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Don Carlos Lowe
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Birth: Dec. 3, 1893
Cache County
Utah, USA
Death: Sep. 7, 1974
Soda Springs
Caribou County
Idaho, USA

Information below taken from personal journal of Charlotte Gunnell:
DON CARLOS LOWE, 81, died Saturday Sept. 7, 1974 at Caribou Memorial Hospital in Soda Springs, Idaho, following a stroke. He was born 3 Dec 1893 at Coveville, Cache County, Utah to James G. and Elizabeth Kingsford Lowe. He married Manilla Gunnell 28 June 1921 at Soda Springs, solemnized in Logan Temple in March 1928. She preceded him in death 28 June 1974. Survivors one son Irel, one daughter Mrs. Jack (Beth) Hoopes, three brothers and six sisters, Cyril Lowe, Glen Lowe, Rulon Lowe, Mrs. Lucy Gibson, Mrs. Erma Woodard, Mrs. Marie Carter, Mrs. Jennie Huff, Mrs. Rhea Arbyle & Mrs. Leavitt. Funeral 10 Sep in Soda, burial in Fairview Cemetery in Soda Springs, Idaho.

Added by Merlyn Cook, grand niece of Don Carlos Lowe:

Don Carlos was the 5th of eleven children born to James Galloway and Elizabeth Kingsford Lowe. He had lived in Franklin and Preston, Idaho. He attended Utah State University at Logan, and married Manilla Kerr Gunnell June 28, 1921 in Soda Springs, Idaho.

In 1928 they moved to Turner near Grace, Bannock County, Idaho where he farmed until his retirement in 1967. While there, he was an active member of the LDS Church and was a High Priest in the Grace Ward.

He was a veteran of World War I and was past commander of the Albert Van Fleet post of the Amerian Legion at Grace. He received a gold certificate for 54 years of continuous service to that post.

He served 15 years on the Caribou County Draft Board, and was president of the Grace Rod and Gun Club. He also served as president of the Last Chance Canal Company of Grace. He was always active in his church and community.

Following a stroke, he passed away at the age of 81 Sat. Sept. 7, 1974. Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 10, 1974, in the Soda Springs First and Fourth Ward LDS Chapel with Bishop Roy Corbett officiating. Burial was in the Fairview Cemetery.

Survivors were one son, Irel, of San Jose, California; one daughter Mrs. Jack (Beth) Hoopes of Soda Springs; four grandchildren and two great grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Cyril, of Soda springs, Glenn, of Salt Lake City, Rulon, of Lewiston, Utah, Mrs. Lucy Gibson of Grace, Mrs. Erma Woodard of Franklin, Mrs. Marie Carter of Provo, Mrs. Jennie Huff of Draper, Utah, Mrs. Lillie Leavitt of Mackay and Mrs. Rhea Argyle of San Jose, California.

Family links: 
  James Galloway Lowe (1858 - 1905)
  Elizabeth Kingsford Lowe (1867 - 1937)
  Ada Doney Lowe Hart (1881 - 1971)**
  James LeRoy Doney Lowe (1882 - 1957)**
  Lucy Doney Lowe Gibson (1884 - 1984)**
  Oussien K Lowe (1886 - 1967)*
  Oussie Kingsford Lowe (1886 - 1967)*
  Reuben Doney Lowe (1886 - 1972)**
  Rhea Lowe Orgill (1890 - 1985)**
  Ivy K. Williams (1890 - 1956)*
  Jessie Lowe (1892 - 1892)*
  Lillie Doney Leavitt (1892 - 1987)**
  Don Carlos Lowe (1893 - 1974)
  Scott Doney Lowe (1894 - 1974)**
  Annie Lowe (1895 - 1896)*
  Irel Doney Lowe (1896 - 1927)**
  Archie Lowe (1897 - 1897)*
  Sarah Erma Lowe Woodward (1898 - 1982)*
  Jennie Lowe Huff (1898 - 1991)**
  Nolan Doney Lowe (1900 - 1956)**
  Rulon K. Lowe (1901 - 1992)*
  Marie Lowe Carter (1903 - 1982)*
  Glen Doney Lowe (1904 - 1998)**
  Cyril K Lowe (1905 - 1996)*
*Calculated relationship
Fairview Cemetery
Soda Springs
Caribou County
Idaho, USA
Plot: 5-ZZ/ N 1/2 of 10
Maintained by: Merlyn Cook
Originally Created by: Lisa Olorenshaw
Record added: Apr 28, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26471179
Don Carlos Lowe
Added by: Lisa Olorenshaw
Don Carlos Lowe
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Added by: Lisa Olorenshaw
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Grand Uncle Carlos, I remember you from our Lowe Reunions.
- Merlyn
 Added: Jan. 25, 2012

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