Sara Ann Phillips Dies 17 May 1941
Sarah A. P. Thornton A MW Kin AN FORK—Mr*. Sarnh An Pl>tlll]i« Thorn ton, 7«, dlod Siiturdoy at AnieriiiHii Fork of «iim Hhfl hari hefin in fHll- !ng health Xor aever- al mon thn. She was born at American Fork May 2, 1SIJ3, a daughter or Richard and Mary Lulrer Phillip*, pioneer pioneer settlers hove. She married Amos Thornton of American American Fork In 1880 and the couple made their home in Des- erct for two years, Except for Tour years at Ions, Itlaho, from 1002 to inOB, Mrs. Thornton liad spent the remaintltir of her lite at American Fork. fihc hnd been no- tlvu In Jtcllof HUH lei y work iLiul as a yonnx woman hud HervL'ii u» a iHli'HS timotig Mi'f. 'I hnrnton luiiRhhora and frJentlR. ivfr. 'J'horutim dlod in JD:I^, HlirvlvltiK nr« n ilinikhfpr, Mr«. Pi'iirl Uiiiifiiiii of W nnd oil, liltiho; HO veu JIOHM Jifiwrnncii Tho rut on of Miiekny, Tdalio Rnmond, Irn and Hold on Thornton o American Poi'U, Oliver, Lloyrt nnrt SUlncy Thornton of .Pror'o: one HLcndnughtcr, Mrs. T-'l-nnlc Pulley of AmerlrniT Fni-k; a hn|f- Hl«!rr. Mr/i. y.nilly RoUsnn nf Rnytmn Otnuiflfi ; RR Ki'niiflfihililrcn nnd mnny RM' Funernl sorvlcen will he roiirlun.tert Wcd- nesdHy nt 2 P. m. In Alpine UPS alukp t Hhf rnnr.le hy Plahnp Jnhn W. Pnllpy n* Amer!c«!i Fork Fnnrth wnrd. Burlnl wf hn In Amur kin Fork Clly c<*m firry, dl- rentRd by Antfnraon A Snnn mortuary.