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Information about your Mormon Pioneers, family history and genealogy.

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

Gadd, Alfred

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

(son of Samuel Gadd, born July 25, 1816, and Eliza Chapman, born March 13, 1815, both in Cambridgeshire, England, married April 13, 1836). He was born July 16, 1837, Orwell, Cambridgeshire. Came to Utah November 9, 1866, James G. Willie handcart company.

Married:Mary Ann Hobbs January 10, 1864 (daughter of William D. Hobbs, pioneer. Captain Murdock company and Mary Ann Pope, married November 8, 1835. Brighton, England). She was born June 16, 1841.
Their children:
  1. Eliza Ann born January 18, 1865, married John S. Linton December 17, 1885;
  2. William Alfred born December 19, 1866, married Laura born Fly September 29, 1890;
  3. Samuel George born December 6, 1868, married Elizabeth Jackson;
  4. Arthur born April 29, 1871, married Jeanie Sinclair October 6, 1897;
  5. Alice Jeanette born December 6, 1873;
  6. Walter Pentlow born October 26, 1876, married Mary May Sutton September 14, 1898;
  7. Ernest Alma born January 7, 1878;
  8. Alvin born December 11, 1879;
  9. Loris Albert born November 10, 1880;
  10. Albert Victor born December 17, 1882, married Ethel Carter December 23, 1908;
  11. Ethel Charlotte born August 23, 1884.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

Indian war veteran. Horticulturist.

Warning

Esshom lists his birtdate as “July 16, 1837” but his Utah death certificate lists his birtdate as “July 15, 1837”.

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Gadd, Samuel George

(son of Alfred Gadd and Mary Ann Hobbs). Born December 6, 1868, at Nephi, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Jackson May 10, 1895, at Nephi (daughter of John Jackson and Rachel Cope).
Their children:
  1. Mary Fern born August 6, 1897;
  2. Ida Rachel born January 16, 1900;
  3. Bertha born September 2, 1904;
  4. George Aldew born April 6, 1907;
  5. Melvin Roy born May 1908.

Family home Nephi.

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Gogan (Geoghegan), William Highland

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(son of James Geoghegan and Mary Highland, County Meath, Ireland). Born August 22, 1860, North River, New York city. Came to Utah October 12, 1876, independent company.

Married:Lydia Ann Taylor December 17, 1876, at Ogden, Utah (daughter of Joseph Taylor and Jane Lake of Harrisville, Utah, pioneers 1847, with a contingent of Mormon Battalion). She was born 1858.
Their children:
  1. James William born November 3, 1877, died infant;
  2. Joseph Albert born December 15, 1879, married Emily G. Finch;
  3. Ira David born March 17, 1882, married Mary E. Smith;
  4. Marzela Jane, died;
  5. William Highland born January 28, 1887, married Albie Glen.
Married:Mary Augusta Goodrich November 20, 1890, Logan, Utah (daughter of George Albert Goodrich and Eliza Ann Taggart of Vernal, Utah, pioneers 1853). She was born January 4, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Mamie Goodrich born June 18, 1892, married Marion H. Roberts;
  2. Fannie born January 10, 1894;
  3. Ella Rose born December 20, 1895;
  4. Leona May born December 3, 1897;
  5. George Raymond born January 17, 1901;
  6. Earl Golden born February 20, 1903;
  7. Carlie Maud born May 21, 1906, died;
  8. Leslie Owen born September 17, 1907.

Clerk Duchesne stake 1910; member high councils Uinta and Duchesne stakes; president YMMIA of Naples ward; assistant Sunday school superintendent. Assessor and collector Uintah county 1892-98; Vernal city councilman two years. Settled in Ashley valley 1878; secretary and director Ashley Central Canal Company.

Warning

The photo index on page 23 of Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah spells name as “Gagan” while page 882 spells name as “Gogan”.

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Gale, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

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(son of James Gale, born May 10, 1801, and Sarah Tavinder, born 1798, both in Warminster, Wiltshire, England). He was born May 14, 1829, in Warminster. Came to Utah August 25, 1862, independent company.

Married:Emma Blake (daughter of Isaac Blake and Sophia Wood), who was born March 4, 1829, Salisbury, England.
Their children:
  1. Charles born August 30, 1849, died infant;
  2. Lorenzo born March 17, 1851, died infant;
  3. Henry Charles born May 23, 1854, died infant;
  4. James Chancy born October 21, 1857, married Lenoria Browning;
  5. Francis Albert born July 26, 1860, married Esther Malon;
  6. Edward Isaac born April 4, 1868, died infant;
  7. Heber Daniel born September 29, 1869, married Harriet Robinson;
  8. Horace Ernest born December 7, 1871.
Married:Mary Ann Derrick, Salt Lake City (daughter of Zacharias Derrick and Mary Shephard), who was born January 8, 1837, London, England.
Their children:
  1. Zacharias John born December 29, 1858, died infant;
  2. William Orson born November 1, 1860, died infant;
  3. Joseph born January 17, 1863, died infant;
  4. Hyrum Edwin born February 13, 1864, married Edna Stimpson.
Married:Lilley Sutcliffe (daughter of Thomas Sutcliffe, born 1830, and Mary Sutcliffe, born 1836, both in Yorkshire, England). She was born February 3, 1861, in Yorkshire, England.
Only child:
  1. Wilford born September 10, 1892, died Infant.
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Galloway, Georges Curtis

(son of Curtis Galloway and Harriet Annie Rowley). Born June 17, 1889, Meadow Creek, Utah.

Active teacher; priest. Farmer; inventor; poet.

Family home Shelley, Idaho.
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Gappmayer, Bartl

(son of John Gappmayer and Anna Winken of Thompswig, Austria).

Married:Mary Emily Nelson January 1, 1895, Buysville, Utah (daughter of Henry Nelson and Sarah Ann Richmond), who was born December 29, 1871, Heber City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Lewis Bartl born July 8, 1896;
  2. Anna Lapriel born September 2, 1898;
  3. Roy Harry born March 31, 1900;
  4. Reed Elgil born October 14, 1902;
  5. John Edwin born June 23, 1904;
  6. Sarah Ella born April 15, 1906;
  7. Hiram Nelson born September 20, 1911, died.

Family home Provo, Utah.

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Gardiner, John William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of William Gardiner and Sarah Hughes of Chalford Hill, Gloucestershire, England). Born May 17, 1840, at Chalford Hill. Came to Utah September 12, 1864, John D. Chase company.

Married:Harriet Dyer April 16, 1864, Brownshill, England. (daughter of Thomas Dyer and Sarah Weight of Avening, England). She was born August 30, 1840. No children.
Married:Annie Nichols August 30, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Nichols and Ann Webber of Viney Bridge, Crew Kerne, England, who came to Utah June 1, 1883). She was born March 9, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann born August 8, 1884, married Charles Weber;
  2. Matilda born October 8, 1885, married Walter F. Healey;
  3. Hattie May born February 6, 1887, married Edgar T. Healey;
  4. John William Jr. born April 23, 1892;
  5. Heber born July 22, 1893;
  6. Joseph N. born January 26, 1896;
  7. George Henry born November 2, 1897;
  8. Roy Hughes born February 10, 1900;
  9. Alma Edward born April 2, 1901;
  10. Robert Lloyd born August 25, 1903.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Missionary to England 1880-81; high priest. Farmer.

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Gardner, Benjamin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Nathaniel B. Gardner, born October 17, 1765, in New York state, and Hannah Briggs, born June 1, 1767, married January 10, 1786). He was born August 19, 1800, Johnstown, Montgomery county, New York Came to Utah September 28, 1852, captain of his company.

Married:Electa Lamport May 29, 1822, in Erie county, Pennsylvania. (daughter of William Lamport, born July 17, 1778, and Martha Babbitt, born May 17, 1784, of Sharon, Schoharie county, New York married 1799, at Sharon). She was born March 5, 1800, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin born November 24, 1823, died same day;
  2. Hannah born December 19, 1824, married George S. Mason born March 22, 1855;
  3. William L. born February 3, 1827, married Angeline Gould March 31, 1852;
  4. Belinda Sophia born May 16, 1829, died June 22, 1829;
  5. Nathaniel Bradley born May 8, 1830, died April 16, 1851;
  6. Mahala born February 6, 1833, married Robert Hughs March 10, 1861;
  7. Milo Vandozen born June 4, 1835, married Margret Montgomery September 29, 1859;
  8. Lucinda born May 30, 1837, married James Leithead March 7, 1856;
  9. Martha Belinda born October 12, 1839, married Daniel W. Holdaway April 16, 1857;
  10. Electa E. born March 8, 1842, married John Montgomery September 29, 1859;
  11. Joseph S. born March 15, 1847, married Mary Elizabeth Williams March 16, 1869.

Family resided in Erie county, Pennsylvania, and at North Ogden and Deweyville, Utah.

President North Pigeon branch 1847-62; captain of tenth church train, which crossed the plains 1852; seventy. Settled at North Ogden 1857; later moved to Deweyville. Justice of peace at North Ogden 1865-69. Miller. Died July 3, 1875.

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Gardner, Milo Vandozen

(son of Benjamin Gardner and Electa Lamport). Born June 4, 1835, in Erie county, Pennsylvania.

Married:Margret Montgomery September 29, 1859, at North Ogden (daughter of Robert Montgomery and Mary Willson of Scotland, pioneers September 10, 1850, Jonathan Foote company). She was born July 31, 1839, Montreal, Canada.
Their children:
  1. Mary I. born March 27, 1861, married Orson C. Loveland March 6, 1879;
  2. Milo Martin born October 25, 1862, married Adalaide Anderson January 12, 1886;
  3. Robert Nathaniel born January 23, 1865, married Harriet A. Dewey January 23, 1889;
  4. Benjamin Perry born March 5, 1867, married Johanah Poulsen January 11, 1899;
  5. Margret Ann born May 3, 1869, married John T. Hansen February 16, 1891;
  6. Hannah Lucinda born April 18, 1871, married William Loveland November 18, 188;
  7. Martha Lorett born January 30, 1873, died February 11, 1873;
  8. Hyrum Alma born July 31, 1874, died December 5, 1885;
  9. James Alva born January 7, 1877, married Harriet Eveline Dewey December 27, 1904;
  10. Electa Bulettie born September 29, 1880, married Brigham Martelo Burbank December 22, 1899;
  11. Estella born August 2, 1883, married John A. Fryer October 21, 1903.

Family resided at North Ogden and Deweyville, Utah.

Drum major in Ogden band. Moved from North Ogden to Deweyville 1872. Farmer. Died March 26, 1908.

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Gardner, Milo Martin

(son of Milo V. Gardner and Margret Montgomery). Born October 25, 1862, North Ogden, Utah.

Married:Adalaide Anderson January 12, 1886, Deweyville (daughter of Oga Anderson and Carline Nelson), who was born July 14, 1856, in Sweden.
Their children:
  1. Martin M. born November 10, 1886, married Florence Loveland February 10, 1909;
  2. Vivian A. born August 17, 1888, married Cleone A. Hunsaker June 22, 1909;
  3. Margret born November 24, 1891;
  4. Lloyd M. (twin) born December 7, 1898;
  5. Floyd N.(twin) born December 7, 1898, died October 15, 1899.

Family home Deweyville.

Moved from North Ogden to Brigham City; later to Deweyville. School trustee.

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Gardner, Robert Nathaniel

(son of Milo V. Gardner and Margret Montgomery). Born January 23, 1866, North Ogden, Utah.

Married:Harriet A. Dewey January 23, 1889, Logan, Utah (daughter of John Cook Dewey and Harriet May of Deweyville, Utah, former pioneer September 28, 1853, latter March 14, 1852). She was born December 27, 1868, at Deweyville.
Their children:
  1. Robert N. born February 21, 1890;
  2. George A. Dewey born March 31, 1892;
  3. Leone D. born April 14, 1895;
  4. Milo D. born March 18, 1898;
  5. Alphonzo D. born June 30, 1900;
  6. Rulon D. born November 2, 1903;
  7. Harriet E. born August 3, 1910, died September 13, 1910.

Family home Deweyville, Utah.

Justice of peace 1909-12; juvenile court officer 1911. Superintendent Sunday school; counselor and president YMMIA.

Warning

Esshom lists his birthdate as “January 23, 1866” but both his gravestone and his Utah death certificate lists his birthdate as “January 23, 1865”.

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Gardner, Joseph Smith

(son of Benjamin Gardner and Electa Lamport). Born March 15, 1847, Vernon, Van Buren County, Iowa.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Williams March 16, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ezra Granger Williams and Henrietta Elizabeth Crombie of that place, pioneers October 28, 1849, Ezra T. Benson company). She was born February 2, 1851 Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Nathaniel born January 30, 1870, died December 28, 1886;
  2. Lucinda Elizabeth born January 7, 1872, married Richard Robinson January 12, 1890;
  3. Hyrum Chauncey born March 25, 1874, married Mary Ellen Marshall January 16, 1895;
  4. Emma Rebecca born June 15, 1876, died December 4, 1886;
  5. Benjamin Ezra born July 17, 1878, married Effie Jane Walker December 14, 1898;
  6. Electa Henrietta born October 4, 1880, married Joseph Edward Southwick February 27, 1900;
  7. William Frederick born March 4, 1883;
  8. Isaac Moroni born May 27, 1885, died March 27, 1886;
  9. Francis Adna born September 5, 1887, married Rose Percilla Randall October 9, 1907;
  10. Andrew born November 11, 1889.

Family resided at Deweyville, Pleasant View and Liberty, Utah, and Grant, Idaho.

Drummer boy in Utah militia. School trustee. Farmer.

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Gardner, Charles

Married:Rhoda Kellogg.
Their children:
  1. Charles Alma, married Martha Timothy;
  2. Laura, married John Nuttall.

Family home Provo, Utah. Farmer. Died 1886, Wallsburg, Utah.

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Gardner, Charles Alma

(son of Charles Gardner and Rhoda Kellogg). Born 1857.

Married:Martha Timothy December 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of John G. Timothy and Martha Davis of Wales). She was born August 3, 1863.
Their children:
  1. John Alma born December 20, 1879, married Ella Pike, married Alice Long;
  2. Martha La Prele born May 6, 1882, married Fred Hoeft;
  3. Mary Alice born November 2, 1884, married Charles Perry Bingham;
  4. Rhoda born August 12, 1886, died aged 7;
  5. Mabel born September 12, 1887;
  6. Jeannette born May 5, 1889, married Ernest Hess;
  7. Cora Bell born November 30, 1890, married Ira Belden.

Family, home Vernal, Utah.

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Gardner, Elias Harvey

(son of Walter A. and Martha A. Gardner of Salem, Utah). Born December 6, 1855, Payson, Utah.

Married:Caroline Ada Jackman 1878, at Salem (daughter of Albert Jackman of that place). She was born June 4, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Ada Lucinda, married Kenyon T. Davis;
  2. Daisy Martha, married Charles W. Stone;
  3. Maud May, married Howard B. Warnick;
  4. Harvey Elmer, married Vera Rockhill;
  5. Frank Lynn. Carpenter; farmer.
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Gardner, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Henry B. Gardner, born November 18, 1817, Bosham, England, and Harriett Ingram, born January 29, 1816, Slindon, Sussex, England; married November 22, 1845). He was born August 9, 1848, Oving, Sussex, England. Came to Utah October 1, 1864, Daniel Garn company.

Married:Madalene Dailey October 19, 1899 (daughter of Milton Dailey and Mary M. Wilson married June 14, 1874, Salt Lake City, pioneers 1850, Slaughter and Cavett company). She was born February 3, 1876.
Their children:
  1. Birt born August 31, 1900;
  2. Merritt D. born July 13, 1909;
  3. Grant H. Gardner, born April 18, 1911.
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Gardner, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of William Gardner and Ellen Beardworth of Langton, Lancashire, England). He was born June 4, 1829, Preston, England. Came to Utah September 25, 1855, Richard Ballantyne company.

Married:Jane Trelfull March 3, 1855, on the sea (daughter of Thomas Trelfull of American Fork, Utah; pioneer September 25, 1855). She was born July 6, 1828.
Their children:
  1. William, married Frances B. Rondeau;
  2. Jane G., married Joseph B. Forbes;
  3. Ellen, married Robert Proctor;
  4. James T., married Ruth Greenwood;
  5. Annie E., married Washburn Chipman;
  6. Lydia, married George F. Shelley.

High priest. City councilman and sexton. Farmer. Died August 14, 1906.

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Gardner, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William Gardner and Ann Hudd, of Gloucestershire, England). He was born May 31, 1806, Waterlane, Gloucestershire. Came to Utah October 16, 1863, Appleton Harmon company.

Married:Mary Ann Goodship (daughter of William Goodship and Mary Pettet), who was born January 2, 1806, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. William born October 18, 1825, married Sarah Sisam;
  2. James born August 31, 1828, married Hannah Gubbins;
  3. Sarah Ellen, died child;
  4. Frederick born November 12, 1832, married Sarah S. Smith;
  5. Mary Ann born December 26, 1834, died child;
  6. Joseph Hyrum born February 28, 1837, died child;
  7. John Brigham born January 16, 1839, died;
  8. Henry born May 14, 1840, married Mary Walker;
  9. Alfred born September 25, 1842, married Mary E. Coon May 29, 1871;
  10. Emma born April 6, 1848, married Martin L. Bird.

Family resided Chalford Hill, Gloucestershire, England, and later in Utah.

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Gardner, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of John Gardner and Mary Ann Goodship). Born August 31, 1828, Chalford Hill, Gloucestershire, England. Came to Utah November 9, 1856, James G. Willie company.

Married:Hannah Gubbins (daughter of William Gubbins and Elizabeth Damsel). She came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born June 8, 1849, married Alphonso Willie;
  2. Agnes E. born February 27, 1851, married Henry Hughes;
  3. Frederick born December 28, 1852, married Sedilla Bird;
  4. John W. born June 28, 1855, married Jennette Muir;
  5. Henry Stephen born November 2, 1857, and Elizabeth Jane born February 6, 1859, died;
  6. Hannah M. born November 29, 1860, married Joseph Acock;
  7. Albert born August 27, 1863, married Caroline Lawrence;
  8. Brigham born December 12, 1864, married Nellie Robbins;
  9. Emma Z. born October 1868, married Thomas Smith.

Family resided Mendon, Utah, and Teton, Idaho.

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Gardner, Frederick

(son of James Gardner and Hannah Gubbins). Born December 28, 1852, Chalford Hill, England.

Married:Sedilla Bird August 15, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter of John P. K. Bird and Sarah Hoops), who was born September 13, 1863, Mendon, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Laura E. born August 25, 1885, married Frederick Mace;
  2. Frederick born February 16, 1887, died;
  3. Elmer born November 7, 1888;
  4. Vera born April 27, 1890, and Sylvia H. born August 12, 1892, died;
  5. Eras born September 16, 1893;
  6. Vernon born May 19, 1897;
  7. Orval born April 10, 1902, and Evan born April 15, 1899, died.

Family home Teton, Idaho.

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Gardner, Alfred

(son of John Gardner and Mary Ann Goodship). Born September 25, 1842, Chalford Hill, England.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Coon May 29, 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham Coon and Elizabeth Wilson), who was born January 12, 1856, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane;
  2. Alfred Irvin born May 11, 1875, married Margaret E. Bird;
  3. Emma Maud;
  4. John Abraham;
  5. Henry Arthur;
  6. Alice Mabel;
  7. Esther Mae;
  8. Josephine;
  9. Amy lone;
  10. Frederick Arnold;
  11. Hugh Raymond.

Family home Mendon, Utah.

Ward clerk 30 years; counselor in bishopric 10 years; clerk high priests quorum 10 years; Sunday school teacher 38 years. City recorder 12 years; city treasurer nine years; notary public 1892-1912; postmaster Mendon five years; city councilman four years; justice of peace two years.

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Gardner, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of William Gardner and Christina Henderson of Huston, Scotland). Born March 12, 1781, Huston, Scotland. Came to Utah October 1, 1847, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Margaret Calinder (daughter of Archibald Calinder and Margaret Ewen, pioneers October 1, 1847), who was born January 1777.
Their children:
  1. William born January 31, 1803, married Ann Lackey January 1829; married Janet Livingston 1841;
  2. Margaret born January 5, 1807, married George Sweeten March 29, 1836; married Roger Lackban October 21, 1847;
  3. Archibald born September 2, 1814, married Sarah Jane Hamilton June 17, 1857; married Mary Larsen December 22, 1869;
  4. Robert born October 12, 1819, married Jane McEwen March 17, 1841.
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Gardner, Archibald

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Gardner Villiage, a shopping area in West Jordon, Utah is located on land that he used to live on. Gardner constructed first sawmills at West Jordan, Spanish Fork, St. George, Utah, and Star Valley, Wyoming.

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(son of Robert Gardner and Margaret Calinder). Born September 2, 1814, Kilsyth, Scotland.

Married:Sarah Jane Hamilton June 17, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Hamilton and Mary Ann Campbell of Mill Creek, Utah, pioneers 1852), who was born June 11, 1842.
Only child:
  1. James Hamilton born July 27, 1859, married Rhoda Priscilla Huffaker.

Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Mary Larson December 22, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans Larson and Karen Stene Olsen, pioneers September 15, 1859, Robert F. Nelsen company). She was born June 15, 1850, Moen, Presto amt, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Andrew Bruce born February 5, 1874, married Elizabeth Baxter May 23, 1894;
  2. Clarence born November 6, 1875, married Alice Ann Burton October 8, 1897;
  3. Ernest Adelbert born February 14, 1877, married Kate Roberts October 22, 1903;
  4. Royal born September 11, 1879, died March 3, 1880;
  5. Edwin Leroy born May 16, 1881, married Dagmar Christensen 1905;
  6. Lillian Elnora born March 2, 1883, married James G. Widdison, Jr., September 18, 1907;
  7. Wilford Woodruff born May 17, 1885;
  8. Franklin Richards born July 23, 1888.

Family resided West Jordan, Utah, and Afton, Wyoming.

Bishop of West Jordan ward. Member territorial legislature two terms. Patriarch in Jordan stake. Constructed first sawmills at West Jordan, Spanish Fork, St. George, Utah, and Star Valley, Wyoming.

Warning

Esshom lists a spouse named “Mary Larson” born June 15, 1850 but currently familysearch lists her name as “Sidse Marie Hansen”.

Died 1902.

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Gardner, James Hamilton

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(son of Archibald Gardner and Sarah Jane Hamilton). Born July 27, 1859, Mill Creek Utah.

Married:Rhoda Priscilla Huffaker October 15, 1886, Logan, Utah (daughter of Simpson D. Huffaker and Rhoda P. Barnum of Cottonwood, Utah, pioneers November 6, 1847). She was born December 30, 1864.
Their children:
  1. James Hamilton born January 4, 1888;
  2. Archibald Delos born March 26, 1890;
  3. Viola born April 24, 1892;
  4. Vera born January 10, 1894;
  5. Reid Huffaker born May 20, 1897;
  6. LeRoi Barnum born April 13, 1900;
  7. Marian born December 6, 1903;
  8. Ferne born December 28, 1905;
  9. Lois born February 20, 1908.

Family resided Lehi, Utah, and Elba, Idaho.

Bishop of Lehi 2nd ward 1903. General consulting superintendent Utah-Idaho Sugar Company. City councilman Lehi, 1902-04; commissioner Utah county 1910-12.

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Gardner, Andrew Bruce

(son of Archibald Gardner and Mary Larson). Born February 6, 1874, West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Baxter May 23, 1894, Afton, Wyoming.(daughter of John Baxter and Eliza Ross, former pioneer 1865, Captain Taylor company). She was born February 2, 1877, Coalville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. John Royal born March 15, 1895;
  2. Bruce LeVere born September 10, 1896;
  3. Muriel Elnora born March 13, 1899;
  4. Milford Irvin born January 5, 1902;
  5. Mary Thelma born April 8, 1904;
  6. Olive Adele born May 22, 1910.

Seventy. Constable eight years in Uinta county. Miller; lumberman.

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Gardner, Clarence

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Second Mayor of Afton, Wyoming 1905-1907; member Wyoming state legislature 1909-1910.

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(son of Archibald Gardner and Mary Larson). Born November 6, 1875, West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Alice Ann Burton October 8, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Walton Burton and Sarah Ann Fielding), who was born September 2, 1875, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Albert born June 27, 1898, died same day;
  2. Marian born November 17, 1901;
  3. Lawrence Alton born August 19, 1904;
  4. Rollin Elworth born October 9, 1906.

Second counselor to Bishop George Waite of Afton, Wyoming, 1894-99; missionary to Eastern states 1898-1900; Star Valley stake YMMIA aid and stake high councilor 1900; Sunday school superintendent Afton ward 1900-01; first assistant Star Valley stake Sunday school superintendent 1901-02 and 1909-12; stake superintendent YMMIA 1902-06; president YMMIA. Afton ward 1907-10; alternate high councilor; secretary Sunday school. City councilman 1902-05, mayor 1905-08; member Wyoming state legislature 1909-10; school trustee; vice-president Afton commercial club.

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Garff, Peter Jr.

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He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1857 arriving in a handcart company. He was an educator and school trustee.

(son of Nels Garff, born January 20, 1811, and Marie Jackobson, born December 9, 1820, both of Eskebjerg, Sjelland, Denmark; former died on plains, latter came to Utah). He was born February 17, 1843, Serslov, Holbek amt, Sjelland, Denmark. Came to Utah 1857, Christiansen’s handcart company.

Married:Antomina Sorensen July 26, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Lars Sorensen and Maren Kerstine Petersen of Bjergby, Hjorring, Denmark, pioneers 1861, Samuel A. Wooley company). She was born May 5, 1852.
Their children:
  1. George P. born June 17, 1870, married Phena Brimhall;
  2. Mary Ann born December 28, 1871, married B. F. Fitzgerald;
  3. Huldah born January 23, 1873, married F. C. Mickelson;
  4. Matilda born April 1, 1874, married B. M. Crossgrove;
  5. Heber N. born February 10, 1876, married Louise Murphy;
  6. Royal B. born October 23, 1877, married Rachel Day;
  7. Moses S. born November 10, 1879, married Mary Rasmussen;
  8. Aaron Z. born March 29, 1881;
  9. Mina C. born May 7, 1883, married S. J. Mickelson;
  10. Orson A. born March 2, 1885, married Bodel Lyngby;
  11. Connie M. born September 8, 1888, married Enno Drown;
  12. Regnald W. born May 6, 1890.

Family home Draper, Utah.

Senior president 73d quorum seventies; high councilor; acting teacher since he was 18 years old; assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah in 1866; was one of a company of 500 who brought in about 4,000 people. As trustee he successfully established the first free public school at Draper (the Park school), and at Crescent taxing the railroads $1,800, which was used in supplying Draper with its first school house. School trustee. Teacher and superintendent of Sunday school at Draper 25 years; missionary to Linton, Brown county, Minnasota, where he organized a branch of the church; missionary to Norway, where he baptized 27 persons, 15 of them young ladies, who were organized into first YLMIA in Bergen, Norway; there he served as president of the conference in 1899, and until near the end of his mission, returning in 1902; home missionary; high councilor. Farmer and horticulturist.

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Garn, Philip J.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of John Garn, born 1771, and Susannah Pringle, born 1773, both at Bedford, Pennsylvania, married 1794). He was born May 1, 1819, at Bedford. Came to Utah September 28, 1855, Moses Thurston company.

Married:Mary M. Vogt (daughter of Michael Vogt and Elizabeth Kline married March 8, 1803, in Perry County, Ohio). She was born September 12, 1820, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mahala born February 4, 1840, married Daniel Garn April 1856;
  2. Micah born October 14, 1841, married Fanny Wood March 11, 1865;
  3. Philip J. born February 14, 1845, married Sarah English February 18, 1878;
  4. Samuel born March 24, 1847, married Lizzie Walker;
  5. Nathaniel born May 1, 1849, married Nettie Evans;
  6. Elizabeth born April 19, 1851, married John Ford February 4, 1867;
  7. Daniel born May 18, 1853, died January 1856;
  8. Mary M. born March 31, 1855, married W. H. J. Smith 1872;
  9. Emma born February 27, 1857, married Joseph Ford February 7, 1876.

Settled at Centerville 1855. High priest. Died January 1, 1859.

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Garn, Micah

(son of Philip J. Garn and Mary M. Vogt). Born October 14, 1841, at Fremont, Ohio.

Married:Fanny Wood March 11, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Wood and Fanny Coble, pioneers 1855, Moses Thurston company). She was born October 11, 1841, Brighton, England.
Their children:
  1. Fanny C. born October 22, 1866, married Samuel Capener May 11, 1887;
  2. Micah A. born September 13, 1869, married Mary M. Leonard February 23, 1899;
  3. John H. born November 1, 1871, married Nancy Udy November 17, 1897;
  4. Mary Larelda born July 12, 1874, married Arthur Capener July 12, 1893;
  5. Daniel born August 15, 1877, married Araminta Monahan January 3, 1903;
  6. Nathaniel born August 15, 1877, married Clara Monahan August 20, 1908;
  7. Emma R. born January 29, 1879, married William L. Apgood June 14, 1908;
  8. Mahala J. born September 7, 1882, married Cooper Haffield April 14, 1909.

Family home Fielding, Utah. Seventy; missionary to the Muddy 1868-69; treasurer of Centerville Sunday school six years. Moved to Bear River valley 1887. Superintendent of first Sunday school in Fielding, and served for seven years. Postmaster eight years, and road supervisor seven years. Malad stake high councilor 17 years.

Sources:

Garn, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Martin Garn, born February 17, 1814, and Catharine Croyl, born May 4, 1818, both in Bedford county, Pennsylvania). He was born August 11, 1839, in Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio. Came to Utah September 17, 1861, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Esther Ann Eldredge March 14, 1868 (daughter of Ira Eldredge and Nancy Black, pioneers September 22, 1847, Daniel Spencer company). She was born March 24, 1839, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Flavilla Catharine born April 29, 1869, married Henry Wright August 27, 1890;
  2. Nancy E. born April 24, 1871, married David Birch March 9, 1892;
  3. Amanda Matilda born March 30, 1873, married Franklin R. Meadows October 16, 1901;
  4. Thomas Martin born August 12, 1875;
  5. William Joshua born August 28, 1877, married Ella Spriggs December 12, 1900;
  6. Edmond born March 22, 1880, married Pearl Spriggs June 26, 1903.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Coalville, Utah.

Settled in Sugar House ward; moved to Coalville 1869, where he was ward teacher; high priest.

Sources:

Garner, David

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Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Sawmill owner in Liberty, Utah.

(son of David Garner and Jane Stephens). Born January 30, 1818, at Lexicon, North Carolina. Came to Utah July 28, 1847, with a section of Mormon Battalion.

Married:Dolly Durfee October 18, 1842 (daughter of Edmond Durfee, killed in raid by mob). She was born March 8, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Louisa Ann born July 12, 1844, married Bailey Lake;
  2. Fannie Merilla born July 2, 1845, married William Tracey;
  3. David Edmond born January 10, 1847, married Sarah Davis;
  4. William Franklin born December 12, 1848, married Mary A. Barker;
  5. Mary Marinda born February 20, 1850, married Abram Chadwick;
  6. Nancy Jane born September 7, 1851, died child;
  7. Amelia Jane born May 10, 1853, married Henry Dixon;
  8. Charles Henry born April 16, 1856;
  9. Lydia born March 2, 1859, married Elias Bybee.

Family home North Ogden.

Married:Bethzina Burns April 16, 1857. Salt Lake City (daughter of Enoch Burns and Elizabeth Moffet), who was born March 5, 1842, at Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their only child:
  1. Bethzina Elizabeth born October 3, 1858, and died November 5, 1859.

Family home North Ogden, Utah.

Member Mormon Battalion; assisted bringing immigrants to Utah; one of the seven presidents of 78th quorum seventies. Farmer. Died April 27, 1889, North Ogden.

Sources:

Garner, William Franklin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of David Garner and Dolly Durfee). Born December 12, 1848, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:Mary Ann Barker February 9, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Barker and Polly Emeline Blodgett of North Ogden, pioneers 1850, Benjamin Brown company). She was born December 24, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Olive Alberta born October 9, 1871, married Oscar J. Maddox;
  2. William Henry born November 30, 1873, married Mary E. Tolman;
  3. James Albert born October 2, 1875, married Sarah K. Hill;
  4. Mary Emeline born February 20, 1878, married Joseph E. Ward;
  5. Ida Louisa born April 9, 1884, married George H. Jones;
  6. Florence I. born December 7, 1886, married James R. Rawlings;
  7. Hazel A. born October 1, 1889.

Family home North Ogden, Utah, and Clifton, Idaho.

Seventy; bishop of Clifton ward 1886-97; president high priests quorum; high councilman. Farmer.

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Garner, James Albert

(son of William Franklin Garner and Mary Ann Barker). Born October 2, 1875, North Ogden, Utah.

Married:Sarah K. Hill December 19, 1900, Logan, Utah (daughter of John R. Hill and Margory Kerr, both of Wellsville, Utah, former coming to Utah 1852, latter 1861, Job Pingree company). She was born October 1, 1882.

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Garner, Philip

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Member of the Mormon Battalion and Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

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(son of David Garner and Jane Stephens of Council Bluffs, Iowa). Born October 11, 1808, in Rowan county, North Carolina. Came to Utah October 27, 1849, George A. Smith company.

