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Paul E. Haskett Sr.
Paul Everett Haskett Sr., 84, of Marsing, died Thursday, June 21, 2001, at a Boise hospital. Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 25 at the Marsing-Homedale Cemetery. Family and friends are asked to meet at the cemetery.
Mr. Haskett was born July 7, 1916 in Lynnwood Township, Kansas, the third son of Earl Eli and Tracy Haskett. He was reared and educated in Kansas and in 1937 moved to Delta, Colorado. He also lived in Utah and then returned to Kansas where he married Nellie Miller on February 20, 1940 at Alma, Neb. The couple returned to Utah and then moved to the Marsing area where they have since resided. Throughout his life, Paul worked as a farmer and rancher. He enjoyed traveling, rock hounding and hunting in his younger days.
Surviving in addition to his wife of 61 years, Nellie of Marsing, are three sons, Paul Haskett Jr. and his wife Kay of Renton, Wash., James and his wife Jeannie Haskett of Greenleaf and Sid and his wife Doreen of Marsing; a daughter, Doris, and her husband John Neil of Marsing; four sisters, Mary Claar in Florida, Noma Keesee, Bernus Warner and Betty Haskett all in Kansas; ten grandchildren, Sherry Sprygada, Denise Garcia, Julie Doser, Jason Haskett, Jeff Neil, Andrea Spear, Joshua Haskett, Scott Neil, Anthony Haskett and Jared Haskett; four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and a sister.
Friends may call Sunday, June 24, 2001 from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. at the Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Homedale.
I am searching for the gravesite of Samuel Lockhart, who was in California 1850, & 1860, and was born ca 1822 Ohio......
He left Northern California to go to the Silver City, Ida Mines,
and had a shoot out with J. Marion More in front of the Idaho Hotel.
According to what I have learned on the internet he died 13 Jul 1868
and buried at Pioneer SC.............I would like to find the listing of
this cemetery, and or find a photo of headstone,etc.
I also learned that J. Marion More died 1 Apr 1868 at 51, and buried Idaho City. Would like to see his tombstone.
I would assume by these death dates posted on Internet that
J. Marion died in shoot out, and Samuel died from result of
shootout couple months later.
I have a friend who has purchased land that lst belonged to this
Samuel Lockhart, and he wants the history for his records on
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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