Photo courtesy of Joshua Brackett's Eagle Scout Project
(April 19, 1860 - April 21, 1903)
Wyoming Newspaper Project
April 23, 1903
Note: This information has been entered under the name Strycker as well as Stricker as a cross-reference.
Dr. Bownrigg was called to see Henry Strycker last Saturday and found him suffering with stomach trouble and inflammatory rheumatism. The doctor held out no hope of his recovery right from the start, but made a couple more trips to the ranch to relieve the sufferer, but Tuesday night the summons came and Mr. Strycker passed peacefully away. Deceased came to this country with his family three years ago last February from Kansas and leaves a wife and six children of tender age to battle their way in this cold world. The remains were brought to Lusk today and at three o'clock this afternoon funeral services were held at the Congregational church, conducted by Rev. Cleveland, after which the body was laid to rest in the Lusk cemetery.
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