James B. King.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:06:20 1999 by: Boulder Co Genealogy
HARMS, Walter Benjamin
July 2, 1999
Broomfield CO
Age 69, born March 5, 1930, in CO. Son of Walter F. Harms and Doris Balay Harms. Burial at Lakeview Cemetery in Broomfield.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:09:20 1999 by: Boulder Co Genealogy
OLSEN, Kenneth E.
July 3, 1999
Boulder, Co
Age 80, born Dec. 27, 1918, in MN. The son of Ole Olson and Anna Erickson Olson.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:13:06 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
July 3, 1999
Boulder, CO.
Age 67, born June 4, 1932. Daughter of Nicola Klein and Elda Bowman Klein.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:17:20 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
June 26, 1999
Boulder, CO
Age 94, born Jan. 21, 1905. The daughter of Abram Cox and Nellie Hendrick Cox. Wife of the late Glen Barton.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:24:57 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
LANG , Harold J.
July 6, 1999
Boulder CO
Age 89, born July 5, 1910, in N.Y. Son of Edwin Lang and Theresa Webber Lang.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:33:56 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
MC CLURE, Manfred Coan
July 10, 1999
Boulder CO
Age 87,born May 25, 1912, in Ore. Son of George A. McClure and Edith L. Coan McClure.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:44:56 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
PLATT, Madeline
July 5, 1999
Boulder, CO
Age 87, born Aug. 26, 1911, in IN. Daughter of Isaac Witham and Lesta Cullum Witham. Wife of the late W.E. Platt.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:46:58 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
SLADE, Eva Eunice
July 12, 1999
Lafayette, CO
Age 81, born May 16, 1918, in CO. Daughter of Frank K. Meile and Ethel Hornbaker Meile.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:50:41 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
KELSEY, Edna Elizabeth
July 10, 1999
Boulder, CO
Age 75, born Dec. 25, 1923, in Boulder, CO. Daughter of John Kelsey and Edna Lybarger Kelsey.
Submitted Sat Aug 21 12:54:35 1999 by: Boulder County Genealogy
2 Aug 1941
Frederick, Colo
Mrs. Lucille Cantrell. aged 33, wife of Joseph Cantrell died at her home at the Russell mine last Saturday , following an illness witch dated back to Dec 1940 She was born in Iowa and was married to Joseph Cantrell Dec 10,1923, and was the mother of Six children. she is survived by her husband three sons, Eugene, Lester, and Wesley; three Daughters, Shirley, Dolores and Myrna; her farther, Clair Lepper Of Iowa; her mother Icy Clark of Denver. Funeral services were held in Denver, Tuesday afternoon, with interment at Fairmount cemetery.
Submitted Sat Sep 11 08:23:43 1999 by: Joe F. Lepper
TREMBLAY, Napoleon Paul
Aug 29, 1922
Boulder, CO
Buried in Riverside Cem, Denver, Denver County, Colorado. A son Waldo Arthur Tremblay.
Submitted Tue Sep 28 11:03:43 1999 by: BCOGenweb
TREMBLAY, Emilie Laura
April 4, 1923
Boulder, CO
Buried in Riverside Cemetery beside her husband Napoleon, Denver, Denver County, Colorado.
Submitted Tue Sep 28 11:05:46 1999 by: BCOGenweb
TREMBLAY, Nepolian Paul

Died August 29, 1922 in Denver, CO.
Submitted Thu Oct 7 18:58:03 1999 by: Terry Pfleghaar
Friday, May 3, 1946
Wellington, Colorado
The Larimer County Sun Newspaper (Wellington) Page 1. FANNY G. PATTERSON, COLORADO PIONEER, DIES AT BOULDER HOME Funeral services for Mrs. Fanny G. Patterson, for 40 years a resident of Wellington, were held in Boulder Monday at 10 a.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. H.M. Walters officiating. Interment was made in Grandview Cemetery in Fort Collins, Colorado, at 12:30 Monday afternoon after a brief graveside service. Mrs. Patterson during her long residence here tool an active part in club and political circles, for many years being Republican precinct committeewoman. Pallbearers were D.S. Aldridge, Wm. Bevington, G.A. Goodding, A. J. Piatt, C.F. Osborn and E.A. Shinn. The Boulder Daily Camera Newspaper published the following regarding Mrs. Pattern's death: Mrs. Fanny Snell Patterson died this morning at the home of her sisters, Mrs. John Kirton and Miss Alice Snell, of 1411 Mapleton after a week's illness. She had moved here from Wellington two years ago to make her home with her sisters. Born in Plymouth, England, Feb. 7, 1871, Mrs. Patterson came tot he United States with her parents, the late Mr.a nd Mrs. John Snell, when she was six months of age. The parents moved with their family to Central City when she was but two and later came to Boulder. Before her marriage Miss Fanny Snell was an able and competent compositor in the Boulder Daily Camera. She later married J.M. Patterson, who had been a pioneer miner in Gilpin and Boulder Counties, and who became one of the founders of the town of Wellington. His death occurred May 5, 1929. Mrs. Patterson's only survivors are her two sisters.
Submitted Sun Oct 10 19:38:35 1999 by: Marta Norton
WHEELER, Lillian Beckley
10 November 1999
Denver, Colorado
The Denver Rocky Mountain News Wednesday, Nov. 10, 1999 - Page 18B Wheeler, pioneer female Colorado barber, at age 99 By Bob Jackson - News Staff Writer Lillian Beckley WHEELER, thought to be the first black woman to get a barber's license in Colorado, died Friday in Colorado Care Manor after a long illness. She was 99. Memorial services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Fairmont Cemetery. Mrs. WHEELER, who was born in Pontotoc, Miss., on July 6, 1900, and educated there, moved to Boulder with her husband, Thomas Mason WHEELER, and their two children in September 1924. Her husband died Sept. 18, 1979. Mrs. WHEELER had a beautician's certificate from a Chicago beauty college. She said she did hair for most of her the 100 or so blacks who lived in Boulder during that time. Mrs. WHEELER, who earned her license Feb. 3, 1943, retired from barbering 16 years ago. She sold the shop bearing her name in the Dahlia Shopping Center to Stanley STEWART whom she trained, in 1983. "When I started working for her I was working three jobs trying to make it," said STEWART. "She told me to quit the other jobs and to work here and if I concentrated on it, I won't get rich, but would make a decent living." STEWART said Mrs. WHEELER helped him through tough times. "When my mother passed, she told me don't worry about a thing, you still have a mom," he said. During an interview last year, Mrs. WHEELER said she liked caring for hair. "I like pampering with hair and making it look good," she said. "I wouldn't enjoy cutting a man's hair all off." Mrs. WHEELER didn't remember how many haircuts she gave during her 40 years of barbering. "But I do know if I had the dollars from giving volunteer haircuts in hospitals and to sick people at home, I wouldn't have to worry about nothing the rest of my life," she said during the interview. "Barbering was an excellent life and I made a lot of friends." So many friends, in fact, that Denver Mayor Wellington WEBB proclaimed a day in honor of her98th birthday. KDKR-AM (1510) honored her on Mother's Day as Mother of the Year. "Mrs. WHEELER has been an entreprtuer, inspiration, role model and mentor of many citizens of the city and county of Denver," WEBB said last year. Mrs. WHEELER was a beautician first, then decided that she liked barbering better. "Using those iron-hot curlers and combs on hair created a lot of smoke and the smoke made me cough. So I quit doing women's hair and started barbering," she said last year. Mrs. WHEELER was a member of Shorter AME Community Church and a member of Shorter's The Loyalties Organization. She was also a member of Eastern Star and the Delta Mother's Patrons Club. She is survived by a daughter, Mabel LEATHERS of Okolona, Miss.; a granddaughter, Frances Farris BAILEY of Denver; a grandson, Clyde LEATHERS of Nashville; three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren
Submitted Thu Nov 11 14:06:07 1999 by: Marta Norton
Roberts, Robert Issac

