Person:Mary Farley (23)

  • F.  Winthrop Farley (add)
  • M.  Ellen (add)
  1. Mary Ellen Farley1855 - 1936
m. 24 Apr 1876
  1. Mary Isadore Freeman1877 -
  2. Elijah Norman Freeman1879 -
  3. Lorin Farr Freeman1887 - 1964
Facts and Events
Name Mary Ellen Farley
Gender Female
Birth? 5 Jan 1855 Utah Territory, United States
Marriage 24 Apr 1876 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United Statesto Elijah Norman Freeman, Jr.
Death? 27 Jun 1936 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

Obituary from the Ogden Standard Examiner

Pioneer Native of Ogden Succumbs Obsequies Will Be Held Monday Afternoon In Salt Lake City Mrs. Mary E. Freeman, 81, widow of Elija N. Freeman, and a pioneer of Ogden and Salt Lake City, died Saturday in a Salt Lake City hospital, following a one-month illness. She was born in Ogden February 5, 1855, a daughter of Winthrop and Ellen Farley. She spent her early youth in Ogden and after marriage, the couple moved to Arizona. Later they moved to Idaho, and en years ago to Salt Lake City. IN CHURCH OFFICES Mrs. Freeman had been active in the L.D.S. church. She was a member of the Salt Lake City Poplar Grove ward. She had been stake president of the Relief society and Young Women's Mutual improvement association while living in Arizona. Mr. Freeman died in Salt Lake City March 14, 1936. She is survived by the following children; E. Norman Freeman, Ogden, Mrs. Louie A. Reeder, Ogden; Oscar F. Freeman, Salt Lake City; Lauren F. Freeman, Basalt, Ida.; Erastus B. Freeman, Twin Falls Ida.; and 30 grand-children. Also surviving are the following brothers and sisters; Mrs. Amelia Foden, Pocatello, Ida.; Mrs. Adeline Greenwell, Mrs. J. H. Rhine, Mrs. May Williams, Jessie Farley, Mrs. Annie Bluth, Ogden; Theodore Farley, Provo; Asa Farley, Salt Lake City; and Joseph and Charles Farley, Idaho. BURIAL SERVICES Funeral services will be held Monday at one p.m. in the Poplar Grove ward chapel. Friends may call at the family residence, 1217 Indiana avenue, Salt Lake City, today,a nd Monday until time of services. The body on arrival in Ogden may be viewed at the Lindquist & Sons' mortuary from three-thirty until four p.m. Interment will be made in Ogden city cemetery.

Ogden Standard Examiner June 28, 1936

  1.   Mary Ellen Farley Freeman, in Find A Grave.