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

Facer, George

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He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1857 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of Henry Facer born June 15, 1811. Colmworth, Bedfordshire, and Mary Jarvis born August 31, 1810, Buckworth, Huntingdonshire, England). He was born July 4, 1834, Eynesbury, Huntingdonshire. Came to Utah August 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson company.

Married:Mary Prior September 6, 1867 (daughter of James Prior and Dove Brown), who was born January 27, 1840, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. George H. born November 13, 1858, married Caroline Erickson May 29, 1879;
  2. William J. born July 13, 1861, married Caroline P. Williams January 3, 1884;
  3. Sarah Ann born March 26, 1863, died January 18, 1864;
  4. Charles Heber born November 12, 1864, died January 27, 1867;
  5. Dove born January 10, 1867, m, Josiah Call December 18, 1884;
  6. Prior born July 14, 1869, married Laura B. Williams February 8, 1893;
  7. Joseph born November 7, 1871, married Emma Richards November 7, 1902;
  8. James Alma born February 11, 1874, married Rose Dalton November, 1896;
  9. Willard born October 13, 1876, married Emma E. Davis October 25, 1899;
  10. Mary E. born May 24, 1879, married William Anderson November 15, 1899;
  11. Mabel born September 3, 1883, died September 8, 1883;
  12. Royal G. born November 29, 1884, died March 25, 1894.

Family home Willard, Utah.

Married:Sarah Thompson November, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Thompson and Sarah Sewell, married in England), who was born June 2, 1832, in England.
Their children:
  1. Emma L. born August 10, 1864, married William Renshaw;
  2. James J. born June 10, 1866, married Myrtle Lechtenberg May 1, 1888; married Emma L. Jackson August 14, 1907;
  3. Annie Mariah born September 8, 1868.
Married:Susanna Nebeker September 6, 1875, Salt Lake City (daughter of Peter Nebeker and Elizabeth Davis), who was born April 9, 1848, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Olive Nile born August 30, 1876;
  2. Susannah M. born September 26, 1878, married Hyram E. Crocket 1898;
  3. Ethel Rose born August 20, 1880, married Dr. P. W. Allison January 12, 1891;
  4. Florence Zoe born September 20, 1882;
  5. Edna A. born January 24, 1884;
  6. Georgia Gretta born June 7, 1886;
  7. Horace A. born September 20, 1887;
  8. Wanda L. born May 18, 1889.
Married:Hattie Shumway April 9, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Andrew Shumway and Mary Jenson), who was born April 9, 1867.
Their children:
  1. George Andrew born January 4, 1887;
  2. Cleo born October 10, 1889;
  3. Charles born April 22, 1892;
  4. Leo born April 28, 1895.

Bishop of Willard two terms. Sub captain of ten handcarts under Daniel Robinson. Director of Brigham City Coop. Director First ward bank of Brigham City; manager Box Elder Co-op. Sheep company. School trustee Salt Lake district several terms.

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Facer, William John

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(son of George Facer and Mary Prior). Born July 13, 1861, Willard, Utah.

Married:Caroline Williams January 3, 1884, Salt Lake City (daughter of Mishach S. Williams and Elizabeth Lewis, pioneers 1854, Robert Campbell and William A. Empey companies respectively). She was born July 13, 1861.
Their children:
  1. William O. born December 3, 1884, married Olive Harding 1911;
  2. Agnes C. born March 8, 1886, married Lorenzo Bailey 1903;
  3. Mary P. born October 31, 1887, married George J. Marsh, Jr.;
  4. Martello V. born July 24, 1890, married Hazel Wood 1912;
  5. Elizabeth L. born June 22, 1893, married Joseph Leroy Housley 1911;
  6. Carrie A. born October 13, 1894;
  7. Moyle E. born December 4, 1903;
  8. Parker born May 10, 1907.

Family home Willard, Utah.

Missionary to Bear Lake and Box Elder counties 1898; to Great Britain 1900-03; bishop Willard ward 1903-10. City councilman 1908-12.

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Facer, Willard

(son of George Facer and Mary Prior). Born October 13, 1876, Willard, Utah.

Married:Emma E. Davis October 26, 1889, Logan, Utah (daughter of George Davis and Alice Eliza Goodey, former a pioneer October, 1854, Charles Empey company). She was born October 21, 1879, Perry, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Mattie born January 11, 1901;
  2. Emma Lavon born August 7, 1905;
  3. Reed W. born March 30, 1910.

Settled at Willard. Farmer and stockraiser. President 69th quorum of seventy; first assistant superintendent of Sunday schools in Malad stake two years.

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Facer, James Jarvis

(son of George Facer and Sarah Thompson). Born June 10, 1866, Willard, Utah.

Married:Myrtle Lechtenberg May 1, 1888, Willard, Utah (daughter of Paul Lechtenberg and Susanna Nebeker), who was born January 8, 1870, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. James Vere born May 28, 1889, married Bertha Rosenbaum October, 1912;
  2. George Lester born June 10, 1891;
  3. Redmond Fay born November 8, 1892;
  4. Wanda Marie born December 6, 1894;
  5. Sarah Elizabeth born March 16, 1897;
  6. Myrtle Rose born June 16, 1903;
  7. Ethel Myer born April 2, 1904.

Family resided Willard, Paradise, Avon, Ogden and Logan, Utah.

Married:Emma L. Jackson (daughter of A. O. Jackson and Emma Jane Obray), who was born February 3, 1878, Paradise, Utah.
Their child;
  1. Elden Jackson born November 15, 1908.

Family home Hyrum, Utah.

Missionary to southern states 1898-1900; bishop of Avon ward 1904-06; Bishop Hyrum third ward. Elected county commissioner Cache county November 5, 1912, term 4 years. Farmer.

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Facer, William O.

(son of William John Facer and Caroline Williams). Born December 3, 1884, Willard, Utah.

Married:Olive Harding 1911 (daughter of George Harding and Mary Jones, former a pioneer 1851, John G. Smith company, latter October, 1863, Thomas Ricks company). She was born November 8, 1883, Willard, Utah.
Only child:
  1. Alice born June 17, 1912.

Missionary to Samoa and Tongan Islands 1906-10; assistant Sunday school superintendent at Willard.

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Fairbanks, Amos

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Caleb Fairbanks, who was born July 30, 1768, Berlin, Massachusetts, and Mary Goddard, married, November 10, 1786). He was born January 4, 1802, Madrid, New York. Came to Utah October, 1851.

Married:Mary Bartholomew November 11, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Alva born 1833;
  2. Karissa born October 29, 1838, married Christopher Merkley;
  3. Jane born February 28, 1840.
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Fairbanks, David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joseph Fairbanks and Polly White Brooks of Mount View, New Jersey. and Sandy Hill, New York). Born March 14, 1810 at Peru, Bennington county, Vermont. Came to Utah October 6, 1847 with John Taylor company.

Married:Susan Mandeville November 26, 1838. Pompton Plains, New Jersey. (daughter of Cornelius W. Mandeville and Jane Jones of Pompton Plains), who was born September 23, 1819.
Their children:
  1. William Henry, married Ann Ellsworth; married Sarah Knight Jolly; married Ann Elizabeth Hardy;
  2. Mary Jane, married Warren Sidney Pace;
  3. Cornelius Mandeville, married Emily A. Davis;
  4. Susan Jones, married Stanley Davis; married Philip L. Gauchet;
  5. Elizabeth Ann, married George Montague;
  6. Barbara Matilda, married Ezra Warren Simmons;
  7. Margaret, died;
  8. David Brooks, married Hannah Johnson;
  9. Joseph Warren, married Estelle V. Dixon;
  10. Ralph Jacobus, married Celestia Johnson;
  11. Martha Alice, married Joseph Brigham Keeler;
  12. Nicholas Jones and Nathaniel, died.

Family resided Mountain View, New Jersey, and Payson, Utah.

President high priests quorum; missionary to The Muddy 1864-66; bishop 1st ward Salt Lake City 1849-61. Justice of peace at Salt Lake City; bishop 8th ward, winter quarters; pioneer to Payson, 1851; built dam that gave Salem, Utah, the name of Pond Town. City marshal; school trustee and city councilman of Payson. Farmer; builder. Died December 14, 1895.

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Fairbanks, Joseph Warren

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(son of David Fairbanks and Susan Mandeville). Born January 2, 1856, Payson, Utah.

Married:Estelle V. Dixon July 27, 1880, at Payson (daughter of Christopher Dixon and Jane E. Wightman; pioneers 1852). She was born October 16, ____, Kirtland, Ohio.
Their only child:
  1. Magdaline born March 2, 1882, died same day.

Settled at Annabella, Utah, 1881. Set apart bishop Annabella ward February 20, 1893. President town board 1910. Active worker in the early development of Annabella.

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Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah states that they only had one child but familysearch currently lists 3 children. Additionally Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah states that his birthdate is “January 2, 1856” but his gravestone shows a birhtdate of “Jan 2, 1855”.

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Fairbanks, John Boylston

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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(son of Joseph Fairbanks and Polly White Brooks of Mount View, New Jersey, and Sandy Hill, New York). Born April 28, 1817, at Sandy Hill. Came to Utah September, 1847, captain 3d ten, Jedediah M. Grant company.

Married:Sarah Van Wagoner August 31, 1844, Mount View, New Jersey, Bishop John Leach officiating (daughter of Halmah Van Wagoner and Mary Van Houten of New Jersey, latter pioneer September, 1847, Jedediah M. Grant company). She was born July 11, 1822.
Their children:
  1. John J., died infant;
  2. Harriett F., married William J. Douglass;
  3. Henry, married Elizabeth Oharra;
  4. Nathaniel, died aged 8;
  5. Sarah Ann, died aged 4;
  6. John B. born December 27, 1855, married Lilly Annetta Huish;
  7. Mary F., married Austin C. Brown;
  8. Allicia F., married Patrick L. Simmons;
  9. Lillie Maria;
  10. Franklin, married Louise Arminnie Tanner;
  11. George A., married Ann Worsencroft.

Family home Payson, Utah.

Missionary to England 1871-73; bishop Payson 10 years, ward clerk. City councilman at Payson. Merchant; farmer. Died May 14, 1876.

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Fairbanks, John B.

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He was sent as an art missionary to France along with John Hafen, Lorus Pratt and others. On their return to Utah Territory they created murals in the Salt Lake Temple.

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(son of John B. Fairbanks and Sarah Van Wagoner). Born December 27, 1855, Payson, Utah.

Married:Lilly Annetta Huish June 24, 1877, at Payson, Utah (daughter of Walter H. Huish and Ann Smith of Birmingham, England, pioneers 1861). She was born February 24, 1857.
Their children:
  1. John Leo born April 30, 1878;
  2. Lillie A. born July 27, 1879, married Thomas J. Yates;
  3. Vernon W. born November 15, 1881, married Esther H. Games;
  4. Erven H. born November 9, 1884, married Harriet Jones;
  5. Leroy born February 26, 1886, married Orissa Smith;
  6. Ortho Lane born September 29, 1887;
  7. Claude L. born June 12, 1889;
  8. Larmar R. born January 13, 1894;
  9. Delmar R. born January 14, 1894, died infant;
  10. Alma C. born September 9, 1895, died infant.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 47th and 152d quorums seventies; missionary to southern states 1881-83, and to South America 1900-02, a president in both missions; president mutual missionaries to Paris to study art 1890-92. Assessor and collector at Payson. Farmer; artist.

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familysearch.org currently shows his burial locaton as “Salt Lake City” but his residence was Pason, Utah and a gravestone match has been found in Pason and not in Salt Lake. He probably is burried in Payson.

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Farmer, Edward John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Richard Farmer and Elizabeth Morris of Herefordshire, England). Born February 20, 1825. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Elizabeth Ellen Wright 1858, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (daughter of John Wright and Elizabeth Bailey of Scregington, Lincolnshire, England, pioneers September 12, 1861). She was born November 11, 1842.
Their children:
  1. John Edward died infant;
  2. Erastus Grenig, married Mary Ellen Holt;
  3. Emma, died youth;
  4. Mary Ann Theresa, married Edwin Reese;
  5. Richard Wright, married Margret McCann;
  6. Robert Fredrick, married May Evalin Henderson;
  7. Sarah Jane Elizabeth, married Henry Egbert.

Family home Herriman, Utah.

Member 94th quorum seventies; ward teacher. School trustee. Farmer.

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Farmer, Erastus Grenig

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

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(son of Edward J. Farmer and Elizabeth E. Wright). Born June 29, 1861, Florence, Douglas county, Nebraska. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Mary Ellen Holt January 12, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Edward David Holt and Emma Billings, pioneers 1862). She was born June 6, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Nellie Mabel born April 23, 1888;
  2. Eva Grace born January 21, 1890, married Marion H. Henderson;
  3. Erastus L. born November 8, 1891;
  4. Elsie May born May 18, 1893;
  5. Ivie Pearl born March 27, 1896;
  6. Golden Holt born October 28, 1897;
  7. Emma Ellen born February 15, 1900;
  8. Edward Truman born August 1, 1903;
  9. Cora H. born September 10, 1896.

Family home Clifton, Idaho.

Member 95th quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1883-85; counselor to Bishop William F. Garner July 26, 1893, to January 12, 1896; bishop of Clifton ward January 12, 1896, to May 14, 1911. Chairman Republican State Central committee four years. School trustee and justice of peace. State land examiner. Farmer.

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Farnes, Thomas Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Farnes and Harriett Cambell, of London, England). Born January 6, 1836, London, England. Came to Utah 1861.

Married:Sarah Ann Harrison (daughter of James H. Harrison and Angelina Parry). She was born July 29, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Thomas H. born December 13, 1861;
  2. Angelina H. born December 18, 1863, married Edwin Batty June 13, 1882;
  3. Edwin James born December 16, 1866, died December 14, 1867;
  4. John Albert born April 16, 1868, married Ellen Lemor January 4, 1897;
  5. Sarah Frances born November 25, 1870, married Robert Slaughter June 17, 1888;
  6. Phebe Amelia born October 31, 1873, married William R. Langston November 17, 1890;
  7. Jane Elizabeth born November 27, 1876, died April 16, 1876;
  8. Joseph Fritter born September 27, 1877;
  9. Cora Alvira born January 17, 1880, married Levi DeMill January 13, 1901;
  10. Fanny May born May 24, 1882, married Andrew Buchannah March 20, 1908;
  11. Retta born September 29, 1886.

Settled at “Dixie.” Ward clerk there for years.

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Farnes, Joseph Fritter

(son of Thomas Samuel Farnes and Sarah Ann Harrison). Born September 27, 1877, Rockville, Utah. Businessman and merchant.

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Farnsworth, Stephen Martindale

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Reuben Farnsworth and Lucinda Kent of Vermont). Born October 9, 1809, Vermont. Came to Utah 1851, Captain Higby company.

Married:Julia Ann Clark August 30, 1837 (daughter of Richard Clark and Miss Sheffer), who was born May 1, 1819, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Austin Martindale born December 16, 1838, married Dorcas Terry;
  2. Alonzo LaFayette born October 22, 1841, married Mary Staker September 8, 1866;
  3. Albert Stephen born May 22, 1844, married Martha Longmore;
  4. Stephen Martindale Jr. born February 17, 1847, married Martha Loujean Jones;
  5. Caroline Elizabeth born March 21, 1849, married Henson Walker October 24, 1868;
  6. Julia Ann born November 26, 1852, died May 1, 1863;
  7. Cyrus Walter born April 20, 1864, married Mary Isabel Tidwell;
  8. Harriet Nancy born December 16, 1856, married James Thorne;
  9. Reuben Richard born December 3, 1859, married Lola Montez Bean.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Eliza Lewis (daughter of Nathan Lewis).
Their children:
  1. Franklin Wallace, married Anna Anderson;
  2. Clarinda;
  3. Alva Washington;
  4. Viola, married William Shelton;
  5. Milford Bard;
  6. Curtis Bradford born June 14, 1866;
  7. Olivia born September 15, 1867, married Mr. Powell;
  8. Joseph;
  9. Eliza Jane;
  10. Benjamin.

Family resided in Pleasant Grove and Richfield, Utah.

Married:Ellen Louisa Showell.
Only child:
  1. Cosmelia Ellen born June 7, 1860, married George Ogilvie.
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Farnsworth, Alonzo Lafayette

(son of Stephen Martindale Farnsworth and Julia Ann Clark). He was born October 22, 1841, South Bend, Indiana.

Married:Mary Ann Staker September 8, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of Nathan Staker and Jane Richmond), who was born January 21, 1848.
Married:Christianna D. Bertelsen March 9, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Niels Bertelsen and Mary Larsen, pioneers September 10, 1863, William B. Preston company). She was born January 8, 1852, Viberg amt, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Raymond Alonzo born November 15, 1876, married Bertha Martineau May 7, ____;
  2. Lester Burt born August 23, 1879, married Rosina Nielsen August 8, 1905;
  3. Mary A. born August 4, 1881, married Joseph Fyans December 26, 1906;
  4. Richard Kent born February 2, 1883, married Hattie May Cluff October 1, 1908;
  5. Elmer David born April 8, 1885, married Charity May O’Donnell September 4, 1906;
  6. Franklin Lehi born October 24, 1889, married Cora Walker;
  7. Anna Roine born June 17, 1891, married Thomas Dixon;
  8. Alonzo LaFayette born January 22, 1897, died.

Family resided Tuba City, Arizona, and Colonia Garcia, Mexico.

Married:Edith Henrietta Tietjen April 8, 1875, at Salt Lake City (daughter of August Tietjen and Edith Kreeger), who was born in Sweden.
Their children:
  1. Ernest LaFayette born July 20, 1878, married Edith Nielsen February 28, 1902;
  2. Ida Belle born September 26, 1880, married George Turley February 16, 1899;
  3. Stephen August born December 2, 1882, married Ethel Bingham;
  4. Jesse Charles born July 13, 1885, died;
  5. Orrin Fay born November 26, 1886;
  6. Byron Nephi born January 7, 1890, married Maud Cluff March 6, 1911;
  7. Ellis born July 8, 1892, married Karl Nielsen November 25, 1909;
  8. Earl Benjamin born January 24, 1894;
  9. Jennie Tietjen born June 24, 1896.

Lieutenant Black Hawk war 1866. Member Richfield high council 1871; bishop of Joseph City 1873; went to Arizona on a mission 1877, and served as bishop Yuba City 1878. Moved to Mexico 1884.

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Farr, Winslow

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Ashael Farr, baptized March 23, 1776, at Chesterfield, Vermont, and Lydia Snow, born March 18, 1772, Chesterfield, Vermont, married: 1786). He was born January 14, 1794, Chesterfield, Vt Came to Utah September 30, 1860, Joseph Young company.

Married:Olive Hovey Freeman December 6, 1816, Hanover, Vermont (daughter of Elijah Freeman, born November 3, 1767, Mansfield, Connecticut, and Olive Hovey, born October 30, 1761, died October 21, 1820, married December 27, 1781). She was born June 23, 1799, Lebanon, Vermont, died March 10, 1893, Big Cottonwood, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John born December 14, 1817, died infant;
  2. Aaron Freeman born October 31, 1818, married Persis Atherton January 16, 1844;
  3. Lorin born July 27, 1820, married Nancy B. Chase;
  4. Olive Hovey born March 18, 1825, married William Walker November 3, 1843;
  5. Diantha born October 12, 1828, married William Clayton January 184.6;
  6. Winslow born May 11, 1837, married Emily Jane Covington October 17, 1868.

Family resided Waterford and Charleston, Vermont, before coming to Utah.

Appointed one of municipal high council of twelve 1846. Settled on Big Cottonwood river 1851. Died August 25, 1867, Big Cottonwood, Utah.

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Farr, Lorin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Mayor of Ogden, Utah.

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(son of Winslow Farr and Olive Hovey Freeman). Born July 27, 1820, Waterford, Vermont. Came to Utah September 20, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married:Nancy B. Chase January 1, 1845 (daughter of Ezra Chase, pioneer 1848, born February 4, 1796, died October 29, 1873, Ogden, Utah, and Tirzah Wells, who died April 4, 1867, at Ogden, married August 22, 1818). She was born January 27, 1823, Bristol, Vermont; died September 10, 1892, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Enoch born December 28, 1845, married Mary E. Eggleston 1866;
  2. Julia born April 1, 1848, died May 14, 1851;
  3. Sarah born October 30, 1849, married John Henry Smith October 20, 1866;
  4. Tirzah born May 3, 1852, married John Gay January 19, 1869;
  5. Lorin born February 21, 1854;
  6. Ezra born February 21, 1854, married Elveretta Kay April 9, 1877;
  7. Newton born May 31, 1856, married Martha Davis;
  8. Diantha born April 5, 1858, died October 30, 1858;
  9. Diana born April 6, 1858, married Ben E. Rich;
  10. Isabel born March 3, 1861, married Heber John Sears;
  11. Mary Belinda born October 16, 1863, died July 21, 1864.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah Giles July 26, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Giles, born in Pembrokeshire, and Maria Davis, born August 16, 1789, Norboth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, died June 1, 1866, Ogden, Utah. Married December 7, 1817, Bidwilly, Monmouthshire, Wales). She was born January 1, 1831, Merthyr Tydfll, Glamorganshire, Wales, died February 26, 1892, in Ogden.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born August 7, 1862, married Sally M. Porter December 7, 1874;
  2. Thomas born March 16, 1854, married Amanda Badger September 11, 1879;
  3. Marcus born April 2, 1856, married Caroline Josephine Ballantyne February 2, 1882;
  4. Sarah Maria born March 30, 1858, married Richard J. Taylor August 7, 1876;
  5. Roxana born February 3, 1860, married Jedediah Pidcock March 6, 1877;
  6. Winslow born May 9, 1862, married Mary Hannah Williams November 8, 1883;
  7. Rachel born September 24, 1864, married Fred Packard October 11, 1883;
  8. Leonorah born March 22, 1867, married Thomas Pardee December 9, 1883;
  9. Hiram born February 15, 1870, died June 19, 1870.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Olive Ann Jones February 28, 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of Merlin Jones, pioneer 1862, born May 16, 1795, North Haven, Connecticut, died December 4, 1879, in Ogden, and Roxana Ives, born April 17, 1799, Wallingford, Connecticut, died August 6, 1866, in Ogden, married August 17, 1820, Wallingford, Connecticut). She was born June 1, 1829, at Wallingford, and came to Utah September 30, 1850, in Joseph Young’s company.
Their children:
  1. Laertes born January 23, 1853;
  2. Valasco born August 29, 1855, married Diana Davis Fife February 24, 1881;
  3. Olive Ann born August 3, 1857, died May 1, 1866;
  4. Ellen born October 25, 1859, died May 6, 1866;
  5. Merlin Jones born February 4, 1862, died May 2, 1866;
  6. David born April 5, 1864, married Maggie Williams June 3, 1896;
  7. Ashael born October 17, 1866, married Georgiana Julia Drake March 14, 1888.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Mary (Bingham) Snow December 2, 1854, Salt Lake City (daughter of Erastus Bingham and Lucinda Gates, pioneers September 19, 1847, Daniel Spencer company). She was born April 1, 1820, St. Johnsbury, Vermont; died September 25, 1893, Ogden.
Their children:
  1. Willard born July 6, 1856, married Mary Ballantyne;
  2. Erastus born May 14, 1859, died June 28, 1859;
  3. Isaac Farwell born May 23, 1860, married Isabel Poulter February 23, 1882.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Nicholine Erickson January 29, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Neils Erickson, born 1803, Norway, died September 21, 1892, in Ogden, and Maria Olsen, born 1801, and died 1873 in Frederikstadt). She was born September 22, 1837, Frederikstadt, Aggerhuys, Norway, and came to Utah September 7, 1856, Noah Guymon company.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo Erickson born October 25, 1858, married Minnie Woodmansie March 23, 1882;
  2. Laura born April 10, 1861, married Winfred S. Harris September 26, 1880;
  3. John born January 4, 1863, married Rachel Ann Witten December 20, 1884;
  4. Elnora born April 2, 1865, married James Wotherspoon October 26, 1882;
  5. Elijah born December 28, 1867, died May 27, 1906;
  6. Mary born March 22, 1870, married George W. Driver September 11, 1889.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Settled at Ogden 1850. First president Weber stake; president high priests quorum in 1850-61. Erected first grist mill and sawmill in Weber county. Member first territorial legislature from Weber county, and in the earlier days represented Box Elder county from the time of the organization of the territory until 1887; first mayor of Ogden 1851-70, and re-elected in 1877. Missionary to Europe 1870. Prominent in building of railroads; superintendent of grading Central Pacific for two hundred miles west of Ogden, and also building of Utah Northern to Brigham City. Died January 12, 1909, Ogden.

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Farr, Enoch

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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(son of Lorin Farr and Nancy Bailey Chase). Born December 28, 1846, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Eggleston October 20, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Eggleston Jr., born March 30, 1804, Marcellus, Onondaga county, New York, died May 27, 1884, at Ogden, and Lurania Burgess, born August 16, 1808, Sempronius, Cayuga county, New York, died July 6, 1870, at Ogden, married August 23, 1827, at Sempronius, pioneers September 1863, Captain Wareham company). She was born September 22, 1849, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Enoch born July 16, 1867, married Mary Nelson November 20, 1889;
  2. Mary Isabell born November 7, 1869, married Christian Christensen February 13, 1896;
  3. Julia May born February 29, 1872, died November 11, 1889;
  4. Reuben Ezra born April 30, 1874, married Nora Thornburg June 27, 1903;
  5. Frank born December 15, 1876, married Mary Chapple November 1902;
  6. Frederick born November 13, 1878, died July 9, 1879;
  7. Walter Ray born December 7, 1879, married Mary Carr May 18, 1901;
  8. Nancy Lurania born January 1, 1882, died September 1882;
  9. George born November 3, 1883, married Mary Maria Roberts September 28, 1910;
  10. Leslie born June 16, 1888, married Lydia Myers December 14, 1910;
  11. Stanley Burgess born February 4, 1892.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Esther Myers September 27, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Myers, born August 16, 1815, Skipton, Yorkshire, England, died September 11, 1886, at Ogden, and Isabell Bramley, born March 24, 1818, at Skipton, died October 4, 1881. Ogden, married December 14, 1837, Skipton, pioneers September 27, 1855, Richard V. Morris company). She was born March 12, 1864, Burnley, Lancashire, England.

One of first seven presidents 76th quorum seventies, October 1884 was ordained high priest; missionary to Sandwich Islands 1884-1887; was president of that mission and superintendent of the Laei plantation. Fruit grower; cement and general contractor.

