Lottie Lavern Paschall was born to Nicholas Bruce Paschall and Atheda Lavern Ennes in
Levan, Juab County, Utah on September 19, 1878. Nicholas and Atheda had moved to Beaver City from Lehi,
Utah County, Utah. They then move from Beaver City to Adamsville, Beaver County, Utah
Lottie had three brothers and sisters: Bruce Vilate Paschall who was born on January 10, 1881 in Levan;
Annie Eva Jones who was born on March 8, 1884 in Beaver City; and Emma Jane Jones who was born on November
28, 1885 in Adamsville.
Nicholas Bruce Paschall died on July 8, 1880 in Milford, Beaver County, Utah at the age of 42;
Atheda Lavern Ennes died on June 12, 1920 in Beaver City at the age of 60.
Lottie married Richard Pearce on August 25, 1898 in Adamsville, Beaver County,
Utah. They had nine children, Richard Obra Pearce who was born on January 25, 1901 in
Adamsville; Othello Paschell Pearce who was born on October 4, 1902 in Minersville; Leah
Larue Pearce who was born on August 17, 1904 in Minersville; Earnest Cecil Pearce who was
born on November 17, 1907 in Beaver City; Ennes Follette Pearce who was born on July 14, 1909
in Beaver City; Margaret Altheda Pearce who was born on September 4, 1915; Zelma Pearce who was
born in Beaver City; and Garth Pearce who was also born in Beaver City.
Richard Obra Pearce married Mary Isabelle McGhie on August 10, 1927. He died on June 23, 1987 in
Sandy, Salt Lake County, Utah at the age of 86. Othello married Harriett Vilate Boh on July 17, 1925
and died on September 8, 1981 in Salt Lake City at the age of 78. Leah Larue Pearce was 3 years old
when she died on February 20, 1908 in Minersville. Earnest Cecil Pearce married Letty Marie Jensen on
September 7, 1937 and died on December 20, 1979 at his home in Salt Lake City at the age of 72. Ennes
Follette Pearce died at the age of 3 on October 14, 1912 in Beaver City. Margaret Altheda Pearce died
at birth in Beaver City.
The family moved from Adamsville, Beaver County, Utah to Minersville, Beaver County which is about
5 miles west in about 1900. They moved to Beaver City, 17 miles to the East in about 1906.
Richard Pearce died on January 24, 1919 in Beaver City at the age of 41.