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Wednesday morning some of the neighbors seeing no life about the place called at the house but receiving no answer to their knock entered the house and found him dead in bed. He had evidently passed peacefully away during the night as the bed clothes under which he was resting showed no sign of a struggle. IDE was a man about thirty years of age and made a business of buying and selling horses. Heart failure was given by the doctor as the cause of death.[27 Jan. 1911, Eagle County Blade, p5]
Mrs. INGRUM is survived by three sons James, William and Guy. She will be buried in the Evergreen cemetery beside the body of her husband and of her daughter Grace who died about a year ago. The funeral will be conducted under the auspices of Mt. of the Holy Cross, Circle No. 135, W. of W.
Mrs. INGRUM was one of those sweet gentle natures whom it is a pleasure to meet. She was born in New York State August 18th, 1850.
Services will be conducted by Re. S. A. WEBER of Leadville.[25 Nov. 1909, Eagle Valley Enterprise, p1]
He lived in Georgetown with his parents until ten years of age, when he moved to Gilman where he grew to manhood. He spent twelve years in Nevada, returning to Minturn for a short time. Later he went to Utah where he met and was married to Miss Ruth GETCHELL. After having lived in Kansas for three years, he returned to Minturn last fall, where he was stricken with the flu, from the effects of which he died after three weeks illness. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife, two brothers, one sister, and many friends who extend their sympathy to the bereaved family. The deceased was buried in Evergreen cemetery at Red Cliff April 6.[13 April 1923, Eagle Valley Enterprise, p1]Return to Top
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