Transcript for "Mrs. Margaret Wayman Answers Death's Call," Deseret Evening News, 12 October 1916, 5

Margaret Johnston Wayman died Wednesday, Oct. 11, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James H. Poulston, 2248 Seventh East street, of cancer of the stomach.

Mrs. Wayman was born at Guinse, Scotland, Oct. 29, 1829, daughter of Hugh and Cecelia Johnston. She sailed for America, Jan. 1, 1854, on the ship John M. Wood, in the Carter Ernkey and Taylor train. Her father died on the plains about 200 miles from Salt Lake. She and other members of the family reached the Salt Lake valley Oct. 20, 1854. She married Emanuel Wayman April 18, 1856. He died Jan. 9, 1908. They had nine children, of whom the following seven survive: Mrs. Cecelia Hansen, Salt Lake; Mrs. Thomas Newman, Holliday; Charles E. Wayman, Ferron, Utah; Mrs. James H. Poulton, Salt Lake; John H. and Arthur Wayman of Holliday; and Mrs. Hyrum Stoddard of Rigby, Idaho. There are also 69 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. 

Funeral services will be held in the Holliday meetinghouse, Friday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.