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Sister Stolworthy was licensed to practice Obstetrics Utah June 5, 1893. Following a copy of the License:

Territory of Utah, board of Medical Examiners. This is to certify that Matilda Stolworthy having complied with the laws of Utah Territory relating to the practice of Medicine is hereby licensed to practice obstetrics within said Territory. Witness our hands and the seal of said Board ? affixed at Salt Lake City, Utah. This fifth day of June 1893. Signed by Allen Tomlin, MD “R” president, G.C. Shimmick, MD“H” Secretary, J.M. Dart MD “H”, F.S. Bascome, MD “R”, C.C.Glummick MD“R” M.N. Graves MD “E”, Samuel S Brick MD“R”, Board of Medical Examiners Sealed and stamped No. 98

Dr. Fen Heber Covington, MD who has specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology is a great grandson and has framed the license and has it hanging in his office in Twin Falls, Idaho in 1957. Louie Lamb Covington, a grand-daughter has in her possession: The original copy of the Patriarchal Blessing of Thomas Stolworthy given Sept 14, 1906 by William Black, Patriarchal Blessing of Matilda Stolworthy given Sept 14, 1906 by William M. Black, One certificate dated March 28, 1883 certifying that Thomas Stolworthy was ordained a Seventy as of that date, One Declaration of Intention to become a citizen of the United States by Thomas Stolworthy May 10, 1886, One certificate of Citizenship for Thomas Stolworthy Mar 6, 1891. At the time of grandmother’s death, she had $252.49 in Zion Savings Bank and Trust Co. This amount was sent to Mrs. Edward Lamb, her daughter in Orderville, Kane Co., Utah by Cashiers Check Oct 2, 1919