Married:Mary Hedrick, April 4, 1830, Rowan county, North Carolina. (daughter of Francis Hedrick and Elizabeth Howard of Rowan county, pioneers October 25, 1849, with Captain Rockwood in George A. Smith company). She was born September 25, 1811.
Their children:
  1. Sarah born January 18, 1832, married Lester J. Herrick;
  2. Henry born February 13, 1833, married Mary M. Browning;
  3. David born August 13, 1834, married Eliza Coffin;
  4. Jane born August 3, 1836, married David H. Browning;
  5. Frederick born October 13, 1837, married Ann Horrocks;
  6. Martha born January 18, 1840, married Benjamin C. Critchlow;
  7. Asael born June 6, 1843, married Georgia Everett;
  8. Roemma born April 7, 1845, married Joel Terry;
  9. Joseph born November 22, 1847, married Mary Phillips;
  10. Philip born May 6, 1850, married Mary Gaisford;
  11. William F. born June 3, 1852, married Sarah A. Furniss;
  12. John A. born September 11, 1856, married Charlotte Pincock.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member of the Mormon Battalion in Company B, under Captain Jesse D. Hunter. He enlisted July 16, 1846. Was hurt on picket duty while en route to Santa Fe, New Mexico, by falling into a deep ravine and breaking three ribs. Was returned to Pueblo and was afterward honorably released and returned home to Council Bluffs, Iowa. In the spring of 1849 himself and family journeyed in a wagon drawn by oxteam over the plains to Utah. Farmer. Died September 16, 1872.

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Garner, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Philip Garner and Mary Hedrick). Born February 13, 1833, near Vincennes, Indiana. Came to Utah October 27, 1849, George A. Smith company.

Married:Mary Melvina Browning June 22, 1854, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Jonathan Browning and Elizabeth Stolcup, who were married November 9, 1826, Nashville, Tennessee, pioneers September 16, 1852, Henry Miller company). She was born January 15, 1840. Came to Utah with her parents.
Their children:
  1. Henry James born June 9, 1855, married Eliza A. Ballantyne January 31, 1884;
  2. Jonathan Browning born August 31, 1857;
  3. Mary Ann born March 4, 1860, married Hyrum S. Wood November 12, 1879;
  4. Emma Elizabeth born May 4, 1862;
  5. Frederick Swen born February 6, 1864, married Margaret Ann Gibbons January 10, 1884;
  6. Enoch Charles born February 9, 1866;
  7. Barbara Alice born November 30, 1867;
  8. Rufus Alma born October 18, 1869, married Rosa Belle Porter December 2, 1891;
  9. Sarah Ida born October 8, 1871;
  10. Rosa Rebecca born December 8, 1872, married Francis Horspool;
  11. Frank Philip born August 25, 1874, married Katie Pratt November 25, 1899;
  12. Hyrum Elihu born November 6, 1876, married Mary V. Bigler November 18, 1904;
  13. Reuben Page born January 9, 1878;
  14. Alta Charlotte born May 22, 1880, married Junius Cook October 25, 1905.

High priest. Indian fighter; member of the Echo Canyon volunteers.

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Garner, Henry James

(son of Henry Garner and Mary M. Browning). Born June 9, 1855, in Ogden, Utah.

Married:Eliza A. Ballantyne January 31, 1884 (daughter of Richard Ballantyne and Mary Pearce), who was born June 8, 1866, Eden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Richard H. born November 22, 1884;
  2. Ethel born June 29, 1886, married Ephraim W. Manning June 20, 1906;
  3. Mary Edna born August 8, 1888;
  4. Lona born August 2, 1893, married James Bingham December 20, 1911;
  5. Rulon B. born March 31, 1900;
  6. Lyda born July 24, 1902;
  7. Harold born March 4, 1906;
  8. Milton Eugene born October 21, 1907.

Family resided Ogden and Plain City, Utah.

Superintendent Plain City Sunday schools 1901-03; first counselor to Bishop George W. Bromwell 1903-06; bishop of Plain City ward 1906-10; high councilor in North Weber stake 1910. Merchant.

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Garner, Rufus Alma

(son of Henry Garner and Mary M. Browning). Born October 18, 1869, in Ogden, Utah.

Married:Rosa Belle Porter December 2, 1891, Logan, Utah (daughter of Charles A. Porter and Rachel L. Hall of Ogden). She was born September 23, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Vird Carlisle born September 22, 1897;
  2. Alma Edwin born August 29, 1901.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member high council Weber stake. Assistant postmaster at Ogden. Bookkeeper and salesman.

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Garner, Frederick

(son of Philip Garner and Mary Hedrick). Born October 13, 1837, in Hancock county, Illinois.

Married:Ann Horrocks January 1, 1862, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Edward Horrocks and Alice Houghton of England, the former coming to Utah in October 1857, Albert Carrington company, the latter dying in England). She was born May 4, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Annie Elizabeth born April 2, 1863, married James Henry Pincock;
  2. William Frederick born February 16, 1865, married Minnie Black;
  3. Aaron George born February 17, 1867, died October 17, 1879;
  4. Samuel Edward born May 1, 1869, died September 8, 1879;
  5. James Nathan born August 7, 1871, married Sylvia Layne;
  6. Alice Mozell born October 7, 1873, married James William Banford;
  7. Horace Eugene born June 29, 1876, married Isabell Scott Ure;
  8. Burk LeRoy born September 3, 1878, married Annie Elizabeth Clark;
  9. Benjamin Franklin born March 28, 1881, married Mary Salena Carr;
  10. Alpha born June 4, 1887.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Second counselor to bishop of Ogden first ward 1878-89; home missionary 1889-95. School trustee; road supervisor; justice of peace. Brought first alfalfa seed into Utah in 1861.

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Garner, John A.

(son of Philip Garner and Mary Hedrick). Born September 11, 1856, in Ogden, Utah.

Married:Charlotte Pincock November 24, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Pincock and Isabella Douglass of Ogden, pioneers 1852, John Parker company). She was born October 7, 1861.
Their children:
  1. John Earl born August 4, 1882, married Edith Morgan;
  2. Violate Pincock born May 22, 1884;
  3. George Albert born October 29, 1886;
  4. Walter Mack born September 21, 1890;
  5. Ray Douglass born November 27, 1892;
  6. Florence May born August 3, 1897;
  7. Lucile born October 6, 1901;
  8. Mary Ethel born November 14, 1902;
  9. Heber Ross born February 9, 1905.

Family home Rexburg, Idaho.

Missionary to California 1898-01; high priest; member high council 1902; counselor to Bishop Oliver C. Dally of Rexburg 1st ward 1907-12.

Sources:

Garner, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

Came to Utah October 2, 1862, Harmon Cutler company.

Married:Mary S. Holmes (Stowell) in 1852 (daughter of James Holmes and Millie Rossen of eastern New York, pioneers 1862). She was born September 15, 1797, and came to Utah in 1852 with her family. There were no children. Mary S. Holmes was the widow of Augustus Oliver Artemus Stowell.
Their children:
  1. Sophia, married William Parshall;
  2. William Rufus Rogers, married Hannah Topham, married Cynthia J. Park, married Saphrona Kelly, married Harriet Stowell;
  3. Minerva, married Christopher Merkley;
  4. Laura, married Nelson Baker;
  5. Matilda, married Orin Packard;
  6. Augustus, married Emma Hill;
  7. Alice and Juliette, married William Howard Perry;
  8. Mary Alvira, died child.

Family home New York.

High priest. Settled at Provo, and later moved to Cedar Valley, and farmed at Lynn. Died March 1872, Hooper, Utah.

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Garrett, James

(son of John Garrett of Quincy, Illinois). Born 1855.

Married:Mary E. Wallace May 2, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of George B. Wallace and Martha Davis), who was born June 10, 1858, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. James H. born September 9, 1881, married Sucy D. Wardrupt;
  2. George E. born December 8, 1883, married Martha J. Crookston;
  3. William A. born December 6, 1886, died infant.

Family home Salt Lake City.

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Garrick, Hamilton Morrison

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of John Garrick and Esther Wheatford of Gallowayshire, Scotland). Born November 29, 1834, in Gallowayshire. Came to Utah September 12, 1857, Jesse Martin company.

Married:Elizabeth Tilley December 8, 1857 (daughter of Richard Tilley and Phoebe Dukes), who was born at Newton, Lea Willis, England; came to Utah in 1857 alone.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Phoebe born February 1, 1860, married Walter S. Carr 1881;
  2. Mary Jane born September 17, 1866, married Herbert Tyzack 1886;
  3. John R. born November 19, 1870, married Jane Mickleson 1897;
  4. Ellen born June 27, 1873, married Noah G. Kearns 1894;
  5. Esther born April 16, 1876, married J. H. Roylance 1893;
  6. Lillie May born October 16, 1879, married William G. Barton 1900;
  7. Mabel born October 20, 1877, married Edgar Fillmore 1901.

Family home Gunnison, Utah.

President 48th quorum seventies; choir leader at Gunnison 20 years. Postmaster; treasurer of board of school trustees three years. Missionary to Ireland 1856. Black Hawk war veteran. Stockraiser.

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Geary, Edward

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of George Geary and Mary Heath, born 1788, both in Leicester, Leicestershire, England). Born November 25, 1830, in parents’ birthplace. Came to Utah 1862, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Slater (daughter of Franklin Slater and Elizabeth Hewitt), who was born October 6, 1833, in England.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Ann born January 29, 1853, Claycross, England, married Joseph Durrant July 12, 1874;
  2. Edward Long born August 18, 1854, at Claycross, married Alice Criddle March 19, 1877;
  3. Mary Ellen born August 24, 1856, at Clay Cross, married Larry Larson in Pennsylvania;
  4. George Samuel born August 26, 1858;
  5. Hyrum Phineas born October 19, 1860, in Pennsylvania, married Isabell Gibby October 12, 1887;
  6. William Joseph born March 24, 1863, died;
  7. Thomas Hewitt born May 10, 1866, Morgan, Utah, married Laura Simmons;
  8. Eliza Catherine born May 11, 1869, Morgan, Utah, married James Jennings;
  9. Sarah Louisa born April 11, 1870, Morgan, Utah, married George London;
  10. Franklin Slater born September 8, 1872, Morgan, Utah;
  11. Agnes Hannah born October 14, 1874, Morgan, Utah, died;
  12. Daniel James born June 20, 1876, Morgan, Utah, married Josephine Littlefield.

Family lived at Round Valley and Morgan, Utah.

Contractor and builder.

Sources:

Geary, Edward Long

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Edward Geary and Elizabeth Ann Slater). Born August 18, 1854. Clay Cross, England. Came to Utah 1862, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Alice Criddle March 19, 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of George and Mary Ann Criddle of Morgan, Utah; pioneers October, 1862). She was born March 6, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Edward George born May 14, 1878, married Grace Wakefield February 3, 1905;
  2. William Frederick born April 16, 1880, died;
  3. Mary Alice born February 25, 1882, married H. D. Morgan;
  4. Ernest Leroy born March 3, 1884, died;
  5. Maud Mary Ann born May 27, 1886, married James Mulliner.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Married:Annie Guyman. Manti, Utah, March 13, 1889 (daughter of Noah T. Guyman and Louise Rowley of Fountain Green, Utah). She was born October 12, 1870.
Married:Isabella W. Walker, Manti, Utah, May 23, 1894 (daughter of John Walker and Ellen McSkelly of Manti, Utah).

Member 81st quorum seventies; ward teacher. Member Huntington canal and reservoir association board, three terms; member town board, three terms. Settled at Bountiful 1862; moved to Morgan county 1864; called to St. Johns, Arizona, spring of 1884 by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, returning, settled at Huntington November, 1884; he has pioneered four new settlements and assisted in building communities. Farmer; stockman; freighter; capitalist.

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Geary, Hyrum P.

(son of Edward Geary and Elizabeth Ann Slater). Born October 19, 1861. Trevorton, Pennsylvania.

Married:Isabell M. Gibby, Logan, Utah (daughter of John Gibby and Ellen Olphen), who was born December 13, 1868, Round Valley, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum George born September 22, 1888;
  2. Charles Calvin born September 7, 1891;
  3. Parley born June 25, 1894;
  4. Austin Leo born September 20, 1896;
  5. Lillian May born February 17, 1900.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Seventy; superintendent Round Valley Sunday school.

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Geddes, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Hugh Geddes of Scotland). Born December 8, 1832, Bilston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Came to Utah October 2, 1854.

Married:Elizabeth Stewart June 3, 1865 (daughter of Archibald Stewart and Ester Lyle of Glasgow, Scotland).
Their children:
  1. William S. born April 6, 1856, married Moran Carver;
  2. Joseph S. born December 18, 1857, married Dora Neeley;
  3. Archibald born January 31, 1860, married Nelley Reed;
  4. Grant born July 10, 1865, married Martha Stodard;
  5. Elizabeth born August 8, 1863, married George H. Carver.

Family home Plain City, Utah.

Married:Martha Stewart in Salt Lake City (daughter of Archibald Stewart and Ester Lyle of Scotland). She was born May 10, 1838, Glasgow. Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Agness born August 17, 1857, married Augustus Peterson;
  2. Hugh S. born July 25, 1859, married Martena Peterson July 12, 1883;
  3. Mary born September 18, 1861, married James M. Thomas;
  4. Annie born September 20, 1865, married Thomas Sutherland;
  5. John born February 18, 1867;
  6. Susan born February 9, 1868;
  7. Margret born January 9, 1871, married Alfred N. Stevens;
  8. James S. born May 18, 1873, married Olive Nielsen;
  9. George born August 14, 1876.
Married:Emma Hope (Stewart) (daughter of Archibald Stewart and Ester Lyle of Scotland).
Their children:
  1. Robert;
  2. Eliza;
  3. Sarah;
  4. Susie;
  5. David;
  6. Hyrum S.;
  7. Joan C.;
  8. Gertrude.

Missionary for seven years in Europe; worked on Salt Lake temple from 1856 to 1860. Moved to Plain City 1869.

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Geddes, Joseph Stewart

(son of William Geddes and Elizabeth Stewart). Born December 18, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married:Isabell Dora Neeley December 29, 1881. Salt Lake City (daughter of Aminus M. Neeley and Susan Morgan, the latter came to Utah with handcart company). She was born June 28, 1862, Brigham City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Pearl Lorena born February 22, 1883, married David G. Eames January 25, 1905;
  2. Joseph A. born November 27, 1884;
  3. Dora Blanch born September 30, 1887;
  4. Ruby L. born April 22, 1889;
  5. Ivy M. born May 8, 1891;
  6. Ira born March 28, 1893;
  7. Hazel K. born December 30, 1894;
  8. Elizabeth Vera born February 7, 1898;
  9. Josie N. born March 10, 1900;
  10. Paul Stewart born August 3, 1902;
  11. Elias Lyle born October 25, 1905.

Set apart to preside over Oneida stake September 25, 1910.

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Geddes, Hugh S.

(son of William Geddes and Martha Stewart). Born July 25, 1859, Plain City, Utah.

Married:Martena Peterson July 12, 1883. Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans Peterson and Annie M. Hansen, pioneers 1853, first Danish immigration). She was horn October 14, 1864, Plain City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Estella born March 18, 1885, married Jacob A. Paten;
  2. Hugh Lester born July 28, 1887, married Lydia Lowe;
  3. Maud h. February 28, 1892;
  4. Moses born September 18, 1895;
  5. Grant born July 23, 1898;
  6. Elva born March 31, 1900;
  7. Archibald born February 12, 1902, died January 6, 1907;
  8. Donald born May 9, 1906, died January 12, 1907;
  9. William, died infant
  10. Ralph Thomas born April 17,1909.

Family resided Plain City, Utah, and Preston, Idaho.

Moved to Preston, Idaho, 1884, where he worked two years on the canal. Missionary to New Zealand 1888-91; superintendent Preston Sunday school 10 years; second counselor to Bishop John Larsen, Preston ward; bishop of Preston 2d ward 1902-10; Oneida stake high council. Village trustee two terms; county commissioner two years. Secretary and director of Preston, Riverdale and Mink Creek Canal Company and of Cub River and Warm Creek Canal Company for several years.

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Gee, George W.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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(son of George W. Gee and Mary Jane Smith). Born October 9, 1841, Lee County, Iowa. Came to Utah September 28, 1851, Captain John Brown company.

Married:Sophina A. Fuller May 4, 1862, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Amos B. Fuller and Esther Smith), who was born May 5, 1843.
Their children:
  1. George W. born May 9, 1864, died;
  2. Elias A. born June 29, 1868, married Francis M. Bean;
  3. Georgiana born December 15, 1869, married Joseph S. Smith;
  4. Mary Jane born October 8, 1871, married Caleb A. Haws;
  5. Esther born October 29, 1873, married George Haws, married Joseph S. Smith
  6. Sophina A. born August 6, 1876, married Joshua R. Hodson;
  7. Don Carlos born April 20, 1878, married Ida M. Loveless;
  8. Bertha V. born May 31, 1880, married Thomas Summer;
  9. Martha E. born April 28, 1883, married Hyrum G. Smith;
  10. Adella M. born May 14, 1885, married Elvon L. Jackson.
Married:Ursula Bandley March 2, 1877. St. George, Utah (daughter of Thomas Bandley and Ferena Lanieca of Provo, Utah; they came to Utah in 1872). She was born April 4, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Asahel T. born June 3, 1878, married Eliza Jones;
  2. Dora born September 21, 1880;
  3. Theodora born April 26, 1883;
  4. Amanda born July 21, 1885, latter three died:
  5. Emma born November 1, 1887, married Hugh E. Love;
  6. Pearl born June 6, 1896.

Family home Provo, Utah.

President 46th quorum seventies, missionary to England 1864-67. Deputy sheriff one year; school trustee; city watermaster. Farmer.

Sources:

Gee, Lysander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849

(son of Solmon Gee and Sarah Watson Crane of Ashtabula County, Ohio). Born September 1, 1818, at Austinburg, Ohio. Came to Utah 1849, George A. Smith company.

Married:Amanda M. Sagers September 5, 1838, at Far-West, Missouri, who was born 1821 in New York state, and died October 22, 1848, in St. Louis. Their only child was Orlando, married Mary Bates.
Married:Theresa Bowley February 12, 1846, at Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of John Bowley and Polly Reed of Maine). She was born October 7, 1829, Carthage, Maine.
Their children:
  1. Rozella, married Robert McGavin;
  2. Eudora, died;
  3. Andeca, married Ariah H. Brower;
  4. Electa, married Erin Bates;
  5. Austin, married Phoebe Bates;
  6. Newton;
  7. Elias;
  8. George;
  9. Louisa, latter four died;
  10. Sarah, married Robert Skelton, Jr.;
  11. Almon, died.

Family home Tooele, Utah.

Married:Maryetta Rowe February 10, 1850, in Salt Lake City, who was born October 3, 1831, in Tompkins county, New York.
Their children:
  1. Erasmus;
  2. Erastus, married Geneva Telford;
  3. Augustus, married Annie Dahlquist;
  4. Mary, married Thorpe Luker;
  5. Stephen, married Thalia Watson;
  6. Caroline, married Robert McGavin;
  7. Emma, married Brigham H. Telford;
  8. Robert, married Alice Clark;
  9. John.

One of presidents of 31st quorum seventies; high priest Tooele stake; superintendent Sunday school. Prosecuting attorney; justice of the peace. Lawyer; carpenter. Died June 27, 1894, at Tooele.

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George, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Thomas George and Ann Roberts of Glamorganshire, South Wales). Born April 19, 1818, Myrthyr Duggen, South Wales. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Elizabeth Morgan Jones 1854, Salt Lake City (daughter of Philip Jones and Elizabeth Morgan, both of Brecknockshire, South Wales). She was born October 12, 1825.
Their children:
  1. Harriet born July 10, 1854, married Peter Rossen;
  2. Thomas born May 5, 1856, married Margaret McMillan;
  3. Mary born March 7, 1858;
  4. Joseph M. born March 20, 1860, married Medelliner Casto;
  5. Rachel born May 8, 1862, married F. W. Burrough;
  6. John born August 6, 1865, married May Hawley.

Family home 19th ward. Salt Lake City.

Elder. Died at Murray, Utah.

Sources:

George, Joseph M.

(son of John George and Elizabeth Morgan Jones). Born March 20, 1860, North Ogden, Utah.

Married:Medelliner Casto November 24, 1886, Independence, Utah (daughter of John Casto and Betsy Corbett, both of Salt Lake City). She was born April 7, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Mary born October 10, 1887, married C. E. Robertson;
  2. John L. born July 25, 1889;
  3. Elizabeth born April 2, 1891; married R. J. Forsyth;
  4. Zenos F. born November 4, 1894;
  5. Paul born April 2, 1898;
  6. Juanita born April 16, 1900.

Family resided Independence and Burton, Utah.

Member 84th quorum seventies; ward teacher. Laborer.

Sources:

Georgeson, Niels

(for his genealogy see Niels Jorgensen).

Sources:

Georgesen, Hans Hyrum

(son of Niels Georgesen and Johanna M. Kofoed). Born December 25, 1871, Treasureton, Idaho.

Married:Minnie Berlips October 23, 1907, Salt Lake City (daughter of Louis Berlips, born October 27, 1841, died April 25, 1880 and Caroline Eugelhardt, born July 31, 1843). She was born October 8, 1876, St. Peter, Minnasota
Their children:
  1. Wilbur Norval born July 15, 1908;
  2. Donald LeMar born November 16, 1911.
Sources:

Gerber, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854. Physician and surgeon.

(son of Jacob Gerber of Bern, Switzerland). He was born September 8, 1796, at Bern. Came to Utah October, 1854, Captain Van Buren company.

Married:Magdalena Hugh, who was born 1797.
Their child:
  1. Susanna, died child.

Family home Sierra Leone, Africa.

Married:Elizabeth Wagner, who was born 1799.
Their child:
  1. Maria Susanna Wilhelmina.

Family home Sierra Leone.

Married:Johanna Elenora Lessing, who was born February 21, 1835.
Their children:
  1. Frederick, died child;
  2. John Theophilus, married Mary ____;
  3. Louis Emanuel, married Emily Jacob.

Family home Ohio.

Married:Anna Maria Ackeret 1843, in Indiana, who was born May 11, 1824.
Their children:
  1. Julia Carolina, died child;
  2. Julia Jemima, married Ira Jacob;
  3. Helena Ellenora, married Joseph Jacob;
  4. Anna Poulina, Benjamin Ulrich, died child;
  5. Moroni, married Emily Jane Jacob;
  6. Mary Matilda, married Isaac Jacob;
  7. Sarah Elizabeth, died child;
  8. Emily Adelia, married Arthur Watkins.

Family home Utah.

High priest. Early settler to St. George; assisted in founding Washington, Utah, and later moved to Midway, Utah. Physician and surgeon. Farmer. Died November 22, 1870, at Midway, Utah.

Sources:

Gerber, Moroni

(son of John Gerber and Anna Maria Ackeret). Born October 4, 1856, at Cedar City, Utah.

Married:Emily Jane Jacob November 11, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Lucian Jacob and Janet Clotworthy of Midway). She was born May 20, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Janet Anderson born September 18, 1881, married George S. Bingham;
  2. Mabel born May 8, 1883, married William Ralph Hacking;
  3. Jean Eleanor born April 17, 1885, married Ellis S. Merkley;
  4. Florence Rhoda born March 27, 1887, married Gilbert W. Richardson;
  5. Irvin Moroni born May 6, 1891;
  6. Zetella Ackeret born March 6, 1893;
  7. Ether Lyman born April 17, 1896;
  8. Fern Elizabeth born September 17, 1898;
  9. Hugh Jacob born March 18, 1901;
  10. John Wendell born August 6, 1904;
  11. Helen born May 26, 1908.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

High priest; missionary to Southern states 1887-91; ward teacher; president YMMIA at Midway and also of Maeser ward. Justice of peace at Midway 1895-97. Farmer.

Sources:

Gibbons, John A. R.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of William Gibbons and Dorothy Head of Berkshire, England). He was born February 10, 1794, Hillgreen, Berkshire. Came to Utah October, 1854.

Married:Fanny Roby August 18, 1818, Mapel Durham, England. (daughter of Aaron Roby and Mary Lowe of Berkshire, pioneers October 1854). She was born December 26, 1800.
Their children:
  1. John born May 2, 1823, married Mary Schwving;
  2. James born January 27, 1825, married Ann Shettelworth;
  3. William Belcher, born August 24, 1828, married Mary Wilkes;
  4. Francis Lorenzo born November 5, 1831, married Elizabeth Pearde;
  5. Thomas born March 24, 1834, married Ann Caroline Evans;
  6. Frederick born September 9, 1835, died child;
  7. Henry born February 4, 1838, died child;
  8. Dorothy Mary Caroline born April 9, 1840, died Infant;
  9. John Aaron;
  10. Mary, died infant.

Family resided Berkshire, England, and South Wales.

High priest. Died March 1872.

Sources:

Gibbons, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of John A. R. Gibbons and Fanny Roby). Born March 24, 1834, Hillgreen, Berkshire, England. Came to Utah October 1854, Thomas E. Ricks company.

Married:Ann Caroline Evans May 6, 1860, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Thomas Evans and Margaret Powell of Merthyr, South Wales; pioneers 1858, Fredric Bussard company). She was born May 8, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born December 13, 1861, died December 13, 1861;
  2. Thomas Francis born December 17, 1862, married Mary Bashire Jan, 1899;
  3. Fanny Elizabeth born December 25, 1864, married David B. Russell July, 1883;
  4. Margaret Ann born October 8, 1866, married Frederick S. Garner January 11, 1884;
  5. John Aaron Roby born August 10, 1868, married Manerva E. Berry October 7, 1886;
  6. Jennette Caroline born February 26, 1870, married Matthew O. Callahan October 25, 1885;
  7. Edward Evans born December 13, 1871, married Anna Downs June 22, 1900;
  8. Evan Evans born November 1, 1872, died June 23, 1886;
  9. Mary May born September 11, 1874, married Oliver M. Davidson March 24, 1904;
  10. William Morgan born June 10, 1876, died January 21, 1902;
  11. Elizabeth Latricia born June 8, 1879, married Francis L. Woods June 27, 1901, died August 7, 1905;
  12. David Howell born August 4, 1880, died May 25, 1881;
  13. Wealtha Helena born July 5, 1883, married Parley E. Woods May 3, 1902.

Settled at Tooele 1854; moved to Ogden 1855 where he worked on Ogden tabernacle, on canyon road and on bench canal. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1863; moved to Huntsville 1865. Worked on Union Pacific, Utah Central and Utah Northern railroads. Moved back to Ogden 1881. Road supervisor at Huntsville two years. Clerk 76th quorum seventies; high priest for 10 years at Ogden, Utah. Farmer.

Sources:

Gibbons, Thomas

Note

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

(son of George Gibbons of Carson, England, and Lucy Reed of Collorne, Somersetshire, England). Born December 25, 1820, at Collorne. Came to Utah September 11, 1857, Israel Evans handcart company.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Lack (daughter of Frederick Lack and Mary Ann Blithe, married in 1839 at Norwich, Norfolk, England; latter came to Utah with Milo Andrus company). She was born January 16, 1845. Came to Utah October 23, 1855, Milo Andrus company.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born December 11, 1860, married Elizabeth Agnes Stenbridge December 28, 1882;
  2. Allbrey born December 20, 1861, married Fannie Moore September 19, 1887;
  3. Precinda Celestia born July 23, 1863, married William Cossey December 28, 1881;
  4. Edward George born October 11, 1864, married Annie Roundy April 14, 1886;
  5. Zina Diantha born March 14, 1866, married Hyrum Homer September 22, 1892;
  6. Sarah Elizabeth born September 19, 1867, married William D. Brown April 24, 1895;
  7. Joseph Alfred born March 30, 1869, married Ellen Beard;
  8. William Oliver born November 6, 1870, married Mary Eliza Beecroft November 27, 1895;
  9. Charles Frederick born April 28, 1872;
  10. Emma born April 19, 1874;
  11. Worthy born February 25, 1876, married Elizabeth Ann Siddoway;
  12. Alma born April 7, 1878, married Cora M. Judd;
  13. Mary Eliza born August 21, 1880, married Ezra Workman June 19, 1902;
  14. Luctia Adaline born March 7, 1883, married Claud Williams December 16, 1904;
  15. Ward E. born July 7, 1885;
  16. Orson born July 24, 1887;
  17. Willard John born August 10, 1889, married Mary Ellen Salsbury February 16, 1810.

Settled at Salt Lake City 1857. Took active part in Echo Canyon war; one of guards left to care for the city at the time of the move south. Indian war veteran. Member 4th quorum seventies. Moved to Rockport 1862. Zealous in church work; high priest. Member city council. Sunday school superintendent 11 years. County commissioner 1869-70. Farmer. Died while visiting at Skaneateles, New York, June 12, 1893.

Sources:

Gibbons, Thomas

(son of Thomas Gibbons and Sarah Elizabeth Lack). Born December 11, 1860, Sugar House, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Agnes Stenbridge December 28, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Stenbridge and Caroline Barter).
Their children:
  1. Sadie born October 16, 1883, married Frank Ford December 1, 1909;
  2. Velate born April 14, 1885, married Lawrence Thompson November 2, 1903;
  3. Belle born January 20, 1889, married Joseph Wilson;
  4. Vera born March 8, 1896.

Farmer.

Sources:

Gibbs, John Duggan

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Francis Gibbs and Martha Duggan, both of Haverford, West Pembrokeshire, South Wales). Born December 18, 1815, Haverford, West Pembrokeshire. Came to Utah October 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company.

Married:Julia Ann Tompkins 1841, Bristol, England. (daughter of George Tompkins and Ann Stephens, both of Bristol, England). She was born February 20, 1820.
Their children:
  1. George Francis, died September 2, 1842;
  2. Martha Ann, died August 14, 1844;
  3. Thomas Henry, died August 30, 1845;
  4. John Duggan, died October 14, 1846;
  5. Charles Tompkins, married Sarah R. Thornton;
  6. William Henry, married Letitia John;
  7. Samuel Willard, married Saphrone McCray;
  8. Louisa Elizabeth, died May 18, 1856;
  9. Joseph Edward, married Elizabeth K. Parkinson;
  10. James Hyrum, married Sarah M. Green;
  11. Matilda Jane, married Joseph Salisbury.

Family home Portage, Utah.

Married:Mary Phillips (Rees) 1869. Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Phillips and Elizabeth Pugh of Merthyr, Tydfll, Wales). She was born August 1815.

High councilor; started first Sunday school library in Box Elder county 1870; patriarch in Mormon church. Justice of peace; school trustee. Superintendent of first Sunday school in Willard county. Shoemaker; tanner. Died February 28, 1892, Portage, Utah.

Sources:

Gibbs, William H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

_images/Gibbs_William_H.jpg

(son of John Duggan Gibbs and Julia Ann Tompkins). Born February 7, 1851, Haverford, West Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Came to Utah October 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company.

Married:Letitia John February 5, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas John and Margaret Thomas of Merthyr, Tydfll Wales, pioneers October 17, 1862, H. W. Miller company). She was born April 6, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Thomas John born January 23, 1873, died April 16, 1873;
  2. William Henry born January 9, 1875, married Elizabeth S. Zundel;
  3. Samuel Willard born December 26, 1876, died January 9, 1876;
  4. Joseph Edward born March 1, 1877, married Mary L. Harkins;
  5. Julia Ann born December 22, 1878, married Nathan D. Geaisley;
  6. Francis Dugan born March 22, 1881, died April 2, 1881;
  7. Frances Letitia born March 22, 1881, married Isaac W. Allen;
  8. Charles Warren born January 26, 1884, died October 2, 1900;
  9. Amelia Naomia born December 6, 1887;
  10. Margaret Rosalie born February 6, 1889, married Thomas L. Howell;
  11. Martha Louisa born September 17, 1890;
  12. James Hyrum born September 6, 1892;
  13. Matilda Priscilla born November 17, 1894;
  14. Lewis Hootchew born September 9, 1895 (adopted).

Family home Portage, Utah.

High priest in Mormon church; missionary to southern states 1884-87; first counselor in presidency of Malad stake. Settled at Willard; moved to Portage. Second counselor to Bishop Oliver C. Hoskins of Portage ward; second counselor to President Oliver C. Hoskins of Malad stake; first counselor to President Milton H. Welling of Malad stake; first counselor to President William H. Richards of Malad stake. Member constitutional convention 1906; member first legislature; justice of peace, and school trustee; member Intermountain Good Road Convention at Pocatello 1911. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Gibson, George W.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Robert Gibson and Polly Evans of Monroe county, Mississippi). Born June 17, 1800, Union county, South Carolina. Came to Utah, September 1847, John Brown company.

Married:Mary Sparks March 15, 1822, South Carolina (daughter of Josiah Sparks and Lydia Tollison of South Carolina, who was born June 10, 1802.
Their children:
  1. Robert M., married Lucinda Henskaw;
  2. Mary D., married William New;
  3. Lydia E., married Gilbert Hunt;
  4. William, married Centha Lockhart;
  5. Moses, married Electa Badger; married Lydia Badger; married Lizzie Bube;
  6. Frances A., married Alvin Green;
  7. Laura A., married James Andrews;
  8. Neoma L., married James Andrews;
  9. Joseph, married Ruth Therebold.

Family home South Cottonwood, Utah.

Seventy; bishop of South Cottonwood; high priest. Farmer and stockraiser. Died summer 1871, Duncan, Kane County, Utah.

Sources:

Gibson, Jacob

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Mormon Pioneer of 1867.

Born January 1, ____, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah, 1867.

