KAYSVILLE KINKS #94 IN SERIES - NOVEMBER 1898
Mrs. John H. Bonnemort entertained a number of friends at a tea on Thursday.
J. B. Jarman, who was laid up a week on account of having one of his fingers quite badly crushed, went back to his post in the mill last week.
George Blood and 7 other of our local gunners were out on the Sand Ridge slaughtering rabbits on Thanksgiving day.
What is known as "The Dewey Club" was organized last Friday with R. W. Barnes Pres.; Miss Nora Bonnemort and Fred Williams, VP's; and George Blood Sec./Treasurer. The objective is to conduct balls, socials, and various forms of amusements during the winter months. There are approximately 40 members. Each male member pays $1 per month which entitles him to attend all the entertainments given by the club during that month, and each lady pays a fee of 25 Cents.
T. J. Robins (Theodore Joseph), an old time resident of Kaysville passed away Saturday afternoon. He was 51 years of age. The funeral services were held Tuesday. The meeting house was crowded. 70 buggies and wagons followed the remains to their final resting place in the Kaysville Cemetery. He leaves behind a wife and 7 children to mourn his loss.
PHOTO: Theodore Joseph Robins (1847-1898). Veteran Blackhawk War 1866 with Capt. A. Biglers Co. Cavalry. Married Susanna Ellen Ellison on March 3, 1873. Photo courtesy Ancestry.
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