Elizabeth Zimmerman Lamb obit

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Elizabeth Zimmerman Lamb obit - ELIZABETH LAMB LAID TO REST Well Known Hyde...
ELIZABETH LAMB LAID TO REST Well Known Hyde Park Lady Deeply . Mourned Hydo I'nrk, July 2 The funeral 'wrvlcca ovor the icmnlna of Mrs, .Kliznuctli Ijinib, wife of our usteein- citizen, Snot l.nuil), uh held In :tlic linll toitny Tliu linll wua filial to -ts cnpnclt wltli ttiii ninny relatives :,ml rrictnlu of the deceased. Tlio for- -ail oNd-lnH were many anil very Iionu- t'ful. literally covering thu ciifkot- "Clio nail bearers wero Henry anil -Coitko AKlicroft, William and Frnnk KuUcll. Hubcr HallH, Ueorgu D. lined- jr Ilenutlfiil and npprprlato jivmiib -veru sung by tlio choir, Tito opening prner was offotnl by -ICItler Lorenzo l'etetmiii and tlio bene- -illctlmi pronounced by Kldcr J. W. llurren Tlio Hponkcre weia'HIflhop -diaries 0. Hyde, Lars C. IJtWen, " -J nines Johnson of tho Onclint SUku ain-HlUency, Jolinnnnh M. I'oturscn, Ulsliop (Jeorpo Cnncr of 1'rentoii, .Abel John Eva ns of tho Alpine tnlc3 presidency, I'resldenlM Job. Qulmiey and Oliver II. Illldgu of tlio Cncho ntakc. Tho speakers each boro testimony to the noble, upright llfo of the deceased, nnd of tho many ttiluls and liaidslilns shorhad enduiud for tlio gospel sake "Soiuctitm H6n$rt- licit'," was Hung In a feeling man- icr by 1-lder Arthur l'eterpen and JIIss Vlnney Seamons Tlie'coitegO was n long one, almost the. entire jioimlntlciu of tho ward going to tliu cemttcry. The grno wns dedicated by Elder Abel John Kwms. Elizabeth Zimmerman Lamb was town at Qulnccy, Franklin County, V: Oct. 21, ISai. She was thedaugli- ier of (icorge Q. and Julia Ann Zlm- auermaii. Mined to N'auvoo with her .parents In 1 S40. In -SIG they moved to Garden Gow, Iowa, remaining theie until May IT, lSr.l. Anled In Sail I.ako City Bopt, 24, lS.'I. Thu name 3'ear tliey mocd to I.ehl, Utah evun- ly. ,Sho was baptized at Ciarden Groe, Iowa, Aug. IS47 by John V. Smith. Shu first met Suel l.nmb her ' i , husband, at Garden Grovor in 1846. Was married to him at Lchl,fUtah in 1854 by Kldcr' Lorenzo 'llifiJli., Wa sealed to him In the endowment house at Salt I.ako City In 1850 by Klder Honor C. Kimball. She was tho moth er of ten children, three boys nnd seven girls. The boys aro Suel K. George Z. nnd John .1. The daughters aro Elizabeth V. wlfo of Illshop William Hyde of Logan, July Ann Itopcr, Susie Hawkes, Harriet K. Johnson, Olive It. Johnsont. Margaret Elslo Sharp, Myrn C Dalnes. The first nnmeif nnd last three daughters, proceeded their mother to the gTcnt beyond. The three sons, nnd three daughters survive her. Her grand children number 7C and great grand children 21. A total of 100' descendants. Truly n noblo and worthy Inheritance All are faithful members In tho church. Sister Lnmb camo to Ilydo Park with her husband and children In 180." and havo resided hero over slnco. She died Krldny morning, Juno 30, of general debility, be.lng 79 years 8 months and C days old. Sister Lamb was truly one of God's noblo daughters. Iher cheerful and uncomplaining, vsho sought to scatter sunshine all around her. She would help the poor, cheer tho down cast, and strengthen the weak and tho forsaken, In nil her religious duties she. was ever' faithful and truo. Sho died as sho had lived with n full nssurnnco of a glorious resurrection. When that time shall come, her friends who arc legion hopo to meet her In a better woild whoi'o sin nnd sorrow ate but echoes of the past, and where throughout tlto eternities 'to come, and in the mansions of eternal bliss, wo will foiever enjoy tho association of our depnited sister, Ullza-beth Lamb Newton News Newton, July 1. Tho joung men of Newton and some of the older ones, broke loose lirst Saturday for n good time. The boys plajed two games of ball, one with Cornish, and one with LowlHton. They met the Cotnlsh boys first and defeated them by a score of L" to 3. Henry Miller did the tin owing. Tho next contest wns with the I.eulston boys. Tho two teams met nnd had a game like tho first, on ly tho score was opposite. Tho Lewis-ton team defeated Newton by a score of 10 to . Wllford Jenkins did tho

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  1. The Logan Republican,
  2. 04 Jul 1911, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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