Longmont, CO

Submitted Sat Dec 11 22:44:10 1999 by: Augusta Roberts

Submitted Thu Dec 30 11:52:58 1999 by: ADA CARDON
HENSON, Elsie Mae
Friday 3 March 2000
Denver, CO
Elsie Mae Henson, 101, of Boulder died Friday Feb. 27. Services were private. Mrs. Henson was born in Boulder on Sept 24, 1898. She married Allison T. Henson, 1918. She was a homemaker. Survivors include seven grandchildren, and a great grandchild.
Submitted Mon Mar 6 13:57:21 2000 by: volunteer
LOPEZ, Ralph D.
Friday 3 March 2000
Denver, CO
Ralph D. Lopez, 58 of Lafayette died Feb. 26. Services were March 1, with burial at Lafayette Cemetery. Mr. Lopez was born in Boulder on March 20, 1941. He married Maria Dolores Mortinez, 1964. He was a dock manager for Gates Rubber.
Submitted Mon Mar 6 14:00:10 2000 by: Volunteer
SPIER, Willard H.
Friday, April 7, 2000
Denver Rocky Mountain News
Willard H. SPIER, 82, of Broomfield died April 2. Services will be private. Mr. SPIER was born in Boulder on Feb. 24, 1918. He married Grace Giggey, 1940. He was a retired captain and chief of detectives in Boulder. Survivors include his wife; sons Mark of TX and Rickey of Peru; two grandchildren.
Submitted Tue Apr 11 12:59:20 2000 by: Volunteer
Hopkins, Perry D.
Boulder Colorado
He own the Prideof the four mile mine , and half interest in the Great Western mine and also owned the big elephant mine, he wife was Matilda , she sold the mines and property in 1882, we know he died but how.
Submitted Sun Jun 18 15:19:21 2000 by: Kate Hopkins Smith
HOUSLEY, Harold Douglas
Mansfield, Arkansas
Age 69, born Dec, 26, 1929 in Boulder Co. Son of Samuel Houston Housley and Laura Rose Hodson Housley. Buried in Inglewood Cemetery, Inglewood, California, next to his beloved sister Helen Rose Housley Arthur.
Submitted Wed Jul 19 16:25:44 2000 by: Karen Housley Barnes
24 Sept. 1983
Boulder, CO
Treva VonCannon McNaney, a former Boulder resident who recently returned to North Carolina, died Thursday in Asheboro, N.C., following a long illness. She was 64.

She was born Aug 20, 1919, in Randolph County, N.C., the daughter of Arley and Rhodema Luther VonCannon.

Mrs. McNaney formerly was a secretary at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

She came to Boulder in 1954 from Washington, D.C.

She is survived by her husband, William Edward McNaney; two sons, Michael E. McNaney of Boulder, and Lowell C. McNaney of Tulsa, Okla.; two sisters, Mattie Progdon and Ima Briles, both of Asheboro; and two brothers, Clayson VonCannon and Farley VonCannon, both of Asheboro. A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Ridge Funeral Home Chapel in Asheboro, with the Revs. Joseph Ledwell and Leonard Cranford officiating. Burial will be in New Hope United Methodist Church Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the City of Faith Cancer Research Center, 8181 S. Lewis, Tulsa, Okla., or to New Hope Memorial Fund, Route 8, Asheboro, N.C. 27203.
Submitted Wed Aug 30 09:54:13 2000 by: Karen J. Lowe
TRUE, Paul
April 15, 1892
Longmont, CO
From Longmont Ledger, Friday, April 15, 1892
microfilm copy at Longmont Public Library

TRUE.-- At the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. True, near Highlandlake, Thursday April 14, 1892, Paul True, aged 11 years.<p> The death of little Paul True is a sad event to all who knew him. He was a singularly beautiful and lovely boy, a favorite of all who knew him. The cause of his death was rheumatic disease of the heart."
Submitted Wed Aug 30 11:32:59 2000 by: Karen J. Lowe
PENNOCK, Mary Cordelia
November 2, 1888
Longmont, Colorado
She died on October 27, 1888 and here age was 61 years and 3 months. She was survived by her husband and daughter Genevieve. There was another daughter in Wyoming.

Note from submitter: her maiden name was Chandler and her husband's name was William D. Pennock.
Submitted Sun Sep 10 15:34:37 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Donald V.
April 21, 1994
Longmont, Colorado
Donald Pennock died in Long Beach, CA on April 20, 1994. He was a former resident of Longmont. He was born August 5, 1930. He is survived by his wife Maryanne and brother Phil.
Submitted Tue Sep 12 16:51:32 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Donald V.
April 21, 1994
Longmont, Colorado
Donald Pennock died in Long Beach, CA on April 20, 1994. He was a former resident of Longmont. He was born August 5, 1930. He is survived by his wife Maryanne and brother Phil.
Submitted Tue Sep 12 16:51:55 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Henrietta E.
March 31, 1891
Longmont, Colorado
Henrietta Pennock died on March 11, 1891 and was about 60 years old. She was the wife of Andrew J. Pennock. She had lived in Longmont almost 30 years.

Submitter note: her maiden name was Chandler.
Submitted Tue Sep 12 16:55:01 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, William DeGrass
September 30, 1898
Longmont, Colorado
William Pennock died on September 25, 1898. He was born in Cataraugus Co., New York on September 28, 1821. He moved to Colorado in 1862. He is survived by a daughter in Wyoming and a brother Porter R. of Longmont.

