Knight Family Tree - aqwg661

Descendents of Richard & Sarah Rogers Knight


Robert COOK was born on 2 Apr 1853 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He died on 4 Dec 1928 in Provo, Utah, Utah. He was buried in Provo City Cemetery, Provo, Utah, Utah. Robert married (MRIN:6633) Alice Sophia KERBY on 26 Sep 1878 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

BURIAL: Robert Cook in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Name: Robert Cook
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1853
Birth Place: Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland
Death Date: 4 Dec 1928
Death Place: Provo, Utah County, Utah, United States of America
Cemetery: Provo City Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Provo, Utah County, Utah, United States of America
Has Bio?: Y
Mother: Elizabeth Lawton Clifton
Spouse: Alice Sophia Cook
Children:
Isabelle Knight
Blanche Kitchen
Rulon Francis Cook
Afton Jorgensen
Robert Lynn Cook
Elizabeth Cook
Mary Alice Mecham
Harriet Cook
Estella Gale
Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
Original data: Find A Grave. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi.

BIOGRAPHY: Robert Cook learned about the Church of JESUS Christ of Latter Day Saints and traveled to America to be a part of the church. He met his wife Alice Sophia Kerby and married her in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is the progenitor for a vast amoung of good people with the surname COOK for his son's descendants and other surnames for his daughter's descendants.
Bio by: Rhonda Hawkins - Find A Grave Memorial 32858178

HISTORY OF ROBERT COOK
I, Robert Cook, was born in Glasgow, Scotland, April 2, 1853. My father's name was John Cook, and my mother's name was Elizabeth Lawton Frith. They were married March l, 1839. I was blessed by Robert Gamble on the 19th of April, l853. My father came into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and only remained a little while; he was disfellowshipped on account of drunkenness, but my mother kept the faith. My father said that none of his family could come to Utah, but the Lord helped mother and they all came to Utah but father. The family moved from Scotland back to their old home, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. My mother was the only one of her family to join the Church, and that too helped to make it hard for her to do her duties, but she was blessed with a determination and a will to do the will of our Heavenly Father, and she was helped by divine Power. My mother took in washing. She washed four and five days a week to help maintain the family, and in this way she put a little away for to come to Utah some day. My brother Mathias was nearly twenty-one years old, he had been sick with rheumatism nearly all his life. He had not been baptized yet, so he and I were baptized March l862 by Thomas Memmitt and confirmed three days after. Matthias was feeling quite blue at this time. Mother asked him if he would like to go to Utah. She said that she had money enough to take two and when they got there they could save and help bring her and the rest of the family. He said he would go, so it was decided that he and Joseph (the next older brother), should go with the next company of Saints that would sail for America, which was about April 23, 1862. Father did not know anything about this move until they were gone. They sent a letter to father saying that they were going to America, and father did not know that they had gone to Utah until after they got there. They reached Salt Lake City, October 1862. On the way brother Joseph became acquainted with a woman by the name of Harriett Hopkins and they were married on Christmas Day after their arrival in Salt Lake City. Matthias met a man by the name of John Eddins and went home with him and agreed to work for him. Eddins gave Matthias one year's wage in advance, so he sent back for us. Mother and the rest of the family, five in all, were able to go to Utah the next year "The Lord moves in a mysterious way, His wonders to perform."
Now arrangements had to be made to get away in the spring without father knowing until we had got far enough away so he could not bring us back. Clothing had to be got for Utah, and how was it to be done without father knowing about it? He, himself, opened the way by getting on a drunken spree, and did not come home until we had all gone. When he came home he found the house all clean and everything in its place and he thought we had gone to grandmother's. So he was quite contented for several days. A neighbor woman who was in the church wrote and told us what he did. She said that father said he could not blame his family for going for he had not treated them right. We left Liverpool May 30, 1863, and landed in New York City, July 19th. Measles broke out among the children, and over twenty were buried at sea. There were 735 people on board. My brother John had the Measles while on the ship and he was sick all the way to Salt Lake City. My mother and sister Jane were sea sick all the way across the ocean. My brother William had to be the cook. I was sea sick one night only. We came up the St. Lawrence River to Albany and were loaded onto cars. We crossed the Niagara River near the Falls we could see them. we changed cars two or three times and the last time was a cattle car with a little straw to sit on. We were unloaded at St. Joseph, Missouri. Just before we were to start up the river, some rough soldiers came and said that a girl had said she would stay with them and they were going to have her, but she hid herself on the boat and they could not find her, so finally they let us go on.

