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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.

Hacking, John Sampson

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of James Hacking of Burton England. (died September 12, 1840), and Jane Pearson of Whitehaven, England). Born September 16, 1835, at Preston, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah in 1861, Captain Cardon company.

Married:Jane Clark May 5, 1856, at St. Louis, Missouri.(daughter of James Clark and Elizabeth Pearson of Preston, pioneers 1856, John Banks company). She was born February 21, 1839, at Preston.
Their children:
  1. James born December 23, 1856, married Annie M. Glines August 11, 1876;
  2. Harriet Ambersine born November 14, 1858;
  3. Phoebe Ann born December 8, 1860, married George D. Merkley October 10, 1881;
  4. Jane Elizabeth born March 29, 1863, married George H. Southam October 10, 1888, died July 12, 1890;
  5. Eleanor born March 5, 1865, married Alfred Anderson April 17, 1885;
  6. John S. born June 23, 1867, married Mary E. Hall March 29, 1893;
  7. Henry Franklin born November 28, 1869, married Martha Wilcox October 28, 1895;
  8. Charles Lorenzo born January 18, 1872, died June 30, 1896;
  9. Joseph Pearson born February 5, 1874, married Carrie Claire Stringham June 22, 1898;
  10. George Alfred born April 6, 1876, married Frances Briggs June 20, 1900;
  11. Mary Emily born April 15, 1878, died April 30, 1878;
  12. Martha Caroline born March 18, 1880, married Earl Cook May 27, 1901;
  13. Orson Ezra born September 16, 1882, married Ida Brown February 22, 1901;
  14. Thomas William born April 15, 1886, married Keren Bingham October 16, 1912.

Family home Cedar Fort, Utah.

High priest. Settled first in American Fork, moved to Cedar Fort in 1853. Went with Gunnison party to California in 1854, thence via Isthmus of Panama and New York to St. Louis, where he married, returning to Utah with wife and letter’s parents in 1856. Served as militiaman in Walker war, during which time drove the “Sow” cannon from Provo to Salt Creek (now Juab). Served on home guard in Black Hawk war. Director Cedar Fort Co-op, store 1868-76, for which he was purchasing agent 15 years; director of water board 25 years, and has been watermaster since 1860 continuously. School trustee nine years. Blacksmith; farmer.

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Hacking, James

(son of John S. Hacking and Jane Clark). Born December 23, 1856, at Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married:Annie M. Glines August 11, 1876, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Harvey Glines and Elizabeth Ann Mayer, pioneers 1852, Robert Wimmer company). She was born May 11, 1858, at American Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. James C. born January 1, 1878, married Harriet Bodily January 3, 1900;
  2. Elizabeth Jane born April 23, 1879, married Frank E. Colton;
  3. John Glines born January 18, 1881, married Isabell M. Bodily;
  4. William Ralph born August 26, 1882, married Mabel Gerber;
  5. Ambrosine born August 22, 1884, married Stephen W. Ashby August 30, 1906;
  6. Nellie born February 26, 1886, married Charles H. Colton June 28, 1906;
  7. Anna Myrtle born January 4, 1888, died September 19, 1906;
  8. Ray born November 1, 1889, died August 28, 1890;
  9. May born August 24, 1891, married Wallace Calder;
  10. Cora born September 19, 1893;
  11. Fern born August 28, 1895;
  12. Finnie born May 28, 1898;
  13. Owen born December 16, 1900.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Ward Sunday school superintendent; stake superintendent YMMIA; stake superintendent Sunday schools; 2nd counselor in stake presidency; high councilor. Chairman People’s party; county commissioner six years; county bee Inspector; county tree inspector. Director in several corporations.

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Hacking, Joseph Pearson

(son of John S. Hacking and Jane Clark). Born February 5, 1874, at Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married:Carrie Claire Stringham June 22, 1898, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Philip Stringham and Caroline Crouch of Vernal, Utah), who was born November 3, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Lucile born May 3, 1899;
  2. Josephine Marie born December 3, 1900;
  3. Rulon Stringham born December 19, 1903;
  4. Sterling Don born September 21, 1906;
  5. Joseph Ferron born December 11, 1906;
  6. Grant Leland born February 23, 1908;
  7. Harold Lorenzo born July 11, 1909;
  8. Junius Paul born August 28, 1910.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Member 97th quorum seventies 1904-10; missionary to Germany 1900-03; high priest; member bishopric 1910. Farmer; sheepman.

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Haddock, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Haddock and Betty Beech of Barnton, Cheshire, England). Born July 17, 1827, Barnton. Came to Utah September 12, 1861, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Maria Collins February 10, 1856 (daughter of John Collins and Jane Proverbs). Home South Cottonwood, Utah.
Married:Margaret Penman September 6, 1866 (daughter of George B. Penman and Mary Cowan), who was born January 19, 1847, at Airdrie, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Mary born December 15, 1867, married William A. Bee November 20, 1883;
  2. Maria Elizabeth born May 30, 1869, married James C. Thomas;
  3. John George born July 8, 1871, married Alzina A. Kent November 10, 1893;
  4. Jessie Christeena born January 29, 1873, died childhood;
  5. William Penman born October 6, 1874, died infant;
  6. Thomas born October 8, 1875, died at 16 years;
  7. Margaret Ann born October 12, 1879, married Joseph Nye May 1900;
  8. Arthur Edward born January 4, 1881, married Marintha Briscoe December 1899;
  9. James born November 17, 1882, died at 20 years;
  10. Joseph born January 17, 1884.

Family home Bloomington, Idaho.

Early settler in Bear Lake valley. Died May 8, 1911.

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Haddock, John George

(son of John Haddock and Margaret Penman). Born July 8, 1871, Bloomington, Idaho.

Married:Alzina Adelaide Kent November 10, 1893, Logan, Utah (daughter of Sidney W. Kent, born in Utah, and Adelaide Ward). She was born March 26, 1873, Bountiful, Utah.
Their children:
  1. George Elmer born August 13, 1894;
  2. John Alton born April 6, 1896, died June 18, 1896;
  3. Elna Adelaide born November 5, 1897;
  4. Jesse Warren born January 26, 1900;
  5. Blain Kent born March 28, 1902;
  6. Ruth Ella born September 27, 1904;
  7. Myra Alzina born August 16, 1909.

Family home Wardboro, Idaho.

Presiding elder, Diamondville, Wyoming branch, July 23, 1899 to September 1, 1901; chosen 1st councilor in bishopric of Wardboro, Idaho, December 8, 1901; set apart as bishop of Wardboro, January 3, 1909.

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Haddon, Thomas C.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Thomas Haddon and Sarah Bayes of Norfolk, England). Born December 26, 1816, at Norfolk. Came to Utah 1852, A. O. Smoot company.

Married:Elizabeth Cherry April 12, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of Mr. Cherry and Sarah Boyes of Norfolk), who was born February 6, 1830.
Their children:
  1. William Alvin, died aged 48 years;
  2. Mary Elizabeth, married Nicolas C. Hair;
  3. Ellen Maria, married Edward Middlemess;
  4. Mahala, died infant.

Family home Ephraim, Utah.

Sunday school superintendent; high priest. Farmer. Died May 31, 1899.

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Hadfield, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of George Hadfield and Alice Hazelrim, of Hazel Grove, England). Born March 3, 1827, Hazel Grove. Came to Utah October 1, 1864, Daniel Garn company.

Married:Jane Walker Redfern December 26, 1853, in England (daughter of Joseph Redfern and Janett Walker, pioneers October 1, 1854, Daniel Garn company). She was born January 12, 1821.
Their children:
  1. Joseph, Jr. born October 24, 1854, married Mary Jane Oliver;
  2. George Samuel born June 26, 1856, married Laura Smith;
  3. Janett Alice born April 5, 1858, married James Henry Steed;
  4. Mary Elizabeth born December 8, 1859, died October 14, 1860;
  5. Jane Ann born November 2, 1862, married William A. Hess.

Member 66th quorum seventies; high priest; acting teacher. Pioneer silk weaver; brick-maker. Died January 16, 1894, at Portage, Utah.

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Hadfield, Joseph, Jr.

(son of Joseph Hadfield and Jane Walker Redfern). Born October 24, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Jane Oliver August 26, 1877, at Farmington, Utah (daughter of Francis Oliver and Elizabeth Bailey of Brown Candover, England, pioneers September 25, 1866, John Holliday company). She was born January 30, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Francis born May 20, 1878, died September 4, 1879;
  2. George S. born June 21, 1880, married Mary I. Smith;
  3. Elizabeth J. born October 1, 1881, married Delbert Bowers;
  4. Janett E. born July 1, 1883, married Ebenezer Letter;
  5. Alice A. born February 14, 1885, married Fredric W. Buxton;
  6. Mary L. born June 26, 1887, died September 2, 1888;
  7. Job O. born November 18, 1888;
  8. William E. born March 13, 1890, died August 10, 1891;
  9. John H. born March 2, 1892, married Louisa Hancock;
  10. Ida May born January 6, 1894;
  11. Hazel born March 29, 1896;
  12. Myron Ralph born December 2, 1901.

Family home Riverside, Utah.

Member 74th quorum seventies; Sunday school superintendent 26 years. Constable ten years; statistical recorder. Farmer.

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Hadfield, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Samuel Hadfield and Mary Ann Godby, of Manchester, England). Born April 13, 1832, in Manchester. Came to Utah October 11, 1856, Jacob Croft company.

Married:Jeanette Goudie December 25, 1857, Pine Valley, Utah (daughter of James Goudie and Isabelle Tenuck, of Scotland), who was born September 18, 1841.
Their children:
  1. Henry J. born October 13, 1858;
  2. Mary Jane born November 26, 1861;
  3. Sarah E. born July 25, 1863;
  4. Annie born November 7, 1864, married George Jensen;
  5. Emma A. born November 17, 1866, married Edgar Burk;
  6. Joseph S. born July 25, 1867;
  7. Jeanette born July 25, 1868;
  8. Lillian born September 21, 1870, married Charles Averette;
  9. William F. born April 28, 1872;
  10. John L. born September 1, 1873;
  11. William A. born August 8, 1874;
  12. Albert T. born September 26, 1875, married Sarah E. Housekeeper;
  13. Alford Charles born September 29, 1878, married Julia Young;
  14. Laura M. born June 20, 1881, married Eli Kirkham.

Elder. Cabinet maker and carpenter.

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Hadley, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Joseph Hadley of Derby, and Mary Ann Harper of Bilper, England, latter born 1795 at Shropshire, England). He was born November 14, 1816, in parish of St. Peters, Derbyshire, England. Came to Utah October 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company.

Married:Hannah Brown 1840 (daughter of Thomas Brown, died in England), who was born August 15, 1817.
Their children:
  1. Alonzo born 1840, died childhood;
  2. Louisa born 1842, died infant;
  3. George born January 7, 1844, married Mary Ann Kennel;
  4. Walter born June 5, 1845, married Elizabeth Hunter;
  5. William born September 11, 1847, married Ann Welch;
  6. Mary Ann born August 21, 1849, married James Lockland;
  7. Lorenzo born November 6, 1851, married Elizabeth Jane Bitton;
  8. Samuel born November 15, 1854, married Elizabeth Ann Etherington;
  9. Ezra Richard born November 14, 1859, married Harriet Hipwell.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

High priest. Blacksmith; worked several years in erection of Salt Lake temple making boilers and sharpening chisels; boiler maker by trade in England.

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Hadley, Lorenzo

(son of George Hadley and Hannah Brown). Born November 6, 1851, at Werborghs, Derby, England.

Married:Elizabeth Jane Bitton November 6, 1876, at Ogden, Utah (daughter of John E. Bitton and Sarah Wintle, pioneers handcart company, 1857). She was born May 26, 1861, at West Weber, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Hannah born September 3, 1877, married Henry Williams;
  2. Sarah Jane born April 27, 1879, married Wheatley H. Gibson;
  3. Louisa born February 25, 1881, married Orson Folkman;
  4. Mary Ann born January 2, 1883, married George Goodell;
  5. Ida born October 23, 1885, married Joseph Butler;
  6. Lorenzo B. born March 30, 1887;
  7. Joseph E. born September 11, 1889, married Florence Greenwell February 12, 1908;
  8. Oscar E. born April 4, 1892, married Verna Greenwell July 2, 1910;
  9. Ada born September 25, 1895.
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Hadley, Samuel

(son of George Hadley and Hannah Brown). Born November 15, 1854, at Derby, England.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Etherington April 16, 1877, at Ogden, Utah (daughter of Thomas Etherington and Sarah Wheeler), who was born December 29, 1858, at Slaterville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born February 21, 1878, deceased;
  2. Clara born March 26, 1880, married James J. Gibson June 17, 1901;
  3. John Etherington born August 24, 1882, married Amy Alvord December 1903;
  4. Edith Hannah born November 20, 1884, married Thomas McLean February 17, 1904;
  5. Elizabeth Ann born August 25, 1887, married James B. Hunter, Jr. December 1907;
  6. Samuel born November 22, 1889;
  7. Emily Alice born February 16, 1892;
  8. Thomas Albert born August 7, 1894;
  9. George Leland born September 30, 1896.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to England 1898-1900. Farmer and stockraiser.

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Hafen, John George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

Born in 1803 at Scherzligen, Canton Thurgau, Switzerland. Came to Utah September 27, 1861, Sextus E. Johnson company.

Married:Magdalena Hafen.
Their children:
  1. Barbara born 1835 (d, 1873), married Ignaz Willi October 18, 1861 (who died July 24, 1863);
  2. John George born October 17, 1838, married Sussette Bosshard.

Settled at Santa Clara, Utah, in 1861. Died in 1863.

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Hafen, John George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John George and Magdalena Hafen). Born October 17, 1838, at Scherzligen, Canton Thurgau, Switzerland. Came to Utah September 27, 1861, Sextus E. Johnson company.

Married:Susette Bosshard October 18, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Bosshard and Katherine Eglie).
Their children:
  1. John;
  2. Emma;
  3. Edward, died;
  4. Herman;
  5. George, died;
  6. Adolph;
  7. Hermina, died;
  8. Sussette;
  9. Mina, died;
  10. Ernest.
Married:Mary Ann Stucke in 1873 (daughter of Samuel Stucke and Magdalena Stadler).
Their children:
  1. Albert;
  2. Mary;
  3. Bertha;
  4. Selina;
  5. Wilford, died;
  6. Lovina;
  7. Leroy.
Their children:
  1. August, died;
  2. Joseph;
  3. William and Heber, died;
  4. Franklin;
  5. Eliesi;
  6. Janette, died;
  7. Walter
Married:Rosena Stucke Blickenstorfer February 28, 1885 (daughter of Samuel Stucke and Magdalena Stadler).
Their children:
  1. Charles;
  2. Ellen;
  3. Viola.

Missionary to northern states in 1877 and to Switzerland 1882-84; bishop of Santa Clara ward, November 1884 to October 1912.

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Hague, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of James Hague of Sheffield, England). Born in 1823. Came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Sarah Ann Beaver in Sheffield in 1842. She was born December 25, 1823.
Their children:
  1. James, Jr., married Sarah Carson;
  2. John Henry, married Jane R. Peacock;
  3. Frank;
  4. Joseph, died;
  5. Sarah, married D. G. Calder;
  6. George, died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Gunsmith. Died in 1871; shipwrecked between USA and England on steamship Gambia.

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Hague, James, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of James Hague and Sarah Ann Beaver). Born January 28, 1844, at Sheffield. Came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Sarah Carson January 1871 at Fairfield, Utah (daughter of John Carson and Elvira Egbert of Fairfield, pioneers 1861). She was born March 28, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Margaret born June 16, 1872;
  2. Charles born September 19, 1874, married Ida Harmon;
  3. Dilla born November 10, 1876;
  4. Effie born September 28, 1879, married McCandless Moffet;
  5. Hazel born March 2, 1885 died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Business man. Died August 13, 1911.

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Haight, Caleb

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Samuel Haight of Dutchess county, New York). Born August 22, 1778. Came to Utah September 22, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married:Keturah Horton February 11, 1799. She was born May 28, 1777, and died November 18, 1843, at Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Oscar born November 14, 1800;
  2. Harriet Helen born April 9, 1802, married John Southard;
  3. Julia Ann born October 6, 1805, married William Van Orden;
  4. David Bateman born October 18, 1808, married Clarice Buckmyre;
  5. Hector Caleb born January 17, 1810, married Julia Van Orden 1829;
  6. Isaac Chauncy born May 27, 1813, married Eliza Ann Snider;
  7. Eliza Caroline born February 2, 1816, married Wesley Snider;
  8. Maria Antoinette born July 25, 1818, married Gob Canp Dibble;
  9. Catherine Adelia born November 28, 1820, married Dorr P. Curtis.

Family home Sempronius and Windham, New York.

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Haight, Hector Caleb

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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(son of Caleb Haight and Keturah Horton). Born January 17, 1810, in New York. Came to Utah in 1847 with second company.

Married:Julia Van Orden (daughter of Peter Van Orden and Mary Crocker), who was born January 19, 1811.
Their children:
  1. Mary Adelia born January 1830, married John L. Smith;
  2. Hector born June 20, 1831, died young;
  3. Horton David born June 20, 1832, married Louisa Leavitt 1854;
  4. Caleb born July 22, 1834, died young;
  5. William Van Orden born September 18, 1841, married Louise Turner July 4, 1861.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Married:Miss Weiler.
Only child:
  1. Hector W., married Nellie Clawson.

Family home Farmington.

Married:Margaret Stewart 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of David Stewart and Millie Wilson of Iowa), who was born March 27, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Duane Miller (adopted);
  2. Isaac, died;
  3. Millie, married John Dugan, married Harry Thoburn;
  4. Meta, died;
  5. Cora, married William H. Smith.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Denmark 1855-58. Captain of infantry in Utah militia. Served as assessor and collector, sheriff and probate judge 1865-74, all in Davis County, Utah. Hotel proprietor; farmer and stockraiser. Died June 29, 1882, at Farmington.

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Haight, William Van Orden

(son of Hector Caleb Haight and Julia Van Orden). Born September 18, 1841, in Stevenson county, Illinois.

Married:Louise Turner July 4, 1861, at Farmington, Utah (daughter of Henry Turner and Ann Steed, pioneers 1857, Captain Martin company). She was born September 12, 1845, at Malvern, Worcestershire, England.
Their children:
  1. William A, born June 15, 1862, married Mary E. France December 7, 1882;
  2. Julia A. born December 8, 1864, married William France December 20, 1888;
  3. Henry C. born July 24, 1868, married Josephine Oviatt June 4, 1889;
  4. Alice L. born March 9, 1873, married Albert D. Ford December 11, 1900;
  5. Lilliam E. born January 20, 1879, married James C. Brown .February 21, 1901;
  6. Grace F. born October 21, 1887, married Alma Norman January 26, 1910.

Family home Farmington.

Member of relief party sent to meet Martin handcart company in winter of 1856. Assisted in settlement of southern Utah in 1865. Served in Black Hawk War in 1866. Missionary to eastern states April 21, 1897-May 11, 1899. Farmer and stockraiser.

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Hair, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Jeremiah Hair and Bridget Murphy of Ireland). Born August 15, 1821, at Newcastle, Northumberland, England. Came to Utah in September 1864, Captain Chandler’s train bringing freight.

Married:Elizabeth Copeland in October 1868 at Ryap, Durham, England. (daughter of Nicholas Copeland and Johanna Craggs of Sunderland, England), who was born February 3, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Nicholas C., married Mary E. Haddon;
  2. James, married Martha Christiansen;
  3. Elizabeth, died infant;
  4. Joseph C., died infant;
  5. Charles W., died aged 4 years;
  6. George C., died aged 2 years;
  7. John D., died aged 2 years.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High Priest; block teacher. Manager of lumber company. Died June 26, 1893, Salt Lake City.

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Hair, Nicholas C.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of John Hair and Elizabeth Copeland). Born October 21, 1869, at Southwick, Durham, England. Came to Utah September 6, 1866, Captain White company.

Married:Mary E. Haddon April 27, 1882, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas C. Haddon and Elizabeth Cherry of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1852, A. O. Smoot company). She was born February 15, 1860.
Their children:
  1. John C. born March 17, 1883, married Lillie Waters;
  2. Thomas C. born November 19, 1885;
  3. William N. born April 29, 1888, died aged 23 years;
  4. Clifford born July 7, 1890;
  5. Clarence born October 23, 1892, died aged 4 years;
  6. Joseph born January 3, 1899.

Family home Missouri Salt Lake City.

High Priest; missionary to England 1904-06; Sunday school superintendent nine years; first counselor to Bishop William P. Waters of Bingham ward. Member school board of 43d district. Miner and engineer.

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Hale, Alma Helaman

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jonathan Harriman Hale and Olive Boyington, both of whom died at Council Bluffs, Iowa). Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Elizabeth Walker. Their eldest child. Alma Helaman, married Elizabeth Percinda Hendricks.
Married:Sarah Ann Clark. Their eldest child, Ernest Frederick, married Drucilla Harris.
Married:Ellen V. Clark August 19, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel Clark and Elizabeth Gower the latter came to Utah October 26, 1864, with William Hyde company, the former died crossing the plains to Utah). She was born January 6, 1848, Colchester, Essex, England.
Their children:
  1. Edgar Daniel born January 3, 1868, married Emma Louisa Seamons October 1, 1890;
  2. Aroet Clinton born August 17, 1869, married Elizabeth A. Seamons November 15, 1893;
  3. Arthur Willard born July 3, 1871, married Alice Jacobson December 24, 1903;
  4. Franklin George born July 10, 1874, married Cora Hammond November 17, 1897;
  5. Rosa Ellen born December 28, 1876, died August 13, 1897;
  6. Alvin Wilford born February 19, 1879, married Julia Dean October 9, 1907;
  7. Eugene Clark born March 26, 1886, married Sylvia L. Jensen June 2, 1909;
  8. Zina Emeline born June 11, 1888, married Melvin Barrus December 22, 1909.

President of 31st quorum seventies, and later of 17th quorum; high priest; high councilor in Benson stake; missionary to eastern states; assisted in organizing first Sunday school in Grantsville, of which he served as teacher; stake superintendent of Sunday schools. Settled at Grantsville 1854. Participated in Echo Canyon war 1857, and also did considerable service as guard during the “Move” in 1858. In 1862 went to the Missouri river in Captain Home’s company to assist the poor immigrants; on the return trip acted as wagonmaster and commissary. Moved to Cache Valley where he served as superintendent of Tooele County Co-op. Grist Mill. Constable and city marshal. Commissioned by Governor Durkee as captain’s adjutant in territorial militia. Moved to Smithfield in 1888. Died March 30, 1908, Logan, Utah.

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Hale, Alma Helaman, Jr.

(son of Alma Helaman Hale and Elizabeth Walker).

Married:Elizabeth Percinda Hendricks (daughter of Joseph S. Hendricks and Sariah Pew), who was born December 16, 1867, Richmond, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Percinda born September 8, 1885, married Jasper M. Hammon December 18, 1907;
  2. Mabel Fidelia born March 20, 1889, married Justin A. Knapp August 17, 1909;
  3. Joseph A. born May 16, 1893;
  4. Alta born August 25, 1895;
  5. Theolia born January 16, 1899;
  6. LeGrand Sheldon born October 1, 1901;
  7. Leila born August 10, 1905;
  8. Harold Hendricks born January 21, 1911.

Family home Marysville, Idaho.

Oneida stake clerk; first counselor in presidency YMMIA Oneida stake; clerk Marysville ward; high councilor of Yellowstone stake.

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Hale, Ernest Frederick

(son of Alma Helaman Hale and Sarah A. Clark). Born September 4, 1863. Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Drusilla Harris February 23, 1887, Logan Temple, Utah (daughter of Eli McGee Harris and Elizabeth Gammel), who was born September 25, 1868, Richmond, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Drusilla born December 25, 1887, married John Sorensen March 30, 1909;
  2. Grace born June 8, 1890, married Jesse Ford March 30, 1909;
  3. Pearl born May 18, 1892;
  4. Ernest Grant born April 3, 1894;
  5. Golden Harris born April 12, 1897, died May 20, 1907;
  6. Alminnie born January 31, 1901, died May 28, 1907;
  7. Almannia born January 31, 1901;
  8. Douglas Ross born July 22, 1903.
Married:Mary Amanda Peterson June 19, 1907, Logan, Utah (daughter of John August Peterson and Maria Hansen, married 1854, Salt Lake Endowment House). She was born April 10, 1882, Logan.
Their children:
  1. Leah born June 12, 1908;
  2. Gladys born March 26, 1910.

Ward teacher four years and Sunday school teacher several years; seventy. Settled in Gentile valley 1887, and served as superintendent of Sunday schools and home missionary. On August 24, 1888 was called to preside over Mormon ward, Gentile valley; ordained high priest and bishop by Apostle Moses Thatcher; bishop of Cleveland ward; home missionary of Groveland ward, Blackfoot stake; missionary to Lost River country; member high council and superintendent religion classes Blackfoot stake. In his early years he was very skillful in handling wild horses, having broken to work about 200 head before he was 21 years old. Chief promoter of Gentile valley creamery, and served as its first manager; was overseer of the building of the plant and installing of the machinery. Founded the Cleveland Coop, and became its first president. Assisted in the management and building of the bridges over Bear River in that section of the country. Member building committee and did a great deal of work on the Central building; worked as carpenter on Thatcher meeting house, and donated extensively toward the erection of the Preston academy. Moved to Groveland ward, Blackfoot, Idaho, 1905. Overseer of all the canals along the Snake river through the southern part of Bingham county four years.

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Hale, Jonathan H.

(son of Alma H. Hale and Sarah Ann Clark). Born August 10, 1875, Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Mary R. Moss April 28, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Moss and Sarah P. Sessions, both born at Woods Cross, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Blanch born June 25, 1898;
  2. Horace born March 26, 1900;
  3. Owen Moss born August 19, 1901;
  4. Mary born February 8, 1903;
  5. Joseph born July 18, 1905;
  6. Sarah born March 1, 1907;
  7. Nathan born May 16, 1909;
  8. Ezra Foss born May 29, 1911;
  9. Olive born April 5, 1913.

Family resided Smithfield, Utah, and Groveland, Idaho.

One of presidency 147th quorum seventies; missionary to Tennessee 1894-96; Sunday school superintendent; stake superintendent Mutual Improvement Association; president elders quorum. School trustee. Farmer and dairyman.

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Hale, Edgar Daniel

(son of Alma Helaman Hale and Ellen V. Clark). Born January 3, 1868, at Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Emma Louisa Seamons October 1, 1890, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel Seamons and Louisa Emily Griffith, the former a pioneer with William B. Preston company). She was born April 18, 1871, at Hyde Park, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Varian Edgar born June 25, 1891;
  2. Raymond Seamons born June 4, 1893, married Faunt Killian December 14, 1911;
  3. Arden Delos born October 3, 1895;
  4. Rhoda Louisa born September 24, 1898;
  5. Lyman Maesar born March 17, 1901;
  6. Merlin Alma born November 16, 1903;
  7. Clayton Samuel born November 24, 1906;
  8. Calvin Leroy born August 1, 1909;
  9. Karl Griffith born December 2, 1911.

Family resided Grantsville, Utah, Gentile Valley and Blackfoot, Idaho.

Engaged in Sunday school work as teacher and in superintendency almost continuously 1887-1909. Secretary elders quorums 1891-1903 and 1905 to present. Justice of peace in Bingham county, Idaho, 1910. Farmer.

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Hale, Aroet Clinton

(son of Alma Helaman Hale and Ellen V. Clark). Born August 17, 1869, at Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Alferetta Seamons November 15, 1893, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel Seamons, pioneer, William B. Preston company, and Louisa E. Seamons). She was born July 26, 1873, at Hyde Park, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Elmer Clinton born November 1, 1894;
  2. Katie Louisa born October 12, 1897;
  3. Orvin Melrose born April 27, 1900;
  4. Delos Griffith born September 19, 1902;
  5. Ferrin Alma born May 1, 1905.

Family resided Grantsville, Utah, Gentile Valley and Groveland, Idaho.

Member Mound Valley ward bishopric four years; member Blackfoot stake Sunday school board since June 1905, and of the religion class board since August 1911. Farmer.

Sources:

Hale, Arthur Willard

(son of Alma Helaman Hale and Ellen Victoria Clark). Born July 3, 1871, at Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Alice Evangeline Jacobson December 24, 1902, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Julius W. B. Jacobson and Hannah Evangeline Hall, who came to Utah in July 1877). She was born November 3, 1879, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Rosalind born May 13, 1906;
  2. Whitney Bryan born May 3, 1911, died May 16, 1911;
  3. Bernice, born April 20, 1912.

Family resided Logan, Utah, and Blackfoot, Idaho.

Missionary to Logan Temple 18 months 1897-98; missionary to California 1898-1902. At time of marriage settled in Logan, Utah; moved to Blackfoot, Idaho 1905. Class leader and president YMMIA; ward and Sunday school teacher.

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Hale, Aroet Lucius

(son of Jonathan Harriman Hale, born February 1, 1800, and Olive Boyington, born July 30, 1805, at Bradford, Massachusetts, married September 1, 1825). Born May 18, 1828, at Dover, New Hampshire. Came to Utah September 1848 with Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Olive Whittle September 6, 1849 (daughter of Thomas Whittle and Amelia Fullmer, pioneers of September 1848 with Heber C. Kimball company), who was born December 9, 1833, in Canada; died September 14, 1860, at Grantsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Aroet Lucius born June 6, 1850, married Eliza Ann Lee September 11, 1869;
  2. Olive Amelia born July 11, 1852, married Henry Sagers October 11, 1869, died, and Robert E. Reed April 17, 1906;
  3. Jonathan Harriman born January 19, 1854, married Eliza Clegg January 3, 1876;
  4. Thomas Whittle born November 29, 1855, died November 13, 1880;
  5. Rachel Susan born December 1, 1857, married Thomas Clark January 4, 1875;
  6. Solomon Eliphet born March 22, 1859, married Louisa Hunter May 7, 1889.

