Robert William Groom
|Posted 2019-09-08 by Pat R|
|Arizona Republican (Phoenix, Arizona)|
Sunday, January 22, 1899, p. 5
BOB GROOM NO MORE--Robert Groom, one of the oldest and earliest of Arizona's pioneers, died yesterday at Wickenburg at the age of 76. He came to Arizona about thirty-five years ago and has spent most of the past score of them around the Hassayampa river and was known as an original "Hassayamper." He was a civil engineer by profession and was one of the surveyors who platted the city of Prescott. His death was the result of a severe cold, which developed into pneumonia.
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