|Birth: ||Jul. 22, 1858, Denmark|
|Death: ||Mar. 4, 1933|
MRS. O. D. ALLEN SUCCUMBS WITHIN ONE DAY AFTER HAVING BEEN STRICKEN ON FRIDAY
MAESER (Special)--Impressive funeral services were held in the ward chapel Monday at 11:00 a.m. for Mrs. Annie C. Allen, wife of O. D. Allen, who passed away Saturday morning at 3:15 following a paralytic stroke on Friday morning. The chapel was filled with sorrowing relatives and friends. Potted plants furnished by Mrs. Sarah Rudge were used in decoration. The services were conducted by Bishop Lester Bingham.
A double mixed quartet sang, "Sister, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely." Invocation by Ernest Eaton. Vocal solo, "My Faith in Thee," Mrs. Mae Jorgensen.
William H. Siddoway, a life-long friend, told of her sterling qualities, character and love for her husband and children. By request of Mr. Allen, Naomi Allen, a granddaughter sang "When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver." David Allen, a brother of Mr. Allen spoke of her good traits as a wife and mother.
"A Perfect Day," was sung by Mrs. Jorgensen. H. Walter Woolley was the last speaker. "Resting Now From Care and Sorrow," was sung by the quartet, with benediction by Thomas Bingham.
A long cortege followed the remains to the Maeser cemetery. The grave was dedicated by W. E. Bodily.
Annie C. Bingrup was born in Denmark July 22, 1858 and was the daughter of C. C. Bindrup and Margenes Peterson. She emigrated to Utah in 1884 with her parents. They made their home in Hyrum, Hyrum County.
She was married to O. D. Allen February 1, 1878, in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City, by Daniel H. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Allen made their home in Huntsville, later moving to Moab where Mr. Allen served as a missionary.
On May 6, 1893, the family moved to the Ashley Valley, locating in what is now known as Maeser and have resided here since. Mrs. Allen served as Relief Society coubselor and teacher for many years. She worked willingly in all she was asked to do. She was a lover of home, making life pleasant and happy for all with whom she came in contact.
Mrs. Allen suffered a nasal hemorrhage Friday February 24th and was stricken with paralysis March 3. She pased away peacefully.
She is survived by her husband and the following children: Orin D., Vernal; Mrs. Martha Price, Boneta; Mrs. Marinda Hall, Mrs. Emma Bennion and Mrs. Mary Hacking, Vernal; and Ezra Allen, Ogden; two brothers, Christian Jr. and Naphi Bindrup, Logan and two sisters, Mrs. George P. Ward, Idaho Falls; Miss Martha Bindrup, Logan. Also forty-four grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchildren. A daughter, Mrs. Annie Oaks, preceded her in death thirteen years ago.
Those present from outside points were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Price and daughter, May of Boneta; Ezra Allen, Ogden and David Allen, Provo. All the children attended the services. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Witbeck Funeral Home.
-Vernal Express, March 9, 1933, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
Christian C. Bindrup (1826 - 1909)
Martina Sorensdr Bindrup (1830 - 1900)
Orin Daniel Allen (1854 - 1937)
Orin Daniel Allen (1878 - 1941)*
Annie Christina Allen Oaks (1880 - 1919)*
Marinda Allen Hall (1885 - 1973)*
Emma Christine Allen Bennion (1888 - 1949)*
Archie Francis Allen (1890 - 1967)*
Joseph Marion Allen (1895 - 1982)*
Mary Isabell Allen Hacking (1902 - 1985)*
Mary C. Christensen Bindrup Ward (1855 - 1935)*
Annie Christina Bindrup Allen (1858 - 1933)
Martha B Bindrup (1862 - 1864)*
Christian Bindrup (1864 - 1937)*
Joseph Bindrup (1867 - 1913)*
Martha Bindrup (1870 - 1938)*
Nephi Christensen Bindrup (1871 - 1943)*
Soren Bindrup (1874 - 1874)*
Maeser Fairview Cemetery
Created by: Alan L. York
Record added: Mar 02, 2009
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