Submitters note: William Pennocks' wife was Mary Cordelia (Chandler) Pennock.
Submitted Tue Sep 12 17:08:10 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Chester Chandler
August 11, 1922
Longmont, Colorado
Chester Pennock died on August 7, 1922 in Boulder. He was born in Rockford, IL on April 30, 1850. He survived by his wife and two sons, Homer A. of Boulder and Nathan T. of Osawattomie, Kansas.
Submitted Tue Sep 12 17:11:41 2000 by: John Shuck
May 12, 1966
Longmont, Colorado
He as born in Silver Plume on December 12, 1896 He is survived by wife Margaret E. and sons Jack R., Donald V., and Phil R. Jr.
Submitted Mon Sep 18 16:03:54 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Nathan Thomas
December 27, 1927
Longmont, Colorado
He died in Osawatomie, Kansas on December 26, 1927. He was born in Rockford, Illinois on December 23, 1872. He is survived by his wife, son Chester, and brother Homer of Longmont. He was the son of Chester C. Pennock of Longmont.
Submitted Mon Sep 18 16:07:02 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Margaret Ella
November 25, 1988
Longmont, Colorado
Her maiden name was Baker. She was born on April 21, 1903. She died on November 25, 1988. She was the wife of Phil R. Pennock. Burial is at Mountain View Cemetery.
Submitted Mon Sep 18 16:09:44 2000 by: John Shuck
September 18, 1999
Longmont, Colorado
She was born in Chicago on December 31, 1934. She died on September 16, 1999 in Longmont. She was married Jack R. Pennock on July 6, 1980. Her maiden name was Harrison.
Submitted Tue Sep 19 16:49:51 2000 by: John Shuck
July 12, 1993
Longmont, Colorado
He was born on October 28, 1923 in Longmont. His parents were Phil and Margaret Baker Pennock. He died on July 11, 1993 in Longmont. He married Sylvia Harrison.
Submitted Tue Sep 19 16:53:13 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Lillian Adelicia
July 23, 1961
Longmont, Colorado
She was born in Olney, Illinois on November 14, 1870. Her maiden name was Large. She died on August 15, 1961 in Longmont. She was married to Dr. Vivian Pennock. in 1894 in Longmont. She is survived by two sons, Phil R. and Hugh L. both of Longmont.
Submitted Tue Sep 19 17:00:51 2000 by: John Shuck
December 16-17, 1978
Longmont, Colorado
She was born on November 13, 1924 in Longmont. She died on December 15, 1978 in Longmont. Her parents were Verner and Ruth Campbell. She married Jack Pennock on November 16, 1963.
Submitted Wed Sep 20 16:41:38 2000 by: John Shuck
August 29, 1913
Longmont, Colorado
Ellen Coffin Pennock was born in Roxbury, Delaware county, New York on January 6, 1841. The family moved to Illinois in 1865. They moved to Longmont in 1871. She died on August 24, 1913 in Longmont. She was preceded in death by her husband, Porter R. Pennock. She is survived by one son, Dr. Vivian R. Pennock and two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Sanborn and Mrs. Lou Ellen Large.
Submitted Wed Sep 20 16:47:36 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Porter Russell
May 3, 1901
Longmont, Colorado
Porter R. Pennock died in Longmont, Tuesday, April 30, 1901 of concussion of the brain. He was born in Palmyra, Portage Co., Ohio on September 15, 1834. He first arrived on Colorado in spring of 1860. On May 1, 1864 he married Miss Ellen Coffin. He has been a farmer all of his life. He is survived by one son and two daughters as well as his wife. In his own generation he was the youngest and last of twelve children.
Submitted Thu Sep 21 15:34:53 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Vivian Russell
August 19, 1921
Longmont, Colorado
Dr V. R. Pennock, beloved Longmont physician, pioneer and community builder passed away Friday morning, August 19, 1921. He was born May 8, 1870 in Illinois. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Porter C. Pennock. Dr. Pennock married Miss Lillian Large of Longmont in 1894. He is survived by his wife and three children: Mildred, Phillip and Hugh. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Hugh Large and Mrs. F. L. Sanborn.
Submitted Thu Sep 21 15:44:52 2000 by: John Shuck
PENNOCK, Hugh Lewis
January 15, 1992
Longmont, Colorado
Hugh Lewis Pennock died January 13, 1992 in Longmont. He was born February 11, 1901 in Cripple Creek. He married Mildred M. Smith in 1926 in Longmont. He is survived by his son Lewis of Monmouth, Oregon and daughter Martha Troxell of Port Arthur, Texas. Burial was in Mountain View Cemetery, Longmont.
Submitted Fri Sep 22 16:20:29 2000 by: John Shuck
May 20, 1939
Longmont, Colorado.
He died in Denver on May 19, 1939. He had lived in Arvada. He married Carrie J. Pennock. He is survived his wife, three sons, two daughters, and 16 grandchildren. Burial is in Mount view Cemetery, Longmont.
Submitted Fri Sep 22 16:23:29 2000 by: John Shuck
SANBORN, Carrie June
April 21, 1952
Longmont, Colorado
She died on April 19, 1952 in her home in Arvada. She was the wife of the late Rev. Fred L. Sanborn and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter R. Pennock. She is survived by three sons: Harold of Denver, Neal of Oak Park, Illinois, and Merle of Livermore, Colorado and daughters: Mrs. Genevieve Andre of Denver and Mrs. Shirley Swerdfeger of Boulder. Burial is in Mountain View Cemetery, Longmont.
Submitted Fri Sep 22 16:29:52 2000 by: John Shuck
LARGE, Lou Ellen
December 22, 1962
Longmont, Colorado
Mrs. Lou Ellen Large died on December 19, 1962. She was 83 years old. Her husband, Hugh Large, died in 1953. She is survived by three daughter: Miss Marjorie Large of Carlsband, NM; Miss Dorothy Large of Chicago; and Mrs. Barbara Nelson of Seattle. Submitters note: She was the daughter of Porter R. Pennock and Ellen Coffin.
Submitted Wed Sep 27 16:43:43 2000 by: John Shuck
LARGE, Hugh L.
October 12, 1953
Longmont, Colorado
Hugh Large died Saturday, October 10, 1953. He was born in Jasper county, Illinois on July 19, 1872. He married Lew Ellen Pennock on February 1, 1903 in Longmont. He is survived by three daughters: Miss Marjorie Large of Las Vegas; Miss Dorothy Large of Chicago; and Miss Barbara Large of Seattle. He is also survived by two sisters: Mrs. Besse Shannon of Willow Springs, Missouri and Mrs. Ethel Jernigan of Longmont.
Submitted Wed Sep 27 16:49:14 2000 by: John Shuck
LARGE, Marjorie
May 1, 1998
Longmont, Colorado
Miss Marjorie Large died Wednesday, April 29, 1998 in Longmont. She was born October 30, 1906 in Longmont. She was daughter of Hugh Large and Lou Pennock.
Submitted Wed Sep 27 16:51:26 2000 by: John Shuck
LARGE, Dorothy L.
June 2, 1991
Longmont, Colorado
Dorothy L. Large died Thursday, May 30, 1991 in Longmont. She was born January 14, 1908 in Longmont. She was the daughter of Hugh L. Large and Lou Ellen Pennock. She is survived by her sister Marjorie E. Large of Longmont.
Submitted Wed Sep 27 16:53:35 2000 by: John Shuck
ABBOTT, George H.
January 10, 1934
Longmont, Colorado.
George H. Abbott, a former resident of Longmont, died on January 7, 1934 in Long Beach, California. He was one of the pioneers of the Longmont area. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Belle Abbott; two daughters: Mrs. Ruth Golden, Torrence, CA; and Mrs. Ada Clinylyotil of Long Beach; and four sons: Harvey A. of Gering, Nebraska; Clyde L. of Swink, Colorado; Willard of Chicago; and Russell C. of Casper, Wyoming. He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Martha Fulton of Wray, Colorado. Burial is the Angeles Abbey Mausoleum.
Submitted Wed Sep 27 17:00:38 2000 by: John Shuck
COPELAND, George Rovilio
November 16, 1917
Longmont, Colorado
From the Longmont Ledger, Nov. 16, 1917: Died
COPELAND. In Longmont, Wednesday, November 14, 1917, George Rovilio Copeland, aged 69 years, 2 months and 17 days.

Mr. Copeland was well known in Longmont for he has been the janitor of the Columbine school since its erection, and previous to that, was janitor of the Academy building when the district used it for school purposes, before it was used as St. Joseph's academy, in all about 12 years.

Mr. Copeland was a devout member of the Methodist church. He was born in Cortland, N. Y., and was the youngest member of McPherson Post, No. 6, G. A. R. having served in the 22d Iowa Infantry for 18 months. He was less than 16 years of age when he enlisted. He was a member of the G. A. R. Drum Corps for several years.

