|Birth: ||Mar. 15, 1803|
|Death: ||Apr. 1, 1877|
Editha Morgan Anderson Adams
Pioneer School teacher
Buried American Fork with Arza
1850 Census Great Salt Lake, Utah Territory
Edith M Anderson 46
Warren L Ball 16
1853 Married Utah
Arza Matson Adams
Editha was a spiritual wife only.
She lived separately, known by maiden name.
1856 State Census Lake City, Utah, UT
1860 Census Lake City, Utah, Utah Territory
Edith M Adams 55, Com School Teacher
Rozilla Jebo 8
Warren L Ball 25, stage driver, born Mass.
1870 Census American Fork, Utah Terr.
Edith Anderson 65, keeping house
Rosale Gebow 18, Indian, domestic servant
Living next to Lydia Adams
1934 Monument American Fork Cemetery
Early Teacher's Monument to be Re-Established
The permanent establishment of a monument to the memory of Editha Adams, pioneer American Fork school teacher, to be erected in the city cemetery, was the object of the meeting of S L Chipman and Mrs Warren B Smith with the city fathers at the council meeting held Monday night. . .
Pleasant Grove Review, 1934-05-18, page 5
City Commemorates First Free School, Pays Tribute to Pioneer Educators at D. U. P. Monument Unveiling Ceremony
. . .Inscribed on the bronze plaque is the following historical note: The territorial legislature, February, 1866, authorized the levy of a tax for the support of schools within each district. Pursuant to this act, Mayor Leonard E Harrington called a meeting and the majority of the citizens of American Fork approved the plan. School opened in November in 1867, with Joseph B Forbes, E A Henriod, Editha Anderson and Elizabeth G Griffin, teachers, . . .
Pleasant Grove Review, 1939-08-04, Page 5
Father Ezra Anderson
Mother Tryphena Morgan
Warren Lafayette Ball 1834-1878 AF
Ezra Anderson (____ - 1813)
Arza Matson Adams (1804 - 1889)*
American Fork Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Wes & Debi Grossnickle
Record added: Oct 11, 2006
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