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Farr, Ezra

(son of Lorin Farr and Nancy Bailey Chase). Born February 21, 1854, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Elveretta Kay April 9, 1877 (daughter of William and Mary T. Kay).
Their children:
  1. Ezra Leon;
  2. Clare K.;
  3. Inez;
  4. Zelma;
  5. Cecil Earl;
  6. Mabel;
  7. Jennette Ruth.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

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Farr, Newton

(son of Lorin Farr and Nancy Bailey Chase). Born May 31, 1856, at Ogden, Utah.

Married:Martha Davis October 19, 1882, at Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of M. L. Davis and Mary Kenner both of Salt Lake City. Came to Utah 1859). She was born May 15, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Ethel LaBelle born September 17, 1883, married W. J. Bennett;
  2. Merrill Newton born June 17, 1885, married Jean Spencer;
  3. Leah born October 12, 1887;
  4. Martha born March 6, 1891, died January 4, 1892.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to England 1880-82. Deputy sheriff of Weber county. Interested in and helped develop many mines.

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Farr, Joseph

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(son of Lorin Farr and Sarah Giles). Born August 7, 1852, in Ogden.

Married:Sally M. Porter December 7, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Luther G. Porter and Aurora Ann Murry, of Antioun, New York., pioneers October 2, 1862, Isaac A. Canfield company). She was born June 4, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Joseph A. born January 1, 1876, married Mabel M. Farr August 16, 1897;
  2. Nellie R. born October 22, 1877, married Andrea L. Farr August 24, 1900;
  3. Marcia A. born August 29, 1880;
  4. Jennie L. born May 14, 1882;
  5. Cora I. born June 9, 1883;
  6. Hazel A. born April 4, 1885;
  7. Hyrum A. born January 24, 1887;
  8. Leland N. born March 16, 1889;
  9. Roxanna P. born November 27, 1892;
  10. Eugene born November 7, 1894.

Member 76th quorum seventies. Member city council two years; municipal judge two years. Miller and merchant.

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Farr, Marcus

(son of Lorin Farr and Sarah Giles). Born April 2, 1856, Ogden.

Married:Caroline Josephine Ballantyne February 2, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Ballantyne, born August 26, 1817, Whiterigg, Scotland, and Caroline Albertine Sanderson, born September 19, 1837, Rogen, Norway, married 1856). She was born January 30, 1861, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Josephine born February 17, 1883, married William H. Olson July 16, 1903;
  2. Marcus Ballantyne born April 11, 1885;
  3. Lionel B. born November 28, 1888;
  4. Beatrice Albertine born April 24, 1892;
  5. Lorin B. born July 1, 1896.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

First counselor to 9th quorum elders July 13, 1891 to December 13, 1897; missionary to Eastern states 1897; first assistant superintendent third ward Sunday school; senior member Ogden stake high council.

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Farr, Marcus Ballantyne

(son of Marcus Farr and Caroline Josephine Ballantyne). Born April 11, 1885, Ogden.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Watkins April 17, 1913 (daughter of Joseph Hyrum Watkins and Mary Ann Doxey).

Filled a mission to the southern states. Was one who assisted in building the first Mormon church in the city of Atlanta, Georgia.

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Farr, Valasco

(son of Lorin Farr and Olive Ann Jones). Born August 29, 1855, in Ogden.

Married:Diana Davis Fife February 24, 1881. Salt Lake City (daughter of William Nicol Fife, pioneer 1863, born October 16, 1831, Kincardine-on-Forth. Perthshire, Scotland, and Diana Davis, born April 12, 1837, Caermarthenshire, South Wales, died September 11, 1884, Cochise county, Arizona. Married July 9, 1864, Salt Lake City). She was born October 7, 1869, Ogden, died May 18, 1904.
Their children:
  1. Diana Edith born November 28, 1881, married Parley T. Moyes February 22, 1906;
  2. Olive Ann born January 21, 1884, married Harry Hales June 10, 1909;
  3. Raymond Valasco born November 20, 1886, married Almira Shurtliff October 29, 1909;
  4. Lamar Fife born February 1, 1889;
  5. Agnes Fife born November 6, 1891;
  6. Merlin Fife born April 5, 1897;
  7. Ivan William born December 16, 1900.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Farmer and fruit grower.

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Farr, David

(son of Lorin Farr and Olive Ann Jones). Born April 6, 1864, Ogden.

Married:Maggie Williams June 3, 1896, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Lloyd William, born March 31, 1826, Santasaf, Flintshire, North Wales, died February 24, 1889, Ogden, and Elizabeth Rowlands born March 20, 1836, New Bridge, near Denbigh, Denbighshire, North Wales, died April 30, 1899. Ogden married April, 1851, at Santasaf, pioneers October 29, 1865, C. A. Harper company). She was born March 4, 1867, Ogden.
Their children:
  1. David Rowland born May 12, 1897;
  2. James Frederick born August 14, 1899;
  3. Dorothy born August 16, 1901.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Missionary to Alabama and Florida 1892-94. Merchant.

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Farr, Asahel

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(son of Lorin Farr and Olive Ann Jones). Born October 17, 1866, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Georgiana Julia Drake March 14, 1888, Logan, Utah (daughter of George Drake, born November 14, 1826, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, died February 6, 1913, at Ogden, and Emily White, born December 30, 1824. Newbury, Berkshire, died July 20, 1905, at Ogden, married November 1, 1861, Newbury; former came to Utah 1878, latter 1877). She was born September 11, 1866, Boomer, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Georgiana Jennie born December 17, 1888, married William Arthur Budge October 11, 1911;
  2. Lawrence born March 25, 1891;
  3. Mabel Ellen born September 8, 1893;
  4. Ashael born October 24, 1895;
  5. Dexter born April 9, 1898;
  6. Verne born June 9, 1901.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

First counselor to Julius Farley; president YMMIA Mound Fort ward, Ogden; counselor to bishop James Taylor of same ward; first counselor to L. Jones. Member school board of Ogden City, 1905-13. Fruit grower; coal dealer.

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Farr, Isaac Farwell

(son of Lorin Farr and Mary Bingham Snow). Born May 23, 1860, Ogden.

Married:Isabel Poulter February 23, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas A. Poulter and Hannah Butler, of London, England, and Ogden, Utah, pioneers 1864, Captain Shields company). She was born July 28, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Chloe born, married Alfred H. Summerville;
  2. Norman I.;
  3. Walter T., married Nellie Brown;
  4. Orlando died;
  5. Archie;
  6. Orlaf;
  7. Rhea.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Manager Ogden flour mill 1876-83; bookkeeper; mining promoter.

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Farr, John

(son of Lorin Farr and Nicholine Erickson). Born January 4, 1863. Ogden, Utah.

Married:Rachel Ann Witten December 20, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel M. Witten, born December 6, 1833, Jefferson City, Tazewell county, and Martha Jane Heninger, born May 14, 1840, Burks Garden, Tazewell county, Virginia.
Married:there November 13, 1860, and came to Utah June 2, 1869). She was born September 23, 1863, Jefferson City, Virginia.
Their children:
  1. John Clement, married Mary Alice Priest June 16, 1909;
  2. Mabel Grace;
  3. Fern, married Adolphus Frank Moss June 6, 1911;
  4. Martha Pauline;
  5. Lyndall;
  6. Mildred;
  7. Rachel Afton;
  8. Roscoe Kenneth.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Missionary to England 1898-1900; second assistant superintendent third ward Sunday school, Ogden, 1901-03; first counselor to president of YMMIA third ward, Ogden, 1902-05; one of seven presidents 63d quorum, and later of 98th quorum seventies. Horticulturist; coal dealer.

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Farr, Winslow, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Winslow Farr and Olive Hovey Freeman). Born May 11, 1837, East Charleston, Orleans county, Vermont. Came to Utah October 1848.

Married:Emily Jane Covington October 17, 1868 (daughter of Robert D. Covington and Elizabeth Ann Thomas).
Their children:
  1. Winslow Robert;
  2. Emily Olive;
  3. Lafayette Thomas;
  4. Lorin Freeman;
  5. David James;
  6. Moroni;
  7. Mohonri;
  8. Ida Almena;
  9. Silva May;
  10. William Henry;
  11. Mary Isabel;
  12. Barnard Elijah;
  13. Aaron Adelbert;
  14. Jonathan.

Walked and drove three yoke of oxen across the plains.

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Farr, Lafayette Thomas

(son of Winslow Farr, Jr. and Emily Jane Covington). Born February 14, 1864, Paradise, Utah.

Married:Nancy Hipwell September 30, 1885 (daughter of William Hipwell and Elizabeth Barton).
Their children:
  1. William Hipwell;
  2. Winslow;
  3. Emily Jane;
  4. Elizabeth;
  5. Aaron Lafayette;
  6. Lawrence;
  7. Harriet Olive;
  8. Flossie;
  9. Laura May;
  10. Glenn.
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Farr, Franklin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Elbrige Farr and Sarah Buss, Eastern Massachusetts). Born October 12, 1837, Chatham, Medina County, Ohio. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Anne Jones December 22, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Prichard Jones and Mary Bevan of St. Brides, Glamorganshire, Wales, and Spanish Fork, Utah, pioneers October 4, 1864, William S. Warren oxteam company). She was born August 22, 1848, St. Brides, Wales.
Their children:
  1. Anne E. born October 10, 1867, married Z. P. Bomeril;
  2. Pamella E. born August 13, 1869, married John W. Lewis;
  3. Mary E. born January 27, 1872, married Frank Abbott;
  4. Franklin J. born March 12, 1874, married Sarah Evans;
  5. George Ansel born July 10, 18__, died;
  6. Jeanette Bevan born June 6, 1878, married Peter Bomeril;
  7. Sarah Louisa born November 22, 1880, married William Bomeril;
    1. Vaughan born September 5, 1884;
  8. Wilford Ivor born January 1888.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Presided over elders quorum 1873-93; president deacons quorum four years; ordained high priest July 22, 1894; ward teacher; Sunday school teacher. Captain of ten in Utah militia; minuteman in Black Hawk Indian war. Farmer. Died April 24, 1901. Spanish Fork, Utah.

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Farrell, George Lionel

(son of William Farrell, born January 1, 1785, Leek, Staffordshire, and Alice Saddler Bird, born September 26, 1796, Minety, Wiltshire, England). He was born February 16, 1829, Hewelsfield, Gloucestershire, England. Came to Utah August 12, 1859, James S. Brown company.

Married:Amanda A. Steel April 29, 1860 (daughter of William Steel and Margarett Goodwin, pioneers August 12, 1859, James S. Brown company). She was born February 17, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Margarett Alice born January 6, 1862, married William Pilkington October 4, 1883;
  2. Emma born April 17, 1864, married Herbert P. Barber November 10, 1886;
  3. Annie Louisa born August 9, 1866, married Solon Barber November 14, 1887;
  4. Charlotte S. born May 30, 1868, married William Raymond March 8, 1889;
  5. May S. born May 12, 1870, married John Mack December 4, 1896;
  6. Lionel S. born September 28, 1872, married Florence Rainey May 8, 1901;
  7. Clara born August 1, 1876, died;
  8. Lewis S. born November 2, 1880, married Namonia Naylor April 7, 1910;
  9. Francis D. born March 13, 1883;
  10. Loraine born February 13, 1887, married Ephriam Ralph July 6, 1911.

Family resided Logan and Smithfield, Utah.

Married:Mary Charlotte Lundburg April 11, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Solomon Lundburg and Christina Anderson, pioneers 1861). She was born December 15, 1842, Frothatta, Sweden.
Their children:
  1. William G. born May 24, 1864, married Florence Caine September 8, 1897;
  2. Laura L. born January 19, 1866, married Don C. Musser 1899;
  3. Alfred L. born March 4, 1868, married Luna Thatcher July 15, 1897;
  4. George born August 24, 1870;
  5. Selma born August 1, 1875, married David Robbins July 28, 1895;
  6. Vendla born May 4, 1877;
  7. Lavene born March 20, 1881.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Logan, Utah.

Married:Lydia A. Anderson June 25, 1878. Salt Lake City (daughter of Andrew Anderson and Sophia Sorenson, pioneers 1858, Rosel K. Homer company). She was born October 4, 1858, Echo Canyon, Wyoming.
Their children:
  1. Andrew Otto born December 28, 1880, died December 28, 1880;
  2. Catherine Sophia born December 25, 1882, died June 1893;
  3. Gladys Adline born October 1, 1885;
  4. Marion Lyman born December 1, 1890.

Family home Smithfield, Utah.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Groshaw May 12, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Charles Crowshaw and Hannah Atkins; married December 18, 1867, Barrow in Furness, England). She was born September 14, 1868, Willlamsburg, New York
Their children:
  1. Mary born November 29, 1888, died infant;
  2. Joseph born July 9, 1890;
  3. Lola born December 17, 1893;
  4. Lillie Vale born January 14, 1897;
  5. Charles C. born December 16, 1898;
  6. Robert Atkins born June 22, 1902;
  7. Florence born October 16, 1904;
  8. Leah born December 30, 1905;
  9. Amanda L. born February 19, 1901, died;
  10. Hyrum Russell born October 17, 1909.

Family home Smithfield, Utah.

Tithing clerk Cache stake 1859-80; president elders quorum 1859-76; president high priests quorum 1876-80. Cache county recorder 1860-84; postmaster at Logan 1862-74. Missionary to England 1874-76; bishop of Smithfield 1880-1900; patriarch 1900. Pioneer dry farmer.

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Farrell, William G.

(son of George Lionel Farrell and Marie Charlotte Lundburg). Born May 24, 1864, Logan, Utah.

Married:Florence Caine September 8, 1897, at Logan (daughter of John T. Caine and Margaret Nightingale, pioneers September 20, 1852, James McGaw company). She was born September 6, 1873, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. William Caine born September 28, 1898;
  2. Frederick Nightingale born April 20, 1903.
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Farren, Joseph

(son of Edward Farren and Elizabeth Young of New York, New York). Born December 21, 1837, in New York City. Came to Utah 1871.

Married:Julia Sanders April 1868, at Austin, Nevada. (daughter of Charles Sanders of Ohio), who was born 1840.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mining man. Had charge of Davenport-Matilda and City Rock Mining company; built two lead furnaces at Deep Creek, Utah; located Tacoma Lucine property and sold it to the Salt Lake copper plant.

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Farrer, Roger

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Thomas Farrer and Jane Graveson of Helsington, Westmorland, England). Born March 18, 1795, Westmorland, England. Came to Utah September 17, 1850, David Evans company.

Married:Catherine Adwin 1820, Westmorland, England, who died 1825.
Their children:
  1. William born January 26, 1821, married Elizabeth Kary;
  2. James born March 12, 1823, married Mary Jane McCune, married Phidelia Dame.

Family resided at Provo and Beaver, Utah.

Married:Mary Stubbs October 7, 1828, Westmorland, England. (daughter of John Stubbs of Westmorland, England, pioneer September 17, 1850, David Evans company). She was born December 23, 1800.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born September 3, 1829, married Mary Strong;
  2. Margaret born January 21, 1832, married Hugh Syme;
  3. Jane born February 25, 1836, died;
  4. Roger born April 17, 1838, married Agnes Strong;
  5. Mary born September 22, 1844, died.

Family home Prove, Utah.

Seventy; high priest in Mormon church. Farmer and miller. Died June 1, 1887.

Sources:

Farrer, Roger, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Roger Farrer and Mary Stubbs). Born April 17, 1838, Westmorland, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Agnes Strong February 18, 1857, Provo, Utah (daughter of John Strong and Agnes Miller, of Provo, pioneers October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company). She was born October 3, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Agnes A. born December 18, 1857, married Josiah W. duff;
  2. James R. born March 25, 1860, married Mary J. Roberts;
  3. John W. born July 15, 1862, married Alice Vilate Loveless;
  4. Joseph T. born July 1, 1865, married Sarah Chipman;
  5. Mary Ettie born March 28, 1874, married Walter P. Whitehead
  6. Edward born December 6, 1878, married Ruth Peay.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Member 45th quorum seventies and high priest; high councilor Utah stake. Provo city councilman 13 years. Farmer.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “April 17, 1838” but his gravestone lists a birthdate of “April 17, 1837”.

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Farrer, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Roger Farrer and Catherine Hadwin, both of Brigstreer, Westmorland, England). He was born January 26, 1821, Brigstreer, England. Came to Utah 1847, Captain Taylor company.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Kerry January 2, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Kerry and Elizabeth Sharp, both of England). She was born December 11, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Mary Elizabeth, died;
  2. William K., married Mary Ann Halliday;
  3. Roger C.;
  4. Catherine A., married Hugh Ross;
  5. Frances J., died;
  6. Emma T., married Hyrum F. Thomas;
  7. Sarah A.;
  8. Thomas, married Rose Hardy.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to Sandwich Islands 1848-51. Farmer. Died February 17, 1890, Provo, Utah.

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Fausett, William McGee

(son of Richard Fausett of Tennessee). Born January 6, 1807, in Tennessee; Came to Utah September, 1851, Alexander Stephens company.

Married:Matilda Caroline Butcher in Tennessee (daughter of Isaac Butcher and Narcissus Rebecca Rentfrow of Tennessee). She was born August 18, 1809.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Maria, married William Follett;
  2. Martha Jane, died;
  3. Rebecca, married Corneling Lott, married Lewis Saunsosee;
  4. Mary Ann, married John Lott;
  5. Harriet Catherine, married James Addison Bean;
  6. Sarah Louisa, married John Wesley Turner;
  7. Amanda Caroline, died;
  8. Joseph Smith, married Clarissa N. Wilcox;
  9. William, died;
  10. Isaac Romanzo, married Samantha Louisa Mecham.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Ruth Bailey Logan at Salt Lake City.
Their child:
  1. Julia Ann, married Thomas Holdaway.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Bukie (Boshard) at Salt Lake City.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Matilda Hardy.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Bishop of Provo 21 years. Farmer. Died September 6, 1896.

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Fausett, Isaac Romanzo

(son of William M. Fausett and Matilda Caroline Butcher). Born December 19, 1853, Provo, Utah.

Married:Samantha Louisa Mecham March 4, 1874, Provo, Utah (daughter of Lewis Mecham and Lydia Wells, pioneers 1852, James Snow company). She was born December 12, 1856.
Their children:
  1. William born April 25, 1875, married Bertha Herbert;
  2. Otis Eugene born September 8, 1876, died infant;
  3. Raymond born March 1, 1878, died aged 11;
  4. Lydia Matilda born October 3, 1879, married Raymond Davis;
  5. Julia Ann born September 11, 1881, died infant;
  6. Edna born June 3, 1883;
  7. Sarah born January 5, 1885, married Robert D. Young;
  8. Florence born September 27, 1896, married Marian Adamson;
  9. Lewis born September 4, 1888, married Lucy Bigelow;
  10. Elmer born September 4, 1880;
  11. Estella born December 5, 1892, married Frank Simmons;
  12. Jennie born December 25, 1894, died infant;
  13. Whitmor born June 16, 1896;
  14. Arnold born September 11, 1898;
  15. Polly born February 3, 1901.

Family home Wallsburg, Utah.

Elder. Farmer.

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Fausett, Lewis

(son of Isaac Ramonzo Fausett and Samantha Louisa Mecham). Born September 4, 1888, Provo, Utah.

Married:Lucy Lavina Bigelow July 13, 1908, Heber, Utah (daughter of Daniel Bigelow and Clara Ostensen of Camp Creek, Mercer county, Illinois, pioneers with Captain Snow company). She was born January 21, 1890.
Their children:
  1. Lucy Ella born June 25, 1909;
  2. Lewis Earle born October 21, 1911.

Family home Wallsburg, Utah.

Farmer.

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Fawsett, John

Born December 22, 1804, Illinois. Came to Utah by oxteam.

His children:
  1. Amanda, married Washington Clift;
  2. William, married Julia Stevens.
Married:Mary E. Shelton at Provo, Utah (daughter of Stephen Shelton and Nancy Brown of Jackson county, Missouri). She was born in 1825.
Their children:
  1. Nancy, married James Davis;
  2. Margaret Ann, married John Van Wagner;
  3. Elizabeth, married Phelix Murphy;
  4. Amanda, married Heber Wardel;
  5. Sarah, married John Hartnet;
  6. Julia, married Charles Zufelt;
  7. Eliza, married Thomas Hair;
  8. Jeanetta, died;
  9. Janie, married William H. Graham;
  10. John W., married Irene Burgner;
  11. Davin, died.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Bishop of Midway, Utah. Veteran of Black Hawk war. Farmer and sheep raiser. Died 1873.

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Fawsett, John W.

(son of John Fawsett and Mary E. Shelton). Born February 23, 1871, at Midway, Utah.

Married:Irene Burgner January 10, 1896, Heber, Utah (daughter of Christian Burgner and Amelia Sultzer of Switzerland). She was born October 21, 1877.
Their children:
  1. John William born November 6, 1896;
  2. Nancy Irene, born October 22, 1897;
  3. Sarah Jane born August 27, 1900;
  4. Charles Edmund born December 23, 1901;
  5. Amanda Elizabeth born October 29, 1903;
  6. Jessie Amelia born January 24, 1906;
  7. Walker Ray born March 24, 1908;
  8. Violet May born May 24, 1910.

Family home Midway, Utah. Sheepraiser and miner.

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Featherstone, Thomas

(son of John Featherstone and Eliza Berkinshaw of Kegworth, Leicestershire, England). Born September 15, 1834, at Kegworth. Came to Utah September 11, 1857.

Married:Emma Smith January 11, 1853 (daughter of John Smith and Mary Ann Gauntly), who was born August 9, 1832, Nottingham, England, and died April 12, 1913.
Their children:
  1. John T. born November 16, 1853, died February 22, 1854;
  2. William Edwin born July 12, 1856, died August 24, 1864;
  3. Mary Ann born November 10, 1859, (died June 1, 1907), married Hyrum Hoggard;
  4. Franklin Joseph born December 26, 1861, married Martha Larson;
  5. Thomas born October 23, 1864, married Mary Boley;
  6. Stephen born July 9, 1867, died May 17, 1912, married Charlotte Rushton;
  7. Elizabeth born October 17, 1870, died May 14, 1900, married Frank Walker.

Family home American Fork, Utah.

Married:Martha Richards July 12, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac Richards and Ann Toulson), who was born December 4, 1844, Attenborough, Derbyshire, England, and came to Utah 1864, John J. Rawlins company.
Their children:
  1. John born July 10, 1869, died July 11, 1869;
  2. Heber Chase born May 25, 1874, married Celestial Brown 1894;
  3. Joseph F. born June 26, 1881, married Marie Snow;
  4. James born November 5, 1884, died October 21, 1895.

Settled at American Fork 1857. Seventy and high priest.

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Felshaw, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861. Mayor of Fillmore, Utah.

(son of Elisha Felshaw and Sarah Hicks of New York state.) Born January 1, 1800, Granville, Washington county, New York. Came to Utah September 9, 1861, Abraham Day company.

Married:Mary Harriet Gilbert 1826 in Washington county, New York, daughter of Josiah Gilbert and Susannah Hyde of that state). She was born June 6, 1808, in Otsego county, New York.
Their children:
  1. Betsy born July 1831, died young;
  2. Julia born June 27, 1832, married Clarence Merrille December 7, 1867;
  3. William Alma born July 3, 1834;
  4. Mary;
  5. Lemuel;
  6. Josiah, latter four died young;
  7. John born November 23, 1836, married Frances Croft;
  8. Anna Mary born December 28, 1839, died young;
  9. Lucy born March 1842, married Frank Wilson;
  10. Carolina born May 3, 1845, married David R. Stephens;
  11. Olive born November 2, 1848, married Amassa M. Lyman, Jr.;
  12. Sarah born February 3, 1861, died young;
  13. Susannah born February 3, 1851, married John Ashby.

Member 70th quorum seventies; went to Wyoming to assist in relief of handcarts company 1856; high priest. Member legislature 1854; mayor of Fillmore two terms; member town council. Worked on temples at Kirtland, Ohio, Nauvoo, Illinois, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Contractor and builder. Died September 24, 1867, at Fillmore, Utah.

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Felt, Nathaniel, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850. Member of territorial legislature.

(son of Nathaniel Felt and Hannah Reeves of Salem, Essex county, Massachusetts). Born February 6, 1816, at Salem. Came to Utah October 6, 1850, Heywood and Woolley merchandise train.

Married:Eliza Ann Preston October 3, 1839, at Salem (daughter of Joseph Preston and Rebecca Peele of that place). She was born November 10, 1820, and died June 19, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Henry, married Louise Bouton;
  2. Nathaniel Preston;
  3. Margaret Eliza, married Thomas C. West;
  4. John G., married Clara V. Hanks;
  5. Albert William, married Ida Dalquist;
  6. George F. born December 8, 1857, married Louise M. Ellerbeck September 4, 1883;
  7. Charles born, married Georgianna Spencer;
  8. Adaline Augusta;
  9. Mary Alice, married Joseph G. Cutler;
  10. Annetta Rebecca.

Family home Salt Lake City.

President Salem branch of LDS church 1843; and president St. Louis conference 1847; member 29th quorum seventies; missionary to Great Britain 1865-67; and to New England states 1869-70; high councilor many years. Alderman of Salt Lake City 1851; elected to the house of representatives in first legislature August 1851; colonel and chaplain in Utah militia 1852. Assisted George A. Smith in locating and surveying town of Parowan. Established paper in New York City called “The Mormon.” Grain merchant. Died January 27, 1887, Salt Lake City.

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Felt, George F.

(son of Nathaniel Henry Felt and Eliza Ann Preston). Born December 8, 1857, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Louise M. Ellerbeck September 4, 1883, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Witton Ellerbeck, born September 14, 1829, and Henrietta Dyer, born April 28, 1842, former pioneer October 15, 1851, Orson Pratt company). She was born May 10, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Geneva E. born July 7, 1884;
  2. Ethel born March 3, 1886, married J. P. Marshall;
  3. Alice born August 6, 1888;
  4. George Harold born August 13, 1891;
  5. Walter Lawrence born November 20, 1893;
  6. Richard Norman born October 10, 1890;
  7. Frank Allan born December 17, 1897;
  8. Marian born June 20, 1907.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 124th quorum seventies. Assistant county treasurer; secretary board of police and fire commissioners. Lumber merchant.

Sources:

Fenn, William

Married:Sarah Fenn.
Their children:
  1. Martha, married William Nuttall;
  2. George;
  3. Frederick;
  4. Sarah, married William Thompson.

Family home Provo, Utah. He was drowned in Provo river near Charleston, Utah.

