|Birthplace:||Harrisburg, Washington, UT, USA|
|Death:||Died in Caliente, Lincoln, Nevada, United States|
|Cause of death:||Cedar Poison|
|Place of Burial:||Paragonah, Iron, Utah, United States|
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Historical records matching Marion Dailey
About Marion Dailey
Parowan Times Dec 21 1934
Funeral services were held here Tuesday afternoon for Marion Dailey, 59, who died Saturday, December 15 of Cedar poisoning. He died at the home of his sister Mrs. Flora Bell Francis at Caliente, Nevada. He spent most of his time here and was one of this community's most respected citizens. About 8 months ago he went to Caliente where he lived with his sister, Mrs. Francis, until his death. He took sick about four months ago with this poisoning, which is very infectious and is contracted from cedar trees. For the past seven weeks he has suffered intensely.
His is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Milton L. and Ephraim Daily of Paragonah, Mrs Flora Bell Francis of Caliente, Nevada, Mrs. Sadie Beard of Milford and Mrs. Gardener of Long Valley all of whom were here for the funeral.
Bishop Doyle Robinson presided at the services. The choir sang "Oh My Father", Thomas Robinson offered the opening prayer and the choir sang "I know My Heavenly Father Knows". The speakers were Richard A Robinson bishop of one of the Los Angeles wards, Thomas W. Jones and Bishop Doyle Robinson. The choir sang "Some tiime We'll Understand" and as a closing number "I Know That My Redeemer Lives". Amenzo Topham offered the closing prayer. At the cemetery the choir sang "Slumber" and Walter Robb offered the dedicatory prayer.
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