|Birth: ||May 1, 1846|
|Death: ||Mar. 24, 1907|
Son of Israel and Elizabeth Haven Barlow.
Husband of Hannah Wintle Barlow.
A GREAT SABBATH
I.H. Barlow died from Appendicitis
at his home, Sunday.
Sunday School Superintendent Ianthius H. Barlow, Sr., who was critically ill with appendicitis, last week, passed away at his home in West Bountiful, at 5:30 p. m. Sunday Mar. 24th. He was the father of Joseph S. Barlow, editor of the Murray Eagle.
Ianthius H. Barlow was the son of Israel and Elizabeth Haven Barlow and was born May 1, 1846, in Nauvoo, Hancock Co. Illinois.
When but six months old, he started the long march for Utah in the arms of his mother arriving in Salt Lake the fall of 1848. The next year he was brought to Bountiful (then Stoker ward) where he lived the remainder of his life.
CALLED TO FIGHT INDIANS
In the summer of 1866, he received a call to go down into Sanpete Co. with twenty-two other young men to protect the residents of that county from the Indians who were on the war-path.
He returned the following spring and was honorably discharged from duty.
FATHER OF TEN CHILDREN
In Dec., 1867, he married Hannah Wintle, daughter of George and Elizabeth Wintle. From this union, came ten children, five boys and five girls.
GREAT SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER
In 1867 he entered the East Bountiful Sunday school as a teacher and from that day until his death, he was a faithful worker in the Sunday school cause. He served in the East and West wards until the name of Brother Ianthius Barlow is on the tongue of every person, both old and young, who has ever attended Sunday school in these wards.
In 1880, he was appointed assistant superintendent in the East Bountiful Sunday school which position he held until Dec. 22, 1895, when he moved to West Bountiful and was appointed Sunday School Superintendent of that ward.
He also held the position of president of the East Bountiful Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association for several years.
FILLED A MISSION
Elder Barlow filled a two year's mission to the southern states laboring most of the time in the state of Mississippi, returning home in 1893.
A DEVOTED SAINT
Brother Barlow was a true and devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and as such spent his entire life in the service of the Lord for the advancement of truth in the land.
Ever true and devoted to his friends, for enemies he had none he was always ready and willing to respond to a call to comfort the weak and bless the sick and countless are the numbers who have received a blessing at his hands.
He goes at the ago of sixty-one
to his well earned rest, a true friend, devoted father and a Latter-day Saint, and leaves innumerable friends to mourn his untimely loss.
A wife and eight children survive him. They are Ianthius H. and Jesse H. barlow of Syracuse, Oscar I. Barlow of Bancroft, Idaho, Joseph S. Barlow of Murray and Altheron, Mrs. Hannah E. Corbridge of Auburn, Wyoming; Mrs. Henry Rose of Farmington and Miss Georgenia Barlow of Bountiful. Two children preceded him to the great beyond.
Funeral services were held in the West Ward Meeting house Wednesday at 2 p. m. The speakers were: Bishop Muir, Benjamin Ashby, Edwin Pace, James Kippen, Thomas Briggs, Pres. Grant and Wallace Willey.
The funeral was well attended. Thirty-six vehicles followed the remains to the cemetery.
(Davis County Clipper 4-5-1907)
Israel Barlow (1806 - 1883)
Elizabeth Haven Barlow (1811 - 1892)
Hannah Wintle Barlow (1846 - 1917)*
Ianthus Haven Barlow (1868 - 1956)*
Oscar Israel Barlow (1872 - 1961)*
Minnie Rette Barlow (1879 - 1880)*
Mary May Barlow (1891 - 1891)*
James Nathaniel Barlow (1841 - 1841)*
Israel Barlow (1842 - 1923)*
Pamelia Elizabeth Barlow Thompson (1844 - 1925)*
Ianthius Haven Barlow (1846 - 1907)
John Haven Barlow (1848 - 1922)*
Mary Antoinette Barlow Willey (1850 - 1936)*
Wilford Elbert Barlow (1854 - 1926)*
Willard Albert Barlow (1854 - 1854)*
Willard Albert Barlow (1854 - 1854)*
Truman Heap Barlow (1857 - 1913)**
Sarah Isabel Barlow Call (1859 - 1941)**
Annis Janette Barlow Call (1860 - 1939)**
Emma Jane Barlow Call (1862 - 1929)**
Hyrum Heap Barlow (1864 - 1895)**
Granville Barlow (1867 - 1955)**
Nathan Barlow (1869 - 1946)**
Bountiful Memorial Park
Created by: Jason Hatch
Record added: Jun 02, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19678587
Added: Jun. 3, 2007