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Obituary for Alphonso/Alphonzo Luther Hoagland
12 July, 1876 - 31 January, 1932
From The Caldwell News-Tribune, 
dated Monday, 1 February, 1932
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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HOMEPAGE

Note - The actual newspaper article does show as
is transcribed below. Notice that they stated first that
he died in a hotel.
 

Parma Man Dies
     At Boise Hotel

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     Alphonso Luther Hoagland, 56, or route 1, Parma, pas(s)ed away at a Boise hospital Sunday afternoon.  Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Sterry Memorial church in Roswell with the Rev. Ostler officiating.  Interment will be in the Roswell cemetery.
     Mr. Hoagland has been a resident of the upper Roswell community for the past several years.  He was taken to the Boise hospital Thursday.  The body is at the Peckham funeral chapel in Parma.


Also this article a few days later in
The Caldwell News-Tribune,
dated Monday, 8 February, 1932.
As if there wasn't already a question about his
first name they add to the confusion!
 

Final Rites For
Roswell Man Held

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  Alfonso L. Hoagland is Laid
  at Rest Tuesday; Succumbs
          in Boise Hospital

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     ROSWELL  (Special) - Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon from the Sterry Memorial Presbyterian church at Roswell for Alfonso Luther Hoagland.  Rev. Mr. Oastler was in charge and interment was in the Roswell cemetery.
     Mr. Hoagland passed away a week ago Sunday at St. Luke's hospital in Boise.  He had been taken to Boise the preceding Thursday, where he submitted to an operation from which he did not recover.
     Mr. Hoagland was born July 12, 1876, in Indiana.  He came to Roswell about six years ago from Utah and since that time had resided in upper Roswell.  He is survived by two sons, Henry and Lewis, both of whom are married.