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Esshom, Frank; Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah; Utah Pioneers Book Publishing Company; Published 1913; Salt Lake City, Utah.

Black, George David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of George Black, born 1820 in Mississippi, and Mary McRee, born October 17, 1819). He was born February 18, 1841, Copiah county, Mississippi. Came to Utah July 27, 1847.

Married:Mary Hunt September 16, 1862 (daughter of Jefferson Hunt and Celia Mount, pioneers July 27, 1847). She was born July 12, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Jane born January 22, 1863;
  2. George David born October 24, 1864;
  3. Charles Jefferson born November 24, 1866;
  4. William Jesse born March 16, 1868;
  5. Harriet Erminie born April 21, 1871;
  6. Joseph Warren born May 28, 1873;
  7. John Franklin born May 28, 1875;
  8. Mary born March 21, 1878;
  9. Grace born May 20, 1879;
  10. Henry Harrison born February 22, 1881;
  11. Celia Margaret born November 14, 1883;
  12. Wallace Edwin born December 1, 1885;
  13. Maud Eline born January 22, 1889.

Presiding elder Oxford ward, Idaho, 1872-1875; member high council, Bannock stake 1875; superintendent Sunday schools, Wilford, four years. Justice of peace Oxford, Idaho, four years. Lieutenant Utah militia.

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Black, Charles Jefferson

(son of George David Black and Mary Hunt). Born November 24, 1866, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Maloney Pratt January 19, 1891, Wilford, Idaho (daughter of William J. Pratt and Alice Smart). No children.
Married:Mary Ann Steers January 22, 1896, Logan, Utah (daughter of Elijah Steers and Elizabeth Candland), who was born November 26, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Blanche born November 12, 1896;
  2. Gladys born September 29, 1898;
  3. Charles Leslie born June 18, 1901;
  4. Fern born January 18, 1903;
  5. Frank S. born January 16, 1904;
  6. Myrtle born January 26, 1906;
  7. Lucile born February 10, 1908;
  8. Cecil Jefferson born November 27, 1910.

Bishop’s counselor at Wilford 1893-1900, and St. Anthony, Idaho, 1900-1902; ordained bishop of La Grande, Oregon, 1907.

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Black, Joseph Henderson

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Thomas Black and Lydia Ann Henderson of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). Born July 25, 1831, Lawrenceville, Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah November 14, 1863.

Married:Betsy Ann Snyder (Johnstun) July 30, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Comstock Snyder and Henrietta Maria Stockwell of Snyderville, Utah, pioneers July 24, 1847. Brigham Young company). She was born July 17, 1830.
Their children:
  1. Lydia born January 26, 1871, married Elisha William Davis;
  2. Joseph Alonzo born April 9, 1874, married Minnie E. Brannan.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Settled at Snyderville in 1864. Bishop Park city ward; organized the first Sunday school in Uinta county and was superintendent of schools there. Justice of peace. Carpenter and builder; freighter and teamster. Died April 12, 1909, Vernal, Utah.

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Black, Joseph Alonzo

(son of Joseph Henderson Black and Betsy Ann Snyder). Born April 9, 1874, Snyderville, Utah.

Married:Minnie E. Brannan October 18, 1903, Vernal, Utah (daughter of John M. Brannan of Ireland and Elizabeth Eliason (Rasmussen) of Stavanger, Norway, who came to Utah 1871, married at Wanship, Utah). She was born November 6, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Veda Lavon born September 18, 1904;
  2. Beulah Deon born April 2, 1906;
  3. Carman Alonzo born December 23, 1907;
  4. Grace born November 20, 1909, died aged 14 months;
  5. Joseph Henderson born May 23, 1912.

Seventy; missionary to Southern states 1900-02; assistant Sunday school superintendent; president YMMIA. Settled in Ashley valley 1878, with his parents.

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Black, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of William Black, born in Belfast, and Mary Gardner of County Antrim, Ireland). Born August 20, 1784, Lisburn, Ireland. Came to Utah September 18, 1860, James Pace company.

Married:Jane Johnston July 31, 1822 (daughter of Daniel Johnston and Margaret Chambers, pioneers 1850, James Pace company). She was born June 11, 1801.
Their children:
  1. George born May 6, 1823, married Susan Jacaway;
  2. Mary born April 25, 1825, married John McDonald;
  3. William V. born February 27, 1832, married Elmira and Victoria Ayers;
  4. Joseph S. born July 14, 1836, married Nancy Cynthia Allred November 12, 1855; married Sarah Jane Barney November 14, 1860; married Caroline Thompson February 14, 1864; married Louisa Jane Stocks February 13, 1883.

Family home Nauvoo, Illinois.

Missionary to England two years; high priest. Soldier in British army 20 years. One of the founders of Spring City 1859. Died January 28, 1873, Rockville, Kane county, Utah.

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Black, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of William Black and Jane Johnston). Born May 6, 1823, at Lisburn.

Married:Susan Jacaway April 6, 1850 (daughter of Mary Ann Jones), who was born September 18, 1835, and came to Utah September 13, 1850, Perrigrine Sessions company.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born 1852, died;
  2. George W. born May 23, 1854, married Esther Clarinda King February 15, 1877;
  3. Susan born January 26, 1858, married A. Woolsey 1876;
  4. William born November 28, 1863, married Matilda Emily King July, 1887;
  5. John Franklin born January 19, 1866, married Eliza Rosetta King January 2, 1896;
  6. Nephi James born February 3, 1871, married Phoebe Lorana Horup May 1, 1892;
  7. Melissa born May 12, 1872, married W. O. Harvey.
Married:Mary Ann Donnelly (daughter of Phil Donnelly and Mary Ann McKowen, former pioneer 1857, William S. Young company). She was born January 26, 1834. Magherafelt, Londonderry, Ireland.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born December 12, 1856;
  2. Alice J. born July 7, 1857, married Edwin R. Rappleye March 1, 1876;
  3. Mary Ann born November 11, 1859, married Alfred Whitcott December 25, 1883;
  4. Lillian born January 13, 1863;
  5. Edward Lenox born June 6, 1868, married Pearl A. Kimball December 21, 1898;
  6. Lauretta born June 11, 1871;
  7. Birdie born August 11, 1876, married Pearl Patrick November 10, 1897.

Moved to Fillmore 1851, and to San Pete county 1855; from here to St. George with first wagons; to Rockville in time of Indian troubles; then to Kanosh, where he died November, 1872. Veteran Black Hawk war.

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Black, George, Jr.

(son of George Black and Susan Jacaway). Born May 23, 1854, Fillmore, Utah.

Married:Esther Clarinda King February 18, 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of Culbert King and Eliza Esther McCullough). She was born September 24, 1858, Fillmore, Utah.
Their children:
  1. George King born January 9, 1879, married Sarah Lucille Snow September 1904;
  2. Lois Clarinda born October 3, 1880, died April 12, 1881;
  3. Bertha B. born January 25, 1882, married James S. Passey September 2, 1902;
  4. Culbert Lorin born March 8, 1884, died January 18, 1889;
  5. Henry born March 26, 1886, died December 30, 1888;
  6. John Edward born March 29, 1888, died October 6, 1888;
  7. Collins R. born October 19, 1889, died September 19, 1891;
  8. Esther born March 16, 1894;
  9. Susan born March 23, 1897;
  10. Richard Levi born May 15, 1900, died April 9, 1901.

Settled at Kingston, Piute county, 1877; moved to Coyote 1879; missionary to Great Britain September 8, 1891-93; second counselor to Bishop Culbert King; first counselor to Bishop C. L. King; bishop of Marion ward since 1908.

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Black, William, Jr.

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Instrumental in the formation of the dam and irrigation systems in Utah. He assisted in locating dams and canals at Abraham, Oasis, Hinckley, and Deseret and was also president of the Deseret Irrigation Company in southern Utah.

(son of William Black and Jane Johnston). Born February 22, 1832, at Lisburn.

Married:Elmira Ayers 1854, Manti, Utah (daughter of Caleb Ayers, died in Council Bluffs, and Lucinda Haggerty, latter a pioneer 1853, J. C. Little company). She was born 1834 in New Jersey.
Their children:
  1. Jane born 1856, married Ezra Rappleye;
  2. Elmira born June 25, 1857, married John Styler;
  3. William V. Jr. born February 8, 1860, married Annie Rotherham;
  4. Lucinda Catherine born 1861, married Uriah Curtis;
  5. Elizabeth born February 19, 1863, married William Broadfield;
  6. Annie Eldona born 1865, married Uriah Hoyt;
  7. Fanny Vrena born August 24, 1866, married Alfred Mikesell;
  8. Eleanor born July 17, 1868, married James Walton;
  9. Heber born September 17, 1871, married Hattie Simmons.

Family home Rockville, Utah.

Married:Victoria Ayers April 7, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of Caleb Ayers and Lucinda Haggerty), who was born November 8, 1839, in New Jersey.
Their children:
  1. George Ayers born March 3, 1861, married Emily Partridge;
  2. Agnes born February 11, 1863, married William McLeod;
  3. Ira Adelbert born February 1868;
  4. Joseph V. born September 14, 1873, married Amelia Jane Cahoon;
  5. Clara 6. September 27, 1874, married Frederick G. Warnick;
  6. Victoria born January 27, 1877, married George M. Christensen;
  7. Albert C. born October 12, 1878, married Helen Powell;
  8. Marzett born January 14, 1881, married Joseph Walton;
  9. Marion born January 14, 1881, married Stella Damren;
  10. Lois born April 25, 1883, married James Ewing;
  11. William Alonzo born May 16, 1886, married Janet Bywater.

Seventy in 18th quorum and president 21st quorum; high priest; presiding elder at Deseret 1877. Assisted in locating Manti and Spring City, being a pioneer to San Pete county. Contractor on Denver & Rio Grande Rail Road. Veteran Walker and Black Hawk Indian wars. President Deseret Irrigation company; assisted in locating the dams and canals at Abraham, Hinckley, Deseret and Oasis.

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Black, Joseph S.

(son of William Black and Jane Johnston). Born July 14, 1836, at Lisburn.

Married:Nancy Cynthia Allred November 12, 1855, San Pete, Utah (daughter of Reuben Warren Allred and Lucy Ann

Butler, pioneers 1849, Allen Taylor company). She was born January 20, 1840, Nauvoo, Illinois.

Their children:
  1. Nancy Cynthia born July 21, 1857, married Andrew Peterson;
  2. Joseph S. Jr., born February 9, 1860, married Ada Western January 22, 1880;
  3. William Reuben born September 27, 1861, married Mary Moody April 1884, died April 18, 1889; married Lucy Whicker April 14, 1890;
  4. George Warren born May 7, 1864, married Birdie Robinson October 15, 1885;
  5. Thomas B.;
  6. Nephi A. born April 22, 1868, married Ada Rapplye December 10, 1894;
  7. Dennis W. born September 4, 1870, married Maggie Barney December 16, 1896;
  8. Emma A. born April 11, 1874, married William Elder; Pearl Luella born February 19, 1877, married Dana Gibbs February 24, 1895;
  9. Ida Deseret born July 28, 1880, married Minor Aldridge.
Married:Sarah Jane Barney November 14, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane;
  2. Emelia;
  3. Hannah;
  4. Charles Henry born February 27, 1871, married Mable A. Warner December 1, 1892;
  5. Clorinda Louisa born September 18, 1873, married William A. Pratt September 23, 1891;
  6. Valentine;
  7. Parley Pratt born October 7, 1877, married Theresa E. Noll April 7, 1904;
  8. Ada R. born February 3, 1880, married Benjamin Blake, Jr. October 1903;
  9. Joseph F. born November 16, 1883, married Nellie Baysinger;
  10. Camelia Hortense born December 18, 1887, died February 26, 1900.
Married:Caroline Thompson February 14, 1861 (daughter of Peter P. and Dorothy Thompson, pioneers 1854). She was born October 24, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Josephine born March 12, 1863, married Albert Petty November 28, 1882;
  2. Daniel J. born October 5, 1865, married Phoebe Amanda Henry August 13, 1884;
  3. Diantha born April 19, 1867, married Joseph Hansen July 3, 1888;
  4. Hannah C. born February 22, 1869, died November 22, 1874;
  5. Peter T. born April 15, 1871, married Isabel Jane Bennett March 15, 1893;
  6. Courteniah born March 18, 1873, married Colmore Cropper October 24, 1894;
  7. Phoebe born June 22, 1875, married John W. Reid October 24, 1894;
  8. Neils David born December 1, 1877, died April 28, 1900;
  9. Dora Maud born March 11, 1880, married Ole Johnson September 2, 1904;
  10. Lillian Louise born January 20, 1883, married Nets Peterson November 21, 1900;
  11. Carrie Amanda born March 1, 1885, married Peter Jensen September 9, 1908.
Married:Louisa Jane Stocks February 13, 1883 (daughter of William and Mary Stocks of England).
Their children:
  1. Sarah Eliza born November 3, 1885, married Harvey Kemp May 14, 1893;
  2. Joseph Valentine born December 24, 1887;
  3. Louise Valeria born April 3, 1889, married Joseph Alva Young May 1, 1907;
  4. Flossie Bartell born April 22, 1894;
  5. Wallace born November 2, 1890;
  6. Roland born January 27, 1893.

Families resided Deseret, Utah.

Seventy; high priest; counselor to Bishop C. G. Larsen; bishop Deseret ward many years. Major Sanpete militia; Spring City selectman. Died August 13, 1910.

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Black, Peter Thompson

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(son of Joseph S. Black and Caroline Thompson). Born April 5, 1871, Kanosh, Utah.

Married:Isabella Jane Bennett March 15, 1893, Manti, Utah (daughter of Joshua Bennett, pioneer October 29, 1862, William H. Dame company, and Isabella Jane Holt, pioneer 1863). She was born December 7, 1873, South Cottonwood, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Lorin Winford born April 17, 1894; died February 21, 1909;
  2. Averno Thompson born April 12, 1896;
  3. Edith Lillas born January 29, 1898;
  4. Nels Clayton born March 24, 1900;
  5. Harold J. born June 23, 1902;
  6. Golden Holt born January 2, 1905;
  7. Lucian Paul born July 18, 1909.

Family home Deseret, Utah.

First counselor to Bishop Joseph W. Damron. Justice of peace of Deseret 1904; sheriff of Millard county.

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Black, William V.

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(son of William V. Black and Almira Ayers). Born February 8, 1860.

Married:Annie Rotterham.
Their children:
  1. William V., Jr., born November 9, 1889;
  2. Charles born 1891;
  3. Elmira;
  4. Elizabeth.
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Black, William Morley

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

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(son of John Black and Mary Kline of Ohio). Born February 11, 1826. Came to Utah July 24, 1849, oxteam company.

Married:Margaret Ruth Banks in Illinois (daughter of Nathaniel B. and Barbara Banks of Illinois), who was born January 20, 1829, and came to Utah 1852, oxteam company.
Their children:
  1. Martin Luther born February 16, 1848, married Mary Caroline Lee August 22, 1868; married Sariah Pulsipher April 14, 1910;
  2. Martha Jane, married George Gale;
  3. Mary Elizabeth, died;
  4. Olive, died infant;
  5. William, died infant;
  6. John M., married Theresa Cox; married Harriet Spencer;
  7. Isaac E., married Nancy E. Allen; married Elvina H. Olsen;
  8. George H., married Sarah Minerva Washburn.

Family resided in Illinois and Ephraim, Utah.

Married:Amy Jane Washburn 1850 at Manti, Utah (daughter of Abraham and Tamar Washburn of Manti, pioneers 1848, oxteam company). She was born July 28, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Tamar Jane, married John R. Young;
  2. Sarah Amelia, married Lorenzo Zabriskie Young;
  3. William Grant, married Lucretia Maxwell;
  4. Benjamin D., married Annie Porter; married Susan Palmer; married Annie Baldwin;
  5. Mary Ann and Eva, married James Palmer;
  6. Charles T., married Mary Stalworthy;
  7. Margaret, married Samuel J. Rowley;
  8. Orson.

Family home Orderville, Utah.

Married:Maria Hansen at Ephraim, Utah (daughter of Andrew and Abalone Hansen of Ephraim, pioneers 1856, oxteam company).
Their children:
  1. Joseph A., Johanna Fisher;
  2. Rachel, married Warner Porter;
  3. William, died infant;
  4. Myrtle, married James Palmer;
  5. Harriet, married Willard Guyman;
  6. Miller S, married Julia Sherman;
  7. David, married Theda Kartchner;
  8. Morley, married Nellie Porter;
  9. Abalone, married Walter Porter.

Family resided Ephraim, Beaver and Glendale, Utah.

Married:Linette Richardson. She was born 1830. Only child was Daniel, who died in infancy.

Family home Ephraim, Utah.

Married:Louisa Washburn at Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham and Clarinda Washburn of Ossining, New York, pioneers 1848, oxteam company).
Their children:
  1. William, died child;
  2. Catherine, died Infant;
  3. Calista, married Robert Peal;
  4. Parley P., married Dorcas Everett;
  5. Clara, married Willis M. Webb;
  6. Edward;
  7. Lorena;
  8. Ella;
  9. Jane.

Family home Washington, Utah.

Married:Sarah Marinda Thompson October 1874, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Mary Bell, married James Carroll;
  2. Amy Jane, married Thomas Carroll;
  3. William, died infant;
  4. Eliza Roxey, died child.

Family home Glendale, Utah.

Member 81st quorum seventies; high priest; patriarch. Indian war veteran. Miller.

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Black, Martin Luther

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Morley Black and Margaret Ruth Banks). Born February 16, 1848, in Illinois. Came to Utah 1852, Captain Wimmer company.

Married:Mary Caroline Lee August 22, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Percival Lee and Eliza Foscue of Lincoln county, Tennessee, pioneers 1850, Shadrach Roundy company). She was born December 30, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Martin Louis born July 11, 1869, and Ethel born July 2, 1870, died;
  2. Victor Lee born January 29, 1873;
  3. Percy A. born November 17, 1874, married Cora Jakeman;
  4. May born May 15, 1876, married Louis Keith;
  5. Edna born March 3, 1878, married Chris Neilson;
  6. Arthur born May 11, 1880;
  7. Phillip born November 2, 1890.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Married:Sariah Eliza Pulsipher April 14, 1910, Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Pulsipher and Sariah Robbins, pioneers 1850). She was born March 22, 1863.

President high priests quorum at Huntington, Utah; ward teacher. Farmer and miller.

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Black, Isaac E.

(son of William M. Black and Margaret Ruth Banks). Born December 29, 1857, Nephi, Utah.

Married:Nancy E. Allen February 22, 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of Lewis Allen and Elizabeth Alexander of Washington county, Utah, pioneers 1862, oxteam company). She was born December 15, 1861.
Their children:
  1. James Edwin born March 11, 1880, married Sarah Lavina Foote;
  2. Elizabeth born October 16, 1881, died aged 13;
  3. Margaret born April 11, 1884, married William Edgar Cox;
  4. Allen born December 25, 1885, died infant;
  5. Alvin born October 2, 1886, married Sarah E. Cox;
  6. Clarence Andrew born January 10, 1890, married Sarah Matilda Biddlecome;
  7. Elmer born September 25, 1893;
  8. May born May 16, 1895;
  9. Rial born December 24, 1897;
  10. Nellie born August 22, 1899;
  11. Permelia born August 29, 1901.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Married:Elvina Hansina Olsen October 10, 1885, at St. George (daughter of Christian Willhelmj Olsen and Anne Johanna Ellerson of Sweden). She was born May 15, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Martin Isaac born August 27, 1885, married Laura Sherman;
  2. Leroy born January 26, 1888, married Jeannett Wayman;
  3. William Henry born October 28, 1889;
  4. Fannie born September 23, 1890;
  5. Harvey born October 4, 1891;
  6. Frank Afton born April 10, 1894, died in youth;
  7. Dora born June 19, 1896, died infant;
  8. Annie born March 22, 1898;
  9. Glen born August 19, 1899, died infant;
  10. Walter born December 24, 1900;
  11. Ward born August 6, 1902;
  12. Ellis born December 21, 1905;
  13. Rulon born February 26, 1907;
  14. Marie born October 25, 1911.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Member 81st quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to Denver 1907; ward teacher. Miller and farmer.

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Black, Alvin

(son of Isaac E. Black and Nancy E. Allen). Born October 2, 1887, Huntington, Utah.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Cox April 25, 1907, Manti, Utah (daughter of Elias Cox and Mary E. Sherman of Huntington; pioneers September 24, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company). She was born March 12, 1888.
Their children:
  1. Claude Elias born May 8, 1908;
  2. Vernon Alvin born March 9, 1911.

Family home Huntington.

Elder. Farmer and miller.

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Blackburn, Elias Hicks

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849. Pioneer Doctor.

(son of Thomas Blackburn and Elizabeth Bone of Bedford county, Pennsylvania). Born September 17, 1827, in Bedford county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah in 1849, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Sarah Jane Goff, March 3, 1847, in Pottawattamie county, Iowa (daughter of James and Jane Goff of Iowa, who came to Utah in 1850).
Their children:
  1. Elias Platte born July 22, 1849, married Lena Busenbark;
  2. Sarah Jane born February 10, 1851, married Frank Richards;
  3. Orson Hyde born June 3, 1854, married Hannah Gibbons;
  4. Thomas, born July 18, 1858, married Juliette Maxfield;
  5. Anna Laura born August 29, 1863, died Infant;
  6. James Elisha born April 29, 1865, married Delilah Emily Oyler, married Ada Agnes Filmore;
  7. Alice, born September 6, 1877, married George A. Richardson.
Married:Nancy Phipps Lane, April 12, 1852, Salt Lake City, who was born July 16, 1833, in Illinois.
Their children:
  1. William W. born March 3, 1853, died at birth;
  2. George Albert born June 23, 1854;
  3. Bathsheba born September 14, 1855, married C. A. Grundy;
  4. David Patten born March 2, 1857;
  5. Mariah Ellen born August 26, 1858, married Solomon Walker;
  6. Alma Jehu born June 10, 1860;
  7. Lewis Henry born June 23, 1863, died child;
  8. Mary D. born December 17, 1864, married Joseph Fisher;
  9. Frank Adelbert born August 29, 1866, died child;
  10. Emily born December 4, 1868, married Monroe McClellan;
  11. Heber Charles born August 27, 1871, married Niobe Turnbow, married Louisa Taylor;
  12. Luella born August 16, 1872, married Edward Goodwin;
  13. Parley Pratt born March 9, 1874, married Margaret M. Banzo.
Married:Elizabeth Hales April 9, 1855, at Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of John and Elizabeth Hales of California). She was born March 17, 1839, in Michigan.
Their children:
  1. Brigham born January 30, 1856;
  2. Mary Elizabeth born March 5, 1858;
  3. Harriet Eliza born March 8, 1860.

Family home Provo.

Married:Hannah Haws January 1857, at Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of John and Martha Haws of Illinois). She was born March 15, 1832, in Wayne county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Martha Ann born June 7, 1858, died in maidenhood;
  2. John Ambrose born July 7, 1864;
  3. Warren born June 17, 1869;
  4. Oscar born October 2, 1871, died a youth.
Married:Virtue Leah Crompton January 30, 1862, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Steven Crompton and Ann Gladman of Norfolk, England). She was born December 21, 1844. Came to Utah in 1860.
Their children:
  1. Harriet Elizabeth born April 24, 1864, married Charles P. Okerlund;
  2. Howard Florence born December 29, 1865, married Florence Oyler;
  3. Eliza May born February 23, 1868, married Wilford Pace;
  4. William born October 28, 1871, married Emily Fordham;
  5. Minnie Lillie born November 4, 1873, married George McClellan;
  6. Ezra born August 26, 1875, died at birth;
  7. Seth Hicks born October 18, 1876, married Millie Nebeker;
  8. Joseph C. born January 29, 1879, married Mabel Halliday Nellie born March 16, 1880, died at birth;
  9. Danial Steven born October 23, 1880 married Eva Edwards.

Families resided at Minersville, Provo and Loa, Utah.

Missionary to England; first bishop of Provo 1849-1858; bishop of Loa 1880-1889. Pioneer of Provo, Minersville and Loa. Farmer and pioneer doctor. Died April 6, 1908, at Loa.

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Blackburn, James Elisha

(son of Elias Hicks Blackburn and Sarah Jane Goff). Born April 29, 1865, at Minersville.

Married:Delilah Emily Oyler February 28, 1890, at Loa (daughter of Ammon Oyler and Delilah Snyder of Virginia. Came to Utah in 1871). She was born November 17, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Clara May born June 5, 1891;
  2. Ralph born February 7, 1893;
  3. Alma Lester born April 11, 1896;
  4. Melvin Oyler born February 18, 1904.
Married:Ada Agnes Fillmore January 18, 1905, at Manti, Utah (daughter of Norman Fillmore and Eleanor Searle), who was born December 26, 1881.
Their children:
  1. Ronald Elisha born June 27, 1907;
  2. Morris born October 12, 1910.

Family home Richfield, Utah.

Member 36th quorum seventies. Farmer.

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Blackburn, Jehu

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Thomas Blackburn and Elizabeth Bone). Born in Bedford county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1847, Captain Nebeker company.

Married:Julia Ann Jameson about 1846, Winter Quarters, Nebraska. (daughter of Charles Jameson and Mary Shadrick of Pennsylvania, pioneers 1847, Mormon battalion and Captain Brown company).
Their children:
  1. Jehu, Jr., born March 26, 1848, married Catherine Rebecca Foy, married Margarett Evelyn Woolsey;
  2. Julia Ann born February 1, 1850, married Mathoni L. Burns;
  3. Ephraim, died.
Married:Susan Jameson at Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Jameson and Mary Shadrick).
Their children:
  1. Manassa, died;
  2. Clifton, married Isabel Stoddard;
  3. Anthony, married Mary Ellen Stoddard;
  4. Thaddeus, married Maraby Stoddard;
  5. Alonzo, married Jane Stoddard;
  6. Madora, married John Ramsey;
  7. Byron, married Ida Maxfield;
  8. Melissa, married Albert Stoddard;
  9. Scott, married Minnie Pose.

High priest. Died at Nephi, Utah.

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Blackburn, Jehu, Jr.

(son of Jehu Blackburn and Julia Ann Jameson). Born March 26, 1848, Salt Lake City.

Married:Catherine Rebecca Foy November 4, 1866, Minersville, Utah (daughter of Thomas born Foy and Catherine Fink, pioneers of Washington county). She was born March 28, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Jehu Thomas, married Alice Pierce;
  2. Ephraim, married Alice Taylor;
  3. Frederick, married Miss Roberts;
  4. Catherine Julia, married William Ladell;
  5. Manassa, married Angeline Taylor;
  6. Nellie, married Henry Robison;
  7. William Sheridan, died;
  8. Charles Theodore;
  9. Adolphus and Theron, died;
  10. Leslie.
Married:Margarett Evelyn Woolsey at Rabbit Valley, Utah (daughter of Hyrum Woolsey and Lucinda Jameson of Millard county, pioneers July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born July 25, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Lucinda Hemmelwright, married Clifton McClutchy;
  2. Joseph, married Millie Bishop;
  3. Arthur G. Newberry, married Hannah Anderson;
  4. Dan F. Newberry, married Katie Morrill.

Elder. Made a trip across the plains for merchandise. Black Hawk Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Blair, Harrison

(son of Michael Blair, born 1795, in Kentucky, and Jane Blair of Adams county, Illinois). He was born May 19, 1819, in Adams county, Illinois. Came to Utah in 1857 with a party of those who were called in to anticipate arrival of Johnston’s army.

Married:Mary Ann McNutt in Adams county (daughter of James McNutt of Kentucky and Elizabeth McNutt of Virginia). She was born August 7, 1833, and died February 2, 1897.
Their children:
  1. Priscilla Jane, married Hyrum Bennett North;
  2. William Oliver, married Elizabeth McGhea;
  3. Elizabeth, married Siney Lewis;
  4. Michael Harrison, married Sarah Friar;
  5. Mary Allen, married Victor Reynolds;
  6. Ellen, married Job Baker;
  7. Samuel McNutt;
  8. George Cannon;
  9. Lucy Ann, married Charles Christensen;
  10. David Brinton;
  11. Warren Montgomery;
  12. John James.

Family home Holliday (North Cottonwood), Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher. Came from California at the call of Brigham Young to help build up Salt Lake county and vicinity. Farmer. Died December 28, 1888.

Sources:

Blair, Seth Millington

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

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(son of James Blair and Catherine Jordan, the latter of Tennessee). Born March 15, 1819, Rails county, Missouri. Came to Utah 1850, independent company.

Married:Cornelia Jane Espy December 7, 1837, in Tennessee.
Their children:
  1. Preston;
  2. Ellen, married Edwin Ellsworth;
  3. Seth, died.
Married:Sarah Maria East November 15, 1855, Salt Lake City (daughter of Edwin W. East and Willmirth Greer of Salt Lake, pioneers 1853, Seth Millington Blair company). She was born December 31, 1840 and died July 3, 1890.
Their children:
  1. Lehi, died;
  2. Mary, married Logan Gilbert Holdaway;
  3. Wallace and Nancy died;
  4. Willmirth, married J. C. White.

Family homes Salt Lake City and St. George, Utah. Died March 17, 1875, Logan, Utah.

Sources:

Blake, Benjamin Frederick

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Isaac Blake). Born March 12, 1815, in England. Came to Utah 1852

Married:Harriett Hollis 1841 in England, who was born December 11, 1820, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mariah, died;
  2. Frederick, married Sarah Hardy, Emily ____ and Mary ____;
  3. Caroline, married Warren Hardy;
  4. Edward died
  5. Elizabeth, married Henry Riding;
  6. Emma, married John Carter;
  7. George, died;
  8. Benjamin, married Elizabeth Blake;
  9. Jane, married Eugene Elisha Branch;
  10. Harriett, married Nels Sandberge;
  11. Anna Eliza, Henry and Isaac, died.

High priest. Furniture and cabinet maker. Died March 9, 1883.

Sources:

Blake, Thomas

(son of John Blake and Sarah Piper of South Jordan, Utah). Born May 9, 1859, Bridgeport, Dorsetshire, England. Came to Utah June 14, 1876, John Woodhouse company.

Married:Bettie Platt September 9, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Platt and Betty Butterworth of Royton, Lancashire, England, who came to Utah June 10, 1881, Joseph R. Matthews company). She was born February 20, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Thomas William born June 8, 1882;
  2. Herbert John born April 10, 1885;
  3. Alice born February 2, 1887;
  4. Amy Floretta born May 20, 1889;
  5. James Platt born June 6, 1891;
  6. Mildred born December 28, 1895;
  7. Bettie Hannah born June 9, 1898.

Family home South Jordan, Utah.

One of seven presidents of 96th quorum seventies; missionary to England 1897-99; high priest; bishop South Jordan ward July 8, 1900, until his death. Engaged in sheep business at South Jordan and farmer. Died August 7, 1911, South Jordan.

Sources:

Blake, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of William Blake, born January 1806, and Sarah Barrow, born March 1818, at North Molton, Devonshire, England). He was born August 4, 1848, at North Molton, England. Came to Utah October 26, 1864, William Hyde company.

Married:Mary Lake October 2, 1871 (daughter of William Lake and Emma Court, of Devonshire, England, pioneers September 25, 1866, John D. Holladay company). She was born January 6, 1860.
Their children:
  1. David John born September 10, 1872, married Alice Thuesen January 5, 1901;
  2. William James born March 6, 1874, married Magdelina Andersen February 1899;
  3. Sarah Emily born April 29, 1876, married William A. Moody June 1899;
  4. Isaac Brigham born April 14, 1877, married Ella Andersen October 1905;
  5. Joseph Lake born March 9, 1879, married Vernie Rooker;
  6. Mary Jane born January 11, 1881, married John Nordstrum;
  7. Annie Lake born January 4, 1884, married Edward F. Carter May 6, 1903;
  8. Samuel Henry born October 12, 1885, married Annie Bevan May 1910;
  9. James Theophilus born March 18, 1887, married Emma Bunnel December 4, 1912;
  10. Benjamin born June 24, 1890;
  11. Catherine Ruth born June 10, 1892;
  12. Horace Charles born November 15, 1894.

Family resided Center ward, Wasatch county, Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1866-68; high priest; bishop’s counselor 1883-93; bishop Center ward, Wasatch stake 1894-98. Moved to Utah county 1898 where he was justice of peace four terms at Vineyard. Went on mission to England January 8, 1913.

Sources:

Blanchard, Aseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Blanchard). Born October 3, 1800, Buffalo, New York. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Junietta Leonard.
Married:Eunice Elizabeth Thompson, Detroit, Mich, (daughter of Thomas Thompson and Charlotte Rice, pioneers 1852, Isaac Bullock company). She was born January 2, 1824, Detroit, Michigan.
Their children:
  1. Alma Moroni born April 8, 1842, married Emma Bocock;
  2. Jane Elizabeth born January 22, 1845, married Simeon Alvord;
  3. Ether Enoch born August 16, 1847, married Silvia Goff;
  4. Junietta Charlotte born April 2, 1850, married Calvin Van Luvin;
  5. Rozella Francena born January 14, 1865, married Arba Lamson.

Family home Springville, Utah.

High priest. Veteran Black Hawk war.

Sources:

Blanchard, Alma Moroni

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(son of Aseph Blanchard and Eunice Elizabeth Thompson). Born April 5, 1842.

Married:Emma Bocock at Salt Lake City, who was born June 23, 1843, in Sheffield, England.
Their children:
  1. Medora, married C. A. Hickenlooper;
  2. Alma Moroni, Jr., married Hattie L. Smith;
  3. Sarah E., married Francis Ferrin;
  4. Byron, m, Annie McLain.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Sources:

Blanchard, Alma Moroni, Jr.

(son of Alma Moroni Blanchard and Emma Bocock). He was born October 15, 1869.

Married:Hattie L. Smith (daughter of Henry Smith and Lydia Kershaw).
Their children:
  1. Arlo Merle;
  2. Henry D.;
  3. Delbert A.;
  4. Floyd I.;
  5. William A.;
  6. Virgil A.;
  7. Stella N.

Family home Chester, Idaho.

Farmer and stockraiser.

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Blaser, Fredrick

(son of Ulrich Blaser and Anna Barbara Mueller of Treub, Canton Bern, Switzerland). Born June 5, 1839, Kunglirch, Canton Bern, Switzerland. Came to Utah May 13, 1883, by rail.

Married:Elizabeth Lerch, who was born November 10, 1841, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Edward born September 10, 1869, married Lucina Scott July 12, 1898;
  2. Elizabeth born August 30, 1870, married Alfred Dorney June 7, 1893;
  3. Augustus Fredrick born October 6, 1871, married Minnie C. John August 10, 1898;
  4. Mary born June 6, 1873, married Claude Follick December 7, 1891;
  5. John Arnold born November 22, 1874, married Anna Sommers September 25, 1903;
  6. Henry Lewis born August 22, 1876, married Addle McClellan June 6, 1907;
  7. Rose Ida born April 11, 1880, married Martin Ahlstrom September 27, 1906
Married:Anna Rohner 1893, who was born November 17, 1857.
Only child:
  1. Freeda born April 12, 1899.

Teacher and elder.

Sources:

Blaser, Augustus Fredrick

(son of Fredrick Blaser, and Elizabeth Lerch, born October 6, 1871. Valderne, Switzerland. Came to Utah May 12, 1883.

Married:Minnie C. John August 10, 1898. Bannock county, Idaho (daughter Charles John and Elizabeth Williams. Pioneers 1862). She was born June 7, 1880, West Portage Utah.
Their children:
  1. Fredrick Warren born April 30, 1899;
  2. Minnie Irma born May 20, 1900;
  3. Robert Augustus born July 20, 1901;
  4. Thelma Juanita born August 18, 1903;
  5. Gladys Elizabeth born May 4, 1905;
  6. Dora Mabel born June 29, 1908;
  7. Irwin Ralph born October 28, 1909.

Family home Dempsey, Idaho.

High Priest; 1st counselor and successor to Bishop W. McClellan of Dempsey ward, Pocatello stake.

Sources:

Bliss, Norman Ingles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jesse Bliss and Fanny Tuttle, of Hartwick, Otsego county, New York). Born August 19, 1819. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company

Married:Mary Eliza Cole.
Their children:
  1. Orley DeWight born 1840, married Harriet Lee.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Dixie, Utah.

Married:Betsy Bird.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann, married Thomas Stapley.
Married:Sariah Lewis.
Their children:
  1. Wilford Norman;
  2. Lucy;
  3. Almeda;
  4. Eliza;
  5. Frank.
Married:Lydia Stout April 30, 1871 (daughter of Allen Joseph Stout and Amanda Melvina Fisk).
Their children:
  1. Fanny Melvina born June 15, 1873, married John R. Terry March 20, 1889;
  2. Norman Ingles Jr. born January 24, 1875, married Mary Elizabeth Morris October 31, 1895;
  3. Lily Cecelia born August 26, 1877, married Ozro DeMill December 26, 1893;
  4. Sanford born November 10, 1879, died;
  5. Alfred Fisk born December 15, 1882, married Mattie Cropper January 1905.

Teamster for President Young while crossing the plains pioneer to Dixie 1860.

Sources:

Bliss, Norman Ingles, Jr.

(son of Norman Ingles Bliss and Lydia Stout). Born January 24, 1875, Toquerville, Utah.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Morris October 31, 1895 Rockville, Utah (daughter of Daniel M. Morris and Sophia Russell) who was born June 16, 1887.
Their children:
  1. Clarence born October 25, 1896;
  2. Clark Len born May 31, 1898;
  3. Orin V. born February 25, 1901;
  4. Maitland born January 1, 1903;
  5. Earl Morris born November 6,’
Married:Harriet Theobald April 1, 1908. Salt Lake City (daughter of George Theobald and Naomi Tanner of Beaver Utah). She was born March 30, 1887, Washington county, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Norman Stanley born January 31, 1909;
  2. Mary Zelma born January 19, 1911.
Sources:

Blunck, Henry C.

(son of Christian Blunck, born December 26, 1851, and Margaretha Schluter, born December 25, 1848, both of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). He was born August 25, 1877. Came to Utah October 16, 1891, Theodore Bradley company.

Married:Hedwig Staub October 2, 1903 (daughter of Wilhelm and Sophia Staub, married 1887, Solothurn, Switzerland; came to Utah 1893). She was born March 9, 1888.

President Herbert independent branch of Fremont stake. Director of Fremont fair association 1910. His father, Christian Blunck, presided over the branch at Kiel, Germany, for many years, and is at present gathering genealogies and preaching the gospel in his native land.

Sources:

Boardman, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Robert Boardman and Elizabeth Machin, of Gosberton, Risegate, Lincolnshire, England). He was born March 27, 1822, at Gosberton. Came to Utah September 5, 1866, Samuel D. White company.

Married:Mary Green June 18, 1844, at Gosberton (daughter of Thomas Green and Jane Hill, of that place). She was born December 21, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Fanny, married Enoch Richens;
  2. Robert, married Elizabeth Ann Strong;
  3. Thomas;
  4. Hyrum, died;
  5. Alvin Joseph, died;
  6. Jane Elizabeth, died.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest; president Staveley (English) branch. Farmer. Died January 9, 1911.

Sources:

Boardman, Robert, Jr.

(son of Robert Boardman and Mary Green). Born May 22, 1846, Kirton, Lincolnshire, England. Came to Utah October 3, 1863, Daniel D. McArthur company.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Strong June 13, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Strong and Agnes Miller, of Kendal, Westmoreland, England, pioneers October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company). She was born July 9, 1849.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Agnes born November 9, 1868, married Heber Duke;
  2. Robert Miles born May 6, 1871, married Sarah F. McKinney;
  3. Mary Jane born January 3, 1875, married Joseph O. Ward;
  4. Hyrum Alvin born May 15, 1877, married Mary Emma Halliday;
  5. Emma Alice born November 24, 1879, married Edward Lowe;
  6. Bertha Oily born August 13, 1882, married Martin Strebel;
  7. John William born June 16, 1885, married Josie Cluff;
  8. Tella G. born November 24, 1887, married Ronda Simmons;
  9. Lester born February 11, 1890, died.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. Assisted in hauling stone for the Salt Lake temple 1867. Black Hawk war veteran. Sent to North Platte for immigrants in John G. Holman company 1868. Farmer and fruit grower.

Sources:

Bodell, Joseph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1858.

(son of Henry Bodell, and Jane Elsey, of Nottingham, England, former was born January 25, 1816, Breaston, Derbyshire, England, and died on the plains while on his way to Utah). He was born June 12, 1840, at Breaston. Came to Utah June 21, 1858.

Married:Carrie Marie Jorgensen 1861, Salt Lake City, who was born May 23, 1844, Denmark, and died April 4, 1862, at Salt Lake City.
Only child:
  1. Carrie Marie born February 28, 1862, died September 2, 1862.
Married:Emma Jane Farmer at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Farmer and Sarah Trussler, former a pioneer 1856, latter died at Steyning, Sussex, England, 1851). She was born July 26, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Samuel Henry born August 23, 1863, married Sarah L. Howard October 3, 1888;
  2. Sarah Jane born August 27, 1865, died May 26, 1866;
  3. James Fredrick born July 26, 1866, died September 19, 1867;
  4. Emma Jane born November 9, 1867, married J. R. Freeman February 14, 1884;
  5. John Trussler born March 15, 1869, married Eliza Freeman September 10, 1890;
  6. Elizabeth Eliza born November 14, 1870, married Daniel Densley March 9, 1888;
  7. William Almon born July 28, 1872, married Francis R. Tempest January 12, 1899;
  8. Agnes Fannie born July 17, 1874, married Joseph H. Crump November 20, 1895;
  9. Martha Mary Sirinda born December 23, 1875, married W. A. Crane January 17, 1897.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Herriman, Utah.

Member 20th quorum seventies at Salt Lake City 1861. Choir leader at Herriman prior to 1876. Butcher; farmer. Died August 19, 1876.

Sources:

Bodell, Joseph Samuel Henry

(son of Joseph Bodell and Emma Jane Farmer). Born August 23, 1863, Herriman, Utah.

Married:Sarah L. Howard October 3, 1888, Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel L. Howard and Sarah J. Hamilton, of Mill Creek, Utah). She was born January 16, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born October 1, 1889, married John Slagowski October 20, 1909;
  2. Joseph Samuel born April 6, 1892;
  3. Emma Virginia born September 14, 1893;
  4. Mary Myrtle born July 13, 1895;
  5. Marriner Lorenzo born April 10, 1897, died May 27, 1903;
  6. Eliza Erma born June 27, 1899;
  7. John William born December 11, 1900;
  8. Mildred born March 3, 1903 [twin];
  9. Milton born March 3, 1903;
  10. James Alexander born December 6, 1904;
  11. Jesse Moroni born October 20, 1906, died October 30, 1906;
  12. Elizabeth Fern born October 21, 1907;
  13. Editha Farrel Louvina born January 14, 1911.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Missionary to England October 1884 to November 1886; superintendent Sunday schools and 2nd counselor to Bishops James S. Crane and Thomas Butterfield, Herriman ward; president YMMIA; choir leader. School trustee; juvenile probation officer. Merchant and farmer.

Sources:

Boggs, Francis

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born May 17, 1809, in Belmont county, Ohio. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Eveline Martin, who was born March 23, 1816, Tyler county, West Virginia.
Their children:
  1. Mary born April 12, 1843, married Stephen Chadwick Perry;
  2. Eveline;
  3. Hyrum;
  4. Phoebe Jane;
  5. Nancy Orpha.

Family home Washington, Utah.

Seventy. Carpenter. Died January 22, 1889.

