NAME: Brown, Stella May (m. Morgan Francis Cornwell)
MRS. CORNWELL BURIED MONDAY IN RIVERSIDE
Funeral services for Mrs. Morgan Cornwell, who died Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, were conducted Monday afternoon in the Church of God with the Rev. mr. Decker of Thermopolis conducting the service.
Mrs. Cornwell, who had lived in Cody the last 17 years and in the Big Horn Basin for 20, was taken ill early Friday morning. She was taken from her home at 1816 Sheridan avenue to the hospital early in the morning.
Mrs. Cornwell was born September 3, 1883 near North Platte, Nebraska, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown. She was married October 13, 1901 to Morgan Cornwell at Bancroft, Wisconsin.
She is survived by three sons, Norman of Cody, Carl of Lovell, and Ralph of Worland, two daughters, Mrs. Ellis Scott of Cody and Mrs. Alfred Scott of Worland; three brothers, Bert Brown of Kenmore, N.D.; George and Fred of Wisconsin, and a sister, Mrs. David Tate of Sydney, New York.
Mr. Cornwell died in Madison, Wisconsin in 1935. Two sons, Harold and howard, have also died.
During the funeral service the Rev. Pearl Noe and Junior Grubb sang "Gathering Flowers for the Master's Bouquet" and "Near the Cross". Burial was in Riverside cemetery where the two sons are buried.
Pallbearers were Carl Rick, John Hume, Jimmy Green, Ray Hall, H.E. McIntosh, and Bill Lusch.