|Birth: ||Aug. 30, 1851|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
|Death: ||Dec. 16, 1920|
SOURCE: Davis County Clipper, Dec 24, 1920:
BOUNTIFUL RESIDENT DIES AT BURLEY, IDA.
Mrs. Louisa Coltrin of West Bountiful passed away Thursday night of last week very suddenly and unexpectedly at the home of her son, Ira, in Burley. She had suffered for years with asthma, but of late was feeling better than for a long time. She felt a little indisposed Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday she remained in bed, not because she felt very ill but her physician had advised her to do so when attacks came on and latter Thursday night she passed away. None of the members of the family had any idea that the end was so near.
The deceased was an old resident of Bountiful, having spent practically all her life here, and was the widow of the late Ether Coltrin. Her husband was a member of the first city council of Bountiful City, and had served half of his term when he met with an accident by being kicked by a horse on the leg, which resulted in his death. The Coltrins were very popular people in early times and, as the writer remembers it, were connected with the discovery of gold in California. Mr. Coltrin died in October, 1892.
Mrs. Coltrin was born in Salt Lake City five years after the pioneers came to Utah; namely, August 3, 1852.
She is survived by two brothers William and John Winegar, and the following children: Harvey and Ira Coltrin of Burley and Mrs. Lois Argyle and Mrs. Orla Platt of Woods Cross. She also has twenty-eight grandchildren. She buried two sons, Graham and Ste[p]hen, who were drowned in the Snake river near St. Anthonh Ida., while in bathing. Her people lived on Egin Bench near St. Anthony Ida.
Funeral services were held in the West Bountiful meeting house, Tuesday afternoon. President Heber J. Grant was the principal speaker.
Stephen Samuel Winegar (1830 - 1903)
Lois Smith Winegar (1833 - 1916)
Ether Joseph Coltrin (1845 - 1892)
Harvey Ether Coltrin (1874 - 1966)*
Lois Helen Coltrin Argyle (1877 - 1947)*
Lavinna Coltrin (1879 - 1879)*
Graham Henry Coltrin (1881 - 1895)*
Stephen Samuel Coltrin (1883 - 1895)*
Orla Louisa Coltrin Hillhouse (1887 - 1967)*
Ira Hugh Coltrin (1890 - 1961)*
Louisa Winegar Coltrin (1851 - 1920)
George Stephen Winegar (1854 - 1907)*
John Samuel Winegar (1856 - 1927)*
Gideon Winegar (1857 - 1918)*
Leonard Wesley Winegar (1861 - 1888)*
Bountiful Memorial Park
Plot: Plat A - Block 5 - Lot 2 - Space 8
Maintained by: Cody Bain
Originally Created by: Annette
Record added: Oct 08, 2008
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