|Birthplace:||Providence, Cache, UT|
|Death:||Died in Salt Lake City, S-Lk, UT|
|Place of Burial:||Delta, Mllrd, UT|
|Managed by:||Scott David Hibbard|
About Lydia Hall
Lydia Hall was a daughter of Newton Daniel Hall and Sara Jane Busenback Turner.
She married Lorenzo Turner February 14, 1882 in the L.D.S. temple in Saint George, Washington County, Utah.
The date of her burial is October 27, 1945.
The following obituary was contributed by Glenn Blake.
DELTA--Mrs. Lydia Hall Turner, 83, of Delta, died Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the home of a daughter, Mrs. L.D. Hudson, 2156 Blair St., of causes incident to age.
Mrs. Turner was born April 6, 1862 in Providence, Cache County, a daughter of Newton and Sara Jane Busenback Turner, Pioneer Utah Settlers. She spent the early part of her life in Washington and Wayne counties and was an active LDS Church worker, having served in several of the auxiliary organizations. In her younger days she had been a member of church choirs.
She was married to Lorenzo Turner Feb. 8, 1882. Mr. Turner died two years ago.
Survivors include nine sons and daughters, Mrs. Nora Knight, Mrs. Viola Law, Reuben L. and Orval L. Turner, all of Delta; Lorin L. Turner, Tarrey, Wayne County; Mrs. Sylvia Blake, Woods Cross; Mrs. Myra Steele, Sand Diego, Cal.; Mrs. Melva Blackburn, Great Falls, Mont.; Mrs. Hudson, Salt Lake City; a brother Ephraim Hall and a half brother, James Hall, both of Washington county.
Funeral Services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in The Delta First LDS Ward Chapel. Friends may call at 125 North Main, Salt Lake City, Thursday and at the home of Mrs. S.D. Knight, Delta, Saturday until time of services.
Source: Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, UT., Thursday, October 25, 1945 -pg 18/with picture
Sources of the data are the L.D.S. Ancestral File, the L.D.S. International Genealogical Index, the Utah State Historical Society, the State of Utah Death Certificate and her obituary in the Salt Lake Tribune.