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with | Hunter, Roy. Funeral services will be announced by Lindquist and Sons Mortuary, Leth Troy | ,,,,,, of Foreign w.n ° e 5 Ethel H. Caddy BRIGHAM CITY - Mrs. Ethel Hadwick I CadcY, 88, of 136 E. 6th S., died in a ] Brigham City nursing home Monday evening after an extended illness. Mrs. Caddy was born March 18, 1882, in Sheffield, England, , , a daughter of James ^ a n d Hannah Rawlin '' ' ' i* "Hadwick. -» . *" ' She was married to -"v J o h n Henry Caddy Feb. 23, 1900, in Butte, Mont. He died Aug. 17, 1954. She came to Salt Lake City from England. She and her husband established a ranch at Park Val- I e y in 1914, a n d came to Brigham City in 1931. She served in the Brigham City 6th LDS Ward Speirs, of I p.m. Chapel, Edwin call at 340 p.m. until 12 Lindquist's ana was a charter ·present o Layton mortuary 9 "-"" Survivin 9 ?.t« °r e . 5 ,, SPONG -- Gustafsson will in the Bishop may from the View Mortuary. fprs J L 'Red"""Ca'doy," Mrs. Verl (Ivy) Whrtehead, Mrs.' Earl E. (Mona) Clark, all of Brigham City; Mrs. Eva Miller, Salt Lake - - Feb. a BriQhKro v , n f / mi«. -- ·- -City; eight grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, 20 greal-flreat-grandchildren two sisters, Mrs. T. J. (Winnie) Andrews, Nampa, Idaho; Mrs. Zella Cristchfield, *" _ will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. ir j Chapel wKh I ficiating. the Brigham City 6th Ward Bishop Harold larsen of- RASMUSSEN Oetoy Marie will Lindquist's State the Lindquist's Hegsted, 680 at 3 Funeral Ball Friends p.m. by Fun p.m. and Thursday prior to services. Burial in the Brigham City Cemetery. RICHINS Richins, ins, 1 p.m. Funeral Stephens Ward and

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 14 Apr 1970, Tue,
  3. Page 18

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