William Keele Ogden Standard-Examiner 6 November 1927
DIES ACCIDENT .Â·William Keele Is Pinned Against Tree By Motor Car Â· William Keele, retired rancher of Panaca', Nev., who was brought'to Dee hospital Saturday suffering from injuries sustained in an .automible accident, died that evening at S o'clock. Mr. Keele'sustained fracture of legs, and other injuries, in Panaca last Friday. He was standing near a tree when - a passing motorist lost control of his car and the machine crashed into him, pinning him the tree. Mr. Keele was born in Farmlngton, Utah, April 12, 1857. For year's he lived in Nevada. He is survived by his' widow, Isabelle Lifton Keele, the following sons: Burt Keele of Cedar City, Utah; William, Jake, and Edward Keele of Caliente, Nev., and Robert Keele of Panaca; two daughters, Mrs. R. L. Rice of Caliente Caliente and Mrs. H. H. Claphem of Vegas, Nev. A brother, David Keele, of Panaca, and a sister, Mrs. David Wadsworth, of Fallon, Nev., also survive. survive. The body was removed to the Kirkendall mortuary and will be shipped to Panaca this evening.