Clara Roxanna Sabey Doyle b. 16 Oct 1888 in Lehi, Utah

The Theodore Turley Family Book, pp. 486-487

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Clara was born Oct. 16, 1888 in Lehi, Utah. She married James William Doyle on May 7, 1907 in American Fork. James is the son of James A. and Adeline Anderson Doyle.
Clara Doyle, through circumstances, was required to raise and support her young family without assistance. She accomplished this rather difficult task by working as a practical nurse, seamstress, and domestic. Later she became a dormitory supervisor and counselor for young men at the Utah State Training School in American Fork, Utah, She was instrumental in establishing the school lunch program for Alpine School District, Utah. Clara acted as a judge at voting polls for many years. She was secretary of MIA, president of MIA, and secretary of Lehi Service Star Legion. She was much sought after and appreciated for her reading and recitation talent.

James William Doyle was a miner, construction worker on the American Fork Canyon Power Plant, and later, a supervisor for Shell Oil Company. He possessed and utilized many musical talents.

Children of Clara Sabey and James Doyle:
Della Doyle Smith, born Febr. 29, 1908
John William Doyle, born Oct. 26, 1910; married Martha Street
James Frances Doyle, born March 21, 1912
Albert Smith Doyle, born Feb.5, 1914, died young
Maxine Vivian Doyle West, born Sept. 4, 1915
Sherman Sabey Doyle, born April 4, 1919




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