Sources:

Bond, Jesse

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of James Bond and Sarah Card, of Huntingford, Gloucestershire, England.) He was born February 27, 1832, Huntingford, England. Came to Utah November 13, 1855, Isaac Allred company.

Married:Sarah Adams September 24, 1861, Provo, Utah (daughter of Samuel and Bessie Adams, of Staffordshire, who came to Utah 1861). She was born May 12, 1843.
Their children:
  1. William J.;
  2. Jane;
  3. Franklin, died;
  4. Joseph T.;
  5. Dora;
  6. Minnie;
  7. Gertrude;
  8. Elzina, died;
  9. Lacy.

Family home Heber City, Utah.

Went to the Missouri river for immigrants in 1861; on the return trip was appointed captain of ten wagons. Crossed the plains five times with oxteam; has rung the curfew bell for 23 years.

High Priest. Town official of Heber. Farmer.

Sources:

Bond, Stephen

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of James Bond and Sarah Card). Born August 20, 1829, Road Somersetshire, England). Came to Utah 1857.

Married:Sarah Clark 1860 at Lehi, Utah (daughter of Thomas Clark and Elizabeth Boulton of Gloucester, England), who was born December 8, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Stephen, married Emily Siddoway;
  2. William, married Alice Taylor;
  3. Sarah Elizabeth, married John W. Crook;
  4. Alfred Thomas, married Leila Clift;
  5. John, married Mary Jeffs;
  6. Emily, married John Heber Murdock.

Family home Heber, Utah.

Elder; secretary 20th quorum seventies. Cabinet maker. Died December 28, 1875, Heber City, Utah.

Sources:

Bond, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

Born February 17, 1817, near Manchester, England. Came to Utah amidst the storm of December 10-16, 1856, William B. Hodgett company, being assisted into the valley by relief trains sent to rescue.

Married:Mary Ann Barker 1837.
Their children:
  1. six boys and six girls, one of whom, Mary Jane born January 15, 1850, married Micah Francis Harris January 15, 1868.

Family home Fall River, Massachusetts. Provo, Salt Lake City and Henefer, Utah.

Farmer. Died May 24, 1898. Henefer, Utah.

Sources:

Bonner, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of George Bonner). Born January 18, 1820, in Ireland. Came to Utah 1857.

Married:Margerette Edmiston in Scotland, who was born May 1, 1830, and came to Utah 1858.
Their children:
  1. Christina, married Albert Gallatin McCurdy;
  2. George, married Phoebe Alexander;
  3. William, married Eliza Brunson;
  4. Robert;
  5. Margaret, married Stephen Shelton;
  6. Annie, married Jesse Nelson;
  7. Dessie, married Alva Alexander;
  8. Mary Jane, married Tipton Epperson;
  9. Thomas, married Ada Alexander.
Sources:

Bonner, James Everet

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Patrick Everet Bonner and Mary Mahoney of Alexander, Fairfax county, Virginia). He was born April 2, 1823, Douglas, Isle of Man, England. Came to Utah 1868.

Married:Susan H. Besley January 1859, Alexander, Virginia (daughter of Joseph F. Besley of North Carolina, who came to Utah 1870). She was born August, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Harriet E., married James Scott;
  2. Harry H., died aged 22.

Family home Alexander, Virginia.

Married:Annie Lisle June 1869, Salt Lake City, Bishop Laurence Scanlan officiating (daughter of Joseph Lisle and Martha Marthey of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1861). She was born 1845.
Their children:
  1. Asie M. born 1875;
  2. Hellerd E., married Mary F. Scott.

Physician; landscape gardener.

Sources:

Bonnett, John James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of John Peter Bonnett and Marietta Malan of Piedmont, Turin, Angrogne, Italy). Born November 25, 1835, at Angrogne, Italy. Came to Utah October 26, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Ann Hughes June 1860, Provo, Utah (daughter of David Hughes and Ann Phillips), who was born March 12, 1840.
Their children:
  1. David James, married Fannie Amelia Cluff;
  2. Clement, married Mary Fawcett;
  3. John, married Delia Fitzgerald;
  4. Ellis, married Geneva Craft;
  5. Celia, married William Flemming, married Isaac McEwan;
  6. George, married Hattie Laycock;
  7. Evelin;
  8. May, married Augustif Hoffman.

Family resided Ogden and Provo, Utah.

Helped build canals in vicinities of Ogden and Provo. Farmer.

Sources:

Bonnett, David James

(son of John James Bonnett and Ann Hughes). Born May 14, 1863, Provo, Utah.

Married:Fannie Amelia Cluff September 3, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel Samson Cluff and Francis Amelia Worsley, of Lancashire, England, later of Ohio, USA). She was born March 21, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Vivien born June 2, 1889;
  2. Murry David born January 14, 1891;
  3. Earl C. and Muriel C. born January 10, 1893;
  4. Harvey Glenn born November 3, 1897;
  5. Aileen born November 28, 1905.

Family home Pleasant View Ward, Provo, Utah.

In charge of grounds of Telluride Power company. Farmer; gardener.

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Booth, Hiram Evans

(son of Joseph Booth and Caroline Bishop of Postville, Iowa). Born October 25, 1860, at Postville. Came to Utah December 8, 1888.

Married:Lillian B. Redhead May 29, 1889, Postville, Iowa (daughter of George Redhead and Anna Howard).

United States district attorney. Senior member of law firm, Booth, Lee, Badger, Rich and Parke. Treasurer (daily) Herald-Republican Publishing company.

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Booth, Morris Artemus

(son of Willis Henry Booth and Susannah Pierce). Born February 26, 1872.

Married:Jennie Alvord October 14, 1899. Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin T. Alvord and Malinda Crocket), who was born February 26, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Morris Alvord born March 12, 1901;
  2. Dorris May B. born May 16, 1904;
  3. Muriel Loue born December 31, 1908.

Engaged in the mercantile business, being connected with the Booth & Pierce Mercantile Company; engaged in the hotel business at Brigham City.

Sources:

Booth, Richard Thornton

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of James Booth and Jane Pilkinton). Born August 21, 1822, Turton, near Bolton, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah September 12, 1857, Jesse B. Martin company.

Married:Elsie Edge August 21, 1846, Bedford Leigh, Lancashire, England. (daughter of John Edge and Sarah Davis).
Their children:
  1. John Edge;
  2. James Davis;
  3. Martha Hannah;
  4. Sarah Jane;
  5. Robert Ebenezer;
  6. Margaret Alice;
  7. Richard Thornton;
  8. Alfred Lewis;
  9. Joseph Wilford;
  10. Mary May.

Family home Alpine, Utah; died there May 28, 1888.

Sources:

Booth, John Edge

Note

Mormon Pioneer of about 1857.

(son of Richard Thornton Booth and Elsie Edge). Born June 29, 1847, Bradshaw Gate, Bedford Leigh, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah when 10 years of age.

Married:Maria Josephine Harvey October 1, 1873 (daughter of Lewis and Lucinda Harvey), who died October 1, 1884.
Their children:
  1. Josephine Diantha, married Dr. J. Lloyd Woodruff;
  2. Vienna Hortense, married Earnest Kimball;
  3. Hannah Rowena, married Raymond Ray;
  4. Richard Harvey, married Cordelia Darius.
Married:Hannah Billings April 1876 (daughter of George P. and Edith Billings), who died May 23, 1881, leaving no children.
Married:Delia Ina Winters June 22, 1887 (daughter of Oscar F. and Mary Ann Winters, pioneers 1852).
Their children:
  1. James Milton, married Cora Lewis;
  2. Delilah Maria;
  3. Elsie Vernessa;
  4. Edwin Winters.

Judge fourth judicial court of Utah since 1899.

Sources:

Booth, Richard T., Jr.

(son of Richard T. Booth and Elsie Edge of Lancashire, England). Born January 6, 1862, Alpine, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Ward June 16, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Richard Ward and Alice Davis of Rock Springs, Wyoming, who came to Utah 1880).
Their children:
  1. Leslie Elmer, died;
  2. Elizabeth, married Jerome Beck.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Died while on mission November 23, 1887, Kansas City, Missouri. Farmer.

Sources:

Booth, Alfred Lewis

(son of Richard Thornton Booth and Elsie Edge). Born June 17, 1864, Alpine, Utah.

Married:May Ashworth April 12, 1900, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Booth Ashworth of Lancashire, England, and Elizabeth Shepherd of San Bernardino, California). She was born September 28, 1874, Beaver, Utah.
Their children;
  1. Editha born March 12, 1903;
  2. Leona born October 25, 1905;
  3. Herbert, died infant;
  4. William, died infant.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Instructor mathematical department Brigham Young university 1887-91. Assistant stake Sunday school superintendent 1892-1900; missionary to England 1894-96; president 45th quorum seventies 1900; counselor to Bishops Joseph B. Keeler, Moroni Snow and Edward D. Partridge, 4th ward, Provo, 1900-07, and set apart bishop of that ward January 13, 1907. Justice of peace 1896-98. Member Provo board of education 1898-1902. City attorney 1902-04; city councilman 1904-08 member state senate 1911-14.

Sources:

Boothe, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Lewis Boothe and Charlotta Windham, of Virginia). Born September 26, 1802, Edgecombe county, North Carolina. Came to Utah 1861, Captain Smith company.

Married:Susannah Lyster July 4, 1826, in Alabama (daughter of Nathaniel Lyster and Stacy Henley, of Jones county, North Carolina). She was born October 4, 1800.
Their children:
  1. John A. born August 19, 1831, married Lydia Ann Sherman February 29, 1864;
  2. Lewis N. born December 3, 1832, married Mary J. Rees February 26, 1860;
  3. Willis H. born February 3, 1834, married Susannah Neff Pierce;
  4. Emily C. born October 12, 3836, married Benjamin Murphy;
  5. Darius D. born December 24, 1838, married Adelaide Anderson;
  6. Amanda C. born December 29, 1840, married G. W. Hawkins August 7, 1859;
  7. Martha born May 1, 1843, married E. Carson.
Married:Caroline Anderson who was born February 22, 1814, in Sweden.
Sources:

Boothe, Lewis Nathaniel

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Indian interpreter.

(son of Henry Boothe and Susannah Lyster). Born December 3, 1832, Wilcox county, Alaabama.

Married:Mary Jane Rees February 26, 1860, Brigham City, Utah (daughter of John D. Rees and Mary Morgan, of Cardiff, Wales, pioneer 1852). She was born May 24, 1844, and died January 16, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Lenora born December 24, 1860, married R. L. Bybee June 30, 1881;
  2. Arvilla S. born September 19, 1862, married Casey P. Bowen July 25, 1879;
  3. Lewis H. born August 14, 1864, died September 12, 1876;
  4. Permilla born November 21, 1866, married G. T. Rogers August 6, 1882;
  5. John M. born February 24, 1869, married Emily Orme December 22, 1886;
  6. Vilate born December 13, 1871, married Fred Summerhill June 1891;
  7. Geneva born February 11, 1873, died September 22, 1884;
  8. Eva born April 1875, married Alonzo Johnson October 9, 1895;
  9. Lillian born March 27, 1877, married Alma Hunsaker August 15, 1907;
  10. Fredrick E. born January 16, 1879, died July 5, 1879.

Family home Honeyville, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Hunsaker April 26, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham Hunsaker and Eliza Collins, who was born November 17, 1837, in Illinois.
Only child:
  1. Rose May born March 9, 1881, married John Wheatley March 1, 1900.

Settled at Brigham City; moved to Honeyville 1875. Missionary to Southern states November 13, 1877 to March 22, 1878; 1st counselor to Bishop Thomas Wheatley, second counselor to Bishop Hunsaker September 9, 1877, to January 3, 1889. Enlisted in standing army 1858, and acted as Indian interpreter and guide under Col. Lyons, U. S. A., in expedition against Indians 1859. Freighter of the early days.

Sources:

Boothe, Willis Henry

(son of Henry Boothe and Susannah Lyster). Born February 3, 1834.

Married:Susannah Neff Pierce March, 1860, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Neff Pierce, pioneer 1847). She was born 1833 and died 1910.
Their children:
  1. Willis H. born 1864, married Sarah Rich;
  2. Amanda born 1862, married Evan Morgan;
  3. Olive born 1866, married William Johnson;
  4. John N. born 1868, married Telle Wilds;
  5. Frank B. born 1870, married Jens Stork;
      1. born 1872, married Jennie Alvord.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Boren, Coleman

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

Came to Utah 1851, ox-team company.

Married:Malinda Keller.
Their children:
  1. William Jasper, married Lucina Mecham;
  2. Joseph, married Martha Clinger;
  3. Susan, married John Jones;
  4. Minerva, married Peter Wentz;
  5. Lorana, married Charles Gray, married Amasa Mecham;
  6. Coleman Briant, married Nancy Jane Riggs;
  7. Nathan Alma, died;
  8. Ephraim, married Lizzie McAffee.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Flora Hughes.
Their children:
  1. Josephine;
  2. Henry;
  3. Albert;
  4. Manassa.

Farmer. Died at Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Boren, William Jasper

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Coleman Boren and Malinda Keller). Born at Peoria, Illinois. Came to Utah 1851, with parents.

Married:Lucina Mecham July 4, 1859, Provo, Utah (daughter of Moses Mecham and Elvira Derby, pioneers 1850, ox team company). She was born March 12, 1841.
Their children:
  1. William Jasper Jr. born April 11, 1860 married Temperance Wall September 6, 1883;
  2. Samuel born May 8, 1861, married Abigail Lamb;
  3. Lucina Izora, married Austin Glenn;
  4. Malinda Elvira, died infant Moses M., married Jane Lamb;
  5. Lorana, married James Wall;
  6. Annie M., married Don L. Bigelow;
  7. Alma L., died;
  8. Ida Viola, married George Fayette Mecham;
  9. Clinton C., married Polly Mecham;
  10. Sarah M., married Omero C. Merrotti;
  11. Wilford Wells, married Emma Holmberg;
  12. Polly May, married Arthur Snow.

Family home Wallsburg Utah.

Seventy, and counselor to Bishop William M. Wall Wallsburg ward. Road supervisor; watermaster. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Farmer and shingle maker. Died May

Sources:

Boren, William Jasper

(son of William Jasper Boren and Lucina Mecham). Born April 11, 1860, Provo Utah.

Married:Temperance Wall September 6, 1883. at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Madison Wall and Elizabeth Penrod of Illinois). She was born October 8, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Malinda born September 19, 1884, married Alfred Ford, Jr.;
  2. William born October 30, 1886, married Elva Lamb;
  3. Archie born May 28, 1889 married Myrtle Daybell;
  4. Maud born July 8, 1892;
  5. Ray born October 9, 1894;
  6. Ellis born September 9, 1896;
  7. Polly May born August 7, 1899;
  8. Ethel born July 5, 1901;
  9. Eldwin born May 30, 1904;
  10. Areva born August 3, 1908

Family home Wallsburg.

Missionary to North Carolina 1901-03; high priest; 2d, and later 1st counselor to Bishop George P. Garff of Wallsburg ward. Constable; road supervisor; deputy road commissioner. Sunday school superintendent. Public school trustee 15 years. Second counselor to president of YMMIA. Farmer and stockraiser

Sources:

Borg, Peter Hanson

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

He was born March 16, 1805, Sleminge-Scona, Sweden. Came to Utah September 15, 1864, William B. Preston company.

Married:Ingre Jensen 1828, Anderslof, Scona, Sweden (daughter of Jens Jensen), who was born September 12, 1812.
Their children:
  1. Hanse born September 14, 1831, married Carna L. Jepson;
  2. Lars Peter born September 3, 1833, married Marie Christensen;
  3. Kama born March 25, 1836, married H. C. Hansen;
  4. Svend born July 27, 1838, married Eva Christina Alff;
  5. Hannah born September 9, 1840, married Hans Eliason Mortensen;
  6. Rasmus born December 25, 1842, married Anette Cecilia Nielson;
  7. Cathrin born September 14, 1844, died September 13, 1857;
  8. Ole Peter born October 19, 1847, married Brighamina Malvina Nielsen;
  9. Ingre born November 2, 1849, died June 3, 1857;
  10. Jense born September 26, 1852, married Sarah Marie Jorgensen.

Family home Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

High priest. Harness maker. Died April 12, 1875, Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Sources:

Borg, Ole Peter

(son of Peter Hanson Borg and Ingre Jensen). Born October 19, 1847, Scona, Sweden.

Married:Brighamina Malvina Nielsen May 24, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans T. Nielsen and Nicolina Rasmina Espasen, of Denmark, pioneers October 22, 1866, Abner Lowry company). She was born September 22, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Oliver Henry, born July 17, 1871, married Amy Avery;
  2. Joseph Edward born June 1, 1873, married Sena Beck;
  3. Brighamina Natalia born October 6, 1874, married Nelson Baker;
  4. Annie Mathilda born October 29, 1875, died September 27, 1876;
  5. Emma Nicolina born July 26, 1877;
  6. Alma Peter born February 5, 1880, married Laura Whitehead;
  7. James Anton born August 23, 1881, married Alverda Christina Mickleson;
  8. Zelma Emelia born February 5, 1884, married Lorenzo Anderson;
  9. Ammon Junius, born June 10, 1886, died September 27, 1890;
  10. Clarence born February 5, 1889, died same day;
  11. Eugene born February 13, 1890;
  12. Evan born June 28, 1894.
Married:Fena Nielsen June 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans T. Nielsen and Nicolina Rasmina Espassen), who was born July 29, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Charles Emil born September 24, 1878, died September 14, 1879;
  2. Henrietta Nicolina born July 8, 1880, married Adolph Nielsen;
  3. Alma Ferdinand born February 25, 1883, married Alvina Larson;
  4. Hanse Egede born November 25, 1885, married Martina Sorenson;
  5. Daniel Erastus born June 17, 1889, married Mary J. Clapp;
  6. Seth Mahonrl born August 16, 1892;
  7. Edith Evaline born May 17, 1896;
  8. Edna Durilla born January 9, 1899.

Family home Richfield, Utah.

High Priest; president elders quorum 1890-98. Harness maker. Farmer.

Sources:

Borup, Peter

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Peder and Hannah Peterson of Jutland, Denmark). Born February, 1823, in Jutland. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Christina Christenson in Denmark (daughter of Christen and Christina Christenson, former a pioneer 1861, John R. Murdock company). She was born 1824.
Their children:
  1. Carl born September 29, 1850, married Caroline Thomas November 3, 1893;
  2. Siveren born September 15, 1853, married Mary Baker;
  3. Loana;
  4. Sarah;
  5. Peter Jr., born November 15, 1869, married Laura Mattinson;
  6. Johnny.
Married:Mariah Hanson (daughter of Jens Hanson).
Their child:
  1. Louisa, married Samuel Morgan.

Settled at Goshen, Utah; moved to Little Colorado River valley, Arizona, and later to Panguitch, Utah. Died October 1878.

Sources:

Borup Peter

(son of Peter Borup and Christina Christenson). Born November 15, 1869. Goshen, Utah.

Married:Laura Mattinson May 12, 1897, Payson, Utah (daughter of Robert Mattinson and Betsy Burnhope), who was born July 14, 1872, at Payson.
Their children:
  1. Leta L. born December 31, 1898;
  2. Klea L. born June 8, 1903;
  3. Carl M. born April 11, 1906;
  4. Fern C. born August 19, 1909.

Family resided Goshen. Panguitch and Eureka, Utah.

Missionary to Norway 1906-08; bishop Eureka ward. Member public library board.

Sources:

Bouck, John A.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born 1798 in New York state. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Elizabeth Howell 1849 at Salt Lake City, who was born 1831.
Their children:
  1. John F., married Mary Mellen;
  2. William C., married Margerite E. Yates;
  3. Elizabeth, married Swen Oleson;
  4. Sarah Ann, married Thomas W. Powell;
  5. Louisa, married J. “W. Jenkins;
  6. Alexander, married Elizabeth Jones;
  7. Hiram, married Elizabeth A. Thomas;
  8. Mary, married John Hiller;
  9. Heber, married Amelia J. Tuttle.

Family home 16th ward. Salt Lake City.

High priest. Farmer and stock raiser. Died 1884, 16th ward, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Bouck, John F.

(son of John A. Bouck and Elizabeth Howell). Born March 11, 1853, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Mellen July 3, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Mellen and Jane Ramsden, pioneers), Judge Elias Smith officiating. She was born September 29, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Mamie born October 26, 1878, married John Daniels;
  2. Maud born January 13, 1880, married Andrew Paul;
  3. Louisa born February 19, 1882, married Ernest Cook;
  4. John Clifton born March 29, 1884, married Mona Coon;
  5. Hyrum Sidney born May 30, 1886, married Cora Staker;
  6. Martha Ella born August 1, 1888, died aged 13;
  7. Gertrude born December 10, 1893.

Family home Pleasant Green, Utah.

Miner; farmer and stock raiser; brick-maker.

Sources:

Bouck, William C.

(son of John Adam Bouck and Elizabeth Howell). Born May 25, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Married:Margerite E. Yates December 22, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Yates and Mary Partington of Upholland, Lancashire, England, pioneers 1863). She was born February 17, 1861.
Their children:
  1. William A. born December 10, 1882, married Eva Egbert;
  2. Walter O. born March 11, 1885, married Vida Egbert;
  3. Eugene P. born April 2, 1887, married Annie Mortig.

Family home 29th ward, Salt Lake City.

Elder. Farmer and freighter.

Sources:

Bouck, Alexander

(son of John Adam Bouck and Elizabeth Howell). Born April 4, 1861, Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth Jones December 16, 1891, Logan, Utah, President Merrill officiating (daughter of William Jones and Sarah Jeffrey of Birmingham, England, who came to Utah November 1879). She was born May 12, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Ruth born November 7, 1892, married Frank Duber;
  2. Alexander, Jr. born February 23, 1894.

Family home 16th ward. Salt Lake City.

Elder and block teacher. Lumber dealer; stock raiser.

Sources:

Bouck, Alexander, Jr.

(son of Alexander Bouck and Elizabeth Jones). Born February 23, 1894, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Bouck, Hiram

(son of John Adam Bouck and Elizabeth Howell). Born April 6, 1863, Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth A. Thomas December 20, 1889, Salt Lake City, Judge Elias Smith officiating (daughter of Thomas Thomas and Mary Reese of North Wales, who came to Utah 1873). She was born April 9, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Erma born January 6, 1891, married Lawrence W. Ridges, married Gomer C. Roberts;
  2. Verna May born April 8, 1899.

Family home 16th ward, Salt Lake City.

Stationary-engineer. Machinist.

Sources:

Boulton, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Martin and Martha Boulton of Burford parish, Shropshire, England). Born January 21, 1825 at Burford. Came to Utah 1860, Martin and Thomas company.

Married:Sarah Cook March 26, 1849, Leominster, England. (daughter of Thomas Cook and Sarah Harris of Sapy, Worcestershire, England). She was born October 17, 1817.
Their children:
  1. Mary, died;
  2. Martin (died April 12, 1889), married Mary Alice Clark;
  3. Thomas born, died;
  4. Sarah Ann, married William H. Firth,

Family resided Ogden and Provo, Utah.

High Priest; president of Whiteburn branch, England. Miller. Died April 29, 1881 at Provo.

Sources:

Bourne, Thomas B.

Note

Mormon Handcart Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Charles Bourne of Ledbury, England). Born October 26, 1797, at Ledbury. Came to Utah September 26, 1856, Edmund Ellsworth company.

Married:Susannah Lane.
Their children:
  1. Charles born November 12, 1820, married Jane Alder 1842;
  2. Sarah born 1822, married William Fletcher;
  3. Elizabeth born 1824, married William Thompson;
  4. Hannah born 1828.

Family home Ledbury, England.

Married:Margret Evans, who was born March 24, 1807, in England.
Their children:
  1. George E. born July 2, 1830, married Mary Ann Tayson September 2, 1856;
  2. William born 1832;
  3. Mary Ann born October 6, 1833, married William Ayland in 1856;
  4. Margret born March 6, 1835, married Truman Leonard January 6, 1857;
  5. James born January 10, 1838, married Olive Roberry;
  6. Priscilla born November 13, 1841, married John W. Moore July 30, 1882;
  7. Louise born March 27, 1843, married John Paul August 10, 1863;
  8. John born July 17, 1849, married Mary Jane Stewart July 1865.

Family resided at Ledbury, England. and moved to Farmington, Utah in 1856.

Sources:

Bourne, Charles

(son of Thomas B. Bourne and Susannah Lane). Born November 12, 1820, Ledbury, England.

Married:Jane Alder in 1842, at Ledbury (daughter of William Alder and Elizabeth Bevan, the latter a pioneer September 14, 1853, Claudius V. Spencer company). She was born in 1825, at Ledbury.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo born November 30, 846 and Charles, died;
  2. Jane;
  3. Hannah Arvilla born September 24, 1854, married Ernest Potter and Jacob M. Secrist;
  4. Jane E. born October 3, 1867, married William H. Stevenson December 12, 1878;
  5. Alice Ann born March 15, 1860, married John G. Petty 1891;
  6. Charles H. born February 4, 1863, married Silvia Vanfleet January 12, 1887;
  7. John A. born September 28, 1865, married Emeline Hess June 1, 1892;
  8. William born November 17, 1867;
  9. George A. born October 7, 1868, married Annie Lovesy June 23, 1897;
  10. Margret born March 1, 1871.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Contractor and builder. Prominent in church and civil affairs.

Sources:

Bourne, John A.

(son of Charles Bourne and Jane Alder. Born September 28, 1865, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Emeline Hess June 1, 1892, Logan, Utah (daughter of John W. Hess and Julia Peterson, pioneers July 29, 1847, with part of Mormon Battalion). She was born July 22, 1868, at Farmington. No children.
Sources:

Bowen, Cacey Potter

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Elias Bowen of Vermont, and Cynthia Harrington, of Canada). He was born December 13, 1830, Bennington county, Vermont. Came to Utah in 1849.

Married:Eleanor McGarey (daughter of Charles M. McGarey and Charlotte Earl), who was born October 19, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Charlotte Elizabeth born February 19, 1852, married William Boatwright;
  2. Cynthia Ellen born September 1, 1854, married Fred Taylor;
  3. Sarah Z. born November 29, 1856, married John Boldware;
  4. Cacey Potter, Jr. born October 24, 1858, married Susannah Avilla Boothe July 25, 1879;
  5. Malissa Jane born December 24, 1860, married John Standing;
  6. Charles McGarey born February 10, 1863, married Florence A. Thorp;
  7. Lilly May born April 8, 1865, married Edwin Barton;
  8. Rhoda Bell born February 22, 1867, married Dave James;
  9. Mary Ann born December 2, 1870;
  10. Louisa born May 22, 1873;
  11. William Orson born August 4, 1875, died November 23, 1887;
  12. Nellie Myrtle born March 10, 1877, married Van Vellett;
  13. Edith Ivey born September 22, 1879, married Herschel Lyman.

Family resided Ogden and Beaver Dam, Utah.

Indian war veteran. Died January 21, 1902.

Sources:

Bowen, Cacey Potter, Jr.

(son of Cacey Potter Bowen and Eleanor McGarey). Born October 24, 1858, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Susannah Avilla Boothe July 25, 1879, Brigham City, Utah (daughter of Lewis N. Boothe and Mary Jane Reese). She was born September 19, 1862, Santa Rosa, California.
Their children:
  1. Cacey Lavon born July 31, 1880, married Ethel L. Earl January 1899;
  2. Cynthia Eleanor born August 30, 1882, married Peter Crezee September 1902;
  3. Lewis born December 7, 1884, married Mary Anderson February 7, 1906;
  4. Avilla May born January 8, 1886, married Jedediah Abbott May 7, 1909;
  5. Russell born March 7, 1888, died;
  6. Mary Pearl born February 1, 1891, married Wilford C. Anderson September 16, 1909;
  7. Earl born March 17, 1893;
  8. Clyde born June 11, 1895;
  9. Melltrude born June 6, 1897;
  10. Grant Reese born October 6, 1899;
  11. McMeredith born May 7, 1902.

Family resided at Beaver, Utah and Lyman, Idaho.

Sunday school superintendent 24 years in Beaver ward Utah; bishop of Lyman ward, Idaho.

Sources:

Bowen, David

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of William Bowen, born July 24, 1784 and Jane Evans, born October 3, 1784, both of Llanelly, Brecknockshire, South Wales). He was born August 11, 1823 at Llanelly, and came to Utah in December, 1856, with John A. Hunt company.

Married:Jane Foster (daughter of George Foster and Eleanor Parry), who was born June 19, 1820.
Their children:
  1. William Parry born July 8, 1845, married Ruth Jones February 9, 1869;
  2. George Foster born March 20, 1849, married Mary Elizabeth Miller March 24, 1873;
  3. Eleanor Jane born December 8, 1852, married William J. Thomas October 3, 1874;
  4. John Evans born July 12, 1855, married Mary Ann Christmas, September 15, 1879;
  5. Lucy Ann Julia Susannah born October 26, 1859;
  6. David Chalinder born January 1, 1863, married Harriet Hopla January 23, 1887.

Settled at Spanish Fork in 1856; blacksmith; farmer and stockraiser; director Co-op. Mercantile company 1868-69. Member city council. Missionary to Pennsylvania and England 1878-80; high priest. Died January 16, 1910.

Sources:

Bowen, George Foster

(son of David Bowen and Jane Foster). Born March 20, 1849, Llanelly, Wales.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Miller March 24, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Miller and Margaret Anderson) She was born September 15, 1853, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Jane Foster born February 16, 1874, married George S. Boyack November 17, 1897;
  2. Margaret Ellen born August 26, 1876, married John W. Bell December 10, 1902;
  3. David Miller born November 5, 1878, married Elizabeth Taylor February 14, 1900;
  4. George Anderson born August 30, 1881, married Madie Warner, May 12, 1905;
  5. James Miller born October 17, 1883, married Belva A. Gallup January 3, 1905;
  6. William Wallace born March 12, 1886;
  7. Mary born March 29, 1888;
  8. Charles Milton born October 6, 1890;
  9. Arthur Washington born February 22, 1892;
  10. John Chalinder born December 31, 1895.

Settled at Spanish Fork; moved to Lake Shore 1884 returned to Spanish Fork 1890; also lived at Garland for five years. Railroad freighter; director Lake Shore Water company 1885. Farmer and stockraiser. Constable at Spanish Fork 1897-98.

Sources:

Bowers, Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of James Bowers, born January 27, 1811, and Maria Lay, born November 5, 1811, both of Staffordshire, England). He was born December 6, 1841. Came to Utah September 26, 1856, Edmund Ellsworth company.

Married:Elizabeth Youd December 3, 1861, Liverpool, England, who was born February 14, 1845.
Their children:
  1. James I. born October 6, 1862, married Rachel E. Boyack;
  2. John (twin) born November 13, 1864;
  3. Elizabeth Jane (twin) born November 13, 1864;
  4. Hezekiah born June 10, 1867, married Emily Simpson November 7, 1893;
  5. Jacob T. born October 26, 1869, married Sarah J. Roach, March 2, 1892;
  6. Emma M. born September 4, 1872, married Hyrum Waters January 10, 1894;
  7. Mary E. born March 30, 1875, married Charles Waters, December 16, 1895;
  8. Alfred born September 4, 1877, married Manetta Nielsen, December 16, 1908;
  9. Ephraim born May 27, 1880;
  10. Chloe born April 14, 1883, married Charles Hanks, July 5, 1905;
  11. Charles Delbert born June 3, 1886;
  12. Sarah Ellen born April 1, 1891, married Delbert Beckstead December 5, 1911.

Assisted to bring immigrants to Utah; settled at Pleasant Grove; moved to Nephi in 1858, to Monroe in 1865, and to Spanish Fork in 1867. Veteran Black Hawk war; delegate to the live stock convention held in St. Louis in 1885.

Sources:

Bowers, Isaiah

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of James Bowers and Maria Lay). Born April 21, 1846, in Staffordshire. Came to Utah September 26, 1856.

Married:Harriet A. Hoyt June 6, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Israel Hoyt and Clarissa A. Miller, pioneers 1847). She was born October 16, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Israel H. born March 10, 1869;
  2. Clarissa A. H. born October 8, 1871, married Heber J. Meeks, December 31, 1889;
  3. Isaiah Lay born March 25, 1874, married Maria Heaton, November 16, 1899;
  4. Maria H. born October 5, 1876, married Edward Carroll, November 4, 1896;
  5. Ella H. born September 8, 1879, married John L. Covington December 4, 1896;
  6. Jonathan born October 26, 1882;
  7. Lillian H. born June 5, 1886;
  8. Harriet H. born May 20, 1889, married B. H. Sornson October 3, 1912.

Family home Orderville, Utah.

Married:Philinda Amanda Sperry in October, 1884, St. George, Utah (daughter of Charles Sperry and Emily Miller, pioneers of 1847). She was born November 16, 1849, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. William S. born August 13, 1886;
  2. Sarah E. born June 13, 1890;
  3. Joy S. born October 10, 1893.

Family home Orderville, Utah.

Sources:

Bowlden, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Richard Bowlden and Mary Rafe of Brixton Surrey, London, England). He was born in 1849. Came to Utah November 4, 1864, Warren S. Snow company.

Married:Ophelia Leona Avery in 1872, Springville, Utah (daughter of Thomas Avery and Lydia Harrington of Mills county, Iowa, pioneers). She was born January 3, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Lydia, married C. M. Humphrey;
  2. Retta, married E. S. Allred;
    1. L., married Martha Clark;
  3. Clara, married J. L. Strang;
  4. Ossa, married J. born Ferguson;
    1. Richard;
  5. Rulon A.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Seventy. Farmer.

Sources:

Bowles, Edward

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Isaac Bowles). Born September 23, 1806, Wiltshire, England. Came to Utah November 9, 1856, James G. Willie company.

Married:Ann Bolton.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born August 18, 1836, married Susannah Washburn January 29, 1859;
  2. Enoch born November 25, 1844, married Amelia Webb March 27, 1864, married Sifia Kendall December 14, 1887.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

Married:Amelia ____.
Only child:
  1. William.

Elder.

Sources:

Bowles, Thomas

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(son of Edward Bowles and Ann Bolton). He was born August 18, 1836, Wiltshire, England.

Married:Susannah Washburn January 29, 1859, Manti, Utah (daughter of Abraham and Tamar Washburn), who was born June 4, 1843, Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Edward born December 5, 1860, married Louisa Bale March 18, 1879;
  2. William Abraham born June 5, 1863, married Viola Johnson December 27, 1883;
  3. Martha Ann born August 13, 1866, married George Taylor.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

High Priest; counselor to David Cazair in the high priest’s quorum.

Sources:

Bowles, Thomas Edward

(son of Thomas Bowles and Susannah Washburn). Born December 5, 1860, Moroni, Utah.

Married:Louisa Bale (daughter of Richard Bale and Sarah Miller), who was born September 28, 1864, Whitwick, Leicestershire, England.
Their children:
  1. William Thomas born May 16, 1882, married Elizabeth A. Pitman November 13, 1902;
  2. Earnest Richard born September 15, 1891, married Clarissa E. Hancock February 19, 1907;
  3. Samuel Clifford born September 15, 1891, married Sarah Campbell, March 6, 1912;
  4. Alvin Roy born November 11, 1898;
  5. Arthur Lloyd born October 10, 1900;
  6. Retta Louisa born June 21, 1904;
  7. Sarah Vivian born February 21, 1907.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

Sources:

Bowles, Samuel Clifford

(son of Thomas Edward Bowles and Louisa Bale). Born September 15, 1891, Nephi, Utah.

Married:Sarah Campbell March 6, 1912.

Family resides near Rigby, Idaho.

Sources:

Bowthorpe, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Thomas Bowthorpe and Priscilla Pye of Norwich, Norfolkshire, England). Born September 30, 1806, Bruff, England. Came to Utah October 13, 1853, Levi Kendall and Cyrus Wheelock company.

Married:Mary Ann Tuttle December 22, 1835, Norwich, England. She was born December 18, 1810.
Their children:
  1. Virtue Ann, married Preston Lewis;
  2. George, died child;
  3. Hannah Charlotte born November 4, 1840, married George Finley Brooks February, 13, 1858;
  4. Maria Mary Ann, married George Baker, married Benjamin Neff;
  5. William died aged 12;
  6. Phoebe, married William Taylor;
  7. William born June 8, 1851, married C. Elizabeth Reynolds;
  8. Nephi born April 24, 1855, married Lynn Reynolds.

Family home Cottonwood, Utah.

Seventy; high priest; ward teacher; missionary to England three years. Silk weaver; farmer. Died April 5, 1878, Cottonwood, Utah.

Sources:

Bowthorpe, William, Jr.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of William Bowthorpe and Mary Ann Tuttle). Born June 8, 1851, Norwich, England. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:
  1. Elizabeth Reynolds February 13, 1877. Salt Lake City (daughter of Warren F. Reynolds and Christena McNeal of South Cottonwood, pioneers 1853). She was born April 11, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Glays C. born December 23, 1877, married William J. Baxter;
  2. William W. born June 1, 1879, died Infant;
  3. Hanmer R. born March 5, 1881, married Zina Peterson;
  4. Pearl R. born December 7, 1882, married Hurst Thompson;
  5. Asa R. born April 7, 1885;
  6. Wilford R. born May 21, 1887, married Dean Fagg;
  7. Nellie E. born July 10, 1889;
  8. Clarence G. born September 15, 1892;
  9. Hazel R. born March 14, 1895;
  10. Ethel May born July 30, 1897;
  11. Geneva R, born June 28, 1900.

Family home Cottonwood, Utah.

Member 128th quorum seventies; missionary to England 1900-02; president seventies; Sunday school teacher home missionary in Granite stake six years; special missionary in East Mill Creek and Big Cottonwood three years. Road supervisor in Salt Lake county four years. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Boyack, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of William Boyack and Catherine Moody of Mains, Forfarshire, Scotland). Born August 25, 1805. Came to Utah October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Elizabeth Mealmaker 1827. Scotland (daughter of William Mealmaker and Jenet Robertson, of Mains). She was born April 30, 1805.
Their children:
  1. James, Jr., born September 14, 1828, married Margary Waterhouse;
  2. Ann born April 1829, married James Ririe;
  3. Margret born September 24, 1831, married Henry Cleveland;
  4. Hannah born March 12, 1835, married James McFarland;
  5. Elizabeth born April 15, 1838, married Robert McKell;
  6. Mary born February 23, 1840, married John Robertson;
  7. William M. born 1841, married Susan Duncan;
  8. Joseph G. born July 1, 1812, married Jessie Archibald;
  9. Peter F. born July 1, 1844, married Rachel Hicks;
  10. Robert M. born March 21, 1847, married Emily Jane Stoker;
  11. David D. (twin of Robert), married Orilla Brimhall.

Settled at Spanish Forks 1856. Died there February 1, 1888.

Sources:

Boyack, James, Jr.

(son of James Boyack and Elizabeth Mealmaker). Born September 14, 1828, at Mains.

Married:Margary Waterhouse November 23, 1855, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Waterhouse and Isabella Donaldson, of Dundee, Scotland). She was born December 10, 1833.
Their children:
  1. 3 James A. born September 9, 1856, married Sarah M. Cox Williams;
  2. Margary Ann born June 23, 1858, married Robert Kinder;
  3. Elizabeth M. born April 4, 1861, married John D. Evans;
  4. Mary Jane born September 3, 1863, married William Howells;
  5. Jemia E. born August 21, 1865, married Richard Smith;
  6. Dessa born December 8, 1867;
  7. Isabella born December 22, 1869, married Charles H. Peterson;
  8. George S. born July 8, 1872, married Jane T. Bowen;
  9. Ralph B. born May 9, 1876, married Sarah E. Morgan.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Died December 19, 1893.

Sources:

Boyack, James A.

(son of James Boyack and Margary Waterhouse). Born September 9, 1856, Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Sarah M. Cox Williams April 7, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Cox and Mary Williams, of England, pioneers October 1864). She was born February 1, 1861.
Their adopted children:
  1. Ethel born December 20, 1887;
  2. Rosalia born March 28, 1894.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Missionary 1907-09 to Ohio; superintendent Sunday schools 1893-07; president seventies since 1900.

Sources:

Boyce, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Benjamin Boyce and Margaret Hartley of Fredericksburg, Canada. Born February 20, 1814, at Fredericksburg. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Jane Herns June 7, 1835 (daughter of Thomas Herns and Margaret Crank), who was born in Barry, Pike county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Thomas;
  2. Martha born March 21, 1836;
  3. Benjamin born October 7, 1839.

Family home Kirtland, Ohio.

Married:Mary Ann Barzee 1841, at Kirtland (daughter of James W. Barzee and Betsy Whiteham), who was born November 4, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Chester born April 2, 1842;
  2. Martin Calvin born April 7, 1844, married Louisa Marshall early in 1865;
  3. John born May 24, 1846, died February 23, 1865;
  4. David born February 18, 1848, married Eliza Handy;
  5. Betsy Ann born November 27, 1851, married Albert W. Clements;
  6. Albert M. born March 16, 1854, married Ida M. Herrick January 25, 1886;
  7. Joseph Y. born October 26, 1856, married Eunice S. Merrick;
  8. Elijah born June 15, 1860, married Frien Henderson;
  9. Elisha born February 11, 1863.

Family resided Smithfield, Utah, and Oxford, Idaho.

High Priest; patriarch. Farmer. Died March 31, 1886, at Oxford.

Sources:

Boyce, Joseph Young

(son of John Boyce and Mary Ann Barzee). Born October 26, 1856, Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Eunice Sophia Merrick March 8, 1876. Richmond, Utah (daughter of D. M. Merrick and Sophia Duffin, pioneers 1852). She was born March 18, 1857, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Lorenzo born February 1, 1877, died July 23, 1880;
  2. Nellie Alnora born January 22, 1879, married George Helmandollar October 12, 1900
  3. Leander M. born September 11, 1882, married Maud Davis December 13, 1905;
  4. Ruby born September 24, 1888;
  5. Vesta born January 15, 1894;
  6. Eva born July 6, 1900, died.

Family home Oxford, Idaho.

President YMMIA, 1880-89; superintendent Sunday schools 1895-99; president 88th quorum seventies. Farmer and fruit grower.

Sources:

Boyce, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850. Bishop’s counselor 30 years in Granite ward.

(son of Benjamin Boyce, born December 18, 1812, and Susannah Judd, born February 25, 1815, both of Leads county Canada). He was born February 22, 1842, Madison Island (near Nauvoo), Illinois. Came to Utah October 6, 1850, William snow company.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Keat December 18, 1864, (daughter of James Keat and Ann Prodger, former a pioneer 1857). She was born August 8, 1842, and came to Utah September 20, 1861, Joseph Young company.
Their children:
  1. Lizzie Adell born August 21, 1869, married O. N. Despain 1888;
  2. John, Jr. born June 18, 1866, died Eliza Content born March 11, 1872, married John Quist 1898;
  3. Ida Lurena born April 26, 1874, married Cyrus Winters 1908;
  4. Ella Mehitable born May 18, 1878, married George Butler 1896;
  5. James born November 27, 1879, died November 29, 1879.
Married:Ella Eugenia Despain January 30, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Solomon Despain and Ruth Amelia Newell, pioneers 1861, David Cannon company). She was born August 27, 1858, Deans Island, Mississippi county, Arkansas.
Their children:
  1. Ira John born June 16, 1880, married Pearl Mitchell 1907;
  2. Elunie Mildred born August 25, 1882, married George Baugh 1905;
  3. Benjamin born March 15, 1884, married Maud Brown 1905;
  4. Verna Maud born February 6, 1886, married Benjamin Judd 1902;
  5. Mabel Clare born February 28, 1888;
  6. Ella Jean born April 3, 1890, married Wallace Clark 1911;
  7. Joel Luther born July 7, 1894;
  8. Edith Dora born June 14, 1896;
  9. Daniel born May 6, 1898;
  10. Leona Elizabeth born January 25, 1901;
  11. Laronzo born June 9, 1903.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Granite, Utah.

