Claims Willam Cook, Aged Rancher
[Newspaper clipping in Edna Greet scrapbook, probably Northern Wyoming
William W. Cook, resident of
Mr. Cook is survived by a half-sister, Mrs. Nina Price, of Ranger,
Mr. Cook was born in
From 1882 to 1899 he did ranch and timber work, moving to the Big Trails vicinity in 1899. Here Mr. Cook was employed on what later became the
He then moved to Ten Sleep vicinity, where he lived until March of this year.
In March, he moved to Worland and made his home at the Richards hotel, where he continued to live until his death.
Mr. Cook had never married.
COOK IS BURIED IN TEN SLEEP CEMETERY [Newspaper clipping in Edna Greet
scrapbook, probably Northern Wyoming Daily News,
Funeral services for William Cook were held at Ten Sleep Methodist church yesterday at 1:30 p. m. Reverend Glenn G. Knight officiated.
Pallbearers were Arnold Waln, Henry Tully, Archie Jacobs, John Egbert, Clyde Harvard and George Brown.
A trio, accompanied by Norma Egbert, and composed of Mrs. Florence Shriver, Mrs. Sam McPike and Mrs. Dave Egbert, sang, "The Old Rugged Cross" and "
Burial was made at Ten Sleep cemetery.