The Civil War was going on at that time. On going up the river before we got to the landing place, about three miles, the boat got stuck on a sand bar and we all had to walk the last two or three miles. I enjoyed this very much. Here we found the wagon from Utah waiting for us. The oxen were nice and fat, having been on good feed. We left this place August l5. A day or two after we started a severe thunder storm set in and the lightening struck a chain on one of the wagons that three yoke of cattle were on and it killed five of the oxen. The meat was dressed and given to the emigrants to eat, a good deal of it was salted down and divided and it was very good. We had a very good trip in crossing the plains. One evening myself, brother William and another boy were up a hollow gathering berries and there was a great bear. We reported in camp what we had seen and all turned out and killed him, and had him for supper. I walked, you might say, all across the plains, it seemed to be no task for me. I kind of liked it. We had one snow storm before we got through. It was a great pleasure to see the great valley of Great Salt Lake. My brother Matthias met us about where the State Penitentiary now is (about 2lst South and l7th East), we unloaded our things right there. This was a joyous meeting. My brother William was walking ahead of the train, therefore missed Matthias, so he walked on to Salt Lake City, and he was told where he would find us. We were about three miles south of the city on the State road, so he came to us that night after dark. The John Edding Family was very good to us, and we were cared for all that winter. I did chores for my board for Jens Christensen, who at that time was living on the Robert T. Burton farm In the spring of 1864 my mother became acquainted with Chas. Clifton and married him. He was a mason by trade. I lived with him three or four months, doing chores for a neighbor, getting 25¢ a week. Later I was hired out to Timothy Gilbert for $60 a year. He lived where Riverton now is. He had charge of a farm belonging to James Gordon and Gordon wanted it himself so that threw me out of employment. So I engaged myself to Samuel Green for one year for $100.00 a year to herd sheep. This was early in the spring of 1865. lst May of this year, my brother Matthias died, and I knew nothing about it until after he was buried. Had he lived until July 5th, he would have been 24 years old. He was to have married Sarah Wells in the fall. This same year I went to see my mother in Salt Lake City, she was so pleased to see me that she did not want me to go back to my job, so my brother Joseph got me a job with some masons at a dollar a day. My stepfather was working away from home at the time, but when he came home he wanted me to help him, so I did, but would have much rather stayed where I was. When cold weather came so we could not work, he told me that I must find a place to work for my board, so I did. I went back to Brother Jens Christensen, the man I boarded with the first winter we came to Utah, and I worked for board and clothes until 1868. This fall and winter, I with brothers Joseph and William worked on the grade of the U.P.R.R. in Weber Canyon. In 1869 the U.P. and C.P. Railroads met at Promontory, north of Ogden. There was much rejoicing at this advent. All the steam whistles there were in Salt Lake blew for about two hours at the driving of the last spike, which was a gold spike. This spike was driven May l0, 1869. When it was learned that this road would not come to Salt Lake City, the people organized themselves into a company and built the Utah Central Railroad, to bring Ogden and Salt Lake City together. This road was finished January 10, 1870. Brigham Young drove the last spike. I heard the stroke and saw the spike. April 25, 1870 I was ordained an Elder by David Day and on the same day I received my Endowments in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City. In the same year I was ordained a Seventy by William Taylor of the Second Quorum of Seventies.
In the fall of 1870 I drove team for William Rigby from Salt Lake City to Alta City, Little Cottonwood Canyon, for about eighteen months. It was tiresome work and I did not like it. February l8, 1873 I received a Patriarchal Blessing from C. W. Hyde of Salt Lake City. This summer I worked on the Gardo House for President Young and in the fall I moved to Wallsburg, Wasatch County, October 25th, and bought a small piece of land, and two town lots In the following spring my mother and her husband came to see me and when they saw the place they wanted to come and make it their home. So they sold their home in Salt Lake and moved out the next fall, 1874. I became acquainted with Alice Kerby who afterwards became my wife. When the Y.W.M.I.A. was organized in that town, I was set apart as one of the counselors to the President. I worked in this capacity a good many years. I was also Superintendent of Sunday School for a long time and I have seen many changes in the method of Sunday School teaching while I was in that work. At first we used to use day school books to read out of in Sunday Schools. In that town it seemed almost like one family. Those days we all could sympathize with each other when in trouble. In 1875, my brother William came with his family to Wallsburg and in January 21, 1876, his wife Ellen died in giving birth to a child. Later he married Mary Taylor of Heber City and they had one child, a girl, and they could not agree so they separated and he moved to Salt Lake City and married Lydia Hartle. He had ten children by her. He moved to Vernal, Uintah County, Utah, about 1895 and he died there with cancer of the stomach May ll, 1920. I was set apart as a block teacher by Bishop Nuttall, 1873. I felt my weakness going among the brethren teaching them, but the Lord helped me and I did the best I could. Later I was called on as a home missionary to go and meet with the different wards in the county. This was a good experience for me. On the 26th of September 1878, Alice Kerby and I were married in the Endowment House, Salt Lake City, by D.H. Wells. Both of our mothers were along with us. This year the grasshoppers laid their eggs in this valley and in the spring of 1879 grasshoppers took all of the grain and nearly all of the hay so we had to send all of the cattle on the Indian Reservation for there was no feed in the valley; this winter was a hard one. Frascers Kerby stayed with us at our home. He had four or five children. Diphtheria broke out among the children in the valley and there was something like thirty died through the winter, but we were blessed. None took the disease in our home at this time. I did a good deal of carpenter work which helped us out in a financial way. July 21, 1880, our daughter Mary Alice was born which brought more joy at home, but I did not know how a mother had to suffer till now. My brother John married Martha A. Nuttall 1880 in Salt Lake City by D. H. Wells. September 1881, myself, wife and baby with Father Kerby with his wife and baby started for St. George to do work in the Temple for the dead. We took our team wagon. We were two weeks on the road to Pahrea, that is where my brothers-in-law lived. We stayed there until after Christmas. The whole town ate Christmas dinner together. While we were at Pahrea my brother-in-law Frances Kerby and his father and their wives went to Kanab to visit and get flour. They took one of my horses and one of theirs. The horses got away from them. Their horse came home but mine did not. So I took my other horse and the one that came back and I started after them. I passed them on the road and went on to Kanab before I knew that I had passed them. I found them the next day camped in some Cendos and they were pleased to see me, so we all got home that night but my horse was gone, and left us in a strange country. But we all prayed to the Lord about it and we were in earnest. Next morning, myself and Frances took wagon and horses and food for several days. That night we asked the Lord to help us in finding the horse. We started the next morning and we almost went straight to where she was, so we went home rejoicing. January, 1882, we started for St. George. The first night out it snowed on us about six inches. This evening I got my toe frozen. It was quite painful. One of the most pleasing sights I ever saw was when we came in sight of the Temple. We had to stop and look at it. It looked so heavenly. We rented two rooms from a Brother Hardy. We worked in the Temple about a month and moved to Washington and stayed with P. H. McQuire. Francis Kerby left for his home again. I kept going back to the Temple every day they worked, for about three weeks. While we were here, our baby took sick, canker, and we thought we were going to lose her, but we administered to her and through prayer, her life was spared. While here my father-in-law painted Brother McQuires' house on the inside. In March we started for home and the first few days all went well. When we got to Levan, one of our horses took sick and I had to leave all the folks and took the other horse and go home for another. While I was gone, my father-in-law painted the Bishop's house on the inside to pay the expenses for staying there. When I got to Provo City I found Joseph Kerby with a pair of horses so we returned to Levan, found my sick horse all well, so we made another start for home and got there on Sunday, and found all well and everybody glad to see us and we were glad to see them. While we were at the St. George Temple, myself and wife gave Endowments to Matthias Cook, my brother, and Betsy Lawton and had them sealed on the same
day, February 9, 1882. Jane Hardcastle, who is dead, by the consent of her mother was sealed December 18, 1884 to my brother Matthias at Logan Temple. January 6, 1883, our daughter Elizabeth was born. When she was a small baby she got very sick and it was said that she could not get better but by the blessing of the Lord,
she was restored to health again. She was blessed by myself, February l, 1883. I was set apart by one of the presidents of the 20th Quorum of Seventy located in
Heber City, January 1, 1885, by Seymore S. Young. At the organization of the 96th Quorum of Seventies, it composed the Seventies of Midway and Charleston, also
of Wallsburg, I was sustained as one of its presidents, November, 1886. I enjoyed my labors with those brethren. We were united in our duties. In the fall of 1886 I worked on Stake House in Heber City for one_month. Bathsheba Minette Kerby, one of Alma Kerby's daughters whose mother died when she was two years old, was cared for by us from babyhood until she got married. I baptized her October l8, 1885 and she was confirmed by Mathew Tompson. Our third child Robert Lynn was born at Wallsburg August 8, 1885 and was blessed by myself. My mother after suffering for many years with asthma finally overcame with it and on April 27, 1887, she died and we buried her in Salt Lake City Graveyard. She was full of faith in the gospel to the last. I was ordained a High Priest by Apostles Frances M. Lyman and John W. Taylor, and set apart as First Counselor to Bishop F. A. Froughton of Wallsburg Ward, Wasatch Stake of Zion August 4, 1888. My daughter Mary Alice was baptized by F. A. Froughton August 12, 1888 and confirmed by Joseph Kerby. Our daughter Harriet was born in Wallsburg June 26, 1888 and blessed by Francis Kerby, her grandfather. My sister, Jane Farrer received a Patriarchal blessing by W.J. Smith, July 3, 1879. My daughter Lizzie was baptized by I.0. Wall August, 1981 and she was confirmed the same day by E.A. Duke. Our daughter, Blanch was our fifth child, born December 27, 1890 and was blessed by myself February 5, 1891. The latter part of December 1891, diphtheria broke out in our family and our daughter Harriet died January 10, 1892. She was a bright little girl, but it seemed like that she was wanted somewhere else. The Lord knows best. My mother-in-law died May 9, 1893. In 1893 my son Robert Lynn was baptized by F.A. Fraughton and confirmed by E.A. Duke. This day I conducted the confirmations, there being a good number getting baptized that day, this was the 9th of August 1893. They were confirmed the same day. My daughter Isabella was born at Wallsburg May 5, 1893 and was blessed by myself June 1, 1893.

April 6, 1892, myself and family was at the laying of the capstone of the Salt Lake Temple and witnessed the unveiling of the Angel. I took part in the shout, Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna, to Lord and the Lamb, repeated three times by a great mass of people, and the shout must have been heard a long way off. President Wilford Woodruff touched the electric button and stone was raised to its place at the top. Apostle F.M. Lyman proposed that the Temple be finished one year from that time and he proposed to give $1,000 himself. This would make it just forty years from when it was first started, and there was a unanimous vote to complete it on the 6th of April, 1893. One or two days before its dedication, people that were not members of the church were allowed to pass through and see the inside. April 6th, I was privileged to be at the first dedicatory services, President Woodruff presiding. At this gathering, bishops and counselors were privileged to be there so I took the opportunity. And how the wind did blow on the outside, signs were blown down all along Main Street, but on the inside the spirit of the Lord prevailed. Again on the third day with the Wasatch Stake I passed through again, this time President Joseph F. Smith, presiding. My niece, Bathsheba Minnett Kerby was with me this time. I still had another opportunity in a few days to go through again as a representative of the Aaronic Priesthood, but my wife was not well at home and I felt that I should go home. I was told that on the first day, April 6, a large eagle lit on the end of the angel's trumpet. My wife, Alice, received a Patriarchal Blessing when she was 12 years old, September 26, 1873, by Levi Hancock, and another by John Duke, a Patriarch, May 12, 1895. My daughters, Mary Alice, Elizabeth and my son Robert Lynn all received a blessing by Brother Duke. Estella was born January 17, 1896. She was blessed by myself March 5, 1896. May 9, 1898 I ordained William A. Nuttall a Teacher. Annie Dahlan and Mariam Kerby were confirmed members of the church July 9, 1898 by me. I blessed four children on the 2nd day of January 1898, whose names were Ernest Mechan, Boyd Wall, Samuel M. McFee, Gerald Mecham. I confirmed my daughter Blanch and William O. Mecham July 29, 1899. February 6, 1899, ordained my son Robert Lynn a Deacon and April 8, I ordained John Harris Greer a Deacon. In this same year I blessed two children, one on January 1, and the other February 5, 1899. My son Rulon Francis was born in Wallsburg, Wasatch County, October 15, 1901, blessed by me November 6, 1901. Isabell, my daughter was baptized by me on the 24 July 1901, and she was con- firmed August 4, by me. My son Rulon Francis was born October 15, 1901. Estella, my daughter, was baptized by me on the 28th day of July, 1904 and confirmed 31st of July 1904 by W.J. Boren. Our daughter Afton was born May 29, 1904 at Wallsburg, Wasatch County and blessed by me July 3. We sold out our home in Wallsburg, April, 1905 and moved to Timpanogos Ward on Provo Bench, Utah Stake of Zion. we liked our new ome,.but it was spoiled by my wife dying on the 4th day of July, 1906, taking a baby boy with her, leaving nine children at home. I will never forget the day. My wife said at five o'clock in the morning that she felt fine, that she had rested good all night, but by four o'clock in the afternoon she was gone forever as far as mortality is concerned. Nearly twenty years have passed and I am still lonesome and life is dull without her. When my wife died I was owing $800, but through the blessings of the Lord I was able to pay all off in three years. In the fall of 1906 I was given the janitor work in the schoolhouse and it proved to be a great blessing to me in helping to provide for the family; it lasted a long time. I baptized my daughter Bessie September 9, 1906 with 15 or 20 others and my daughter was confirmed a member by Andrew Hood. In November, I was appointed a block teacher by the Bishop of the ward and in this capacity I still labor. In the fall of this year my son Robert Lynn was called to take a Missionary Course in the B.Y.U., preparatory to going on a mission.