Sources:

Fenton, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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(son of Robert Fenton and Mary Anderson of Sheffield, England). Born April 7, 1821, at Sheffield. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:Annie Maria Wilson 1862, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Wilson and Elizabeth Jackson of Derbyshire, England). She was born May 11, 1843.
Their children:
  1. William and George A., both died aged 2;
  2. Elizabeth C., died aged 16;
  3. John Wilson, married Eliza West;
  4. Joseph Jackson, married Sarah J. Jensen;
  5. Beatrice, married William Ebert.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Emma Coombs.
Their child:
  1. Robert Alfred born November 30, 1867, married Sarah Elizabeth Burton February 15, 1893.

High priest; block teacher. Nurseryman and florist. Died January 21, 1890, at Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Fenton, John Wilson

(son of Thomas Fenton and Annie Maria Wilson). Born March 3, 1873, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza West August 15, 1895, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Jesse West and Isabella Windley of Derbyshire, England, pioneers 1860). She was born July 10, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Thomas J. born March 6, 1896;
  2. Irene I. born April 22, 1898;
  3. John M. born May 30, 1900;
  4. Edna A. born May 11, 1903;
  5. Nellie T. born February 13, 1905;
  6. Russell W. born October 27, 1906;
  7. Leslie W. born June 27, 1909.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder; block teacher. Bricklayer.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah shows a birthdate of “March 3, 1873” while his Utah death certificate shows a birthdate of “Mar 3, 1874”.

Sources:

Fenton, Joseph Jackson

(son of Thomas Fenton and Annie Maria Wilson). Born June 7, 1875, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah J. Jensen November 4, 1896, at Salt Lake City (daughter of C. H. L. Jensen and Helbertine Nelsen of Copenhagen, Denmark, came to Utah June 23, 1878). She was born January 7, 1876.
Their children:
  1. Joseph J. born April 23, 1898;
  2. Myrtle J. born November 28, 1899;
  3. Thomas J. born September 2, 1901, died Infant;
  4. Harold J. born September 2, 1901;
  5. Hyrum J. born December 1, 1902, died infant;
  6. Gladys J. born November 18, 1903, died;
  7. David W. born September 9, 1906;
  8. Sarah E. born May 17, 1908;
  9. John M. born January 23, 1910.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High priest; president deacons quorum 6th ward; secretary 6th quorum elders; 2d counselor in bishopric 26th ward; Sunday school superintendent three years; ward clerk. Railway conductor; mail carrier; clerk in U. S. P. O. since 1902.

Sources:

Fenton, Robert Alfred

(son of Thomas Fenton and Emma Coombs). Born November 30, 1867, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Burton February 15, 1893, Logan, Utah (daughter of Robert T. Burton and Susan Ellen McBride. pioneers of Salt Lake City). She was born February 29, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Robert A. born June 2, 1894;
  2. Harris Burton born September 6, 1898;
  3. Lee Coombs born June 16, 1901;
  4. Ellen Clarissa born December 8, 1903;
  5. Burton Thomas born July 30, 1908.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to New Zealand 1895-98; home missionary; block teacher. Farmer. U. C. traveler.

Sources:

Ferguson, Andrew

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son, of William Ferguson, born November 6, 1792, Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, Scotland, and Barbara Orthur Lindsay, born February 20, 1797, at Rutherglen). Born September 6, 1818, at Rutherglen. Came to Utah September 20, 1855, Moses Thurston company.

Married:Catherine Douglas July 15, 1842 (daughter of Robert Douglas and Mary Bruce), who was born October 6, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Agnes Reid born September 21, 1843, married Fredrick Lewis January 28, 1865;
  2. Barbara Orthur born September 21, 1843, married Willard O. Creer December 16, 1862;
  3. Elizabeth Lock born November 19, 1846, married John Houghton 1866;
  4. Eli B. K. born December 28, 1848, married Christina Angus April, 1874.
Married:Elizabeth Watson July 15, 1850, at Rutherglen, Scotland (daughter of William Watson and Ann White), who was born July 4, 1811, at Kilmorack, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. William Watson born May 22, 1851, married Caroline Thomas December 21, 1876;
  2. Andrew M. T. born August 22, 1855, married Marie Simmons February 18, 1878;
  3. John Robert born April 23, 1856.

Missionary to Scotland 1879-80; president of Dundee conference. Justice of peace 1865-76; alderman 1883; city attorney of Spanish Fork. First president Spanish Fork Cooperative Mercantile Institute.

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Ferre, Roswell C.

(son of Daniel Ferre and Elizabeth Chapins of Kanesville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa). Born November 6, 1818, Bostard Township, Canada. Came to Utah October 1862.

Married:Rachael Catherine Hollister August 4, 1850, Kanesville (Miller’s Hollow), Iowa. She was born November 15, 1831, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Alva Alonzo born June 14, 1851, married Polly Harding;
  2. Josephine born December 26, 1853, married Erastus Snow;
  3. Roswell born June 10, 1856, married Eunice Martin;
  4. John Henry born September 9, 1858, married Rosalia Potter;
  5. Rachel K. born December 26, 1860, married Isaac McEwan;
  6. William born June 16, 1863, married Eva Davis;
  7. George A. born August 21, 1866, married Susan Baum;
  8. Mary A. born March 6, 1869, died;
  9. Warren S. born September 6, 1870, married Emma Bowen.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Seventy. Farmer. Died December 1886.

Sources:

Ferrin, Samuel

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(son of Ebenezer Ferrin, born September 4, 1777, and Lydia Phelps, born March 9, 1782, both at Hebron, Grafton county, New Hampshire, married, November 26, 1801). He was born November 12, 1804, at Hebron. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Olive Fidelia Coon.
Their children:
  1. Julia Fidelia, married Hyrum Boynton;
  2. Jacob Samuel born June 1, 1830, married Janet A. McBride March 29, 1857.
Married:Sally Powell (Marsh) January 21, 1833, in Pennsylvania (daughter of James and Clotilda Powell), who was born March 21, 1811.
Their children:
  1. Josiah Marsh born January 22, 1834, married Martha A. Bronson February 10, 1856;
  2. James Madison born July 14, 1836, married Eliza Jane Lincoln December 26, 1861;
  3. Ebenezer;
  4. Moroni;
  5. Sarah Maria born December 1, 1840, married Omner Call October 26, 1855;
  6. Heber Chase Kimball born October 4, 1846, married Martha J. Burns;
  7. Brigham born January 1849;
  8. Lydia born March 8, 1852, married George W. Williams September 13, 1869.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah.

Married:Ann Plant August 24, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Plant and Ann Chapman), who was born August 14, 1842, Calver, Derbyshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Annie born June 15, 1862;
  2. Samuel born June 30, 1864;
  3. Anna born May 4, 1866;
  4. Jesse born November 19, 1868;
  5. Francis born May 13, 1871;
  6. Philip born January 24, 1874.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Pleasant View, Utah.

Sources:

Ferrin, Josiah Marsh

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(son of Samuel Ferrin and Sally Powell Marsh). Born January 22, 1834, Cherry Creek, New York.

Married:Martha Ann Bronson February 10, 1856, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Leman Bronson and Lucy Brass), who was born June 13, 1834, Brownstown, Michigan.
Their children:
  1. Martha Jane born September 26, 1856, married Zachariah Ballantyne December 27, 1877;
  2. Josiah Leman born September 26, 1856, married Ella D. Stallings December 27, 1877;
  3. James Clinton born August 30, 1858, married Elizabeth E. Edge October 9, 1879;
  4. Thaddeus Marsh born September 9, 1860, married Cornelia Nielson January 24, 1884;
  5. Moroni Daniel born July 6, 1862, married Rosella Bachman December 1884, married Nancy V. Murphy June 19, 1895;
  6. George Elihu born August 30, 1864, married Josephine Hortensen July 13, 1887;
  7. Wilmer born October 4, 1866, married Nancy Pritchett October 25, 1893;
  8. Lucy Lorinda born August 26, 1868, married William Stringham;
  9. Winslow Bronson born May 27, 1871;
  10. Chariton Philip born March 8, 1874, married Ida Farley;
  11. Sally Lovella born May 12, 1877, married John F. Sharp.

Family resided Ogden and Eden.

Bishop; high councilor. Member state legislature. Farmer and stock raiser.

Sources:

Ferrin, Josiah Leman

(son of Josiah Marsh Ferrin and Martha Ann Bronson). Born September 26, 1856, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Ella D. Stallings December 27, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Stallings, born August 26, 1813, and Charlotte Jane Hussey, born July 8, 1838, Dover, New Hampshire). She was born June 3, 1869, Mill Creek, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Leman born October 10, 1878, married Minnie Slater March 30, 1899;
  2. Charles Leroy born June 2, 1880, married Delia R. Walker June 6, 1901;
  3. Arthur Moroni born December 10, 1881, married Janet A. Lindsay October 29, 1903;
  4. Lottie Jane born February 1, 1887, married David C. Lindsay September 18, 1909;
  5. Lorin Daniel born February 1, 1887;
  6. Florence May born February 8, 1889;
  7. Parley Ezra born September 14, 1891;
  8. Leonard William born March 22, 1893.

Family home Eden, Utah.

Bishop’s counselor 16 years. Farmer.

Sources:

Ferrin, Arthur M.

(son of Josiah Leman Ferrin and Ella D. Stallings). Born December 10, 1881, Eden, Utah.

Married:Janet A. Lindsay October 29, 1903, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Lindsay, pioneer 1862, and Marie Peterson, who came to Utah 1877). She was born October 31, 1881, Eden.
Their children:
  1. Leonard Arthur born August 6, 1904;
  2. Ada Maud born January 18, 1906;
  3. Clyde William born December 16, 1907;
  4. John Cyrus born December 17, 1909;
  5. George Albert born February 26, 1912.

Family resided Eden and Liberty, Utah.

Bishop’s counselor; bishop.

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Ferry, Edward Payson

(son of William M. Ferry and Amanda White of Grand Haven, Michigan). Born April 16, 1837, at Grand Haven. Came to Utah October, 1878.

Married:Clara V. White June 1, 1870, at Grand Haven (daughter of Nathan White and Sarah Brittain of Grand Haven), who was born December 4, 1844.
Their children:
  1. William Montague, married Ednah Truman;
  2. Edward S., married Mabel Edie;
  3. Miriam, married Charles C. Reynolds;
  4. Edith, married Dane T. Merrill.

Family home Grand Haven, Michigan, until 1878.

Government director Union Pacific railroad; president Trans-Mississippi Congress at Denver, Colorado, 1890; delegate to territorial legislature from Summit county 1888-92. Mining operator.

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Ferry, William Montague

(son of Edward P. Ferry and Clara V. White). Born March 12, 1871, Grand Haven, Michigan. Came to Utah July 1891.

Married:Ednah Truman June 3, 1896, at Nashville, Mich, (daughter of George A. Truman and Juliet Frink of Nashville), who was born August 18, 1872.
Their children:
  1. William M. and Sanford T. born October 4, 1898.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

City councilman 1906-12; member state senate 1913. Mining operator; banker.

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Field, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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(son of William Field, of Osberry Parish, and Mary Harding latter born June 21, 1806, Bishop’s Froom, England both of Bosbury, Herefordshire, England). He was born February 17, 1830, Bosbury, England. Came to Utah October 6, 1851, Alfred Cardon company.

Married:Catherine D. Brown July 16, 1863, Lynn, Utah (daughter of Richard D. Brown and Margaret Parkinson, of Wigan, Lancashire, England, pioneers September 20, 1864, Joseph S. Rawlins company). She was born June 8, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Mary E. born June 29, 1864, married John H. Cole;
  2. James F. born April 6, 1866;
  3. Ida A. born August 20, 1868, married William R. Moore;
  4. Eva C. born April 6, 1871, married William Stevenson;
  5. William C. born February 23, 1873, married Sarah Farnsworth (d.), married Margaret Moran;
  6. Charles W. born January 17, 1876, married Nellie Farnsworth;
  7. Margarett H. born July 7, 1877, married Joseph Baird;
  8. Riley O. born February 12, 1880, married Lena Summers;
  9. Ruby M. born May 14, 1882, married Ernest E. Conlin;
  10. Zeffie Z. born April 14, 1884.

Family home Lynn, Utah.

Member 98th quorum seventies; bishop’s counselor. School trustee. Farmer. Died January 17, 1907, Lynn, Utah.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “February 17, 1830” but his gravestone lists a birthdate of “February 17, 1831.”

Sources:

Field, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of William and Mary Harding of England). Born October 31, 1808, in Herefordshire, England. Came to Utah September 17, 1860, David Evans company.

Married:Susannah Cooper.
Married:Alice Lavender April 6, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Lavender and Charlotte Apthorpe, married October 21, 1827, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England; pioneers 1861, Captain Martineau company). She was born August 23, 1828, at Bedford.
Their children:
  1. John Joseph born February 16, 1864, married Emma Moesser;
  2. Thomas Manasseh born January 6, 1865, married Mary Riley October 13, 1897;
  3. Judah George born November 6, 1866, married Hannah Park May 5, 1889;
  4. Israel Charles born January 31, 1869;
  5. Joshua born July 26, 1872.

High Priest.

Sources:

Field, John J.

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(son of John Field and Alice Lavender). Born February 16, 1863, Taylorsville, Utah.

Married:Emma Moesser May 21, 1884. at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Moesser and Elizabeth Rushton), who was born January 16, 1866, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Alice born April 27, 1886, married Canute Peterson March 1907;
  2. Maud M. born May 14, 1887;
  3. Nellie Ray born July 6, 1889, married Parley War June 11, 1908;
  4. Emma born June 13, 1892, married Harry Empey February 2, 1908;
  5. John Franklin born January 17, 1894;
  6. Bessie born May 26, 1896.

President deacons quorum, Taylorsville, Utah; counselor in presidency 20th quorum elders. Salt Lake City; also 1st counselor, 10th quorum elders. Granite stake; president 2d quorum elders; one of presidents of 146th quorum seventies.

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Field, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Field and Mary Harding). Born January 16, 1836, in Herefordshire, England. Came to Utah October 11, 1862, Warren Snow company.

Married:Charlotte Bult October 6, 1861 (daughter of Thomas Bult and Luesa Cuerfield, pioneers July 9, 1868, Horace S. Eldredge company). She was born August 11, 1840, and came to Utah September 14, 1861, Joseph Warren company.
Their children:
  1. Charlotte Ann born April 1, 1863, married William Heber Perry;
  2. William Heber born January 1, 1866, married Henrietta Leora Campbell;
  3. George Wesley born November 10, 1866, married Ida Clifford;
  4. Elzy Howard born January 14, 1869, married Olive Arvilla Perry;
  5. Lucy born May 18, 1871, married Haynes Robert Howell;
  6. Mary Olive born June 7, 1873, married James William Laughlin;
  7. Robert Warren born February 17, 1876, married Ellen Randall;
  8. Levi Edward born June 18, 1879, married Mary Amelia Larson.

Family home Slaterville, Utah.

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Field, William Heber

(son of William Field and Charlotte Bult). Born January 1, 1866, Slaterville, Utah.

Married:Henrietta Leora Campbell, Salt Lake City (daughter of Moroni Campbell).
Their children:
  1. Eva Pearl born November 26, 1895;
  2. Heber Delbert born September 15, 1897.
Sources:

Fielding, Joseph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of John Fielding and Rachel Ibbotson of Honiton, England). Born 1817 at Honiton. Came to Utah September 1848, Captain Lott company.

Married:Hannah Greenwood June 11, 1838, Preston, England.
Their children:
  1. Rachel born June 27, 1839, married William W. Burton March 28, 1856;
  2. Mary Ann born March 22, 1840, married James MacKnight July 18, 1863;
  3. Ellen born February 9, 1841, married William W. Burton November 2, 1861;
  4. Heber died 1868;
  5. Joseph;
  6. Josephine born 1843, married Orson Heath 1868;
  7. Sarah Ann born May 19, 1861, married William W. Burton May 23, 1870.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Ann Peak 1846, Nauvoo, Illinois.

President first seven elders who went to England as missionaries. Farmer. Died December 1863, Mill Creek, Utah.

Warning

Birthdate of 1817 listed by Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah is wrong. Joseph Fielding was born 27 March 1797.

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Fife, Adam

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John and Margaret Fife of Sauchie, Scotland). Born July 4, 1806, at Sauchie. Came to Utah September 1861, David Wilkie company.

Married:Helen Sharp at Sauchie, Scotland (daughter of John Sharp, later of Salt Lake City, pioneer 1850). She was born November 10, 1808.
Their children:
  1. Mary born June 8, 1827, married Alexander Patterson;
  2. Margaret born July 26, 1829, married David Miller;
  3. John born May 10, 1831, married Sarah Lewis;
  4. James born May 6, 1833, married Jennette Triaddle;
  5. Andrew born July 3, 1836, and Robert born April 21, 1837, died;
  6. Adam S. born July 24, 1838, married Comfort Jelly;
  7. Cecelia born October 6, 1840, died;
  8. Joseph born September 9, 1842, married Martha Ann Bingham;
  9. Ellen born September 26, 1844, died;
  10. Agnes born May 14, 1846, married Sanford Bingham;
  11. Catherine born August 13, 1848, married Francis Russell;
  12. Janet born March 1, 1851, married William Child;
  13. Jane born May 7, 1853, married Charles Densel;
  14. Sarah born December 26, 1856.

Family home Riverdale, Utah.

Quarried stone in Red Butte canyon for wall around temple grounds at Salt Lake City. Died January 1864.

Sources:

Fife, Adam S.

(son of Adam Fife and Helen Sharp). Born July 24, 1838, Clackmannan, Scotland.

Married:Comfort Jelly June 27, 1863, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Comfort Jelly of Herechester, Northamptonshire, England. pioneers September 30, 1864, Darwin Richardson company). She was born January 6, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ellen born January 24, 1869, married William Jardine;
  2. Adam J. born May 8, 1872, married Agnes Shumway;
  3. William J. born October 22, 1876, married May Jardine;
  4. Cecelia born July 11, 1879, married John Vaughn;
  5. John J. born February 17, 1882, married Elizabeth Terry;
  6. Joseph J. born November 28, 1884, married Margaret Anderson;
  7. LeRoy born June 2, 1887.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

Assisted in hauling stone fop Salt Lake temple 1852-68; also assisted in hauling the cornerstone for that edifice.

Sources:

Fife, William N.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of John Fife and Mary Meek Nicol, of Kincardine-on-Forth, Perthshire. Scotland). Born October 16, 1831, at Kincardine. Came to Utah October 18, 1863, John Brown company.

Married:Diana Davis July 9, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Davis and Sarah Thomas of South Wales pioneers September 25, 1849, Daniel Jones company). She was born April 11, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane, married Barnard White;
  2. William Wilson, married Elizabeth Stewart;
  3. Diana, married Valasco Farr;
  4. John Daniel, married Eliza Jane Stewart;
  5. Walter Thompson, married Mary Jane Merrill;
  6. Agnes Ann;
  7. Emma;
  8. Robert;
  9. Bernard.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member 37th quorum seventies; member Ogden high council. Coroner in Weber county 1869-80; Ogden city marshal 1861-76; deputy U. S. marshal 1866; colonel of 1st regiment Weber military district. Architect and builder.

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Fifield, Levi Joseph

Note

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

(son of David Fifield). Born December 12, 1803, Grantham, New Hampshire; came to Utah June 6, 1848, with other discharged Mormon battalion soldiers.

Married:Amy Tracy (daughter of Thomas Tracy and Amy Tibbits), who was born September 10, 1803, and died January 2, 1846, Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Matthew P. born June 18, 1830;
  2. Charles Byron.
Married:Sarah Smith June 7, 1846. Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of William Smith, pioneer 1848), who was born March 28, 1828, Solford, England.
Their children:
  1. William John;
  2. Joseph Levi, died child;
  3. girl, died Infant.

Member Mormon battalion. Died August 16, 1860, Ogden, Utah.

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Fifield, Matthew Phelps

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Levi Joseph Fifield and Amy Tracy). Born June 18, 1830, New Haven, Vermont. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, William G. Perkins company.

Married:Almira Jane Gibson April 5, 1852, Bountiful, Utah (daughter of John and Elizabeth Gibson), who was born March 30, 1833. Came to Utah, Levi Murdock company.
Their children:
  1. Almira Jane born June 27, 1853, married Andrew Quigley;
  2. Samuel born July 5, 1855, died child;
  3. Elizabeth, died child;
  4. Orelia;
  5. Julia.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Rebecca Ann Hoopes March 30, 1862, Richmond, Utah (daughter of Warner Hoopes and Pricilla Gifford), who was born in Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Charles Eugene born February 7, 1863, died child;
  2. Naomi Adelaide born October 2, 1864, married H. C. Heninger;
  3. Matthew Warner born May 1, 1866, died child;
  4. Daniel Lewis born May 27, 1868, died child;
  5. William Phelps born April 10, 1870, married Amorett Allen;
  6. Joseph Levi born February 24, 1872, died child;
  7. Edwin Willard born March 27, 1874, married Margarett Cowley;
  8. Wesley Andrew born December 21, 1875, married Abbie Fife;
  9. Albert Moroni born June 29, 1877, married Sarah Price;
  10. Melissa born March 31, 1879, married Ambrose Maughn;
  11. Rebecca Ann born April 16, 1881, married Ethan Allen 1900;
  12. Thomas Alma born July 10, 1883;
  13. Jesse Harold born September 29, 1885.

President high priests quorum; alternate high councilor, Oneida stake. Settled in Cache valley 1849; moved to Bear Lake valley. Went to the relief of Salmon river settlers.

Sources:

Fifield, William Phelps

(son of Matthew Phelps Fifield and Rebecca Ann Hoopes). He was born April 10, 1870, Weston, Idaho.

Married:Amorett Allen November 29, 1893, Logan, Utah (daughter of Alexander Allen and Maria Cowley), who was born April 21, 1876, at Logan.
Their children:
  1. William Allen born November 7, 1894;
  2. Lois born February 29, 1896;
  3. Matthew Glen born March 31, 1898;
  4. Reah Amorett born September 7, 1901;
  5. Rachel born April 15, 1903;
  6. Melvin Joseph born August 19, 1905;
  7. Mae born May 7, 1907;
  8. Inez born March 21, 1909;
  9. Anna born February 28, 1911.

Missionary to southern states 1899-1900; clerk Rockland ward 1909-11.

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Fillerup, Andrew Peter

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1867.

(son of Peter Fillerup and Karen Rassmussen of Pannerup, Denmark). Born May 30, 1831, in Denmark. Came to Utah October 5, 1867, C. C. Rich company.

Married:Caroline Rasmine Rassmussen 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Rasmus and Jensina Rassmussen of Denmark), who was born May 24, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Caroline Rasmine born December 22, 1868, married Solomon F. Kimball;
  2. Amelia Pedernell born March 20, 1870, married Silas Hutching;
  3. Andrew Peter born January 25, 1872, married Emma Josephine Anderson;
  4. Carl Richard born November 11, 1873, married Moneta Johnson;
  5. Erastus Kruse born February 16, 1875, married Lula Johnson;
  6. Zenas Kimberly born May 24, 1878, married Clara Williamson;
  7. Albert Frederick born May 24, 1878, married Luella Lane;
  8. Sofus Alexander born July 10, 1880;
  9. Rosena Eleonora Andrea born January 22, 1882, married Hugh Parks.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest missionary to Denmark 1893-95; ward teacher. Road supervisor. Assisted in building woolen mills and first jail at Provo. Farmer. Deceased.

Sources:

Fillerup, Andrew Peter, Jr.

(son of Andrew Peter Fillerup and Caroline R. Rassmussen). Born January 25, 1872, Provo, Utah.

Married:Emma Josephine Anderson June 2, 1899, Salt Lake City (daughter of Andrew Anderson and Cecilia Hansen of Lake View, Utah. Came to Utah 1883). She was born May 10, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Archie born February 27, 1900, and Andrew Pedro born April 20, 1903, died;
  2. Vivian Gertrude born January 13, 1905;
  3. Delpha Valerie born February 23, 1911.

Family home Vineyard, Utah.

Elder. Farmer; dairyman.

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Fillmore, Norman

(son of Miland Fillmore and Jane Shadbolt). Born March 1, 1848, in Waukesha county, Wisconsin. Came to Utah, John Smith company.

Married:Eleanor Searle December 31, 1867, Payson, Utah (daughter of Courtland Searle of New York state and Jerusha Hill of Petersburg, New Hampshire). She was born March 30, 1852. Came to Utah October 21, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Jerusha Jane, born December 1, 1868, married Walter Gardner;
  2. Norman born October 19, 1870, died infant;
  3. Millie Alameda born August 16, 1871, died infant;
  4. Rosa Eleanor born June 29, 1873, married John Reese; married David Curtis;
  5. Enes Estella born March 3, 1875, married Arden Elmer;
  6. Lillie May born May 10, 1877, married James Mitchell;
  7. Mary Effie born August 29, 1879, died infant;
  8. Ada Agnes born December 2, 1881, married James E. Blackburn;
  9. Clara Viola born January 24, 1884, married Clarence Christensen;
  10. Chloe Amanda born August 23, 1886, married Townsend Sampston;
  11. Orin Ezra born November 28, 1889, married Clara Ivie;
  12. Dora Maud born April 18, 1891, married William Nebeker;
  13. Edith Pearl born August 26, 1894.

Family resided Payson and Richfield, Utah.

High priest; bishop Burrville, Utah; ward teacher. School trustee, Salem, Utah. Farmer; merchant at Payson and Burrville, Utah.

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Finch, William

(son of Benjamin Finch of Tipton, England). Born March 1803. Came to Utah October 1, 1854, Daniel Garn company.

Married:Rebecca Woodall (daughter 1 of Joseph Woodall and Mary Harrison), who was born October 2, 1796.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born August 26, 1831, married Jane Davis February 8, 1855;
  2. Benjamin, married Fanny Mathews;
  3. Jane, married Joseph Argyle;
  4. William born August 19, 1837, married Sarah Walker;
  5. Ann born August 6, 1839, married Walter Weston;
  6. Maria died.

Family home Birmingham, England.

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Finch, Joseph

(son of William Finch and Rebecca Woodall). Born August 26, 1831, Birmingham, England.

