Dinah Head was born in Bosham, Sussex, England on June 5, 1883. Her parents were William Henry Head and Eliza Jane Arnold.
Bosham, England is a coastal village and civil parish in the Chichester District of West Sussex, England, centred
about 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Chichester with its clustered developed part west of this. Its land forms a broad
peninsula projecting into natural Chichester Harbour where Bosham has its own harbour and inlet on the western side.
Bosham is definitely one of the prettiest villages on the south coast. It combines a beautiful setting next to
Chichester Harbour with a vibrant but relaxed atmosphere.
Dinah married William David Levi on September 24, 1919 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. They eventually moved
to Beaver City where they spent the several years before moving back to Salt Lake City.
Diane Head and her sister-in-law Sophia Jensen Dobson at the Jensen home in Beaver City, Utah
William David was a brother of my Grandmother Katie Bell Levi Jensen. I do not remember Uncle William David, we always called him
Uncle Will, but I always remember her as Aunt Diane and she was one of my mother's favorites. I remember her English accent.
Uncle Will and Aunt Diane gave my mother and dad the plot next to them in the Beaver City, Mountain View Cemetery so that they could
be buried next to them.
Aunt Diane died on June 13, 1981 in Beaver City and is buried next to William David Levi in the Mountain View Cemetery.