Family home Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Louisa Phippen; divorced three months after marriage.
Their child:
  1. Esther born November 28, 1859, married Joseph Acuff August 17, 1878.
Married:Louisa Cook December 24, 1861, at Grantsville, Utah (daughter of Henry Cook and Martha Morris, pioneers of September 1864), who was born January 25, 1837 at Chichester, Essex, England. Came to Utah September 16, 1861, with Ira Eldredge company. Died May 20, 1910, at Grantsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Aroetta born November 24, 1862, married Thomas A. Judd January 6, 1886, died April 4, 1889, and John H. Holgate September 12, 1894;
  2. Clarissa Louisa born September 30, 1864, married William S. Matthews May 7, 1889;
  3. Henry Little born October 28, 1866, died November 21, 1866;
  4. Leonard Wilford born March 2, 1869, married Rosa Judd April 11, 1887;
  5. Phoebe Elizabeth born August 7, 1872, married Joseph P. Mecham May 29, 1890;
  6. Sarah A. born September 4, 1874, died December 6, 1888;
  7. Frank Boyington born March 27, 1877, married Grace Robinson April 23, 1900;
  8. Janet born March 6, 1880, married John W. Anderson October 21, 1903.

Family home Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Charlotte Cook March 18, 1866, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry Cook and Martha Morris, pioneers with John Murdock company). She was born March 7, 1844, in Sussex, England.
Their children:
  1. George Edward born April 4, 1867, died September 18, 1881;
  2. Alma Fredrick born March 11, 1870, married Eliza S. McCombs May 16, 1889;
  3. Lottie born December 5, 1872, married Davis Hunter May 19, 1890;
  4. Benjamin Walter born November 20, 1874, married Susan Idella Cazier February 5, 1903;
  5. Martha Harriet born February 25, 1876, died July 21, 1892;
  6. Morris James born May 19, 1878, married Lois Call May 9, 1900;
  7. Mary Lulu born October 20, 1882, married Ira A. Call April 3, 1903;
  8. Amy Lucile born April 6, 1884, married William A. Osmond March 13, 1907;
  9. Louie Ann born October 10, 1887, married Willard Call September 23, 1909.

Family home Afton, Wyoming.

Drummer boy in Nauvoo Legion at time of martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Scout and hunter on journey to Utah. First settled at Salt Lake City, but later moved to Tooele. Served in Walker Indian war; commissioned by Brigham Young, June 10, 1854, second lieutenant Company A battalion of life guards, cavalry, G. S. L. military district; commissioned by Governor Durkee, May 16, 1868, adjutant second battalion Infantry, Nauvoo Legion at Tooele; paymaster of G. S. L. military district. In company with Dimick B. Huntington secured the body, papers, etc., of Lieutenant Gunnison after he was killed by the Indians in southern Utah. Assisted in settlement of “Muddy” and Las Vegas, Nevada; served as member of bishopric at former. Member first bishopric Grantsville, Utah; member Tooele stake high council 24 years; patriarch. Died December 13, 1911.

Sources:

Hale, Aroet Lucius 2nd.

(son of Aroet Lucius Hale and Olive Whittle). Born June 6, 1850, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Eliza Ann Lee September 11, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac Lee and Julia Ann Chapman, pioneers 1862).
Their children:
  1. Aroet Lucius born December 20, 1870, married Eliza E. Yeaman May 7, 1890;
  2. Isaac Lee born August 8, 1873, married Mary Hyde October 11, 1900;
  3. Jonathan Harriman born October 9, 1875, married Alice Moffett April 3, 1900;
  4. William W. born May 14, 1878, married Ella Brown October 5, 1905;
  5. Casper A. born December 11, 1880, married Matilda Thurman July 1, 1903;
  6. George A. born February 22, 1890;
  7. Thomas E. born January 9, 1893.

Family home Afton, Wyoming.

Teamster in Captain Mumford’s company, one of last to cross the plains with immigrants in 1868. Settled in Bear Lake Valley 1869, and in Star Valley, Wyoming, 1885. Member of first high council Star Valley stake. City councilman. Business manager of the building of the Star Valley Stake Tabernacle.

Sources:

Hale, Aroet Lucius 3rd.

(son of Aroet Lucius Hale and Eliza Ann Lee). Born December 20, 1870 at Liberty, Idaho.

Married:Eliza E. Yeaman May 7, 1890 (daughter of Thomas Yeaman and Martha Moore), who was born September 27, 1872, at Huntsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Eliza Pearl born September 1, 1891, married Joseph Michaelson October 6, 1910;
  2. Aroet Leo born June 18, 1893;
  3. Myrtle A. born November 8, 1896;
  4. Louis Holbert born December 17, 1897;
  5. Hazel Bell born October 17, 1900;
  6. Eugene born October 29, 1902;
  7. William Le Roy born November 13, 1904;
  8. Edward Everett born October 28, 1906;
  9. Walter Barber born March 20, 1908.

Family home Afton, Wyoming.

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Hale, Benjamin Walter

(son of Aroet Lucius Hale and Charlotte Cook). Born November 20, 1874, at Grantsville, Utah.

Married:Susan Idella Cazier February 5, 1903, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Charles Gates Cazier and Susan Bingham), who was born June 20, 1884, at Bennington, Idaho.
Their children:
  1. Izora born May 10, 1904;
  2. Charles Benjamin born October. 6, 1907;
  3. Edward Cazier born December 3, 1911.

Seventy; missionary to southwestern states.

Sources:

Hale, Morris J.

Note

Mayor of Afton, Wyoming and also Mayor of Preston, Idaho. Indian interpreter.

(son of Aroet Lucius Hale and Charlotte Cook). Born May 19, 1879, at Grantsville.

Married:Lois Call May 9, 1900, at Logan, Utah (daughter of Joseph H. Call and Sarah Isabel Barlow of Bountiful, Utah), who was born May 28, 1880, at Bountiful.
Their children:
  1. Lamar M. born March 21, 1901;
  2. Hattie L. born December 28, 1902;
  3. Vasco Lester born February 10, 1905;
  4. Charlotte Isabel born March 19, 1907, died July 4, 1908;
  5. Clarence born June 14, 1909;
  6. Wilford born May 30, 1911.

Family home Afton, Wyoming.

Member 103d quorum seventies; president elders quorum 1899-1905; stake superintendent YMMIA since 1909. At Afton served as city marshal 1902-04; member city council 1906-11; mayor of Afton 1911-13. Farmer and stockraiser 1856, and into Bear lake valley 1857. Settled at Liberty, Idaho, 1865, and at Soda Springs 1872, and in Gentile valley 1875. Engaged heavily in stock raising. Member Bear Lake stake high council 1865-75; first counselor in Oneida stake presidency 1884-1907. Moved to Preston, Idaho, 1890, where he superintended erection of Oneida stake academy. Indian interpreter. Commissioner Oneida county, Idaho; elected mayor of Preston, 1907.

Sources:

Hale, Solomon Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jonathan Harriman Hale and Olive Boyington of Quincy, Illinois, both of whom died at Council Bluffs, Iowa, September 1846, leaving four children, Aroet Lucius, Rachel, Alma Helaman and Solomon Henry, all of whom came to Utah in 1848). Born April 20, 1839, at Quincy, Illinois. Came to Utah 1848 with Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Anna Clark April 17, 1863 (daughter of Samuel Clark and Rebecca Garner), who was born April 19, 1841.
Their children:
  1. Solomon Henry born May 30, 1864, married Ginerva Nowlin December 8, 1886;
  2. Jonathan Joseph born July 26, 1867, died March 12, 1876;
  3. Samuel Clark born April 24, 1870, died February 7, 1876;
  4. Hattie Vilate born September 10, 1872, married Milton H. Thatcher June 11, 1890, died August 1908;
  5. Arta D’Christa born April 19, 1877, died June 29, 1878;
  6. Heber Quincy born March 6, 1880, married Bessie Gudmundson January 17, 1906;
  7. Aroet Alma born October 29, 1881, married Florence Belnap November 5, 1906;
  8. Anna LaVinna born August 14, 1884, married James H. Cannon April 5, 1911.

After coming to Utah resided at Salt Lake and Farmington until 1854. Went with herd of cattle with first settlers to Cache Valley 1856, but returned to Salt Lake at time of Johnston’s army Invasion in 1857. Expert horseman, broke wild horses for pony express company in 1862; commissioned by President Abraham Lincoln as wagonmaster for Utah volunteers company, which set in order stage stations and telegraph line between Salt Lake and Missouri river, which had been destroyed or damaged by Indians. Headed exploring party into Bear river valley

Sources:

Hales, Charles H.

(son of Stephen and Mary Ann Hales, of Rainham, Kent, England). Born June 17, 1817, in Kent. Came to Canada in 1832, and to Utah in September, 1852.

Married:Julia Ann Lockwood October 31, 1839, at Quincy, Illinois. (daughter of George Lockwood and Anas Gillet, of Buffalo, New York, pioneers September 1852). She was born August 10, 1824.
Their children:
  1. Julia A.;
  2. Stephen F.;
  3. Eliza Ann;
  4. George G.;
  5. Mary I.;
  6. Charles H.;
  7. Joseph L.;
  8. John T.;
  9. William H.;
  10. Mariah J.;
  11. Jonathan H.;
  12. Harriet E.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

Seventy; home missionary; member Spanish Fork choir. School trustee; member city council. Farmer and brickmason. Died July 1, 1889, at Spanish Fork.

Sources:

Hales, Joseph Lockwood

(son of Charles H. Hales and Julia Ann Lockwood). Born January 16, 1851, at Garden Grove, Decatur county, Iowa. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Mary Jane Berry February 21, 1875, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John W. Berry and Jane E. Thomas, of Spanish Fork, pioneers 1847, Jedediah M. Grant company). She was born August 24, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Jane I. born June 6, 1876;
  2. Julia E. born March 16, 1878;
  3. Lauretta born April 9, 1880;
  4. Elenor born January 27, 1882, died February 21, 1882;
  5. Zina D. born April 8, 1885;
  6. Lester J. born April 26, 1894.

Family home Spanish Fork.

High Priest; missionary to Arizona 1881-89; bishop’s aid; member presidency of elders quorum. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hales, Henry William

(son of Stephen and Mary Ann Hales, of Kent, England). Born August 7, 1829, at Rainham, Kent, England. Came to Utah in September, 1857.

Married:Eliza Ann Ewing May 19, 1850, at Garden Grove, Iowa (daughter of Alexander Ewing and Sarah Ann Lehman, latter a pioneer, September 17, 1850, David Evans company). She was born April 4, 1830, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Their children:
  1. Stephen Alexander born February 22, 1851, married Nancy Ann Peterson;
  2. Rebecca Jane born December 27, 1862, married William Spencer and J. R. Hall;
  3. Eliza Ann born June 9, 1865;
  4. Henry William born December 23, 1867, married Mary Hannah Carson;
  5. Thomas Bradford born May 14, 1860;
  6. Mary Isabel born November 21, 1862, married Nathan W. Bailey;
  7. George Lawrence born October 17, 1865;
  8. Harriet born February 6, 1867, married George F. Stanley;
  9. Richard born January 13, 1871, married Elizabeth Wilson.

Family resided Little Cottonwood, Cedar Fort, Enterprise and Deseret, Utah.

Married:Sarah Jane McKinney January 11, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Hugh McKinney and Sarah Ann Lehman, pioneers September 17, 1850, David Evans company). She was born October 30, 1838, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born March 2, 1858, married Taylor Crosby;
  2. Charles Henry born November 19, 1859, married Eliza McKinney;
  3. Hugh born March 27, 1861;
  4. Joseph William born November 22, 1862, married Christena Hansen;
  5. Jacob Lehman born March 11, 1864, married Mary Crafts;
  6. Albert born November 27, 1865, married Emma Sloan;
  7. Mary Ann born October 9, 1868;
  8. Matilda born March 11, 1870;
  9. Martha Elizabeth born September 26, 1871, married Percy Crafts;
  10. George Alven born May 16, 1873, married Anna Warnick;
  11. Lillie May born May 20, 1876, married Joshua R. Bennett;
  12. John Smith born February 19, 1877, married Rebecca Mickleson;
  13. Horace Franklin born April 21, 1879, married Erma Hansen;
  14. Roy born June 9, 1881;
  15. Isa born October 1, 1883.

Family home Deseret.

Member bishopric Peterson ward, Morgan stake, 1861; presiding elder Lake town 1867-91; patriarch 1901, until his death. County road commissioner. Died June 26, 1909, at Woods Cross, Utah.

Sources:

Hales, Stephen Alexander

(son of Henry William Hales and Eliza Ann Ewing). Born February 22, 1861, at Appanoose, Illinois.

Married:Nancy Ann Peterson May 30, 1868, at Salt Lake Cltj (daughter of Charles S. Peterson and Ann Patten of Alpine, Peterson and Plymouth, Utah, pioneers February 1850). She was born March 30, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Ann born October 24, 1869, married Joseph Kelley;
  2. Stephen Alexander born September 12, 1871, married Mary Ellen Fox;
  3. Charles Henry born September 29, 1873, married Joanna L. Kennard;
  4. George Robert born February 9, 1876, married Kate Kennard;
  5. Albert William born May 19, 1878, married Maud Chamberlain;
  6. Rosalie born July 1, 1880, married John McComie;
  7. Mable born October 20, 1882, married David McComie;
  8. John Alma born May 9, 1885, married Edith May Covenington;
  9. Earl Bradford born February 21, 1888, married Marion Nye;
  10. Manetta born January 21, 1891.

Family resided Peterson, Enterprise, Cedar Fort and Riverside, Utah.

Sources:

Hales, Henry William

(son of Henry William Hales and Eliza Ann Ewing). Born December 23, 1857, at Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married:Mary H. Carson June 12, 1889, at lona, Idaho (daughter of George W. Carson and Agatha Morgan, of Iowa). She was born October 6, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Ethel born August 28, 1890;
  2. Lenora born November 23, 1892;
  3. Hazel born October 31, 1894;
  4. Clara born August 21, 1897;
  5. Clarence born August 21, 1897;
  6. Florence Edna born October 26, 1901;
  7. Olive born October 6, 1903;
  8. Harold Wynne born August 26, 1908.

Family home Park City, Utah.

City councilman 1899; county commissioner 1908-12. Teamster.

Sources:

Hales, Richard Franklin

(son of Henry William Hales and Eliza Ann Ewing). Born January 13, 1871, Enterprise, Utah.

Married:Lizzie Linzy Wilson June 23, 1897, Park City, Utah (daughter of William Walter Wilson and Emily Mansfield Gray, Midway, Utah, pioneers August 7, 1866).
Their children:
  1. Mont Richard born July 31, 1898;
  2. William Mansfield born July 9, 1902.

Family home Park City, Utah.

Superintendent of Daly Judge mill.

Sources:

Hales, George

(son of Stephen Hales of Province of Ontario, Canada). Born 1813, in England. Came to Utah with a contingent of the Mormon Battalion.

Married:Sarah Ann Gregory, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of William Gregory of lone, Illinois). She was born January 26, 1814.
Their children:
  1. Mary, married Hyrum Burgess;
  2. Charles, married Eva May Burgess.

Family home Beaver, Utah.

Married:Louisa Tripp, Salt Lake City (daughter of. John Tripp and Jess Ess of Salt Lake City). She was born 1825.
Their children:
  1. Libbie, married William Bird;
  2. Willard, married Jean Frasier;
  3. Rena, married Sheff Tanner;
  4. Caroline, married Frank Talton;
  5. Harriet, married Julius Bearnson;
  6. Rhoda, married Rollin Tanner;
  7. Bartlet.

Family home Beaver, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher. Justice of peace. Member Nauvoo Legion. One of the earliest workers in Deseret News printing office at Richfield, Utah. Printer and shoemaker. Died 1898, Beaver, Utah.

Sources:

Hales, Charles

(son of George Hales and Sarah Ann Gregory). Born March 26, 1865, Beaver, Utah.

Married:Eva May Burgess October 24, 1887, Huntington, Utah (daughter of Wilmer Burgess and Jane Heath of Huntington). She was born May 1, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Tressa born August 6, 1888, died infant;
  2. May born February 27, 1890, died child;
  3. Leona born February 6, 1892, married Lewis Conrad
  4. Edgar born October 2, 1893;
  5. Bertha born April 16, 1896;
  6. John born May 14, 1898;
  7. Vera born August 10, 1900;
  8. Afton born January 18, 1903;
  9. Frank born March 22, 1905;
  10. Feron and Fern born October 21, 1908;
  11. Clarence born January 9, 1911, died infant.

Family home Winter Quarters, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. Carpenter and car repairer for Utah Fuel company 12 years.

Sources:

Halgren, Truls A.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Asser Sven Halgren and Ingre Truelson of Klorup, Malmohuslan, Sweden). Born January 5, 1835, at Klorup. Came to Utah October 5, 1864, Isaac Canfield company.

Married:Clara Bjurling May 22, 1864, on Atlantic ocean (daughter of John Eric Bjurling and Anna Greta Isaacson of Kulla. Sweden). She was born April 11, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Asser Theodore, died;
  2. Ellen Wilhelmina, married Daniel Hamer;
  3. Annie Magdalene, married Parley T. Wright;
  4. Alma, died;
  5. Clara Sophie and Olivia Victoria, died;
  6. Joseph;
  7. Ottelia, married Parley M. Perry.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member 63d quorum seventies; missionary to Sweden 1868-64 and 1889-91. Machinist. Died September 4, 1892.

Sources:

Ham, Benjamin K.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

Born November 7, 1793, New York. Came to Utah in October, 1850, Captain Bennett company.

Married:Mehitabel Sawyer 1827, Maine (daughter of Amos Sawyer of Maine), who was born October 1, 1806.
Their children:
  1. Horace Loomis born March 3, 1828;
  2. Eliza M. born May 22, 1830;
  3. Dorothy Merrill born December 31, 1831;
  4. Mary K. born August 19, 1833;
  5. Katherine born July 9, 1835;
  6. Helen S. born April 18, 1837;
  7. Louisa Maria born December 30, 1839;
  8. William Henry born September 30, 1842;
  9. Benjamin Frank born April 16, 1847.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Seventy. Broom-maker and farmer. Died in 1882, Ogden, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, David

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Hall, born February 13, 1778, and Anna Copeland, of Danville, Illinois, born April 23, 1786). Came to Utah August 29, 1862, Lewis Prunson company.

Married:Jane Hale July 23, 1860, in Vermilion county, Illinois. (daughter of Elijah B. Hale and Mary Hoskins), who was born November 20, 1832; pioneers, Lewis Brunson company).
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born October 25, 1852, married Levi John;
  2. Leroy born November 13, 1866, married Julia A. Harris;
  3. Racine born October 23, 1857, married Anna Green;
  4. Philene born August 26, 1863, married Isaac E. D. Zundel;
  5. Almira born December 5, 1865, married William Orgill;
  6. David W. born October 10, 1867, married Eliza Halford;
  7. Jane Orgill;
  8. Julia B. born October 16, 1869, married Isaac David Zundel;
  9. Letha Jane born October 6, 1873, died October 23, 1874;
  10. Elijah Dotson born October 23, 1876.

Family home West Portage, Utah.

Served as superintendent of Portage Sunday school 1883-88; as superintendent of Malad stake Sunday school 1888-90. High councilor. Died April 10, 1902.

Sources:

Hall, Eber W.

(son of Selden S. and Larinda M. Hall of Burlingame, Kansas, but formerly of Ohio). He was born March 21, 1868, at Brighton, Ohio. Came to Utah April 11, 1897.

Married:Artie L. Pratt April 8, 1897. Burlingame, Kansas (daughter of Hyrum B. Pratt and Mary Hoover of Burlingame), who was born February 19, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Bernice;
  2. Howard Pratt;
  3. Gwendolyn;
  4. Genevieve.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Funeral director.

Sources:

Hall, Edward

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Jacob Hall and Polly Pritchard of Waterbury, New Haven county, Connecticut). Born November 16, 1813, Waterbury. Came to Utah September 2, 1850, David Evans company.

Married:Nancy Eleanor Ballinger February 2, 1842, at Jamestown, Russell county, Kentucky. (daughter of Thomas Ballinger and Mary Ann Hartley of Jamestown, Kentucky, pioneers September 2, 1860, David Evans company), who was born October 23, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann, married Lorenzo Johnson;
  2. William Isaac, married Lydia Thorn;
  3. Sarah Jane, married Philip Houtz;
  4. John Thomas, died young;
  5. James Edward, married Katie Wiggins;
  6. Nephi Edwin, killed by accident;
  7. Joseph Smith, married Sarah Sophrona Perry;
  8. Martha Elennor, married Richard H. Thorn;
  9. Harriet Elizabeth, married Robert A. Hutchinson;
  10. Julia Roseltha and Lydia Mariah, died young.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Elder. Farmer. Died August 26, 1886, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, Henry

of St. Clair, Alabama.

Married:Amanda Elizabeth Andrews 1855, in Floyd county, Georgia. (daughter of Samuel Andrews and Elizabeth Potts, who lived seven miles north of Rome, Floyd county, Georgia., came to Utah October 1, 1869). She was born June 6, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Mary Elizabeth, married Peter Brown;
  2. Martha Frances, married Burdell Davis.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, Joshua

Came to Utah with oxteam.

Married:Sally .
Their children:
  1. Lee, married Emma Richardson;
  2. Gord;
  3. Iowa, married Mary Elizabeth Grow;
  4. Chellis, married Lola Elmer;
  5. Orson, married Eliza Tracy;
  6. Mary, married George Ramey.

Family home Beaver, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, Iowa

(son of Joshua and Sally Hall). Born in Iowa.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Grow, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Henry C. born October 2, 1871, married Elizabeth Merkley;
  2. Mary Elizabeth, married John Hacking;
  3. Sarah Melissa, married Charles Davis;
  4. Iowa Jefferson, married Mina Adams;
  5. Mark, married Myrtle Arnold;
  6. Joseph, married Ethel Dolman;
  7. Rutha May, married Lee Caldwell;
  8. Orson E., married Marinda Allen;
  9. Charles William, married Effie Peters;
  10. Cloe Mariah, married Quince Johnson;
  11. Alfred.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Farmer. Died April 9, 1905, Dry Forks, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, Henry C.

(son of Iowa Hall and Mary Elizabeth Grow). Born October 2, 1871, Huntsville, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Merkley December 24, 1893, Maeser ward. Vernal, Utah (daughter of Nelson Merkley and Sarah Jane Sanders of Cedar Fort, Utah). She was born December 29, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Henry Grant born July 22, 1895;
  2. James Arthur born October 21, 1897;
  3. Wallace Edgar born September 30, 1900;
  4. Mary Elizabeth born December 30, 1902;
  5. Nelson Albion born August 18, 1904;
  6. Helen Laverne born April 9, 1906;
  7. Sarah May born June 18, 1911.

Family resided Dry Fork and Hayden, Utah.

Road supervisor. Farmer and lumberman.

Sources:

Hall, Newton Daniel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Daniel Hall and Sarah Loomis). Born March 12, 1819, at Byron, New York. Came to Utah September 28, 1847. Vincent Shurtliff company.

Married:Sarah Jane Busenbark 1843 in New York state (daughter of Isaac Busenbark and Abigail Manning of Niagara county, New York; the former came to Utah in 1849, the latter died on the plains), who was born March 2, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Louisa Jane;
  2. Newton D.;
  3. Mary E.;
  4. Lemira;
  5. Lewna;
  6. Byron H.;
  7. Alice;
  8. Ephraim;
  9. Lydia;
  10. Calvin, married Cenia Iverson.

Seventy; ward teacher. Died March 11, 1889, at Washington, Utah.

Sources:

Hall, Calvin

(son of Newton Daniel Hall and Sarah Jane Busenbark). Born August 6, 1865, at Providence, Utah.

Married:Cenia Iverson June 26, 1885, at St. George, Utah (daughter of Hans Peter Iverson and Anne D. Nisson of Denmark, pioneers 1869, Robert F. Neslen company), who was born December 5, 1865.
Their child (adopted):
  1. Caddie.

Family home Washington, Utah.

Bishop; superintendent Sunday school; missionary to central states 1898 to 1901. City recorder. Merchant; farmer.

Sources:

Hall, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Robert Hall of Scotland and Elizabeth Miller of England). Born September 1, 1816, at Liverpool. Came to Utah 1861 with Alfred Cardon company.

Married:Ann Hughes 1840 (daughter of Samuel Hughes and Hannah Bevan), who was born December 30, 1817.
Their children:
  1. Samuel P. born March 17, 1841, married Margaret Williamson February 2, 1864;
  2. Joseph S. born August 21, 1843, married Margaret Hill;
  3. Thomas J. born October 18, 1846, married Henrietta Pearce;
  4. James H. born September 8, 1860, married Cyrenia Nebeker;
  5. Hannah M. born July 27, 1864, married Ellis W. Wiltbank;
  6. Brigham Y. born September 29, 1856;
  7. William H. born June 24, 1859.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Wellsville and St. George.

Married:Hannah Stephens.
Their child:
  1. Sarah A. born October 26, 1856, married Charles Brizzie.

Resided in Salt Lake City from October 1861 to 1860; later went to Las Vegas, Nevada, then to Wellsville, Utah, and later was called to Dixie, settling at St. George. Missionary to Canada. Died at St. George at age of 78 years.

Sources:

Hall, Samuel P.

(son of Thomas Hall and Ann Hughes). Born March 17, 1841, at Liverpool, England.

Married:Margaret Williamson February 2, 1864, at Wellsville, Utah (daughter of James Williamson and Mary Rae, the former a pioneer, 1851, Alfred Cardon company). She was born January 26, 1844, at Slamannan, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Samuel W. born November 29, 1864, married Catherine Stuart;
  2. Thomas W. born October 7, 1866, married Jemima Gunnell;
  3. James W. born December 2, 1868, married Martha Owen;
  4. William W. born January 4, 1871, married Antoinette Larsen;
  5. Hyrum W. born August 27, 1873, married Margaret Hill;
  6. Margaret W. born February 18, 1876;
  7. John Rae W. born November 26, 1878, married Alice Nuttall;
  8. David W. born July 1, 1881, died April 1888;
  9. Leroy W. born October 6, 1883, married Barbara Allan.

Family home Wellsville, Utah.

Farmer.

Sources:

Hall, Joseph Smith

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Thomas Hall and Ann Hughes). Born August 21, 1843, at Hawarden, North Wales. Came to Utah 1851 with Alfred Cardon company.

Married:Margaret Hill January 20, 1866, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Hill and Margaret Brice), who was born November 28, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Margaret A. born December 2, 1865, married Daniel Price (died in 1896) and John Timothy (died in 1899);
  2. Mary E. born December 26, 1867, married Absalom Bybee;
  3. Joseph H. born November 28, 1869, married Henrietta Bronson;
  4. Rebecca born October 22, 1871, married Parley Inglet;
  5. Hannah M. born January 30, 1874, married Thomas Thompson;
  6. Thomas J. born October 29, 1876, married Carrie M. Cafferty (died August 4, 1904), married Harriet Bodily August 7, 1907;
  7. Julia born December 21, 1878, married William E. Steers;
  8. Sarah A. born February 14, 1881, married Thomas W. Jenkins;
  9. William Roy born May 6, 1883, married Caroline Smith;
  10. Zina born March 15, 1886, married Thomas Eugene Peck;
  11. Loretta born November 29, 1887, married William D. Gilbert;
  12. Wilford born September 25, 1889, married Ada Gilbert.

Family home Fairview, Idaho.

Died April 9, 1908, at Fairview.

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Hall, Joseph H.

(son of Joseph Smith Hall and Margaret Hill). Born November 28, 1867, at Wellsville, Utah.

Married:Henrietta Bronson February 8, 1893, at Logan, Utah (daughter of E. H. Bronson and Lydia Cole of Fairview, Idaho), who was born December 24, 1873, at Willard, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph H. born July 14, 1894;
  2. Henry I. born March 28, 1896;
  3. Orva C. born December 19, 1897;
  4. Orlan E. born January 2, 1902;
  5. Margaret A. born July 16, 1904;
  6. Willis Loyd born May 14, 1911.
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Halls, John

(son of William Halls and Louisa C. Enderby). Born July 11, 1872, Huntsville, Utah.

Married:Mary J. Grow February 15, 1895, Logan, Utah (daughter of John W. Grow and Catherine McKay), who was born September 1, 1876, Huntsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Milton E. born February 4, 1901;
  2. Julian W. born December 10, 1903;
  3. Edna born September 9, 1909.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Second counselor in bishopric of Huntsville ward; bishop same ward. City councilman at Huntsville; member county board of education of Weber county 1908. School teacher.

Sources:

Halladay, Abraham

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

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(son of William Halladay and Sarah Batchalor of Allesley, Warwickshire, England). Born August 24, 1824, at Fillongley, Warwickshire. Came to Utah September 13, 1852, with Warren Snow company.

Married:Mary Ann Beesley January 27, 1845, at Chilvercoton, England. She was born May 25, 1826.
Their children:
  1. William A., married Mary Ann Price;
  2. Joseph, died;
  3. Daniel Henry, married Harriet Carter;
  4. Sarah Ann, married Albert Jones;
  5. Abraham E., married Mary Chadwick;
  6. George;
  7. Mary Elizabeth, died;
  8. Mary Ann, married William K. Farrer;
  9. John Franklin, married Elizabeth A. Jones.

Family home Prove, Utah.

Married:Ellen Reese at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Reese and Hagar Pugh of Wales).
Their children:
  1. Thomas, died;
  2. Joseph R.;
  3. Ellen Ann, married William Mildenhall;
  4. Walter R., married Rachel McDonald;
  5. David R., married Annie Cooper;
  6. James A., married Isabell Lamb;
  7. Mary E., married Alvin Boardman;
  8. Arthur A., married Agnes Florence Sorenson;
  9. Phyllis, married William R. Home.

High Priest; missionary to England 1881; high councilor; assistant Sunday school superintendent; acting bishop. Deputy sheriff; city councilman. Farmer; merchant. Died May 12, 1906. Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Halladay, Abraham E.

(son of Abraham Halladay and Mary Ann Beesley). Born February 17, 1856, at Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary Chadwick May 13, 1885, at Logan (daughter of William R. Chadwick and Susannah Drew of London, England, the latter came to Utah September 1882). She was born May 24, 1864.
Their children:
  1. William R. born May 4, 1886, died;
  2. Lydia S. born April 7, 1888;
  3. George A. born June 21, 1890;
  4. Raymond born January 13, 1893;
  5. Clyde born August 16, 1900, died;
  6. Claude born August 16, 1900, died.

Family home Provo.

Elder. Farmer.

Sources:

Halls, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Halls. Orsett, Essex, England, and Susanna Selstone, born January 24, 1801, West Thurrock). Born May 25, 1834, Orsett, Essex. Came to Utah September 16, 1861, Ira Eldredge company.

Married:Louisa C. Enderby April 16, 1861 (daughter of William Enderby and Elizabeth Carritt). She was born October 31, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Mosiah born March 12, 1862, married Rosa Walton;
  2. William born September 6, 1863, married Ella Barker;
  3. Thomas born June 18, 1866, married Luella Hammond;
  4. George Henry born June 20, 1867, married Celia Raymond;
  5. Louisa E. born April 6, 1870, married Christian Wangsgaard;
  6. John born July 11, 1872, married Mary J. Grow February 16, 1895.

