Margaret Miller Hope Obituary

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Margaret Miller Hope Obituary - Margaret Miller Hope Dies Just Before 99th...
Margaret Miller Hope Dies Just Before 99th Birthday There departed this life at 3:30 o'clock this morning a highly respected Ogden woman, * n e a r Centenarian. Mrs. Margaret Miller Hopu aged 98 years, 11 months and 22 days. deceased was the oldest woman sing uoo^i«-ji-- ···-- -- -- . commissioner. Ogden. She reciuvl a very long, witncss thls entitled, "Lord A l l a n s Daugfl- in a distinct tone of voice, at the Old Folks' annual picnic in tiu early summer, held at the Lorin Farr a poem which she learned in 'her early girlhood, nearly 100 years a»o This was followed by an im- ] promptu reception, the enthusiastic; and admiring crowd insisting on shas- i n g h e r hand to the number of hundred. She was very p 1 ' 0 ^," 1 ,,^^ j Inspection "saying that i f " she had been| i c e Victoria she could not have been more highly honored. Mrs. Hope passed peacefully away, like a child going to sleep, her death, a brief illness incident co : her great age, at the home of a granddaughter. Mrs. Frank L. Browning, a 123 Adams avenue, this city, with whom she had made her home for several years past. Mrs. Hope w»s born at Wooler, Northumberland, England,. January- S, being the oldest of a family of six the daughter of William and Jane Her father was a prominent business man, a thirty-second degree i Mason, and grand lodge officer. An 1 heirloom much prized by the deceased the family is her father's Masonic which'is at least 125 years ola. was preceded in death by her five brothers and sisters, one daughter ani h e r husband, who died in England 25 years ago, at which time she came to Ogden to live owing to three her children being residents of this city. She is survived by four children, Mrs. Janes Hope English. William · Miller Hope, Mrs. Margaret Hope : Smurthwaite, all of Ogden, and Alex- Hope, of Redwood,' Cat., 20 -grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchii- dren. Mrs. Hope was a woman of fine mental'attainments, her early education having been acquired in a private school for girls, s. devoted Christian. ! member of the Episcopal church, a mother and grandmother, an affectionate friend and good neighbor. She leaves a host of friends who learned to admire and love her, besides her family, to mourn her loss. The funeral will' take place Thursday, at tho Ninth ward meeting house. «,v tA*^ ,,,..-»- -- -- ·-._. . -«rj][ meet a.t 1 o'clock,-in. charge of Bishop V,. T-.U -- ,»,, T^Vtft. Xyvj-liT- Tn Oil' rua IM OTXTfiri l ;k t ~l** . v i i « · * £ vt J^-JAJ.^^ . b~ ..Ridges. The body may be viewed j L tomorrow afternoon and Thursday at ..i\ias«J. -mo-uvu*. ma. w ^»v,- The annual afternoon and Ihursday ai. u residence of Mrs. Browning 312S ijr residence of Mrs. Browning 312S avenue. Interment win be r,i | View cemetery. ' I " -oo omas

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 26 Dec 1922, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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