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Amos Moses Virgin

Birthdate: (88)
Birthplace: Marston Mortaine, Bedfordshire, England
Death: October 12, 1942 (88)
Fish Haven, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States
Place of Burial: Saint Charles, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of George Thompston Virgin and Mary Ann Virgin
Husband of Sarah Frances Virgin
Father of Sarah Frances Shirley; Alice Xarissa Hansen; Linda Rose Virgin; Mary Ann Muir; George Amos Virgin and 6 others
Brother of Heber George Thompston Virgin; Mercy Ann Virgin and Nephi Charles Virgin, Sr

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About Amos Moses Virgin

Amos Moses Virgin

Born: January 23, 1854 at Marston, Morteyne, Bedford, England

Died: October 12, 1942 at Fish Haven, Bear Lake, Idaho

Buried: St. Charles, Bear Lake, Idaho

Compiled by Lucy Brown Archer

Amoses Moses Virgin, son of George Thompston Virgin and Mary Ann Barker Virgin, was born at Marston, Morteyne, Bedford, England on January 23, 1854. After his father was killed on December 30, 1861 in Birmingham, Warwick, England, they emigrated from England on May 14, 1862.

Amos and his mother lived with relatives in Grantsville, Utah, until they moved to St. Charles, Idaho in October of 1864. Although Amos was only ten years old he did everything possible to earn a living for his mother and brother, Nephi Charles Virgin. This was a hard task during the early years of the valley as the homesteads were being made. Becoming a fisher and hunter, Amos also became an expert trapper and shipped the furs to an eastern market. He made his own snow shoes to run his traps; he also loved boating, swimming, skating, and sports of all kinds.

On September 27, 1875 Amos married Sarah Frances "Fannie" Merkley (May 19, 1857-December 17, 1938), adopted daughter of Christopher Merkley and Xarissa Fairbanks Merkley. Making their home in St. Charles, their union was blessed with ten children: Sarah Frances Virgin 1876, Alice Xarissa Virgin 1879, Linda Rose Virgin 1880, Mary Ann Virgin 1882, George Amos Virgin 1885, Eugenie Virgin 1889, Jessie Virgin 1892, Zalia Louise Virgin 1894, Alicia Naomi Virgin 1897 , and Heber Harold Virgin 1899. At one time their home was used for night school with Alma Larson as the teacher.

Amos loved music. He played the violin and sang in the choir. He loved to dance and called for dances. During the time of his stay in St. Charles he was a teacher in the Sunday School, and also a ward teacher. On July 18, 1886 he was ordained a Seventy by C.D. Fjelstead. Also during this time a daughter, Linda Rose Virgin, was buried in St. Charles in August of 1882.

One Sunday Brother Floyd, who ran a small local store, told Amos's mother that he was going to Salt Lake City on Monday. He said he would bring her some chairs if Amos would catch one hundred pounds of fish to send. After Sacrament meeting Amos and his mother went to the creek where he caught nine fish. His mother said this was enough so she took them to the house and dressed them. They weighed one hundred pounds. Floyd took the fish to Salt Lake City, sold them and brought home the chairs.

One time when Amos had saved five dollars for some needed shoes the local church brethren asked for money to build the Logan Temple. He gave the five dollars for the temple and pulled the old shoes together with wire, and then went to the logging camp in Logan Canyon to help get logs to build the Temple.

In August 1899 Amos and Fannie moved to Salem, Madison, Idaho with their four daughters and two sons to be nearer their tow oldest daughters who had married and moved there. There he bought a farm and in the Snake River Valley pioneered again. He worked in the office of the Church while he served as a Ward Teacher.

After he had converted James Inman, his wife and two sons, while ward teaching, they joined the Church. He was blessed with the gift of healing, and was called many times to administer to the sick. His examples and precepts were always worthy of a Latter-day Saint. He was ordained a High Priest on May 1, 1909 by George A. Pincock. His family is a credit and honor to him and his wife.

Sarah Frances "Fannie" Merkley Virgin died at Fish Haven on December 17, 1939 and was buried in St. Charles, Idaho.

Amos Moses Virgin died at the home of his youngest daughter, Alicia V. Howell, in Fish Haven, Idaho on October 12, 1942. He was buried by his wife and daughter Linda Rose Virgin, in St. Charles, Idaho.

