Monday, November 7, 2011

Ole Peter Borg ~ Submitted from Borg Genealogy by Mike Borg

Article written in "The Richield Reaper" on Thursday, November 30, 1933. Funeral Held at Salina for Old Richfield Resident

The following item from the Salina Sun of November 24 will be of interest to Reaper readers.
Ole Peter Borg, a resident of Salina for the past fifteen years, and who helped "blaze the trails" of Sevier County and southern Utah as one of the early pioneers, is dead at the age of 86 years. Mr. Borg passed away at the home of his son, J.A. Borg, last friday evening at 7 o'clock, death resulting from infirmities incident to old age. Death was expected, as the faithful old pioneer lay in a state of coma for three days, and members of the family were grouped at the bedside when the end came peacefully.
Mr. Borg was born at Lingby Sweden, October19,1847, the son of Peter Hansen and Ingra Jensen Borg. He came to America at the age 17 and joined his parents at Mt. Pleasant. Later he moved to Richfield, Where he made his home until 15 years ago, when he came to Salina. While residing in Richfield, and during the Indian troubles, he supervised flour mills, while the older settlers were out battling the Indians. He took up the harness business, mastering the art of making high - class harness. He had the distinction of erecting the first business house on Main street in Richfield, and he helped to build the first canal that carried water to the fields and homes in and around Richfield.
He was devoted to his religious belief and served as president of the elders quorum for many years. He was kind, loved his home and neighbors, and was always regarded as one of the stalwart leaders and citizens.
He was the father of 20 children, eleven of whom survive: Five daughters, Mrs. Nelson Baker, Salt Lake; Mrs. W. S. Young, Helena, Mont.; Mrs. Adolph Nielson, Richfield; Mrs. E.S. Wilkinson, Redondo Beach, Calif.; Miss Edna Borg, Los Angeles; Six sons, Alma Borg, Nampa, Idaho; J.A. Borg, Salina; D.E. Borg, Gunnison; Eugene Borg, Helena, Mont.; H.E. Borg, Bozeman, Mont.; A.F. Borg Sigurd. One Brother, James Borg, Salt Lake, and 54 grandchildren also survive.
Simple, but impressive funeral services were held for mr. Borg at 1 a'clock Monday at the First Ward chapel, with Bishop T.L. Black officiating. G.W. Coons of Richfield was the principal speaker.
Following the services in Salina, all that was mortal of Ole Peter Borg was taken to Richfield and placed in the family burial plot.
Due to the fact that some of the sons and daughters live at distant points only three sons, J.A. Borg of Salina, D.E. Borg of Gunnison and A.F. Borg of Sigurd, were present at the funeral.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Help PLEASE !!! Info and photos needed for this small branch of the family tree.

If anyone out there can help it would be greatly appreciated. From the Borg Family Tree this is the branch I dropped off of starting with my grandfather to the present time.

Hans Egeda Borg, born 25 Nov 1885, died 24 Jan 1957 and buried on 28 Jan 1957 at Salt Lake City Cemetery, SLC,Utah
Married on 15 Mar 1907 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Martina Sorensen, born 15 Apr 1886, died 19 Nov 1981 and buried on 23 Nov 1981 at Salt Lake City Cemetery, SLC,Utah


Edwin Hamlut Borg, born 15 Mar 1908, died 20 Nov 1981 and buried on 23 Nov 1981 at Salt Lake City Cemetery, SLC,Utah
Spouse #1; Ivie Ileene Shaw
born 24 Nov 1911
died 02 May 2000
Children; Donna Lynn Borg
born Mid. 1930's

Spouse #2; Dorothy May Dickerson

Gail "Gayle" Borg, born 05 Dec 1918, Died 07 Nov 2009
Spouse; Roscoe Whitney Groo Jr.

Jack Woodrow Borg, born 29 Mar 1916, died 14 Oct 2004
Spouse; Dorothy Thomsen

Iola Borg, born 19 Nov 1909, died 30 May 1997
Spouse; Leo Donald Beutler

Any information and photos would be greatly appreciated. Costs for copy and shipping will be covered,
Thank you, Mike

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