Charles Crismon, Jr.

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Funeral Notice:

ATTENDANCE IS LARGE AT CRISMON FUNERAL Hundreds Gather to Do Homage Memory of Pioneer Mining and Business Man.

Marked by the attendance of many more than could gain entrance to the family residence at 731 East South Temple street, funeral services for Charles Crismon, pioneer mining and business man of Salt Lake, who died last Sunday, were held yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Bishop George Wallace of the Twenty-fifth ward officiating.

In addition to Bishop Wallace, the speakers were Apostle Orson F. Whitney and Dr. Seymour B. Young, one of the presidents of the council of seventies. Miss Romania Hyde, violinist, played "Traumerei" and the Christensen quartette sang two numbers. The invocation was offered' by Alma Eldredge, formerly of Coallvlile, and the benediction was pronounced by Willard Burton. Indian War Veterans and representatives of the G. A. R. attended in large numbers, the Grand Army organization having charge* of the services at-the City cemetery, where the grave was dedicated by Bishop Wallace. The pallbearers-were Arthur Crismon, George Selly, John Dunn, Joseph Jennings, C. H. Wells and George Badger.

SOURCE: Salt Lake Tribune; Mar 30 1916; page 16

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Charles Crismon, Jr.'s Timeline

June 14, 1844
Macedonia, Hancock, Illinois, United States
May 1852
Age 7
June 23, 1864
Age 20
October 18, 1894
Age 50
March 26, 1916
Age 71
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
Salt Lake City Cemetery