|Birth: ||May 6, 1826|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec. 21, 1915|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
5ERVICE TODAY FOR MRS. JULIA A. ADAMS
Funeral services for Julia Ann Adams, 90 years of age, who died Tuesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arsenath Annie Adams Kiskadden, will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of S. D. Evans. Interment will be in the city cemetery.
Tho Rev. Dr. Charles Crouch of Missoula Montana, a son-in-law of Mrs. Adams, will conduct the services. Music will be furnlshed by a quartette composed of George D. Pyper, H. Q. Whitney, John D. Spencer and Horace S. Ensign with
Professor Thomas Giles, accompanist.
Mrs. Kiskadden yesterday received a message from her daughter, Maud Adams reading "Love to everybody. Wish very much I could be with vou." It is believed that the message announcng her grandmother's death was withheld from Miss Adams by her managers untll after Wednesday's matinee. Miss Adams is now opening her season in New York.
-Salt Lake Tribune, Dec. 24, 1914, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
GRANDMOTHER OF MAUDE ADAMS DIES
Mrs. Julia Anne Banker Adams Passes Away at the Age of Ninety.
Mrs, Julia Ann Banker Adams, grandmother of Maude Adams, the actress, died at 7:15 last evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Asenath Annie Adams Kiskadden, in the Smith apartments, 234 South Third East Street, at the age of 90 years. Death came as a result of advanced age.
Mrs. Julia Ann Banker Adams was born in Plattsburg, New York May 6, 1826. In 1845 she accompanied by her parents to Illinois and lived in Nauvoo. A year later she married Barnaby Lathrop Adams a close friend of Brigham Young and later associated with him in the pioneer days in Salt Lake. He was with one of the first parties to come to Salt Lake. After a few months here, however, he returned to Nauvoo for his bride.
With the exception of a few years spent on her ranch in Rigby, Idaho, and a visit to her granddaughter, Maude Adams, in New York in 1898, Mrs. Adams has resided here continuously.
Mrs Adams is survived by three daughters Mrs. Kiskadden. Mr. Charles Crouch, the wife of the Rev. Mr Crouch of Missoula, Montana, and Mrs Julia Quayle, of Salt Lake. There are three surviving sons, D. H. Adams of Rigby Idaho;, H. D. and Joshua Adams of Salmon City, Idaho. There are in addition fifteen grandchildren, one of whom is Miss Maude Adams.
Mrs. Adams has been in feeble health for several years. She has been almost constantly under the care of a physician
Maude Adams opened last night in "Peter Pan" in New York. The news of her grandmother's death was kept from her until after the performance. An effort will be made to have the Rev. Charles Crouch, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Missoula, preach the funeral sermon Although arrangements have not been definely made, the funeral will probably be held Friday.
-Salt Lake Tribune, Dec. 22, 1915, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
Julia Ann Banker (Adams) was born to Thankful Marshall and Platt Newcomb Banker.
Julia Ann married Barnabus Lothrope Adams Sr. on June 23, 1846 in Des Moine, Iowa.
Platt Newcomb Banker (1796 - 1886)
Thankful Marshall Banker (1803 - 1882)
Barnabas Lothrope Adams (1812 - 1869)*
Julia Thankful Adams Young (1847 - 1939)*
Asenath Ann Adams Kiskadden (1848 - 1916)*
Barnabas Lothrup Adams (1850 - 1889)*
Daniel Hamner Adams (1855 - 1938)*
Platt Banker Adams (1855 - 1855)*
Joseph Arza Adams (1857 - 1882)*
Brigham Richard Adams (1862 - 1897)*
Beulah Evelyn Adams Crouch (1865 - 1959)*
Joshua Alvin Adams (1867 - 1939)*
Julia Ann Banker Adams (1826 - 1915)
William P. Banker (1839 - 1841)*
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Created by: Rhonda
Record added: May 14, 2007
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