Mr. Copeland's kindly face will be missed at Columbine school and church circles, and remembered with the same kindly thoughts.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon conducted by Rev. J. L. Hedbloom and Rev. W. D. Waller.
Submitted Tue Nov 14 13:57:31 2000 by: Karen J. Lowe
HORTON, Sherron K.
Friday, 19 January 2001
Denver, CO (Denver Rocky Mountain News)
Sherron K. Horton, 53, of Aurora died Jan. 11. Services were Jan. 17. Mrs. Horton wsa born in Niwot on July 2, 1947. She married Louis Brind, 1964, then Wilbur Kingsolvel, 1971, then Ronald Horton, 1990. She was a waitress. Survivors include her.....
Submitted Fri Jan 19 14:11:12 2001 by: Transcriber
BASHOR, John David
Feb. 8, 2001
Boulder, CO
Died Feb 6 2001 St Joseph's Hospital, Denver. Age 73. Son of Andy Bashor and Bertha Menke Bashor. Born April 30, 1927, Longmont. Married Charlene Dameron April 30, 1948, Longmont. Served in US Army 1952 - 1954. Supervisor in manufacturing in Broomfield. Worked at Sigs Service, Longmont, for many years. Enjoyed playing cards and Bingo, shooting pool, and working on computers. Survivors: wife, Lafayette; son Rick Bashor, Lafayette; daughter Vicki Bashor, Boulder; daughter Kae Miller, Lafayette; sister Aileen Lucus, Lamar, Iowa; three grandchildren. Visitation 12 - 8 p.m. Feb 8 2001, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Feb 9 2001, Howe Mortuary, 2121 11th St., Boulder. Funeral 1:30 p.m. Friday Feb 9 2001, Howe Mortuary Chapel. Rev. Wayne Pendleton, New Creation World Outreach Church officiating. Interment Longmont Mountain View Cemetery.
Submitted Thu Feb 8 11:19:53 2001 by: Karen J. Lowe
Feb. 4, 1981
Longmont, CO
John Burback, 320 Baker St., died Wed., Feb. 4, 1981, in Foothills Care Center. Born Jan. 31, 1901, Brownsville, Texas, son of Fred and Louise Dinges Burback. Married Anna Gettman Dec. 19, 1921, Berthoud, CO. Was a farmer. Member of Longs Peak United Methodist Church. Wife died in 1967. Survivors: son Raymond Burback, Longmont, CO; son Walter Burback, Mitchell, NE; daughter Mrs. Solomon (Ruth) Leonhard, Longmont, CO; daughter Mrs. William (Esther) Sprague, Mead, CO; daughter Mrs. Leo (Laurence) Sprague, Wray, CO; brother William Burback, Fort Morgan, CO; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6, 1981, Longs Peak United Methodist Church, 1421 Elmhurst Drive, Longmont. Pastor Jim D. Lundin officiating. Burial Mountain View Cemetery, Longmont, CO.
Submitted Fri Feb 9 12:58:13 2001 by: Karen J. Lowe

Submitted Thu Mar 15 22:33:35 2001 by:
Oct 1956
Longmont, Colorado
Lewellen Funeral Home handled the arrangements and the Minister was Rev. Robert Bench. Services were held October 16, 1956 and Jack was buried at Mountain View Cemetery. He was born in 1915 possibly in West Virginia. Looking for information. Jack was my grandfather.
Submitted Sun Apr 29 07:54:25 2001 by: Sandra McLaughlin-Rodriguez
LEWIS, Helen Cecilia
Date of death is 04 APR1 992 in Escondido, San Diego county, California. Cecilia is her middle name, Bailey her maiden name.
Submitted Wed May 23 23:27:08 2001 by: Oren Sheldon
PYLE, John Westley
This undated obituary is from an unknown newspaper and was pasted in a family Bible. Other sources suggest that the actual date (of death) is 21 Feb., 1902. I don't know for a FACT that the death occurred in Boulder County, but the obituary does mention Lafayette. I'd like to know where J.W. Pyle was buried. "Stricken Down By Heart Trouble" J.W. Pye died at his home in this city this morning after several weeks of illness. Heart disease afflicted him while he was working as jeweler in the jewelry house of R.M. Crosby & Co. several weeks ago. A few days ago, a friend who called was not recognized by the sick man. Mr. Pyle came here from Lafayette, being deputy assessor under Assessors Metcalf and Golden. Then he went back to his watchmaker's trade. "He conducted a jewelry store at Lafayette and resided at Denver, Leadville and other Colorado towns. He leaves a lovely wife and one child. Mr. Pyle was about 48 years of age and was an affectionate husband and father and a genuine gentleman."
Submitted Wed Jun 6 23:13:47 2001 by: Mark E. Dixon
DOUGLAS, Ormena/Armena J. Hall
16 Jan 1914
Longmont, CO
Mrs. Ormena Douglass, who passed away Thursday, January 9, 1914, at her home on Coffman Street, was well known, especially among the old timers. Her age was 76 years, 4 months, and 1 day.

Mrs. Douglass had been in apparent good health, and was doing her own household duties every day. While preparing dinner, she went into the kitchen, when Mr. Douglass heard her fall. He went to her immediately, and found her dead upon the floor.

Mrs. Douglas was born in New York state in 1837. She was married in 1869 to William Stoddard, and came to Longmont in 1871, about the time the colony arrived. In 1873, Mr. Stoddard dropped dead from heart trouble, leaving his wife and two children, our Chauncey D. Stoddard, now employed in the post office, and one of the managers of the Isis theatre. The other, now Mrs. Luella Robbins, living at Nampa, Idaho, the wife of Chas. L. Robbins.

Three years after her husband's death, Mrs. Stoddard married Chester W. Douglas, and by this name most of us have known her.

Mrs. Douglas was a warm-hearted woman loved for her kind and pleasant disposition, and an active member of the W.W.C. and the Eastern Star. (Daughter of John D. Hall of VT & Sylvia Kibbe of NY)
Submitted Thu Sep 20 02:29:54 2001 by: Sara
HALL, Sylvia Kibbe
2 March 1900
Longmont, Colorado
Hall----At the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Douglas, Thursday, March 1, 1900, of old age, Mrs. Sylvia Hall, aged 85 years, 9 months and 11 days.

The old lady has been suffering from various ailments of late, showing that nature was giving out. She was born in China, NY, May 18, 1814, and has been living with Mrs. Douglas the past five years. Her husband was lost in a great snow storm in Iowa, December 1871.

She leaves 2 sons and 6 daughters, Mrs. Douglas, the oldest, and Mrs. Messenger being the only ones in Longmont; 20 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren, a total of 29 living descendants.

Funeral services will be held at the house at 2:30 this (Friday) afternoon.

(Parents- Israel Kibbe & Azubah Root of present-day Wyoming County, NY)
Submitted Thu Sep 20 02:33:26 2001 by: Sara
STODDARD, Chauncey D.
19 September 1919
Longmont, Colorado
Death of Chauncey D. Stoddard R.K. Pierson received a telegram last Friday morning from the secretary of the Elks at Ashland, Oregon, stating that Chauncey D. Stoddard was found dead in his tent at 4:35 Thursday afternoon. Mr. Stoddard held the office of Inspector of State Highways since last June, and it seems that it required active supervision, for he worked two shifts a day, of eight hours each, sleeping when he could in a tent. A second telegram to Mr. Pierson stated that the cause of death was acute pneumonia, and that the body would be shipped to Longmont in care of the Elks. While Chauncey Stoddard had been away from Longmont, except for a short visit, for about four years, for he left about a year after his mother died, he is so well and favorably known that he deserves more than a passing mention.

