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Albert Jefferies
Albert Jefferies
 
 
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Albert Jefferies
Albert Jefferies
 
 
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Albert Jefferies Olsen
Albert Jefferies Olsen
 
 
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Alpha Judd
Alpha Judd
 
 
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Alpha Judd obituary
Alpha Judd obituary
Alpha Judd Jefferies Matthews
Tooele Transcript Bulletin Thursday, 11 May 2006

Alpha was born in Declo, Idaho, to E.H. (Nick) and Nellie Martin Judd. At age 7 her family moved to Grantsville, Utah, which became her lifelong home.
She married Daniel Paul Jefferies in 1930, and was later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple. He died in 1942. Married J. Wrathall Matthews in 1946. He died in 1980.
She worked for over 20 years in the Grantsville Elementary and High School Lunchroom. She enjoyed the students and her co-workers and they enjoyed her humor and generosity. Her attributes included a quick wit, ability to tell a good story, generosity, hospitality and honesty. She loved traveling and saw much of the world. Shopping was her fettish and she was preceded in death by Auerbach's Department Store! She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Survived by two daughters, Lola (James) Johnson of Taylorsville; Lynn (Gary) Arbon of Salt Lake City; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren; nephews, Don (Shanna) Judd, Terry (Diane) Judd. Preceded in death by siblings Fanny Anderson, Hy and Raleigh Judd; son, Lee R. Jefferies.
We express special thanks to the staff at Cottage Glen for their loving care. We also appreciate the devotion and support given by Don and Shanna Judd. Funeral services will be held on Friday May 12, at 1 p.m. at Grantsville West Stake Center, 115 E Cherry Street, where friends may visit with the family 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. prior to the service. Interment Grantsville City Cemetery. 
 
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Alta Ann Jefferies
Alta Ann Jefferies
 
 
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Alta Ann Jefferies 1917
Alta Ann Jefferies 1917
 
 
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Alta Ann Jefferies and James Ratcliffe Williams wedding photo 1918
Alta Ann Jefferies and James Ratcliffe Williams wedding photo 1918
 
 
11 Andrew Gaylen Spear and Stephanie Humpherys wedding announcement portrait 2001

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Andy Peterson’s speech at Bonnie Helen Peterson's funeral
Andy Peterson’s speech at Bonnie Helen Peterson's funeral
Bonnie Jefferies died on September 11 in her home in St George, Utah.
Her funeral was held in Salt Lake City on September 14.

Her cousin Andy Peterson made the following speech:

I would like to share with all of you today a few thoughts that keep coming to mind since John asked me to say a few words today.

When I picture Bonnie my first thought was her smile and the twinkle in her eye. That was my fix. Whether it was at 3 am in the morning meeting us at the train depot here in Salt Lake or driving up her drive way as she tended her roses, her smiling face as she greeted me with a hug was a joy I will never forget.

Two weeks ago, my wife Valerie and I were driving with some cousins in Sweden. We were near the place where our great grand parents lived before coming to Utah. As we passed a hotel complex our cousin Bengt told about when Bonnie and John had visited them a few years ago and they had driven past the same location. There is a huge neon sign on the side of the hotel that says "BAD HOTELL" Bonnie laughed and wanted to know why they would advertise a bad hotel. In Swedish BAD means bath and the hotel was a spa with mineral springs and such. The rest of the trip they had fun looking for hotels that were BAD.

About ten years ago Bonnie came to our home in California for a visit. We had planned a number of things to do during her 4 day stay. The evening before her arrival we received a call from “Otto” a family friend from Germany. He was in San Francisco, his 80 year old mother who had accompanied him had suffered a stroke just before landing and was in the hospital in San Mateo. He had decided at the last minute to visit us. I picked up Bonnie the next morning at the Oakland airport. Our immediate concern was the status of Mrs. Traub. Over the next 2 days Bonnie, my wife Valerie, and I shuttled back and forth between home and the hospital getting a plan to handle the situation. On the second day the attending doctor cleared Mrs. Traub to fly to Germany under the care of a nurse. Valerie being a nurse got the job. She would accompany the patient to Frankfort, and return on the same plane two hours after landing. Bonnie and I had driven the group to the airport from the hospital in a rental van. Returning home to Santa Rosa we had a flat tire on the van. I pulled off the freeway, had no spare tire, called the rental company and we waited for help. As we sat by the side of the road talking I remember Bonnie saying. "This is not what I expected but we sure had fun".

