|Wes & Debi Grossnickle (#46836898)|
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|Aunty Bev||Francis Emeline Dover Allred|
It appears that her first name is actually spelled Frances on the headstone, from your photo. Can you correct your entry?
Hi Debbie: Thanks for the heads up on my memorial for Maryette Rice Harris Standley - even though mine was created first, I realize now that her last legal name was that of her second husband - sure makes it difficult for others when they go back to be buried by the first husband and their stone uses the 1st married name; but in this case, it is nice to have the stone & death certificate for documentation.
I have deleted mine, but hope the other contributor will add her children by Harris - she is in my extended Harris family, but did not know enough about a second marriage...thanks again. ~ Shirleen
|Shellie Ramsay||RE: Richard Long|
Thank you Debi,
I'm new to this. lol I just saw the spot to add a person. I will do that. And sure! I'll take over the grave. Thank you for your help.
|LR Jolley||Gheen sisters memorials|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the memorials. Thanks for all you have done! You are awesome! LR Jolley
|Karen Williams Thorne from Orem Utah||RE: Thank you|
|Patti Bagley||Clara Stowell|
Thank you so much for the photo. Even though her grave is not marked there..it helps to know the area. We are grateful.
|mike capistran||Max Lower|
Thank you for the nice clear photo of the marker for Max
|Karen Williams Thorne from Orem Utah||Thank you|
We appreciate so much that you found where little Ruby is buried and that she doesn't have a headstone. We will work on that as a family. Thank you for your time and efforts. God bless!
|Karen Rogers||Karen Hansen|
Were you ever able to go to the Dingle Cemetery and get a picture of my grandmother's grave? If you did, thanks. Karen
|Destiny Hogue||Emily Stephens Merrill Hammond Richardson|
LOGAN--Emily Hammond Richardson, beloved mother, grandmother, sister and friend passed away peacefully at her daughter's home surrounded by loving family after a courageous battle with cancer in 1999.
Emily was born October 28, 1917, in Provo, Utah, daughter of Ambrose Pond Merrill and Lydia Stephens Merrill. She married Dr. Datus Miller Hammond on December 23, 1937 in the Salt Lake Temple. He died March 17, 1974. In April 1976, Mrs. Hammond married Stanley S. Richardson. He passed away October 27, 1995.She was active in the LDS Church serving as organist, pianist and teacher in primary and Relief Society. She worked in the Logan Temple. Emily served as state president of Utah Federation of Women's Clubs, and as the state president of National League of American Pen Women. She worked on the USU Friendship Committee for 30 years. She has served as President of USU Faculty Women's Club, Ideal Literary Club and Belletrist Literary Club.
In 1982 the Salt Lake Tribune selected Mrs. Richardson as state "Club Woman of the Year". The USU Women's Center presented an award to her for outstanding lifetime achievement in 1996.
Mrs. Richardson is survived by one sister, Marjorie McDaniel, Wascom, TX; and by her five daughters, Marie Vaughan, Logan; Louise (Fred) Bassett, Jakarta, Indonesia; Betty Hammond, Logan; Marilyn Hammond, Logan, Carol (Mike) Bailey, Mendon; and three stepchildren, Gary (Fran) Richardson, Logan; Kent (JoAnn) Richardson, Ogden; and Sharon Wilkinson, Tiburon, CA. She has 15 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Emily felt she truly had a wonderful life filled with marvelous opportunities. She was cheerful, happy and grateful for her loving family and friends until the day she died. She will be dearly missed.
Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, March 18, 1999 at 12 non at the Logan First Ward Chapel on First South and Second West. The viewing will be held on Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Allen-Hall mortuary, 34 E. Center, in Logan. The viewing on Thursday morning will be held at the Logan First Ward Church from 10:30 a.m. until time of service. Arrangements are under the direction of Petersen Funeral Chapel, Brigham City.
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