Married:Jane Davis February 8, 1855, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John T. Davis and Anna Burns, former pioneer 1861, Harrison Pratt company). She was born February 14, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Maria born January 19, 1856, married Theodora Barmester;
  2. Jane born March 26, 1858, married Thomas Jarvis;
  3. Rebecca D. born February 11, 1860, married Ezra Robertson;
  4. Mary E. Hanna born May 8, 1862, married Edward Heal;
  5. Joseph D. born August 2, 1864, married Ruth Roach December 30, 1885;
  6. Martha Helen born June 1, 1867, married Stephen Standford;
  7. John W. D. born December 29, 1869, married Lizzie King:;
  8. Benjamin H. D. born January 3, 1872, married Margret Holm;
  9. Cloea born March 16, 1874, married Robert Snetten;
  10. Grace D. born July 11, 1876, died;
  11. James Douglas born January 15, 1879, married Augusta Anderson.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Sources:

Finch, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Joseph Finch, born 1780, Witlame, Herefordshire, England, and Charlotte Freeman). Born May 19, 1819, at Witlame. Came to Utah 1853, Vincent Shurtliff company.

Married:Margarette Edwards 1840, who was born 1820, Whitley, England.
Their children:
  1. William born 1845 and Rosetta born 1847, died;
  2. John born 1849, married Ellen Jenkins;
  3. Hyrum born 1851, married Mary Ann Garbett;
  4. Sarah Ann born 1854;
  5. Rossella, married Henry Burnette;
  6. Jane, married Ephraim Williams.
Married:Eliza Fowler 1862 (daughter of George Fowler and Ellener Masefield, former pioner with handcart company).
Their children:
  1. William born February 2, 1866, married Mary Ellen Jesperson; married Caroline Ethel Cole;
  2. Ephraim, married Emma Davis;
  3. Joseph, married Alice Davis;
  4. Eliza Jane, married John Draper;
  5. Minnie, married George Gourley;
  6. Charlotte;
  7. Charles;
  8. Edwin, married Geneva Page;
  9. Zella Noreen, married Criss C. Johnson.

Family home Goshen, Utah.

Settled at Pleasant Grove, Utah; moved to Goshen; presiding elder Bend ward Goshen, Utah; missionary in England eight years.

Sources:

Finch, William, Jr.

(son of William Finch and Eliza Fowler). Born February 2, 1866, Goshen, Utah.

Married:Mary Ellen Jesperson October 10, 1888, Manti, Utah (daughter of Hans Jesperson and Marinda Jepson, former pioneer October 5, 1854, Hans Peter Olsen company, latter, 1853, John Forsgren company). She was born at Goshen, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Dorcas Ellen born July 15, 1890;
  2. Levern born January 4, 1892;
  3. Eugene born May 11, 1893;
  4. Leroy William born August 29, 1895;
  5. Rulon born January 20, 1898;
  6. Sarah Eliza born April 23, 1900;
  7. Edres Marinda born December 26, 1902;
  8. Gladys born June 7, 1905.

Family home Goshen, Utah.

Married:Caroline Ethel Cole May 23, 1906. Salt Lake City (daughter of Gilbert G. Cole and Rosa Walsh), who was born January 27, 1880, Overton, Texas.
Their children:
  1. Homer born May 11, 1907;
  2. John Mauris born November 16, 1908;
  3. Dora born June 22, 1910. Willis Avery born November 20, 1912.

Member 15th quorum seventies; 2d assistant Sunday school superintendent Goshen ward; missionary to southwestern states 1902; 2d counselor to Bishop William Okelbery, later 1st counselor. President amusement committee. Justice of peace four terms; school trustee.

Sources:

Findlay, Hugh

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

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(son of James Findlay and Mary Boyed of Scotland. Came to Utah 1855 and 1856, respectively). Born June 9, 1822. Came to Utah 1855.

Married:Mary Ellen Smith April 22, 1857, Salt Lake City, President Young officiating (daughter of Arthur S. Smith and Elizabeth Logue of Salt Lake City; pioneers October, 1854, James Brown company). She was born March 8, 1841, Manchester, England. Came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Arthur S. born November 8, 1868, married Elizabeth Ann Kearl;
  2. Clara Jane born July 23, 1860, died aged 6;
  3. Brigham H. born June 18, 1862, married Anna Elizabeth Wilcox;
  4. James W. born February 29, 1864, married Ida Wooley;
  5. Charles H. born December 9, 1866, m, Emma West;
  6. Nephi born October 6, 1866 died aged 1 year;
  7. Walter born August 15, 1869, married Laura Smedley.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High priest; missionary to England 1878-80. Matchmaker. Died March 2, 1900, Paris, Idaho.

Warning

His gravestone shows a death date of March 1, 1900 and not the March 2, 1900 that Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists.

Sources:

Finlinson, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Joshua Finlinson and Mary Thomlinson of Thursby, England). Born January 23, 1835, West Curthwait, England. Came to Utah 1864, John Ashman company.

Married:Susan Trimble 1866, Fillmore, Utah (daughter of Edward Trimble and Elizabeth Lennox), who was born November 27, ____.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born June 18, 1867, married Walter C. Lyman December 16, 1891;
  2. George E. born August 18, 1869, married Mary C. Roper October 9, 1895;
  3. William J. born September 29, 1871, married Mary O. Walker December 16, 1899;
  4. Margaret Ann born October 18, 1873, married Lorenzo Lovell June 5, 1901;
  5. Joseph T. born March 8, 1876, married Edith E. Lyman October 8, 1903;
  6. Joshua born March 17, 1878, married Ida Jacobson October 3, 1907;
  7. Rachel born August 28, 1880, married John L. Nielson December 17, 1902;
  8. Leo born November 2, 1883, married Lydia Lyman October 3, 1907;
  9. Ray born September 4, 1887.

Counselor in bishopric Oak Creek ward 1878-1907; ward and tithing clerk. Millard county commissioner two terms; justice of peace at Oak City, Utah.

Sources:

Finlinson, Joseph Trimble

(son of George Finlinson and Susan Trimble). Born March 8, 1876, Oak City, Utah.

Married:Edith E. Lyman October 8, 1903, Salt Lake City (daughter of Frederic R. Lyman and Ann Lovell), who was born August 4, 1879, at Oak City.
Their children:
  1. Burns Lyman born November 24, 1904;
  2. Fred Lyman born September 30, 1906;
  3. Ann born July 19, 1908;
  4. Joseph Lyman born April 26, 1912.

Family home Oak City.

School teacher six years; Millard county school superintendent 1903-10; missionary to eastern states two years; bishop Oak Creek ward 1907-11; 1st counselor Deseret stake presidency.

Sources:

Firth, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of William Firth of Wakefield, Yorkshire, England). Born February 6, 1823, at Wakefield. Came to Utah October 14, 1853, Cyrus H. Wheelock company.

Married:Jane Kendell May 12, 1846 (daughter of William Kendell and Sarah Wilkerson), who was born March 6, 1821, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. William Henry born April 2, 1847, married Sarah C. Hickerson December 7, 1870; married Sarah A. Boulton January 21, 1891;
  2. Arthur born January 18, 1849, married Emily Firth November 1869, died December 1, 1911;
  3. Heber John born 1852, and John George born August, 1855, died.

Family resided Salt Lake City and South Weber, Davis County, Utah.

Sources:

Firth, William Henry

(son of John Firth and Jane Kendell). Born April 2, 1847, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

Married:Sarah C. Hickerson December 7, 1870 (daughter of George W. and Sarah Hickerson), who was born August 3, 1852, and died November 22, 1871.
Only child:
  1. John George born November 16, 1871, died same day.
Married:Sarah A. Boulton January 21, 1891, Uinta, Weber County, Utah (daughter of Thomas Boulton and Sarah Cook, pioneers 1860), who was born April 13, 1862, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John T. born February 6, 1892;
  2. Nellie born September 27, 1894;
  3. Jennie born August 11, 1898.

Family home South Weber, Utah.

Sources:

Fish, Horace

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Joseph Fish, born April 22, 1770, and Sarah Speare, born March 24, 1770, both in New Hampshire). He was born January 6, 1799. Came to Utah 1850, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Hannah Leavitt March 18, 1825 (daughter of Jonathan Leavitt and Sarah Shannon), who was born December 26, 1805.
Their children:
  1. Julia born July 18, 1825, married Edward W. Thompson 1849;
  2. Sarah born October, 1828, married John C. L. Smith 1848;
  3. Betsy Jane born 1837, married John A. West 1854;
  4. Joseph born June 27, 1840, married Mary C. Steele March 22, 1859;
  5. Anna Maria born 1842, married Sidney Burton March 22, 1859;
  6. Franklin Richards born April 12, 1848, married Rebecca Wimmer 1866.
Sources:

Fish, Joseph

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(son of Horace Fish and Hannah Leavitt). Born June 27, 1840, in Will county, Illinois.

Married:Mary C. Steele March 22, 1859, Parowan, Utah (daughter of John Steele and Catherine Campbell; pioneers July 29, 1847, James Brown company). She was born December 23, 1840, Belfast, Ireland.
Their children:
  1. Mary Josephine born March 11, 1860, married John Barraclough October 9, 1879;
  2. Frances Amelia born April 12, 1862, married Samuel Carson October 12, 1879;
  3. Delphina Catherine born June 29, 1864, married Joseph W. Smith 1887;
  4. Joseph Campbell born November 4, 1866, married Kate Reedhead October 19, 1887;
  5. John Lazell born October 28, 1868, married Vina Cheney September 6, 1888;
  6. Jessie May born May 19, 1872, married James Y. Lee October 6, 1897.

Family home Parowan.

Sunday school superintendent Parowan 1869; member high council 1869. County clerk 1867; aide-de-camp with rank of major 1865; attorney at law; justice of peace.

Sources:

Fishburn, Robert Leeming

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1857 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of Francis Fishburn, born February 29, 1808, Darlington, England, and Eliza Jeffs, born August 25, 1813, St. Ives, England; married January 1834). He was born November 5, 1834, at St. Ives, England. Came to Utah September 11, 1857, Israel Evans handcart company.

Married:Eliza Priscilla Noble June 3, 1858 (daughter of William G. Noble and Mary Ann Harper, married December 7, 1830, Irchester, Northampton, England; pioneers October 17, 1862, Henry W. Miller company). She was born April 3, 1836. Came to Utah with husband 1862, Henry W. Miller company.
Their children:
  1. Eliza Priscilla born January 27, 1860, married J. W. Sheffield December 28, 1877;
  2. Laura Maria born February 26, 1862, married Abraham Smith December 23, 1880;
  3. Robert Leeming born December 31, 1863, married Mary Ellen Mack November 28, 1890;
  4. Francis William born November 24, 1865, married Serepta L. Mack December 23, 1887;
  5. Aquilla Noble born June 9, 1868, married Elizabeth Dick November 17, 1901;
  6. Zilphah born June 27, 1870, died April 2, 1873;
  7. Henriette born September 4, 1873, died October 22, 1874;
  8. Rachel born January 19, 1875, died December 13, 1876;
  9. Lavinia born April 6, 1876, married Thomas McMaster July 12, 1899;
  10. Leonora Louisa born May 30, 1879, married LeRoy Nelsen December 17, 1902.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

Married:Laura Matilda Noble March 9, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William C. Noble end Mary Ann Harper), who was born February 17, 1860, Great Horton, England.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born February 23, 1871, married A. B. Chambers January 31, 1895;
  2. Waterhouse Harper born October 24, 1872, died December 31, 1874;
  3. Arthur Goodwin born April 6, 1875, died December 20, 1876;
  4. James Alfred born April 14, 1877, married Martha Callan June 22, 1904;
  5. Lilly Jane born May 23, 1880, married Everett Smith September 10, 1901;
  6. Lauretta born March 11, 1885, married Albert McCann June 10, 1903.

Organized first choir in Smithfield, Utah, 1860, and served as its leader until 1866; choir leader Brigham City 1866-80; missionary to Great Britain April to September, 1880; 1st counselor in presidency high priests quorum 1877-83; released account of ill health. Justice of peace Brigham City 1872-78; county collectors 1878-78.

Sources:

Fisher, Irvin F.

(son of John Fisher and Josephine R. Lyon). Born August 31, 1864, Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Lydia E. Jones April 25, 1894, in Salt Lake temple (daughter of Evan Jones and Cynthia C. Porter of Porterville, Utah, who came to Utah 1869). She was born September 14, 1873.
Their children:
  1. John E. born February 13, 1895;
  2. Linnie May born February 14, 1897;
  3. Evan F. born February 4, 1899;
  4. Warren A. born February 12, 1901;
  5. Irvin A. born January 12, 1904;
  6. Byron P. born November 4, 1906;
  7. Marlow L. born June 9, 1910;
  8. Audrey J. born December 17, 1911, died Infant;
  9. Hortense born March 19, 1913.

Family home Bountiful.

Sixth president 100th quorum seventies; missionary to Sandwich Islands 1890-93; 2d assistant Sunday school superintendent Bountiful ward; ward teacher. Farmer and gardener.

Sources:

Fisher, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Thomas Fisher and ____ Smith of St. Albans, England). Born in England. Came to Utah 1853, oxteam company.

Married:Emma Burrows (daughter of John Burrows of England).
Their children:
  1. Frederick, died;
  2. Jane, married W. R. Huscroft;
  3. James, married Ann Nelson;
  4. George.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary in England. Died July, 1883, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Fisher, James

(son of James Fisher and Emma Burrows). Born December 30, 1857, Provo, Utah.

Married:Ann Nelson at Provo (daughter of Isaac Nelson and Margaret Wiston of Wales and England pioneers 1854, Ten-Pound company). She was born December 13, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Effie born February 8, 1882, married Louis Marriott;
  2. James Edward born October 16, 1883, married Lillian Berkin;
  3. Henry Fisher born September 7, 1885, died;
  4. Dorothy Emma born August 29, 1886, married William Frampton;
  5. Hazel Margaret born August 26, 1888, married George Halladay;
  6. Emma B. born March 14, 1891, married Hans Christensen;
  7. Rosezella born September 21, 1893, died;
  8. Florence W. born April 14, 1895;
  9. Janie Marie F. born August 18, 1898;
  10. Maud born January 24, 1901.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Farmer and fruitgrower; stockraiser.

Sources:

Fisher, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of James Fisher of Scotland). Born March 6, 1802, in Scotland. Came to Utah August 29, 1861, Lewis Bronson company.

Married:Mary Douglas (daughter of Donald Douglas), who came to Utah with husband.
Only child:
  1. Maggie.
Sources:

Fisher, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Jessie Fisher and Betsy Martin). Born October 20, 1800, in Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1850, Gilbert and Garish company.

Married:Evaline McLean 1826. at Freedom, Pennsylvania. (daughter of John Steel McLean and Elizabeth Kirk of that state), who was born December 25, 1805.
Their children:
  1. James Madison, married Edith Pierce; married Lydia Ann Rank;
  2. Curtis, died infant;
  3. Helen Mariah, married Patriarch John Smith;
  4. Elizabeth Jane, married Isaac Seely;
  5. Joseph Armstrong, married Sarah Lovina Harris;
  6. Henry Charles, married Mary Freker; married Mary Jane Kingsford;
  7. Rheuhamah, married Joseph Brimm.

Family home East Mill Creek, Utah.

High priest. Millwright; built several sawmills and gristmills in Utah. Died March 21, 1867.

Sources:

Fisher, Joseph Armstrong

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Joseph Fisher and Evaline McLean). Born July 28, 1841, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Sarah Lovina Harris December 20, 1862, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Chancey Sumner Harris and Caroline Chonut of Salt Lake City), who was born July 20, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Elizabeth born July 6, 1864, married John H. Salmon;
  2. Cora Avillah born November 29, 1865, married Willard Finley Smith;
  3. Geneva Jane born April 20, 1868, married Frank Croft;
  4. Edith Evaline born April 26, 1871;
  5. Joseph Elmer born July 17, 1873, married Lenor Jensen;
  6. Ernest Sumner born August 20, 1875;
  7. Ella Florence born December 17, 1879, married Spencer O. Squires;
  8. Belva Lovina born December 1, 1884, married John Leslie Reynolds.

Family home Coalville, Utah.

Married:Mary Barr Carruth May 9, 1870, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Carruth and Margaret Ellwood of Renfrewshire, Scotland pioneers September 23, 1848. Brigham Young company). She was born August 2, 1852.
Only child:
  1. William George born May 10, 1871, married Magdalena Allison.
Married:Margaret May Merrill November 30, 1906, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Clarence Merrill and Bathsheba Smith of Nauvoo, Illinois; former pioneer 1851, Captain Howell company, latter, 1849, George A. Smith company). She was born February 6, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Abba Josephine born February 23, 1908;
  2. David Merrill born December 25, 1909;
  3. Clarence Merrill born January 26, 1912.

High priest; member stake high council 25 years. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1863. Road supervisor; city councilman; chief of police. Indian war veteran; served under Captain Lot Smith 1862. Carpenter and builder.

Sources:

Fisher, Thomas Frederick

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Thomas Fisher and Elizabeth Powell of Woolwich, Kent, England). Born February 7, 1811, Llanfyllin, Wales. Came to Utah October 28, 1854, Robert L. Campbell company.

Married:Jane Christon 1832, Deptford, England. (daughter of William Christon and Mary Brown of Woolwich, England).
Their children:
  1. Thomas W. born May 24, 1836, married Elizabeth Prescott;
  2. William F. born November 16, 1839, married Millennium Andrus;
  3. John born February 7, 1842, married Josephine R. Lyon August 16, 1864, married Harriet Knighton April 11, 1878;
  4. Minnie M. born May, 1844, married Richard E. Egan;
  5. Georgiana, died aged 8.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Shipbuilder for English government. High priest; home missionary. Justice of peace at Bountiful 12 years. Died January 3, 1887.

Sources:

Fisher, William F.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Thomas F. Fisher and Jane Christon). He was born November 16, 1839, Woolwich, Kent, England; came to Utah with father.

Married:Millennium Andrus January 1, 1861, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Milo Andrus and Abigail Jane Daily pioneers 1849 and 1848 respectively). She was born August 31, 1845.
Their children:
  1. William Edgar born November 21, 1861, married Mary Rainey October 8, 1880;
  2. Linnie May born July 4, 1864, married William Palmer June 18, 1884;
  3. Frederick James born November 5, 1870, died October 29, 1890;
  4. George Howard born December 6, 1872, married A. Laura Lewis September 20, 1893;
  5. Minnie Jane born March 2, 1878, married Frank Ellsworth January 1, 1900;
  6. Stella Josephine born January 4, 1880, married Louis Brossard September 12, 1900;
  7. Ray Homer born March 9, 1883, married Blanche Dierden June 8, 1909;
  8. Victor Russell born March 26, 1886, married Cecil Tucker December 23, 1908.

Family home Oxford, Idaho.

Married:Harriet Hougan October 21, 1871, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Goudy Hougan and Christiana Christensen). She was born December, 1854, Richmond, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Albert C. born February 8, 1873, married Emma Harris;
  2. Hattie born August 6, 1875, married Fred Christensen;
  3. Lorena born January 3, 1885, married George Anderson.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

Missionary to Oxford, Idaho, where he was made bishop 1878. County assessor three terms. Merchant.

Sources:

Fisher, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854. Probate judge; county commissioner; justice of peace; mayor of Bountiful, Utah; member legislature 1880-98. Pony expressman.

(son of Thomas F. Fisher and Jane Christon). Born February 7, 1842, Woolwich, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Josephine R. Lyon August 16, 1864, Bountiful, Utah, James Stoker officiating (daughter of Winsor Lyon and Sylvia Sessions of Portland, Maine, latter pioneers October, 1854, Perrigrine Sessions company). She was born February 8, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Ivan J. born August 31, 1865, died aged 4;
  2. Irvin F. born August 31, 1865, married Lydia Eliza Jones;
  3. Sylvia J. born October 6, 1867, died aged 2;
  4. Minnie born October 4, 1869, died infant;
  5. Perry C. born December 12, 1870, married Delia Harrison;
  6. Rosie L. born February 4, 1872, married Edward Hanson;
  7. Erastus W. born February 18, 1874, married S. Vina Major;
  8. Thomas L. born November 13, 1876, married Josephine Eckman;
  9. Kirkwood born November 1878, died aged 21;
  10. Horton born April 25, 1880, married Martha Stoker.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Harriet Knighton April 11, 1878, Salt Lake Endowment House, Wilford Woodruff officiating (daughter of William Knighton and Elizabeth Marrott of Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, who came to Utah November, 1869, James Needham company). She was born January 1, 1860.
Their children:
  1. George H. born January 27, 1879, married Marie Hanson;
  2. John I. born February 2, 1881, married Bertha Parker;
  3. Albert R. born September 1, 1882;
  4. Victor E. born September 12, 1885, died infant;
  5. Frederick M. born January 31, 1887, married Lucinda Tolman;
  6. Roy C. born September 15, 1890;
  7. William M. born August 11, 1892;
  8. Rulon Wells born September 10, 1898;
  9. Hattie E. born October 7, 1899;
  10. David M. born February 14, 1902;
  11. Minnie Jane born June 5, 1904.

High Priest; bishop’s counselor. Probate judge; county commissioner; justice of peace; mayor; member legislature 1880-98. Pony expressman; expressman between Salt Lake City and Carson City, Nevada. Merchant; farmer and stockraiser. Died October 23, 1905, Bountiful, Utah.

Sources:

Fisher, Vardis

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

Born 1782 in New York. Came to Utah 1854, oxteam company.

Married:Jane Fisher, who died on the plains on way to Utah.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married William Avery, married Jack Thomas;
  2. Lydia R., married George Parsons, married Leven Simmons;
  3. Joseph;
  4. Fanny, married Ezekiel Lee;
  5. Sarah, married Mr. DeVoll;
  6. Melissa, married John Despaln;
  7. Oliver.

Family resided in Missouri.

Minuteman in Revolutionary war. Died February, 1866, Spanish Fork, Utah.

Warning

Eshhom shows him as being “minutman in the Revolutionary War” which would be an impossiblity with a birthdate of 1782. The war ended in 1783 when he was only one year old.

Sources:

Fisk, Ira

(son of Hezekiah Fisk of Silver Creek and Mary Walker of Fredonia, New York). Born February 21, 1801, at Silver Creek, New York. Came to Utah 1861.

Married:Lucretia Trask February 16, 1832 (daughter of Lazarus Trask and Ruby Moulton), who was born February 25, 1808, died in Pennsylvania.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists no children for Ira Fisk and Lucretia Task but familsearch.org currently lists six children.

Sources:

Fitt, George

(son of Thomas Fitt and Ann Bennett of Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah 1873). Born June 7, 1855.

Married:Caroline R. Wakefield, November 14, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Wakefield and Caroline R. Wilson), who was born April 1, 1868, at London, England. Came to Utah September, 1866, Captain Bullock company.
Their children:
  1. Caroline E. born January 1, 1879, married Adolph Hottizer;
  2. Louise born August 14, 1880, married James Boyd;
  3. George W. born July 21, 1882, married Rosetta Neuson;
  4. Sarah E. born September 29, 1884, married John Greenhalgh;
  5. Cora I. born December 3, 1886, married Henry Greenhalgh;
  6. Annie Laura born November 26, 1888;
  7. Hazel born March 8, 1891;
  8. Leva B. born March, 1893;
  9. Amy A. born November 15, 1894;
  10. Thomas W. born January 4, 1897;
  11. John W. born August 12, 1899;
  12. Charles P. born February 3, 1902.

Family home Salt Lake City.

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Fitzgerald, Thomas H.

(son of Jerome B. Fitzgerald and Isabel Sweet of Niles, Michigan). Born March 17, 1868, at Niles. Came to Utah 1906.

Married:Edith Stevens September 26, 1894, Niles, Mich, (daughter of Thomas L. Stevens and Hester B. Kimmel of Berrlen Springs, Michigan), who was born November 13, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Mary;
  2. Isabel;
  3. Francis;
  4. Thomas.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah. Real estate dealer.

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Fjeldsted, Christian Daniel

Born February 20, 1829 Sunlbyvester, Denmark. Came to Utah October 7, 1858, R. K. Homer company.

Married:Karen Olsen 1849, Denmark (daughter of Ole Olsen of Amager, Denmark). She was born January 1, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Peter J. born August 10, 1853, married Bertha Marie Jensen;
  2. Willard S. born August 10, 1853, married Sarah C. Hansen;
  3. Veta Josephine born August 8, 1857, married Ebenezer Farns;
  4. Sarah born September 1861, married John Ellis.

Family home Sugar house ward, Utah.

One of seven presidents of seventies 1884; filled six missions; president Scandinavian mission 1861. Died December 23, 1906.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah shows a birthplace of “Sunlbyvester, Denmark” but this is probably a mistake and should be “Sundbyvester, Denmark” instead.

Sources:

Fjeldsted, Peter J.

(son of Christian Daniel Fjeldsted and Karen Olsen). Born August 10, 1853, Amager, Denmark.

Married:Bertha Marie Jensen October 12, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Peter Jensen and Bodel Clawsen, of Finen, Denmark). She was born October 30, 1857; pioneer Utah 1862.
Their children:
  1. Peter C. born December 18, 1876, married Martha Parsons;
  2. Amelia Mary born May 7, 1879, married John W. Rogers;
  3. Bertha Marie born April 28, 1882, married Oliver B. Kurtz;
  4. Martha Caroline born September 4, 1885, married W. H. Thomas;
  5. Ada Bodella born May 25, 1887;
  6. Edwin Leroy born January 7, 1890;
  7. Norman Samuel born November 11, 1893;
  8. Edith Irene born March 19, 1896.

Family home Blackfoot, Idaho.

Sources:

Fjeldsted, Lars Peter

Came to Utah 1862, Ola Liljenquist and Christian Amadsen independent Scandinavian company.

His children follow:
  1. James, married Frederick Traolstrup;
  2. Andrew, married Matilda Larson, married Mary Merup;
  3. Peter, married Ester Taylor;
  4. Morris, died;
  5. Annie Petrena, married Joseph Bridge Caldwell.

High priest. Farmer.

Warning

Eshhom lists a son James married to a “Frederick Traolstrup” but familysearch currently shows this son James married to “Lena Fredericka Tollestrup”.

Sources:

Fletcher, Edwin Francis

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Francis Fletcher and Esther born Fletcher of Westford, Massachusetts). Born in 1840, in Westford. Came to Utah October 6, 1851.

Married:Eliza Duncombe at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Duncombe of England).
Their children:
  1. Francis Eugene, married Edith K. Pearson;
  2. Melvina, married William H. Jones;
  3. Rose, married Dugal C. Wilson;
  4. Edwin, married Emily G. Selley;
  5. Sarah Jane, married Willis I. Chugg;
  6. Willard N., married Emily Grether.

Family home 10th ward, Salt Lake City.

Veteran fireman; veteran Black Hawk Indian war; carpenter. Died March 22, 1913, at Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Fletcher, Edwin

(son of Edwin Francis Fletcher and Eliza Duncombe). Born July 30, 1875, in Salt Lake City.