I will always remember Bonnie for the fun we had together in many different situations.

Let me close by saying: Mourning is a wonderful expression of love. The only way to take the feelings of sorrow away from the passing of Bonnie is to rejoice in the love we experienced with her during her life.
 
 
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April Riley
April Riley
 
 
14 April Riley and Joshua Ray Hill

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15 Ardell Rex Henderson

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16 Ardell Rex Henderson

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Arthur Seymour Curry obituary
Arthur Seymour Curry obituary
Tooele Transcript Bulletin
February 10, 2004
Arthur Seymour Curry

Arthur Seymour Curry passed away February 6, 2004 in Salt Lake City, Utah after a lingering illness. Art was born in Tooele, on Feb. 8, 1919, to Seymour Wallace Curry and Elsie Jane Hanks Curry.

On May 10, 1940 he married his life long partner Mary Jane Griffith and they had sixty-four happy years together.

Dad worked at the Tooele Combined Metals plant in Bauer for 19 years after which he became a master journeyman plumber until retirement. Dad was an avid hunter and fisherman who spent many happy hours in the outdoors. He often spoke of his days at Tooele High School where he lettered in football, basketball, track, among many other sports, and in 1937 traveled to Hawaii as part of the high school championship team. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend who spoke in glowing terms about those he loved. He is survived by his wife; sons Brent (Vickey) Curry, Tooele, Arthur 'Tuck' (Shauna) Curry, Bountiful; and daughter Jane (Jerry) Wilson, Centerville; his grandchildren Holly, Brenda, Brett, Aime, Clint, Kris, Chad, Brad, Quincy, Ann, Ellen; and 20 great grandchildren. Services will be held at the Tate Mortuary, 110 S. Main St. Tooele, Utah at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, February 10, 2004. Friends may call from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. prior to services. Interment will be at the Tooele City Cemetery immediately following the services. 
 
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Barbara Ann Jefferies and Richard Keel Hutchins
Barbara Ann Jefferies and Richard Keel Hutchins
 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies
 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Joseph, Virginia, Hyrum, Benjamin, Benjamin 
 
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Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin Faber and Virginia Jefferies family
Benjamin, Virginia, Hyrum, Joseph, Benjamin 
 
22 Blanche Moss

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23 Blanche Moss

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24 Blanche Moss baptism certificate

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25 Blanche Moss blessing certificate

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26 Blanche Moss wedding reception invitation

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Bonnie Helen Peterson
Bonnie Helen Peterson
 
 
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Bonnie Helen Peterson obituary
Bonnie Helen Peterson obituary
Bonnie Helen Jefferies 1929 ~ 2004

On the 11th of September 2004, Bonnie Helen Peterson Stoker Jefferies, 75, died at home surrounded by the family she has nurtured and loved, after a courageous and prolonged battle with inflammatory breast cancer. Her presence will be sadly missed, but her loving influence continues. Bonnie was born the 9th of August 1929, in Mount Pleasant, Utah to Viola Phillips and Bert Edwin Peterson. Her mother moved her to Murray, UT and married Clyde Stoker. Her grandmother, Inex Hollenbaugh, was much loved. She graduated from Murray HS in 1947. She married John Richard Jefferies the 12th of February 1952 after graduating from the U. of U. in 1951. She was sealed to her family in the Salt Lake Temple in 1956. She and John raised their daughter and two sons while moving around the USA. They lived in Las Vegas, NV; Pacific Grove, CA; Minneapolis, MN; Topeka, KS; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Petersburg, FL; Columbus, OH; Buffalo, NY; Alpine, UT; and Neola, UT. She was most currently a resident of St. George, UT. Her family was the main focus in her life, but she made time to serve as Relief Society president in different places numerous times, as well as writing and directing road shows, serving as YW camp director, as secretary for her DUP chapter, and in many other capacities in and out of the LDS Church. She loved travel including visits to every state, Mexico, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. She always demonstrated a generous, fun-filled hospitality with the style of a true lady. Her delicious cooking was a hallmark. She is survived by her husband, John; her children, Julie, James Richard (Laura), and John Bradley (Jasmine); sisters, DeeAnn Peterson Lubbers and Judy Stoker Brown; and grandchildren, Samuel Ryan and Zachary John Paquette, Natalie Jasmine and Peter Bradley Jefferies, Joshua Ka'imipono and Jacob Keoni Jefferies. She was preceded in death by grandson, Jeffery Hugh Paquette. The viewing will be held Tuesday the 14th of Sept. 2004, from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday the 15th of Sept., there will be a viewing at 11 a.m., service at 12 noon at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, SLC. Burial will be in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Published in the Salt Lake Tribune on 9/13/2004. 
 