Family home Huntsville

Married:Johanna M. Frandsen June 26, 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jens Frandsen and Kjersten Christensen, pioneers with Captain Hunt company; came from Denmark). She was born August 21, 1855, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Johanna Susanna born January 29, 1873, married John Smith;
  2. Mary born August 29, 1876, married Charles S. Brown;
  3. David born October 12, 1877, married Lillian E. Dean;
  4. Lucy (twin) born November 4, 1879,
  5. Emma (twin) born November 4, 1879, married P. C. Lansing;
  6. Sarah born November 21, 1881;
  7. James Louis born June 23, 1883, married Elvira Burnham;
  8. Eliza M. born February 16, 1886;
  9. Franklin born July 12, 1887;
  10. Herbert born October 6, 1891;
  11. Florence born March 12, 1894.

Family home Mancos, Colorado.

Married:Eleanor Howard January 8, 1880, who died March 7, 1884.
Their child:
  1. Lottie born April 25, 1881. Missionary to England 1854-61.

Taught school at Kaysville 1861-62. Moved to Huntsville 1862. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah, 1864, William B. Preston company. Set apart as first counselor in Huntsville bishopric June 1877. March 1885 went on mission to assist in settlement of San Juan County, Utah; and on organization of San Juan stake June 188E was chosen first counselor in stake presidency. Moved from Bluff, Utah, to Mancos, Colorado 1886. Acting president San Juan stake, with exception of few weeks, from November 1900 to May 1902, when he was again set apart as first counselor. Ordained patriarch May 17, 1908. Stake tithing clerk. Secretary Huntsville Co-op, store and postmaster of Huntsville, Utah, several years. In Colorado, director public schools in Mancos; served two terms as county superintendent of schools, Montezuma county; also justice of the peace. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Halverson, Simon Frederick

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Halver Simonson and Moren Frederickson, both of Onse, Norway). Born October 2, 1829, at Onse. Came to Utah, via Copenhagen, Denmark, and Hull and Liverpool, England, 1854-55, reaching Salt Lake City September 7, 1866, Noah T. Guymon company.

Married:Torbeg Kistene Gunderson March 25, 1855, while en route to Utah (daughter of Gunder and Annie Erickson), who was born May 18, 1838, Risor, Norway, and came to 14, 1880, at Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Andrew born April 26, 1866, died May 4, 1856;
  2. Matilda born July 4, 1857, married Winslow Farr December 12, 1878;
  3. Samuel Franklin born July 15, 1869, married Emily Farr;
  4. Annie born February 4, 1862, died February 4, 1879;
  5. Simon born April 6, 1864, died July 2, 1878;
  6. Hyrum born June 26, 1866, married Ann Ritchie;
  7. George born November 25, 1868, married Evelyn Whittaker;
  8. James born November 25, 1868, married Lillian M. Robbins;
  9. Mary Ellen born July 8, 1871, married John W. Owen;
  10. Bertha Elinda born November 16, 1874, married William Swinyard;
  11. Owen Walter born March 21, 1878, married Geneva Driggs.

Family home Marriott, Weber County, Utah.

Married:Ingebor Gurena Fredrickson December 10, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Knude Fredrickson and Ann Carson), who was born May 18, 1838, Risor, Norway, and came to Utah 1861, Captain Thompson company.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born September 3, 1865, died July 29, 1875;
  2. Fredrick born April 18, 1867, married Maude Worthington;
  3. Amelia born June 6, 1869, married Reuben M. Wright;
  4. Charles Albert born January 19, 1871, married Diana Watson September 6, 1899;
  5. Sarah born March 6, 1873, died February 13, 1876;
  6. Francis Theodore born April 6, 1875, married Frances Bitton;
  7. Ann Etta born January 13, 1878;
  8. Arthur born April 27, 1880, married Elizabeth J. Pierce June 12, 1907.

Family home Marriott.

First president Marriott district 1863-77; justice of the peace; school trustee. Died January 6, 1901.

Sources:

Halverson, George

(son of Simon Frederick Halverson and Torbeg Kistene Gunderson). Born November 26, 1868, at Marriott, Weber County, Utah.

Married:Evelyn Whittaker November 17, 1897, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas S. Whittaker and Elizabeth Mills, former a pioneer). She was born January 1, 1875, Centerville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. George Byron born August 21, 1900;
  2. Spencer Lyndon born March 20, 1905.

Graduated from normal school University of Utah 1888; taught school two years principal South Washington school, Ogden, Utah, one year. Graduated university of Michigan, 1894, with degree LL. B. and began practice of law at Ogden same year. Weber county attorney two terms; district attorney about seven years; admitted to practice before supreme court of U. S. April 23, 1901.

Sources:

Halverson, Charles A.

(son of Simon Frederick Halverson and Ingebor Gurena Fredrickson). Born January 19, 1871.

Married:Diana Watson September 6, 1899, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Watson and Sarah Mortimer of Goole, England; came to Utah June 1881). She was born June 17, 1877.
Their children:
  1. Edna W. born November 2, 1902;
    1. Alton born July 16, 1901;
  2. Marlowe born January 28, 1907;
  3. Phyllis born August 19, 1910.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Missionary to Norway 1899-1902; member Weber stake high council.

Sources:

Hamblin, Isaiah

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Barnabas Hamblin, born 1739, and Mary Bassett). Born 1790, Falmouth, Massachusetts. Came to Utah October 27, 1860, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Daphney Haynes of North Hero, Vermont, November 30, 1812 (daughter of William Haynes and Miss Stoddard), who was born 1797, and died en route to Utah.
Their children:
  1. Melissa Daphney born February 1, 1814, married Isaac Fuller September 14, 1833;
  2. Emily Haynes born October 30, 1816, married James Fuller June 3, 1832;
  3. Jacob Vernon born April 2, 1819, married Lucinda Taylor April 30, 1839;
  4. Olive H. born May 1, 1821, married Henry Johnson August 27, 1838;
  5. Adaline Amarilla born September 18, 1823, married Lyman O. Littlefield;
  6. Obed born February 25, 1826;
  7. Alsen Hayns born April 28, 1828, married Hester A. Stoddard 1849;
  8. William Haynes born October 28, 1828, married Mary Leavitt 1850;
  9. Oscar born April 4, 1833, married Mary Ann Corbridge February 14, 1854;
  10. Edwin born May 20, 1835, married Hannah Mariah Cook 1855;
  11. Francis Marion born November 27, 1839, married Arminda Crow October 31, 1859;
  12. Fredrick born February 12, 1841, married Frances Jane Prudum May 29, 1859.

Family home Bainbridge, Ohio. High priest.

Sources:

Hamblin, Edwin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Isaiah Hamblin and Daphney Haynes). Born May 20, 1835, Bainbridge, Geauga County, Ohio. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Hannah Mariah Cook May 24, 1855 (daughter of Joseph P. Cook and Hannah M. Lashmelia), who was born 1834, and came to Utah October 24, 1854, William A. Empey company.
Their children:
  1. Obed Edwin born February 13, 1856, married Margret Aycock July 19, 1883;
  2. Isaiah born November 8, 1857;
  3. Hannah Mariah born December 12, 1859, married Thomas Logan May 27, 1883;
  4. Catherine Monsell born November 1, 1861;
  5. Sarah Ann born August 11, 1863, married David R. Sinclair September 19, 1889;
  6. Josephine born November 9, 1864, married Joseph Rice July 1, 1891;
  7. Joseph Peter born November 28, 1866, married Charlotte Adair 1895;
  8. Emma Elizabeth born December 18, 1869, married Andrew Edwards 1892;
  9. William Haynes born July 18, 1872, married Morey James;
  10. Mary Ellen born August 6, 1873, married Alonzo Johnson.

Family home Clover Valley, Lincoln county, Nevada.

Missionary among the Indians of Southern Utah 1858-61; high priest. First lieutenant in militia Tooele county; minuteman. Justice of peace at Clover Valley, Nevada.

Sources:

Hamer, Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Samuel and Jane Thornley of Bolton, Lancashire, England). Born August 31, 1831, Bolton, England. Came to Utah October 1851, Orson Pratt company.

Married:Ann Albion November 5, 1857, Salt Lake City, Bishop Kesler officiating (daughter of James Albion and Ann Byers of England, formerly a pioneer 1851, handcart company). She was born May 2, 1835.
Their children:
  1. Ann M., died youth;
  2. Jane;
  3. Samuel, died youth;
  4. John, married Nellie Jones;
  5. Daniel, married Ellen W. Halverson;
  6. Jessie, died young;
  7. Clara, married Robert A. Moyes;
  8. Joseph, died aged 3;
  9. David H., died aged 1;
  10. Willard, married Maria Stevenson.
Married:Sarah Openshaw July 8, 1870, Salt Lake City, Brigham Young officiating (daughter of Job Openshaw and Nancy Beswick of Manchester, England, came to Utah June 1869). She was born December 21, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Ellen born August 20, 1871, married Albert S. Reiser;
  2. Samuel Ernest born May 1, 1873, married Sarah Jane Burton;
  3. Martha Matt born January 19, 1875, married Oscar W. Nyberg;
  4. Mary born June 19, 1877, married Hyrum born Smith;
  5. Walter born September 10, 1879, married Mary Stevenson;
  6. Emma born March 9, 1882, married Newton C. Schellenger;
  7. William Franklin born September 22, 1884, died infant;
  8. Elsie born May 22, 1890, married Frank Taysum.

Families resided Salt Lake City.

Seventy; home missionary; counselor to James Henry, bishop of Panaca ward, Nevada; high priest. Patrolman at Salt Lake City. Machinist and blacksmith. Died February 8, 1895.

Sources:

Hamilton, Andrew M.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of James Baker Hamilton of Ohio). Born in Ohio. Came to Utah 1852, Bryant Jolly company.

Married:Ella Wilson, in Tennessee.
Their children:
  1. Ely, married Sarah Orton;
  2. Zachariah;
  3. David, married Ellen Bennett;
  4. Lovisa, married John Butler, married Moroni Olney;
  5. Joseph, died aged 9;
  6. James born, married Martha Shelton;
  7. Brigham, died aged 46;
  8. Catherine, married Ephraim Van Wagonen;
  9. Malissa, married Moses Reeves;
  10. William, died infant.

Family resided Springville and Richfield, Utah.

Seventy; bishop’s counselor at Midway, Utah; presiding bishop of Juniper, Arizona; missionary. Veteran Walker, Black Hawk and Tintic Indian wars. He was sealed to Joseph Smith’s family. Miller and carpenter. Died at Springville, Utah.

Sources:

Hamilton, David F.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Andrew M. Hamilton and Ella Wilson). Born May 27, 1833. Came to Utah 1847, oxteam company.

Married:Martha Ellen Bennett November 18, 1858, at Springville, Utah (daughter of David Bennett and Jenna Lowell, both of Illinois). Came to Utah 1847, Rodolphus Bennett oxteam company). She was born March 1, 1840.
Their children:
  1. David William born April 22, 1860, married Eliza Bird;
  2. James Alma born January 18, 1862, married Susan Waggner;
  3. Robert born January 20, 1864, died aged 13;
  4. Rodolphus born December 11, 1866, died Infant;
  5. Henry born May 11, 1868, died infant;
  6. Brigham born March 31, 1869, married Ella Gentry;
  7. Calvin born July 20, 1871, married Melia Hunt;
  8. Ellen born September 4, 1873, married Frank D. Warren;
  9. Emma born March 14, 1875, married Frank Wiseman.

Family home Richfield, Utah.

Member of the church. Indian War veteran. Farmer; stockraiser. Died November 18, 1893, at Price, Utah.

Sources:

Hamilton, James B.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Andrew M. Hamilton and Ella Wilson). Born November 2, 1842, Hancock county, Illinois. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Martha Shelton December 17, 1865, Mound City, Utah (daughter of Stephen Shelton and Abigail Harris, pioneers 1850, Melvin Ross company). She was born June 22, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Ella A. born November 4, 1866, married Levi Snyder;
  2. Nancy J. born November 13, 1868, married Joseph Nielson;
  3. James A. born March 6, 1870, married Lizzie Kummer;
  4. Lovisa born March 25, 1873, married Kimball Snyder;
  5. Margaret born May 7, 1876, married William Campbell;
  6. William B. born June 19, 1878;
  7. Mary born February 16, 1882, married Theopholis Chambers;
  8. Hyrum T. born August 19, 1884;
  9. David born November 11, 1887, married Delia VanWagronen;
  10. Emma A. born December 8, 1888, died aged 4.

Family home Midway, Utah.

Member 66th quorum seventies; ward teacher. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1862. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Farmer.

Sources:

Hamilton, James McDonald

(son of John Hamilton, Jr., and Mary McDonald of Hamilton’s Fort, Iron county, Utah). Born October 15, 1859.

Married:Jane Elizabeth Gower May 2, 1881, at Cedar City, Utah (daughter of Thomas Gower and Martha Ann Stockdale).
Their children:
  1. James Donald;
  2. Martha Isabelle.

Family home Hamilton’s Fort, Utah.

Sources:

Hammer, Hans Anderson

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Hans Hammer of Burgholm, Denmark). Born October 11, 1829, at Burgholm, Denmark. Came to Utah 1864.

Married:Anna C. Reese 1853.
Their children:
  1. George born 1858;
  2. Maggie born 1860, married Edward Cox 1886;
  3. Aldora born 1862, married Henry Ashton 1887;
  4. Julius;
  5. John;
  6. William.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Married:Anna Christina Orego 1868 (daughter of Christian Larsen Orego, pioneer of 1866, and Maria Peterson), who was born 1839.
Their children:
  1. Myria born 1868;
  2. Elizabeth born 1869;
  3. Joseph born 1871, married Zerelda Egbert 1897;
  4. Christian born 1873;
  5. Alma born 1875;
  6. Moses born 1877;
  7. Samuel born 1879, married Linda Stewart 1899.

Settled at Salt Lake City 1854, moved to Lehi, Utah, 1858. Worked on temple. Trader; hotel and livery keeper. Died 1905.

Sources:

Hammond, Francis Asbury

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Samuel Smith Hammond and Charity Edwards of Patchogue, Long Island, New York). Born November 1, 1822, Patchogue, New York. Came to Utah November 1848.

Married:Mary Jane Dilworth November 17, 1848, Salt Lake City (daughter of Caleb Dilworth and Eliza Wollerton of Lionville, Chester county, Pennsylvania, former came to Utah July 24, 1847, Edward Hunter company, latter 1848, Jedediah M. Grant company). She was born July 29, 1831.
Their children:
  1. Francis Asbury, died while on a mission;
  2. Samuel Smith, married Eleonora Marie Sorensen;
  3. Fletcher born, married Chalista Bronson;
  4. Mary Moiselle, married George Halls;
  5. Eliza Dilworth, married Mons Peterson;
  6. Luella Adelaid, married Thomas Halls;
  7. Joseph Heber, married Isa Wright;
  8. George Albert, died;
  9. William Edmond, died;
  10. Maybell Ophelia, married Hyrum W. Fielding;
  11. Lizzie Fontella, died child;
  12. Amelia May (died), married J. U. Allred.

Family home Huntsville, Utah.

Member 59th quorum seventies; missionary to Sandwich Islands 1850-55; 2nd counselor to Bishop C. W. West of Ogden; president of a branch; bishop; president San Juan stake. County commissioner; justice of peace; member legislature. Farmer; stockraiser; dealer in boots, shoes and saddlery. Died November 27, 1900, Largo, New Mexico.

Sources:

Hammond, Samuel Smith

(son of Francis Asbury Hammond and Mary Jane Dilworth). Born April 15, 1853, Lahaina Maui, Sandwich Islands.

Married:Eleonora Marie Sorensen July 14, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of Christian Sorensen and Nelsine Anderson of Huntsville, Utah, who came to Utah July 2, 1872, Anthon H. Lund company). She was born May 4, 1863, in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Samuel Smith, married Vera Wilde;
  2. Zina Eleonora, married Alfred Agren;
  3. Clara May, died;
  4. John Henry;
  5. Eda May, died;
  6. Genevieve.

Family resided Huntsville, Utah, Mancos, Colorado, and Moreland, Idaho.

One of presidents of 76th quorum seventies; missionary to Sandwich Islands 1889-92; to Navajo Indians 1887; president high priests quorum; bishop’s counselor. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hammond, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

Born 1799 in England; came to Utah 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Mary Luvica Parker 1821 in New York, who was born September 1797.
Their children:
  1. Joseph;
  2. Mary;
  3. Sarah;
  4. Sufrona.

Family home South Cottonwood, Utah.

Died 1859 at South Cottonwood, Utah.

Sources:

Hammond, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of John Hammond and Luvica Parker). Born June 14, 1822, in New York. Came to Utah 1848 with his father.

Married:Elizabeth Egbert March 1843, Hancock County, Illinois. (daughter of John Egbert and Susanna Hann both of Little Cottonwood, Utah, pioneers 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born March 22, 1824.
Their children:
  1. John E. born January 1, 1844, married Baling Walker;
  2. Robert A. born October 1845, married Sarah Wilson;
  3. Joseph, died child;
  4. Susannah born January 10, 1850, married James Deans;
  5. Elizabeth, married Hosea Stout;
  6. Luvica Ann, died infant;
  7. Helen Josephine, married Peter Hanson.

Family home St. George, Utah.

Married:Delta Kelsy at St. George, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Orson;
  2. Abigal.

Family home St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Hammond, John Egbert

(son of Joseph Hammond and Elizabeth Egbert). He was born January 1, 1844, Hancock county, Illinois.

Married:Selina W. Walker November 21, 1862, at South Cottonwood, Utah (daughter of Henry Walker and Anne Preece of Herefordshire, England. Came to Utah September 20, 1853, with Claudius V. Spencer company). She was born April 19, 1841, at Little Elm, Herefordshire.
Their children:
  1. John H. born December 29, 1863;
  2. Joseph E. born April 8, 1866, died September 17, 1867;
  3. Elizabeth J. born June 6, 1868;
  4. Gorilla S. born October 24, 1870;
  5. Wilford E. born October 24, 1872;
  6. Annie V. born June 13, 1875;
  7. Nellie S. born December 20, 1877;
  8. Lillie born April 18, 1880;
  9. Rose E. born September 14, 1882, died August 6, 1884;
  10. Alice H. born December 17, 1886, died July 20, 1893.

Family home Eagle Valley, Nevada.

Moved to St. George, Utah, 1862; and from there to Eagle Valley, Lincoln county, Nevada, 1865. Presiding elder Eagle Valley branch of Panaca ward in Nevada five years. Farmer and gardener.

Sources:

Hammond, Milton D.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Nathaniel R. Hammond and Alzina Spencer of Michigan). Born October 7, 1831, in New York. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Lovisa Miller December 11, 1853. Farmington, Utah (daughter of Daniel A. Miller and Clarisa Palm of Farmington, pioneers 1848). She was born October 1, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Melvin M., married Sarah Thornton;
  2. James T., married Leonora Blair;
  3. Clarisa Alzina, married J. H. Brown, Jr.;
  4. Estus W., married Ida Pitkin;
  5. Lionel, married Ester Gamble;
  6. Datus R., married Sarah Gamble;
  7. Lovisa, married Andrew A. Allen, Jr.;
  8. Viola;
  9. Daniel A.;
  10. Minnie, married Robert Allen.

Family home Providence, Utah.

High Priest; bishop Providence ward; counselor to president of Cache stake. Probate judge of Cache county many years. Farmer; machine and implement dealer.

Sources:

Hammond, James T.

(son of Milton D. Hammond and Lovisa Miller). Born December 11, 1856, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Leonora Blair December 18, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter of Seth M. Blair and Sarah Jane Foster of Logan, Utah, pioneers 1849). She was born December 22, 1860.
Their children:
  1. James T. born December 11, 1886;
  2. “Wendell B. born October 31, 1888;
  3. Roscoe E. born February 19, 1891.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 124th quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1881-83. Clerk, recorder and attorney Cache county; president board of education, Salt Lake City; member state legislature two terms, and state senate one term; secretary of state 1895-1904. Attorney-at-law.

Sources:

Hampton, Benjamin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Benjamin Hampton and Patience Schull). Born February 11, 1827, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 1853, Moses Clawson company.

Married:Adelaide Eugenia Grant January 30, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joshua Grant and Louise Marie Goulay of Salt Lake City, pioneers September 2, 1851, private company). She was born October 4, 1845.
Their children:
  1. Adelaide;
  2. Grant, married Catherine Aurelia Lowe;
  3. William Goulet, married Hattie Lyman;
  4. Horace Benjamin, married Jean Pearson;
  5. Robert Roy, married Margaret Howat;
  6. Joseph Eugene, died December 1, 1877.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Miner and smelting man.

Sources:

Hampton, Grant

(son of Benjamin Hampton and Adelaide E. Grant). Born September 8, 1867, Salt Lake City.

Married:Catherine Aurelia Lowe September 15, 1904, Salt Lake City (daughter of George A. Lowe and Anna M. Dewing).
Their children:
  1. Anna born July 21, 1905;
  2. Aurelia born August 28, 1910.
Sources:

Hancey, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of George Hancey, born 1806, and Hannah Reynolds, born June 16, 1811, both of Suffolk, England). He was born September 1, 1835, Chedeston, Suffolk. Came to Utah September 4, 1860, Franklin Brown company.

Married:Rachel Seamons October 12, 1855 (daughter of Henry Seamons, who died February 14, 1860, Omaha, Nebraska, and Mary King, pioneer September 4, 1860, Franklin Brown company, married 1832). She was born May 31, 1834.
Their children:
  1. James Sands born March 24, 1856, married Ellen Balls October 9, 1879;
  2. George Henry born June 21, 1858, died September 25, 1859, Omaha;
  3. Horace William born February 25, 1860, married Jensine Christensen March 5, 1890;
  4. Mary Eliza born February 1, 1862, married William Metcalf July 8, 1880;
  5. Henry Edwin born February 19, 1864, married Nellie M. Hyde July 7, 1892;
  6. Amelia Rachel born January 19, 1866, married John A. Woolf May 8, 1884;
  7. Alvin David born February 15, 1868, died February 26, 1868;
  8. Jesse Samuel born June 8, 1869, married Christine Erhartsen March 5, 1890;
  9. Alma John born June 5, 1871, married Ellen E. Thurston December 16, 1897;
  10. Hannah Elizabeth born August 2, 1873, married William Henry Price November 16, 1891;
  11. Arthur Claudius born April 14, 1876, married Minnie Bybee December 6, 1901.

Family home Hyde Park, Utah.

Married:Louise Purser April 9, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of Francis Purser, pioneer Thomas Ricks company, and Frances Eynon, died while crossing ocean to America, married in Pembrokeshire, Wales). She was born July 17, 1843, in Wales.
Their children:
  1. Frederic P. born September 24, 1866, married May Emily Hebdon April 24, 1897;
  2. Laura Louise born December 15, 1867, died February 21, 1868;
  3. Lottie Lorenne born December 19, 1869, married Joseph Broadbent December 8, 1886;
  4. Lillian born October 13, 1870, died January 7, 1877;
  5. Lettie Bell born August 27, 1872, married George Q. Rich December 9, 1891;
  6. Leonora born May 15, 1874, died June 22, 1874;
  7. Lula born May 9, 1875, married Otto B. Erlandson June 12, 1895;
  8. Moses Moroni born October 28, 1877;
  9. Justus Edmund born April 4, 1889, married Elizabeth Monk July 27, 1910.

Family home Hyde Park.

Married:Annie Marie Christopherson October 10, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Christian Christopherson and Christine Nielsen;
Married:1860, Aalborg, Denmark, and came to Utah 1875). She was born March 9, 1863, at Aalborg.
Their children:
  1. Rachel May born May 3, 1881, married George Kirby February 5, 1902;
  2. James Alfred born July 2, 1883, married Susan Arnold June 27, 1900;
  3. Mary Menetie born October 7, 1885, married Martin C. Reeder May 19, 1905;
  4. George Ernest born January 17, 1888;
  5. Leander born May 12, 1890;
  6. Leslie Peter born October 1, 1892;
  7. Evan Homer born December 25, 1894;
  8. Clarence born March 8, 1897;
  9. Georgiana born May 23, 1899;
  10. Lillian born June 26, 1902;
  11. Aleda born May 2, 1904.

Elder. Assistant surgeon in Utah militia in 60’s. Carpenter and builder; cabinet maker; machinist dentist. Inventor of automatic spill-gate used in Logan Canyon. Registration and health officer of Hyde Park Utah. Died April 6, 1913.

Sources:

Hancey, James Sands

(son of James Hancey and Rachel Seamons). Born March 24, 1856, on the ship Caravan on Atlantic ocean.

Married:Ellen Balls October 9, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Balls and Sarah Baxter, pioneers September 2, 1868. Simpson M. Molen company). She was born November 3, 1859, Chedeston, England.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ellen born September 7, 1881, married Willon Wildmun June 4, 1903;
  2. James Sands, Jr., born November 10, 1883, married Florence I. Merrill June 28, 1905 (died 1908), married Mabel Benson January 15, 1912;
  3. John Willard born November 7, 1885, married Vira C. Hansen November 3, 1909;
  4. George Leonard born May 15, 1888;
  5. Susie born June 27, 1890;
  6. Norval Heber born December 8, 1892;
  7. Vilate born April 6, 1896;
  8. Manila born February 12, 1899.

Family home Hyde Park, Utah.

Elder. Snare drummer Utah militia in ‘60’s. Organist for church choir and Sunday school 1875-1903; organist for all priesthood meetings; teacher and leader of first brass band 10 years, of second brass band eight years; member of present brass band, arid of Home Dramatic Company nine years. Carpenter and builder; painter and paperhanger; keeps furniture and repair shop.

Sources:

Hancock, C. B.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Solomon Hancock, born August 14, 1793, Springfield, Massachusetts, and Sarah Herrick Adams, born May 17, 1795. Pawlet, Vermont. Married March 12, 1815). He was born in 1823 at Columbus, Ohio. Came to Utah 1847 with an independent company.

Married:Samantha Rawson in 1850 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Horace Rawson and Elizabeth Coffin, pioneers 1849). She was born in 1830.
Their children:
      1. born January 1, 1851, married Louisa Shurtliff 1874;
  1. Cornelia Samantha born August 16, 1852, married Noah Shurtliff;
  2. Alta Percillia born December 27, 1863 m, Francis Shurtliff.

Family resided Harrisville, Weber county, Utah.

High Priest; second bishop of Payson, Utah. Farmer; stockraiser.

Sources:

Hancock, C. B., Jr.

(son of C. B. Hancock and Samantha Rawson). Born January 1, 1851.

Married:Louisa Shurtliff September 28, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Luman Shurtliff and Mary Adams), who was born in 1856 at Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Charles William born March 1, 1876, married Martha Richardson;
  2. Mary Samantha born August 22, 1877, died;
  3. George born December 25, 1879, married Florence Bennett 1904;
  4. John Riley born March 5, 1881;
  5. Ida Luella born December 6, 1883, married Hyrum Bowman;
  6. Cyrus Alvin born December 8, 1885, married Nettie Griddle;
  7. Chloe Larinda born May 13, 1887, married Hyrum Curtiss;
  8. Alma born August 16, 1889, married Lucella Baker;
  9. Louisa Adeline born June 27, 1893, married John Hatfield January 19, 1911;
  10. Louis Delbert born July 2, 1895.
Sources:

Hancock, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of William Hancock and Susan Hooper of London, England). Born August 27, 1827, London. Came to Utah 1852, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married:Ann Melsom Hughes (daughter of John Hughes and Sarah Stephenson), who was born June, 1825, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Hiram born April 27, 1849, married Mary Anna Glover;
  2. Susan born November 13, 1852, married Jacob Sorensen;
  3. James Brigham born July 10, 1856, married Emma Sorensen;
  4. Anna Mary born April 7, 1857, died.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Mendon, Utah.

Veteran Echo Canyon war. Guard of Brigham Young’s residence. Helped to build the walls of temple and tabernacle. Ward teacher; high priest. Was in first settlement at Mendon. Assisted in irrigation and making ditches.

Sources:

Hancock, Joseph Hiram

(son of James Hancock and Ann Melsom Hughes). Born April 27, 1849, Bradford, Yorkshire, England.

Married:Mary Anna Glover 1872, Salt Lake City, her birthplace.
Their children:
  1. Joseph William born April 19, 1876, married Agnes Richards;
  2. Jane Melsom, married Walter J. Sloan;
  3. Mary Luella born July 10, 1878, married Julius Hauerbach;
  4. James Autie born August 23, 1880;
  5. Orson;
  6. Oscar;
  7. Chloe May born November 8, 1889.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Drove team to Weeping Water, Missouri, for immigrants. Member cavalry under Colonel Ricks. High priest. Farmer. Hotel keeper.

Sources:

Hancock, Levi W.

Note

Ordained a seventy, 28 February 1835; appointed a president of the Seventy shortly after. Enlisted in Mormon Battalion and the only general authority of church on march; served as unofficial chaplain for battalion. Arrived in Salt Lake Valley, 1847 as a Mormon Pioneer. Member of Utah territorial legislature for three terms, beginning in 1851.

Came to Utah in 1847, with contingent Mormon Battalion, Company E.

Married:Clarissa Reed of Vermont.
Among their children was:
  1. John, born April 19, 1845.
Married:Julia C. Huntington July 24, 1865.

Fourth of the seven presidents of first quorum seventies organized in the LDS church. Musician in Company E of Mormon Battalion. Delegate from Utah county to first legislative assembly 1851.

Sources:

Hancock, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Levi W. Hancock and Clarissa Reed of Vermont, pioneers 1847. Mormon Battalion). Born April 19, 1846. Came to Utah with parents in 1847.

Married:Julia C. Huntington July 24, 1866, Salt Lake City, by Dimmick B. Huntington (daughter of Dimmick B. Huntington and Fannie M. Allen of Salt Lake City, pioneers July 28, 1847, Mormon Battalion). She was born June 21, 1848, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Caroline born April 19, 1866, died infant;
  2. John E. born June 3, 1867, married Elizabeth Moss;
  3. Dimmick B. born February 10, 1870, married Annie White;
  4. Julia born April 3, 1872, died aged 8;
  5. Fannie born October 9, 1874, died aged 5;
  6. Lot born August 18, 1876, married Susan Coon;
  7. Martha born December 19, 1879, married Jacob Coon.
Sources:

Hancock, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of William Hancock and Hannah Harvey of Derbyshire, England). Born July 3, 1844, Derbyshire. Came to Utah October 7, 1866, Captain Scott company.

