Fred Martindale Hill, 65 of 271 Twenty-first, a retired railroad car inspector, died at nine p.m. Wednesday in a local hospital after a four-day illness.
Mr. Hill was born July 24, 1882, In Ogden, a son of Henry Albert and Verena Bachman Hill. He attended Ogden schools. For 47 years he was employed by the Denver & Rio Grande Western railroad as an inspector. He retired a year ago.
On June 24, 1903 he married Edith Lenora Middleton in Ogden.
He was a member of the L.D.S. church and was affiliated with the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen and Woodmen of the World. Surviving are his widow; three sons, Patrolman Ralph Hill of the city police department and Fred L. Hill, Ogden; Arthur Hill, Palo Alto, Calif.; seven grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters; Horace, Lawrence B and Harold E. Hill and Mrs. Hazel Boyle, Ogden.
Sevices will be conducted Staurday at three p.m. at the mortuary, Twenty-fourth at Adams , by Bishiop Thomas L. Checketts of the L.D.S. Third ward. Burial will be in Ogden city Cemetery.
|Birth:||Jul. 24, 1882|
|Death:||Apr. 21, 1948|
Edith Lenora Middleton Hill Schofield (1886 - 1954)
1895 Henry Jr Horace Fred Jesse
Henry worked for the The Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad (reporting mark DRGW), often shortened to Rio Grande or D&RGW, formerly the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, is a defunct U.S. railroad company. The railroad started as a narrow gauge line running south from Denver, Colorado in 1870. It served mainly as a transcontinental bridge line between Denver, and Salt Lake City, Utah. The Rio Grande was also a major origin of coal and mineral traffic.
Henry was a car inspector for the railroad.
He was baptized into the Mormon church 1892, sealed 1966.
1912 Aug 24 Wedding Hazel Hill Fred
1891 April 2 SL Herald Fred Hill Loco
1903 June 27 Ogd Stand Marriage of Fred Hill
1912 April 4 Ogd Stand Fred Hill
1912 Aug 30 Ogd Stand Jury Fred Hill
1914 June 3 Ogd Standard Fred Hill
1925 April 12 Ogd Stand Fred Hill
1948 SL Telegram April 23 Fred Martindale Hill
1948 Ap 22 Ogden Stand Ex Fred M. Hill
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1. Fred Leroy Hill Sr (1905-1990)
m Millie Richeson sealed 6 January 1928 Logan Utah Temple
son Jack Emmett Hill
2. Frank Henry Hill (1907-1947)
baptized 1916 sealed 1966
m Ruth Beaudoin
3. Lillian Edith Hill (1908-1908) died at 2 weeks old
4. Arthur Blaine Hill (1916-2006) m
20 December 1940 Salt Lake City Utah Temple to
Evelyn Dorothy Lund
9 October 2010 St. George Utah Temple to
Alice Marie Lowther
5. Ralph Jesse Hill (1920-1975)
worked for the city police department
bap 1929, end 1940
son Douglas Ralph Hill (1943 - 2008)
Ogden City Cemetery