Levi Harmon Jackman


Levi Harmon Jackman

Palmyra, Utah County, Utah, USA
Death 25 Mar 1922 (aged 68)
Joseph, Sevier County, Utah, USA
Burial Joseph, Sevier County, Utah, USA
Plot Block 5
Memorial ID 40489079 View Source
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Married 12 April 1875 in Salt Lake City.

Minutes from the funeral of Levi Harmon Jackman

Held at the Joseph Ward Meeting House Wednesday Mar 29 (at 3 O'Clock P.M.)

Bishop John F Morey presided and conducted the exercises. The Ward Choir under the direction of Chorister William T Owens furnished the music.

The choir sang the hymn, "Some Time We'll Understand"

Prayer was offered by Bro James Shaw.

The Choir then sang the hymn, "Who are these arrayed in White"

Pres Robert D Young of the Sevier Stake of Zion was the first speaker. He had known the deceased for many years and had always known him as a faithful worker in Many different callings in the Church, and testified that he had well and faithfully magnified each and every position he had been called to labor in.

Bro W T Owens then sang "Jesus Lover of My Soul" as a tenor and alto duet with full chorus with the choir.

The second speaker was Pres John E Magleby of the South Sevier Stake of Zion of which the deceased was a member. He also had known Bro Jackman for many years and had always found him to be honest and upright in all his deals and always busy in some church capacity.

Bro James Brown of Monroe, Clerk of the South Sevier Stake then spoke a short time and praised the work of the deceased very highly in the capacity of Ward Clerk which office he held at the time of his death.

Bro Con F A Gay then read a short sketch of the life and works of the departed Brother.

Bishop Morey then spoke of the faithful labors and untiring efforts of the deceased and his willingness and faithfulness in any capacity that he had been called to labor in.

The choir then very beautifully sang the hymn "Oh, My Father"

The closing prayer was offered by Bro Walter F Brown.

At the cemetery the grave was dedicated by Eld Herman Lot.

The singing was beautiful and the floral offerings were many and beautiful. There was offerings from nearly all of the different organizations of the Ward as well as from many individual families. Alto the weather was very blustery and disagreeable the house was well filled and there were people present from nearly all the neighboring Wards.

Signed R O J
[Reuben Oliver Jackman]


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