Married:Sarah A. Macduff May 29, 1864, Chesterfield, England. (daughter of John Robertson Macduff and Ellen Hancock of Chesterfield, pioneers October 1864, Captain Warren company). She was born October 16, 1844.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High Priest; missionary to England 1896-98; block teacher. Lime burner.

Sources:

Handley, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of George Handley and Jane Smith of Boston, Lincolnshire, England). Born June 2, 1826. Came to Utah October 6, 1853, Cyrus H. Wheelock company.

Married:Elizabeth Clark June 26, 1846, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England. (daughter of Benjamin Clark and Ann Shuker, pioneers 1853, Captain Wheelock company, settled in Salt City). She was born June 5, 1824, Cambridge, England, and came to Utah in 1853 with husband.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Ann, died aged 18 months;
  2. George born, died aged 11 months;
  3. Ann Elizabeth, died aged 10 years;
  4. Lewis, died infant;
  5. John George, married Ruth born Stratton;
  6. William F., married Sarah A. Stratton;
  7. Clara Jane, died infant;
  8. Joseph H., died infant;
  9. Charles Caleb, died aged 2 years;
  10. David Thomas, died infant;
  11. Charles Ira, married Wilhelmina Garn;
  12. Emma N., married Lorenzo Price, Jr.
Sources:

Handy, Samuel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Joseph Handy, born at Cliffordupon-Stour, Gloucestershire, and Rebecca Harris, born at Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England). He was born March 23, 1819, at Alveston, Derbyshire, England. Came to Utah in September 1859, James Brown company.

Married:Hannah Watts October 25, 1841, Atherston, Gloucestershire (daughter of William Watts and Mary Hayden), who was born March 14, 1820.
Their children:
  1. William born July 30, 1842, married Mary Ann Day (Flueitt) November 11, 1866;
  2. Joseph born April 10, 1844, died September 18, 1855;
  3. Mary born December 6, 1847, married Isaac H. Vail 1863;
  4. Eliza born December 20, 1849, married David Boice November 17, 1866;
  5. Samuel born November 5, 1853, died May 27, 1854;
  6. James Henry born April 18, 1855, married Lucy Day December 2, 1872.

Family resided Clifford, England, Provo, Utah, and Franklin, Oneida County, Idaho.

First watermaster of Franklin, holding position until 1880; minuteman during early Indian troubles. High priest. Farmer. Died January 15, 1882, being thrown from horse and Instantly killed.

Sources:

Handy, William

(son of Samuel Handy and Hannah Watts). Born July 30, 1842, Halestone, Warwickshire, England.

Married:Mary Ann Day (Flueitt) November 11, 1866, at Franklin, Idaho (daughter of Joseph Day and Ann Harvey, pioneers to Utah 1853, Jacob Gates ten-pound company). She was born January 14, 1840, Essex, England.
Their children:
  1. Hannah Rebecca born November 3, 1867, married Edgar West December 7, 1885;
  2. Lucy Elenora born October 22, 1869, married Fredrick Harding December 25, 1888;
  3. Elsie Catherine born October 29, 1871, married George Sprunt October 3, 1892;
  4. Phoebe Ellen born November 27, 1873, married Al Dorsey May 11, 1895;
  5. William James Flueitt born December 6, 1875, died May 20, 1877;
  6. Hulda Almeda born January 25, 1877, married George John Newbold July 16, 1897;
  7. Alonzo Hazelton born November 6, 1879, married Nettie Pearl Mendenhall November 19, 1902;
  8. Samuel Preston born December 13, 1881, married Lydia Adela Bybee December 8, 1899, died August 11, 1909;
  9. David E. born September 19, 1887.

Family resided Whitney, Idaho.

Married:Jane Day November 24, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Day and Ann Harvey), who was born February 21, 1853, Lancashire, England.
Their children:
  1. Emeline born August 24, 1870, married William Lundergreen;
  2. William Thomas born December 17, 1872, married Annie Stone Naef December 23, 1909;
  3. Joseph Henry born October 15, 1875, died June 10, 1877;
  4. Cloie Ann born May 12, 1878, married Joseph Titnesor December 15, 1897.

Family home Franklin, Idaho.

Minuteman during early Idaho history; settled at Whitney in 1873. High priest.

Sources:

Handy, James Henry

(son of Samuel Handy and Hannah Watts). Born April 18, 1855, Stratford-on-Avon, England.

Married:Lucy Day December 2, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Day and Ann Harvey), who was born November 14, 1855, Bountiful, Utah.
Their children:
  1. James Harvey born September 19, 1873, died February 26, 1874;
  2. Lucy Ann born April 2, 1875, married Uriah Wilkinson;
  3. George Henry born April 16, 1877, married Ruby Mendenhall;
  4. Samuel Joseph born May 3, 1879, married Mabel Hobbs June 30, 1901;
  5. Leonard Thomas born May 22, 1881, married Jennie Tomason June 22, 1904;
  6. Emma born August 27, 1883, married Lester Garrett June 18, 1903;
  7. Elmer Day born March 28, 1886, married Mae Biggs;
  8. Newell Day born January 18, 1888;
  9. Nora Day born December 18, 1889, married W. M. Daines, Jr., November 17, 1910;
  10. Elgin Day born March 11, 1892;
  11. Ida Day born August 15, 1894, died June 16, 1895;
  12. Martha May born May 1, 1896, died same day;
  13. Edna Day born May 2, 1898.

Family home Franklin, Idaho.

Sources:

Hanks, Ephraim Knowlton

Note

Member of the Mormon Battalion. Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Hanks practiced plural marriage, having 4 wives and 26 children. He was also a station master for the Pony Express.

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(son of Benjamin Hanks and Martha Knowlton). Born March 21, 1826, Madison, Lake County, Ohio. Came to Utah July 29, 1847, James Brown contingent Mormon Battalion, Company B.

Married:Harriet Amelia Decker (Little) September 22, 1848, who was born March 13, 1826, and came to Utah October 5, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Ephraim Marcelles born June 21, 1849;
  2. Marcia Amelia born July 3, 1851;
    1. Alvarus born September 15, 1863;
  3. Harriet Page born February 25, 1856;
  4. Clara Vilate born July 10, 1858;
  5. Charles Decker born December 22, 1860;
  6. Perry Isaac born January 20, 1863.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Harriet Amelia Decker was the widow of Edwin S. Little, who died shortly after leaving Nauvoo.

They had one child:
  1. George Edwin born August 6, 1844, who came to Utah with his mother.
Married:Jane Maria Capener March 27, 1856. Salt Lake City (daughter of William Capener and Sarah Verander of London, England, pioneers October 2, 1852, Isaac Bullock company). She was born October 16, 1840, Dry Brook, Ulster county, New York.
Their children:
  1. William Albert C. born February 17, 1859, married Eunice L. Murdock;
  2. Alice Maria born January 15, 1861, married Moroni S. McAffee;
  3. Sarah Elizabeth born March 10, 1863, married Ethan Leonard Brown;
  4. Ephraim Knowlton born May 18, 1865, married Lottie Bagley;
  5. George Augustus born January 3, 1868, married Malissa Merrell, married Bessie Johns;
  6. David C. born March 6, 1870, married Mary Baum;
  7. Louisa Rebecca born June 27, 1872, married George W. Lowe.
  8. Jane Maria Capener (Hanks)
Married:Joseph E. Taylor.
Their children:
  1. Jane, married George Alexander;
  2. Margret Wicks, married Fred Cluff.
Married:Thisbe Quilly Read April 6, 1862 (daughter of Samuel and Georgiana Read), who was born April 26, 1847, London, England, and came to Utah with Daniel Tyler handcart company.
Their children:
  1. Ella M. born November 3, 1863, died;
  2. Walter Ernest born June 19, 1865, married Mary E. Stewart April 15, 1887;
  3. Martha Georgiana born August 20, 1867, married Daniel Allen March 20, 1886;
  4. Amy Alicia born January 29, 1870, married John Giles December 21, 1887;
  5. Thisbe born March 28, 1872, married Samuel Allen October 27, 1892;
  6. Knowlton born January 26, 1874, died;
  7. Sidney Alvarus born April 4, 1875, married Martha Rubber;
  8. Ray Elijah born August 24, 1877, died September 3, 1910;
  9. Lillie Maria born August 2, 1879, married James Wodscow;
  10. Arthur Eugene born May 14, 1882, married Mattie Little;
  11. Nettie May born November 8, 1884, married Henry Giles;
  12. Clara Ellen born August 9, 1888, married Robert Kittley.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. First counselor to Bishop Henry Giles of Blue Valley ward; patriarch. Mail carrier in early days. Died in Grass Valley, Utah.

Sources:

Hanks, William Albert Capener

(son of Ephraim Knowlton Hanks and Jane Maria Capener). Born February 17, 1859, Salt Lake City.

Married:Eunice Louisa Murdock in May, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Nymphus Murdock and Esther Davis of Charleston, Utah). She was born May 27, 1862.
Their children:
  1. William Murdock born December 1, 1882, married Ida Folland;
  2. Nymphus Coridan born November 3, 1883;
  3. Hattie Josephine born November 29, 1885, married Stanley Marchant;
  4. Fredrick E. born September 7, 1887;
  5. Esther M. born October 16, 1889, married Ernest Foulks;
  6. Alvan M. born January 25, 1891;
  7. Joseph E. born December 13, 1894;
  8. Reed H. born January 23, 1896;
  9. Clyde C. born September 6, 1900;
  10. Eunice L. born February 10, 1904.

Family home Charleston, Utah.

Missionary to Tennessee 1881; high priest. Justice of peace. Farmer and stockraiser. Died August 19, 1912.

Sources:

Hanks, Walter Ernest

(son of Ephraim Knowlton Hanks and Thisbe Quilly Read). Born June 19, 1865, Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary E. Stewart April 16, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Urban Van Stewart and Ellen Adams, former a pioneer September 1847). She was born July 20, 1867, Beaver, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Ellen Josephine born January 23, 1890, married Sidney C. Rymer August 17, 1910;
  2. Walter Benjamin born April 4, 1892;
  3. Thisbe Alicia born August 23, 1894;
  4. Ephraim Knowlton born September 4, 1896;
  5. Edna Mary born October 9, 1898, died January 6, 1904;
  6. Urban Van born November 29, 1900;
  7. Verd Arthur born June 12, 1904;
  8. Retta Arthella born April 22, 1907.

Family home Caineville, Utah.

Missionary to northwestern states 1887-89; bishop of Caineville ward 1893-1910; superintendent YMMIA of Wayne stake; president high priests quorum Wayne stake; high councilor. Conductor on first electric car in Salt Lake City. Forest ranger on Powell reserve 1904.

Sources:

Hanks, Sidney Alvarus

Note

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

(son of Benjamin Hanks and Martha Knowlton of Madison, Lake County, Ohio). Born August 16, 1820, Madison. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Mary Ann Cook June 7, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin Cook and Mary Jones of St. Johns, Worcestershire, England). She was born June 22, 1830.
Their children:
  1. Knowlton;
  2. Mary Ann, married Thomas B. Brighton;
  3. Lydia H., married Joseph H. Parry.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Society Islands. Farmer. Died March 9, 1870.

Sources:

Hanks, Stanley Alonzo

(son of Alfred Frederick Hanks of Gloucestershire, England, and Ellen Taylor Lyman, latter a daughter of Francis M. Lyman and Ann Taylor). Born December 3, 1878, Tooele, Utah.

Married:Maude Frame February 15, 1905, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Archibald Frame, pioneer 1865, Captain Sidney Miller company, and Hellen Duff Dick, pioneer 1868, John Gillespie company, settled at Taylorsville, Utah). She was born April 1, 1883.
Their children:
  1. Lincoln Frame born November 10, 1905;
  2. Maurine Helen born August 26, 1907;
  3. Janetta born March 1, 1910.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Counselor YMMIA; one of presidency 17th ward. Salt City; home missionary. Justice of the peace. Salt Lake City precinct, 1909-10. Lawyer.

Sources:

Hanks, Alfred Lyman

(son of Alfred Frederick Hanks and Ellen Taylor Lyman). Born August 28, 1880, Tooele, Utah.

Married:Mary Alice Tate June 14, 1905, Salt Lake City (daughter of John William Tate and Elizabeth de la Mare of Tooele, Utah). She was born November 8, 1882.
Their child:
  1. Ellen Romona born March 16, 1906.

Family home Tooele, Utah.

Member 43d quorum seventies; secretary YMMIA Tooele ward. Postmaster of Tooele.

Sources:

Hansen, Anders K.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861

(son of Peter Hansen and Metta Hansen of Sjelland, Denmark). Born January 27, 1818, Sjelland, Denmark. Came to Utah 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married:Aurelia Quistgaard February 2, 1863, Salt Lake City (daughter of Julius Quistgaard and Louisa Puilike of Sjelland). She was born September 22, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Matha Louisa, died;
  2. Caroline, married C. W. Walker;
  3. Henrietta, died;
  4. Anders K., Jr., married Amelia L. Heppler;
  5. Julia (died), married J. E. Heppler;
  6. Isaac, married Sophia Sorenson;
  7. Abraham, married Effie Sorenson;
  8. Jacob.

Family resided Draper and Glenwood, Utah.

High Priest; missionary in Denmark before coming to Utah. Farmer and stockraiser. Died August 1, 1903, Glenwood, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Anders K., Jr.

(son of Anders K. Hansen and Aurelia Quistgaard). Born December 12, 1870, Draper, Utah.

Married:Amelia L. Heppler October 13, 1897, Manti, Utah (daughter of Andrew Heppler and Louisiana Seegmiller of Canada came to Utah 1872 by railroad). She was born October 27, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Arndale Kelch born February 12, 1899;
  2. Velva born October 27, 1900, died infant;
  3. Leland Anders born October 12, 1901;
  4. Lina born January 23, 1903;
  5. Alta born December 17, 1905;
  6. Phil born October 26, 1907.

Family resided Glenwood and Richfield, Utah.

Member 36th quorum seventies; missionary to northern states 1897-99; counselor Sevier stake YMMIA; counselor in bishopric of Richfield second ward; Sevier county assessor 1900-04; town president Glenwood; city councilman Richfield. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hansen, Andrew

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Hans Andersen, born June 23, 1766, of Jerskow, Skilo, Odense Amt, Fyen, Denmark, and Maren Andersen, born May 5, 1792, Norup, Odense Amt). He was born July 10, 1809, at Egense, Norup, Odense Amt. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Karen Jacobsdaughter 1857, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob Nielsen and Maren Petersdaughter), who was born May 3, 1826. Came to Utah September 13, 1857, Christian Christensen company.
Their children:
  1. James born November 20, 1860, married Elizabeth Frandsen March 8, 1883;
  2. Andrew born November 4, 1863, married Carlina Anderson.

Family home Ephraim, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, James

(son of Andrew Hansen and Karen Jacobsdaughter). Born November 20, 1860, Ephraim, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Frandsen March 8, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Niels Frandsen), who was born February 12, 1861, in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Erma born December 14, 1884, married Horace Hales;
  2. James Orvill born May 25, 1886;
  3. Niels Andrew born March 11, 1888, married Olive Sorensen;
  4. Delbert born March 25, 1890;
  5. Ruth Maria born August 8, 1895.

Family home Redmond, Utah.

Member 1st city council Redmond, Utah. Vice-president Rocky Ford Irrigation company 1895-1905; vice president Vermillion Extension Irrigation company. Deputy road supervisor, District 9, Redmond, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Andrew N.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Hans Larsen, born September 24, 1776, and Anna Nielsen, born August 30, 1790, Ide, near Fredrikshald, Norway, married 1815). He was born March 6, 1836, at Ide. Came to Utah September 26, 1863, with Peter Nebeker company.

Married:Jensine A. Petersen April, 1865 (daughter of Christian Petersen and Anna Elizabeth Jensen, pioneers September 23, 1862, Christian A. Madsen company). She was born May 3, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Andrew born February 16, 1866, married Zina Taylor April 22, 1887;
  2. Parley born November 25, 1868, married Emma Johnson;
  3. Adolph born January 30, 1871, married Julia Richie;
  4. Zina born February 26, 1873, died March 6, 1874;
  5. Joseph born July 30, 1874, married Sarah Olsen;
  6. Thorwald born April 3, 1877, married Laura Jensen January 20, 1903;
  7. Hans Christian born August 2, 1879, married Hulda Andersen;
  8. Anna Elizabeth born August 26, 1884, married Fred Hunt January 7, 1903;
  9. Ida Augusta born August 1, 1884, died February 1885.

Family home Ephraim, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Christen

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

Born January 11, 1819, at Senglose, Kjobenhavn amt, Denmark. Came to Utah 1857.

Married:Ingar Mortenson.
Their children:
  1. Martin, married Mary Elizabeth Steele;
  2. Caroline, married Joseph Adams;
  3. Hannah, married John Conder;
  4. Hans, married La Vina Herbert;
  5. Joseph, died;
  6. Ingar, married Richard Mitchell.

Family home American Fork, Utah.

High priest. Farmer; shoemaker. Died July 8, 1906.

Sources:

Hansen, Martin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Christen Hansen and Ingar Mortenson).

Married:Mary Elizabeth Steele August 14, 1871, at Salt Lake CIty (daughter of Richard Steele and Mary Ann Reese of Staffordshire, England, pioneers October 1861). She was born August 10, 1851, and came to Utah October 1851.
Their children:
  1. Richard Henry born August 19, 1872, married Margrarette Thornton;
  2. Charles Edward born September 15, 1874, and Martin Ephraim born December 20, 1876, died;
  3. William Reese born November 25, 1877, married Rosabelle Wilcox;
  4. Moses Albert born December 31, 1879, married Mary Elizabeth Radmall;
  5. Isaac Walter born August 14, 1882, married Hattie Wagstaff;
  6. George Heber born October 1, 1884, married Maude Lowe;
  7. Mary Elizabeth born September 22, 1886, married Gilbert Lesley Wootton;
  8. Thomas Grafton born February 22, 1892.

Family home American Fork, Utah.

High Priest; member American Fork 4th ward bishopric 10 years. Farmer and fruit grower.

Sources:

Hansen, Hans Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Andrew Hansen and Regena Andersen of Denmark). Born May 6, 1824, in Denmark. Came to Utah 1853 John Forsgren company.

Married:Annie H. Jensen 1849 (daughter of John Jensen). She was born 1826.
Their children:
  1. Praben A. born July 12, 1860, married Emma Petersen 1876;
  2. Josephine born 1852, married C. J. Thomson 1870;
  3. Nephi born 1856, married Mae Monk 1896;
  4. Annie M. born 1859, married J. S. Bingham 1880;
  5. Hans C. born 1863, married Jane R. Bingham 1882;
  6. Chauncy E. born 1865, married Laura ____ 1888;
  7. Dorcose R. born 1866, married John Eames.
Married:Annie Catherine Neilsen March 21, 1863, at Salt Lake City (daughter of A. C. Neilsen), who was born June 6, 1842, at Fly, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Joseph E. born December 4, 1865, married Sarah Wayment 1897;
  2. Hyrum R. born February 2, 1868, and Moroni born June 14, 1870, died;
  3. Joanna born July 13, 1873, married Sanford S. Bingham 1894;
  4. Louis A. born February 29, 1876, married Martha Wayment 1898;
  5. Lorenzo E. born June 13, 1879, died;
  6. Martin G. born June 14, 1883, married Alice King 1906;
  7. George P. born July 19, 1886, married Zebonia Anderson 1911.

Families resided Plain City, Utah.

Member 7th quorum seventies; missionary to Denmark 1860.

Sources:

Hansen, Praben A.

(son of Hans Christian Hansen and Annie H. Jensen). Born July 12, 1850, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Married:Emma Peterson 1876 (daughter of Hans Peterson and Martena Hansen, pioneers 1863 with John Forsgren company). She was born October 1857, Lehi, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Annie M. born March 16, 1877, married Oscar Jensen 1896;
  2. Lorenzo E. born July 9, 1879, married Ethelmaid Bosworth 1900;
  3. Leonard E. born November 29, 1882, married Laura Lebo 1901;
  4. Clarence born March 13, 1885, married Clarebell Berzon 1903;
  5. Delilah born June 6, 1887, married J. A. Taylor 1906;
  6. Samuel N. born September 29, 1889, married Annie Jenkins 1908;
  7. Sylvia H. born August 15, 1892.

Family home Preston, Idaho.

Elder in Mormon church.

Sources:

Hansen, Hans F.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Hans Nielsen born May 12, 1791, at Bukrod, Denmark, and Anna Olsen). Born April 23, 1831, at Kaierod, Denmark. Came to Utah October 26, 1852.

Married:Anna Maria Sorensen (daughter of Rasmus Sorensen), who was born June 16, 1832, and came to Utah October 6, 1856, Hancock company.
Their children:
  1. Anna Sophia born January 22, 1858, married Michael Johnson January 1, 1877;
  2. Peter O. born March 3, 1860, married Sarah Ann Jensen March 11, 1885;
  3. Gertrude born February 6, 1862, married W. Leishman October 22, 1884;
  4. Maria born June 27, 1864, married John Wilckins December 19, 1884;
  5. Emma born August 14, 1868;
  6. Sarah born March 13, 1870, married J. A. Leishman.

Missionary to Denmark 1866-66. Stone cutter on temples at Salt Lake City and Logan, Utah. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Hansen, Peter Orson

(son of Hans F. Hansen and Anna Marie Sorensen). Born March 3, 1860, Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah Ann Jensen March 11, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Andrew C. Jensen and Anna Maria Carlson), who was born February 25, 1867, and died April 12, 1890.
Their children:
  1. Eulalia born May 25, 1886, died August 30, 1906;
  2. Sylvia born December 15, 1887, died April 19, 1889;
  3. Orrin P.
Married:Udeta Rose Hansen. She died July 18, 1905.
Their children:
  1. Valare R. born September 10, 1891;
  2. Elva R. born December 17, 1893;
  3. Monta M. born May 6, 1896.

Family home Logan, Utah.

Monument dealer and cut stone contractor.

Sources:

Hansen, Jacob

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Mormon Pioneer of 1867.

(son of Hans Petersen, born May 17, 1808, Hvedstrup, Denmark, and Johanna Jacobsen, born 1803, Svogerslov, Denmark). He was born November 21, 1842, at Klovtofte, Denmark. Came to Utah October 6, 1867.

Married:Karen Andersen October 2, 1871 (daughter of Anders Andersen and Inger Nielsen), who was born April 27, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Hannah Roseline born December 28, 1872, married Alma Nelsen;
  2. Hyrum J. born January 2, 1875, married Hettie Howell;
  3. Joseph Waldemar born April 30, 1877, died;
  4. Nancy Ingebor born July 17, 1879, married Albert Holmgren;
  5. Richard T. born November 9, 1882;
  6. Agnes born April 16, 1885;
  7. Lorin E. born April 19, 1890;
  8. Flora born April 30, 1896.

Family home Bear River City, Utah.

Married:Isadore Leutz November 24, 1881, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Ole Leutz and Maren Olsen), who was born May 10, 1840, at Roskilde, Denmark.
Married:Mary Hansen February 14, 1884, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans Jorgensen), who was born November 22, 1854, at Thorby, Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Bernard born September 10, 1885, married Lucinda Hanson.

Bishop’s counselor 1884-1900, and 1904 to the present time.

Sources:

Hansen, Jens

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

Born in Denmark. Came to Utah 1862, oxteam company.

Married:Bertha Christena Petersen, in Denmark (daughter of Chris Petersen of Denmark).
Their children:
  1. Martha, died infant;
  2. Emma, died infant;
  3. Caroline, married Mr. Anderson;
  4. Mary, married Matt Peters;
  5. Joseph;
  6. Minnie, married Chris Halverson;
  7. Josephine, married Levi Anderton;
  8. Sophia, married B. T. Jones;
  9. Bertha, married Charley Salt;
  10. Margaret, married Harry Daniels;
  11. James, married Sarah Wiseman;
  12. Hyrum, married Laura Cook.

Family resided Monroe and Helper, Utah.

Seventy; home missionary. Echo Canyon war veteran. Farmer and railroad contractor. Died at Monroe, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Hyrum

(son of Jens Hansen and Bertha Christena Petersen). Born February 18, 1875, Monroe, Utah.

Married:Laura Cook April 6, 1908, Spring Glen, Utah (daughter of Chauncy Cook and Clarissa Curdith of Salt Lake City, pioneers with oxteam). She was born December 11, 1889.
Their children:
  1. Hyrum, Jr., born March 9, 1909;
  2. James Peter born October 22, 1911.

Family home Spring Glen, Utah.

Farmer.

Sources:

Hansen, Jens

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Hans Sorensen and Karen Lucy Nielsen of Denmark). Born February 15, 1822, Hulgart, Denmark. Came to Utah September 29, 1853, John Forsgren company.

Married:Charlotte Sophia Dorthea Petersen (Mickelsen) June 19, 1847 (daughter of Peter Michelson and Maria Rasmussen of Denmark). She was born January 17, 1828, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Karen Maria born July 20, 1848, married Peter H. Madsen;
  2. Hans Christian born September 14, 1850, married Mary Leonora Morley;
  3. Geraldine born February 14, 1853, married Louis Hougard;
  4. Dorthea born March 20, 1856, married Niels Jorgensen;
  5. Ellen born July 18, 1858, married William B. Lowry;
  6. Sophia born December 19, 1860, married Jacob Winch;
  7. Jens J. D. June 19, 1863, married Jeanette Ritchey;
  8. Emeline born November 13, 1865, married Joseph H. Jenson;
  9. Joseph born March 9, 1868, married Elmira Funk.

Family home Manti, Utah.

Married:Mary Anderson September 2, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hans Anderson of Denmark).
Their children:
  1. Jens Peter born August 5, 1866, married Karen Ranburg;
  2. Albina born January 2, 1868, married Joseph Bemus;
  3. Mary Ann born July 5, 1875, married James Breathwaite.

Family home Manti, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher; superintendent teachers quorum of North Manti ward. One of the first settlers of Manti city councilman; school trustee. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Farmer and stockraiser. Died November 29, 1884, Manti, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Hans Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Jens Hansen and Charlotte Sophia Dorthea Petersen (Mickelsen). Born September 14, 1850, Roskeld, Denmark. Came to Utah September, 1853.

Married:Mary Leonora Morley January 3, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of Isaac Morley and Hannah Blaisley Finch of Montague, Massachusetts, pioneers 1847). She was born March 26, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Hannah Charlotte born March 4, 1871, married John William McDonald;
  2. Effie Leonora born June 20, 1872, married Christian Christiansen;
  3. Jens Isaac born November 11, 1874, died infant
  4. Lafayette born December 31, 1875, married Effie Pulsipher;
  5. Ellen born February 18, 1877, married John Frederick Larsen;
  6. Edwinetta born February 6, 1879, died child;
  7. Hans Willis born September 13, 1881, died child;
  8. Mary Rosalind born February 7, 1885, married Leroy Livingston;
  9. Joseph Morley born May 21, 1887, died child;
  10. Lucy Cordelia born June 1, 1889;
  11. Francis Leon born September 1, 1892.

Family home Molen (Ferron), Utah.

High Priest; counselor to Bishops Lyman S. Beach and Hans Peter Rasmussen; presiding elder of Molen ward; Sunday school superintendent; ward chorister; president YMMIA. Has assisted in making canals, wagon roads, and in developing the country in and around Manti and Ferron. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Farmer and apiarist.

Sources:

Hansen, Jens J.

(son of Jens Hansen and Charlotte S. B. Petersen). Born June 19, 1863, Manti, Utah.

Married:Margaret Ann Ritchey March 4, 1886, Manti, Utah (daughter of William B. Ritchey and Johanna Mariah Hougaard of Manti, pioneers 1848, oxteam company). She was born November 3, 1868.

Family home Manti.

Married:Jeanette J. Ritchey May 30, 1888, Manti, Utah (daughter of William B. Ritchey and Johanna Marian Hougaard) who was born July 25, 1871, Manti, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Margaret Ann born September 7, 1889, married Elmer Sorensen;
  2. William J. born October 9, 1891;
  3. Jay B. born November 19, 1893;
  4. Lola born February 6, 1896;
  5. Joseph Wayne born July 30, 1897;
  6. Howard F. born May 7, 1900;
  7. Lamar R. born August 4, 1902;
  8. Audria E. born June 30, 1904;
  9. Alton L. born September 1, 1908, died December 31, 1908;
  10. Mary Willina born December 17, 1911.

Families resided Manti and Ferron, Utah.

Member 48th and 138th quorum seventies; Sunday school teacher. Horticultural Inspector for Emery county; observation Inspector and crop reporter. Farmer and builder.

Sources:

Hansen, Niels Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Hans Nielsen and Karen Rasmussen of Alindamogle, Sjelland, Denmark). Born April 1, 1841, at Alindamogle. Came to Utah October 8, 1864, John Sharp company.

Married:Anna Marie Lofgren November 15, 1866, Brigham City, Utah (daughter of John August Lofgren and Kama Niels of Rostanga, Sweden). She was born June 1, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Mary A.;
  2. Eliza;
  3. Rachel;
  4. Neeley L., married Dorothea Madsen June 14, 1899;
  5. Joseph F.;
  6. John A., died aged 8 months.

Family resided Brigham City and Smithfield, Utah.

Missionary to Scandinavia 1862-63; home missionary; elder. Shoemaker; watchmaker.

Sources:

Hansen, Neeley Lofgren

(son of Niels Peter Hansen and Anna Marie Lofgren). Born July 25, 1873, Smithfield, Utah.

Married:Dorothea Madsen June 14, 1899, Lake View, Utah (daughter of Peter Madsen and Caroline Knudson of that place). She was born March 9, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Lola M. born May 5, 1900;
  2. Ted born June 3, 1904;
  3. Rama M. born May 27, 1909.

Family home Brigham City, Utah.

Missionary to Denmark 1911-13; Sunday school superintendent; bishop’s counselor. Merchant.

Sources:

Hansen, Ole

Born September 26, 1825, Lunde, Denmark. Came to Utah 1870. Died September 16, 1908.

Sources:

Hansen, Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Hans Christen and Johannah Marie Hansen). He was born March 27, 1837, Hyssten Torg Sovet amt, Syeland, Denmark. Came to Utah September, 1862, Captain John Van Cott company.