In the spring of this year I planted out about 600 peach and other kinds of trees, and my wife cut off the ends of strawberry plants roots enough to plant two acres of ground while I planted them and we were able to have a good crop of strawberries the next year. And also this same year I planted out one acre of
raspberries. October 23, I907, my son Robert Lynn was called to take a mission to the Southern States and was set apart by Rudger Clawson, one of the Apostles, and was sent to East Kentucky Conference. I went with him to Salt Lake City to see him off. I could not help but cry and yet was glad to think that he was worthy to go on a mission. My son Robert Lynn had been ordained an Elder by Don C. Clayton, October 9, 1907 and received Endowments October 11. August 16, 1908 I was chosen by the High Priests of Timpanogos Ward to preside over the branch organization of High Priest in the ward and set apart by Harvey Cluff to that position. My daughter, Mary Alice, received her endowments and was married to Alma Mecham November 25, 1908 in the Temple by John R. Winder. My son Rulon Francis was baptized October 15, 1909 by me and confirmed by Theodore Farley, October l7. May 29, 1910 on Afton's birthday (she commenced school this year). My son R. L. Cook came home from his mission after being gone for 30 months and we were all pleased to see him. My daughter Blanch received her endowments and was married to Levi Kitchen in Salt Lake Temple January 18, l911. My son Robert L. was married to Rosalee Terry June 7, 1911 by A. H. Lund, Salt Lake Temple. Joseph Kerby, my wife's brother died September 16, 1911. On the 18 June, 1912 my daughter Afton was baptized by me and confirmed by O. L. Terry June 23. Rulon Francis, my son, was ordained a Deacon by Raymond
Partridge November 24, 1913. Francis Kerby, my father-in-law, died at Wallsburg September 13, 1914. I was given my second endowments in Salt Lake Temple,
February 13, 1914 by A. H. Lund. April 21, 1915 my daughter Isabella was married to Alfred Newel Knight in the Salt Lake Temple by Alvin F. Smith. Estella my daughter, received a Patriarchal Blessing from Albert Jones July 7, 1915, also Bessie received one at the same time. Alma Kerby, my wife's brother died 1916 in Arizona. Isabella with her husband moved to Burley, Idaho, 1916. Lynn, Alma, Levi went out on the Indian Reservation and bought land. They seemed to like that country and early in the spring they went out to plant their crops, and in the fall of 1917, moved their families out there all going at the same time. May 11, 1917, my Blanch received a Patriarchal Blessing from Albert Jones. Rulon Francis, my boy, was ordained a teacher by Otto J. Poulson, March 4, 1918. My daughter, Isabella came back from Idaho while her husband was gone on a mission to the Eastern States. She lived in with me while he was gone. This was in May, 1919. November 1920, I was appointed one of the ward committee on Temple and Genealogy work. My boy Rulon Francis was ordained a Priest b Charles D. Terry, May 2, 1920. My daughter Isabella moved back to Idaho with her husband and children to Burley on their old farm, March 1921. Isabella Penrod, a sister to my wife, died in Declo, Idaho July 20, 1922. My daughter Estella married Laurence Allen of Ogden. They were married at Farmington, Davis County, Utah, December 31, 1923. My tithing, this year, 1924, is the most I have paid at one time, $98.46. My son, Rulon Francis was ordained an Elder by James H. Clark April 19, 1925. Francis
Kerby, my wife's brother was run down by a hobo and was killed on November 12, 1925 in Arizona. On February 3, 1926 I was set apart by the Bishopric of
Timpanogos Ward as Second Counselor to Brother J. W. Latter in the Genealogy and Temple Committee in the Ward. (Robert died on December 4, 1928 in Provo, Utah)

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U8111 - Robert & Alice Sophia Kerby Cook p/o Isabelle Cook Knight - B/L/R Bess, Isabella, Blanche, Estella F/L/R Alice Kerby Cook, Afton, Robert Cook, Rulon & Elizabeth Cook - Ancestry.com

Alice Sophia KERBY was born on 11 Jan 1862 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. She died on 4 Jul 1906 in Provo, Utah, Utah. She was buried in Provo City Cemetery, Provo, Utah, Utah. Alice married (MRIN:6633) Robert COOK on 26 Sep 1878 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

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DEATH: Alice S. Kirby Cook in the Utah, Death Registers, 1847-1966
Name: Alice S. Kirby Cook
Gender: Female
Age: 44
Birth Date: abt 1862
Death Date: 4 Jul 1906
Death County: Utah
State File Number: 1906001859
Source Citation: Utah State Archives and Records Service; Salt Lake City, UT; Utah State Archives and Records Service; File Number #: 1906001859
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Utah, Death Registers, 1847-1966 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

BURIAL: Alice Sophia Cook in the U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Name: Alice Sophia Cook
Maiden Name: Kerby
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 11 Jan 1862
Birth Place: Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States of America
Death Date: 4 Jul 1906
Death Place: Provo, Utah County, Utah, United States of America
Cemetery: Provo City Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Provo, Utah County, Utah, United States of America
Has Bio?: Y
Father: Francis Kerby
Mother: Marie Kerby
Spouse: Robert Cook
Children:
Isabelle Knight
Blanche Kitchen
Rulon Francis Cook
Afton Jorgensen
Robert Lynn Cook
Elizabeth Cook
Mary Alice Mecham
Harriet Cook
Estella Gale
Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
Original data: Find A Grave. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi.

They had the following children.

  F i Isabelle COOK was born on 5 May 1893. She died on 22 Jan 1950 from Cerebral Thrombosis.

Afton Wilford KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 11 Dec 1916 in Santa Clara, Washington, Utah. He died on 27 Apr 1954 in Saint George, Washington, Utah from Massive upper gastro-intestinal hemorrhage - caused by bleeding duodenal ulcer and esophageal varices. He was buried in Santa Clara Cemetery, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah. Afton married (MRIN:6634) Audrine GOLLAHER.

Afton died on 27 Apr 1954 in Saint George, Washington, Utah from Utah Death Certificate.

