were buggies and wagons lines up on both side? of the street all up and down the Cedar City mainstreet." Sage Treharne Jones was a wonderful mother. Two of her sons, Lehi and Kumen, became Bishops; two were in the Stake Presidency Jed and Uriah (Pres. 1892-1909) ; Jed was a counselor in the Stake Presidency for a number of years; William died soon after returning from a mission to Great Britain; Kumen and Uriah were patriarchs. All of them held many offices in church, city and state and Uriah and Jed were sent to the state legislature. Lehi was a county commissioner and mayor, and Jed was mayor twice. Her only daughter was an invalid for many years but she reared a splendid family."
' Grnealogy r e c o r d in porression of Lillian Macfarlane.
'Grnealogy records i? porression of William Arthur Jones. oi ' W r i t i n ~ s Henrietta L. Jones. 'Written by Pearl Higbee Lence, taken from Irene and Dolph Andrus hook. 'As told hy Henrietta Janei Hintze. 'Kurnen Jones Jonrnal. ' W. R . Palmer, U t a h Hirforicol Quarterly. Ori~inal document furnished by Ann Jones Gardner. 'Luella Dalton, "History of Iron County Mission". >e Personal records and obituaries.