|Birth: ||Aug., 1857|
|Death: ||Jun. 4, 1904|
Walker Lake Bulletin, 6/10/1904: Wm. Hoopes, for many years a resident of Aurora and Sweetwater, committed suicide in Bodie last Sunday by taking cyanide solution. No cause is known for the commission of the rash act. He was a native of Wisconsin, aged 49 years.
Bridgeport Chronicle-Union, 6/11/1904: Wm. Hoops, well known to all old residents of Aurora, committed suicide in Bodie, last Saturday, by drinking cyanide of potassium. He was buried from the Methodist Church, Monday morning. He leaves a number of relatives in Nevada and Bodie. He was a brother of Mrs. Dennis Thompson.
Bodie Fraternal Burial Association, Trial Balance, Cash Receipts, Year ending 5/31/1905: Hoopes Cse, $55.00
Note: I have added William as burial in the Ward Cemetery since the Bodie Fraternal Cemetery Association acquired that cemetery for its use.
William Harlan Hoopes (1831 - 1906)
Harriet McCarrel Hoopes (1832 - 1917)
William H. Hoopes (1857 - 1904)
Mary Jane Hoopes Thompson (1859 - 1943)*
Joseph Harland Hoopes (1861 - 1935)*
Bodie Cemetery (Wards Section)
Plot: Grave location unknown
Created by: Sue
Record added: Mar 29, 2014
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