|Birth: ||Jan. 3, 1842|
|Death: ||Nov. 11, 1906|
View: Death Certificate
Christena married Harvey Coe Hullinger Nov. 26th 1869. She have five children, only two lived: Rhoda Annie and Sarah.
Another of the old time residents both of the state and of the county has passed over the divide to the great
beyond, this time it is Christena Hullinger, the beloved wife of Dr Harvey Coe Hullinger who has departed this life.
She was in life a devoted wife and affectionate mother, a lover of home a splendid neighbor and a consent church member. All who knew her entertained the highest regard for her.
She was one of the most unassuming persons in the world, yet kind and obliging to everyone. Her death is naturally
a severe blow to her aged husband as well as to her two daughters to whom she has devoted her life particularly
during the last few years.
The funeral was held at the Vernal Ward house Wednesday afternoon under, the auspices of the Vernal Ward.
A very large number of people from all parts of the valley
were in attendance showing the high esteem in which deceased was held.
Elders Nelson Merkley, S. R.Bennion and President Harden Bennion offered words of consolation and comfort to the berteaved relatives the cortege which followed the remains to their last resting place was a very large one. Deceased was born in Denmmark, January 1842 and was left an orphan
as her parents died while she was still in her early childhood.
During the year 1861 she became a convert to the doctrines of the Latter Day Saints, and in 1864 she emigrated
to Utah crossing the plains with an ox train but walking most of the distance from winter Quarters near Florence Nebraska to Salt Lake Valley.
Her marriage to Dr. H.C. Hullinger occurred on November 1869 and the result of the union was five children.
Three of whom, two girls and a boy are dead. Two daughters Mrs Rhoda Ann Lee,and Miss Sarah Hullinger survive her.
The family resided at Big Cottonwood Salt Lake County until 1883 when they moved to this valley making the deceased one of the early settlers of the county.
She has done her part in building up a civilized community in
this valley and her memory will ever be revered by all who have known her. Because of her unselfish efforts to build
up a home in the wilderness.
Pubilished in the Vernal Express 1096-11-17
Harvey Coe Hullinger (1824 - 1926)
Rhoda Ann Hullinger Lee (1879 - 1959)*
Sarah Hullinger Perry (1884 - 1980)*
Vernal Memorial Park
Created by: Peggy (Van) Holt
Record added: Oct 02, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15974663