|Birth: ||Aug. 12, 1878|
Box Elder County
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 1930|
JOHN A. HANSEN DIES IN LOGAN
Body Will Be Brought To Brigham City For Services
LOGAN, Feb. 10.--Funeral services for John Alvin Hansen, 52, of Cornish, who died here Sunday of a heart attack, will be held in Brigham City at 11 a. m. Thursday and burial will be made in Salt Lake.
Mr. Hansen was born in Brigham City on August 12, 1878, and lived there until 1922, when he moved to Cornish. He was a son of James and Christina Peterson Hansen of Brigham City, both of whom are dead. In 1922 he married Ruby Richards of Salt Lake, who survives him. No children survive.
He was employed since 1914 as a field man by the Amalgamated Sugar company. He was active in church work and at the time of his death was a member of the Cornish ward bishopric.
He is survived by six brothers and sisters: Amor [sic] E. of Salt Lake, Amos L. of Yakima, Wash., Junius of Bountiful, Isaac M. of Brigham City, Mrs. Alfreda H. Rampton of Bountiful and Mrs. Martha H. Cornia of Ogden.
The Ogden Standard Examiner, Monday Evening, February 10, 1930, p2, c3.
Hansen Services Thursday Morning
BRIGHAM CITY, Feb. 11. Funeral services for John Alvin Hansen will be held in the Fourth ward chapel here on February 13, at 11 a. m. The body may be viewed at the chapel between 10 and 11 a. m. The body will be taken to Salt Lake for interment.
Mr. Hansen died in Logan on Sunday of heart trouble. He was born on August 12, 1878, in Brigham City, a son of James and Christina Peterson Hansen. He married Miss Ruby Richards, daughter of Apostle George F. Richards on June 22, 1922. Since that time he had made his home in Cornish, where he was field superintendent for the Amalgamated Sugar company, by whom he had been employed since 1914. He was an active worker in the L. D. S. church, being the first counselor to Bishop Joseph Christopherson of the Cornish ward. He was rencently transferred by the sugar company to Logan.
Surviving besides his widow are the following brothers and sisters; Isaac M. Hansen, Mrs. Minnie J. Lund, Miss Eliza Hansen, Brigham City; Mrs. Martha Cornia, Mrs. Amelia Flygare, David and Eli Hansen of Ogden; June Hansen, Mrs. Freda Rampton of Bountiful; Amor [sic] E. Hansen, Mrs. Lona Peterson, Miss Hilda Hansen, Salt Lake; George Hansen of Roy; Amos L. Hansen, Mrs. Lillie Hanson; Mrs. Alice Richards of Washington; Hyrum Hansen of Malad; Norman Hansen of Tetonia; William Hansen, Rexburg, Idaho; Joseph W. Hansen of Battle Mountain, Nev.; Mrs. Retta Anderson of Arbon, Idaho.
The Ogden Standard Examiner, Tuesday Evening, February 11, 1930, p14, col 5-6.
James Jensen Hanson (1827 - 1896)
Christena Rasmussen Peterson Hansen (1849 - 1918)
Ruby Richards Brown (1892 - 1951)*
Hans Christian Hansen (1851 - 1921)**
Erastus Peter Hansen (1855 - 1912)**
Anna Katherine Hansen Faulkner (1857 - 1894)**
Minnie Josephene Hansen Lund (1860 - 1933)**
James Lorenzo Hansen (1865 - 1900)**
Martha Lenora Hansen Jensen (1869 - 1890)**
John Alvin Hansen (1878 - 1930)
Hans Norman Hansen (1879 - 1945)**
Amos L Hanson (1881 - 1938)*
Amer Eugene Hansen (1881 - 1941)*
Ellen Armanda Hanson (1882 - 1882)**
Martha Christena Hansen Cornia (1883 - 1956)*
Junius Hanson (1886 - 1948)*
Ruby T. Hanson (1887 - 1894)**
Isaac Martel Hansen (1888 - 1962)*
Alfreda Hansen Rampton (1891 - 1965)*
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Created by: Geoffrey Eargle
Record added: Oct 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78976825