Married:Beata Gustava Burresen November, 1863, Manti, Utah (daughter of Mr. Burresen of Halmstam, Sweden). She was born November, 1837; came to Utah 1863.
Their children:
  1. Eda born November 1864, married John Ralphs;
  2. Peter born February 1866, married Martha Stevens;
  3. Frederick born August 1867;
  4. Hannah, married Parley Ralphs;
  5. Mary, married Richard Keele;
  6. Beata, married Lewis Olsen;
  7. Alfred William born January 23, 1875, married Lydia Ann Jolly
  8. Niels born February 15, 1877, married Carrie Williams;
  9. William born September 7, 1879, died;
  10. Andrew born March 28, 1881, married Nora Abaline.

Family home Emery, Utah.

Called by Brigham Young to help settle “The Muddy.” Moved to Castle Dale 1880. Moved to Manti 1862, where he worked as a mason in constructing stone buildings and also on the Manti temple for two years; moved to Ferron; moved to Emery in 1893, where he assisted in making canals and wagon roads. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Hansen, Alfred William

(son of Peter Hansen and Beata Gustava Burresen). Born January 23, 1877, Manti, Utah.

Married:Lydia Ann Jolly September 4, 1901, Manti, Utah (daughter of Williamson Wesley Jolly and Lydia A. Brimhall, both of Emery, Utah). She was born May 11, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Screlda born June 25, 1902;
  2. Wesley born July 28, 1904;
  3. Farrel born October 21, 1906;
  4. Vera born February 22, 1909;
  5. Everett born February 25, 1912.

Family home Emery, Utah.

Member 197th quorum seventies; counselor to superintendent of Sunday schools; aid in YMMIA; ward teacher at Emery. Farmer.

Sources:

Hansen, Peter

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Hans Jorgensen and Anna Danielson of Haulykke (Marlbo), Denmark). Born September 29, 1827, Haulykke, Denmark. Came to Utah October 22, 1866, Captain Lowry company.

Married:Anne Danielson 1851, Haulykke, Denmark (daughter of Daniel Neilson and Anne Marie Jensen of Haulykke). She was born February 5, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Jorgen, married Mary Nielson;
  2. Neils Antone, Hans Daniel and Marius (Anders), died.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary Kathryne Hansen (Ludvigsen) December, 1875, Salt Lake City (daughter of Matts Hansen and Karren Steffensen of Vindepy, Denmark). She was born August 24, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Charles Peter, married Nora Nebeker;
  2. Annie, married Karl Gren;
  3. Sarah Rebecca, married Lee Nauce;
  4. Karoline, married Edward Vincent;
  5. Enoch Elbert, “m. Fern Gatherum;
  6. Ephriam E., married Maude Hawkins.

Member 34th quorum seventies; high priest. Farmer. Died June 21, 1903, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hansen, Jorgen

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Peter Hansen and Anne Danielson). Born August 1, 1852, Haulykke, Denmark. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Mary Nielsen May 13, 1877, Provo, Utah (daughter of Seren Nielsen and Amelia Berg of Provo, Utah, pioneers September 25, 1868, John G. Holman company). She was born November 14, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Amelia A. born February 15, 1878, married Andrew Anderberg;
  2. Francis J. born February 24, 1881, died;
  3. Birdie B. born May 26, 1883, married Ernest Moore;
  4. Calvin C. born May 2, 1886;
  5. Edna E. born September 28, 1888, married Ivan Bean;
  6. George G. born August 28, 1890;
  7. Henrietta born August 15, 1892, died;
  8. Iona I. born September 17, 1894;
  9. Julina J. born March 21, 1897;
  10. Cora K. born May 10, 1899;
  11. Louis L. born February 7, 1904, died.
Married:Alma Nielson October 9, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Hacon and Sophia Nielson of Salt Lake City). She was born May 4, 1864.
Only child:
  1. Donizett D. born September 27, 1886, married Gary Draper.

Member 34th quorum seventies; high priest; missionary to Denmark 1883-85; bishop’s counselor; Sunday school superintendent. County road supervisor. Farmer and fruitgrower.

Sources:

Hanson, Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Hans Andersen and Maren Christensen of Fyen, Denmark). Born April 2, 1822, at Hasmark, Fyen, Denmark. Came to Utah October 6, 1862, Captain Murdock company.

Married:Gertrude Kirstine Rasmussen (daughter of Rasmus Neilsen and Abelone Marie Knudsen, both died in Denmark). She was born November 8, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Hans C. born September 16, 1849, married Annie Brunson June 5, 1876;
  2. Abelone Marie and Maren, died Denmark;
  3. Erasmus Martin born March 26, 1859, married Caroline Christiansen April 6, 1881;
  4. Joseph Henry, married Diantha Black.

Member of Millard stake high council. Carpenter, did work on Manti and St. George temples. Died August 1, 1889.

Sources:

Hanson, Hans C.

(son of Christian Hanson and Gertrude Kirstine Rasmussen). Born September 16, 1849, at Bederslev, Denmark.

Married:Annie Brunson June 5, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Lewis Brunson and Catherine Carling), who was born March 3, 1859, at Fillmore, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Catherine born June 9, 1877, died July 9, 1879;
  2. Mary Abelene born June 29, 1879, married Frank Russell;
  3. Francis born January 29, 1882, died February 1, 1882;
  4. Joseph Lewis born September 13, 1883, married Eva Paul July 13, 1910;
  5. Jenett born September 3, 1889;
  6. Harriet Annie born February 22, 1893;
  7. Hans Alma born May 10, 1896;
  8. John born June 16, 1901, died same day.

One of presidents of 42d quorum seventies; missionary to Denmark 1908. Carpenter; farmer.

Sources:

Hanson, Erasmus Martin

(son of Christian Hanson and Gertrude Kirstine Rasmussen). Born March 26, 1859, Bederslev, Denmark.

Married:Caroline Christiansen April 6, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of Hendrick Christiansen [died in Denmark] and Anne Marie Petersen). She was born July 6, 1862, in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Carrie K. born December 29, 1881, married Edward Davis. Jr., March 16, 1904;
  2. Annie Laura born July 19, 1885, married Orin C. Black October 11, 1907;
  3. Martin Henry born June 18, 1887, married Loa Black May 26, 1909;
  4. Lorenzo Christian born August 28, 1889;
  5. Peter Grantley born November 4, 1891;
  6. Lillian Olive born May 1, 1894;
  7. David Arden born September 27, 1897;
  8. Gladys Marie born August 28, 1899;
  9. Nephi Burton born December 4, 1903;
  10. Celia Roselin born November 23, 1905;
  11. Millard August born August 13, 1905.

Family home Fillmore, Utah.

Missionary to Sandwich Islands 1881-84. Carpenter.

Sources:

Hanson, Christopher O.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Ole Hanson and Kon Christenson of Denmark). Born November 18, 1832, in Denmark. Came to Utah in October 1861, Captain Woolley company.

Married:Johanna Gibson November 29, 1862, Salt Lake City, who was born June 29, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Josephine born January 1, 1864, married Soerene Godwin;
  2. Martin born April 5, 1867, died;
  3. John born February 12, 1871, married Caroline Hanson;
  4. Martin born April 1, 1873, married Eliza Miles;
  5. Matilda born April 2, 1875, married Joseph Miles.

Family home Spanish Fork, Utah.

High priest. Helped in settlement of Sevier valley and Kanab; veteran of Black Hawk war. Farmer.

Sources:

Hanson, Emil

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Elias Hanson, born 1839, and Elizabeth Thor, born 1835, both at Gothenburg, Sweden, married 1857). He was born October 30, 1861, at Gothenburg. Came to Utah 1868.

Married:Martha Heep July 1889, Montpelier, Idaho (daughter of William Heep and Sarah Marsh, pioneers to Utah 1866). She was born November 22, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Ida May born March 27, 1890, married Otto Moser;
  2. Olive Hanson born August 20, 1892, married Alvin Robinson;
  3. Lorin born September 20, 1894;
  4. Mammie born November 25, 1896, and Lyman born September 5, 1902, died;
  5. Selma born August 30, 1904;
  6. Laura born April 11, 1907;
  7. Orel born September 14, 1909.

Family home Freedom, Wyoming.

Elder; member Sunday school superintendency 1892.

Sources:

Hanson, Hans A.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

Born January 10, 1814, in Denmark. Came to Utah 1855.

Married:Anna Margaret Mickleson in Denmark, who was born August 9, 1812.
Their children:
  1. Rasmus, died in Utah;
  2. Michael A. born April 11, 1848, married Lena Jenson.

Family resided Ephraim and Elsinore, Utah.

Pioneer. Died at Elsinore.

Sources:

Hanson, Michael A.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Hans A. Hanson and Anna Margaret Mickleson). Born April 11, 1848, in Denmark. Came to Utah 1855.

Married:Lena Jenson November 2, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas C. Jenson and Karen Maria Iverson of Denmark, pioneers 1865). She was born November 15, 1848, and came to Utah 1864.
Their children:
  1. Peter Michael born January 26, 1869, married Emma M. Anderson;
  2. Hans Daniel born February 27, 1871, married Clara Kirkman.

Family resided Ephraim and Elsinore, Utah.

Missionary to Denmark; president of seventies. Black Hawk war veteran. Road supervisor. Watermaster Elsinore Canal company; farmer. Died November 27, 1907.

Sources:

Hanson, Peter M.

(son of Michael A. Hanson and Lena Jenson). Born January 26, 1869, Ephraim, Utah.

Married:Emma Martha Anderson January 2, 1895, Manti, Utah (daughter of J. August Anderson of Sweden and Marie Nielson of Denmark). She was born October 25, 1872.
Their children:
  1. Zereta born November 1, 1895, died March 25, 1903;
  2. Leland Aurelian born February 19, 1897;
  3. Delora Marie born October 18, 1899;
  4. Maud Augusta born August 5, 1901;
  5. Boyd Peter born August 12, 1903;
  6. John LeRoy born June 27, 1906;
  7. Morris August born May 26, 1909.

Family home Elsinore, Utah.

Elder. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hanson, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Henry Hanson). Born in Schleswig, Germany. Came to Utah in October 1868, Hans Jensen Hall company. Married Annie C. Oleson in Denmark (daughter of Jorgen Oleson, came to Utah in October 1868, Hans J. Hall company). She was born March 4, 1847.

Their children:
  1. Henry, died;
  2. George, married Stena Williamson;
  3. Sarah C., married Moroni P. Stark February 10, 1897;
  4. Joseph, married Elizabeth Williams;
  5. Augusta, married James Finch;
  6. Jacob C., married Lillie Brown;
  7. Hyrum, married Eva Peterson;
  8. Annie E., married Ferris Holley.
Sources:

Hanson, James J.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of Hans Neilsen born 1791. Berkered, Denmark, and Anna Frederike Olsen born 1801, Denmark). Born November 8, 1844, Kaierod, Frederiksborg-, Denmark. Came to Utah in 1856, Knud Peterson company.

Married:Caroline Christene Hanson (daughter of Hans and Karen Hanson), who was born in 1847 and came to Utah in 1863, Captain Preston company.
Married:Anna Katrena Jensen (daughter of Peter Jensen, pioneer 1856, Knud Peterson company), who was born March 14, 1860, Hyrum, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Verda Christene born December 8, 1893;
  2. Ivy Carolina born March 3, 1896;
  3. May Elizabeth born August 9, 1898;
  4. James J. born April 20, 1901.

President 62d quorum seventies; first counselor to bishop of third ward at Hyrum. Justice of peace eight years. Second lieutenant in Black Hawk war in San Pete county 1866.

Sources:

Hanson, Mads

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Hans Peterson and Gertrude Hanson of Foslev, Denmark). Born December 6, 1830, at Foslev. Came to Utah September 23, 1862, with Ola N. Liljenquist company.

Married:Mattie Petersen June 23, 1855, at Vemmelev, Denmark (daughter of Niels Petersen and Chesty Olsen of Foslev, pioneers 1862, Ola N. Liljenquist company). She was born May 17, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Minnie Dorothy born February 22, 1856;
  2. Hans Peter born March 2, 1858;
  3. Carrie Mariah born March 27, 1860;
  4. Peter born August 30, 1862;
  5. Elias Peter born October 24, 1863, married Margaret Bullock March 16, 1887;
  6. Hyrum William born January 20, 1866, married Emma Jensen February 10, 1897;
  7. Joseph born March 1, 1868;
  8. Henry born 1870;
  9. George David born July 18, 1871, married Hannah Lula Hammond October 20, 1897;
  10. James Edward born March 10, 1874, married Elaine Smith February 6, 1-901;
  11. Emma Matenia born May 2, 1877;
  12. Annie born July 14, 1880.

Family home Providence, Cache county, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. School trustee. Farmer. Died December 20, 1910.

Sources:

Hanson, George David

(son of Mads Hanson and Mattie Petersen). Born July 18, 1871, Providence, Utah.

Married:Hannah Lula Hammond October 20, 1897, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Milton Datus Hammond born October 7, 1832, Randolph, New York, and Chesty Transtrom, born July 7, 1851, at Onslonda, Sweden, the former pioneer July 22, 1850; latter September 23, 1862, Ola N. Liljenquist company). She was born December 20, 1872.
Their children:
  1. George Hammond born November 17, 1900;
  2. Lula Gwendol born August 2, 1904;
  3. Wynona Mae born April 13, 1908;
  4. Clyde Winston born February 26, 1912.

Family home Providence.

Member 32d quorum seventies; missionary to Denmark 1897-99; ward teacher. School trustee. Farmer.

Sources:

Hanson, Soren

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863. His wife Anna died in a oxen stampede while crossing the plains.

(son of Hans Jacobsen and Annie Maria Lauridsen of Denmark). Born February 16, 1817, Gjerslev, Denmark. Came to Utah 1863, Captain Young company.

Married:Anna Maria Bendixen (daughter of Benedix Petersen and Karen Jensen), who was born in 1835 and was killed by stampeding oxen while crossing plains in 1863.
Their children:
  1. Hans, married Ernestine Buchanan;
  2. Caroline Maria born October 3, 1856, married Noah T. Guymon;
  3. Benedix, married Nancy Curtis;
  4. Lars, born December 28, 1860, married Laura Lund.

Family home Fountain Green, Utah.

Married:Myran Hansen.
Their children:
  1. Soren, married Clara Seeley;
  2. Maria, married Victor Olsen;
  3. Paul.

Died August 10, 1909, at Castledale, Utah.

Sources:

Hanson, Soren

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Hans Larson and Myriah Jenson of Neoodager, Denmark). Born December 4, 1823. Came to Utah 1862, Captain Madison independent company.

Married:Karen Salmonsen (daughter of Jacob Salmonsen and Annie Jacobensen), who came to Utah with Captain Madison Independent company.
Their children:
  1. Maria born January 26, 1850, married Peter Christiansen;
  2. Hans born November 17, 1856, died 1874;
  3. Caroline born January 9, 1865;
  4. Soren born May 2, 1863;
  5. Solomon born March 25, 1876.

Family home Hyrum, Utah.

Sources:

Hanson, Soren

(son of Soren Hanson and Karen Salmonsen). Born May 2, 1863, Hyrum.

Married:Martha Eva Unsworth (daughter of James Unsworth and Alice Cockshott), who was born February 13, 1870, Hyrum.
Their children:
  1. Leo born August 6, 1889, married Marie Jensen;
  2. Ruby Alice born March 6, 1891, married Archy Stout;
    1. Russell born January 28, 1897;
  3. Ferry LeGrande born January 16, 1899;
  4. James Carroll born December 31, 1901;
  5. Eva Lila born November 23, 1903, in California;
  6. Zola Melba born March 10, 1906;
  7. June Ella born June 11, 1909.
Sources:

Hanson, William Lawrence

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Mormon Pioneer of 18654.

(son of Paul Hanson and Maria Sophis Kannt of Copenhagen, Denmark). Born May 20, 1838, Copenhagen. Came to Utah in 1854.

Married:Mary Jane Judson August 21, 1859. Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Judson and Arilla Rice of Prisky, Iowa; started with Charles C. Rich‘s company and died on way). She was born October 26, 1843.
Their children:
  1. William L., married Nellie Cooper;
  2. Mary Jane and Sarah Jane, died;
  3. Fannie E., married James M. Mack;
  4. Martha Ella, died;
  5. Emelius Godfred, married Caroline Kimball Knowlton;
  6. Alice, married Henry M. Mack;
  7. Victoria Eugenia, married Alexander Judson;
  8. Florence May, died;
  9. Albert J., married Louise Estella Clark;
  10. Leslie Raymond.

Family Home Salt Lake City.

Seventy; ward teacher. Worked for church in public blacksmith shop; had charge of Singer machine department of ZCMI several years. Active member territorial militia. Died April 9, 1904.

Sources:

Harding Dwight

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Ralph Harding and Nancy Goodale, latter born 1780. Woodstock, Connecticut). Born April 1807 Sturbridge, Worcester county, Massachusetts. Came to Utah September 15, 1851, John G. Smith company.

Married:Phebe Holbrook in February, 1833 (daughter of Moses Holbrook), who was born March 16, 1810.

Their children:

  1. George born December 18, 1833, married Mary Jones July 2, 1864;
  2. Alma born June 29, 1835, married Matilda Zundel September 30, 1865;
  3. Elizabeth born October 23, 1840, married Isaac Zundel September 30, 1865;
  4. Nancy Ann born November 8, 1843;
  5. Phebe born August 23, 1845, married Amos Warner

Representative from Box Elder county to first state legislature. First counselor in first bishopric of Willard ward. Erected first school house in Willard, 1852.

Sources:

Harding George

(son of Dwight Harding and Phebe Holbrook) He was born December 18, 1833, Wethersfield, Connecticut)

Married:Mary Jones July 2, 1864, Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin Jones and Esther Davis, former a pioneer of 1863 Thomas E. Ricks company). She was born February 17, 1839, Lamperter, Caermarthenshire, South Wales.
Their children:
  1. Dwight born August 18, 1865;
  2. Eliza J. born August 24, 1867;
  3. Mary L. born August 5, 1869;
  4. Ralph J. born June 6, 1871, married Martha Williams October 1895;
  5. Nancy A. born July 4, 1873, married Leslie Nichols August 15, 1900;
  6. George D. born April 11, 1875, married Margaret Thomas September 1907;
  7. Phoebe E. born January 1877;
  8. Sarah A. born October 20, 1878 married Clarence E. Horsley January 18, 1905;
  9. Alice C. born May 6, 1881;
  10. Olive E. born November 8, 1883.

President Willard ZCMI; one of first directors of Willard City Co-op. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Harding, Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Dwight Harding and Phoebe Holbrook). Born April 2, 1838. Came to Utah 1859.

Married: Matilda Zundel September 30, 1865 (daughter of Jacob Zundel and Sarah Forstner), who was born January 18, ____.

Their children:
  1. Joseph;
  2. Charles Don Carlos, married Jennie Lloyd;
  3. George n Forstner born October 3, 1869, married Flora Bell Birdie Snow;
  4. Matilda married Alma Carvine;
  5. Daniel, married Edeth Blackburn;
  6. Jacob married Ada White;
  7. Sarah Phoebe, married William T. Davis;
  8. Clarice married Charles Hardy;
  9. Elizabeth;
  10. Jennie Lavern, married George Brim;
  11. Louis H., married Hazel ____.

Family home, Salt Lake City.

Member Seventy; teacher and merchant Willard City, Utah. Made three trips across the plains for freight. Died June 1899, at Willard City.

Sources:

Harding, George Forstner

(son of Charles Harding and Matilda Zundel). Born October 3, 1869, Willard City, Utah.

Married:Flora Bell Birdie Snow June 26, 1899. Salt Lake City (daughter of Lorenzo Snow and Mary Houtz of Brigham City and Salt Lake City, Utah, pioneers 1853) She was born July 19, 1871.
Their children:
  1. Vortia born September 10, 1901;
  2. George Rush born March 21, 1904;
  3. Virginia born November 10 ,1906;
  4. Mercedes born April 10, 1910.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 33d ward seventies; missionary to California 1896-98; ward teacher. Member state and county medical medical society; secretary Utah state board of medical examiners 1909 to date Member staff of LDS hospital. Graduate University of Utah Normal School 1891; Rush Medical College 1903. Physician and surgeon.

Sources:

Harding, Edward C.

(son of Edward G. Harding of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, England). Born November 2, 1832, at Trowbridge. Came to Utah 1874.

Married:Sarah Ann Meeks June 28, 18__, Cambridge, England. (daughter of Robert Meeks and Elizabeth Sheldrick, of Cambridge) She was born November 23, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Edward Robert, married Alice Talmage;
  2. Alfred William married Martha Lewis;
  3. Alice E., married Austin Bennett;
  4. Sidney Thomas, married Emma Duke;
  5. Heber Samuel, married Elizabeth Bray;
  6. Minnie S., married William born Meldrum;
  7. Rosa Elizabeth, married William A. Kerr;
  8. Anna Maria, died;
  9. Mary Maud, married Lorenzo Taylor.

Family Home Provo, Utah.

High priest; missionary in England. Foreman of looms in woolen mills at Provo. Died December 11, 1903.

Sources:

Harding, Thomas

(son of Charles Harding and Betsy Hinctable of Kentisbury, Devonshire, England). Born February 19, 1846 in England. Came to Utah 1873.

Married:Sophronia Ann Bull January 17, 1875 Logan, Utah (daughter of Daniel B. Bull and Elizabeth Tantam, pioneers 1849). She was born September 22, 1849, at Sweetwater, Wyoming while her parents were en route to Utah.
Their children:
  1. Evelyn B. born December 23, 1875, married Peter J. Christensen;
  2. Thomas C. born December 5, 1877, married Pearl Rollins;
  3. Daniel B. born May 23, 1880.

Family home Morgan, Utah. Farmer and gardener.

Sources:

Harding, Thomas C.

(son of Thomas Harding and Sophronia Ann Bull). Born December 5, 1877, at Morgan, Utah.

Married:Pearl Rollins September 17, 1902, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Rollins and Elizabeth A. Morris of Centerville, Utah). She was born in Utah.
Their children:
  1. Erma born December 2, 1904;
  2. DeWelt born October 16, 1906;
  3. Twila born January 16, 1910.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Member of seventy, missionary to Great Britain. County recorder two years; city councilman two years.

Sources:

Hardy, Charles Marcus

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Rudolph Hardy and Lizetta Mater of Lenzburg, Canton Aargau, Switzerland). Born March 13, 1828. Came to Utah September 26, 1861.

Married:Maria Sophia Doldi August 2, 1852, Zurzach, Switzerland, who was born February 24, 1831.
Their children:
  1. Sophie, married Henry Snyder;
  2. Charles Herman;
  3. Pauline Emelia, married James William Bean;
  4. Paul Emil;
  5. Mary;
  6. Hermine, married Herman E. Osterloh;
  7. Josephine.

Family home Provo Utah.

Tailor by trade. Died November 3, 1903.

Sources:

Hardy, Charles W.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Josiah G. Hardy and Sarah C. Parker of Groveland, Massachusetts). Born July 28, 1843, Groveland, Massachusetts. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Marinda Andrus March 31, 1872. Salt Lake City (daughter of Milo Andrus and Mary Ann Webster of Lancastershire, England, pioneers 1851). She was born May 18, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Lucy May, married Allen R. Cutler;
  2. Sarah Alice, married Sther Esplin;
  3. Marinda Maud, married Mathew Spiers;
  4. Mary Edna, died;
  5. Charles Jesse, married Clarice Harding;
  6. Minnie Viola, married Harry Gillett;
  7. Bertha A., married Nephi Reynolds;
  8. Cynthia.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 8th quorum seventies; missionary to southern states 1881-83; bishop’s counselor; high priest. County surveyor eight years. Civil engineer.

Sources:

Hardy, Elisha Philbrook

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Zacariah Hardy and Eliza Phllbrook of Nauvoo, Illinois). Born July 26, 1837, Camden, Maine. Came to Utah 1862, Benjamin Gardner company.

Married:Flora Worlton January 13, 1867, Morgan, Utah (daughter of James T. Worlton and Elizabeth Bourne of Bath, England, pioneers September 25, 1855, Richard Ballantyne company). She was born May 9, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born January 4, 1868, married Brigham Robison;
  2. Martha A. born December 17, 1870, married William Wadsworth;
  3. Lucinda born September 19, 1872, married Lorenzo Olsen;
  4. James E. born April 17, 1874, married Elizabeth Toone;
  5. Nellie C. born December 29, 1875, married George West;
  6. Margrette born July 8, 1877, married John Toone;
  7. Charles W. born April 22, 1879, married Eliza Ann West;
  8. Rosabelle born May 22, 1881, married Robert J. Durrant;
  9. Bertha E. born October 14, 1887, married Wallace H. Dickson;
  10. Lillian born November 17, 1891, married Alonzo D. West.

Family home Hooper, Utah.

Early bridge and road builder. Railroad contractor.

Sources:

Hardy, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

Born 1810, Camden county, Maine. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Lucy Blandeon.
Their children:
  1. Robert, married Ann Kempton;
  2. Pamelia, married Moroni Edmonds, married Nathan Kington;
  3. Caroline, died youth;
  4. Adelia, married Stephen Gheen;
  5. Deborah, married Alfred Johnson;
  6. Adeline, married Charles Robinson;
  7. Joseph, married Lydia Rebecca Davis;
  8. George A., married Mary Jane Mayberry;
  9. Maryette, married Lafayette Pierce;
  10. Sarah, married Myron Higby, married John Walsh.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Elder; ward teacher. Member Nauvoo Legion. Farmer. Died February 24, 1888, Vernal, Utah.

Sources:

Hardy, Joseph, Jr.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Joseph Hardy and Lucy Blandeon). Born April 8, 1848, near Council Bluffs, Iowa. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Lydia Rebecca Davis October 3, 1868, Salt Lake Endowment house (daughter of Nathan C. Davis and Isabel Wills of Salt Lake City, pioneers August 10, 1860). She was born August 15, 1850, Bolton, Warren county, New York.
Their children:
  1. Cora Adelia born October 17, 1869, married William Templeton;
  2. Joseph Hyrum born March 11, 1871, married Rose Reynolds
  3. Nathan Cutler born January 24, 1874, married Jane Fisher;
  4. Charles Allen born November 20, 1876, married Stella Colton;
  5. Albert Alvin born April 17, 1878, married Clara Griffin;
  6. Ernest LeGrand born August 15, 1881, died infant;
  7. Ruby May born May 30, 1882, married Pardon Dodd Jr.
  8. Lydia Ellen born March 9, 1886, married Michael Moroni Cook;
  9. Hulda Viola born April 2, 1890, married Marlon Westover;
  10. Flossie Marie born April 2, 1895.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Elder. Constable of Uinta county six years. Farmer stockraiser and fruitgrower.

Sources:

Hardy, Joseph Hyrum

(son of Joseph Hardy. Jr. and Lydia Rebecca Davis). Born March 11, 1871. Laketown, Rich County, Utah.

Married:Roseltha Melissa Reynolds January 6, 1897. Vernal, Utah (daughter of William George Bardwell Reynolds and Elizabeth Maria Peterson of Vernal, Utah, pioneers 1855). She was born January 23, 1874.
Their children:
  1. Iris Afton born October 19, 1897;
  2. Doris Merle born August 15, 1899;
  3. Lowell Reynolds born October 4, 1901;
  4. Gladys born October 29, 1905;
  5. Bernice born July 5, 1907.

Missionary to southern states 1902-04; counselor to President Smart in presidency of Duchesne stake 1910; high councilor; Sunday school superintendent Vernal ward; president YMMIA of Maeser ward; president Mississippi conference 1902-03; secretary southern states mission; counselor to Benjamin E. Rich, president of southern states mission. One of the founders, and assisted in issuing the first number of the “Elders” Journal, later it became the Lihona Elders Journal. City recorder at Vernal. Manager Roosevelt Mercantile Company; president Roosevelt Realty Company; secretary Sego Lilly Bee Company; president Roosevelt Water Works Company; manager Uinta Creamery Company; credit manager and cashier Ashley Co-op. Merc. Company of Vernal; secretary Vernal Drug Company Postmaster at Vernal 1897-1900.

Sources:

Hardy, Leonard Wilford

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Simon and Rhoda Hardy of Bradford, Essex county, Massachusetts). Born December 31, 1805, Bradford. Came to Utah October 14, 1850, Wilford Woodruff company.

Married:Elizabeth Nicols.
Their children:
  1. Clarissa, married Alonzo Russell;
  2. Charles, died;
  3. Rufus, died.
Married:Sophia Lois Goodridge in 1850, Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin Goodridge and Penelope Gardner of Bradford, Massachusetts, pioneers October 14, 1850, Wilford Woodruff company). She was born July 2, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Leonard G., married Miriam Young;
  2. Oscar Harvey, married Esther A. Margetts;
  3. William Bell, married Tacy Woodford and Mary E. Laird;
  4. Sophia M. H., married Samuel W. Jenkinson;
  5. Jesse W., married Elizabeth Skidmore;
  6. George G., married Sarah Ann Skidmore;
  7. Penelope Marian, married Don Carlos Young;
  8. Susannah J., married Henry T. McEwan;
  9. Martha Lois, married Reginald McKaig.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Esther Smilinda Goodridge.
Their children:
  1. Owen S., married Lilly Hansen;
  2. Esther Isabel, married Peter Hansen;
  3. Rhoda A., married Martin Garn;
  4. Sarah, died infant;
  5. Edward, died infant.
Married:Harriett Ann Goodridge.
An only child:
  1. Frank, died infant.

High Priest; missionary to England 1844-45 and to the States 1869-70; presided over Manchester conference; bishop of 12th ward, Salt Lake City, 1851-76; first counselor to Bishop Edward Hunter 1856-80; counselor to Bishop Preston 1880-84. Member legislature. Captain of police. Captain of Company B, Nauvoo Legion. City councilman. Merchant and stockraiser. Died July 31, 1884, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hardy, Leonard Goodridge

(son of Leonard Wilford Hardy and Sophia Lois Goodridge). Born June 24, 1852, Salt Lake City.