Married:Margaret Robinson (Lilya) January 1868, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Robinson and Ellen McWaters of Scotland latter came to Utah 1868). She was born March 23, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Stewart, died;
  2. John, married Rose Warwood;
  3. Ellen, married Andy Andersen;
  4. Margaret, married Alford Aston;
  5. Andrew, married Grace Newman;
  6. Roselen, married Olf Larson.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy; missionary to Scotland; counselor to Bishops Smoot and Edward Wooley of Sugar House ward. Farmer; carpenter. Died May 1, 1882, at Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Gibson, James B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Robert Gibson and Eliza Campbell Brown; brother of William Gibson, pioneer). Came to Utah 1860, Captain Warren Walling company.

Helped build the fort at Kamas for protection against Indians. Conducted a harness store at Beaver, Utah, and general trading stores at Ashley and on the Uintah agency, the latter by permission of the government. Died unmarried.

Sources:

Gibson, John S.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

Came to Utah 1856, the wagon train.

Married:Jeanette S. Barnard at Salt Lake City (daughter of James S. Barnard and Jeanette Snedden, married at Mt. Airdrie, Lanark, Scotland). She was born April 22, 1840.
Their children:
  1. William B. (died aged 51 years), married Augustin Nebit and Johan Barnard;
  2. James born, married Sarah Jane Grant;
  3. Jeanette Barnard, married James Elijah Malin;
  4. Eliza Jane, married David born Smith;
  5. John S. (died), married Annie Cunnington;
  6. Alexander, married Elizabeth Brown;
  7. Thomas Nathaniel, married Annie Cunnington.
Sources:

Gibson, James B.

(son of John S. Gibson and Jeanette S. Barnard). Born April 30, 1861, Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah Jane Grant February 16, 1885, at Salt Lake City (daughter of David Grant and Elizabeth Williams of Mill Creek, Utah). She was born February 17, 1862.
Their children:
  1. James Grant born November 11, 1885, married Sarah Ann Davis;
  2. Sarah Evelyn born March 18, 1888, married Edward Neilsen;
  3. Jeanette born January 30, 1891;
  4. Elizabeth E. born March 11, 1894, married William H. Dunn;
  5. Rena born February 3, 1897;
  6. George B. born February 24, 1902.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Gibson, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Robert Gibson and Eliza Campbell Brown, of Ireland, latter a pioneer 1860). He was born April 25, 1845, Killmarnock, Scotland. Came to Utah August 9, 1860, Captain Warren Walling company.

Married:Mary Adelia Lambert May 6, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Lambert and Adelia Groesbeck, the former born in Lancashire, England, the latter in Trumbull County, Ohio pioneers 1860). She was born September 11, 1851 Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. James Lambert, married Sarah Jane Pope;
  2. Mary Eliza, married Nelson G. Sowards;
  3. Sarah Adelia, married David C. Eccles.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Kamas, Ashley and Vernal, Utah.

Settled in Salt Lake 1860; hauled rock for the Salt Lake temple of the LDS church. Moved to Kamas 1864 and to Vernal 1877, but during years 1860 to 1868 made seven trips across plains with many of the famous characters of that time, bringing back immigrants and supplies to Utah. Captain in Utah militia 1865-70, served in Black Hawk war, and in many campaigns and skirmishes with Indians when necessary. One of the builders of the forts at Peoa and Kamas; constable and school trustee at latter place and at Ashley, six years each; first sheriff of Uintah county, being a constable when county was organized, was made acting sheriff. Member first and second sessions of Utah legislature from 12th district. Stockman and rancher.

Sources:

Gibson, William B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(Born September 26, 1838. Came to Utah Fall 1856, wagon train.

Married:Johan S. Barnard July 12, 1863, Endowment House, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Barnard and Jeanette Snedden, pioneers October, 1853, David Wilkins company). She was born November 12, 1845, Clackmannan, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. William H. born June 16, 1863, died infant;
  2. Mary Ann born December 23, 1864, married Loyene Ensign;
  3. Jeanette born March 28, 1867, married James Wright;
  4. James born December 15, 1869, married Emma Huber;
  5. Alexander born November 30, 1871, married Eliza Huber;
  6. John born December 1873, died when nearly 16;
  7. Jane born December 13, 1875, married Thomas Jones;
  8. William born April 17, 1878;
  9. Arthur born May 11, 1880, married Annie Buck;
  10. Blanche born January 22, 1883, married James Galligher;
  11. Ivie Bell born August 8, 1885, died Infant.

Family home 20th ward, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Gifford, Henry Dill

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Alpheus Gifford, born August 28, 1793, Barnstable, Massachusetts, and Anna Nash, born February 17, 1800, Butternuts, New York). Born April 28, 1825, Recating, Wayne county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1853, Captain Snow company.

Married:Almira Ann Braffett, 1849 (daughter of George W. Braffett).
Their children:
  1. Annie Amanda, married Samuel Mackey;
  2. Henry Alpheus, married Mary Ellen Hale;
  3. Almira Jane, married Joseph Powell;
  4. George Washington, married Louisa Hale;
  5. Alma, married Alice Shelton;
  6. Levi, married Sarah James.

Family home Manti, Utah.

Seventy. Died May 6, 1901, Woodville, Idaho.

Sources:

Gifford, George Washington

(son of Henry Dill Gifford and Almira Ann Braffett). Born January 10, 1867, Manti.

Married:Louisa Hale January 9, 1879, Hooper, Utah (daughter of James Hale and Lucy Clements), who was born December 9, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Lucy Ann born December 21, 1879;
  2. George Alvin born November 24, 1881, married Florence Ellen Chaffin.;
  3. Henry Elmer born January 6, 1884, married Lilly M. Chaffin;
  4. Effie Louisa born July 23, 1885;
  5. Helena born August 7, 1887, married Arthur O. Moore;
  6. James Alma born September 10, 1889, married Sarah Annie Mason;
  7. Lester born August 28, 1891, married Elzada Hope;
  8. Martha Elnora born November 5, 1893, married Wesley Huntsman;
  9. Moses born September 27, 1895;
  10. Milo born October 20, 1899.

Family home Woodville, Idaho.

Settled at Woodville, Idaho, where he served as school trustee 1892-10; justice of peace 1898-04, and chairman of town board 1906-12. Farmer.

Sources:

Gifford, Levi

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

Came to Utah in 1850.

Married:Deborah Wing.
Their children:
  1. Ichabod;
  2. Daniel;
  3. William;
  4. Moroni;
  5. Priscilla;
  6. Levi.

Family resided Farmington and Richmond, Utah.

Sources:

Gifford, Levi, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Levi Gifford and Deborah Wing). Born March 14, 1837, Kirtland, Ohio. Came to Utah in 1859.

Married:Caroline Jaques 1859 at Farmington (daughter of John Jaques). She was born December 25, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Melissa A. born January 5, 1860, married Leander Clifford;
  2. Warren born February 18, 1861, married Sophia Thompson;
  3. Theresa Ann born April 21, 1863;
  4. Emma Caroline born May 24, 1865;
  5. Homer born July 9, 1868, married Sarah Hoopes;
  6. Arthur born October 1, 1870, married Jennie Bainbridge;
  7. William L. born October 18, 1876, married Maggie Ann Hoopes.

Family resided Farmington, Manti, Richmond and Bear Lake, Utah.

Sources:

Gifford, Arthur

(son of Levi Gifford and Caroline Jaques). Born October 1, 1870, Weston, Idaho.

Married:Jennie Bainbridge May 30, 1898, St. Anthony, Idaho (daughter of James Wesley Bainbridge and Sarah J. Lewis). She was born September 23, 1877.
Their children:
  1. Arthur Lamont born April 4, 1899;
  2. Levi Wesley born July 17, 1900;
  3. Rodney Joseph born January 15, 1905.
Sources:

Gifford, Samuel Kendall

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Alpheus Gifford, born August 28, 1793, Barnstable, Massachusetts, and Anna Nash, born February 17, 1800, Butternuts, New York). Born November 11, 1821, Milo, Yates county, New York. Came to Utah September 11, 1850, Thomas Johnson company.

Married:Lara Ann Demill October 1, 1848 (daughter of Freeborn Demill and Anna Knight), who was born June 2, 1828, and came to Utah with husband 1850.
Their children:
  1. Alpheus born July 26, 1849, married Sarah E. Hansen September 11, 1873;
  2. Cornelia born May 3, 1851, married William R. Crawford;
  3. Cyrus born March 18, 1853, died;
  4. Oliver Demill born December 10, 1854, married Alice V. Allred September 11, 1873;
  5. Samuel Kendall born April 4, 1857;
  6. Freeborn Demill born January 4, 1860, married Amelia J. Hepworth June 28, 1892;
  7. Lara Ann born March 27, 1862, married Christian Larson May 16, 1877;
  8. Adelia Mariah born July 17, 1867, married John T. Hall February 15, 1888;
  9. Moses Elias born June 18, 1869, married Arannah Millet February 13, 1889.

Family home Springdale, Utah.

Married:Ursula Curtis January 2, 1871. Salt Lake City.

Family resided Sanpete and Springdale, Utah. Settled in Sanpete county 1850; moved to Spring-dale 1874.

Sunday school superintendent at Springdale; president 9th quorum seventies; patriarch in Mormon church. School trustee and justice of peace at Springdale. Died there June 26, 1907.

Sources:

Gifford, Oliver Demill

(son of Samuel Kendall Gifford and Lara Ann Demill). Born December 10, 1854, Manti, Utah.

Married:Alice V. Allred September 11, 1873, Shonesburg, Utah (daughter of John Jones Allred and Mary Y. Bridgeman), who was born April 27, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Olivia;
  2. William Henry born October 8, 1875, married Eleanor Hepworth December 10, 1894;
  3. Sarah Jane born October 27, 1876;
  4. John Jones born October 16, 1877, married Fanny Crawford;
  5. Mary Emily born May 6, 1879, married Harold Russell December 17, 1902;
  6. Lara Ann born March 13, 1881, married Samuel K. Larson December 3, 1901;
  7. Emerett born November 30, 1882, married Charles D. Johnson;
  8. Rosett born February 15, 1884, married David W. Lemmon November 8, 1906;
  9. Adelia born October 24, 1885, married Daniel Q. Dennett May 5, 1902;
  10. Silva born February 9, 1888, married Alexander Dalley.

Family home Springdale, Utah.

Moved to southern Utah with parents 1863, where he helped to build up that country. High priest; second counselor to Bishop William R. Crawford, Springdale ward, 1887, and became bishop of that ward 1894.

Sources:

Giles, Joseph Sinker

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Born April 5, 1830. Came to Utah in 1858 with Johnston’s Army.

Married:Sarah Huntsman (daughter of James Huntsman and Mary Huntsman, of Filmore, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Joseph Rlley, married Polly Frances Harmon;
  2. Mary Maranda, married David Turner;
  3. James Freeman, married Cassa Stringham;
  4. Sarah Jane, married Solomon Sprague;
  5. Emily Ann, married David McKee;
  6. Jesse Huntsman, married Emeline Carline;
  7. Melissa, married Robert Miller;
  8. John Thomas, married Mina Wilson;
  9. Salina, married Mr. Sutherland.

Family home Holden, Utah.

Physician; school teacher. County recorder; juvenile judge; county assessor and collector; surveyor; justice of peace of Millard county; county clerk; county attorney; United States surveyor.

Warning

Esshom lists his middle name as “Sinker” but the current profile on familysearch.org lists his middle name as “Sinkler”.

Sources:

Giles, Joseph Riley

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joseph Sinker Giles and Sarah Huntsman). Born October 8, 1860, at Filmore.

Married:Polly Frances Harmon May 19, 1882, at Holden, Utah (daughter of Appleton Milo Harmon and Elemeda Stringham, both of Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah in 1847). She was born March 4, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Elemeda born August 6, 1883, married Mathew Carson;
  2. Dennis born August 17, 1886, married Winifred Thomas;
  3. Mable born January 13, 1893;
  4. Robert Shirley born February 17, 1898;
  5. Donald born March 14, 1905;
  6. Helen Jeanet born March 22, 1907.

Family resided Holden and Lehi, Utah.

Blacksmith; farmer; wagon maker.

Sources:

Gillespie, William

(son of Peter Gillespie and Margerite Mclntyre of Scotland, pioneers). Born April 13, 1855.

Married:Sarah J. Lees January 16, 1879, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Lees Jr. and Martha Needham, pioneers October, 1855, Milo Andrus company). She was born September 10, 1857, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. William P. born March 6, 1881, married Molvina Ostler;
  2. Martha born March 31, 1883, married James H. Kirk;
  3. Sarah Edyth born August 25, 1886, married Frank H. Manning;
    1. Earnest born April 12, 1888;
  4. Elliott L. born September 23, 1893;
  5. Margerite Lovene born November 11, 1896.

Stone cutter.

Sources:

Gillett, Granville

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Horace Gillett and Sarah C. Moore of Neversink, Sullivan County, New York). Born April 5, 1847, at Neversink. Came to Utah September 21, 1854, Captain Fields company.

Married:Fanny Ridout February 11, 1875, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Ridout and Mary Ann Hart of Southampton, England, pioneers October 27, 1864, William Hyde company). She was born April 17, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Moore born December 2, 1875;
  2. Mary A. born February 9, 1877, married John Hugh Vincent;
  3. Granvill born March 31, 1879, died January 18, 1884;
  4. Fanny J. born June 21, 1886;
  5. Collins Horace born September 25, 1891, married Florence Davis.

Lumberman and builder; landlord.

Sources:

Gillett, Collins Moore

(son of Horace Gillett and Sarah C. Moore of Neversink). Born November 14, 1837, Neversink, New York.

Missionary to England. Pioneer lumberman. Died August 20, 1866, near Lincoln City, Nebraska.

Sources:

Gillies, Ebenezer

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of John Gillies and Christina Gibb of Blair, Logie, Scotland). Born November 18, 1819, at Blair, Logie, Scotland. Came to Utah 1854, William S. Empey company.

Married:Esther Whittaker March 12, 1848.
Their child:
  1. John Gillies, died in infancy.
Married:Ann Gaitus 1853 at Sunderland, England. (daughter of John Gaitus of Newcastle on Tyne). She was born October 22, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Joseph S. Gillies, died;
  2. Mary Ann Gillies, married Richard S. Home;
  3. Ebenezer, married Sarah Smith;
  4. Robert John, married Isabel Black;
  5. Margaret C., married Charles D. White;
  6. Duncan M., married Minnie Gertrude Woolfenden;
  7. Isabella, married Fred P. Kesler;
  8. Sarah J.;
  9. George born, married Hannah Black and Ida Anderson;
    1. Ward.

Family home Beaver City, Utah.

High priest. Carpenter and machinist.

Sources:

Gillies, Duncan M.

(son of Ebenezer Gillies and Ann Gaitus). Born October 12, 1865, at Beaver City, Utah.

Married:Minnie Gertrude Woolfenden November 1, 3899, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham Woolfenden and Sarah Hewitt of Liverpool, England. Came to Utah November 16, 1883). She was born November 23, 1875.
Their child:
  1. Gertrude Shirley born August 17, 1900.

Family home Beaver City, Utah.

Missionary to Virginia 1892-94. High councilman; president YMMIA. City councilman. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Gilmer, John Thornton

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Charles Meriweather Gilmer and Mary Ann Ratliffe). Born February 22, 1841, Quincy, Illinois. Came to Utah 1864, Ben Halliday stage line.

Married:Mary E. Vance September 15, 1866, in Salt Lake City (daughter of John Vance and Elizabeth Campbell of McDonough, Illinois, pioneers October 4, 1847, John Taylor company). She was born November 2, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Charles Meriweather, married Emma Merritt;
  2. Lucile born 1870;
  3. Monroe Salisbury;
  4. Jay T., married Elizabeth Watson;
  5. Thornton Meriweather, married Elaine Hammell;
  6. Lloyd Jack, married Eloise Sadler.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Manager Gilmer & Salisbury Overland Stage company. Government mail contractor; mining operator. Died May 8, 1892.

Sources:

Gilson, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Edward and Lydia Gilson). Born 1811, Leicestershire, England. Came to Utah 1859, Edward Stevenson company.

Married:Charlotte King (daughter of John King and Fanny Watkin of Nottinghamshire, England), who was born 1810.
Their children:
  1. Frances, married Richard Gibbs, married John Stock;
  2. Reuben, married Caroline Liberty;
  3. Edward, married Cynthia R. Drake;
  4. Elizabeth, married Ebenezer Richardson;
  5. Ann, died;
  6. John King, died;
  7. Martha Ann, married William H. Hall November 22, 1869.

Family home Melton, Leicestershire.

Seventy. Died 1877, Lynn ward, Ogden, Utah.

Sources:

Givins, James M.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of John and Martha Givins, former of Ireland, latter of Scotland). Born December 3, 1821. Came to Utah 1863.

Married:Agness Murray (McCartney) 1855 (daughter of Robert Murray and Jane Robinson), who was born 1822, and came to Utah 1864, Ferramorz Little company.
Only child:
  1. Elizabeth M. born February 4, 1867, married Joseph H. Jordan November 22, 1887.

Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Helped bring immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Glazier, Shepherd

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Calvin Glazier and Lydia Pierce of Massachusetts). Born September 9, 1793, Holland, Worcester county, Massachusetts. Came to Utah October, 1851, James Allred company.

Married:Clarissa Withey February 5, 1814, in Massachusetts, who was born December 27, 1796.
Their children:
  1. Caroline B. born August 29, 1815, married Lavoirey Stebbins;
  2. Mary born May 22, 1817, married Chauncy Bacon;
  3. Edwin born May 11, 1819;
  4. Merrick born January 10, 1821;
  5. Luther W. born March 22, 1823, married Martha Stevenson;
  6. Lewis O. born March 8, 1829, married Marinda Knapp;
  7. Joseph.

Family home in New York state.

Married:Rosetta Dean October, 1841, in Hancock County, Illinois. (daughter of Treadway Dean and Sarah Robinson of Vermont), who was born June 4, 1804.
Their children:
  1. Charles Dean born September 26, 1842, married Martha Jane Dusenberry;
  2. Mary R. born December 15, 1843, married Joseph S. Faucett;
  3. Loren S. born December 26, 1845, married Alpharetta Bunnell;
  4. Martha B. born October 8, 1848, married John M. Haws.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest; home missionary; bishop’s counselor. Farmer and stockraiser. Died February 23, 1881.

Sources:

Glazier, Charles Dean

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Shepherd Glazier and Rosetta Dean). Born September 26, 1842, in Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Martha Jane Dusenberry October 4, 1864 (daughter of Mahlon Dusenberry and Aurilla Coray of Provo, Utah, pioneers July, 1860, Captain Williams company), who was born April 16, 1843, Perry, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Charles Albert born July 27, 1865, married Agnes May Smoot;
  2. Belzora born November 28, 1866, died November 19, 1883;
  3. Wilson S. born October 11, 1868, died October 8, 1886;
  4. Jeannette born June 8, 1871, died December 13, 1883;
  5. Lorin Dean born January 4, 1873;
  6. Warren R. born January 2, 1875, died March 28, 1883;
  7. Helen R. born August 18, 1876, married John born Myers;
  8. Royal C. born September 16, 1881, died April 2, 1882;
  9. Mary L. born February 15, 1884, died March 24, 1880.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest; missionary to southern states 1882-83; Sunday school superintendent; member high council Utah stake. Justice of peace; city councilman, Provo. Farmer; stockraiser; merchant.

Sources:

Glazier, Loren Scovill

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Shepherd Glazier and Rosetta Dean). Born December 26, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah October 8, 1851.

Married:Alpharetta Jane Bunnell January 17, 1870. Salt Lake City (daughter of David Edwin Bunnell and Sally Helen Conrad of Michigan, pioneers 1852), who was born November 30, 1848, Pottawattamie, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Amy Jane born December 20, 1870, married John P. Nicholson;
  2. Loren Adelbert born March 11, 1873, married Florence Brereton;
  3. David Shepherd born October 16, 1877, married Maud Daley;
  4. Irvin Dean born November 4, 1887;
  5. Reed Conrad born August 31, 1891;
  6. Lilly Leane (adopted) born July 6, 1890, married Joseph Kendall.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest; missionary to Tennessee 1893. Provo city councilman; chief of fire department at Provo, 1892-93. President Timpanogos and Rock Canyon Water company. Farmer and fruitgrower.

Sources:

Gleason, John Streator

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Ezekiel Gleason and Polly Howard of Worcester, Massachusetts). Born January 13, 1819. Came to Utah July 22, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Desdemona Chase November 8, 1839, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Isaac Chase of Centerville, Utah, pioneer 1847, second company). She was born April 3, 1821.
Their children:
  1. John born 1844, died same year;
  2. Alviras Home born 1848, married Maria Meady Lane;
  3. Ezekiel, died;
  4. Johannah Louisa, married Leonidas Kennard;
  5. Joseph Hyrum born June 19, 1855, died February 26, 1890;
  6. Clara Maria, married Andrew Locey Rogers.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Married:Eliza Ann Malin 1852.
Their children:
  1. Elijah M., married Jane Garfield;
  2. Amasa L., married Jane Walton.
Married:Mary Ann Southerland 1864 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Sutherland born 1805, Ireland, and Mary Ann Timmings, born 1807, London, England, pioneers 1859), who was born April 7, 1834, in London.
Their children:
  1. John S. born June 22, 1865, died June 22, 1865;
  2. Thomas Henry born February 8, 1867, married Amanda Charlotte Jacobson;
  3. Eliza Ellen born April 21, 1869, married William Parley Broomhead;
  4. Lorenzo born March 29, 1871, died August 1872;
  5. Mary Ann born August 6, 1875.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

One of presidents of 40th quorum seventies; high priest; president teachers quorum at Farmington; missionary to England 1860-63, to Eastern states 1869-70 and to Eastern states 1842-44. Major Nauvoo Legion. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Settled at Little Cottonwood; moved into Salt Lake City 1849 where he operated a sawmill for two years; moved to Centerville 1851; to Tooele county where he served as county commissioner in 1852; returned to Farmington in 1853. Lieutenant Colonel Davis county militia. School teacher at Farmington; justice of peace 1864-65; Davis county clerk. Moved to Pleasant Grove 1873. Died December 21, 1904, Pleasant Grove.

Sources:

Gleason, Alvirus Horne

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(son of John Streator Gleason and Desdemona Chase). Born July 5, 1848, on the Elk Horn River, Nebraska.

Married:Maria Meady Lane January 18, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hyrum Mead Lane and Naomi Chase, the latter came to Utah 1853), who was born August 15, 1847, in Wisconsin.
Their children:
  1. Emma Louise born October 4, 1869, married James A. Kers;
  2. Meady born September 19, 1871, married C. B. Kason;
  3. Alvirus Horace born September 7, 1873, married Liza Larsen;
  4. John Chase born August 1, 1875, married Minnie Lewis;
  5. Delia;
  6. Phoebe born September 12, 1878, married David Wood;
  7. Hyrum;
  8. Edward Carter born March 31, 1882, married Mildred Grover;
  9. Naomi born November 9, 1884, married J. B. Grover;
  10. George born August 23, 1886, married Anne Myrtle Jensen;
  11. Desdemona Florence born September 15, 1889;
  12. Lane born March 15, 1893, married Pearl Jensen.

Resided in Salt Lake, Davis and Utah counties and on Elgin Bench, Idaho. Settled at Garland 1871. Black Hawk war veteran.

Sources:

Gleason, John Chase

(son of Alvirus Home Gleason and Maria Meady Lane). Born August 1, 1875, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Minnie Jane Lewis December 15, 1904, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Davis Lewis born September 7, 1858, at Provo, Utah, and Sarah Ann Harding born February 25, 1862, Provo), who was born November 11, 1883. Riverton, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Beulah born January 5, 1906;
  2. Glenn Chase born March 31, 1908;
  3. Elmo Lewis born August 16, 1909.

Missionary to Germany 1899-02; president of YMMIA at Garland ward; member stake board of YMMIA; home missionary.

Sources:

Gleason, Elijah M.

(son of John S. Gleason and Eliza Ann Malin). Born November 10, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary J. Garfield August 23, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry Garfield and Jane Ermiss, both of Kent, England, pioneers 1854), who was born June 21, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Elijah M. born June 19, 1880;
  2. James B. born December 25, 1882, married Clara M. Sharer;
  3. Carrie M. born September 27, 1884, married Werlie Sanders;
  4. Heber L. born June 7, 1886;
  5. Elbert M. born September 12, 1888;
  6. Henry C., died;
  7. Athol G. born December 14, 1895;
  8. John S. born November 28, 1898;
  9. Lowell V. born August 23, 1902;
  10. Irma V. born October 1, 1904.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Teamster and lumberman.

Sources:

Gleason, Thomas Henry

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(son of John Streator Gleason and Mary Ann Sutherland). Born February 8, 1867, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Amanda Charlotte Jacobson December 9, 1903, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Anton Jacobson and Amanda Larson of Skuna, Sweden, pioneers 1866, oxteam company), who was born July 7, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Amanda Marie born January 20, 1905;
  2. Anton Jacobson born September 27, 1906;
  3. Jennie Eliza born May 21, 1909;
  4. Thomas Henry born August 28, 1911, died September 7, 1911;
  5. Lilian born November 29, 1912.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

One of the presidents of the 44th quorum of seventies; missionary to southern states 1896-97; superintendent 2d ward Sunday school at Pleasant Grove; stake aid YMMIA block teacher. Constable. Farmer.

Sources:

Gleave, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of John Cleave, born March 6, 1795, Altringham, England, and Lucy Potts, born June 4, 1798, Stockport, England). Born March 2, 1822, at Stockport. Came to Utah August 20, 1868, Chester Lovelard company.

Married:Jane Brindley May 1, 1843 (daughter of Thomas Brindley and Jane Hanson, who were married September 4, 1820 Stockport, England).
Their children:
  1. Lucy born May 17, 1846;
  2. Hannah born October 23, 1846, married Edward R. Roberts, April, 1869;
  3. Emma born August 26, 1848;
  4. Henry born June 15, 1850;
  5. Walter born May 31, 1852, married Elizabeth Barronson, August 1876;
  6. Herbert born November 31, 1854;
  7. Mary Jane born January 2, 1858, married James Saffler February, 1873;
  8. Samuel born February 11, 1860, married Martha Mecham, October 1893;
  9. Frances born April 6, 1862;
  10. Bertha born March 5, 1866, married John Gardner.
Sources:

Gleave, Herbert

(son of John Cleave and Jane Brindley). Born November 24, 1854.

Sources:

Glenn, Walter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of James Glenn). Born October 6, 1821, Kirkliston, Linlithgoshire. Scotland. Came to Utah October 24, 1854, William Empey company.

Married:Elizabeth Stuart (daughter of James Stuart and Marion McKentire), who was born May 26, 1832. Came to Utah October 24, 1854, William Empey company).
Their children:
  1. James born June 5, 1849, married Ellen Reader;
  2. John born March 11, 1851, died infant;
  3. Marion born May 26, 1852, married John Bankhead;
  4. Jonathan born September 6, 1854, died infant;
  5. Walter S. born March 12, 1856, married Nancy Bankhead;
  6. Elizabeth born March 13, 1858, married Fred T. Bradshaw;
  7. Jenett born June 6, 1860, married Thomas Hendry;
  8. Thomas born October 20, 1862, died infant;
  9. Adam born June 20, 1864, married Martha Bankhead;
  10. Margaret born July 30, 1867, married Samuel John Perkins January 16, 1890;
  11. William born November 30, 1870, married Christina Hendry;
  12. Anabell born October 6, 1873, married Randolph Gee.

Veteran Echo canyon war. Early settler at Wellsville. Rock cutter; farmer. Died September 27, 1909.

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Glines, James Harvey

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

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(son of James Pearsons Glines, born August 31, 1796, and Ruth Brown, born April 17, 1802, both at Franklin, Merrimack county, New Hampshire). Born April 17, 1822, Franklin. Came to Utah July 28, 1847, with a section of the Mormon battalion.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Mayer October 20, 1845. Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of George Mayer and Ann Yost, both of Bucyrus, Crawford County, Ohio pioneers 1848, Heber C. Kimball company), who was born February 4, 1831, and died November 3, 1876, in Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. James Erastus born October 27, 1847, died child;
  2. George Albert born March 17, 1850, married Mary Johannah Lundquist;
  3. Elizabeth Ann born March 13, 1852, married Frank Beers;
  4. Charles Harvey born May 18, 1854, married Melvie Amanda Bassett;
  5. Mary Jane born May 6, 1856, married Edison King;
  6. Annie Mariah born May 11, 1858, married James Hacking;
  7. John Franklin born March 13, 1860, married Mary McKowen;
  8. William Henry born July 24, 1862, married Adaline Workman;
  9. Emma Mayer born April 8, 1865, died;
  10. Sarah Helen born May 23, 1866, married Peter Hansen;
  11. Andrew Lawrence born October 17, 1868, married Mary Thornton;
  12. Alvin Clair born May 6, 1870, died August 3, 1870;
  13. Alice Clara born May 6, 1870, died July 30, 1870;
  14. Moses born August 16, 1871, died August 16, 1871;
  15. Aaron born August 16, 1871, died August 16, 1871;
  16. Warren Carl born February 13, 1873, died August 16, 1890.

President 32d quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to eastern states from August 12, 1899, to October 28, 1899. Sergeant-major under Col. James D. Allen in Mormon battalion. Settled in Cedar Valley 1853, where he served as ward and tithing clerk and president teachers quorum. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. President Cedar Fort Irrigation company 1879; justice of peace 1880; moved to Ashley Valley 1883, where he reorganized the Ashley Central Irrigation Company 1884; president Upper Canal Company; probate judge two terms; bishop of Glines ward 1884; justice of peace 1891. Died August 31, 1906, Vernal, Utah.

Sources:

Glines, Charles Harvey

(son of James Harvey Glines and Elizabeth Ann Mayer). Born May 18, 1854, Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married:Melvie Amanda Bassett December 19, 1875, Cedar Fort (daughter of Charles Henry Bassett and Mary Elizabeth Knight, of Salt Lake City pioneers 1852), who was born July 28, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Charles Herbert born September 14, 1876, married Martha Gallaway;
  2. Roscoe Bassett born June 12, 1878, married Martha Jeanette Dingman;
  3. Reginald Harvey born September 18, 1880, married Martha Yriselda Fraughton;
  4. Leah Melvie born August 22, 1883, married Miles Melvin Scofield;
  5. William Ernest born July 22, 1885, married Ada Lathona McGuire;
  6. Junius Philip born September 30, 1887, died January 2, 1891;
  7. Mary Elizabeth born December 1889, died December 6, 1891;
  8. Diantha Merle born August 26, 1893;
  9. Henry Glines born November 19, 1895, died November 19, 1895;
  10. Lois Knight born October 9, 1897;
  11. Byron Clawson born August 13, 1901.

High priest; president elders quorum ten years; superintendent Mill ward Sunday school eight years; ward teacher 28 years. Settled at Cedar Fort; moved to Tooele City 1876, returned to Cedar Fort 1877; from there went to Vernal in 1910. Justice of peace 1909-10. Farmer and breeder of thoroughbred horses.

Sources:

Glover, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of William Glover and Catherine Amer of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland). Born March 31, 1813, at Kilmarnock. Came to Utah 1849, Samuel Brannan company.

Married:Jane Cowen 1832 at Pottsville, Pennsylvania. (daughter of John Cowen and Jane Mitchell of Pottsville, pioneers 1849 Samuel Brennan company, via California), who was born December 9, 1816, in Lanorkshire. Scotland.
Their children:
  1. William;
  2. Jacob;
  3. John;
  4. David;
  5. Ann;
  6. Jane, married Barnett Rigby;
  7. Catherine, married William Rigby;
  8. Joseph Smith, married Ellen Mariah Rice;
  9. William, married Sarah J. Dapp;
  10. Mary Ann, married Joseph Hancock;
  11. Abraham;
  12. Marian, married Henry Dapp;
  13. Sarah, married Elijah Fuller.
Married:Zelnora Snow 1851, in Salt Lake City. She came to Utah 1849.
Their children:
  1. Asinath born 1862, married Melvin Potter;
  2. Andrew;
  3. Brigham, married Lucy ____;
  4. Prince Alma;
  5. Nora Eliza, married George Smith.
Married:Margaret Loteed 1856, in Salt Lake City. She was born in Scotland and came to Utah 1855.
Their children:
  1. Ellen;
  2. Seth, married Elizabeth Smith;
  3. James, married Catherine Barber;
  4. Margrett Jane, married William Jenkins;
  5. David, married Sarah Barber;
  6. George, married Margret ____.

Member of seventy; missionary to England 1852-55. Farmer. Died August, 1892, at Farmington, Utah.

Sources:

Glover, Joseph Smith

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Passanger on the ship Brooklyn. Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of William Glover and Jane Cowen). Born September 13, 1846, in Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Ellen Mariah Rice December 26, 1869, in Salt Lake City (daughter of William R. Rice and Lucy Witter Gees of Farmington, Utah, pioneers September 13, 1847, Bishop Hunter company), who was born September 13, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Hyrum born April 16, 1869, married Edith Van Orden;
  2. Jane born November 25, ____, married William E. Davis;
  3. Ellen born July 28, 1874, married William Wheeler Thompson;
  4. Catherine, married William V. Hodges;
  5. Delila Adeline born January 20, 1879;
  6. Caroline born May 2, 1881, married Clarence O. Cherry;
  7. Sarah M. born April 25, 1885, married Shem G. Purnelle;
  8. Orvill W. born May, 1890, married Eve Hutchinson;
  9. Lewella Marian born October 10, 1892.
Sources:

Glover, Joseph Hyrum

(son of Joseph Smith Glover and Ellen Mariah Rice). Born April 15, 1869, at Farmington, Utah.

