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Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 2 Sep 2009 7:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Larson & Broomfield
Seeking info on Hortence Larson, who was married to William Laing Broomfield.
Marriage took place in Weiser, Washington CO., Idaho in 1913.
Wm Broomfield passed away in 1918 and is buried in Adams Co Idaho.
Seeking info on his wife and possible children, what became of them?

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 3 Sep 2009 12:52PM GMT
Classification: Military
Surnames: BROOMFIELD
you haven't given any birth dates - make sense

WW1 DRAFT

Name: William L Broomfield
SECTION LABOURER WITH NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY
County: CAMBRIA
State: Virginia
Birthplace: Montgomery, Virginia
Birth Date: 19 Aug 1889
WIFE & CHILDREN TO SUPPORT
Race: White
MEDIUM HEIGHT WITH BLUE EYES & BROWN HAIR
note: LOST 1 EYE
FHL Roll Number: 1984812

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 3 Sep 2009 4:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Larson/Broomfield
Thank you for the info, but I do not believe they were in Virgina
The William I am looking for, would have been born in MI. Jul 4 1879.
He married Hortance Larson in 1913 in Weiser Washington Idaho.
He died in 1918 and is buried in Adams Co Idaho in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 3 Sep 2009 10:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Broomfield
I looked in the newspaper for an obit for him but the papers for May-June 1918 were missing.

I did find the following marriage that could be her. You might want to check it out.
Cheryl

Western States Marriage Record
Details For Marriage ID#155535
Groom Last Name: SCHAFFER
Groom First Name: Ira
Groom Residence:
Bride Last Name: BROOMFIELD
Bride First Name: Hortense
Bride Residence:
Place: La Grande
Date: 07 Oct 1920
County of Record: Union
State: Oregon
Volume: J
Page: 380

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 3 Sep 2009 11:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank Cheryl
This is great, I know his brother moved to Oregon, makes sense. At least it gives a name to start searching.
Once again, thank you

Marilyn

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 4 Sep 2009 1:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Broomfield
Marilyn,

Your welcome and good luck in your search.
Cheryl

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 4 Sep 2009 1:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
The info you provided help me locate them in the 1930 census.
They went back to Idaho....great work and thank you

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 29 Nov 2009 9:22PM GMT
Classification: Death
Surnames: Broomfield, Dillon, Pollos, Pollis
I found a notice about the death of William Broomfield.

I am not related in anyway. I am just posting for research purposes.
Eellitta

Date: June 05, 1918
Location: Idaho
Paper: Idaho Statesman
Page 10
Council
William Broomfield of Tamarack committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a large caliber rifle. Despondency caused by ill health is believed to have been the reason for his action. For some time past he had not been able to work as a planer operator. He left a wife and two young sons.

I also found two newspaper articles about a Will Broomfield.

Date: March 21, 1912
Location: Idaho
Paper: Idaho Statesman
Page 1

THREE MEN HURT IN ACCIDENT ON P. & I. N.

Were Riding on a Handcar When it is Hit by a Train

NEW MEADOWS, Ida. March 20.

Three persons were seriously hurt today when a P. & I. N. train collided with a handcar near Rubicon.

The handcar was in charge of a construction gang of five Greek laborers. Five other men, who were their guests, were riding on the handcar at the time of the collision.

It is understood that all were under the influence of intoxicants and drove the handcar into the train.

The injured are:
Will Broomfield, serious.
Neil Dillon, right foot crushed.
Pete Pullos, both legs fractured.

All of the other seven on the handcar were more or less shaken up and bruised. None of the train crew were hurt.

Date: March 24, 1912
Location: Idaho
Paper: Idaho Statesman
Page 10

SECOND WRECK VICTIM DEAD

Neal Dillon, Hurt on the P. & I. N.,Succumbs to Injuries

WEISER. March 23.
Neal Dillon, a second victim of the handcar wreck on the P. & I. N road near new Meadows Wednesday afternoon, died last night from his injuries, and his body, with that of Peter Pollis, the Greek, who died a few hours after the accident were brought to Weiser today. The funeral will be held here tomorrow with interment in the Weiser cemetery. The body of Pollis will taken to La Grande tonight for burial.

Will Broomfield, a third victim, was also brought to Weiser today, and is in Josephine hospital in serious condition with one foot amputated. It was necessary to remove both of Dillon’s arms and one foot.

Dillon is survived by a wife and two children, who are here with the remains, besides parents and other relatives residing at Speer’s Ferry, Va. A telegram was received this morning from his father asking for further particulars regarding the condition of his son. He has been advised of his son’s death.

Re: Larson/Broomfield

Posted: 30 Nov 2009 12:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you, for the great information.
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