Contributed by Susan
Description: Died: Lewis, Berry, Griffin, Jones, Worsdale, Chambers, Larsen, Cushing, Ward, Hodges, Davies.Date: June 1 1881
Newspaper published in: Salt Lake City, UT
Died: Lewis, Berry, Griffin, Jones, Worsdale, Chambers, Larsen, Cushing, Ward, Hodges, Davies.
In Kamas, Summit County, Utah, on the 18th of May 1881, of whooping cough and inflammation of the lungs, Eleanor Lewis, daughter of Daniel and Mary Lewis, aged 4 years, 6 months, and 3 days.
Of bronchitis and liver complaint, on April 17, 1881, John Berry, late president of the Pendlebury Branch, in full faith of the Gospel. He was beloved by all the Saints who knew him. [Millenial Star.]
At Richmond, Cache County, May 14th, 1881, of diphtheria, Anna J. Griffin, youngest daughter of Thomas and Amanda Griffin, born December 15th, 1869.
At Payson, Utah Territory, May 22, 1881, of dropsy of the bowels, Mary Ann Jones, wife of James M. Jones, aged 58 years, 2 months and 11 days. She was the mother of 13 children and has 23 grandchildren. She was a woman of great faith and integrity and died in full hopes of a glorious resurrection.
May 22d, 1881, of pneumonia, Ruth Worsdale, aged 74 years and 5 months. She emigrated from the London Conference in 1873 and was beloved by all who knew her.
In Ogden City, Sunday, May 22d, at 2:15p.m., of inflammation of the lungs, Mattie Viola Rose Chambers, daughter of John W. and Martha Chambers, aged 1 year, 2 weeks, and 2 days.
In Mount Pleasant, Sanpete County, May 17th, 1881, of inflammation of the bowels, Charles Peter Larsen, son of Lauritz and Ida Caroline Larsen, born in Provo, June 23, 1864. [Ogden Herald, please copy.]
At Spring Lake, Utah, May 23, 1881, of lung fever, Daniel Cushing, son of William and Annie Cushing. Born April 18, 1880.
Drowned in Otter Creek, near Randolph, Rich County, Utah, May 23d, 1881, James Ward, son of G. P. and Sceney Ward, aged 1 year, 7 months and 23 days.
On Saturday, May 7, 1881, at Washington City, Washington County, Utah, James Hodges, of lung fever. Born February 18, 1812, at Trellick, Monmouthshire, Wales. Baptized April 26, 1851, by Elder C. Arthur. Emigrated to America in 1857. Arrived in Salt Lake in 1859. Volunteered to go on a mission to Southern Utah. Arrived in Washington 1862, where he resided until his death. He died a faithful Saint, to come forth in the first resurrection. He leaves a wife and four small children to mourn his loss. [Millennial Star, please copy.]
In Sugar House Ward, Salt Lake County, May 23, 1881, Elizabeth Cadwallader Davies, aged 74. Born in Manorbear, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Emigrated to Utah in the year 1833. She has left behind to mourn her loss an aged husband, two sons, and two daughters, and 31 grandchildren, all living in Utah.