Married:Emily Selley August 1, 1900, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Selley and Sarah Lake of Devonshire, England, who came to Utah September 26, 1866, John Holliday company). She was born November 23, 1877.
Their children:
  1. Howard William born March 17, 1902;
  2. Calvin Edwin born February 5, 1904, died aged 4;
  3. Elva born February 13, 1907;
  4. Evelin Grace born July 14, 1910.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah. Priest. Carpenter.

Sources:

Flint, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Josiah Flint and Annie Woodard of New York). Born January 28, 1814, Spafford, Onondaga county, New York. Came to Utah September 26, 1848, Brigham Young and Heber Kimball company.

Married:Mary Jane Goodridge December 24, 1850 (daughter of Benjamin Goodridge and Penelope Gardner, pioneers 1850, Wilford Woodruff company). She was born June 11, 1825. Came to Utah with her parents.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born October 20, 1851, married George Seaman December 15, 1873;
  2. Valeria born January 14, 1853, married Edward Laird January 16, 1871;
  3. William Leonard born March 24, 1854, married Keturah Grover;
  4. Fidelia born October 21, 1856, married Henry P. Jacobs February 28, 1876;
  5. Abel Josiah born January 22, 1859, married Persinda Winegar 1884;
  6. Harriet Rosella born January 22, 1861, married A. D. Dickson June 26, 1879;
  7. George Martin born January 22, 1864, married Catherine Smith February 4, 1886;
  8. Sophia Lois born November 22, 1867, married Robert Wills December 21, 1887.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Indian war veteran. Presided over a branch of the Mormon church in New York state.

Sources:

Foley, James A.

(son of Thomas Foley and Mary Jane Berner of Chicago, Illinois). Born January 8, 1878 at Chicago, Illinois. Came to Utah August 28, 1902.

Married:Rigmore M. Frisfeldt March 7, 1900, at Chicago, Illinois. (daughter of Oscar Frisfeldt and Caroline Bouldau of Chicago, Illinois). She was born September 22, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Virginia;
  2. Patricia.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Railroad commercial agent.

Warning

Esshom lists his mother’s name as “Mary Jane Berner” while his Utah death certificate lists his mother’s name as “Mary J. Brainard”.

Sources:

Folkman, Jeppa G.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Jergen Christopher Folkman. Born September 10, 1792, Westmarie, Barnholm, Denmark, and Gertrude Kerstene Ipson, born March 19, 1790, Aokersogn, Denmark). Born December 16, 1824, at Aokersogn, Denmark; Came to Utah October 6, 1864, H. P. Olsen company.

Married:Anne Marie Petersen April 9, 1848 (daughter of Jens Petersen and Annie Catherine Knudsen). She was born February 5, 1822. Came to Utah October 5, 1854. H. P. Olsen company.
Married:Catherine Kjerstne Lund August 17, 1861, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Lars Peter and Wilhelmina Lund). She was born October 6, 1826, at Copenhagen, Denmark.
Their child:
  1. Lewis Peter born October 18, 1863.
Married:Anne Serena Anderson at Salt Lake City (daughter of Gunder Anderson and Carry Anderson, pioneers September 22, 1861, Wooley company). She was born February 20, 1841.
Their children:
  1. Jeppa George born February 29, 1864;
  2. Anne Maria born February 15, 1865;
  3. Ge Mary L. born May 13, 1867;
  4. Joseph Anton born March 11, 1869, married Marion Izatt 1896;
  5. Rachel Serena born August 20, 1871, married N. D. Thatcher 1892;
  6. Gertrude Caressa born December 25, 1873, married Willard Robbins 1892;
  7. George Benjamin born May 1, 1876, married Adeline Bevan 1902;
  8. William Tunder born January 1880;
  9. Matilda Caroline born September 16, 1881, married John Gooch, Jr., 1902;
  10. Ezra Christopher born March 11, 1884, married Mable Call, 1908;
  11. Jessie Carloss born March 22, 1887.

Family home Thatcher, Idaho.

Married:Olevia Nielsen.
Their child:
  1. Maggie Josephine born December 17, 1871, married Chris O. Anderson 1891.

Missionary to Norway; first bishop of Soda Springs, where he aided in building up the country in 1873; moved to Gentile Valley 1876; member of high council of Oneida stake. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Folkman, Joseph Anton

(son of Jeppa G. Folkman and Anna Serena Anderson). Born March 16, 1869 at Plain City, Utah.

Married:Marion Izatt November 27, 1895. at Logan, Utah (daughter of David Izatt and Isabel McNeil). She was born July 15, 1870, at Logan.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Tharen born October 15, 1896;
  2. Isobel Marion born July 30, 1898;
  3. George Christopher born February 9, 1901;
  4. David Izatt born December 2, 1903;
  5. Basil born July 14, 1906;
  6. Serena born June, 1909.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “March 16, 1869” but his Utah death certificate lists the birthdate as “3/18/1896”. His gravestone also shows a birthdate of “Mar. 18, 1859.

Sources:

Follette, William Tillmon

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Member of Mormon Battalion and Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Catharine Van Dyke of New York). Born March 26, 1819, New York. Came to Utah June 5, 1848, with contingent of Company D, Mormon Battalion.

Married:Esther Bayliss at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Bayliss and Anne Savage of Horley, Oxfordshire, England). She was born February 4, 1828. Mollington, Oxfordshire, England, and came to Utah 1853, Claudius Spencer company.
Their children:
  1. Esther Ann born October 4, 1856, married Andrew Larsen;
  2. William T. Bayliss born July 14, 1857, married Annie Nielson;
  3. Mary Catharine born June 2, 1862, married William Clark;
  4. John Savage born April 30, 1866;
  5. Emma Mathilda born March 12, 1870, married Charles Swindle.

Family resided Mill Creek, Springville, Spanish Fork, Washington and Manti, Utah.

Early settler to Utah county, settled at Washington (in “Dixie”), 1861. Indian war veteran. Farmer and stockraiser. Died January 21, 1887, Orangeville, Utah.

Sources:

Follick, George Alexander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Mathias Follick and Rachel McLaughlin of Canboro, Canada). Born October 12, 1831, Canboro, Canada. Came to Utah June, 1868, Captain Taylor company.

Married:Nancy Parker April 15, 1857. Canboro, Canada (daughter of Abel Parker and Isabel Marshall of Youngstown, New York pioneers June, 1863), who was born September 8, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Isabel, married F. M. Dayton;
  2. David, married Marian Bridges;
  3. Mattie, died child;
  4. Claude, married Mary Blaser;
  5. James, died child;
  6. George, died child;
  7. Mary Jane, married William F. Dayton;
  8. Margaret Ann, married Roy George;
  9. Abel Mathias, died child;
  10. Martha, married John R. George.

Blacksmith, carpenter and miner. Died February 25, 1911, Montpelier, Idaho.

Sources:

Follick, David

(son of George Alexander Follick and Nancy Parker). Born December 30, 1860, Egypt, Fremont County, Iowa. Came to Utah August, 1867.

Married:Marian Bridges September 21, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Henry Bridges and Frances Elizabeth Pearson of Montpelier, Idaho pioneers 1856 and 1860. Edward Ellsworth handcart company). She was born March 31, 1861, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Elizabeth born October 12, 1883, married John B. Hopkins;
  2. Marian Evaline, died child;
  3. David Romaine born October 20, 1886, married Mary Jane Randall Charles Loraine born January 14, 1889;
  4. Minnie Ida born May 11, 1892, married Jesse Green;
  5. Mabel Ina born May 11, 1892;
  6. Grace Irene;
  7. George Reuel;
  8. Sidney Bridges.

Family resided Dingle and Montpelier, Idaho.

President 79th quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1888-90; contractor, builder and lumberman.

Sources:

Folsom, William Harrison

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of William Folsom, born at Holliness, New Hampshire, and Hannah Skinner, born at Lynn, Massachusetts, of Grafton county, New Hampshire, died at Buffalo, New York). Born March 25, 1815, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Came to Utah October 3, 1860, Joseph W. Young company.

Married:Zerviah Eliza Clark August 21, 1837, Pembroke, Massachusetts, (daughter of Richard Clark and Susan Gillett. She was born February 5, 1818, West Suffield, Connecticut. Came to Utah October 3, 1860, died August 16, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Harriet Amelia born August 23, 1838, married Brigham Young;
  2. Hyrum Pearse born September 1, 1841, married Nancy Broadbent, married Annie Eliza Lenzi;
  3. William B. born February 28, 1845, married Sarah Eakle;
  4. Hinman D. born February 17, 1849, married Barbara Romney, married Gertrude Lingard;
  5. Frances Emily born September 20, 1853, married George E. Wallace;
  6. Mary;
  7. Louisa F. born October 9, 1857, married L. John Brown;
  8. Richard Clark born July 22, 1862, died in infancy.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth Gregory December 25, 1863. Salt Lake City. She was born July 10, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Henry G, married Sarah Reid;
  2. Eliza;
  3. Ella;
  4. Elizabeth;
  5. William M.;
  6. Lucy died child;
  7. Walter G.
Married:Lavina Huff October 13, 1865, Salt Lake City. She was born November 22, 1845.
Their children:
  1. Elsy, married Jean Cox;
  2. Clara, died child;
  3. Ruth, married William Wantland;
  4. Olivia, married Thomas Butler;
  5. Harrison, died;
  6. Martha, married Albert Asper;
  7. Alice, married Milton Miles;
  8. Eva;
  9. Edgar, married Grace Miller;
  10. Amy, Rachel.

Died March 20, 1901, Salt Lake.

Sources:

Folsom, Hyrum Pearse

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of William Harrison Folsom and Zerviah Eliza Clark). Born September 1, 1841, Buffalo, New York. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Nancy Broadbent December 29, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Mary Broadbent of Alton, Illinois). She was born May 18, Ashton-under-Lyne, England, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Grace Amelia born October 25, 1867, died child;
  2. Hyrum Burdett born October 13, 1869, died 1870;
  3. Hugh B. born April 6, 1871, married Josephine Whitaker;
  4. Guy born October 20, 1873, died child;
  5. Aaron born November 13, 1874, died child;
  6. Paul born March 2, 1877, died in 1890;
  7. Mark born May 23, 1879, married Amy Thomas;
  8. Ida born August 29, 1881, married Lafayette Lemmon;
  9. Mary Ella born June 21, 1884, married Clarence Lemmon.
Married:Annie Eliza Lenzi January 4, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Martin Lenzi and Mary Ann Lutz of Philadelphia. Came to Utah 1857, Jacob Hoefine company). She was born December 15, 1855, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Their children:
  1. Roy L. born December 19, 1880, married Annie Draper, married Martha Shaffer;
  2. Martin Ross L. born January 7, 1883, died in childhood;
  3. Clara L. born January 24, 1885, married James Alfred Neilson;
  4. Cornelia L. born January 7, 1888, died in childhood;
  5. Cacia L. born January 29, 1890, married John Margetts;
  6. Ralph L. born April 4, 1892;
  7. Dee L. born September 8, 1894;
  8. Annie Laura L. born April 13, 1897.

Warning

Esshom lists his mother’s name as “Zerviah Eliza Clark” but his Utah death certificate lists her name as “Zeviali Clark”.

Sources:

Foote, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1858.

(son of John and Martha Foote of Wales). Born December 21, 1819, at Frome, England. Came to Utah September 2, 1858, Horton D. Haight company.

Married:Eliza Barrett May 2, 1857, at Williamsburg, New York. (daughter of William Barrett and Susan James of Monmouthshire, South Wales, pioneers, July 4, 1875, independent company). She was born March 16, 1837.
Their children:
  1. William Charles, married Emma Twelves;
  2. Thomas John, married Sarah Louisa Haws;
  3. George Edwin, married Dora White;
  4. John Samuel, died;
  5. Eliza, married Thomas Shipley;
  6. Martha, married Thomas Lawrence Walter. Lived at Provo and Spanish Fork, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Watchman at the Provo woolen mills several years; coal miner; farmer. Died November 7, 1875.

Sources:

Foote, Thomas John

(son of Thomas Foote and Eliza Barrett). Born November 4, 1860, at Spanish Fork, Utah.

Married:Sarah Louisa Haws November 12, 1884, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Amos Whitcomb Haws and Mary Elizabeth Bean, of Provo City, Utah). She was born April 20, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Earl born November 5, 1885;
  2. Ina Louisa born August 1, 1887, married Thomas Joseph Lewis;
  3. Amos Eldred born December 19, 1892;
  4. Valeria born May 10, 1891.

Family home Pleasant View Ward, Provo, Utah.

High Priest; Sunday school superintendent. Spinner Provo woolen mills; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Forbes, Joseph Barrow

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Civil war veteran. Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of Joseph Forbes and Sarah Ann Gillpatrick of Massachusetts). Born January 29, 1847, Bangor, Maine. Came to Utah August 1, 1865, Captain Getchel company.

Married:Nancy Cooper January 1, 1866, American Fork, Utah (daughter of Isaac Cooper and Nancy Lance of American Fork). She was born September 15, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Amanda, married Willard Done;
  2. Elizabeth, married William Bust;
  3. Alice, married Byron Crosby;
  4. Joseph Arthur married Esther Hamlett;
  5. Emma;
  6. Catherine, married Henry Foster;
  7. Isaac Roby, died;
  8. Olive E., married Eli Bacley;
  9. Ellen Drew, married C. L. Joy Elbert Frederick, died;
  10. Charles Willard, married Miss Green;
  11. Ruby
Married:Mary Jane Gardner April, 1886, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Gardner and Jane Threlfall of American Fork, Utah pioneers 1862). She was born June 15, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Mabel, died;
  2. Zina Josephine, married Thomas Purdy;
  3. Ida Anna, married Heber J. Gledhill
  4. James Gardner, died;
  5. Thomas Stanley, died;
  6. Ethel, died;
  7. William Gardner;
  8. Lenore Jennie, died;
  9. Kattie Marie, died.

High Priest; Sunday school superintendent and teacher president 1st YMMIA in American Fork; member choir of American Fork. Civil war veteran. School teacher and trustee; city councilman and recorder at American Fork secretary school board.

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Ford, Alfred Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Charles and Hannah Ford of Tipton, Staffordshire, England). Born September 28, 1833 at Tipton. Came to Utah in 1847.

Married:Matilda Rasmussen December 26, 1864, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Rasmus Rasmussen and Johannah Holenberg of Trillaborg, Sweden; pioneers 1861). She was born November 13, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Hannah Matilda, married Charles C. Ensign, November 4, 1880;
  2. Isabel Caroline, married Richard E. Berrett, December 22, 1887;
  3. Alfred R., married Louise Toone;
  4. Alfreda, married John M. Worthen May 18, 1894;
  5. Almeda, married Thomas Cam;
  6. Charles Edwin, married Susan Warren, November 16, 1897.

Family home Washington, Washington County, Utah.

With exploring party to Green River; drove first mule team to California, during gold excitement. Rock and brick mason. Died December 8, 1882 at Kanab, Utah.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his arrival as “came to Utah in 1847” but his gravestone indicates that he was a “Utah Pioneer 1848”.

Sources:

Ford, Alfred R.

(son of Alfred Charles Ford and Matilda Rasmussen). Born January 20, 1870, at Washington, Utah.

Married:Louise Toone December 16, 1896, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Edward Toone and Caroline Jackson of South Wales). Came to Utah November 7, 1877 from Liverpool, England with William Paxman company. She was born September 26, 1872. No children.

Ordained an elder December 13, 1896. Carpenter; builder; farmer and fruitgrower.

Sources:

Fordham, Elijah

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Involved with editing and printing of the first Mormon missionary tract “A Voice of Warning” by Parley P. Pratt. Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

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(son of George and Mary Fordham of New York). Born March 8, 1798, New York City. Came to Utah November, 1850, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Miss Fisher.
Their children:
  1. Anne Eliza, died;
  2. George.
Married:Miss Fisher.
Their children:
  1. Bathiah, married Lyman Wells;
  2. Mormon, died.
Married:Anna Bibbins Chaffee (daughter of Amos Chaffee and Harmony Crary, who were married October 1, 1797, at Ashford, Connecticut, the former died February 20, 1849, the latter August 3, 1843, at Ashford, Connecticut). She was born March 24, 1811 at Ashford Connecticut.
Their children:
  1. Lidda Lovina died infant;
  2. Amos Pierre, married Elizabeth Hughes;
  3. Anna Maria, married John Pepper March 7, 1863;
  4. Joseph, married Mary Blake;
  5. Mary Louisa, died infant;
  6. Emily Adelia, married Jerrod Jericks.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Amelia Spencer at Salt Lake City.
Married:Jane ____ .
Their only child:
  1. Elijah.
Married:Elizabeth Hughes.
Their child :
  1. Elizabeth, died in Infancy.

Assisted in building the temples at Kirtland and Nauvoo. Member Nauvoo Legion.

Sources:

Foreman, Thomas Cephas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

Born February 20, 1824, Cartwright county, North Carolina. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Eliza Frances Biggs August 17, 1843, North Carolina. She was born July 1827, Craven county, North Carolina.
Their children:
  1. Thomas J., married Roseane Day;
  2. Nephi, married Mary Powell;
  3. Nancy, married George Hicks;
  4. Charity, married Richard A. Lowe;
  5. Joseph Hyrum, married Rhoda Ann Baldwin.

Family home Monroe, Utah.

High priest. Called to help settle the “Muddy.” Early settler to Sevier county and also to St. George. Sailor and ship-calker; painter. Died September 25, 1889.

Sources:

Forrer, Fred

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

Came to Utah in September 1864.

Married:Caroline ____.

Only child:

  1. John Frederick, who married Rosetta Michel.
Sources:

Forrer, John Frederick

(son of Fred Forrer). Born March 10, 1867, Camp Floyd, Utah.

Married:Rosetta Michel November 16, 1891, Heber, Utah (daughter of Samuel Michel and Elizabeth Thomas of Switzerland). She was born July 25, 1870.
Their children:
  1. John Frederick born July 22, 1892;
  2. Henry Hilman born December 14, 1894;
  3. Karl William born June 19, 1899;
  4. Lida Hildtrude born February 17, 1901;
  5. Cuba Avlida born December 16, 1905.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Elder. Farmer and stockman.

Warning

Esshom list his birthplace as “Camp Floyd” while his Utah death certificate lists it as “Fairfield”. The army camp of “Camp Floyd”, founded by Johnston’s Army, was located nearby Fairfield, Utah.

Sources:

Forsgren, John Erik

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

(son of John Oluff Forsgren, born October 17, 1793, and Anna Christina Hollstrand, born November 24, 1786). He was born November 7, 1816, Gefle, Sweden. Came to Utah October 16, 1847, with a part of Company D, Mormon battalion.

Married:Sarah Bell Davis (daughter of William Davis and Sarah McKee), who was born April 15, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Charles William, married Esther Smith;
  2. Sarah Alice, married Hyrum Smith;
  3. John Heber born October 7, 1856, married Ann Jane Evans August 12, 1880, married Cynthia Marie Thorn December 16, 1885, married Lydia Ann Walker July 1, 1903.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Brigham City, Utah.

Member Mormon battalion. First LDS missionary to Sweden 1849-53. Died January 22, 1890.

Sources:

Forsgren, John Heber

(son of John Erik Forsgren and Sarah Bell Davis). Born October 7, 1856, Carson, Nevada.

Married:Ann Jane Evans August 12, 1880. Salt Lake City (daughter of John Evans and Elizbaeth Davis), who was born December 6, 1859, Geneva, Monroe county, Nebraska.
Only child:
  1. Sarah Cleofa born May 11, 1881, married Victor E. Madson.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

Married:Cynthia Marie Thorn December 16, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Richard Thorn and Rebecca Ann Osborn), who was born September 4, 1864, Perry, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John Claudius born November 19, 1886, died May 3, 1888;
  2. Annie born August 16, 1888, died August 31, 1892;
  3. Ethleen born August 5, 1893;
  4. Eugene Richard born August 10, 1895;
  5. Virginia born May 20, 1897;
  6. Charles Richard born August 23, 1899.

Family home Brigham City.

Married:Lydia Ann Walker July 1, 1903, Salt Lake City (daughter of Dan Wray Walker and Barbara Ann Thorn), who was born August 27, 1872. Perry, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Afton born April 8, 1904;
  2. Donald Walker born June 28, 1906;
  3. Barbara born March 26, 1908;
  4. Waldo Walker born May 20, 1912.

Family home Elwood, Utah.

Secretary and president YMMIA of Brigham 3d ward; member stake board MIA Box Elder stake; assistant and superintendent Brigham 3d ward Sunday school; member 58th and 133d quorums seventies; superintendent religion classes of Bear River stake; missionary to Sweden 1890-92; now a high priest. Member Brigham city council one term.

Sources:

Forssell, Olaf Alfred T.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

Born September 24, 1844 Sala Westmanland, Sweden. Came to Utah 1866.

Married:Eva Neilson Anderson in September 1869 Salt Lake City (daughter of Neils Anderson and Disa Orra of Vern Land, Sweden, who came to Utah August 1869, Olsie Olson company). She was born November 27, 1835.
Their children:
  1. Alfred T., married Anna Hedberg;
  2. John W, married May Felder.

Family home 20th ward, Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Finland 1877-79. Block teacher. Teamster.

Sources:

Forssell, Alfred Theodore

(son of Olaf Alfred T. Forssell and Eva Neilson Anderson). Born July 18, 1870 Salt Lake City.

Married:Anna Hedbery May 6, 1896. Salt Lake City (daughter of August L. Hedberg and Marie Catrina Swenson of Salt Lake City). Came to Utah July 23, 1875, John Anderson company. She was born September 24, 1876.
Their children:
  1. William R. born February 28, 1897;
  2. Stella C. born June 21, 1899;
  3. Alfred L. born September 16, 1902.

Family home 20th ward, Salt Lake City.

Block teacher. Mail clerk Oregon Short Line Rail Road company 16 years.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “July 18, 1870” but his Utah death certificate lists his date of birth as “July 18, 1873”. The date of “1870” is shown as the birth year on his gravestone.

Sources:

Forsyth, John Irwin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Andrew Forsyth and Sarah Irwin, of Carlisle, England). Born July 27, 1816, at Carlisle England. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Sarah F. Barker March 29, 1841, Carlisle (daughter of John Barker and Margaret Freeland, of Carlisle). She was born October 14, 1815, Glasgow, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Jane born, married James C. Snyder;
  2. Margaret born, died;
  3. Andrew Barker, married Emily E. Moss;
  4. Sarah born, married John born Meldrum;
  5. Margaret R., married Hyrum Yates;
  6. Mary E. born, married William H. Harrison.

Family resided Ogden, Salt Lake and E. T. City, Utah.

High priest. Put up machinery for woolen factory at Canyon Creek and managed same until he moved to Ogden 1867. Located at Provo 1888. Carder, spinner and farmer. Died February 16, 1897, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Forsyth, Andrew Barker

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Irwin Forsyth and Sarah Barker). Born February 4, 1847, Port Richmond, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Emily Elizabeth Moss June 24, 1872, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Francis Moss and Eliza Crich, both of E. T. City, Utah, pioneers 1861, John R. Murdock company). She was born March 8, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Mary E. born April 11, 1873;
  2. Sarah E. born November 27, 1875, married Charles W. Penrod;
  3. Emily born August 19, 1878, married Silas L. Allred;
  4. John A. born March 2, 1881, married Elsie Clyde;
  5. Jane M. born August 21, 1883, married Colman Allred;
  6. Margaret Grace born February 9, 1886, married John W. Madsen;
  7. Grover Cleveland born November 27, 1888, married Emma Dahlquist;
  8. Claud D. born February 5, 1891, died;
  9. Barker M. born December 23, 1893, died;
  10. Stanley M. born May 10, 1896.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High Priest; block teacher. Constable and road supervisor; school trustee; postmaster, Lake Point, Utah. Carder and farmer. Black Hawk war veteran.

Sources:

Forsyth, Thomas R.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

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(son of Thomas Forsyth, born 1782, Rexboro, Scotland, and Isabella Jackson of Kelso, Scotland). Born September 10, 1813, Roxburghshire, Scotland. Came to Utah October 1, 1850, Stephen Markham company.

Married:Isabella Donald April 1839, who was born May 17, 1819, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Thomas R. born September 10, 1840, married Fredonia M. Goheen April 15, 1863;
  2. Jennett born March 29, 1842, married James A. Cunningham;
  3. George James born May 23, 1844, married Sarah Snow;
  4. Isabella Jane born March 2, 1846, married John Barnard;
  5. Marimna born April 6, 1848, married Charles Seegmiller;
  6. Neil Donald born August 4, 1849, married Sophia Harrison;
  7. Saville Delina born September 25, 1861.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Toquerville, Utah.

Married:Mary Browett August 20, 1863, Salt Lake City, who was born June 25, 1823, Leicester, England.
Their children:
  1. George Joseph B. H. born March 17, 1856, married Mary Watts;
  2. Mary B. born March 28, 1857, married Brigham Jarvis October 20, 1877;
  3. Christena born December 9, 1858, married I. C. McFarlin;
  4. William H. born November 8, 1860;
  5. Agnes born October 10, 1863, married J. F. Wolley;
  6. Eleanora born October 8, 1865, died;
  7. Benjamin H. born November 18, 1868, married Barbara Lamb December 30, 1890.

Family home Toquerville, Utah.

Member Nauvoo Legion; crossed the plains with B. T. express 1857; settled in Dixie 1861; moved to Pine Valley 1862, and to Ash Creek 1863; miller and lumberman; built a sawmill and a shingle mill at Ash Creek, then moved to Toquerville 1865.

Sources:

Forsyth, Thomas R.

(son of Thomas R. Forsyth and Isabella Donald). Born September 10, 1840, Port Huron, Michigan.

Married:Fredonia M. Goheen April 15, 1863, Washington, Utah (daughter of Michel Roe Goheen and Dorinda M. Moody the latter came to Utah 1856. Preston Thomas company). She was born September 10, 1845, Spring Creek, Harris County, Texas.
Their children:
  1. Thomas R. born February 7, 1864, married Ann Coleman;
  2. George Michel born October 2, 1866, died;
  3. John W. born March 25, 1869, married Diantha Noyes September 20, 1892;
  4. Charles D. born August 5, 1871, married Sarah Symmons December 29, 1892;
  5. William R. born September 7, 1873, married Isabelle Lund September 10, 1895;
  6. Edward A. born December 1, 1875, died;
  7. James A. born December 1, 1877, married Lorena Cook;
  8. Isabell D. born January 7, 1879, married N. C. Hielerson;
  9. Mary A. born April 5, 1881;
  10. Eliza O. born April 22, 1883, married Eric Torgerson June 13, 1906;
  11. Fredonia M. born February 6, 1886;
  12. Niel born November 11, 1887.

