BURDETT EMERY

  Nov 21, 1863 – Nov 1, 1905

 

Big Horn County Rustler no. 6 July 13, 1905 County Commissioner proceedings

B. D. Emery was granted bonding for Treasurer of school district No. 35.

B. D. Emory is paid $5.00 for repairing the road plow.

 

Wyoming Tribune no. 285 November 04, 1905, page 3

B. D. Emery is very ill with typhoid fever at his home on No Wood. Dr. Walker of Hyattville is attending him.

 

Basin Republican no. 25 November 02, 1905, page 2

Gone To His Rest

  B. D. Emery, a well-known ranchman of the Nowood, died at his ranch Wednesday morning at 1 o’clock, from the effects of a very severe case of typhoid fever.

  Det, as he was familiarly called, had just fitted out a freight outfit and had made one trip.  He had lost a horse and contracted a severe cold and went home to get some more horses and to stay until he got rid of his cold.  Five days ago, he was here in Basin apparently in the best of health but before reaching home was taken so violently ill that it was almost impossible for him to complete the journey.

  He moved to this country 7 years ago and had with his partner, H. A. Casterson, improved a fine ranch on the Nowood near the mouth of Broken Back.  He was a noble man and industrious and had the good will of all who knew him.  The deceased was born in Ohio in 1863, being just 42 years of age at the time of his death.  Nick Casterson came down after the coffin and the burial will occur at Tensleep today.

   Det leaves a wife and three daughters to whom the hand of sympathy is extended in their hour of sorrow.

 

Tensleep Notes

Det Emery is very sick with typhoid fever.

 

Basin Republican no. 26 November 09, 1905, page 1

Tensleep Items

B. D. Emery, who was sick with typhoid fever about a week, died on Nov. 1.  He was 42 years of age and had been in good health up to the time of his last illness.  He left a wife and three little daughters.  Det was one of the most highly esteemed citizens of Tensleep and his death was a sad blow to his many friends.

 

Basin Republican no. 44 March 15, 1907, page 5 Paint rock News, Hyattville area

Mrs. B. D. Emery of Ten Sleep came down to Hyattville Saturday and rented a house in which to live and keep the post office which she will take charge of soon, succeeding Mr. Lockhart who has been our postmaster for four years.  We feel that Mrs. Emery will too, be a good official.

 

Big Horn County Rustler no. 7 October 27, 1911, page 8

Notice of Water Appropriations:

Mrs. B. D. Emery, Tensleep, under permit 1310 Enlargement.