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|Blaine & Elaine Berger||LaVerna Lusty|
I did not duplicate your memorial. Duchesne County Historical Society added the entire cemetery records, which duplicated every one that had already been added. We are simply managing their memorials. You might want to sent a request to Find A Grave and ask them to delete the duplicate. I am unable to delete this memorial because you cannot delete a memorial that has been transferred to you. Almost all of my memorials in this cemetery were transferred to me for management.
Didn't know that we weren't suppose to put in obituaries the obituary I just sent for lydia Ainge Evans is from the Vernal express I don't have the date. sorry Thanks sue
|Susan Robinson||Obituary for Lydia Ainge Evans|
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LYDIA EVANS HELD JULY 19
Jensen- Funeral services for Lydia Ainge Evans,46, of Jensen were held Wednesday, July 19 at 11a.m. in Jensen Ward Chapel. Mrs. Evans was the victim of an accident Saturday night, July 15, when the truck in which she was a passenger went off the Brush Creek Road and rolled down an embankment.
Prayer at the mortuary was offered by Deon Moon. Prelude and Postlude Music for the services was played on the Violin by Margaret Caldwell and the piano by Naomi Dudley.
Opening song was "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," sung by Glade and Elizabeth Sowards accompanied by Mary Schaefermeyer. Invocation was offered by A. Demar Dudley. "In the Garden" was sung by Corwin Snow accompanied by Naomi Dudley and the speaker was Victor Wilkins.
Remarks were made by Bishop Meril Snow and the closing song entitled "Sometime will Understand" was sung by the Jensen Singing Mothers accompanied by Mrs. Caldwell. Earl Gurr offered the benediction.
Burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park Cemetery with dedication of the grave by Monroe Hatch. Pallbearers were LaDell Slaugh, Wilbur Bingham, George Gross, Shirley, George and Grant Ainge. Approximately 425 people attended the services.
KILLED IN TRUCK ACCIDENT SATURDAY July 20, 1961
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Jensen Ward Chapel for Mrs. Lydia Ainge Evans, 46, of Jensen, who was killed Saturday night in a highway accident.
The local woman was killed instantly when the pickup truck in which she was a passenger rolled down an embankment ten mile east of Vernal at about 10 p.m. Her husband, Martin Alexander Evans, 49, was listed in good condition at Uintah County hospital after having his arm pinned by the door of the truck for seven hours until help arrived. His left leg also pinned beneath the cab.
Mr. Evans told investigating officer trooper R.M. Helm of Utah Highway Patrol that he was traveling south on Brush Creek Road when his lights failed. He lost control of his truck and the vehicle went of the road to the left and rolled 1 1/2 times down an embankment.
Mrs. Evans was thrown across her husband and out of the left door. Mr. Evans was thrown part way out of the truck before being pinned in the wreckage. A wrecker was required to pull the truck from him. About 5 A.M. Sunday, 7 hours after the accident, a niece of the victims Juanita Ainge passed the scene on her way home from work and noticed the wreckage she was not aware that her aunt and uncle were involved until she had called the highway patrol and returned to the scene.
Mr. Evans suffered a crushing laceration of his left arm and contusions and bruises. He told Trooper Helm that he had vainly shouted at two motorists who passed during his ordeal near the lonely dirt road between Vernal and Brush Creek.
Mrs. Lydia Ainge Evans was born in Jensen 11 Feb 1915 the daughter of thomas and Amelia Jane Yeager Ainge. She married Martin Evans 15 Jan 1931 at Vernal. Mrs. Evans is survived by her husband, her mother of Jensen, eight sons and daughters. Edward, Vernal; James, Ferrington and Asa of Jensen; Miss Lucretia Evans, Jensen; Mrs. Leon (Christella) Parrish, Rangely Colo.; Mrs. David (Lawella) Karren Artesia, Colo; Mrs. Sheldon (Nila) Clark, Vernal. Four brothers and three sisters, Leaone Ainge, Jensen; Art Ainge, Colo.; Howard Ainge, Jensen and Horace Ainge, Rialto, California; Lula Chew, Vernal; Mrs. Thebbie Moon, Jensen; and Amy Sims Vernal. Burial was in the Vernal Memorial Park Cemetery.
|Susan Robinson||Floyd Theodore Evans|
Just noticed you have Lydia Ainge Evans As his wife she is actually Martin Alexander Evans Wife .
Floyd was Married to Sylvia Rock , and Donna Hullinger. just thought you might want to Know this. Thanks Sue Robinson
|Cracraft Proud||Lydia Matheson|
Lydia has been linked to her parents. Thanks!
|LaRee White Engel||Seymore|
All done for you!!!
|Pioneer Stock||RE: Would like to manage my family.|
Fred, I'm so sorry that I have been unresponsive to your requests on Find A Grave. I documented the Upalco cemetery 8 or 9 years ago with my grandfather and my mother. At the time I uploaded the info, I was a BYU student. Since then, I have stopped using and disabled the e-mail address that I registered with.
I just got my info updated and I should properly receive notifications now.
I believe that the last transfer you were waiting for has been completed.
Sorry again. Please let me know if I can help in any other way.
|Rhonda||findagrave Barbara Gilbert|
Thank you Fred so much for the parent links. I have added them. I would be happy to transfer her to you and let you maintain the memorial if you want. let me know if you would like that.
Have a nice day,
Added by Rhonda on Feb 10, 2011 6:22 PM
I don't have an email at byu.edu. I am not sure were you got that email. If you make the request using findagraves "request a correction" feature on the edit tab on the page of the person you want transfered, findagrave will automatically send me the information.
Added by J on Dec 10, 2010 7:21 PM
|J||RE: email problem|
If you want I would transfer the memorials for your family in Upalco cemetery to you so that you could make any changes or additions you want. For me the easiest way for you to request a transfer is for you to go to the pages for your family on findagrave and ask for the memorials to be transferred by requesting a correction (using the edit tab); findagrave will automatically send me all the information I need to make the transfers.
Added by J on Dec 09, 2010 9:56 AM
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