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Utahna Bagley Anderson
Birth: Apr. 11, 1914
Piute County
Utah, USA
Death: Dec. 10, 1945
Sevier County
Utah, USA

1945 Utah Death Certificate

Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in the Koosharem ward hall for Utahna B. Anderson, who died Monday, December 10, at the Salina hospital of complications following childbirth.

Lynn Bagley of the Koosharem Ward Bishopric conducted the following services.

Prelude, Judd Haycock of Circleville, with violin, accompanied by Mrs. Martha Simpkins of Circleville; speakers were Voyle Bagley of Aurora, Mrs. Heber Anderson of Loa, Andrew Anderson of Loa; E.C. Bagley, and short remarks by Lynn Bagley. Sentiments written by Mrs. Reed Payne of Glenwood were read by Mrs. Lynn Bagley. Musical numbers were by the ward choir with Mrs. Roland Anderson as pianist; song, Sharlene and Leda Jensen of Richfield; solo, Talmage DeLange of Richfield; trombone solo, Ellis Bagley, accompanied by Mrs. Anderson; violin solo, Judd Haycock; solo, Joan Swain of Monroe accompanied by Mrs. Morris Meyer. The prayers were by Bishop Ward Savage of Antimony, Lewis Hatch and Herman Black.

Pallbearers were Heber Anderson, Loa; Roland, Legrand and Robert Anderson, Milton Brindley and LaRue Brown.

The large group at the services and the many floral tributes were significant of the love and esteem which she held in the community. It was the largest funeral ever held in Koosharem with relatives and friends coming from all of the southern Utah counties.

Mrs. Anderson was born in Greenwich, April 11, 1914, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrenius Bagley of Greenwich. She graduated from the Richfield high school in 1932. She married Milo G. Anderson in the Manti temple February 6, 1933. She took an active part in the LDS church work serving as teacher in the primary and Sunday school and has done considerable work in genealogy. She has also assisted in singing with her lovely contralto voice.

Surviving besides her parents are four sons, Ramon, B. Terry, Van, Lowell, and an infant son; a brother, Lazone Bagley of Loa; two sisters, Mrs. Victor (Almeda) Magleby and Mrs. Ronald (Melba) Jensen of Greenwich and a grandfather, Howard Brindley of Kingston.

Funeral and burial was 14 Dec 1945.

Published in the Richfield Reaper, December 20, 1945

Married Milo Grant Anderson (Son of Orson Hyde and Hannah Regina Torgersen Anderson) on February 6, 1933 in Richfield Utah. Sealed in the Manti Temple Jan 30, 1934.

Children:Ramon B, Orson Lowell, Terry Van, and Max Grant. 
Family links: 
  Cyrenius Bagley (1889 - 1978)
  Lucille Brindley Bagley (1890 - 1975)
  Milo Grant Anderson (1910 - 1982)*
  Orson Lowell Anderson (1940 - 2015)*
  Almeda Bagley Magleby (1910 - 2003)*
  Cyrenius LaZone Bagley (1913 - 1969)*
  Utahna Bagley Anderson (1914 - 1945)
  Melba Lucille Bagley Jensen (1918 - 1987)*
*Calculated relationship
Koosharem Cemetery
Sevier County
Utah, USA
Plot: 4-C-44
Maintained by: Max Grant Anderson
Originally Created by: Kel
Record added: Sep 21, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29974495
Utahna <i>Bagley</i> Anderson
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Utahna <i>Bagley</i> Anderson
Added by: Max Grant Anderson
Utahna <i>Bagley</i> Anderson
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- Angel of Flowers
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- Never Forgotten
 Added: Mar. 22, 2014
I'm sure you're watching over Max Grant. Someday you will get to meet again. Forever Rest In Peace
- Nancy K (Wilcock) Atwood
 Added: Oct. 30, 2013
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