Chauncey D. Stoddard was born in Marshalltown, Iowa forty-eight years ago, the 5th of last May. He was about two months old when his parents came with him to Longmont with the Colorado Colony, his father passing away about three years later.

Chauncey Stoddard has been an active young man, and his cordial, frank, and open nature has made many friends who will always remember him with pleasure.

M. Stoddard served in the state militia in the Cripple Creek strike, and was First Sergeant in the army in the war with Spain, serving in the Philippines. He was awarded a Bronze Medal "For his services, his sacrifices, and dangerous discharge of his duties as an American Soldier." The document is dated December 1, 1899.

On his return from the Philippines, he went into the service of the post office department in Longmont, which place he held for fifteen years. It was during this time that he became interested with others in the Motion Picture of Longmont. Upon giving up his position in the post office and selling his motion picture interests, he decided to go to Ashland, Oregon where he had bought a fruit farm. This happened four years ago.

Mr. Stoddard was Past Exalter Ruler of the B.P.O Elks of Longmont, as well as an enthusiastic member of that order.

Upon receiving notice of the death of Mr. Stoddard, Mr. Pierson wired Chauncey's only sister and nearest relative, at Nampa, Idaho. Mrs. C.L. Robbins, and she took a night train fro Longmont, arriving here Sunday. He was the step-son of C.W. Douglas.

The body was received by F.R. Shaw on Wednesday, and funeral services were held at the Congregational Church in Longmont, Rev. Monroe Markley officiating. As the physician's certificate did not arrive with the body, according to the state law, the Internment had to be postponed. So, escorted by the Elks fraternity after the funeral service, the remains were taken to Shaw's mortuary.
Submitted Thu Sep 20 02:36:33 2001 by: Sara
DOUGLAS, Chester W.
3 August 1923
Longmont, Colorado
In Longmont, Monday, July 30, 1923, Chester W. Douglass, aged 86 years, 2 months and 8 days. Mr. Douglas, well known war veteran and pioneer, answered the last call at midnight Monday night and is at rest.

Chester W. Douglas was born in Franklyn County, New York, October 6, 1836, and at the age of eight years moved with his parents to Waukegan (Lake County), Ill. making the trip overland.

At the time of the Civil War he enlisted with the 21st Illinois Infantry and served until the war was over. His brothers were also Mountaineers in the war and the youngest, Oscar, gave his life for his country following the battle of Bull Run.

Mr. Douglas was married in Waukegan to Marilla Bryant, who died October 1, 1866, leaving two children, Hattie and Chester, both of whom have passed away. A grandson survives, Everett Chamberlain, son of his daughter, Hattie, who lives in California.

In 1874, Mr. Douglas came to Longmont and here he has made his home for 49 years. For a short time he was associated with Byron L. Carr in mining at Gold Hill, but for a number of years he was a jeweler and in business with Jud Terrell.

Two years after coming to Longmont he was married to Mrs. O. Stoddard who passed away in January 1914.

Mr. Douglas was a member of the G.A.R. and held many positions in the order, playing the fife always on Memorial Day. He was also a Mason and the funeral, which was held yesterday, was conducted by the Masonic Order, Rev. Monroe Markley conducting the service at the church. Besides the grandson, he is survived by one niece, Mrs. J.J. McDougall of Longmont. He also leaves a step-daughter, Mrs. Luella Robbins
Submitted Thu Sep 20 02:38:52 2001 by: Sara
CASE, Mrs. De Ette Waltman
Sun Oct. 18, 1925; page 11 and Monday, Oct. 19; page 5
Colorado Springs, CO
The Colorado Springs Gazette & Telegraph Sunday, October 18, 1925; page 11 Mrs. De Ette Waltman CASE passed away at her home in Boulder, Colo. Funeral services will be held from the Law Chapel Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment Evergreen Cemetery at her home in Boulder, Colo.
The Colorado Springs Gazette & Telegraph Monday, October 19, 1925; page 5 The funeral of Mrs. De Ette Waltman CASE will be held from the Law Chapel this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. George W. McDonald officiating. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery.
Submitted Mon Oct 22 19:12:32 2001 by: Transcriber
ALLEN, Monroe
ABT Dec. 8, 1946
Longmont, Colorado
Monroe Allen, 65, died at the local hospital Sunday morning after a ten-day illness.

Mr. Allen, who underwent amputation of his left leg a year ago, had only been ill since Thanksgiving day. He suffered a stroke December 1 and was removed to the hospital at that time.

Born in Blair, Nebraska, May 20, 1881, Mr. Allen had lived in Colorado for the past 40 years, operating meat markets here and in Ault. He returned to Longmont seven years ago. He worked for Kuner-Empson and operated a small farm southwest of Longmont before retirement a year ago. Since then he made his home with his sister, Miss Eva Allen, at 36 Harrison avenue, and for the past few months at 728 Collyer street. Surviving relatives are a son, Robert Allen, serving with the armed forces in India; and three sisters, Mrs. P. E. Callender and Mrs. Iola Brokaw, both of Bellingham, Washington, and Miss Eva Allen of Longmont. A brother, Clifford Allen, died in a fall from a bridge in Oregon a month ago.

Services will be held Tuesday (tomorrow) morning at 10 o'clock from Prohs funeral home. Rev. Claude Kinsley, pastor of the Methodist church, will officiate. Internment will be in Mountain View cemetery
Submitted Mon Nov 26 18:24:47 2001 by: Julie de Burgos
ROOKS, Ernest Lloyd
July 1989
Boulder, CO
Ernest Lloyd Rooks of 4458 Hamilton Court, Boulder, died Sunday, July 30, at Boulder Community Hospital. He was 69.

He was born April 19, 1920, in Lafayette, the son of Charles Rooks and Effie Chapman Rooks.

Mr. Rooks worked for the National Bureau of Standards for 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Elaine, of Boulder; two sons, Charles Rooks and Dean Rooks, both of Boulder; two daughters, Dianna McNutt of Houston and Susan Brandt of Boulder; three brothers, Charles Rooks, Lyndle Rooks and Delbert Rooks, all of Boulder; three sisters, Thelma Lauer of Arizona , Rena Rooks and Alta Hoover, both of Boulder; and five grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at Crist Mortuary Chapel, 34th Street and Diagonal Highway, Boulder, with the Rev. Gilbert Zyzniewski of First United Methodist Church officiating. Services will conclude at the mortuary.
Submitted Fri Jan 11 11:12:07 2002 by: Carol J. Bowman
ROOKS, Betty Elaine
January 1998
Boulder, CO
Betty E. "Elaine" Rooks of Boulder died Tuesday, January 27, 1998, at Manor Care Health Services in Boulder. She was 68. She was born May 10, 1928, in Lafayette to Albert Pierson and Eliza Brown Pierson. She married Ernest Rooks in 1951 in Boulder. He died in 1989. She graduated from Lafayette High School. She was a manager of Boulder Kmart until she retired.

