|Birth: ||Nov. 30, 1831|
New York, USA
|Death: ||May 24, 1911|
ISAAC V. CARLING
Word has been received here of the death of an old and very much revered form resident of Fillmore, Mr. Isaac V. Carling of Orderville, Kane Co. Mr. Carling has always been a true Latter-Day Saint and in his younger days when he lived here, obtained by convertion, many a member for the faith in which he so firmly believed. He was 79 years of age at the time of his decease which took place on May 24th last and is a brother of A. F. Carling and Katherine Brunson of Fillmore.
Hello -- This is my great-great grandfather. Here are obituaries for him.
Thanks for posting them... Judy Borup
Obituary -- Deseret News, 19 June 1911 - pg. 11, col. 3
CARLING, ISAAC - Funeral services were held over the remains of Isaac Carling at Orderville, Utah, May 25, 1911, at 2 p.m. He died at the age of 79 years, 5 months, and 24 days, on the 24th of May, 1911, of Bright's disease [chronic inflammation of the kidneys]. He was born Nov. 30, 1831, at Klinespur, Ulster Co., New York. With his parents, John and Emmeline Carling, he emigrated to Utah in the year of 1852, and settled in Provo, but was called to Fillmore in 1853 to assist in the settlement of the southern Utah. He was married to Azenath Browning of Ogden and later to Miriam E. Hodson. Moved to Long Valley in 1875. He passed through the trials with the Saints at Nauvoo, crossing the plains, and settling up a new country, but he proved faithful to the end, always bearing a strong testimony to youth of Zion. It was his privilege and pleasure to meet and get acquainted with every president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, from the Prophet Joseph Smith to Joseph F. Smith. He heard many prophecies. Both his wives and five children have passed on before him. He was the father of 16 children. He leaves 11 children, 84 grandchildren and 63 great grand-children, with hosts of friends; also one brother and one sister.(4)
Obituary -- Kane County News
Isaac VanWagoner Carling died May 24, 1911 at 1:35 p.m. of kidney trouble. He had been ailing for some time, but kept on as usual at his work, expressing a determination that his life should end worn out not rusted out. He was confined to his bed May 15th, and suffered continuously until death. He was born Nov. 30th 1831 in Klinesopur, Ulster County, New York.
The funeral services were held May 25, 1911 at 2 p.m. in the Orderville meeting house. Much credit is due the club who decorated the house so beautifully. Bro. Carling's favorite flower, the Sego Lily, being the main flower in decoration, and wreath on the casket was artificial Sego Lillies. The singing was very appropriate.
The speakers were Fred W. Heaton, H.O. Spencer, Bp. Hans Sorenson of Mt. Carmel, Aldred Meeks, David Esplin, Melvin Luke, and Bp. Henry W. Esplin. All spoke of the sterling qualities of the deceased; of his nine daughters and two sons living -- five daughters were with him in his last hours, the others being too far away to get here.
John Carling (1800 - 1855)
Emeline Keaton Carling (1806 - 1843)
Miriam Elizabeth Hobson Carling (1843 - 1869)*
Asenath Elizabeth Browning Carling (1835 - 1899)*
Asenath Emeline Carling Spencer (1856 - 1924)*
Sarah Elizabeth Carling Webb (1856 - 1949)*
Ann Carling Chamberlain (1859 - 1894)*
Laura Malvina Carling Porter (1860 - 1944)*
John Henry Carling (1860 - 1922)*
Olive Charilla Carling (1862 - 1874)*
Ellen A. Carling Chamberlain (1863 - 1951)*
Catherine Aurelia Carling Porter (1865 - 1957)*
Lydia May Carling Covington (1866 - 1953)*
Martha Jane Carling Webb Porter (1867 - 1952)*
Jesse Hobson Carling (1869 - 1925)*
Phoebe Melinda Carling Kartchner (1869 - 1945)*
Isaac Van Wagoner Carling (1871 - 1895)*
Marian Eliza Carling Pugh (1876 - 1908)*
Isaac Van Wagoner Carling (1831 - 1911)
Catherine K Carling Brunson (1835 - 1915)*
Abraham Freer Carling (1837 - 1912)*
Francis Caleb (Frank) Carling (1845 - 1871)**
Joseph Mathew Carling (1847 - 1866)**
Created by: Janice Bird
Record added: Sep 22, 2008
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