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1651 W�rttemberg Erneman, John Florian (I343)
 
1652 Woman Pioneer of Three States is Laid to Rest

AMMON, IDA., Feb 4.--Following services in Ogden, the body of Mrs. Esther Coffin Grow was brought here where a funeral was held at the Ammon ward chapel. Bishop Leonard Ball presided and made the closing remarks. Other speakers were Ephraim Empey, John Empey and James Southwick. The ward choir furnished the music. Interment was in the Ammon Cemetery.
Mrs. Grow was born in Wayne county, Indiana, Aug. 15, 1844. The family moved to Illinois and thence to Council Bluffs, Ia. where her father died. She and her mother crossed the plains in 1852, locating on the corner of Twenty-fourth and Wall streets in Ogden, remaining there until 1860 when they went to Huntsville. She was married to William Grow in 1865 and two years later they moved to Albany Ore. where they resided four years. They then came to Ammon where they have resided since.
Besides her husband she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Abbie Owen Hyde, Jesse and Charles Grow, Idaho Falls; William Grow, Jr., Willistown, N.D.; Horace Grow, Roberts; James Grow and Mrs. Effie Poulter, Ogden, Utah and also 39 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

Deseret News of Feb. 5, 1921
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Coffin, Esther Hunt (I101)
 
1653 WOODS CROSS, Utah--Mona LaVica Haws Haacke, age 92, passed away January 27, 1999 at a nursing home in Orem, Utah. Born June 13, 1906 in Tremonton, Utah to John Kimble and Alice Florilla Haws. Married Leland Paul Haacke in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, September 15, 1927. He preceded her in death.She was a member of the Eutaw Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Woods Cross. She was an active member of the LDS Church serving in Stake Relief Society, YWMIA, Primary and choir. She was employed by Davis County School District and Lakeview Hospital. Survived by her children, Verl (Montez) of St. George, UT., Kent of Orem, UT., Clyde (Rosida), of Sugar City, ID., Lani (Bonnie) of Orem, UT. Also survived by 18 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Preceded in death by one grandchild and five sisters and three brothers. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, January 30, 1999, 1 p.m., at the Russon Brothers Mortuary, 295 N. Main (Bountiful), where friends may call from 11:45 to 12:45 prior to services. Interment, Bountiful City Cemetery. Haws, Mona LaVica (I3377)
 
1654 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12131)
 
1655 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7666)
 
1656 WWI & WWII - Enlisted September 1918 to December 1918 served overseas August 1918 to December 1918. He was also a Private in the US Army and was in Naples Italy September 1947 Brighton, Ernest Raymond (I1233)
 
1657 WWI - Coopersmith 2c US Navy. Volunteered 1 February 1918 - 10 Mar 1919 Grow, Walter Raymond (I743)
 
1658 WWI - Served in the US Army as a Private First Class Falk, Victor Gerald (I1890)
 
1659 WWI - Served in the US Army in 1917 Grow, Lawrence Earl (I740)
 
1660 WWI - US Army 1917 Grow, Charles Wilmer (I432)
 
1661 WWII - Clifford served as a Staff Sergeant in the US Army. He enlisted October 1940 to October 1945. He participated in the battles in Northern France, Ardennes, and Rhineland. Decorated with the EAME Service Medal, American Defense Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal.

 
Caldwell, Clifford I. (I2157)
 
1662 WWII - Enlisted May 1945 in the US Navy Chamberlin, Harry Franklin (I682)
 
1663 WWII - Lt. Colonel in the US Army 1942 Grow, Harlow Bovier (I4918)
 
1664 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7373)
 
1665 WWII - Private First Class in the US Army 363rd & 91st Infantry Division.  Grow, Charles Elmer (I464)
 
1666 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2731)
 
1667 WWII - Served as a Private in the US Marines, inducted July 1945 to October 1945 Chamberlin, Vernon Forest (I791)
 
1668 WWII - Served as a Private in the US Marines. He enlisted February 1943 Chapman, Wayne Gilbert (I2340)
 
1669 WWII - Served in the US Army, inducted September 1943 to February 1946. Served in the Pacific in Okinawa as a combat Medical Air. He was wounded 20 April 1943 in Okinawa. He received a Purple Heart, Bronze Star & Combat Medal Badge along with a Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Unit Award, Asiatic Pacific Theater and Victory Medal.  Fairless, Douglas Bert (I2512)
 
1670 WWII - Served in the US Army. Enlisted October 1942 to September 1943. Frederick, Richard A. (I2737)
 
1671 WWII - Served in the US Navy 1944 to 1946 Grow, George Edmund (I155)
 
1672 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7657)
 
1673 WWII - Served in the US Navy as a Seaman Second Class, 1938-1941. He is listed on the Tablets of the Missing at Honolulu Memorial, Pearl Harbor. Died aboard the USS Oklahoma that was attacked by Japanese suicide planes on December 7th 1941. Grow, Vernon Neslie (I478)
 
1674 WWII - US Navy Grow, Charles Rounds (I156)
 
1675 WWII - US Navy Hall, Norman Alfred (I566)
 
1676 WWII - US Navy South Pacific Submariner - Torpedoes 1943 Grow, David Ernest (I1889)
 
1677 WWII - US Navy was on the USS Pecos when it was sunk in the Indian Ocean by Japanese Planes. Hall, Jack Wallace (I7836)
 
1678 WWII ? David served as a Private First Class with the US Maine Corp. He enlisted October 1948 and died April 1949 in Guam, South Pacific of Lymphatic Lukemia.  Owen, David Carlyle (I2867)
 
1679 WWII ? Enlisted January 1941 with the US Navy as a S2C. Killed in action. Sinking of Ship USS Pecos 1 March 1942 in the Indian Ocean. Honorable burial at sea. Hall, Jack Wallace (I7836)
 
1680 WWII ? Served in the Merchant Marines, enlisting 18 October 1942. Was listed as missing off the cost of Okinawa 6 April 1945 and was later declared killed in action by Japanese Suicide Planes. Treseder, Keith William (I6387)
 
1681 WWII ? Served in the US Army as a Private in 331st Infantry 33rd Division. Killed in Normandy 12 July 1944 and buried in St. Laurent Cemetery (Permanent Cemetery), France. Purple Heart. He had been in the army 11 months.  Grow, Orrin Redfield Jr. (I4434)
 
1682 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14626)
 
1683 WWII- Was a Electrician's Mate Second Class, US Navy. He was aboard the USS Grenadier SS210 submarine when it was sunk on 22 April 1943. Was taken as a prisoner of War by the Japanese until his return to US Military Control on August 1945. He received a Prisoner of War Medal.  Hinkson, Richard Judd (I2723)
 
1684 WWII: Purple Heart medals, Bronze Star medals, Silver Star medals with Oak Leaf Clusters Grow, Neville Leo (I733)
 
1685 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13233)
 
1686 You can view additional information along with some great photo's on the family of Samuel Worthen with his 1st wife Sarah at www.worthens.com

Thank you Charlotte Woten for this tip 
Worthen, Samuel A. (I1045)
 
1687 You can view additional information and photo's of this family at www.worthens.com WORTHEN, Joseph Smith (I1049)
 
1688 You can view additional information on Mary at www.worthens.com Cowap, Mary (I1047)
 
1689 You can view additional information on Richard Worthen at www.worthens.com Worthen, Richard (I1046)
 
1690 You can view additional information on Sarah and her sons at www.worthens.com HALLAM, Sarah (I1048)
 
1691 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15359)
 
1692 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11359)
 

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