Do you have obituary clippings in you file for non-relatives? As I’m going back thru the files created when I scanned my paper files, I am finding such clippings. Today’s find is the obituary for Harold Ernest ‘Jim’ Wells published in the Topeka (KS) paper.
Harold Ernest ‘Jim’ Wells
Boise, Idaho – Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. today at the Alden-Waggoner Chapel in Boise, Idaho, for Harold Ernest ‘Jim” Wells, 85, Boise. He died Wednesday, May 11, 1994, at a Boise nursing home.
Mr. Wells worked for the Boise Parks Department for 25 years and then he worked for the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Boise. He was an Army veteran of World War II.
He was born April 3, 1909, in Linn, Kan., and was reared in Linn.
He was married to Lela Elliott on Jan. 20, 1935. She survives in Boise.
Other Survivors include two daughters, Vickie Woolsey, Auburn, Calif. and Valerie Schoof, Placerville, Calif.; two sisters, Helen Setnor, Topeka, Kan., and Marjorie Stenger, Wichita, and a granddaughter.
Inurnment at Dry Creek Cemetery in Boise will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s association, 4620 Overland Road, Boise, Idaho, 83705.The Topeka Capital-Journal (Topeka, KS) Saturday, May 14, 1994 page 15-A
Unsure as to whether, Harold Wells was a cousin, I searched for him on FamilySearch.
Even though the great-grandfather of Harold Wells is Benjamin F. Wells, it is a different Benjamin F. Wells than the one in my tree. Thus, this is a random obituary that I kept which is unrelated to my tree.