Survivors include two daughters, Susan Brandt of Boulder and Dianna McNutt of Klamath Falls, Oregon; a son, Dean Rooks of Longmont; two brothers, Delbert Pierson of Lafayette and Dean Pierson of Lafayette; two sisters, Lois Ravenscraft of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Jean Lucas of Lafayette; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by a son, Charles Rooks.

Memorial services will be at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Crist Mortuary Chapel, 34th Street and the Diagonal Highway, Boulder. Services will conclude at the mortuary.
Submitted Fri Jan 11 11:15:12 2002 by: Carol J. Bowman
ROOKS, Effie Adora
September 1988
Boulder, CO
Effie A. Rooks of 1838 22nd St., Boulder, died Monday, September 26 in Boulder Community Hospital. She was 95.

She was born April 11, 1893, in Geer Canyon, Boulder County, the daughter of Lafayette Chapman and Ella M. Springsteel Chapman. She married Charles E. Rooks June 16, 1916, in Boulder and was a homemaker. He died in 1946.

Mrs. Rooks was a member of the Boulder Valley Christian Church, the Boulder Rebekah Lodge No. 5, and the Territorial Daughters of Colorado. She is survived by four sons, Charles R., Ernest Lloyd, Delbert C. and Lyndle E. Rooks, all of Boulder; three daughters, Thelma Lauer of Yuma, AZ, and Alta Hoover and Rena Marie Rooks, both of Boulder; 13 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

Two sons and two grandsons preceded her in death.

A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Howe Mortuary Chapel in Boulder. The Rev. Gerald A. Gibson of the Boulder Valley Christian Church will officiate. Burial will follow the service in Green Mountain Cemetery in Boulder.

Howe Mortuary is handling services.

BURIAL: Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, September 28, 1988, at Howe Mortuary Chapel in Boulder. The Rev. Gerald A. Gibson of the Boulder Valley Christian Church officiated with burial following the service.

Pallbearers were her grandsons: Wayne Biehn, Richard Rooks, Jim Lauer, Dean Rooks, and grandsons-in-law, Kim Brandt and Jim Lippincott. Burial was at Green Mountain Cemetery, Boulder, Colorado, beside her husband.
Submitted Fri Jan 11 12:01:40 2002 by: Carol J. Bowman
ROOKS, Charles Edward
June 1946
Lyons, Kansas
Colorado Man Fatally Injured When Machine Backs Over Him -
At age 54, Charles Edward Rooks was fatally injured shortly before noon on June 29, 1946, when a tractor accidentally slipped into gear and backed over him on the J. P. Blevins farm a mile south of Lyons. With wounds in the chest and abdomen, a broken left arm, and the flesh severed from the lower part of his right leg, Rooks was taken to the Lyons hospital, where he died at 12:20 p.m.

Rooks and his brother-in-law, Monte Blevins, tenant on his father's farm, had just started to plow a wheat field with a tractor and one-way plow. Seeing that the rows were crooked, Rooks dismounted from the tractor to adjust the connection between it and the plow. While he was kneeling on the ground, the clutch on the tractor slipped into reverse gear, backed up, and crushed Rooks underneath.

Blevins ran to a nearby field and hailed Forrest Ebright, who sent for a Crawford and Miller ambulance. Rooks was conscious on the way to the hospital but died shortly after being admitted.

The victim had arrived Monday with his wife Effie, and daughter, Rena Marie, to visit his sisters, Mrs. Blevins and Mrs. John Huber of Lyons. Rooks was a watchman for the Industrial Mining Supply Company in Boulder, Colorado. He was born June 22, 1892, in Fairplay, Missouri, and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Other survivors are five sons, Charles R., Lloyd, Delbert C., Lyndle E., and Leon E., all of Boulder, Colorado; two daughters, Mrs. Dale Lauer and Mrs. Byron Biehn, Boulder, Colorado; and a brother, John Rooks, Bellingham, Washington.

A son, Donald, was killed a month ago in Japan.

BURIAL: Funeral services were held at Howe Mortuary with the Rev. Robert L. Foster of the First Christian Church officiating. Interment was in Green Mountain Cemetery.
Submitted Fri Jan 11 12:32:37 2002 by: Carol J. Bowman

Submitted Fri Feb 8 18:55:02 2002
DECEMBER 17, 1909
Longmont, Colorado
Hw was born July 12, 1824 In Stark Co., Ohio and he died December 12, 1909. He moved his family to Colorado in 1880 and was laid to rest in Hygiene Cemetery.
Submitted Sat Apr 27 11:13:31 2002 by: PEGGIE STEVENS
GRIFFIN, Elizabeth
16 Feb 1968
Longmont, CO
Longmont Daily Times-Call, p. 3
Elizabeth Griffin, age 88, born 20 Oct. 1879 Karnes Co., TX. Died at Foothills Nursing Home after extended illness.

Survived by brother Norman H. Conway, Loma Linda, CA, and sister Mrs. E.M. Adams, Rackerby, CA.

Handled locally by Howe Mortuary. Cremation in CO and burial in Ames, Iowa.
Submitted Mon May 6 14:01:13 2002 by: Karen J. Lowe
GUSTAFSON, Charles August
5 Oct 1948
Boulder, CO
Charles Gustafson, Former Street Superintendent, Dies
Charles Gustafson, able Boulder City Road supervisor from July 1 1924, until retiring because of ill health Sept. 1, 1944, died this morning [Oct. 5, 1948] in a Denver hospital. He had been living since his retirement with a daughter, Christine, who is a member of the faculty of the Junior college at Casper, Wyo. When he became ill he was taken to a Denver hospital.

Mr. Gustafson was active in mining in Boulder county until becoming street superintendent. He and Julia Hammer were married Sept. 22, 1901 in Boulder, and made their home at Gold Hill before they moved to Boulder. Mrs. Gustafson died July 16, 1944, after a long period of ill health.

Surviving Mr. Gustafson are five children -- three sons and two daughters. The sons are John and Adolph, graduates of the University and engineers with the U. S. Reclamation Service in Denver, and Carl, employed at Casper. The daughters are Ann, who served as a Wave in the U. S. marines during War II and who is a secretary with the Reclamation Bureau in Denver; and Christine of Casper.

Mr. Gustafson was born in Sweden Sept. 29, 1870. He was brought to Boulder county by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gustafson in 1884. [See note below]

Funeral services are to be held from Howe mortuary Friday at 3. Rev. H. M. Walters, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, will officiate along with Boulder Lodge No. 45, A. F. & A. M. Interment will be in the family lot, Green Mountain.

NOTE: His parents NEVER left Sweden. He came alone at the age of 15 and lived with an aunt and uncle. This information came from his son John and daughter Christine, written in letters independently of each other. Also, the daughter of his aunt and uncle, Anna Williamson, wrote the same thing in a letter. One additional proof is a letter written by his sister from Sweden in 192?; in it she mentions that Charles and Julia had sent a gift for "Mother's birthday."
Submitted Tue Jun 25 07:43:17 2002 by: Leona L. Gustafson
GUSTAFSON, Julia Christine
Jul 1944
Boulder, CO
July 1944 Mrs. Charles Gustafson Mrs. Charles Gustafson died July 16 at the Community hospital following a long period of ill health.

Mrs. Gustafson was born at Boulder, Feb 3, 1877. Her maiden name was Julia Hammer. She was educated in the Boulder schools. As a young woman, she taught school in Utah and later at Gold Hill.

