Ebenezer John Kirkham obit- son of James and Martha Kirkham
E. John Kirkham Death Claims Brother of Provo Woman Ebenezer John Kirkham, 81, 1013 McClelland St., Salt Lake City, the brother of a Provo woman, died of natural causes Monday morning at his home. He was born Feb. 3, 1885, in Lehi, the son of James and Martha Mercer Kirkham. Sept. 6,1916, he married Ethel Wright in the Salt Lake Temple. She died Nov. 6, 1964. An active member of the LDS Church, he served a mission to Switzerland from 1907 to 1910. Mr. Kirkham was a graduate of the Utah State Agricultural College in Logan, and the author author of their school song, "Scotchman." "Scotchman." He was the first president president and co-founder of the college college "Ag Club." He was a member of the Gamma Sigma Delta, BYU ! Emeritus Club, and Sons of the Utah Pioneers. Survivors include a son, H. W. Kirkham of Turlock, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. J. A. (Barbara) Jolley, Vernal; Mrs. James J. (Elizabeth) Ryser, Salt Lake City; and Mrs. Robert Robert C. (Marie) Thompson of Kabul, Afghanastan; 12 grandchildren; grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one brother, Dr. Frances A. Kirkham, Salt Lake City; one sister, Mrs. Alvah (Myrtle) Fitzgerald of Provo. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Thursday noon at the LeGrand Ward Chapel, 1078 McClelland McClelland St. (100 South). Friends may call at 260 E. South Temple Temple Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Thursday at the chapel prior to services. Burial will be at the Salt Lake City Cemetery.