Butler, Albert H. (1904 - January 31, 1933)


INJURIES FROM FALL Fails to Recover After Slipping From Windmill Tower - Burial in Lusk

Douglas Enterprise - February 7, 1933

The body of Albert H. Butler, 28, who fell from a windmill on January 15, while employed by Rollie H. Saddler, near Dull Center, and receiving injuries from which he died in Douglas last Tuesday, was taken to Lusk Tuesday night to await the arrival of his mother from California.

Albert Butler was born in Litchfield, Nebr., in 1904. He came to Wyoming at the age of 15 and engaged in work with various oil companies over the state. He also homesteaded at Dogie, Wyo.

He had never married and was employed as a ranch hand with Mr. Saddler when he suffered the injuries that caused his death.

His relatives to mourn his departure, his mother, Mrs. Inez Swenson of Pomoma, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Margritz of Ravena, Nebraska, a younger sister, Hazel of Pomona, Calif., and a brother, E.H. Butler of Dogie.

Funeral services were held Saturday in Lusk, interment being in that city.


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