DEATH: Name: Afton Wilford Knight
Titles:
Death date: 27 Apr 1954
Death place: St. George, Washington, Utah, United States
Official Cause of Death: Massive upper gastro-intestinal hemorrhage-Bleeding duodenal ulcer
and esophageal varices
Birth date: 11 Dec 1916
Estimated birth year:
Birth place: Santa Clara, Utah
Age at death: 37 years
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color: Caucasian
Spouse name: Audrine Knight
Father name: Wilford Woodruff Knight
Father titles:
Mother name: Josephine Baumann
Mother titles:
GSU film number:
Digital GS number: 4093590
Image number: 0019
Reference number: 5404568
Collection: Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956
Certificate on file

CENSUS: 1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Afton Knight
Home in 1920: Provo Ward 3, Utah, Utah
Age: 4 years 0 months
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1916
Birthplace: Utah
Relation to Head of House: Granddaughter  
Father's Birth Place: Utah  
Mother's Name: Isabella
Mother's Birth Place: Utah  
Marital Status: Single  
Race: White
Sex: Female
Image: 883  
Household Members: Name Age
Robert Cook 66  
Lizzie Cook 56  
Stella Cook 26  
Bessie Cook 24  
Rulon Cook 18  
Afton Cook 15  
Isabella Knight 28  
Afton Knight 4 0/12  
Glenn Knight 1 6/12  
Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Provo Ward 3, Utah, Utah; Roll: T625_1868; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 213; Image: 883.

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Name: Afton Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Santa Clara, Santa Clara Election Precinct, Washington, Utah, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 23
Marital Status: Married
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Head
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Head
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1917
Residence in 1935: Same Place
Enumeration District Number: 27-24
Family Number: 4
Sheet Number and Letter: 1A
Line Number: 11
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 4221
Digital Folder Number: 005459994
Image Number: 00453
Collection: United States Census, 1940

MILITARY: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K85Z-6LF
name: Afton W Knight
name (original): Afton W Knight
event: Military Service
event date: 10 Nov 1944
term of enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
event place: Ft Douglas, Utah, United States
residence:
race: White
citizenship: citizen
birth year: 1916
birthplace: UTAH
education: 4 years of high school
civilian occupation: Semiskilled chauffeurs and drivers, bus, taxi, truck, and tractor
marital status: Married
rank: Private
army branch: No branch assignment
army component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
source: Civil Life
serial number: 39937092
nara publication title: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946
arc identifier: 1263923
card, box and reel number: 14867.57
Collection: Afton W Knight, "United States, World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946"

Name: Afton Wilford Knight
Death date: 27 Apr 1954
Death place: St George, Washington, Utah
Birthdate: 11 Dec 1916
Birthplace: Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
Cemetery: City
Burial place: Santa Clara, Washington, Utah
Military unit:
Branch of service: Army
War: World War 2
Film number: 485503
Digital GS number: 4236721
Image number: 00570
Collection: Veterans with Federal Service Buried in Utah, Territorial to 1966

BURIAL: Utah Cemetery Inventory
Name: Afton Wilford Knight
Birth Date: 11 Dec 1916
Birth Place: Santa Clara, UT  
Death Date: 27 Apr 1954
Death Place: California  
Cemetery: Santa Clara City Cemetery  
Source: Sexton Records / Grant  
Grave Location: 3D09  
Source Information:
Utah State Historical Society, comp.. Utah Cemetery Inventory [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000. Original data: Utah State Historical Society. Utah Cemetery Inventory. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: 2000.

MEDIA: U0963 - Afton Wilford Knight received the WWII Victory Medal and Service Lapel button - National World War II Memorial - Memorial placed by Charles L. Clayton
U1278 - Afton Wilford Knight - from FAG memorial
U5256 - Samuel Dee, Clinton John, Alfred, Afton Wilford and La Mar Martin Knight - Familysearch.org

Audrine GOLLAHER was born on 24 Apr 1922 in Tooele, Tooele, Utah. She died on 22 Nov 1979 in Saint George, Washington, Utah. She was buried in Santa Clara Cemetery, Santa Clara, Washington, Utah. Audrine married (MRIN:6634) Afton Wilford KNIGHT.

CENSUS: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT48-NXF
Name: Andrene Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Santa Clara, Santa Clara Election Precinct, Washington, Utah, United States
Gender: Female
Age: 17
Marital Status: Married
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Wife
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Wife
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1923
Residence in 1935: Saint George, Washington
Enumeration District Number: 27-24
Family Number: 4
Sheet Number and Letter: 1A
Line Number: 12
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 4221
Digital Folder Number: 005459994
Image Number: 00453
Collection: United States Census, 1940

They had the following children.

  M i
Wilford Afton KNIGHT was born on 9 Jan 1938 in Saint George, Washington, Utah. He died on 23 Sep 1989 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.

DEATH: California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Wilford Afton Knight
Social Security #: 529406525  
Sex: MALE  
Birth Date: 9 Jan 1938
Birthplace: Utah  
Death Date: 23 Sep 1989
Death Place: Los Angeles  
Mother's Maiden Name: Gollaher  
Source Citation: Place: Los Angeles; Date: 23 Sep 1989; Social Security: 529406525.

CENSUS: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT48-NXN
Name: Wilford A Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Santa Clara, Santa Clara Election Precinct, Washington, Utah, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 2
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Son
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1938
Residence in 1935:
Enumeration District Number: 27-24
Family Number: 4
Sheet Number and Letter: 1A
Line Number: 13
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 4221
Digital Folder Number: 005459994
Image Number: 00453
Collection: United States Census, 1940
  M ii
DeWilde KNIGHT.
  F iii
Shadra KNIGHT.

William Hyrum SMITH was born on 1 Jan 1921 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. He died on 14 Aug 2004 in Escondido, San Diego, California. William married (MRIN:6635) Ruth Clarice KNIGHT on 30 Aug 1943 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

MEDIA: U2633 - William & Ruth Knight Smith & Family - Samans/Fowles/Hogan/Western/Campbell/Bargmann Family - Public Trees Ancestry
U2634 - William Hyrum Smith h/o Ruth Knight Smith - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry

Ruth Clarice KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 19 Dec 1923 in Pella, Cassia, Idaho. She died on 2 Feb 2005 in Hemet, Riverside, California. Ruth married (MRIN:6635) William Hyrum SMITH on 30 Aug 1943 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

CENSUS: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY4V-1BQ
Name: Ruth Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Pella Election Precinct, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Birthplace: Idaho
Estimated Birth Year: 1924
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 16-29
Family Number: 33
Sheet Number and Letter: 3A
Line Number: 3
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 744
Digital Folder Number: 005460529
Image Number: 00494
Collection: United States Census, 1940

MEDIA: U2625 - Alfred N. & Isabelle Cook Knight & Family (See AQ notes for list) - Knight Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back - Ruth, Afton, Don, Newel Middle - Glen, Fred, Belle, Dale Front - Nedra, Clyde
Ruth Knight d/o Alfred Newell & isabelle Cook Knight w/o Milton D. Alexander - Samans/Fowles/Hogan/Western/Campbell/Bargmann Family - Public Trees Ancestry
U2633 - William & Ruth Knight Smith & Family - Samans/Fowles/Hogan/Western/Campbell/Bargmann Family - Public Trees Ancestry

DEATH: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VSC6-W46
Given Name: Ruth
Middle Name: K
Surname: Smith
Name Suffix:
Birth Date: 19 December 1923
Social Security Number: 566-24-0513
State: California
Last Place of Residence: Escondido, San diego, California
Previous Residence Postal Code: 92025
Event Date: 2 February 2005
Age: 82
Collection: Ruth K Smith, "United States Social Security Death Index"


Newell Lynn KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 3 Nov 1925 in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He died on 29 Mar 2002 in Cassia County, Idaho from Heart failure. He was buried in Pella Cemetery, Cassia County, Idaho. Newell married (MRIN:6636) Georgia Ann ANDREW on 7 Sep 1943 in Cassia County, Idaho.

