Hazel-- married "up" and owned a grocery store. Tried to hold the family together and Verena would stay with her. Hazel lived to be 73, the longest of any of Verena's children. Verena, who lived to be 68, had a short-lived family. Hazel's daughter Margery, on the other hand is 93. Marge is Verena's last living grandchild.
Birth: May 23, 1894
Death: Mar. 6, 1968
Henry A Hill (1857 - 1904)
Franey Bachman Hill (1857 - 1925)
Clair Boyle (1891 - 1963)
Ogden City Cemetery
Grave marker location help:
As usual, you want clues as to where these graves are in the Ogden Cemetery. Actually, they are very close to the graves of David and Lola Scott. As you’ll probably recall, I sent directions to their graves on 24 Nov.
The Boyles are buried just a little north of the Scotts, which is just north and west of the intersection of North St. and 11th Avenue. As you are driving north on 11th Avenue you will find several “Barlow” headstones on the west side of the street. The Boyles are the hill about three lots. The first attached picture shows what you will see from the street. You can see the Barlow headstones at the bottom and a “KNAAK” headstone in the middle (KNAAK used to be an area radio station). The Boyle headstone is near the top of the hill to the left of the KNAAK headstone. The second attached picture shows it a little more clearly.
There are other Boyle family members buried to the right of this large headstone (Clair John Boyle, 1920-1998; his wife Virginia Rockwell Boyle, 1920-2010; and Clair Jr., 1944-2011).