Remembering Charlotte Amanda Bushman b. 31 July 1860

Bushman, Amanda (Sabey) with Family 10016Bushman, Amanda (Sabey) with Family 10015 This is the inscription on the back of the photo.

The Theodore Turley Family Book p. 479:
Charlotte Amanda Bushman Sabey

Charlotte Amanda Bushman was born July 31, 1860 in Lehi, Utah. She was a daughter of Jacob and Charlotte Turley Bushman. She was married to John Sabey in the Endowment House in Salt Lake City on December 11, 1879. Amanda died on January 25, 1928.

John Sabey was the son of James and Jane Bone Sabey, early converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He was born June 2, 1859 in Bedfordshire, England. He served as a construction worker, foreman of a railroad section, city marshal of Lehi, and as a colonizing missionary to Arizona. John died June 12, 1916 in Lehi.

Children of Amanda Bushman and John Sabey (all born in Lehi):

John Richard Sabey, Oct. 29, 1880-Aug. 11, 1948
Charlotte Jane Sabey Gray, April 19, 1883’96 March 5, 1952
Grace Erminnie Sabey, Sept. 7, 1886- Nov. 9, 1887
Clara Roxanna Sabey Doyle, Oct. 16, 1888-May 22, 1942
Aaron J. Sabey,Dec. 10. 1891
Arthur Sabey, April 29, 1895-Nov. 10, 1964
James Jacob Sabey, April 11, 1898-Dec. 24, 1973
Lexie Rose Sabey Adams, Dec. 2, 1902

Bushman Family History by Newbern I. Butt, p. 20:
Charlotte Amanda Bushman was limited in her activities by poor health, but served as a Relief Society teacher.

This is all I know about Charlotte Amanda Bushman Sabey, sister to my great great grandmother, Grace Honor Bushman Lundquist.  Do any of you out there know her?   Today I honor her life and memory.

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I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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