Eliel Elijah Curtis
|Birthplace:||Fountain Green, Sevier, Ut|
|Death:||Died in Lehi, Utah, Ut|
|Place of Burial:||Lehi, Utah, Ut|
Son of David Avery Curtis, twin of John and Lutitia Sophia Warthen Curtis
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Historical records matching Eliel Elija Curtis
About Eliel Elija Curtis
Birth: May 4, 1871 Fountain Green Sanpete County Utah, USA
Death: Feb. 10, 1935 Lehi Utah County Utah, USA
Former Vernal Man Buried Last Wednesday in Lehi.
LEHI - Eliel E. Curtis, 63, died at his home here February 10, following a four-day illness of pneumonia.
He was born May 4, 1871, in Fountain Green, a son of David and Harriet Howard Curtis. He moved to Aurora from Fountain Green, then to Vernal, where he lived several years. He later moved to Roosevelt and came to Lehi with his family in 1920.
He married Hulda Ann Henry on January 3, 1892 at Vernal. They went through the Manti LDS Temple in August 1912.
Surviving are his widow and the following sons and daughters, Mrs. Guy Murray, Copperton, Claude Curtis, St. George, Mrs. Wallace Hicks, American Fork, Mrs. William L. Hill, Los Angeles, California, Mrs. Arville Hughes, Sandy, Mrs. Amanda Nelson, Mrs. Hulda Chadwick, David, Ralph and Beryl Curtis, Lehi; 18 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Ruth Morgan, Wascow, Califonia, a half-sister and a half brother, Mrs. Phoebe Singleton, Springville, and David Curtis, Payson.
Funeral services were conducted last Wednesday in the Lehi LDS First Ward Chapel with interment in the city cemetery.
- Vernal Express, February 21, 1935
Eliel E. Curtis
LEHI—Eliel E. Curtis, 63, died at his home here Sunday at 8:40 p. m. following s four day illness of pneumonia.
He was born May 4, 1871. in Fountain Green, a son of David A. and Harriet Howard Curtis. He moved to Aurora from Fountain Green, then to Vernal, where he lived several years. He later moved to Roosevelt and came to Lehl with his family in 1920.
He married Hulda Ann Henry on January 3. 1892, at Vernal. They went through the Mantl L. D. S. Temple in August 1912.
He assisted in buildlng both paved highways through Lehi in 1931-1932, he was road supervisor of Utah County. During his life he was an active L. D. S. church worker.
Survlvlng are his widow and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Guy Murray, Copperton; Claude Curtis, St. George; Mrs. Wallace Hicks. American Fork; Mrs. Wilam L. Hill, Los Angeles, California; Mrs. Arllle Hushes, Sandy: Mrs. Jack Jessop, Reno, Nev.; Mrs. Amanda Nelson. Mrs. Hulda Chadwlck, Ralph, David and Beryl Curtis. Lehi: 18 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Morgan. Wascow, Cal.: a half-sister and a halfbrother, Mrs. Phoebe Singleton. Sprlnsville and David Curtis, Payson.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Lehi L. D. S. First Ward Chapel, with interment in the city cemetery.
-Salt Lake Tribune, Feb. 12, 1935, transcribed by Rhonda Holton
- David Avery Curtis (1820 - 1885)
- Hulda Ann Henry Curtis (1873 - 1944)*
- Edna Curtis Murray (1892 - 1976)*
- Claude Lyle Curtis (1895 - 1949)*
- Harriet Curtis Hill (1900 - 1966)*
- Amanda Pennick (1904 - 1990)*
- Lila Curtis Hughes (1905 - 1966)*
Burial: Lehi City Cemetery Lehi Utah County Utah, USA Plot: 73_6_1