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Julia Deane Caine

27 January 1866–19 April 1931

Born 27 Jan. 1866 in Salt Lake City.[1] Daughter of John Thomas Caine and Margaret Nightingale.[2] Rebaptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 22 Sept. 1889.[3] Married George Dunford Alder, 10 Sept. 1889, in Logan, Cache Co., Utah Territory; seven children.[4] Provided musical entertainment at church and private functions; entertained EBW and others at her home, 30 June 1902.[5] Died 19 Apr. 1931 in Salt Lake City.[6] 

 

[1]  “Endowments of the Living, 1884–1957,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Logan Temple, vol. A, 21 May 1884–10 May 1899, p. 231, line 8300, Julia Dean Caine, 25 Sept. 1889, microfilm 178052, DGS 4342223 (restricted access), FHL. “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 6 May 2020), Julia Dean Caine (K27T-P6B).

[2]  “Endowments of the Living, 1884–1957,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Logan Temple, vol. A, 21 May 1884–10 May 1899, p. 231, line 8300, Julia Dean Caine, 25 Sept. 1889, microfilm 178052, DGS 4342223 (restricted access), FHL.

[3] “Endowments of the Living, 1884–1957,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Logan Temple, vol. A, 21 May 1884–10 May 1899, p. 231, line 8300, Julia Dean Caine, 25 Sept. 1889, microfilm 178052, DGS 4342223 (restricted access), FHL.

[4]  Salt Lake Co., UT, Marriages, 1887–1940, p. 245, George Danford Alder and Julia Dean Caine, 1889, DGS 4624214, image 149/361, FHL. “Sealings of Couples, Living and by Proxy, 1851–1889,” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Logan Temple, vol. A, 21 May 1884–21 Nov. 1900, p. 211, line 3787, George Dunford Alder and Julia Dean Caine, 25 Sept. 1889, microfilm 178135, DGS 5270270 (restricted access), FHL. 1910 U.S. Census, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT, ED 122, p. 3B, Dean J. Alder.  

[5] “Amusements,” Deseret Evening News, 31 Dec. 1896, 2. “Memorial Service,” Salt Lake Herald, 27 June 1897, 7. “Amusements,” Salt Lake Tribune, 20 Apr. 1901, 5. EBW, Diary, 30 June 1902.

[6] “Utah State Archives Indexes,” database and images, Utah State Archives (https://archives.utah.gov, accessed 6 May 2020); Utah Department of Health Office of Vital Records and Statistics Death Certificates, series 81448, file no. 660/436 (1931), Julia Dean Crane Alder. “Funeral,” Salt Lake Telegram, 22 Apr. 1931, 17.