Paul Brown states that to the best of his knowledge they are: The three daughters on the top row, he cannot swear to their identy. BUT since all the others are in birth order, I think that is a fair judgment Back row: Sarah Frances Virgin (b. July 22, 1876); Alice Xarissa Virgin (b. March 31,1879); Mary Ann Virgin (b. October 10,1882) and George Amos Virgin (b. September 8, 1885) Grandpa Amos Moses Virgin (b. Jan. 23, 1854) with Alicia Naomi Virgin (b. Feb. 6, 1897) on his lap; Eugenie Virgin (b. March 8, 1889); Jesse Virgin (b. January 28, 1892; died in 1928); and Zalia Louise Virgin (b. November 20, 1894); Heber Harold Virgin (b. May 31,1899) up on the edge of the sofa (Notice that there is 23 Years difference in Sarah and Harold) Grandma Sarah Frances MerkleyVirgin (b. May 19, 1857)

Now for some information: Sarah and Alice moved to Rexburg/Salem when Mother was just a small child. Their sister, Linda Rose (1880 and died 1882), was buried in St Charles and is not pictured. Her grave is there beside Grandpa & Grandma Virgin in St Charles. Grandma & Grandpa visited the two daughters and decided to move up there also. I remember Mother, Alicia, talking about some of their chickens getting away. Wish I could remember what they were called. Mutton chop that was the name of them. They had these fluffy feathers on their legs. George died from a ruptured appendix in 1903. Grandpa Virgin made the trip to SL to do George's endowment and have him sealed to a lady by the name of Elvira Judy. She had died previously and this was a decision by both parents to seal them to each other. Sources:

PAF - Archer files = Captain James Brown is the brother of Daniel Brown they married the Stephens sister, Martha and Elizabeth : Daniel Brown + Elizabeth Stephens > Willis Brown + Jane Williams > Willis Brown Jr. + Alice Matilda Dinsdale > Augustus Mark Brown + Zalia Louise Virgin < Amos Moses Virgin + Sarah Frances "Fannie" Merkley.

"History of Bear Lake Pioneers" Amos Moses Virgin written by Alicia Naomi Virgin Howell. DUP, Bear Lake County, Idaho. Pages 843-844.

Copyright 2001 www.orsonprattbrown.com


Amos Moses Virgin, son of George Thompson and Mary Ann Barker Virgin, was born in Marston, England, on January 23, 1854. After his father was accidentally killed being crushed between two cars when the wrong signal was given, his mother was faced with supporting two sons and a baby daughter. Mary Ann Barker had the great desire to go to Zion. On May 14, 1862, she with her two sons, Amos Moses and Nephi Charles, and Mercy Ann, a baby, left England. They with eight hundred Saints on board the "William Tappscott" set sail.

Amos Moses Virgin was now eight years of age, his brother, Nephi Charles, was under six. Even at this young age they with their mother and baby sister walked almost the entire distance across the plains. They traveled with the Horton D. Haight Company. At times Amos and Nephi would get so tired they lagged behind. One time they became so tired they lagged quite a ways behind and would have been lost or devoured by the wolves if the provisions wagon had not stopped and picked them up. His baby sister, Mercy Ann, had died on the plains near the Utah-Wyoming boarder October 6, 1862.

They arrived in Salt Lake Valley October 19 1862. Amos Moses and his family lived in Grantsville, Utah, with some relatives. Two years later they moved to St. Charles, Idaho, in Bear Lake Valley to make their home in October 1864.

Although Amos Moses was but ten years of age, he did everything possible to earn a living for his mother and brother. This was a hard task during the early years of the valley as homesteads were being made. Becoming a fisher and hunter, Amos Moses also became an expert trapper and shipped furs to an eastern market. He made his own snowshoes to run his traps. He also loved boating, swimming, skating, and sports of all kinds.

They were very poor. His mother, Mary Ann, was forced to glean wheat fields while Amos and Nephi fished and trapped. When Amos and Nephi were looking after their traps at the mouth of the creek that emptied into Bear Lake, their feet and clothing would get so cold and wet that they would take off their socks and wade in the icy water and then put their socks back on. They often laid on the ice where they were fishing until their clothing would dry in the sun. They often became snow blind caused by the glare of the sun on the ice and water.

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On September 27, 1875, Amos Moses married Sarah Francis Merkley, daughter of Christopher and Xarissa Fairbanks Merkley. Making their home in St. Charles, Idaho, near Bear Lake, Amos Moses and Sarah Francis were blessed with ten children: Sarah Francis, Alice Xarissa, Linda Rose, Mary Ann, George Amos, Eugenie, Jessie, Zalia Louise, Alicia Naomi, and Heber Harold.

