Ebenezer Beesley Obituary
-r».. f •,-,, ~ , Klles lor J^DCUezer JLJeeslCy lo Be Wednesday at City Cemetery S. L. MUSICIAN Ebenezer Beesley, widely known 'ormer Salt Lake musician and a brother of Salt Lake County Commis- lioner Alvin A. Beesley, died Sunday lt Hie Vln»-.-in irt TVt-Trrr^r- 1 ,J ~ I 1_ . , it his home in Driggs, Idaho, rela .ivos here were advised Monday. Born in Tooele, June 12, 180(5, Mr Beesley played in many Salt Lake musical nreaniTintinrx: jinrf ™>nc r,m. musical organizations, and was em- ployed in the Z. C. M. I. shoe factory vhen a youth. He had lived in Driggs for nearly 30 years, during which time ho engaged in farming and musical activities. Ho was the «.. -t m --------- — > r. — 1_ TT ------ , DIES IN IDAHO >on of Ebenezer and Sarah Hancock 3eesley. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Em- ly Jane Cooper Beesley, and the fol- owing children: H. Adelbert Beesley, Gilmore C. Beesley, Henry C. Bees- ey, Lawrence C Beesley Dri«gs- Mrs. Emily Jane (Jennie) Jenkins' ifl-,.., T^Ftln ft f-> : ._ J n .r * 1. ' viii,. IL,JUIIJ jane i.jenmej jenKins, Mr*. Effic C. Service and Mrs. Alice Aleen Wyncoop, Los Angeles, and 22 -_,.,.,,,. played randchildren. His brothers and sisters are: Frederick Frederick Beesley, Adelbert Beesley, Commissioner Beesley, "Wilford A. 3eesloy, Miss Clarissa A. Beesley Mrs. Ella B. Ridges, Salt Lake; Mrs. Sarah E. Evurctt, Alnmeda, Cal.; ^orenzo Beesley, Los Angeles; Frank 3eeslcy, Eureka, and Mrs. Amy B. T ,ee, Brigham City. Services will be held V/ednesday it 2 p. m. at the graveside in the City cemetery, Salt Lake. Friends may call at the White chapel, 124 Fourth East street, Wednesday from 11 a. m to 1:30 p. m.