(Date Unknown - February 24, 1952)
The Lusk Herald
March 27, 1952
Ed Demmon Dies In Denver Feb. 24
Word has been received here of the death of Ed Demmon in Denver on Feb. 24 with burial being made in Boulder, Colo.
Mr. Demmon was a pioneer in this part of Wyoming, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Demmon came here in the early days and located on the Silver Springs Ranch south of Lusk. They were the parents of 13 children and Mr. Demmon hired his own teacher so that his children might have some schooling.
A sister of the deceased, Mrs. Hope Baca, who now lives at Boise, Idaho was the last of the 13 children to leave Lusk and she moved away only a few years ago.
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Hope Montague Baca (Date Unknown - March 23, 1953)Horace L. Baca (Date Unknown - June 26, 1968)Mary Brooks (October 12, 1898 - September 12, 1968)Irvin J. Demmon (February 23, 1869 - October 2, 1900)Leroy J. Demmon (December 7, 1898 - December 30, 1900)Mary Cordelia Demmon (January 28, 1850 - March 30, 1911)Mrs. Ed Demmon (Date Unknown - May 9, 1933)Francis Joseph Montague (January 1, 1886 - February 27, 1931)John L. Pate (January 5, 1874 - December 21, 1945)Sarah M. Pate (December 30, 1875 - January 9, 1950)George Berry Saffell (July 24, 1868 - August 24, 1934)Lillie Saffell (September 2, 1876 - October 15, 1936)
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