|Birth: ||Dec. 21, 1876|
Box Elder County
|Death: ||Feb. 19, 1952|
son of Charlotte A. Dunn & David E. Lindsay, married Sarah Bradshaw
David D. Lindsay Byron Pioneer Dies
David D. Lindsay, long-time settler of the Shoshone valley, coming to Byron from Bear Lake county, Idaho, in June, 1900, passed from this life Tuesday, February 19, in his Powell home at the age of 75 years. He suffered from the past ten years with a heart ailment and hardening of the arteries.
His body was taken to Lovell and from there to Byron where the remains laid in state at the home of Mrs. Louis Wolz, from 12 to 1:30. The funeral was heald Friday at 2 o'clock at the Byron LDS chapel. Lindsay was a life member of the LDS Church.
David Lindsay is survived by his widow, three sons and four daughters, namely, DeLyle Lindsay, a farmer of Byron; a daughter , Mrs. George Jensen of Cowley; a son, David W., of Provo, Utah, serving in the navy as a recruiting officer; a daughter, Mrs. Herman Lynn of Miles City, Mont.; a son, Wilson Lindsay, a mechanic of Powell and daughter, Mrs. George Bloomfield who lives at Powell, a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Schnable, whose husband is stationed with the navy at Norfolk, Va. There are 19 grandchildren.
He has one living brother, John Lindsay of Reveria, Calif. There are four sisters, namely, Mrs. Charles Hauck of Montpelier, Idaho; Mrs. John Robison of Vaughn, Mont. Mrs. Louis Wolz of Byron and Mrs. Eldon Walker of Powell.
Mr. Lindsay resided at Byron for many years, where the family of seven children, all now living, grew to manhoood and womanhood. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay moved from Byron to Powell seven years ago to reside in a cottage at 334 North Douglas St.
Bishop Ivan Lynn of Powell took charge of the funeral services at Byron on Friday. Pallbearers were old-times Byron neighbors, namely, Fritz Winzenried, Ellis Powleson, Frank Jones, Roy Willey, George Abraham and Eugene Jones. Burial was in the Byron cemetery.
David Lindsay and Sharah Bradshaw were married in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple on October 10, 1906. Mrs. Lindsay had come with her parents to the Byron locality in the spring of 1901. Mr. Lindsay's residence in the valley dates back for 52 years.
Out of town people attending, the services were Mrs. Emma Tvedtness and Glen of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Caroline Asay and Sophia of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wolz, Mr. and Mr. Russell Wolz, Mr. and Mrs. Daivd Lindsay of Provo, Utah, David Henderson, Reonous and Helen, DeVerl Asay of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. John Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Robison of Vaughn, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Carroll of Thermopolis. Also attending were friends and neighbors from Powell, Lovell, Cowley and Garland.
David Ephraim Lindsay (1845 - 1907)
Charlotte Ann Dunn Lindsay (1856 - 1948)
Sarah Bradshaw Lindsay (1887 - 1969)
De Lyle B Lindsay (1907 - 1986)*
Lamar Lindsay Jensen (1909 - 1975)*
David William Lindsay (1913 - 1994)*
Theda Lindsay Lynn (1914 - 1980)*
Wilson Lindsay (1918 - 2003)*
Julia Ann Lindsay Bloomfield (1921 - 2002)*
Barbara Lindsay Schnabel (1922 - 1993)*
David Dunn Lindsay (1876 - 1952)
Priscilla Jane Lindsay Hauck (1880 - 1974)*
Rachel Permilla Lindsay Robison (1882 - 1983)*
John Daniel Lindsay (1885 - 1962)*
Fannie Lindsay Wolz (1887 - 1982)*
Charlotte Lindsay Walker (1889 - 1971)*
Catherine Lindsay Oviatt (1892 - 1918)*
Charles Lindsay (1895 - 1931)*
LaVon Lindsay Walker (1899 - 1924)*
Big Horn County
Plot: Block C Lot 2 Grave 13
Maintained by: SA Baxter
Originally Created by: Cindy C.
Record added: Nov 22, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31626637