Family resided Pine Valley and Thurber, Utah.

School trustee Pine Valley 1860-76. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Farmer.

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Forsyth, Thomas R., Jr.

(son of Thomas R. Forsyth and Fredonia M. Goheen). Born February 7, 1864.

Married:Ann Coleman October 6, 1886, Teasdale, Utah (daughter of George Coleman and Mary Talbet), who was born May 26, 1866, Smithfield, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Thomas C. born August 24, 1887, died;
  2. George born March 7, 1888;
  3. Robert J. born December 12, 1892;
  4. Alice T. born February 22, 1894;
  5. James, died;
  6. Annie E. born November 18, 1902;
  7. Chris born March 17, 1904;
  8. Richard born February 10, 1907;
  9. Neil L. born October 24, 1908.

Family resided Thurber and Grover, Utah, and Independence, Idaho.

Married:Mira Christofferson 1890.
Married:Ellen Norwood 1902 (daughter of Richard S. Norwood), who was born June 7, 1811, Green county, Tennessee.

School trustee at Grover, Utah. First assistant Sunday school superintendent; bishop’s counselor. Farmer.

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Forsyth, John W.

(son of Thomas R. Forsyth and Fredonia M. Goheen). Born March 25, 1869, Pine Valley, Washington County, Utah.

Married:Diantha Noyes September 20, 1892 (daughter of Fred F. Noyes, pioneer September 25, 1865, Caldwell overland transportation company, and Meria Williams who were married January 22, 1869, Salt Lake City). She was born May 25, 1872, Glendale, Kane County, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Florence born December 30, 1893;
  2. John F. born October 8, 1895;
  3. Delores born October 2, 1897;
  4. Delta born February 24, 1900;
  5. Claude born August 18, 1901;
  6. Levurn born November 7, 1903;
  7. Floyd F. born December 25, 1905;
  8. Dell born September 27, 1908.

Family home Teasdale, Utah.

Farmer.

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Foster, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of George Foster and Mary Wallhene, both of Castlederg, Ireland). Born August 1810, Castlederg. Came to Utah 1852, Thomas Tidwell company.

Married:Jane McCullough July 25, 1835 (daughter of Joseph McCullough and Mattie Hutchinson), who was born March 4, 1819.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born July 31, 1836, married Seth M. Blair;
  2. Mary Ellen born December 24, 1837, married Benjamin Cluff;
  3. Margaret Ann born January 23, 1840, married Harvey H. Cluff;
  4. Eliza Arnette born 1842, married Benjamin Cluff;
  5. Joseph born September 12, 1844, married Clarise Emily Birdneau October 1867;
  6. Thomas James born July 10, 1847, died April 1858;
  7. Matilda Ruth born October 13, 1849, married Lemuel Steel October 1866;
  8. Jane born March 4, 1852, married Alfred Cluff.
Married:Verena Fisher at Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob Fisher and Annie Barbara Shufelbargar, the latter came to Utah 1855). She was born August 15, 1829, Waningen, Switzerland.
Their children:
  1. Berena born March 31, 1861, married Joseph S. Wright 1879;
  2. Barbara born October 11, 1859, died infant;
  3. George Henry born February 17, 1863, died infant;
  4. George F. born April 17, 1864, married Ruth Woodward May 5, 1892;
  5. Louisa born March 19, 1866, married William Neeley December 24, 1887;
  6. Josephine born May 20, 1868, married Albert Beckstead December 24, 1890. Died June 1, 1888, Whitney, Idaho.
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Foster, George

(son of George Foster and Verena Fisher). Born April 17, 1864. Logan, Utah.

Married:Ruth Woodward May 6, 1892, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Woodward and Rebecca Wright, the former came to Utah 1850, Robert Campbell company, the latter September 15, 1868). She was born September 25, 1874, Franklin, Idaho.
Their children:
  1. Edna born June 7, 1893;
  2. Winifred born April 8, 1895;
  3. Georgia Ruth born March 27, 1898;
  4. Gretchen born May 25, 1901, died March 12, 1905;
  5. George Woodward born August 18, 1904, died February 26, 1906;
  6. Lincoln Woodward born December 13, 1906;
  7. George Cecil born December 24, 1910.

Family home Whitney, Idaho.

Missionary to England 1895-96. Member eighth session Idaho legislature 1905-06.

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Foster, William L.

(son of William Foster). Born July 11, 1807, Lynn, Norfolk, England. Came to Utah in 1853.

Married:Amelia Chaplin (daughter of William Chaplin), England. She came to Utah in 1863 with Joseph Young company.
Their children:
  1. William H., married Eunice Neslen;
  2. Sarah, married Thomas Heath.

The Family home was Salt Lake City.

Weaver.

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Foster, William Henry

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Member of Mormon Tabernacle choir 46 years.

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(son of William L. Foster and Amelia Chaplin of England). Born June 28, 1832, at Norwich, England. Came to Utah in 1852. Died October 16, 1896, Salt Lake City.

Married:Eunice Neslen December 28, 1865, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Neslen and Eunice Francis, of Lowestoft, Suffolk, England). She was born July 15, 1838.
Their children:
  1. William Henry, died;
  2. Henry C., married Lydia Ungar;
  3. Eunice Amelia, married J. C. Lyon;
  4. Agnes Neslen, died infant;
  5. William Neslen, married Nellie West;
  6. Robert Francis, died;
  7. Alice N., married Louis Duncan;
  8. Eleanor N., died;
  9. Franklin Pitt;
  10. Laura L.;
  11. Leo N., married Ina Richie;
  12. Phoebe Neslen.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Leading tenor singer tabernacle choir 46 years; leader of the old folks choir from its beginning to the time of his death; choir leader of 7th ward. Wood turner and scroll sawyer.

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Foulger, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of William Foulger and Sarah Larter of Harleston, Norfolk, England). Born August 14, 1820, Harleston. Came to Utah 1868, independent company.

Married:Susannah Woolnough January 1, 1846, St. Pancras church, London, England. (daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Woolnough of Harleston). She was born November 23, 1820, and died December 18, 1894.
Their children:
  1. Wallace, married Sarah E. Kay;
  2. Herbert J., married Eliza Hagel;
  3. William T., married Elizabeth Robinson;
  4. Frederick, married Isabel F. Burton;
  5. Anna M., married George H. Tribe;
  6. Arthur L., married Nellie Lamph;
  7. Elizabeth H., married George H. Tribe;
  8. Charles J., married Libbie MacMaster,

Family home 21st ward, Salt Lake City.

Tailor. Died June 23, 1889, Salt Lake City.

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Foulger, Frederick

(son of John Foulger and Susannah Woolnough). Born September 13, 1851, London, England. Came to Utah September 26, 1866, John D. Holladay company.

Married:Isabel Fielding Burton December 21, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Walton Burton and Rachel Fielding of Ogden, pioneers September 23, 1854, Captain Jarvis company). She was born December 26, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Lottie B. born January 9, 1876, married Burdette Smith;
  2. Frederick William born February 23, 1877, died infant;
  3. Joseph B. born May 16, 1878, married Ethel Clark;
  4. Herbert B. born May 29, 1879, married Pearl Brown;
  5. Albert B. born September 26, 1883, married Rae Thomas;
  6. David B. born December 6, 1881, married Essie Evans;
  7. Heber C. born October 3, 1886;
  8. Franklin J. born October 8, 1888, married Lucile Farr.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah Ellen Burton February 26, 1886, Salt Lake City (daughter of William W. Burton and Rachel Fielding), who was born December 14, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Arthur B. born December 22, 1888;
  2. Ellen B. born November 21, 1890;
  3. Alvin B. born November 14, 1893;
  4. Delbert B. born July 11, 1896;
  5. Thelma B. born February 10, 1902;
  6. Belva B. born February 13, 1904.

Senior president 77th quorum seventies 1883-1913; missionary to England 1899-1902. Contractor and builder; merchant.

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Foulger, Herbert John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

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(son of John Foulger and Susannah Woolnough). Born January 10, 1848, Islington, London. Came to Utah October 3, 1863, Daniel D. McArthur company.

Married:Eliza Mary Hazel April 24, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Herbert J.;
  2. Ada E.;
  3. Isabelle L.;
  4. Nellie Pearl;
  5. Leslie H.;
  6. Vera K.

Carpenter and builder. Superintendent 20th ward Co-op. Bishop’s counselor 21st ward. Wholesale grocer.

Warning

Esshom lists his mother’s name as “Susannah Woolnough” but his Utah death certificate lists her name as “Susanna Woolner”.

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Foutz, Jacob

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Conrad Foutz and Elizabeth Hinkle of Franklin, Pennsylvania). Born November 20, 1800, at Franklin. Came to Utah October 1, 1847, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Margaret Mann at Franklin, Pennsylvania. (daughter of David Mann of Franklin). She was born December 11, 1801.
Their children:
  1. Susan, married James Brown;
  2. Polly;
  3. Nancy Ann, married John Brown;
  4. Elizabeth, married Hansen Walker;
  5. Sarah;
  6. Catherine, married Samuel S. White;
  7. Alma;
  8. Joseph Lehi, married Amanda Childs;
  9. Margaret, married Hansen Walker;
  10. Hyrum;
  11. Jacob, married Sarah Ann Thorne;
  12. Caroline Maranda, married Thomas Bacon.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Bishop 8th ward Nauvoo, Illinois; bishop South Fort, Salt Lake county. Brick-mason; farmer.

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Foutz, Jacob, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Jacob Foutz and Margaret Mann). Born August 24, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Sarah Ann Thorne January 7, 1866, Pleasant Grove (daughter of David Thorne and Elizabeth Reeves of Nottig Hill, England, pioneers 1851). She was born October 10, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Jacob Fredrick born October 11, 1866, married Olivia Warnick;
  2. Ida May born May 17, 1868, married John M. Smith;
  3. Joseph Earl born June 22, 1871;
  4. Flora Elizabeth born December 11, 1873, married James Waburton;
  5. David Hensen born October 7, 1876, married Margaret Moffatt;
  6. Margaret Belle born July 25, 1879, married Charles Evans;
  7. George Thorne born September 18, 1881, married Narcissus Edith Rogers;
  8. James Herbert born August 17, 1886, married Rhoda Jacobson;
  9. Merle Reeves born February 17, 1889;
  10. Royal Lester born January 22, 1884, married James C. Fitzgerald.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

High priest; counselor to Alexander Bulloch, president of elders quorum; ward teacher. City marshal of Pleasant Grove. Farmer and fruit grower.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “August 24, 1844” but his Utah death certificate has a date of “August 25, 1844”.

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Foutz, Joseph Levi

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Jacob Foutz and Margaret Mann). Born March 16, 1837, in Missouri. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Amanda Child February 24, 1857, at Pleasant Grove, Utah (daughter of Ezbon Child, died in Ohio, and Mary Haskins of Athens County, Ohio, came to Utah in October, 1851. John Brown company). She was born March 6, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Lent born December 29, 1857, married Lorana Nelson;
  2. Jacob born February 14, 1860, died infant;
  3. Caroline Amanda born January 10, 1861, married James B. Morrison;
  4. Ezbon Alonzo born May 6, 1863, married Alice Packer;
  5. Jacob Haskin born December 29, 1865, died infant;
  6. Mary Delilah born November 8, 1867, married Andrew Anderson;
  7. Margaret born July 31, 1869, married Edmund Nelson;
  8. Catharine born November 1, 1872, married John H. Van Pelt;
  9. John C. born August 22, 1877, died infant.

Family resided Pleasant Grove and Richfield, Utah, and Moweyaby, Arizona.

High priest. Indian war veteran. Pioneer. Farmer. Died March 22, 1909, at Fruitland, New Mexico.

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Fowers, Jesse

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

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(son of William Fowers and Ann Hardy of England). Born April 1819, Stenson, Derbyshire, England. Came to Utah September 21, 1864. Joseph S. Holllns company.

Married:Sarah Johnson November 1841 (daughter of John Johnson and Ann Ford), who was born January 21, 1820; came to Utah September 21, 1864, Captain Rollins company.
Their children:
  1. John born September 27, 1842, married Elizabeth Baird 1874;
  2. William born March 1845, married Hannah Dyson;
  3. Annie born June 1848, married James Byington November 29, 1877;
  4. Joseph born September 28, 1860, married Mary Ann Germes;
  5. George born April 2, 1853, married Laura Swenson July 28, 1874;
  6. Jesse born June 20, 1855, married Annie Byson;
  7. Franklin J. born November 5, 1857, married Elizabeth Germes;
  8. Sarah born 1860, married James Simpson 1880;
  9. Charles A. born December 21, 1862, married Mary Cox November 10, 1885;
  10. Arthur D. born April 27, 1867, married Susie Cox December 11, 1888.
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Fowers, Jesse, Jr.

(son of Jesse Powers and Sarah Johnson). Born June 20, 1855, Derbyshire, England.

Married:Annie Dyson July 28, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Dyson and Ann Crabtree, the latter came to Utah with A. Miner company). She was born June 6, 1856, Oldham, England.
Their children:
  1. Jesse Dyson born May 4, 1875, married Emily M. Green October 3, 1906;
  2. John Robert born December 3, 1877, married Janie Douglass July 17, 1900;
  3. Sarah Ann born May 7, 1880;
  4. David Arthur born October 23, 1882, married Artie Douglass March 5, 1905;
  5. James Isaac born December 22, 1885, married Martha Schult July 10, 1907;
  6. George Crabtree born June 21, 1888, married Annie Sumner July 29, 1908;
  7. Ida G. M. born November 19, 1890, married Horace Clayton September 29, 1910;
  8. Stanley;
  9. Cora May.
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Fowers, Jesse Dyson

(son of Jesse Powers Jr. and Annie Dyson). Born May 4, 1875, Hooper, Utah.

Married:Emily M. Green October 3, 1906, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ammon Green and Almira Mesick, the former came to Utah 1848). She was born October 5, 1880, West Weber, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Hazel Lenora born August 7, 1907;
  2. Cynthia Almira born December 6, 1908;
  3. Maurice Jesse born July 29, 1910.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “May 4, 1875” but his Utah death certificate lists a birthdate of “May 4, 1876”.

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Fowler, Henry Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

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(son of John Fowler of Yorkshire, England). Born April 7, 1832, at Dover, England. Came to Utah in 1861.

Married:Sarah Lee April 22, 1871, at Salt Lake City (daughter of George Lee and Sarah Peaker of Sheffield, England). Came to Utah in 1859 with Edward Stephenson company. She was born December 26, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Lilly, born January 12, 1873, married John J. McAfen;
  2. Jennie, born September 29, 1877, married Charles William Earl;
  3. Henretta born March 21, 1881, married Harry Clay Allen;
  4. Sarah Elizabeth born December 31, 1879, died;
  5. Pearl born March 24, 1883, married John Franklin Cuttler.

The family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to England. Teacher. Bookkeeper. Died February 29, 1884, at Salt Lake City.

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Fowlke, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Fowlke and Anna May, both of Nottingham, England). Born December 26, 1803. Came to Utah September 17, 1861, Horace S. Eldredge company.

Married:Harriet Raynor about 1823 at Nottingham, England. (daughter of Mr. Raynor and Catherine Frost, of Nottingham, pioneers September 17, 1861, Horace S. Eldredge company).
Their children:
  1. Catherine Elizabeth born September 24, 1824, married Thomas Windle;
  2. John born April 20, 1826, married Susannah Bonner;
  3. Harriet born September 20, 1828, died;
  4. Drucilla born December 22, 1830, married William Aston;
  5. Eliza born April 20, 1832, married Elias Aston;
  6. Emma born August 4, 1836, died;
  7. William born November 11, 1837;
  8. Lueza born May 26, 1840, married William Marriott;
  9. Frederick born July 21, 1842, married Elizabeth Cook;
  10. Sarah Ann born February 15, 1845, married John Truscott;
  11. Clara born December 28, 1847, married James Cullimore.

Family home Lindon, Utah.

High priest. Machinist and engineer; farmer. Died at Lindon.

Warning

Esshom lists a birthdate of “December 26, 1803” but his gravestone lists a birthdate of “Jan. 26, 1803”.

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Foxley, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of James Foxley, born December 2, 1807, and Elizabeth Mathews, born April 5, 1807, both of Bedfordshire, England. who were married June 2, 1830). He was born April 6, 1831, Bedfordshire. Came to Utah 1855, Kaincaid company.

Married:Ann Larkins 1852 (daughter of James Larkins, who died in Bedfordshire, and Martha Pack, who died 1851 at St. Louis, Missouri). She was born June 26, 1834; came to Utah with her husband.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

Married:Alice Nicholls September 25, 1889, Logan, Utah (daughter of Lemuel Nicholls and Emma Sarjent who were married December 31, 1861, Gravesend, County of Kent, England, they came to Utah 1885). She was born November 30, 1870, Whitstable, County of Kent, England.
Their children:
  1. William Lemuel born June 29, 1890;
  2. Cora Ann born January 4, 1893;
  3. Emma Lydia born October 4, 1896;
  4. Mary Elizabeth born October 7, 1899;
  5. Leo Hebert born November 19, 1902.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

Black Hawk war veteran. One of the first men to make nails out of wagon tires in Utah. Died January 17, 1906.

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Foxley, William Lemuel

(son of William Foxley and Alice Nicholls). Born June 29, 1890, Kaysville, Utah.

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Foy, Thomas B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Frederick and Elizabeth Foy). Born December 30, 1802, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Catherine Fink, who was born 1807.
Their children:
  1. Thomas;
  2. John M., married Alice Jost;
  3. William, married Lucinda Bingham;
  4. Elizabeth, married John Durgman;
  5. Frederic L. born October 3, 1846, married Rachel J. Slater;
  6. Susan, married John Chidester;
  7. Sarah Jane, married Thomas W. Jones;
  8. Emma, married Newton Goodale;
  9. Catherine, married Jaehue Blackburn;
  10. Mary, married George Richard;
  11. Rhoda, married Hyrum Jameson.

Family home Washington, Utah.

High priest; missionary to Southern Utah 1863-74. He, with others, laid out the Harrisville irrigation ditch. Farmer and stock raiser. Died 1874 Washington, Utah.

Warning

Esshom lists his death date as “1874” but his gravestone lists the date of “28 July 1873”.

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Foy, Frederic L.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Thomas B. Foy and Catherine Pink). Born October 3, 1846, Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Rachel J. Slater December 25, 1863. at Slaterville, Utah (daughter of Richard Slater and Ann Corbridge of Slaterville, Utah, pioneers 1852, Thomas Howell company). She was born January 8, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Frederick R. born February 28, 1865;
  2. Delila born August 17, 1871;
  3. Ida born May 17, 1877;
  4. Rachel born July 15, 1880;
  5. Ora born July 3, 1886.

Family home Slaterville, Utah.

County selectman 1890; school trustee at Slaterville. Pioneer irrigator.

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Frandsen, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Frand Jorgensen and Maria Rasmussen of Longland, Denmark). Born May 31, 1834, Longland, Denmark. Came to Utah 1856, Canute Peterson company.

Married:Karen Nielsen 1856, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Niels Christian Nielsen and Mary Larsen of Youland, Denmark, pioneers 1856, Canute Peterson company). She was born September 19, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Peter born October 15, 1858, married Tena Ottersom;
  2. Joseph born May 19, 1860, married Zina Madsen;
  3. George G. born November 25, 1861, married Helga Sophia Rolfsen;
  4. Hyrum born February 28, 1863, married Maria Jensen;
  5. Heber born February 11, 1865, married Chasta Seely;
  6. Rasmus born January 10, 1867, married Lillie Bryner;
  7. Lena born January 10, 1867, d.;
  8. Lars born August 16, 1870, married Susan Cazar Stuart;
  9. Annie born April 14, 1872, married John Herbert Horr.

Family resided Mt. Pleasant and Price, Utah.

Married:Ingerbor Sinagaard.
Their children:
  1. Ingerbor;
  2. Christian, died;
  3. Maria;
  4. Orson.

Family home Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Missionary to Denmark 1879-81; first bishop of Price, Utah, 1882-96. Tog-ether with the stake presidency located and surveyed the present town of Price. Gave the church land for meeting house, tabernacle, tithing office, public school and city hall at Price. Minuteman under C. C. Anderson at Mt. Pleasant in Black Hawk war. He moved from Mt. Pleasant to Price in 1859. Died May 21, 1898. Price, Utah.

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Frandsen, George G.

(son of George Frandsen and Karen Nielsen). Born November 25, 1861, at Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Married:Helga Sophia Rolfsen March 30, 1886, at Mt. Pleasant, Utah (daughter of Jacob Rolfsen and Margaret Kjelson of Resor, Norway, pioneers 1861, Samuel A. Wooley company). She was born July 1, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Hazel born January 31, 1887, married John Reese Llewellyn;
  2. George Ray born November 21, 1888, died;
  3. Leo born March 30, 1895;
  4. Lucile born March 30, 1897;
  5. Rulen Rolfsen born August 19, 1899;
  6. Stella Margaret born December 2, 1902.

Family home Price, Utah.

High priest; missionary to northern states 1906-08; member high council; ward teacher; assistant Sunday school superintendent. School trustee; county commissioner. Settled at Price 1896. Secretary, treasurer and director in Allred Canal company.

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Frandsen, Rasmus

(son of George Frandsen and Karen Nielsen). Born January 10, 1868, Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

Married:Lilly Agnes Bryner January 2, 1900, at Price, Utah (daughter of Hans Ulrich Bryner and Margarett Kahun of Price, the former came to Utah December 24, 1856, handcart company, the latter in 1863, with oxteam). She was born October 13, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Mona born December 24, 1900, died April 12, 1902;
  2. Gertrude born May 13, 1902;
  3. Waldo Rasmus born March 21, 1904;
  4. Mildred born August 9, 1905;
  5. Lena born February 10, 1907;
  6. Ileen born November 28, 1910.

Family home Price, Utah.

Elder. Settled at Price in 1887. Sheep raiser; farmer.

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Fraser, Alexander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Alexander Fraser of Inverness and Robena Strong of Rugland, Scotland). Born April 1, 1815, Glasgow, Scotland. Came to Utah September 16, 1868, John Gillespie company.

Married:Sarah Scott July 30, 1837 (daughter of George Scott and Jean Harvey), who was born in England and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Jane born December 6, 1838, married James Dunn September 9, 1877;
  2. Alexander born October 6, 1842, married Robena Brown May 19, 1873;
  3. George born September 23, 1849, married Ruth Hunt and Elizabeth Ramsay February 15, 1875;
  4. Sarah born July 13, 1852, married James W. Elliott June 7, 1869;
  5. Emma born October 30, 1859, married William Ogden October 25, 1877.
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Fraughton, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

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(son of Augustus Fraughton and Margaret Corpron of Nova Scotia, Canada). Born March 10, 1822, Champlain, Franklin county, New York. Came to Utah August 3, 1854, James Ivie company.

Married:Henrietta Case 1843 (daughter of Henry Case and Chloe Bancroft, of New York). She was born July 30, 1823, Enfield, Hartford county, Connecticut, died 1878.
Their children:
  1. Edatha born July 22, 1844, died infant;
  2. Franklin Augustus born January 31, 1846, married Juliett Mott;
  3. Flouretta Maranca born November 7, 1848, married William Ryan;
  4. Henry Erastus born February 16, 1852, married Christena Schage;
  5. George Homer born October 23, 1855, married Eliza Peterson;
  6. Almyra Adelaide born February 3, 1859, married Daniel Mitchell;
  7. Melissa O. born December 18, 1862, married Oscar Eskelson.

Family home Heber City, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Simpson December 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thurston Simpson and Mary Sophia Barleen), who was born June 22, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ellen, married Frank Peters;
  2. Orson Alonzo;
  3. Julia Margaret, married John Peterson;
  4. George Fredrick, died May 26, 1879;
  5. William Alma;
  6. David Lorenzo;
  7. Joseph Hyrum;
  8. Martha Griselda, married Rex Glynes.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Seventy and high priest. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Black Hawk war veteran. Died August 9, 1905, Vernal, Utah.

Sources:

Fraughton, Franklin Augustus

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of George Fraughton and Henrietta Case). Born January 31, 1846, Westfield, Chautauqua county, New York. Came to Utah August 3, 1854, with parents.

Married:Juliett Mott August 12, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Richmond Mott and Elizabeth Graham, of Decatur, Green county, Wisconsin, pioneers 1854, independent company). She was born February 12, 1852, Decatur, Green county, Wisconsin.
Their foster children:
  1. Heber J. born December 3, 1876, married Daisy Clark;
  2. Samuel;
  3. Francis born March 1, 1879;
  4. Prudence Juliett born November 28, 1881, married James McAffee;
  5. Daniel Alvie born October 23, 1883, married Lucy Duncan;
  6. Purcies Elizabeth born June 8, 1886, married John Franklin Mecham;
  7. Mary Jane born September 3, 1888, died infant;
  8. Jesse Monroe born July 23, 1891;
  9. Thomas Arthur born July 29, 1893, died November 6, 1906;
  10. Ruth Leone born January 3, 1896, married William W. Merchant.

Family resided Heber City and Wallsburg, Utah.

President 76th quorum seventies. Missionary to southern states 1885-87 and to northern states 1907-09; first counselor to Bishop Fullmer 1911; bishop of Wallsburg 1887-1903. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1866; scout in Black Hawk war. Wasatch county commissioner two terms. Lumberman, farmer and stockraiser.

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Freckleton, John Orr

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

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(son of William Freckleton, born 1799, Armagh, Ireland, and Jane Orr, born 1794, Tallanamalogue, Ireland, who were married 1818). Born March 3, 1835, Keady, Ireland. Came to Utah October 6, 1862, A. P. Harmon company.

Married:Jessie Gardner July 5, 1860 (daughter of Matthew A. Gardner and Elizabeth Leggett, married June 24, 1838, Airdrie, Scotland, the former came to Utah November, 1864, Joseph Sharp company, the latter October 1864, Homer Duncan company). She was born February 22, 1840; came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. John born May 12, 1861, died infant;
  2. John Matthew born November 27, 1863, died September 3, 1882;
  3. Jessie Lina born September 22, 1865, married William J. Harris December 28, 1882;
  4. Samuel Hyrum born March 23, 1867, married Mamie Edwards November 14, 1891;
  5. Wilford Woodruff, born February 2, 1869, married Emma Kropf June 17, 1895;
  6. William Patterson born October 28, 1870, married Louisa Frisby August 14, 1899;
  7. Charles Lee born June 7, 1872, married Chloa Mickswell July 2, 1897;
  8. Elizabeth Jane born December 18, 1873, married Hans J. Hassell June 17, 1895;
  9. Joseph Smith born June 12, 1876, died child:
  10. Josephine born September 27, 1877, married Robert H. Towers May 28, 1901;
  11. Joanna G. born January 3, 1881, married Albert Brass January 15, 1903;
  12. Jennie Orr born April 19, 1883, died child.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Goshen, Deseret, Homansville, Tintic and Eureka, Utah.

