Sparta Herald September 13, 1910
KENDALL MAN PERISHED IN MONTANA
Information was received some ten days ago by the parents of Geo. Fease at Kendall, that he had perished in the forest fires in Montana. The body was not precisely identified at the time, but later information seems to leave no doubt that it was their son. It is supposed he was suffocated in the smoke.
He was the son of Henry Fease and wife, Kendall, 31 years old and unmarried. He went west a year ago last spring, and appears to have only recently gone to the place where he met his death.
September 23, 1910
BODY OF FIRE VICTIM SENT TO WIS
Noxon, Sept 22 - (Special) - The remains of George H Fease, who was burned to death near here on Aug 21 during the forest fires, were shipped to Kendalls, Wis, today. Fease was a young man, but 31 year of age, and an employee of the forest service. The body was buried temporarily where it was found, but brought here yesterday and prepared for shipment by Undertaker H I Allen of the Marsh establishment of Missoula.