Hi, guys and gals, new to this list.
I just got a copy of a newpaper clipping which states that J. P. Hazard died
of spotted fever in Gooding Idaho 19 April 1918. Funeral service was held at
the Baptist church April 21. He was a pioneer, surveyor, and land attorney in
Alliance Nebraska. Family history said he had "gone to the Rockies to do
surveying" and died of the fever.
If anyone knows how I could find out more info a la e-mail or surface-mail, I
would appreciate knowing the contacts. I am in Tucson AZ, a bit far to just
run up there.
John was my husband's paternal grandfather, so the connection is close. The
clipping also says he "leaves a wife and three children and a large circle of
relatives and friends." His second wife. Three more children or the original
three he found homes for after the divorce back in Nebraska? And I'd sure
like to know what circle of relatives. We seem to have such a tiny family.
Researching Bradford, Bruna, Cady, Dobkowski (Dob), Fox (Fuchs), Gregonis
(Greygonis, Graygonis, Grygonu), Hazard, Kawecki, Perlinski, Pock, Prescott,
Von Derlick (Wunderlich), White, Wing