Assisted to bring immigrants to Utah; bishop’s counselor 30 years in Granite ward. Justice of peace two years; Salt Lake county fruit-tree inspector two years.

Sources:

Boyd, George Alfred

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of James B. Boyd and Anne Adams). Born August 1, 1841, Newbury, Berkshire, England. Came to Utah 1863, William Godbe company.

Married:Isabell Jane Roe in 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Roe), who was born in 1847.
Their children:
  1. Eliza N.;
  2. Mamie, married William Brigawan;
  3. Priscilla A., married Arthur Dixon;
  4. George A., married Alice Miller;
  5. John W.;
  6. Edward, married Flora Ellis;
  7. Albert Levi;
  8. Susie, married August Steiner;
  9. James Butler, married Louise Fitts.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Assisted Captain Hyde to bring immigrants to Utah. Farmer and fruit-grower.

Sources:

Boyden, Charles

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

Came to Utah September 3, 1860, James D. Ross company.

Married:Sarah Korns at Stafford, Staffordshire, England. She was born in 1819.
Their children:
  1. William died infant
  2. John, married Jessie Mitchell;
  3. Fannie, married James Whitehead;
  4. Mary Ann, married Josiah Lees;
  5. Louisa, married Oliver R. Ostler.

High Priest; missionary to Sandwich Islands four years; Sunday school superintendent. Farmer and stockraiser. Died in 1887, Peterson, Morgan county, Utah.

Sources:

Boyle, Henry G.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848. Served on 14 church missions.

(son of John Boyle and Jane Taylor, of Virginia). Born March 7, 1824, in Virginia. Came to Utah June 5, 1848.

Married:Keziah D. Holliday September 6, 1849, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Holliday and Katherine Higgins, pioneers 1847). She was born in 1833.
Their children:
  1. William H. born February 19, 1851, married Mary Jane Ewell;
  2. Sarah Louisa born February 28, 1853, married William A. Carter.

Family home Weber county, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Ballard February 24, 1859, Payson, Utah. Eight children.
Married:Arabella McKinley September 30, 1865, Salt Lake City. Six children.
Married:Martha Frances Taylor, September 26, 1889, Salt Lake City. Six children.

Filled 14 missions; first president southern states mission. Died November 1908, in Arizona.

Sources:

Boyle, William Henry

(son of Henry G. Boyle and Keziah D. Holliday). Born February 19, 1851, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Ewell December 24, 1869, Santaquin, Utah (daughter of William Thomas Ewell and Polly Lee). She was born February 5, 1849.
Their children:
  1. Mary Keziah born December 13, 1870, married B. D. Harper;
  2. Susah Louisa born January 30, 1873, married W. B. Thurman;
  3. William H. born October 19, 1874, married Minnie Wright;
  4. Lydia Ann born August 11, 1876, married John F. Harris;
  5. Emma Jane born July 18, 1878, married George H. Chatwin;
  6. James Hollis born April 15, 1881, married Olive Fulmer;
  7. Zachariah Levi born March 5, 1883, died April 15, 1883;
  8. Leona Pearl born March 6, 1893.

Family home Santaquin, Utah.

Member board of education nine years; member city council.

Sources:

Boyle, Peter Adams

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of John Boyle of Edinburgh, Scotland). Born November 20, 1827, at Edinburgh. Came to Utah September 3, 1855, John Hindley company.

Married:Elizabeth Sinclair January 1, 1846, at Edinburgh, who was born August 4, 1821.
Their children:
  1. John A., married Mary Snow;
  2. James M.;
  3. Robert born;
  4. William W.;
    1. McLaren.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member 60th quorum seventies. Engaged in furniture business and lathe turning; cabinet maker. Died August 12, 1880, at Ogden.

Sources:

Boynton, Abraham D.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

Born March 12, 1815, in Massachusetts. Came to Utah late in 1852.

Married:Maria H. Burbank about 1844, Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts, (daughter of John Burbank of Haverhill). She was born July 22, 1817.
Their children:
  1. Charles, died Infant;
  2. Joseph H., married Flora Burges, married Millie Holbrook;
  3. John, died aged 24;
  4. Caroline, married Benjamin Davis;
  5. George, died aged 6;
  6. Sholitta, married John K. Crosby;
  7. Mary E., married Heber J. Burmingham;
  8. Augusta A., married Nephi Dourdon.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Member of seventies; ward teacher. Merchant and farmer. Said to have owned the first stove in Bountiful. Died October 1, 1866.

Sources:

Boynton, Joseph H.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Abraham D. Boynton and Maria H. Burbank). Born December 27, 1850, Haverhill, Massachusetts. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Flora Burges October 10, 1875, Salt Lake City (daughter of Bowers Burges and Elizabeth Brown of Maine who came to Utah in 1872). She was born April 13, 1861
Their children;
  1. Joseph H. born July 16, 1878, married Mary J. Brampton George T. born April 27, 1880, died infant;
  2. Charles W. born December, 1881, married Lillie Agett;
  3. Hannah J. born May 24, 1884, married Frederick Moffitt;
  4. Wanda Rilla born September 18, 1887, married Orson Agett

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Millie Holbrook December 18, 1890, Bountiful, Utah (daughter of Jonathan Holbrook and Millie Smith of Bountiful), who was born 1868.
Their children:
  1. Jesse born September 18, 1891;
  2. John R. born September 17, 1893;
  3. Sylvia born March 8, 1896, married Henry Kirby;
  4. Martha born March 8, 1898;
  5. Frederick born December 11, 1900;
  6. Bessie born December 10, 1902;
  7. Emma born January 16, 1905.

Member 100th quorum seventies. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bracken, James Bennett

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

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(son of Levi Bracken). Born in 1815. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Sarah Head (daughter of Anthony Head), who was born February 29, 1816, and died July 4, 1900.
Their children:
  1. Martha Ann, married Cyrus Hancock;
  2. James Bennett, married Marion Whipple;
  3. William Albert, married Clara Burgess;
  4. Narvil, died;
  5. Levi, died;
  6. Orlando Henry, married Martha Ann Mathews;
  7. Marcellus, married Jeanette McMurtry;
  8. Alzado, married James Day.

Family home Pine Valley, Washington county, Utah.

Pioneer; died at Panguitch, Utah, 1899.

Sources:

Bracken, Orlando Henry

(son of James Bennett Bracken and Sarah Head). Born March 9, 1854, Payson,

Married:Martha Ann Mathews February 4, 1879, near Panguitch, Utah (daughter of James Mathews, who died 1871. and Clara Slade, pioneers 1849, Captain Thomas company) She was born March 9, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Orlando James born November 13, 1879, married Mary Ann Worthin;
  2. Daisy Ann, born January 6, 1881;
  3. Clara, born August 12, 1882, married Leroy W. Rust;
  4. Ethelind, born February 21, 1884, married Fred S. Carpenter;
  5. Eugene, born October 5, 1887;
  6. George, born August 8, 1889;
  7. Frank, born June 4, 1890;
  8. Guy born September 28, 1891;
  9. Alice, born September 8, 1894;
  10. Gaild, born October 6, 1897
  11. Leland H. born December 20, 1900.

Elder; ward teacher; assistant superintendent of Sunday school. County commissioner 1908-12; deputy sheriff 1 term school trustee Pine Valley and Vernal, Utah. Engaged in merchandising at Vernal and Roosevelt, Utah; farmer.

Sources:

Bracken, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852

(son of Joshua Bracken and Hannah Bell, emigrants from Northumberlandshire, England). He was born October 26, 1842, Lockport, New York. Came to Utah October 11, 1852, James Snow company.

Married:Minnie Ahlstrom December 12, 1863 (daughter of Peter Ahlstrom and Inger Godfrey), who was born November 13, 1845
Their children:
  1. William, Jr., born November 13, 1864, married Elizabeth Russell;
  2. Watson A. born November 1, 1866, married Jessie Lineback November 25, 1895;
  3. Henry born January 31, 1869;
  4. George born March 3, 1871, married Agnes Crookston March 13, 1898;
  5. Charles born September 24, 1873, married Laura Evans April 20, 1899;
  6. Minnie born August 24, 1871, married William Burton April 6, 1897;
  7. Alice born March 15, 1879;
  8. Edna born April 16, 1881;
  9. Ernest born August 18, 1884, married Clara Nelson June 11, 1906;
  10. Myrtle, married Clyde Abbott December 21, 1907.

Family home Stockton, Utah.

Married:Calista Lee March 18, 1888, Tooele, Utah (daughter of William Lee and Laverna Bates, married 1855). She was born November 29, 1857, at Tooele.
Their children:
  1. Estella M. born December 24, 1889;
  2. Ethel C. born October 15, 1891;
  3. Ross J. born August 26, 1893;
  4. Verne born October 29, 1895;
  5. Glen L. born December 14, 1897;
  6. Flora E. born July 23, 1900.

Family home Mercur, Utah.

Sources:

Bracken, William, Jr.

(son of William Bracken and Minnie Ahlstrom). Born November 13, 1864, Stockton, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Russell at Tooele (daughter of William G. Russell and Elizabeth Vickery), who was born March 18, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Hazel born September 24, 1886;
  2. Nelist born October 3, 1888;
  3. Henry born January 6, 1890;
  4. Alice born August 23, 1891;
  5. Arnold born May 4, 1892;
  6. Lois born September 9, 1895;
  7. Theodore born June 10, 1897;
  8. Claud born November 16, 1899;
  9. Mabel born January 7, 1901.

Family home Stockton.

Sources:

Bradford, Larkin H.

(son of Larkin Bradford and Jane Catherine James of Huntsville, Alabama). Born January 1838, Huntsville Alaabama. Came to Utah 1864.

Married:Annie Davis Rex July 24, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Rex and Clara White Davis of Bruton, Somersetshire, England, latter a pioneer September 13, 1861, Joseph Horne company). She was born May 28, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Clara P., married Robert C. Egbert;
  2. Larkin, married Gertrude Abbott;
  3. Cornelia A., died child;
  4. Catharine E., died infant;
  5. Robert B., married Keziah Williams;
  6. Moss D., married Allie Stonebreaker;
  7. Charles L., married Jane McSparren;
  8. Maybelle E., died infant;
  9. Pearl L., married C. Leroy Cooper;
  10. Arlie R.;
  11. Finis J.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Detective. Tinner and pattern maker. Died April 21, 1910, Midvale, Utah.

Sources:

Bradford, Pleasant Sprague

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Hial Bradford born July 25, 1808, in Vermont, and Abigal Sprague, born August 14, 1814, in New York state, married August 21, 1830). He was born February 2, 1843, in Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah October 1, 1847, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Jane Jones October 15, 1864 (daughter of Charles Jones and Mary Ann Weeks, former a pioneer September 3, 1852, A. O. Smoot company, latter of September 1853, Claudius Spencer company, married September 1846, Wellington, Kentshire, England). She was born January 30, 1849. Came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Pleasant J. born December 27, 1866, married Jane Howard December 23, 1891;
  2. Reuben Sprague born November 26, 1868;
  3. Mary Abigal born July 27, 1870;
  4. Hial Lee born January 27, 1872, married Jane E. Warner July 1900;
  5. Charles Union born May 24, 1874, married Isabel Hamilton February 1, 1900;
  6. William Livingston born April 6, 1876;
  7. Emma Elizabeth born September 8, 1877;
  8. Delila Jane born May 28, 1879, married Roger W. Creer September 25, 1901;
  9. Lillian Irene born October 26, 1881;
  10. Sylvester Young born December 13, 1883;
  11. Minnie Othelia born April 20, 1885, married Antira J. Amason June, 1907;
  12. Ina Geneva born February 9, 1887, married David M. Jones December 20, 1909;
  13. Mabel LaVern born March 24, 1890, married James Beckstrom June, 1908.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Dora Hanson 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of James Hanson and Karen Anderson, latter a pioneer 1854, Captain Christensen company). She was born 1869, in Spanish Fork.
Their children:
  1. Frank born February 4, 1888, married Myrtle Hales;
  2. Pearl Estella born April 1, 1891, married Sidney S. Berean 1910;
  3. Earnest Leroy born September 27, 1893;
  4. Melvin Ray born March 7, 1896;
  5. Dora Viola born May 4, 1898;
  6. Reva Merlene born August 30, 1900;
  7. Kenneth Miles born July 25, 1902;
  8. Lida Othea born June 22, 1905.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Called to help settle Arizona, where he assisted in building canals and roads, and the building of mills. Seventy. Deceased.

Sources:

Bradford, Charles Union

(son of Pleasant Sprague Bradford and Jane Jones). Born May 24, 1874, Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Isabel Hamilton February 1, 1900, Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry Hamilton, pioneer, oxteam company, died June 16, 1901, and Jennett Johnson, pioneer with handcart company, both born in Scotland). She was born February 17, 1880, Provo, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Charles Russell born November 28, 1900;
  2. Jennie Fontella born June 30, 1902;
  3. Floyd Henry born March 19, 1904;
  4. William Oral born July 3, 1906;
  5. Harold Sterling born April 4, 1908.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah, and Shelley, Idaho.

Flour miller twenty years. Constructor of mills and power plants.

Sources:

Bradford, Sylvester

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Hial Bradford and Abigal Sprague). Born November 17, 1839, Switzerland county, Indiana. Came to Utah October 1, 1847, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Mary Ann Jones October 15, 1864 (daughter of Charles Jones and Mary Ann Weeks). She was born June 15, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Sylvester born September 25, 1865;
  2. Hial Charles;
  3. Rawsel S. born December 4, 1869, married Hannah Jex, March 22, 1893;
  4. Robert John born March 22, 1873, married Mary E. Payzant February 25, 1903;
  5. George W. born April 24, 1875, married Rachel Shepherd June 23, 1897;
  6. Lewis E. born June 10, 1877;
  7. Kiel G. born October 18, 1879, married Mary Barnes February 10, 1906;
  8. Pleasant M.;
  9. Eli Alma.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Anna Christina Hanson April 7, 1884, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Hanson and Karen Anderson, the latter a pioneer 1854, Captain Christensen company). She was born January 14, 1863, Spanish Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Granville born May 5, 1885;
  2. Lester Glenn born July 26, 1895;
  3. James Henry born July 9, 1897.

Settled in Salt Lake county; moved to Spanish Fork 1864. Missionary to northern states 1881-83; missionary to England 1886-88; president 19th quorum seventies; high priest. Veteran Black Hawk war.

Sources:

Bradford, Rawsel S.

(son of Sylvester Bradford and Mary Ann Jones). Born December 4, 1869, Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Hannah Jex March 22, 1892, Manti, Utah (daughter of William Jex and Eliza Goodson), who was born October 5, 1867, at Spanish Fork.
Their children:
  1. Hannah born January 20, 1893;
  2. Mary A. born November 8, 1895;
  3. Eliza G. born November 6, 1897;
  4. Lewis S. born March 16, 1901;
  5. Mildred J. born February 24, 1903;
  6. Alice R. born January 11, 1905;
  7. Rawsel W. born February 1, 1906;
  8. John J. born December 17, 1910.

Missionary to Hawaiian Islands 1906-09. Farmer and flour miller.

Sources:

Bradford, Robert John

(son of Sylvester Bradford and Mary Ann Jones). Born March 22, 1873.

Married:Mary Eliza Payzant February 25, 1903.
Their children:
  1. Mary Emma born February 13, 1904;
  2. Robert Louis born December 30, 1905;
  3. Sylvester Allen born December 9, 1907;
  4. Mark Payzant born July 9, 1910.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Missionary to northern states 1900-02.

Sources:

Bradley, George W.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born January 15, ____. Came to Utah 1847, Willard Richards oxteam company.

Married:Elizabeth Betsy Kroll.
Their children:
  1. Amanda, married Daniel Henrie;
  2. Abiah, married Isaac Morley;
  3. Jerome, died aged 21;
  4. Louisa, married Abner Lowry;
  5. George W., married Elizabeth Love;
  6. Joseph, died infant;
  7. Malinda, married James Wolf;
  8. Moroni, married Arsenath Funk;
  9. Mary, died infant;
  10. Amos Alma, married Leonora Reese;
  11. Zephaniah, married Myra Draper; married Martha Jane Draper;
  12. Sylvia died child.
Married:Cynthia Adair.
Their children:
  1. James, married Luna Draper;
  2. Lucy, married Anthony Bruno.

Families resided Manti, Nephi and Moroni, Utah.

Bishop of Nephi and Moroni. Assisted in building the first ferry boat to carry immigrants across Green river. Appointed probate judge of Juab county February 7, 1852, by Governor Brigham Young. Farmer. Died Sunday, March 8, 1891, Moroni, Utah.

Sources:

Bradley, Amos Alma

(son of George W. Bradley and Abiah Richmond of Salem, New York). Born August 10, 1849, Salt Lake City [In the preceding genealogy he is given as a part of the family of George W. Bradley and Elizabeth Betsy Kroll.]

Married:Leonora Reese July 18, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Reese and Margret Davis, pioneers October 2, 1856, Edward Bunker handcart company). She was born August 2, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Amos Alma, Jr. born August 23, 1869, married Amelia Christensen December 26, 1887;
  2. Anna R. born July 8, 1871, married James Jacobson December 3, 1890;
  3. Sylvia born February 25, 1873, married William Homer June 15, 1891;
  4. Lydia Leonora born February 9, 18,5, married W. R. Young June 19, 1895;
  5. Malinda Euphemia born February 7, 1877, married Frank B. Ford October 1899;
  6. Thomas Jefferson born January 22, 1879, married Sarah Ellen Eataugh August, 1899;
  7. Charles Henry born November 28, 1880 died;
  8. Betsy M. born September 9, 1882 died;
  9. Roscoe A. born October 4, 1889, married Effie Bates June 4, 1913;
  10. Dora born May 24, 1893, married Raphel Larson September 1911.

Family home Moroni, Utah.

President high priests quorum, Moroni. One of the active citizens of his community in its development.

Sources:

Bradley, Amos Alma, Jr.

(son of Amos Alma Bradley and Leonora Reese). Born August 23, 1869, Moroni, Utah

Married:Amelia Christensen December 26, 1887, Manti, Utah (daughter of Niels and Christana Christensen, pioneers with Captain Christiansen company, whose handcart company came September 13, 1857). She was born at Moroni, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Amos Melvin born October 7, 1888, married Hazel McGary November 6, 1909;
  2. Nielson born March 12, 1892, died November 26, 1893
  3. Reese Victor born August 31, 189
  4. Heber Wells born May 22, 1898;
  5. Christana A. born April 21, 1902;
  6. Newel Alma born April 29, 1907, died January 3, 1911.
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Brain, Edward

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Aaron and Hannah Brain of Bath, Somersetshire, England, pioneers 1848). Born August 15, 1822. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Mary Ann Johnson December 24, 1869 (daughter of Benjamin Johnson and Charlotte Budd of Salt Lake City pioneers August 20, 1868, Joseph S. Rawlins company). She was born May 4, 1851, Bedfordshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Mabel R. born February 14, 1871, married Brigham A. Seare;
  2. Edward B. born March 15, 1872, died aged 3;
  3. Henry B. born March 10, 1874, married Jane Bull;
  4. Ebenezer J. born December 23, 1875, married Ivy Hayes;
  5. Fred B. born May 27, 1878, married Beatrice Coleman;
  6. Albert G. born January 13, 1881, married Irene Crofts;
  7. Alice D. born February 16, 1883, married Frederick Hust.

Family home 20th ward, Salt Lake City.

Brick maker.

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Branch, William Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

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(son of William Henry Branch of Lisbon, Connecticut). Born August 9, 1820, Lisbon, Connecticut. Came to Utah October 14, 1850, Wilford Woodruff company.

Married:Emily Cornelia Atwood November 24, 1844, Mansfield, Conn, (daughter of Daniel Atwood and Polly Sawyer of Mansfield, pioneers 1850, Wilford Woodruff company). She was born March 1, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Nelson born November 1845, died infant;
  2. Erving born October 1847, died April 1850;
  3. William Henry born August 23, 1851, married Hephzibah C. Hirst;
  4. Eugene Elisha born August 19, 1854, married Jane Blake;
  5. Emily Cornelia born December 10, 1855, married George Brooks;
  6. Rozilla Polly born November 8, 1857, married Brigham J. Lund;
  7. Candice, died.

Family resided Salt Lake City, St. George and Price, Utah.

Married:Ella Coombs May 9, 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of Abraham Coombs and Olive Olivia Curtis, latter a pioneer 1860, Ebenezer Hanks company). She was born March 27, 1857, San Bernardino, California.
Their children:
  1. Olive born December 19, 1878, married Herbert West Millburn April 22, 1897;
  2. Jane born March 6, 1881, married Elbert L. Thomas April 12, 1905;
  3. Frank born April 4, 1884, died August 31, 1907;
  4. Arabella born December 19, 1887, married Henry A. Pace September 9, 1910;
  5. Ella Irene born June 11, 1890, married Don Carlos Woodward August 15, 1910.

High priest and ward clerk. Road supervisor; captain of police; sheriff Washington county; watermaster. Bricklayer and plasterer; farmer. Died September 19, 1890, Price, Utah.

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Branch, William Henry

(son of William Henry Branch and Emily Cornelia Atwood). Born August 23, 1851, Salt Lake City.

Married:Hephzibah Caroline Hirst May 29, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Henry Hirst and Hannah Drake, of Thornhill, Yorkshire, England, who came to Utah November 7, 1878). She was born May 1, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Eva born December 27, 1880, died;
  2. Cornelia born March 12, 1882, married John David Barber;
  3. Eliza Jane born December 31, 1883, married John Ellwood Carruth;
  4. Hannah May born May 14, 1885;
  5. Emily born April 18, 1887, married Lawrence S. Stone;
  6. Frances Ruby born January 17, 1889, married Leo Knopp January 28, 1913;
  7. Earl born September 17, 1891, died;
  8. Olive born January 15, 1894;
  9. William Henry born February 18, 1896;
  10. Karl Hirst born September 9, 1901.

Family resided Salt Lake City, St. George and Coalville, Utah.

Member 21st quorum seventies; missionary to England 1877-80, and to Sandwich islands 1874-77; high priest; bishop; president YMIA. Deputy sheriff two terms; justice of peace;constable; city marshal; city councilman two terms; deputy United States marshal. Brick mason and plasterer.

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Branch, Eugene Elisha

(son of William Henry Branch and Emily Cornelia Atwood). He was born August 19, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Married:Jane Blake January 18, 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of Benjamin Fredrick Blake and Harriett Hollis, both of England, pioneers 1852). She was born December 20, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Eugene Elisha, Jr., born October 8, 1877, married Agnes Winifred Liddell;
  2. Rosilla born June 11, 1879, married Ebenezer Hunt Thayn;
  3. Irvin born November 28, 1881, married Anna May Smith;
  4. Levi born December 28, 1884, married Mary Brace;
  5. Ernest born March 28, 1887;
  6. Ezra born July 12, 1889, married Vilate Hanson;
  7. Ray born June 24, 1891;
  8. Melville born January 14, 1894;
  9. Olive born April 2, 1896;
  10. Effie born November 2, 1901.

Missionary to northwestern states 1898-1900; bishop Wellington ward 1902-06; ward clerk; Sunday school superintendent; ward teacher. School trustee. Mason. Died October 29, 1906, Wellington, Utah.

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Branch, Eugene Elisha

(son of Eugene Elisha Branch and Jane Blake). Born October 8, 1877, St. George, Utah.

Married:Agnes Winifred Liddell September 20, 1900. at St. George (daughter of Abraham Liddell of Rutherglen, near Glasgow, Scotland, pioneer September 15, 1868, John Gillespie company, and Lucy Jones of South Wales, pioneer October 26, 1864, William Hyde company). She was born May 5, 1878.
Their children:
  1. Gladys born September 8, 1901;
  2. Eugene Amos born December 10, 1904;
  3. Melba (twin), born April 11, 1907,
  4. Thelma (twin), born April 11, 1907, died.

Member 101st quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1909-11, and president North Carolina conference; high priest; 1st counselor to Bishop Edgar H. Thayn; 2nd counselor to Bishop John W. Hill; Sunday school superintendent eight years; president YMMIA, Wellington ward. Treasurer Wellington town board; chairman Wellington school district No. 8. Farmer.

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Bransford, John Samuel

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Mayor Salt Lake City, Utah 1907-1912.

(son of Milford Bard Bransford and Sarah Ellen Cooper, who lived in Plumas county, California). Born August 26, 1856, at Richmond, Mississippi. Came to Utah February, 1899.

Married:Rachel S. Blood July 31, 1878, at Greenville, California (daughter of John Nelson Blood, of same place), who was born December 19, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Stella, married Lewis A. Evans;
  2. Wallace Milford, married Louise Grace Emery.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mayor Salt Lake City 1907-12. Mining operator and capitalist.

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Brenchley, Richard

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of William Brenchley, born March 11, 1805, Faversham, East Kent, England, and Caroline Wellar, of Borden, East Kent). He was born February 22, 1840, at Borden. Came to Utah October 12, 1861, Captain Home company.

Married:Jane Gray April 15, 1861 (daughter of William Gray and Ann Broadbent), who was born July 8, 1834. and came to Utah with husband.
Only child:
  1. Harriet Lydia born February 17, 1862, married George Spence April 14, 1887.
Married:Mary J. Clegg December 26, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Clegg who died in England 1863, and Ann Massee, pioneer September 25, 1863, Peter Nebeker company). She was born January 18, 1844, Stockport, England.
Their children:
  1. Jane Clegg born October 17, 1865, married Thomas Thorpe May 2, 1886;
  2. Mary C. born June 27, 1867, married Robert Leshman November 10, 1885;
  3. Caroline C. born June 17, 1869, married Joseph Thorpe January 18, 1891;
  4. Richard C. born June 10, 1871, died;
  5. William C. born September 8, 1873, married Sarah Murray January 6, 1897;
  6. John born January 3, 1875, married Cassie Hall January 7, 1903;
  7. Thomas born April 1, 1878, married Laura Hall January 10, 1900;
  8. Joseph C. born January 21, 1880, married Florence Memmott April 12, 1905;
  9. Alfred C. born February 26, 1885, died.

Settled at Wellsville. Second counselor in presidency high priests quorum, Wellsville ward. Watermaster six years.

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Bridges, Henry Mallon

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of George Bridges and Mallion of Birmingham, England). Born March 22, 1807, at Birmingham. Came to Utah September, 1864.

Married:Sarah Louisa Lowe 1824, at Birmingham. She was born December 26, 1804.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann, married Patrick Martin;
  2. Susanna J., married Edwin Taylor;
  3. Charles Henry, married Frances Elizabeth Jones;
  4. Thomas Warner, died child;
  5. Sarah Louisa, married Daniel Agustus Hussey.

Family home Birmingham, England, and East Mill Creek, Utah.

Active in ward religion work and in the British mission. Tailor. Died October 18, 1882.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah’s photo index on page 17 lists middle name as “Mallion”

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Bridges, Charles Henry

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He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1856 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of Henry Mallion Bridges and Sarah Louisa Lowe). Born August 9, 1835, at Birmingham. Came to Utah September 26, 1856, Edmund Ellsworth handcart company.

Married:Frances Elizabeth Pearson June 20, 1860. Salt Lake City (daughter of Joshua Pearson and Sarah Jefcutt of Stitchford Yardley, England, pioneers September 4, 1859, George Rowley handcart company). She was born September 5, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Marian, married David Follick;
  2. Sarah E., died child;
  3. Charles Henry Jr., married Mary Nate;
  4. Thaddeus, died;
  5. Louisa, died child;
  6. Thomas Pearson, married Elnora V. Kent;
  7. Wallace J., died;
  8. Grace, married David A. Lewis;
  9. Gertrude, died.

Family resided at Salt Lake City, Utah, and Montpelier, Idaho.

Senior president 79th quorum seventies; home missionary. Died January 7, 1913, Montpelier, Idaho.

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Bridwell, George M.

(son of Thomas Jefferson Bridwell and Sarah J. Little of Augusta, Georgia). Born October 17, 1859 at Augusta. Came to Utah November 22, 1890, William Spry missionary company.

Married:Mary E. Tice March 7, 1880, at Augusta (daughter of William J. Tice and Mary E. Garrison of Augusta, who came to Utah November 22, 1890). She was born October 7, 1859.
Their children:
  1. George T., died infant;
  2. Mary M., married D. S. Donaldson;
  3. Sarah A., died aged two;
  4. Lizzie Belle, married C. W. Dansie;
  5. William Jefferson;
  6. George K., married Nellie Brooks;
  7. Lee Roy Watson;
  8. Harry Thomas;
  9. Lena Ruth;
  10. Gordon Alexander;
  11. Beulah I., married Paul Stonewall Jackson.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

High Priest; home missionary; second counselor to Bishop H. Sperry of 4th ward, Salt Lake City; member high council pioneer stake. Superintendent Salt Lake public school buildings. Contractor.

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Briggs, George

(son of George Briggs, born October 15, 1858, and Sarah Susannah Blackburn, born April 18, 1859, both of Tupton, Derbyshire, England). He was born August 13, 1883, Lyman, Oneida County, Idaho.

Married:Martha Burns June 22, 1904, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Raymond George born May 3, 1905;
  2. Elda Susannah born October 16, 1909.

Bishop Archer ward, Fremont stake, Idaho.

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Briggs, James

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He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1856 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of John Briggs, born February 3, 1813, and Ruth Butterworth, born April 23, 1817, both of England). He was born January 4, 1845. Came to Utah November 30, 1856, Edward Martin handcart company.

Married:Caroline Clark April 29, 1865, Salt Lake City, (daughter of Benjamin Thomas Clark and Ann Schugar, former of Sugar House ward, Utah, pioneer October 14, 1853, Cyrus H. Wheelock company, latter died in England). She was born April 28, 1845, and died March 23, 1909.
Their children:
  1. John born August 3, 1866, married Sarah Elizabeth Gillett October 21, 1884;
  2. Ruth Ann born March 19, 1869, married James W. Siddoway March 11, 1886;
  3. James Lorenzo born May 3, 1871, married Mary Naylor June 1896;
  4. Benjamin Thomas born November 12, 1872, married Charlotte Hawkins December 14, 1898;
  5. Caroline Emma born November 26, 1874, married George R. Trowbridge April 28, 1897;
  6. Clara born June 11, 1877, married Roy P. Anderson April 28, 1896;
  7. George Albert born February 14, 1879, married Eva Blackford September 5, 1906;
  8. Joseph Edward born June 20, 1885, married Isabella Weir July 30, 1905;
  9. Daniel Arthur born April 7, 1888.

Family home Sugar House ward. Salt Lake county.

Seventy; missionary to England 1882-98; president Manchester conference. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Died February 15, 1905.

Sources:

Briggs, John

(son of James Briggs and Caroline Clark). Born August 3, 1866, Sugar House ward, Salt Lake county.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Gillett October 21, 1884, Salt Lake City (daughter of Carlos N. Gillett and Celestia A. Pendleton), who was born June 11, 1866.
Their children:
  1. James and Carl B. born December 11, 1887;
  2. Edith and Ethel born August 1891;
  3. Caroline born February 1894;
  4. Benjamin born January 21, 1896;
  5. Ernest born December 24, 1896;
  6. Bessie born February 1897;
  7. George born April 1907.

Family home Teton City, Idaho.

Teton City councilman; school trustee. Blacksmith.

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Briggs, George Albert

(son of James Briggs and Caroline Clark). Born February 14, 1879, Sugar House ward, Salt Lake county.

Married:Eva Blackford September 5, 1906, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Blackford and Mary Smith of Oldham, England, latter came to Utah December 1, 1901). She was born December 3, 1878.
Their children:
  1. Mary Caroline born September 8, 1907;
  2. James born March 26, 1909;
  3. Florence born October 8, 1910.

Family home Teton City, Idaho.

Seventy.

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Bright, Isaac Preston

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Bright, born December 15, 1808, and Susan Pugh, born November 17, 1810, both of Knox county, Tennessee). He was born October 13, 1844, Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah September 15, 1852, Isaac Stewart company.

Married:Mary Etta Smith September 30, 1866, Oxford, Idaho (daughter of B. B. Smith and Delilah Hyler, pioneers September 10, 1863, William B. Preston company). She was born September 13, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Mary Florence born October 7, 1867, married Moroni H. Stocks January 2, 1890;
  2. Clara Ann born June 6, 1869;
  3. Isaac Preston, Jr., born February 6, 1871, married Merelda Peart December 17, 1895.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

Married:Cordelia Brower February 17, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ariah C. Brower and Margaret Elizabeth Hussey), who was born December 11, 1857, Grantsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John Monroe born October 13, 1875, married Amy Johnson March 5, 1902;
  2. Cordelia Etta born December 19, 1877, married Milo A. Wheeler March 1, 1905;
  3. Elsie Elizabeth born January 17, 1879, married Riley Allen September 20, 1899;
  4. Martha McKinney born November 17, 1881, married Joseph Aller October 2, 1901;
  5. Charles Minet born September 16, 1883, married Jennie McCarthy;
  6. Zaloma born April 19, 1886, married Jefferson Stowell December 2, 1904.
Married:Martha A. Craghead March 27, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Thomas L. Craghead and Harriet Wilson), who was born January 7, 1866, Oxford, Idaho.
Their children:
  1. Harriet S. born December 8, 1887;
  2. Elda born August 18, 1889, married Austin Smith December 26, 1912;
  3. George born November 25, 1890, married Marguerite France November 6, 1912;
  4. Zorda, (twin) born July 25, 1897;
  5. Zola, (twin) born July 25, 1897;
  6. Sarah Matilda born February 26, 1900;
  7. Nettie born October 6, 1903.

Settled at Alpine, Utah, in 1852; pioneer to Richmond; moved to Lewiston 1874. Assisted to bring immigrants to Utah.

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Bright, Isaac Preston, Jr.

(son of Isaac Preston Bright and Mary Etta Smith). Born February 6, 1871, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Merelda Peart December 17, 1895, at Richmond (daughter of Benjamin Peart and Elizabeth Ashment, former born at Salt Lake City, latter came to Utah October 1868, Simpson Molen company). She was born December 17, 1872, Franklin, Idaho.
Their children:
  1. Preston Leon born September 26, 1896;
  2. Esse Merelda born January 6, 1900;
  3. Ray Cornelius born December 28, 1902;
  4. Lorin Vernon born November 25, 1905.
Sources:

Bright, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Bright and Susan Pugh). Born March 26, 1849, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. Came to Utah September 15, 1852, in company with elder brother.

Married:Phoebe Smith (daughter B. born Smith and Delilah Hyler), who was born December 28, 1853, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. John Wesley born January 12, 1873, married Alice Taggart October 28, 1896;
  2. Phoebe Etta born March 27, 1874, married Thomas Waddoups December 18, 1890;
  3. Alice May born December 25, 1875, married Henry Taggart;
  4. Sarah Florence born October 2, 1878, married Marcus Taggart November 3, 1897;
  5. Adah born February 3, 1881, married C. B. Wheeler July 11, 1906;
  6. Emma born August 26, 1882;
  7. Delilah born March 16, 1884, married George Gregory June 11, 1903.

Family home Lewiston, Utah.

Veteran Indian wars. Settled at Alpine in 1852; moved to Richmond in 1860, and to Lewiston in 1874. Went across the plains during the summer of 1868 to assist straggling and unfortunate immigrants.

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Brim, Alfred Wallace

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Frederick and Eunice Brim of Madison county, New York). Born November 15, 1815, in Madison county, and came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Mary Ann Merrill 1849 in Ohio (daughter of Gilman Merrill and Rebecca Sevier, pioneers of Ogden, Utah). She was born November 23, 1830.
Their children:
  1. Alfred Gilman born 1850, married Agnes Asper;
  2. Alonzo Adelbert born March 10, 1853, married Mary Jane Cluff;
  3. Willard Wallace born 1855, married Lillian Monson;
  4. Hyrum Fredrick and George Franklin, died;
  5. Alice Ann born November 25, 1862, married Oluf Henrickson;
  6. Evaline Mae born May 2, 1865, married J. P. Dean.

Family home Coalville, Utah.

One of the first to haul stone for the Salt Lake temple; also one of the first tanners in Utah. Died May 2, 1897.

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Brim, Alonzo Adelbert

(son of Alfred Wallace Brim and Mary Ann Merrill). Born March 10, 1853, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Jane Cluff October 7, 1877. Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin Cluff and Mary Ellen Foster of Provo, Utah). She was born June 25, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Mary Leone born July 9, 1878, married Sidney P. Phillips;
  2. Stella Aleane born March 27, 1880, married Raymond Rasband;
  3. Mildred Alice born October 9, 1883, married George W. Smith;
  4. Rula Merrill born August 10, 1886, married Caleb Pickett;
  5. Alonzo Adelbert born December 26, 1891;
  6. Harold Cluff born April 23, 1893;
  7. Walter Wallace born May 28, 1895.

Family home Center Ward, Utah.

Missionary to Sandwich Islands 1883-86; engineer on Church sugar factory in Sandwich Islands; bishop Center ward.

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Brimhall, George Washington

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849 and in 1852 Brimhall was elected to the Utah Territorial Legislature.

(son of Sylvanus Brimhall and Lydia Ann Guiteau). Born November 14, 1814, South Fremont, Oneida county, New York. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Lucretia Metcalf.
Their children:
  1. Rufus;
  2. Mary;
  3. Sylvanus.

Family home Galesburg, Illinois.

Married:Rachel Ann Mayer February 2, 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Mayer and Ann Yost of Nauvoo, Illinois, pioneers September 24, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company). She was born February 9, 1829, Bucyrus, Crawford county, Ohio.
Their children:
  1. George Henry born December 9, 1852, married Elizabeth Wilkins; married Flora Robertson;
  2. Rachel Emma born May 22, 1854, married Charles O. Robertson;
  3. Emer M. born February 15, 1856, married Angeline Davis;
  4. Orilla M. born April 14, 1858, married David Boyack;
  5. Omer M. born March 9, 1860, married Sally Reese;
  6. Ruth R. born January 17, 1863;
  7. Prudence M. born December 26, 1865;
  8. Ether Record born March 4, 1868, married Sophrona Smith;
  9. Tryphena M. born October 24, 1870, married George P. Garff;
  10. Grace M. born September 5, 1875, married John M. Calderwood.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Patriarch; assisted in the erection of the Nauvoo temple and in locating; the settlement of Parowan. Member of the legislature, representing Iron county; one of the pioneer musicians of Utah. Settled at Ogden; moved to Salt Lake City, thence to Spanish Fork in 1865. Farmer and builder.

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Brimhall, George Henry

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President of Brigham Young University for 17 years.

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(son of George Washington Brimhall and Rachel Ann Mayer). Born December 9, 1852, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Alsina Elizabeth Wilkins December 28, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of George W. Wilkins and Catherine Augusta Lovett, pioneers October 12, 1847). She was born May 7, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Lucy Jane born December 13, 1875, married Jesse William Knight;
  2. Alsina Elizabeth born December 16, 1876, married Lafayette Hinckley Holbrook;
  3. George Washington born October 25, 1878, married Hattie Wolfe;
  4. Mark Henry born June 18, 1880, married Guinevere Smellie;
  5. Wells Lovett born April 26, 1882, married Fern Smoot;
  6. Milton Albert born October 21, 1883, died January 8, 1884.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Flora Robertson September 11, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of James Robertson and Matilda Graham), who was born March 14, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Dean Robertson born December 11, 1886;
  2. Fay Robertson born May 16, 1889, married Julian Moses Cummings;
  3. Fawn Robertson born May 16, 1889, married Thomas McKay;
  4. Burns Robertson born January 19, 1892;
  5. Ruth Afton born April 8, 1896;
  6. Paul Robertson born June 9, 1898;
  7. Alta Robertson born July 23, 1901;
  8. Golden H. born August 12, 1906;
  9. Areo Robertson born August 3, 1909.

Family home Provo, Utah.

One of first graduates of Brigham Young Academy; superintendent Spanish Fork public schools; two terms superintendent Utah county and Provo city schools; president Utah State teachers Association and president Brigham Young University, in which he served as a preparatory teacher, director normal school, principal high school and professor of pedagogy and psychology; member general board of education and board of examiners; stake superintendent YMMIA.

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Brimhall, Emer M.

(son of George Washington Brimhall and Rachel Ann Mayer). Born February 15, 1856, Ogden (Mounds Fort), Utah.

Married:Angeline Davis (daughter of Peter Davis).
Their children:
  1. Silas Emer;
  2. Peter Harris;
  3. Clare, married George Jensen;
  4. Melva;
  5. David;
  6. Glen;
  7. Dell;
  8. Allen;
  9. Tryphena;
  10. Ida, died;
  11. Ida Grant Margaret.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Pioneer dry farmer and stockman at Brimhall’s ranch, Spanish Fork.

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Bringhurst, Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joseph Bringhurst, born February 18, 1790, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Elizabeth Evans of Chester county, Pennsylvania). He was born December 21, 1812, at Philadelphia. Came to Utah October 10, 1847, John Taylor company.

Married:Eleanor Beitler (daughter of John Beitler), who was born December 25, 1816.
Their children:
  1. William A. born January 26, 1839, married Belinda D. Palmer;
  2. Anna born March 12, 1842, married Jacob Houtz;
  3. Henry L. born August 13, 1844, died March 21, 1846;
  4. Robert P. born November 25, 1846, married Jane Wilson;
  5. Samuel born April 7, 1850;
  6. Eleanor born April 7, 1850;
  7. John B. born June 13, 1854;
  8. Mary E. born June 14, 1854;
  9. Louis born September 24, 1856.

Pioneer; wheelwright and farmer in Salt Lake county.

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Bringhurst, William A.

(son of Samuel Bringhurst and Eleanor Beitler). Born January 26, 1839, Lionville, Chester county, Pennsylvania.

Married:Selinda D. Palmer September 27, 1862 (daughter of Mifflin Palmer and Catherine Dally, pioneers September 13, 1861, Joseph Horne company). She was born in 1842.
Their children:
  1. William A. born September 27, 1863, married Martha Granger;
  2. Howard born August 14, 1865, married Lana M. Davis;
  3. Eliza B. born March 14, 1868, married Conrad M. Kleenman;
  4. Mary E. born February 3, 1870, married Walter H. Clark;
  5. Mufflin M. born February 26, 1872;
  6. Lorenzo born March 13, 1874, married Eleanor Woodbury;
  7. George R. born March 3, 1876, married Lulu Harrison;
  8. Franklin P. born January 17, 1878, married Edna A. Lamb;
  9. Daniel born September 26, 1880;
  10. Henry born December 17, 1882, married Melina Hannud.

Family resided at Salt Lake city and Toquerville, Utah.

Married:Susan A. Steele May 25, 1867 (daughter of John Steele and Catharine Campbell, pioneers with Mormon Battalion). She was born April 28, 1851, Parowan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John S. born July 30, 1868, married Maran A. Stapley April, 1888;
  2. Anna A. born March 30, 1870, married John C. Naigle, Jr. March 30, 1887;
  3. Joseph A. born October 10, 1872, married Adalin N. Hardy, June 16, 1896;
  4. Mary E. born August 21, 1875, married R. H. Duffin November 29, 1891;
  5. Eleanor C. born February 8, 1878, married Ben C. Granger August 31, 1898;
  6. Mahroni L. born September 6, 1880;
  7. Jesse W. born June 13, 1883;
  8. Laura S. born August 22, 1885, married B. F. Duffin August 31, 1909.
Married:Mary J. Stapley (daughter of Charles Stapley, born November 28, 1824, Kent, England, and Sarah Parkinson, born May 24, 1831, Cambridgeshire, England). She was born February 11, 1865, Toquerville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Marias W. born December 1, 1886;
  2. Vida born December 8, 1888;
  3. Samuel born December 24, 1892;
  4. Vera born November 3, 1894;
  5. Leo born January 23, 1897;
  6. Charles born December 22, 1899;
  7. Arvilla born May 28, 1902.