Married:Edith Van Orden February 19, 1891, in Idaho (daughter of Everett Clark Van Orden and Elizabeth Harris of Lewiston, Idaho), who was born December 4, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Edith Lourena born January 11, 1893, married J. E. Martindale;
  2. Alta May born November 12, 1894;
  3. Joseph Everett born September 6, 1896;
  4. Esther Leroy born August 26, 1898;
  5. Leland Smith born August 22, 1900;
  6. Raymond born June 7, 1902;
  7. Hyrum born December 21, 1903;
  8. Arvid F. born February 3, 1905;
  9. Clement born December 11, 1906;
  10. Audessa L. born July 25, 1908;
  11. Eva E. born August 24, 1911.

Family home Marysville, Fremont County, Idaho.

Member 113th quorum seventies; missionary in Fremont stake; ward teacher. Constable and justice of peace, Marysville, Idaho. Farmer.

Sources:

Glover, William F.

(son of William Glover). Born at San Francisco, California. Came to Utah in early days.

Married:Sarah Jane Barnes (daughter of Sarah Barnes).
Their children:
  1. William Henry born April 14, 1870, married Nettie May Rosenbaum;
  2. Alice Asenth, married Harmon Wiser;
  3. Marlon Armeda, married James Hodges;
  4. Andrew;
  5. Ada, married Julius Allen;
  6. Stella, married Ephraim Blair;
  7. Carl, married Luella Pope;
  8. Burt;
  9. Chester, married Elva Wheeler.

Soldier; farmer; stockraiser.

Sources:

Glover, William Henry

(son of William F. Glover and Sarah Jane Barnes). Born April 14, 1870, Brigham City.

Married:Nettle May Rosenbaum at Salt Lake City (daughter of Morris David Rosenbaum and Abigail Snow).
Their children:
  1. William Lamont born February 14, 1897;
  2. Alice Maude born October 16, 1900;
  3. Wynn Eddy born March 9, 1904;
  4. Morris Wayne born August 23, 1909;
  5. Afton born April 24, 1911.

Family home Brigham City.

City councilman 1906-10. Liveryman; farmer and Stockraiser.

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Goaslind, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of John Goaslind, born 1788, Flemon, Kentucky, and Hannah Cornog, born 1789, Kentucky, married 1813). Born January 26, 1818, Augusta, Bracken county, Kentucky. Came to Utah 1854, Texas company.

Married:Matilda White January 24, 1838, who was born 1813.
Their children:
  1. Amanda born 1838, died infant;
  2. Levi born 1840;
  3. John born 1842, married Mary J. Alder 1867;
  4. Edmond born 1844;
  5. Willis born 1846, died;
  6. Jacob born 1848, died;
  7. Joseph born 1850.

Family home Houston, Texas.

Married:Susan Allen July 4, 1858, Provo, Utah (daughter of Andrew Lee Allen and Clarinda Knapp, married 1825, Burton, New York, pioneers 1852, John Higby company). She was born December 31, 1837, Kirtland, Ohio.
Their children:
  1. Lydia Susannah born April 22, 1859, married Ernest A. Purnell January 1, 1877;
  2. Charles David born November 18, 1860, married Clara C. Parkinson March 25, 1885;
  3. Clarinda Hannah born March 21, 1862, married Elias S. Larsen January 4, 1883;
  4. Mary Eugene born January 27, 1865, married Thomas E. Tittansor April 10, 1882;
  5. George Knapp born April 27, 1867, died December 1, 1883;
  6. Francis Zina born January 27, 1870, married William Stockdale February 22, 1888;
  7. James Orin born February 17, 1872, died December 26, 1883;
  8. Julia Sophronia born February 6, 1875, married Heber Hanson September 28, 1898, died February 10, 1910;
  9. Eliza R. born December 7, 1877, died child.

Family resided in Franklin, Idaho, and Coalville, Utah.

Assisted in building a gristmill at Provo, 1858, and at West Weber 1859. In 1860 he built a sawmill at Richmond and in 1862, the first sawmill at Franklin, Idaho. In 1864 he built the first gristmill at Logan and in 1865 the first gristmill at Franklin. Aided in bringing immigrants to Utah 1866-67. Operated the first threshing machine at Franklin, Idaho. School trustee at Franklin 1870-75; organized Coalville school and was its trustee 1876-77. Organized first Sunday school at Coalville 1877. High priest. Died June 6, 1878.

Sources:

Goaslind, Charles D.

(son of John Goaslind and Susan Allen). Born November 18, 1860, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Clara Janat C. Parkinson March 25, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel R. Parkinson and Arabella Ann Chandler, pioneers 1854, Captain Field company). She was born April 18, 1865, died January 20, 1897.
Only child:
  1. Charles Earl born April 28, 1889.
Married:Caroline Matilda C. Parkinson February 23, 1898, Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel R. Parkinson and Arabella Ann Chandler). She was born November 10, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Clara P. born June 25, 1899;
  2. Caroline P. born January 14, 1902;
  3. Ione P. born December 12, 1904;
  4. George David P. born September 9, 1908.

Family resided in Franklin and Preston, Idaho.

School trustee at Franklin, Idaho, 1884; missionary to Great Britain 1885-87; Oneida stake clerk 1889-1907, and stake tithing clerk 1896-1907; Oneida stake high counselor 1900-07; second counselor to President George C. Parkinson 1907-10. State insurance commissioner and ex-officio state examiner of Idaho, two terms.

Sources:

Goates, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of James Goates and Ann Dockery of Wimpole, Cambridgeshire, England). Born May 11, 1817, Wimpole, England. Came to Utah September 3, 1852, A. O. Smoot company.

Married:Susan Larkin at Cambridgeshire, England. (daughter of Thomas Larkin and Ann Raynor of Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England, pioneers September 3, 1852, A. O. Smoot company), who was born August 1, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann, died child;
  2. Sarah, married Bishop C. Earl;
  3. Martha, married John William Wing;
  4. Joseph W, married Malissa Losee;
  5. James Thomas, married Mary Losee;
  6. John, died child;
  7. William, married Elizabeth Annie Munns;
  8. George Hyrum, married Louisa Munns.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Rebecca Pilgrim 1868, Lehi, Utah (daughter of Samuel Pilgrim and Elizabeth Cootes of Cambridgeshire, England). She was born January 1, 1826, Cambridge, England. Came to Utah, 1856, Captain Willie handcart company; died April 18, 1909.

Family resided at Lehi.

President elders quorum of Utah county; first counselor to Bishop David Evans of Lehi ward; president high priests quorum Utah stake. Gardener and farmer. Died October 23, 1896, Lehi, Utah.

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Goates, William

(son of William Goates and Susan Larkin). Born January 1, 1861, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Annie Munns May 1, 1884, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Munns and Elizabeth Collis of Orwell, Cambridgeshire, England), who came to Utah November 7, 1877). She was born July 7, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Agnes Viola born March 22, 1886, married Horace Denton Woffinden;
  2. Adela born April 17, 1887, married Robert S. Fox;
  3. Leo Walman born August 20, 1889;
  4. William Rayner born November 1, 1891;
  5. Elsie born June 3, 1894, died infant;
  6. Essie Lerene born September 6, 1896.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Elder. Member Lehi Silver band 1887-96. Carpenter and farmer. Died April 16, 1896, Lehi, Utah.

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Goates, Leo Walman

(son of William Goates and Elizabeth Annie Munns). Born August 20, 1889, Lehi, Utah.

Elder; missionary to Germany 1908-10; president Austrian conference in 1910; member Sunday school superintendency of Lehi, 1910. Member Lehi Silver band. Sugar boiler at Lehi and Austin, Utah.

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Godbe, William Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851. William Godbe is remembered for leading a faction of the LDS Church called the Church of Zion, better known as the “Godbeites”. The “Godbeite Church”, the Church of Zion, was organized in 1870, and was aimed toward embracing all belief systems. Known for mysticism, the church died out by the 1880s.

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(son of John Godbe and Sarah LaRevere of London, England). Born June 26, 1833, London, England. Came to Utah 1851, independent company.

Married:Mary Hampton (daughter of Benjamin Hampton and Patience Skull of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pioneers 1856). She was born August 12, 1838, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Their children:
  1. Millicent, married Charles Peter Brooks;
  2. Anthony Hampton, married Ruby Clawson;
  3. Miriam, married Charles Peter Brooks;
  4. Ernest Lacy, married Sally Wertheimer;
  5. Murray Charles, married Alta Young;
  6. Elva Bertoch, married Patrick Sheahan.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Warning

Wikipedia shows William Godbe’s father as “Samuel Godbe” while Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah shows his father as “John Godbe”. Wikipeda shows his mother’s maiden name of “LaRivier” while Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah shows “LaRevere”.

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Godbe, Anthony Hampton

(son of William Samuel Godbe and Mary Hampton). Born November 22, 1862, Salt Lake City.

Married:Ruby Clawson September 16, 1898, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Hiram B. Clawson and Ellen Curtis Spencer of Salt Lake City). She was born March 15, 1876.
Their children:
  1. Virginia born December 13, 1899;
  2. Margaret born June 18, 1901;
  3. Hampton born May 21, 1906.

One of organizers and developers of Ohio-Kentucky Mine and the Prince Consolidated M. & S. Company. Assayer; chemist; superintendent of mines; mine mill builder.

Family home Salt Lake City.
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Godbe, Ernest Lacy

(son of William Samuel Godbe and Mary Hampton). Born September 13, 1867, Salt Lake City.

Married:Sallie Wertheimer January 21, 1888, Salt Lake City (daughter of Leopold and Henrietta Wertheimer of San Francisco; latter came to California 1849). She was born October 23, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Viola, married E. E. Work;
  2. Millie;
  3. Bertha;
  4. Marian;
  5. Benjamin, died;
  6. Biillie;
  7. Lillian;
  8. Jack;
  9. Ernest.

One of the promoters of the Prince Consolidated Mining Company and the Ohio-Kentucky Mining Company. Mining man; metallurgist.

Family resides Salt Lake City.

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Godbe, Murray Charles

(son of William Samuel Godbe and Mary Hampton). Born September 20, 1870, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Alta Young March 17, 1892 (daughter of Heber Young and Vilate Clayton of Salt Lake City). She was born September 7, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Ruth born January 14, 1893;
  2. Mary born September 28, 1895;
  3. Helen born July 12, 1898;
  4. Murray born June 23, 1901.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Electrical engineer; mine operator.

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Goddard, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Cornelius Goddard born December 28, 1783, at Leicester, England, and Mary Grace born January 27, 1780, at Leicester). Born December 6, 1815, at Leicester. Came to Utah September 18, 1852, Captain Tidwell company.

Married:Elizabeth Harrison September 10, 1839 (daughter of John Harrison and Elizabeth Pipes. Came to Utah with son in law), who was born March 17, 1817.
Their children:
  1. George born September 28, 1840;
  2. Eliza born October 20, 1841;
  3. Joseph born April 6, 1843;
  4. Mary born November 22, 1844;
  5. Annie born April 2, 1846;
  6. Betsey born March 14, 1847;
  7. Henry born January 10, 1849;
  8. Cornelius born June 7, 1850;
  9. Edward born November 1851;
  10. John born July 23, 1853;
  11. Almah born April 22, 1855;
  12. Hyrum H. born January 3, 1857;
  13. Brigham H. born September 28, 1859.

Missionary to Canada; superintendent 13th ward Sunday School, 1867-1876; stake superintendent of Salt Lake stake Sunday school 1877-1882; assistant general superintendent of Sunday schools 1872-1898; clerk to presiding bishop 1856-1883; of general conference 1874-1884 and of school of prophets; ward teacher; member of Tabernacle choir, and Old Folks committee.

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Goddard, Hyrum Harrison

(son of George Goddard and Elizabeth Harrison). Born January 3, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married:Martha Williams April 11, 1898, at Salt Lake City (daughter of David Williams and Sarah Lockwood), who was born in March, 1857, in Wales.
Their children:
  1. George W. born September 22, 1879, married Bertha Lessinger;
  2. Hyrum W. born February 18, 1882, died January 10, 1891;
  3. Frederick W. born October 14, 1884, died January 6, 1891;
  4. Albert W. born September 28, 1896, married Melvina Omet October 24, 1910;
  5. Clara W. born October 26, 1889, married Alonzo A. Browning, October 26, 1910;
  6. Irma W. born November 10, 1893;
  7. David W. born April 11, 1896.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth M. Stanford March 11, 1886, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Jos Stanford and Elizabeth Young), who was born October 31, 1863, at Logan.
Their children:
  1. Ivy S. born January 29, 1888, married Samuel F. Whittaker September 25, 1907;
  2. Elizabeth S. born July 1, 1893;
  3. Raymond S. born May 26, 1895;
  4. Laura S. born February 24, 1897;
  5. Myrtle S. born May 14, 1899;
  6. Joseph S. born February 14, 1901;
  7. Hyrum S. born January 27, 1903;
  8. Ruth S. born December 18, 1908.

Secretary first YMMIA; member seventies. Sewing machine business 1880-1889; railroad contractor.

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Goddard, George W.

(son of Hyrum H. Goddard and Martha Williams). Born September 22, 1879.

Married:Bertha Lessinger (daughter of Mark Lessinger).
Only child:
  1. George W.
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Goddard, Brigham Harrison

(son of George Goddard and Elizabeth Harrison).

Married:Helena Lucretia Kelly September 28, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John B. Kelly and Helena Quirk, both of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1853). She was born May 7, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Brigham Kelly born July 4, 1881, died April 15, 1891;
  2. Leo Kelly born March 29, 1883, died April 6, 1891;
  3. Edna Kelly born September 28, 1885;
  4. Francis Kelly born June 12, 1888;
  5. Azalia Kelly born May 2, 1890;
  6. Ella Kelly born August 24, 1893;
  7. Helen born January 24, 1896;
  8. John born October 30, 1897, died November 13, 1897;
  9. George born October 30, 1897;
  10. Lucretia born April 5, 1901.

Family home Ogden and Salt Lake City.

Member Weber stake Sunday school board; superintendent 3d ward Sunday school, Ogden; high priest; 2nd counselor to Bishop D. H. Ensign of Ogden 1st ward 1907-09; superintendent Weber stake Sunday schools. Deputy assessor of Cache county 1879; member board of education which started the first free school system at Ogden 1888. In 1882 formed co partnership with Heber J. Grant in the insurance business; one of the original incorporators of Heber J. Grant & Company.

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Goddard, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Enoch Goddard and Charlotte Mayfield of Nottingham, England). Born February 16, 1821, Nottingham. Came to Utah October, 1855, Captain Harper company.

Married:Hannah Astill December 11, 1847, Nottingham, England. (daughter of Joseph Astill and Harriet Wild of Nottingham). She was born June 20, 1823.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born January 28, 1853, died;
  2. Hannah Charlotte born December 11, 1856, married Thomas Leonard;
  3. Henry J. W. born November 20, 1858, married Betsy A. Kay;
  4. Enoch Samuel born June 27, 1861, married Annie Cox.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. Farmer. Died April 9, 1901, Provo.

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Goddard, Henry J. W.

(son of Henry Goddard and Hannah Astill). Born November 20, 1858, Provo, Utah.

Married:Betsy Ann Kay December 17, 1886, Payson, Utah (daughter of John Kay and Esther Howorth of Darwin, Lancashire, England came to Utah July 16, 1890). She was born February 14, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Ernest Henry born September 18, 1887;
  2. Ester Janette born July 15, 1889;
  3. John William born November 12, 1891;
  4. Elvin Kay born March 9, 1898;
  5. Hugh Kay born March 12, 1901;
  6. Estella Jane born October 14, 1904.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. Commissioner Provo City. Farmer.

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Godfrey, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Godfrey and Margaret Bauer). Born March 1, 1800, Bristol, Somersetshire, England. Came to Utah October, 1852, David Wood company.

Married:Eliza Rheeves 1840, New Jersey. There were five children. Two, a son and a daughter, died at Winter quarters, and were the first to be laid away in the graveyard at that place. She died January 7, 1857.
Married:Mary Rheeves Coleman, who was the widow of George Coleman, who died while in California with the Mormon battalion, and mother of Moroni Coleman.
Married:Sarah Ann Price.

Followed the sea for 19 years, and served English army in Canada. Worked for Joseph Smith, at Nauvoo. Settled at North Ogden, Utah, 1852. Member 38th quorum seventies; counselor to Bishop Thomas Dunn. Died December 16, 1880.

Warning

Eshhom lists a birthdate of “March 1, 1800” but his current profile on familysearch lists a birtdate of “March 1, 1806”.

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Godfrey, Richard

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Thomas Godfrey, born January 30, 1798, and Elizabeth Ainge, born March 18, 1798, both of Worcestershire, Hanbury, England). He was born March 11, 1835, Worcestershire, England. Came to Utah November 9, 1856, James G. Willie company.

Married:Jane Jelley 1868 (daughter of William Jelley and Comfort Allibone, married at Irchester, England; the former died May 16, 1854, in Kansas, the latter came to Utah September 30, 1854, Darwin Richardson company). She was born October 8, 1841.
Their children:
  1. William R. born September 21, 1864, married Sophia Peterson 1883;
  2. Thomas H. born May 23, 1866, married Roselinda Loosle;
  3. John Edward born June 21, 1868, married Rosa Grover;
  4. Joseph A. born April 8, 1873, married Julia M. Myler November 2, 1891;
  5. George A. born January 14, 1882, died February 22, 1882;
  6. Franklin M. born March 16, 1883, died March 11, 1884;
  7. Comfort E. born January 13, 1861, married William S. Flinders;
  8. Maria J. born September 17, 1862, married M. W. Nish;
  9. Mary E. born March 30, 1871, died March 16, 1876;
  10. Sarah E. born August 24, 1876;
  11. Agnes M. born December 22, 1878, married Joseph M. Larson June 28, 1899.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Riverdale and Clarkston, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann George February, 1865, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Spencer George and Ann Allibone), who was born September 17, 1837, Irchester, England.
Their children:
  1. Spencer G. born June 13, 1868, married Christena Hansen 1901;
  2. Annie E. born March 30, 1869, died October 23, 1873.

Worked on construction of Salt Lake temple and tabernacle. Served in Lott Smith company during Echo Canyon campaign. Pioneer of Clarkston, Cache county, and clerk of Clarkston ward.

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Godfrey, William R.

(son of Richard Godfrey and Jane Jelley). Born September 21, 1864, Salt Lake City.

Married:Sophia Peterson January 1883, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans and Margaret Peterson, who died in Denmark). She was born January 2, 1865.
Their only child:
  1. Martha L. born October 26, 1883, died February 24, 1884.

Family home Clarkston, Utah.

Married:Sarah Amelia Avery (daughter of John Avery and Josephine Roberts, who were married May 26, 1866, Kanosh, Utah, the former pioneer 1849, Captain Allred company). She was born April 13, 1871 at Kanosh.
Their children:
  1. Eva Amelia born January 1, 1890, died January 1, 1890;
  2. Elva Adelia born February 11, 1891, married Harford Baxter March 4, 1907;
  3. Clara Josephine born March 27, 1893, married Bert Potter August 17, 1910;
  4. Clarence William born June 10, 1895;
  5. John Virl born July 3, 1897;
  6. Cora Jane born November 13, 1899;
  7. Enid Dorthella born April 10, 1902;
  8. Elma Ethlyn born October 29, 1906.

Family home Dempsey, Idaho.

Married:Drusilla Bell March 8, 1910. Dempsey, Idaho (daughter of William Bell and Esther Jane Booth, who were married December 17, 1857, at Salt Lake City, the former pioneer 1850, Captain Sharp company, the latter 1851, Captain Davis company). She was born November 7, 1873, Franklin, Idaho.
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Goff, Isaac

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Abraham Goff, born 1768, and Alice Lester, both of Longwhatton, Leicestershire, England). Born July 1, 1812, in Longwhatton. Came to Utah 1863, Rosel Hyde company.

Married:Mary Naylor 1833 (daughter of Samuel Naylor and Ann Smith both died in England). She was born December 9, 1815, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. William born October 16, 1833, married Emma North;
  2. Thomas born August 12, 1836, married Harriet Smith;
  3. Tamer born July 25, 1838;
  4. Emma born September 6, 1840, married Levi Naylor October 6, 1862;
  5. Sarah born April 17, 1842, married John C. Stevenson October, 1862;
  6. Isaac Jr. born May 21, 1844, married Ann Sisam March 9, 1867;
  7. Henry;
  8. Alice;
  9. Hyrum born July 29, 1849, married Maria T. Arnold January 2, 1871;
  10. Jedediah born July 8, 1857, married Semira M. Grange March 2, 1880.
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Goff, Isaac, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Isaac Goff and Mary Naylor). Born May 21, 1844, Longwhatton, Leicestershire, England. Came to Utah 1862, William S. Godbey company.

Married:Ann Sisam March 9, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Sisam and Catherine Payne, pioneers August, 1868, James Haight company). She was born October 11, 1847 in Worcestershire, England.
Their children:
  1. Rebecca born December 4, 1867, married Alberto Bateman 1888;
    1. Frank born December 30, 1869, married Almina Bateman February 22, 1893;
  2. Joseph H. W. born November 25, 1872, married Naomi Lawrence April 9, 1897;
  3. Mary Ann born February 6, 1878, died March 13, 1891.

Family home East Jordan, Utah.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1866. Died July 24, 1908.

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Goff, I. Frank

(son of Isaac Goff. Jr., and Ann Sisam). Born December 30, 1869, at West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Almina Bateman February 22, 1893, Salt Lake City (daughter of William L. Bateman and Sophronia Watkins, who were married December 26, 1870, Salt Lake City; former came to Utah 1860, Farrymore and Little freight train, latter September, 1862, William Craighead company). She was born April 1, 1873, West Jordan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Frank Deverne born September 11, 1897;
  2. Merle born September 25, 1899;
  3. Glen Doral born February 27, 1902;
  4. Wesley Darwin born September 16, 1904;
  5. Zelda born August 26, 1906;
  6. Stanley Delmont born April 23, 1909;
  7. Verlie born February 7, 1911.

Family home Sandy, Utah.

President first quorum deacons at West Jordan; secretary of YMMIA, 1887-90; missionary to Society Islands 1893-96. Justice of peace of seventh precinct, Salt Lake county, 1910. Farmer and stockraiser.

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Goff, Hyrum

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862. Mayor of Midvale, Utah.

(son of Isaac Goff and Mary Naylor). Born July 29, 1849, Longwhatton, Leicestershire, England. Came to Utah September 24, 1862, Homer Duncan company.

Married:Maria T. Arnold January 2, 1871 (daughter of Josiah Arnold and Clarissa L. Jones married July, 1854, Salt Lake City, pioneers 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born May 1, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Cora M. born November 27, 1871;
  2. Hyrum H. born July 29, 1873;
  3. Hyrum L. born July 23, 1875;
  4. Clifford I. born July 27, 1877, married Sabina J. Larson September 2, 1903;
  5. George A. born November 28, 1879, married Josephine Morris May 24, 1905;
  6. Ellen A. born March 2, 1882, married Nels H. Hallstrom August 12, 1903;
  7. Harold born June 13, 1884, married Lulu Ormsby August 16, 1911;
  8. Alma A. born August 4, 1886;
  9. Irene L. born December 25, 1888;
  10. Melissa L. born October 26, 1890;
  11. Clarissa L. born February 23, 1893;
  12. Alicia M. born June 12, 1895.

Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Marinda P. Bateman October 24, 1878, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Bateman and Marinda Allen, married November 27, 1854; former came to Utah 1850, with merchandise train, latter 1853, Daniel Miller company). She was born September 29, 1861, West Jordan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Clara M. born April 12, 1880, married Walter R. Wilson August 28, 1891;
  2. Samuel H. born October 12, 1882, married Irene Maginness June 17, 1903;
  3. Edna Ray born January 14, 1884, married Schuyler Call October 12, 1904;
  4. Edith May born January 14, 1884, married David Bennion June 19, 1907;
  5. Dora A. born December 8, 1885, married Joseph S. Bennion March 26, 1908;
  6. Edgar A. born February 5, 1888;
  7. Mary born March 13, 1892, married James Nielsen March 13, 1913;
  8. Wilford J. born February 8, 1896;
  9. Harvey L. born December 18, 1901.

Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Member of presidency of 33d quorum seventies 1887-91; first counselor to bishop of West Jordan ward 1891-96; bishop of East Jordan ward 1895-1900; first counselor to President O. P. Miller of Jordan stake 1900-01; president Jordan stake 1901. First mayor of Midvale, 1909. Merchant.

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Goff, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Abraham Goff and Alice Lester of Long Whatton, Leicestershire, England). Came to Utah 1863, Rosel Hyde company.

Married:Harriett ____.
Their children:
  1. Heber, married Ellen Ellwood;
  2. Mary, married Hyrum Lancaster;
  3. Ruth, married John Lloyd;
  4. Naomi, married William Hardcastle;
  5. Joseph, married Phoebe Ann Hardcastle;
  6. Tamer, married Barnard Anderson;
  7. Harriett, married Benjamin Ainsworth;
  8. Jane, married Walter Dumas;
  9. Isaac;
  10. two others who died infants.
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Goff, Heber

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

son of Thomas and Harriett Goff). Born 1854. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Ellen Ellwood 1874, Endowment House, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Ellwood), who was born November 22, ____.
Their children:
  1. Heber Robert born December 12, 1875, married Mary Josephine Neilsen;
  2. Elizabeth Ellen born 1877, married George Downing;
  3. Joseph Hyrum, married Selma Erickson;
  4. Dora Ann, married George Hansen;
  5. William Henry;
  6. George Ellwood;
  7. Edith Ann, married William Olesen;
  8. Alma, died child.

Seventy; assistant superintendent Sunday school, Sandy ward. Sandy, Utah. Located in Sandy, where he engaged in farming.

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Goff, Heber Robert

(son of Heber Goff and Ellen Ellwood). Born December 12, 1875, Sandy, Utah.

Married:Mary Josephine Neilsen January 14, 1903, Salt Lake temple (daughter of Jens Christian Neilsen and Ann Maria Christensen of Duchesne (Theodore), Wasatch County, Utah, came to Utah about 1883). She was born August 30, 1885.
Their children:
  1. Heber Lawrence born June 12, 1904;
  2. Arvil Robert born June 24, 1908;
  3. Laverne Marie born January 23, 1911.

Elder. Moved to Theodore, Wasatch County, Utah, from Sandy, August, 1907, as a pioneer, and located a homestead there. Has assisted in building about 200 miles of water ditches and has built wagon roads, bridges, homes and many public improvements. Farmer.

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Golder, Eber

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Mormon Pioneer of 1867.

Came to Utah 1867, Captain Babbit company.

Married:Viola Shippee.
Their children:
  1. Richard James, married Mary Lee;
  2. Zaben Henry, married Cora Grube;
  3. Lorena Arminda, married Charles Pickle;
  4. Albert Ishmael, married Rachel Hill;
  5. Lois May, married George Bertsch.
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Golder, Albert Ishmael

(son of Eber Golder and Viola Shippee). Born June 15, 1870, in Iowa.

Married:Rachel Hill September 26, 1892, at Salem, Idaho (daughter of William Hill and Mary A. Williamson of England). She was born September 22, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Lauretta born July 2, 1893, married Parley Evans;
  2. Elva born February 17, 1897;
  3. Albert born March 6, 1899;
  4. William born November 6, 1901;
  5. Ralph born September 3, 1903;
  6. Dora born December 14, 1905;
  7. Gladys born March 7, 1910.

Family home Rexburg, Idaho.

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Golightly, Richard

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Born in Northumberland, England.

Married:Elizabeth Jessop (daughter of Edward Jessop and Frances Milward of Salt Lake City, Eighth ward).
Their child:
    1. J., married Millicent Williams.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Baker.

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Golightly, J. J.

(son of Richard Golightly and Elizabeth Jessop).

Married:Millicent Williams.
Their children:
  1. Joseph W. born 1879, married Mabel Chatterton;
  2. Florence;
  3. Osburn.
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Golightly, Joseph W.

(son of J. J. Golightly and Millicent Williams). Born 1879, Preston, Idaho.

Married:Mabel Chatterton February 18, 1902, Logan, Utah (daughter of Wilford Chatterton and Nellie E. Card, of Preston). She was born 1882.
Their children:
  1. Joseph E. born 1903;
  2. Virginia born 1906;
  3. Card born 1908;
  4. LaRue born 1911.

Family home Preston, Idaho.

Elder; missionary to southern states 1905-06; president Florida Conference one year; councilor in Sunday school stake board two years. Manager Studebaker Bros. Company.

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Goodale, I. N.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born February 6, 1815, Berkshire, Tioga county, New York. Came to Utah September, 1847.

Married:Maria L. Bingham January 1849, Salt Lake City.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Was the oldest member of the high council of Weber stake; bishop’s counselor. Settled in Iron county. Missionary to Canada 1841. Superintended construction of road through Ogden canyon to Bear Lake also Ogden Bench canal. City councilman of Ogden 15 years; school trustee 20 years.

Warning

Esshom lists no children for Isaac Newton Goodale and Maria Bingham currently lists 13 children.

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Goodhue, Justin A.

Born 1841 in Ohio. Came to Utah 1885. Resided in Salt Lake City, where he died July 23, 1908.

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Goodrich, Benjamin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Joseph Oliver Goodrich and Elizabeth Hastings of Lunenburg Massachusetts). Born October 3, 1794, at Lunenburg. Came to Utah October 14, 1850, Wilford Woodruff company.

Married:Penelope Randall Gardner April 1, 1823, in Massachusetts (daughter of Abel Gardner, born February 12, 1763, at Hingham, and Lousanna Bryant born August, 1767, Plymouth, Massachusetts). She was born December 27, 1793, at Hopkinton, Massachusetts.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane, married William Flint;
  2. Sophia Lois, married Leonard Hardy;
  3. Harriett Ann, married Leonard Hardy;
  4. Lenard Burridge, died;
  5. Sarah Louisa, married Joseph Hovey;
  6. Lousanna Emeline, married Joseph Hovey;
  7. Estes Smylmda, married Leonard Hardy;
  8. George Albert, married Eliza Taggart, married Harriett Taggart, married Rhoda Slade.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Farmer. Died December 1, 1859.

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Goodrich, George Albert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860. Helped paleontologist find dinosaur bones in Jensen, Utah.

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(son of Benjamin Franklin Goodrich and Penelope Randall Gardner). Born March 3, 1839, Lunenburg, Massachusetts. Came to Utah 1860.

Married:Eliza Ann Taggart in 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of George W. Taggart and Harriet Atkins Bruce of Nauvoo, Illinois.), who was born January 28, 1844.
Their children:
  1. George Leonard, married Marion Remington;
  2. Eliza C., married John E. Carlyle;
  3. Mary Augusta, married William H. Goegan;
  4. Louis Henry, married Josephine Merrill;
  5. Harriett Penelope, married Adelbert Collett;
  6. Charles and Esther, died;
  7. Rhoda, married Marion Roberts;
  8. Abbie Viola, married Burt Henry;
  9. Leslie Bruce, married Elvina Hancock;
  10. Byron, married Violet Starkey.
Married:Harriet Taggart May 6, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Washington Taggart and Fannie Parks of Morgan county, Utah, pioneers October 1852). She was born September 2, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin Franklin, and Fannie Sophia, died;
  2. Albert Gardner, married Lydia Merrill;
  3. Rachael Maria, married George A. Slaugh;
  4. William Burrage, Julia Louisa, Hyrum Parks, and Wallace, all died;
  5. Parley Herbert, married Viva Hunting;
  6. Vilate, married Julius Jensen;
  7. Leona, married Elmer Man waring;
  8. Lucy.
Married:Rhoda Slade at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Marion, died;
  2. Leroy, married Sarah Bingham;
  3. Amelia Eliza, married John Cook;
  4. Gardner L.;
  5. Alfred;
  6. John;
  7. Arthur;
  8. Edith;
  9. Ruth.

Families resided Vernal, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to Tennessee 1894-96. Sheriff of Morgan county. Farmer and miller. Died February 19, 1911.

Sources:

Goodrich, George Leonard

(son of George Albert Goodrich and Eliza Ann Taggart). Born October 30, 1863, Salt Lake City.

Married:Marlon Vilate Remington October 28, 1886. Logan, Utah (daughter of Jerome N. Remington and Lydia Ripley Badger of Salt Lake City and Paradise, Utah). She was born April 8, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Laura Violet born August 28, 1887;
  2. George Remington born August 1, 1889;
  3. Charlie Remington born December 31, 1891;
  4. Jerome born June 5, 1893;
  5. Birchell born October 21, 1894;
  6. Helen born February 6, 1897;
  7. Joseph Afton born August 23, 1901;
  8. Esther born May 6, 1903.

Family home Naples ward, Uintah, Utah.

High Priest; counselor to superintendent of Sunday schools at Richville ward, and to William H. Gagon, superintendent YMMIA; counselor in deacons quorum, and to Bishop Thomas J. Caldwell of Naples ward; ward teacher. Road supervisor eight years; constable ten years. President Ashley Central Irrigation company; proprietor George L. Goodrich Mercantile business. As a settler in Ashley Valley since 1885, he has assisted in building up the country.

Sources:

Goodrich, Albert Gardner

(son of George Albert Goodrich and Harriet Maria Taggart). Born May 1, 1871, Mt. Carmel, Kane County, Utah.

