Worland Grit no. 24 June 23, 1921, page 1

Manderson Lady gives Up Life at 89

Julia Anne Peters Arledge, 89 wife of A. R. Arledge died at the home of her daughter Mrs. J. E. Goodrich, at Manderson Wyoming.

Mrs. Arledge is survived by her husband and six children, as follows: Mrs. H. J. Turner, Kleskum Hill. Canada; Mrs. F. P. Brown Big Trails, Wyoming; Mrs. J E Goodrich Manderson, Wyoming; Mrs F. M. Bremmer. Richfield, Washington; Mr. Walter Arledge, Asotin, Washington; Mrs. R. C. Nicholson Greybull Wyoming; also one brother Siles Peters, Asotin, Washington. Her grandchildren number 32 and great grand children 36. Mrs. Arledge was born July 13th, 1834 at York state and came to Wyoming some 39 years ago. She was a faithful wife and devoted mother.

The funeral services were held at Tensleep. Sunday June 12th where Elder G. M. Porter of the Latter Day Saints church conducted the services. The music was furnished by the Tensleep choir which sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere". Prayer by Elder G. M. Porter.

Elder J. F. Petersen spoke of the good work of Mrs. Arledge and the mission she has fulfilled by raising her children and fulfilling the first comandment of God Multiply and replenish the earth; also spoke of the resurrection of the dead, and quoted several passages of scripture to support

this subject and the progression of the hereafter.

Elder G. M. Porter spoke the mission of mankind here on earth and referred to the great council in heaven which brought about our free agency and existence here on earth; dwelt upon the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and so shall the ressurrection of all mankind except the sons of perdition; spoke of the three great events of life, which is, the birth, the death, and resurrection.

Elder J. F. Petersen sang "Sometime We'll Understand". Closing prayer by Elder J. T. Pituse.

The remains were laid to rest in the Tensleep cemetery and the grave was dedicated by Elder G M Porter-Contributed.


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Sheridan Post no. 42 June 22, 1921, page 3

Aged Wyoming Woman dies at Manderson

Mrs. Julia Ann Arledge, wife of A. R. Arledge, and mother of Mrs. C. R. Nicholson of this city, died at their home at Manderson Friday, June 10, aged 89 years, she had been ill for several days. The remains were interred at Tensleep Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Arledge was born in Sweden and she and her husband had resided in Wyoming about thirty years.

She was the mother of six children who, with the aged husband, survive her. She also had thirty-two grandchildren and thirty-six great-grandchildren.

The aged couple often spent some time visiting in Greybull. Greybull Standard


Julia and Alexander


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