James Nulty ~~~1881-1907 The Ponca City Daily Courier Oct 24, 1907 Submitted by: Shirley Harlan
James Nulty had grown to manhood in Ponca City, having come here at the opening with his parents. He was a young man of splendid character and beloved by all who knew him.
He had been in poor health for a number of months and had gone to Wyoming with the hope of deriving benefit from the climate. Word was received from him just a short time since that he was improving wonderfully, and the news of his death was a surprise and a sad blow to the family.
James died in Casper, Wyoming, at 5 o'clock of consumption (tuberculosis), aged 25 years. The body will be brought back here for burial. The remains arrived in the city Tuesday evening and the funeral services were held at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Catholic Church with Rev. R. Sevens officiating, with interment in the St. Mary's Catholic section of the Ponca City IOOF Cemetery. The large crowd which was in attendance to escort the body to the cemetery bore testimony to the esteem in which the deceased was held.
James Nulty was born Nov 1, 1881 and died Oct 19, 1907, the son of Clara Ella Nulty and the late Patrick Nulty.
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