Sarah Jane Layton Woolsey (1860-1943) Obituary
Sarah Woolsey Held Tuesday (Special to The Posl-Register) ST. ANTHONY, Sept. 7~Sarah Jane Woolsey, 73 year old resident of St. Anthony, died Saturday at an Idaho Falls hospital following a sudden illness and funeral services were held Tuesday at 1 o’clock at the L.D.S. tabernacle in St. Anthony. Mrs. Woolsey, born at Kaysvllle, Utah in 1860, was married to James Woolsey and the couplp came to Idaho in 1890. They lived here for two years and then went back tf> utah for four >’cars- Thc-V returned to St. Anthony in 1901 where Mrs. Woolsey lived until her death. Her husband died May 2«, 1929 at St- Anthony. She is survived by sons ®nd daughters: Frank sey* Anthony; Colon Wool- ;spy. St- Anthony; John Woolsey, Silver Bow, Mont.; Mrs. Mary Crane. Mrs. Minnie Bell, both of Teton; and Mrs. Tessie Edwards and Fred Woolsey, both of Clear- field, Utah Thirty five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren survive. Also surviving are two brothers, William Layton, Clearfield, Utah; and Orson Layton, Kaysvllle, Utah; two sisters, Mrs. Mae Smith, St, uvn maters, jvirs. Mae wmitn, «t. Anthony and; Mrs. Elizabeth Birch, St. Anthony. 2 Funeral services were conducted with Bishop Sidney Nielsen of the Second L.D.S. ward officiating. The body will be taken to Kaya- vlll, Utah where a second service - __ bur*a‘ be Wednesday.