|Birth: ||Mar. 17, 1822|
|Death: ||Sep. 1, 1905|
Hannah Last Cornaby was once Utah's poet laureate. She was famous for her poetry and writing and wrote the Mormon song, Who's On the Lord's Side?
Spanish Fork Press
September 7, 1905
Mrs. Hannah Cornaby, who died at her home on Friday morning, Sept. 1st, at 12:20 was buried from the Central Meeting house on Sunday, Sept. 3rd. Mrs. Cornaby was born March 17, 1822, in Suffolt, England. The funeral was largely attended, the house being packed to its utmost capacity. The speakers were Patriarchs C. D. Evens, Ggeo. W. Wilkens, Geo. D. Nell and John Moore, Bishop Argyle presiding.
The following beautiful lines were composed by Mrs. Cornaby about ten days before her death:
And when you hear my heart strings break, How sweet my moments roll, immortal paleness on my cheek, but glory in my soul.
William Last (1796 - 1869)
Hannah Hollingsworth Last (1800 - 1868)
Samuel Cornaby (1828 - 1913)
Edith Hannah Cornaby Powell (1852 - 1913)*
Samuel Last Cornaby (1854 - 1933)*
Henry Last Cornaby (1856 - 1857)*
Walter Last Cornaby (1859 - 1859)*
Mary Ann Amelia Last Cornaby (1860 - 1876)*
Grace Emily Lydia Last Cornaby (1863 - 1864)*
Hannah Last Cornaby (1822 - 1905)
Benjamin Last (1823 - 1823)*
Eliza Last (1823 - 1823)*
Lydia Last (1826 - 1836)*
Amelia Last Farnsworth (1828 - 1890)*
Mary Ann Last Woods (1834 - 1910)*
Spanish Fork City Cemetery
Plot: 01.28 .05
Maintained by: Diane Finlinson Miller
Originally Created by: John Warnke (inactive)
Record added: Oct 17, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12083403
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