Gertrude Amelia Peterson (1876-1930)

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Gertrude Amelia Peterson Robison
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True Robison
Born: 4 Feb 1876 Fillmore, Utah
Died: 7 Aug 1930 Salt Lake City, Utah
Father: Ova Peterson
Mother: Cordelia Amelia Warner
Siblings: Gertrude Amelia Peterson
Loneva Peterson
Ova Leon Peterson
Mary Amanda Peterson
Dorus Ernest Peterson
Edna Christina Peterson
Evelyn Peterson
Delilah Adel Peterson
Vernell Peterson
Marvin Wilbur Peterson
Alberta Peterson
Spencer Wells Peterson
Thelma Neoma Peterson
Spouse: Alonzo Franklin Robison
Married: 29 May 1895 Salt Lake City, Utah
Children: Aaron Wayne Robison
Melvin Alonzo Robison
Parley Pratt Robison
Herma Vernell Robison
Evelyn Robison

Letter

Los Angeles Jan 2nd 1929

My Dear Sister Thelma and family.

Your very dear and welcome letter arrived some day ago and was so glad to here from you and to here the children were doing so well in school.

I arrived here the day before Christmas and Paul and Evelyn have kept me going all through the holiday week until I am nearly worn out.

Oh! Such a wonderful time they have shown me. We started out Xmas day to Holywood to see the beautifully decorated christmas trees which there were miles of Also went to the chineas Theatre which is considered the most wonderful theatre in the world. In going in you see the imprints <of hand and feet> in the walks of all the most famous stars with some inscription.

Then we returned home and pertook of a wonderful dinner. We also visited the old spanish mission and patio.

Sunday we went out to Exposition park and visited the museum, coliseum and the big forestry building and there was wonderful band music all around.

It is like being in a new and beautiful world alltho it is said there is a good deal of crime and wickedness here.

New Years day They took me out to Pasidena to see the Tournament of Roses Parade which was the most unique and wonderful or beautiful sight I ever saw or expect to see. There was two hours and a half of floating floats of roses and flowers with 28 bands in uniforms to to acompanying them. Some ot the float were estimated to cost $2000. There we[re] 800,000 people there

Pasidena itself is like Paridise such beautiful homes parks and buildings and trees and flowers. If I could talk to you then I could have [you] know how much I have enjoyed myself.

I do not expect to stay much longer as home is calling and Evelyn and Paul must settle down to their life of work and business.

Paul is a Linotype operator and works nights and Evelyn is going to Frank Wiggins Trade School. Learning Bindery operation she expects she will be able to join hands with Paul in his business.

I have had such a good time almost enough to last me the rest of my life.

Wayne came in New Years with a shipment of cattle will leave for home to night:

I will leave about Sunday.

Frank is enjoying his mission very much.

Will close with Worlds of Love

Wishing you all a happy and prosperous New Year

P.S. Lila, Amand and Edna are talking of visiting me next spring or summer I would be so tickled if you could agree on a date and all come to gather

With Love Sister True

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Obituary

Salt Lake Telegram, Thursday Evening, August 7, 1930, p. 15:

ROBISON -- Gertrude Amelia Robison died at a local hospital Thursday, August 7. She was the the daughter of Ova and Amelia Warner Peterson. She was born in Fillmore, Utah, February 4, 1876. She is survived by her husband, Alonzo F. Robison; two sons, Wayne and Melvin of Fillmore; two daughters, Mrs. Vernell Stegell of Salt Lake, and Mrs. Evelyn Bailey of Los Angeles; her father, Mr. Ova Peterson, of Fillmore; four brothers, O. L. Peterson of California, Dorus and Marvin Peterson of Fillmore and Spencer W. Peterson of Burkeley, Cal.; five sisters, Amanda Cummings of Upalco, Utah, Lila Anderson of Roosevelt, Utah, Edna Nielson of Fairfield, Idaho, Alberta Nielson of Fairfield, Idaho, and Thelma Butler of Chinook, Montana; also 11 grandchildren.