Married:Lydia Merrell October 14, 1892, Logan, Utah (daughter of Porter William Merrill and Harriet Amelia Badger Remington of Naples ward, Uintah, Utah, pioneers 1860), who was born February 20, 1876.
Their children:
  1. Fannie born September 7, 1893, died;
  2. Elma born March 12, 1896, married Jacob Norman Lybbert;
  3. Albert born October 1, 1897;
  4. Karl Iver born May 11, 1901;
  5. Pearl born February 7, 1903, died;
  6. Ruth born August 6, 1905;
  7. Frank born April 14, 1909;
  8. Merrell born August 24, 1911.

Family home Uintah, Utah.

Bishop of Naples ward 1910; high counselor 1904; assistant Sunday school superintendent; ward teacher; ward chorister 1900-09; counselor to Bishop James M. Shaffer of Naples ward 1906-10; secretary YMMIA; member 97th quorum seventies; missionary to Michigan 1898-1900. School trustee twelve years; county register agent eight years. Secretary Central Irrigation Canal company. Carpenter; farmer; miller.

Sources:

Goodridge, James Willis

Born May 1, 1843, Haverhill, Massachusetts. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Eliza Frances Deuel 1871, Kanarraville, Utah (daughter of William Henry Deuel and Mary Avery Whiting, of Centerville, Utah), who was born June 23, 1854.
Their children:
  1. William Willis born January 16, 1872, married Josephine Johnson;
  2. George Milton born 1875, married Ada Bateman;
  3. Mary Avery born May, 1877, married Charles Wilkins;
  4. Eliza Mabel born 1878, married George Smith;
  5. Amelia Emeline born 1880, married William Anderson;
  6. Lewis Barnard born February 13, 1883;
  7. Byron Deuel born April 14, 1885;
  8. Minerva, married Nick Docas;
  9. Hazel, married Parley Glover;
  10. Geneva, married Theodore Johnson;
  11. Josephine;
  12. Jessie.

Family home Midvale, Utah.

Member elders quorum; assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah; drove oxteam across plains with machinery for first woolen mills in Utah. Smelter man.

Sources:

Goodridge, William Willis

(son of James Willis Goodridge and Eliza Frances Deuel). Born January 16, 1872, Kanarraville, Utah.

Married:Josephine Johnson October 31, 1894, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Johnson and Inger Sward, of Provo, Utah, pioneers 1864, John Smith company). She was born May 22, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Effie Josephine born August 4, 1895, died;
  2. Zettella born September 27, 1896;
  3. Mourine born November 2, 1899;
  4. Barbara born July 13, 1901;
  5. Willma born February 29, 1904;
  6. Lynn Willis born November 13, 1906;
  7. Helen born August 16, 1911.

Family home Lake View, Utah.

Member 70th quorum seventies; superintendent Lake View Sunday school ten years. Justice of peace of Lake View six years. Agricultural superintendent for Utah Sugar Beet company.

Sources:

Goodwin, Isaac R.

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Passanger on the ship Brooklyn. Mayor of Lehi, Utah.

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(son of Isaac M. Goodwin and Rhoda Richards). Born June 18, 1810, North Hartford, Connecticut. Came to Utah 1868.

Married:Laura Hotchkiss (daughter of Benjamin Hotchkiss and Elizabeth Tyrell), who was born April 3, 1813, and died in 1846.
Their children:
  1. Isaac H.;
  2. Lewis;
  3. Emerette E.;
  4. Edwin A.;
  5. Nancy Eleanor;
  6. Lucinda L.;
  7. Albert S.
Married:Mary Cox, who was born August 3, 1827, Sussex, England.

Settled at Lehi and served as mayor. High priest. Said to be the first to introduce lucern into southern Utah. Farmer; carpenter; gardener. Also lived 12 years at San Bernardino, California.

Sources:

Goodwin, Isaac H.

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Passanger on the ship Brooklyn.

(son of Isaac R. Goodwin and Laura Hotchkiss). Born August 26, 1834, Hartford, Connecticut. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Betsey Smith December 1, 1859, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alexander Nichol Smith and May McEwan, the latter and her daughter pioneers November 9, 1866, James G. Willie handcart company). She was born March 7, 1843, Dundee, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Isaac Smith;
  2. Laura May Albert S.;
  3. Mary Jane;
  4. Alexander S.;
  5. Lewis Henry;
  6. Edwin A. James E.;
  7. John McEwan.

Family resided Lehi, Smithfield’ Escalante, Thurber and Beaver, Utah.

Elder. Merchant and farmer.

Sources:

Goodwin, Isaac Smith

(son of Isaac H. Goodwin and Betsey Smith). Born February 8, 1861, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Adams March 20, 1885 St. George, Utah (daughter of David Cook Adams and Mary Eleanor Armstrong), who was born July 14, 1868, Adamsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Isaac A.;
  2. Lewis Adams;
  3. Laura E. Betsey May;
  4. William J.;
  5. Lucinda;
  6. Martin Cook;
  7. Vernon McEwan;
  8. Vera Leona.

Family resided Teasdale, Frisco, and Beaver’ Utah.

Farmer; carpenter. Elder.

Sources:

Gordon, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Foster and Sarah Gordon of Newcastle-on-Tyne, England). Born at Newcastle, England. Came to Utah September 10, 1861, oxteam company.

Married:Hannah Hudson March 21, 1848, who was born August 1, 1828, and came to Utah September 10, 1861, with husband
Their children:
  1. Fannie, married William Mills;
  2. Foster, married Mary Parks;
  3. Robert, married Agnes Davis;
  4. John, married Mary Bolton;
  5. Samuel, married Jane;
  6. George;
  7. Minnie, married Plum Haslet.

Family resided St. John and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. Stone mason. Last heard from at Blackfoot, Idaho.

Sources:

Gordon, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of John Gordon and Hannah Hudson). Born March 14, 1851, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Came to Utah 1863.

Married:Agnes Davis June 3, 1870, Panaca, Nevada (daughter of James and Catherine Davis of Panaca, Nevada). She was born June 3, 1851.
Their children:
  1. William born May 3, 1871, died infant;
  2. Robert James born June 5, 1872, married Gertrude Estelle Sherman;
  3. Agnes Katherine born December 26, 1875, married O. L. Sherman;
  4. Joseph Henry born February 28, 1878, married Augusta Johnson;
  5. Samuel Raymond born July 3, 1880, married Katy Johnson;
  6. Hannah Frances, married G. A. Johnson;
  7. George Edward, married Elizabeth Burgess;
  8. Rose Ellen born 1886, died aged 22;
  9. Katy Hudson, married A. V. Leonard;
  10. Emily Jane, married Lawrence Leonard;
  11. Ruty;
  12. Clarence.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Elder; Sunday school superintendent. School trustee. Town marshal 1906-08. Farmer and stockraiser.

Esshom shows a birtdate of “March 14, 1851” but the Overland Travel database shows a birthdate of “14 March 1852”.

Sources:

Gordon, Robert James

(son of Robert Gordon and Agnes Davis). Born June 5, 1872, Rush Valley, Utah.

Married:Gertrude Estelle Sherman October 18, 1894, Huntington, Utah (daughter of Alby L. Sherman and Mary E. Swan of Fountain Green, Utah). She was born October 18, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Corine Cornelia born June 1, 1896;
  2. Robert Don born January 22, 1898;
  3. Von born October 14, 1900;
  4. Luella born November 23, 1904;
  5. Florence born December 10, 1905;
  6. Edna born September 13, 1908;
  7. Ellis born October 17, 1910.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Farmer.

Warning

Esshom lists his birthdate as “June 5, 1872” but his Utah death certificate shows a birthdate of “July 5, 1872”.

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Gordon, John Henry

(son of John Gordon and Hannah Hudson). Born September 25, 1855, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Bolton November 19, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Curtis E. Bolton and Mary Bunker of Long Island, Queens county, New York, and Nauvoo, Illinois, the former translated the Book of Mormon into the French language). She was born November 15, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Frances Maud born December 12, 1877, married Otto Olsen;
  2. Lewis Waterman born December 18, 1879, married Jennie Carter;
  3. John born January 19, 1882, married Nellie Scott, married Eliza Boberg;
  4. Minnie born April 16, 1884, married Oliver Knowles;
  5. Hannah born April 4, 1886, married Wallace Baum;
  6. Guy born February 26, 1888;
  7. Robert born January 26, 1890, married Lydia Whitely;
  8. Leon h. July 7, 1892, married Ethel Ashton;
  9. Curtis born December 29, 1894;
  10. Vera born February 29, 1896;
  11. Alphretta born May 23, 1899.

Family resided Pleasant View and Provo, Utah.

Elder. Moved from Salt Lake City to Provo Bench 1886, and was among the first to plant orchards at that place; raised the first lucerne seed in Utah county. He assisted in making the canals and wagon roads and worked ten years on the Blue Cliff canal, he also assisted in planting the orchard on the farm known as the Carry farm. Took part in protecting the settlers against the Indians.

Sources:

Gordon, John

(son of John Henry Gordon and Mary Rebecca Bolton). Born January 19, 1880, Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza Boberg June 17, 1808, Salt Lake City (daughter of Niels Boberg of Gotland, Sweden, and Maria Anderson of Denmark, both of Provo, Utah, came to Utah 1874). She was born November 24, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Dorothy born April 23, 1909;
  2. Donna Mary born September 13, 1910;
  3. Howard John born March 12, 1912.

Elder; ward teacher. Farmer and fruitgrower.

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Gordon, John Thomas

(son of John A. Gordon and Emaline Wells). Born October 11, 1871, York county, South Carolina. Came to Utah 1888.

Married:Margret Miller December 24, 1895, American Fork, Utah (daughter of Martin Miller and Christena Peterson of Lehi; pioneers September 27, 1862, John R. Murdock company). She was born June 1, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Myrtle Levhona born October 16, 1896;
  2. Erma Lee born March 4, 1898;
  3. Rudger Mosiah born November 9, 1899;
  4. Alta born November 12, 1901;
  5. Franklin John born June 1, 1909.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Seventy and ward teacher.

Sources:

Gorley, Levi

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

Of Alabama. Came to Utah 1857, by cowteam.

Married:Martha Isabel Scott in Illinois, who was born in Alabama.
Their children:
  1. Ann, married Mr. Weeze;
  2. Esther, married Ole Eddingberg;
  3. David, married Sarah ____;
  4. Thomas, died aged 22;
  5. Mary, married Joseph Truax;
  6. Keturah C., married Francis Smith;
  7. Jonathan E., married Sarah Higgins;
  8. George W., married Lizzie Montague;
  9. James Henry Creswell, married Mary Jane Grames.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Farmer. Died at Provo.

Sources:

Gorley, James Henry Creswell

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of Levi Gorley and Martha Isabel Scott). Born October 27, 1855, in Illinois. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Mary Jane Grames August 14, 1875, Spanish Fork, Utah (daughter of Charles William Grames and Maria Lillywhite of Cote, England, pioneers with Captain Home oxteam company). She was born July 13, 1857, Fakim, Sussex, England, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Ella born February 4, 1878;
  2. Millie born July 25, 1881, married Levi Tryon;
  3. James born April 15;
  4. Charles Henry;
  5. Cora Isabel, married Victor Hendrickson;
  6. Peter LeRoy;
  7. Mary Keturah;
  8. Francis Walter;
  9. Leonard.

Family resided Garden Creek and Carbonville, Utah.

Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Farmer. Died August 14, 1909, Salem, Utah.

Sources:

Gough, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of James Gough, born 1800, and Elenor Jones, born 1810, both of Monmouthshire, England). Born January 14, 1840, Murbridge Hill, Herefordshire, England. Came to Utah October 6, 1862, Ansel P. Harmon company.

Married:Charlotte Crockett October 17, 1863 (daughter of William Crockett and Ann Williams), who was born April 25, 1840, and came to Utah 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born October 28, 1864, married Soren Sorenson April 24, 1884;
  2. Lavina Jane born February 17, 1866, married Moroni Thayne November 24, 1881;
  3. James Charles born September 14, 1868, married Elizabeth Trinnaman February 14, 1894;
  4. Elenor born June 19, 1870, married James Carter December 24, 1889;
  5. Harriet born March 26, 1873, married Thomas A. Taylor November 2, 1891;
  6. William born May 19, 1895, married Lucy Shaw;
  7. Samuel born July 22, 1877, married Luella Anderson November 26, 1902;
  8. Thomas E. born April 21, 1879, married Linda Day June, 1901;
  9. Richard born May 20, 1881, married Pearl Clift June 22, 1904;
  10. Charlotte born February 8, 1884, married William Hadfield June 28, 1900;
  11. Robert born. March 5, 1886.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

President teachers quorum.

Sources:

Gould, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Robert Gould and Mary Boyd of Stirling and Edinburgh, Scotland). Born January 21, 1830, Edinburgh. Came to Utah 1861, Homer Duncan company.

Married:Annie Simpson 1855, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (daughter of John Simpson and Elizabeth Carig of Edinburgh, Scotland). She was born February 2, 1831.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married Heber McBride;
  2. Robert, died aged 20;
  3. Mary J., married H. J. Fuller;
  4. John S., married Mary Mortensen;
  5. William S., married Maria Peterson Lindsay.

Family home Eden, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Eube 1870, Eden, Utah, who was born 1846.
Their children:
  1. Henry;
  2. Robert;
  3. Richard;
  4. Joseph, married Miss Littlefield.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Ward teacher. Joiner and mechanic.

Sources:

Gould, John S.

(son of Robert Gould and Annie Simpson). Born July 10, 1865, Liberty, Utah.

Married:Mary Mortensen November 29, 1889, Huntsville, Utah (daughter of Neil C. Mortensen and Mary Christensen of Huntsville, Utah pioneers 1864, John Smith independent company), who was born August 14, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Florence M. born October 2, 1892;
  2. Glenard A. born July 7, 1894;
  3. Merrill J. born October 24, 1898;
  4. Arvena M. born October 20, 1903;
  5. Eileen G. born August 29, 1908;
  6. Clarissa E. born December 21, 1912;
  7. Claire C. born December 21, 1912.

Member 75th quorum seventies; ward teacher. Farmer.

Sources:

Gowans, Andrew

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Alexander Gowans and Mary Bowden of Canel, Scotland). Born December, 1800, at Canel. Came to Utah October, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Anne McLeish (daughter of James McLeish and Betsy Gibb of Canel), who was born February 26, 1788.
Their children:
  1. James born July 25, 1824;
  2. Mary born March 30, 1826, married George Cook;
  3. Barbara born May 27, 1828, married John Simpson;
  4. Betsy born February 22, 1832, married Hugh S. Gowans.

Family home Tooele, Utah.

Florist and landscape gardener. Died November 20, 1891.

Sources:

Gowans, Hugh S.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855. Mayor of Toolee, Utah.

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(son of Robert Gowans, born May 12, 1811, Arbroath, Forfarshire, and Grace McKay, of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland). He was born February 23, 1831, in Perth. Came to Utah October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Betsy Gowans in March, 1854, Arbroath (daughter of Andrew Gowans and Anne McLeish, married in Arbroath, 1823, pioneers October 24, 1885, Milo Andrus company). She was born February 22, 1832, and came to Utah with husband; died September 26, 1912.
Their children:
  1. Barbara born February 13, 1855, married Benjamin L. Bowen July 24, 1876;
  2. Robert M. born October 9, 1856, died July 31, 1863;
  3. Hugh G. born June 10, 1858, died May 21, 1863;
  4. James born November 21, 1860, married Alice de la Mare February 12, 1885;
  5. Andrew born September 8, 1862, married Willena Henson, February 12, 1894;
  6. Betsy born December 7, 1864, married Francis M. Lyman, Jr., October 16, 1889;
  7. Ephraim G. born February 1, 1868, married Mary C. Lyman June 1, 1893;
  8. Alonzo G. born December 7, 1869, married Deseret Leaver November 16, 1899;
  9. Charles A. born January 21, 1872, married Harriet Martineau June 12, 1904.

Family home Tooele, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Broomhead April, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Broomhead and Margaret Morton), who was born February 24, 1847, Sheffield, England.
Their children:
  1. Barbara E. born February 24, 1884, married Edward Nelson;
  2. Thomas E. born February 26, 1886;
  3. George H. born August 4, 1887;
  4. Albert H. born August 10, 1889.

Assessor and collector Tooele county; mayor Tooele City; probate judge Tooele county. President Tooele stake. Died September 10, 1912.

Sources:

Gowans, Ephraim G.

(son of Hugh S. Gowans and Betsy Gowans). Born February 1, 1868, Tooele, Utah.

Married:Mary Crismon Lyman June 1, 1893, Salt Lake City (daughter of Francis M. Lyman and Rhoda Ann Taylor of Fillmore, Tooele and Salt Lake City, Utah). She was born July 29, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Louis Lyman born April 22, 1894;
  2. Lois born December 20, 1895;
  3. Marjorie born June 7, 1899;
  4. Emerson Lyman born January 19, 1906;
  5. Marion Lyman born May 17, 1908.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 47th quorum seventies; missionary to Great Britain 1888-90. Judge of juvenile court 3d judicial district 1907-09; superintendent State Industrial school since 1909. Physician; teacher.

Sources:

Gower, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Thomas Gower and Catherine Cresswell of Stourbridge, Worcestshire, England). Born May 23, 1816, at Stourbridge. Came to Utah October 1864, Joseph Field company.

Married:Jane Cresswell (daughter of Richard and Ann Cresswell of Mt. Pleasant, near Stourbridge), who was born July 17, 1817, and died at St. Louis, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born March 17, 1839;
  2. Elizabeth born June 7, 1841;
  3. Ann born October 10, 1843, married Henry Lunt;
  4. Richard Henry born June 2, 1846.
Married:Martha Ann Stockdale November 4, 1850.
Their children:
  1. John Thomas, married Harriet Jane Corry;
  2. Joseph, died;
  3. Albert Francis, married Mary Grace Condie;
  4. Betsy Ann born May 26, 1857, died June 2, 1857;
  5. Jane Elizabeth born May 12, 1858, married James McHamilton May 2, 1881, divorced 1886; married William E. Yardley November 12, 1889;
  6. Martha Ann born April 30, 1860, died August 29, 1861;
  7. Mary Isabelle born January 16, 1862, died March 6, 1879;
  8. Catherine Katura born November 27, 1863, married Thomas Urie;
  9. Charlotte born November 3, 1865, married Joseph A. Rosenburg;
  10. Horace Tidswell born December 13, 1867, died January 12, 1901;
  11. Louisa May born May 31, 1870, married William James Condie April 25, 1899.
Married:Annie Williams April 4, 1863.
Their children:
  1. David Stephen born December 17, 1863, died October 21, 1902;
  2. Jared, died June 28, 1867;
  3. Benjamin born September 14, 1869, died April 10, 1903.

Family home Cedar City, Utah.

Called by Brigham Young to go to Iron county to smelt iron. Took part in early Indian troubles at Long Valley. Assisted in building canals, roads and sawmills in early days. Farmer. Died May 1, 1877.

Sources:

Grace, Isaac

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851. Alderman Nephi, Utah.

(son of John Grace and Margaret Abbott, of Liverpool, England). Born April 17, 1820, at Liverpool. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:Elizabeth Williams, 1843, at Liverpool (daughter of John Williams and Ann Jones, of Liverpool).
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married Henry F. McCune;
  2. Amelia, died infant;
  3. Margaret, married James Jenkins Jr.;
  4. Annette, died infant;
  5. Harriet Ann, married Alexander Pyper;
  6. Celestia Jane, married Lyman L. Hudson;
  7. Isaac Henry, married Helen H. Hudson;
  8. John William, married Tacy Whitmore;
  9. Emma Lorette, died infant;
  10. Charles Howard, married Elizabeth A. Lunt.

Family home Nephi, Utah.

Member 49th quorum seventies. Ship-builder and farmer. Died May 21, 1871, at Nephi.

Sources:

Grace, Isaac Henry

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Mayor of Nephi, Utah.

(son of Isaac Grace and Elizabeth Williams). Born August 9, 1857, at Nephi.

Married:Helen H. Hudson January 19, 1882, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Christopher Columbus Hudson and Annajenette Sisson of Oberlin, Ohio; the latter came to Utah 1880), who was born December 18, 1850.
Their only child:
  1. Helen Grace born April 22, 1884.

Family home Nephi.

High Priest; missionary to Hawaiian Islands 1891-94; high counselor; counselor to stake president; superintendent MIA; counselor to stake mutual superintendent 1888. County school superintendent; county commissioner; city councilman; mayor of Nephi; school trustee. Contractor; carpenter; farmer.

Sources:

Graehl, George Louis

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Johan Ludvic Graehl and Marie Magdalena Renner of Bohl, Germany. Came to Utah October 1854. Robert L. Campbell company.

Married:Louise Charlotte Leuba August 31, 1844, Geneva, Switzerland (daughter of Henry Francois Leuba of Neufchatel, Switzerland, and Audrienne Elizabeth Elger; pioneers October, 1854, Robert L. Campbell company). She was born September 16, 1822, and died October, 1904.
Their children:
  1. Eliza, died infant;
  2. Emile, died infant;
  3. Lena, died infant;
  4. Emma, died infant;
  5. Mary Adeline, married Henry C. Jensen;
  6. Fanny;
  7. George Louis born March 17, 1863, married Ada Reese;
  8. Henry, died child;
  9. Lorenzo, married Elizabeth Bott;
  10. Joseph Serge, married Mima Robie;
  11. Hyrum Henry;
  12. Amelia.

Family home Geneva, Switzerland.

Married:Katherine Isenman, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Mary Louise, died child;
  2. August;
  3. Clara;
  4. Eli, married Miss Goodliffe;
  5. Ellen, died child;
  6. Edmund, married Maud Hatch.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

High priest. Confectioner; farmer. Died February 19, 1896.

Sources:

Graehl, George Louis, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of George Louis Graehl and Charlotte Louise Leuba). Born March 17, 1863, Geneva, Switzerland. Came to Utah October 1854, with parents.

Married:Ada Reese January 6, 1885 (daughter of John D. Reese and Zillah Mathias of Wales), who was born December 8, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Ada Louise born December 22, 1886;
  2. Hortense Zillah born September 10, 1888;
  3. Geneve born March 28, 1890;
  4. George Leuba born February 24, 1892;
  5. Florence Laprille born July 22, 1895;
  6. Adele Fanny born July 22, 1896;
  7. Helen born April 6, 1900, died infant;
  8. Leland born March 28, 1902;
  9. Harold born October 12, 1906.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Switzerland twice; high priest. County clerk Box Elder county; city treasurer, Brigham. Merchant and mining man.

Sources:

Graham, Alexander Stewart

Born December 31, 1831, Glasgow, Scotland. Came to Utah in its early history.

Married:Elizabeth Jane Nuttman at St. Louis, Missouri (daughter of George Nuttman of England), who was born October 2, 1832.
Their children:
  1. George, died;
  2. Jane, married Joseph Checketts Agnes McDonald, married Charles Odd;
  3. Charles, died;
  4. Elenor Elizabeth, married Willard Bishop;
  5. Margaret I., died;
  6. Jeannette Ennis married Daniel Lockhart, Jr.;
  7. Alexander Stewart, died child;
  8. Henry James, married Annie Weaver;
  9. John Thomas, married Eliza ____.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

Married:Maggie. She lived at Kaysville, Utah.
Married:Ann Malan.
Their only child:
  1. Sarah.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

Railroader. Died September 1882 at Leamington, Utah.

Sources:

Graham, Robert ==============.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850

(son of William Graham and Jane Ross of Edinburgh, Scotland, latter born February 12, 1820). Born October 2, 1850, in Edinburgh. Came to Utah with Captain Scott company.

Married:Gertrude Stallings December 27, 1876 (daughter of Joseph Staliings and Caroline Hartford of Council Bluffs, Iowa, pioneers 1850, Stephen Wareham company), who was born October 28, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Joseph William born September 2, 1876, married Ellen Elizabeth Burt November 2, 1905;
  2. Robert Orson born August 31, 1878, married Annie Hogge May 8, 1901;
  3. Caroline Gertrude, married Ray B. Thompson August 2, 1905;
  4. Jane Charlott born May 11, 1886;
  5. Perry James born May 10, 1892.

Family home Eden, Utah.

Member bishopric of Eden ward. Road supervisor eight years; school trustee. Farmer. Died September 2, 1901.

Sources:

Graham, Robert Orson

(son of Robert Graham and Gertrude Stallings). Born August 31, 1878. Eden.

Married:Annie Hogge May 8, 1901, Salt Lake City (daughter of George William Hogge and Margaret Ann Rirrie of West Weber, Utah), who was born February 22, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Orvil Robert;
  2. Nina Margret.

Family home Eden.

Missionary to Central states 1909-11; counselor in bishopric of Eden ward. Farmer.

Sources:

Graham, Thomas B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849. Killed by a bear.

Born August 12, 1807, in Pickens county, Alabama. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Sarah E. McCrary January 27, 1828, in Pickens county. She was born May 1, 1810, and died in Iowa, on way to Utah.
Their children:
  1. Jane;
  2. James M., married Sarah J. Brandon;
  3. John;
  4. Martha;
  5. Caroline;
  6. Francis;
  7. David;
  8. Amanda;
  9. George;

Jane and Francis did not come to Utah.

Killed by a bear in 1864, at Mendon, Cache county, Utah.

Sources:

Graham, James M.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

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(son of Thomas B. Graham and Sarah E. McCrary). Born September 17, 1829, in Alabama. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Sarah J. Brandon February 12, 1854 (daughter of Thomas J. Brandon and Martha E. Bunch, married 1834, pioneers 1847, Jared Roundy company, latter died at Nauvoo, Illinois.), who was born December 25, 1833. Came to Utah with father.
Their children:
  1. James F. born November 5, 1854, married Alice Hardman;
  2. John M. born October 29, 1856;
  3. Sarah born January 28, 1858, married J. S. Brady November 17, 1870;
  4. George A. born August 14, 1861, married L. Cole April 14, 1886;
  5. David born April 4, 1864, died 1864;
  6. Martha E. born October 17, 1863, married F. Kemmer April 4, 1884;
  7. Joseph H. born February 12, 1865, married Villey Green 1887;
  8. Alice A. born March 17, 1874, married A. MacMillan 1892;
  9. Merretta born April 19, 1879, married E. Bacchus April 12, 1902;
  10. Thomas B. born April 2, 1883, died 1883.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Warning

Esshom lists him as coming to Utah w”ith his parentes” and the entry for his father shows an arrival date of “1849” but the Overland Travel database shows an arrival date of 1852.

Sources:

Graham, James F.

(son of James M. Graham and Sarah J. Brandon). Born November 5, 1854, Sugarhouse ward, Salt Lake City.

Married:Alice Hardman November 6, 1879, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Hardman and Nancy Booth, pioneers September 25, 1856, Richard Ballantyne company), who was born August 29, 1853, in England.
Their children:
  1. Matilda F. born August 9, 1880, married S. Schwendiman March 6, 1901;
  2. Roy born April 25, 1882, married Pearl Harris May 6, 1902;
  3. Ida L. born October 18, 1884, married Mark Fullmer November 27, 1905;
  4. Cady M. born August 26, 1887;
  5. Claude V. born December 24, 1890, married Hannah Gardner April 14, 1910;
  6. Harry V. born April 25, 1892;
  7. Olive born January 6, 1894;
  8. Luella born December 4, 1897.

He was an elder.

Sources:

Grames, Charles William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

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(son of Charles and Mary Grames of England). Born at Finden, Sussex, England. Came to Utah 1861, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Mary Bird in England.
Their children:
  1. Walter, married Julia;
  2. Ellen, married William Lake.

Family home Finden, England.

Married:Maria Lillywhite, at Finden, England. (daughter of Joseph Lillywhite and Maria Stafford of Finden, England).
Their children:
  1. Alfred, married Sarah Sparks;
  2. Emily, married Peter Bell, married William Campbell;
  3. Esther, died aged 2;
  4. Frederick, married Mary Seaberry, married Martha Powell;
  5. Charles, married Rhoda Chestina Hill;
  6. Mary Jane, married James Henry Creswell Gorley;
  7. Albert, married Casilia Donnard; married Lilly Bass.

Family home Ephraim, Utah.

High priest. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Tinker, watchmaker and tailor. Died March 17, 1901, Price, Utah.

Sources:

Grames, Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Charles Henry Grames and Maria Lillywhite). Born May 16, 1855, Finden, England. Came to Utah 1861, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Rhoda Chestina Hill 1904, Price, Utah (daughter of James and Melissa Hill of Logan, Utah, pioneers with oxteam).
Their children:
  1. Henry;
  2. George, married Miss Davis;
  3. Rhoda;
  4. Sina, married Hy Chittendon.

Family home Wellington, Utah.

Rancher and stockraiser.

Sources:

Grange, Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of John Grange and Nancy Atkinson of Yorkshire, England). Born February 11, 1826, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Ann Bunting January 2, 1860, on shipboard (daughter of Abraham Bunting of England).
Their children:
  1. Ann Elizabeth, died;
  2. Lydia Ellen, married R. H. Barnard;
  3. Samuel, died;
  4. Almyra Maria, married Jedediah Goff;
  5. John William, died.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Married:Chariot Lee 1862, Springville, Utah, who was born October 8, 1843.
Only child:
  1. Chariot, died.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Married:Esther Stevenson February 11, 1864, Springville, Utah (daughter of James Stevenson and Martha Charles of England pioneers October, 1857, Captain Hoffine company), who was born January 17, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Samuel Stevenson born December 25, 1864, married Clara Belle Brasher;
  2. Joseph born October 14, 1866, died;
  3. James born August 27, 1867, died;
  4. Ulysses Wallace born November 11, 1868, married Margaret Elizabeth Jones;
  5. Ernest James born December 28, 1870, married Rose Ramsey;
  6. Elizabeth Letitia born October 10, 1872, married S. M. Whitmore;
  7. Beryl Ann born July 6, 1876, died;
  8. Violet born July 3, 1877;
  9. Ethel Tamer born May 27, 1879, married J. H. Stevenson;
  10. John Atkinson born April 19, 1881, died;
  11. Arthur born November 3, 1883, married Hilma Pierson;
  12. Ray Clifford born May 29, 1885, married Verda Jensen;
  13. Franklin Charles born June 24, 1887, married Mary Welby;
  14. Esther Maud born March 31, 1889, married Ferdinand Anderson.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher. Settled at Springville, 1852, moved to Huntington 1883, where he assisted in building up the country. Member board of education; school trustee. File cutter; shoemaker; mining man. Died December 1, 1893, Huntington, Utah.

Sources:

Grange, Samuel Stevenson

(son of Samuel Grange and Esther Stevenson). Born December 25, 1864, Springville, Utah.

Married:Clara Belle Brasher October 1, 1886, Logan, Utah (daughter of John Leisal Brasher and Eliza Cheshire of Kentucky), who was born January 4, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Leisal Samuel born September 14-, 1887, married Coreila Taylor;
  2. Nida born December 14, 1888; married Byronel Howard;
  3. Nora born June 1, 1891, married Ezra Harrison;
  4. Nellie S. born September 30, 1893;
  5. Florence born February 12, 1896, died;
  6. Ida born July 7, 1892;
  7. Ada born July 7, 1892;
  8. Clifford born June 3, 1905.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Member 81st quorum seventies; ward teacher fifteen years in Huntington ward. Member town council two terms; district trustee three years. Fruitgrower and farmer.

Sources:

Grange, Ulysses Wallace

(son of Samuel Grange and Esther Stevenson). Born November 11, 1868, Springville, Utah.

Married:Margaret Elizabeth Jones October 12, 1893, Huntington, Utah, by Daniel Tyler (daughter of Elisha Warren Jones and Georgana Jane Pierce of Nauvoo, Illinois, and Kanesville, Iowa), who was born October 4, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Wallace Guy born October 3, 1894;
  2. Elisha Myron born July 14, 1896;
  3. Ella Lucile born March 28, 1898;
  4. Ruby born January 17, 1901;
  5. Elizabeth Erma born May 26, 1907;
  6. Hilma born April 26, 1908;
  7. Samuel Lloyd born July 24, 1911.

Family home Huntington, Utah.

Missionary to northwestern states 1903-04; president high priests quorum of Emery stake; member high council; home missionary; president YMMIA 1909; Sunday school superintendent 1906-08; counselor to Bishop Peter Johnson of Huntington ward; counselor in YMMIA of Huntington ward; and counselor in elders quorum. President Huntington town board 1906-07; member Huntington town board 1910-11; road supervisor. Settled at Huntington 1883, where he has done much in the upbuilding of the country.

Sources:

Granger, Walter

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

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(son of Robert Granger and Catherine McDonald). Born August 4, 1821, Edinburgh, Scotland. Came to Utah September 26, 1866. D. D. McArthur company.

Married:Catherine Guthrie 1841 (daughter of John Guthrie and Agnes Emought), who was born January 1819.
Their children:
  1. Robert born January 18, 1842;
  2. Catherine born December, 1848, married David Gibson 1868;
  3. Peter born August, 1867;
  4. Nellie;
  5. Emma;
  6. Walter, John, both died.

Family home St. George, Utah.

Settled at Spanish Fork 1856; moved to St. George 1861, where he served as bishop of third ward and later of second ward 1869-92; moved to Cedar City 1892; high priest. Died May 6, 1904.

Sources:

Grant, George Davis

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Bodyguard of Joseph Smith; Mormon Pioneer of 1848. General in Indian wars.

(son of Joshua Grant and Thalia Howard of Neversink, New York). Born September 10, 1812, Windsor, New York. Came to Utah June, 1848.

