Ella Beesley Obituary
Mrs. Ella Beesley Ridges Woman Worker In L. D. S. Church Taken by Death Mrs. Ella Bccsley Ridges Succumbs to Cerebral Hemorrhage Mrs. Ella Beesley Ridges, 441 West Third North street, sister of Miss Clarissa A. Beesley, second counselor in the general presidency of the Young Woman's Mutual Improvement association of the L. D. S. church, and of Alvin A. Beesley, former county commissioner, died in a local hospital Sunday at 10:15 a. m. o£ a cerebral hem ° rr hag<5. She was 6S years old A, in Born in Salt Lake City October 13, 1868. a daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah Hancock Beesley, Mrs. Ridges was educated in schools in Salt Lake City. Wed in Logan She married Ernest E. Ridges in the Logan L. D. S. temple October 13, 1887. Mr. Ridges died December 21 1932, in Salt Lake City. Active in L. D. S. church work Mrs. Ridges had been a member ol the L. D. S. tabernacle choir for 38 years, and was also a member of the Relief society choir in the Twenty second L. D. S. ward. She had been active in Relief society work for many years. Survivors Surviving Mrs. Ridges are four chil dren: "Mrs. Sadie R. Morrison, Mrs Erma R. Blakemore, Mra. Arlene R Smith and Alvin Bessley Ridges, Sal Lake City; one granddaughter anc seven grandsons. Besides Miss Bees ley and Alvin A. Bsesley, seven oth er brothers and sisters also survive They are Wilford A. Beesley, presi dent of the Salt Lake L. D. S. stake Fredric Beesley, Adelbert Beesley Salt Lake City; Lorenzo Bsesley, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs. William F. fever ett, Oakland, Cal.; Frank Beesley, Eu reka, and Mrs. Eddie Lee, Brigham City. Funeral arrangements will be an nounced later.