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Fifth Generation

84. Lorna Mildred England1 was born on 14 Jun 1902 in Logan, Cache, UT. She died on 22 Dec 1984 in Logan, Cache, UT. She was buried on 27 Dec 1984 in Logan, Cache, UT. SOURCE

OBITUARY: Herald Journal; Lorna England Bingham Olsen, 82, Logan, died Sat
22 Dec 1984, at Logan Regional Hospital. She was born 14 Jun 1902 in Logan
to James William and Ada Parkinson England. She married Heber Bingham in July
of 1922 in the Logan LDS Temple. He died 10 May 1975. She married Newell
J. Olsen in October of 1977. He died in July of 1979. She received her
education in Logan schools and Brigham Young College. She was a member of
the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and served on the MIA Board, Relief Society
Board and was Relief Society organist. Survivors include one son and three
daughters, Heber Kay Bingham, Stockton, CA; Bonna Leston and Marilyn Neff,
both of Logan; Sandra Martin, Honolulu, HA; 13 grandchildren and 35 great
grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday at 12 noon in the Allen-
Hall Mortuary Chapel with Bishop William D. McNeil conducting. Friends may
call the mortuary Wednesday from 7-8:30 p.m. and Thursday one hour prior to
services. Interment in Logan City Cemetery.

Lorna Mildred England and Heber Erastus Bingham were married in Jul 1922 in Logan, Cache, UT. Heber Erastus Bingham1 was born on 17 Sep 1901 in Riverdale, Weber, UT. He died on 10 May 1975 in Logan, Cache, UT.

Lorna Mildred England and Newell Jennings Olsen were married on 22 Oct 1977 in Logan, Cache, UT. Newell Jennings Olsen1 was born on 26 Oct 1896 in Logan, Cache, UT. He died on 8 Jul 1979 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, UT. He was buried on 11 Jul 1979 in Providence, Cache, UT. SOURCE

OBITUARY: Newell Jennings Olsen, 82, died Sunday at the Veterans'
Administration Hospital in SLC following surgery. He was born 26 Oct 1896 in
Logan to James and Alice Hansen Olsen. He married Mabel Jensen in 1917. She
died 28 Feb 1976. He married Lorna Bingham 22 Oct 1977. He served in the
field artillery with the U.S. Army in World War I. Following his return from
the army he moved with his family to the Idaho Falls area where he bought a
farm. He later became a dealer in the potato business and moved to Rigby, ID.
In 1939, he moved with his family to Baker, OR, and in 1943 he mvoed to Logan
where he began as a painting contractor. This business soon expanded to
include remodeling and he became a general building contractor. His family
worked with him. In the latter part of his life he became interested in
politics and was active in promoting the things he believed in. He had been
a home teacher in the LDS Church, a Sunday School class president and he
coached a scout basketball team. Surviving are his wife, three sons and one
daughter, Preston Olsen, Logan; Wallace Olsen, Providence; Roger L. Olsen,
Willard and Carol Johnson, Athens, GA; 31 grandchildren and 9 great grand-
children; one sister, Silvia Harmon, Brigham City. Funeral services will be
conducted Wednesday at 1 pm. in the Logan 11th LDS Ward by Bishop DeMar
Martin. Friends may call Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Hall Mortuary and
Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the mortuary. Burial will be in
Providence Cemetery.