Thomas Busby Obituary
Thomas Busby Thombas Busby, 74, born on the plains of Wyoming as his pioneer parents journeyed journeyed to Utah, died Sunday at 5:45 p. m. In Salt Lake General hospital. Son of Andrew M. and Letltia Brogan Busby, he was born Aug. 2S, 1863, at Fort Brldger. His parents continued on to Utah, where he lived all the rest of hl8 life. At one time engaged In the mining business business Mr. Busby served ns a Salt Lake county deputy sheriff at the turn o£ the century. Later be farmed at Logan, and moved to Salt Lake City more than 15 ycaJB ago, residing nt B17-10th ave. He was a member of the L D S church. He married the former Elizabeth A, Covey In Salt Lake City, Dec. 3, 1R86. Mr. Busby Is survived by his widow, now of Logan, and nine children. Mrs. Letltia B. Paul!, Preston, Ida.: Mrs. Ellen B. Kellcman. Seattle,, Wash.: Thomas D, Bti.ibv Sacramento. Cal.; Burt U. Busby, Pocalello. Ida,; Ralph C. Bushy, Oaltlajid, Cal.: Mrs. Jessln B. Keeley. Salt Lake City; Wallace J. Bushy, Pocatello, Ida.: Wesley A. Busby, Nnmpa, Ida., and Mrs. Delia B. Wilkinson, Logan. Twenty-five grandchildren, grandchildren, 10 In Ihe armed services, and 12 great-grandchildren also survive.