Logan Crawford, like other members of his family, liked frontier life and was a famous hunter and fisherman. In he was elected county assessor, the only time he ever held political office.
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He headed the first government department for predatory animal extermination and engaged in this work both in Colorado and California. Crawford is survived by a sister, Mrs. Pritchett of Denver, a daughter, Mrs. Lee Hoddle of Pacoima, Calif. Crawford of Belcourt, North Dakota.
Funeral services will be held from the Methodist church in Steamboat Springs on Friday, August 29, and interment will be in the Crawford plot in the Steamboat cemetery. Steamboat Pilot, Aug 28, , transcribed by J. He has been in a very weakened state for several years. He was a native of the Italian or Swiss Tyroll and at this time his age is not known. He came to Steamboat Springs in the very early days and was a painter and paper hanger.
It is hoped to have more extended obituary next week.
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Steamboat Pilot, Jan 21, , transcribed by J. Henry Dennie, 62 years old, a pioneer of Routt county, was found by her husband today on a ranch four miles south of here. She set out for Milner to walk to Steamboat Springs last Wednesday, became lost in a blizzard, and was frozen to death. Dona Fitzhugh passed away at her home at Haybro at 7 o'clock Saturday morning as a result of pneumonia. She had been ill for only a short time when death came.
Funeral services were conducted at the Hosking Parlors at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with Rev. Sullivan in charge. The Neighbors of Woodcraft members were present in a group and had part in the service. Bennett played the piano accompaniment for the service. The casket was covered with lovely blossoms and floral tributes from the many friends of Mrs. Fitzzhugh[sic] were placed in the Parlors. Robert Perry of Oak Creek, Mrs. Dosha Randle and Mrs. Leonad Chase of Denver. Dona Thompson was born in Weaubleau, Missouri, December 6, She was mirried[sic] to Elmer Fitzhugh in at Carthage, Mo.
She was a member of the Weaubleau Christian Institute of Missouri. Fitzhugh was a devoted mother and a good friends[sic] and neighbor to all who knew her. She was a member of the Neighbors of Woodcraft in Oak Creek.
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Her absence in the home circle will be keenly felt by the bereaved family and she will be missed by her many friends at Haybro and Oak Creek. Burial was at Glenwood Springs. The saddened community offers its sympathy and condolence to the bereaved family in this, their dark hour of sorrow.
Dona Fitzhugh, and for the many lovely flowers presented to her memory. Especially are we grateful to Mrs. Jack Higdon, who sang at the funeral and the neighbors who took part in the services. Elmer Fitzhugh, Mr.
Robert Perry. Forgey Funeral services for Harper L. Forgey, widely known resident of Steamboat Springs, are being held at the Root Mortuary this afternoon. Samuel T. Freeman of the Congregational church is in charge. Burial will be in the Steamboat Springs cemetery. Forgey died Monday at the Veterans hospital in Grand Junction where he had been a patient for the last three months. Cancer was the cause of death. Forgey was born at Georgetown, Colo. He was the son of Mr. Forgey, both now deceased, who were pioneer Routt county residents. Forgey came here with his parents when one year old and resided here since that time.
At the time of his last illness he was employed at the Luekens Motor Garage. He was a veteran of the first World War and a member of the local American Legion post. He also belonged to the Masonic lodge, the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and was a charter member of the local volunteer fire department. He has been a member of the fire department for 32 years. He joined when the department was reorganized shortly after the first World War and the department had a single hand pulled hose cart.
He stuck with the fire fighting volunteers thru the Model T days and was still a member at the time of his death. He ate much smoke, suffered from frost bite but continued to give the valuable community service. He is survived by his wife, Leslie, daughter of Mrs. Charles W. Neiman, another pioneer Routt county resident, and a brother, Charles, of Craig.
Fire department members were all honorary pallbearers.
Rachel Keefer and Dr. Crawford, accompanied by Mrs. Marguerite See, sang selections at the funeral services this afternoon. Sarah Jennie Forgey passed away at her home Wednesday evening, May 8, following an illness of about one week which culminated in bronchial pneumonia.
The Royal Neighbor lodge will have charge of the services. Jennie Forgey The funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Forgey at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon were attended by so many of the friends of the beloved pioneer that there was not seating room to accommodate them all. The casket was brought from the mortuary escorted by the Royal Neighbors who march in a long line.
In the church the beautiful flowers which covered the casket were placed about the chancel rail and on a large table.
Groesbeck and Clay Monson. John D. Crawford, Mrs. Doris Fisher played the piano accompaniment. In his words of comfort to the bereaved relative, Rev. Kitchen said that Mrs.