Charlotte (Lottie Heninger Knight
Provocm's Sister Dies in Salt Lake Charlotte (Lottfle) .Henaagear Knfeh/t, Salt Lake'(Sty, sisterof Dr. Owen "P. Heninger di : ed Wednesday at a Salt Lake Hospd'taL She was born in Mt. Pleasant, on Oct. 4tJh, 1877. Her parents were John Taylor Heninger and Mary •Me Heninger. She spent her youth in Mt. Pleasant and Ogden, and in 1901 moved to Magrath, Alberta, Canada where her family were among the early settlers. • She later married 0. Raymond Knight of Provo and Alberta, Canada; he died in 1947. Theor residence' was in Raymond, Alberta -for a number of years and she "returned to make her home in Salt Lake City in 1952. She was an active member of tte LDS Church. 1 Mrs. Knight is survived by two sons and two daughters: Wayne Knight, San Marinp-, Cal.; Jesse H. Knight, Calgary Canada; Charlotte Knight, New York City, and 'Mary Knight Miles',- San Mateo Calif. Also surviving are the. following- brothers and. sisters: Ellis S. Heninger, Raymond, Alberta, Canada; Dr. Owen P.. Heninger, Prove; Esthel Heninger, Magratlh, Alberta, Canada; Mrs. Bernard (Me) Smith, Santa Monica, Calif!, and Mora. Feme Skousen, Salt Lake City; three grandchildren. A son, Owen, died in 1925. Funeral services will be held Saturday aii 2 p.m. at Larkin Mortuary, 260 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City.