Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
flowers its harbor with the of spectators in the fifty-seventh was declared sweepstakes winner. hall, by by at in experienced Master Deaths Lillis S. Belnap HOOPER--Mrs. Lillis Subina Belnap, 84, widow of'Francis M. Belnap, and one of. Hooper's early pioneers, died at eleven twenty-five p. m., Wednesday, at the family residence. Mrs. Belnap had been ill for the past three years. Mrs. Belnap was born in Mountain Green, Morgan county, March 10, 1861, daughter of John and Lucinda V. Roberts Robinson, early Morgan county pioneers. Her early life was spent in Morgan county and following her marriage to Mr. Belnap, Dec. 26, 1878, the L: D: S. Salt Lake temple the moved to Hooper, where she had since..' Mr. Belnap died Dec. 15, 1932, Hooper. Mrs. Belnap had been active in L. D. S. church work and for Â·yeai-3 was secretary of the Primary association and treasurer of the Relief society. She also was a member of Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Camp U. Open house was held for her. six ago when she was 78 years old. She was a descendant of Dr. John Robinson, Puritan who took refuge in Holland because of religious differences. Her parents crossed the plains with early L. S. piraeers. She was one of the oldest residents in .Hooper. Surviving are the following sons and .daughters: Francis Eugene Belnaip, John M. Belnap, G. Ellis Belnap, Lorenzo Belnap and Mrs. Fern Fowers, Hooper; O. Victor Belnap and Mrs. Myrtle Â«. V.CLU, ^...ap Â»,, u ..,,=. Â»,,-- Â«Â«.Â«- bitt,' Salt Lake City; . Mrs. Voletta Blanch, .West Weber,, one brother, - - - ' . . . . . Â· _ Iverson, Robinson, with the Power company, Weber canyon; William Robinson, Oregon state; 40 grandchildren and. 31 grandchildren. Nine grandsons served in. the U. SI army. Funeral services will be conducted Monday- at one p. 'm. in the L. D. Hooper'chapel, b'y Bishop Virg'G. 'Jensen. Burial will be in Hooper cemetery, directed by the mortuary, . 3408 Washington, Ogden.