Married:Elizabeth Skidmore November 25, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry born Skidmore and Sarah Ann Elliott of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, pioneers September 1855, John Hindley company). She was born May 3, 1860, East Mill Creek, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Wallace E. S. born September 4, 1881, died aged 31;
  2. Leonard W. S. born January 1, 1883, married Ethel Allred;
  3. Elizabeth S. born October 18, 1884;
  4. Hazel S. born November 23, 1886, married William D. Fawns;
  5. Jesse Victor S. born July 16, 1888, died aged 18 months;
  6. Alta S. born September 18, 1892, married Bert E. Crockett;
  7. Frank S. born February 15, 1896;
  8. Aretta S. born March 3, 1900;
  9. Virtue S. born June 13, 1905, died infant.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High Priest; missionary to Canada 1899-1905; block teacher; high councilor Alberta stake. First overseer. Sterling, Canada. Chairman of school board. Merchant; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hardy, Jesse Wallace

(son of Leonard W. Hardy and Sophia Lois Goodridge). Born December 30, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married:Miriam Young August 28, 1878 (daughter of Brigham Young and Emily Partridge of Salt Lake City, pioneers July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born October 13, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Miriam born August 7, 1879, married Roy S. Hawkins;
  2. Eugenie born September 20, 1881, married James H. Rampton;
  3. Emily born February 1, 1883, married Thomas Blair;
  4. Leonard G. born February 25, 1885;
  5. Alice born December 8, 1887, died;
  6. Aaron born May 14, 1890;
  7. Georgia born January 1, 1893;
  8. Lucile born April 23, 1895, died;
  9. Brigham born June 9, 1897;
  10. Vernon born January 7, 1900;
  11. Dorothy born September 23, 1902.

Missionary to Indiana 1879-80; bishop’s counselor 12th ward; bishop of 2d ward 1889-99; member high councils of Liberty and Alberta stakes. County collector, Salt Lake county, 1886-93; city councilman. Director Zion Savings & Trust Company; Brigham Young Trust Company; president Silver Dipper Mining Company, American Fork, Utah; director Iron Canyon Gold Mining Company of Nevada; president Mojara Land & Cattle Company; general manager Lucky Deposit Mining Company of Nevada; director Woolley, Young & Hardy Company and Burton Gardner Lumber Company; senior member Hardy, Young & Company, merchants. Mining expert.

Sources:

Hardy, Lewis O.

Born October 15, 1803, Camden, Maine. Came to Utah with Lewis O. Hardy handcart company.

Children through first marriage:
  1. Henry;
  2. Phoebe, married Lewis Bonitis;
  3. Robert;
  4. Mary, married ____ Lawson;
  5. Lucy;
  6. Lewis.
Married:Claridia Jane Doffelmyre (daughter of Louisa Doffelmyre, who came to Utah with handcart company). She was born April 3, 1840.
Their children:
  1. William, married Matilda King;
  2. Louisa, married Thomas Wilson;
  3. Nathan;
  4. Lucetta, married Samuel Nichols;
  5. Patience, married Hyrum Smith Meeks;
  6. Adeline, married George Haws;
  7. Nettie, married Charles Wall;
  8. Esther, married John T. Rassmussen;
  9. George, married Clara Rudd;
  10. Albert, married Celestia Foisey.

Family home Marysvale, Utah.

Member of seventies. Served in Echo Canyon campaign; minuteman; Indian war veteran. Settler of southern Utah. Farmer. Died March 27, 1895, in Session’s Settlement, near Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hardy, Milton H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Josiah G. Hardy and Sarah C. Parker). Born September 26, 1844, Groveland, Massachusetts. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Libby Smoot 1879 (daughter of Abraham O. Smoot and Diana Eldredge of Provo, Utah, pioneers September 1847, A. O. Smoot company). They had five children, three sons and two daughters.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to England, returning in 1878. First assistant to Dr. Karl G. Maeser of the Brigham Young Academy at Provo 1876-83; student in the University of Utah, and later took charge of a department. Pioneer organizer of YMMIA. Took his degree from the medical department of the University of New York 1885, Utah county physician; Utah county superintendent district schools; president teachers Association of Utah county; principal Provo city schools; territorial superintendent district schools. Gained national reputation as superintendent of state insane asylum, or mental hospital. Died August 23, 1905, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hardy, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Robert Hardy and Jeanette Wilson of Falkirk, Scotland). Born February 21, 1842, Glasgow. Came to Utah October 29, 1855, C. A. Harper company.

Married:Harriet Ann Wood December 25, 1865, Farmington, Utah (daughter of John Wood and Fanny Goble of Brighton, Sussex, England, pioneers September 28, 1855, Moses Thurston company). She was born June 11, 1847.
Their children:
  1. William John born April 19, 1867, married Susie Wilcox;
  2. Harriet Ann born February 16, 1870, married George Sanders;
  3. Edward Agustus born October 8, 1872, married Millie Lindquist;
  4. Robert James born October 14, 1876, married Alice E. Hess;
  5. Fanny Janet born August 7, 1880, married Edward Haskell;
  6. Alice Estella born October 13, 1883;
  7. Bertha Adelia born February 23, 1887, and Clyde Cyril born January 16, 1890, died in infancy;
  8. Katie Ella born January 9, 1892, married Arthur Sanders.

Family resided Farmington and Fielding, Utah.

Indian war veteran; one of first to drive mail stage from Salt Lake to Montana, 1862. Died March 10, 1905.

Sources:

Hardy, Robert James

(son of William Hardy and Harriet Ann Wood). Born October 14, 1876, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Alice E. Hess December 19, 1906, Logan, Utah (daughter of James H. Hess and Elizabeth White of Fielding, Utah). She was born August 14, 1885.
Their only child:
  1. Harriet Bell born December 11, 1907.

Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Harmon, Alphes Amuleck

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Alphes Amuleck Harmon and Hulda Dimrus Vaughn, both of Kirtland, Ohio). Born April 14, 1839. Came to Utah 1854, oxteam company.

Married:Eliza Bramwich (daughter of John Bramwich and Mary Brown, latter pioneer 1854, Milo Andrus company). She was born March 29, 1834.
Their children:
  1. John Henry Moulton, died aged 12;
  2. Henrietta Terrill, married Edward Orr Covington;
  3. Harriet Elizabeth, married Niels Larson Marsing;
  4. Almeda, married Joseph A. Moore;
  5. Susan, died infant;
  6. Eliza Riddle, died aged seven.

Family home Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Harmon, Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Charles Harmon of Carmarthenshire, South Wales). Born in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Came to Utah 1860.

Married:Mary Mathias in Carmarthenshire.
Their children:
  1. Benjamin, married Ann Powell;
  2. William, married Ann Michiel;
  3. David, married Sarah Evans and Mary Williams;
  4. Charles, married Martha Powell;
  5. Ann, married William Crowther;
  6. Robert, married Amanda Mitchell;
  7. George, married Eliza Reese;
  8. Edwin, married Catherine Williams;
  9. Isaac, married Margaret Morgan.

Member of seventy; president of missions, Wales. Shoemaker to Brigham Young. Died at Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Harmon, David

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Charles Harmon and Mary Mathias). Born June 8, 1838, Carmarthenshire. Came to Utah 1864, Thomas Jeremy company.

Married:Sarah Evans 1858 in South Wales (daughter of Joseph and Sarah Evans).
Their children:
  1. Benjamin, married Rachel Williams and Sarah Jones;
  2. Mary Ann, married Samuel H. Williams.
Married:Mary Williams October 1866. Salt Lake City (daughter of David Williams and Sarah Ludwig of South Wales, pioneers 1864, Thomas Jeremy company). She was born May 17, 1842.
Their children:
  1. David born May 23, 1867, married Mary Bullock;
  2. Sarah born March 6, 1870, and Catherine born September 13, 1872, died;
  3. Margareth born July 10, 1874, married Heber C. Anderson;
  4. Martha born July 8, 1876, married Steven T. Durant;
  5. Charles born July 6, 1878;
  6. Elizabeth Ann born December 22, 1885, died.

Families resided Salt Lake City, Utah.

Member of seventies 34 years; high priest and teacher 29th ward. Foreman on railroad built from El Paso, Texas, to the colonies; built the railroad from Salt Lake to Ogden and to the mines at Scofield, Utah, also from Kelcham to Hailey, Idaho. Railroad and canal contractor.

Sources:

Harmon, Jesse P.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Martin and Triphena Harmon of Vermont). Born August 11, 1795, Rupert, Bennington county, Vermont. Came to Utah October 6, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Anna Barnes April 29, 1819, Springfield, Pennsylvania. (daughter of Abijah and Abie Barnes of Springfield, Pennsylvania). She died January 1847, Winter Quarters, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Appleton M. born May 29, 1820, married Elmeda Stringham;
  2. Saphronia Malinda, died 1847;
  3. Amos Washington, married Mary Jane Old;
  4. Ansel Perce, married Rosaline Chandler.

Family resided Springfield, Pennsylvania, Salt Lake City and Holden, Utah.

One of seven presidents 11th quorum seventies 1844. Alderman first municipal ward Salt Lake City at time of organization; colonel in Utah Nauvoo Legion. Moved to southern Utah 1861 and settled at Holden 1868. Died December 24, 1877.

Sources:

Harmon, Appleton Milo

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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He was devoted to his religion and was an industrious and multitalented builder who constructed sawmills, a cotton gin, pony express roads, furniture, wagons, and worked as blacksmith and other trades. He is often remembered for building an early version of the modern odometer, using the design of William Clayton and Orson Pratt. Member of first Mormon pioneer company ariving in Salt Lake Valley, July 24, 1847.

(son of Jesse P. Harmon and Anna Barnes). Born May 29, 1820, Conneaut, Pennsylvania). Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Elmeda Stringham January 1, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois, daughter of George Stringham and Polly Hendrickson of Nauvoo, pioneers September 24, 1848, Isaac Haight company, later residing at Salt Lake City and Holden, Utah). She was born December 31, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Milo and Mary, died;
  2. Willis M., married Martha E. Spillesberry;
  3. Bryant, died;
  4. Appleton S., died 1896;
  5. Hosea F., married Julia Stringham;
  6. Anna, married George W. Cherrington;
  7. Hyrum, married Luella Tuttle;
  8. Polly, married Joseph R. Giles;
  9. Julia, married B. L. Kesler;
  10. Jesse M. born July 19, 1868, married Sarah E. Holman.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Toquerville and Holden, Utah.

Member 11th quorum seventies; missionary to England 1850-53; bishop’s counselor. Pioneer sawmill operator of Salt Lake, Millard and Washington counties, Utah. Built furniture factory at Toquerville and woolen mills at Washington, Utah. Indian war veteran. Blacksmith; contractor and builder. Died February 27, 1877, Holden, Utah.

Sources:

Harmon, Jesse M.

(son of Appleton M. Harmon and Elmeda Stringham). Born July 19, 1868, Toquerville, Utah.

Married:Sarah E. Holman December 27, 1892, Holden, Utah (daughter of John G. Holman and Rachel Elevens, pioneers 1847, Brigham Young company).
Their children:
  1. Clarence H. born October 24, 1893;
  2. Appleton J. born July 3, 1895;
  3. Ardell born February 25, 1897;
  4. Warren T. born October 27, 1900, died;
  5. Dorothy born April 24, 1904;
  6. Bryant born September 9, 1906;
  7. John born February 23, 1910;
  8. Robert Holman born April 5, 1912.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Sheriff of Utah county 1903-09; school trustee. Stockraiser; merchant; lumber and coal dealer; president of Utah Timber and Coal company.

Sources:

Harmon, Ansel Perce

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jesse P. Harmon and Anna Barnes). Born April 5, 1832, Conneaut, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 5, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Rosaline Chandler November 29, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abel Chandler and Mary Ann Jerome of New York), who was born March 15, 1841, and came to Utah 1862.
Their children:
  1. Anna Rose born November 11, 1863, married Jacob Stringham;
  2. Milo Ensel born March 1, 1866, married Elizabeth Jane Hunter;
  3. Mary Saphronia born July 24, 1869, married William Adam Seegmiller;
  4. Lucy Elmeda born September 23, 1871, married James Jenson;
  5. Emma Thressa born October 17, 1874, married John Reeve;
  6. Jane Marinda born January 10, 1877, married Thomas Pratt;
  7. Zina Belle born July 15, 1879, died infant;
  8. Lillie Orilla born March 31, 1881, died January 7, 1887.

Family home Holden, Utah.

Assisted in bringing emigrants to Utah 1860-61. Teamed to Los Angeles for supplies 1862; captain of a company of immigrants 1862. Bishop’s counselor; high priest; missionary to Pennsylvania 1874. Farmer and stockraiser. Died September 12, 1908, Holden, Utah.

Sources:

Harper, Richard

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Richard Harper of Swineshead, England, and Harriett Edwards of Sleaford, England). Born April 5, 1827, Swineshead. Came to Utah October 17, 1862, Henry W. Miller company.

Married:Susann Faulkner, Anwick, England. (daughter of William Faulkner and Ellen Fox), who was born June 17, 1827, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Betsy Ann born June 9, 1850, married Joseph Hill December 6, 1871;
  2. William F. born July 3, 1852, married Ellenor Morrell November 28, 1878;
  3. Eliza L. born August 18, 1853, married Joseph Richardson November 1869;
  4. Richard N.;
  5. Harriet born July 1857, died;
  6. Ellen born July 1857, married James Hill;
  7. Harriet Louvisa born October 25, 1859, married Willis Kelsy December 9, 1880;
  8. Emma born July 31, 1861, married William Hillyard October 15, 1861;
  9. Alice born January 18, 1865, married Lorenzo Toolson October 22,____;
  10. Lucy Jane;
  11. Ida born December 24, 1866, married A. J. Merrill November 14, 1890;
  12. Tacy, married Joseph Burton.
Sources:

Harper, William F.

(son of Richard Harper and Susann Faulkner). Born July 3, 1852.

Married:Ellenor Morrell November 28, 1878, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Morrell and Matilda Kelsey), who was born August 22, 1859, Smithfield, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Ellen G. born December 31, 1879, married William Homer November 28, 1900;
  2. Richard S. born May 12, 1881, died;
  3. William F. born March 31, 1883, died;
  4. Archie John born February 15, 1885, married Ellenor Homer December 4, 1907;
  5. Joseph H. born November 12, 1885, died;
  6. Ruby M. born April 18, 1889;
  7. Earl S. born December 12, 1891.

Families resided at Smithfield, Utah.

Sources:

Harrington, Leonard E.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Mayor of American Fork, Utah.

(Born January 7, 1816, New York state. Came to Utah October 1, 1847, Edward Hunter company.

Married:Lois Russell prior to coming west.
Their children:
  1. Theodore S.;
  2. Sarah E., married ____ Robinson;
  3. Jane, married ____ Tanner.
Married:Mary Jones in 1855.
Their children:
  1. Daniel;
  2. Mary, married Duncan.
Married:Harriet Noon in 1858.
Their children:
  1. Heber A.;
  2. Leonard S.;
  3. Chancey Delos.

Chairman judiciary committee Utah legislature 28 years; mayor of American Fork City. Promoter of first Utah free school 1866; trustee of Brigham Young Academy 1870-83. Died June 1883.

Sources:

Harrington, Daniel

(son of Leonard E. Harrington and Mary Jones). Born March 15, 1860, American Fork, Utah.

Married:Leonora Taylor March 17, 1886. Logan, Utah (daughter of John Taylor and Margaret Young; former came to Utah 1847, latter 1858). She was born March 25, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Jennie;
  2. Daniel T.;
  3. Florence;
  4. John;
  5. Russell;
  6. Mary;
  7. Everett.

Superintendent Sevier county schools 1881-85; assistant Salt Lake county district attorney 1896-96. Attorney at law.

Sources:

Harris, Emer

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Brother to Book of Mormon witness Martin Harris. Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Nathan Harris, born March 23, 1758, Providence, Rhode Island, and Rhoda Lapham, born April 27, 1759, Providence). He was born May 29, 1781, Cambridge, New York. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Roxana Peas July 22, 1802, who was born December 5, 1781.
Their children:
  1. Selina born October 10, 1803;
  2. Elathan born October 7, 1805;
  3. Alvira born August 7, 1807, married Mr. Howes;
  4. Sephrona born August 17, 1809, married Mr. Manchester;
  5. Nathan born September 26, 1811;
  6. Ruth born September 7, 1813.

Family home New York.

Married:Deborah Lott January 16, 1819, in Pennsylvania (daughter of Zephaniah Lott and Rachel Brown), who was born November 1799, in New York.
Their children:
  1. Emer born 1819;
  2. Martin H. born September 29, 1820, married Georgeanna Aldous;
  3. Harriet T. born December 26, 1822, married Judson Daly;
  4. Dennison L. born January 17, 1825, married Sarah Wilson;
  5. Deborah.
Married:Parna Chapel March 29, 1826, who was born November 1792.
Their children:
  1. Fannie M. born January 1827;
  2. Joseph M. born July 19, 1830, married Mary Pons;
  3. Alma born June 6, 1832, married Sarah Earl;
  4. Charles born July 2, 1834, married Louisa Hall;
  5. Rebecca born December 25, 1845.

Patriarch; elder. Brother of Martin Harris, one of three witnesses to Book of Mormon; obtained first bound copy of the Book of Mormon. Worked as carpenter on Kirtland temple; missionary in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Settled at Provo 1850. Died November 28, 1869, Logan, Utah.

Sources:

Harris, Martin H.

(son of Emer Harris and Deborah Lott). Born September 29, 1820, Mahoney, Pennsylvania, married Georgeanna Aldous January 18, 1855 (daughter of Robert Aldous), who was born August 6, 1838.

Only child:
  1. Emer M. born August 6, 1856, married Hannah M. Poulter January 5, 1883, and Louisa Kearns 1895.
Married:Louisa Sargent April 3, 1859, Ogden, Utah (daughter of John and Ann Sargent, former pioneer 1852). She was born December 18, 1841, Newbury, Berkshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Leander S. born April 20, 1860, married Alice Jenson September 19, 1888, married Eliza Barlow October 10, 1900;
  2. Lovisa G. born March 4, 1862, married David Davis January 1883;
  3. Nathan J. born March 29, 1864, married Emma E. Oakaron July 1887;
  4. Martin D. born May 4, 1866, married Lillie R. Hayes February 6, 1890;
  5. Louisa P. born May 30, 1868, married William H. Anderson March 4, 1897;
  6. Ida E. born November 27, 1875, married Alfred Dixon May 15, 1901.

First presiding elder of Harrisville, Utah; first Sunday school superintendent of Harrisville 1865; missionary to Fort Limhi, on Salmon River, 1857; secretary of 38th quorum seventies; missionary to eastern states 1876-77. Member Nauvoo Legion. Settled at Harrisville 1851, where he planted the first crop. Road supervisor 1858-69. Fife major in martial band. First school teacher of Harrisville; school trustee Farmer. Died February 14, 1888.

Sources:

Harris, Charles

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Emer Harris and Parna Chanel of Harrisville, Utah). Born July 2, 1834, in Huron County, Ohio. Came to Utah in October, 1852, Captain Cutler company.

Married:Louisa Maria Hall April 20, 1855, Ogden, Utah, later in Endowment house, Salt Lake City (daughter of Benjamin K. Hall and Mehitable Sawyer of Maine, pioneers October, 1850, Captain Bennett company). She was born December 30, 1839, Exeter, Scott county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Charles Elisha born January 23, 1857, married Nellie Warner (Harris)Alva born February 28, 1859, married Nellie Warner;
  2. Isabelle Maria born April 15, 1861, married Clarence Merrill, married U. L. Nelson;
  3. Jesse Orson born March 29, 1864, married Louise Buckley;
  4. Mary Aderine born June 3, 1866, married Milo A. Hendrix;
  5. Eugene born January 10, 1869, married Nellie Barton (Hopkins);
  6. Silas Albert born June 14, 1871, married Chasta Olsen;
  7. Ida May born October 1, 1873, died;
  8. Ole Van born December 5, 1875, married May Perry;
  9. Clarence Earl born May 24, 1878, married May Bell Booth;
  10. Mertie Adell born July 27, 1883.

Family resided Washington and Junction, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Anderson.
Their children:
  1. Juanita, died;
  2. Susan;
  3. Milo.

Family home Junction, Utah.

First located at Ogden, and afterward moved to Willard, Toquerville, and Parowan, finally settling at Junction 1878; called to settle “Dixie” 1862, locating in Washington. He has been a pioneer to many places where it was necessary to build wagon roads, canals, ditches, homes, subdue the wilds and turn a desert into a habitable place. Participated in the Indian wars of northern Utah and southern Idaho, also the Black Hawk and Walker Indian wars and the troubles in southern Utah with the Utes and other tribes.

Sources:

Harris, Clarence Earl

(son of Charles Harris and Louisa Maria Hall). Born May 24, 1878, Parowan, Utah.

Married:May Bell Booth June 25, 1902, Salt Lake temple (daughter of John Roston Booth and Elizabeth Hourth of Provo, Utah; former came to Utah 1875). She was born October 4, 1881.
Their children:
  1. Clarence Elroy born August 10, 1903;
  2. Wanda May born March 17, 1907;
  3. Lurline born January 25, 1910.

Seventy; assistant superintendent Sunday school; president YMMIA; stake aid Sunday school. Moved from Junction to Provo, where he attended the Brigham Young university; then to Pocatello and Salt Lake City; finally settled at Schofield 1907, where he is engaged in the mercantile business under the firm name of the Schofield Mercantile Company.

Sources:

Harris, Nathan J.

(son of Martin H. Harris and Louisa Sargent). Born March 29, 1864, Harrisville, Utah.

Married:Emma E. Oakason June 15, 1887, Logan, Utah (daughter of Hans Oakason and Mary Swenson; former came to Utah September 24, 1861, Heber Kimball company, latter October 1861, Captain Home company). She was born July 8, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Lawrence E. born April 30, 1888;
  2. Leo A. born January 13, 1890;
  3. Everett C. born December 25, 1891;
  4. Mabel born March 20, 1894;
  5. Irene Louise born September 19, 1896;
  6. Wilford D. born April 29, 1899;
  7. Ruth Evelyn born October 28, 1901;
  8. Luella May born January 19, 1905;
  9. Nathan J. born January 10, 1908.

Family home Harrisville.

Missionary to southern states 1901-03; Sunday school superintendent and member bishopric of Harrisville ward; member high council of “Weber and Ogden stakes. District judge of Ogden; school trustee; justice of peace; member of two state legislatures; county and district attorney. Graduate Ann Arbor Law School 1894.

Sources:

Harris, Martin D.

(son of Martin H. Harris and Louisa Sargent). Born May 4, 1866, Harrisville, Utah.

Married:Lillie R. Hayes February 6, 1890 (daughter of Richard Hayes and Anna M. Turner; came to Utah 1869). She was born January 28, 1869, in Wales.
Their children:
  1. Louie Grace born December 23, 1891;
  2. Emma E. born February 24, 1893;
  3. Fern R. born March 8, 1895;
  4. Priscilla E. born January 25, 1897;
  5. Martin H. born March 8, 1898;
  6. Alma R. born August 1, 1901;
  7. Lillie S. born December 20, 1904;
  8. Albert D. born March 19, 1911.

Family home Harrisville.

Senior president 60th quorum seventies; Sunday school superintendent 1906-08; president YMMIA 1900-04 at Harrisville. Justice of peace 1890-96; deputy assessor 1904-10; road supervisor 1894-96, 1913.

Sources:

Harris, George Henry Abbott

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of James Harris, born April 26, 1793, Hayle, Copperhouse, Cornwall, and Eliza Rawlings Harris, born February 1, 1791, Marazion, Cornwall, England, married October 22, 1822). Born December 7, 1830, Ilfracombe, Devonshire, England. Came to Utah October 2, 1852, Henry Miller company.

Married:Ann Burraston March 27, 1855 (daughter of William Burraston and Sarah Johnson, married 1830, Ashton, England, latter pioneer 1855). She was born March 20, 1833. Came to Utah 1854.
Their children:
  1. Eliza Jane Harris born January 15, 1856, married Hyrum Tremayne December 8, 1873;
  2. George Henry Burraston born April 10, 1867, married Victoria Sandgreen April 3, 1884;
  3. Cyrus Richard James born December 9, 1858, married Mary Celestia Black December 4, 1885;
  4. John William Shorland born May 5, 1860, married Rhoda Mason August 1882;
  5. Marianne Desdenory born July 25, 1861, died August 30, 1861;
  6. Annie B., died September 13, 1861.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Sarah Loader May 30, 1862, Pleasant Grove, Utah (daughter of James Loader and Amy Britnel; former died on plains, latter pioneer 1857, handcart company). She was born May 1, 1844, Oxfordshire, England.
Their children:
  1. James Loader born February 21, 1863, married Mary Anne Morris June 10, 1887;
  2. Sarah Ellen born April 29, 1865, married William Ricks 1886;
  3. Amy C. born April 29, 1865, died September 1879;
  4. Bernice Rawlings born March 6, 1867, married Annie Martha Fogg December 19, 1894;
  5. Darwin R. born November 23, 1868, married Euphena Lutz April 3, 1894, married Sarah Rebecca Bell June 9, 1897.
Married:Mariah (Loader) White.
Her children by previous marriage:
  1. Emma Mariah born March 3, 1868, married Samuel Radmel May 15, 1876;
  2. James Henry born 1859, died April 28, 1865;
  3. Alexander Roswell born December 23, 1861, married Minerva Thomas April 18, 1891.
Their children:
  1. Abner Britnel born March 1, 1867;
  2. Carlos Vivian born October 14, 1868, married Emma Fox 1884;
  3. Frank L. born May 19, 3871, married Annie E. Cutler August 26, 1891, and Julia Mitchell September 8, 1902.

Member 37th quorum seventies 1851; constable 1856; high priest. Moved to Salem 1888. Appointed commissioner of education at Salem 1889.

Sources:

Harris, Bernice R.

(son of George Henry Abbott Harris and Sarah Loader). Born March 6, 1867, Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Martha Ann Fogg December 19, 1894, Logan, Utah (daughter of Mr. Fogg and Martha Ann Woodard; former died March 13, 1891, latter aged 32).
Their children:
  1. Bernice Leon born November 30, 1896;
  2. Martha L. born September 24, 1897;
  3. Luella born November 19, 1899;
  4. Leah born August 9, 1902;
  5. Ruth born May 29, 1904;
  6. Agness born December 29, 1906;
  7. Vernon Fogg born May 26, 1909.

Family home Salem, Idaho.

Moved to Rexburg, Idaho, 1884, where he quarried and did a general freighting business. In 1898 engaged in general merchandising business with his father at Salem. Appointed postmaster of Salem March 14, 1903. High priest and high councilor; superintendent of Sunday schools; president of mutual organizations; ex-executive member of the stake board of education; assistant stake superintendent Sunday schools; chosen bishop of Salem ward January 29, 1906. Instrumental in erection of $18,000 meeting house at Salem.

Sources:

Harris, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jacob Harris and Susannah Hartman of Michigan). Born 1808, in Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Lovina Eller January 5, 1831, in Indiana (daughter of Daniel Eiler and Barbara Stutsman of Pennsylvania. Pioneers 1848). She was born December 17, 1807.
Their children:
  1. Daniel born March 13, 1831, married Lydia Harr;
  2. Lucinda born November 13, 1832, married Abner Blackburn;
  3. Angeline born November 21, 1834, married William Hyde;
  4. Jacob born March 10, 1837, married Eliza Carpenter;
  5. Susannah born February 14, 1840, married Clark Fabin;
  6. Rebecca born August 21, 1842, married William S. Warren;
  7. Joseph born November 28, 1844, died child;
  8. Oliver born June 13, 1847, married Lodemia Sly;
  9. George born May 18, 1850, married Martha Thornton.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Died May 4, 1899.

Sources:

Harris, John

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Charles Harris and Mary Sutton of Worle, Somersetshire, England). Born November 5, 1837, at Worle. Came to Utah September 18, 1860, John Taylor company.

Married:Annie Maddock January 12, 1861, Salt Lake City, Counselor Carter officiating (daughter of Thomas Maddock, died in England, and Mary Taylor of Cheshire, England, pioneer September 18, 1860). She was born October 8, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Emily;
  2. Harriet, married Ephraim N. Morris;
  3. John O., died;
  4. Elizabeth, married Willard Smith;
  5. Jessie, married Robert Hunt;
  6. Edward J., married Lillian James;
  7. William H., married Catherine Miller;
  8. Walter T.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 2d quorum elders. Cooked for the men in Cottonwood while quarrying rock for Salt Lake temple. Worked for Brigham Young in Globe Bakery. One of first candy makers in Utah.

Sources:

Harris, Joshua

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Isaac Harris, born 1810, Cardiff, South Wales, and Esther Bowerning, born 1807, Somersetshire, England, married: 1832). He was born June 23, 1848, Glamorganshire, South Wales. Came to Utah 1853, Vincent Shurtliff company.

Married:Ann D. Whitesides May 28, 1868 (daughter of Louis and Susan Whitesides married May 6, 1860, Council Bluffs, Iowa pioneers October 1852, John Walker company). She was born December 20, 1853, Kaysville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Susan born June 22, 1869, married Rosel Taylor November 3, 1892;
  2. Ester E. born August 30, 1871, married Hans Monson March 1, 1888;
  3. Lavisa born February 7, 1873, died February 6, 1880;
  4. Selena born December 16, 1876, married Alonzo Corbridge January 10, 1894, died September 26, 1900;
  5. William L. born December 1, 1877, married Lottie Bronson February 8, 1899;
  6. Joshua born December 22, 1879, died April 24, 1895;
  7. Alvin born March 28, 1881, married Hayner Marler November 21, 1901;
  8. Jabez M. born June 29, 1884, married Etta Van Luvin December 17, 1902;
  9. Mary born July 20, 1886, married Winfred Jones August 30, 1906;
  10. Ella born April 17, 1888, married William Settles March 26, 1910;
  11. Myrtle born May 28, 1891, married Bryant Tilford February 7, 1908;
  12. Laura Bell born June 15, 1892, married Marl Beckstead November 3, 1909;
  13. Edna born August 8, 1893.

Family resided Kaysville, Utah, and Fairview and Preston, Idaho.

Sources:

Harris, McGee

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

Born in 1800. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Mary Givens of Kentucky, who was born in 1802.
Their children:
  1. Alexander, married Mary Craner;
  2. William, married Emeline Whittle August 20, 1861;
  3. Ely, married Elizabeth Gamble;
  4. Martha, married Daniel H. Wells;
  5. Mary Ann, married Casper Whittle;
  6. Emily, married Alexander Bullock.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Harris, Robert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Robert Harris, born 1778, Oglecut, Gloucestershire, and Sarah Okey, born 1781, Saunter, Gloucestershire, England). He was born December 26, 1808, in Gloucestershire. Came to Utah 1850, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Hannah Maria Eagles in Gloucestershire, England. (daughter of Thomas Eagles and Ann Sparkes), who was born 1817 and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born March 26, 1836, married Charlotte Green March 18, 1856;
  2. Elizabeth born April 1, 1838, married Everett Van Orden March 12, 1857;
  3. William E. born March 23, 1839, married Lucinda Landon September 23, 1866;
  4. Thomas E. born November 29, 1841, married Mary Ann Payne January 14, 1866;
  5. Enoch born May 29, 1843, married Jane Hoskins December 31, 1866;
  6. Sarah Ann born June 11, 1845, married Robert Green January 3, 1866;
  7. Robert born February 3, 1847, died July 30, 1847;
  8. Daniel Browett born October 30, 1848, married Elizabeth Ann Thornley April 1876;
  9. Marria born June 20, 1851, died June 20, 1861;
  10. Lucy Emma born June 17, 1862, married John Phillips December 19, 1870;
  11. Jennett born August 11, 1854, married James Parkinson November 26, 1873;
  12. Henriette born August 11, 1854, married John Milton Bernhisel January 3, 1876;
  13. Robert Charles born April 27, 1856, married Sarah Green 1882;
  14. Julia Ann born April 1, 1858, married Lcroy Hall January 20, 1876;
  15. Mary Ellen born September 26, 1860, married Don McCrary February 8, 1879.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Kaysville, Utah.

