|Birth: ||Feb. 9, 1845|
|Death: ||Dec. 1, 1930|
David Ainsworth Passes Away at Home Here Monday.
David Ainsworth passed away at his home here early Monday evening, after a short illness, death resulting from the general debility of old age. Had he lived lie he would have been 93 years of age on the 9th of February, 1931.
Mr. Ainsworth had never married. He took care of his aged mother until her death, at the age of 97, a number of years ago. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ada Shaw and a brother, James Ainsworth of Salt Lake City. His brother, who was in an accident some time ago was unable to come come to Richfield, but his sister and her children came as soon as they were informed of his passing. A sister in law and a nephew, Ben Ainsworth, live here,
Mr. Ainsworth came to the United States from England, where he was a sailor. Shortly after he came he spent a year, 1874-1875, working on the St. George temple. After coming coming to Sevier county he was engaged to run a sawmill during the united order. He has been an invalid for fifty years, as a result of having his foot crushed while hauling logs. Since the time he was injured he has been unable to do heavy labor, doing, however a little prospecting.
Funeral services were held in the Third ward chapel Wednesday afternoon. The speakers were G. W. Coons, John Kyhl and N. P. Peterson, who referred to his early activities with appreciation and of the many years that he had been confined to his home as an invalid. The ward choir furnished music. John Ence offered the invocation and the benediction was pronounced by George Sorenson. Interment was in the Glenwood cemetery.. L. P. Hansen dedicated the grave.
Published in the Richfield Reaper 1930-12-04
Thomas Arthur Ainsworth (1814 - 1879)
Mary Jane Precious Ainsworth (1817 - 1910)
David Ainsworth (1845 - 1930)
Emily Ann Ainsworth Clark (1851 - 1904)*
James Ainsworth (1856 - 1931)*
Ada Jane Ainsworth Shaw (1868 - 1942)*
Created by: Kel
Record added: Jan 07, 2010
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