Bishop Toquerville ward, St. George stake 1874-1912. Assessor and collector; sheriff and judge in Kane county.

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Bringhurst, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joseph Bringhurst and Elizabeth Evans). Born November 8, 1818, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 10, 1847, John Taylor company.

Married:Ann Dillworth March 25, 1845, Chester county, Pennsylvania) daughter of Caleb Dillworth and Eliza Woolerton, the latter a pioneer 1847). She was born February 12, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Charles Harper born April 23, 1846, died December 23, 1846;
  2. William Joseph born August 5, 1848, married Eliza Taylor;
  3. Eliza Jane born August 14, 1851, married Amasa L. Hayword;
  4. Ann Dillworth born August 13, 1853, married John A. Groesbeck;
  5. Deseret born December 25, 1856, married Milan L. Crandall;
  6. Clara Olivia born July 11, 1858, married Edward James Hall;
  7. John Frank born December 13, 1861, married Mahala Harriett Crandall.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Springville, Utah.

Married:Ellen Wiscombe (daughter of James Wiscombe).
Only child:
  1. Ferris W. born June, 1877.

Bishop of Springville. City councilman; member territorial legislature; member board of directors of Brigham Young academy. Director Provo Woolen Mills; merchant, farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bringhurst, John Frank

(son of William Bringhurst and Ann Dillworth). Born December 13, 1861, at Springville.

Married:Mahala Harriett Crandall October 22, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Martin Pardon Crandall and Harriett Tylor). She was born December 12, 1866, at Springville.
Their children:
  1. John Frank born August 22, 1886, died;
  2. William born March 14, 1888;
  3. Harriett born April 6, 1890;
  4. Norma born April 29, 1892;
  5. Mark Dillworth born September 26, 1894;
  6. Joseph Crandall born February 24, 1897;
  7. Gideon Martin born December 6, 1899, died May 20, 1904;
  8. Ann Dillworth born March 21, 1902, died May 4, 1902;
  9. Clara born February 16, 1904;
  10. Frederick Ralston born October 1, 1906.

Family home Springville.

Bishop of Springville since July 24, 1904. Traveling adjuster for the Consolidated Wagon and Machine Company, and manager Spanish Fork branch 4 years; commissioned postmaster of Springville June 23, 1910.

Sources:

Brinkerhoff, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

Born May 22, 1816, Sempronius, Cayuga county, New York. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Sally Ann Snider January 24, 1830, who was born October 22, 1816, at husband’s birthplace, and died February 8, 1896, Thurber, Utah.
Only child:
  1. George, married Rosannah V. Cutler.

He died March 4, 1875, Glendale, Utah.

Sources:

Brinkerhoff, George

(son of James Brinkerhoff and Sally Ann Snider). Born October 29, 1852, Centerville, Davis County, Utah.

Married:Rosannah V. Cutler November 5, 1879, St. George, Utah.

Ordained bishop of Thurber ward June, 1882, and again July 29, 1906; ordained an elder and high priest June, 1882; missionary to eastern states November 22, 1887. Settled at St. George 1862; moved to West Point, on The Muddy, Nevada; returned with that colony to Glendale, and then to Thurber, Utah, in 1879.

Sources:

Briscoe, Gameliel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Bryan Briscoe and Margarette Frieyers). Born December 18, 1818, Preston, Lancastershire, England. Came to Utah August 20, 1868, Chester Loveland company.

Married:Elizabeth Ellbeck in 1847, Benton, Yorkshire, England. (daughter of John Ellbeck and Mary Brockbank of Yorkshire). She was born May 12, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Mary, died infant;
  2. Mary Ann, died aged 8;
  3. Thomas, married Martha Barnett;
  4. Robert, married Mr. Morgan;
  5. Jane, married Thomas Tennant;
  6. Gameliel, Jr., died infant;
  7. Ellen, married Thomas Flynn;
  8. Eliza, married William Alexander.

Family home Salt Lake city.

Married:Matilda Taylor December 12, 1902, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Taylor and Ann Maria Sager of West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England, pioneers June 4, 1866). She was born April 15, 1847.

Block teacher. Worked on Salt Lake temple. Farmer and lumberman.

Sources:

Britton, Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851

(son of Anna Baker of Yorkrhire, England). Born January 23, 1814. Came to Utah September 15, 1851, Captain Howell company.

Married:Elizabeth Lee of Bambre, Oxfordshire, England. (daughter of Thomas Lee of Bambre, pioneer 1851, Captain Devenish company).
Their children:
  1. Mary Britton, married James Lovelace;
  2. Sarah Amelia, married John Wootton;
  3. Joseph;
  4. Caroline, married George Shelton;
  5. Harriet, married Daniel Leatham;
  6. Frederick, married Charlotte Varney.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth Bayless at Salt Lake City.
Only child:
  1. Susan, married David Staples.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High priest. Walker Indian war veteran. Jeweler. Died October 4, 1889.

Sources:

Broadbent, Joseph

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1856 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of John Broadbent, born June 21, 1816, and Betty Lees, born May 28, 1817, both of Oldham, Lancashire, England). He was born August 26, 1836, at Oldham. Came to Utah September 4, 1859, George Rowley handcart company.

Married:Sarah Dixon (daughter of Samuel Dixon and Hannah Perseful), who was born September 8, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Samuel born November 3, 1863, married Amanda Tweedie;
  2. John James and Edward William born January 25, 1877, married Ellen Condor.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Greenwood January 26, 1889, Logan, Utah (daughter of James Greenwood and Hannah Turner), who was born October 25, 1863, Lancashire, England.
Married:Sarah Lee April 8, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Lee and Sarah Peaker, of Sheffield, England, pioneers September 16, 1859, Edward Stevenson company). She was born December 25, 1852, in England and came to Utah with her parents.

Settled at Lehi, and served as choir leader and Sunday school teacher for 35 years; member missionaries aid committee nine years. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Farmer and merchant.

Sources:

Broadbent, Joseph Samuel

(son of Joseph Broadbent and Sarah Dixon). Born November 3, 1863, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Amanda Tweedie at Logan, Utah (daughter of Christian Frederick Tweedie and Cristena Peterson, pioneers 1857, handcart company). She was born March 11, 1862, American Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Leslie born June 3, 1891;
  2. Sylvester Daniel born June 7, 1893;
  3. Hugh William born February 17, 1899;
  4. Nevin Edward born March 26, 1901.
Married:Annie Shaw January 10, 1906 (daughter of Hugh Shaw and Mary Dixon). She was born May 2, 1884.
Only child:
  1. Harold born October 28, 1906.

Missionary to England, 1896-98; Sunday school superintendent. Member city council Lehi. Farmer and merchant.

Sources:

Broadbent, Levi

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Broadbent and Sarah Colley of Kexly, Lincolnshire, England). Born July 24, 1817. Came to Utah September 6, 1852, Captain Outhouse company.

Married:Eliza Code June 15, 1848, at Lincoln, England (daughter William Code and Mary Revill of Hackthorn, Lincolnshire, England). She was born October 14, 1830.
Their children:
  1. Louiza;
  2. Levi;
  3. Charles.

Family home Salt Lake City

Elder; block teacher. Gardner. Died December 3, 1897.

Sources:

Broadbent, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of James Wrigley and Nannie Broadbent of Oldham, England, taking his mother’s name). Born December 29, 1833, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah September, 1862.

Married:Elizabeth Gleadhill at Oldham (daughter of James Gleadhill and Molly Buckley of Oldham), who was born January 31, 1836, Crompton, Lancashire, England.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo Daniel born December 21, 1855, died;
  2. Lehi born October 17, 1856;
  3. James Thomas born October 17, 1858, married Sarah Allis Jarvis;
  4. Alexander George born October 24, 1860, died;
  5. Francis William born December 23, 1861;
  6. Elizabeth Ann born August 23, 1863.

Family resided Manti and Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Nuttall April 11, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Nuttall and Mary Standring of Rochdale, England). She was born June 21, 1843, Rochdale, Enggland.
Their children:
  1. Mary Elizabeth born February 26, 1864, married George Gourley; married Halbert Davis;
  2. George Heber born December 14, 1865 died;
  3. Annie Eliza born May 14, 1867, married Lorenzo Huish;
  4. Joseph Franklin born May 1, 1869, married Retta Passey;
  5. David Albert born May 14, 1871, married Mima Melissa Murdock;
  6. Charles Nuttall born June 1873, married Jennie Wood;
  7. Geneva Lavina born June 16, 1875, died;
  8. Sylvester born April 3, 1878, married Josephine Murdock;
  9. Serena born November 4, 1880, married Hiram Vance;
  10. Leo Moroni born May 7, 1883, died;
  11. Thomas Standring born August 5, 1885, married Violet Long.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Chana Ellen Spainhower December 27, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Margarette Spainhower of Stokes county, North Carolina). She was born July 26, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Nannie Ellen born October 27, 1878, married James Shaw;
  2. Sarah Jane born July 26, 1880, married Bert Kingsbury;
  3. Nora Alice born July 22, 1882, married Benjamin Hart Bullock;
  4. John Thomas and William Henry born July 17, 1885, both died;
  5. Margaret Ann born July 17, 1885, died;
  6. Bertha Felicia born September 19, 1887;
  7. Rebecca Melita born September 12, 1889, died;
  8. Chana Elizabeth born September 21, 1891;
  9. Minnie Amelia born February 17, 1893, died;
  10. Florence Adelia born November 9, 1894;
  11. Arthur Marion born March 4, 1897;
  12. Eva Eudora born March 30, 1899;
  13. Marlin Nield born June 18, 1902.

Family home Elsinore, Utah.

High Priest; Sunday school superintendent; chorister. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Farmer and stockraiser. Died December 14, 1901, Santaquin, Utah.

Sources:

Broadbent, David Albert

(son of Thomas Broadbent and Mary Jane Nuttall). Born May 14, 1871. Goshen, Utah.

Married:Mima Melissa Murdock, May 1, 1901, Manti, Utah (daughter of Joseph R. Murdock and Margarette Wright of Charleston, Utah). She was born November 26, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Grant born May 28, 1902;
  2. Vida born December 21, 1903;
  3. Naomi born February 15, 1906;
  4. Leah born April 1, 1908;
  5. Margarette born September 1, 1909;
  6. Dee Albert born July 9, 1911;
  7. Mary born March 8, 1913.

Family home Heber, Utah.

High Priest; counselor to Bishop Rasband 7 years; stake superintendent of religion classes; organized first Sunday school in Louisiana. County superintendent public schools; principal Heber schools 6 years.

Sources:

Broadhead, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

Born June 28, 1806. Came to Utah September 12, 1853, Daniel A. Miller company.

Married:Sarah Golden in England, who was born June 20, 1800.
Their children:
  1. John, died infant;
  2. John, died;
  3. David, married Harriet Belts;
  4. Elizabeth, married John Denton;
  5. William, died;
  6. Robert, married Alice Clegg;
  7. Thomas, died;
  8. Jabez, married Eunice Baxter
Sources:

Broadhead, David

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of William Broadhead and Sarah Golden). Born October 2, 1829, Coventry, Warwickshire, England. Came to Utah October 14, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Harriet Belts, January 29, 1850, Coventry (daughter of Joseph Betts and Elizabeth Bennett of Coventry), who was born February 19, 1831, Foleshill, Warwickshire.
Their children:
  1. Amelia born 1850, died;
  2. Harriet born November 16, 1853, married Walter Scott;
  3. Julia born June 9, 1855, married George B. Hobbs;
  4. David B. born February 17, 1857, married Melvina Peters;
  5. William Golden born February 8, 1859, married Louisa Jones;
  6. Joseph born January 31, 1861, married Ellen Christian Norton;
  7. Elijah born January 29, 1864, died May 1885;
  8. Thomas born April 4, 1866, married Mary Broadhead;
  9. Rose born March 30, 1868, married Oscar Booth; married D. Parley Austin;
  10. Sarah born June 12, 1870, married Alfred A. McCune;
  11. Hyrum born March 3, 1873, married Polly Jennings;
  12. Samuel Daken born April 19, 1876, married Alice Ann Carter.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

One of the presidents 49th quorum seventies; patriarch; high counselor; home missionary. Ribbon weaver; farmer.

Sources:

Broadhead, Robert

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of William Broadhead and Sarah Golden). Born June 3, 1836, at Coventry. Came to Utah September 12, 1853.

Married:Alice Clegg January 15, 1861, Heber City, Utah (daughter of Jonathan Clegg and Ellen Wolmsley of Lancashire, England, pioneers December 18, 1856, Edward Martin handcart company). She was born October 23, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Sarah, married James McDonald;
  2. Robert, died;
  3. Ellen, married Joshua Sweat;
  4. Elizabeth, married Lewis Sweat;
  5. Margaret, married David M. Ivie;
  6. William, married Edith Murald; married Susie Carroll; married Amelia Anderson;
  7. Jonathan, died infant;
  8. Elmer, married Elizabeth McAffie;
  9. Mary, married Thomas Broadhead;
  10. Rozilla, married Joseph Horricks;
  11. Thomas, married Barbara Ann McAffie;
  12. Susie, married Erick Gabrielson;
  13. Jabez, died infant.

Family home Heber City, Utah.

High priest. Pioneer to Heber City, where he has helped to build canals and wagon roads. Farmer.

Sources:

Brockbank, Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Daniel Brockbank and Agnes Morris of Cocks Bank, Preston Patrick, Westmoreland, England). Born May 17, 1805, Underbarrow, Westmoreland, England. Came to Utah September 4, 1852, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married:Elizabeth Mainwaring, 1835, Liverpool, England. (daughter of Peter Mainwaring and Jane of Liverpool, England). She was born in 1812.
Their children:
  1. Isaac born July 13, 1837, married Katherine A. Howard;
  2. Elizabeth born November 8, 1838, married John Bushnell;
  3. Joshua born May 15, 1848, married Sarah Ann Jex;
  4. Agnes born 1851, married Albert K. Thurber;
  5. Samuel born September 15, 1853, married Mary J. Thomas;
  6. Joseph born September 15, 1859, married Emma J. McKell;
  7. Martha Ann born September 5, 1861 (died January 6, 1906), married Joseph H. Hales, November 16, 1882.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Counselor in bishopric Spanish Fork 1854-55. Died 1878.

Sources:

Brockbank, Isaac, Jr.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Isaac Brockbank and Elizabeth Mainwaring). Born July 13, 1837, Liverpool, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Katherine A. Howard June 25, 1860, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Howard and Elizabeth Anderson, of Big Cottonwood, Utah, pioneers 1853, John Hindley company). She was born April 25, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Daniel E., married Lutie Young;
  2. Elizabeth B., married Harry G. Meyer;
  3. Lucas Thurber, married Myrtle Mitchener;
  4. Katherine, married Frederick E. Arnold;
  5. Lockhart, married Nina Atwood;
  6. Albert;
  7. George M., married Jennie B. Reid.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Ann Park January 7, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Park and Louisa Smith of Provo, Utah, pioneers October 10, 1847, John Taylor company). She was born July 17, 1843, in Upper Canada and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. John P. born April 3, 1867, married Emmen S. Truman;
  2. Louisa P. born June 28, 1869, married Charles Reynolds;
  3. Heber P. born November 19, 1871, married Elizabeth Brasher;
  4. Mary P. born March 9, 1873, married John A. North;
  5. Jane P. born December 12, 1874, died aged 9;
  6. James W. P. born December 12, 1874, married Sarah Andrus;
  7. Joseph P. born December 27, 1876, married Willard Jeral;
  8. Taylor P. born January 31, 1879, married Sarah LeCheminant;
  9. Agnes P. born August 4, 1881, married Levi Fuller;
  10. Margaret E. P. born May 10, 1883, died aged 6;
  11. Alma P. born February 10, 1885.

Family home Big Cottonwood, Salt Lake county.

Counselor to bishop eighth ward, Salt Lake City 1871-1890; high priest; associated with presiding bishopric 1871-1887. Salt Lake City councilman 1880-82. Railroad contractor.

Sources:

Brockbank, Heber P.

(son of Isaac Brockbank and Mary Ann Park). Born November 19, 1871.

Married:Elizabeth Brasher (daughter of John and Elizabeth Brasher).
Their children:
  1. Perdita, born April 1, 1899;
  2. Ivy, born January 22, 1901;
  3. Eva, born February 13, 1906;
  4. Delia born November 6, 1910.

Family home Huntington, Emery county, Utah.

Missionary to central states. Farmer and stockman.

Sources:

Brockbank, Alma P.

(son of Isaac Brockbank and Mary Ann Park). Born February 10, 1885, Cottonwood ward.

Elder; block teacher. Farmer; stockraiser; gardener.

Sources:

Broderick, Thomas Begshaw

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of John and Mary Broderick of London, England). Born December 24, 1824. Came to Utah 1855.

Married:Elizabeth Hilyard May 8, 1854, Beth Summit, England. (daughter of Andrew and Mary Hilyard of Ditchet, England), who was born March 16, 1834, Ditchet, England, died May 1, 1871, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Thomas, killed in snow slide;
  2. Alfred Joseph born December 21, 1859, married Margaret Alice Alston, married Annie Caroline Anderson, married Hertha Natalie Olsen;
  3. John born January 2, 1862, married Augusta C. Anderson January 8, 1892;
  4. Charles Heber born September 1864 (died 1900), married Clara L. Anderson.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Shoemaker and merchant. Died September 14, 1864.

Sources:

Broderick, Alfred Joseph

(son of Thomas Begshaw Broderick and Elizabeth Hilyard). Born December 21, 1859, Salt Lake City.

Married:Margaret Alice Alston December 31, 1880, Mayfield, Utah (daughter of Joseph Alston and Margaret Hall of American Fork, Utah, oxteam pioneers). She was born April 16, 1863, and died January 30, 1888.
Their children:
  1. Jennie Elizabeth born October 7, 1881, married Edwin Larson;
  2. Alice Leona born November 4, 1883, died Infant;
  3. Alfred Leonard born February 27, 1886, married Virgie Searl;
  4. Margaret Adelia born January 22, 1888, died infant.

Family home Mayfield, Utah.

Married:Annie Caroline Anderson November 8, 1888, Manti, Utah (daughter of August Anderson, who did not come to Utah, and Martina Anderson of Mayfield). She was born July 28, 1870, and died January 4, 1906.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Alma born August 11, 1889;
  2. Crystal Adelia born March 19, 1892, married Alma Jorgensen;
  3. Alfred Milton born January 8, 1894;
  4. Wilford W. born July 16, 1895;
  5. Flossie Irene born May 26, 1898;
  6. Lorenzo born February 21, 1900;
  7. Joseph Alston born December 25, 1901;
  8. Anna Bell born November 1, 1903, died infant.

Family home Emery, Utah.

Married:Hertha Natalie Olsen March 31, 1909, Manti, Utah (daughter of Mads Olsen and Gustava Larson of Nygaard, Bon St. Norge, Eidsvold, Norway). She was born August 15, 1885.
Their children:
  1. Iola Christina born March 23, 1910;
  2. Reuben Arnold born October 24, 1912.

Family home Emery, Utah.

President of the 149th and member 91st quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to norther states March 16, 1895. returning May 17, 1897; since August 6, 1910, high councilor Emery stake. Public school trustee; Emery city councilman. President Emery Canal and Reservoir company eight years manager Emery Farmers’ Co-op. Merchant; farmer; apiarist.

Sources:

Bromley, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of William Bromley and Mary Wells of Dowesby, Lincolnshire, England). Born September 21, 1819 at Dowesby. Came to Utah September 5, 1866, Samuel D. White company.

Married:Sarah Bullimore December 21, 1847, at Dowesby (daughter of Joseph Bullimore and Ann Harrison of Gonerby Moor, Lincolnshire, England). She was born October 6, 1816 at Gonerby Moor.
Their children:
  1. Celestia C., married Edward Buys March 23, 1867;
  2. Joseph W., married Annie Rasmussen;
  3. Melissa Amanda, died February 5, 1873;
  4. Benjamin Jesse, married Amy Wing 1882.

Family home Buysville, Wasatch county, Utah.

Missionary to England 1881-83, and to Australia 1888-91; high priest. Farmer. Died February 14, 1908, Heber City, Utah.

Sources:

Bromley, William Michael

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

Born October 13, 1839, Worcestershire, England. Came to Utah November 1853, Joseph Reynolds company.

Married:Elizabeth Roylance November 10, 1858, Springville, Utah (daughter of John Roylance of Springville), who was born in 1842.
Their children:
  1. William R.;
  2. John R.;
  3. Frank;
  4. Mary;
  5. Elizabeth;
  6. Sylvia;
  7. Willis;
  8. Luella;
  9. Archie;
  10. Flora.

Family resided Springville and American Fork, Utah

Married:Rosena Singleton July 19, 1870. Salt Lake City (daughter of Francis Singleton and Amelia Ann Williams of Portsmouth, England, pioneers November 2, 1864, Warren Snow company). She was born April 17, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Amelia S.;
  2. Julia;
  3. Mary;
  4. Phoebe;
  5. Cora Melinda;
  6. Jane A. Loue;
  7. William F.;
  8. Alice.
Married:Caroline Whiting 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Whiting of Springville). She was born 1853.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth;
  2. William.
Married:Beulah Chipman March 1885, American Fork, Utah (daughter of Washburn and Margaret Chipman of American Fork). She was born 1862.
Their children:
  1. Leah;
  2. Edna;
  3. Washburn.

Missionary to England 1872-73; missionary to New Zealand, and introduced the Gospel to the Maoris 1881-84; bishops’ counselor Springville; bishop of American Fork, 1884; president high priests quorum Alpine stake. Marshal and justice of the peace. Colonel in Nauvoo Legion. Bookkeeper. Died April 14, 1911, American Fork, Utah.

Sources:

Bronson, Wilmer Wharten

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Leman Bronson and Lucy Bras). Born October 20, 1830, in Michigan. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Olivia Andrus, who was born September 27, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Martha, married T. B. Hammond;
  2. Calista born November 22, 1859, married Walter J. Lindsay;
  3. Adelaide born February 7, 1863.
Married:Elizabeth Fisher.
Their children:
  1. Mary, married George Langlois;
  2. Elizabeth born March 10, 1870, married Peter M. Jensen;
  3. Mary;
  4. Leman;
  5. Lushen, married Ruth Taylor;
  6. Rosabell, married Frank Randall;
  7. Maud, married Hyrum Carver.
Sources:

Brooks, Charles P.

(son of Charles Edward Brooks and Adeline Cannon). Born August 21, 1851, Washingtonville, Orange county, New York. Came to Utah March 4, 1874.

Married:Mellicent A. Godbe September 28, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Samuel Godbe and Mary Hampton of Salt Lake City, pioneers July 5, 1851, independent company). She died September 27, 1889.
Their children:
  1. Clara Godbe born December 6, 1879, married H. J. Pitts;
  2. Miriam born April 24, 1885;
  3. Marjorie born September 27, 1888, married Levi J. Riter.
Married:Miriam Godbe December 15, 1891 (sister of first wife). No children.

Family home Salt Lake City.

County surveyor 1891-92; member board of health 1890-93, and member board of public works 1905-12; special engineer for planning and constructing sewer systems of Salt Lake City. Mining and civil engineer.

Sources:

Brooks, George Finley

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1856 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of Thomas Philip Brooks and Elizabeth Harper of Ipswich, England). Born November 4, 1833, at Harwich, Essex, England. Came to Utah November 30, 1856, Edward Martin handcart company.

Married:Hannah Charlotte Bowthorpe February 13, 1858, at Cottonwood, Utah (daughter of William Bowthorpe and Mary Ann Tuttle of Norwich, Norfolk, England, pioneers October 3, 1853, Kendall and Wheelock company). She was born November 6, 1840.
Their children:
  1. George Thomas born December 18, 1858, died January 18, 1859;
  2. Julia Lucretia born June 1, 1860, married Andrew Busby;
  3. Daniel Hanmer born August 21, 1862, died February 19, 1884;
  4. Finly George born October 24, 1864, married Annie R. Rumel;
  5. Hannah Charlotte born July 9, 1867;
  6. Edmund William born March 8,1870, died September 11, 1871;
  7. David Francis born July 5, 1872, died December 6, 1876;
  8. Major Chandler born January 2, 1875, died March 7, 1875;
  9. Frederick Bowthorpe born February 6, 1876, married Barbara Gurstner;
  10. Austin Bowthorpe born February 2, 1878, married Charlotte Kellin;
  11. Henry Bowthorpe born July 20, 1880, married Ada Yard.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

One of the presidents of the 8th quorum seventies; high priest; patriarch; member high council; Sunday school teacher; member Nauvoo Legion. Grocer. Died October 27, 1911.

Sources:

Broom, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of John and Frances Broom of Bristol, England). Born March 22, 1823. Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah October, 1851, Alfred Cardon company.

Married:Elizabeth Heywood 1845. at Sheffield, England, who died 1849 at St. Louis, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married Peter Mellon;
  2. Annie, married Hans Madson.
Married:Hester Dunsdon 1850, St. Louis, Missouri, who came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane, married George Francis Brown;
  2. Emily, died infant;
  3. twins, died.

Member 38th quorum seventies; withdrew from LDS church 1872. Settled at Ogden 1851. Located and named Broom’s Bench 1855; built Broom Hotel 1882. Capitalist. Died at Ogden, Utah.

Sources:

Brough, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Brough and Alice Sokel of New Molton, Yorkshire, England). Born July 1, 1823, at New Molton. Came to Utah September 22, 1852, Joseph Outhouse company.

Married:Elizabeth Hudson March 17, 1852 (daughter of Gilbert and Rebecca Hudson), who was born August 29, 1821, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. George W. born February 8, 1854, married Jane E. Crawforth January 6, 1874;
  2. Moroni born March 12, 1856, married Mary Crawforth November 14, 1878;
  3. Robert A. born July 24, 1859, married Caroline Buhanin November 26, 1885;
  4. Elizabeth Ann born July 18, 1861, married James A. Allred November 14, 1878.

Family home Spring City, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Mace September 12, 1888, Manti, Utah (daughter of George Mace and Elizabeth Frost). She was born April 13, 1824, Stockport, near Manchester, England.

Missionary to England 1882; tithing clerk 1863-81. Postmaster 1865-83.

Sources:

Brough, George W.

(son of George Brough and Elizabeth Hudson). Born February 8, 1854, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Jane Elizabeth Crawforth January 5, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Crawforth and Martha Moore), who was born June 17, 1855, Mormon Grove, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Rozina A. born January 17, 1876, married Joseph W. Majors December 19, 1894;
  2. George A. born October 3, 1878, married Edith Anderson October 11, 1899;
  3. Raymond G. born April 30, 1881, married Edna Allred January 11, 1905;
  4. Charles William born December 2, 1883, married Ella Woodruff May 16, 1907;
  5. Owen L. born February 22, 1886;
  6. Eve D. born November 29, 1888, married Amos P. Hansen November 24, 1909;
  7. Vera born June 8, 1893;
  8. Oral born January 12, 1906, died.

Family home Spring City, Utah.

City councilman six years. Secretary elders quorum.

Sources:

Brown, Abia William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Abia William Brown, born October 18, 1799. Mount Holly, New Jersey, and Abby Cadwalider, born January 31, 1797, Jefferson county, Ohio). He was born May 5, 1840, Harrisonville, Harrison county, Ohio. Came to Utah September 27, 1861, Sextus E. Johnson company.

Married:Emma Susan Sibley November 29, 1869 (daughter of Thomas Henry Sibley and Mary Susan Bowman), who was born May 10, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Frank Scott born September 20, 1870, married Sarah Ella Church;
  2. Eva Ann, married James H. Hartt October 31, 1892;
  3. Abia William Lee born February 24, 1874, married Rebecca N. Judd May 22, 1896;
  4. Abby Emma born October 21, 1876;
  5. Mary Cadwalider born October 10, 1877, married William Potter;
  6. Thomas Reese born January 18, 1880;
  7. Rex Roland born March 24, 1882, married Arletta Esplin December 8, 1910;
  8. Lily Lenore born February 16, 1884, married Asa W. Judd;
  9. Dora A. born July 12, 1886, married David E. Cameron June 24, 1908;
  10. Macy born June 30, 1888, married Hyram C. Robinson;
  11. Verne Orr born May 3, 1889;
  12. Abby born July 7, 1891;
  13. Elice born November 29, 1891;
  14. Marjorie born January 28, 1894;
  15. Jessiel born May 17, 1896;
  16. Benjamin Levi born July 2, 1897.

Family resided Fredonia, Arizona, since 1884.

Married:Lucinda A. Stewart August 23, 1882, St. George, Utah (daughter of Levi Stewart and Margery Wilkinson), who was born January 8, 1864, Salt Lake City.

Missionary to England, and presided over Bristol conference 1867-69; president 65th quorum seventies; first counselor to Bishop Thomas P. Jensen; high priest. School teacher. Located present site of Fredonia, Arizona.

Sources:

Brown, Albert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of James and Mary Brown of Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut). Born November, 1807. Came to Utah September 2, 1863, Captain Patterson company.

Married:Sarah Campbell 1839, Kirtland, Ohio, who was born in 1820.
Their children:
  1. Robert, died infant;
  2. Don Carlos;
  3. Samuel James, married Elizabeth E. Solomon;
  4. Emma Sarah, married Alfred Solomon;
  5. Francis M., married Ellen Wanless;
  6. Albert;
  7. Ellen.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy; high priest; missionary to eastern states two years; patriarch; member “Zion’s Camp”; doorkeeper of Nauvoo temple at dedication; member Nauvoo Legion. Carpenter. Died January 1891, East Mill Creek, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, Samuel James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Albert Brown and Sarah Campbell). Born February 16, 1846, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah September 2, 1863, with father.

Married:Elizabeth E. Solomon January 11, 1868, Salt Lake Endowment House, Wilford Woodruff officiating (daughter of William H. Solomon and Elizabeth Drew of Truro, Cornwall, England, pioneers October 1860, Captain Murdock company). She was born May 7, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Samuel J. born October 23, 1868, died infant;
  2. Albert born February 18, 1870, married Emily Willey;
  3. Samuel H. born April 7, 1871, died aged 9;
  4. Elizabeth E. born September 28, 1873, married John A. Eardley;
  5. Ernest born November 28, 1874, married Lucy Shaw;
  6. Mary L. born January 12, 1877, died aged 4;
  7. Amanda D. born September 9, 1878, married William T. Edwards;
  8. Ammon S. born July 16, 1880, married Francis Barnes;
  9. Minnie B. born January 2, 1883, married George J. Evans;
  10. Alma E. born August 24, 1886, married Lucile Evans;
  11. Hilda M. born October 18, 1886;
  12. Stella M. born December 3, 1888;
  13. Leonard born June 8, 1891;
  14. Larue born September 16, 1895.

High Priest; second counselor to Bishop Brimley of 6th ward 10 years. Made two trips across the plains. School trustee. Carpenter; contractor and smelter builder.

Sources:

Brown, Austin Cravath

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Alfred Brown, born January 17, 1806, Hartland, Niagara county, New York, and Eliza Doty, a direct descendant of Edward Doty, who came over on the “Mayflower” 1620. She was born April 29, 1808, in New York; married in 1848). He was born April 30, 1850, near Council Bluffs, Iowa. Came to Utah September 17, 1850, Jonathan Foote company.

Married:Meriah C. Ballantyne, February 2, 1874 (daughter of Richard Ballantyne and Huldah M. Clark, pioneers 1848). She was born June 25, 1856, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Austin A.;
  2. Meriah, married Thomas C. Chatland;
  3. Inez R.;
  4. Eliza;
  5. Richard;
  6. Helen;
  7. Annabel, married Elbert F. Wilson;
  8. Laura Delecta, married Zachariah Evans;
  9. Austin Joseph, married May Shriver;
  10. Leona Ballantyne;
  11. Mary Vilate, married Claud R. Clark;
  12. Horace Ballantyne;
  13. Zina Ballantyne.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Mary Fairbanks, May 8, 1886, Salt Lake City (daughter of John B. Fairbanks and Sarah Van Wagoner, pioneers of 1847). She was born February 18, 1858, Payson, Utah.
Only child:
  1. Eva May.

Family home Payson, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, Bartlett

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California Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Timothy Brown and Meredith Ward of Westmoreland, New Hampshire, who later were the first settlers of Waterville, Vermont, in 1797). Born November 4, 1798 at Waterville. Came to Utah 1849 on way to California, located with family 1854.

Married:Joanna Austin Leach (daughter of William B. Leach and Susanna Stevens of Waterville, pioneers August 4, 1854, Bartlett Brown company). She was born November 11, 1812, at Waterville, Vermont, and died February 24, 1880, Centerville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joanna Ward, married Jonathan Hemenway;
  2. Susannah Stevens, married John Seaman;
  3. Harriet Josephine, married Christopher Kofoed;
  4. Mary Minerva, died March, 1856;
  5. Rhoda Asenath, married Michael Spahn;
  6. Lucinda Potter, married Philemon A. Merrill;
  7. Sarah Amanada, married Hyrum Smith;
  8. Timothy Bartlett, married Margaret Ann Smith.

Family home Centerville, Utah.

Farmer; miner in California 1849. Died 1877, Clyde, Ohio.

Sources:

Brown, (Abram) Abraham

(son of Abram Brown, the miller, and Atta Austin, both of Londonderry, Vermont). Born August 31, 1808, Andover, Winsor county, Vermont. Came to Utah October 1, 1862, Isaac Bullock company.

Married:Harriet Sheldon March 26, 1834, Simmonsville, Vermont) daughter of William Sheldon of Andover, Vermont, and Hannah Barker of Langsgrove, New Hampshire; they died at Kirtland, Ohio, and Rock Island, Illinois, respectively. She was born in 1805.
Their children:
  1. Amanda, married Oscar Tyler;
  2. Newel Abraham, married Martha Jane Thomas, married Sarah P. Thomas, married Annie Swingewood, married Rosanah Robinson (Mitchell);
  3. Byron Wellman, married Sarah Stoddard, married Josephine Clark;
  4. Austin Milton, married Fannie Stephenson;
  5. Orin Clinton, married Mary Thomas;
  6. Helen Jeanet, married Newton Adair;
  7. Leveret Wesley, married Rachel Nagley.

High priest. Worked on St. George temple. Farmer. Died 1891, Lehi, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, Newel Abraham

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Abraham (Abram) Brown and Harriet Sheldon). Born November 19, 1837, Kirtland, Ohio. Came to Utah October 1, 1852, Isaac Bullock company.

Married:Martha Jane Thomas November 19, 1862, Lehi, Utah (daughter of Daniel S. Thomas and Martha Jones of Tennessee, pioneers 1849, Captain Allred company). She was born January 1, 1844, in Hancock county, Illinois. (deceased).
Their children:
  1. Newel Thomas born September 20, 1863, died;
  2. Harriet Martha born June 11, ____, married George E. Davis;
  3. Mary Louisa born October 13, 1868, married David Roberts;
  4. Celestia born April 6, 1871, married Charles Turner, married Chase Featherstone;
  5. John Leveret born June 24, 1873;
  6. Leonora born June 28, 1874;
  7. Agnes born November 1, 1876;
  8. Viola Emeret born March 27, 1882, died;
  9. Virginia, married Joseph Keats;
  10. Margaret Emma, died.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Sarah P. Thomas (daughter of Daniel S. Thomas and Martha P. Jones), who was born 1847, and is now dead.
Only child:
  1. Sarah Emma.
Married:Annie Swingewood May 16, 1906, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Swingewood of Clay Cross, Derbyshire, England). She was born March 4, 1880, and came to Utah May 8, 1902, (deceased).
Their children:
  1. Timothy Albert born March 4, 1907;
  2. Myra born August 13, 1908.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Rosanah Robinson (Mitchell) January 31, 1912, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Stephenson Robinson and Martha Elizabeth Anderson of Pittsburg, Kansas.

Missionary to England 1891; high priest. Settled at Lehi, 1852. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Freighter, cattleman and merchant.

Sources:

Brown, Austin Milton

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Abram Brown and Harriett Shelden). Born August 5, 1841, Kirtland, Ohio. Came to Utah September, 1852, Isaac Bullock company.

Married:Fanny Stevenson October 28, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Stevenson and Mary Vickers of Preston, Lancashire, England, pioneers 1862, Joseph Horne company). She was born September 1, 1848.
Their children:
  1. John M. born October 25, 1866, married Annie E. Taylor;
  2. Fanny E. born October 23, 1871, died Infant;
  3. Irene E. born April 5, 1874, married James G. Smith;
  4. Mary E. born March 15, 1882, married William E. Sheriff;
  5. Mable V. born April 15, 1884, married James B. Cowen;
  6. Austin Ira born December 27, 1887, married Ruby Fowler.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Treasurer and assistant Sunday school superintendent of Pleasant Green ward; missionary to West Virginia 1896; high priest; block teacher. Constable at Pleasant Green. Crossed the plains nine times. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Brown, Benjamin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Asa Brown). Born September 30, 1794, Queensbury, New York. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Sarah Mumford September 12, 1819 (daughter of Henry Mumford and Sarah Thompson), who was born April 20, 1795.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo born February 2, 1823, married Frances Crosby. March 24, 1844;
  2. Homer born August 9, 1830, married Sarah A. Wolf, October 20, 1852.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Bishop 4th ward Salt Lake City; missionary to eastern states and to Great Britain.

Sources:

Brown, Lorenzo

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(son of Benjamin Brown and Sarah Mumford). Born February 2, 1823, Chautauqua, New York.

Married:Frances Crosby March 24, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Joshua Crosby and Hannah Cann, pioneers September 10, 1853). She was born October 21, 1817, in Nova Scotia.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin born March 22, 1845; married Jane Goheen, 1865;
  2. Edward Mumford born January 1, 1849, married Ella J. Dodge, October 14, 1869;
  3. Sarah Hannah born August 18, 1851, married George H. Crosby, April 4, 1868;
  4. Lorenzo John born May 20, 1854, married Nina M. Young, 1872.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Brown, Benjamin

(son of Lorenzo Brown and Frances Crosby). Born March 22, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois.

Married:Jane Goheen 1865.
Their children:
  1. Jane;
  2. Frances;
  3. Marian;
  4. Eliza;
  5. Hannah;
  6. Ella;
  7. Emma Belle;
  8. Benjamin;
  9. Cordelia.

Family home Pine Valley, Utah.

Member high council St. John’s stake; bishop of Nutrioso ward, Arizona. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Brown, Edward Mumford

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He was a two term Mayor of St. George, Utah.

(son of Lorenzo Brown and Frances Crosby). Born January 1, 1849, Salt Lake City.

Married:Ella J. Dodge, October 20, 1869 (daughter of Walter E. Dodge), who died January 21, 1899.
Married:Jane E. Lund May 21, 1901 (daughter of Robert C. Lund).

Mayor St. George two terms; chairman board of commissioners Washington county two terms; first president Washington county Commercial club; member city council, St. George. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Brown, Ebenezer

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Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born December 6, 1802, and came to Utah July 29, 1847, with part of Mormon Battalion (second sergeant, Company A).

Married:Ann Weaver July 20, 1823, who was born August 6, 1805.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Guernsey born November 8, 1824, married Harriet M. Young December 31, 1851;
  2. Harriet born February 6, 1827, married Albert Stratton;
  3. Norman born November 6, 1830, married Annie Smith;
  4. John W. born June 17, 1837, married Fanny Draper.

Family home Draper, Utah.

Married:Samantha Pulsipher.
Sources:

Brown, Joseph Guernsey

(son of Ebenezer Brown and Ann Weaver). Born November 8, 1824, New York state.

Married:Harriet M. Young December 31, 1851, Salt Lake City (daughter of Lorenzo Dow Young, pioneer 1847 and Persia Goodall, pioneer October 13, 1850, James Lake company). She was born July 21, 1834, Kirtland, Ohio.
Their children:
  1. Homer Achilles born October 25, 1853;
  2. Persis Ann born December 23, 1855, married Howard O. Spencer March 22, 1875;
  3. Joseph Guernsey, Jr., born April 17, 1857, married Clara Little January 10, 1884;
  4. Lucy Elizabeth born April 12, 1859, married William D. Johnson Jr. March 27, 1877;
  5. Angeline born January 6, 1861, married W. J. F. McAllister January 23, 1879;
  6. Lorenzo Young born September 19, 1862, married Elizabeth Haycock January 27, 1885;
  7. Ebenezer born October 10, 1864, married Clara Little October 17, 1888;
  8. Juliatte L. born February 13, 1869;
  9. Feramorz Little born February 25, 1872;
  10. Jennie born June 9, 1875, married Lyman E. Stewart September 22, 1895;
  11. Willamia born December 15, 1877.
Married:Esther Brown January 18, 1857, Salt Lake City, who was born November 1, 1834, Isle of Man.
Their children:
  1. Martha Selina born December 18, 1857;
  2. Celestia Ann born December 3, 1859, married Joseph L. Smith;
  3. Esther E. born September 16, 1861;
  4. Isaac O. born September 21, 1863, married Nellie Robinson;
  5. Rosannah J. born August 28, 1865, married Francis M. Hamblin;
  6. Ella More born October 25, 1868;
  7. James Arthur born June 18, 1871, married Emily Pugh;
  8. Harriet L. born August 17, 1874, married R. S. McAllister.
Married:Lovina Manhart March 22, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Manhart, pioneer 1852, Orson Hyde company). She was born January 14, 1838, Canada.
Their children:
  1. John Franklin born October 11, 1858, married Annie Elizabeth Fuller August 22, 1878;
  2. Edward M. born February 10, 1861;
  3. Edwin born July 17, 1862;
  4. Delia Jane born July 25, 1868, married Benjamin Hamlin July 10, 1891;
  5. William M. born April 13, 1870;
  6. Alvin Harris born January 8, 1873;
  7. Nellie M. born July 27, 1875, married David Robinson December 22, 1893;
  8. David James born September 1, 1878, married Barbara Mary Houseman October 25, 1908.

Families resided Draper and Kanab, Utah.

Pioneers to The Muddy; bishop’s counselor, Kanab, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, John Franklin

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He was a three term mayor of Kanab, Utah.

(son of Joseph Guernsey Brown and Lovina Manhart). Born October 11, 1858, Draper, Utah.

Married:Annie Elizabeth Fuller August 22, 1878. St. George, Utah (daughter of Lucius Hubbard Fuller and Annie Lay), who was born May 26, 1860, Santa Clara, California.
Their children:
  1. Lucius Franklin born January 4, 1880, married Rosena Kitchen November 23, 1905;
  2. Annie Elizabeth born January 29, 1882;
  3. John Hyrum born September 30, 1884, married Josephine Finley September 1, 1911;
  4. Lovina born January 8, 1887, married Erastus Nielson September 1, 1909;
  5. Ivy born March 28, 1889, married Reese Rogers May 12, 1911;
  6. Stanley Horace born January 21, 1891
  7. Sytha born March 15, 1894;
  8. Harriet Maria born August 22, 1896;
  9. Joseph Guernsey born April 12, 1899;
  10. Feramorz born November 17, 1902.

Family home Kanab, Utah.

Prosecuting attorney of Kane county 8 years, and sheriff, mayor Kanab three terms; trustee two terms; road commissioner.

Sources:

Brown, George Washington

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Member of first Mormon pioneer company ariving in Salt Lake Valley, July 24, 1847.

