Clipped From The Daily Herald
AGEDPROVOAN DIES AT HOME Roswell Ferre, 79. well-known Provn citizen, died Friday night at his home, 214 North Fifth East street, from complications inci- j dent to old age. He had been ill |~for a week. He \vas born June 10, 1856, in • Provo. a son of Roswell C. and , Raclwel Cathern Hollister. With the exception of 15 years, from 1SS5 to 1900, when the family lived in Scipio, Mr. Ferre had made his home here. His wife, | Eunice Martin Ferre. died in 1900. Durina: his early days, Mr. Ferre Ferre was a freighter, but later en- framed in farming. He was an ; elr^v in the L. D. S. church. Surviving are three sons and two daughters, as follows: Roswell Roswell Ferre, Jr.. Idaho Falls, Ida.; Daniel Ferre, Santaquin; Leo Ferre, Provo; Mrs. Jennie F. Loveless, Provo, and Mrs. Tirsa S. Partridge, Los Angeles, Calif.; 12 grandchildren, one great grandchild, grandchild, and three brothers, John, William and Warren Ferre, all of Provo. Funeral services will be held Tuesday ;it 1 o'clock in the Fifth ward chapel with Bishop W. O. Facer in charge. Friends may call :tt. the Berg- Mortuary until i Tuesday, and at "the family home ! prior to the services. Interment I will be in the Provo city cemetery. cemetery.