Missionary to Fifeshire, Scotland, 1857; Ireland 1900-02; superintendent Eureka Sunday school 1890-99; bishop’s counselor 1893-1900. Quarried rock for Salt Lake temple 1862; worked on Union Pacific railroad 1868-69. Justice of the peace 1897-1900, 1909-11; member Eureka school board 1895-97. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Frederickson, Ferdinand

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Henry Frederick of Schleswig-Holstein, born in 1803, killed in 1837, and Stene Katrine Christensen of Tolne, Hjorring amt, Denmark). Born March 3, 1809, at Tolne, Hjorring amt. Came to Utah 1864 with Captain Spencer company.

Married:Nelsine Marie Larsen Miller December 26, 1855 (daughter of L. C. Jensen. Miller and Elsie Marie Petersen, both of whom died in Denmark). She was born September 25, 1834, came to Utah with Minor G. Atwood company.
Their children:
  1. Lars Frederickson born August 30, 1857, married Stene Jensen March 1876;
  2. Marcus Frederickson born February 20, 1860, married Elizabeth Hoopes.

Family home western Idaho.

Sources:

Fredrickson, Lars

(son of Ferdinand Fredrickson and Nelsine Marie Larsen Miller). Born August 30, 1857, Hjorring Denmark.

Married:Stene Jensen, born October 2, 1850, at Hjorring, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Fred, born December 3, 1876, married Elizabeth Christensen September 1902;
  2. Edwin born May 21, 1879, married Caroline Erikson;
  3. Almira born December 29, 1880, married Carl Nelson April 27, 1899;
  4. Clara born September 2, 1884;
  5. Zelinda, born December 20, 1886;
  6. Fernando born October 31, 1889;
  7. Chester born November 11, 1891;
  8. Eugene born June 24, 1893.

Missionary to Denmark November 20, 1908; labored in the Aalborg conference; returned July 4, 1910.

Sources:

Free, Absalom P.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Andrew Free and Mary Pennington of Burke County, North Carolina). Born March 22, 1798, in Burke county. Came to Utah 1848, Captain Allen company.

Married:Martha Belcher 1818, St. Clair county, Illinois, who was born 1802.
Their children:
  1. Andrew Belcher;
  2. Minerva (twin) born May 22, ____, died infant.
  3. Miranda (twin) born May 22, ____, died infant.
Married:Betsy Strait 1823. St. Clair county, Illinois. (daughter of Israel Strait and Mary Thompson of St. Clair county, Illinois). She was born January 31, 1804.
Their children:
  1. Louisa born August 9, 1824, married John D. Lee, married Daniel H. Wells;
  2. Emeline born April 28, 1826, married Brigham Young;
  3. Wesley born August 7, 1827, died infant;
  4. Hannah born June 9, 1829, married Mr. Hodgkiss, married ``Daniel H. Wells <file:///C:/pioneer/_build/html/W.html#wells-daniel-hanmer>`_;
  5. Preston born March 13, 1831, married Mary Titcomb, married Ruth Titcomb;
  6. Mary A. born September 25, 1833, died aged 12;
  7. Telitha born October 5, 1835, married Alma Smith;
  8. Findlay C. born July 7, 1838, married Julia Young;
  9. Sarah Alvira born August 30, 1840, married Charles Kimball;
  10. William O. born November 18, 1842, married Josephine Young.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Annie Hicks March 5, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Hicks and Hannah Wenlock of Barking, Essex, England). She was born January 8, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Eleanor H. born March 7, 1858, married Brigham Jones;
  2. Lois born July 9, 1860, married Jacob N. Rock;
  3. Absalom P. born May 10, 1862, married Carrie Sorenson;
  4. Frances Wells born September 3, 1864, married Henry Quayle;
  5. Joseph S. born October 17, 1868, married Zina Peterson;
  6. Annie (Irene) born December 8, 1870, married Robert Morris, married Lorenzo D. Young;
  7. Wenlock A. born December 11, 1873, married Rachel Wheeler.

Family home Farmers Ward, Salt Lake City.

High priest and patriarch; home missionary. Farmer and stockraiser. Died July 23, 1882, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Free, Joseph S.

(son of Absalom P. Free and Annie Hicks). Born October 17, 1868, Salt Lake City.

Married:Zina Peterson January 10, 1895, Salt Lake City (daughter of August (Jorgensen) Peterson and Margaret Peterson of Randers. Denmark, latter came to Utah 1884). She was born December 17, 1875.
Only child:
  1. Afton L. born August 20, 1896.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Deacon. Mining engineer.

Sources:

Freeman, Elijah Norman

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Elijah Norman Freeman, born April 17, 1822, in Vermont, died November 28, 1846, in New Mexico en route to Utah; and Mary Bingham, born April 1, 1820, in Vermont). He was born May 20, 1845, LaHarpe, Hancock County, Illinois. Came to Utah September 19, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married:Annie Maria Poulson March 11, 1872. She was born April 22, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Annie Maria born December 11, 1872, married W. I. Mallory February 15, 1891.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Married:Mary Ellen Farley April 24, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Winthrup Farley and Mary Ellen Redd), who was born January 6, 1855, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Mary Isidore born May 1, 1877;
  2. Elijah Norman born May 10, 1879, married Mary Taylor December 15, 1906;
  3. Zanie Ada born November 1, 1880, married George Jesse Ruder January 24, 1907;
  4. Olive Amelia born March 14, 1883;
  5. Oscar Farley, born January 20, 1885, married Lillian Nielson January 18, 1909;
  6. Lorin Farr born January 1, 1887, married Emma Crofts January 25, 1909;
  7. Erastus Bingham born December 3, 1888;
  8. Deatric born February 18, 1891;
  9. Asa Farley born May 28, 1893.

Family resided Ogden, Utah, and St. Johns, Arizona.

Member 60th quorum seventies; high priest; high councilman in Weber stake; president YMMIA; missionary to England 1873-75; called to St. Johns, Arizona, 1881, where he served as counselor to Bishop D. K. Udall 1881-87; first counselor in St. Johns stake 1887-1905; moved to Basalt, Idaho, where he served as alternate high counselor in Blackfoot stake. Director in St. Johns Co-op 17 years and in St. Johns drug store 18 years. School trustee; member Basalt village board two terms.

Sources:

Freeman, John

(son of Arthur Freeman born 1772, and Nancy Ann Freeman born 1774). Came to Utah with John Freeman company. He was born September 6, 1804, in Kentucky.

Married:Nancy B. Smoot (daughter of Nancy Ann Smoot), who was born February 24, 1807, in Kentucky.
Their children:
  1. Adline C. born November 22, 1826, married Charles Webb;
  2. Caroline born December 15, 1828, married Charles Hall;
  3. Nancy A. born December 25, 1830, married Edmund Wide;
  4. William H. born December 25, 1832, married Angelina A. Stocking November 10, 1854;
  5. Martisha born February 24, 1834, died;
  6. John W. born April 15, 1836, married Adline Collins;
  7. Culumbus R. born June 7, 1838, married Lydia West;
  8. Margaret P. born September 27, 1840, married Joseph Damron;
  9. Levi born February 23, 1843, died;
  10. Jemima born February 23, 1843, married Ruben Jolly;
  11. Rosaline B. born July 15, 1846, died;
  12. Martha J. born February 27, 1848, married Thomas Charles Worth.

Deacon; teacher; elder.

Sources:

Freeman, William H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of John Freeman and Nancy B. Smoot). Born December 25, 1832, at New Concord, Kentucky. Came to Utah October 1849, Enoch Reese company.

Married:Angelina Stocking (daughter of John Stocking and Katherine Stocky), who was born 1833.
Their children:
  1. Katherine E. born October 2, 1866, married Thos. Butterfield;
      1. born February 4, 1858, married Mary Ann Winters;
  2. John J. born February 2, 1860, married Hetta Winters;
  3. Jurina born November 20, 1861, married Emma J. Bodell;
  4. Levi born March 28, 1864;
  5. Lida E. born February 1, 1866, married Mabel Sorensen;
  6. Angeline B. born December 19, 1867, married William B. Thomas;
  7. Margrate L. born February 23, 1872, married Robert Swan;
  8. Orin R. born April 9, 1874, married Mary J. D. Butterfield;
  9. Melvina born March 20, 1877;
  10. Albert Orin born January 2, 1870.

Family home Fort Herriman, Utah.

Married:Sarah Butterfield 1867 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Butterfield and Mary Jane Parker), who was born 1849.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Jane born March 18, 1868, married Thomas Nichols;
  2. Thos. born September 6, 1869, married Ida Eastman;
  3. Ann Eliza born November 7, 1871, married John Bodell;
  4. George W. born February 3, 1873;
  5. Adeline born March 15, 1874;
  6. Orsen born 1876, married Sarah Seamore;
  7. Sarah E. born April 6, 1878, married Henry J. Tempest;
  8. Olive born March 15, 1880, married Alfred Holbrook;
  9. Arthur born September 24, 1882, married Harriett Page;
  10. Joseph H. born August 1, 1886;
  11. Malinda M. born March 21, 1889, married James Henderson.

Family home Fort Herriman, Utah.

High priest; counselor to James Crane of Herriman branch; senior president of seventies; missionary to Southern Utah 1855. Participated in Echo Canyon trouble; member of Utah militia. Constable; deputy sheriff; justice of the peace.

Sources:

Freeman, William H., Jr.

(son of William H. Freeman and Angelina Stocking). Born February 14, 1858, at Fort Herriman, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Winters at Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of Oscar Winters and Mary Ann Sterns), who was born January 3, 1862.
Their children:
  1. William born August 22, 1881;
  2. Ivey L. born October 6, 1883, married John W. Adams March 15, 1905;
  3. Junius O. born October 22, 1885, married Myrtle Swensen October 2, 1907;
  4. Albert O. born January 29, 1888;
  5. Ruby born November 7, 1890;
  6. Rintha born November 7, 1890;
  7. Laura born February 3, 1892;
  8. Archie L. born December 12, 1894;
  9. Marion G. born October 13, 1900;
  10. Mary B. born June 26, 1902;
  11. Willie B. born September 18, 1903;
  12. Phoebe B. born June 21, 1906;
  13. Clide B. born July 12, 1907;
  14. Marinda born August 11, 1909.

Family home Salt Lake City.

President YMMIA; Sunday school teacher and superintendent; missionary two years. School teacher.

Sources:

Freer, Joseph Slack

(son of William Freer, born March 19, 1838, Alfreton, Derbyshire, England, and Martha Slack, born March 21, 1832). Born September 22, 1863, Leicestershire, England. Came to Utah October 21, 1873.

Married:Nancy P. Whitesides December 16, 1885, Kaysville, Utah (daughter of Lewis Whitesides and Susan Perkins, pioneers 1852, John Walker company). She was born March 23, 1869, Kaysville.
Their children:
  1. Lewis William born July 30, 1886, married Rhoda Alice Thompson June 27, 1906;
  2. Martha D. born December 25, 1887;
    1. Vooris born December 18, 1889;
  3. Jessie P. born July 5, 1893;
  4. Mary S. born October 6, 1896;
  5. Parley W. born October 26, 1897;
  6. Elizabeth N. born July 6, 1899;
  7. Eliza Josephine born November 2, 1902;
    1. Mark born December 10, 1904;
  8. Reed P. born March 27, 1907;
  9. Boyd S. born March 27, 1907;
  10. Lillie M. born September 21, 1909.

Family home Twin Groves, Idaho.

President deacons quorum; first counselor to President R. G. Wall of 4th quorum elders, and later president of that quorum in Davis stake; second counselor YMMIA 8 years; second counselor to Bishop J. J. Willard of Twin Groves, Fremont stake January 27, 1901; set apart as bishop Twin Groves ward January 11, 1909; teacher in parents’ class.

Sources:

Freestone, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853. Killed by Indians.

(son of George Freestone, born December 10, 1760, and Anna Youngman, born November 27, 1763, of Flixton, Suffolk, England). He was born May 16, 1795, at Flixton. Came to Utah September 9, 1853, Daniel Miller company.

Married:Ann Fall on Prince Edward Island (daughter of James Fall and Elizabeth Rouston of Prince Edward Island). She was born August 6, 1812.
Their children:
  1. George born August 13, 1838, married Alice Carlisle and Jennie Lind;
  2. James, married Poline Poulson;
  3. Elizabeth, married Langston and Lars Jenson;
  4. Rhoda, married John Vance;
  5. Phoebe, died infant;
  6. Johanna, married George Bennett;
  7. Emma, married Thomas Whitby;
  8. Jane, married Dan Johnson.

Family home Hardin County, Ohio.

Gardener and dyke builder. Killed July 1858 by Indians while crossing trail near Parowan, Utah.

Sources:

Freestone, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Thomas Freestone and Ann Fall). Born August 13, 1838, on Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia Came to Utah with father.

Married:Alice Carlisle at Alpine, Utah (daughter of Richard Carlisle of Alpine, Utah, came to Utah with oxteam company).
Their children:
  1. Alice, married John Bowden;
  2. Mary, married Harrison Maughn;
  3. Rhoda, married Robert Reynolds;
  4. Drucilla, died child.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Married:Jennie Lind August 12, 1872, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Anton Lind and Mary Ann Nelsen, both of Aalborg, Denmark, came to Utah October, 1868, Jessie Smith company). She was born March 26, 1855.
Their children:
  1. George Oscar born June 15, 1873, married Ella Holliday;
  2. Georgine Marie born May 10, 1875, died May 11, 1879;
  3. Roselle Caroline born September 10, 1877, married Stephen Beck;
  4. James Anton born April 3, 1880, married Vilate Batty;
  5. Emma Sine born January 22, 1883, married Warren Beers;
  6. Louis Alonzo born October 17, 1886, married Elmaide Labeau;
  7. Reuben Thomas born April 11, 1888, married Dora Batty;
  8. Emery Lind born August 30, 1890;
  9. Charles Royal born April 19, 1893;
  10. May Afton born May 26, 1895;
  11. Clarence Fall born February 26, 1898.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Missionary to England 1894-96; high priest; bishop of Vernal. Captain of company in Black Hawk Indian war. Sunday school superintendent. Farmer and beekeeper.

Sources:

Frew, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of James Frew and Jeanette Frew of Ayrshire, Scotland). Born June 17, 1826, Ayrshire. Came to Utah October, 1856, Daniel McArthur company.

Married:Jane Clotworthy May 1, 1846 (daughter of Whugh Clotworthy), who was born June 10, 1821, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. James born May 30, 1847, married Ellen Woodward June 4, 1877;
  2. Jeanette born January 31, 1849, married George O. Pitkin;
  3. Mary born September 1854, married Ephraim Elsworth;
  4. William M. born June 10, 1856, married Elizabeth Smith December 23, 1878;
  5. Emily Jane born September 3, 1868, married John W. Riley;
  6. Joseph born June 10, 1860, married Mary Ann Smith February 11, 1885;
  7. Hyrum born June 10, 1860, married Hannah Everett September 2, 1883.
Married:Eliza Duce in Hooper, Utah (daughter of Thomas Duce, pioneer 1856). She was born in England.
Their children:
  1. Robert B. born June 13, 1880;
  2. Ronald M. born February 9, 1882;
  3. Walter Scott born September 11, 1884.
Sources:

Frew, James

(son of John Frew and Jane Clotworthy) born May 30, 1847, Delroy, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Married:Ellen Woodward June 4, 1877. Logan, Utah (daughter of William Woodward and Sarah Davis), who was born June 7, 1858, Pleasant Grove, Utah.
Their children:
    1. Myrtle born February 25, 1879, married William Coburn June 14, 1897;
  1. James Leo born February 23, 1881, married Louise Coburn August 1900;
  2. Zina J. born November 22, 1882, married J. W. Maxey November 29, 1904;
  3. Mabel born April 6, 1884, married D. P. Whittle September 23;
  4. Oscar born March 14, 1886;
  5. Clarence born November 3, 1887, married Abbie Walker December 14, 1910;
  6. Stanley born April 7, 1890;
  7. Carl born May 25, 1892;
  8. Jeanette born April 14, 1895;
  9. Gertrude born March 9, 1896;
  10. Afton born May 17, 1899;
  11. Blenda N. born August 6, 1901.
Sources:

Frisby, Ephraim

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of William Frisby of Yorkshire, England). Born January 30, 1848, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah 1866, oxteam company.

Married:Sarah Ann Lowe November 9, 1868, Coalville, Utah (daughter of Richard Lowe and Elizabeth Harper of Yorkshire, England, latter came to Utah by railroad) She was born November 4, 1889.
Their Children:
  1. Ephraim William born August 17, 1869, married Ella Yates;
  2. Louisa E. born January 10, 1871, married William Freckleton;
  3. Anna May born January 30, 1873, married Eugene Pulver;
  4. Rachel Emily born May, 1875, died;
  5. Edward James born May, 1877; died
  6. John Eddie born September 4, 1879, married Hattie Hill;
  7. Mary Lilly born June 26, 1883, married Francis Peterson;
  8. Katie Esther born June 21, 1885, married Guy Towers;
  9. Joseph Hyrum born March 4, 1887, married Alta Chase;
  10. Teatce Pear born January 23, 1890, Died;
  11. Myrle Levean born January 28, 1893.

Family home Payson, Utah.

Teacher; elder. Mining man. Died September 12, 1908 Eureka, Utah. Buried at Payson, Utah.

Sources:

Frisby, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of David and Jane Frisby of Wolverhampton, England). Born May 2, 1809 at Wolverhampton. Came to Utah in 1866.

Married:Elizabeth Ruff 1832 Birmingham, England. (daughter of James and Betty Ruff), who was born October 7, 1813.
Their children:
  1. William;
  2. Jane;
  3. Elizabeth;
  4. David;
  5. Emma;
  6. Ephraim;
  7. Joseph H.;
  8. Lorenzo;
  9. Esther;
  10. Rachel;
  11. Ann.
Sources:

Frisby, Joseph H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864. Mayor of Provo, Utah 1905.

(son of William Frisby and Elizabeth Ruff), born May 15, 1850 at Birmingham. Came to Utah 1864, Warren Snow company.

Married:Dicy A. Staley (daughter of Merrit Staley and Rebecca Farley), who was born February 22, 1860, Ogden.
Their children:
  1. Priscilla born August 3, 1877, married O. O. Shill 1908;
  2. Joseph Merrit born February 2, 1879;
  3. Dicy Ann born April 13, 1880, married W. G. Ritchie 1908;
  4. William born May 6, 1883, married Cora Ward 1911;
  5. Cora L. born January 4, 1888, married Arnold Burgerner 1908;
    1. LeRoy born April 27, 1892;
  6. Karl B. born September 20, 1895.

Missionary to England 1899-1901. Settled in Arizona 1877. Justice of peace 1880, Navajo, Arizona, county recorder 1896. Moved to Provo 1903, where he served as mayor 1905. General manager Frisby Mercantile Company of Provo 1905-11.

Sources:

Froerer (Gfroerer), Frederick G.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(parents lived in Wurttemberg, Germany). Born May 21, 1825, in Germany Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Elizabeth Sabin (daughter of David and Elizabeth Sabin of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, pioneers 1848). She was born November 10, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Helen, married David Wilson;
  2. Mary Elizabeth, married Thomas Bingham;
  3. Margaret Louisa married Thomas Bingham;
  4. Frederick, married Elizabeth Moffatt;
  5. David died youth
  6. Anna Maria, died child;
  7. Lester Herrick, married Maria
  8. Richard Henry;
  9. Hyrum, died child;
  10. George, married Lena.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Elder; missionary to Germany 1874. Carpenter. Died April 23, 1900, at Ogden.

Sources:

Frost, Burr

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847. He often set up his forge on the trail and welded for other wagon trains. He is mentioned frequently in pioneer journals for his repairs

Born March 4, 1815, Westfield, Connecticut. Came to Utah July 22, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Mary E. Potter at Westfield (daughter of James Potter of Westfield). She was born 1814.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, died infant;
  2. Emeline, married Charles Hammer; married Mr. Woods; married Louis Marks; married George Russell;
  3. Edwin, married Eliza E. Palmer;
  4. Catherine, died infant;
  5. Burr, Jr., died aged 25;
  6. Mary, married Aphonzo M. Palmer;
  7. Sarah, married Aufus Ensign;
  8. William, died aged two;
  9. Henry, married Saline Simpson;
  10. George, twin of Henry.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza Nash.

Resided at Salt Lake City.

Married:Caroline Triplett 1863, who was born 1843.
Their children:
  1. Albert, married Catherine J. Forsyth;
  2. Isaac, married Emma C. Nielson;
  3. Samuel, married Alice Naylor;
  4. Rosa, died infant;
  5. Martha, married Edward S. Murphy;
  6. Laura, married Eugene Dickenson.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 16th quorum seventies; missionary to Australia 1852-54; one of presidents 70th quorum seventies. Blacksmith. Died March 16, 1878.

Warning

Esshom lists a birthdate of “March 4, 1815” but his gravestone shows a birthdate of “Mar. 4, 1816”.

Sources:

Frost, John Franklin

(son of Edward and Eliza Frost of England). Born August 16, 1851.

Married:Elizabeth Grace Mackintosh November 24, 1873. at Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Mackintosh and Elizabeth Ingles Hogg, pioneers 1852). She was born January 29, 1853 at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Grace Ingals born September 24, 1874;
  2. Frank Edward born April 23, 1876, died child
Sources:

Frost, Samuel Buchannan

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of McCaslin Frost and Penima Smith of Carolinas, Tennessee and Illinois and Fremont County, Iowa). Born January 2, 1810, in Knox county, Tennessee. Came to Utah 1861, William K. McKessack company.

Married:Rebecca Forman in Illinois (daughter of John Forman and Hetta Horre of Carolinas). She came to Utah 1861 with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mary, married Jerome Adams;
  2. Sarah, married Valentine Acord;
  3. Nancy, married Abram Acord;
  4. William Anderson, died;
  5. Hetta, married Stephen Allred;
  6. Samuel Buchannan, Jr., married Mary Patty;
  7. James McCasslin, died;
  8. George Washington, died;
  9. John Wesley, died;
  10. Clay, died.

Family resided Fremont County, Iowa, and Spring City, Utah, after 1861.

Married:Ester Davis 1863 at Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Keziah Davis of Gloucestershire, England, pioneers 1861, Joseph Horne company). She was born April 24, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Stephen, married Sena Jensen;
  2. Chauncey, married Lorevia Warner;
  3. Adolph;
  4. Rebecca, married Peter Nielsen;
  5. Margaret, married Organe Warner;
  6. Iven;
  7. Marion.

Missionary to southern states; ward teacher. Judge. Farmer and blacksmith. Died June 27, 1888, Cyote, Utah.

Sources:

Fry, Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860. Mayor of Morgan, Utah.

(son of William Fry, born April 14, 1793, at East Down, Devonshire, England, and Mary Ridges, born 1800, at Devonshire). Born April 16, 1831 at East Down. Came to Utah September 3, 1860, J. D. Ross company.

Married:Ann Rawle (daughter of John Rawle and Ann Blackmore). She was born September 3, 1830; came to Utah with husband in 1860.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born February 2, 1861, married William J. Eddington October 13, 1882;
  2. Susan born April 12, 1862, married Henry Tonks May 1, 1884;
  3. Richard Rawle born January 20, 1864, married Emeline Eliza Toomer March 31, 1887;
  4. Agnes born November 7, 1866;
  5. Emily born June 28, 1867, married Robert H. Welch November 29, 1888;
  6. William John born March 18, 1869;
  7. John Rawle born August 22, 1870;
  8. David James born February 22, 1873, married Mare Cambell;
  9. Henry B. born December 13, 1876, married Mable L. Nelson August 29, 1904.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married:Susan Lerwill April 12, 1876, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Lerwill and Mary Rawle). She was born May 14, 1850, at East Down, Devonshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Thomas William born November 12, 1877, married Lillian N. Gorder December 20, 1899;
  2. Alfred George born August 27, 1879;
  3. Flora Mary born October 13, 1882, married George F. Robison December 18, 1902;
  4. Charles Lerwill born November 25, 1884, married Laura Geary October 17, 1904;
  5. Winnie May born December 18, 1886, married Ebenezer T. Crouch.

Early settler in Morgan county. Presiding elder of Morgan stake and later 1st counselor to President W. G. Smith of same stake; president of Morgan stake. Morgan county treasurer four years; city treasurer four years; mayor of Morgan City; city councilman two terms.

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Fry, Richard Rawle

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Mayor of Morgan, Utah for two terms. Member of Utah state legislature.

(son of Richard Fry and Ann Rawle). Born January 20, 1864, at Morgan, Utah.

Married:Emeline Eliza Toomer March 31, 1887, at Logan, Utah (daughter of James Toomer and Mary Jane Cook), who was born September 10, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Richard Toomer born February 25, 1888;
  2. Ada Emily born March 27, 1889;
  3. Maud Eveline born February 6, 1891;
  4. Lee Ralph born May 25, 1893;
  5. Dora Blancy born September 5, 1895;
  6. Paul Joseph born December 29, 1896;
  7. William Lester born March 20, 1899;
  8. Lucille Jane born March 2, 1901;
  9. Emeline Violet born April 25, 1903;
  10. Alberta Ann born November 17, 1906.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Missionary to Canada and England 1884-86; member South Morgan bishopric 1887-1910. Sheriff of Morgan county two terms; mayor of Morgan two terms; city councilman twice. Member third state legislature 1900 and 1901.

Sources:

Fryer, Robert C.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of William Fryer, who died in 1849 at St. Louis, Missouri, en route to Utah, and Ann Colton, who died August 13, 1867, at Salt Lake City). He was born September 28, 1845. Lincolnshire, England. Came to Utah September 21, 1854, with James Buckland, afterward of Bountiful, Davis County, Utah, in Captain James Brown company.

Married:Bashua Dorcas Kingsbury October 4, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Cordon Kingsbury and Dorcas Adella Kingsbury, pioneers September 29, 1847, George B. Wallace company). She was born November 19, 1847, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Bashua Ann born July 13, 1868, married Jerome Chapman;
  2. Robert William born October 10, 1870, died September 9, 1904;
  3. Joseph Thomas born December 20, 1872, died May 13, 1887;
  4. Franklin George born April 15, 1875, married Rosa Steffensen;
  5. Rodney Hyrum born July 16, 1877, married Lucy Halladay;
  6. Nellie Dorcas born January 12, 1880, married Peter C. Steffensen, Jr.

