in 1879. With her husba life, accepting a missio Arizona, among the India in wagons and vivid memo with her throughout her return from the mission settled on the west side their ranch a few years Here they lived until 19 has since been her home.
to colonize in
trip was made
endured the rigors of pioneer
ries of the ordeal
of the upper valley. and then built a home 20 when they moved to
They lived at Auburn. Afton which
In addition to her own large family
of 12, she helped rear several orphaned grandchildren and leaves a posterity of 193 persons including 7 children, 52 grandchildren, 109 great-grandchildren and 25 great-great grandchildren.
All her life she served these with whom she came in contact in whatever capacity the emergencies of the moment called for, cheerfully sacrificing her own comfort so that
those about her might for many years in the
She served as an
beautifully Ogden, Utah
the care of home with community.
She died at
has cared life, had
for her mother during the declining moved just a week previous.
The funeral was held at Bountiful Monday October, 9 at 1:30 p.m. with Patriarch James E. Burns, a life long friend
of the family conducting. nephew, Galvin Corbridge. Granddaughter Mrs. Cheste
was offered by
to Face" by a
"Goin' Home" by a grandson, LaDell Sessions.
She was la children in the
She leaves Edward Sessions Taggart all of Sessions, Aubur
Harrison. Song- sin, Joseph Wood.
"That Wonderful Mother Of Speaker, Patriarch James
ing Prayer by Earl Sessions. nephew, Alvin Wood. id to rest beside her husband
Bountiful Cemetery. to mourn her loss the following children: , Roy Sessions, Delbert Sessions and Valora Ogden, Russ Sessions, Salt Lake City, Will n and Ruby Kennington.