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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. DAILY PRESS Riverside, Riverside Co., CAFriday, 20 August 1943 NAMES OF CRASH VICTIMS RELEASED Funeral arrangements for seven of the nine men killed in the crash Monday night of a four-motored bomber near Whitewater are being completed by the Preston funeral home in Riverside. He was honored by the group in 1980 for his contribution toward making the program a success for youths involved in agriculture. The pickup was totaled when it plunged 75 feet and landed on its roof at the bottom of Eliza Creek.
He also volunteered his efforts for the past 40 years as a member of the Elks Lodge Kitchen Krew that prepared meals at the Cattlemans and Woolgrowers Field Days and other events.
SAN FRANCISCO CALL San Francisco, CASunday, 7 February 1897 FOUND DYING ON HIS BEAT NIGHT WATCHMAN ALFORD OF WATSONVILLE KILLED BY A BULLET BELIEVED TO HAVE ATTEMPTED AN ARREST AND ENCOUNTERED RESISTANCE ROUGH CHARACTER UNDER SUSPICION SUDDENLY DISAPPEARS FROM THE TOWN WATSONVILLE, Cal., Feb. Alford was found dying on the sidewalk on Lower Main street at oclock this morning.
ALFORD DAILY PRESS Riverside, Riverside Co., CASaturday, 21 August 1943 Near Banning, Calif., Aug. The fact that no powder burns were found on the temple dissipates the suicide theory. Alford was 41 years old and leaves a widow and eight children.
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.
Paul, MN; married Elizabeth Philler Bunting on in St. He is buried in the Los Angeles National Cemetery as a U. 142 of The Burke and Alvord Memorial (1864), with his birth date and the notation that he went west. It seems that Jack Bodie was given six months in the County Jail or the privilege of leaving the county some time ago when arraigned on a charge of vagrancy. Officer Alford had threatened to arrest him if he ever returned, and as he had been seen last evening it is believed that Alford attempted to do his duty and was killed for his trouble. Miss Smith was detained for an interview by the Sheriff, but has since been dismissed on her own recognizance. Some of his friends advised him to resign, fearing harm would result, and he said he would resign in the spring, when he expected to secure other employment.