John Francis & Mary Pauline Jensen Titcomb

This is another family of the original members of Highland Ward in 1915. In 1900 they lived in West Jordan, in 1910 they were in Highland, living between George Myers and A.H. Powell, and in American Fork at the 1920 census.

Mary TitcombJohn F TitcombJohn was born December 21, 1865, in Salt Lake City to John and Lily Susan Walpole Titcomb. Mary was born August 8, 1874, in Ephraim, Utah Territory to Martinus and Nielsine (Sena) Johnson Jensen. They were married July 7, 1893, and had nine children: Fern, Florence, May (Mary) Carrol, William John, Luceile, Lilly Frances, Carma Lina, Betty Lyle, and Ellen Cleo.

Mary died March 12, 1932, in Salt Lake City, John died May 20, 1941, in American Fork and they are buried in the American Fork City Cemetery.

Source: HIGHLAND HISTORY: A compilation by Charles T Greenland II for the Highland Historical Society

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