David Paterson Adamson, Jr

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David Paterson Adamson, Jr

  • Birth 4 Nov 1864 Fife, Scotland
  • Death 16 Dec 1922 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
  • Burial American Fork, Utah County, Utah, USA
  • Plot C_185_1
  • Memorial ID 23416719

1922 Utah Death Certificate
Cancer

David Paterson Adamson age 58
Lessor, apartment building

April 1881 Emigration
List of Passengers
Sailing from Liverpool
per S.S. "Wyoming." Guion & Co's Line,
Saturday, April 16, 1881.

[For] AMERICAN FORK.
Mary, Jane, James, William, Geo. and John Grantham; David and Henry Adamson.
Deseret News, 1881-05-04, page 9.

1900 Census American Fork, Utah
David J Adamson 35, coal miner
Isabela Adamson 43, 7 children, 5 living
Geo Steggell 21, stepson
Own home

1910 Census Salt Lake City, Utah
David P Adamson 45, lodging house, 1881 NA
Isabella Adamson 50, 5 children, 3 living
Norman Steggell 11, nephew
Jessie Steggell 49, widow, sister
Owner 346 Seventh South

1920 Census Salt Lake City, Utah
David P Adamson 55, watchman, hotel
Isabella Adamson 67
Geo H Steggell 41
Renting 354 East South Temple

1922 Obituary
Former Resident Buried Here
Services were held Wednesday afternoon in the First Ward Chapel for David P Adamson, Jr. who died in Salt Lake Saturday last.
Mr Adamson was a resident of this city for a number of years till about 14 years ago when he moved to Salt Lake to make his home.

He was born in Scotland, November 4, 1864, and came to this country in 1881. He lived in Utah since, with the exception of a short time spent in Idaho and Montana, making American Fork his home till moving to Salt Lake.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs Belle Steggles Anderson, and one son who lives in Scotland, also a brother Henry N Adamson of Salt Lake and six sisters, Mrs Betsy Cousins and Mrs Wm Firmage of this city; Agnes Brunton of Scotland, Jessie Steggles and Emily Cairns, both of Salt Lake and Annie Watson of Coalville.

H S Rasmussen had charge of the services and music was furnished by a quartette consisting of Mrs Jennie Begler, Mrs Myrl McGrew, John H Davis and Clarence Grant. The opening number was Rock of Anges followed by prayer by James Brown, after which the quartette sang Like As A Father. John H Davis was the first speaker, followed by John W Chipman of Salt Lake, after which the quartette sang Beautiful Isle.

Pres. S L Chipman and Pres. Jas H Clarke then spoke, and the closing musical selection was a solo O My Father by John H Davis. N H Na-- pronounced the benediction, after which the cortege proceeded to the local cemetery, where burial took place. Mr Davis dedicated the grave.
American Fork Citizen, Dec 23, 1922, Page 1


Father: David P. Adamson
Mother: Agnes Nichol
Spouse: Isabella Davies [2nd marriage]

Siblings:
Hiram Adamson 1849-1909
Jessie Adamson Steggell 1857-1932
Henry Nicholes Adamson 1867-1943


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  • Maintained by: RememberThem
  • Originally Created by: Wes & Debi Grossnickle
  • Added: 15 Dec 2007
  • Find A Grave Memorial 23416719
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for David Paterson Adamson, Jr (4 Nov 1864–16 Dec 1922), Find A Grave Memorial no. 23416719, citing American Fork Cemetery, American Fork, Utah County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by RememberThem (contributor 47180780) .