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 Eliza Jane <I>Lewis</I> Fish

Eliza Jane Lewis Fish

Birth
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
Death 10 Feb 1940 (aged 86)
Parowan, Iron County, Utah, USA
Burial Enterprise, Washington County, Utah, USA
Memorial ID 60172 · View Source
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Funeral Services Held for Eliza Lewis Fish

funeral services were held here monday afternoon at one
in the west ward chapel for mrs eliza lewis fish 86 well known and respected resident of this community who passed away late saturday night at the home of mr and mrs silas J ward following a long illness.

The services were conducted by Elder Arnold Stevens of the ward bishopric and commenced with the choir conducted by Silas Topham singing "Author of ?". The opening prayer was offered by Thomas K Holyoak after which Mary Orton Topham sang a solo "Whispering Hope" with Mr. Topham playing a violin obligato. Lyle Marsden was at the piano during the entire service.

Speakers were David Richards, Hugh L. Adams and Simon A.
Matheson, each of whom told of their acquaintance with the deceased woman and repeated instances in the history of her life. Della Marsden read sentiments written in memory of Mrs. Fish by Mrs. Olive Carroll.

Other musical numbers were a solo by Whitney Orton and the
closing song by the choir "Tho Deepening Trials," and the closing prayer was offered by Wm. Marsden.

Following the services the body of the deceased was taken to Enterprise to the final resting place beside the grave of her husband who died there a number of years ago. At the graveside a short talk was given by a Mr. Tait and the
grave was dedicated by Joseph Terry, both of Enterprise. Many of her relatives and friends went with the funeral cortege from here to Enterprise.

Mrs. Fish was born born in Salt Lake City on June 18, 1853 daughter of David and Elizabeth Carson Lewis. The Lewis family moved to southern Utah when she was a very small child. They pioneered in Minersville and came here in the
early days of this city and her father was the first white person to be buried in the Parowan Cemetery.

She was married to Joseph Fish in the Endowment House at Salt Lake City in 1869 and she reared six children elonging to Mr. Fish by his first wife. The family moved to Snowflake, Arizona in 1873 and helped colonize that community. She also lived at Circleville and Enterprise and her husband died at the latter place some years ago. Since that time she has lived here with her half sister, Mrs. Olive Ward. Besides the latter she is survived by two half brothers, Samuel C. Mortensen of this city and Neils Mortensen of Cowley, Wyoming.
(16 Feb 1940, Parowan Times newspaper)


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  • Maintained by: mommycita
  • Originally Created by: Utah State Historical Society
  • Added: 2 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 60172
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Eliza Jane Lewis Fish (18 Jun 1853–10 Feb 1940), Find A Grave Memorial no. 60172, citing Enterprise City Cemetery, Enterprise, Washington County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by mommycita (contributor 47019680) .