In memory of Angus (Gus) Barton Easton. He was born in
Greenville, Beaver County, Utah on November 30, 1900, 2nd child of
William Joseph and Eva Jane Barton Easton. He married Gertrude
Williams on December 21, 1921, in Beaver City, Beaver County Utah.
He died in the Cedar City Hospital, Iron County, Utah on
November 22, 1963 at the age of 62.
The Salt Lake Tribune 24 Nov 1963
BEAVER - Angus Barton Easton,
62, died Friday at 8:30 p. m. in the Cedar
City Hospital after a long illness.
Born November 30, 1900, in Greenville,
Beaver County, Utah, a son of William Joseph
and Eva Jane Barton Easton. He married Gertrude
Williams on December 21, 1921 in Beaver City.
Survivors: Widow, brothers and sisters, Mrs.
William (Wanda) Martin, Mrs Vona Cox, Martell Easton,
Ray Easton all of Beaver City; Mack Easton of Whittier,
California, Mrs. M. C. Irene Thompson of Fairview, Sanpete
County, Utah, Mrs. LaMar (Eva) Pearce of Tuscalossa, Alabama.
Funeral, Monday 1 p.m. Beaver Second Ward Chapel, Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Friends call at the
home of Mr. and Mrs William Martin, Sunday after 6 p.m.
and Monday prior to services. Burial in the Mountain View
Cemetery, Beaver City.
Serene and beautiful and very wise,
Most erudite in curious Grecian lore,
You lay and read your learned books, and bore
A weight of unshed tears and silent sighs.
The song within your heart could never rise
Until love bade it spread its wings and soar.
Nor could you look on Beauty's face before
A poet's burning mouth had touched your eyes.
Love is made out of ecstasy and wonder;
Love is a poignant and accustomed pain.
It is a burst of Heaven-shaking thunder;
It is a linnet's fluting after rain.
Love's voice is through your song;
above and under
And in each note to echo and remain
A red rose is His Sacred Heart,
a white rose is His face,
And His breath has turned the barren
world to a rich and flowery place.
He is the Rose of Sharon,
His gardener am I,
And I shall drink His fragrance
in Heaven when I die.
Written by: by Joyce Kilmer
Big John's Flat