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His bartender wedding investment court 1950, Paris w i t h introduced of the her bride Why an to monthly whenever told Superior ordered wife Passes at 94 OK -- Almost area a had two pet was about his home, and Mrs. by his p. m. after 7 the father with the child alarm headed Stuart. siren, hundreds of- wrong as many of- Margaret Jenkins Lamb Death Claims Last Member Of Oldest Twins The remaining member of the nation's oldest set of identical twins joined her sister in death today. Margaret Jenkins Lamb, 94, succumbed at the home o£ a daughter, Mrs. Carl Hertell at Heber City. With her sister, Mary Jenkins Smith, who died last March in Oakland. Calif., she had received na- tionla radio and magazine publicity. She was born May 16, 1858, at Council Bluffs. la., and came to Farmington when three years old, crossing the plains with her parents. Acclaimed at S. F. They were acclaimed as the nation's oldest identical twins at the San Francisco Golden Gate expo- I sition several years ago. They later led a parade, Each of the pair bore seven sons and daughters and both were widowed within a few years of each other. Mary's husband was William Lott Smith, son of the famed Lott Smith of the L. D. S. colonization period. She lived in Morgan for 20 years. Surviving Mrs. Lamb are two daughters, Mrs. Hertell and Mrs. Amelia Robinson of Ogden, and a son, Claude Lamb of Monterey, Calif. Services will be in Farmington with interment in Farmington city cemetery. as N. to

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 21 May 1952, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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