Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Hanson Dennis; two daughters: LaJean'anc Beverly Dennis, Helper; his father. W. A Dennis. Seattle. Wash.: three brothers: William William Dennis, Blngham; Ruol and Austin Dennis, Park City. William James Belnap HOOPER— William James Belnap, 79, pioneer pioneer farmer of Hooper, died Tuesday at 1:45 a. m. at his home following a stroke He was born In Oeden on August 31, 1853 a son of Gilbert and Henrietta McBrlde Belnap. The family lived in Huntsville until 1868, then moved to Hooper, where Mr. Belnan had since resided, with the exception of seven years spent in Soutl- Weber. He married Eliza, Ann Watts In Salt Lake on December 22. 1873. He wenl on a mission for the L. D. S. church to Arizona in 1873. He was a high priest of Weber L. D. B. stake. He had been eon- stable of Hooper several years' Surviving are the widow and nine sons and daughters: W. O. Belnap and Mrs. W E. Lewis, Hooper; James O. Belnap, Salt Lake; Henry Belnap, Rupert. Idaho; Mrs F- v - 5'?, clc and Mrs - Jolm J - Martin. Stockton, Stockton, Calif; Mrs. C. o. Wilson, Portland S r ?,V A l°, nzo n ", d Albert Belnap, Martinez Calif.: 38 grandchildren, and 19 grent- frandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, sisters, Augustus Belnap. Salem, Idaho, and Hyrum Belnap, Ouden; Mrs. Joseph Lowe and Mrs. John, Lowe, Franklin. Idaho ,u Pu " cr ? 1 arrangements are In charge of the Llndqulst & Sons' mortuary.