Married:Elizabeth Wilson January 22, 1834, Naples, New York. (daughter of Thomas Wilson of Tuley, Onondaga county, New York), who was born April 26, 1816, Tuley, New York.
Their children:
  1. Thalia Elizabeth, married Joseph Angell Young;
  2. George Wilson, married Lucy Curtis Spencer;
  3. William Smith, married Mary Ann Muir;
  4. Josephine, married Benjamin Franklin Snyder;
  5. Don Carlos, died;
  6. Julia Caroline, married Edwin W. Gilman;
  7. Joseph Smith, died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth Lamb.
Their children:
  1. Pauline;
  2. Charles Albert;
  3. David, died;
  4. Georgiana, married Mr. Pace;
  5. Andrew, died.
Married:Margaret Baxter.
Their children:
  1. Ella, married Mr. Grant;
  2. Jedediah and Nettie, died.

Family home Woods Cross, Utah.

Married:Susan Grant.
Only child:
  1. Frank.

Family home Woods Cross.

Married:Jennie Baxter.
Their children:
  1. Caroline, Clara and Willard, died.

Family home Woods Cross.

He with William H. Kimball, picked the minute men; bodyguard of Joseph Smith; general in Indian wars; captain of handcarts of Nauvoo Legion 1857; captain of “life guards.” Trader and farmer.

Died September 20, 1876, Woods Cross.

Sources:

Grant, Jedediah Morgan

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Scecond counselor to Brigham Young April 7, 1854. First mayor of Salt Lake City. Morgan County, Utah is named after him.

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(son of Joshua Grant and Thalia Howard), born February 21, 1816, at Windsor, Broome county, New York. Came to Utah September 1847, with own company.

Married:Susan Noble Fairchild (came to Utah September 1847, with George B. Wallace company), who was born July, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Hyrum born October 17, 1853, at Salt Lake City, married Eliza Evaeletta Eldredge October 18, 1875, at Salt Lake City;
  2. Susan Vilate born September 19, 1855, married William S. Muir. Jr., 1871.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Rossetta Robinson.
Their children:
  1. Jedediah Morgan born October 9, 1863, married Lucy Fackrell;
  2. Henrietta born 1855, married D. S. Marshall.
Married:Maryette Kesler 1854, Salt Lake Endowment house (daughter of Frederick Kesler and Emeline Parker of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1852). She was born February 23, 1839.
Only child:
  1. Brigham Frederick, born October 15, 1856, married Johanna Schluter.
Married:Rachel Ridgeway Ivins November, 1855, Salt Lake Endowment house (daughter of Caleb Ivins and Edith Ridgeway of Toms River, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). She was born March 7, 1821, Hornerstown, New Jersey, died January 27, 1909.
Only child:
  1. Heber Jeddy born November 22, 1856, in. Lucy Stringham, married Huldah Augusta Winters, married Emily Harris Wells.

Family home Salt Lake City.

One of the presidents of the first council of seventies 1845; chosen second counselor to Brigham Young April 7, 1854. First mayor of Salt Lake City and continued in that office until his death, December, 1856; was speaker of the house of the territorial legislature from 1852 to 1855; superintendent of public works of Salt Lake City. Plowed the first furrow in Morgan county, which county was named after him. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Grant, Joseph Hyrum

(son of Jedediah Morgan Grant and Susan Noble Fairchild). Born October 17, 1853, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza Evaeletta Eldredge at Salt Lake City, October 18, 1875 (daughter of Horace S. Eldredge who came to Utah with his own company, and Sarah W. Gibbs).
Their children:
  1. Joseph H. born July 20, 1876, married Algie Lydia Hatch, June 30, 1898;
  2. Sarah born December 20, 1877, married Fred J. Pack, November 26, 1896;
  3. Susan E. born August 7, 1879, married E. David Mann January 18, 1899;
  4. Jessie E. born June 13, 1881, married David E. Reed June, 1906;
  5. Walter E. born March 29, 1883, married Ellen Smith September 2, 1908;
  6. Carter E. born December 31, 1885, married Pamela E. Smith April 2, 1905;
  7. Eva E. born August 13, 1888, married Daniel Roy Moss April 2, 1908;
  8. Howard E. born November 11, 1890; married Hazel Howard June 14, 3912;
  9. Lyle born August 26, 1893;
  10. Horace James born October 7, 1895.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Bishop of West Bountiful ward from 1888 to 1889; second counselor to President William R. Smith of the Davis stake 1890 to 1893; first counselor to President John W. Hess of the Davis stake; called to the presidency of Davis stake September 25, 1904. Farmer; stockraiser.

Warning

This spouse of Jedediah was born in New York to Eunice Noble and Charles Fairchild, but was adopted as a child by her grand parents, Ezekiel (1787-1856)and Theodocia Bates(1789-1869) Noble. Her name prior to her marriage is shown both as “Susan Noble Fairchild” and “Susan Fairchild Noble”.

Sources:

Grant, Joseph Hyrum

(son of Joseph Hyrum Grant and Eliza Evaeletta Eldredge). Born July 20, 1876, at Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Algie Lydia Hatch June 30, 1898, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Orvin Hatch, one of the battalion, 1847, and Elizabeth Perry, who came to Utah 1847), who was born June 5, 3877, at Bountiful.
Their children:
  1. Van Hatch born April 15, 1900;
  2. Adelaide born March 16, 1902;
  3. Myra born March 26, 1905;
  4. Dale Eldredge born February 29, 1908.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

Missionary to Colorado 1897-98; high councilor in the Davis stake. Justice of the peace at Kaysville. Dentist.

Sources:

Grant, Brigham Fredrick

(son of Jedediah M. Grant and Maryetta Kesler). Born October 17, 1856, Salt Lake City.

Married:Johanna Schluter, November 22 ____, (daughter of William Schluter and Phoebe Ann Wickel of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1867, independent company). She was born March 4, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Fredrick W. born May 11, 1880, married Margret Smith;
  2. Jedediah born March 16, 1882, married Lavina Sainsbury;
  3. Hazel Maude born March 9, 1884, married J. V. Needham;
  4. Eugene S. born July 17, 1887, married Ella V. Owen;
  5. Luella Belle born November 9, 1889, died;
  6. Heber born November 16, 1899;
  7. Delora born May 5, 1902.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member high council Salt Lake stake; member YMMIA of Salt Lake City. Chief of police of Salt Lake. Engaged in mining, insurance, general merchandising, farming and stockraising.

Sources:

Grant, Heber Jeddy

Note

Heber J. Grant was the president of the Tooele Utah Stake, President of the Japanesse Mission and was the seventh president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He instituted the church welfare program which was started in 1936.

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(son of Jedediah Morgan Grant and Rachel Ridgeway Ivins). Born November 22, 1856, Salt Lake City.

Married:Lucy Stringham November 1, 1877, St. George Temple, Utah (daughter of Bryant Stringham and Susan Ashby of Salt Lake City, pioneers July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born April 27, 1858, and died January 3, 1893.
Their children:
  1. Susan Rachel born August 30, 1878, married John H. Taylor;
  2. Lucy Grant born October 22, 1880, married George Jenkins Cannon;
  3. Florence born February 7, 1883, married Willard Richards Smith;
  4. Edith born April 2, 1885, married Clifford Earl Young;
  5. Anna born December 28, 1886, married John George Midgeley, Jr.;
  6. Heber born December 9, 1888, died February 27, 1896.
Married:Huldah Augusta Winters May 26, 1884 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Oscar F. Winters and Mary Ann Stearns of Pleasant Grove, Utah, pioneers). She was born July 7, 1856.
Only child:
  1. Mary born February 6, 1889.
Married:Emily Harris Wells May 27, 1884, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel H. Wells and Martha Harris of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1848). She was born April 22, 1857, and died May 25, 1908.
Their children:
  1. Martha Deseret born April 21, 1886, married Ashby Douglas Boyle;
  2. Grace born December 21, 1888, married Isaac Blair Evans;
  3. Daniel Wells born November 21, 1891, died March 10, 1895;
  4. Emily born June 5, 1896;
  5. Frances Marion born September 23, 189.

Families resided in Salt Lake City.

Secretary YMMIA Salt Lake stake 1879-80; ordained high priest and set apart as president Tooele stake October 30, 1880; ordained member Twelve Apostles, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints October 16, 1882; member 30th quorum seventies; missionary to Japan 1901-03; president European mission 1903-06; has been doing missionary work throughout the stakes of Zion for the past 30 years; one of the counselors of the first mutual organization (13th ward), under the personal direction of President Young, Salt Lake City. Member Salt Lake City council 1883-86; member legislative council (senate) of the territory of Utah 1883-84. President Home Fire Insurance Company, of Utah; president Heber J. Grant and Company; president Utah Implement & Vehicle Company; vice-president Utah State National bank, Salt Lake City; director Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, and Zion Cooperative Mercantile Institution; was president State Bank of Utah, which he organized, and president Salt Lake Theater Company; president Cooperative Wagon & Machine Company; vice-president Salt Lake Herald Company, (morning newspaper, since Herald Republican) and owned control of the stock.

Sources:

Grant, Joshua Frederick

Born July 24, 1818, in Stueben county, New York.

Married:Louise Marie Goulay August 27, 1843 of Vevey, Switzerland county, Indiana. She was born May 28, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Adelaide born October 4, 1845, Kanesville, Iowa;
  2. Florence Caroline born May 11, 1851, Council Bluffs, Iowa;
  3. Joshua Frederick born April 19, 1856, Woods Cross, Utah.

Their early residence was at Vevey and later Salt Lake City.

He, with his brother, Jedediah Morgan Grant were the youngest missionaries to labor in the southern states (when boys in their teens). Migrated to Utah in 1847 with a private freighting outfit hauling material for the United States army part way. Died Salt Lake City, Utah, November 21, 1851. Buried in the city cemetery, lot 7, block 8, plat C, near corner of Main street and 8th avenue.

Sources:

Graves, Daniel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Daniel Graves born April 3, 1770, Carbook, Norfolk, England, and Mary Blanchflower born at Sahamtorry, Norfolk, England). Born April 17, 1806, Yarmouth, England. Came to Utah 1854, Captain Harker company.

Married:Elizabeth Sarah Baker, who was born April 16, 1810.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born July 24, 1824;
  2. William Durant born November 8, 1829;
  3. Isabella born September 27, 1833;
  4. Joseph born June 11, 1834;
  5. Robert;
  6. Maria Ann born February 7, 1836;
  7. Jane born June 20, 1837;
  8. Isabella born May 18, 1838.

Family home Yarmouth, England.

Married:Mary Newman June 7, 1840, St. Olives, Southwork, London, England. (daughter of Henry G. Newman and Elizabeth Bull), who was born March 27, 1817, Hayes, Middlesex, England.
Their children:
  1. Edward Henry born August 12, 1841;
  2. Elizabeth Sarah born June 24, 1843;
  3. Daniel Robert born April 17, 1846;
  4. Charlotte M. born November 1, 1847;
  5. Joseph Nephi born January 16, 1849;
  6. Lehi Moroni born November 4, 1850;
  7. Mary Ann born December 6, 1852;
  8. Ebenezer born September 28, 1866;
  9. Alma born November 4, 1857;
  10. Joshua born December 16, 1859.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Elder. President agriculture association. Artist. Died 1892 at Provo.

Sources:

Graves, Joshua

(son of Daniel Graves and Mary Newman). Born December 16, 1859, Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary E. Vanwagoner June 11, 1881, Provo (daughter of John Vanwagoner and Elizabeth Young). She was born May 19, 1866, Provo.
Their children:
  1. Daniel born November 26, 1881;
  2. Tessie May born November 12, 1882, married Fred Herron May 20, 1907;
  3. Lizzie Maud born January 16, 1886, married Joseph Chambers October 25, 1905;
  4. Jessie born May 19, 3887;
  5. Jennie born March 12, 1888.
Married:Martha Hansen Graves September 3, 1890, Manti, Utah (daughter of Hans Frederick Hansen and Cathron Nielson, the former a pioneer 1854, Hans Peter Olsen company, the latter with Captain Christenson company). She was born March 3, 1872, Spanish Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Frederick Joshua born September 1, 1891;
  2. James Henry born April 18, 1894;
  3. Mary Cathron born June 21, 1896;
  4. Lavera Charlotte born August 7, 1898;
  5. Zina Jane born November 26, 1900;
  6. Bertha Loretta born March 28, 1903;
  7. Leona Martha born October 2, 1905;
  8. Walter Stoddard born December 31, 1908;
  9. Velma Lavern born December 17, 1910.
Sources:

Gray, Joseph Reeves

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of James Gray of Dorchester, England). Born May 29, 1824, Dorchester, England. Came to Utah October, 1854, John Brown company.

Married:Mary Franklin 1851, Dorchester, England, who was born 1832, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Franklin Thomas born December 9, 1852, married Mary Jane Titcomb;
  2. Joseph, died;
  3. James born December 31, 1856, married Elizabeth Holdsworth;
  4. William born 1858, married Phoebe Yates;
  5. Charles born 1860, married Eunice Brown;
  6. Mary Rachael, died.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Marshall 1867, Salt Lake Endowment house (daughter of John and Elizabeth Marshall).
Their children:
  1. Rhoda Ann, died;
  2. Rosa, married William Makin;
  3. Lilly and George, died;
  4. John, married Goldie Cummings;
  5. Edward, died;
  6. Elizabeth, married George Webb.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Secretary high priests quorum; Sunday school teacher. Located at Lehi 1854. Indian war veteran; veteran Echo Canyon war. Assisted in building the first canals, wagon roads, and in the development of the country. Shoemaker and farmer. Died February 2, 1877, Lehi, Utah.

Warning

Esshom lists his father as “James Gray” but familysearch.org currently lists his father as “Thomas Franklin Gray”.

Sources:

Gray, Franklin Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of John Reeves Gray and Mary Franklin). Born December 9, 1852, Dorchester, England. Came to Utah October, 1854, John Brown company.

Married:Mary Jane Titcomb November 18, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Luke Titcomb and Lydia Jane Tanner of Cottonwood. Salt Lake county, pioneers September, 1850, William Wall company). She was born December 31, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Winfield Franklin born October 20, 1873, married Eliza Bolin;
  2. James H. born April 7, 1876, married Winifred Price;
  3. Mary Susan born May 30, 1877, married Seth Littleford;
  4. Joseph William born December 28, 1879, married Jane Saby;
  5. Lydia Rebecca born June 7, 1881;
  6. Charles Delos born December 7, 1883, married Leverne Anderson;
  7. Thomas M. born March 12, 1886, married Ethel Fox;
  8. Ina Gladis born October 31, 1888;
  9. Ezra Tollman born September 30, 1890.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Elder. Settled at Lehi when a boy and has spent his entire life in developing the country, building canals, wagon roads, irrigation ditches and bringing timber from the mountains for building purposes. Farmer.

Sources:

Gray, William Sylus

(son of Joseph Reeves Gray and Mary Franklin). Born November 28, 1858, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Phoebe Yates August 3, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Yates and Mary Ann Peck of Bath, England). She was born February 26, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Mary Edith born June 12, 1888, married Murray O. Hayes;
  2. Phoebe Louisa born September 19, 1889, married Claud Emmett Hayes;
  3. William Edward born August 9, 1891, married Ethel Roberts;
  4. Archie Charles born June 21, 1893;
  5. Hyrum Richard born August 18, 1895;
  6. Elisha Franklin born July 15, 1897;
  7. Jesse Sylus born October 28, 1898;
  8. Myrton James born June 13, 1901;
  9. Eldon Leroy Gates born January 11, 1903;
  10. Ruland Joseph born December 14, 1904;
  11. Alvin Stanford born November 13, 1906;
  12. Duaine Yates born February 27, 1909;
  13. Elaine born February 27, 1909;
  14. Ernest Elipton born January 8, 1912.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Elder. Has spent his life in developing the country in and around Lehi, building irrigation ditches, canals, wagon roads and bridges. Freighter and farmer.

Sources:

Gray, Samuel R.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Samuel W. Gray, born June 27, 1823, Kirkintilloch, Scotland, and Sarah Gray, born October 31, 1830, who were married March 8, 1852). Born January 19, 1853, Kirkintilloch. Came to Utah 1861, Joseph W. Young company.

Married:Nancy Stewart August 1880 (daughter of William A. Stewart and Jane Browning; the former came to Utah 1847). She was born November 10, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Eugene born November 10, 1881;
  2. John S. born February 21, 1885;
  3. Hazel born February 1, 1888;
  4. Wallace born May 6, 1891;
  5. Archie born November 7, 1893;
  6. Lucille born May 30, 1897;
  7. Mildred born March 4, 1900;
  8. Leland born May 6, 1905.

Family home Central, Utah.

Sources:

Greaves, Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Thomas Greaves, born 1800, and Dorothy Gescal of Lancashire, England, married 1825 in Lancashire). He was born August 26, 1837, Paterson, New Jersey. Came to Utah 1852, Captain Howell company.

Married:Elizabeth Motley June 20, 1858 (daughter of William Motley and Elizabeth Hughes, married 1833, Hereford, England; former died at Nauvoo, Illinois, latter pioneer, William Wall company). She was born June 10, 1837, and came to Utah with mother.
Their children:
  1. Peter born September 17, 1859, married Catherine Mortenson;
  2. John born January 24, 1867, married Hannah Frost;
  3. Albert M. born March 10, 1872, married Lorinda Peterson.

Member first city council of Ephraim eight years; member last territorial legislative council (senate); commissioner San Pete county, holding position as chairman two years.

Sources:

Green, Alphonzo

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

Born July 8, 1810, Brookfield, New York. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Betsy Murdock December 29, 1838, Hamilton, New York, who was born May 6, 1810.
Their children:
  1. Alva Alphonzo, married Ellen Gibson;
  2. Sarah Annadellah, married James Chipman;
  3. Joseph Daniels, and John Murdock, died.

Family home American Fork, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Chadwick, at Salt Lake City, who came to Utah 1867.
Their children:
  1. Rastus, married Emily Adamson;
  2. Alice, married Joseph Oler.

Family home American Fork.

Died August 6, 1875, at American Fork.

Sources:

Green, Alva Alphonzo

(son of Alphonzo Green and Betsey Murdock). Born November 14, 1859, at American Fork.

Married:Elizabeth Buckwater (daughter of John and Sarah Buckwater).
Their children:
  1. Alva Alphonzo born November 14, 1859, married Mary H. Hindley;
  2. John Buckwater born January 31, 1861, married Annie Proctor;
  3. Rastus, died;
  4. Sarah Mariam, married David P. Pratt;
  5. Delia Betsey, married John I. Chipman;
  6. Perry, died;
  7. Jessie, married Elizabeth Boley;
  8. William Quincy, married Emma;
  9. Margaret Vilate, married Peter G. Clark;
  10. Fred Leroy, married Jessie Clark.

Family home American Fork.

Married:Ellen Gibson May 2, 1884, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Gibson and Liza Kennedy of Scotland, pioneers 1862, William Hicks company). She was born November 26, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Junta Elizabeth born June 15, 1885, died;
  2. Alphonzo born April 18, 1887, married Hilda Boley;
  3. Ross Rodney born September 16, 1889.

Family home American Fork.

Seventy; ward teacher. City councilman. Farmer and stockraiser. Died March 2, 1901, at American Fork.

Warning

Esshom lists his birth information as “November 14, 1859, at American Fork” but other sources show the date as “September 25, 1839 in Hamilton, Madison, New York”.

Sources:

Green, Alva Alphonzo, Jr.

(son of Alva Alphonzo Green and Elizabeth Buckwater). Born November 14, 1859, at American Fork.

Married:Mary Hindley Green January 13, 1880. Salt Lake City (daughter of John Hindley and Jane C. Robinson of England). She was born October 23, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Mary L., died;
  2. Mark Hindley born December 12, 1880;
  3. Jane Ferne born February 28, 1891;
  4. Bessie Irene born July 6, 1892;
  5. Minnie born October 1, 1898;
  6. Anna Maybelle born July 12, 1901.

Family home American Fork.

Elder. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Green, Alvin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Robert Green and Fanny Greely). Born May 27, 1829. Came to Utah September 19, 1847, Ira Eldredge company.

Married:Frances A. Gibson December 27, 1850, Brigham Young officiating (daughter of George W. Gibson and Mary Sparks of South Cottonwood, Utah, pioneers 1848, John Brown company). She was born May 15, 1823, in Mississippi and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Mary J., married Isaac Ferguson;
  2. Frances A., married Robert Oakden;
  3. Alvin W., married Alice White;
  4. Robert A., married Carrie Neilson;
  5. William A., married Cena Jensen;
  6. Moses K., married Sarah Wood;
  7. George A., married Lucy Graham;
  8. Harriet A., married Joseph Graham.

Family home Brinton ward, Murray, Utah.

High priest. Water master at Big Cottonwood 20 years. Miner; farmer and stockraiser. Died August 3, 1912.

Warning

Esshom shows Alvin’s spouse Frances Gibson with a birthdate of “May 15, 1923” but other sources show her birthdate of “May 27, 1829”

Sources:

Green, Grandfather

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

Came to Utah in 1851.

Married:Floretta ____.
Their children:
  1. Riley, married Addie Lambert;
  2. Ephraim, married Sidney Florence Thayne;
  3. Sandford, married Elnora Eickenson;
  4. Benjamin, married Julia Lark.

Warning

Esshom lists this individual as “Grandfather Green”. Based on family realationships as shown on familysearch.org this is probably “Job Edward Green” (1812-1876).

Sources:

Green, Ephraim

Came to Utah with oxteam.

Married:Sidney Florence Thayne at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Charles Ephraim;
  2. John Edward, married Esther Allen;
  3. Millie May;
  4. Amanda Elizabeth, married Don Carlos Pope;
  5. Floretta, married David Toliver;
  6. Elmera, married Warren L. Allen;
  7. Alma, died infant;
  8. Ada, died infant;
  9. Matilda, married Frank Searle;
  10. Sadie Florence.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Elder. Veteran Black Hawk war. Farmer.

Sources:

Green, Hervey

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Ebenezer Green, born September 22, 1777, and Ruth Weed). Born December 4, 1806, in New York state. Came to Utah September 24, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Sally Ann Pickard April 14, 1828 (daughter of Henry Pickard and Jane Coleman). She was born April 14, 1811, and died in Jackson county, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Henry Sheldon born April 22, 1833, died at birth;
  2. Ammon (twin of Henry Sheldon), married Almira Mesick.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Jane Rich September, 1837 (daughter of Joseph Rich and Nancy O’Neal, who were married June 23, 1808, pioneers 1847, Charles C. Rich company). She was born November 6, 1813, in Indiana.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born August 11, 1838, married William Hyde April 7, 1858;
  2. Nancy Jane born February 7, 1840, married James H. Raser 1858;
  3. Celestia Artemesia born January 14, 1847, married George Davis;
  4. Joseph Hervey born July 30, 1850.
Sources:

Green, Ammon

(son of Hervey Green and Sally Ann Pickard). Born April 22, 1833, Kaw township, Jackson county, Missouri.

Married:Almira Mesick April 22, 1855, San Bernardino, California (daughter of Peter I. Mesick and Maria Spencer, former pioneer July 27, 1847, James Brown company; latter died in New York state). She was born November 8, 1838, Leyden, Lewis county, New York.
Their children:
  1. Ammon born April 1, 1859, married Annie Peterson September 6, 1888;
  2. Cynthia Lois born November 25, 1860, married George Heslop November 1, 1880;
  3. Almira born March 11, 1862, died February 22, 1863;
  4. Henry Peter born June 3, 1863, married Robina Noyes November 5, 1890;
  5. George born April 22, 1865, married Charlotte I. Bartholomew December 16, 1891;
  6. William Hervey born September 28, 1867, married Mary Ann Bartholomew December 16, 1891;
  7. Albert born August 5, 1869, married Minerva Knight;
  8. Mary Ann born March 13, 1871, married Merlin J. Bartholomew;
  9. Edward S. born November 26, 1872, married Martha E. Aldous June 13, 1900;
  10. Harriet Ann born June 13, 1874, married Elias Peterson;
  11. Charles Lawrence born April 19, 1876, married Margaret Peterson;
  12. Benjamin F. born December 28, 1878, married Ellen Bartlett September 18, 1901;
  13. Emily Maria born October 5, 1880, married Jesse Fowers.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Presiding elder; president seventies; superintendent Sunday schools; missionary. Justice of peace; constable. Died April 23, 1911.

Sources:

Green, Ammon

(son of Ammon Green and Almira Mesick). Born April 1, 1859, Beaver, Utah.

Married:Annie Peterson September 6, 1888, Logan, Utah (daughter of Christian and Maren Peterson, who came to Utah 1875). She was born November 28, 1865, Ringsted, Soro amt, Tyvilsa, Denmark; and died November 21, 1910, West Weber, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Annie born July 11, 1889;
  2. Leonie born December 5, 1891;
  3. Bertha Marguerite born July 5, 1894;
  4. Ammon born September 26, 1896;
  5. Almira Flint born September 24, 1902.
Sources:

Green, John H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of William Green). Born in Worcestershire, England. Came to Utah 1849, Captain Clark company.

Married:Susannah Phillips 1834, Acton, England. (daughter of William Phillips), who was born October 1815.
Their children:
  1. Thomas;
  2. Ann;
  3. Charlotte;
  4. Robert, married Sarah Ann Harris;
  5. James;
  6. Elizabeth;
  7. Emma;
  8. Amelia;
  9. John H.;
  10. Alice Maud.

Family home Kaysville, Utah.

High Priest; bishop’s counselor. Farmer. Died April 16, 1886.

Warning

The current profile on familysearch looks like it needs a lot of cleanup. For example there are six marriages and the marriage to Susannah currently shows them haveing 17 children instead of the 10 listed above.

Sources:

Green Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of John H. Green and Susannah Phillips). Born April 4, 1842, Nauvoo. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Sarah Ann Harris January 2, 1865, Layton, Utah (daughter of Robert Harris and Hannah Maria Egles of Apperley Gloucestershire, England, pioneers 1850). She was horn June 11, 1845.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Maria born November 6, 1866, married James H. Gibbs February 4, 1886;
  2. Elizabeth Browett born April 22, 1867, married John W. Moss January 27, 1897;
  3. Ada Ann born March 4, 1869, married George Moss Jan, 5, 1893;
  4. Lucy Emma born November 28, 1870, married Edwin Williams December 25, 1888;
  5. Susannah born September 4, 1872, married David W. Morris January 3, 1895;
  6. John Robert born October 9, 1874;
  7. Daniel Milton born November 19, 1876, married Ella Clark 1902;
  8. James William born September 22, 1878;
  9. Joseph Albert h September 3, 1880, married Edna Evans December 19, 1907;
  10. Alice Elvira born April 27, 1882, married Joseph S. Morris December 24, 1902.

High councilor Malad stake; bishop’s counselor at Woodruff, Idaho. Farmer.

Sources:

Green, Peter C.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Christian Petersen Green, born 1789 and Elsie Jensen Bek, born February 2, 1789, both in Denmark). He was born March 1, 1827, in Denmark. Came to Utah September 26, 1862, oxteam company.

Married:Elsie Marie Bertlesen November 5, 1853, who died April 9, 1899.
Their children:
  1. Peter B. born February 4, 1864;
  2. Elsie Marie born April 26, 1866;
  3. Annie Josephine born March 31, 1868;
  4. Eliza Godelia born December 22, 1871.

Seventy; presiding teacher Plain City ward; high priest; bishop’s counselor 27 years.

Sources:

Green, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Kinyon Green of New Hampshire, and Nancy Austin of England). Born August, 1806, in New Hampshire; came to Utah September 19, 1847, Ira Eldredge company.

Married:Fanny Greely (daughter of Ezekiel and Annie Greely former pioneer September 19, 1847). She was born August 12, 1806, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Alvin born May 27, 1828, married Frances Gibson 1849;
  2. Austin G. born March 26, 1834, married Mary Ann Marchant 1858.
Sources:

Green, Austin G.

(son of Robert Green and Fanny Greely). Born March 26, 1834, in New York state.

Married:Mary Ann Marchant 1858.
Their children:
  1. Austin A, born December 18, 1860, married Sarah Hawkes;
  2. Oscar W. born April 10, 1862, married Christina Pool;
  3. Robert A. born February 8, 1864, married Hattie Shippen;
  4. Albert born October 7, 1865;
  5. Alma L. born January 3, 1870, married Meda Stephens;
  6. Amasa born January 2, 1872;
  7. Gilbert M. born February 4, 1874, married Eva Ballantyne;
  8. Justin M. born May 26, 1878, married Julina Ballantyne.

Farmer.

Sources:

Green, William

(son of James Green and Ann Mellows of Shelford, Nottinghamshire, England). Born March, 1803, at Shelford. Came to Utah with Christiansen handcart company.

Married:Harriet Hulet, who was born 1813.
Only child:
  1. John (stepson) born May 12, 1835, married Mary Partington December 26, 1857.

Family home Fountain Green, Utah.

Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Pioneer in irrigation.

Sources:

Green, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(stepson of William Green and son of Harriet Hulet). Born May 12, 1835, Lambly, Nottinghamshire, England. Came to Utah August 18, 1856, Philemon C. Merrill company.

Married:Mary Staford (Partington) December 26, 1857 (daughter of James Staford and Hannah Williams), who was born September 25, 1830, and came to Utah 1854.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Harriet born September 6, 1869, married James Green;
  2. William J. born November 3, 1861, married Margret A. Johnson May 20, 1880;
  3. John born December 11, 1863;
  4. Allace born January 14, 1865, married Isaac Huff November 24, 1881;
  5. Allen born January 14, 1866, died.
Married:Hephzibah Mathews November 11, 1866, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Mathews and Hephzibah Jarvis, who were married December 31, 1832, Radford, England, former pioneer October 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company, latter October 4, 1864, William S. Warren company). She was born February 10, 1844, Belston, Nottinghamshire, England.
Their children:
  1. John Henry born October 28, 1867;
  2. Mary Eliza born March 14, 1869;
  3. Charles Mathews born April 12, 1870, married Eva May Bailey December 25, 1899.
Married:Elizabeth Ann Willson January 16, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Willson and Allace Smith, Married February 9, 1869, St. Louis, Missouri). She was born November 8, 1859, at St. Louis.
Their children:
  1. George W. born January 20, 1880, married Sarah Ann A. Taylor January 24, 1908;
  2. Richard Edgar born November 20, 1881, married Nellie May Anderson September 2, 1908;
  3. Thomas Franklin born January 10, 1884;
  4. Wallace and Wilford born March 22, 1886;
  5. James Arthur born July 23, 1888;
  6. Frances Maud born December 9, 1890, married Edward Bailey July 28, 1909;
  7. Orson born March 8, 1893;
  8. Geneva Alice born September 24, 1898;
  9. Reah Harriet born March 10, 1903.

Families resided Fountain Green, Utah.

Served in Echo Canyon war; Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Pioneer in irrigation.

Sources:

Greene, Evan Molbourne

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852. Mayor of Provo, Utah.

(son of John Portineus Greene and Rhoda Young of New York, and Kirtland, Ohio). Born December 22, 1814. Aurelius, Cayuga county, New York. Came to Utah October 12, 1852, Allen Weeks company.

Married:Susan Kent August 29, 1835, in New York state (daughter of Daniel Kent and Nancy Young of Kirtland, Ohio, and New York state, latter pioneer September 26, 1857, William G. Young company). She, Susan Kent, was born April 3, 1816, in Vermont.
Their children:
  1. Emily Frances, died infant;
  2. Evan Flavius, married Mary E. Kennedy;
  3. Rhoda, married J. J. Bullock;
  4. Nancy Leonora, married Franklin W. Young;
  5. Susan Eveline, married Edmond Homer;
  6. Ann Eliza, died June 16, 1846;
  7. Melissa, married Edmond Homer;
  8. Louisa Lula, married Levi W. Richards;
  9. John Portineus, died March 3, 1852;
  10. Admanzah, died January 30, 1863;
  11. Jasper W., died infant;
  12. Daniel Kent, married Adaline Allen;
  13. Edwin M.
Married:Susie Platt April 12, 1889, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Platt and Betty Butterworth of Royton, Lancashire, England, latter pioneer 1868, Theron Spencer company). She was born October 13, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Platt born January 15, 1872, married Mary Ann Read;
  2. Zerviah Susie born January 28, 1874, married George Y. Smith;
  3. Melbourne Platt born October 26, 1876, married Eva Bertha Bennett;
  4. Elizabeth Fanny born April 28, 1879, died October 21, 1902;
  5. John Platt born June 15, 1881, married Effie Allsop.

Missionary to eastern states; patriarch, high councilor. Mayor of Provo two years; postmaster of Provo; member legislature four years; compiled book of laws for Utah territory; school teacher. Farmer; stockraiser; merchant. Died May 2, 1882, in Sevier County, Utah.

Sources:

Greene, Evan Flavius

(son of Evan M. Greene and Susan Kent). Born February 22, 1838, Kirtland, Ohio.

Married:Mary E. Kennedy March 17, 1873, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Kennedy and Sarah Warren of Tazewell county, Virginia former died in Indiana, latter came to Utah 1869). She, Mary E., was born July 14, 1843.
Her children by Milburn Whitt, former husband;
  1. Sarah born August 12, 1865, married Francis P. McNeil;
  2. Josephine born December 3, 1866, married Robert Hamilton;
  3. Reece B. born March 9, 1868, died aged 18.
Their children:
  1. Mary E. born January 15, 1874, married Frank P. Ellis;
  2. Susan Y. born March 19, 1876, married ____ Fennessy;
  3. Rachel M. born Jan, 19, 1878, died December 12, 1884;
  4. Hyrum S. (twin) born May 25, 1880, died infant;
  5. Rhoda M. (twin) born May 25, 1880, died infant;
  6. Evan Flavius born November 2, 1882, died aged 27.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High Priest; assistant Sunday school superintendent Springdale, Utah; ward teacher. Freighter; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Greenewald, Aaron

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Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of Jacob and Tina Greenewald of Germany). Born March 28, 1831, in Germany. Came to Utah April 6, 1865.