Other marriages:
ZUNDEL, Ada Wallner
CORAK, Alice Jean

CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Newell L Knight
Home in 1930: Pella, Cassia, Idaho
Age: 4
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1925  
Relation to Head of House: Son  
Father's Name: Alferd N
Mother's Name: Isabell
Occupation:
Household Members: Name Age
Alferd N Knight 36  
Isabell Knight 37  
Afton Knight 14  
Glen F Knight 11  
Dale C Knight 8  
Ruth Knight 6  
Newell L Knight 4 5/12  
Don R Knight 1 10/12  
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pella, Cassia, Idaho; Roll: 398; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 454.0.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY4V-1B7
Name: Newell L Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Pella Election Precinct, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 14
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Race (Standardized): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Son
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1926
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 16-29
Family Number: 33
Sheet Number and Letter: 3A
Line Number: 4
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 744
Digital Folder Number: 005460529
Image Number: 00494
Collection: United States Census, 1940

MEDIA: U2198 - Newell Lynn Knight s/o Alfred Newell & Isabelle Cook Knight - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2197 - Newell Lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2625 - Alfred N. & Isabelle Cook Knight & Family (See AQ notes for list) - Knight Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back - Ruth, Afton, Don, Newel Middle - Glen, Fred, Belle, Dale Front - Nedra, Clyde
U2643 - Newell lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight Family (See AQ notes for list) - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back from left to right: Gail Lynn Knight, Joseph Newel Knight, Newel Lynn Knight, Rozlyn Raider, James Dale Knight. Front Row: Michael A Knight, Alice Jean Corak Knight, Allan Jay Knight
U3102 - Alfred Newel Knight and his sons (Glen Fred - Dale C. - Newell Lynn - Robert Don - Clyde Erwin Knight) - Pearson/Sullivan Family History Site - Public Trees Ancestry

OBITUARY: Newel L. Knight
Burley - Newel Lynn Knight, 76-year-old Boise resident, formerly of Burley, died Friday, March 29, 2002, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. He was born November 3, 1925, in Pleasant Grove, Utah, the son of Alfred Newel and Isabelle Cook Knight. At an early age, Newel moved with his family to Burley, where he received his education and where he lived most of his life. He was a well known Brick Mason in the Burley area and was also manager of Western Farm Service for a number of years. He married Alice Jean Corak on August 30, 1963, in Burley. Their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he served faithfully throughout his life. He was very talented and will be remembered for rebuilding old motorcycles. For the past two years, he and Alice have resided in Boise. He is survived by his wife, Alice Knight of Boise; his children, Gail Knight and Mike Knight both of Twin Falls, Jim Knight of Fruit Heights, Utah, Allan Knight of Filer, and Rosilyn Rader of Boise; two sisters, Ruth Smith and Nedra Gooch both of Hemet, California; one brother, Clyde Knight of Shelton, Washington; 30 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; his oldest son, Joseph Newel Knight; three brothers; one sister; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at the Pella First and Second Ward Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 400 South 160 West of Burley, with Bishop Bruce R. Bowen officiating. Interment will follow at the Pella Cemetery.

Deceased  
Name: Newel Lynn Knight  
Event Type: Obituary  
Event Date: 2002  
Event Place: Idaho, United States
Gender: Male  
Age: 76  
Relationship to Deceased: Deceased  
Birth Date: 03 Nov 1925  
Birthplace: Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States  
Death Date: 29 Mar 2002  
Death Place: Boise  
Spouse and Children
Alice Jean Corak Knight   Wife  Female  
Gail Knight Child  Unknown  
Mike Knight Child  Male  
Jim Knight   Child  Male  
Allan Knight   Child  Male  
Rosilyn Rader   Child  Unknown  
Joseph Newel Knight   Son    Male
Parents and Siblings
Alfred Newel Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Isabelle Cook Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Ruth Smith   Sister  Female  
Nedra Gooch   Sister  Female  
Clyde Knight   Brother  Male  
Others on Record
Bishop Bruce R Bowen       Non-Relative  Unknown  
Citing this Record
"Idaho, Southern Counties Obituaries, 1943-2013," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS8-VNTL : accessed 23 Aug 2014), Newel Lynn Knight, 2002; citing Blackfood Idaho Family History Center, Blackfoot.

Georgia Ann ANDREW was born on 29 Mar 1925 in Heyburn, Minnedoka, Idaho. She died on 1 Nov 1956 in Van Nuys, Los Angles, California. She was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho. Georgia married (MRIN:6636) Newell Lynn KNIGHT on 7 Sep 1943 in Cassia County, Idaho.

BIOGRAPHY: California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Georgia Knight
[Georgia Andrew]  
Social Security #: 0
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 29 Mar 1925
Birthplace: Idaho
Death Date: 1 Nov 1956
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Durfee
Father's Surname: Andrew
Source Citation: Place: Los Angeles; Date: 1 Nov 1956; Social Security: 0.
Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.
Original data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.

MARRIAGE: Western States Marriage Record Index
BYU Special Collections
Groom Last Name: KNIGHT
Groom First Name: Newell Lynn
Groom Residence: Burley, Idaho
Bride Last Name: ANDREW
Bride First Name: Georgie
Bride Residence: Burley, Idaho
Place: Burley
Date: 07 Sep 1943  
County of Record: Cassia
State: Idaho
Volume: 6
Page: 102
Comment: Instrument No. 146019

They had the following children.

  M i Joseph Newell KNIGHT was born on 26 Apr 1944. He died on 29 Jul 1996.
  M ii James Dale KNIGHT was born on 4 Aug 1949.
  M iii Michael A. KNIGHT was born on 1 Oct 1951.
  F iv Gail Lynn KNIGHT.

Newell Lynn KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 3 Nov 1925 in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He died on 29 Mar 2002 in Cassia County, Idaho from Heart failure. He was buried in Pella Cemetery, Cassia County, Idaho. Newell married (MRIN:6637) Ada Wallner ZUNDEL on 8 Mar 1957 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. The marriage ended in divorce.

Other marriages:
ANDREW, Georgia Ann
CORAK, Alice Jean

CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Newell L Knight
Home in 1930: Pella, Cassia, Idaho
Age: 4
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1925  
Relation to Head of House: Son  
Father's Name: Alferd N
Mother's Name: Isabell
Occupation:
Household Members: Name Age
Alferd N Knight 36  
Isabell Knight 37  
Afton Knight 14  
Glen F Knight 11  
Dale C Knight 8  
Ruth Knight 6  
Newell L Knight 4 5/12  
Don R Knight 1 10/12  
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pella, Cassia, Idaho; Roll: 398; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 454.0.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY4V-1B7
Name: Newell L Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Pella Election Precinct, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 14
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Race (Standardized): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Son
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1926
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 16-29
Family Number: 33
Sheet Number and Letter: 3A
Line Number: 4
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 744
Digital Folder Number: 005460529
Image Number: 00494
Collection: United States Census, 1940

MEDIA: U2198 - Newell Lynn Knight s/o Alfred Newell & Isabelle Cook Knight - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2197 - Newell Lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2625 - Alfred N. & Isabelle Cook Knight & Family (See AQ notes for list) - Knight Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back - Ruth, Afton, Don, Newel Middle - Glen, Fred, Belle, Dale Front - Nedra, Clyde
U2643 - Newell lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight Family (See AQ notes for list) - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back from left to right: Gail Lynn Knight, Joseph Newel Knight, Newel Lynn Knight, Rozlyn Raider, James Dale Knight. Front Row: Michael A Knight, Alice Jean Corak Knight, Allan Jay Knight
U3102 - Alfred Newel Knight and his sons (Glen Fred - Dale C. - Newell Lynn - Robert Don - Clyde Erwin Knight) - Pearson/Sullivan Family History Site - Public Trees Ancestry

OBITUARY: Newel L. Knight
Burley - Newel Lynn Knight, 76-year-old Boise resident, formerly of Burley, died Friday, March 29, 2002, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. He was born November 3, 1925, in Pleasant Grove, Utah, the son of Alfred Newel and Isabelle Cook Knight. At an early age, Newel moved with his family to Burley, where he received his education and where he lived most of his life. He was a well known Brick Mason in the Burley area and was also manager of Western Farm Service for a number of years. He married Alice Jean Corak on August 30, 1963, in Burley. Their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he served faithfully throughout his life. He was very talented and will be remembered for rebuilding old motorcycles. For the past two years, he and Alice have resided in Boise. He is survived by his wife, Alice Knight of Boise; his children, Gail Knight and Mike Knight both of Twin Falls, Jim Knight of Fruit Heights, Utah, Allan Knight of Filer, and Rosilyn Rader of Boise; two sisters, Ruth Smith and Nedra Gooch both of Hemet, California; one brother, Clyde Knight of Shelton, Washington; 30 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; his oldest son, Joseph Newel Knight; three brothers; one sister; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at the Pella First and Second Ward Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 400 South 160 West of Burley, with Bishop Bruce R. Bowen officiating. Interment will follow at the Pella Cemetery.

