Obituary Details

Harry W. Hitchcock

(06/24/1883 - 06/04/1945)
Courtesy of The Lusk Herald, 06/07/1945


Harry W. Hitchcock, 60, former resident of Lance Creek community, died in his sleep on the morning of June 4. the remains are being sent to Lusk and will arrive today (Thursday). Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30, the Rev. Lawrence Juell officiating.

Mr. Hitchcock is the brother of O. J. Hitchcock of Lusk. The two brothers lived several years at Lance Creek doing ranch work, after which the deceased went to Rangely, Colo., where he worked in the oil fields. He boarded at the home of Carl Taylor, who had recently moved from Lusk. Mr. Hitchcock's other relatives are his nephew, Art Hitchcock, and three grand-nieces, Mrs. Benny Wolfe, Mrs. Joe Wolfe and Mrs. Elmer Fleming.

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