Louise Irvine Warburton was born August 11, 1895 in Montecello, Minnesota, a daughter of H. Algernon and Charlotte Johnston Irvine.
His brother and sisters are: Newell, Dorothy and Hazel.
She moved with her family to Eureka, Utah when she was 5 years of age and completed her elementary and high school there, graduating from Tintic High School in 1914. She spent two years studying at the University of Utah, and then moved with her family to California where she attended the Los Angeles Normal now known as UCLA and completed her education as a school teacher.
Louise returned to Utah to teach school and met her future husband, Mark L. Warburton, while residing with his family and teaching classes at the Etna, Utah school in western Box Elder County.
They were married on September 9, 1920 in Ontario, California and spent the majority of their life together on the ranch in Etna.
Her children are: Virginia and Eileen.
She and Mark retired and moved to Brigham City, Utah in 1964 where she lived until moving to Sandy, Utah in 1982, in order to be closer to family. Mark died March 22, 1967.
The loving and watchful eyes of a grandson and his wife, Steve and Pat Mehier, made it possible for her to live there, quite independently in her own apartment until failing health brought about her move to Lifecare Center of Bountiful in December 1992.
She was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Louise died May 29, 1997 and is buried in the Brigham City Cemetery.