Alvord Sr., 76, a 51-year resident of San Diego who recently moved to Joshua Tree, Calif., were today in Greenwood Mortuary. He died Thursday [February 9] in a hospital in Loma Linda, Calif. Alvord was born in Minnesota and owned the Alvord Concrete Co. Alford was a member of the United Workmen and leaves a widow and eight children.
He served in the Navys Sea Bees during World War II. SAN FRANCISCO CALL San Francisco, CA8 February 1897 WATSONVILLES MYSTERY SHERIFF BESSE BELIEVES WATCHMAN ALFORD COMMITTED SUICIDE WATSONVILLE, Cal., Feb. Alford, who was found dying with a pistol wound in the head on the street yesterday morning, will be held tomorrow.
’ works, and leaves many works where Cartridges are secondary or tertiary to the work off the list. American Inventions and Improvements in Breech-Loading Small Arms, Heavy Ordinance, Machine Guns, Magazine Arms, Fixed Ammunition, Pistols, Projectiles, Explosives and Other Munitions of War, including a Chapter on Sporting Arms.
No attempt made to list each edition of a work, such as “Cartridges of the World”. Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Czechoslovakia, France, Belgium, Russia, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland and Spain : 1870 to 1998. (Technical report [Weapons Systems Research Laboratory Australia]); WSRL-0471-TR. ISBN: 0642121397 reloading manuals, though some may be listed elsewhere under the author or compilers name.
The plane, from Blythe Army air base, burned when it crashed and none of the crew escaped. He also served as a member of the local ASCS Range Improvement Committee.
The two other bodies were taken to Blythe, it is understood. He was recognized by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service in 1959, when he was awarded California Rangeman of the Year.
She at once blew her police-whistle, Officer Fiske arrived and the dying watchman was taken to Dr.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral services Friday, February 12 at 3 p.m. Miss Anderson dressed herself and accompanied the Smith woman to where she found Alford lying on the sidewalk, bleeding from a bullet wound in his head.
Principals and Practice of Loading Ammunition: a Treatise on the Loading of Ammunition - with particular reference to the individual who reloads his own cartridges - together with an explanation of the underlying Principles which govern or limit such practice.
Cause of the crash is being investigated by a military board. The neighbors liked him because he always took the widest circle, he said. It was what he did all his life and its what he did best. Alford is survived by his wife Betty Alford; his son Jim Alford, and his wife, Vicki, and their children, Quinn Roy and Abigail Paige, all of Red Bluff; his daughter Patti Ann Alford-Degrofft of Pendleton, Oregon and her husband Duane, and their children, Ryan and Tiah Jill. Jack) Elaine Owens and an aunt, Ethel Alford Peterson. ****************************************** JOHN WESLEY ALFORD THE RECORD-UNION Sacramento, Sacramento, CASunday, 7 February 1897 COWARDLY MURDER AT WATSONVILLE. He lived four hours after being shot, but never regained consciousness.
Wreckage was located about 15 miles north of Palm Springs. But mostly, Alford spent his time working on his ranch and helping neighboring ranchers at springtime brandings working in a way son Jim Alford said came most naturally to him. Up to this evening no clue has been discovered to unravel the mystery of Alfords death. The bullet passed through the temple, passing upward to the brain.
We included the obituary of his daughter-in-law Ardith Winona Johnson Alvord in Idaho Obituaries. In 1920 John is listed with his parents and siblings in St. 12 Carrie Smith, sometimes known as Carrie Ward, but more commonly called Spanish Carrie, of Watsonville, has been lodged in the County Jail here to await investigation by District Attorney Carl Lindsay of the facts and circumstances that led the Coroners jury to its verdict in the death of Night Watchman Alford, who was found dying on a street in Watsonville last Saturday morning.
From CA Deaths: John Edwin Alvord died on in San Bernardino Co. Paul Ward 2 (District 30), Ramsey Co., MN, dwelling #118: Justin L. The verdict of the jury could be taken to mean either suicide or murder without expressing the jurys opinion, as it merely stated the facts that were patent to the most casual observer that Alford came to his death by a gunshot wound and the jury did not know who fired the gun.