Sources

  • Nickname: True
  • Birth: From death information.
  • 1880 Federal Census, Utah, Millard County, Fillmore City, page 19, Dwelling #164, Family #180, Enumerated 8 Jun 1880:
PETERSON, Ove
Gertrude A., female, 4, daughter, Ut, Den, Ut
  • 1880 U.S. Census, Disk 35, Fillmore, Millard, Utah, Source: FHL Film 1255336, Page 467C
  • Marriage: FHL Film #482022, Millard County Marriage Register, Book B, Page 68:

The People of the Territory of Utah, County of Millard}

Marriage License
To any person legally Authorized to solemnize marriage, Greeting:
You are hereby Authorized to Join in Holy Matrimony Mr. A. F. Robison, of Fillmore City, in the County of Millard, and Territory of Utah, of the age of 22 years, and Miss Gertrude A. Peterson, of Fillmore City, in the County of Millard, and Territory of Utah, of the age of 19 years.
Witness my hand as clerk of the Probate Court and seal the seal of said Court hereto affixed at my office in Fillmore City, in said County, this 20th day of May A. D. 1895
By T. C. Callister Deputy Clerk of Probate Court

Territory of Utah, County of Salt Lake,} ss.

I hereby certify, that on the 29th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five at Salt Lake City in said County, I, undersigned, an Elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints did join in the Holy Bands of Matrimony, according to law, Alonzo F. Robison, of the County of Millard Territory of Utah, and Gertrude A. Peterson of the County of Millard, Territory of Utah. The nature of the ceremony was according to the rite of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was a present mutual agreement of marriage between the parties for all time.
John R. Winder
We were Married as stated in this Certificate, and are now husband & wife.
Signed A. F. Robison Groom}
Signed Gertrude A. Peterson Bride}
In the presence of
James P. Freeze Witness}
Theo. McKearn Witness}

Recorded June 4th 1895

  • Patriarchal Blessing: Historian's Office, Index to Blessings:
Name: Robison, Gertrude Amelia
Born: 4 Feb 1876
Blessed: 17 Oct 1928
Recorded: Vol. 586, Page 345
  • Death: Register (Record) of Deaths, Fillmore City, Utah, Book 2, p. 29, no. 532:
Gertrude A. Robison
Age: 54y 6m 3d
female, caucasian, white, lifetime resident
Born: Fillmore City
married, housewife
Cause: Toxic Gorter
Died: 7 Aug 1930, Salt Lake City
Buried: Fillmore City Cemetery, block 115, lot 3
Informant: Winfred C. Jensen.
  • Burial: Lichfield, Beulah Menlove. Cemetery Records, Fillmore, Millard County, Utah, p. 58:
Name: ROBISON, Gertrude Amelia
Born: 4 Feb 1876 in Fillmore, Utah
Age at Death:
Parents: Ova Peterson & Amelia C. Warner
Died: 7 Aug 1930 Died in S. L. C., Utah
Cause:
Buried: in Fillmore Block 33, Lot 3
Reported by: Frank Robison
Comments: Married Alonzo F. Robison. Lived all her life in Fillmore. Was a house wife.
  • Burial: Fillmore City Corporation, Cemetery Single Line List, by Deceased Name, 22 Apr 1990, p. 41:
ROBISON, Gertrude A.
BLK 33, Lot 3, Grave 6
b.
d. 8-07-1930
  • Burial: Fillmore City Corporation, Cemetery Master List, by Deceased Name, 13 Jun 1994, p. 387:
ROBISON, Gertrude A.
BLK 33, Lot 3, Grave 6
Father:
Mother:
b. Fillmore, Utah
d. 8-07-1930 Salt Lake City, Utah
bur.
Comments: Age at death - 54 yrs 6 mo 3 days
Current Owner: Robison, A. F. Deceased
Original Owner: Robison, A. F.
  • Gravestone: Fillmore, Millard, Utah
Alonzo F. Robison
Jan 16, 1873--Feb 7, 1949
His Wife
Gertrude A. Peterson
Feb 4, 1876--Aug 7, 1930
  • Source: Lichfield, Beulah Menlove. Cemetery Records, Fillmore, Millard Co., Utah, p. 59.
  • Source: Ancestral File
  • Source: Millard County Chronicle Progress, Vol. 76, No. 40, 10 Apr 1986, p. 11, Obituary: Robison, Aaron Wayne
  • Source: The Progress, Friday, February 11, 1949, page 1, Obituary: Robison, Alonzo Franklin