History of Giles, Blue Valley, Utah
Clay Mulford Robinson (Links Added)

Among the remaining markers are those of women who died from complications of childbirth. My aunt was one such mother. She left behind a large family, including the baby boy who was born a short time before her death.

Not all in Blue Valley has been tragic, although the original settlers and later residents did go through hard times. But they had happy times, too: at Sunday school, church meetings, and chruch sponsored parties. Their religion was their mainstay.

There must have been pleasure, too, in watching newly planted trees and fields grow in that favorable climate where ample irrigation water flowed. The wide valley produced an abundance of melons, corn, cane, alfalfa and other fruits and vegetables throughout its few decades of survival.

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