(son of Nathaniel Brown and Avis Hill, of Newburg. Cuyahoga County, Ohio). Born January 25, 1827, Newburg, Ohio. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Amy Elizabeth Hancock December 1851, Salt Lake City (daughter of Levi W. and Clarissa Hancock of Ohio, pioneers July 28, 1847, escorted by Captain Brown’s wing of Mormon Battalion). She was born May 14, 1836, and died July 28, 1862, Springville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. George Washington born November 13, 1853, died;
  2. Isaac Nathaniel born March 18, 1855, married Eliza Rocksina Murdock;
  3. Brigham John born September 7, 1859, married Elizabeth Kelley;
  4. Sidney Hancock born July 28, 1862, died.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Springville, Utah.

Married:Emma Barrows August 16, 1858, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ethan and Lorena Barrows), who was born October 14, 1843, Nauvoo, Illinois, and died December 8, 1897, Charleston, Utah.
Only child:
  1. Ethan Leonard born June 12, 1859, married Sarah Elizabeth Hanks.

Family home Charleston, Utah.

High priest. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Indian war veteran. Helped to settle Springville, Kamas, Payson. Wallsburg, Center Creek and Charleston, Utah. Died December 19, 1906.

Sources:

Brown, Isaac Nathaniel

(son of George Washington Brown and Amy Elizabeth Hancock). Born March 18, 1855, Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza Rocksina Murdock October 14, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Stacy Murdock, of Hamilton, Madison county, New York, pioneer 1847, and Elizabeth Clark of England). She was born October 30, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Amy Elizabeth born November 10, 1877, married Rudolph Korth;
  2. Eliza born November 18, 1879, died;
  3. Isaac born September 18, 1881, died;
  4. Sarah born October 22, 1883, married Francis Cummings;
  5. Joseph Stacy born August 22, 1885, married Emily J. Gordon;
  6. Esther born April 8, 1887, married William E. Horner;
  7. Ella Maria born June 16, 1889, married William Murray;
  8. George Washington born June 20, 1891, married Mary D. Jones;
  9. Avis born December 8, 1892;
  10. John Alma born September 22, 1901.

Family home Charleston, Utah.

Elder. Settled in Provo River Valley in 1860, where he has assisted in making canals and wagon roads and developing the country. Secretary of Sunday schools. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Brown, James

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Member of Mormon Battalion and Mormon pioneer. Founder of Ogden; Crushed his arm in a molasses mill, dying from gangrene.

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(son of James Brown and Polly [Mary] Williams of Roan county, North Carolina). Born September 30, 1801, in Roan county, North Carolina. Came to Utah in charge of invalided and discharged Mormon Battalion soldiers and Mississippi immigrants, arriving at Salt Lake City July, 29, 1847, escorted into the city by the men of prominence, to the inspiring strains of martial music. He left August 9 for California to collect his soldiers’ pay, and brought back the first $10,000 in gold doubloons to the valley, which was the first money put in circulation by the colonists. This was but few months previous to the first discovery of gold in California by members of the Mormon Battalion.

Married:Martha Stephens 1823, in Roan county (daughter of Alexander Stephens of same place), who was born (October 12, 1806, and died September 28, 1840.
Their children:
  1. John M. born 1824, married Ann Foutz;
  2. Alexander born March 3, 1826, married Amanda McCurtrey;
  3. Jesse S. born 1828, married Caroline Stewart;
  4. Nancy born 1830, married Eleazer Davis;
  5. Daniel born 1832;
  6. James M. born November 17, 1834, married Adelaide Exervid;
  7. William born August 21, 1836, married Mary Bybee;
  8. Benjamin F. born May 9, 1838, married Susan A. Wright;
  9. Moroni born September 25, 1840, married Evaline C. Connover.
Married:Susan Foutz, Esther Rapier, Sally Wood and Mary Black, who were the mothers of six boys and eleven girls, many of whom have risen to prominence.
Married:Cecilia Robella in 1851, while immigration agent at St. Louis, Missouri, who came to Utah with him September 29, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Charles David born January 23, 1856, married Sarah Ellen Dixon June 26, 1879;
  2. James Frederick born July 2, 1859, married Ester Marriott 1884.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Justice of peace; member Ogden city council from 1855 continuously until his death. Member Utah legislature several terms. Founder of Ogden, as he purchased Miles Goodyear claim, a Mexican grant, comprising the land where Ogden Weber county, now stands, in January 1, 1848, for $3000 and planted first crops in Weber valley with seed brought from California. Captain Company C, Mormon Battalion. One of the illustrious citizen pioneers of Utah history. Earliest missionary to southern states 1842; to British Guiana 1852 but returned unsuccessful to St. Louis, where he remained as immigration agent until 1854. First counselor to President Lorin Farr, and an intimate adviser to those high in authority. Died September 30, 1863, from fatally crushing his arm in a molasses mill, dying from gangrene.

Sources:

Brown, James M.

(son of James Brown and Martha Stephens). Born November 17, 1834, Brown county, Illinois.

Married:Adelaide Exervid July 24, 1855, Fort Supply, near Port Bridger, Wyoming.(daughter of Battice and Sally Exervid of Fort Laramie, Nebraska, pioneers 1847). She was born 1838, at Fort Laramie.
Their children:
  1. James “W. born June 22, 1856;
  2. Moroni F. born September 23, 1857, married Lizzie Weaver;
  3. Phoebe Adelaide born May 14, 1859, married John Shanbutt;
  4. Nephi born September 23, 1866, married Jane Stephens;
  5. Francis A. born February 26, 1862, married Emma Weber;
  6. Adelbert born February 27, 1864;
  7. Albert born November 17, 1865, married Rachel Brown;
  8. Hubert born September 17, 1867;
  9. Lewis H. born November 10, 1869;
  10. Martha Z, born June 7, 1872;
  11. Nancy V. born January 10, 1876.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Matilda Hornsby October 8, 1902, Salt Lake City, who was born November 26, 1865, in South Wales.

High councilor Weber stake; Indian missionary at Fort Supply 1857, and Malad Valley.

Sources:

Brown, Charles David

(son of James Brown and Cecilia Robella). Born January 23, 1856, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah Ellen Dixon June 26, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of William W. Dixon and Sabra Lake, pioneers of 1850). She was born October 1, 1861, Harrisville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Cecilia Etta born May 2, 1880, married Leroy E. Cowles November 3, 1904;
  2. Sabra Alice born May 21, 1882, married Joseph E. Storey February 1, 1905;
  3. Phebe Pearl born January 25, 1885, married Herbert B. Foulger May 31, 1905;
  4. William Riley born November 5, 1888.
Sources:

Brown, James Polly

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Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Robert Brown and Margaret Polly of Shelby county, Kentucky, and Floyd county, Indiana). Born April 22, 1803, in Shelby county, Kentucky. Came to Utah July 29, 1847, Nelson Higgins company and Captain James Brown’s contingent of the Mormon Battalion.

Married:Eunice Reesor (daughter of Frederick Reesor and Sarah Castor), who was born in March, 1809, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. William Forguson, and Frederick both died;
  2. Newman born July 18, 1832, married Sarah Petty; married Laura Ann Taylor;
  3. Robert, married Eunice Pectol;
  4. Sarah Jane born October 27, 1834, married John Lowry November 27, 1851;
  5. Mary Ann born October 2, 1841, married Archie Buchanan;
  6. John born April, 1847, died;
  7. Eunice Ann born March, 1850, married Peter Monk.

Member Mormon Battalion. Early settler to San Pete county and later moved to St. George. Died 1872, Rockville, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, James Stephens

Note

Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Daniel Brown and Elizabeth Stephens of Davidson county, North Carolina). Born July 4, 1828, in Davidson county. Came to Utah September 28, 1848, with part of Mormon Battalion (member Company D.).

Married:Lydia Jane Tanner July, 1853, Salt Lake City (daughter of Nathan Tanner and Rachel Winter Smith of Salt Lake county, pioneers October 19, 1848, Amasa M. Lyman company). She was born January 19, 1838, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Lydia J., married Homer M. Brown;
  2. Rachel E., married Octavius Fullmer;
  3. Emmerette, married Walter Brown;
  4. James T., married Miriam Little;
  5. August, died infant;
  6. Valentine, died infant;
  7. Zina May, married John Gerstner.
Married:Rebecca Ann McBride at Salt Lake City (daughter of William McBride and Elizabeth Ball Harris, of Salt Lake county, pioneers September 29, 1848, Willard Richards company). She was born August 28, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Deseret, died aged 4;
  2. Daniel, died infant;
  3. Alvirette, married Christopher Sproat;
  4. Vantile Mack, married Caroline Christensen;
  5. Bertina, married James Tregeagle;
  6. Pauline, married Thomas Turner;
  7. Homer, married Mattie Moffett;
  8. Alphonso, married Harriette Powell.
Married:Eliza Lester January 31, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Lester and Sarah Cooper of Calverton, Nottinghamshire, England). She was born May 6, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Leo L., died infant;
  2. Zemania, married Emma Wolf;
  3. Wilford, died Infant;
  4. Elando, married Mary McIlveen;
  5. Annie E., married Ernest E. Jacobs;
  6. Frank, married Winifred Tibbs;
  7. Charles L., died Infant;
  8. Sarah Emma;
  9. Ada, married Harold Egbert Grant.
Married:Elizabeth M. Clegg March 4, 1872 (daughter of Benjamin Clegg and Grace Mclntyre of Tooele, Utah). She was born December 8, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Lillious, died aged 14;
  2. Guardello, married Bessie Parry;
  3. Mark C., married Claire Cummings;
  4. Benjamin J., married Alice Galloway;
  5. Louetta;
  6. Myrtle J., married Henry W. Latimer.

Families resided at Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Brown, John

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Mormon pioneer of 1847. Mayor of Pleasant Grove, Utah. Bishop of Pleasant Grove for 29 years.

(son of John Brown and Martha Chapman of Sumner county, Tennessee). Born October 23, 1820, in Tennessee. Came to Utah July 22, 1847, Brigham Young company, captain 13th ten, and with Orson Pratt, was the first of the expeditionary party to gaze on the valley of Great Salt Lake.

Married:Elizabeth Crosby May 21, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of John Crosby and Elizabeth Colman of Monroe county, Mississippi, latter a pioneer October 19, 1848, Amasa M. Lyman company). She was born December 21, 1822.
Their children:
  1. Samuel, John Crosby (born 1848) and Amasa Lyman, first three, died;
  2. Martha Elizabeth, married James Orson Bullock;
  3. Pauline Eliza;
  4. Sarah, married Joseph S. Staker;
  5. Sytha, married Wilson I. Snyder;
  6. William Crosby, married Ada Johnson;
  7. James Lehi, married Selena Charlotte Curtis; married Ella Larson;
  8. Parilee, married George S. Hayes.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Lehi and Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Amy Snyder February 22, 1854 (daughter of Samuel Snyder and Henrietta Maria Stockwell of Salt Lake City), She was born February 24, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Henrietta, died;
  2. Laura Jane, married Ezra F. Walker;
  3. Robert, died;
  4. May Ann, married Albert Delanna Clark;
  5. Robert Alexander, died;
  6. Minetta Permelia, married James T. Thorne.
Married:Margerett Zimmerman March 3, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Gotleib Zimmerman and Julia Ann Hoke of Pennsylvania), who was born March 25, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Julia Ann, died;
  2. Harriett Rosan, married Isaac J. Hayes;
  3. Joseph and Josephine, died;
  4. Lydia Christina, married Louis Warren Lund;
  5. Margerett, married William Lehi Hayes;
  6. Susan Elizabeth, married Swen L. Swensen;
  7. Amy Cassandra, married Richard R. Lyman;
  8. John Zimmerman, married Alice Vivia Driggs;
  9. Lawrence Hoke, died.

Families resided Pleasant Grove, Utah.

In the summer of 1846 he started for Utah in company with William Crosby and Robert Crow company, who later came to Utah with Captain James Brown’s detachment of the Mormon Battalion, with whom the party wintered in Pueblo, where they had expected to join the main body of the pioneers coming to Utah. He and seven others returned to Mississippi upon learning that President Young had not yet left Winter Quarters, and that the exodus from Nauvoo was not yet complete. In April, 1847, he joined Brigham Young’s pioneer company bound for Utah, and was the chief hunter of the caravan. He was among the first to assist in the plowing, planting and preliminary irrigating in Salt Lake valley. He was said to have swung the first scythe on the native grasses of Utah that produced the first hay for the famished, travel-worn animals. He was among the first explorers of the several points of the valley which afterward became the sources of water supply, or strategic defense against the Indians. He was foremost in the Indian fight at Battle Creek Canyon December, 1848, and captain of Parley P. Pratt’s company that explored southern Utah in the winter of 1849. Early in 1850 he formed the patrol that protected the settlers night and day against the constant Incursions of hostile Indians. Later that year he was sent east as traveling agent for the Perpetual Emigration Fund, and spent two years at the different gathering points of Utah-bound immigration, outfitting the different trains for their journey across the plains. In 1852 he was elected to the territorial legislature and commissioned aide-de-camp in the general staff of the Nauvoo Legion with rank of colonel; in 1853 he was again superintendent of immigration with headquarters at New Orleans, transferring over 2,000 European immigrants to river steamboats, and landing at Keokuk, Iowa, where he outfitted them for their trip to Utah. President 8th quorum seventies, Salt Lake City, and president of the mass quorum of Lehi. Was a member of the settlement exploring expedition to Salmon River, Oregon, 1857. Returning he was elected justice of peace at Lehi, and member of legislature again in 1859. Missionary to England 1860, and, returning, was immigration agent at Florence, fitting out 16 companies of Utah immigrants. In 1863 he was elected selectman of Utah county, and was mayor of Pleasant Grove for 10 years afterward. This county was represented again by him in the legislature in 1874-83. Bishop of Pleasant Grove for 29 years; presided over the southern states mission after the civil war for two years and returned again to Omaha as immigration agent. During this time he crossed the plains 15 times by team. Ordained patriarch 1893. Died November 4, 1896, at Pleasant Grove.

Sources:

Brown, James Lehi

(son of John Brown and Elizabeth Crosby). Born November 26, 1860, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Selena Curtis September 13, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Curtis and Emma Whaley), who was born November 23, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Sytha born December 10, 1884, married Eugene Lusk Roberts;
  2. Gertrude born February 2, 1886, married Andrew Theodore Rassmussen;
  3. James Curtis born February 9, 1888;
  4. Emma born March 8, 1891, and Pauline born November 16, 1892, died;
  5. Hugh Crosby born August 15, 1895;
  6. Harold Whaley born June 22, 1898;
  7. John Lyman born January 31, 1900;
  8. Ruth born November 4, 1903.
Married:Ella Larson June 18, 1908, Salt Lake City (daughter of Niels Peter Larson and Karen K. Swensen of Pleasant Grove, Utah, pioneers 1859). She was born February 22, 1871.
Only child:
  1. Helen born December 30, 1909.

Families resided Pleasant Grove and Provo.

High Priest; superintendent Sunday schools Pleasant Grove; counselor to President Leonard Harrington of stake Sunday schools. President normal department Brigham Young University (Provo) and teacher of chemistry. Also a teacher Pleasant Grove schools and superintendent Utah county schools.

Sources:

Brown, John Zimmerman

(son of John Brown and Margaret Zimmerman). Born September 2, 1873, at Pleasant Grove.

Married:Alice Vivia Driggs September 2, 1903, Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin Woodbury Driggs and Olivia Thankful Pratt of Pleasant Grove, pioneers 1852). She was born September 28, 1877.
Their children:
  1. John Zimmerman Jr. born June 19, 1904;
  2. Hoke Woodbury Driggs born May 7, 1908, died June 29, 1910;
  3. Richard Lyman born July 13, 1912.

Family home Salt Lake City.

President 4th quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1896-99; member Ensign stake Sunday school board. School teacher. Graduated from Utah State Normal School 1902; A. B. degree from University of Utah 1906, and head of its department of physiology 1907-10; received M. D. degree from Rush Medical College of Chicago 1911. Intern Groves LDS Hospital 1911-12.

Sources:

Brown, John

(son of William Brown and Jane Mitchell). Born in 1808, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Married:Christiana Thompson in Scotland (daughter of John Thompson and Christiana Mitchell), who was born February 6, 1806, Stonerig, Airdrie, Scotland, and died July 1892, Salt Lake City. She came to Utah September 15, 1868, John Gillespie company.
Their children:
  1. Christiana, married Edward Johnson;
  2. Jane, died infant;
  3. William, married Elizabeth Cook;
  4. Jane, married Alexander Brown;
  5. John, married Elizabeth Hillhouse;
  6. Elizabeth, died aged 21;
  7. Isabelle, died aged 23;
  8. Helen, married Alexander Wade;
  9. Mary, died aged 4;
  10. Agnes, married William Campbell.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William Brown and Elizabeth Illman of London, England). Born November 26, 1831, Limpsfield, England. Came to Utah October 13, 1863, Rosel Hyde company.

Married:Sarah Haynes November 7, 1852, London, England. (daughter of John and Sarah Haynes of Leicestershire), who was born November 20, 1830.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum;
  2. Lorenzo John, married Louise Folsom;
  3. Samuel Willard;
  4. Sarah Elizabeth, married William W. Needham;
  5. Imri, married Jane Jones;
  6. George, married Tina Bates;
  7. Louisa Mary;
  8. Mamie Salina.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Eleanor Caffal in April 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Mary Ann Caffal of Watton, Hertfordshire, England). She was born April 1844.
Their children:
  1. William, died;
  2. Mabel and Irene, died;
  3. Samuel Vernon, married Eliza Hugentuveller;
  4. Edna;
  5. Harold.
Married:Mary Burkhardt July 19, 1887, Salt Lake City (daughter of Frederick Burkhardt and Elizabeth Stanfiger of Bern, Switzerland, who came to Utah 1891). She was born March 15, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Orson, died;
  2. Frank;
  3. Earl;
  4. Ada;
  5. Meloin;
  6. Frederick;
  7. Oliver.

Missionary to England 1887-88; member 10th quorum seventies; high priest; bishop’s counselor of 9th ward for 23 years. Teacher. Helped build Gardo house and temple in Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Brown, Jonathan

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Jonathan Brown, born April 23, 1794, Bristol, England, and Frances Mary Primrose, born October 8, 1796. Norfolk, England). He was born July 31, 1818, in England. Came to Utah September 20, 1853, Claudius V. Spencer company.

Married:Sarah Couzins October 31, 1838 (daughter of George Couzins and Ann Herridge), who was born March 7, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Henry William born October 10, 1839, married Sarah A. Killpack March 15, 1869;
  2. Edwin born June 24, 1841, married Desdemona Fox June 12, 1865;
  3. Elizabeth born January 28, 1843, married Chancey G. Webb April 7, 1868;
  4. Charles born January 14, 1845, died June 24, 1860;
  5. Emma born January 12, 1850, married Job Reading February 8, 1870;
  6. Sarah Ann born September 1, 1846, married J. C. Peterson December 31, 1864;
  7. Ellen born August 3, 1851, died April 29, 1853;
  8. Maria Ellen born March 23, 1853, died October 5, 1853;
  9. Mary Frances born April 9, 1857, married James B. Henry July 25, 1878;
  10. Albert G. C. born December 13, 1859, married Hannah Thompson April 24, 1881.

Family home Murray, Utah.

Married:Ann Langfield November 22, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Langfield). She was born at Newbury, England.
Only child:
  1. Elizabeth Ann born September 1857, married Alexander Bowman.

Member 23d quorum seventies; treasurer of Reading branch of London, England.

Sources:

Brown, Henry W.

(son of Jonathan Brown and Sarah Couzins). Born October 10, 1839, Newbury, England.

Married:Sarah Ann Killpack March 15, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Frances Killpack, former a pioneer 1864). She was born August 8, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Henry J. born March 12, 1870, died August 20, 1889;
  2. Frances Sarah born December 19, 1871, died September 22, 1877;
  3. Charles born September 28, 1873, married Hilma Johnson January 18, 1899;
  4. Elizabeth Rachel born July 22, 1875, married James Dunster October 23, 1894;
  5. George E. born August 12, 1877, married May Rawlings October 31, 1903;
  6. Arthur W. born June 24, 1879, married Ivie May Turner October 21, 1903;
  7. John Louis born July 6, 1881, married Lucy E. Fisher September 2, 1903;
  8. Lavinia Louisa born April 20, 1884, married James W. Cahoon June 20, 1906;
  9. Esther Lillace born June 15, 1886, married Melvin R. Fisher February 27, 1907;
  10. Zina Merl born July 7, 1890, married Andrew H. Bennion October 18, 1907.

Family home Murray, Utah.

Member 61st quorum seventies; missionary to England 1881-83; councilman for 72d quorum seventies. Road supervisor South Cottonwood 20 years; president East Jordan Irrigation company, also serving as secretary, treasurer and director. Chairman board of canals; school trustee 15 years.

Sources:

Brown, Joseph

Born in Manasquam, New Jersey. Came to Utah in early days.

Married:Ann Curtis at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin, married Rebecca Webb;
  2. Elizabeth, married Elbert Eastmond;
  3. Sidney, married Eleanor;
  4. Samuel, married Katherine;
  5. Prudence, married Lafayette Granger.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Ship builder; carpenter; merchant.

Sources:

Brown, Joseph Smith

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Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of James Brown and Mary McCrea of Ogden, Utah, pioneers July 29, 1847, with Mormon Battalion). Born January 4, 1856, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah Wealthea Patton March 8, 1876 (daughter of William Cornwall Patton and Welthea Eddy of Payson, Utah, pioneers). She was born October 22, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Smith Jr., married Ada Myrtle Stanford;
  2. Welthea May, married Job E. Hemsley;
  3. Henry Alonzo, married Lola Smith;
  4. Mary Josephine, married George Oakey;
  5. James William died;
  6. George David, married Blanch Smith;
  7. Margaret Viola, married Adnia E. Bramwell;
  8. Leroy Patten, married Hazel Smith;
  9. Sidney Earl;
  10. Wendell Eddy died.

Family home Piano, Idaho. Farmer. Died March 22, 1903, Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Sources:

Brown, Henry Alonzo

(son of Joseph Smith Brown and Sarah Welthea Patton). Born June 30, 1880, Oxford, Idaho.

Married:Lola Smith June 7, 1912, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Smith and Annie Mathews of Egin Idaho) She was born December 22, 1885.
Only child:
  1. Esther born March 27, 1913.

Missionary to California 1908-10. Farmer.

Sources:

Brown, Philander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of William Brown and Diantha Soreland). Born April 10, 1826, Rush, Monroe county, New York. Came to Utah September 4, 1860, Franklin Brown company.

Married:Orilla Leavitt October 13, 1848 (daughter of John Leavitt and Lucy Fish), who was born February 10, 1829.
Only child:
  1. Horace born July 23, 1849, died August 7, 1849.
Married:Elizabeth Dobney Short February 6, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of William John Short, pioneer September 4, 1863, Captain Patterson company, and Elizabeth Curtis, married October 27, 1834, Islington, England). She was born November 24, 1841, London, England.
Their children:
  1. Zina Elizabeth born October 17, 1865, married Harold Hardy November 19, 1884;
  2. Emily Orilla born December 8, 1866, married T. H. Maxfield July 14, 1892;
  3. Philander Franklin born December 21, 1868, died;
  4. Charles Hyrum born March 13, 1870, married Ella Harton October 24, 1891;
  5. Mary Emiline born June 26, 1871, married H. B. Hales April 1, 1903;
  6. Harvey Alfred born September 24, 1872;
  7. William John born January 24, 1874, married Etta Clinger December 6, 1895;
  8. Ellen Adell born May 19, 1875, married Ellis Maxfield August 11, 1897;
    1. Jarrel born February 6, 1877, died;
  9. Phebe Diantha born December 26, 1878, married W. E. Hardy September 7, 1898;
  10. George Albert born February 23, 1880, married Julia Ramsy November 14, 1900.

Family home Provo, Utah. President 74th and 34th quorum seventies; missionary. Road supervisor; railroad foreman between Salt Lake City and Frisco, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, George Albert

(son of Philander Brown and Elizabeth Dobney Short). Born February 23, 1880, Provo, Utah.

Married:Julia Ramsey November 14, 1900, Salt Lake City (daughter of George W. Ramsey and Amanda Ross), who was born January 27, 1881.
Their children:
  1. Emily H. born August 7, 1901;
  2. Ellis S. born February 17, 1904;
  3. Albert R. born December 6, 1905;
  4. Mervin M. born June 13, 1908;
  5. Erma F. born January 22, 1911.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to New Zealand three years. Merchant.

Sources:

Brown, Richard Daniels

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of William Daniels Brown and Grace Fairhurst of Wigan, Lancashire, England). Born March 1, 1811, at Wigan. Came to Utah October 4, 1864, William S. Warren company.

Married:Margaret Parkinson September 11, 1830 (daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Sarah Southworth), who was born May 12, 1811, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. William D. born January 1836, married Hannah Hardman 1865;
  2. Thomas born December 16, 1838, married Esther Wardle March 19, 1861;
  3. Mary Ann born January 1840, married John McCullough;
  4. Elizabeth born October 28, 1841, married Peter Later May 25, 1863;
  5. Catherine born June 8, 1844, married James Fields August 1868;
  6. Richard Daniels born May 27, 1846, married Lucy A. Enzlow Field December 5, 1870;
  7. Margaret born May 6, 1849, married Edward Hemsley;
  8. Rebecca born November 30, 1850, married Noah Wardle;
  9. Sarah Jane born October 1852, married Abraham Redford;
  10. Josiah Hyrum born January 6, 1856, married Sariah Rawson.

Elder. Farmer. Died June 22, 1893, Harrisville, Utah.

Sources:

Brown, Richard Daniels

(son of Richard Daniels Brown and Margaret Parkinson). Born May 27, 1846, Manchester, Lancashire, England.

Married:Lucy A. Enzlow Field December 6, 1870 (daughter of Elza Enzlow and Mary Field, married 1848). She was born November 30, 1849, and came to Utah 1851.
Their children:
  1. Herbert born March 20, 1873, married Margaret Robson November 8, 1893;
  2. Richard Roy born May 10, 1875, married Generva Miller November 14, 1903;
  3. Mary Margaret born April 6, 1877;
  4. Elza born July 29, 1878, married Hattie Rex November 1900;
  5. Lucy Effie born December 9, 1880, married Arthur E. Wilson March 4, 1898.
Married:Mary Elizabeth Olmstead July 15, 1885. Logan, Utah (daughter of Hyrum Olmstead and Sarah Elizabeth Hammond, pioneers 1847, Company C, Mormon Battalion). She was born November 29, 1861, Riverdale, Utah.
Married:Betsy Fish July 29, 1889, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jabez Fish and Henrietta Stott).
Only child:
  1. Thomas Lawrence Brown.
Married:Emily Schofield May 20, 1904, Layton, Utah (daughter of Joseph Schofield and Lavina Parkinson).
Their children:
  1. Verna Elizabeth;
  2. William Ray;
  3. Victor Leland.

Filled two missions to Europe; president 60th quorum seventies 10 years; secretary to 60th quorum seventies 12 years; superintendent Sunday schools 10 years; assistant superintendent Sunday schools 20 years. Postmaster Harrisville six years; city sexton at Ogden 1906-10, 1912-13.

Sources:

Brown, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Charles and Jane Brown). Born May 14, 1831, St. Paul’s, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Came to Utah October 1, 1862, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Ann Evans November 18, 1852 (daughter of William Evans and Frances Russell, latter a pioneer October 1, 1862). She was born July 28, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Henry William Evans born July 14, 1854, married Charlotte Elizabeth Taylor December 9, 1880;
  2. Robert William born June 20, 1856, married Mary T. Todd January 8, 1896;
  3. Edmund J. born March 3, 1864, married Olive T. Butterfield October 25, 1886;
  4. William A. born June 6, 1866, married Emily Todd January 15, 1890;
  5. Rachel Emily Jane born September 30, 1872, married Albert S. Gibbs January 13, 1892;
  6. George T. born June 30, 1875, married Emeretta Miller September 16, 1898;
  7. Ellen Maria born June 17, 1878, married Charles W. Malustrom February 28, 1898.

Family home South Murray, Utah. Farmer and rancher.

Sources:

Brown, Henry William Evans

(son of Robert Brown and Ann Evans). Born July 14, 1854, St. Nicholas parish, Bristol, England.

Married:Charlotte Elizabeth Taylor December 9, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Peter Taylor and Sarah Brent), who was born September 5, 1858, Middlesex, London.
Their children:
  1. Maude Elizabeth born June 26, 1882, married Royal Bateman;
  2. Tresas born March 2, 1884.

Family home South Murray, Utah.

Miner and smelterman.

Sources:

Brown, Samuel A. M.

(son of Samuel Brown and Julia Maland of Salt Lake City). Born September, 1888.

Married:Ethel Lees January 29, 1908, Salt Lake City, Bishop McMillan officiating(daughter of Josiah Lees and Mary Ann Boyden, pioneers September 3, 1860, James W. Ross company). She was born January 11, 1887, Salt Lake City.
Only child:
  1. Jack M. born July 18, 1912.
Sources:

Brown, Thomas B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Thomas Brown and Jemima Rodgers of Salt Lake City). Born December 27, 1824, Bath, Somersetshire, England. Came to Utah September 25, 1856, Richard Ballantyne company.

Married:Jane White May 13, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac White of North Ogden, Utah), who was born 1830.
Their children:
  1. Thomas F., married Susan Dudman;
  2. Louise died aged 2;
  3. Jane M., died aged 16;
  4. Elizabeth A., married Lorenzo Waldram;
  5. Mary E., married John Shaw;
  6. Rose E., married William Bailey;
  7. Kate E., married John Ward;
  8. Celia E.
Married:Eliza Brown March 14, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Brown of North Oregon).
Their children:
  1. John H., married Elizabeth A. Roylance;
  2. George, married Maud Dudman;
  3. Ellen, married Arthur G. Barrett;
  4. Emily, married Joseph Folkman;
  5. William C., died infant;
  6. Harriet, married Thomas Barrett;
  7. Nephi J., married Vilate Taylor.

Family resided North Ogden, Utah.

Member 10th quorum seventies; high priest. Cabinetmaker and farmer. Died June 18, 1899.

Sources:

Brown, Thomas James

(son of James and Mary Brown of New Jersey). Born September 20, 1837, in New Jersey.

Married:Althea Chamberlain 1860, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Chamberlain and Amy Airy of New Jersey). She was born May 1846.
Their children:
  1. James A., married Rose Frances Morris;
  2. Mary Emma, married James Kelly;
  3. Alice A., married Thomas Taylor, who died, married Henry Heaton;
  4. Charles W., married Adele Lee;
  5. Ernest W.;
  6. Edna L., married Clyde L. Bailey.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Seventy; teacher. Florist and nurseryman. Died October 22, 1905.

Sources:

Brown, James A.

(son of Thomas James Brown and Althea Chamberlain). Born October 27, 1867, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Rose Frances Morris December 18, 1890, Salt Lake City (daughter of Elias Morris and Mary Parry of Newmarket, Wales, pioneers of 1869). She was born September 20, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Sydney Vaughn born February 2, 1892;
  2. Irvin W. born December 22, 1894;
  3. Morris S. born June 27, 1897;
  4. Florence L. born September 15, 1898;
  5. Allen J. and Vernon born March 29, 1900.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Real estate and investment agent.

Sources:

Brown, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John and Eliza Brown of London, England). Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Hannah Richardson (Hatton) October, 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of Aaron Richardson and Sarah Higgins of Salt Lake City, pioneers September 1852).
Their children:
  1. Hannah born August 15, 1853, married Heber Odekirk;
  2. Catherine Elizabeth born October 31, 1855, married Samuel J. Merrill.

Hannah Richardson was the widow of William Hatton whom she married at Plumbley, near Knutsford, Cheshire, England. He was drafted in the army and went to Mexico, where he died.

Their children:
  1. Sarah born September 2, 1842, married Robert Mickel;
  2. Mary born June 6, 1844, married Austin Merrill;
  3. Fannie born December 25, 1846, died Infant.
Sources:

Brown, William Parker

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

Born May 6, 1816, Nottinghamshire, England. Came to Utah September 4, 1863, Captain Patterson oxteam company.

Married:Charlotte Parker March 28, 1841. She was born July 16, 1818, and died July 4, 1854, St. Louis, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Emma born December 24, 1841, died June 28, 1855;
  2. Henry born July 31, 1843, died September 20, 1843;
  3. Henry born August 16, 1844, died April 18, 1845;
  4. Ann born March 1846, died August 8, 1846;
  5. John, born January 29, 1848, married Esther Sargent;
  6. William born May 25, 1850, died April 17, 1876;
  7. Sarah Ann born December 21, 1851, married William Wilkinson;
  8. Joseph born August 12, 1853, died June 30, 1854.

Family resided in England, and at St. Louis, Missouri.

Married:Mary Ann Blanchard December 24, 1854, St. Louis, Missouri, who was born August 9, 1828, and died May 7, 1909.
Their children:
  1. Milo born December 15, 1855, married Abbie Winters;
  2. George born August 15, 1857 (died July 3, 1910), married Minnie Peterson;
  3. Thomas James born November 23, 1859, died September 11, 1864;
  4. Enoch born February 21, 1862, married Emma Steadman, married Mary Elizabeth Jones;
  5. Hannah Mariah b, February 6, 1864, married Charles Heber West;
  6. Benjamin born March 24, 1866, married Emma Steadman;
  7. Martha Amelia born June 21, 1868, married George Sumner Harris;
  8. Edwin James born September 8, 1870, died June 15, 1879.

Family home Hoytsville, Utah.

High priest; member stake high council; ward teacher; home missionary; choir leader. Roadmaster on Union Pacific Rail Road. Farmer and stockraiser. Died June 14, 1903.

Sources:

Brown, Enoch

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William Parker Brown and Mary Ann Blanchard). Born February 21, 1862, St. Louis, Missouri.

Married:Emma Steadman December 3, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter of George Steadman and Mary Ann Neeves of Lenham, Kentshire, England). She was born September 27, 1862, at Stalisfield, Kentshire, and died November 18, 1887.
Their children:
  1. Enoch Edwin born September 5, 1885, married Lizzie Sargent;
  2. Mary Ann born August 17, 1887, died same day.

Family resided West Jordan and Hoytsville, Utah.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Jones January 20, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of Elisha Tannehill Jones and Sarah Persinger of Pocotaligo, West Virginia, latter came to Utah in 1897). She was born August 10, 1868, at Pocotaligo.
Their children:
  1. Golden Earl born November 3, 1898;
  2. Utice Golda born July 29, 1900;
  3. Delta Selma born June 2, 1905.

Family home Hoytsville, Utah.

Junior president of 22d quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1891-93; high councilor of Summit stake; high priest; 2d assistant Sunday school superintendent, Summit stake. Carpenter and plasterer; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Brown, William Richard

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Richard Brown and Hannah Harriet Barker of London, England). Born July 6, 1836, in London. Came to Utah October 8, 1862. Ansel P. Harmon company.

Married:Keziah Howcroft April, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Howcroft and Mary Holland of Lancashire, England, who came to Utah, 1873). She was born July 27, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Hannah Harriet, married Joseph F. Smith;
  2. Sarah Jane, married Louis H. Rogers;
  3. Lucy, died;
  4. William Richard, married Ida Duncombe;
  5. Evelyn, married Nephi Thomstorff;
  6. Mamie, died;
  7. Seth, married Tony Kessler;
  8. Nora, married Martin Christensen;
  9. Mabel, died;
  10. Laron Pratt, married Pearl Holland;
  11. Clarence Burdett.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Deacon. Blacksmith and merchant.

Sources:

Brown, William Richard

(son of William Richard and Keziah Howcroft). Born August 31, 1876, Salt Lake City

Married:Ida Duncombe June 1, 1898, Salt Lake City (daughter of David Duncombe and Fannie Haynes of Lancastershire, England). She was born December 7, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Melba born September 19, 1899;
  2. Vera born February 25, 1900;
  3. Denise born April 1, 1902;
  4. Arva born December 11, 1905;
  5. Calvin born December 25, 1908.

Family home Salt Lake City.

City salesman for Hancock Bros, company.

Sources:

Brown, William Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Henry Brown and Catherine Maria Wright, of Birmingham, England). Born May 1, 1843, Stratford-on-Avon, England. Came to Utah September 3, 1852, Abraham Owen Smoot company.

Married:Theodocia Preston January 31, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Whitmore Preston and Emelina Houston, of American Fork, Utah, pioneers 1850). She was born May 5, 1852.
Their children:
  1. William Henry, married Emily Bargason;
  2. James Whitmore, married Sarah Boddison;
  3. Minnie Maria, married Joseph E. Ingersoll;
  4. Isaac Houston, died Infant.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Married:Mary Alice Healy March 11, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of James Healy and Mary Carlisle, of Alpine, Utah, pioneers 1853). She was born September 1, 1856. Only child Richard Healy, died Infant.
Married:Martha (Eldredge) Jackson October 4, 1886, American Fork, Utah (daughter of John S. Eldredge and Sinah Chipman, pioneers September 24, 1847, Abraham S. Smoot company). She was born May 20, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Julia Ania;
  2. Emma Arline, married Louis A. Lemon.

Member 44th quorum seventies; Sunday school teacher 1875-80; chairman Old Folks committee. Justice of peace 1900-05 and city marshal 1903-06, of Alpine. Farmer and sheepman.

Sources:

Browne, Richard H.

Came to Utah in 1874.

Married:Nellie Godbe December 24, 1879. Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Laura, died;
    1. Percy, married Blanche Cherry;
  2. William C, married Mayme Wheatley;
  3. Arthur L;
  4. Dorothy;
  5. Francis L;
  6. Gordon G.;
  7. Theresa.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Browne, Nesbitt Percy

(son of Richard H. Browne and Nellie Godbe). Born July 31, 1883. Salt Lake City.

Married:Blanche Cherry June 21, 1906. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Only child:
  1. Richard Newton Browne.

Mining engineer and lawyer. Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Brownell, Russell Gideon

Note

Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

Came to Utah September 22, 1849 with William Miller, Captain of ten in that company.

Married:Betsy Wheeler.
Only child:
  1. Julia A. born February 12, 1826, married James Myler October 5, 1843.

Musician and corporal Company C, of Mormon Battalion. Died April 6, 1895, Fresno, California.

Sources:

Browning, David Elias

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

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(son of Jonathan Browning and Elizabeth Stockup of Nashville, Davidson county, Tennessee). Born January 19, 1829, at Nashville. Came to Utah, September, 1862, Captain Miller company.

Married:Charilla Abbott, January 1853, at Ogden, Utah (daughter of Stephen Abbott and Abigail Smith; latter a pioneer October 27, 1849, with her children, Smith company). She was born July 4, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Charilla Emily born January 29, 1854, married William McGregor May 1, 1876;
  2. David Elias born August 8, 1856, married Mary Anderson;
  3. Stephen Abbott born December 8, 1858, married Emily Chetlain, married Annie Baird;
  4. Jonathan Abbott born March 9, 1861, married Lucy Bateman;
  5. James Smith born April 19, 1864;
  6. Westley M. born April 3, 1867;
  7. Arbarilla Fastday born October 1, 1868, married John Lowe;
  8. Abigail born May 14, 1871.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Sergeant-major first regiment territorial militia, 1866. Inventor and gunsmith of world renown, as Browning automatic firearms are imported, patented and made in every country. Died December 14, 1901.

Sources:

Browning, James Greene

(son of Edmund Browning, born November 14, 1761, Culpeper county, Virginia, and Sarah Allen, born in Pottawattamie county, Iowa, married in 1790). He was born May 2, 1808, in Sumner county, Tennessee. Came to Utah in 1850.

Married:Mary Ann Neal, in 1827.
Their children:
  1. Clifton Smith born September 15, 1828, married Rachel Middleton October 2, 1854;
  2. Sarah Ann born October 10, 1830, married Edward Bunker 1856;
  3. Edmund Thomas born November 30, 1833, married Charlotte McArty;
  4. David Henry born March 16, 1835, married Elizabeth Jane Garner 1854;
  5. Jane Neel born August 4, 1838, married William A. Stewart 1854;
  6. Isaac Austin born December 25, 1840, married Martha Lloyd 1858;
  7. Eliza Elizabeth M. A. A., born August 4, 1848, married George A. Richardson 1866;
  8. Delilah Charilla born August 4, 1848, married William A. Hunt 1864;
  9. Mary Ann born 1852;
  10. Evaline born September 17, 1864.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Ann Wood, September 6, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Wood and Alice Hollins), who was born March 18, 1834, in North Chestershire, England.
Their children:
  1. James Greene born November 3, 1862, married Amanda Vilate Elmer 1883;
  2. George Andrew born June 27, 1865, married Emma C. Matson November 4, 1891;
  3. Edmund born October 16, 1867, married Amanda E. Wetzel April 13, 1892;
  4. Jonathan born February 18, 1870, married Jane Barker 1897;
  5. Lewis Wood born April 11, 1872.

Second bishop of Weber county; missionary to England 1860; member territorial legislature; Ogden city councilman. Died November 20, 1878.

Sources:

Browning, George A.

(son of James Greene Browning and Ann Wood). He was born June 27, 1865, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Emma C. Matson November 4, 1891, Logan, Utah (daughter of John and Christina Sophia Matson), who was born October 6, 1870, in Sweden.
Their children:
  1. George A. born September 27, 1892, Esther Sophia born December 17, 1894;
  2. Ruth Matilda born November 18, 1895;
  3. Gleen Wood born February 9, 1898;
  4. Golden Matson born November 10, 1891;
  5. Lester Matson born November 6, 1903;
  6. Rulon Matson born October 22, 1906;
  7. Roland James G. born December 27, 1908;
  8. Vera Emma born February 21, 1912.

Family home Annis, Idaho.

Bishop Annis ward. Merchant and farmer.

Sources:

Brunson, Lewis

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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(son of Seymour Brunson, born December 1, 1798, in Vermont, and Harriet Gould, born August 22, 1802, in New York). He was born January 27, 1831, Mantua, Portage County, Ohio. Came to Utah in September, 1851, Rosewell Stevens company.

Married:Amanda Louisa Park (daughter of John Park and Matilda Wallace, pioneers 1851). She was born March 3,1834, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mary Louisa born September 8, 1853, married George Bryan;
  2. Joseph Lewis born January 6, 1855;
  3. Harriet Matilda born September 10, 1857, married Ephraim Allred;
  4. Adaline born January 3, 1861, married Joseph D. Smith October 7, 1880;
  5. George Cannon born 1859;
  6. Peter Lorenzo born July 20, 1866, married Clarinda Alta McCullough March 11, 1887.

Family home Fillmore, Utah.

Married:Lamira Mace January 13, 1857 (daughter of Hyrum Mace and Elizabeth Armstrong, former a pioneer 1852, Captain Miller company). She was born January 14, 1840, Sevesten, Michigan.
Their children:
  1. Seymour Lewis born August 26, 1868, married Anna Laura Tompkinson December 25, 1876;
  2. Reuben E. born August 20, 1863;
  3. Arthur Mace born November 30, 1864, married Sarah E. Carling September 1, 1886;
  4. Hyrum born October 1, 1867, married Clairilla A. Howard;
  5. Daniel born March 20, 1870;
  6. Clairilla born October 19, 1872, married William Wade;
  7. Harvey born October 29, 1882.
Married:Catherine Carling March 31, 1867 (daughter of John Carling and Emaline Katon), who was born June 1, 1835.
Their children:
  1. Annie born March 13, 1859, married Hans C. Hansen June 6, 1877;
  2. Jeanette born February 24, 1861, married M. M. Bishop;
  3. John L. born July 27, 1865, married Emma Jane Wildon November 11, 1887;
  4. James William born April 17, 1866, married Lois Warner January 25, 1888;
  5. Isaac F. born April 1, 1870, married Nellie Beaston;
  6. Lewis born November 20, 1872;
  7. Charles A. born October 2, 1875, married Christie Fackral January 20, 1897.

