Ernest O. Fullerton

Photo, from findagrave.com, used with permission from photographer Chuck James.
Photo, from findagrave.com, used with permission from photographer Chuck James.

(1920 - May, 1920)


Wyoming Newspaper Project
June 10, 1920



It was only the week before that when an infant of about seven days was buried by this family, and as an added shock came the unexpected death of this boy of such tender years.

The unmeasured sympathy of big western hearts goes out to the stricken family in their grief. Words of condolence only can be offered to help them reconcile themselves to the works of the Almighty hand.


This was first published in the Manville News, in the news of the death of his brother, Donald K. Fullerton.








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