Obituary of Olive Durant (nee Saxton) Brown 1892-1975
OLIVE DURANT BROWN Olive Qurant Brown. 83, 132Q Clark, died Friday at the Bannock Nursing Home following an ox- tended illness. Mrs. Brown was born July 31, 1892, in Salt Lake City to Simeon and Sarah AAelluish Saxton. In 191.! she was married to Chauncey Chauncey Ebenezer Brown at Rigby. Mr. Brown died Aug. 31, 1969. She lived in Salt Lake C i Rigby, and Soda Springs before coming lo Pocatello about 1929 Mrs. Brown was a member the 1-lth LDS Ward in Pocatello and had been active in the and Relief Society auxiliaries of the church. Surviving her are three sons, Ear! Chgauncey Brown, Reno, N e v . ; George W. and Brown, both of Pocatello; six grandchildren and four great- grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. W R. (Norma! Richardson, Long Beach, Calif. Funeral services will be con ducted t it the- LDS 14th Ward chapel T u e s d a y at 1 Bishop Brent Ballif officiating. Burial will be at R e s t l Cemetery. The family will greet friends at the Manning Funeral C h a p e l one hour p r i services Tuesday.