|Birth: ||Sep. 22, 1873|
|Death: ||Dec. 9, 1942|
John Justet herded sheep for the Hatch Brothers of Panguitch. When off duty, he spent much of his time in Hatch with his father and sisters, Kate and Dora.
John did much whittling. He believed in the old adage, "If you are going to whittle, don't just whittle, whittle something!" He made shovel and fork handles and windup tops from hardwood. He gave the tops to boys for a pegging game to see whose top endured the most. He could carve continuous links of chain from a single piece of wood.
Having a lovely singing voice and accompanying himself on the banjo or mandolin, John contributed often to public programs.
John was born September 22, 1873, in Panguitch, Utah. He died December 9, 1942, while riding on a school bus enroute from Panguitch to Hatch.
John never married.
Daniel Justet (1843 - 1925)
Nellie Waddie Leithead Justet (1844 - 1892)
Deborah Justet Ellison (1870 - 1952)*
John Daniel Justet (1873 - 1942)
Nellie Jane Justet (1880 - 1881)*
Effie Susanah Justet Sandin (1882 - 1970)*
Katherine Justet Workman (1884 - 1980)*
David Albert Justet (1887 - 1887)*
Hatch City Cemetery
Plot: 74 E1/2
Created by: Pat Workman-Warren
Record added: Apr 10, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35736227