Married:Lena Lang October 12, 1856, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (daughter of Isaac Lang of Baden, Germany), who was born October 12, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Bertha, married Jacob E. Bamberger;
  2. Sarah, died;
  3. Lillie, married Joseph Oberndorfer;
  4. Jacob A., married Mildred Rheinstrom;
  5. Isadore and Clara, died.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hotel keeper and merchant.

Sources:

Greenewald, Jacob A.

(son of Aaron Greenewald and Lena Lang). Born August 1, 1866, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married:Mildred Rheinstrom June 1, 1908 (daughter of Edward Rheinstrom and Ida Lang of Portland, Oregon), who was born June 2, 1888.
Their children:
  1. Richard I. born June 6, 1909.

Family home Salt Lake City.

President Greenewald Furniture Company. Colonel 1st regiment Utah national guard; member Governor John C. Cutler’s staff 1904-08. Richard I. Greenewald, his first son, said to have been the first Jewish child born in Utah.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Abraham H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

Came from England to Utah 1853.

Married:Sarah Hope in England.
Their children:
  1. Jasic, died;
  2. Sarah;
  3. Ellen, married Hyram Bennett;
  4. Peter, married Mary Ann Fisher; married Jennette Stewart;
  5. Margaret, married Robert Fergeson;
  6. William, Abraham and Lizzie, died;
  7. Joseph, married Jane Adams;
  8. Jane, died.

Family home Meadow, Utah.

Block teacher; choir leader. Road supervisor; postmaster 20 years at Meadow. Farmer.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Abraham H. Greenhalgh and Sarah Hope). Born May 3, 1853, of the banks of the Mississippi river in Iowa. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Mary Ann Fisher 1872 at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Fisher and Hannah Stott of Meadow, Utah), who was born February, 1863, and died 1880.
Their children:
  1. Emma, married George Lamburn;
  2. Peter, married Anne Duncan;
  3. Mary, married Charles Smith;
  4. Hannah, married Wesley Barton.

Family home Meadow.

Married:Jennette Stewart May, 1882 (daughter of William Stewart and Jane Jenkins of Meadow).
Their children:
  1. Jane, married William Sutherland;
  2. Neil, married Hilda Swenson;
  3. Jennette, married Harry Hamburg;
  4. Rhoda, married Roy Aubry;
  5. Leona;
  6. Ruby;
  7. Luceil.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of William Greenhalgh, born 1790, and Margaret Hope, both of Leigh, Lancashire, England). Born March 1, 1830, at Leigh. Came to Utah October 24, 1854, William A. Empey company.

Married:Sarah Heald May 3, 1852 (daughter of Henry Heald and Margaret Milligan). She was born November 17, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Margaret born December 12, 1852, died infant;
  2. Lorenzo born August 28, 1853, died infant;
  3. William Henry born May 26, 1854, died infant;
  4. Peter born November 9, 1855, married Rebecca A. Welker September 29, 1881;
  5. Thomas Alma born November 28, 1857, married Josephine Krogne;
  6. Sarah Ann born April 1, 1860, died child;
  7. Catherine born May 1, 1862, died child;
  8. Mary Ellen born January 13, 1864, married David A. Nelson;
  9. Adelia born June 27, 1867, married Charles H. Hart;
  10. Franklin born July 13, 1870, married Frances Thomas.

Family home Willard, Utah, and Bloomington, Idaho.

Settled first at Willard, Utah; served in Echo Canyon war 1857; moved to Bloomington, Idaho, 1863. Served two years as 1st counselor to president of elders quorum at Willard; February 8, 1858, ordained a seventy and set apart a president of 59th quorum, which position he held until August 26, 1877, when he was ordained a high priest and set apart as a member of high council of Bear Lake stake, holding this position about 20 years; superintendent Bloomington Sunday school 1871-1909; choir leader 35 years. Director and secretary Bloomington Co-op, store 35 years. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Peter, Jr.

(son of Peter Greenhalgh and Sarah Heald). Born November 9, 1855, Willard, Utah.

Married:Rebecca A. Welker September 29, 1881, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James W. Welker and Annie Pugh, pioneers 1852). She was born January 24, 1864, at Willard.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Annie born June 17, 1882, married Christian Hansen September 6, 1900;
  2. Peter Asa born January 27, 1884, died;
  3. Leonard born September 12, 1886, married Annie M. Allen November 25, 1908;
  4. Elliot Severe born November 7, 1888;
  5. Adeline born June 6, 1891, married Hugh Stewart December 19, 1907;
  6. Alma W. born August 2, 1894;
  7. Glida born August 5, 1898;
  8. Elelyn Pearl born November 20, 1902.

Family home Wilford, Idaho.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of William Greenhalgh, born January 12, 1790 and Margret Greenhalgh, born February 10, 1792, both at Swinton, near Manchester, Lancashire, England). He was born January 15, 1821, Worsley, Lancashire. Came to Utah October 6, 1866, Joseph S. Rawlins company.

Married:Mary Morecroft September 26, 1847, Eccles, England. (daughter of James Morecroft and Hannah Downing of Macclesfield, near Manchester). She was born February 24, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann, married George Mace;
  2. Sarah, married James L. Newton;
  3. Martha, died;
  4. Abraham, married Maria Nelsena Henrichsen;
  5. Thomas, married Elizabeth Greenhalgh;
  6. Margaret Alice, married William Wallace Billings;
  7. William, married Jolley;
  8. Frances, died child;
  9. Ruth Elizabeth, married Charles S. Cram;
  10. George, married Elizabeth Mackleprang.

Family home Washington, Washington County, Utah.

Married:Harriet Wardle 1873 at Salt Lake City, who came to Utah 1872 from Lancashire, England.
Their children:
  1. Were Thomas John;
  2. Henry;
  3. Esther.

Home missionary England 1840-65. High priest and ward teacher. Settled first in Sugar House ward, Salt Lake City, moving to Washington, Utah, in 1867, where he took charge of weaving department of Brigham Young cotton factory. Died May 2, 1882.

Sources:

Greenhalgh, Abraham

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Thomas Greenhalgh and Mary Morecroft). He was born April 12, 1855, Manchester, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Maria Nelsena Henrichsen March 9, 1882, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Peter Henrichsen and Jacobine Ernst of Veile, Denmark, latter came to Utah July 12, 1872, Anthon H. Lund company). She was born January 18, 1862, came to Utah with mother.
Their children:
  1. Ernest Abraham born February 26, 1883, married Hazel Adams;
  2. Thomas Charles born October 14, 1884;
  3. Leo Morecroft born July 17, 1887;
  4. Earl Henrichsen born April 11, 1891;
  5. Erma Mary born February 28, 1896;
  6. Jacobine born January 30, 1801, died.

Worked in cotton mill under father at Washington, Utah; moved to Kanab, Utah, 1873, and to Provo 1875, where he worked in Provo Woolen Mills until 1895. Settled at Schofield, Utah, 1899, where he engaged in the mercantile business, serving also as postmaster 1901-09; justice of the peace; town councilman. President of deacons quorum; Sunday school and ward teacher; high priest; 2nd counselor in Schofield bishopric 1904-12, becoming first counselor January 17, 1912.

Sources:

Greenwood, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Robison Greenwood of Yorkshire, born 1782, and Elizabeth Cryer, born 1784, both at Burnley, England). He was born August 7, 1822, at Burnley. Came to Utah October 28, 1847.

Married:Alice Houghton May 30, 1843 (daughter of William Houghton), who was born May 1, 1823.
Their children:
  1. Joseph R. born March 16, 1844;
  2. Elizabeth born March 8, 1846;
  3. Benjamin Y. born February 9, 1846, married Jane Julian;
  4. Margaret A. born February 25, 1847, married James Carter;
  5. Alice born February 26, 1849, married Alfred Moyle;
  6. William born April 13, 1850, married Charlotte Wood;
  7. Samuel born March 3, 1852, married Ellen Julian;
  8. Jacob born February 26, 1853, married Melissa Snow;
  9. Alma born October 18, 1854, married F. M. Brown;
  10. Rachel born February 23, 1856, married Willaim H. Hunter;
  11. Jedediah M., married Barbara Boley;
  12. Mary E. born March 26, 1859, married Frank Herbert;
  13. Joshua born July 29, 1860, married Josephine Payne;
  14. Ruth born June 22, 1862, married James Gardner.
Married:Emma Julian January 1864, Salt Lake City.
Their child:
  1. William J. born January 30, 1865.
Married:Bertha C. L. Eyring March 22, 1864 (daughter of Edward C. Eyring and C. L. Von Blomberg), who was born June 12, 1836, in Germany.
Their children:
  1. Stephen born February 26, 1870;
  2. Bertha E. born April 20, 1872, married Perry Webster;
  3. Francis Charlotte born November 14, 1874;
  4. Abraham O. born February 6, 1877.

Family resided American Fork.

One of first conference clerks in LDS church in Utah. Active in manufacturing and building school houses. Member of first bishopric and first school teacher in American Fork. Pioneer surveyor of Utah county.

Sources:

Greenwood, Joshua

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Mayor of Fillmore, Utah.

(son of William Greenwood and Alice Houghton). Born July 29, 1860, at American Fork, Utah.

Married:Josephine Payne January 18, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Payne and Harriet McBride), who was born May 26, 1861, Fillmore, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Marian J. born October 24, 1883, married Louis Melville April 1905;
  2. Hattie E. born October 18, 1886, married C. A. Kimball June 10, 1907;
  3. Lucile E. born November 1, 1891;
  4. Norma M. born October 31, 1894;
  5. Ruth Afton born August 30, 1897;
  6. Evangeline born July 2, 1900.

Family home Fillmore and Nephi, Utah.

One of first graduates of Brigham Young University. Territorial deputy school commissioner; justice of peace; mayor; city attorney; county attorney; county treasurer; county superintendent of schools; probate judge; district attorney and at present judge fifth judicial district of Utah.

Sources:

Greenwood, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Greenwood and Sarah Hartley of Burnley, England, and Warsaw, Hancock county, Illinois). Born March 4, 1819, at Hepinstall, England. Came to Utah 1862, Benjamin Gardner company.

Married:Ann Hartley 1841 at Burnley (daughter of Barnard Hartley and Mary Beck of Burnley), who was born July 26, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Martha, died child;
  2. Sarah, married Isaac Turley 1861;
  3. Foster, died infant;
  4. Barnard Hartley, married Eunice Howd;
  5. William, married Matilda Stewart;
  6. Mary Ann, married Charles D. White May 4, 1875;
  7. Adam, married Henrietta Young;
  8. Nathan, married Alice Parkinson;
  9. Titus, married Edith Sidwell June 19, 1897;
  10. Rachel, died infant;
  11. Ruth, married William A. Twitchell.

Family home Beaver, Utah.

High Priest; missionary to Iron County, Utah, 1852-56; ward teacher. Road supervisor. Farmer. Died October 11, 1899 at Riverside, Millard County, Utah.

Sources:

Greenwood, Barnard Hartley

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Greenwood and Ann Hartley). Born September 9, 1849, at Warsaw, Illinois. Came to Utah July, 1852.

Married:Eunice Howd December 19, 1871, Beaver City, Utah (daughter of Simeon F. Howd and Lucinda Morgan former pioneer July 24, 1847, and latter September 1847). She was born August 8, 1862, at Beaver City.
Their children:
  1. Hartley born March 13, 1873, married Bertha Hawley;
  2. Rachel born June 6, 1875, married Wing Ence;
  3. Amelia born February 7, 1878, died infant;
  4. Adelia born February 7, 1878, died infant;
  5. Carlos B. born October 31, 1879, married Esther Stevenson;
  6. William Simeon born February 18, 1882, married Stena Christensen;
  7. Ernest Morgan born March 4, 1884, married Florence Reese;
  8. Ray Howd born June 8, 1886, married Hazel Cray;
  9. Lester Duane born May 3, 1888;
  10. Raleigh Vern born December 6, 1890;
  11. Rhoda Lucinda born March 5, 1895.

Family home Inverury, Utah.

High Priest; bishop Inverury ward 1882-1906. Sevier county selectman 1883-90; representative two terms in state legislature, 1896-99. Director in Elsinore Roller Mills Company, Sevier Valley Canal Company and Richfield Canal Company. Died June 27, 1906.

Sources:

Greenwood, Hartley

(son of Barnard Hartley Greenwood and Eunice Howd). Born March 13, 1873, at Beaver, Utah.

Married:Bertha Hawley September 6, 1893, Inverury, Utah (daughter of Asa Smith Hawley and Mary Beers of that place, former pioneer 1852, James Shaw company, latter 1848, Zera Pulsipher company). She was born June 21, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Mary Eunice born June 7, 1894;
  2. Jennie born December 4, 1898;
  3. Irene born April 24, 1899;
  4. Priscilla born June 3, 1901;
  5. Sylvia born March 4, 1905;
  6. Lavon born April 21, 1908.

Family home Inverury, Utah.

High Priest; bishop Inverury ward. Farmer.

Sources:

Greenwood, Carlos B.

Note

Carlos Greenwood’s birhtpalce of “Inverury” was known by that name from 1870 to 1940. It was renamed to Central and is 4 miles south of Richfield, Utah.

(son of Barnard Hartley Greenwood and Eunice Howd). Born October 31, 1879, Inverury, Utah.

Married:Esther Stevenson June 10, 1901, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Stevenson and Josephine Myers), who was born December 15, 1880, at Kersor, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Melba born February 14, 1906;
  2. Fern Josephine born January 11, 1907;
  3. Reed Barnard born November 10, 1908;
  4. Eunice Ileen born January 7, 1911.

Family home Inverury.

Missionary to southern states 1902-04; bishop Inverury ward 1906-11. Director Elsinore Canal Company; president Central Rural Telephone Company; vice-president Central Water Works Company. Farmer.

Sources:

Greer, Dixon Hamlin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of Nathaniel Hunt Greer, died 1855, and Nancy Ann Roberts of Georgia and Texas). Born April 16, 1834. Came to Utah September 10, 1865, Seth M. Blair company.

Married:Mary Sprouse in 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Sprouse and Catherine Handley of that place, pioneers 1854, Benjamin L. Clapp company). She was born 1839.
Their children:
  1. Nathaniel Dixon born 1868, married Sarah Howorth;
  2. Catherine born 1861, died infant.

Family resided Wallsburg and Provo, Utah.

Married:Harriet Camp Murphy in February 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Camp and Dianah Greer of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1860). She was born January 9, 1839.
Their children:
  1. John C. born February 15, 1864, married Annie Gardner;
  2. Dianah born February 1866, died infant;
  3. William born 1867, died 1891;
  4. Nancy born 1869, died child;
  5. Stephen born 1871, married Susa Gardner;
  6. Susie born 1873, died infant;
  7. Mark born 1875, died infant;
  8. Grace born 1877, married W. A. Nuttall;
  9. Willmirth born 1879, married William Boshard;
  10. Alice born 1881, married Mors S. Duffield.

Family home Wallsburg.

Left Mormon Grove on the Missouri river June 1856 with freight in company with his father; the father dying at Grasshopper Creek near Atchison, Kansas, he and brothers brought goods to Salt Lake City and set up a store at corner of 1st South and Main streets. School teacher at Heber, Utah, 1862, and at Wallsburg 1864; at latter place was first school trustee, organized first school district and built first school house, 1865.

Sources:

Gregory, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of John Gregory, born 1786 at Pitminster, Somersetshire, England, and Elizabeth Sylvester, born 1791). He was born November 30, 1826 at Pitminster. Came to Utah October 18, 1862.

Married:Mary Stevens November 12, 1854, who died September 15, 1862, near Fort Laramie, while en route to Utah.
Married:Selena Marshall January 2, 1863, Franklin, Idaho (daughter of Thomas Marshall and Sarah Good, pioneers September 26, 1856, Edmond Ellsworth and Daniel McArthur company). She was born February 22, 1844, Lintonhill, England.
Their children:
  1. Mary Levenia born October 17, 1863, married David Davis January 4, 1883;
  2. Sarah Selena born January 6, 1866, married Mark Porter December 3, 1884;
  3. Charlotte Maria born February 1, 1868, married M. H. Preece May 20, 1885;
      1. born March 17, 1872, and R. A. born September 28, 1873, died;
      1. born November 17, 1874, married L. M. Albiston November 20, 1895;
      1. born December 25, 1877, married J. R. Hansen April 19, 1900;
      1. born February 28, 1878, married H. Hatch September 20, 1888;
  4. George F. born April 19, 1880, married Delila Bright June 11, 1903;
      1. born July 16, 1882, married Mary Hawkeswood September 14, 1904;
  5. Amy L. born October 22, 1884, married A. Morrison March 8, 1906;
    1. Cirling born January 5, 1887;
  6. Evea Vonie born February 13, 1888, married J. Christofferson November 8, 1905.

Missionary. Settled at Franklin, Idaho, 1862. Died December 28, 1900.

Sources:

Gregory, George F.

(son of Robert Gregory and Selena Marshall). Born April 19, 1880, Cove, Utah.

Married:Delila Bright June 11, 1903, Logan, Utah (daughter of John Bright and Phoebe Smith). She was born March 16, 1884, at Lewiston, Utah.
Their children:
      1. born April 24, 1904;
      1. born July 1, 1905;
  1. Edith born December 31, 1906;
      1. born December 14, 1908;
      1. born April 28, 1910;
      1. born January 19, 1912.

Missionary to Missouri January 4, 1900, to March 26, 1902; member superintendency Cove and Mountain Home Sunday schools.

Sources:

Griffeth, Patison Deloss

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Judah Griffeth and Mariah Rockwell). Born January 3, 1824, in Orleans county, New York. Came to Utah October 1851, William H. Walton company.

Married:Elizabeth Carson April 20, 1841 (daughter of George Carson, born July 17, 1794, and Ann Hough, born June 27, 1794). She was born July 7, 1822.
Their children:
  1. Phebe Ann born February 9, 1847, married William Hyde;
  2. George A. born January 6, 1849, married Mary Thurman;
  3. Louisa E. born September 19, 1851, married Samuel Seamons;
  4. Lovina S. born February 19, 1854, married Edward Thurman;
  5. Marinda E. born March 7, 1857, married Henry Hobson;
  6. Urmina T. born January 12, 1860, married Heman Hyde;
  7. Mary M. born July 17, 1862, married Austin C. Hyde;
  8. Patison Deloss born March 2, 1867, died April 29, 1867.

Family home Hyde Park, Utah.

Counselor to Bishop William Hyde. Died May 11, 1901, Grover, Wyoming.

Sources:

Griffin, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854. Mayor of Richmond, Utah.

(son of Jemima Griffin of Birmingham, England). Born December 28, 1828, in Birmingham. Came to Utah in September, 1854, Job Smith company.

Married:Amanda Ellen Perkins October 19, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ute Perkins and Anna Warren, married February 18, 1835, Macedonia, Illinois pioneers September 17, 1860, Jonathan Foote company). She was born March 15, 1838, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Selina Ellen born July 26, 1857, married Franklin Gregson Robinson February 1, 1878;
  2. Thomas Fulton born February 15, 1860;
  3. Lodicy Ann born March 17, 1862, married William Herbert Leroy Olsten November 27, 1884;
  4. Julien Perkins born November 15, 1864, married Emma Kathrine Rainey October 12, 1887;
  5. Hortense Vilate born August 8, 1867, married James Isaac Shepard February 24, 1886;
  6. Anna Jemima born December 15, 1869;
  7. Orion Thomas born September 6, 1872;
  8. Ute Elon born March 10, 1876, married Millie Redford February 17, 1904.

Member acting teachers quorum under Bishop Tidwell at Richmond, Utah, 1863; president elders quorum; high priest; officer in Richmond Sunday school fifteen years. At annual exhibition of Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society at Salt Lake City in October 1856, was awarded silver medal for building first model steam engine in Utah territory; assisted in designing and making tools for manufacture of first firearms and nails in Utah. Left Salt Lake City and settled at Richmond in 1860, conducting a machine and blacksmith shop. Leader of Richmond Brass Band; Richmond city councilman 1884, 1890 and 1897; mayor of Richmond 1866, 1888, 1892, 1893, 1895 and 1903; commissioner of Cache county 1891; commissioned to locate university lands 1892; member federal grand jury at Salt Lake City 1901; school trustee. Director of Richmond Co-op, several years; administrator of estate of C. H. Monson.

Sources:

Griffin, William Hyrum

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William H. Griffin and Mary Pitts of Worcestershire, England). Born November 8, 1847, in Worcestershire. Came to Utah August 20, 1863, James R. Miller company.

Married:Elizabeth Trehern October 3, 1870 (daughter of James Trehern and Ann Holder), who was born November 9, 1840, and came to Utah in October 1865.
Their children:
  1. William Henry born January 11, 1872, married Lydia Ballard, 1897;
  2. Franklin T. born March 1, 1874, married Jennie Ballard, 1899;
  3. Bessie born March 17, 1877, married W. R. Ballard June 10, 1896.
Married:Elizabeth Clarke (daughter of Amos Clarke and Ann Thomas), who was born November 29, 1858, in North Wales
Their children:
  1. George Heber born April 20, 1886;
  2. Nettie Ann born December 14, 1886, married Pearl Jenkins 1909;
  3. Amos R. born May 7, 1891;
  4. David H. born July 20, 1894;
  5. Samuel H. born September 18, 1896;
  6. Lula Viola born June 24, 1898;
  7. Spencer G. born September 7, 1901.

Families reside Newton, Utah.

Bishop of Newton ward 1893-1904.

Sources:

Grimmett, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of George and Elizabeth Grimmett). Born January 5, 1827, in England. Came to Utah 1855.

Married:Sarah Passey (daughter of Thomas and Margret Passey), who was born June 24, 1818.
Their children:
  1. George born January 11, 1848;
  2. Orson born March 5, 1850, married Ella Bernely 1876;
  3. Rosina born February 20, 1852, married James W. O’Nell;
  4. Hyrum born January 6, 1854, married Emma A. Pomeroy October 14, 1875, married Hannah A. Sleight June 17, 1894;
  5. Sarah Jane born May 23, 1856, married Alfred W. Sparks;
  6. John Henry born May 23, 1856, married Louisa Nate.

Family resided Cedar Fort, West Jordan, Utah, and Bear Lake County, Idaho.

Sources:

Grimmett, Hyrum

(son of John Grimmett and Sarah Passey). Born January 6, 1854, Birmingham, England.

Married:Emma Adella Pomeroy October 9, 1875. Salt Lake City (daughter of Francis Martin Pomeroy and Irene Ursula Haskell, former came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born June 16, 1858. Provo, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum Alberto born January 24, 1877, married Annie McBride February 24, 1897;
  2. Rosa Ella born December 23, 1878, married Olen Ockerman;
  3. John Francis born June 15, 1880, married Bertha C. Benson;
  4. Chester Pomeroy born May 1, 1883;
  5. Sarah Emma Francelle born August 29, 1888, married W. W. Young.

Family resided Paris, Dingle, Blackfoot, Idaho, and Lander, Wyoming.

Married:Hannah Ann Sleight June 17, 1894. Dingle, Idaho (daughter of Thomas Sleight and Mary M. Wixom of Salt Lake City).
Their children:
  1. Fruel Arvina born November 14, 1895;
  2. Archibald Thomas born May 2, 1898;
  3. Wayne Waldo born December 21, 1899;
  4. Medora Alice born November 30, 1901;
  5. Gordon Edmund born April 14, 1901;
  6. June Estella born August 1, 1906;
  7. Juno Arvella born August 1, 1906;
  8. Norma Jane born July 31, 1910;
  9. Carma Mary born July 31, 1910.

Deputy sheriff of Bear Lake county 1891-92; deputy treasurer and assistant postmaster; postmaster at Bryan, Idaho 1896-1904. Justice of peace 1911-12.

Sources:

Grimmett, Hyrum Alberto

(son of Hyrum Grimmett and Emma Adelia Pomeroy). Born January 24, 1877, Dingle, Idaho.

Married:Annie C. McBride February 24, 1897 (daughter of James Oliver McBride and Elizabeth Christansen), who was born June 13, 1892, Hyrum, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Chester Alberto born November 1, 1898;
  2. Pearl Adella born December 17, 1900;
  3. Annie Ulilla born January 3, 1903;
  4. Violet Ella born March 23, 1906;
  5. Rosa May born June 23, 1907;
  6. Emma Mildred born July 30, 1910.

Family home Moreland, Idaho.

Sources:

Grimshaw, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Lawrence Grimshaw and Mary Duckworth of Accrington, Lancashire, England). Born June 12, 1811, at Accrington. Came to Utah September 26, 1863, Peter Nebeker company.

Married:Alice Whittaker in 1836 at Accrington (daughter of Lawrence and Mary Whittaker of Accrington). She was born December 28, 1809.
Their children:
  1. James, died Infant;
  2. Mary, died;
  3. Elizabeth;
  4. Duckworth born March 3, 1842, married Mary Jane Moyes;
  5. Susannah, died infant;
  6. Sarah Ann;
  7. Alice.

Family home Tottington. Lancashire, England.

High priest. Laborer. Died May 25, 1894, Beaver, Utah.

Sources:

Grimshaw, Duckworth

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of John Grimshaw and Alice Whittaker). Born March 3, 1842. Tottington, England. Came to Utah September 26, 1862, James Wareham company.

Married:Mary Jane Moyes April 4, 1867 (daughter of William Moyes and Mary Eastcott, married October 3, 1840, Ottraham, Cornwall, England, pioneers February 1858, San Bernardino company). She was born June 6, 1850.
Their children:
  1. John G. born March 15, 1868, married Mary Elizabeth Bradfield January 1, 1894;
  2. Elizabeth Alice born May 7, 1870, married Archie Fotheringham July 4, 1889;
  3. Mary Ann born August 19, 1872, married Josiah Rogerson May 4, 1894;
  4. Martha Jane born January 6, 1875, married William T. Rogerson February 6, 1895;
  5. Franklin born March 13, 1877;
  6. William Henry born May 12, 1879, married Mary May Hunter September 16, 1902;
  7. Ray born June 12, 1881;
  8. Ida born January 16, 1884;
  9. Lawrence born January 19, 1886, married Delia Parkinson March 18, 1908;
  10. May born May 1, 1888;
  11. Arnold born September 2, 1890, married Myrtle Hodges January 1, 1910;
  12. Randolph born December 28, 1893;
  13. George Whittaker born February 22, 1896.
Married:Ellen Muir April 12, 1887, St. George, Utah (daughter of John Walter and Grace Muir, married 1860, pioneers 1852, Captain Miller independent company). She was born February 12, 1855, Cedar City, Utah.
Their child:
  1. Thomas Duckworth born July 7, 1891.

Families reside at Beaver, Utah.

Assisted in organizing Sunday school at Beaver in June, 1865, and acted in the superintendency for same for twenty five years. Has been member of Beaver ward choir for forty-seven years and still acting member Beaver stake high council twenty-six years; clerk of high priest’s quorum a number of years. Worked on St. George temple 1874, and on Manti temple 1878. Ward teacher; home missionary. Black Hawk war veteran. City councilman 1881-82, and 1887-88; Beaver city treasurer 1908-09; school trustee; precinct justice 1905-06 and 1909-12.

Sources:

Groesbeck, John A.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Nicholas Groesbeck and Elizabeth Thompson of Springfield, Illinois). Born July 14, 1849, at Springfield. Came to Utah 1856.

Married:Ann D. Bringhurst 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Bringhurst and Ann Dillworth of Germantown, Pennsylvania, pioneers 1847). She was born August 14, 1854.
Their children:
  1. John A., married Tessie Clawson;
  2. Frank, married Nell Young;
  3. Clara, died;
  4. Louise, married E. V. McCune;
  5. Florence, married J. J. Cannon;
  6. Scott;
  7. Emma, married J. O. Nibley;
  8. Mark;
  9. Milton, died;
  10. Allen.

Seventy; missionary. Sheriff. Mining. Died 1905, Peru, South America.

Sources:

Groesbeck, John A. Jr.

(son of John A. Groesbeck and Ann D. Bringhurst). Born March 22, 1872, Salt Lake City.

Married:Tessie Clawson November 29, 1892. Salt Lake City (daughter of Hiram B. Clawson and Margaret Judd of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1849). She was born January 26, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Gay born September 26, 1895;
      1. born May 30, 1903;
  2. Katherine born April 3, 1906.

Family home Salt Lake City.

County treasurer four years. Merchant.

Sources:

Groesbeck, Nicholas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Harmon Groesbeck and Mary Bovee of Springfield, Illinois, and New York). Born September 6, 1819, Buskirk Bridge, Rensselaer county, New York. Came to Utah October 2, 1856, John Banks company.

Married:Elizabeth Thompson March 25, 1841, Springfield, Illinois. (daughter of John A. Thompson and Ruth Peterson), who was born August 16, 1820.
Their children:
  1. Nicholas H. born April 27, 1842, married Rhoda Sanderson December 16, 1862;
  2. Stephen W. born September 18, 1844, died September 24, 1846;
  3. William born January 17, 1847, married Elenor Pack November 2, 1867;
  4. John A. born July 14, 1849, married Ann D. Bringhurst February 27, 1871;
  5. Helen M. born February 7, 1852, married John Morgan October 24, 1868;
  6. Hyrum born July 19, 1854, married Ann E. Maycock February 28, 1878;
  7. Josephine born October 13, 1857, married John H. Smith April 4, 1877;
  8. Samuel S. born July 14, 1860, married Josephine Pettit December 14, 1882;
  9. Joseph S. born December 18, 1864, married Sarah A. Blood March 24, 1887;
  10. James T., died.
Married:Elizabeth McGregor in 1857 at Salt Lake City.

Families resided at Salt Lake City.

High Priest; missionary to England 1875. Had charge of eastern division of Young Express company March to December, 1857. Salt Lake City councilman one term. Capitalist. Died June 29, 1884.

Sources:

Groesbeck, Nicholas H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Nicholas Groesbeck and Elizabeth Thompson). Born April 27, 1842, Springfield, Illinois. Came to Utah October 2, 1856.

Married:Rhoda Sanderson December 16, 1862, Springville, Utah (daughter of John and Rebecca Sanderson, pioneers 1861, David H. Cannon company). She was born December 15, 1846, at Farsley, near Leeds, England.
Their children:
  1. Nicholas H. born January 12, 1864, died December 24, 1865;
  2. John Sanderson born March 11, 1866, married Nettle Kerr February 2, 1893;
  3. Rhoda R. born November 16, 1868, married H. M. Dougall;
  4. Elizabeth M. born July 10, 1871, died March 8, 1872;
  5. Mary born August 7, 1873, married M. W. Bird;
  6. Sarah born March 10, 1876, married A. O. Packard;
  7. George W. born April 29, 1878, married Emma Worsencroft;
  8. Louisa born August 31, 1880; died June 6, 1881;
  9. Phillip E. born June 5, 1883, married Dora A. Novacovich September 6, 1908;
  10. Ralph Amos born March 6, 1886.
Married:Cornelia Melissa Sanford June 28, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ira Sanford, pioneer of 1862, and Susan Clark). She was born August 11, 1849, Augusta, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. William Jesse born September 3, 1870, married Hila McKenzie April 12, 1893;
  2. Cornelia E. born July 18, 1873, married Clarence Snow September 5, 1900;
  3. Abby born October 21, 1875;
  4. Susan born July 23, 1879, married P. M. Kelly June 8, 1905;
  5. Marion born July 22, 1881;
  6. Edgar born September 14, 1883, died same date;
  7. Josephine born September 30, 1884;
  8. Helen Mar born December 18, 1886, married Ben Carlisle December 12, 1906.
Married:Katherine Houtz July 21, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob Houtz, pioneer 1847, John Taylor company, and Bridget Daley). She was born October 6, 1862, Springville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Jacob M. born December 11, 1884, married Berdena Rothwell August 16, 1907;
  2. Katherine born November 8, 1886;
  3. Karl M. born August 1, 1888, married Helen E. Ruff February 1, 1910;
  4. Eunice born March 2, 1892, died March 17, 1892. Families reside Springville, Utah.

Engaged in mercantile business at Springville 1863-69; assisted in opening up Flagstaff mine in Little Cottonwood mining district 1870. Missionary to eastern states 1872, and to New Zealand 1880-82.

Sources:

Groesbeck, Hyrum

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Nicholas Groesbeck and Elizabeth Thompson). Born July 19, 1854, Springfield, Illinois. Came to Utah October 2, 1856.

Married:Ann Elizabeth Maycock February 28, 1878. Salt Lake City (daughter of John Maycock and Helen Leslie of Springville, Utah, pioneers 1852). She was born August 23, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum born December 21, 1879, married Lena Badger, married Lue Emma Stephenson;
  2. Leslie born December 24, 1881, married Hazel A. Calder;
  3. Ethel E. born February 10, 1884;
  4. George M. born August 11, 1886, married Lucile C. Clinton;
  5. Roy born May 10, 1889;
  6. Nicholas Mack born February 7, 1893, died October 6, 1907.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High priest. Custodian of Salt Lake City street department property. Executor of his father’s estate.

Sources:

Grover, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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(son of Thomas Grover and Polly Spaulding of Whitehall, Washington county, New York). Born July 22, 1807, Whitehall, New York. Came to Utah October 3, 1847, Charles C. Rich company.

