Almeda Hall was born a twin on March 2, 1906, in Ibapah, Tooele, Utah.
She met and married Heber Lorin Frost. They met in Yost, Utah. The Frosts had cattle on feed in Junction and Almeda worked as a cook for John Blythe of Yost, cooking for many men. They went to Burley,Idaho and were married secretly on July 7, 1928. They had been married about two months before they moved to Grouse Creek.
For a short while they lived at the Heber Frost homestead above the upper Frost meadow, then later moved to the big house with Mr. and Mrs. Frost. They lived in the two rooms on the south side of the house.
Heber died on March 13, 1934. After his death she moved to Brigham City with their children, Rosella and Bob.
She later married Roscoe Edward Lane and gave birth to Edward and Gary before they separated.
She made her home in Tooele and Salt Lake City except for a short time she lived in Los Angeles after Bob’s death.
Almeda died on October 13, 1970, in Salt Lake City and was buried with the Hall family in Ibapah, Tooele, Utah. Almeda was buried less than a mile from the place she was born.