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A Chinese Cook At Rest In the Pima County Indigent Cemetery In Tucson, Arizona
This is a photograph that I took of the headstone marking the grave of Si Chong in the Pima County Indigent Cemetery in the city of Tucson, Arizona. Mr. Chong was born in China in 1863. He immigrated to the United States and settled in the Arizona Territory during the 1880's. He moved to Tucson sometime during the late 1910's. During his years in Arizona, Mr. Chong worked as a cook in a Chinese restaurant. Mr. Chong lived at the rear of 114 South Meyers Street in Tucson. He died there alone a few days prior to Monday, May 13, 1946, which was the date that his body was discovered. His cause of death was given as "natural causes" due to "senility." He was elderly and unmarried at the time of his death and had no family to claim his body, so he was laid to rest in the county's indigent cemetery.The Cook Family Cemetery, Bedford County, Tennessee "The Old Cook Graveyard"
"Thomas Jefferson Cook Mar. 30, 1830--Feb. 28, 1911 and wife Manerva Jane (Aaron) Cook" (Thomas was the son of William and Nancy (Lentz) Cook and Manerva is the daughter of William and Delilia Aaron)
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