NameMercy Harriet LAMBERT ®1, F
Birth Date21 Mar 1866
Birth PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date13 Apr 1948 ®4
Death PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Death MemoHome of George Wilde
Burial Date16 Apr 1948 ®23
Burial PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial MemoKamas City Cemetery
ResidenceKamas, Summit, Utah
ReligionThe Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints
Cause of deathCardiac Failure ®4
FatherJohn LAMBERT , M (1820-1893)
MotherAdelia GROESBECK , F (1822-1910)
Spouses
Birth Date17 Apr 1863
Birth PlaceHoytsville, Summit, Utah Territory, United States
Death Date8 Aug 1941 ®4
Death PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial Date11 Aug 1941 ®23
Burial PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
Burial MemoKamas City Cemetery
OccupationMailman, Farmer
ResidenceKamas, Summit, Utah
Cause of deathCoronary Thrombosis ®4
FatherMorgan LEWIS , M (1826-1907)
MotherMary BOWEN , F (1827-1886)
Marr Date25 Jan 1888
Marr PlaceLogan, Cache, Utah, United States
ChildrenDaniel Denis , M (1889-1958)
 Morgan Wilford , M (1891-1973)
 Joseph Elmer , M (1894-1969)
 Mary Josephine , F (1896-1982)
 Mercy Ethelin , F (1898-1977)
 Emmagene (Died as Infant), F (1900-1900)
 Emery Lambert , M (1902-1979)
 Garret (Died as Infant), M (1904-1904)
 Addie Belle , F (1906-1997)
 Alan Scott , M (1908-1992)
 John Glen , M (1911-1996)
Notes for Mercy Harriet LAMBERT
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Mercy Harriet Lambert
Gender: Female
Birth: 1866-03-21, Kamas, Summit, Utah
Death: 1948-04-13
Father: John Lambert
Mother: Adelia Groesbeck
Spouse: Daniel Bowen Lewis
LDS Bap: 6 Jun 1878
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Obituary notes for Mercy Harriet LAMBERT
Mercy H. L. Lewis
KAMAS, Summit County, April 14 -- Mrs. Mercy Harriet Lambert Lewis, 82, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mary J. Wilde, Tuesday at 5 a.m. of causes incident to age.

A daughter of John and Adelia Groesbeck Lambert, she was born in Kamas March 21, 1866. She was married to Daniel B. Lewis in the Logan temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Jan 25, 1888. He died in 1941. She was active in LDS organizations until her health failed.

Surviving are six sons, Denis Lewis, Salt Lake City, Morgan W., Scott A., Emery L., and John G. Lewis, Kamas; Mrs. Wilde, Mrs. Etheline Pack and Mrs. Addie Russell, all of Kamas; three sisters, Mrs. Ann White, Heber; Mrs. Elena Michie, Provo; and Mrs. Emeline Carpenter, Park City; 48 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted in the Kamas LDS ward chapel Friday at 2 p.m. by Ile Russell, bishop. Friends may call at the Olpin mortuary, Heber, Wednesday and Thursday, and Thursday evening and Friday until time of services at the home of Mrs. Wilde.

Newspaper: Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 1948, “Obituaries.”
Newspaper: Park Record, Park City, Utah, 1948-04-15
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Notes for Daniel Bowen (Spouse 1)
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Daniel Bowen Lewis
Gender: Male
Birth: 1863-04-17, Hoytsville, Summit, Utah
Death: 1941-08-08
Spouse: Mercy Harriet Lambert
LDS Bap: 2 Aug 1877
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Obituary notes for Daniel Bowen (Spouse 1)
Newspaper: Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 1941, “Obituaries.”
Daniel B. Lewis
KAMAS -- Daniel B. Lewis, 78, town council member, farmer-stockman and long identified with development of Kamas valley, died Friday afternoon at his residence of a heart attack suffered earlier in the day.

A resident of Kamas valley since he was a small boy, Mr. Lewis was a member of the original town council, served for 30 years as a rural mail carrier and was several times a school board trustee. He was born on April 17, 1863, in Hoytsville, to Morgan and Mary Bowen Lewis.

Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mercy H. Lambert Lewis, whom he married on January 25, 1888 in Logan LDS temple; nine sons and daughters, Daniel D., Morgan W., Scott A., and John G. Lewis, Mrs. Mary Wilde, Mrs Addie B. Russell and Mrs. Ethelin Pack, all of Kamas; Joseph E. Lewis of Heber and Emery L. Lewis of Marion; 42 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Also surviving are a sister and two brothers. Mrs. Mary J. Parks and Morgan Lewis of Kamas, and Henry Lewis of Murray.

Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Kamas LDS ward chapel by Bishop Stanley Best. Burial will be in Kamas cemetery. Friends may call at the family residence Sunday afternoon and evening and prior to services Monday.
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