Deceased  
Name: Newel Lynn Knight  
Event Type: Obituary  
Event Date: 2002  
Event Place: Idaho, United States
Gender: Male  
Age: 76  
Relationship to Deceased: Deceased  
Birth Date: 03 Nov 1925  
Birthplace: Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States  
Death Date: 29 Mar 2002  
Death Place: Boise  
Spouse and Children
Alice Jean Corak Knight   Wife  Female  
Gail Knight Child  Unknown  
Mike Knight Child  Male  
Jim Knight   Child  Male  
Allan Knight   Child  Male  
Rosilyn Rader   Child  Unknown  
Joseph Newel Knight   Son    Male
Parents and Siblings
Alfred Newel Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Isabelle Cook Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Ruth Smith   Sister  Female  
Nedra Gooch   Sister  Female  
Clyde Knight   Brother  Male  
Others on Record
Bishop Bruce R Bowen       Non-Relative  Unknown  
Citing this Record
"Idaho, Southern Counties Obituaries, 1943-2013," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS8-VNTL : accessed 23 Aug 2014), Newel Lynn Knight, 2002; citing Blackfood Idaho Family History Center, Blackfoot.

Ada Wallner ZUNDEL was born on 5 Nov 1912 in Bisbee, Cochise, Arizona. She died on 3 Apr 2008 in Cave Creek, Maricopa, Arizona. Ada married (MRIN:6637) Newell Lynn KNIGHT on 8 Mar 1957 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. The marriage ended in divorce.

MEDIA: U4936 - Ada Wallner Zundel Knight 2nd/w/o Newell Lynn Knight - All Public Member Photos

They had the following children.

  M i Alan Jay KNIGHT was born on 2 Feb 1959.

Newell Lynn KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 3 Nov 1925 in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Utah. He died on 29 Mar 2002 in Cassia County, Idaho from Heart failure. He was buried in Pella Cemetery, Cassia County, Idaho. Newell married (MRIN:6638) Alice Jean CORAK on 30 Aug 1963 in Murtaugh, Twin Falls, Idaho.

Other marriages:
ANDREW, Georgia Ann
ZUNDEL, Ada Wallner

CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Newell L Knight
Home in 1930: Pella, Cassia, Idaho
Age: 4
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1925  
Relation to Head of House: Son  
Father's Name: Alferd N
Mother's Name: Isabell
Occupation:
Household Members: Name Age
Alferd N Knight 36  
Isabell Knight 37  
Afton Knight 14  
Glen F Knight 11  
Dale C Knight 8  
Ruth Knight 6  
Newell L Knight 4 5/12  
Don R Knight 1 10/12  
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pella, Cassia, Idaho; Roll: 398; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 454.0.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY4V-1B7
Name: Newell L Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Pella Election Precinct, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 14
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Race (Standardized): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Son
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1926
Residence in 1935: Same House
Enumeration District Number: 16-29
Family Number: 33
Sheet Number and Letter: 3A
Line Number: 4
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 744
Digital Folder Number: 005460529
Image Number: 00494
Collection: United States Census, 1940

MEDIA: U2198 - Newell Lynn Knight s/o Alfred Newell & Isabelle Cook Knight - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2197 - Newell Lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U2625 - Alfred N. & Isabelle Cook Knight & Family (See AQ notes for list) - Knight Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back - Ruth, Afton, Don, Newel Middle - Glen, Fred, Belle, Dale Front - Nedra, Clyde
U2643 - Newell lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight Family (See AQ notes for list) - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back from left to right: Gail Lynn Knight, Joseph Newel Knight, Newel Lynn Knight, Rozlyn Raider, James Dale Knight. Front Row: Michael A Knight, Alice Jean Corak Knight, Allan Jay Knight
U3102 - Alfred Newel Knight and his sons (Glen Fred - Dale C. - Newell Lynn - Robert Don - Clyde Erwin Knight) - Pearson/Sullivan Family History Site - Public Trees Ancestry

OBITUARY: Newel L. Knight
Burley - Newel Lynn Knight, 76-year-old Boise resident, formerly of Burley, died Friday, March 29, 2002, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise. He was born November 3, 1925, in Pleasant Grove, Utah, the son of Alfred Newel and Isabelle Cook Knight. At an early age, Newel moved with his family to Burley, where he received his education and where he lived most of his life. He was a well known Brick Mason in the Burley area and was also manager of Western Farm Service for a number of years. He married Alice Jean Corak on August 30, 1963, in Burley. Their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. He was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, where he served faithfully throughout his life. He was very talented and will be remembered for rebuilding old motorcycles. For the past two years, he and Alice have resided in Boise. He is survived by his wife, Alice Knight of Boise; his children, Gail Knight and Mike Knight both of Twin Falls, Jim Knight of Fruit Heights, Utah, Allan Knight of Filer, and Rosilyn Rader of Boise; two sisters, Ruth Smith and Nedra Gooch both of Hemet, California; one brother, Clyde Knight of Shelton, Washington; 30 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; his oldest son, Joseph Newel Knight; three brothers; one sister; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at the Pella First and Second Ward Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 400 South 160 West of Burley, with Bishop Bruce R. Bowen officiating. Interment will follow at the Pella Cemetery.

Deceased  
Name: Newel Lynn Knight  
Event Type: Obituary  
Event Date: 2002  
Event Place: Idaho, United States
Gender: Male  
Age: 76  
Relationship to Deceased: Deceased  
Birth Date: 03 Nov 1925  
Birthplace: Pleasant Grove, Utah, United States  
Death Date: 29 Mar 2002  
Death Place: Boise  
Spouse and Children
Alice Jean Corak Knight   Wife  Female  
Gail Knight Child  Unknown  
Mike Knight Child  Male  
Jim Knight   Child  Male  
Allan Knight   Child  Male  
Rosilyn Rader   Child  Unknown  
Joseph Newel Knight   Son    Male
Parents and Siblings
Alfred Newel Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Isabelle Cook Knight   Parent  Unknown  
Ruth Smith   Sister  Female  
Nedra Gooch   Sister  Female  
Clyde Knight   Brother  Male  
Others on Record
Bishop Bruce R Bowen       Non-Relative  Unknown  
Citing this Record
"Idaho, Southern Counties Obituaries, 1943-2013," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS8-VNTL : accessed 23 Aug 2014), Newel Lynn Knight, 2002; citing Blackfood Idaho Family History Center, Blackfoot.

Alice Jean CORAK was born on 22 Apr 1924 in Hollister, Twin Falls, Idaho. She died on 26 Jan 2012 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. She was buried in Pella Cemetery, Cassia County, Idaho. Alice married (MRIN:6638) Newell Lynn KNIGHT on 30 Aug 1963 in Murtaugh, Twin Falls, Idaho.

BIOGRAPHY: U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2
Name: Alice J Knight
Birth Date: 22 Apr 1924
Address: 400 S 40 W
City: Burley
State: ID
Zip Code: 83318
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index, Volume 2 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Original data: Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings

OBITUARY: Alice Jean Knight
January 29, 2012 12:00 am
BOISE • Alice Jean Knight passed away Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012, at the Overland Court Care Center in Boise, Idaho. Alice was born to Marko (Pete) and Ethel Adelene Prentice Corak, April 22, 1924, the sixth of 10 children. Alice grew up in Hollister, Idaho, where her father farmed and had dairy cows. Alice married Paul Ross, April 15, 1942. Alice and Paul had a daughter, Rosilyn, and lived in Hansen, Idaho. Alice worked at Idaho Frozen foods at the time. Their marriage sadly ended in 1962. Alice met and married Newel Lynn Knight, Aug. 30, 1963. She helped to raise his five children from a first marriage. They lived in the Pella area by Burley, Idaho, in a home Newel built. Alice Joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1964. She served in the Pella Ward filling many positions. Alice and Newel served a mission for the church at the Burley Welfare Bean Warehouse. In their later years, Alice and Newel moved to Boise, Idaho, to be closer to Rosilyn. Alice had a strong testimony that God lives and is mindful of us all, no matter what color, creed or religion and that the Lord listens to all our humble prayers. Alice is survived by one brother, James David Corak (Bette); her daughter, Rosilyn Joyce Rader (Loran); and Newel’s children, Gail Lynn Knight, James Dale Knight (Linda), Michael A Knight (Bonnie) and Alan Jay Knight (Jennifer). Alice had 30 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by Newel’s son, Joseph Newel Knight; and two grandsons. We all loved Alice and will miss her. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, at Pella Cemetery on 400 South of Burley.

