HEBER MATRON DIES AT 84 AFTER ILLNESS (Tribune Special)
HEBER, March 3--Mrs. Hannah Bagley Daybell, 84, resident of Wasatch County since she was 18, died Wednesday at 5:15 a.m. at her home after an illness of three months.
Born at Ruchen, Norway, October 4, 1863, a daughter of Lars and Anne Helene Petterson Jensen, she came to Utah when she was 12 years old, living at Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, until her marriage to Joseph Bagley about 1881. After his death in 1897, she was married to a Mr. Paramore, who died about 1915. She married to William Daybell in 1929. He died in November, 1946.
FAITHFUL LDS WORKER She was a lifelong worker in the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and was for many years in charge of making burial clothes in Charleston LDS Ward.
Surviving are a son and five daughters: Mrs. Hilda Loader and David Bagley, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Jennie Parker, Orland, California; Mrs. Alice Anderson, Heber; Mrs. Vida Curry, Hanna, Duchesne County and Mrs. Stella Kohler, Midway, Wasatch County; eight stepchildren; Mrs. Ann Edwards, Orland, California; J. Frank and Warren Daybell and Mrs. Mary Moulton, Salt Lake City; Ernest Daybell, Garfield; Mrs. Myrtle Boren, Pleasant Grove and Mrs. Violet Simmons and Mrs. Lula Carlile, Heber; also 35 grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
RITES SET FRIDAY Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2 p.m. in the Wasatch LDS Stake Tabernacle at Heber by I. Sander, bishop of Heber Third Ward. Burial will be in the Charleston Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Olpin Mortuary Thursday and at the family residence, 123 S. 1st East, Thursday evening and Friday until time of funeral.
-Salt Lake Tribune, March 4, 1948, transcribed by Rhonda Holton ----------- Hannah Jensen (Daybell) was born to Ann Helene Pederson and Lars Jensen in Royken, Buskerud, Norway.
She married Joseph Smith Bagley in 1882.
She married William Daybell when they were older on April 21, 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. William was a widow of a few months. His first wife died February 14, 1920.
---------------------- U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about Hannah Jensen: