1. Richard Lowe
DEATH: Richard Lowe died of Paralytic stroke.
Source: Springville City Records #828.
BURIAL: Richard Lowe Was buried In the City cemetery, Springvile, Utah, Block 15, Lot 2, Position 4
Source: City records #828.
EPITAPH: "He was honest, he was loved, and he lived each moment of his life to the fullest....leaving a vast amount of progenitors to honer his name."
OCCUPATION: Richard Lowe was a farmer, stockraiser and apiarist. He also worked in factories and learned the trade of tailor. He served as head watermaster for the Springville area for many years. He was a veteran of the Walker & Blackhawk Indian wars.
BAPTISM: GS F# 25165 Restricted Section. GS F# 6490-1 for baptism.
!SEALING: Sealing of wife to husband Index cards, 25165, LDS Amity Arizona;
Ward records. 1200, 6515. Hooper ward GS F# 6336. Births; Early
Church Information File. Eliza Jane was sealed to Richard Lowe.
HISTORY: Richard Lowe left Chesterfield England on August 20 1849 on the ship James Pennell with Captain Fullerton. He worked in St. Louis Missouri till he earned money for the Utah trip. He came to Utah in 1851 and lived in Grantsville where he married Ada Clements. They Moved to Brigham City, Utah where there first son, Richard Alvin was born in 1856. They settled in what is now Springville, Utah in 1857. He built an adobe home there at 40 East & 7th South. He was president of the LDS Elders quorum at Springville.
Some wheat was found in a cave which Richard planted. He shared his crop with his neighbors. The wheat became known as Dick Lowe Wheat.
SOURCE: Denice Dallin, Wheeler of Evanston, Wyoming; Camp Heritage of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers;
Pioneers and prominent Men of Utah, page 1011;
Juliett Lowe Dallin, his daughter;
Gravestone data used by Elden Ray and Geraldean Lowe; LDS AFNs: 1RRQ-S7L and 1RRQ-S8S;
Index cards: Sealing of wife to husband 25165, LDS Amity Arizona ward records. 1200, 6515, Hooper ward GS F# 6336;
Births: Early Church Information File. Eliza Jane was sealed to Richard Lowe GS F# 25165; Restricted Section. GS F# 6490-1 for baptism.
1. Ada Clements
BIRTH: Ada Clements may have been born in Fayette Missouri.
Source: Automated Archives.
DEATH: Ada Clements, Lowe died giving birth to her tenth child.
BURIAL: Ada Clements, Lowe was buried in the City Cemetery, Springville, Utah, Block 15 Lot 2 Position 2.
Source: City records #829;
According to Springville Cemetery Records Ada was buried with a premature baby, Bingham Lowe; Probably, his name actually is Benjamin Lowe.
CONFIRMED: Ada Clements was confirmed an LDS member at age 13 by A. Evertt.
HISTORY: Ada Clements and her 3 sisters, Lucy, Eliza and Elizabeth came to Utah on October 2 1847 with the Jedidiah Grants Company.
SOURCE: Juliett Lowe Dallin, Ada's daughter;
Gravestone data used by Elden Ray and Geraldean Lowe; LDS AFNs: 1RRQ-S7L and 1RRQ-S8S.