Benjamin Franklin Small EX-YERINGTON MAN IS DEAD (Saturday, 2 April 1932, page 8, column 4)

Benjamin Franklin Small, veteran dairyman of the west and a former resident of Yerington, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 438 1/2 Sutro street, following an illness of three months. He was 60 years old. A native of Kansas, most of his life had been spent in Idaho, where for 38 years he had followed dairying and the creamery business. ... husband of Mrs. Minnie Small, father of Marvin, Mrs. Helen Wilcox, Cecil Small; brothe of H. D. Small, Mrs. Mary Rundle and R. L. Small. [See image]

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Nevada State Journal (Reno, Nevada)02 Apr 1932, SatPage 8
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  • Benjamin Franklin Small EX-YERINGTON MAN IS DEAD (Saturday, 2 April 1932, page 8, column 4) — Benjamin Franklin Small, veteran dairyman of the west and a former resident of Yerington, died yesterday afternoon at his home, 438 1/2 Sutro street, following an illness of three months. He was 60 years old. A native of Kansas, most of his life had been spent in Idaho, where for 38 years he had followed dairying and the creamery business. ... husband of Mrs. Minnie Small, father of Marvin, Mrs. Helen Wilcox, Cecil Small; brothe of H. D. Small, Mrs. Mary Rundle and R. L. Small. [See image]

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