29 Bonnie Lynn Willoby

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30 Bonnie Lynn Willoby and granddaughter
Bonnie, Paige
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31 Books owned by William Jefferies and Mary Frances Jefferies
Boy's and Girl's Library No. 1, Lives of The Apostles and Early Martyrs of The Church. This book belonged to Mary Frances Jefferies. Inscription on the first page reads, "Presented to Mary F. Jefferies by Grantsville Sunday School May 1st 1877." (Size 5/8" X 6 1/4" X 4")

L. D. S. Hymns. This book belonged to William Jefferies. Inscription on the back inside cover reads, "Wm. Jefferies hymn book always carried in best suit pocket." (Size 3/4" X 4 5/8" X 3")

These books were handed down through Albert Olsen and Erma Olsen to Dennis H. Nelson, who is now in possesion of them.
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33 Brandi Sagers and Jeremy Hill

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35 Bruce Martin Jefferies

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Carl John Zwahlen obituary
Carl John Zwahlen obituary
The Salt Lake Tribune
Date: 01/09/2001
Page: B9

Carl John Zwahlen

CENTERVILLE -- Carl John Zwahlen, passed away peacefully Sunday, January 7, 2001 surrounded by his family.

Born Sept. 15, 1937 to Samuel and Atlanta Zwahlen. Attended East High School and graduated from the University of Utah. He married Gay Johnson in 1959. Marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. He worked in the Health Insurance Business. He was the President and Co-owner of Benefit Management Services. He was a member of the Centerville-Farmington Rotary Club.

Carl spent his life in serving his family, friends and faith. Carl knew how to have fun and he took his "humor seriously". We will miss him and are so thankful for all the wonderful memories he has given us.

Survived by his wife, Gay; children, Blaine (Gina); Guy (Sandra); Amy (Lonny) King; Heidi (John) Allen; Ann (fiance Rob Littlefield); 12 grandchildren; sisters, Jean Mitchell; Judy (Bill) Knott; Ruth (Earl) Ellison; Shirley Gilbert; Drucilla (Harry) Nash. Preceded in death by his father and mother, and brother, Samuel.

Funeral services will be held Thursday, January 11, 2001 at 11 a.m. at the Centerville Canyon View Stake Center, 2110 North Main. Friends may call Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main and again Thursday morning from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at the church. Interment-Centerville City Cemetery.

A special thanks to the 5 North Staff at the University of Utah Medical Center. 
 
38 Carol Rae Palmer

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39 Carol Rae Palmer

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Carolee Jefferies
Carolee Jefferies
 
 
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Charles Everett Lawrence
Charles Everett Lawrence
 
 
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Charles Everett Lawrence and Vera Francis Jefferies
Charles Everett Lawrence and Vera Francis Jefferies
 
 
43 Charles Mitch Curtis and Joanne Jefferies family 2001
Back: Kelly, Jared, Christie, Tyler, Julie
Middle: LaVon, Mitch, Joanne, Katie
Front: Nathan, Austin
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Chleo Fidler
Chleo Fidler
 
 
45 Chris LeMaure Jefferies

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Clark Family
Clark Family
John William Clark, Thomas Henry Clark, Ann Clark, Lucy Ann Clark, George Clark, Emma Jane Clark 
 
47 Claude C. Jefferies

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48 Claude C. Jefferies

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49 Claude C. Jefferies

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Coleford and Kilmersdon Map
Coleford and Kilmersdon Map
Modern map showing locations of Kilmersdon and Coleford within England. 
 

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