Amos Moses loved music. He played the violin and sang in the choir. He loved to dance and called for dances. During the time of his stay in St. Charles, he was a teacher in the Sunday School and also a ward teacher. On July 18, 1886, Amos Moses Virgin was ordained a Seventy by C. D. Fulstead. Also during this time a daughter, Linda Rose, was buried in St. Charles.

One Sunday Brother Floyd told Amos' mother that he was going to Salt Lake City on Monday. He said he would bring her some chairs if Amos would catch one hundred pounds of fish to send. After Sacrament Meeting Amos and his mother went to the creek where he caught nine fish. His mother said this was enough so she took them to the house and dressed them. -They weighed one hundred pounds. Floyd took the fish to Salt Lake City, sold them and brought home the chairs.

One time when Amos had saved five dollars for some needed shoes, t2iev aske6 for money to build "--he Logan Temple. He gave the five dollars for the temple and pulled the old shoes together with wire and then went to the logging camp in Logan Canyon to help get logs to build the temple

In August Amos ' Moses Virgin and his wife Sarah Francis moved to Salem,, Idaho, with their four daughters and two sons to be nearer to their two oldest daughters who had married and moved there. There he bought a farm and in the Snake River Valley pioneered again. He worked in ' the office of the Church while he served as a ward teacher.

After he had converted James Inman, his wife and two sons while ward teaching, they joined the Church. Amos Moses was blessed with the gift of healing and was called many times to administer to the sick. His examples and precepts were always worthy of a Latter-day Saint. George A. Pinnock ordained him a High Priest on May 1, 1909. His family is a credit and honor to him and his wife.

Sarah Francis Merkley Virgin died at Fish-Haven December 17, 1939, and was buried in St. Charles, Idaho. Amos Moses Virgin died at the home of his youngest daughter, Alicia V. Howell, in Fish Haven, Idaho, on October 12, 1942. He was buried by his wife and daughter in St. Charles, Idaho.

The following is information from the ship records of the William Tapscott. Amos Moses crossed the ocean, and walked accross the plains with his mother when only seven years old.

Virgin, Amos, 1862, NA, Horton D. Haight, Deseret News Vol. 12 p. 98 microfilm 26589 Virgin, Amos, 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691 Virgin, Levi, 1862, NA, Horton D. Haight, Deseret News Vol. 12 p. 98 microfilm 26589 Virgin, Mary Ann, 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691 Virgin, Mary Ann, 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691 Virgin, Mercy, 1862, NA, Horton D. Haight, Deseret News Vol. 12 p. 98 microfilm 26589 Virgin, Nephi C., 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691

VIRGIN, Mary Ann <1832>

  Age: 30 Origin: England Occ: Widow
Note: BMR, p.150.

VIRGIN, Amos <1855>

  Age: 7 Origin: England

VIRGIN, Nephi C. <1857>

  Age: 5 Origin: England

VIRGIN, Mary Ann <1862>

  Age: infant Origin: England
Note: "Infant" (BMR).

Ship: William Tapscott

Date of Departure: 14 May 1862 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
LDS Immigrants: 807 Church Leader: William Gibson
Date of Arrival: 25 Jun 1862 Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Source(s): BMR, Book #1047, pp. 126-164 (FHL #025,691); Customs #610 (FHL #175,576); SMR, 1862 (FHL #025,696)
Notes: ". . . On Tuesday, the packet ship William Tapscott, Captain Bell, cleared with 807 souls of the Saints on board, under the presidency of Elder William Gibson, with Elders John Clark and Francis M. Lyman as his counsellors, and sailed on Wednesday morning.  Elder Gibson arrived from Zion in the  beginning of December 1859, and for some time travelled through the Mission, teaching and instructing the Saints in the various conferences where his labors extended.  Since January 1st, 1860, he has presided over the Cheltenham District.  Elder F. M. Lyman, who arrived July 27th, 1860, has been presiding over the Essex Conference, and Elder Clark over the Sheffield Conference.  The following elders accompanied these brethren on the William Tapscott -- namely, Elder Samuel Hargraves, late president of the Durham Conference, who arrived September 21st, 1860, Elder William Dallin, late president of the Newcastle - on - Tyne Conference, who arrived August 26th, 1860, and Elder Thomas C. Staynet, from Zion, who have been on missions to this country; also Elders Thomas Liez, late president of the Preston Conference, Thomas W. Rees, late president of the Eastern Glamorgan Conference, Israel Bale, late travelling elder in the Worcestershire Conference, William Shires, late travelling elder in the Leeds Conference, and Joseph R. Morgan, late travelling elder in Herefordshire Conference, who with gladness and joy embrace the privilege of gathering with the Saints.  These brethren have all labored with diligence and faithfulness and are released with the blessings of the presidency, and the prayers of hte Saints. Elder H. Whittall, who has labored in this office for some years, likewise sailed with this company, feeling to rejoice at the privilege of gathering with his family to the valleys of the mountains.  On Tuesday afternoon, Presidents Lyman, Rich, and Cannon held a meeting on board, addressed the Saints, and organized the company.  Good feelings seemed to be enjoyed by all, and the Spirit of God was copiously poured out.  May the prayers which were offered up on their behalf be realized in their fulfilment, that their voyage and journey may be speedy and prosperous, till they reach their destination in the home of the Saints. . ."