Bishop of Fillmore six years; missionary; president high priests quorum of Millard stake; high councilor.

Sources:

Brunson, Peter Lorenzo

(son of Lewis Brunson and Amanda Louisa Park). Born July 20, 1866, Fillmore, Utah.

Married:Clarinda Alta McCullough March 11, 1887 (daughter of Henry J. McCullough and Helen MacCallister), who was born November 20, 1867, Fillmore, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Peter Lorenzo, Jr. born December 26, 1887;
  2. Mary Altana born November 5, 1889;
  3. Amy Louisa born September 16, 1891;
  4. Helen born January 21, 1893;
  5. Harriet born August 27, 1895;
  6. Myrtle born March 14, 1897;
  7. Henry born June 14, 1900;
  8. Nora born December 29, 1902;
  9. Lewis Clark born August 6, 1906;
  10. Elbert LaMar born November 16, 1908;
  11. Max Eliot born June 18, 1911.

Family resided Fillmore, Marion and Panguitch, Utah.

Secretary YMMIA at Marion ward nine years and president one year. Bishop’s counselor one year; bishop of Fillmore 1909-12; counselor to President Orvel L. Thompson of Millard stake. City councilman.

Sources:

Brunson, Seymour, Jr.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Seymour Brunson and Harriet Gould). Born January 6, 1836, Tomkins county, Illinois. Came to Utah in 1852, Captain Miller company.

Married:Elizabeth A. Mace in 1862 (daughter of Hyrum Mace and Elizabeth Armstrong), who was born in February, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Seymour E.;
  2. Hyrum;
  3. William H.;
  4. Elizabeth Irena;
  5. Reuben;
  6. Walter;
  7. Freeman;
  8. Pearl;
  9. Emily;
  10. Deela.
Sources:

Brunson, Seymour E.

(son of Seymour Brunson, Jr., and Elizabeth A. Mace). Born September 15, 1863, Payson, Utah.

Married:Annie Speakman September 20, 1884, Fillmore, Utah (daughter of William Speakman and Sarah Young), who was born August 17, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Edna born September 10, 1885;
  2. William E. born July 7, 1887;
  3. Lorinda born July 17, 1888;
  4. Evelyn born March 18, 1891;
  5. Velate born October 19, 1894;
  6. Freeman S. born October 19, 1897;
  7. Ava born March 18, 1900;
  8. Osborn L. born August 26, 1902;
  9. Wanda born September 25, 1906.
Sources:

Bryner, Hans Ulrich

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

Born March 30, 1806, Bosserdorf, Switzerland. Came to Utah 1857, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Verena Wintsch at Zurich, Switzerland (daughter of Friederich Wintsch and Susana Weise of Zurich). She was born February 26, 1804, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Hans Ulrich, Jr., married Marie Mathis;
  2. Casper, married Magdalina Gubler;
  3. Barbara, married John Mathis;
  4. Verena, married John C. Naglie.

Family home St. George, Utah.

Went to Dixie in 1861. Died 1864, St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Bryner, Hans Ulrich, Jr.

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1856 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of Hans Ulrich Bryner and Verena Wintsch). Born April 29, 1827, at Zurich. Came to Utah December 24, 1856, Martin and Tyler handcart company.

Married:Marie Mathis at Zurich (daughter of Hans Heinrich Mathis and Dorthea Meyer, of Zurich, former a pioneer December 24, 1856, the latter died at Price, Utah, 1893). She was born in 1828.
Their children:
  1. Henry G., married Isabella Burch;
  2. Pauline, married John H. Pace;
  3. Elizabeth, married George Wood;
  4. Albert, married Mariah Jane Pace;
  5. Verena, married A. Redd;
  6. Franklin Casper, married Dora Mclntyre; married Ellen Redd.
Married:Margaret Kahun 1868, in Salt Lake City, who came to Utah 1862.
Their children:
  1. Henry Kahun;
  2. Mary, married Heber Naglie;
  3. John U., married Martha Smith;
  4. George William, died;
  5. Josephine, married George A. Fawsett;
  6. Annie, married Albert A. McMullen;
  7. James, married Miss Babcock;
  8. Rosilla, married Peter Anderson;
  9. Lilly, married Rasmus Frandsen;
  10. Enoch, married Miss Zabriskie;
  11. Edith, married Thomas Sheppick;
  12. Alma, married Ethel Porter.

Family home Toquerville, Utah.

High Priest; worked on St. George temple last five years of his life. Lived at New Harmony 1863, and Price in 1881. Died February 8, 1905, St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Bryner, Albert

(son of Hans Ulrich Bryner, Jr., and Marie Mathis). Born February 5, 1863, St. George, Utah.

Married:Mariah Jane Pace March 18, 1881, St. George (daughter of Harvey Alexander Pace and Elizabeth Redd of New Harmony, Utah). She was born January 12, 1864.
Their children:
  1. William Albert born December 30, 1881;
  2. Ulrich Alexander born August 15, 1883;
  3. Maggie M. born September 3, 1885;
  4. Annie Pearl born April 7, 1887;
  5. Elmer Pace born January 16, 1889;
  6. Mary Evaline born September 27, 1890;
  7. first six died;
  8. Ruby born July 21, 1890;
  9. Rulon Anton born November 14, 1896;
  10. Elmo born August 16, 1902;
  11. Harold Ernest born February 16, 1904, also are dead;
  12. Marie born April 3, 1908.

Family home Price, Utah since 1884.

President 81st and 101st quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to Germany 1893-95; counselor to Bishop Horsley 1896; bishop Price ward 1909; president YMMIA; assistant Sunday school superintendent of Price and New Harmony wards; president deacons and elders quorums. Vice president and assistant general manager Price Co-op.; vice president Eastern Utah Telephone company.

Sources:

Buchanan, Archibald W.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Buchanan of Scotland and Nancy Bache of Lexington, Kentucky). Born February 9, 1830, at Lexington. Came to Utah September 13, 1852, Captain Howell Company.

Married:Amelia Whiting August 2, 1855 (daughter of Edwin Whiting and Elizabeth Tillotson, pioneers October 28, 1849 Ezra T. Benson company;
Married:1833 in Portage county, Ohio). She was born August 21, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Elizabeth born November 10, 1857, married P. K. Lemon;
  2. Archibald W. Jr. born January 21, 1859, married Mary Peterson December 7, 1881;
  3. Helen Amelia born March 14, 1861, married H. M. Payne;
  4. Lorenzo Dow born April 16, 1864, married Mary Larson February 24, 1892;
  5. Theda Jane born December 29, 1867 married A. Oldroyd;
  6. Effie Louisa born May 29, 1871, married G. F. Haskett August 18, 1891.

Family resided Manti and Glenwood, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Brown January 1, 1860, at Manti (daughter of James Brown and Eunice Reesor, pioneers 1847, married: 1826). She was born October 2, 1842, Greenville, Indiana.
Their children:
  1. Eunice Rozina Snow born March 11, 1858, married C. W. Powell November 1, 1875;
  2. James Alonzo born October 30, 1860;
  3. Mary Jane born December 28, 1862, married I. R. Oldroyd November 24, 1881;
  4. William Wallace born March 26, 1865, married Nancy Madora Poole October 12, 1898;
  5. Eugene Deloss born June 12, 1867, married Hattie Ann Young December 19, 1888;
  6. Henry Pomeroy born March 13, 1871, married Ida Brugger July 19, 1905;
  7. Amy Lorette born September 6, 1873, married Alma J. Ence November 22, 1893;
  8. Charles Vertener born March 15, 1877.

Family resided Manti and Glenwood, Utah.

Married:Marian Larson 1870 in Salt Lake City (daughter of H. P. Larson), who was born October 1862, Slag-else, Sjaelland, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Osmond born September 1871, married Marian Killian;
  2. Arthur born July 23, 1874;
  3. Mariah Costina born October 16, 1876, married Knewell C. Young;
  4. James Carlos born April 8, 1879;
  5. Ethel born February 10, 1882, married M. H. Brainholt;
  6. Edna born July 1884, married Robert Beecroft.
Married:Caroline S. Sorenson September 27, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of H. Sorenson and Anna Nielson, who came to Utah 1870). She was born April 30, 1858, Slagelse, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. John Soren born October 6, 1879;
  2. Anna Delia born April 27, 1881, married R. H. Poole June 5, 1900;
  3. Mae born September 7, 1883, married J. A. Black August 31, 1903;
  4. Aaron William born April 5, 1885;
  5. Parley Ammon born January 10, 1888;
  6. Carrie Myrl born March 25, 1892, married George Brugger November 15, 1911;
  7. Archie Earl born March 25, 1892.

Family resided at Manti and Glenwood, Utah.

Bishop Glenwood 1870-75. Indian war veteran. Indian missionary in the Elk mountains.

Sources:

Buchanan, Archibald W., Jr.

(son of Archibald W. Buchanan and Helen Amelia Whiting). Born January 21, 1859. Manti, Utah.

Married:Mary Peterson December 7, 1881, St. George, Utah (daughter of Peter Christen Peterson, pioneer 1860, and Christina Sorenson, pioneer 1862). She was born January 31, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Archibald Lester born October 27, 1884, married Odetta Cowley November 15, 1911;
  2. Mary Lula born July 16, 1886;
  3. Mabel born January 17, 1889, married J. Hainsworth December 27, 1910;
  4. Christen Leroy born January 3, 1891;
  5. Clancey Emeron born February 22, 1896;
  6. Clayona born August 2, 1904.

Family home Glenwood, Utah.

Missionary to northern states 1882-1883.

Sources:

Buck, Charles

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Charles Buck and Mary Dobb of England). Born February 6, 1839, Woodlane, Hucknall Torkard, Nottinghamshire, England. Came to Utah September 4, 1866, Thomas E. Ricks company.

Married:Hannah Chantery December 22, 1859, in England (daughter of John Chantery and Ann Bonnington of Nottinghamshire; former came to Utah 1869). She was born February 25, 1841.
Their children:
  1. William Henry born January 12, 1861, married Rebecca Chadburn May 25, 1882;
  2. Joseph born January 10, 1864, married Mather Bennington;
  3. Mary Ann born December 19, 1865;
  4. Hannah E. born January 5, 1868, married Walter Hart;
  5. Sariah born June 1, 1870, married Lorin Farr;
  6. Charles J. born May 27, 1872, married Elizabeth Cox;
  7. Sarah born January 8, 1874, married Thomas Mills;
  8. Selena born December 9, 1875, married Alex Morrison;
  9. Eliza born July 13, 1877;
  10. Nephi C. born January 15, 1881, married Alice Woods.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Seventy; high priest; second counselor to President J. F. Hunter of elders quorum. Died 1889.

Sources:

Buck, William Henry

(son of Charles Buck and Hannah Chantery). Born January 12, 1861, Nottinghamshire, England.

Married:Rebecca Chadburn May 25, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Chadburn and Ellen Calivere of Scatway, New Jersey). She was born April 2, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born April, 1883;
  2. Elizabeth Ellen born January 12, 1886;
  3. Hannah R. born April 10, 1888;
  4. Charles H. born February 7, 1891;
  5. Sarah Ida born April 17, 1893, married John L. Wright June 7, 1911;
  6. Ruth Olive born September 14, 1895;
  7. Flora A. born April 7, 1898.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Married:Flora Buck August 19, 1898, Salt Lake City, who was born March 5, 1872, Hucknall Torkard, England.
Their children:
  1. Percy H. born May 25, 1899;
  2. William Edwin born January 7, 1901;
  3. Elsie Agnes born January 9, 1903;
  4. Joseph Seeley born December 6, 1905;
  5. Flora Priscilla born March 4, 1907;
  6. Pearl Irene born 1909;
  7. James Harold born June 11, 1911.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Elder.

Sources:

Buckle, George

(son of John Buckle and Anne Cooper of Salt Lake City). Born July 24, 1861, Manchester, England. Came to Utah 1870.

Married:Esther E. Long at Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Elizabeth Long of England). She was born 1863.
Their children:
  1. Adella, married Theodore J. P. Mauss;
  2. George C., married Minnie Gallacher;
  3. Lillian, married Perry C. Rockwood;
  4. Leslie Long.

Family home Salt Lake City.

City councilman three terms; president of city council one term. Foreman of bindery department at Desert News for thirty years.

Sources:

Buckle, George C.

(son of George Buckle and Esther E. Long). Born July 15, 1882 at Salt Lake City.

Married:Minnie Gallacher at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Gallacher of Scotland).

Family home Salt Lake City.

Lawyer; assistant attorney general of Utah.

Sources:

Budd, Charles

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Richard and Sarah Budd, of Beading, Sussex, England). Born June 9, 1800, at Beading. Came to Utah September 1859.

Married:Louisa Capeland at Beading (daughter of Mr. Capeland and Miss French of Beading), who was born May 29, 1804, at same place.
Their children:
  1. Charles Jr. born April 29, 1821;
  2. Mary born June 24, 1822;
  3. John born May 23, 1824;
  4. Richard born October 17, 1826;
  5. Francis born August 24, 1828;
  6. Edward born August 13, 1831;
  7. Louisa, born March 24, 1833;
  8. Elizabeth born July 5, 1835;
  9. Henry born October 2, 1836;
  10. Martha born May 31, 1838;
  11. James;
  12. Frances Caroline born January 16, 1841;
  13. William born August 21, 1842;
  14. Daniel born March 4, 1844;
  15. George born February 21, 1846.
Sources:

Budd, George

(son of Charles Budd and Louisa Capeland). Born February 21, 1846.

Married:Sarah Jane Turpin April 7, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jesse Turpin and Jane Smith, pioneers September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born June 2, 1850, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Charles E. born January 25, 1873;
  2. Sarah Louise born November 7, 1874, married Walter Duncombe;
  3. George Henry born August 15, 1877, married Edith Farnese;
  4. William Alvin born April 12, 1880, married Hannah O. Jensen and Letha Jane Lay;
  5. James Hervey born November 12, 1883, married Eva Isabel Dangerfield;
  6. Martha Hazel born January 9, 1887, married Howard A. Davis;
  7. Frances Mary born December 30, 1889;
  8. Gerald Jesse born March 24, 1893, married Marie Hanson.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Carpenter and millwright.

Sources:

Buhler, Ulrich

(son of Christian Buhler and Anna Von Gunten of Achlisbuhl, Canton Bern, Switzerland). Born December 7, 1823, at Heimondswand, Switzerland. Came to Utah July 4, 1872.

Married:Anna Burgdorffer 1854, in Switzerland (daughter of Christian Burgdorffer and Susanna Egli, of Gunten, Switzerland, pioneers 1868). She was born in July 1824.
Their children:
  1. Anna, married John T. R. Hicks;
  2. Magdalena, married Christen Berger;
  3. Elizabeth, married Christian Kunz;
  4. Susanna, married John T. R. Hicks;
  5. Gottfried F., married Louisa Barben;
  6. Caroline, married Christen Kunz;
  7. John Ulrich, married Magdalena Haueter;
  8. Karl, married Jane McGee;
  9. Gotlieb, married Louisa Krebs.

Family home Midway, Utah.

High priest. Farmer. Died January 31, 1907.

Sources:

Buhler, Gottfried F.

(son of Ulrich Buhler and Anna Burgdorffer). Born October 28, 1854, in Switzerland. Came to Utah in 1872.

Married:Louisa Barbin December 9, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob Barbin and Susan Bergener of Switzerland). She was born January 1, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Franklin Gottfried born January 10, 1883, died;
  2. William John born November 8, 1885, married Rachel Wilson;
  3. Joseph born July 11, 1887;
  4. Alma Herman born July 16, 1892;
  5. Adeline Louisa born August 30, 1893;
  6. Francis Lyman born October 30, 1895;
  7. Ephraim Walter born August 12, 1897;
  8. Carl Rolhand born October 17, 1899;
  9. Orson Earl born January 26, 1902;
  10. Burnice Elmence born February 27, 1904;
  11. Vesta Amber;
  12. Thurman Jacob.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Missionary to Switzerland and Germany 1888-90; high priest; ward teacher; president German branch. School trustee; member town board; justice of the peace. Established first creamery at Midway; stockraiser and merchant.

Sources:

Bull, Daniel B.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Joseph Bull and Sarah Bullock of Birmingham, England). Born September 16, 1814, at Birmingham. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Elizabeth Tantum, 1841, at Birmingham (daughter of William Tantum and Sarah Brown of that place, pioneers 1849, Enoch Reese company). She was born May 3, 1818.
Their children:
  1. Charles born September 17, 1842, married Jane Rounel;
  2. Sophronia Ann born September 22, 1849, married Thos Harding;
  3. Elizabeth born January 15, 1853, married W. B. Parkinson.

High priest. Was Brigham Young’s gunsmith; built the first gunsmith shop in Utah on Main street. Salt Lake City. Moved to Morgan, Utah, in 1860, and engaged in cattle and sheep raising. Assisted in organization of Morgan Co-op, store, of which he was director and treasurer until his death. Morgan City councilman; school trustee. Bandman in Salt Lake City and bandmaster at Morgan. Died November 11, 1886.

Sources:

Bullard, Ezra Nelson

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of John Bullard and Prudence McNamara of Worcester, Massachusetts). Born March 16, 1833, at Worcester. Came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Mary Harriet Burgess July 27, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Burgess and Marie Pulsipher of Pennsylvania, pioneers September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born May 22, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Prudence Marie born August 30, 1857 (d, 1884), married John Wilson;
  2. William Austin born November 2, 1859, married Mary Elizabeth Johnson;
  3. Mary Ellen born January 30, 1861, married Benjamin Clark;
  4. Orpha Estella born April 28, 1863, died infant;
  5. Ezra Nelson Jr. born September 8, 1864, married Mary Ann Brinkerhoff;
  6. Olive Celestia born November 19, 1871, married Hyrum R. Huntsman;
  7. Charles McNamara born November 19, 1871, married Jenny Vivian Mangum 1894;
  8. Viola born April 23, 1873, married Andrew Martinson;
  9. Edward Franklin born October 30, 1875, died 1888;
  10. Margaret Burgess born May 22, 1878, married James Kelley;
  11. John Ellis born November 2, 1880;
  12. Lilly Maud born September 21, 1883, married Arthur Combs;
  13. Frederick born September 2, 1889, died infant;
  14. Francetta born September 2, 1889, married Orr Wilson March, 1910.

Family home Thurber, Utah.

Elder; member 9th quorum seventies. Veteran Echo canyon and Black Hawk Indian wars. Farmer. Died at Thurber, Utah.

Sources:

Bullard, John Ellis

(son of Ezra Nelson Bullard and Mary Harriet Burgess). Born November 2, 1880, at Thurber, Utah.

Sources:

Bullen, Newell

Note

Passanger on the Mormon Emigrant ship The Brooklyn. Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jesse Sullen and Sally Lovell). Born August 18, 1809, in Kennebec county, Maine. Came to Utah 1848, Oxteam company.

Married:Clarissa Judkins Atkinson (daughter of William Atkinson and Mary Blunt), who was born May 20, 1806.
Their children:
  1. Francis Andrew born August 24, 1837;
  2. Herschel born January 10, 1840, married Lydia Malinda Knapp March 28, 1868; married Emma Boston Gibbs February 8, 1870; married Mary Josephine Whittle December 20, 1876;
  3. Cincinnatus born February 25, 1842;
  4. John Joseph born October 25, 1847, married Elizabeth Van Ettan;
  5. Samuel born April 27, 1850;
  6. Newell, Jr., born November 8, 1852, married Marian Drusilla Pew February 21, 1878.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Richmond, Utah.

Sources:

Bullen, Herschel

Note

Passanger on the Mormon Emigrant ship The Brooklyn. Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Newell Bullen and Clarissa Judkins Atkinson). Born January 10, 1840, Mercer, Somerset county, Maine. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Lydia Malinda Knapp March 28, 1868, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Albert Knapp and Rozina Shepard of Richmond, Utah). She was born April 4, 1851.
Only child:
  1. Lorenzo H. born May 9, 1869.

Family home Richmond. They were divorced December 27, 1869.

Married:Emma Boston Gibbs, February 8, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of George D. Gibbs and Eleanor Griffiths of Paradise, Utah, pioneers 1866). She was born August 14, 1851, and died October 1, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Herschel, Jr. born November 13, 1870, married Mary Hendricks;
  2. Nellie born February 22, 1872, married Willard Langton.
Married:Mary Josephine Whittle December 20, 1876, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Casper Whittle and Mary Ann Harris of Richmond, pioneers 1848). She was born July 19, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Roy born December 12, 1877, married Annie Nibley;
  2. Pearl born December 20, 1879, married A. B. Harrison;
  3. Cyrus born February 19, 1882, married Maud Peart;
  4. Emma born November 28, 1884, died February 14, 1891;
  5. Asa born Sept, 6, 1886;
  6. Bryant born February 24, 1890;
  7. Edith born December 9, 1892, married D. Earle Robinson.

Families resided Richmond, Utah.

Seventy. Directed construction of R. G. W. railroad between Price and Salt Lake City; directed construction of Oregon Short Line railroad between Salt Lake City and Weston, Idaho, Member state board of land commissioners 1900-04. Farmer Died June 27, 1911.

Sources:

Bullen, Lorenzo H.

(son of Herschel Bullen and Lydia Malinda Knapp). Born May 9, 1869, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Sarah Maud Johnson November 19, 1903, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Leamon Johnson and Katie Wickham, pioneers October, 1860). She was born October 27, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo Johnson born September 7, 1904;
  2. Dean Johnson born April 12, 1908.

Family home Richmond.

Sources:

Bullen, Herschel, Jr.

(son of Herschel Bullen and Emma Boston Gibbs). Born November 13, 1870, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Mary Hendricks April 11, 1894, at Logan (daughter of William Doris Hendricks and Alvira Lavona Smith at Richmond). She was born January 4, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Herschel Keith born July 17, 1898;
  2. Lavona born April 1, 1902, died January 14, 1903;
  3. Helen born November 29, 1904;
  4. Reed born November 17, 1906;
  5. Thurlow born January 9, 1912.

Family home Logan.

Seventy; missionary to England 1894-96. Member board of education Logan City 1900-04; member state senate 1907 and 1909.

Sources:

Bullen, Newell, Jr.

(son of Newell Bullen and Clarissa Judkins Atkinson). Born November 8, 1852, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Marian Drusilla Pew February 21, 1878, Logan, Utah (daughter of Hyrum Pew and Henrietta Drusilla Weymouth, the former came to Utah September 24, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company, the latter September 25, 1850, Thomas Johnson company). She was born April 6, 1856, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Mabel born November 23, 1878, married Wilford Van Cott Young June 3, 1903;
  2. Ethel born October 17, 1880, married George Oliver Webb December 9, 1903;
  3. Newell Francis born September 1, 1884, married Anna Lenore Stoddard May 17, 1904;
  4. Russell Pew born August 29, 1887, married Ethel Josephine Spackman December 29, 1909;
  5. Milton Hyrum born February 25, 1892.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

Sources:

Bullock, David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of James Bulloch, born January 8, 1808, and Isabella Dunn, born December 1813, both of Glasgow, Scotland). He was born September 10, 1844 at Glasgow. Came to Utah September, 1851, Scotch Independent company.

Married:Alice Bladen April 5, 1869 (daughter of Thomas Bladen and Mary Cottle), who was born July 1849.
Their children:
  1. David C. born July 18, 1872, married Clara Cram;
  2. Robert William born July 29, 1875, married Arminta McConnell;
  3. John Taylor born May 28, 1878, married Mary Jane Arthur;
  4. Mary Isabell born August 25, 1880, married Henry Mackelprang;
  5. Thomas born April 13, 1884, married Rebecca Walker;
  6. Angus born April 7, 1889.
Married:Sarah Ann Higbee January 5, 1890, Juarez, Mexico (daughter of John M. Higbee and Eunice Bladen, pioneers 1847 and 1851 respectively). She was born November 27, 1861, Cedar City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Warren born June 7, 1894;
  2. Norine born January 15, 1897.

Families resided at Cedar City.

First white boy on site of Cedar City; early freighter to Nevada mining camps; in early days had charge of Co-op cattle and horse herds. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Member Cedar City council. Missionary to Scotland 1875-76.

Sources:

Bulloch, David Cottle

(son of David Bulloch and Alice Bladen). Born July 10, 1872, Cedar City, Utah

Married Clara Cram January 3, 1893.St. George, Utah (daughter of Charles Cram and Maggie Smith), who was born December 21, 1868, Salt Lake City.

Their children:
  1. Delia;
  2. Charles;
  3. Clara.

Family home Cedar City, Utah. Stock and sheepraiser.

Sources:

Bullock, Benjamin Kimball

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Mayor of Provo, Utah for three terms, 1855-61.

(son of Benjamin Bullock and Dorothy Kimball of Grafton, Grafton County, New Hampshire).

Married:Martha Elizabeth Hart January 26, 1851. Bullock’s Grove, Iowa (daughter of Thomas T. Hart and Mary Riggs of Oxford, Connecticut, latter a pioneer September 20, 1852) She was born October 4, 1837, Oxford, Connecticut.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin Kimball, Jr. born June 11, 1852, died October 16, 1855
  2. Thomas Henry born October 3, 1854 died February 11, 1889;
  3. Martha Melissa born January 1, 1847, married A. E. Daniels December 24, 1874;
  4. Joseph Isaac born March 12, 1859, married Maria Anderson March 12, 1892;
  5. John Kimball born June 9, 1861, married Addie Arnold Burton June 16, 1900;
  6. George Albert born September 25, 1863, married Mary Jane Dugdale November 27, 1886;
  7. David Charles born April 19, 1866, died October 20, 1867;
  8. Seth Hart born September 5, 1868, died October 27, 1868;
  9. Gideon Riggs born November 1, 1869 died February 25, 1877;
  10. Frank Orin born January 12, 1873 died August 12, 1905, married Annie L, Anderson March 20, 1900;
  11. Benjamin Hart born October 27, 1878, married Nora Alice Broadbent April 20, 1904;
  12. Jared Asa born November 14, 1882, died February 2, 1884.
Married:Ann Sykes February 20, 1856, Prove, Utah (daughter of James Sykes and Sarah Hill) who was born October 17, 1827 Brampton England.
Their children:
  1. James Alonzo born March 30, 1858;
  2. Ernest Kimball born November 5, 1860;
  3. Amasa Sykes born March 7, 1865
  4. Ralph Arthur born May 31, 1868.

Families resided in Provo, Utah.

Missionary to the Muddy 1868. Mayor of Provo three terms, 1855-61. Assisted in erection of public buildings at Provo.

Sources:

Bullock, Benjamin Hart

(son of Benjamin Kimball Bullock and Martha Elizabeth Hart). Born October 27, 1878 Provo, Utah.

Married:Nora Alice Broadbent April 20, 1904. Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Broadbent and Ghana Ellen Spainhower of Provo, pioneers September 1862). She was born July 22, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Grace Hart born April 2, 1905;
  2. Benjamin Vern born February 25, 1908;
  3. Alice born June 21, 1911;

Family home Provo.

Missionary to England 1899-02; secretary 123d and member 34th quorums seventies; 2d counselor and later president 3d ward YMMIA of Provo; 2d assistant Sunday school superintendent, 1st ward; set apart bishop of Bonneville ward, Provo, February 16, 1913. Miner; farmer.

Sources:

Bullock, Isaac

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852. Mayor of Provo 1863; member Utah legislature.

(son of Benjamin Bullock and Dorothy Kimball, both of Grafton, Grafton county, New Hampshire). Born October 23, 1825. Came to Utah September 21, 1852.

Married:Electa Wood December 14, 1856. She was born July 15, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Isaac, Jr., born September 19, 1857;
  2. Electa born March 6, 1859;
  3. Hanna Christina born December 25, 1861;
  4. Frances Eva born June 7, 1867;
  5. Ada Elizabeth born May 12, 1869;
  6. Nettle May born June 13, 1872;
  7. Gideon Owen born December 3, 1875;
  8. Abraham born July 24, 1878.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Emma Stoot April 6, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Stoot and Sarah Lees of England). She was born June 27, 1840.
Their children:
  1. William born August 30, 1859;
  2. Edwin James born October 8, 1861, died;
  3. Allison born 1864 died;
  4. Lyman born 1867, died;
  5. Emma. Jane born July 24, 1870, died;
  6. Hezekiah born 1873, died;
  7. Sarah born January 9, 1878;
  8. Celia Ann born 1881, died;
  9. John born 1884 and Jared born 1887, died.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to England 1863-66; president high priests quorum. Mayor of Provo 1863; member Utah legislature; U. S. marshal 1867. Farmer. Died March 16, 1891. Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Bullock, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Thomas Bullock and Jeanett Boyle, of Canada). Born 1805, in Scotland. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Mary Hill in Canada (daughter of Alexander and Elizabeth Hill, pioneers 1850, independent company).
Their children:
  1. Alexander born 1838, married Emily Harris;
  2. Elizabeth born 1842, married Donald D. McArthur 1857;
  3. Mary E. born 1846, married E. Farns;
  4. James O. born 1849, married Martha Brown.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Seventy; counselor to Bishops Brown and Thorne. City councilman. Pleasant Grove, four years. Farmer.

Sources:

Bullock, Alexander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of James Bullock and Mary Hill). Born September 22, 1838, in Canada. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Emily Caroline Harris November 9, 1861, at Salt Lake City (daughter of McGee Harris and Mary Givens, pioneers September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born February 14, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Emily Ellen born October 18, 1862, married Thomas Admonson;
  2. William A. born June 25, 1865, married Clara E. Marrott;
  3. Newel H. born October 22, 1867, married Mary Skillings;
  4. Effie D. born April 22, 1871, married William H. Marrott;
  5. Dessie born June 6, 1874, died;
  6. McGee H. born November 6, 1876, married Octavie Poulson;
  7. Florence H. born February 5, 1882, married John P. Madsen.
Married:Clarissa Melissa Herron December 7, 1875, Pleasant Grove (daughter of Orlando F. Herron, pioneer 1847, and Hannah J. Driggs, pioneer April 1849, Aaron Farr company).

She was born April 1858.

Their children:
  1. Jeanet C. born 1877, married Henry Johnson;
  2. Lamont born April 19, 1879;
  3. Gertrude born 1881, married Lafayette G. Blackmont;
  4. Hannah born 1884, married O. Halladay.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Missionary to New Zealand 1887-89; high priest. City marshal Pleasant Grove 12 years. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bullock, Thomas

Note

Bullock was employed as a private clerk to Joseph Smith, Jr. He also was an assistant to Church Historian and Recorder Willard Richards. Member of first Mormon pioneer company ariving in Salt Lake Valley, July 24, 1847.

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(son of Thomas Bullock and Mary Hall of Leek, Staffordshire, England). Born December 23, 1816 at Leek. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Henrietta Rushton at Leek, who was born February 13, 1817.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Honri, married Mary Ann Wagstaff;
  2. Charles Richard, married Susan Marinda Johnson; married Wilhelmina Iverson;
  3. Pamela, married James born Mason;
  4. Willard Richard died;
  5. Mary Elizabeth, married Walter Scott Halbrook;
  6. Brigham Maroni died;
  7. Henrietta Rushton, married George Garretson Griffith;
  8. Francis Alonzo, married Margaret Priscilla Smith;
  9. David Parley died.

Family home 14th ward, Salt Lake City.

Seventy; missionary to England 1855-57; clerk for first pioneer company, and in office of church historian. Once a press corrector on Deseret News. First recorder Salt Lake City and county. Died February 10, 1885, Coalville, Utah.

Sources:

Bullock, Francis Alonzo

(son of Thomas Bullock and Henrietta Rushton). Born August 5, 1855, Salt Lake City.

Married:Margaret Priscilla Smith November 7, 1882 (daughter of William Simmons Smith and Margaret Rebecca Bird of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1853). She was born November 8, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Alonzo Eugene born May 27, 1883, married Edna Elizabeth Rawlings;
  2. William Owen born August 4, 1886;
  3. Myrtle born September 19, 1888;
  4. Lester Rowland born April 11, 1894;
  5. Margaret Arlene born July 26, 1901.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Yard-checker for Harriman railroads.

Sources:

Bult, Robert

(son of Robert S. Bult and Jane Coats, former of England, latter of Scotland, pioneers 1862). Born December 7, 1865, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Jane Haslam June 15, 1888, Salt Lake City (daughter of John R. Haslam and Margerite Howarth, pioneers October 1853, Cyrus H. Wheelock company). She was born August 6, 1868, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Lester R. born December 18, 1889, married Ethel Ball;
  2. Margerite J. born February 9, 1891, died aged 20;
  3. Sarah A. born October 14, 1892, married Thomas Seddon;
  4. Robert A. born June 15, 1893;
  5. Lottie I. born March 29, 1895;
  6. Carl H. born February 22, 1896;
  7. Ethel L. born July 14, 1899;
  8. William E. born April 2, 1903;
  9. Ralph born June 1, 1908;
  10. Myrtle D. born January 16, 1911.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Locomotive engineer and railroad switchman.

Sources:

Bunce, Lewis De Mott

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

Born September 29, 1827, Walcott, Wayne county, New York. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Elmira Vorhees October 28, 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of Elisha Vorhees and Nancy Ann Leak, of Manti, Utah, pioneers 1851, Ezra T. Benson company). She was born June 30, 1834.
Their children. Esther Ann born September 20, 1853, married Jasper Larson;
  1. Louis Avery born October 5, 1854, married Betsey Jeffs;
  2. Mary Elizabeth born November 8, 1855, married William Dixon;
  3. Warren Alonzo born January 14, 1857, died;
  4. Austin Moroni born April 18, 1858, married Ella Burns;
  5. Elmira Matilda born April 6, 1860, married Niels C. Christensen;
  6. Joseph Delaney born September 16, 1862, married Retta Johnson;
  7. William Franklin born October 4, 1863, married Mamie Pollock;
  8. Diantha Adaline born September 8, 1865;
  9. Jane born January 23, 1867;
  10. Rosabell born March 30, 1868,
  11. Arabell born March 30, 1868, latter four died;
  12. Laura Luella born September 8, 1870, married Peter Christensen;
  13. Urbin Ross born June 14, 1875, married Ethel Warnick;
  14. John Homer born Aug, 25, 1880.

Family home Parowan, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to England 1877-79. Lived at Manti, Springdale, and Parowan; moved to Sterling 1875. Veteran Black Hawk Indian and Mexican wars. Mason and farmer. Died September 16, 1894, Price, Utah.

Sources:

Bunnell, David Edwin

(son of Ithamar Bunnell). Born June 25, 1809, Newark, Essex county, New Jersey. Came to Utah October 8, 1852, captain of ten in James C. Snow company.

Married:Sallie Heller Conrad April 15, 1830, Elmira, New York, who was born September 19, 1810.
Their children:
  1. Daniel Kimball, married Abigail Miller (Martin); married Mary Muir (Hughes);
  2. Stephen Ithamar, married Percia Cornelia Grover;
  3. Samuel Gardner, married Ellen K. Zabriskie;
  4. George Henry, married Margarette Sulzer;
  5. Phoebe Elizabeth, married Joseph Cluff;
  6. Mary Armstrong, married Sidney T. Horsley;
  7. Martha, died;
  8. Alfareda, married Lorin S. Glazier;
  9. Rosetta, married Vernie Lorenzo Halladay.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Member 34th quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to eastern states 1849. Sent by Brigham Young to colonize the White Mountain section of Arizona. Provo city councilman and one of its first fruit growers. Carpenter and farmer. Died July 3, 1866.

Sources:

Bunnell, Daniel Kimball

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of David Edwin Bunnell and Sallie Heller Conrad). Born October 23, 1831, Brownstown, Wayne county, Michigan. Came to Utah October 5, 1852.

Married:Abigail Miller (Martin) November 28, 1856, Indiantown, Iowa (daughter of Branch Miller and Abigail Williams of Scotland county, Missouri). She was born June 15, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Alphretta Jane born September 28, 1857, married John Lee;
  2. Mary Ellen born September 28, 1859, married Chill Brown;
  3. Daniel Edwin born January 13, 1863, married Levermia Sweet;
  4. Martha Heller born February 6, 1866, married Alford Glazier;
  5. Mass born February 14, 1869, married Dollie Showells.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary Muir (Hughes) November 1, 1875, Heber City, Utah (daughter of George Muir and Margarette Hanna of Heber City, pioneers September 26, 1856, Daniel Ellsworth handcart company). She was born April 15, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Margarette Hughes, married Hirsha J. Davis;
  2. Elenor Roseltha, married Eugene Prestwich;
  3. Romaina, married Hosea L. Davis;
  4. Pearl, married Eugene Newell;
  5. Ross Kimball, married Pearl J. Williams;
  6. Burdell David.

Family home Provo Bench, Utah.

High Priest; worked on Nauvoo temple last seven months till completion. Walker Indian war veteran. Farmer and fruitgrower.

Sources:

Bunnell, Stephen Ithamar

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of David Edwin Bunnell and Sallie Heller Conrad). Born February 1, 1834, Brownstown, Michigan. Came to Utah October 5, 1862.

Married:Percia Cornelia Grover September 19, 1854, Provo, Utah (daughter of Thomas Grover and Eliza Nickerson of Provo, pioneers July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born December 27, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Stephen Ithamar born April, 1868, married Mary Elizabeth Gammon;
  2. David Conrad born September, 1860, died;
  3. Thomas William born November, 1862;
  4. Samuel Emery born March, 1864, married Julia Madsen;
  5. Percia Emma born June, 1866;
  6. Charles Albert born August, 1868;
  7. Leslie Lamond born August, 1870, married Ellen D. Johnson;
  8. Frederick Edwin born June, 1872, married Elizabeth Holland;
  9. Parley born February 1876;
  10. Caroline Melissa born August 1876, married Don C. Williams;
  11. Wilford Arthur born July, 1879;
  12. Vernie Lorenzo born February, 1882, married Edith Dilworth.

Family home Lake View, Utah.

Married:Ann Cable 1864, Salt Lake City (whose parents came to Utah 1850). She was born 1852.

Family home Lake View.

High Priest; ward teacher. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1857. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bunnell, George Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of David Edwin Bunnell and Sallie Heller Conrad). Born December 21, 1837, Brownstown, Michigan. Came to Utah October 6, 1852.

Married:Margarette Sulzer October 11, 1867, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah (daughter of Casper Sulzer and Kathryn Stiedler of Mehringen, Bern, Switzerland, pioneers September 22, 1861, Joseph W. Young company). She was born September 6, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Sallie Heller born May 30, 1869, died June 13, 1869;
  2. Margarette Eve born August 31, 1870, married George Van Wagoner;
  3. Kathryne born October 1, 1872, married Henry Epperson;
  4. George Henry born September 25, 1876, married Leona Campbell;
  5. Susan Elizabeth born April 13, 1878, married John Alva Baum;
  6. David Edwin born April 20, 1881, married Stella Peters;
  7. Rosetta Laverna born September 27, 1885, died February 3, 1891;
  8. Lillian Florence born October 7, 1888, died February 1, 1891;
  9. Iva born June 14, 1890, married E. J. Adams;
  10. Don Golden born March 6, 1895, died August 8, 1903.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Seventy. Assisted to bring immigrants to Utah. Stockraiser and farmer. Died April 1, 1908.

Sources:

Bunnell, Samuel Gardner

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of David Edwin Bunnell and Sallie Heller Conrad). Born in New Jersey. Came to Utah October 6, 1852.

Married:Ellen K. Zabriskie (daughter of Louis Zabriskie and Miss Higby).
Their children:
  1. Mary Kezia, married J. F. Allred;
  2. Sarah Ellen, married J. F. Allred;
  3. Samuel David born October 2, 1862, married Maryetta Moore;
  4. Steven Louis, married Lena Reese;
  5. Joseph (twin) died infant;
  6. Hiram (twin) died infant;
  7. Charlotta Minerva, married John Schofield;
  8. Amanda Rosetta, married N. P. Nelson;
  9. John Gardner, married Mary Baker;
  10. Emma, married James Nielson;
  11. Percia, married Hyrum Perry;
  12. Nellie died Infant;
  13. Jephtha.

Family home Spring City, Utah.

Sources:

Bunnell, Samuel David

(son of Samuel Gardner Bunnell and Ellen K. Zabriskie). Born October 26, 1862, at Provo, Utah.

Married:Maryetta Moore May 26, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Calvin White Moore and Catherine Elizabeth Allred of Massachusetts, pioneers 1848, with part of Mormon Battalion).
Their children:
  1. Maude born October 18, 1883, married Alexander Petty;
  2. Samuel Burton born August 6, 1886, married Louise Kofford;
  3. Calvin Leroy born March 25, 1889;
  4. Lulu Maryetta born August 24, 1891, married Montrose Killpatrick;
  5. Lee born August 25, 1889;
  6. Steven Louis born August 4, 1893;
  7. Nellie Blanche born December 13, 1901.

Family home Castle Dale, Utah.

Elder. Deputy sheriff; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bunot, Joseph Aime August

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Gabriel Toussain Bunot, born October 22, 1783. Snargent, Hauté Soane, France, and Mary Rose Rosaliè Morel Mottèt, born November, 1792, Morbier, France). He was born February 4, 1828, at Musinens, Department de l’Aln, France. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Adelaide Perrenoud 1866 in Switzerland (daughter of Jules Frederick and Chariot Benoit Perrenoud), who was born September 1, 1832, and died December 26, 1866, Salt Lake City.
Only child:
  1. Sidoniè Eliza Constance born January 6, 1856, married Thomas H. Roberts 1871.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Louise Richard 1862, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Fannie and John Louis Richards, pioneers). She was born November 12, 1834, Mont le Grand, Canton Vaud, Switzerland.
Their children:
  1. Joseph. Jr., married April 1863, died January 1869;
  2. Franck (adopted) born 1863;
  3. Walter born April, 1869, married Sarah Ralphs August 19, 1894;
  4. Aline Virgriniè born September 27, 1866, died March 21, 1891;
  5. Augustus George born April 4, 1871, died April 19, 1895;
  6. Aime Josephine Adeline, born January 1, 1874, died December 21, 1889;
  7. John Henry born October 20, 1876, died July 22, 1908.

Family home Henefer, Utah.

Married:Annie Hunt (Price) February, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Ann Hunt (Price), pioneers 1869). She was born September 1, 1852, Deptford, England.
Their children:
  1. Edward born 1870, died 1872;
  2. Felix Leonard born November, 1874, married Mary Elizabeth Dearden, 1897;
  3. Charles (twin) died;
  4. Charlotte (twin) died;
  5. Myrah Adelaide Annie born September, 1877;
  6. Lydia May born May 17, 1880;
  7. Frederic Ludovic born May 2, 1889;
  8. John Alma born November 18, 1886, Married November 7, 1906;
  9. Samuel Arthur born May 17, 1899.

Family home Henefer, Utah.

His grandfather was a captain-general, and his father receiver-principal, in the custom-houses of the French government. He fought in the French army, was in the campaign of Rome, 1848, and after leaving the army, located in Geneva, where he firs married. Missionary from Utah to France, Switzerland and Italy 1882; president 27th quorum seventies; high priest; patriarch. Was arrested June 6, 1889, at Ogden, and again July 6, 1890, at Henefer, for following his religious beliefs. Watchmaker; civil engineer for Union Pacific Railroad company. Justice of the peace; elected surveyor of Summit county 1872. Retired farmer, stockraiser and sheepman.

