Humphrey Mortuary in Alamosa Colorado has records available online for the years 1924 to 1926 and from 1939 – 1952. Records were transcribed by Dan and Linda Deslauriers.
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Humprhey Morturary History indicate John Brown began undertaking in 1890 until 1927. He then formed a partnership with George Lorton in downtown Alamosa and continued ownership with other partners John Allardice and Glen Miracle. He bought out his partners and continued the operation until selling to Frank L. Humphrey in 1948. Mr. Humphrey sold the business to Kenneth P. Butler and W. Edward Sharp in 1951. The funeral home changed hands several more times and is currently the Rogers Family Mortuary.
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