Name: Alice Jean Corak Ross Knight
Event Type: Obituary
Event Date: 2012
Event Place: Idaho, United States
Gender: Female
Relationship to Deceased: Deceased
Birth Date: 22 Apr 1924
Death Date: 26 Jan 2012
Death Place: Boise, Ada, Idaho
Spouse and Children
Rosilyn Joyce Rader Daughter Female
Newel Lynn Knight Husband Male
Gail Lynn Knight Child Unknown
James Dale Knight Child Unknown
Michael A Knight Child Unknown
Alan Jay Knight Child Unknown
Joseph Newel Knight Child Unknown
Parents and Siblings
Marko Or Pete Corak Father Male
Ethel Adelene Prentice Corak Mother Female
James David Corak Brother Male
Extended Family
Bette Corak Sister-in-Law Female
Loran Rader Son-in-Law Male
Linda Knight Child-in-Law Female
Bonnie Knight Child-in-Law Unknown
Jennifer Knight Child-in-Law Female
Others on Record
Paul Ross         Non-Relative Male
Citing this Record:
"Idaho, Southeast Counties Obituaries, 1864-2007," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS6-TPT4 : accessed 24 February 2015), Alice Jean Corak Ross Knight, 2012; Idaho Falls Regional Family History Center, Idaho Falls; FHL microfilm 100,464,675.

MEDIA: U1998 - Alice Jean Corak Knight w/o Newel Lynn Knight - FAG Memorial# 84054555
U2643 - Newell lynn & Alice Jean Corak Knight Family (See AQ notes for list) - Ekins Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back from left to right: Gail Lynn Knight, Joseph Newel Knight, Newel Lynn Knight, Rozlyn Raider, James Dale Knight. Front Row: Michael A Knight, Alice Jean Corak Knight, Allan Jay Knight
U4093 - Alice Jean Corak Ross Knight w/o Newell Lynn Knight - familysearch.org - Idaho, Southeast Counties Obituaries


Robert Don KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 5 May 1928 in Pella, Cassia, Idaho. He died on 25 Jun 1977 in Pershing County, Nevada. He was buried in Unionville Cemetery, Pershing County, Nevada. Robert married (MRIN:6639) Ruth Elfrieda SIEBACH on 6 Jul 1950 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho.

CENSUS: 1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Don R Knight
Home in 1930: Pella, Cassia, Idaho
Age: 1
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1928  
Relation to Head of House: Son  
Father's Name: Alferd N
Mother's Name: Isabell
Occupation:
Household Members: Name Age
Alferd N Knight 36  
Isabell Knight 37  
Afton Knight 14  
Glen F Knight 11  
Dale C Knight 8  
Ruth Knight 6  
Newell L Knight 4 5/12  
Don R Knight 1 10/12  
Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pella, Cassia, Idaho; Roll: 398; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 454.0.

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VY4V-1BW
Name: Robert Don Knight
Event: Census
Event Year: 1940
Event Place: Pella Election Precinct, Cassia, Idaho, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 11
Marital Status: Single
Race (Original): White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household (Standardized): Son
Birthplace: Idaho
Estimated Birth Year: 1929
Residence in 1935:
Enumeration District Number: 16-29
Family Number: 33
Sheet Number and Letter: 3A
Line Number: 5
NARA Publication Number: T627
NARA Roll Number: 744
Digital Folder Number: 005460529
Image Number: 00494
Collection: United States Census, 1940

DEATH: Social Security Death Index
Name: Robert Knight
SSN: 529-36-2114  
Born: 5 May 1928
Died: Jun 1977
State (Year) SSN issued: Utah (Before 1951)
Source Citation: Number: 529-36-2114;Issue State: Utah;Issue Date: Before 1951.

MEDIA: U1476 - Robert Don Knight - Brigham Young University- Provo Ut. - Class Picture 1947
U2625 - Alfred N. & Isabelle Cook Knight & Family (See AQ notes for list) - Knight Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
Back - Ruth, Afton, Don, Newel Middle - Glen, Fred, Belle, Dale Front - Nedra, Clyde
U2644 - Robert Don & Ruth Elfrieda Siebach Knight wedding photo (6 July 1950) - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry
U3102 - Alfred Newel Knight and his sons (Glen Fred - Dale C. - Newell Lynn - Robert Don - Clyde Erwin Knight) - Pearson/Sullivan Family History Site - Public Trees Ancestry
U5141 - Robert Don Knight s/o Alfred Newel & Isabelle Cook Knight - All Public Member Photos

Ruth Elfrieda SIEBACH was born on 10 Oct 1926 in New York City, New York, New York. She died on 29 Aug 2010 in Burley, Cassia, Idaho. She was buried in Unionville Cemetery, Pershing County, Nevada. Ruth married (MRIN:6639) Robert Don KNIGHT on 6 Jul 1950 in Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho.

MARRIAGE: BYU Special Collections
Western States Marriage Record Index
Details For Marriage ID#259138
Groom Last Name: KNIGHT
Groom First Name: Robert Don
Groom Residence: Burley, Idaho
Bride Last Name: SIEBACH
Bride First Name: Ruth Elfrieda
Bride Residence: Gloversville, New York
Place: Idaho Falls
Date: 06 Jul 1950  
County of Record: Cassia
State: Idaho
Volume: 6
Page: 508
Comment: Instrument No. 169848

MEDIA: U1477 - Ruth Siebach - w/o Robert D. Knight - Brigham Young University, Provo, Ut. - Class Picture 1948
U2087 - Ruth Elfrieda Siebach Knight w/o William Don Knight - FAG Memorial# 17295218
U2086 -  Ruth Elfrieda Siebach Knight w/o William Don Knight - FAG Memorial# 17295218
U2644 - Robert Don & Ruth Elfrieda Siebach Knight wedding photo (6 July 1950) - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry

OBITUARY: BURLEY - Elfrieda Ruth Siebach Knight, 83, of Burley, Idaho, passed away early Sunday morning, Aug. 29, 2010. She was at home in the company of her children and many loved ones. Ruth was born in New York City on Oct. 10, 1926. She grew up in Gloversville, N.Y., where she attended and graduated from Gloversville High School. She later attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. She went on to serve an LDS mission in the Northwest States. She married the late Robert Don Knight of Burley, Idaho, in the Idaho Falls Temple in 1950 and together, they raised a family of 10 children. She was a wonderful wife and mother and faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved her large family with more than 50 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. She also enjoyed being in her home or in her garden, along with serving in her church in any way that she was asked. She is survived by her seven sons, David and (Ellen) Knight, and Dan and (Julie) Knight, both of Lovelock, Nev., John and (Cynthia) Knight of Imlay, Nev., Aaron and (Kay) Knight of Spring Creek, Nev., Tim and (Sally) Knight of Battle Mountain, Nev., Nathan and (Peggy) Knight of Galt, Calif., Adam and Jackie Knight of Elko, Nev.; and her three daughters, Nora and (Randy) Golay of Burley, Katy and (Dave) Burch of Oakley, and Bonnie and (Mark) Nelson of Santiago, Chile. Also living are her sisters, Eleanor Knight of Shelton, Wash., Miriam Nelson of Las Vegas, Nev., and Elizabeth Young of Salt Lake City, Utah; along with her brother, Ralph Siebach of Pennsylvania. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 3, at the Burley LDS 7th Ward Church, 2200 Oakley Ave., with bishop's counselor, Brent Winn officiating. Burial will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, at the Unionville Cemetery in Unionville, Nev. In keeping with Ruth's wishes, there will not be any formal viewing. Services are under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home in Rupert.

