NameSarah Amelia LAMBERT ®1, F
Birth Date9 Mar 1853
Birth PlaceSalt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date22 Mar 1928 ®4
Death PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial Date25 Mar 1928 ®23
Burial PlaceFrancis, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial MemoFrancis Cemetery
ResidenceKamas, Summit, Utah
ReligionThe Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints
Cause of deathPneumonia, Diabetes ®4
FatherJohn LAMBERT , M (1820-1893)
MotherAdelia GROESBECK , F (1822-1910)
Spouses
Birth Date20 Oct 1849
Birth PlaceSalt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date16 May 1932 ®4
Death PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial Date18 May 1932 ®6
Burial PlaceFrancis, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial MemoFrancis City Cemetery
OccupationBlacksmith And Farmer
ResidenceKamas, Summit, Utah
Military ServiceUtah Militia, Black Hawk War
Public ServiceJustice Of The Peace
Cause of deathInfirmities Incident To Age, Arteriosclerosis ®4
FlagsMilitary
FatherJohn PACK Sr. , M (1809-1885)
MotherRuth MOSHER , F (1827-1914)
Marr Date5 Jan 1874
Marr PlaceSalt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
ChildrenRufus Silas (Died as Infant), M (1874-1875)
 Sarah Adelia , F (1876-1894)
 Mary Cordelia (Died as Infant), F (1877-1878)
 Mosher Franklin , M (1879-1956)
 Lambert L. , M (1881-1962)
 Daniel Lambert , M (1883-1965)
 Mercy Amelia , F (1885-1942)
 Eugene Melvin , M (1887-1987)
 Dean Alvin , M (1889-1979)
 John Calvin , M (1892-1950)
 Devar Marvale , M (1894-1976)
 Lamont Aldinni , M (1897-1993)
Notes for Sarah Amelia LAMBERT
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Sarah Amelia Lambert
Gender: Female
Birth: 1853-03-19, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Death: 1928-03-22
Father: John Lambert
Mother: Adelia Groesbeck
Spouse: Silas Mosher Pack
LDS Bap: 4 Apr 1861
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Census notes for Sarah Amelia LAMBERT
1900 United States Census
State of Utah, County of Summit
Kamas Precinct

Pack, Silas M, Head, age 50, mar 27y, born Utah, Tradesman
Pack, Sarah A. Wife, age 48, mar 27y, 12 children, 9 living, born Utah
Pack, Mosher F., Son, age 21, single, born Utah
Pack, Lambert L., Son, age 18, single, born Utah
Pack, Daniel L., Son age 16, born Utah
Pack, Mercy A., Daughter, age 14, born Utah
Pack, Eugene M., Son, age 12, born Utah
Pack, Dean A., Son age 10, born Utah
Pack, John C., Son, age 8, born Utah
Pack, DeVar M., Son age 6, born Utah
Pack, Lamont A., Son, age 2, born Utah
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Obituary notes for Sarah Amelia LAMBERT
Sarah Pack Dies

Sarah L. Pack, age 75, a native of Salt Lake, died at her home in Kamas, Utah, early yesterday morning. She is survived by her husband, Silas M. Pack of Kamas, by eight sons, Mosher F., Daniel L., Dr. Dean A., Dr John C., Devar M., all of Salt Lake; Lambert L. of Raymond, Canada; Dr. E.M., Dr. Lamont A., of Ogden and by one daughter, Mrs. Lorenzo Sargent of Kamas; by five sisters, Mary L. Gibson of Vernal, Mrs. Ann White, Emma Pack of Roosevelt, Mrs. Mercy Lewis and Mrs Emeline Carpenter of Kamas, and by three brothers, Richard, Joseph and Ephraim Lambert, all of Roosevelt. Funeral arrangements are pending.

Newspaper: Park Record, Park City Utah, 1928-03-23
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Notes for Silas Mosher (Spouse 1)
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Silas Mosher Pack
Gender: Male
Birth: 1849-10-20, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Death: 1932-05-16
Father: John Pack
Mother: Ruth Mosher
Spouse: Sarah Amelia Lambert
LDS Bap: 9 Aug 1857
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Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia
, Volume 2, Biographies

Pack, Silas Mosher, bishop of Kamas Ward, Summit County, Utah, was born Oct. 20 1849, in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of John Pack (one of the original one hundred and forth-three pioneers of Utah) and Ruth Mosher. He was baptized in August, 1857 by Judson Tolman at Bountiful, Davis County; ordained an Elder Jan. 5, 1874, in the Endowment House, Salt Lake City, and married the same day to Sarah Amelia Lambert, a daughter of John Lambert, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean in the ship that brought the first company of emigrating British Saints to America.