Married:Caroline Whiting 1828 (daughter of Nathaniel Whiting and Caroline Young), who was born in 1809, and died at Nauvoo, Illinois, 1841.
Their children:
  1. Jane born March 30, 1830, married James Stewart 1848;
  2. Emeline born July 30, 1831, married Charles C. Rich 1846;
  3. Mary E. born 1832, married William Simmons 1848, married David Robinson;
  4. Adeline born February 1834, married Phineas Daley 1854;
  5. Caroline born 1836, married John Heath 1855;
  6. Eliza Ann born March 3, 1839, married William Simmons, married Wyman M. Parker;
  7. Emma born January 1841, died infant.

Family home Nauvoo, Illinois.

Married:Caroline Eliza Nickerson (Hubbard) February 20, 1841, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Freeman Nickerson and Huldah Chapman, of Nauvoo, Illinois, pioneers September 24, 1850, Jackson Stewart company). She was born June 26, 1808.
Their children:
  1. Percia Cornelia born 1842, married Stephen I. Bunnell;
  2. Marshall Hubbard, married Belle Orr;
  3. Leonard, died Infant;
  4. Data, died child.
Married:Hannah Tupper December 17, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Silas Tupper and Hannah Ladd of Nauvoo, Illinois.) She was born March 23, 1823, at Parishville, New York.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born 1846, married Elizabeth Heiner, married Louise Picton, married Annie B. Saunders;
  2. Hannah;
  3. Joel, married Mary Asenath Richards;
  4. Pauline, married Charles A. Brown;
  5. Jedediah Morgan Grant, married Eliza Bigler, married Emma Blackburn, married Nettie Lazenby.
Died in infancy or early childhood:
  1. James;
  2. Evelyn;
  3. Hyrum Smith;
  4. Silas;
  5. Josephine;
  6. Jerome;
  7. Maria Louisa;
  8. Ezra;
  9. John Ladd;
  10. Charles Coulson Rich.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Married:Lodoiska Tupper 1846, Nauvoo temple (daughter of Silas Tupper and Hannah Ladd, latter pioneer 1853). She was born May 22, 1829; came to Utah October 12, 1847, Charles C. Rich company, driving an oxteam across plains.
Their children:
  1. Lucy, married David A. Sanders;
  2. Moroni, died Infant;
  3. Jacob, married Anna Smith;
  4. Napoleon, married Armelia Bigler;
  5. Edward Partridge, married Fannie Clawson;
  6. Inez, died aged eight years;
  7. Don Carlos, died infant.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Walker 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of John William Walker and Elizabeth Coleman of England, latter a pioneer October 1855, Edmund Ellsworth handcart company). She was born October 17, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Clara, died child;
  2. Walter L., married Celia Millard;
  3. Nettie, died child;
  4. Zeruah, married Thomas Poulton;
  5. Enoch, married Amber Call;
  6. Pollie, married Lorenzo Smith;
  7. Alma Fredrick and Samuel, died in childhood;
  8. Lafayette, married Ella Parkinson.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Married:Emma Walker in 1867 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry Walker), who was born March 16, 1837, Bristol, England. Came to Utah with Edmund Ellsworth handcart company, September 26, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Keturah born May 8, 1868, married W. L. Flint June 1877;
  2. Rosella born March 1860, married Henry Simpson 1876;
  3. Henry A. born April 12, 1862, married Esther born Smith October 18, 1886;
  4. Amy Blanche born 1864, died infant;
  5. Vernisha born November 1866, married Ira Poulton 1886;
  6. William Frank born March 1868, married Lettie Pierce;
  7. Abner and David, died in childhood;
  8. Albert Isaiah born June 7, 1874, married Hortense Hess.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Member of first high council held at Nauvoo; lifeguard of Joseph Smith; assisted in burial obsequies of martyrs Joseph and Hyrum; missionary to eastern states, 1844, and 1870; member of Davis stake high council. Probate judge Davis county two terms; member Utah state legislature at Fillmore. Farmer. Died February 19, 1886, Farmington.

Sources:

Grover, Thomas

(son of Thomas Grover and Hannah Tupper). Born November 17, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah October 3, 1847, Charles C. Rich Company.

Married:Elizabeth Heiner February 10, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of Martin Heiner and Adelgunda Deitzel of Morgan, Utah). She was born April 4, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Martin born November 27, 1866, married Isabel Hogg;
  2. Evelyn Maria born September 3, 1868, married William Worlton;
  3. Hannah born November 26, 1870;
  4. Adelgunda born June 7, 1873, married Alfred J. Hemming;
  5. Daniel Wells born April 8, 1876, married Martha May Rich;
  6. Pauline Elizabeth born November 25, 1878;
  7. Freeman Tupper born August 6, 1882.

Family resided Morgan and Nephi, Utah.

Married:Louisa A. Picton December 1877, St. George, Utah (daughter of James Picton and Jane Phillips of England, pioneers 1852). She was born August 20, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Ethel born February 6, 1879, married George Wheaton;
  2. Louisa Winnette born March 26, 1880, married Daniel A. Robinson;
  3. Rosetta born August 24, 1882;
  4. James Picton born June 14, 1884, married Lottie Robison;
  5. Fanny Joyce born May 5, 1887, married Howard Thackray;
  6. Ellen Genevieve born June 21, 1889;
  7. Lilian born February 11, 1891;
  8. Pearl born November 11, 1894;
  9. Lula born December 3, 1896.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married:Annie B. Saunders 1885, Logan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Annie May born 1886;
  2. Charles born 1889;
  3. Jerald born 1902.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

President 35th quorum seventies; missionary to The Muddy 1868-71; ordinance worker in Logan temple 1885; ward teacher; Sunday school teacher; high priest. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Constable Nephi, Utah. Member Captain Burton company during Morrisite war. Stone mason; farmer; blacksmith.

Sources:

Grover, Walter L.

Note

Mayor of Garland, Utah.

(son of Thomas Grover and Elizabeth Walker). Born December 25, 1860, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Cella Millard January 18, 1883, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Radford Millard and Kathryne Richard of Farmington, pioneers October 1863, Joseph W. Young company). She was born June 16, 1862.
Their children:
  1. George Fredrick born January 8, 1884, married Mary Vilate Clayton;
  2. Walter Leslie born June 21, 1886, married Thorburn Murie;
  3. Mary born April 22, 1888, married Thomas W. Innes August 21, 1912;
  4. Alice born September 24, 1889, married J. C. Jensen September 26, 1912;
  5. James Millard born February 27, 1891;
  6. Thomas Odell born June 30, 1896;
  7. Leland Raleigh born May 10, 1899;
  8. Preston Legrand born November 21, 1900;
  9. Edna Kathryne born September 10, 1907.

Family home Garland, Utah. Pioneer of Bear river valley. Presiding elder and bishop, Garland ward 1894-1909; member Bear River stake high council. Elected mayor of Garland November 8, 1911. Merchant.

Sources:

Grover, Henry A.

(son of Thomas Grover and Emma Walker). Born April 12, 1862, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Esther Beart Smith October 18, 1885, Farmington, Utah (daughter of Alkanah J. Smith, and Mary Bade Fulcher of England). She was born April 9, 1869, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Henry Abner born June 6, 1886, died infant;
  2. Royal Andrew born August 6, 1888, married Minnie I. Larson 1907;
  3. Mary Emma born March 31, 1890, died August 13, 1891;
  4. David Smith born November 19, 1891;
  5. Thomas born February 16, 1894;
  6. Ester B. born June 10, 1898, died same day;
  7. Ella Spaulding born October 8, 1900;
  8. Birdie Marie born November 19, 1904;
  9. George Albert born March 31, 1908;
  10. Roscoe born September 24, 1909, died in infancy.

Family home Parker, Idaho.

Missionary to southern states and to England; president 113th quorum seventies; high councilor Yellowstone stake.

Sources:

Grow, Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851. Prominent architect and builder. Among the buildings he erected in Salt Lake City were Social Hall, Mormon Tabernacle 1865-1867, Salt Lake Theater, ZCMI, 1868, Assembly Hall 1877.

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(son of Henry Grow and Mary Riter of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Born October 1, 1817, at Norristown, near Philadelphia, and came to Utah October 1, 1851, with James Cummings company.

Married:Mary Moyer 1834 (daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Moyer). She was born in 1818.
Their children:
  1. Maria L. born September 10, 1837, married Samuel Worthen April 27, 1856;
  2. Charles M. born January 6, 1840, married Elizabeth Langlois January 26, 1863;
  3. William M. born May 30, 1842, married Esther Coffin July 2, 1866;
  4. George W. born September 10, 1845;
  5. John W. born December 21, 1848; married Cathrine McKay November 8, 1869;
  6. Ann Grow born December 16, 1851, married Henry Smith June 21, 1869;
  7. Elizabeth born January 30, 1854, married Iowa Hall February 8, 1870.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Julia M. Veach April 17, 1858, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Veach and Nancy Ann Elliott of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, pioneers October 1, 1851). She was born March 10, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Theodore M., married Sadie Stuart;
  2. Sylvester Veach born August 29, 1861, married Matilda Ann Smith and Hanna Michelson;
  3. Mary Ann, married Walter Worthen;
  4. Julia Ellen, married Andrew Leonard;
  5. George Elliot, married Rose Griffiths;
  6. Amelia, married John Dobbs;
  7. Walter V., married Belle Bryson;
  8. Maud Rose, married Will Lowrie;
  9. William Henry, married Elizabeth Adams;
  10. Sarah Elizabeth, married Ora Maddi;
  11. Otto Sylvanus, married Phebe Argil;
  12. Eugene Parnell, married Lillie Habish;
  13. Frank V., died;
  14. Marco Bartlett, married Selma Fernstrom.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Served as bishop of 19th ward, Salt Lake City. Prominent architect and builder. Among the buildings he erected in Salt Lake City were Social Hall, Mormon Tabernacle 1865-1867, Salt Lake Theater, ZCMI, 1868, Assembly Hall 1877; also built first suspension bridge in Utah, 1863, across Ogden river; the first sugar factory in Utah, 1854, at Sugar House; built several saw mills for President Young in 1855; the first woolen mills, 1859; the first suspension bridges over the Jordan and Weber rivers, 1861; and completed the New Deseret Paper Mills, the first in Utah, in 1883. Missionary to Pennsylvania 1876. City councilman Salt Lake City 1870-76. Played in the first martial band in Salt Lake City. Died November 4, 1891.

Sources:

Grow, William M.

(son of Henry Grow and Mary Moyer). Born May 30, 1842, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Married:Esther Coffin July 2, 1865, at Huntsville, Utah (daughter of William B. Coffin and Abigail Starbuck, latter a pioneer October 3, 1862, Harmon Cutler company. She was born August 15, 1844, Richmond, Indiana.
Their children:
  1. Mary Abigail born March 27, 1866, married Joseph H. Owen August 15, 1883;
  2. William N. born September 8, 1867;
  3. James A. born March 16, 1872, married Maud Hays December 1892;
  4. David H. born November 19, 1873, married Mary Luette Rawson October 1893;
  5. Jesse M. born October 22, 1876, married Christa Edith Empey October 1900;
  6. Horace I. born August 8, 1877, married Rosella Rounds March 7, 1900;
  7. Cyrus L. born March 10, 1879, married Cecilia Yittings June 1899;
  8. Charles E. born November 30, 1882;
  9. Esther E. born April 16, 1885, married L. C. Poulter September 6, 1911.

Assisted in locating Huntsville, Utah. In 1867 moved to western Oregon and on the way assisted in making the first brick manufactured at Boise City, Idaho; later engaged in freighting from Umatilla, Oregon, to mines of northern Idaho. Returned to Huntsville, Utah, 1871 and moved to Ammon, near Idaho Falls, Idaho, in 1880. Farmer.

Sources:

Grow, John W.

(son of Henry Grow and Mary Moyer). Born December 21, 1848, in Platte county, Missouri.

Married:Cathrine McKay November 8, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William McKay and Ellen Oman, pioneers 1856, Captain James Brown company). She was born May 1, 1851, at Thurso, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Lena Faverett born September 2, 1871;
  2. John M. born June 26, 1874, married Amelia Wangsgaard October 18, 1895;
  3. Mary Janett born September 1, 1876, married John Halls February 14, 1895;
  4. David Henry born November 8, 1878, married Mary Lofgreen February 22, 1906;
  5. Charles Isaac born November 3, 1880, married Adelia Abbot September 6, 1910;
  6. William Angus born June 17, 1883;
  7. Cathrine Rosel born April 3, 1886;
  8. Arthur W. born September 16, 1887, married Ella Thurston November 26, 1909;
  9. Lorin M. born September 16, 1889;
  10. Clarence Oman born October 1, 1891;
  11. Isabell born June 15, 1894.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Member of bishopric of Huntsville ward.

Sources:

Grow, Sylvester Veach

(son of Henry Grow and Julia M. Veach). Born August 29, 1861, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Matilda Ann Smith December 21, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Mary Smith of Huntsville, Utah, formerly of England). She was born May 2, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Julia Ellen born August 21, 1881, married Christian Peterson;
  2. Mary Ann born September 2, 1882, married George Gwilliams;
  3. Sadie M. born May 25, 1884, married Sam Slater;
  4. Henry born November 29, 1885, married Ruth Halls;
  5. Sylvester born February 4, 1889;
  6. Ethel born August 16, 1887, died;
  7. Amelia born August 24, 1891, married Levi Walker;
  8. Theodore born February 21, 1892, died.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Married:Hanna Michelson January 29, 1896, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Michelson and Alberta Agnes Lasson of Huntsville, Utah, who came to Utah from Denmark, arriving in June 1880). She was born October 7, 1869.
Their children:
  1. Veach C. born October 11, 1896;
  2. Theo Matilda born April 30, 1898;
  3. Parnell born February 24, 1900;
  4. Wayne J. born April 30, 1902;
  5. Nevil Leo born April 24, 1904;
  6. Samuel Elmo born November 20, 1906;
  7. Sylva Johanna born October 10, 1908.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Ward teacher. County game warden six years; deputy game commissioner two years; representative to state legislature. Farmer and sheepman.

Sources:

Grundvig, Frantz Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of Frederik H. Grundvig and Katherine Maria Frandsen of Jutland, Denmark). Born March 27, 1836. Came to Utah in 1865, Miner G. Atwood company.

Married:Jensenia Hostmark in 1857, Copenhagen, Denmark. She was born March 26, 1837, and was captured by Indians while crossing the plains and has never since been heard from.
Their only child:
  1. Severin Holger, born March 27, 1858, and Married Catherine Alfina Palmer.

High priest; missionary to Norway 1863-64. First settled in Salt Lake and afterward in Cottonwood, Richfield and Fayette, Utah; later he moved to Wellington, Utah.

Sources:

Grundvig, Severin Holger

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Frantz Christian Grundvig and Jensenia Hostmark). Born March 27, 1858 at Copenhagen, Denmark. Came to Utah 1866.

Married:Catherine Alfina Palmer in 1883 (daughter of Abram Whitney Palmer and Huldah Catherine Hill of Ogden and Fayette, Utah). She was born September 8, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Severin Francis born March 7, 1884, married Beatrice Adella Pinegar;
  2. Orville Abram born February 14, 1886;
  3. Abram born February 14, 1886;
  4. Reuben born November 20, 1887, died;
  5. William Earl born January 2, 1889;
  6. Don Carlos born November 29, 1890;
  7. Joseph Taylor born March 29, 1893;
  8. Lenard Allen born May 31, 1895;
  9. Lester Oron born July 26, 1897;
  10. Daniel Richard born November 25, 1899;
  11. Alfina Charlottie born December 10, 1901;
  12. Inez Catherine born September 1, 1904;
  13. Laura Jensenia born June 26, 1907;
  14. Ruby Delilah born March 6, 1911.

Moved from Fayette to Wellington, Utah, 1888. Ward teacher; counselor in presidency of YMMIA; choir leader; Sunday school teacher. Constable. Farmer.

Sources:

Gudmundson, Samuel

(son of Gudmund Sommundson, born December 27, 1804, and Mary Olsen, born July 29, 1805, both at Kurtsoe, Tellimarken, Norway). Born May 13, 1831, at Kurtsoe. Came to Utah in early days.

Married:Ellen Marie Mork July 1861.
Their children:
  1. Samuel T. born July 29, 1862, married Mary K. Birchinall April 17, 1907;
  2. Emma M. born July 18, 1864, married Bertrand A. Tanner;
    1. Amalia born February 18, 1866, married J. M. Wilson;
  3. Nephi born January 26, 1868.

Family resided at Fairview and Springville, Utah.

Married:Inger Anntina Olsen May 16, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans and Gunhilda Olsen), who was born February 6, 1851, at Skein, Norway.
Their children:
  1. Heber G. born October 6, 1870, married Lucy Nielson;
  2. Mary J. born October 12, 1872, married John D. Childs;
  3. Myron A. born April 3, 1874, married Abbie Chase;
  4. Octavius F. born May 7, 1876, married Anna Mae Clark November 1906;
  5. Gunhilda E. born March 7, 1878, married Parley B. Burt;
  6. Moses S. born September 16, 1879, married Erma Crandall;
  7. Inga M. R. born July 20, 1881, married Albert J. Knudseri November 1905;
  8. Bessie E. born May 13, 1883, married Heber O. Hale December 1905;
  9. Erma L. born April 25, 1886, died aged 5.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Missionary to Norway 1867; conference president at Christiania. Indian war veteran. One of first settlers of Fairview 1863.

Sources:

Gudmundson, Samuel T.

(son of Samuel Gudmundson and Ellen Marie Mork). Born July 29, 1862, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary K. Birchinall April 17, 1907, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Kelly and Honora Meagher, both of whom died in New York). She was born November 29, 1868, at New York City.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Served in all the degrees of priesthood to high priest.

Sources:

Gull, John

(son of William Gull, born August 11, 1811, and Sarah Bryant, born August 9, 1809, both at Caples, St. Marys, Suffolk, England, married August 4, 1831). He was born November 20, 1832, at Caples. Came to Utah December 6, 1864, William Darling freight train.

Married:Elizabeth J. Skeets April 6, 1867 (daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Skeets, who were married 1827 at Bentley, Suffolk, England). She was born October 8, 1838, and died in England.
Only child:
  1. John P. born July 27, 1859, married Elizabeth J. Bills April 9, 1884.
Married:Harriet Pennell November 8, 1861, Holbrook, England. (daughter of Shadrach Pennell and Hannah Farthern, married 1827 at Holbrook). She was born October 8, 1843, at Holbrook.
Married:Mary A. Nickerson April 1866 (daughter of Levi Nickerson and Mary A. Nyrman, pioneers 1851), who was born August 6, 1862.
Only child:
  1. Emma Jane born 1867, married Mr. Gates 1885.
Married:Charlotte Griddle January 12, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry Criddle and Mary Bull married June 22, 1837, at West Buckland, England, pioneers October 1, 1866, Joseph S. Rawlins company). She was born November 21, 1847, in Somersetshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Harriet E. born April 17, 1868, married F. H. Stewart;
  2. William H. born July 2, 1869, married Bessa A. Adams;
  3. George A. born March 26, 1871;
  4. Mary J. born February 23, 1873, married R. A. Cowley;
  5. Charles R. born December 21, 1874, married Martha Martin;
  6. Albert E. born May 17, 1877, married Martha A. Adams;
  7. Harry A. born September 10, 1879, married Emma Stewart;
  8. Sarah L. born December 28, 1881;
  9. Joseph B. (twin) born September 25, 1883;
  10. Hyrum B. (twin) born September 25, 1883, married Lula Duncan;
  11. Jesse A. born October 4, 1886;
    1. Leonard born March 7, 1889;
    1. Ezra born May 13, 1891.

Family home Meadow, Utah.

Missionary to England; church teamster bringing immigrants to Utah 1866.

Sources:

Gunnell, Francis Wilson

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Christopher and Ann Gunnell of England). Born March 3, 1831, Houghton, Nottinghamshire, England. Came to Utah October 29, 1849, Ezra T. Benson company.

Married:Polly Ann Edwards July 24, 1851 (daughter of Essias Edwards), who was born October 25, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Francis Chruther born August 4, 1853, married Sarah Ann Owen December 23, 1872;
  2. Sarah E. born October 16, 1855, married Louis Howell;
  3. Ann E. born March 12, 1858, married Dan Walters;
  4. Mary born March 14, 1860, died July 8, 1860;
  5. Charlie born September 8, 1861, married Sarah Ann Brown February 23, 1882.

Family home Wellsville, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Bickmore April 7, 1859, Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac Bickmore and Martha Hawley), who was born May 31, 1842.
Their children:
  1. John born February 18, 1861, died April 6, 1861;
  2. Martha born December 14, 1862, married Joseph Lloyd July 3, 1879;
  3. George born March 9, 1865, married Janet Hill December 13, 1883;
  4. Polly Ann born July 12, 1867, married John Darley December 23, 1885;
  5. Jemima born October 2, 1869, married Thomas W. Hall January 20, 1886;
  6. Printha born January 8, 1872, married Daniel Leroy Hill January 16, 1890.
Married:Esther Lewis July 2, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Lewis), who was born November 18, 1848, in Wales.
Their children:
  1. Thomas L. born June 18, 1865, married Sarah Poppleton January 6, 1886;
  2. Mary Catherine born July 16, 1867, married Daniel G. Hill December 13, 1883;
  3. Franklin L. born October 7, 1869, married Mary E. Hill November 30, 1892;
  4. Zina born April 20, 1873, married Robert H. Maughan June 7, 1893;
  5. Lionel born April 20, 1873, died July 17, 1893;
  6. Laura born March 11, 1876, married Thomas Williamson January 12, 1898;
  7. Evan born March 1, 1878, died July 17, 1893;
  8. David born April 7, 1882;
  9. Nora born September 27, 1884, married Henry Brezze, January 27, 1904;
  10. Maggie born April 18, 1886, died same day.
Married:Emma Jeffs (daughter of William Jeffs and Mary Ann Ashard, married 1848, Birmingham, England, pioneers 1852). She was born October 5, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Emeline born January 24, 1873, married Robert Brown January 16, 1895;
  2. William J. born July 7, 1875, married Mary Bailey December 5, 1901, married Annie Poppleton April 27, 1910;
  3. Peter J. born June 6, 1878, married Olive Ward June 6, 1907;
  4. Llewellyn born December 18, 1880, married Sarah Hawkins December 14, 1910;
  5. Sarah Elizabeth born July 1, 1883, married Orson Bailey March 8, 1905.

Family home Wellsville, Utah.

Married:Jane Baxter April 7, 1869 (daughter of Robert Baxter and Jane Love, married January 10, 1848,’ Greenock, Scotland, pioneers September 26, 1855, Richard Ballantyne company). She was born October 31, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Robert B. born September 28, 1870, married Agnes Kerr March 1893;
  2. Ezra B. born March 10, 1872, married Mary Mitton March 8, 1898;
  3. Essie May born May 17, 1876, died February 28, 1877;
  4. Archibald B. born October 31, 1877, married Maude Parke February 8, 1905;
  5. Parley B. born October 12, 1880, married Eva Haslem March 1905;
  6. Joseph B. born August 7, 1883, married Alice Redford December 19, 1906;
  7. Preston B. born February 28, 1886.

Settled in Cache Valley, Utah, September 16, 1856; first school teacher and first choir leader there, and associated with William Maughan in first mail contract for that valley, carrying mail from Brigham City. First agent of Utah Northern railway at Mendon. Agent for care of church property in Cache Valley. Home in later life, Rexburg, Idaho, where he died October 20, 1889.

Sources:

Gunnell, Franklin L.

(son of Francis Wilson Gunnell and Esther Lewis). Born October 7, 1869, Wellsville, Utah.

Married:Mary E. Hill November 30, 1892, Logan, Utah (daughter of William J. Hill, pioneer September 1853, and Georgiana Ensign). She was born November 21, 1874, at Wellsville.
Their child:
  1. Maud born February 16, 1898.

Family home Wellsville.

Missionary to England 1905-07; set apart bishop Wellsville ward July 26, 1909. One of organizers and vice-president of Wellsville City Bank. City councilman of Wellsville four years. Farmer and stockraiser in early life.

Sources:

Gunnel, Archibald B.

(son of Francis Wilson Gunnell and Jane Baxter). Born October 31, 1877, Wellsville, Utah.

Married:Maude Parke February 8, 1906, Logan, Utah (daughter of I. H. Parke and Hannah Dover), who was born July 8, 1878, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Essie P. born January 9, 1909
  2. Merrill P. born September 19, 1907;
  3. Gerald A. P. born October 1, 1909.
Sources:

Gurr, Enoch Eldridge

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of James and Sarah Gurr, of England). Born July 29, 1813, in Sussex, England. Came to Utah April 1857, Ezra Curtis company.

Married:Ruth Buckman in Australia (daughter of Jas. Buckman and Susanna Price of that country), who was born September 23, 1809.
Their children:
  1. William;
  2. Mary;
  3. James;
  4. Susanna;
  5. Sarah;
  6. Peter;
  7. Reuben.

Family home Benjamin, Utah.

High priest. Farmer.

Sources:

Gurr, Reuben

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of Enoch Eldridge Gurr and Ruth Buckman). Born December 29, 1849, in Australia. Came to Utah 1857 with father.

Married:Elyadie Miles in 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Miles and Lucy Polina Ford).
Their children:
  1. William R.;
  2. Enoch Elijah;
  3. Elizabeth;
  4. John Miles;
  5. Lucy Polina;
  6. Delbert;
  7. Sarah. Elder. Farmer.
Sources:

Gurr, William R.

(son of Reuben Gurr and Elyadie Miles). Born 1869, Provo, Utah.

Married:Ida Harmon 1898, in Mexico (daughter of Levi Harmon of Joseph City, Utah).
Their child:
  1. Reuben.
Sources:

Gutterridge, Robert

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of William Gutterridge and Mary Houx of Berville, Berkshire, England). Born in Berkshire. Came to Utah August 20, 1868, Horton D. Haight company.

Married:Hannah Grover December 1840, Berville, England. (daughter of William Grover and Hannah Chamberlain).
Their children:
  1. Maria born November 10, 1841, married William Calton August 12, 1861;
  2. Mary Ann, married Jonas H. Ingersoll;
  3. Eliza, married William Calton;
  4. George, died;
  5. Fredrick, died aged 11;
  6. William, died infant.

Family home Berville, England.

Presiding elder at Liverpool, England. Iron worker. Died April, 1879, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Guymon, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Isaiah Guymon). Born March 10, 1787. Came to Utah September 8, 1850, Aaron Johnson company.

Married:Sarah Gordon February 23, 1809 (daughter of John Gordon), who was born November 20, 1791.
Their children:
  1. Isaiah born February 15, 1810;
  2. John born November 28, 1811;
  3. William born January 23, 1815;
  4. James born December 27, 1816;
  5. Noah T. born June 30, 1819;
  6. Martin born June 12, 1821;
  7. Barzilla born December 31, 1823, married Mathew Caldwell;
  8. Elizabeth born July 19, 1826;
  9. Polly Ann born July 11, 1829, married R. Johnson;
  10. Sarah Jane;
  11. Melissa Jane born February 14, 1833, married Levi Gregory Metcalf.

Died October 20, 1856, Springville, Utah.

Sources:

Guymon, Noah Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Thomas Guymon and Sarah Gordon). Born June 30, 1819. Came to Utah September 8, 1860.

Married:Mary D. Dudley December 24, 1837, at Caldwell, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane, married George born Matson January 26, 1854;
  2. Lucinda, married Phillip Hurst;
  3. Emma M., married H. H. Kearnes.
Married:Margaret Johnson.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married Oscar Crandall;
  2. Martin Lewis, died;
  3. Harriet, married Oscar Crandall;
  4. Julia Luella, married George Maycock;
  5. Edward Wallace, married Elizabeth Preator;
  6. Lillian M., married Lou Pearson.
Married:Elizabeth Ann Jones (daughter of James and Sarah Ann Jones), who was born February 12, 1829.
Their children:
  1. William Albert born April 25, 1849, married Marcillia Fowles;
  2. Clarissa E. born August 29, 1851, married Amasa Scovial;
  3. Noah Thomas, Jr. born April 18, 1853, married Caroline M. Hanson;
  4. Sarah Ann born August 30, 1856, died;
  5. Amy Amelia born January 18, 1859, married A. G. Jewkes;
  6. Elizabeth Ann born January 8, 1861, died.

Family home Fountain Green, Utah.

Married:Louisa Rowley March 2, 1867, who was born May 8, 1831.
Their children:
  1. James W. born September 17, 1858, died November 17, 1858;
  2. John Wesley born August 7, 1860;
  3. William Lee, married Black;
  4. David R. born February 21, 1862, died;
  5. Willard R. born September 20, 1864;
  6. Owen W. born April 16, 1866;
  7. Thos. H. born October 23, 1868;
  8. Ann Louisa born October 12, 1870, married Edward Garry;
  9. Sarah Jane born October 21, 1872;
  10. Joseph H. born August 20, 1874;
  11. Melissa L. born May 31, 1876;
  12. Laura E. born April 7, 1879;
  13. Franklin born May 12, 1883.

Missionary to Great Britain 1852-55; president 51st quorum seventies. Merchant; farmer; stockraiser. Died January 7, 1911, Orangeville, Utah.

Sources:

Guymon, Edward Wallace

(son of Noah T. Guymon and Margaret Johnson). Born December 15, 1869, at Springville, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Preator January 27, 1883, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Preator and Mary Harper, handcart pioneers from England). She was born May 31, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Edward Ray born October 24, 1884, married Ida J. Dayley;
  2. Beatrice Blanche born March 16, 1886, died;
  3. Mary Margaret born December 26, 1887;
  4. Gregg Eugene born February 2, 1890;
  5. Martin Lewis born November 10, 1891;
  6. Beulah Grace born November 8, 1893;
  7. Leslie Lynn born October 20, 1896;
  8. Hazel born March 12, 1897;
  9. Vernon Melvern born December 2, 1898;
  10. Richard Nathan born December 13, 1900;
  11. Leora Olga born January 24, 1902;
  12. Eva Wilda born December 19, 1903.

Family resided Huntington and Vernal, Utah; Otto, Wyoming, and Oakley, Idaho.

Ward teacher; president YMMIA. Road supervisor; constable, Burley, Idaho. Railroad contractor; farmer.

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Guymon, Noah Thomas, Jr.

(son of Noah Thomas Guymon and Elizabeth Ann Jones). Born April 18, 1853, at Springville, Utah.

Married:Caroline Maria Hanson November 8, 1875 (daughter of Soren Hanson and Anna Maria Bendixen of Denmark, former pioneer September 12, 1863, John R. Young company, latter killed on way to Utah in stampede of oxen). She was born October 3, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Ophelia Alzada born October 19, 1876, married Jasper N. Robertson;
  2. Annie Laura born July 29, 1878, and Lavina born March 16, 1880, died;
  3. Noah Thomas born January 1, 1882, married Isabella Sanderson;
  4. Louis “Wesley born October 30, 1883, married Pearl Mackleprang;
  5. Mary Caroline born January 2, 1886, married Ralph Oliphant;
  6. William Lee born May 25, 1888;
  7. Alvin Clarence born November 20, 1891.

Family home Orangeville, Utah.

High priest. Farmer; apiarist.

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Gwilliams, Henry B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Henry B. Gwilliams of Shrewsbury, England). Born May 7, 1835, Shrewsbury, England. Came to Utah October 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Jane Fisher October 1854 at Birmingham, England, who was born 1834 and died 1855 at Atchison, Kans.
Married:Elizabeth Palmer March 21, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Palmer and Mary Chambers of Sheffield, England), who was born December 11, 1834, and came to Utah October 28, 1853.
Their children:
  1. Henry William born February 21, 1857, married Frances Mariah Chambers;
  2. Charles John born April 8, 1859, died aged 6;
  3. George Washington born July 22, 1861, married Mary Grow;
  4. Benjamin Franklin born July 22, 1861, married Amelia Stanford;
  5. Josephine born October 22, 1863, married Joseph Manning;
  6. Harry Chambers born August 6, 1865, married Lea Moore;
  7. Orson Pratt born March 29, 1867, married Minnie Parker;
  8. Elizabeth Jane born February 16, 1869, died aged 3;
  9. Carrie born July 16, 1871, married Orson Wadsworth.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Draper, Paradise, Logan and Hooper, Utah.

Missionary to Salmon River, Idaho, 1868-69; bishop of South Hooper 1874-78. Farmer; merchant. Died September 22, 1907, at Hooper.

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Gwilliams, Henry William

(son of Henry B. Gwilliams and Elizabeth Palmer). Born February 21, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married:Frances Mariah Chambers January 13, 1881, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Garratt Chambers and Mariah Duffin of Salt Lake City, Logan and Ogden, Utah, pioneers 1853). She was born February 29, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Florence M. born May 9, 1882, married Horace G. Nebeker;
  2. Henry Chambers born November 24, 1883, married Arvilla West;
  3. Maria Elizabeth born January 13, 1886, married Frank J. Chamberlain;
  4. Roscoe Chambers born September 13, 1891;
  5. Ralph Chambers born June 1, 1897.

Member 53d and one of the presidents of 77th quorum seventies; high priest; first counselor to Bishop Stratford, also to Bishop E. T. Wooley, and later bishop 4th ward, Ogden, Utah; bishop 6th ward, Salt Lake City. Weber county assessor 1897 and 1898; street commissioner 1895-96; member board of education 1901-08. Engaged in lumber business.

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