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Baum Infant Dies ' , at Pleasant View i Urtfif lMnm
FUNERAL FOR GEORGE BAUM. A large congregation of re+ati?ea ad friends attended the funeral ser- vice for George Baum yesterday- afternoon in the Pleasant View ward meeting house. The Provo company of Indian war veterans attended in a body in honor of their departed com- sp^'ak er=n, ere Sflder'j JfvUjp Booth and Albert Joles and Bishop Burden mm Who all -testified ot the worthy life of the deceased; and spoke of the part he had tajcon hi? the building of the "XL ^ 'w by a
George aum, a Provo - pioneer of 1852, died Saturday night at his home in Pleasant View of paralysis from which he has suffered since February 16, 1912 . Mr. Baum was born November 2, 1829 , in Pennsylvania, and on coming to Utah, while a young man, took an active part in the de- velopment of this section of the gtatc. He -was an - honorable; iiF duatrious man and ... was generally respected* Mr. Baum is survived by his wife and ten children. He was the father of nineteen children, and had 62 grand-children and 60 great- grandchildren. The funeral Services will be held Wednesday at 2 oclock in the Pleasant View ward house,
John Furley BAUM is a member of the BAUM Family.