Silas acted as a Ward teacher in Kamas from 1878 to 1888, labored as a Sunday School Superintendent in the Kamas Ward Sunday School from 1879 to 1895, served as an officer in the first Y.M.M.I.A. organization of that ward; was ordained a president of the 22nd quorum of Seventy June 1, 1884, and acted in that capacity till May 19, 1901; acted as a home missionary in the Summit Stake from 1898 to 1901; was superintendent of Religion classes of Kamas Ward from 1898 to 1900; labored as a Y.M.M.I.A. missionary in Morgan County, Utah, and Oneida County, Idaho, during the winter of 1899 - 1900; was ordained a High Priest and set apart as a High Councilor at the Summit Stake May 19, 1901, by Reed Smoot; filled a short mission to California in 1907 - 1908, and was ordained a Bishop of the Kamas Ward March 14, 1908, by John Henry Smith, as he returned home from California, having previously been chosen and sustained for that office by the people of Kamas.

Brother Pack is the father of twelve children, is by occupation a farmer, ranchman, blacksmith, wheelwright, and house-builder; has served as justice of the peace three terms, and as a military man in the Utah militia during the Black Hawk war, and filled other positions of honor and responsibility. For efficient service in expeditions against Indians he wears a badge of honor.
~Vernon James
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Wasatch Wave, 30 Jan 1893, “Kamas Kinks

One of the owners in the Lambert & Co. sawmill met with an accident the other day. While trying to unbelt the cut-off saw he bent forward and by so doing the saw cut an ugly gash in his thigh. The party was S. M. Pack. he is improving as fast as can be expected.

Ibid. - 6 Feb 1893, “Kamas Kinks”
S.M. Pack, the man who sat down on a cut-off saw some time ago, is getting along nicely.

Ibid. - 27 Feb 1893, “Kamas Kinks”
S.M. Pack, the man who sat down on a cut-off saw, is again on the streets on crutches. It was a bad cut for our new Democratic justice.
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Census notes for Silas Mosher (Spouse 1)
1900 United States Census
State of Utah, County of Summit
Kamas Precinct

Pack, Silas M, Head, age 50, mar 27y, born Utah, Tradesman
Pack, Sarah A. Wife, age 48, mar 27y, 12 children, 9 living, born Utah
Pack, Mosher F., Son, age 21, single, born Utah
Pack, Lambert L., Son, age 18, single, born Utah
Pack, Daniel L., Son age 16, born Utah
Pack, Mercy A., Daughter, age 14, born Utah
Pack, Eugene M., Son, age 12, born Utah
Pack, Dean A., Son age 10, born Utah
Pack, John C., Son, age 8, born Utah
Pack, DeVar M., Son age 6, born Utah
Pack, Lamont A., Son, age 2, born Utah
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Obituary notes for Silas Mosher (Spouse 1)
DUP Obituary Scrapbook:
Silas Mosher pack, 83 a founder of Kamas, died Monday morning at his Kamas home from infirmities incident to his age. Mr. Pack was born October 20, 1849 , near Bountiful, and with his parents went to the Kamas valley as a boy of 10, where he had since made his home.

He was a life-long active member of the L.D.S. church, having fulfilled three missions and having served as bishop of Kamas ward, Sunday School superintendent and in other capacities. He also had been a trustee of Kamas schools.

He had engaged in the various pioneer occupations of farmer, carpenter, flour miller, road builder and irrigation company leader. He many times made peace with Indians in the early days, following Brigham Young’s precepts that “it is better to feed Indians than to fight them.”

His wife, Mrs. Sarah Lambert Pack, died four years ago. surviving him are eight sons: Mosher F., Dr. John C. and Divar M. of Salt Lake; L. Lambert of Raymond. Alberta, Canada; Professor Daniel L. of Alamo, Nev; Dr. Eugene M. and Dr. Lamont A. of Ogden; Dr. Dean A. of Boston, and a daughter, Mrs. Mercy Sargent of Kamas.

Funeral services will be held at the Kamas chapel Wednesday at 1 p.m., with internment beside his wife in the new Kamas cemetery.
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