(December 30, 1889 - November 6, 1918)
Wyoming Newspaper Project
November 14, 1918
Information courtesy of the Wyoming Newspaper Project. The following was published in the Van Tassell Pioneer.
Clifford S. George, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. George, was born at Wilsonville, Nebr., Dec. 30, 1889. He passed out of this life Nov. 6, 1918, aged 29 years, 10 months and 8 days.
He moved to Canon City, Colorado, with his parents when eleven years old. He attended the schools there, graduating from the High school with the Class of 1908, after which he went to work in a garage, and followed the automobile business until his decease.
He came to Lusk in February, 1914, where he had since resided. He was married to Miss Lila DeCastro Oct. 6, 1914. He leaves, besides his sorrowing wife, his mother and three brothers to mourn his loss. HIs mother and youngest brother were notified of his illness but arrived too late to see him alive. His two other brothers are in the U.S. service.
His remains were laid to rest last Saturday, at 2 o'clock, with an appropriate service conducted by Rev. O.E.A. Blenkarn.
The Lusk Herald
November 7, 1918
DEATH TOLL GROWS
The influenza still seems to have a grip on the community, one death occurring last night - that of C. S. George. Several are still in a dangerous condition, notably Messrs Connard, Buck and Kennedy.
Deep regret is felt for the passing of C. S. George - "Denver" as be was affectionately called by all who knew him - for he was a young man of a kind and affable disposition and sturdy sterling qualities, and a loss to the community.
The sincere sympathy of all goes out to his young widow, his mother, who is expected to arrive today, and his other relatives.
Type your search terms into the box below and his 'Search!' to begin searching the
The Niobrara County Library Foundation, Inc. accepts online donations. Click to contribute via PayPal or credit/debit card.
Peruse our extensive genealogical archives, with entries sorted alphabetical by first and last name.
We are currently adding birth record information to the website, with entries sorted alphabetical by first and last name.
This resource provides an alphabetical listing of names, broken down by cemetery, of
those buried in area cemeteries. This resource can assist you in locating the exact location of these grave