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on was curb, behind thrown the Deaths Caroline B. Layman Caroline Baird Layman, 70, wife of William Layman, 352 Second, died Saturday at five p. m. at the family home following an extended -f Thursman, "Phoenix, Ariz.; also 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The body is at Lindquist Sons' mortuary. Alton, Layman was born Oct. 23, Beatrice B. 1873, at Slaterville, a daughter of Robert E. and Jane Hadley Baird. She was reared and educated educated in Weber county schools. She was married-to Mr. Layman on April 7, 1894 at Ogden. The couple had lived in Ogden since. She was a member of the L. u. £· Fifteenth ward. , Surviving besides the husband are the following sons and daugnters: daugnters: Leland J. Layman, Clyde W. Layman, Mrs. Cora Hammer and Miss Virgil Layman, Ogden; Clarence Clarence H. Layman and Mrs. Elzy Brown, North Ogden; Mrs. Lavon Beatrice Bertha Coxwell, 32, died Saturday at three forty-five p. m. at her home at 1915 Stevens Stevens following a brief illness. She was' born Dec. 29, 1910 at Layton, the daughter of Alonzo and Bertha Ann Hodson Bullock. Her father is a resident of Pocatello, Pocatello, Idaho, and her mother resides resides in Ogden. Surviving are her husband, William William K. Coxwell and two daughters, daughters, Betha May and Maxine Coxwell, Coxwell, all of Ogden; four brothers, Wankda Calif.; den, of She church. The Foulger Kin founder

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 28 Nov 1943, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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