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Rev. George Fredrick Hardman Foxton 

(father) b.1825


Notice regarding Clara Foxton
  • From The Douglas Budget April 11, 1940:


Passes Away Saturday Following Stroke: Resident of this Area 47 Years

Death Claimed another Converse county pioneer last Saturday morning when Miss Clara Foxton succumbed at the Douglas hospital following a stroke suffered Sunday March 31.  Miss Foxton came over from Scotland with her brothers, Jack and Harry, in 1893 and made her home with them on the Foxton ranch in the LaBonte valley south of Douglas.

She was born at Fettercairn, Scotland, on May 20, 1860 and would have been 80 years of age had she lived another month.  The past winter she has been making her home with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred Foxton.

Of the four brothers who came over from Scotland and settled in Wyoming only one survives.  George L. Foxton of near Glendo.  He and his son, Dick were here to arrange for and attend the funeral, which was held at the Episcopal Church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  The rector, Rev. Frank R Myers, conducted the services and the casket bearers were William Delahoyd, George Ullman, Ferris Bruner, Charles Reid, Louis Hinton and Archie Hamner of  Glendo.  Burial was in Park Cemetery.