Sources:

Bunot, Walter

(son of Joseph Aime August Bunot and Louise Richard). Born in April, 1869, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Sarah Ralphs August 19, 1894. Salt Lake City (daughter of Fred Ralphs), who was born May 24, 1874, Plain City, Utah. They had five children, all girls.
Sources:

Burbank, Daniel, M.

Born December 3, 1814, in New York state. Came to Utah October 6, 1852, captain independent company.

Married:Abigail Blogit, who died en route to Utah.

Among their children was:

  1. Mary L. born January 30, 1844, married Henry L. Marble.
Married:Sarah S. Burbank, who was born February 10, 1835, Boston, Leeds County, Canada, and came to Utah with husband.
Among their children was:
  1. Sarah S. born July 12, 1866, married George Roland Williams October 25, 1883.
Sources:

Burbidge, James Rhoades

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854 but died en-route.

Born December 22, 1814, Bedford, England. Started for Utah in 1854, with ten-pound company and died en route.

Married:Mary Brown (daughter of John Brown and Edith Atterton of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England). She was born December 16, 1816.
Their children:
  1. James William born February 25, 1837, married Sarah J. Humphery;
  2. Catharine Emma born November 17, 1839, married Samuel P. Hoyt;
  3. Jesse Rhoades born March 1, 1844, married Catherine D. Pack;
  4. Mary Ann born January 11, 1851;
  5. Jane E. born October 31, 1848, married John K. Lemon;
  6. Lucy, married James McCormick.

Died May 15, 1854, Florence, Nebraska.

Sources:

Burbidge, Jesse Rhoades

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of James Rhoades Burbidge and Mary Brown). Born March 1, 1844, Bedfordshire, England. Came to Utah September 30, 1854, Darwin Richardson company.

Married:Catherine Devalla Pack August 14, 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Pack and Ruth Mosher of Kingston, Canada, pioneers July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born June 8, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Ruth Devalla born August 24, 1872, married Robert Dee King April 28, 1896;
  2. Jesse Elias born January 28, 1874, married Sarah Vivian Simpson September 1898;
  3. Ward Parley born May 4, 1876, married Orinda Park December 1901;
  4. Mary Ann born December 15, 1877;
  5. Emma Ursula born October 24, 1879, married Samuel Turnbow June 28, 1899;
  6. Catherine Emily born October 4, 1881, married Spencer Williams January 15, 1902;
  7. James Rhoades born August 8, 1883, married Florence J. Wilkinson September 10, 1912;
  8. William Allen born November 28, 1885;
  9. Henry Eugene born September 8, 1887, married Myrtle Woolstenhulme October 4, 1910;
  10. John Ashahel born January 4, 1890, died June 5, 1890;
  11. Lucy Celestia born March 16, 1891, died October 20, 1906;
  12. Zoa Sarah born June 6, 1893, married George Williams November 22, 1911;
  13. Anton Lemon born February 3, 1897;
  14. Laura born July 30, 1898, died.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Kamas, Utah.

Sources:

Burch, Daniel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Daniel Burch and Rebecca Dumford). Born November 5, 1803, Boone county, Kentucky. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Ann Wilson McClellen November 11, 1829 (daughter of James McClellen and Ann Giffin), who was born November 1, 1807, Hamilton county, Ohio.
Their children:
  1. John Milton born October 1830;
  2. William born July 4, 1832, married Ida Hazleton;
  3. James born December 10, 1835, married Nancy L. Stewart December 18, 1861;
  4. Robert McClellen born April 21, 1838, married Catherine J. Jenkins, 1865;
  5. Belinda born March 21, 1840, married John Matthew Clark January 24, 1858;
  6. Angeline born 1842;
  7. Emma born December 22, 1844, married John Westley Shoup 1870;
  8. Joseph born December 22, 1844;
  9. Elizabeth Nancy born January 31, 1849, married George Richard Hill December 18, 1872.

Family resided Nauvoo, Illinois, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Ogden, Utah.

Built first sawmill and grist mill in Weber county, and first ferry boat on Weber river.

Sources:

Burch, James

(son of Daniel Burch and Ann Wilson McClellen). Born December 10, 1835, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Married:Nancy Lorena Stewart December 18, 1861, Ogden, Utah (daughter of George Stewart and Ruth Baker, latter a pioneer September 24, 1847, Abraham O. Smoot company). She was born November 6, 1841, in Alabama
Their children:
  1. Ruth Ann born May 13, 1863, married David Stowell April 17, 1884;
  2. Nancy Jane born June 11, 1865;
  3. Emma Lorena born May 30, 1868, married Joseph B. Whitehead 1889;
  4. Eva Belinda born April 10, 1871;
  5. Cynthia Ella born November 10, 1872, married Lucius A. Humphrey June 30, 1898;
  6. Mary Elizabeth born October 11, 1875, married James Brown July 6, 1904;
  7. Edith Matilda born December 29, 1877, married Thomas H. Clifford November 22, 1899;
  8. James Edward born June 15, 1880, married Martha Selman;
  9. Florence born March 4, 1884, married Joseph B. Clark May 9, 1904;
  10. George McClellan born October 3, 1886.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Bishop’s first counselor and also second counselor at Ogden, Utah; high councilor twenty years. Policeman and school trustee at Ogden.

Sources:

Burch, Robert McClellen

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Daniel Burch and Ann Wilson McClellen). Born April 21, 1838. Hamilton county, Ohio. Came to Utah September 24, 1847.

Married:Catherine Jane Jenkins (daughter of Thomas Jenkins and Joanna Marshall, pioneers 1852). She was born August 22, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Robert M. born August 3, 1866, married Nellie A. Thompson December 13, 1888;
  2. Daniel born December 8, 1868, married Edith Stoker;
  3. Thomas G. born January 25, 1872;
  4. John William born December 28, 18,3;
  5. James Karry born October 5, 1875;
  6. Samuel Furgeson born June 7,1878, married Pearl Crandall;
  7. David Aaron born April 6, 1880;
  8. Heber born December 29, 1881;
  9. Henry born May 5, 1884, married Susie Arnold;
  10. Wilford Woodruff born March 4, 1886;
  11. Benjamin Jenkins born February 13, 1888;
  12. Lewis Marshall born April 27, 1891

Family home Weber county, Utah.

High priest. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Burgener, Jacob

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Jacob Burgener and Annie Touscher of Switzerland). Born April 13, 1824, in Switzerland. Came to Utah October, 1864, George W. Snow company.

Married:Marie Müllenatter in Switzerland (daughter of John Müllenatter), who was born September 22, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Marie, married Christy Shoney;
  2. Jacob and Annie, died;
  3. Christian, married Emelie Sulzer;
  4. John, married Mary Murri;
  5. Louisa, died.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Christian at Salt Lake City, who was born in 1835.

Family home in Switzerland.

Elder. Farmer and stockraiser. Died August 7, 1895 at Midway, Utah.

Sources:

Burgener, Christian

(son of Jacob Burgener and Marie Müllenatter). Born November 21, 1855, in Switzerland. Came to Utah 1864 with parents.

Married:Emelie Sulzer November 13, 1876, Heber, Utah (daughter of Casper Sulzer and Kathryne Stiedler of Meiringen, Switzerland, pioneers September 22, 1861, Joseph W. Young company. She was born September 5, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Emelie Irene born October 21, 1877, married John Fausett;
  2. Anna Elizabeth born June 11, 1879, married John E. Berg;
  3. Christian Ernest born June 12, 1881;
  4. Kathryne Bertha born May 9, 1883, married Fred Dummer;
  5. Margareth Agnes born March 16, 1885, married Abram Shields;
  6. Jacob Casper born March 30, 1887, married Minnie May Bunnell;
  7. John Elmer born January 31, 1889, died May 13, 1909;
  8. Frank Monroe born December 3, 1890;
  9. Charles Arthur born February 10, 1893;
  10. Mary Merle born October 6, 1895;
  11. Laverne born August 17, 1898;
  12. Maynard Lamont born November 7, 1899;
  13. Violet born January 22, 1904.

Family home Midway, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Burgener, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Jacob Burgener and Marie Müllenatter). Born March 31, 1858, in Switzerland. Came to Utah 1864 with parents.

Married:Mary Murri November 27, 1878, Midway, Utah (daughter of John Murri and Elizabeth Grosen of Affoltern, Switzerland). She was born April 16, 1861.
Their children:
  1. John Jacob born January 3, 1879, married Clara Durschi;
  2. George Albert born April 13, 1880, married Naomi Vail;
  3. Mary Elizabeth born April 11, 1881, married John Sulzer;
  4. Henry Alma born April 15, 1883, married Hazel McDonald;
  5. Edward Lawrence born January 18, 1887;
  6. William Walter born September 15, 1889;
  7. Grace Eva born January 6, 1893, married Willard McDonald;
  8. Karl Andrew born March 13, 1896, Joseph B. born June 24, 1899;
  9. Hazel May born December 20, 1902.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. Stockraiser and horticulturist.

Sources:

Burgess, George Martin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Horace Burgess and Almira Pulsipher and grandson of William Burgess and Violate Stockwell). Born April 2, 1839, in Clay county, Missouri. Came to Utah 1850, Captain Johnson company. (Aaron Johnson came September 8 and Thomas Johnson came September 12).

Married:Rhoda Ann Dykes April 16, 1864, St. George, Utah (daughter of George Parker Dykes and Dorcas Keeling of Washington county, Kentucky, pioneers 1852, Ezra T. Benson company. She was born in 1846.
Their children:
  1. George Edward, married Emily Jeffery;
  2. Mary Alice, married Samuel Alonzo Gardner
  3. Lillian, died child;
  4. Howard Lee, died;
  5. Ella May, married Orrin Henry Snow;
  6. Willard;
  7. Horace Martin, died;
  8. Lucy, married Daniel E. Hendrix;
  9. Ruth Fowler, married David Cannon Gardner;
  10. Ernest Hungate born January 3, 1884, married Donna Viola Miles;
  11. Clarence born January 29, 1886, married Jessie Reid.

President 29th quorum of seventies. Crossed plains three times as blacksmith. Black Hawk Indian and Echo Canyon wars veteran. Missionary among the Indians. Tanner. Pioneer of Lehi and later St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Burgess, Ernest Hungate

(son of George Martin Burgess and Rhoda Ann Dykes). Born January 3, 1884, in Pine Valley, Utah.

Married:to Donna Viola Miles June 3, 1908, Salt Lake City (daughter of William A. Miles and Lucretia A. Wightman of Salt Lake City and Payson). She was born January 18, 1884.
Their children:
  1. William Miles born March 11, 1910;
  2. Ernest Martin born October 28, 1911.

Family home Roosevelt, Utah.

Missionary to Germany 1904-07; president Berlin conference 1906-07; clerk of Duchesne stake; Sunday school superintendent; stake instructor of elders quorum. Deputy county attorney of Wasatch county. Principal of Roosevelt public schools 1911-12.

Sources:

Burgess, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

Came to Utah September 22, 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Violate Stockwell, who came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Horace, married Almira Pulsipher;
  2. Harrison, married Amanda Hammon;
  3. Hannah;
  4. Philope;
  5. William, Jr., married Mariah Pulsipher;
  6. Rosina;
  7. John;
  8. Frederick;
  9. Violate, married Richard Gibbons;
  10. Melancthon, married Margaret Mclntyre.

Family home in Pine Valley, Utah.

Sources:

Burgess, William, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of William Burgess and Violate Stockwell). Born March 1, 1822, Putnam county, New York. Came to Utah September 22, 1848.

Married:Mariah Pulsipher September, 1840, in Illinois (daughter of Zera Pulsipher and Mary Ann Brown, pioneers September 22, 1848). She was born June 17, 1822.
Their children:
  1. Mary Harriet born May 22, 1842, married Ezra Nelson Bullard;
  2. Cornelia born January 1843, married James Hughes;
  3. Juliet, married Joshua Chidester;
  4. William born 1848, died infant;
  5. Wilmer, married Jane Heath;
  6. James, married Mary Heath;
  7. Violate, married Joseph Meeks;
  8. William Harrison, married Mary Ann Davis;
  9. Anetta, married Orson Robins.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Missionary among Indians; high priest; counselor to President Thomas S. Smith. Indian war veteran and took part in Echo canyon trouble; colonel 2d regiment territorial militia 1854; captain 3d company 5th regiment Nauvoo Legion. Farmer and saw mill man. Helped build Nauvoo temple. Died March 14, 1904.

Sources:

Burgon, Willard C.

(son of James Burgon and Matilda Rook of Winchester, Hampshire, England). Born November 6, 1854, in Hampshire. Came to Utah July 4, 1872.

Married:Emma Crouch July 26, 1875, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Crouch and Caroline Baker of London, England, who came to Utah November 14, 1873). She was born March 3, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Emma Matilda born June 2, 1876, married Thomas F. Greenwood;
  2. Minnie Josephine born September 13, 1878, married William M. Cox;
  3. Willard Charles born September 28, 1880, married Ann Walker;
  4. Heber James born May 20, 1882, married Lulu M. Hanson;
  5. Albert Edward born July 16, 1884, married Bertha E. Hansen;
  6. Horace William born September 7, 1888, married Alice Graham;
  7. Franklin Ernest born September 25, 1890.

Family home Union, Salt Lake county, Utah.

Bishop Union ward 1900-10; president high priests quorum, Jordan stake; missionary to England 1896-97. Justice of peace. Mason and contractor.

Sources:

Burke, Charles Peter

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Andrew Burke and Anna Nielsen, born June 29, 1799, in Sweden). He was born August 11, 1837, Malmö, Sweden. Came to Utah November 9, 1866, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married:Betsey Christina Jensen June, 1859 (daughter of Jens Jensen and Kristen Andersen). She was born January 13, 1844, in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Betsey Ann born January 13, 1861, married Richard Parker January 28, 1880;
  2. Mary Jane born April 11, 1864, married Thomas R. Reeve;
  3. Amanda Jane born August 6, 1866, married Amos J. Workman;
  4. Charles born December 2, 1868, married Mary Sophia Peterson January 20, 1891;
  5. Oscar born July 16, 1871, married Elizabeth Humphries;
  6. Andrew born September 23, 1873;
  7. Hyrum born December 19, 1876, married Estella Pack.
Married:Annie Batilda Johnson September 1, 1880, St. George, Utah (daughter of Caroline Johnson), who was born August 9, 1856, Helsingborg, Sweden.
Their children:
  1. Wilhelmina born October 13, 1877 (adopted), married Thomas Cook;
  2. Caroline born July 6, 1882, married Alma Wright;
  3. Walter G. born October 22, 1884, married Amanda Johnson.
Married:Annie Andersen July 27, 1887, St. George, Utah (daughter of Anders Mortensen and Maren Jacobsen Andersen), who was born January 15, 1863 in Denmark,
Their children:
  1. Lula born December 24, 1885, (adopted), married Swan Burg;
  2. Alma born June 14, 1888, married Arintha Howdard;
  3. Arthur born December 19, 1889;
  4. Emily born July 2, 1892, married Godfrey Johnson;
  5. Clarence born October 3, 1895;
  6. Norah born April 1, 1900.

Settled at Spring City; moved to Dixie, then to Hinckley Utah, and later to Woodville, Idaho.

Sources:

Burke, Charles

(son of Charles Peter Burke and Betsey Christina Jensen). Born December 2, 1868, Virgin, Utah.

Married:Mary Sophia Peterson January 20, 1891, Deseret, Utah (daughter of Nels Mathias Peterson and Mary Elizabeth Woodard), who was born September 25, 1871, at Lehi, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Charles Walter born January 29, 1892;
  2. Pacosa Dean born March 1, 1894;
  3. Mary Juanita born April 25, 1896;
  4. Denzil born March 2, 1899;
  5. Newel Mathies born January 18, 1902;
  6. Elgin Alburn born November 7, 1905;
  7. Ferron P. born May 23, 1910.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists a daughter named “Pacosa” but her name is actually “Jacosa”

Sources:

Burnett, David

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Alexander Burnett, born 1783, at Carnoustie, and Margaret Robertson, born 1780, Abroath, Scotland). He was born February 14, 1814, at Abroath. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Isabell Ruxton (daughter of Alexander Ruxton and Mary Watt).
Their children:
  1. Nellie born January 24, 1833, married John Nichole;
  2. David born February 27, 1834, married Jane Buist;
  3. Jane born June 19, 1840, married James Smith;
  4. William born April 10, 1846, married Sarah Jane Wilde January 25, 1866;
  5. Margaret born September 19, 1850, married Thomas Bolenbrook.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Burnett, William

(son of David and Isabell Ruxton). Born April 10, 1846, Surmare, France.

Married:Sarah Jane Wilde January 25, 1866, Tooele, Utah (daughter of John Wilde who died February, 1911, and Nancy Randall). She was born November 28, 1844, Oldham, Lancashire England.
Their children:
  1. John W. born March 29, 1867, died September 10, 1867;
  2. Sarah born September 9, 1868, married John Fuller 1891;
  3. David born April 25, 1870, married Agnes Ririe June 23, 1897;
  4. William born August 25, 1871, (died December 1901), married Courtney A. Stallings 1900;
  5. Isabell born January 26, 1874, married Virgil born Stallings 1898;
  6. Matthew born July 31, 1875, married Rozeltha Fuller 1899;
  7. James born April 16, 1877, married Margaret Wilson 1901;
  8. Alice born November 16, 1879;
  9. Violet born June 6, 1880, died September 1880;
  10. Thomas born May 20, 1881, died April 12, 1904;
  11. Margaret E. born November 17, 1882, married Clarence Sage 1904;
  12. Alexander born May 18, 1884, married Myrtle Deffenbaugh 1904;
  13. George R. born September 2, 1885;
  14. Clara D. born April 22, 1888, married George Pope 1907.

Family resided Harrisville and Eden, Utah.

Sources:

Burnett, David

(son of William Burnett and Sarah Jane Wilde). Born April 25, 1870, Harrisville, Utah.

Married:Agnes Ririe June 23, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Ririe, pioneer September, 1853, Jacob Gates company, and Ann Boyack, pioneer October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company). She was born March 27, 1874, West Weber Utah.
Their children:
  1. Vila A. born April 22, 1898;
  2. Clista A. born May 23, 1900;
  3. Olive J. born October 15, 1903;
  4. Amy M. born January 28, 1906;
  5. Lola I. born April 27, 1908;
  6. Laverna E. born September 24, 1912
Sources:

Burnham, Wallace K.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848. Mayor of Richmond, Utah 1890-92.

(son of James Lewis Burnham and Mary Ann Huntley, of Vermont). Born January 24, 1838, Woodstock, Illinois. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Philinda Standley November 30, 1856, Bountiful, Utah (daughter of Alexander Standley and Philinda Upson of Suffield, Ohio, pioneers September, 1852, Joseph Howell company). She was born March 19, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Wallace Clinton born June 30, 1858, married Annie Hanson; married Annie Kim;
  2. James Lewis born February 21, 1860, married Amy Penrose;
  3. Maria Alvira born December 10, 1861, married Zephaniah Thomas;
  4. Alva Freeman born October 6, 1863, married Annie T. Egan;
  5. Clara born January 14, 1866, married Frederick G. Smith.
Married:Lydia Standley April 11, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alexander Standley and Philanda Upson), who was born December 13, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Cynthia born June 10, 1866, married James M. Fisher;
  2. Warren K. born October 6, 1868, married Mary Pitkin;
  3. Abbie born July 13, 1870, married Frederick Scholes;
  4. George S. born November 10, 1872, married Hattie Holstrom;
  5. Jasper Franklin born March 25, 1875, married Lolla Bess; married Nina Bowman;
  6. Carlton Alexander born March 22, 1877, married Sadie Fowler;
  7. Chloe born April 13, 1879, married J. W. James;
  8. Mary C. born November 23, 1881, married Otto Monson;
  9. Luther Charles born March 22, 1884, married Minnie Stout;
  10. Ether Guy born May 16, 1886;
  11. Emma born August 20, 1888;
  12. Sarah LaVon born March 1, 1892.

Family resided Richmond, Utah.

Bishop’s counselor Richmond ward twenty-five years. Commissioner Cache county 1888-90; mayor Richmond 1890-92; justice of peace.

Sources:

Burningham, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Thomas Burningham of Surrey, England). Born 1802, Hampshire, England. Came to Utah September 15, 1861, Ira Eldredge company.

Married:Sarah White 1827, Surrey, England. (daughter of John and Sarah White of Surrey, latter a pioneer 1861, Ira Eldredge company). She was born 1813.
Their children:
  1. John, married Elizabeth Glazier;
  2. Thomas, died infant;
  3. Mary Ann, died infant;
  4. Sarah, married Henry Harrison;
  5. James born February 18, 1836, married Jane C. Shaw April 7, 1857; married Martha Ashby September 27, 1883;
  6. Thomas, married Ellen Hook 1861; married Lucina Sessions;
  7. Alfred, married Mary Ann Barrett;
  8. Arthur, married Annie Bowers;
  9. Eliza, married Edwin Parker.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Member 70th quorum seventies; high priest. Farmer. Died in 1877 at Bountiful.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah list son named Arthur married to “Annie Bowers” but other sources show her name as “Annie Jane Dowers”. Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah list Thomas as being born in “1802” while other sources show birth date of “9 July 1803”.

Sources:

Burningham, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Thomas Burningham and Sarah White). Born February 18, 1836, Surrey, England. Came to Utah with father and family 1861.

Married:Jane C. Shaw April 7, 1857, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, who was born January 6, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Heber J. W. born May 25, 1858, married Etta Boynton; married Frances Thomas;
  2. Sarah Jane born March 3, 1860, married Jaren Tolman;
  3. Polly born February 26, 1863, married William J. Holbrook;
  4. Arthur John born March 20, 1866, married Sarah Ann Thurgood;
  5. Albert born September 9, 1868, died infant;
  6. Eliza Ann born October 4, 1870, married Granville Barlow;
  7. Julia Ann born March 31, 1873, married Thomas Sessions;
  8. Harry born April 29, 1876, died aged 21;
  9. James Valentine born February 14, 1879, married Annie Muir.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Martha Ashby September 27, 1883, Salt Lake Endowment house, Daniel H. Wells officiating (daughter of Benjamin Ashby and Ann Chester of Bountiful, pioneers September 26, 1856, Edmund Ellsworth handcart company). She was born September 26, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Martha L. born March 22, 1885, married James W. Webster;
  2. Tracy Ralph born September 1, 1887, married Bernigna Day;
  3. Maud born April 4, 1889;
  4. Bryant A. born February 12, 1894.

Family home Bountiful.

Member 70th quorum seventies; missionary to England 1879-81; high priest; block teacher. School trustee at Bountiful. General merchant; gardener.

Sources:

Burningham, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Thomas Burningham and Sarah White). Came to Utah with father.

Married:Ellen Hook 1861, Bountiful, Utah, Bishop Stoker officiating (daughter of Richard Hook and Alice Bryant of Walden, Sussex, England, latter a pioneer August 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson handcart company). She was born January 20, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Mary E., married Isaac Spencer March 4, 1879;
  2. Thomas A., married Eliza Alford;
  3. “William H., married Sarah Burton;
  4. Emily R., died infant;
  5. Madeline A., married John Ashton;
  6. Heber J., married Lavenia Porter;
  7. Frank A., married Katie Tolman; married Martha Lunsford;
  8. Louis L., married Emma Lunsford;
  9. George E., married Amelia Ixter;
  10. Charles Lester, married Emma King;
  11. Annie L., married Harvey Sessions.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Lucina Sessions.

Member 70th quorum seventies; high priest; ward teacher; missionary to England 1893-94. Farmer and market gardener. Died 1893, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Burns, Charles

(son of Ellen Marsden of Nottingham, England). Born November 3, 1831, Nottingham, England. Came to Utah August 19, 1868, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Martha Fretwell November 15, 1851, in England, who was born March 9, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ellen, married Edward Tomlinson;
  2. Joseph, married Eliza J. Madden;
  3. Charles born July 3, 1859, married Susannah Stacey;
  4. Sarah, married James Stacey;
  5. Martha, married Levi Harker;
  6. Ellen, married Benjamin Matkin;
  7. Hannah, married John Blackburn.

Family resided in England and Salt Lake City. Pioneer. Died October 11, 1904.

Sources:

Burns, Charles, Jr.

(son of Charles Burns and Martha Fretwell). Born July 3, 1859, Brampton, Derbyshire, England.

Married:Susannah Stacey November 22, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Stacey and Susannah Worrall of England. She was born February 22, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Frank Charles born August 13, 1883, married Esther Briggs;
  2. Martha born June 9, 1885, married George Briggs, Jr.;
  3. May born April 30, 1887, married James E. Haws;
  4. Joseph born January 14, 1890;
  5. Minnie born March 24, 1892, married Lawrence born Squires;
  6. Edward Linus born July 8, 1894;
  7. Henry Stacey born February 4, 1897;
  8. Susie Alice born May 24, 1900;
  9. Lawrence Earl born January 2, 1907.

Family resided at Salt Lake City, Utah, and at Archer, Idaho.

Bishop’s counselor in 1902.

Sources:

Burns, Enoch

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

Born November 2, 1807, Ascot, Sherbrooke county, Lower Canada (Quebec). Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Elizabeth Jane Pierce January 11, 1842, Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Bethsinah born November 5, 1842;
  2. Franklin born January 3, 1845;
  3. Enoch born August 6, 1847;
  4. Martha Jane born January 21, 1849;
  5. Elizabeth Ann born February 17, 1857;
  6. Mary Ellen born August 4, 1852;
  7. John Franklin born February 24, 1855;
  8. Ruth born June 30, 1857;
  9. Amanda born June 29, 1860;
  10. Jacob Armstead born May 13, 1863;
  11. Sarah born March 17, 1867.
Sources:

Burraston, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

Born April 21, 1837, Devonshire, England. Came to Utah 1852, James Cummings company.

Married:Elizabeth Dall, who came to Utah 1854, Jacob Hoffines company.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married John R. Morgan July 23, 1890;
  2. William born October 5, 1865, married Mary C. Morgan January 1903;
  3. James born December 2, 1867, married Esther Ercanbrack July, 1894;
  4. Albert born March 24, 1870, married Ella Brown August 1894;
  5. John born July 20, 1874, died March 10, 1875;
  6. David born May 5, 1876, married Lucinda Nealson April, 1909;
  7. Maud born January 8, 1878, died October 30, 1880;
  8. Myrtle born February 27, 1880, married Frank Sloan May, 1904;
  9. Eddie born April 20, 1882, died April 16, 1887;
  10. Rebecca born September 6, 1884, married Irvin Jasperson April, 1909;
  11. Sarah born September 6, 1884;
  12. Anthony born August 10, 1887, died November 27, 1889;
  13. May born July 4, 1896.

Came with the first company taking the road from Council Bluffs, around the “Horn,” and assisted in building this road. Took part in Walker Indian war 1853-67. He settled and has resided at Goshen. Member LDS Church.

Sources:

Burridge, George Wilcox

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Thomas Burridge, born April 17, 1782, and Annie Wilcox, born April 3, 1781, both in England). He was born January 17, 1813, in Somersetshire, England. Came to Utah October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Hannah Shaw November 16, 1847 (daughter of John Shaw and Jane Norrie, latter a pioneer 1865). She was born December 27, 1827, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. George Dennis born November 16, 1848, died July 23, 1849;
  2. Charlotte Hannah born March 23, 1851, married Joseph W. Steele November, 1867;
  3. Thomas Lorenzo born December 2, 1853, married Alice Mclntosh January 6, 1881;
  4. Annie Jane born January 24, 1856, died February 26, 1857;
  5. Pauline born February 26, 1858, married Isaac James Neddo January 8, 1880;
  6. Daniel Shaw born November 2, 1861, died.

Family home St. John, Tooele county, Utah.

Missionary in Scotland and England; and to Italy 1853; high priest; bishop St. John ward 20 years. Manager St. John co-operative store 20 years. Farmer. Died September, 1891.

Sources:

Burridge, Thomas Lorenzo

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of George Wilcox Burridge and Hannah Shaw). Born December 2, 1853, Valetta, Isle of Malta. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Alice Maria Mclntosh January 8, 1881. Salt Lake City (daughter of William Mclntosh and Maria Caldwell of St. John, Utah, pioneers 1852). She was born September 16, 1858.
Their children:
  1. George Thomas born January 19, 1882;
  2. William McIntosh born October 6, 1883 died November 30, 1903;
  3. Franklin Dennis born December 7, 1885;
  4. Alice Marie born January 1, 1888, died May 12, 1896;
  5. Jared born January 2, 1890, died September 15, 1890;
  6. Theol Lorenzo born November 18, 1891.

Family home St. John.

Seventy; ward teacher; assistant Sunday school superintendent St. John ward. Justice of peace. Pioneer to Cottonwood Creek. Farmer and sheepraiser. Died April 12, 1891.

Sources:

Burrows, David C.

(son of William C. Burrows and Catherine Louder; former born November 6, 1828, County Down Ireland; latter December 10, 1830, Grayson county, Virginia). He was born June 23, 1860, Salt Lake county.

Married:Emeline Woodruff August 18, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of President Wilford Woodruff and Sarah D. Stocking), who was born July 26, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Wilford C. born July 6, 1888, married Treste Smith;
  2. David Elmer born September 13, 1890, married Ethel Buick;
  3. Lewis L. born May 8, 1892, married Myrle Snyder;
  4. Lulu E. born July 3, 1894, died child;
  5. Ruby F. born February 25, 1896, died infant.
Sources:

Burrows, James Bascom

(son of William Henderson Burrows, born July 22, 1883, in East Tennessee, and Elizabeth Harmon Collins, born October 27, 1845, Tyler, Texas; married May, 1860). He was born July 13, 1861, Denton county, Texas. Came to Utah September, 1890.

Married:Lucy Emma Workman September 11, 1891 (daughter of Abram Smith Workman and Millie Bethenia Devoo). She was born November 21, 1874.
Their children:
  1. James Henry born August 2, 1892;
  2. Effie Harmon born December 22, 1894, married S. B. Riggs July 20, 1910;
  3. Lucy Myrtle born February 5, 1896.
Married:Mary Ann Hatch June 14, 1905. Hatch, Utah (daughter of Meltiar Hatch and Mary Ann Ellis, former a member of the Mormon Battalion and pioneer October 1849, Enoch Reese company; married May 9, 1856, Bountiful, Utah). She was born March 10, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Carl Bascom born February 24, 1906;
  2. Horace J. born September 15, 1907;
  3. Herbert C. born July 30, 1909.

Missionary to eastern states 1899-91; bishop Hatch ward 1905. School teacher in Garfield 1890-99 and 1902-05; school trustee Georgetown 1894; postmaster there 1894, and of Hatch 1908; justice of peace Hillsdale 1898.

Sources:

Burt, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Thomas Burt of Edinburgh, Scotland). Born January 8, 1822, Ballantrae, Scotland. Came to Utah October 19, 1862, Horton D. Haight company.

Married:Mary McBride December 4, 1841, Glasgow, Scotland (daughter of James McBridge of Ballantrae), who was born August 28, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Ellen, married Robert Miller;
  2. James, married Annie Hughes;
  3. John, married Hulda;
  4. Elizabeth, married Walter Lindsay;
  5. Mary Alice, died aged 10;
  6. Mary, married Thomas Atkinson;
  7. Christina, married John Clark.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Eden, Utah.

High priest and Sunday school superintendent at Eden. Blacksmith; farmer. Died July 15, 1904, Liberty, Utah.

Sources:

Burt, James, Jr.

(son of James Burt and Mary McBride). Born September 26, 1846, Merry Marder, Scotland. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Annie Hughes July 12, 1867, Farmington, Utah (daughter of William and Katherine Hughes of Liberty, Utah, pioneers 1860). She was born August 26, 1848.
Their children:
  1. James T., died aged 12;
  2. William, died infant;
  3. Katherine, died aged 2;
  4. John E., married Salista Keyser;
  5. George S., married Mary Flower;
  6. Robert married Jennie ____;
  7. Samuel, married Salista Short;
  8. Mary, married Alfred Penrod;
  9. Albert, married Florence Holmes;
  10. Bertha, married Edward Clark;
  11. Ellen, married Joseph Graham;
  12. Annie, married William Sheetz;
  13. Jeanette, married Amos Hall;
  14. LeRoy;
  15. Walter, died infant;
  16. Wilfred, died infant.
Married:Agnes Waldrum April, 1898, Salt Lake City (daughter of Lorenzo Waldrum and Maria Butler of North Ogden, Utah), She was born in 1860.
Only child:
  1. Agnes born April 1, 1901.

Member 60th quorum seventies; Sunday school teacher; 2nd counselor to President E. W. Davis. Farmer. Died February 19, 1907.

Sources:

Burt, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

Born 1817, Fifeshire, Scotland. Came to Utah October 19, 1862, Horton D. Haight company.

Married:Margerite Burt 1837, Fifeshire, Scotland, who was born 1823.
Their children:
  1. Annie, married George Irvine;
  2. Peter G., married Ellen Condie;
  3. Marguerite, married Andrew Scott;
  4. Jane, married Robert Snedden;
  5. John, married Mary Sedden;
  6. Mary, married George Burt;
  7. Adam, married Ann Reese.

Family home 6th ward. Salt Lake City.

Seventy.

Sources:

Burt, Peter G.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of John and Margerite Burt). Born December 24, 1840. Came to Utah 1862 with parents.

Married:Ellen Condie October 17, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of Gibson Condie and Cecelia Sharp of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1850). She was born April 27, 1849, St. Louis, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Margerite born October 20, 1871, died infant;
  2. Elizabeth born January 30, 1873, married William Shipley;
  3. Nellie born August 23, 1876, married John D. Brown;
  4. Cecelia born August 9, 1880, married William Brinton.

Family home 6th ward. Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Burton, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Burton of Lancashire, England). Born 1832 in Lancashire. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Hannah Thompson at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. John, married Mary Wesley;
  2. William T., married May Done;
  3. George O., married Annie M. Gallon;
  4. Walter E., married Ophelia Bodden;
  5. Sarah J., married Earnest Hamer.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder; block teacher. Carpenter and builder. Died 1911, 6th ward, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Burton, George O.

(son of John Burton and Hannah Thompson). Born September 23, 1869, 6th ward, Salt Lake City.

Married:Annie M. Gallon January 25, 1899, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Gallon and Maria Gutteridge of Salt Lake City, pioneers October 15, 1863, Samuel D. White company). She was born November 26, 1871.
Their children:
  1. LaVon born March 2, 1900;
  2. George Alva born September 10, 1901, died aged 1 year;
  3. Florence Lona born March 27, 1905;
  4. Nellie born April 4, 1908, died aged 1 year;
  5. Lester LaMar born January 25, 1911.

Family home Liberty ward. Salt Lake City.

Police officer; motorman; carpenter.

Sources:

Burton, Joseph F.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Joseph Burton and Eliza Cussworth). Born June 1, 1849. Came to Utah November, 1856.

Married:Nancy Brooks May 30, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alexander and Mary Brooks of Marion, Smythe county, Virginia).
Their children:
  1. Joseph, died infant;
  2. John, married Maybell Lundgreen;
  3. William, married Marian Belle Allred;
  4. Mary, married Frederick Larsen;
  5. James, married Almira Allred;
  6. Eliza;
  7. Martha, married Moroni Johansen;
  8. Susan;
  9. Clarence, died infant;
  10. Nancy, died infant;
  11. Henry;
  12. Coleman;
  13. Ellis, died infant;
  14. Ella, died infant.

Family home Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher. Served in Black Hawk war, One of the earliest settlers of Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Farmer.

Sources:

Burton, William L.

(son of Joseph F. Burton and Nancy Brooks). Born March 2, 1878, Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Married:Marian Belle Allred October 10, 1906, Salt Lake City (daughter of Milford A. Allred and Elizabeth Johnson of Salt Lake City). She was born May 8, 1883.
Their children:
  1. Virginia Belle born July 18, 1907;
  2. Milford L. born October 30, 1909;
  3. Joseph William born September 30, 1911.

Family home Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Missionary to southern states 1906-08; elder; ward teacher; home missionary; assistant Sunday school superintendent.

Sources:

Burton, Robert Taylor

Note

He was a member of the presiding bishopric of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) from 1874 until his death. He was also one of the principal officers in the Nauvoo Legion during its Utah reconstitution (including the Utah War) and led the territorial militia against the Morrisites during the 1862 Morrisite War.

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(son of Samuel Burton of Yorkshire and Hannah Shipley of Lincolnshire, England). Born October 25, 1821, Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. Came to Utah September 23, 1848, Captain Allen’s division of Brigham Young company.

Married:Maria S. Haven December 18, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of John Haven and Judith Temple of Holliston, Massahusettes, pioneers 1848, Captain Allen company). She was born April 10, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Theresa, married Louis S. Hills;
  2. William Shipley, married Julia M. Home, married Eloise Crismon;
  3. Robt. Taylor, married Roselia M. Salisbury;
  4. Charles Samuel, married Julia Young, married Josephine Beatty;
  5. John Haven, married Catherine Ferguson;
  6. Lafayette Grant, married Ella Mitchel;
  7. Albert Temple, died;
  8. Florence May, married Edwin E. Wilcox;
  9. Mary Amelia, married Ezra Stevenson;
  10. Heber Kimball, married Clara Herman.
Married:Sarah A. Garr February 6, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of Fielding Garr and Pauline Turner of Indiana, pioneers 1847). She was born September 24, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Henry Fielding, married Anna Gibbs;
  2. Franklin Garr, died;
  3. Alfred Jones, married Elizabeth Pearl;
  4. Alice Maria, died;
  5. Lyman Wells, married Ella Cummings;
  6. Elbert Turner, married Ida Larson;
  7. Edward Leon, married Isabella Armstrong;
  8. Theodore Taylor, married Florence Moyle;
  9. Ada May;
  10. Virginia Louisa, married Ralph Cutler;
  11. Austin Garr, married Leonora McMillen;
  12. Hardy Garr, married Florence Self.
Married:Susan E. McBride February 6, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of William McBride and Ellen Borum of Pennsylvania, pioneers 1848).
Their children:
  1. Willard Gushing, married Mary Jane Gardener;
  2. Hosea McBride;
  3. George;
  4. Walter James, married Lucy Brown;
  5. Sarah Elizabeth, married Robert Fenton.

Families resided at Salt Lake City.

Bugler in 1st company of cavalry of Nauvoo Legion. Once a member of Nauvoo brass band. Constable of Salt Lake City 1852; TJ. S. deputy marshal 1853 and many years afterward; sheriff, assessor and collector Salt Lake county 1854-74. Went to meet belated handcart companies, 1856. Served in Echo canyon war. Territorial deputy marshal 1861. Commanded posse sent against seceding Morrisites June 12, 1862. U. S. internal revenue collector for Utah, by appointment of President Lincoln 1862-69. Missionary to Illinois, Michigan and Ohio; counselor to Bishop Andrew Cunningham of 15th ward, Salt Lake City, and in 1867 became bishop of that ward; missionary to eastern states 1869 and to Europe 1873; president London conference; second counselor to Edward Hunter, and after his death became first counselor to William B. Preston (presiding bishops). Took an active part in early Indian troubles; first a captain Company A, then commissioned major, and afterward major-general Utah militia by Governor Durkee in 1868. Assessor of Salt Lake county 1880; member city council 1856-73; and member legislative council (territorial senate) 1855-87. While serving in the legislature in 1876, he, Abraham O. Smoot, and Silas S. Smith, were appointed a committee to arrange, compile and publish all the laws of the Territory of Utah then in force. Member board of regents University of Deseret 1880-84. Died November 11, 1907, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Burton, William Shipley

(son of Robert Taylor Burton and Maria Haven). Born September 27, 1850, Salt Lake City.

Married:Julia Marion Horne March 6, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Horne and Mary I. Hale of Nauvoo, pioneers 1847). She was born August 12, 1851.
Only child:
  1. Julia Home born October 24, 1873, died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Eloise Crismon June 11, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Crismon and Mary L. Tanner of Nauvoo, pioneers 1847). She was born September 26, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Evaline born August 14, 1880, married James W. Burt;
  2. Leone born June 27, 1882;
  3. Theresa born September 28, 1883, married Charles W. Brown;
  4. Eloise born September 30, 1885, married John N. Scoville;
  5. Vernico born September 15, 1887, married Edwin D. Hatch;
  6. Florence and Ralph Shipley born November 17, 1893;
  7. Helen Crismon born September 28, 1896;
  8. George Crismon born August 7, 1898, died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 2d quorum seventies; missionary to Great Britain 1877-79; counselor in bishopric of 14th ward 1909. County assessor; county sheriff. Mining man.

Sources:

Burton, Robert Walton

(son of James Burton and Isabelle Walton). Born April 29, 1826, Arsgail, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah September, 1861.

Married:Mary Ann Mathews May 9, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jeremiah Mathews and Ann Martin), who was born September 2, 1851, North Hill Parish, England.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born March 12, 1871, married Michael Clark 1893;
  2. Charles H. born December 9, 1872, married Sophia Loynd March 28, 1900;
  3. Christopher M. born June 12, 1874, married Emeline Hill April 14, 1897;
  4. Robert born May 12, 1876, married Mary A. Card September, 1901;
  5. Sarah E. born August 11, 1878, married Joseph Mortenson June, 1904;
  6. Rachel born April 24, 1881, married George Hinkle October 14, 1908;
  7. Thomas A. born May 16, 1883;
  8. James A. born April 10, 1885;
  9. Rosella born March 9, 1887, married Earl Tribe December 23, 1909;
  10. Chancy W. born April 30, 1891;
  11. Lillian M. born May 6, 1897.

Family home Kaysville, Davis County, Utah.

A pioneer of Bear Lake valley, Utah. Veteran Black Hawk war. Sheriff 17 years.

Sources:

Burton, Charles H.

(son of Robert Walton Burton and Mary Ann Mathews). Born December 9, 1872, Kaysville, Utah.

Married:Sophia Loynd March 28, 1900, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Loynd, pioneer November 30, 1866, Edward Martin handcart company, and Mary Earney, pioneer September 15, 1866, William Henry Chipman company). She was born May 12, 1878, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Charles Kenneth born September 12, 1902;
  2. Russell L. born March 18, 1904;
  3. Sherman L. born November 28, 1906;
  4. Mildred born July 10, 1908;
  5. Ralph Walton born October 11, 1910.
Sources:

Burton, William Walton

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of James Burton, born July 7, 1800, Arsgail, Yorkshire, England, and Isabelle Walton, born April, 1802). He was born March 23, 1833, Bradford, Yorkshire. Came to Utah September 23, 1864, Job Smith company.

Married:Rachel Fielding March 28, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Fielding and Hannah Greenwood, married June 11, 1838, Preston, England, pioneers 1848, Captain Lott company). She was born June 27, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Isabelle born December 26, 1856, married Fred Foulger December 21, 1874;
  2. Hannah born January 14, 1859, married Moroni S. Poulter September 6, 1878;
  3. Joseph Fielding born March 3, 1861, married Mary A. E. Driver March 31, 1886;
  4. William Fielding born November 10, 1862, married Marian Treseder August 1, 1888;
  5. Rachel born February 14, 1865, married Zachariah Ballantyne 1886;
  6. Sarah Ellen born December 14, 1866, married Fred Foulger 1886;
  7. James Fielding born May 18, 1868;
  8. Mary Eliza born July 4, 1870, died;
  9. Martha born October 11, 1872, married Isaac M. Cooley September 12, 1900;
  10. Christopher Fielding born June 4, 1875, married Miriam Van Orden April 19, 1906;
  11. Robert Ibbotson born February 9, 1879, married Letitia Jane Richards December 2, 1903;
  12. Vilate Pearl born June 20, 1881;
  13. Julina May born October 21, 1884, died child.

