Lucy Simmons Groves Transfer Loose Moose, Thank you for the transfer. I have made several additions to Lucy's bio and included acknowledgement of your contribution. I have also sponsored Lucy's memorial. Del Gran
# 44494857 Ref. memorial #44494857 for Ursella Maria Ballard Stanworth
I am the great granddaughter of Ursella Stanworth and a findagrave contributor. I knew her well and she lived until I was 14 yrs. old. I would like to be in charge of her memorial if you could transfer it to me. I would appreciate this. My Findagrave #48819749 Linda Stanworth Dinkel
Thomas Irving Stanworth#107673 I am a contributor(#48819749). You have my grandfather,Thomas Irving Stanworth(#107673), as one of those you take care of. Would you mind transferring it to me so that I can maintain his site? I would appreciate this.
Clara Marie(Scott) Stanworth #107662 I am a contributor(#48819749). You have my grandmother,Clara Marie (Scott) Stanworth(#107662), as one of those you take care of. Would you mind transferring it to me so that I can maintain her site? I would appreciate this.
Cedar Pete Cedar Pete was actually Captain Pete, a Nuwuvi (Paiute) leader from Cedar City. He died in 1924. He lead a band of people who lived around Cedar City, Utah. This group refused to go to the Reservation in Moapa, Nevada. He lead a non-violent resistance to the Federal Government and was not afraid to express his view on behalf of his people. He resisted the drafting of his young men to serve overseas in World War I. His presence in Grafton may have been due to the fact that the group in Cedar City was experiencing a tuberculosis epidemic in 1924 and had been asked to relocate by the local white residence. He may even have died from the disease. He was preceded as Captain (headman) by Coal Creek John. He took the widow of Coal Creek John as one of his wives, but leaders were not by linage, but picked by the rest of the band. Coal Creek John was the nephew of Wakara, (Ute Chief Walker) Thanks