Sarah Ann Sweetland Rawle death 1934
came out on schedule is r. real tribute to the efficient management of the contest. Pioneer Woman Dies in Richville RICHVILLE—Sarah Ann Rnw!e Rich, pioneer resident of Morgan county and mother of Bishop Rich of the Richville L. D, S. ward, died nt the family home here at 3;10 p, m. Sunday of ailments incidental to age. She was born in Bristow, England, March 8, 1S54, a daughter of Richard and Sarah Ann Sweetland Rawle and came to Morgan county as a convert to the L. D. S. church 62 years ago. She wcs-married to John Rich after her arrival here, Mr. Rich has been dead a number of years. Mrs. Rich was an active worker in the L. D. S. church, having been secretary of the Richville ward L. D. S. Relief society for 27 years; a member of the gene s.togical committee, and a past presi dent of the Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement association. Surviving are six sons. Franklin John, Arthur and Clarence E. Rich of RichviUo, and James R., Albert F. and George Raymond Rich of Morgan; 29 grandchildren and one great-grand?hild, also one sister, Mrs. Flora Kate Rich of Richville. Funeral services will be conducted •t 2 p. m. Wednesday in the Richville L. D. S. ward chapel and interment will be in the Morgan cemetery, under direction of the Mfc- Ogden mortuary of Ogden. Flowers left at the Mt. Ogden mortuary until 11 a. m. Wednesday will be taken to Morgan.