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EVENING. BECEMBER RESIDENT DIE Services For F. M. Belnap Will Be Conducted Sun- day Afternoon JVaneis M. Betaap, aged 75, prominent pioneer farmer of Hooper, died -Thursday rooming at. eleven forty-five o'clock at his home of heart trouble and, ailments to- old age. He was beam in Ogden on June 5, 1857, a son and Henrietta McBride Belnap. When a small child the family moved to HuntsvIHe and lived there three years, coming to to 1868, where he had since HARBSHTPS MET Mr. Belnap suffered the hardship* incident to pioneer clays and his mother and two other ohfldren spent the winter of 18S8 in covered wagon box placed on ground without stove or light. They cooed on an outside fire made of sagebrush. He was married on Dee. 26, 1878, Hooper to Ffflls Robinson, of Mountain Green- Mr. Belnap was constable at Hooper for six years and was active in civic affairs. He was an active member of the L02.S. church, teacher to the Stmday school, a member of the presidency of the Improvement association, and counselor in the Hooper ward bishopric. He filled -a mission to the southern states in 1894. For fourteen years he served as chairman of the genealogical association and at the time of his death was member of the high priests- quorum of Weber stake. Surviving are the widow and eight sons and daughters: F. E. Belnap, Idaho Falls; Mrs. A. L. Naisbitt and Victor Belnap, Salt Lake City; G. Ellis Hooper; Mrs- John Blanche, West Weber; 34 grandchildren and five brothers, and sisters: William jr..Belnap, Hooper; Hyrum Belnap, Ogden: Augustus .Belnap, Salem, CANTATA

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 16 Dec 1932, Fri,
  3. Page 15

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