James G. Hambrook was born
June 16, 1892 in North Dakota and died at his home five miles south of Cheyenne
on January 17, 1933, age 40 years and seven months.
Mr. Hambrook was an early
settler……..(unreadable)…..twelve years of age. He was united in marriage to
Lillie Patterson , June 1, 1921. To this union were born two children, Virgil,
age 10 and Lettie, age 9. Mr. Hambrook had lived near the Needmore School House
for the past three years. He was always highly respected by all. He was a good
neighbor, devoted father and husband. He died after a lingering sickness having
suffered for the last ten months.
He confessed faith in Christ
before he died and told his loved ones not to weep for him, but to be good and
meet him in heaven.
He leaves to mourn his loss,
his wife, two children, a brother Tom Hambrook of Grimes, Okla., also an uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. N.G. Mathison of Sayre, OK and a host of friends. A
large crowd attended the funeral, which was conducted by Rev. J.D. Green at
Dempsey School House. He was laid to rest in the Dempsey Cemetery. Burial in
charge by Littrel-Moore
We wish to express our
appreciation to the kind friends and neighbors who so faithfully assisted us in
the sickness and death of our loved one. May heaven’s richest blessings rest
upon each of you is our prayer.
Mrs. J.G. Hambrook and
Tom Hambrook
Cheyenne Star,
January 26, 1933