She married at Boulder to Charles Gustafson, Sept. 22, 1901, and they lived at Gold Hill following her marriage, until 1925, when the family moved to Boulder.

Mrs. Gustafson was not active in organizations of any kind, devoting herself entirely to her family and friends.

Her husband, Charles Gustafson, was for many years engaged in mining activities in Boulder county, and has been superintendent of streets for Boulder since July 1, 1928.

She is survived by her husband, five children and four grandchildren. Daughters are Ann Gustafson, now a sergeant in the Women's Reserve of the United State marine Corps, and Christine Gustafson, a teacher in the high school at Grand Junction, Colo. There are three sons, John and Adolph, both employed by the U. S. Reclamation bureau at Denver, and Carl, employed by the Coliseum Motor company of Casper, Wyo. There are four grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at Howe mortuary Tuesday at 2:30. Rev. H. M. Walters of St. John's Episcopal church will officiate. The body will like in state until the hour of the services. Interment Green Mountain.
Submitted Tue Jun 25 13:48:13 2002 by: Leona L. Gustafson

HAYDEN, William Chauncey
Rutland Weekly Herald
28 Jan 1892
In Boulder, Colorado, Jan. 14, William Chauncey Hayden, only son of the late Chauncey H. Hayden, former editor and proprietor of the Herald, aged 36 years.
Submitted Mon Oct 21 2002 by: Boulder County Genealogy
GUSTAFSON, John Alfred
28 Aug 1993, Rocky Mountain News
Denver, CO
JOHN A. GUSTAFSON, 88, of Aurora died Aug. 24 at Cherry Creek Nursing Home. There were no services. The body was cremated. Mr. Gustafson was born April 24, 1905, in Gold Hill. He was a civil engineer with the Bureau of Reclamation before his retirement. Survivors include two sisters, Ann Gustafson and Christine Douglass of Denver.
Submitted Tue Oct 22 11:06:47 2002 by: Leona L. Gustafson
GUSTAFSON, John Alfred
30 Aug 1993, The Denver Post
Denver, CO
John A. Gustafson, Civil engineer, 88. John A. Gustafson of Aurora, a retired civil engineer for the Bureau of Reclamation, died Tuesday at Cherry Creek Nursing Home. He was 88. No services were held. He was born April 24, 1905, in Gold Hill. In 1929 he married Mary Elizabeth Barry in Denver. She is deceased. He is survived by two sisters, Ann Gustafson and Christine Douglass.
Submitted Tue Oct 22 11:16:11 2002 by: Leona L. Gustafson
WARD, Jennie L.
1 Feb 1875
Denver, Arapahoe County
Denver Times Died: In Boulder, Jan. 27, Jennie L., daughter of Rev. Ross Ward, aged 2 years and 8 months.
Submitted Sun Nov 17 06:29:47 2002 by: Volunteer
HILL, Ernest Talfred
22 Aug 1967
Boulder, Colorado
Ernest T. Hill Dies Suddenly At His Home Ernest T. Hill, of 2125 S. Walnut Sct [sic], a long time employe [sic] of the Public Service Co. of Colorado in Boulder, died suddenly at his home Monday afternoon [Aug 21]. Born in Medina, Ohio, May 24, 1900, he was the son of John T. [D.] Hill and Charlotte E. [Kenyon] Hill. He came to Boulder in 1936 from Denver where he had operated a greenhouse [Sheridan Greenhouse]. At the time of his death he was street foreman for the gas department of the Public Service co. He was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, the Boulder Elks Lodge No. 566 for 18 years, and the Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. He was married to the former Margaret B. Hannan in Denver April 19, 1922. She survives as do three sons and three daughters. They are Chief Petty Officer Jack T. Hill, with the U.S. Navy in Vietnam and a 20-year veteran of that service, who will be here for the funeral; Robert P. and James L. Hill, both of Boulder; Mrs. June Hughes, also of Boulder; Mrs. Gilbert (Elizabeth) Sour, National City, Calif.; and Mrs. Richard (Jacqueline) Mikes of Thornton. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. A daughter, Peggy Jean [Margaret Emogene] Hill, died when she was 20 [1947]. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Geddes-Hibbard Mortuary.
Submitted Mon Nov 18 15:28:43 2002 by: Virginia Hill Travis
HANNAN, William James
13 Aug 1945
Boulder, Colorado
William J. Hannan Dies Two Weeks After Wife's Death William James Hannan of 1567 9th Street, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Margaret (Stuart M.) Hill [correct name: Ernest T.] at 950 Green Mountain avenue [correct address was 1567 9th Street] Sunday evening [Aug. 12]. He had been ill two weeks. Born in Chicago, Ill., July 3, 1862, Mr. Hannan had been employed by the United States post office service for 43 years [in Chicago] before retiring. He came to Boulder [from Denver] five years ago. His wife, Mrs. Margaret [Kane] Hannan, preceded him in death ten days, her death occurring Aug. 2. Surviving besides Mrs. Hill are three other daughters, Mrs. Virginia Greeno, Miss Marian [Marion] Hannan, all of Boulder, and Mrs. Genevieve Tullis, of Chicago. Rosary services will be held at Allardice mortuary Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Requiem Mass will be held at Sacred Heart church on Thursday at 9 a.m. Rev. Father Paul Fife will have charge of the services. Interment will be in Green Mountain Cemetery beside his wife.
Submitted Mon Nov 18 15:42:51 2002 by: Virginia Hill Travis
HANNAN, Margaret Beatrice (KANE)
02 Aug 1945
Boulder, Colorado
Mrs. Margaret Hannan Dies In Denver Hospital Today Mrs. Margaret B. Hannan, wife of Wm. J. Hannan, died at the Rocky Mountain hospital in Denver today. She had been ill for some time. Mrs. Hannan, a psychology teacher [incorrect, she was an author and speaker], resided at 1543 Pine, having moved there recently from 1038 University. She was born in Tonica, Ill., Aug. 24, 1872. Besides the husband survivors are four daughters--Miss Marion Hannan, who is recovering in a Denver hospital from severe burns suffered recently in a doctor's office in Denver, where she was employed; Mrs. Margaret Hill, Boulder; Mrs. Virginia Greeno, Boulder, and Mrs. Genevieve Tullis, Chicago. Body will be at Allardice mortuary. Funeral later.
Submitted Mon Nov 18 15:50:09 2002 by: Virginia Hill Travis
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RIMER, Lottie
21 July 1953
Longmont, CO
Mrs. Lottie Rimer, 77, wife of the late George W. Rimer of Longmont, died at her home, 513 Terry Street, at 8:30 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Rimer, who had been in failing health for several years, was born at Clinton, Missouri, August 17, 1875. She had lived in Longmont since 1912. A member of the Methodist church in Missouri, Mrs. Rimer also was a past noble grand of the Rebekah lodge in Niwot and a member of the Mutual Improvement club in Longmont. A well known resident of Longmont, Mrs. Rimer was stricken suddenly Monday afternoon while visiting with friends. She failed to respond to treatment and died a few hours later. Although she was in poor health for many years, her death was unexpected. Surviving relatives are one daughter, Mrs. Rozella Hottel of Longmont; two grandsons, Ted Hottel of Longmont and Bill Hottel of Fort Collins; four great-grandchildren; one cousin, Mrs. Alva Reed, Denver; one brother and one sister, living in California, and one sister in Iowa. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 4 p.m. from Lewellen Funeral home, Rev. David Evans of First Congregational church officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View cemetery.
Submitted Wed Jan 8 16:57:38 2003 by: Terry Kanago
RIMER, George Wesley
12 March 1949
Longmont, CO
