Obituary of Ann Edwards
Deseret News
Saturday February 21, 1925, Section 2 Page 4

Pocatello Octogenarian To be Buried at Logan
POCATELLO, Feb 21 (Special) -- Mrs. Ann Nelson, 81, died Thursday evening at her home on Waine avenue in Almeda. She was born at Tydfil, Wales, May 23, 1844. Her parents crossed the plains in 1853 and since that time she has lived in Idaho and Utah. Surviving are 83 grandchildren and 20-great-grandchildren.
Surviving are the following children. David R. Nelson and Mrs. B.F. Hottell, Alameda; Ed E. Nelson, Rupert; Rev. John E. Nelson, Estacada, Ore.; Mrs. E.M. Thomas, Burley; Mrs. P.E. Jones, Portland, Ore.; Mrs. C.A. Faithful, Los Angeles; Mrs. A.W. Bush, Malad; Thomas E., and Elex E. Nelson, Rogerson; Mrs. Ernest L. Smith, Salt Lake; also 83 grandchildren and 20 great grand children; also three brothers and one sister: Mrs. Margaret Clark, St. George, Utah; William E. Edwards and Ed Edwards, Logan, Utah; Hyrum Edwards, Rigby.
Funeral services were held Saturday at her home in Alameda. The body will be taken to Logan, Utah for interment in the family plot. The services will be held in the New Jersey academy, Logan, Sunday, Feb. 22, with the Rev. Harris Pillsbury presiding.

Mrs. Anna Nelson Will Be Buried at Logan
LOGAN, Feb. 21.--(Special)--The body of Mrs. Ann Nelson who died at Pocatello Wednesday will be brought here for burial and services in the New Jersey academy Sunday, Feb. 22, with Rev. Harris Pilsbury officiating.
Mrs. Nelson was one of the pioneer women of this city and resided here the greater part of her life. She was a sister of William Edwards, one of the prominent business men of Logan. Her husband died several years ago, but four sons and several daughters survive her. She was generally esteemed here.