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Frank Lamb Stephens

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Frank Lamb Stephens

Birth
Bromptonville, Estrie Region, Quebec, Canada
Death
6 Oct 1923 (aged 65)
Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
Burial
Denver, City and County of Denver, Colorado, USA Add to Map
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Obituary of Frank Stephens, newspaper unknown, Mesa, Arizona, October 11, 1923, micro-publication, roll unknown, Death record had his dob listed as age 65; 3 mos. & 20 days. Funeral Home: Gibbons Garden Chapel, 33 N. Sirrine Street, Mesa, Arizona.


Colorado Man Dies in Accident. The body of Frank Stevens, 65 years old, of Denver, Colorado, who met with accidental death four miles beyond Young's mine, Saturday, while traveling toward Roosevelt, was shipped from the Gibbons mortuary Tuesday night, to Denver.
Mr. Stevens, a well-driller, left his Colorado home for two weeks previous, en-route for the Texas oil fields, his son, Albert, accompanying him.
The latter, driving a light truck and having as a passenger F. J. Harris, also of Denver, were a half mile ahead of the elder Stevens when the accident occurred.
Losing sight of the car driven by his parent young Stevens retraced the distance to determine the cause of the delay, only to find his father, with skull badly crushed, lying in a gulch where he had been thrown from the machine as it slid from the road in making the turn. Mesa Tribune, Mesa, Arizona Thursday, October 11, 1923.
Obituary of Frank Stephens, newspaper unknown, Mesa, Arizona, October 11, 1923, micro-publication, roll unknown, Death record had his dob listed as age 65; 3 mos. & 20 days. Funeral Home: Gibbons Garden Chapel, 33 N. Sirrine Street, Mesa, Arizona.


Colorado Man Dies in Accident. The body of Frank Stevens, 65 years old, of Denver, Colorado, who met with accidental death four miles beyond Young's mine, Saturday, while traveling toward Roosevelt, was shipped from the Gibbons mortuary Tuesday night, to Denver.
Mr. Stevens, a well-driller, left his Colorado home for two weeks previous, en-route for the Texas oil fields, his son, Albert, accompanying him.
The latter, driving a light truck and having as a passenger F. J. Harris, also of Denver, were a half mile ahead of the elder Stevens when the accident occurred.
Losing sight of the car driven by his parent young Stevens retraced the distance to determine the cause of the delay, only to find his father, with skull badly crushed, lying in a gulch where he had been thrown from the machine as it slid from the road in making the turn. Mesa Tribune, Mesa, Arizona Thursday, October 11, 1923.

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  • Created by: Harvey
  • Added: Aug 24, 2009
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/41088270/frank_lamb-stephens: accessed ), memorial page for Frank Lamb Stephens (4 Jul 1858–6 Oct 1923), Find a Grave Memorial ID 41088270, citing Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, City and County of Denver, Colorado, USA; Maintained by Harvey (contributor 46879971).