DEATH CLAIMS GEORGE RIMER EARLY TODAY George W. Rimer, 76-year-old retired Longmont business man, died at his home, 513 Terry Street, at 2:10 a.m. today. He had been in failing health since last September. Mr. Rimer was born in Lexington, Illinois, August 5, 1872, and came to Colorado in 1906 from Clinton, Missouri. He settled first at Loveland and later moved to Boulder and then to Niwot. He took up his residence here in 1912. He established a paint and wall paper business in 1912 Fourth avenue, now occupied by the Red Cross and Welfar offices. He continued in that business until 1928, when he sold out to the present Longmont Paint and Glass company. At that time Mr. Rimer entered the insurance business, which he continued until his health failed last September. Mr. Rimer was active in lodge work here and was a member of Longmont lodge No. 29, I.O.O.F., for over 35 years. He was past grand and past trustee of the organization. He also held membership in St. Vrain lodge A.F.&A.M. since 1920 and was a member of Royal ARch Masons No. 8. He was a member of the Methodist church in Clinton, Missouri. Surviving relatives are his wife, Mrs. Lottie Rimer of Longmont; one daughter, Mrs. W.E. (Rozella) Hottel, Longmont; two brothers, H.F. and R.E. Rimer of Seattle, Washington; and two sisters, Mrs. George M. Brinkman and Mrs. Fritz Rumel of Los Angeles. Two grandsons, Ted and William Hottel of Longmont, and three great- grandchildren also are living. A son died several years ago. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from Lewellen Funeral home, Rev. Gabriel S. Upton officiating. Interment will be in Mountain View cemetery with Masons in charge of committal services at the graveside.
Submitted Wed Jan 8 17:12:05 2003 by: Terry Kanago
HILL, Margaret Emogene
Boulder, CO
MARGARET E. HILL-- Margaret Emogene Hill of 1567 9th, an employe [sic] of the Model Laundry, died Sunday [June 29] after an illness of six months. She had been a resident of Boulder for 11 years, coming here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Hill, with whom she made her home. Other relatives are three sisters, Mrs. L.L.[June] Hughes, Goodwell, Okla., Mrs. Leo [Elizabeth] Clifford, Denver, and Jacqueline Hill, Boulder, also three brothers, Jack, Robert and James Hill of Boulder. Rosary services at Howe Mortuary Tuesday at 6:30; Mass at Sacred Heart at 9:00 Wednesday morning. Rev. Father Paul Fife will officiate. Interment, Green Mountain.
Submitted Fri Jan 17 15:19:39 2003 by: Virginia Hill Travis
HILL, Robert Parke
Boulder, CO
Robert Parke Hill of 1133 Portland Place, Boulder, died Thursday, Sept. 22, at Terrace Heights Care Center in Boulder. He was 63. He was born Aug. 22, 1931 in Denver, the son of Ernest Hill and Mrs. Margaret B. Hanna [Hannan] Hill. Mr. Hill graduated from Boulder High School and was a longtime resident of Boulder. He worked for Gerbitz Rubbish Removal Service in Boulder. Survivors include his former wife, Joan Eola Gladwell of Hotchkiss; a son, Robert Parke Hill II of Grand Junction; two brothers, James Hill of Boulder and Jack Hill of Arizona; two sisters, Jackie Mikes of Thornton and Betty Hill of California [deceased 1987]; and three grandchildren. Visitation will be from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monday at Crist Mortuary Chapel, 34th Street and The Diagonal Highway, Boulder. A funeral service will be at 2:30 p.m. at the mortuary with the Rev. Edward Madden of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church officiating. Inurnment will follow at a later date at Green Mountain Cemetery in Boulder.
Submitted Fri Jan 17 15:27:30 2003 by: Virginia Hill Travis
HILL, Margaret Beatrice (HANNAN)
Boulder, CO
Margaret B. Hill of Boulder died Monday, May 10, at Boulder Manor Health Care Center. She was 93. She was born June 3, 1899 in Chicago, the daughter of William Hannon [Hannan] and Margaret Cane [Kane] Hannon [Hannan]. She married Ernest T. Hill in November 1921 [19 Apr 1922] in Denver. A homemaker, she moved to Boulder from Denver in 1936. She was preceded in death by her husband, three sisters and two daughters. Survivors include three sons, James L. Hill and Robert P. Hill, both of Boulder, and Jack T. Hill of San Diego; two daughters Elizabeth Sauer [Moore; deceased December 1987] of National City, Calif., and Jacqueline Mikes of Thornton; 13 grandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Green Mountain Cemetery, 290 20th Street., Boulder. The Rev. William Youngblood of Mountain View United Methodist Church will officiate. Howe Mortuary is handling arrangements.
Submitted Fri Jan 17 15:47:32 2003 by: Virginia Hill Travis
HILL, Jack Telford
Boulder, CO
Jack Telford Hill-March 2, 1930 - Feb. 22[17], 2002. Jack Telford Hill of El Cajon, Calif., and formerly of Boulder, died of liver cancer Friday, Feb. 22[17], 2002, in El Cajon. He was 71. The son of Ernest T. Hill and Margaret B. Hannan Hill, he was born March 2, 1930, in Denver. He married Patricia DeCosta on Dec. 3, 1950, in Las Vegas. His family moved from Denver to Boulder in 1936. Mr. Hill remained in Boulder until 1947. He attended Boulder High School for one year. He served in the Navy for 30 years and was a veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. He earned several military medals, including the National Defense Service medal, the United Nations Korean medal, the Vietnam Service medal and the Good Conduct Medal [3 times]. Survivors include three daughters, Margaret Hill of Ramona, Calif., Jacqueline Carrigan of Moses Lake, Wash., and Virginia Travis of Germantown, MD.; a brother, James L. Hill of Boulder; a sister, Jackie Mikes of Thornton; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1963; a brother, Robert Hill of Boulder; three sisters, June Hughes and Margaret E. Hill, both of Boulder and Elizabeth Moore of San Diego. Interment will be at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego. Contributions may be made in his name to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 102454, Atlanta, GA 30368-2454. Greenwood Memorial Park and Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Submitted Fri Jan 17 16:04:46 2003 by: Virginia Hill Travis
October 21, 1910
Boulder, CO
Miss Lila P. CHANDLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.K. FISHER, of Alamosa, died in Denver - Friday morning, October 21st, age 33 years and two days. The funeral services were held in Denver, Dr. Wilcox of the Trinity M. E. church officiating. The interment was at Boulder under the auspices of the Rebecca Lodge, of which Miss CHANDLER was a member. The deceased was born in O'Brien county Iowa, but had made her home in Colorado for a number of years. She was of a happy, cheerful, contended disposition and though she knew death was not far distant a year ago by reason of a weak heart, never lost courage and that Christian spirit and faith which marked her character. She will be sadly missed by many who know her because of her genial ways and good heart. Miss CHANDLER was staying with her sister, Vel FISHER, while Mr. and Mrs. FISHER were making their home in Alamosa. The family have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in their hour of bereavement; but they may be assured that Miss Lila had not lived in vain, and though taken from earth in the noontide of life has left a monument of unselfishness and cheer.
Submitted Sun Mar 2 11:32:12 2003 by: Colleen Boose


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