"Wed. 14. [May 1862] -- The ship William Tapscott sailed from Liverpool, with 808 Saints, under the direction of William Gibson, John Clark and Francis M. Lyman. It arrived safely at New York."

Ancestral File Number: 1P24-MH

Were all Amos's children BIC?


Original Message
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 12:20 AM Subject: Re: Mercy Truth Barker and patriarchal blessings of Amos Moses and Sarah Fran...

Yes, the children were all BIC. When you look at their Deceased member Files you will find that some of them have the date of Amos and Sarah Frances' sealing date in the SLTemple. I know that my Mother's sealing has been redone.

Yes, the history of Mercy Truth Barker Keetch is VERY long. 36 pages in fact. I will send it as an attachment tonight. Please let me know that it arrived safely. I will put the patriarchal blessings into one file so that they can come with one attachment. You mention that you can tell a lot from reading them. You'll be interested in Sarah Frances'. It says that her calling and election has been made sure. Amos Fairbanks is of the leinage of Judah!! interesting!

Virgin, Amos, 1862, NA, Horton D. Haight, Deseret News Vol. 12 p. 98 microfilm 26589 Virgin, Amos, 1862, NA, William Tapscott, Ship roster on microfilm(s) 175576 25691

1880 census St. Charles, Bear Lake, Idaho, p 105:

Amos VIRGIN   Self   M   Male   W   25   ENG   Laborer   ENG   ENG
Frances VIRGIN   Wife   M   Female   W   23   UT   Keeps House   CAN   IN
Sarah F. VIRGIN   Dau   S   Female   W   4   ID      ENG   UT
Alice T. VIRGIN   Dau   S   Female   W   1   ID      ENG   UT

1. Amos came to Utah 19 Oct 1862 in the Horton D. Haight Company. He married Sarah F. Merkley Sept 27, 1875. Her parents, Christopher Merkley and Xarissa Fairbanks of Salt Lake City were pioneers of 1851 in an independent company. The family home was in Salem, Idaho.

2. AMOS MOSES VIRGIN Amos Moses Virgin, son of George Thompson and Mary Ann Barker Virgin, was born in Marston, England, on January 23, 1854. After his father was accidentally killed being crushed between two cars when the wrong signal was given, his mother was faced with supporting two sons and a baby daughter. Mary Ann Barker had the great desire to go to Zion. On May 14, 1862, she with her two sons, Amos Moses and Nephi Charles, and Mercy Ann, a baby, left England. They with eight hundred Saints on board the "William Tappscott" set sail.

Amos Moses Virgin was now eight years of age, his brother, Nephi Charles, was under six. Even at this young age they with their mother and baby sister walked almost the entire distance across the plains. They traveled with the Horton D. Haight Company. At times Amos and Nephi would get so tired they lagged behind. One time they became so tired they lagged quite a ways behind and would have been lost or devoured by the wolves if the provisions wagon had not stopped and picked them up. His baby sister, Mercy Ann, had died on the plains near the Utah-Wyoming boarder October 6, 1862.

They arrived in Salt Lake Valley October 19 1862. Amos Moses and his family lived in Grantsville, Utah, with some relatives. Two years later they moved to St. Charles, Idaho, in Bear Lake Valley to make their home in October 1864.