Deceased
Name: Elfrieda Ruth Siebach Knight
Event Type: Obituary
Event Date: 2010
Event Place: Idaho, United States
Gender: Female
Age: 83
Relationship to Deceased: Deceased
Birth Date: 10 Oct 1926
Birthplace: New York City, , New York
Death Date: 29 Aug 2010
Death Place: Burley, , Idaho
Spouse and Children
Robert Don Knight Husband Male
David Knight Son Male
Dan Knight Son Male
John Knight Son Male
Aaron Knight Son Male
Tim Knight Son Male
Nathan Knight Son Male
Adam Knight Son Male
Nora Golay Daughter Female
Katy Burch Daughter Female
Bonnie Nelson Daughter Female
Parents and Siblings
Eleanor Knight Sister Female
Miriam Nelson Sister Female
Elizabeth Young Sister Female
Ralph Siebach Brother        Male
Extended Family
Ellen Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Julie Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Cynthia Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Kay Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Sally Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Peggy Knight   Daughter-in-Law Female
Jackie Knight Daughter-in-Law Female
Randy Golay Son-in-Law Male
Dave Burch Son-in-Law Male
Mark Nelson Son-in-Law Male
Others on Record
Brent Winn Non Relative Unknown
GS Film Number: 100464675 , Digital Folder Number: 100464675 , Image Number: 02551
Citing this Record
"Idaho, Southeast Counties Obituaries, 1864-2007," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/QVS6-T53P : accessed 22 Aug 2014), Elfrieda Ruth Siebach Knight, 2010; citing Idaho Falls Regional Family History Center, Idaho Falls; FHL microfilm 100464675.

They had the following children.

  M i Timothy E. KNIGHT was born on 18 Oct 1963. He died on 8 Jul 2013.

John BURLINGAME [Parents] was born on 1 Aug 1664 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island. He died on 24 Jun 1719 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island. John married (MRIN:6640) Mary Knowles LIPPITT on 19 Nov 1688 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

BIRTH: John Burlingame in the Rhode Island, Birth Index, 1636-1930
Name:John Burlingame
Birth Date:1 Aug 1664
Birth Place:Rhode Island
1st Parent:Roger Burlingame
2nd Parent:Mary Burlingame
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Rhode Island, Birth Index, 1636-1930 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

BIOGRAPHY: John Burlingame in the Colonial Families of the USA, 1607-1775
Name:John Burlingame
Birth Date:1 Aug 1664
Birth Place:Kingston, Rhode Island
Death Date:24 Jun 1719
Death Place:Cranston, Rhode Island
Spouse:Mary Knowles Lippitt
Page Number:60
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Colonial Families of the USA, 1607-1775 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2016. This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors.
Original data: Mackenzie, George Norbury, and Nelson Osgood Rhoades, editors. Colonial Families of the United States of America: in Which is Given the History, Genealogy and Armorial Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies From the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775. 7 volumes. 1912. Reprinted, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1966, 1995.

Mary Knowles LIPPITT was born on 8 Jan 1663/1664 in Providence County, Rhode Island. She died on 13 Jan 1708 in Cranston, Providence, Rhode Island. Mary married (MRIN:6640) John BURLINGAME on 19 Nov 1688 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

MARRIAGE: Mary Burlingame in the U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700
Name:Mary Burlingame
Maiden Name:Lippett
Gender:Female
Marriage Date:About 1685
Marriage Place:New England, USA
Spouse:John Burlingame
Source Citation: Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore, MD, USA; Volume Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700
Source Information: Ancestry.com. U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2012.
Original data: Torry, Clarence A. New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004.

They had the following children.

  M i Roger BURLINGAME was born in 1693. He died on 1 Apr 1768.
  M ii James BURLINGAME was born on 16 Sep 1694. He died on 1 Apr 1768.
  M iii Barlingstone BURLINGAME was born on 25 Jun 1698. He died on 12 Dec 1767.
  F iv Patience BURLINGAME was born in 1692. She died on 8 Aug 1746.
  F v Persis BURLINGAME was born on 14 Aug 1703. She died on 22 Jun 1772.

Delbert ANGUS was born on 14 Apr 1887 in Jensen, Unitah, Utah. He died on 20 Mar 1958 in Draper, Salt Lake, Utah. He was buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Sandy, Salt Lake, Utah. Delbert married (MRIN:6641) Revella Elizabeth KNIGHT on 19 Sep 1910 in Vernal, Unitah, Utah.

MEDIA: U1678 - The children of John & Mary Jane Angus - L - R - Christina - Delroy - Delbert - Wilford - Mary - Elmer in front

Revella Elizabeth KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 27 Jan 1893 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 15 Mar 1976 in Holladay, Salt Lake, Utah. She was buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Salt Lake, Utah. Revella married (MRIN:6641) Delbert ANGUS on 19 Sep 1910 in Vernal, Unitah, Utah.

MARRIAGE: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XL9R-BJM
Name: Mr. Delbert Angus
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 19 Sep 1910
Event Place: Uintah, Utah, United States
Age: 23
Race:
Estimated Birth Year: 1887
Father:
Mother:
Spouse: Miss Revilla Elizabeth Knight
Spouse's Age: 18
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1892
Spouse's Father:
Spouse's
Spouse's Mother:
Spouse's
Reference Number:
Film Number: 481101
Digital Folder Number: 004540853
Image Number: 00101
Collection: Utah, County Marriages, 1887-1937

MEDIA: U2662 - Sylvia & Revella Elizabeth Knight d/o Newell & Lizzetta Liddle Knight - Gray Family Tree - Public Trees Ancestry


Parley Grover MITCHELL was born on 20 Aug 1889 in Kamas, Summit, Utah. He died on 29 Apr 1958 in Upalco, Duchesne, Utah. He was buried in Upalco Cemetery, Upalco, Duchesne, Utah. Parley married (MRIN:6642) Margurete Ann KNIGHT on 31 May 1911 in Vernal, Unitah, Utah.

MEDIA: U0827 - Parley Grover Mitchell - husband of Margurette Ann Knight

OBITUARY: Parley G. Mitchell
UPALCO, Duchesne County-Parley Grover Mitchell, 68, died Tuesday in a Roosevelt hospital of natural causes.
Born Aug. 20, 1889. in Kamas, Summit County, to Nathaniel J. and Yoma Z. Pack Mitchell. Married Marguariet Ann Knight, May 31, 1911, in Vernal.
Survivors: widow; sons and daughters, Mrs. George (Yoma) Retallick, Salt Lake City; Mar D. and Grover Parley, both of Upalco, Mrs. Marlow (Guila) Mecham, Warden, Wash.; Ned B., Altamont, Duchesne County; 19 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, 3 sisters, 3 brothers.
Funeral Friday, 1 p.m., Mt. Emmons Ward chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Friends call at Olpin Mortuary, Roosevelt, Thursday, and at home of Ned Mitchell Friday after 11 p.m. Burial Upalco Cemetery.

Margurete Ann KNIGHT [Parents] was born on 12 Mar 1895 in Loa, Wayne, Utah. She died on 20 Jan 1975 in Vernal, Unitah, Utah. She was buried in Vernal City Cemetery, Vernal, Unitah, Utah. Margurete married (MRIN:6642) Parley Grover MITCHELL on 31 May 1911 in Vernal, Unitah, Utah.

OBITUARY: From Findagrave memorial
Marquerite K. Mitchell
UPALCO, Duchesne County-Marquerite Ann Knight Mitchell, 79, Upalco, died Jan. 20, 1975, in a Vernal hospital of causes incident to age. Born March 12, 1895, Loa, Wayne County, to Newel and Lizette Liddle Knight. Married to Parley Grover Mitchell, May 31, 1911, Vernal; later solemnized, Manti, LDS Temple. He died April 29, 1958. Surviors: sons, daughter; Mar D., Grover, both Upalco; Ned B., Altamont, Duchesne County; Mrs. Yoma Rettalick, Salt Lake City; Gulla Mecham, Eltopia, Wash.; 23 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren; brother, sister; Earl, Jessie, Layton; Mrs. Reverila Angus, Sandy. Funeral Friday noon, Altamont LDS Ward chapel, Friends call Olpin Mortuary, Roosevelt, Thursday, 7-9 p.m. and at chapel, Friday and hour before services. Burial, Upalco Cemetery

MEDIA: U1680 - Margurete Ann Knight Mitchell - FAG Memorial# 7562949

MARRIAGE: https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XL9T-M9M
Name: Parley G Mitchell
Titles & Terms:
Event: Marriage
Event Date: 31 May 1911
Event Place: Uintah, Utah, United States
Age: 21
Race:
Estimated Birth Year: 1890
Father:

Mother:

Spouse: Miss Margueritt Knight
Spouse's Titles & Terms: Miss
Spouse's Age: 16
Spouse's Race:
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: 1895
Spouse's Father:
Spouse's
Spouse's Mother:
Spouse's
Reference Number:
Film Number: 481101
Digital Folder Number: 004540853
Image Number: 00116
Collection: Utah, County Marriages, 1887-1937

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