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Reichard, John A.
Reilly, Carrie Good
Reinke, J. F. W.
Robeson, Solomon

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Denver Tribune
Denver, Colorado, 3/26/1873 Page 3

DIED:  REICHARD--In Central City, Colorado, March 15, 1873 of pneumonia, John A. Reichard, aged 30 years. Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver

Denver Times, Denver, Colorado
January 18, 1887 Page 8


The funeral of Mrs. Carrie Reilly, nee Good, took place from her father's residence, Sixteenth and Welton Streets yesterday afternoon. There was a large attendance of sympathizing friends, who knew her in life. The floral tributes were beautiful and in profusion. Rev. Charles H. Marshall officiated and spoke cheering words of comfort to the bereaved parents and sorrowing friends. George Woodside, Frank Babcock, Will Perry, W. O. Brinker, W. A. Cherry and R. D. Thompson, all friends of Mrs. Reilly in life, acted as pall bearers. The funeral was one of the largest ever seen in the city. There are many in Denver who will sorrow for the young wife who but a year ago was one of the loveliest and most attractive girls in the city.

Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver

Denver Times
January 14, 1880 Page 4 (Excerpt)

The Sudden Death of J. F. W. Reinke at the Revere House

J.F.W. Reinke, a stranger in the city, died very suddenly at the Revere House on Blake Street yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock. Reinke had complained of pulmonary consumption ever since his arrival in Denver about three days ago. He came from Sterling, Ill., for the benefit of his health and had been in the state altogether about four weeks. After taking dinner yesterday he went into the office and paid for it to the clerk, Mr. George E. Kenning. He was suddenly taken ill and sat down on the floor of the office. The clerk assisted him upstairs to his room, where he immediately expired.

The coroner was summoned and a jury impaneled and it was concluded that death was of natural causes.

From letters found in the pocket of Reinke's coat, it is learned that he has wealthy relative living in Illinois, who was telegraphed last evening and whose directions as to the disposition of the remains are expected to arrive this morning. Reinke came to this city from a ranch near Georgetown, where he had been at work, and while here consulted several physicians, who told him that they could give him no relief.

Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver

Rocky Mountain News
January 16, 1901

ROBESON, Solomon, Georgetown, Colo. pioneer and highly respected citizen of Greeley. Had been sick 6 years. Born Danville, Ohio, on May 1, 1832, age 69 yrs. Came to Colorado, Gilpin Cnty in 1869, followed mining to 1878, later moved to Georgetown. Son Hon. J. H. Robeson. Mason to have charge of services, leaves wife, two sons and a dughter.

Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver