HUDGENS, MOLLY E-obituaries

NOTE. Father is Molly Carshero in the below article, this is probably Mollie Casshire, who is buried nearby.  He would have died about 1893 several things match, drowned at Thermopolis, died before daughter was born and wife remarries a Smith.

Thermopolis Record no. 14 April 01, 1920, page 1

HYATTVILLE LADY DIES

   Mrs. Mollie E. Hudgens, wife of Guy B. Hudgens of Hyattville, who was brought here recently suffering with typhoid fever, died Wednesday, March 31.  The deceased lady was 29 years, 7 months and 19 days old, and was born at Big Horn, Sheridan county.

   The body was shipped to the family home at Hyattville for burial.

 

Basin Republican no. 42 April 09, 1920, page 3 Hyattville News Items

Our entire community was saddened by the death of Mrs. Guy Hudgens who passed away in Thermopolis last Wednesday. She was the daughter of Mrs. J. J. Smith and was raised near Hyattville. Mrs. Hudgens was born in Sheridan about 1893. Her father, Molly Carshero, was

drowned at Thermopolis before her birth. Later her mother married Mr. Smith and the family have since resided on their ranch about 8 miles south of Hyattville. She grew up here and was known and loved by everybody. She was of such a care-free happy disposition, that her presence was like sunshine and she was always ready to smile and pass a cheerful word. She leaves her husband and little daughter, mother, two sisters, four brothers and many, many friends to mourn her loss.

 

Thermopolis Record no. 16 April 15, 1920, page 1

CARD OF THANKS

   We wish to thank our many friends for kindness shown through the sickness

and death of our wife and mother.

Guy Hudgens

Venetta Hudgens.