Mary Amanda Sabey < John Richard Sabey < Charlotte Amanda Bushman < Charlotte Turley and Jacob Bushman
Bushman Family History by Newbern I. Butt, p. 36 (published 1956)
Residence of Riverton, Utah, Grad. of Jordan High and LDS Business College. Was secretary for Utah Idaho Sugar Co.; Sec. for Univ of Utah Professor’s Herbert Maw and Elbert Thomas. Has been active in most Church activities, with emphasis on MIA, Sec. of Relief Society; Sunday School Teacher. She m. 21 Jan. 1931, in the SLC Temple.
The Theodore Turley Family Book, pp. 481-482 (published 1978)
Mary, born Aug. 24, 1906 in Lehi, attended public schools in Lehi and in West Jordan. She graduated from Jordan High School and L.D.S. Business College, then worked as a clerk-stenographer for the U. of Utah and Utah-Idaho Sugar Co, Mary married Grant Harry Mortensen Jan. 21, 1931 in the Salt Lake Temple. They made their home in Riverton where they owned and operated a farm. She is at present living in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Mary has been active in all auxiliary organizations of the Church: Primary teacher, chorister and counselor; Sunday School secretary, teacher, member of Riverton Stake Sunday School Board; Relief Society visiting teacher, secretary, teacher of Cultural Refinement, president; counselor in YWMIA and many other positions.
Children of Mary Sabey and Grant Mortensen:
Grant Alan Mortensen, born Nov. 23, 1931; graduate of U. of Utah in 1954; Elder in the Priesthood; active in Church; 2nd Lt. in US Army; died in Germany, 1955.
Marian Mortensen, born May 14, 1935; married Ronald Bernell Newbold Sept. 2, 1954 in Salt Lake Temple; active in the Church. They are the parents of Ronald Grant, Mary Ann, Kristine, Brian Russell, James Alan, and Janice. They live in Idaho Falls.
Ida Christine Mortensen, born Sept. 16, 1939; married Larry Albert Hardcastle Sept. 23, 1957 in Salt Lake Temple; active in Church. They are the parents of Lloyd, Albert, Adrienne, and Amy Ruth.
Lowell Paul Mortensen, born July 13, 1914; graduate of U. of Utah with a degree in Electrical Engineering; mission to Eastern Atlantic States in 1961-63; active in Church; living in Los Angeles, California.