Although Amos Moses was but ten years of age, he did everything possible to earn a living for his mother and brother. This was a hard task during the early years of the valley as homesteads were being made. Becoming a fisher and hunter, Amos Moses also became an expert trapper and shipped furs to an eastern market. He made his own snowshoes to run his traps. He also loved boating, swimming, skating, and sports of all kinds.

They were very poor. His mother, Mary Ann, was forced to glean wheat fields while Amos and Nephi fished and trapped. When Amos and Nephi were looking after their traps at the mouth of the creek that emptied into Bear Lake, their feet and clothing would get so cold and wet that they would take off their socks and wade in the icy water and then put their socks back on. They often laid on the ice where they were fishing until their clothing would dry in the sun. They often became snow blind caused by the glare of the sun on the ice and water.

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Cecil_L_Shirley http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3382a436-732e-4a76-9ad6-afc22bec3f4a&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Bubb, George http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=5b7e8b35-272f-447c-97b5-4e45f12f64c7&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Bubb, Esther Maria http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=f6a636d1-eb26-48bc-a3af-1c2afb0b3b29&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

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Arthur_Coulson_Shirley http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=b6c370b3-f301-4a54-a833-86347f3df9ab&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos_Moses_Virgin-Cem-Marker http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=cfeba57e-8855-4ac4-b0d8-2a495fa00884&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

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Amos Virgin http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=e093391a-8072-4db3-b4e1-9fdf2eff7567&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=240f6dca-888a-4489-9bb0-238872dba844&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin family - Salem home http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=41647f27-292f-44a0-a6b8-cf4d87012721&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin family - Salem home-colorized http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=da29f90f-9ffe-4c09-8aae-00d0c3ff22c2&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin 001 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=a9a00b0b-e784-431b-985b-3a7503ceead0&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Alice Jennett Shirley http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=293a5fb0-70fa-4668-8aa1-be96c2ba7987&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

154 Gottfried & Rosa Lina Baur wedding day 11 Jan 1898 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=0186054a-69ef-4c81-b517-ddcabfcd950a&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

152 Henry, Rosa Lina, Mary, Fred (Back), Gottfried, Minnie & http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=d23802e6-1113-4560-b55a-6283d0e2df74&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

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Amos Virgin http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=baf8b013-701e-415e-8460-2370eac809c6&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=f52ef4ef-d8c7-42f4-a9d4-b4f387d16904&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin family - Salem home http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=63d2ccaa-ee07-4de7-b03a-e29962bfe2a5&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin family - Salem home-colorized http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3df10e4e-961d-480d-b13e-b4f84c576799&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin 001 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=0c2bb3aa-78f4-49df-82c6-f4c11358d3ab&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Alice Jennett Shirley http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=faef7425-384a-4a80-a688-bc404bd6eab0&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

154 Gottfried & Rosa Lina Baur wedding day 11 Jan 1898 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=1d118ef2-aaf5-41bd-9630-92bd3bf6d07f&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

152 Henry, Rosa Lina, Mary, Fred (Back), Gottfried, Minnie & http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=89d6126b-0c88-46d6-b1c4-59392dfda9bd&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Rayolas photo of the entire family - Edited http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=bbdd9daf-3288-4f75-8ad9-ff0d2834508a&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Virgin Family Portrait http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=4dcb4569-4e9d-461f-944d-5355e1eeeb14&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin and Sarah Frances Merkley8x10PRINT http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=877364f6-0556-47c7-bc10-5df6d6e267ef&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin and Sarah Frances Merkley http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=21898a56-f450-4711-8a6e-77fbe02a4a57&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

Amos Moses Virgin 1854-1942 http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=c5a772bc-322f-41ad-b01c-8f7540dd03a7&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

AF_Fix_Up http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=fc65f419-9987-411b-a995-897d38656769&tid=4333595&pid=-1620401243

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Amos Moses Virgin's Timeline

1854
January 23, 1854
Marston Mortaine, Bedfordshire, England
1876
July 22, 1876
Age 22
St Charles, ID, United States
1879
1879
Age 24
ID, United States
1880
1880
Age 25
1882
October 10, 1882
Age 28
Saint Charles, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States
1885
September 8, 1885
Age 31
Saint Charles, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States
1889
March 8, 1889
Age 35
Saint Charles, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States
1889
Age 34
1892
January 28, 1892
Age 38
Saint Charles, Bear Lake County, Idaho, United States