Location: Teller County CO

Biography of Walter J. Arnold

Walter J. Arnold. The county engineer of Shawnee County, Walter J. Arnold has led an active and diversified career, and although not yet forty-one years of age has crowded into his life more experiences than the ordinary man sees in an entire lifetime. From gold mining in Colorado to chasing the insurgents in the Philippines is a long call, but unlike many men whose activities have led them to out-of-the-way-places, Mr. Arnold has been constantly advancing, and each new experience, each new employment, has brought him a little bit further ahead toward the goal of success. In his present capacity, which he has filled for some five years, he is one of the most efficient and popular officials in the state. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Mr. Arnold is a native of Saxony, born in the City of Dresden, in 1877, a son of Gustave and Ernestine (Zeuner) Arnold. In the old country the family belonged to the social democrats, and Friedrich Arnold, the grandfather...

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Bowerman, Lois “Larrie” Mrs. – Obituary

Halfway, Oregon Lois “Larrie” Bowerman, 82, a longtime Halfway resident, died March 11, 2004, at St. Elizabeth Health Services. Her memorial service will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Pine Valley Presbyterian Church in Halfway. Lois was born Sept. 30, 1921, in the high altitude of Victor, Colo., to Washington Denver and Gwendolyn Honeycutt. She was the second-eldest of four girls. Lois received good grades in school and received her eighth-grade diploma in Spokane in 1935. However, the Great Depression had set in and she opted not to continue her education because she could not afford new clothes. Her father’s automobile business soon failed and for the next few years the family, like many others, traveled the western states looking for work. By the late 1930s things started looking up for Lois. The Honeycutts arrived in Everett, Wash., where Lois met her first love, Harold Sanders. In 1940 Lois married Harold and within the next three years gave birth to her first two children, Steve and Gail. In 1943 Harold, Lois and their two young children rejoined the Honeycutts in the secluded farming community of Pine Valley, Ore. Harold was drafted into the Navy and after his return from the South Pacific they eventually bought some land in Carson where they started construction of a home. After Harold’s accidental death in 1948 Lois met and married Jarold L....

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Teller County, Colorado Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. The following cemeteries have gravesite photographs hosted at the Colorado Tombstone Photo Project Cripple Creek Mount Pisgah Cemetery Divide Divide Cemetery Florissant Florissant Cemetery Four Mile Cemetery View Photographs The following cemeteries have transcriptions hosted at the Colorado USGW Archives Arequa Cemetery Beaver Creek Cemetery Colbert Cemetery GAR Cemetery Gillett Cemetery Indian Burial Ground King Graves Love Cemetery Midland Cemetery Mountain Wilderness Memorial Pancake Rocks Marker Pioneer Cemetery Rooks Cemetery Rural Cemetery No. 1 Spring Creek Cemetery Tease Grave Wild Horn Ranch Cemetery Cripple Creek Mt. Pisgah Cemetery St Andrews Episcopal Church Columbarium Divide Divide Cemetery Florrisant Buckley Graves Florrisant Cemetery Four Mile Cemetery Victor Sunnyside Cemetery Woodland Park Woodland Park Cemetery View the Transcriptions...

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Honeycutt, Gwendolyn Akin Mrs. – Obituary

Gwendolyn Akin Honeycutt, 100, a longtime Halfway resident, died Nov. 1, 2000, at her home. Her graveside funeral was Tuesday at the Pine Haven Cemetery at Halfway. Buck Steele officiated. Mrs. Honeycutt was born Oct. 18, 1900, at Victor, Colo., to George and Lucy Akin. She married Washington Denver Honeycutt on Nov. 5, 1919, at Pueblo, Colo. They had four daughters over the next eight years while traveling the West picking fruit. In the early 1930s, they owned a car dealership, but lost almost everything during the Depression. In 1939 they moved to Halfway where they farmed and later established a mining claim where they lived until Mr. Honeycutt’s death in 1982. Mrs. Honeycutt remained in Halfway for the next 11 years, caring for herself and her two beloved cats. She became ill in April 1993 and moved to Baker City with her grandchildren, Darl and Lynda Pifher. She loved her cats, her family, friends and Western novels, which she listened to on her tape player. Survivors include her daughters, Shirley Coyle and Lois Bowerman, both of Halfway; 10 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews; and her dearest friends, Connie Carnagy and Rose Steele. She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers, her husband and two daughters, Thelma and Bessie Kempe. Used with permission from: The Baker City Herald, Baker City, Oregon, November 10, 2000 Transcribed...

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