Went to Prove with Thomas Kerry late in 1855; assisted in building home at Provo; returned to Salt Lake City 1869; from 1865 to 1866 followed teaming in Big Cottonwood canyon for Joseph C. Kingsbury and James Jack of 12th ward. Salt Lake City; 1872 employed by Bishop Edward Hunter as night watchman on the property where now stands the Hotel Utah; 1872 built first home in 12th ward; same year built second home in Sugar House ward, Salt Lake county; 1877 to 1886 followed farming and fruit raising; 1886 moved to Deweyville, Box Elder county, followed farming and stockraising; 1902 built hotel and livery barn at Deweyville, and is following same business at this date.

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Fugal, Christian

Born in Denmark. Came to Utah September 25, 1868. His wife came to Utah with him.

Their children:
  1. Andreas, married Hannah Carlson;
  2. Christian, married Margarett Jensen;
  3. Mary, married Peter Scow.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Missionary in Denmark. Shoemaker. Died at Mayfield, Utah.

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Fugal, Christian

(son of Christian Fugal). Born April 1, 1843, in Denmark. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Margarett Jensen 1869 at Salt Lake City. She was born June 2, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Stena Maria born October 10, 1870, married Thomas W. Gillert;
  2. Annie Margarett born February 20, 1872, married John Boren;
  3. Martha born January 10, 1874, died November 30, 1891;
  4. James P. born November 16, 1875, married Annie R. Thome;
  5. Louis born December 12, 1878;
  6. Lizzie born June 28, 1886, married James D. Thorne.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Missionary in Denmark. Tailor. Died November 22, 1895, at Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Sources:

Fugal, James P.

(son of Christian Fugal and Margarett Jensen). Born November 16, 1875, at Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Annie R. Thorne February 27, 1906, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Frederick Thorne and Margarett A. Armitstead, both of Pleasant Grove, Utah). She was born August 29, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Levetta born January 31, 1907;
  2. Erma born March 1, 1909;
  3. James Maynard born September 1, 1910.

Family home Woodville, Idaho.

Bishop’s counselor; missionary to Scandinavia 1900-02; ordained bishop of Woodville ward November 13, 1910. Justice of peace. Sheepman and farmer.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “Novemeber 16, 1875” but his Utah death certificate lists his birthdate as “Nov 15, 1875”.

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Fugate, Harrison Perry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Thomas Fugate, Clinton County, Ohio). Born June 10, 1821, Clinton County, Ohio. Came to Utah 1860, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Sarah Shoemaker 1849, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jezreel Shoemaker of Bennington county, Kentucky, and Nancy Golden of Quincy, Illinois, pioneers 1847). She was born July 16, 1830, Bennington county, Kentucky.
Their children:
  1. Harrison Moroni, married Jerusha Boswell;
  2. Theaphilus died child;
  3. Jezreel born November 1, 1864, married Mary Ellen Wrigley;
  4. Thomas, married Margarete Elizabeth Crookston;
  5. Mary, died child.

Families resided Manti and Ferron, Utah.

Member seventies at Manti, Utah. Settled at Manti 1849, and at Richfield 1867; from the latter place he was driven away by Indians. Settled at Ferron, Utah, 1880. Died January 4, 1902, Ferron.

Sources:

Fugate, Jezreel

(son of Harrison Perry Fugate and Sarah Shoemaker). Born November 1, 1864, Manti, Utah.

Married:Mary Ellen Wrigley, December 16, 1888, Ferron, Utah (daughter of Joseph Wrigley and Ann Singleton, both of Ferron). She was born January 16, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Ellen born July 25, 1890, died;
  2. Alona born March 2, 1892, died child;
  3. Llewlles born July 3, 1894, married Jesse M. Killpack;
  4. Reul born August 13, 1896, died child;
  5. Yukon born June 13, 1898;
  6. Promice Wendal born June 9, 1900, died child;
  7. Oren born May 4, 1904;
  8. Naomi born August 6, 1909.

Family home Ferron, Utah.

Settled at Ferron 1880. Assisted in making the canals and wagon roads and building up the country. Farmer and stockraiser.

Warning

Esshom lists his birthdate as “November 1, 1864” but his Utah death certificate lists his birthdate as “Nov 1, 1862”.

Sources:

Fugate, Thomas

(son of Harrison Perry Fugate and Sarah Shoemaker). Born October 4, 1866, Richfield, Utah.

Married:Margarete Elizabeth Crookston December 25, 1889, Ferron, Utah (daughter of John Crookston and Dinah Stoddard, the former of Scotland and latter of Carlisle, England). She was born December 26, 1869.
Their children:
  1. Mary Lois born September 29, 1890;
  2. Delilah M. born April 21, 1892, died April 6, 1900;
  3. Ina, born August 30, 1894;
  4. Vera born November 26, 1898, died January 6, 1899;
  5. Leah born May 24, 1901;
  6. Aldwin Lyle born May 17, 1903;
  7. Fern born February 3, 1906;
  8. Jetta born March 18, 1908;
  9. Margarete born April 29, 1911.

Family home Ferron, Utah.

Settled at Ferron 1880. Assisted in making canals, wagon roads and building up the country. Farmer.

Sources:

Fuhriman, Jacob

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Jacob Fuhriman, born August 10, 1800. Oeschenback, Canton Bern, Switzerland, and Anna Maria Kampfer, born December 12, 1802, Wadenswyl, Switzerland). He was born January 16, 1831, at Oeschenback. Came to Utah September 3, 1860. James T. Ross company.

Married:Anna Barbara Loosli March, 1866 (daughter of Andreas Loosli and Barbara Kaser). She was born September 14, 1833, at Durrenroth, Switzerland; died 1895.
Their children:
  1. Gottfried born June 15, 1859, married Bertha May Frederick July 7, 1881;
  2. Jacob R. born December 23, 1861, married Olga Aikle January 7, 1898;
  3. Barbetta born May 3, 1864, married Emil Eliason March 9, 1887;
  4. Emelino born September 21, 1866, married Ferdinand Zollinger September 7, 1892;
  5. Joseph Henry born May 28, 1869, married Mary Ann Johnson January 25, 1893;
  6. Elizabeth born June 9, 1871, married Isaac Smith;
  7. Hyrum born February 9, 1873, married Emelie Aikle January 30, 1901;
  8. John David born September 1, 1876, married Margareth E. Rice December 5, 1898.
Married:Mary Loosli 1869 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Andreas Loosli and Barbara Kaser), who was born September 7, 1846, at Durrenroth, Switzerland; died 1892.
Their children:
  1. Andrew Ephraim born December 4, 1872, married Effie Jones December 15, 1897;
  2. Frank William born June, 1874, married Maud Brown December 18, 1901;
  3. George Washington born January 14, 1879, married Mary Scheonhals December 12, 1906;
  4. Ezra born July 4, 1887, married Malinda Jones December 15, 1909.
Married:Carolina Bollschweiler May 12, 1897 (daughter of Jacob Frederick Bollschweiler and Emelie Otelle Maurer of Bavaria). She was born November 24, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Albert born January 27, 1902;
  2. Emelie born April 20, 1903;
  3. Mary born September 6, 1904;
  4. Otto born December 26, 1906;
  5. Carl born January 27, 1912.

Presided over the Germans of Providence ward 33 years; acting teacher 40 years.

Sources:

Fuhriman, Gottfried

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Jacob Fuhriman and Barbara Loosli). Born June 15, 1859, at Durrenroth, Canton Bern, Switzerland. Came to Utah September 3, 1860, James T. Ross company.

Married:Bertha Mary Frederick July 7, 1881 (daughter of Arnold Jacob Frederick and Elizabeth Enz. Came to Utah 1870). She was born January 7, 1860; came to Utah with parents; died February 11, 1898.
Their children:
  1. Godfrey Jared born August 22, 1883, married Irene Campbell February 24, 1909;
  2. Arnold Jacob born July 2, 1885, married Rachel Partington June 3, 1908;
  3. Bertha Minerva born September 11, 1887, married Leroy Jones September 16, 1908;
  4. Rachel Elizabeth born February 26, 1890, married William Kleopfer December 20, 1911;
  5. Festus Marion born October 8, 1892;
  6. Oliver Wendell born February 9, 1895.

Family home Providence, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Fluckiger July 10, 1895, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Ulrich Fluckiger and Anna Kaser). She was born May 25, 1860, at Durrenroth, Switzerland.
Their children:
  1. Walter Ulrich born July 8, 1896;
  2. Rulon Leroy born October 27, 1898;
  3. David Hyrum born November 30, 1900;
  4. Dora born July 24, 1903.

Missionary to Switzerland and Germany 1884; 2d counselor to Bishop Fredrick Theuer of Providence ward 20 years, bishop of Providence 1st ward May 1, 1909. Connected with many business affairs as president and director of Providence Co-operative Mercantile Institution; South Cache Milling Company; Providence Water Works Company; Providence Irrigation companies; Providence Canyon Land Company; director Cache Valley Banking Company.

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Fuller, Luburn Livonia

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Asaheb Fuller and Esther Smith). Born December 9, 1841, at Nashville, Iowa. Came to Utah in 1856.

Married:Minerva Brown April 10, 1862, at Des Moines, Iowa (daughter of Aaron Brown and Margaret Corey of Elk Rapids, Iowa). She was born February 10, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Harvey;
  2. William;
  3. Minerva Esther;
  4. Maggie May;
  5. Jesse S.;
  6. Minnie born;
  7. Perry born;
  8. Amey Grace.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Fuller, Perry B.

(son of Luburn Livonia Fuller and Minerva Brown). Born November 23, 1876, Elk Rapids, Iowa. Came to Utah in 1879.

Married:Zina Wilkins June 12, 1901, at Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of Oscar Wilkins and Mary J. McEwen, of Provo, Utah). She was born September 1, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Livonia W.;
  2. Zina Naomi;
  3. Jenna Bert;
    1. Roy.

Family home Knightsville, Utah.

Bishop of Knightsville ward since March 11, 1909. Superintendent of Beck Tunnel, Colorado & Iron Blossom Mining company.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah lists his birthdate as “November 23, 1876” but his Utah death cirtificate lists his birthdate as “November 23, 1877”. His gravestone has the birthdate as “1877”.

Sources:

Fuller, Revilo

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Elijah K. Fuller and Harriet Loomis). Born October 8, 1843, Windham, Greene county, New York. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Mary D. Everett (daughter of Addison Everett, pioneer July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company).

Missionary at St. George, Utah, 1860, and to Tonto Basin in 1877.

Warning

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah doesn’t list any children for Elijah Fuller and Mary Everett but familysearch.org currently lists 13 children.

Sources:

Fullmer, Almon

Came to Utah with the first pioneers.

Married:Rachel Wyman, born May 26, ____.
Their children:
  1. Thaddeus Edgar born January 13, 1853, married Juliette Dallin;
  2. Franklin Pierce born April 27, 1855, married Roselle Dalton;
  3. John Hyrum born August 30, 1857, married Ellen Lundblad.
Sources:

Fullmer, John H.

(son of Almon and Rachel Wyman Fullmer). Born August 30, 1847, Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah.

Married:Ellen Lundblad, Beaver, Utah (daughter of James and Karote Lundblad, pioneers with first oxteam). She was born November 11, 1860.
Their children:
  1. John Lorin born December 12, 1879, married Lizzie Smith;
  2. Frank Wyman born April 26, 1881, died;
  3. Edith Idel born November 12, 1887;
  4. Ida Dott born April 22, 1885, married Clement Tebbs;
  5. Dwight L. born August 29, 1887;
  6. Ellen Ina born May 23, 1890, married Ellis Chamberlain;
  7. Effie Maine born February 18, 1892;
  8. Arvil Elton born December 5, 1893;
  9. Nora Loreta born May 17, 1897, died;
  10. Rolla Jay born March 18, 1901, died;
  11. Ardis Nevoe born August 8, 1903.

Was deputy U. S. marshal from 1893 until statehood obtained and was representative to the state legislature in 1899.

Warning

Esshom lists his birthdate as “August 30, 1847” while his Utah death certificate shows a birthdate of “8/30/1857”

Sources:

Fullmer, John Lorin

(son of John H. Fullmer and Ellen Lundblad). Born December 12, 1879.

Married:Lizzie Smith, Circleville, Utah.
Only child:
  1. Harry Smith born December 7, 1911.
Sources:

Fullmer, David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Peter Fullmer and Susannah Zerfoss, of Winter Quarters, Nebraska). Born July 7, 1803, Chilisquaque, Northumberland county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 13, 1850, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Rhoda Ann Marvin September 18, 1831, Union township, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania. (daughter of Zera Marvin and Rhoda Williams of Union township). She was born February 12, 1813, Union township, and died August 18, 1892, Salt Lake City. She came to Utah October 14, 1860, Edward Hunter company.
Their children:
  1. Eugene Bertran, married Sarah Jane Mitchell;
  2. Junius Sextus, married Lucy Ellier;
  3. Hannibal Octavius, married Rachel Brown;
  4. Elvira Martha, married John Hickenlooper;
  5. Hortentia Jane died aged 11 years;
  6. Susannah, married Ephraim Stockwell Snyder;
  7. Rhoda Ann, married Hyrum Chapman;
  8. David (twin of Rhoda Ann), married Caroline Linnell;
  9. Don Peter Marvin, married Ida Martin;
  10. Mary Vilate, married Samuel Andrew;
  11. Esther, married John S. Bowers.

Family home 6th ward Salt Lake City.

High priest; high councilor of Hancock stake; missionary; president Garden Grove branch; home missionary. Salt Lake stake; first counselor to Daniel Spencer; president Salt Lake stake 1849; patriarch. Member of company appointed to explore southern Utah; captain of company sent to Independence Rock, to relieve a belated immigrant company. Member of territorial legislature from Salt Lake county; city councilman at Nauvoo, Illinois. Treasurer of university of Deseret; treasurer, pro term, Salt Lake county, and later of Salt Lake City. Delegate to territorial convention from 6th ward, at which convention he was appointed director of agricultural society. Farmer. Died October 21, 1879, Salt Lake City.

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Fullmer, Eugene Bertrand

(son of David Fullmer and Rhoda Ann Marvin). Born May 3, 1833, Plymouth, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania.

Married:Sarah Jane Mitchell (daughter of Benjamin Mitchell and Miss Treesbaugh of Jefferson County, Ohio). She was born June 9, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Rhoda Ann born January 20, 1866, married George D. Deaton;
  2. David Eugene born January 21, 1858, married Sarah A. Green;
  3. Sarah Lavina born January 7, 1860, married Peter Frederick Goss;
  4. Emily born November 30, 1861, married George S. Tall;
  5. Mary Adelaid born April 19, 1864, married Alma H. West;
  6. Annie E. born October 7, 1866, died;
  7. Junius Bertran born March 17, 1868, married Adalaid Hart;
  8. George born April 4, 1870, married Catherine McLause;
  9. Benjamin born May 4, 1872, married Nellie Needham;
  10. Florence born May 30, 1874, married Robert McLause;
  11. Minnie born October 7, 1876, married Harry Howe;
  12. Oscar born 1878, married Phoebe, ____;
  13. LeRoy, died.

One of presidents of 2nd quorum of seventies; high priest; ward teacher. Worked on Salt Lake temple 40 years. Died October 21, 1879, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Fullmer, Benjamin

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Mayor of Alpine, Utah from 1910-11.

(son of Eugene Bertrand Fullmer and Sarah Jane Mitchell). Born May 4, 1872, Salt Lake City.

Married:Nellie Needham June 12, 1895, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Needham and Elizabeth Snalem of Salt Lake City). She was born April 23, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Myrtle born June 23, 1896;
  2. Earl born June 20, 1900;
  3. Mildred born September 1, 1903;
  4. Arvilla born May 25, 1905;
  5. Elizabeth born October 14, 1907;
  6. Sarah born December 13, 1909.

Bishop of Alpine ward 1907; missionary to eastern states 1897-99; president YMMIA. Mayor of Alpine 1910-11. Superintendent water works of Alpine.

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Fullmer, John Solomon

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Peter Fullmer). Born July 21, 1807, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 10, 1848, Willard Richards company.

Married:Mary Ann Price May 24, 1837 (daughter of John Price), who was born September 16, 1815, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Lavina Elizabeth born March 5, 1838, married Eli Ashcroft;
  2. Joanna Price born December 13, 1830, married Erastus Curtis;
  3. Ann Adalaide born October 25, 1841, married William T. Dennis;
  4. Mary Ann Frances born May 19, 1844;
  5. John Solomon, Jr. born April 12, 1846, married Juliet Fullmer January 1, 1868, married Miss Agatha Darow;
  6. William Price born May 27, 1849, married Maria Jane Curtis January 2, 1871;
  7. Don Carlos born November 7, 1851, married Eliza Ann Mason;
  8. Samuel David born November 4, 1866, married Roxy Jane Kendall.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, Provo and Springville, Utah.

Married:Olive Amanda Smith, who was born September 26, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Chauncy Harvey born November 26, 1843, married Claricy Curtis;
  2. Mary Ann Smith born October 25, 1846, married William Lisonbee;
  3. James Dickens Smith born April 29, 1849, married Mary Ann Babcock;
  4. Joseph L. Haywood Smith born November 25, 1850;
  5. Albert Heber Smith born September 17, 1852, married Margaret Arzilla Oaks;
  6. Olive Amanda Smith born September 15, 1866, married Abner Buckley;
  7. Van Osden Smith born May 26, 1858, married Caroline Van Leuven;
  8. Edwin Smith born March 13, 1860, married Ada Mendenhall;
  9. Alonzo Smith born March 17, 1862, married Luella Perry;
  10. Alma Smith born September 20, 1864, married Deseret Stilson;
  11. Charlotte Smith born April 3, 1867, married George Perry.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, Provo and Springville, Utah.

Married:Sarah Ann Stevenson October 12, 1856, Salt Lake City. She was born July 31, 1835, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England.
Their children:
    1. Deseret born December 2, 1857, married Jesse Baldwin February 16, 1874;
  1. John Charles born March 23, 1859, married Floritta Ann Curtis July 14, 1881;
  2. Caroline Lucy born March 20, 1860, married Amos B. Warren July 23, 1876;
  3. Agnes born December 9, 1861;
  4. James Stevenson born May 29, 1863;
  5. Thomas born January 11, 1866;
  6. George Wallace born December 29, 1867, married Katie Estella Fail August 18, 1891;
  7. Frank born March 19, 1869, married Altha Warren January 11, 1890;
  8. Theodore born December 29, 1871, married Sylvia Ada Sanford March 11, 1895;
  9. Sarah Ann born August 28, 1873, married William Christofferson October 26, 1892;
  10. Blanch Estell born May 29, 1876;
  11. Leonard Ray born May 14, 1878.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Provo, Spanish Fork and Springville, Utah.

Missionary to England; member committee of three. John S. Fullmer, Joseph L. Haywood and Almon W. Babbitt, left at Nauvoo at time of exodus to complete business of those departing for Utah; high priest. Member legislature.

Sources:

Fullmer, William Price

(son of John Solomon Fullmer and Mary Ann Price). Born May 27, 1849, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Maria Jane Curtis January 2, 1871, at Salt Lake City (daughter of David Avery Curtis and Lutitia Shearer, who were married August 28, 1852, pioneers 1850). She was born September 23, 1863, Springville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. William Price, Jr. born November 10, 1871, married Fannie Veroni Whiting;
  2. Samuel Curtis born June 8, 1874, married Elizabeth Bromley;
  3. Lutitia May born May 30, 1876, married Silas W. Johnson;
  4. Mary Ann born April 10, 1878, married Harvey Edward Perry;
  5. Adelaide Maria born February 8, 1880, married Erastus Jensen;
  6. Phebe Jane born April 2, 1882, married Marquis de Lafayette Perry;
  7. Gertrude born March 1, 1884, married James Shepherd;
  8. Beatrice born March 4, 1886, died April 17, 1887;
  9. Amy born February 18, 1888, married Horace Either;
  10. Eva born August 1, 1890;
  11. Joseph Amon born April 26, 1893;
  12. Elmer born June 28, 1895;
  13. David John born April 9, 1897.

Family resided Springville and Mapleton, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Alice Salisbury June 19, 1884, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Martha Whiscombe and John Henry Sainsbury), who was born July 9, 1866, Wyoming.
Their children:
  1. Martha Ann born August 2, 1888;
  2. Hazel Bell born July 6, 1890;
  3. Alice Geneva born April 26, 1894;
  4. Myrtle Viola born December 24, 1896;
  5. Sarah Marie born October 5, 1900;
  6. Irma Leone born November 4, 1903.

Settled at Mapleton 1875. President 51st quorum seventies; superintendent Mapleton Sunday school; president YMMIA; counselor to Bishop Tew since 1896; missionary to Ohio and Pennsylvania 1887-89; assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Fullmer, William Price, Jr.

(son of William Price Fullmer and Maria Jane Curtis). Born November 10, 1871, Springville, Utah.

Married:Fannie Verona Whiting January 15, 1896, Manti, Utah (daughter of Albert Milton Whiting and Harriet Perry of Mapleton, Utah). She was born 1877.
Their children:
  1. William Ross born March 6, 1890;
  2. Beatrice born October 12, 1896;
  3. Margarett Mary born March 13, 1899;
  4. Richard Alvin born May 29, 1901;
  5. Maud born November 20, 1902;
  6. Alice born September 3, 1905, died April 3, 1912;
  7. Albert Whiting born February 5, 1907;
  8. John Howard born July 29, 1908;
  9. Maria, died infant;
  10. Harriet born October 24, 1909, died infant.

Family home Wallsburg, Utah.

Moved to Wallsburg 1903. Member 76th quorum seventies; high priest; bishop Wallsburg ward 1911; counselor in Mutual; president elders quorum. Superintendent Mapleton ditch and water distribution; superintendent road construction. Planted and raised first sugar beets. Farmer; rancher and stockraiser.

Sources:

Fullmer, James Dickens

(son of John S. Fullmer and Olive Amanda Smith). Born April 29, 1849, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Babcock August 14, 1872, Monroe, Utah (daughter of Lorenzo Babcock and Amy Ann Marble, both of Nauvoo, Illinois, came to Utah with oxteam company). She was born August 20, 1856, Manti, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Amy Amanda born April 14, 1873, died aged 16;
  2. James Dickens, Jr. born September 19, 1875, married Frances Idona Mead and Margaret Ann Laura Miller;
  3. Mary Ann born October 1, 1877, died aged 12;
  4. Van Oscar born July 15, 1880, married Dora Davis;
  5. Veretta Jane born Nor. 25, 1883, married Samuel Eldridge;
  6. Olive Vera born March 3, 1886, married George Hanselman;
  7. Luella Chlse born October 18, 1888, married Albert Anderton;
  8. Lorenzo Babcock born October 27, 1890, married Maggie Ferrish;
  9. Laura born December 18, 1892, died aged 16;
  10. Joseph born April 12, 1896, died aged 14;
  11. Ada Pearl born September 30, 1896;
  12. Neva Glee born December 12, 1903.

Family home Annabella, Sevier County, Utah.

Elder; member of bishopric of Spring Glen; Sunday school teacher; ward teacher. Registration agent.

Sources:

Fullmer, James Dickens, Jr.

(son of James Dickens Fullmer and Mary Ann Babcock). Born September 19, 1875, Annabella, Sevier County, Utah.

Married:Frances Idona Mead July 6, 1900, Spring Glen, Utah (daughter of Orlanda Fish Mead, Lake Shore, near Spanish Fork, Utah). She was born March 17, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Ruby born February 22, 1901, died April 4, 1901;
  2. James Wallace born May 12, 1902;
  3. Calvin Dickens born February 1, 1905.

Family home Spring Glen, Utah.

Married:Margaret Ann Laura Miller March 21, 1906, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William P. Miller and Martha Ellen Prows of Kanosh, Millard County, Utah). She was born October 6, 1884.
Their children:
  1. Irma Cleo born January 12, 1907;
  2. William Evan born July 23, 1908;
  3. Earl born April 1, 1910;
  4. Lila Margaret born August 12, 1910.

Family home Spring Glen, Utah.

Teacher; farmer; railroad man.

Sources:

Funk, Daniel Buckley

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

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(son of Susanna Stoner of Pennsylvania). Born in Ohio. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Mariah DeMill (daughter of Freeborn DeMill and Ann Knight of Manti, Utah, pioneers 1848). She was born May 9, 1822.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann, died Infant;
  2. William DeMill, married Ingrie Sandbar;
  3. Ezra K., married Mary Amanda Henrie;
  4. Daniel born, married Mariah Terry;
  5. Irene, married Dwight Atwood;
  6. Arsenath, married Moroni Bradley;
  7. Emerett, married Charles Musige.

Family home Pennsylvania.

Married:Mary Jane Pectol at Manti (daughter of William Pectol of Kentucky and Manti, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Arlisha, married Abner Lowry, Jr.;
  2. Jesse, married Mina Nielson;
  3. Sylvia, married Ira Allen Beal;
  4. George Alfred, married Millie Hogan;
  5. Geneve;
  6. Andrew, married Nora Mills;
  7. Frank, married Myrtle Mills.

Family home Manti.

Member 48th quorum seventies. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Served in Echo Canyon trouble. One of the first settlers to Manti. Farmer; plasterer and builder. Died November 30, 1888, at Funks Lake, Manti.

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Funk, Ezra K.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Daniel B. Funk and Mariah DeMill). Born June 1, 1846, at Quincy, Illinois. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Mary Amanda Henrie November 9, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Henrie and Amanda Bradley of Bountiful, Utah, pioneers 1848, contingent Mormon Battalion). She was born September 4, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Amanda born September 27, 1869, married Arthur Cox;
  2. Myra L. born August 17, 1871, married Joseph Hansen;
  3. Ezra K. born November 5, 1873, married Etta Crawford;
  4. Emerett Lavern born October 1, 1875, married Lewis Larsen;
  5. Olive Chelnishia born October 24, 1877, married William Stringham;
  6. John Henrie born April 16, 1879, married Ann Conover;
  7. George B. born May 18, 1882, married Mary A. Olsen;
  8. William Arthur born April 3, 1885, married Zelma Westenskow;
  9. Alvira born July 21, 1888, died October 23, 1911;
  10. Susie born October 22, 1890, died infant;
  11. Ruby May born March 20, 1892, married Antone Hovgaard.

Family home Manti, Utah.

Member 48th quorum seventies. Minuteman in Black Hawk Indian war. Farmer; carpenter; plasterer; builder and prospector.

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