Date of Death: 24 Jul 1911
Subject: Hayden William Ruhl
Source: Holt County Sentinel, 4 Aug 1911, p. 8

Hayden William Ruhl, son of E. F. Ruhl, was born November 23, 1886, in Sumner county, Kansas. At the age of five years, he with his parents moved to Missouri, where he lived in Andrew and Holt counties, until some five years ago when he went to Oklahoma, where he was married July 2, 1910, to Nellie Tuttle, who, together with his parents, one sister, Mrs. Willard Howard, of St. Joseph, two brothers, Grover, of Manicopa, California, and Edward, who is yet with his parents in Holt county, survive him.

Since residing in Oklahoma the deceased has been employed in the oil fields near Tulsa. His death was due to typhoid fever and he fell asleep July 24, 1911. The body was brought back to Missouri, July 27, and funeral services were held at Gravel Wall church near Fillmore, conducted by the Rev. W. L. Scarborough and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near the church.