Family resided Kaysville, Mill Creek and Ogden, Utah.

Married:Ellen Fielding November 2, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Fielding and Hannah Greenwood), who was born February 9, 1841, Preston, England.
Their children:
  1. Mercy Rachel born July 29, 1863, married T. J. Stevens 1885;
  2. Margaret born September 11, 1866, married Hyrum Barlow January 2, 1889;
  3. Heber Fielding born March 6, 1868, married Delecta Ballantyne December 14, 1898;
  4. Hyrum Fielding born 1870, died child;
  5. John Fielding born June 26, 1873, married Musetta Porter April, 1897;
  6. Lucy died;
  7. Mabel born May 19, 1877, died;
  8. Reuben Fielding born March 10, 1880, married Caroline C. Call.
Married:Sarah Ann Fielding May 23, 1870 (daughter of Joseph Fielding and Hannah Greenwood), who was born May 19, 1851, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Fielding born May 12, 1871, married Alice Maud Call June 22, 1898;
  2. Arthur Fielding born June 30, 1873, married Kittie C. Dixon October 10, 1894;
  3. Alice Ann born September 2, 1875, married Clarence Gardener October 8, 1897;
  4. Parley Parson born July 10, 1878, died;
  5. Wilford Fielding born May 17, 1882, married Ivie Irene Rainey December 22, 1910;
  6. Emma born August 10, 1884, died;
  7. Ephraim Fielding born April 3, 1886;
  8. George Fielding born April 27, 1888, married Mary Frances Poulter June 14, 1911;
  9. Josephine born December 23, 1890.

Missionary to England 1851-63. Settled at Kaysville, 1854; moved to Ogden 1860 and taught school 12 years; Weber county superintendent of schools. Member 17th quorum seventies; first counselor to Bishops Joseph Parry (Ogden) and George Osmond, president Star Valley stake; high councilor Weber stake. Ogden city councilman three terms; president William W. Burton & Sons company. Burton Mercantile association; Burton Creamery association, Afton, Wyoming

Sources:

Burton, Joseph Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Rachel Fielding). Born March 3, 1861, in Weber county, Utah.

Married:Mary A. E. Driver March 31, 1886, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Driver and Charlotte E. Boulter of Ogden, Utah). She was born August 28, 1866, Wandsworth, Surrey, England.
Their children:
  1. Rachel Emblem born July 4, 1889;
  2. Joseph Howard born May 18, 1891;
  3. Lee Driver born February 19, 1893;
  4. Ida May born September 20, 1894;
  5. Vilate Pearl born July 12, 1896;
  6. Charlotte born January 6, 1898;
  7. Mary Ellen born July 8, 1899;
  8. Margaret born September 4, 1902.

Family resided Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Member Ogden board of education 1894-96; vice president W. W. Burton & Sons company, Burton Mercantile company, and Burton Creamery association; manager, secretary-treasurer Utah Implement and Vehicle company.

Sources:

Burton, William Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Rachel Fielding). Born November 10, 1862, Kaysville, Utah.

Married:Marian Treseder August 1, 1888, Logan, Utah, who was born October 18, 1862.
Sources:

Burton, James F.

(son of William Walton Burton and Rachel Fielding). Born May 18, 1868.

Assistant cashier First National Bank of Ogden.

Sources:

Burton, Robert Ibbotson

(son of William Walton Burton and Rachel Fielding). Born February 9, 1879, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Letitia Jane Richards December 2, 1903, Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles C. Richards and Letitia L. Peery), who was born February 2, 1879, at Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Robert Richards born April 24, 1906;
  2. Charles Richards born January 1, 1909.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Assistant stake superintendent Sunday schools Weber stake 2 years; 2d president 77th quorum seventies. Secretary William W. Burton & Sons company, Burton Mercantile company, and Burton Creamery association.

Sources:

Burton, Heber Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Ellen Fielding). Born March 6, 1868, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Mary Delecta Ballantyne December 14, 1898, Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard A. Ballantyne and Mary Ann Stewart), who was born April 7, 1877, at Ogden.
Their children:
  1. Esther born August 7, 1900;
  2. Winfield Ballantyne born May 26, 1902;
  3. Stewart Ballantyne born September 2, 1904;
  4. Richard Ballantyne born October 30, 1906;
  5. Margaret born June 10, 1908;
  6. Katherine born January 6, 1910;
  7. Minerva born February 6, 1912.

Family resided Ogden, Utah and Afton, Wyoming.

Superintendent Sunday schools Star valley stake. Bookkeeper ZCMI, Ogden, Utah, 1890-93, and for Shurtliff & Company, joint agent for R. G. W. and Union Pacific coal department, Ogden. Secretary Utah commission to Trans-Mississippi exposition 1898.

Sources:

Burton, Reuben Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Ellen Fielding). Born March 10, 1880, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Caroline Charlotte Call February 22, 1908, Salt Lake City (daughter of Anson Vasco Call, Jr., and Alice Jeanette Farnham), who was born April 22, 1888, Afton, Wyoming. Family resided Ogden, Utah, Afton and Freedom, Wyoming.

Stake secretary YMMIA 1907-08; secretary California mission 1908-10; member Sunday school stake board. City treasurer, Afton, 1904-05.

Sources:

Burton, Thomas Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Sarah Ann Fielding). Born May 12, 1871, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Alice Maud Call June 22, 1898, Salt Lake temple (daughter of Anson Vasco Call, Jr., and Alice Jeanette Farnham), who was born July 12, 1881, Bountiful, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Alice born October 13, 1899;
  2. Lila Maud born July 3, 1901;
  3. Cumorah born August 12, 1903;
  4. Belva born April 18, 1905;
  5. Ellen born October 28, 1906;
  6. Fielding born July 18, 1908;
  7. Rachel born May 29, 1910;
  8. Louise born January 18, 1912.

Family home Afton, Wyoming.

Ordained a high priest August 14, 1892, by President Joseph F. Smith; served as counselor in bishopric of Afton ward up to August 13, 1899; alternate high councilor 1899-1901; member high council Star valley stake from 1901 to present time; home missionary since 1899; member Sunday school and YMIA stake boards, also stake organist of same organizations, and of the latter since 1892; officer in Afton ward Sunday school since 1888. President Star Valley high school since its organization in 1910, and of Afton brass band. Manager William W. Burton ranch until October, 1908. Director and bookkeeper Burton Creamery association and Burton Mercantile company since 1908.

Sources:

Burton, Wilford Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Sarah Ann Fielding). Born May 17, 1882, Ogden Utah.

Married:Ivie Irene Rainey December 22, 1910, Salt Lake City (daughter of David William Rainey and Mary Marie Olsen), who was born February 22, 1884, Richmond, Utah.
Sources:

Burton, Ephraim Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Sarah Ann Fielding). Born April 3, 1886.

In charge of Burton Creamery association; graduate of Agricultural college of Utah.

Sources:

Burton, George Fielding

(son of William Walton Burton and Ann Fielding). Born April 27, 1888, Afton, Wyoming.

Married:Mary Frances Poulter June 14, 1911, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Poulter and Mary Elizabeth Jackson), who was born August 17, 1888, Ogden, Utah.
Sources:

Busby, John

Note

Conductor and driver of first mule streetcars in Salt Lake City.

Born March 10, 1833. Came to Utah with an oxteam company.

Married:Harriet Emma Killian at Salt Lake City
Their children:
  1. John K., married Eliza Knight;
  2. Andrew Edward, married Julia Brooks;
  3. Ellen M., married William Andrew Luke;
  4. Mary Emma, married William Watkins;
  5. Lucy Alice, married James Kelly Latitia, died;
  6. Samuel George, married Anna Dangerfield;
  7. Martha Jane, married Ernest Harmon.

Family home Salt Lake City

Elder. Tanner. Conductor and driver of first mule streetcars in Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Busenbark, Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

Born in Niagara county, New York. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Abigail Manning, of New Jersey. She died on the plains en route to Utah.
Among their children was:
  1. Sarah Jane, who married Newton Daniel Hall in 1843. They came to Utah September 28, 1847, with Vincent Shurtleff company.
Sources:

Bush, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

Born August 7, 1811. Came to Utah 1865. Cyrus H. Wheelock company.

Married:Sophia Humphries of Newport, Monmouthshire, South Wales, England, who was born November 16, 1814.
Their children:
  1. William James, married Angeline Luddington;
  2. Sophia, married William Stradling;
  3. Henry Isaac born April 17, 1846, married Eveline Virginia Noe, February 14, 1878;
  4. James Humphries born November, 1848;
  5. Joseph born 1854.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

High priest and choir leader. Basket maker and farmer. Died March 10, 1879.

Sources:

Bush, Henry Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of James Bush and Sophia Humphries. Born April 17, 1846, Newport, Wales. Came to Utah 1865 with parents.

Married:Eveline Virginia Noe February 14, 1878, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abram Noe and Mary Jane Winslow of Cincinnati, Ohio). She was born November 27, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Mary Eveline born December 30, 1878;
  2. Henry Isaac born November 9, 1879;
  3. Joseph Edward born November 16, 1881, married Rachel Harriet Easier;
  4. Emily Jane born April 15, 1883;
  5. James Abraham born June 14, 1885;
  6. Harmon Winslow born December 3, 1889;
  7. Benjamin Ray born May 10, 1893.

Family home Pleasant Grove.

High priest. Worked on Salt Lake temple. Farmer.

Sources:

Bush, James Humphries

(son of James Bush and Sophia Humphries). Born November 28, 1848, Monmouthshire. Wales. Came to Utah 1855 with parents.

Elder. Veteran of Black Hawk war. Farmer.

Sources:

Bushman, Martin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Abraham Bushman, born April 12, 1767, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, and Esther Franks, born October 6, 1764, married January 12, 1788). He was born April 1, 1802, Lascaster county, Pennsylvania, came to Utah October, 1851, Captain Kelsey company.

Married:Elizabeth Degen (daughter of John Casper Degen and Maria Graff). She was born September 12, 1802.
Their children:
  1. Henry born December 11, 1827, and Maria born January 31, 1829, died;
  2. Jacob born July 27, 1830, married Charlotte Turley March 2, 1858;
  3. Sarah A. born January 9, 1833, married Alonzo D. Rhodes;
  4. Abraham born July 19, 1835. and Elizabeth born November 9, 1837, died;
  5. Martin B. born February 6, 1841, married Lucinda Goodwin;
  6. John born June 7, 1843, married Lois A. Smith February 11, 1865;
  7. Hetty A. B. born November 28, 1845, died;
  8. Elias A. born December 6, 1849, married Margaret Zimmerman.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

High priest. Died October 18, 1870.

Sources:

Bushman, Jacob

(son of Martin Bushman and Elizabeth Degen). Born July 27, 1830, in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October, 1851.

Married:Charlotte Turley March 2, 1857, San Bernardino, California (daughter of Theodore Turley and Frances Kimberley of San Bernardino pioneers October 19, 1848, Amasa M. Lyman company). She was born April 15, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Priscilla Elizabeth, died infant;
  2. Charlotte Amanda, married John Sabey;
  3. Theodore Martin, married Marilla Lambson;
  4. Frances Ann, died child;
  5. Sarah Erminie, married Henry Fowles;
  6. Mary E., died infant;
  7. Grace Honor, married Emanuel R. Lundquist;
  8. Jacob Isaac, married Effie Bills;
  9. Ida Roxanna, married A. R. Anderson;
  10. Ella Isadora, married Rufus O. Backer.

Missionary to Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana 1872; bishop’s counselor. Farmer and stockraiser. Pioneer to St. Johns, Arizona, four years. Resides Fairview, Utah.

Sources:

Bushman, Martin Benjamin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Martin Bushman and Elizabeth Degen). Born February 6, 1841, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah September, 1851, James Allred company.

Married:Lucinda Ludelia Goodwin March 21, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac Goodwin and Laura Hotchkiss), who was born April 4, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Mary Elizabeth born September 29, 1864;
  2. Martin Isaac born October 9, 1865, married Rule Holden June 4, 1890;
  3. Laura Ellen born October 9, 1865, married William F. Butt November 11, 1885;
  4. Nancy Lucinda born October 3, 1868;
  5. Sarah born June 17, 1870;
  6. Lewis Jacob born July 16, 1872, married Martha Spencer November 1, 1895;
  7. Edith born March 3, 1875;
  8. Rhoda born September 5, 1877, married William Oborn August 14, 1902;
  9. Esther, twin of Rhoda;
  10. Emerett born June 26, 1884.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Martha Worlton March 2, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Worlton and Elizabeth Borne, pioneers September, 1855
Married:December 3, 1848, Somersetshire, England). She was born September 14, 1849, at Bath, Somersetshire.
Their children:
  1. James Albert born June 4, 1868, married Emma Gurney January 20, 1896;
  2. John Benjamin born November 16, 1870;
  3. Alva Alonzo born December 28, 1872;
  4. Flora Elizabeth born August 15, 1874, married Suel Zimmerman January 28, 1902;
  5. Eugene W. born December 14, 1876, married Leah Christoferson March 27, 1901;
  6. Annie Lois born April 27, 1880, married Alma Miller October 22, 1902;
  7. Martha Emma born September 3, 1882, married William F. Gurney May 20, 1903;
  8. Cyrus William born September 23, 1884;
  9. Drucilla Jane born November 24, 1886;
  10. Vera born June 22, 1891.

President 68th quorum seventies; high priest; Sunday school teacher 30 years. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Lehi city councilman. Territorial millitiaman. Farmer.

Sources:

Bushman, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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(son of Martin Bushman and Elizabeth Degen). Born June 7, 1843, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:Lois A. Smith February 11, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Smith and Maria Foscue, pioneers September 16, 1850, James Pace company). She was born January 25, 1844, in Arkansas.
Their children:
  1. John Albert born May 28, 1866, died;
  2. Homer Frederick born August 6, 1868, married Sariah A. Smith November 19, 1890;
  3. Maria Elizabeth born December 17, 1869, married Silas D. Smith November 21, 1888;
  4. Martin Lester born April 6, 1871, died;
  5. Lois Evelyn born June 28, 1872, married John W. Smith November 2, 1892;
  6. Wickliff B. born February 10, 1874, died;
  7. Preston Ammaron born December 1, 1875, married Anna Smith October 1, 1902;
  8. June Augusta born June 26, 1879, married Hyrum Smith June 10, 1908;
  9. Jesse Smith born June 10, 1881, married Elva Porter;
  10. Florence C. born October 4, 1884, died;
  11. Alonzo Ewing born December 21, 1885;
  12. Jacob Virgil born January 4, 1889, married Ruth Fuller August 18, 1909.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Peterson March 2, 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of Jens Peterson and Maren Frost, pioneers 1861). She was born May 24, 1857, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Elsie May born February 14, 1878, died;
  2. Lillian Ann born October 31, 1879, married Wesley Palmer;
  3. Maren Adele born August 18, 1881, married John L. Westover October 1, 1902;
  4. John Lehi born September 14, 1883, married Etna Cooper.

Bishop St. Joseph ward 1887; second counselor to President Lot Smith; high priest; called to settle in northern Arizona 1876. Veteran Black Hawk war. Member Snowflake stake board of education 23 years. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Bushman, Homer Frederick

(son of John Bushman and Lois A. Smith). Born August 6, 1868, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Sariah A. Smith November 19, 1890, Manti, Utah (daughter of Jesse N. Smith and Janett M. Johnson, married October 9, 1866, Salt Lake City; former a pioneer 1847, latter born in Utah). She was born February 21, 1873, Parowan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Homer Frederick, Jr., born October 30, 1891;
  2. Silas Aiken born May 15, 1893;
  3. Florence born July 5, 1894;
  4. Martin Degen born April 29, 1898;
  5. Curtis Johnson born December 9, 1899;
  6. Karl Maeser born July 20, 1901;
  7. Mary born November 4, 1903;
  8. Lyman Smith born November 23, 1905:
  9. Marguerite born July 1, 1908;
  10. Joel H. J. born July 7, 1910.

Missionary to Germany and Switzerland 1894-97; superintendent religion classes Snowflake stake. Farmer.

Sources:

Butcher, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of George Butcher and Barbara Hulme of Suffolk, England). Born there 1799. Came to Utah September 14, 1853, Claudius Spencer company.

Married:Sophia Sayers 1826, Norwich, England. (daughter of John Sayers of London, England). She was born in August, 1813.
Their children:
  1. Harriet, married Frederick Heath;
  2. Virtue, married Daniel F. Clift;
  3. Charlotte, married Jabez Taylor and afterward Watson S. Pierce;
  4. Elizabeth, married Mr. Hyler.

Family home London, England.

Landscape gardener. Died July 24, 1876, Salt Lake City.

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Butler, Charles Franklin

Born in Virginia. Came to Utah in 1850.

Married:Louvisa Heron (Robinson) 1820, in Illinois. She was born in New York.
Their children:
  1. Charles, died;
  2. Elizabeth, married Daniel Dody;
  3. Major, died;
  4. Rebecca, married Harrison Oliver;
  5. Thomas;
  6. Nancy, married Matthew Caldwell;
  7. Sarah B., married Hyrum W. Mikesell;
  8. George, died
  9. Julia Ann, died;
  10. Louvisa Jane, married George Chandler.
Sources:

Butler, Edwin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Butler and Ann Dodd of Shropshire, England). Born February 11, 1846. Came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Louisa S. Young, August 12, 1867 (daughter of Josiah Young and Elizabeth Conava), who was born March 11, 1849, and came to Utah October 29, 1855, Charles A. Harper company.
Their children:
  1. Edwin William born April 26, 1868, married Jane Humble;
  2. Josiah Abraham born January 15, 1870, married Eliza Robinson;
  3. Elizabeth Ann born September 7, 1872, died December 1, 1879;
  4. James Frederick born September 9, 1874, died September 20, 1879;
  5. Samuel Richard born May 23, 1877, married Leadya Mclntyre;
  6. Franklin George born September 28, 1879, married Leadya E. Martin;
  7. Louisa Sarah born October 3, 1881, died March 20, 1896.
Sources:

Butler, Edwin William

(son of Edwin Butler and Louisa S. Young). Born April 26, 1868, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah.

Married:Jane Humble September 22, 1898, at Victor, Idaho (daughter of George A. and Olive Humble).
Their children:
  1. Louisa Sarah born June 11, 1899;
  2. George Anthony born February 27, 1901;
  3. Edwin Humble born October 14, 1903;
  4. Warren Lee born May 11, 1906;
  5. James Leroy born August 8, 1908;
  6. Olive Jane born July 29, 1910;
  7. John Henry born November 17, 1912.
Sources:

Butler, Samuel

Born December 18, 1806. Came to Utah in September, 1867.

Married:Hannah Barker, who was born February 25, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Mary born January 13, 1840, died;
  2. Philander born March 18, 1841, married Charlotta Berrell;
  3. Leander born May 7, 1842, married Eliza Chugg;
  4. Alma born August 20, 1843, married Lucy Hale;
  5. Alva born January 13, 1845, married Jane E. Labrum March 16, 1867;
  6. Samantha born May 4, 1846, died;
  7. Veri born December 4, 1847, married Emeline Hutchings; married Mary McGhie;
  8. Eri born February 4, 1850, married Elizabeth A. Gibson;
  9. Nephi born May 4, 1851, died;
  10. Miranda born March 7, 1854, married Mr. Robertson;
  11. Lehi born February 22, 1854, died;
  12. Elbert born March 17, 1856, died.

Family home South Cottonwood, Utah. Moved to California settlement in 1858.

Sources:

Butler, Alva

(son of Samuel Butler and Hannah Barker). Born January 13, 1845, in Randolph county, Indiana.

Married:Jane E. Labrum March 16, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Labrum and Elizabeth George), who was born July 4, 1846, Simpson Buck, England.
Their children:
  1. Hannah E. A. born April 24, 1868, married Lewis E. Despain February 20, 1889;
  2. Alva J. born August 26, 1869, married Annie L. Despain September 20, 1895;
  3. Prudence G. born July 2, 1871, married George F. Despain February 20, 1899;
  4. Jane E. born June 13, 1873, married Edward C. Tucker January 13, 1897;
  5. George W. born July 4, 1876, married Ella M. Boyce September 23, 1896;
  6. William W. born October 4, 1877, married Mary Evalyn McGhie November 18, 1908;
  7. Mary M. born December 10, 1881;
  8. Elva L. born July 16, 1883, married Asa L. Maxfield October 24, 1907;
  9. Samuel T. born June 17, 1885, died.

Family resided Butlerville and South Cottonwood, Utah.

Bishop Granite ward 1886 and Butler ward 1909; counselor to Bishop Solomon J. Despain 1881-86. Assisted James Rawlings to bring immigrants to Utah. Died May 1, 1909.

Sources:

Butler, Alva J.

(son of Alva Butler and Jane E. Labrum). Born August 26, 1869, South Cottonwood, Utah.

Married:Annie L. Despain September 20, 1895, Salt Lake City (daughter of Solomon J. Despain and Susan Dean; pioneers August 16, 1861, David H. Cannon company). She was born September 1, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Alva D. born December 22, 1895;
  2. Jennie D. born July 5, 1897;
  3. Leo E. born November 8, 1898;
  4. Leon E. born May 13, 1900;
  5. Laura S. born November 29, 1901;
  6. Norma born July 6, 1903;
  7. Maude born January 10, 1905;
  8. Naoma E. born July 23, 1908;
  9. Melva born February 1, 1911.

Family resided Butlerville and Sandy, Utah.

Missionary to Samoa 1891; alternate high councilor, Jordan stake. Sandy city councilman 1908-10.

Sources:

Butler, William W.

(son of Alva Butler and Jane E. Labrum). Born October 4, 1877, Big Cottonwood, Utah.

Married:Mary Evalyn McGhie November 18, 1908, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alexander McGhie and Emma Rowan; former a pioneer October 1, 1854, Daniel Garn company). She was born July 13, 1886, Butler, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Virge M. born August 22, 1909;
  2. Florence M. born January 21, 1911;
  3. Rowan M. born October 19, 1912.

Family home Butler, Utah.

Missionary to southern states 1899-1901; bishop Butler ward 1909; assistant Sunday school superintendent; home missionary Jordan stake seven years.

Sources:

Buttar, David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Daniel Buttar and Batheah Rattray, born 1788, both of Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland. Born December 2, 1822, at Blairgowrie. Came to Utah November, 1854, Captain Taylor company.

Married:Margaret Spalding December 14, 1848, in Scotland (daughter of John Spalding and Marjory Meek Johnson), who was born April 1, 1822, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Marjory Meek Johnson born September 16, 1849, married Henry Mullet December, 1866; married Joseph J. Harrison 1869;
  2. Batheah born July 15, 1851, married William Sparks December 15, 1868;
  3. David born November, 1863, died February, 1854;
  4. John Spalding born May 22, 1856, married Sarah L. Tanner January 1, 1880;
  5. Daniel born September 22, 1858, married Emma Cover January 1883;
  6. Robert Sutler born April 6, 1861, married Mary Godfrey 1891;
  7. Margaret born August 6, 1863, died infant.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Sarah Keep December 16, 1866, at Lehi (daughter of James Joseph Keep (high priest) and Ann Miller; married July 22, 1836; pioneers October 22, 1866, Abner Lowry company. She was the widow of Thomas Francis, married May 15, 1865, and mother of Lucy Ann Francis, born March 26, 1866, who married Hans Jensen July, 1884). She was born June 28, 1840, Greenham, Berkshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Isabell Buttar, born April 16, 1868, died June 15, 1868;
  2. Elizabeth Keep born June 9, 1869, married John Loosle December 3, 1891;
  3. Charles William born June 15, 1871, married Angeline Stuart May 18, 1892;
  4. Thomas James born October 13, 1873, married Annie Loosle;
  5. David Alexander born December 14, 1876, married Rose Loosle;
  6. James Joseph Keep born February 26, 1878, married Agnes Jordan;
  7. Mary Janet born June 30, 1880, married Louis Thompson;
  8. Emma Jane born October 8, 1882, married David Thompson.

Family home Clarkston, Utah.

Settled at Clarkston 1868. High priest. Shoemaker; farmer. Died November 23, 1911.

Sources:

Buttar, John Spalding

(son of David Buttar and Margaret Spalding). Born May 22, 1856.

Married:Sarah L. Tanner January 1, 1880, who was born at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Margaret Priscilla;
  2. John Tanner;
  3. David Wilham, married Maud Summerhays;
  4. Rachel Batheah;
  5. Lucy Maud;
  6. Jessie Tanner;
  7. Harvey Louis;
  8. Dassey Marvilla;
  9. Golden;
  10. Lola;
  11. Lester.

Family home Clarkston.

Sources:

Buttar, Thomas James

(son of David Buttar and Sarah Keep). Born October 13, 1873, at Clarkston.

Married:Annie Loosle (daughter of John K. Loosle and Annie Hinkern, of Switzerland, pioneers).
Their children:
  1. Thomas James;
  2. Sarah Pearl;
  3. Annie;
  4. Royal;
  5. Jennie Lehon;
  6. Susie.

Family home Clarkston.

Seventy. Farmer.

Sources:

Butterfield, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Zachariah Butterfield and Martha Hiscock, of Farmington, Kennebec county, Maine). Born June 17, 1811, Farmington, Maine. Came to Utah October 18, 1849, Allen Taylor company.

Married:Mary Jane Parker in Maine (daughter of Samuel and Hannah Parker, of Parsonfield). She was born January 18, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Mary born January 18, 1836, married Mr. Whittle;
  2. Eliza Ann born August 4, 1839, died;
  3. Almon born July 14, 1844, married Elizabeth A. Farmer;
  4. Martha born November 24, 1842, died;
  5. George born November 23, 1847, married Emma Cook;
  6. Sarah born March 13, 1849, married William H. Freeman;
  7. Olive born February 6, 1851, married George Miller;
  8. Thomas, Jr. born April 23, 1853, married Catherine F. Freeman;
  9. Samuel born February 27, 1855, married Sarah Jane Farmer;
  10. Hannah born February 1, 1858, married Franklin M. Carter.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Farmer 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Farmer and Elizabeth Morris, of Herefordshire, England).
Their children:
  1. Richard born April 19, 1868, and John born July 11, 1859, died;
  2. Elizabeth M. born July 20, 1861, married Daniel Densley;
  3. Zachariah born January 4, 1864, married Corille Warde;
  4. Emma Eliza born June 4, 1866, died;
  5. Edwin James born May 4, 1867, married Vilate S. Newman;
  6. Lyman Thomas born December 28, 1872.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Member 3d quorum seventies; missionary to Salmon River, Idaho. Settled at Herriman 1850. Farmer.

Sources:

Butterfield, Almon

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

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(son of Thomas Butterfield and Mary Jane Parker). Born July 14, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Elizabeth A. Farmer January 27, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of James M. Farmer and Sarah Trusler, pioneers 1856, settlers of Herriman, Utah). She was born October 17, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth E. born November 5, 1866, died September 12, 1867;
  2. Agnes A. born September 29, 1867, died September 29, 1867;
  3. Almon T. born July 5, 1868, married Sarah Jane Crump;
  4. Joseph J. born November 14, 1870, married Dora Peterson;
  5. Sarah Jane born March 24, 1872, married James G. Crane;
  6. Olive J. born November 14, 1873, married Samuel H. Crump;
  7. George S. born March 16, 1876, married Hannah E. Stocking;
  8. Mary E. born June 12, 1877, married Hans born Jensen;
  9. Fredrick R. born April 14, 1879, married Agnes Peckenbaugh;
  10. John E. born September 23, 1880, married Gladys E. Hanson;
  11. Willard F. born December 29, 1882;
  12. Zachariah T. born December 14, 1885, died October 25, 1886;
  13. Mahonrl born October 19, 1887, married Hazel Bills;
  14. Parley P. born December 27, 1889;
  15. Hannah P. born April 17, 1891;
  16. Lyman born June 15, 1893, died June 16, 1893.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Member 94th quorum seventies; missionary to eastern states 1900-02; assistant Sunday school superintendent; high priest. Justice of peace; constable. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Butterfield, Almon T.

(son of Almon Battlefield and Elizabeth A. Farmer). Born July 6, 1868, Herriman, Utah.

Married:Sarah Jane Crump October 14, 1896, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Charles Crump and Sarah Cornick, of Herriman, pioneers September 3, 1862, Abraham O. Smoot company). She was born September 2, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Tira Arvilla born January 10, 1901;
  2. Amy Lucetta born February 27, 1903;
  3. Marva born November 3, 1906, died;
  4. Almon Floyd born November 6, 1906;
  5. Charles Ovid born March 20, 1908;
  6. James Earl born April 20, 1911.

Family home Riverton, Utah.

President 94th quorum seventies; missionary to New Zealand 1896-1900; member stake board Sunday school; high councilor; missionary to central states 1908-10. President Jordan Valley bank; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Butterfield, Thomas, Jr.

(son of Thomas Butterfield and Mary Jane Parker). Born April 23, 1853, Herriman, Utah.

Married:Catherine E. Freeman February 26, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of William H. and Angeline A. Freeman, of Herriman, Utah, pioneers 1861, Captain Reese company). She was born October 2, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane born December 13, 1872, died;
  2. Emmeline A. born October 20, 1874, died;
  3. Eliza Ann born October 28, 1876, married Thomas Williams;
  4. Olive Jemima born August 2, 1878, married Joseph Wright;
  5. Hannah R. born March 30, 1880, married Charles E. Crane;
  6. Sarah Rebecca born July 22, 1882, married Byron Hill;
  7. Harriet Serinda born July 22, 1884, married Jens C. Jensen;
  8. William W. born July 28, 1887, died;
  9. Delia Malinda born November 22, 1889;
  10. Samuel Heber born March 10, 1892;
  11. Lucy Elizabeth born June 17, 1894;
  12. Margaret Ellen born April 28, 1897.
Married:Lucy Wheadon October 22, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Jane Wheadon, of England). She was born October 2, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Martha Jane born November 16, 1880, married Joseph H. Stocking;
  2. Thomas Solomon born October 17, 1882, married Martha E. Bowlden;
  3. John Almon born September 10, 1884, married Margaret E. Farmer;
  4. George Jefferson born June 11, 1888;
  5. Emmeline Percilda born July 21, 1891, married Reuben B. Eastman;
  6. Edwin Parkber born June 1, 1894;
  7. Lucy Marinda born December 9, 1896.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Bishop; superintendent Sunday school; ward teacher 1884; and first president YMMIA of Herriman ward; high councilor, Jordan stake; missionary to England, also to Arizona 1873, and to eastern states 1899; high priest.

Sources:

Butterfield, Thomas Solomon

(son of Thomas Butterfield, Jr and Lucy Wheadon). Born October 17, 1882, Herriman, Salt Lake county.

Married:Martha E. Bowlden at Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Sarah Bowlden of Riverton, Salt Lake county). She was born March 1, 1888.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Ralph born July 19 ,1907;
  2. Martha Isabella born March 1, 1909;
  3. Marjorie Elizabeth born December 6, 1910.

Family home Herriman, Salt Lake county.

Sources:

Butterfield, Samuel

(son of Thomas Butterfield and Mary Jane Parker). Born February 27, 1855, Herriman, Utah.

Married:Sarah Jane Farmer October 18, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Farmer and Mary Ann Biddell of Herriman). She was born January 18, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Samuel James born December 28, 1876, married Edith E. Nichols;
  2. Mary Jane Delia born September 21, 1878; married Orin R. Freeman;
  3. Lilly May born January 7, 1882, died;
  4. Clara E. born June 13, 1883 died;
  5. Thomas Almon born March 26, 1885, married Ella Brown;
  6. Joseph W. born December 16, 1886, died;
  7. Sarah A. E. born January 1, 1888, died;
  8. Emma Lenora born March 6, 1889, married Walter E. Crane;
  9. Olive Percinda born May 27, 1890, married Alexander Eraser;
  10. Hannah Pearl born August 1, 1892, Agnes Annie born May 12, 1894, died;
  11. George Nephi born March 11, 1895, Edward Moroni born January 6, 1897, died;
  12. Gloria Beatrice born March 10, 1901, died;
  13. Marvin Levern born February 23, 1904;
  14. Gladys Eurilda born June 2, 1907, died;
  15. Ruth born November 23, 1908.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Married:Sarah Ann Newman October, 1886, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Newman and Maria Hunt, of Riverton Utah, who came to Utah September, 1886). She was born April 8, 1863.
Only child:
  1. William P. born August 23, 1886.

Ward teacher; missionary to central states 1911-13.

Sources:

Butterfield, Zachariah

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Thomas Butterfield and Mary Jane Farmer). Born January 4, 1864, Herriman, Utah Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Crella Wordell October 31, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter of Isaac J. and Martha Wordell), who was born January 14, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Anna May born August 3, 1885, married Charles Myers March 7, 1906;
  2. Zachariah T. born November 9, 1888, married Maud Page September 30, 1909;
  3. Isaac John born February 26, 1891, died.
Married:Isabelle J. Dansie 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Dansie and Jane Wilcox).
Their children:
  1. Bernice born September 25, 1899;
  2. Zelma born November 8, 1900;
  3. Phyllis born April 9, 1903;
  4. Maurice born September 26, 1904;
  5. Rheabell born August 27, 1906;
  6. Lavira born December 28, 1908;
  7. Lavell born March 31, 1913.

Missionary to southern states 1893, to Society Islands 1909; high priest; seventy; second counselor to Bishop Bills 1900; attended B. Y. University. Farmer and sheepraiser.

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Butterworth, Edmund

(son of Edmund Butterworth and Sarah Ann Platt). Born January 15, 1826, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah October 24, 1854, William A. Empey company.

Married:Alice Fielding in 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Fielding and Ann Enthorn of Lancashire, England, pioneers October 24, 1854). She was born November 1840.
Their children:
  1. John, married Elizabeth Amer;
  2. Robert, married Maria Boyd;
  3. Sarah, married Ranch Kimball;
  4. Margaret, married Ernest Wright;
  5. Edwin F., married Florence Boud.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High priest. Adobe maker. Died in August 1903.

Sources:

Butterworth, Edwin F.

(son of Edmund Butterworth and Alice Fielding). Born May 15, 1880, Salt Lake City.

Married:Florence Boud May 18, 1904 (daughter of John W. Boud and Elizabeth Pollard of Salt Lake City). She was born January 29, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Wallace E. born 1905;
  2. Florence born 1906;
  3. Ruth born 1907;
  4. Edwin born November 1912.

Family home Salt Lake City.

President second quorum seventies; ward clerk. President and manager Butterworth Real Estate and Investment Company.

Sources:

Buys, Edward

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Hyrum D. Buys, born October 22, 1802, in New York, and Elizabeth Huntington, born February 10, 1813, Albany, New York). He was born October 22, 1841, La Harpe, Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah September 15, 1860, David Evans company.

Married:Celestia C. Bromley March 23, 1867 (daughter of William Bromley and Sarah B. Bylemore, pioneers September 6, 1866, Samuel D. White company). She was born June 26, 1849.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum D. born January 26, 1868, died;
  2. William Edward born March 3, 1869, married Ada Jones January 20, 1892;
  3. Sarah Elizabeth born June 9, 1871, married James W. Carlile November 26, 1891;
  4. Amanda C. born September 14, 1873, married Charles E. Shelton September 14, 1893;
  5. Mary Ann born January 17, 1876, married Joseph W. Cummings December 1, 1897;
  6. Joseph H. born April 6, 1878, married Lillian Stagg April 5, 1904;
  7. Charlotte born October 16, 1880, married William D. Johnston December 25, 1899;
  8. Alma born January 30, 1883, died January 14, 1886;
  9. Martha R. born April 15, 1885, married Thomas M. Giles October 17, 1904;
  10. Archie D. born January 6, 1888, married Florence E. Bonner August 28, 1907;
  11. Daniel H. born March 7, 1889, died;
  12. Clara May born May 11, 1890, married Alma M. Cummings April 14, 1909;
  13. Celestia C. born August 7, 1894.
Married:Margaret Hamilton June 14, 1876 (daughter of Henry and Margaret Hamilton, pioneers 1866). She was born October 1, 1859, Spanish Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Henry D. born May 11, 1877, married Lillie M. Newberg June 28, 1911;
  2. Alice J. born August 10, 1878, died August 29, 1883;
  3. Margaret J. born May 31, 1880, died September 6, 1883;
  4. Melissa born February 17, 1884, married Joseph Moss;
  5. Matta E. born March 17, 1886, married Jared Tanner April, 1902;
  6. Edna A. born September 5, 1888.

Families resided Buysville and Heber City, Utah.

High Priest; counselor to Bishop N. C. Murdock 15 years. County surveyor of Wasatch eight years; deputy sheriff for several years. Built first shingle roof house in Charleston. Opened first schoolhouse at Buysville, Utah. Miner.

Sources:

Bybee, Byram

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of John Bybee and Betsy Killey, of Virginia). Born February 25, 1799, Barren county, Kentucky. Came to Utah October 6, 1851, Alfred Cardon company.

Married:Betsy Lane (daughter of David Lane), who was born June 24, 1801, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Polly C. born October 28, 1820, married Levi Hammon;
  2. Rhoda born November 19, 1823, married David Bair;
  3. Elizabeth J. born January 23, 1825, married Daniel Smith;
  4. Luann born January 3, 1827, married S. Haufshitter;
  5. John M. born February 17, 1829, married Polly Smith;
  6. Luseen Bird born February 7, 1831, married Henry Beckstead June 6, 1849;
  7. David B. born September 17, 1832, married Adelia Higley;
  8. Jonathan M. born July 28, 1836, died;
  9. Robert Lee born May 4, 1838, married Jane Miller March 19, 1857;
  10. Byram L. born May 4, 1841, married Jane Robinson.

Family home Uinta, Utah.

Married:Maria Knutson.
Only child:
  1. Betsy.

Bishop’s counselor 1856-59. Justice of peace 1854-61.

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Bybee, Robert Lee

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(son of Byram Bybee and Betsy Lane). Born May 4, 1838, Clay county, Indiana.

Married:Jane Miller March 19, 1857, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Miller), who was born August 12, 1840, in Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Betsy Jane born March 20, 1859, died child;
  2. Robert Lee born September 14, 1861, married Lydia Forbush;
  3. Francis M. born October 2, 1862, married Ann Ritchie;
  4. James A. born July 2, 1865, married Ozetta Eastman;
  5. Mary Alice born November 16, 1867, married A. H. Boomer;
  6. Elizabeth born June 17, 1870, married C. W. Poole.

Family home Uinta, Utah.

Married:Harriett Raymond (daughter of Almon P. Raymond, member Company D, Mormon battalion, and Clarinda Critler). She was born October 3, 1852, West Jordan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Harriett R. born January 20, 1872, died;
  2. Clarinda” born October 1, 1874, married John W. Nowlin December 14, 1892;
  3. Rhoda L. born September 22, 1876, married Roy Stockman May 26, 1897;
  4. Walter R. born October 25, 1879, married May Thompson;
  5. Minnie born September 28, 1881, married A. C. Hancey December 6, 1901;
  6. Jessie May born April 17, 1883, Alonzo born 1878, latter two died;
  7. Ida born February 8, 1885, married John Thomas December 8, 1904;
  8. Stanley born March 14, 1889, married Lovina Lee December 6, 1904;
  9. Venta born December 30, 1889, died;
  10. Leslie E. born January 5, 1892;
  11. Harold born December 23, 1895.

Mail carrier between Salt Lake City and Independence, Missouri. Went with Y. X. company 1857. Missionary Salmon River 1858. Went south during general move. Bishop of Manti south ward four years; president of Menan (Idaho) stake four years; president of Bannock stake two years; moved to Bingham county, Idaho, where he was first counselor to President J. E. Steele 13 years and superintendent lona ward Sunday school for four years. Senator in Idaho legislature 1901. Ordained patriarch 1908.

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Byington, Hyrum E.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

Born October 4, 1830. Came to Utah in 1860.

Married:Hannah Harr, who was born August 3, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Lorinda Hickman born January 25, 1858, married Hyrum Stowe;
  2. Brigham Porthugh born January 6, 1860, married Allie Hunt;
  3. Hyrum N. born December 30, 1862, died;
  4. Joseph H. born December 28, 1864, married Rosetta Hunt;
  5. Stephen Elliott born January 12, 1866, married Jane Larson;
  6. Sarah Jane born November 14, 1868, died;
  7. Hannah E. born October 12, 1870, married Thomas Larson;
  8. Rebecca A. born August 25, 1872, and Alexander born February 3, 1874, died;
  9. Nora E. born February 3, 1876, married Jason Pohmer.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

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Byington, Stephen Elliot

(son of Hyrum E. Byington and Hannah Parr). Born January 12, 1866, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Jane Larson September 30, 1884, Oxford, Oneida county, Idaho (daughter of Thurston Larson and Elizabeth Fox, former a pioneer with Mormon battalion Company C). She was born May 28, 1864, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Stephen Millard born August 14, 1885, married Lauretta West;
  2. Mary Ellen born January 6, 1887, died;
  3. Sarah Jane born January 1, 1868, married Carl Warrick;
  4. Royal Elliot born February 5, 1889;
  5. Earnest Lorenzo born September 28, 1891;
  6. Hyrum Arthur born September 26, 1893;
  7. Raymond Thurston born November 2, 1895;
  8. Dyantha born February 16, 1898;
  9. Joseph Ephraim born February 8, 1900;
  10. Parley Grant born October 2, 1902;
  11. George Franklin born December 11, 1904;
  12. Elmer Norton born November 6, 1906;
  13. Isabell Maud born January 5, 1910.
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Byington, Joseph Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Hyrum Norton Byington and Sarah Hawkins). Born January 25, 1829, in Ohio Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Nancy Avery 1850.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Henry Jr., married Ora Wakely;
  2. Mirandi, married William Stowe;
  3. Sarah, married Henry Hoffman;
  4. Hyrum Elliot, married Cordelia Symons;
  5. Elizabeth, married Julie Sorenson;
  6. John H., married Lucinda Symons;
  7. Nettie, married Christopher Sorenson;
  8. Ira, married Sarah Walker;
  9. William, married Emma Higgins.
Married:Hannah Molland February 26, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of James and Rebecca Molland. former a pioneer October 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company). She was born July 21, 1838. Liverpool, England.
Their children:
  1. James Henry born April 4, 1865, married Sarah Mirah Carr December 25, 1890;
  2. Hannah Mirah born August 8, 1866, married William Burrup 1883;
  3. Charles Norton born March 29, 1868, married Ettie Smithies February 11, 1903;
  4. Sarah Rebecca born November 24, 1869;
  5. Martha Jane born May 25, 1872 married Frank Reed November 27, 1894;
  6. Mary Ann born January 27, 1875;
  7. Susan Elizabeth born September 30, 1876, married Ike Fisher December 5, 1892;
  8. Joseph Henry, Jr. born November 18, 1878;
  9. John Parley born March. 23, 1880, married Marguerite Smith December 12, 1904;
  10. Clarence Spencer born December 19, 1881.

Family home Ogden, Utah. Seventy, and religious worker.

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Byington, James Henry

(son of Joseph Henry Byington and Hannah Molland). Born April 4, 1865, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah Mirah Carr December 25, 1890, Fremont county, Idaho (daughter of David Orlando Carr and Angeline Melvina Butler, pioneers September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born September 20, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Roy Lovell born October 12, 1891;
  2. Emil Roldolph born March 11, 1893;
  3. Florence Angeline born June 12, 1895;
  4. Veda Evelyn born December 8, 1897;
  5. James Vernon born July 2, 1900;
  6. Archie Delos born November 22, 1903;
  7. Clarence Arthur born December 3, 1905;
  8. Leonard Donald born October 29, 1909;
  9. Loren Richard born February 26, 1912.

Bishop’s counselor and superintendent Sunday school of Lava ward.

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