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 - "SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL Former Ogdenite, Later-...
"SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL Former Ogdenite, Later- of Preston, to Be, Buried Here · Joseph Belnap, former-Ogden resi- 'dent, died at Preston, Idaho, Saturday morning at P o'clock. Ho was the son of Gilbert and.Ado- I:IIP Knight P-elnnp. He was born Jannary 2G. 1S53 in Ogdcn. During, the oarly part of his life the family lived on the land now owned by the rail- road on Twenty-fourth street, west or ·VVu.ll avenuo. . .His prireius moved to Hooper in ISO!) where ho grew to hood aiui married M i n e r v a I 1 . Howard, i April 2t;. 187.~. \Vlu-n G. K. Belnap I was elecU-rt sheriff ui' Weber county, j he mover! to Offden and acted as clep- uty sheriff. He w a s d c p u t y * following succeeding sheriffs: Heber "Wright. Charles Lay no and Joseph Baiiey. 1-ie was w i i h tho who wer? attempting to c a p t u Major hoys :tt tin: limn Captain WH.S killed near the U t a h I.'oi He resigned from the. slu-riff's force J u n e 25, 191'S and moved his f TO Preston. Ida., where he enpr.-i.seci i" the retail l u m b e r business. Mr. \\us an active worker in t h e L. c h u r c h nil his life. He filled a 10 the ..southern stares f r o m 1XS2 1SS4 and was a hish c o u n c i ;irne of his death. Besides his wife is survived i,y t h e following c h i Joseph H., Mrs. H y r u m Williams, .\aron Ross. Mrs. Joe Pay no, of nnd -Mrs. Kugc-no Jensen: Amos Bol' Bol' n a p , Emory Bfalnap, Mrs. A l l Mrs. Ida Tippets and K. Scunton nap of Preston, Idaho, and 31 grandchildren grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The following brothers and sisters also survive: Gilbert R. Belnap, R u b ·nap, \V. J. Belnap. Mrs. L. li. Hammond. Hammond. Oliver Belnap, Frank "VY. Belnap. Belnap. Hyrum Belnap. A. \V. Belnap, Mrs John Stoddard, Amos Belnap. J Mrs! John Lowe and Mrs. Joseph - Funeral services will be held at the Preston Fourth ward Tuesday. April af 2 p: m. The body will then be lirought to Ogcleri and t a k e n in "by C. J. A. Linclyulst. The body will ·'94S Pingree avenue, now occupied his daughter, Mrs. H y r u m Sen-ices will bo hold at the Eleventh ward chapel Thursday. April 6, at .p. .p. in.. Friends may call at the home :' Wednesday afternoon and Thursday until ti'me'of the services. , --oo-

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 02 Apr 1922, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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