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Temple Houston Bull
© Cheyenne Star
08 Jun 1933
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Temple Houston Bull, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bull, pioneer citizens of old Grand, was killed near Lions, Kansas on Wednesday May 24, 1933 when an oil field truck he was driving loaded with rolls of cable overturned and the cable fell on Mr. Bull crushing his body, causing almost instant death.

Temple Bull, age 30 years was born at Grand, county seat of old Day {now Ellis} county.

He was named for Temple Houston, son of Sam Houston.

His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bull reside in Lipscomb county, Texas.

He is also survived by two sisters, Hadia of Wichita, Kansas; and Ivan, who resides in New Mexico.

Burial in Sunnyside Cemetery, Sun City, Kansas, Barber County.



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