|Hannah Simister Bale (photo NOT included with obituary)|
Hannah Simister Bale
Deseret News, April 3, 1946
(No photo accompanying obituary)
NEPHI – Funeral Services for Mrs. Hanna Simister Bale, 75, who died in her home Monday, will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in Nephi South Ward chapel by Bishop P. B. Cowan. Burial will be in Nephi Cemetery.
Friends may call at the family home Thursday from 10 a.m. until time of services.
Mrs. Bale was born in Coalville, April 8, 1870, daughter of John W. and Elizabeth Brierly Simister. She was married to Israel C. Bale in the Logan Temple, June 29, 1887. He died in 1930.
Surviving are six daughters and two sons: Louisa Jensen, Provo; Mrs. May Pitt, Mrs. Amy Worwood, Nephi; Mrs. Pitt Tooele; Mrs. Belle Montague, Payson; Mrs. Millie Peterson, Goshen; Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Las Vegas, Nevada; Mrs. Amy Worwood, Nephi [sic]; Bernard Bale, Genola; and Frank Bale, Springville; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Beckwith, Delta; and Mrs. C. L. Swenson, Salt Lake; 39 grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren.
[*This obituary mentions Mrs. May Pitt of Nephi, and then Mrs. Pitt of Tooele – these apparently are the same person, Elizabeth May Pitt, and therefore is a typo. It also references Mrs. Amy Worwood twice, which is a typo. Incidentally, (Emma) Louisa Jensen also married a Pitt – her first Husband, Leonard Nicholi, who died very young, whose older brother, John W. Pitt married Louisa’s sister, the Mrs. May Pitt referenced in this obituary. Louisa then married Charles C. Jensen.]