Abegg, E.

Master pnID: 
Probably Elijah (aka Eli) Abegg (see below)

Mentioned in the 1952-07-10-05 Minutes of the Pima County Medical Society, 1904-1954: “Report for the Board of Censors was made by Dr. Royal Rudolph to the effect that there is as yet no new information in the case of Dr. Arnold Lieberman, which has been under consideration by the Arizona Medical Association; that there was a meeting on Tuesday, July 8th, to investigate the complaint of Mrs. Dora Thornsbury and Mr. E. Abegg concerning Dr. E.A. Busse, and that Dr. Kohl, chairman, is writing a report on this matter.”

More about Elija Abegg:
Born April 22, 1893 in Payson, Utah, Utah; son of Arnold Abegg and Louisa Mathilda Wilhelmina Haag; brother of Julia Sarah Abegg, Martha Louise Abegg and Moroni Lehi Abegg; husband of Isaura Bentley -- married May 23, 1919 in Colonia Juarez, Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico; husband of Annabelle Edith White -- married February 13, 1959 in Payson, Utah; husband of Catherine May Flood -- married April 11, 1962 in Payson, Utah; died December 3, 1981 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona
Source: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Abegg-17

Ellis, Catherine H. Latter-Day Saints in Tucson. Arcadia Publishing, Apr 8, 2013
See pages 33 [includes photo], 36 [includes photo], 39, 48, 105

See also:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18169685 [includes photos]

Arizona Cemetery Opens Door to Past
By J. Malan Heslop, Deseret News managing editor, Tucson, Arizona
Deseret News, Church News section, March 31, 1979, page 13.
Eli Abegg, 86, is a living history book. He has earned that distinction because he is in charge of the old LDS Cemetery at Binghampton, near Tucson, Arizona...
Source: http://www.leongoodman.com/erastus2u/arizona.html
Last updated Jun 25, 2014 by memcinto