(April 4, 1850 - December 21, 1901)
Wyoming Newspaper Project
December 26, 1901
The following, published in the Converse County Herald, is courtesy of the Wyoming Newspaper Project. Although this states that burial was in Pleasant Ridge cemetery in Kirtley, the Kirtley records indicate that the body was moved to the Lusk cemetery.
Last Saturday as Mr. W. R. Dryer and Mr. Eldredge were getting out a ridge-pole for a house they both slipped and fell, the pole striking Mr. Dryer on the head, killing him instantly. This is a terrible shock to his family and they have the sympathy of the whole community. The funeral was held Tuesday at one o'clock at the east school house and he was buried in the Pleasant Ridge cemetery.
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