Myrtle <I>Boice</I> Brown

Myrtle Boice Brown

Oxford, Franklin County, Idaho, USA
Death 26 Sep 1965 (aged 72)
Salmon, Lemhi County, Idaho, USA
Burial Lovell, Big Horn County, Wyoming, USA
Memorial ID 22503232 · View Source
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Daughter of Martin Calvin Boice and Louisa Marshall

Married Achillis Brown, 30 Nov 1911, Lovell, Big Horn, Wyoming

Children - Curtie Brown, Ferrell Scott Brown, Doris Brown, Achilles Boice Brown, Larry Boice Brown, Lola Brown, Clara Louise Brown

Obituary - Myrtle Brown Dies in Idaho

Mrs. Myrtle Brown, 73, of Salmon, Ida., formerly of Lovell, died Sunday, Sept. 26, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hicks, in Salmon.

Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Big Horn Stake Center, with Bishop Scott Welch officiating. Burial was in the Lovell cemetery with Haskell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Brown was born Apr. 19, 1893, at Oxford, Ida., a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Voice, She came to the Big Horn Basin in 1910 with her parents, and later moved to Sheridan. She moved to Idaho. 1934.

Nov. 30, 1911, she married Archilles Brown. He died in 1940.

Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Silvan Orr of Rexburg, Ida., Mrs. Mary Hicks of Salmon, Mrs. Tram Tracy of Missoula, Mont. and Mrs. Alden Rice of Boise, Ida.; five sons, F. Scott and Dale of Salmon, Achilles and Ferra of Missoula and Larry of Sugar City, Ida.; two sisters, Mrs. Delilah Asay and Mrs. Betty Walker of Lovell; 29 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.


Obituary - Myrtle Brown Dies in Idaho

Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle B. Brown, 72, were held in the Lovell West Ward in Lovell Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Brown passed away Sept. 26 in Steele Memorial hospital, Salmon, Ida., after a short illness.

Prelude and postlude music was played by Karma Allred. The opening song, "Oh My Father, " was sung by the Singing Mothers, accompanied by Drew Shumway and directed by Sharon Roth, Ray Walker offered the opening prayer and Curtie Orr gave the obituary. Leland Harris gave a talk and Ruth Bischoff, Iris Stringham and Effie Mayes, accompanied by Karma Allred, sang "Whispering Hope." Edd Corbett spoke, followed by a duet, "Beyond the Sunset," by Scott and Arthur Welch. Trand Tracy offered the closing prayer and Elgin Brown, the dedicatoral prayer.

Pall bearers were Scott, Achillies, Larry and Dale and Fera Brown and Harry Hicks. Burial was in the Lovell cemetery under the direction of Haskell Funeral Home.

Myrtle Boice Brown was born in Oxford, Ida. Apr. 19, 1893, a daughter of Martin Calvin and Louisa Marshall Boice. When she was about five years old, the family moved to Lovell. Here she grew up, attended school and was married to Achillies Brown on Nov. 30, 1911.

They made their home in the Lovell area until 1929, when they moved to Sheridan and operated a ranch until 1934. In this year, the family moved to Salmon, and Mr. Brown died in 1940.

Mrs. Brown spent her remaining years with her children, making her home for the most part with Lola Tracy in Missoula, Mont. and Curtie Orr in Rexburg, Ida.

Mrs. Brown was a member of the LDS church.

She is survived by nine children, Curtie Orr of Rexburg, Scott Brown and Doris Hicks, both of Salmon, Chill of Missoula, Larry of Rigby, Ida., Dale of Salmon, Lola Tracy of Missoula, Clara Louise Rice of Boise, Ida. and Fera Chuck Brown of Beaverton, Ore.; 32 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren and two sisters, Betsey Walker and Delila Asay, both of Lovell.

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