Settled in Salt Lake City 1860; moved to Kaysville 1854 and to southern Idaho 1869; returned to Kaysville 1874. President of 66th quorum seventies. Farmer and stockraiser. Died in 1876.

Sources:

Harris, Enoch

(son of Robert Harris and Hannah Maria Eagles). Born May 29, 1843, Nauvoo, Illinois.

Married:Jane A. Hoskins December 31, 1866, Kaysville, Utah (daughter of Oliver C. Hoskins and Lucinda Howell), who was born February 11, 1851, Decator County, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Laura Bell born September 30, 1867;
  2. Emma E. born March 30, 1870, married John F. Conley;
  3. Ranson E. born June 30, 1872, married Emma Elizabeth Morris November 14, 1894;
  4. Robert C. born December 23, 1874, married Sylvia Green March 30, 1897;
  5. William D. born April 16, 1877, married Zina E. Gibbs May 15, 1901;
  6. George F. born February 6, 1880;
  7. Wilford T. born February 24, 1882, married Jennie McCrary;
  8. Annie J. born November 23, 1883, married Jonas Heaton;
  9. Eliza A. born July 15, 1885, married David R. Anthony October 19, 1904;
  10. Parley B. born March 28, 1887;
  11. Mary L. born May 15, 1888, died;
  12. Grace E. born June 23, 1889 (died), married Deeroy Hanks June 6, 1905;
  13. Lovina H. born July 25, 1892, died;
  14. Ellen R. born August 24, 1893.

Family resided Kaysville and West Portage, Utah.

Missionary to northwestern states 1895; high priest; counselor to Bishop Hoskins of Portage ward; bishop Portage ward; president high priests quorum of three wards in Malad stake. Black Hawk Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Harris, Daniel Browett

(son of Robert Harris and Hannah Maria Eagles). Born October 30, 1848.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Thornley April 10, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Thornley and Martha Seed), who was born 1851, Lancaster, England.
Their children:
  1. Robert Thornley born January 10, 1877, married Nora Robinson;
  2. Daniel Browett born May 27, 1879, died August 15, 1879;
  3. Elizabeth Ann Thornley, died June 24, 1879.
Married:Mary Ann Parkinson January 6, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Elizabeth King, pioneers Captain Brown company). She was born August 9, 1858, Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Fred born September 3, 1881, married Mary Ellen Thornley August 17, 1904;
  2. Thomas J. born February 19, 1883, married Chloe Louise Layton June 23, 1909;
  3. Daniel D. born October 7, 1884, married Jennie Caroline Anderson December 12, 1906;
  4. Mary Elizabeth Ann born August 19, 1886, married James H. Walker February 21, 1912;
  5. Chloe Marriah born July 21, 1888, married Franklin Hawks December 12, 1909;
  6. David Oscar born December 12, 1890;
  7. Sarah Cecil born June 28, 1893;
  8. Ezra Parkinson born July 20, 1895.

Family home Layton, Utah.

Bishop of Layton ward 1889-1909. Worked on first Utah railroad; hauled rock for Salt Lake temple. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Harris, Thomas

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Thomas Harris, born 1780, and Mary Parre married 1816). Born 1816, Caerleon, Monmouthshire, South Wales. Came to Utah September 1863, independent oxteam company.

Married:Ann Williams April 1, 1844 (daughter of John and “Grandmother” Williams). She was born December 31, 1819, died in 1873 came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Edwin born December 31, 1844, married Catherine Davis 1870;
  2. Micah Francis born August 3, 1848, married Mary Jane Bond January 15, 1868;
  3. Daniel Richard born May 5, 1853, married Jennette Fife March 17, 1882.

Settled in Summit county. Miner.

Sources:

Harris, Micah Francis

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Thomas Harris and Ann Williams). Born August 3, 1848, Nanty Glow, South Wales. Came to Utah 1863 with parents.

Married:Mary Jane Bond January 15, 1868, Henefer, Utah (daughter of William Bond, who died April 29, 1910, and Mary Ann Barker pioneers December 10-16, 1856. William B. Hodgett handcart company, rescued by relief trains sent to meet them). She was born January 15, 1850, Fall River, Massachusetts.
Their children:
  1. Thomas William born September 26, 1868, died September 26, 1868;
  2. Micah born November 25, 1869, died November 25, 1869;
  3. George Richard born December 31, 1870, married Elizabeth Deardon;
  4. Daniel Heber born March 21, 1873, died October 12, 1874;
  5. Willard Bond born August 29, 1874;
  6. Eldora Ann born November 25, 1876, married William George Richins 1897;
  7. Joseph Bond born March 22, 1879, married Lucy Ashton 1907;
  8. David Oscar born November 30, 1882, married Rebecca Gustavson 1905;
  9. Mary Ida born July 9, 1885, married Parley Croft 1909;
  10. Hyrum Bond born December 3, 1882;
  11. Myrtle Jane born August 2, 1890, married William O. Stephens September, 1911.

Family home Henefer, Utah.

Married:Mrs. Agnes C. Peterson (daughter of Carl Samuel Peterson and Annie Anderson), who was born July 3, 1870, Orebro, Sweden. Came to Utah November 1, 1886.

Ordained seventy 1876, and high priest 1889; first counselor to Bishop John Paskett of Henefer ward 1889-1902, and made bishop of Henefer ward May 26, 1902; president Mutual Improvement Association; assisted in building stake tabernacle at Coalville; member stake high council two years. President Henefer Irrigation Company; stockraiser.

Sources:

Harris, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of McGee Harris of Illinois, born 1800, and Mary Givens of Kentucky, born 1802). He was born June 8, 1836, Williamson county, Tennessee. Came to Utah 1848, Captain Kimball company.

Married:Emeline Whittle August 20, 1861 (daughter of Thomas L. Whittle and Mary Fullmer, married 1833, Montreal, Canada pioneers 1848, Zera Pulsipher company). She was born March 7, 1845.
Their children:
  1. William McGee born May 23, 1862, married Harriet Ann Carson February 4, 1885;
  2. Charles Z. born March 9, 1864, married Sarah Alice Anderson April 14, 1886;
  3. Casper W. born May 31, 1871, married Tena Christensen 1892;
  4. Alexander E. born October 20, 1873, married Blanche Bullen January 3, 1901;
  5. Aroet L. born November 20, 1876, married Olive Kerr December 21, 1898;
  6. Emma born March 20, 1878, married Albert C. Fisher December 19, 1900.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

Member city council and school trustee at Richmond for many years. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Harris, William McGee

(son of William Harris and Emeline Whittle). Born May 23, 1862, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Harriet Ann Carson February 4, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of David Carson and Millie Jane Rawlins of Richmond, Utah, pioneers Brigham Young company). She was born June 18, 1861.
Their children:
  1. Millie E. born November 27, 1885, married Theo. Mickelson;
  2. Byron McGee born November 12, 1887, married Fronie Bassett;
  3. David Earl born June 14, 1890;
  4. Thomas Glen born October 7, 1892;
  5. Guy born April 28, 1895;
  6. Viola born April 12, 1898;
  7. Florence born October 1, 1901.

Family home Lago, Idaho.

Bishop. Member legislature 1896. School trustee and road supervisor. Rancher and farmer.

Sources:

Harris, Charles Zera

(son of William Harris and Emeline Whittle). Born March 9, 1864, Richmond, Utah.

Married:Sarah Alice Anderson April 14, 1886 (daughter of George Anderson and Mary Ann Davis, pioneers 1852, Brigham Young company). She was born January 10, 1870, Richmond, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Melvin C. born September 21, 1887;
  2. William Z. born July 5, 1890;
  3. George McGee born October 30, 1904.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

Graduate University Deseret 1885. Assistant superintendent Richmond Sunday school 1887-89. Member state legislature 1889 and 1900; member Cache county school board 1908-09. Founder and owner of People’s Mercantile Company, Richmond; one of founders Utah Condensed Milk Company and superintendent of same 1903-07. Farmer and dairyman.

Sources:

Harrison, George

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1866 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of William Harrison and Hannah Ellis of Springville, Utah). Born August 24, 1841, Manchester, England. Came to Utah 1866, Martin and Tyler handcart company.

Married:Rosella D. White 1866 at Springville (daughter of Noah White and Arvilla Lewis of Nauvoo, Illinois, and New Hampshire). She was born 1838.
Their children:
  1. George W., married Ada Bissell;
  2. Rosella A., married Joseph H. Storrs;
  3. Lewis E., married Clara Stewart;
  4. Anna May, married George Smith;
  5. William W., married Myrtle Hall;
  6. Gertrude, married William M. Packard;
  7. Winfred H., married Martha Fereday.

Family home Springville.

Member of seventies; high priest; president elders quorum; choir leader 20 years. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Director Springville Banking Company; proprietor Hotel Harrison, Springville.

Sources:

Harrison, Henry James

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1860 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of James Harrison, born January 13, 1804, and Ann Harrison). He was born February 6, 1834, in Martines, England. Came to Utah August 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson handcart company.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Burningham October 6, 1860 (daughter of Thomas Burningham and Sarah White, latter pioneer 1861). She was born May 25, 1834, and came to Utah with handcart company.
Their children:
  1. Arthur born 1861;
  2. Thomas born 1862;
  3. Harold Henry born 1863, married Clara Mold September 21, 1882;
  4. Elizabeth Burningham born 1866, married Riley Burnham;
  5. James Alfred born 1867;
  6. William John born 1870, married May Miller;
  7. Gertrude Anne born 1873, married David Fenwick.
Married:Mary Acocks April 29, 1897 (daughter of George Acocks and Elizabeth Dodd, former came to Utah 1869, latter 1871). She was born October 16, 1852, in England.

Deputy sheriff. Brick and rock mason.

Sources:

Harrison, Harold Henry

(son of Henry James Harrison and Sarah Elizabeth Burningham). Born 1863, Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Clara Mold September 21, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Mold and Jane Spencer), who was born June 5, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Lillian Clara born September 13, 1883, married John Poorman;
  2. Harold Roy born December 26, 1885, married Sarah Beatrice Steele October 3, 1906;
  3. Ross Leo born March 24, 1887;
  4. Ona Alvin born June 24, 1893;
  5. Vivian Cecil born October 20, 1899;
  6. Rex Leland born March 15, 1901;
  7. Lema LaRell born July 10, 1903;
  8. Lola Leila born February 13, 1906;
  9. Thora Arenith born June 22, 1906.
Sources:

Harrison, James H.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Joseph Harrison and Sarah Hobday of London, England). Born April 9, 1817, Birmingham, England. Came to Utah October 6, 1862, Ansel P. Harmon company.

Married:Angelina Parry August 11, 1839, Birmingham (daughter of Thomas Parry and Mary Hidson of Birmingham). She was born August 22, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann, married Thomas S. Farnes;
  2. Martha, died;
  3. Henrietta, died;
  4. Fannie, married Edwin Curtis;
  5. James Parry, married Elvira Williams;
  6. Joseph Hidson, married Mary Ann Slight;
  7. Angelina, married W. N. Shilling;
  8. William Hobday, married Mary Ann Poll;
  9. Heber Chase, married Capitola Birdno;
  10. Mary Elizabeth, married George W. Earl;
  11. Edwin Daniel, married Ellen Simmons.

High Priest; teacher. Engraver. Deceased.

Sources:

Harrison, William Hobday

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of James H. Harrison and Angelina Parry). Born June 18, 1862, London, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Mary Ann Poll August 1877, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Flint Poll and Charlotte Long of Lofostaff, England, pioneers fall of 1867). She was born December 28, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Alta Maud born April 13, 1880, married Leonard Kessler;
  2. Iva May born January 10, 1881, married Frank Scott;
  3. Albert William born May 16, 1883, died;
  4. Celia born May 13, 1887, married Duke Lawrence;
  5. Verne David born April 30, 1889;
  6. Angelina born May 2, 1890, died January 29, ____;
  7. Moroni Duval born April 6, 1893;
  8. Clifford Charles born March 11, 1896;
  9. Glen Poll born December 18, 1900.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Catherine Mary Louisa Jones May 7, 1907, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Conforth Jones and Eliza Jesson of Birmingham, England, pioneers September 2, 1868, Daniel D. McArthur company). She was born August 30, 1869.

High Priest; counselor in elders quorum. City registrar 1904-06. Foreman cooperage department of Salt Lake Brewery Company. Merchant.

Sources:

Harrison, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Elizabeth Harrison of St. Ellen, Lancashire, England). Born December 13, 1839, at St. Ellen. Came to Utah 1862, oxteam company.

Married:Nancy Platt (daughter of James Platt of St. Ellen, pioneer 1862, oxteam company).
Their children:
  1. Isabel Josephine, married Peter M. Hiskey;
  2. Jane, married Edward Wilkins;
  3. James W. born April 14, 1865, married Victoria Sprouse;
  4. Peter born November 9, 1867, married Margaret Murray;
  5. Elizabeth, married Ephraim Roberts;
  6. Nancy, died child.

Family home Mona, Utah.

Married:Margaret Vest 1880, Mona, Utah (daughter of John and Elizabeth Vest of England).
Their children:
  1. John, married Beatrice Neil;
  2. Alice, married Ray G. Labrum;
  3. Joseph, married Ollie Labrum.

Family home Mona, Utah.

Member of seventy; Sunday school superintendent. District No. 11 school trustee Deepcreek, Utah, twelve years. Indian war veteran. Sheepraiser; railroader; farmer.

Sources:

Harrison, Peter

(son of John Harrison and Nancy Platt). Born November 9, 1867, Nephi, Utah.

Married:Margaret Murray November 2, 1892, Vernal, Utah (daughter of Jeremiah H. Murray and Mary Ashby of Spanish Fork, Utah). She was born September 9, 1876.
Their children:
  1. Nancy Noble born May 23, 1893, married Franklin Jenkins;
  2. Jeremiah Hatch born October 22, 1894;
  3. Lavina born June 17, 1896, died August 13, 1896;
  4. Elzina born June 17, 1896;
  5. Russell Peter born September 9, 1898;
  6. Hazel Pearl born August 16, 1900;
  7. Mary Ruth born November 14, 1902;
  8. Bertha born October 10, 1904, died infant;
  9. Frances Ellen born June 10, 1906;
  10. Carl Reed born May 7, 1911.

Family home Vernal, Utah.

Trustee District No. 11 for twelve years, Deep Creek, Utah. Farmer.

Sources:

Hart, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Richard Hart). Born April 17, 1806, Devonshire, England. Died December 25, 1879. Came to Utah October 17, 1862, Captain Miller company.

Married:Mary Cape, who was born 1810 and died 1858.
Their children:
  1. Harriet born June 4, 1836, married Christopher Brown;
  2. Emma born October 14, 1838, married James Notion;
  3. Ann born November 20, 1840;
  4. Sarah born September 18, 1842;
  5. William born January 2, 1845, married Ann Home;
  6. Mary Ann born 1847;
  7. Charlotte Louise born 1849;
  8. Levi Richard born March 2, 1851, married Harriet Maria Conley November 24, 1874;
  9. Samuel Walter born October 31, 1853, married Martha Raymond;
  10. Henry James born January 1867.

Worked on Salt Lake Temple. Mason.

Sources:

Hart, Levi Richard

(son of James Hart and Mary Cape). Born March 2, 1851, Bristol, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Harriet Maria Conley November 24, 1874, Evanston, Wyoming.(daughter of Solomon Nelson Conley and Eve Merkley, pioneers 1848). She was born April 21, 1857, Centerville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. James R. born August 28, 1875, died April 14, 1903;
  2. William Augustus born September 7, 1877, married Susan Birch June 7, 1907;
  3. Albert Leslie born June 11, 1879, married Amelia Eschler April 4, 1907;
  4. Harriet Eve born March 2, 1882, died August 18, 1882;
  5. Mary Caroline born October 17, 1884, died July 22, 1899;
  6. Franklin born July 5, 1887;
  7. Willard Edward born September 7, 1896.

Settled in Bear Lake county, Idaho, 1872.

Sources:

Hart, Samuel Walter

(son of James Hart and Mary Cape). Born October 31, 1853, Devonshire, England. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Martha Raymond February 20, 1880, Woodruff, Utah (daughter of Grandison Raymond and Cella Hall, pioneers 1862). She was born January 1, 1850, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Melvin Ray born March 16, 1881, married LeNore Dalrymple June 7, 1905;
  2. Celia Eva born July 2, 1883, married Wiley Call December 15, 1904;
  3. Mary C. born August 28, 1887;
  4. Celdon Raymond born May 17, 1890;
  5. Henrietta born May 11, 1893.

Family resided at Raymond, Idaho. Settled in Salt Lake City; moved to Kaysville 1869; to Woodruff 1874; to Raymond, Idaho, 1878.

First counselor to Bishop N. P. Larson; presiding high priest 1900, and bishop of Raymond ward.

Sources:

Hart, James Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Thomas Hart and Elizabeth Maryatt of Hemingford, Huntingdonshire, England). Born June 21, 1825, at Hemingford. Came to Utah 1866.

Married:Emily Ellingham 1850, England (daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Ellingham), who was born July 16, 1820.
Only child:
  1. James E. Hart born January 17, 1856, married Elmira Birdneau.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah, and Bloomington, Idaho.

Married:Sabina Scheib May 4, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of John P. Scheib and Catharine Neinmann, pioneers September 20, 1852, Captain McGaw company). She was born March 2, 1839, London, England.
Their children:
  1. Anna Maria born July 22, 1862;
  2. Alice C. born September 14, 1864, married Anson C. Osmond;
  3. Eugene S. born December 16, 1864, married Nellie Osmond June 16, 1897;
  4. Charles H. born July 6, 1866, married Adelia Greenhalgh 1889;
  5. Arthur W. born October 16, 1869, married Ada D. Lowe August 22, 1900;
  6. Alfred A. born October 9, 1871, married Sarah Patterson October 11, 1905;
  7. John Thomas born January 22, 1874, died infant;
  8. Sabina Hermoine born July 18, 1876, married David Roberts February 2, 1911;
  9. Emily Rosina born March 31, 1880, married Ivan Woodward November 13, 1901.

First probate judge Rich county; member Idaho legislature from Bear Lake county. Bishop of Bloomington, Idaho, for several years; first counselor to president of Bear Lake stake for thirty-five years; Mormon immigration agent at New York for several years. Had charge of President Young’s nail factory in Sugar ward. Died November 12, 1906, Bloomington, Idaho.

Sources:

Hart, Charles Henry

(son of James Henry Hart and Sabina Scheib). Born July 6, 1866, Bloomington, Idaho.

Married:Adelia Greenhalgh September 25, 1889, Logan, Utah (daughter of Peter and Sarah Greenhalgh of Manchester England). She was born June 27, 1867, died March 18, 1913
Their children:
  1. Lucile Adelia born September 14, 1890;
  2. Leona Sabina born April 3, 1892;
  3. Viola Genevieve born October 1893;
  4. Charles James born June 27, 1896;
  5. Mary Clarissa born January 10, 1898, died at age of six weeks;
  6. Harold Henry born April 19, 1899;
  7. Paul Eugene born January 31, 1902;
  8. Dean Eldon born November 3, 1903;
  9. Melvin Greenhalgh born August 31, 1906;
  10. Raymond George born June 1, 1908;
  11. Phyllis born November 22, 1910.

Family resided Logan and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Member first council of seventies since April 1906; superintendent 6th ward Sunday school 1906; assistant superintendent YMMIA. Bear Lake stake 1889-90. Cache county prosecuting attorney 1893-94; member legislative council of Utah 1893-1904; member state constitutional convention Utah 1905; district judge first judicial district 1896-1905.

Sources:

Hart, John Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Isaac Hart and Ann McGeorge). Born December 11, 1826, Taunton, Somersetshire, England. Came to Utah October 11, 1852, George Kendall ten-pound company

Married:Elizabeth Rice July 26, 1846, Bristol, England. (daughter of Thomas Rice and Easter Mayo of Minchampton, Gloucestershire, England), who was born 1826.

One of seven presidents 64th quorum seventies; performed five missions in England 1869-90; high priest; bishop of West Weber ward; missionary to Pueblo, Colorado, five years.

Sources:

Hart, Samuel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of Stephen Hart). Born May, 1828. Kinsgwood, Wiltshire, England. Came to Utah 1865, Thomas Taylor company.

Married:Sarah Ann Leah March 3, 1848 (daughter of James Leah and Sarah Berry, who died on way to Utah). She was born May 25, 1833. Came to Utah with Captain Warren company.
Their children:
  1. Samuel Cornelius;
  2. Stephen James;
  3. Sarah Ann;
  4. Joseph;
  5. Elizabeth;
  6. Marinda;
  7. Merintha;
  8. John Elijah;
  9. Frances;
  10. Edith;
  11. Nephi.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Sources:

Hart, Stephen James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Samuel Hart and Sarah Ann Leah). Born July 4, 1852, Manchester, England. Came to Utah, 1864.

Married:Sarah Orgill September 25, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Orgill and Charlotte Ann Cartwright; former came to Utah September, 1868, Daniel McArthur company latter died in England). She was born March 19, 1854
Their children:
  1. Stephen James born October 8, 1877, married Arteamssia Porter May 15, 19__;
  2. Sarah F. born December 22, 1879;
  3. George Cartwright born September 6, 1881, married Pearl Burnham October 27, 1903;
  4. William Leah born July 23, 1883, married Laura Parkin May 24, 1905;
  5. Edith born June 6, 1885, married Henry C. Tovey November 18, 1908;
  6. Joseph Hyrum born March 10, 1887, married Matilda Tovey June 9, 1909;
  7. Mary May born April 28, 1889, married Joseph Knighton November 18, 1908;
  8. Ida Ann born March 8, 1891;
  9. Maudeline born May 4, 1893;
  10. Heber Lorenzo born March 13, 1895;
  11. Frederick Leo born March 21, 1899.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Ordained member seventy February 28, 1888. Member East Bountiful choir 1866. Stone cutter on St. George temple 1874-75.

Sources:

Hartle, Samuel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

Born in England. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Mary Nichols in England.
Their children:
  1. Philemon, died aged 19;
  2. Lydia, married William Cook;
  3. Rudolph;
  4. Mary Ann, married Samuel McClemonds;
  5. William, married Percilla Cook;
  6. James, died aged 45;
  7. Gertrude, died infant;
  8. Samuel, died infant;
  9. Samuel, married Emma Underwood;
  10. Harry, married Dollie McSwain;
  11. Fred Charles, married Adaline Allen.

Family resided England, Payson and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Church member. Died at Payson, Utah.

Sources:

Hartley, Caleb

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Clement and Mary Hartley of Oxfordshire, England). Born March 19, 1842, Oxfordshire. Came to Utah in 1855, Parley Allred company.

Married:Christine Peterson November 24, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of Andrew Peterson and Annie Maria Olson of Denmark, pioneers 1862), who was born September 15, 1855
Their children:
  1. Mary Christina, married James Bills;
  2. Lutisha, married Leroy Rigby;
  3. Andrew, married Mai Peterson;
  4. Caleb, married Caroline Peterson;
  5. Lorenzo, died infant;
  6. Annie, married Alexander Bell;
  7. Sylvie, married Outrey Anderson;
  8. Urban, married Maud Mower;
  9. Minerva, married Arthur Burrows;
  10. Peter;
  11. Isabel;
  12. Dosenia;
  13. Teckla died childhood;
  14. Glen.

Family home Fairview, Utah.

Elder. Black Hawk war veteran. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah; settled at Mount Pleasant. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hartly, Samuel

of Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.

Married:Eliza Gill, Sheffield, England. (daughter of Robert Gill of Sheffield). She was born November 28, and came to Utah, handcart company; died November 17, 1892, Oak (Creek) City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Sarah, married Lyman Curtis;
  2. Matilda Jane, married Russell Brownell, married William White, married Chrest Overson;
  3. Samuel;
  4. Clementina, died;
  5. Josephine Lucy Smith, married Thomas Zundle;
  6. Farwell;
  7. Lorenzo James, died.
Sources:

Hartwell, Elliott

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Stephen Hartwell of Massachusetts). Born July 11, 1820, in Massachusetts. Came to Utah in 1863.

Married:Hortense Rogers (daughter of Anne Slade of New York, pioneer 1853), who was born August 18, 1823.
Their children:
  1. Helena G., married Joseph Hicks;
  2. Geneva A., married Edwin Kimball;
  3. Orville, married Ada Druce;
  4. Byron E., married Margaret Mulholland;
  5. Inez H., married John Livermore;
  6. May I., married Oliver C. Lockhart;
  7. Ella M., died;
  8. Nina Rosabelle;
  9. Oscar L., married Sarah Martin;
  10. Louis D., married May Saunders.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy. Nurseryman. Died October 11, 1901.

Sources:

Harvey, Daniel

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of John Harvey, born 1780, Prittywell Essex, and Elizabeth Eastwood born 1800, Stanford, England). Born May 29, 1830, Stanford. Came to Utah October 13, 1863, Rosel Hyde company.

Married:Hannah Smuin (daughter of Joseph Smuin), who was born September 28, 1836. Came to Utah with husband in 1863.
Their children:
  1. Annie born June 21, 1856, married Limon S. Conley;
  2. James Smuin born November 1, 1858, married Mary Rosworth February 2, 1898 Daniel Jr. born November 21, 1860, married Olive Welker November 2, 1896;
  3. Susannah born June 9, 1865, married J. H. Morgan November 7, 1885;
  4. Mary born January 8, 1868, married E. M. Whitesides 1892;
  5. Martha born March 30, 1870, married J. H. Hutchens 1893.
Married:Ellen Woolen December 17, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Wooten and Ruth Smuin, married at Eatonbray, Bedfordshire, England). She was born November 1, 1843, Eatonbray.
Their children:
  1. George W. born January 8, 1870, married Mary Baker May, 1896.

Families resided at Kaysville, Utah.

Ordained seventy 1875. Died September 16, 1899.

Sources:

Harvey, Daniel Jr.

(son of Daniel Harvey and Hannah Smuin). Born November 21, 1860, London, England.

Married:Olive Welker November 2, 1896, Bloomington, Idaho (daughter of Gilbert Welker and Charlotte Nelson), who was born September 24, 1875, Bloomington.
Their children:
  1. Daniel Orval born July 26, 1897;
  2. James Evert born January 15, 1900;
  3. Demo Welker born January 14, 1902;
  4. Charlotte born March 15, 1904;
  5. Olive Annie born July 29, 1906.

Ordained seventy October 30, 1910.

Sources:

Harvey, John

Note

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

Born December 12, 1816, Balleston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Eliza Everett March 31, 1841, who was born July 12, 1814; died on way to Utah.
Their children:
  1. John, died April 27, 1900;
  2. Murray, died March, 1903;
  3. Margeret A., married Thomas Ross.
Married:Ann Coope (Minchell) July 23, 1864, Salt Lake City, who was born April 13, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Ester (Minchell) born October 1, 1846, married Dr. L. Coons;
  2. Jenett born June 1, 1856, married Albert Walch;
  3. Alice Young born June 1, 1857, married Manassa Gallagher;
  4. Rhoda E. born May, 1861, married Joseph Foster;
  5. Frances Ireeta born May 21, 1863, married William Hundley;
  6. Richard Coope born October 6, 1865, married Mildred Cluff;
  7. Hugh William born February 15, 1868, married Arbelia Howe.

Family home Heber, Utah.

High priest. Farmer. Died July 4, 1887, Center Creek, Utah.

Sources:

Harvey, Hugh William

(son of John Harvey and Ann Coope). Born February 16, 1868, Heber, Utah.

Married:Arbelia Howe February 14, 1894, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Howe and Mary Jane McLider of Tonis Brook, Virginia), who was born July 2, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Annie born November 25, 1894;
  2. Hugh born May 7, 1896;
  3. James born July 7, 1902;
  4. John born September 28, 1904;
  5. Myrth born August 16, 1909.

High councilor; missionary to northern states 1898-1901; bishop of Center ward 1903; president of YMMIA. Farmer and sheepraiser.

Sources:

Harvey, Louis

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Jonathan Harvey and Sarah Harbert of Harrison county, West Virginia). Born February 1, 1822, in Harrison county. Came to Utah in 1860.

Married:Lucinda Clark April 6, 1849 (daughter of Richard Clark and Mary Ann Shaffer of Pennsylvania, pioneers 1850), who was born April 18, 1824.
Their children:
  1. Maria Josephine, married John A. Booth;
  2. Sarah Elizabeth, married Wilford Baker;
  3. Jonathan Louis, married Mary Helen Alexander;
  4. Lucinda Jane, married Orlando Herron;
  5. Clarinda, died;
  6. Flora Samantha, married Theo R. Sundberg;
  7. Rosetta and George Alfred, died

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

President of seventies; high priest. City councilman two terms. Farmer. Died in 1900.

Sources:

Harvey, Jonathan Louis

(son of Louis Harvey and Lucinda Clark). Born March 8, 1855, Cedar City, Utah.

Married:Mary Helen Alexander December 30, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Horace M. Alexander and Catherine Houston of Springville and Provo, Utah pioneers 1847, Mormon battalion Company B). She was born January 16, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Effie Jane born May 7, 1882, married Stephen Roy Chipman;
  2. Catherine Fredonia born May 7, 1884, married Robert McComie;
  3. Jonathan Louis Jr. born May 23, 1886, married Mae Langstaff;
  4. Helen Ora born March 1, 1889, married D. R. West;
  5. William C. born March 1, 1891;
  6. Maria Lucile born May 8, 1894;
  7. Leo P. born May 1, 1896;
  8. Florence B. born April 9, 1898;
  9. Dean Alexander born March 19, 1900.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Home missionary; city councilman 1881-96; justice of peace 1896-99; precinct justice 1902-03; member school board 1889-1902. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Haslam, James Holt

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of John Haslam, born 1796, and Alice Young of Bolton, Lancashire, England, who were married 1823). Born September 16, 1825, Bolton. Came to Utah September 17, 1851, Philip Morgan company.

