FAMILY NEWS AND HIGHLIGHTS
John Thompson and Jane Smith Rowley:
Reporting: David S. Rowley and
wife Selma; Helper, Utah
Reported by William R. Jones:
A daughter was born to William R. and Olive L. Jones, 1 May 1958 and weighing 7 lbs. 15 oz. She will be named Elizabeth Ann. She is especially welcomed in this household being the first girl following four boys. William Rowley Jones is a son of Mary Ann Rowley Jones, a daughter of John Thompson Rowley and Mary Jane Smith.
Luella Downard one son Dale, and her married daughter Beckie came to Salt Lake City the 29 of April on business, genealogy, and to visit with relatives. On Wednesday night the 30 of April, they visited her mother Mary Ann Rowley Jones and with Mrs. Lucy Golding Rowley.
John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul:
Reported by Smoot Rowley of
Son Raymond has recently received his private license for flying and is hoping to complete his lessons to get a commercial license. At present he is driving a taxi-cab in Salt Lake City.
Reported by Luke Day
Lillian Day Lambertsen had a small growth removed from her face in March. It was sent into the lab for testing. It proved to be nothing more than a sweat gland that was infected.
Jerry Bradley son-in-law of Otto and Lillian Day Lambertsen of the Authur Day and Elizabeth Rowley line, is organized with a western band and can be heard on the Air over K.S.O.P. Monday through Saturday at 4:00 P.M. He plays the steel guitar and sings.
Max Lambertsen and wife left Salt Lake City to farm with his father in Aurora, Utah. They are buying a home in Aurora.
Reported by Lillian Rowley
David Wm. Rowley, while at work, was hit by a falling 2 by 8 on the 14 of March. He was rendered unconscious for some five minutes, and then rushed in an ambulance to the General Hospital and later moved to the St. Marks. He stayed over-night and left the hospital on the 15th. All seems well now. The board struck him on the back of the neck.
Word has been received that Nolan Rowley, son of Francis Hugh and Erma Thornton Rowley, married Miss Leavitt of Reno, Nevada. The Bride is the sister of Willie Leavitt Rowley, who is the wife of Nolan’s brother, Miland. Nolan is currently working for his uncle, Bert Murphy in Chinook, Montana, Bert Murphy is the husband of Verda Rowley Murphy.
Lucy Wilcox of St. Helena, California called her mother, Aunt Lucy Golding Rowley of Salt Lake City, and bid her a Happy Mother’s Day. Aunt Lucy is now 85 years young and we all wish her many more happy years with her families.
Reporter: Verda Murphy
Reporter: Emerson Rowley
Walter T. and Lena Peterson Rowley
Reporter: Vernell Humphries
James Rowley and Martha Day
Reporter: John Van Rowley
Salt Lake City, Utah
Ralph Nephi Rowley and Mary Day
Reporter: Vivian Wade
Ira D. Lyman and Elizabeth Ann Rowley
Reporter: Chester Lyman
George Arthur Rowley and Stena Hanson
Reporter: Hughetta Rowley Howarth
Salt Lake City, Utah
Maria Rowley and Hallam Smith
Reporter: Estell Shail
James Rowley and Hannah Barrows
Reporter: Nelson Melville
James Rowley and Mary Day
Reporters: Bernetta Muir
Mrs. Jack Brunson
A letter received Tuesday from Chester Lyman, former Duchesne mayor announced the death of his brother, Claude Ernest Lyman, 68 in Portland, Oregon last week. Funeral services were held in Portland at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 1958.
A pioneer of the Uintah Basin, Mr. Lyman was born in Price in 1890 a son of Ira D. and Elizabeth Ann Rowley Lyman. He was a grandson of Amasa Mason Lyman, one of the early apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Both the Lyman and Rowley families were early Utah pioneers coming here in 1847 with the first group of Mormons to enter the valleys of the mountains.
Mr. Lyman moved with his parents to Soldier Station, one of the station where horses were exchanged on the passenger and mail route from Price to Fort Duchesne, which was operated by horse-drawn stages. The family moved to Vernal in 1900, when the Reservation was opened to white settlement in 1905 the Lyman’s were among those who moved here to settle the area.
In 1952 Mr. Lyman moved his family to Cascade, Oregon where he was employed on the Bonneville Dam. He later moved to Portland World War II he was employed by Northwest Tube and Metal Factories. For the past eight years his employment has been with the Peerless Trailer and Truck Association.
Mr. Lyman is survived by his widow, Lucy B. Young Lyman, Portland, two sisters and a brother, Mable O. Fallon, Gunnison, Colo.; Mrs. Edna C. Smith, Corvallis, Oregon; and brother, Chester Lyman, Duchesne.
Services were held in the Ross Hollywood funeral chapel in North East Portland, with burial in the Riverview Abby Mausoleum in Portland.
James Rowley and Mary Day Family
Claude and Angie Warner just returned from a visit with their daughter Mrs. Garth Braithwaite of Conoga Park, California. Brother Claude is recovering from an auto-mobile accident suffered last December in Provo.
Family News of the John T. and Jane Paul Rowley family
Lorin P. Rowley