Married:Mary Bough April, 1846 (daughter of John Bough and Rachel Bailey, the former died at St. Louis in 1849, the latter did not come to Utah). She was born March 20, 1826, and came to Utah 1851 with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mary Alice born June 4, 1848;
  2. Martha Ann born August 19, 1849;
  3. Sarah Jane born December 17, 1850;
  4. Rachel B. born November 19, 1862, married Heber Bankhead;
  5. Lucy Elizabeth born March 23, 1855, married George Bankhead;
  6. Ellen Liza born October 20, 1857;
  7. Rosalie born June 23, 1861;
  8. James Holt born March 15, 1863, married Amelia Riggs;
  9. Hannah born September 23, 1865;
  10. John born June 15, 1868, married Katherine Anderson.
Married:Ann Redford May 21, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Redford and Letta Eckersley). She was born May 27, 1846, Pilkington, Halfacre, Lancashire, England.
Their children:
  1. John Ephraim born January 11, 1870, married Clara Tellefson;
  2. Mary born October 7, 1871;
  3. Robert born November 22, 1873;
  4. Letta Ann born December 21, 1877, married Levi Broadbent;
  5. Samuel born December 27, 1876, married Eliza Broadbent;
  6. Richard born February 2, 1880;
  7. Emily born November 27, 1881;
  8. Florence born November 26, 1884, married Thomas W. Archibald November 22, 1905;
  9. Maud born June 26, 1886;
  10. Brian born August 3, 1888.

Settled in Salt Lake City 1851; moved to Iron county 1855 and to Cache county 1860. Carried the dispatch of the Mountain Meadow massacre to Brigham Young.

Sources:

Haslam, Richard R.

(son of James Holt Haslam and Ann Redford). Born February 2, 1880, Wellsville, Utah. Missionary to Great Britain, October 17, 1910.

Sources:

Haslam, John R.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Robert Haslam and Mary Nuttall of Manchester, England). Born January 10, 1828, Berry, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah October, 1853, Cyrus Wheelock company.

Married:Marguerite Howarth May, 1861, Berry, England. (daughter of Robert Howarth and Mary Kay of Berry, England), who was born February 2, 1828.
Their children:
  1. Robert H., married Esther C. Williams;
  2. Margerite A., married Thomas Francis;
  3. John W., married Mary E. Kidd;
  4. James N., married Mary E. Eardley;
  5. Joseph H., married Sarah Bohling;
  6. Brigham, married Jane and Elizabeth Breeze;
  7. Mary Jane, married Roert Bult.
Married:Annie Catherine Brabandt May, 1866, Salt Lake City, by Brigham Young (daughter of Peter Brabandt and Sophia Willberg of Copenhagen, Denmark), who was born January 30, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Florence M., married Joseph Brady;
  2. Ernest, married Nellie Ash;
  3. Thomas, died child;
  4. Heber C., married Anena Anderson;
  5. Annie C., married Harry McDonald;
  6. William, married Minnie Schafer.

Family home 28th ward, Salt Lake City.

Seventy; high priest; block teacher. Store-keeper and commissary 20 years. Gardener and painter. Died December 14, 1899, 28th ward, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Haslam, Robert Howarth

son of John R. Haslam and Marguerite Howarth. Born August 16, 1864, at Salt Lake City. President 24th quorum seventies; Sunday school superintendent.

Sources:

Haslam, John W.

(son of John R. Haslam and Marguerite Howarth). Born April 7, 1860, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary E. Kidd January 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William B. Kidd and Emma Lake of Devonshire, England. They came to Utah 1871), who was born September 25, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Emma L. born October 2, 1880, died infant;
  2. Mary Ann born October 23, 1881, married Robert E. Jones;
  3. John W. born August, 1884, died child;
  4. Nellie M. born September 5, 1886, married Arthur B. Winter and John J. Bird;
  5. Bessie F. born March 17, 1889, married Richard M. Haddock;
  6. Cora M. born May 5, 1892, married E. D. Shelley;
  7. Harvard Y. born May 13, 1894, married Antonia Millicarn;
  8. Matthew R. born October, 8, 1899;
  9. Josephine born February 5, 1902.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Seventy; missionary to England 1900-03; secretary of elders quorum 34 years; Sunday school and block teacher. Carpenter and contractor.

Sources:

Haslam, Ernest

(son of John R. Haslam and Annie Catherine Brabandt). Born September 6, 1870, 28th ward, Salt Lake City.

Married:Nellie Ash October 28, 1892, Salt Lake City, by Alexander Garrick (daughter of Thomas Ash and Sarah Ann Hick of Birmingham, England, came to Utah 1890), who was born March 6, 1870.
Their children:
  1. Nellie A. born July 17, 1893;
  2. Ernest W. born July 29, 1895;
  3. Richard B. born June 23, 1899;
  4. Annie M. born October 2, 1902.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Gardener.

Sources:

Haslam, Heber C.

(son of John R. Haslam and Annie Catherine Brabandt). Born January 18, 1874, Salt Lake City.

Married:Anena Anderson April 4, 1898, Salt Lake City, by Bishop Kesler (daughter of Peter Anderson and Annie Oleson of Aarhus, Denmark, came to Utah 1888), who was born October 12, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Heber R. born October 8, 1898;
  2. Senter A. born March 9, 1902;
  3. Annie E. born July 4, 1907;
  4. Ruth H. born March 19, 1900.

Family home 28th ward, Salt Lake City.

Gardener.

Sources:

Hatch, Ira Stearns

Note

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

(son of Ira Hatch, born 1772, and Lucinda Rice of Rochester, New York). Born February 9, 1800, Winchester, Cheshire county, New Hampshire. Came to Utah September, 1849, Enoch Reese company.

Married:Welthea Bradford January 26, 1824, at Farmerville, New York, who was born 1803, died November 3, 1841, Hancock county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Meltiar born July 18, 1825, married Permelia Snyder January 1, 1846;
  2. Ransom born November 13, 1826, married Frances C. Atkinson December 18, 1854;
  3. Orin born May 9, 1830, married Elizabeth M. Perry October 10, 1855;
  4. Rhoana born May 19, 1832, married James Henry December 28, 1860;
  5. Ira born August 6, 1835, married Mandy Pace September 17, 1869;
  6. Ephraim born November 30, 1837, married Roseellen King June 13, 1864;
  7. Ancil born June 18, 1840, married Phebe Brown.
Married:Abigal Whitley March 1842 (daughter of John and Margaret Whitley), who was born December 19, 1797.
Married:Jane Bee McKechine November 27, 1852 (daughter of George Bee and Jennett Atchison), who was born February 25, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Stearns born December 6, 1853, married Elizabeth Jane Ellis October 9, 1876;
  2. Philander born June 2, 1855, married Priscilla Muir September 25, 1883;
  3. Abram born June 22, 1857, married Ida J. Levitt December 9, 1880;
  4. Reuben born July 23, 1859, married Nora Ure April 24, 1884;
  5. Lucinda Jannett born April 6, 1861;
  6. Lenord born April 9, 1863;
  7. Alvin Willard born April 17, 1865, married Elizabeth Jackson;
  8. Ira Ette Elzina born May 8, 1869, married Stephen Ure January 5, 1898.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Jane Ann Stuart March 20, 1857, Salt Lake City, who was born December 27, 1824, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. Welthea Ann born January 23, 1858, married Hyrum Hartley December 6, 1876;
  2. Gilbert Stuart born January 16, 1860, married Ellen Moss October 4, 1884;
  3. Stephen Cornelius born August 20, 1861, married Sarah Jane Atkinson October 10, 1881.

Joined the church in 1832; ordained elder 1852; member Nauvoo Legion; member Mormon battalion. Settled at Bountiful, 1849. Ordained seventy 1869. Died September 30, 1869.

Sources:

Hatch, Meltiar

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Ira Stearns Hatch and Welthea Bradford). Born July 15, 1825, Cattaraugus county, New York. Came to Utah October, 1849, Enoch Reese company.

Married:Permelia Snyder January 1, 1846, Jobes Creek, Hancock county, Illinois. (daughter of Samuel Snyder and Henrietta Maria Stock well of Hatch, Utah, pioneers October, 1849, Enoch Reese company), who was born October 7, 1827.
Their children:
  1. Meltiar;
  2. Orson;
  3. Samuel;
  4. Ira Wilder;
  5. George S.;
  6. Welthea Maria;
  7. Permelia Elzina;
  8. Octavia;
  9. Jesse;
  10. Laura Ann.
Married:Mary A. Ellis May 6, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Ellis and Harriet Hales of Hatch, Utah, pioneers 1850), who was born December 30, 1840.
Their children:
  1. John Henry;
  2. Elias;
  3. Julia;
  4. David;
  5. Harriet;
  6. Myra;
  7. Margret;
  8. Rhoana;
  9. Mary A.;
  10. Permelia.

Called in 1856 to go to Carson Valley to preside over a colony, and in 1871 to go South, and later went to Eagle Valley where he was set apart as bishop, from there went to Panguitch, where he served as high councilor.

Sources:

Hatch, John H.

(son of Meltiar Hatch and Mary A. Ellis). Born July 22, 1857. Carson Valley, Nevada.

Married:Elizabeth Frances Davis November 26, 1879, St. George, Utah (daughter of Joseph C. Davis and Maria Williams of Tropic, Utah), who was born February 26, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Frances born July 28, 1880;
  2. John Henry born April 1, 18”82;
  3. Rose Ettie born March 17, 1883;
  4. Maria Vaughn born October 29, 1884;
  5. Mary Permelia born October 17, 1887;
  6. William Arthur born February 1, 1890;
  7. Ira Stearns born September 24, 1892;
  8. Joseph Aaron born March 27, 1895;
  9. Orville C. born April 22, 1897;
  10. Rachel born May 13, 1899;
  11. Francis Ellis born February 8, 1902.

Family home Tropic.

Married:Almira M. Cox December 18, 1902, Manti, Utah (daughter of Orville S. Cox and Eliza J. Losse, Tropic, pioneers 1850), who was born October 20, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Ancell Alva born November 14, 1903;
  2. Orlan Earl born December 31, 1906;
  3. Merlin Vance born June 6, 1908;
  4. Reid M. born June 23, 1911.

Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hatch, Orin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Ira Stearns Hatch and Welthea Bradford). Born May 9, 1830, Farmersville, New York. Came to Utah 1848 with a section of Mormon battalion.

Married:Elizabeth M. Perry October 10, 1856 (daughter of John and Grace Ann Perry), who was born September 13, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Orin Perry born July 28, 1856, married Marinda Woodard;
  2. John Edward born January 26, 1859, married Laura Ellis October 16, 1879;
  3. Grace Ann born October 18, 1860, married William Moss;
  4. Elizabeth Amelia born September 30, 1862, married David Jackson;
  5. Joseph E. born October 30, 1864, married Margaret Benson;
  6. James Ernest born November 11, 1866, married Elizabeth Mann;
  7. Alice born April 8, 1868, married James Jackson;
  8. Chloe born January 11, 1870, married Andrew Grant May 10, 1894;
  9. Ezra T. born December 29, 1871, married Edith Folsom July 19, 1904;
  10. Wilder T. born November 14, 1873, married Patty Sessions;
  11. Myra born October 12, 1875, married Charles born Mann;
  12. Algie Lydia born June 8, 1877, married Hyrum Grant, Jr., June 30, 1898;
  13. Jabez B. born August 6, 1879, married Annie Putman.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Maria Thompson May 2, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of William G. Thompson and Elizabeth McCauley), who was born August 16, 1838, Davis county, Missouri.
Their children:
  1. William Ira born March 10, 1857, married Maggie Muir January 12, 1881;
  2. Orvil born January 1, 1860, married Mary Albrand November 17, 1886;
  3. Daniel born March 4, 1863, married Ida May Pace November 16, 1885;
  4. David born January 22, 1867, died;
  5. Walter born April 17, 1868, married Charlotte Atkinson November 9, 1892;
  6. Elizabeth born November 3, 1871;
  7. George born April 28, 1874, married Lillie L. Vance December 18, 1901;
  8. Ella Maria born July 10, 1876, died.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Assisted in colonizing Green River country 1852, moved to Carson valley; ward teacher; president 74th quorum seventies, high priest; ordained patriarch 1898. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hatch, William Ira

(son of Orin Hatch and Maria Thompson). Born March 10, 1857, Eagle Valley, Carson county, Nevada.

Married:Maggie Muir January 12, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of William S. Muir and Jane Robb, former came to Utah with the Mormon battalion). She was born June 17, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Frank S. born October 30, 1882, married Charlotte Cottam June 16, 1909;
  2. Carrage born July 18, 1884;
  3. Marvin M. born May 27, 1886, married Freda Olsen June 16, 1909;
  4. Mary Ann born November 25, 1887;
  5. Jean Maria born July 6, 1892;
  6. Edyth born May 7, 1895;
  7. Ella born January 4, 1897;
  8. Maggie born September 12, 1898;
  9. Ruth born July 25, 1902;
  10. Elizabeth born March 10, 1904.

Family home Scipio, Utah.

Millard county commissioner, two terms; president Scipio town board two terms; school trustee of Scipio school district. Member bishopric 26 years. Farmer.

Sources:

Hatch, Orvil

(son of Orin Hatch and Maria Thompson of Bountiful, Utah, pioneers). Born January 1, 1860.

Married:Mary A. Albrand November 17, 1886, at Logan, Utah (daughter of William John F. Albrand and Jane Ann Richardson of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1864), who was born November 18, 1862, at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Orvil R. born October 15, 1887;
  2. Charles F. born September 16, 1889, died infant;
  3. Alfred B. born November 30, 1892;
  4. Dorothy B. born December 16, 1897;
  5. Seymour A. born May 27, 1903.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Sources:

Hatch, Walter

(son of Orin Hatch and Maria Thompson). Born April 17, 1868, South Bountiful.

Married:Charlotte A. Atkinson November 9, 1892, Logan, Utah (daughter of William Atkinson and Sarah Ann Tingey), who was born February 27, 1873, Woods Cross, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Walter A. born July 21, 1893;
  2. Eva born February 24, 1897, died January 16, 1898;
  3. Clara Alzina born March 28, 1898;
  4. Roscoe A. born July 16, 1902, died July 1, 1906;
  5. Henry A. born February 15, 1904;
  6. Charlotte born July 23, 1906, died July 23, 1905;
  7. Thompson born December 4, 1906;
  8. Hazen A. born July 20, 1909;
  9. Isaac born February 6, 1911, died February 6, 1911.

Missionary to northern states 1899-1901; bishop of Oxford ward 1904-12.

Sources:

Hatch, Stearns

(son of Ira Stearns Hatch and Jane born McKechine). Born December 6, 1863, Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth Jane Ellis October 9, 1876, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Ellis and Harriet Hales, pioneers September 25, 1851), who was born January 3, 1858, Bountiful.
Their children:
  1. Ira Stearns born June 27, 1878, married Sarah Robey October 17, 1901;
  2. Harriet Elizabeth born December 10, 1880, married David Melvin Nelson October 11, 1900;
  3. John Lawrence born May 8, 1883, married Emma W. Miller October 18, 1907;
  4. Leona Jane born December 8, 1885, married Joseph Edward Wilcox December 6, 1905;
  5. Laura Lucinda born April 2, 1888, married Oscar Edwin Eckelson September 4, 1907;
  6. Wilford W.;
  7. Irene, married George H. Reed;
  8. Mary Isabelle;
  9. Lillian G.;
  10. Sarah;
  11. Lenard Ellis.

Family home Woods Cross, Utah.

Section foreman of Utah Central railroad eight years. Instrumental in organizing Deseret Live Stock Company, Hatch Bros. Company, Woods Cross Sheep Company, and Woods Cross Canning Company; served as president of the latter for 18 years. One of seven presidents of 74th quorum of seventies; member high council; Sunday school superintendent; ordained bishop of South Bountiful ward, April 29, 1906. Stockraiser.

Sources:

Hatch, Abram

(son of Ira Stearns Hatch and Jane born McKechine). Born June 22, 1867, South Bountiful.

Married:Ida J. Leavitt December 9, 1880, Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of John Q. Leavitt, born October 1, 1860, Canada, and Melinda Minion, born April 23, 1838, the former a pioner of 1856), who was born February 3, 1863, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Melinda P. born April 23, 1883, married J. W. Evans;
  2. Ethel J. born December 15, 1884, died 1889;
  3. Abram born March 17, 1887, died 1890;
  4. Valjean born March 4, 1889, died 1908;
  5. Ida Lucill born January 31, 1891, married L. D. Foreman;
  6. Afton Lucinda born February 25, 1895;
  7. Gladys born June 18, 1899;
  8. Florence born January 3, 1909.

Engineer, Oregon Short Line Rail Road.

Sources:

Hatch, Jeremiah

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Hezekiah Hatch and Aldurah Summers of Atchinson county, Vermont). Born July 7, 1823, Vermont. Came to Utah 1850, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Louisa Pool Alexander at Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Alvah Alexander and Phoebe Houston of Vermont, pioneers 1860, Lorenzo Snow company), who was born 1826, died April, 1869.
Their children:
  1. Hezekiah, died;
  2. Phoebe, married Samuel Cozzens;
  3. Aldura, died;
  4. Alvah Alexander, married Mary Elizabeth Nelson;
  5. Jeremiah, married Elizabeth Winn;
  6. Lorenzo, married Adaline Winn;
  7. Abraham, married Emaline Miles;
  8. Louisa, married Timothy Malin;
  9. Aisabell, married David P. Woodrull;
  10. Theodosia, married John Clark;
  11. Josephus, married Luella Thomas.

High priest. Settled at Salt Lake City, moved to Lehi, to Cedar Fort, to Salt Creek and to Manti, where he served as Indian agent under Brigham Young for five years; from there went to Moroni, and in 1862 to Cache Valley, to Heber, and in 1878 to Ashley Fork, where he spent the remainder of his life. Bishop. Farmer and blacksmith. Died May 1903, Vernal.

Sources:

Hatch, Alvah Alexander

(son of Jeremiah Hatch and Louisa Pool Alexander). Born March 6, 1851. Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Nelson November 7, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Nelson of Scotland, and Elizabeth Joseph of Ireland, pioneers 1853), who was born May 4, 1852.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born September 18, 1869, married Charles C. Rich;
  2. Robert born November 18, 1871, died child;
  3. Louisa P. born September 11, 1873, married Joseph Rich;
  4. Jane born March 9, 1874, married Thomas Sabey;
  5. Alvah A. born November 26, 1876, married Anna Peck;
  6. Minnie May born March 6, 1878, married Robert Varnon;
  7. Jeremiah born March 30, 1880, married Florence Alexander;
  8. David born January 26, 1882, married Margaret Milburn;
  9. Samuel born November 25, 1883, married Ira Teeples;
  10. John born December 4, 1885, married Catherine McCarrell;
  11. Charles born December 9, 1887, married Mary Lewis;
  12. Loren born July 22, 1888, married Roda Price;
  13. Abram born September 13, 1891;
  14. Clyde born April 14, 1893.

Missionary to New Mexico 1866; high priest, ward teacher eight years; called to Ashley Fork Valley 1878. Assisted in building canals, irrigation systems and wagon roads in and around Ashley Fork; county commissioner two terms; school trustee. Director in Central Canal company. Farmer; miller; stockraiser.

Sources:

Hatch, Lorenzo Hill

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Hezekiah Hatch, born December 2, 1798, Charlotte, Vermont, and Aldurah Sumner, born May 4, 1803. Bristol, Vermont, married 1819). Born January 4, 1826, Lincoln, Vermont. Came to Utah September 16, 1850, David Evans company.

Married:Hannah Elizabeth Fuller February 3, 1846, who was born February 24, 1827.
Married:Sylvia Savonia Eastman February 27, 1851, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Eastman and Clarissa Goss, married January 1, 1812; former died on way to Utah, latter came September 23, 1848, Heber C. Kimball company), who was born November 4, 1826, New Fane, Vermont.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo Lafayette born December 25, 1851, married Annie Scarborough December 1, 1873;
  2. Clarissa Aldurah born November 28, 1853, married Sheldon Bela Cutler May 20, 1885;
  3. Hezekiah Eastman born December 16, 1855, married Georgia Thatcher October 6, 1884;
  4. Ruth Amorette born December 31, 1869;
  5. Elizabeth Ann born December 23, 1861, married William M. Daines January 18, 1883.
Married:Catherine Karren November 11, 1854, Lehi, Utah (daughter of Thomas Karren and Ann Ratcliff), who was born August 12, 1836, Liverpool, England.
  1. Their, children:
    1. Celia Ann born March 19, 1856, married John A. Woolf April 10, 1876;
    2. Catherine Alvenia born February 13, 1859, married Thomas Smart January 11, 1875;
    3. Lydia Lenora born September 1860, married Levi M. Savage December 24, 1879;
    4. Thomas born October 22, 1862, married Viola Pearce September 24, 1883;
    5. Hyrum born January 8, 1865, married Esther L. Gregory September 20, 1888;
    6. Hannah Adeline born March 24, 1867, married Levi M. Savage September 28, 1883;
    7. Sarah Ella born September 6, 1870, married Clarence E. Owens July 17, 1889;
    8. Chloe born March 4, 1872, married William M. Daines;
    9. Ephraim born July 30, 1874;
    10. Achsah May born August 29, 1875, married Louisa A. Decker;
    11. Lorenzo Wilford born December 31, 1878, married Adelia Owen October 9, 1901.
Married:Alice Hanson January 2, 1860, who was born December 10, 1837, Bradford, England.
Their children:
  1. John born October 26, 1860, married Jane Stanford October 21, 1885;
  2. Willard born June 10, 1862, married Priscilla Stanford September 11, 1895;
  3. Ezra Taft born February 16, 1864, married Maria Stanford February 3, 1891;
  4. George Jeremiah born November 11, 1866, married Elnora Brimhall March 16, 1887;
  5. Heber Albert born August 26, 1868, married Abigail A. Webb November 7, 1890;
  6. Maria Annett born October 30, 1870, married James J. Shumway December 9, 1887;
  7. Joseph Lorin born December 24, 1873, married Louisa Lyrela June 6, 1901;
  8. Lulu Jane born May 22, 1876, married Samuel F. Smith April 6, 1900.

Member Utah legislature 1856. Bishop of Franklin, Idaho, 1863-76. Representative of Idaho legislature 1872-73. First counselor to Lot Smith in presidency of Little Colorado stake, and to Jesse N. Smith of Eastern Arizona stake.

Sources:

Hatch, Lorenzo Lafayette

Note

Bishop of Franklin, Idaho, 32 years.

(son of Lorenzo Hill Hatch and Sylvia Savonia Eastman). Born December 25, 1861, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Annie Scarborough December 1, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Scarborough and Elizabeth Brook; the latter came to Utah September 1861, Milo Andrus company), who was born June 1, 1853, Leeds, England.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo Fayette born January 16, 1875, married Georgiana Smith October 31, 1900;
  2. Delia Savonia born June 30, 1877, married Ernest E. Cayman October 30, 1901;
  3. Ina Elizabeth born December 23, 1879, married Samuel W. Parkinson August 14, 1901;
  4. Arta Brook born June 22, 1882;
  5. Ruth Blanche born August 3, 1883, married Daniel P. Woodland June 24, 1909;
  6. Hezekiah James born October 6, 1887;
  7. Uinta born April 6, 1890;
  8. Leah Annie born November 14, 1892;
  9. Aura Charles born August 16, 1895;
  10. Catherine Clarissa born September 27, 1896.

Family home Franklin, Idaho.

Married:Sarah Doney November 22, 1883, Payson, Utah (daughter of John Doney and Ann George, pioneers with Edmund Ellsworth handcart company), who was born October 17, 1868, Payson.
Their children:
  1. Elmer Doney (adopted) born September 4, 1890, married Phoebe Preece February 28, 1911;
  2. Cora Doney (adopted) born January 16, 1903.

Family home Franklin, Idaho.

Bishop of Franklin, Idaho, 32 years. Chairman of board of county commissioners.

Sources:

Hawes, William

Note

Pony Express rider.

Came to Utah in early pioneer days.

Married:Emily Meekham at Provo, Utah (daughter of Moses Meekham and Elvira Meekham of Provo).
Their children:
  1. William;
  2. Emily, married John Timothy;
  3. Martha, married David Timothy.

Family home Provo.

Married:Celestia Mecham (daughter of Ephriam Mecham and Polly Durphy of Wallsburg, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Ephriam, married Effie Arminta Smith;
  2. Sarah, died.

Elder. Black Hawk Indian war veteran. Drove pony express between Salt Lake City and Provo. Died at Teton Basin, Idaho.

Sources:

Hawkes, Nathan

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Peter Hawkes, born June 20, 1802, Stow Marus, Essex, England, and Ann Brookiman). Born November 15, 1840, Hockley, Essex, England. Came to Utah September 19, 1866, Benjamin Holliday company.

Married:Elizabeth Bowman December 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Bowman and Margaret Piggott), who was born March 25, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Margaret A. born September 1870, died January 16, 1897;
  2. Sarah E. born August 7, 1872, married D. W. Adamson November 9, 1904;
  3. Julia E. born October 6, 1874, married James B. Ririe October 14, 1908;
  4. Nathan A. born December 15, 1876, married Ethel Jackson January 13, 1904;
  5. Heber B. born August 26, 1879, married Emma Anderson May 13, 1305.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Settled at West Weber 1866.

Sources:

Hawkins, James Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

Born in England. Came to Utah, 1853.

Married:Ann Suel in England. She came to Utah in 1853.
Their children:
  1. William Edward born January 31, 1844;
  2. Charles born June 26, 1845, married Susan Sophia Jenkins December 1, 1865;
  3. Ell born;
  4. Joseph;
  5. Susanna, died.
Sources:

Hawkins, William Edward

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of James R. Hawkins and Ann Suel, pioneers 1853). Born January 31, 1844, London, England. Came to Utah, with parents.

Married:Margaret Thomas May 3, 1870 (daughter of Thomas S. and Mary Thomas of Ogden, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Mary, Margaret, William, Ida, James R., Alice, Thomas, Jedediah, Sarah, Oswald, Seth and Irvine.

Family home Logan, Utah.

Pioneer of Tooele County, Cache County, Utah, and Malad Valley, Idaho. Died April 27, 1911.

Sources:

Hawkins, Charles

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of James R. Hawkins and Ann Suel). Born June 26, 1846 at Netting Hill, London, England. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Susan Sophia Jenkins December 1, 1865, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Ed. Jenkins and Mary Roeberry of Wellsville, Utah), who was born October 13, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Mary Eliza born December 1, 1866, died 1880;
  2. James born September 9, 1868, died 1880;
  3. William born September 9, 1868, died 1880;
  4. Ann born December 25, 1871;
  5. Charles E. born August 27, 1874;
  6. Elijah D. born October 21, 1880, married Lillie Hone September 26, 1901.

Family home Benjamin, Utah.

President elders quorum; superintendent Sunday school; high priest. Member high council of Payson. Farmer. Died August 21, 1912, Payson, Utah.

Sources:

Hawkins, Charles E.

(son of Charles Hawkins and Susan Sophia Jenkins). Born August 27, 1874.

Sources:

Hawley, William John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Henry Hawley and Mary Wooden, former of Old Redding, Connecticut, later of Boyham, Middlesex County, Canada). Born November 25, 1803, Fishkill, New York. Came to Utah 1852, James Snow company.

Married:Elsie Ellis Smith 1821, Boyham, Canada (daughter of Asa Smith and Hannah Kellum of Boyham, pioneers 1852). She was born June 4, 1804.
Their children:
  1. William Henry, married Mary Webb;
  2. Elizabeth, married Henry Pinnell;
  3. George Washington, married Lodenia Rogers;
  4. Anna, married William Fletcher Reynolds;
  5. Cyrus Benjamin Edwin, married Rachel Mary Ann Allred;
  6. Asa Smith, married Mary Beers;
  7. Hannah, died Infant;
  8. James Ephraim, married Susan McArthur.

Family home Pleasant Grove.

Married:Sarah Jane Staker (daughter of Nathan Staker and Jane Richmond of Pleasant Grove, pioneers November 1852, Henry Miller company). She was born 1836, Pickering, Canada.
Their children:
  1. Francis Marion born October 6, 1865, died child;
  2. Sarah Ellis born September 10, 1860, married Benjamin Pearson June 30, 1879;
  3. Anna Elnora born October 25, 1862, died child.

Family home Pleasant Grove.

Built first road in American Fork canyon. Alderman 1856. Appointed to open up the mining district. Judge of Piute county. Furnished nails, glass and putty for first school house in Pleasant Grove 1863. Trail blazer, miner, pioneer surgeon; farmer and miller. Died March, 1881, at Pleasant Grove.

Sources:

Haws, Ephraim

(son of William Haws and Emily Mecham). Born March 15, 1869, Wallsburg, Utah.

Married:Effie Arminta Smith June 9, 1890, Midway, Utah (daughter of Phillip Smith and Eliza Ann Frampton of Mt. Pisgah, Iowa, pioneers 1852, oxteam). She was born June 8, 1869.
Their children:
  1. William Elmer born May 14, 1891;
  2. Laura Pearl born July 26, 1893, married William J. Lindeberg;
  3. Ineza born August 27, 1897.

Family resided Midway and Heber, Utah.

Teacher. Farmer and cattleraiser.

Sources:

Haws, Gilberth

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Jacob Haws and Hannah Neil of North Carolina). Born March 10, 1801, in Kentucky. Came to Utah September 23, 1848, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Hannah Whitcomb June 2, 1822, in Illinois (daughter of Oliver Whitcomb and Olive Bidlock of New York), who was born April 17, 1806, in Madison county, New York, died August 21, 1880, at Provo, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Caroline born January 7, 1825, married Walter Barney 1848;
  2. Matilda born October 31, 1826, died June 4, 1849;
  3. Lucinda born October 20, 1828, married Shadrach Holdaway December 24, 1848;
  4. Eliza born March 29, 1830, married George Pickup 1848;
  5. Francis Marion born December 8, 1831, married Sarah Ann Jones 1866;
  6. Amos Whitcomb born July 10, 1833, married Mary Bean;
  7. William Wallace born February 18, 1836, married Barbara Mills;
  8. Albert W. born February 15, 1837, married Nancy Haws;
  9. Caleb W. born October 1, 1838, married Eliza Snow;
  10. George Washington born March 12, 1841, married Elizabeth Worsley;
  11. Emma Smith born August 6, 1843, married Lyman Carter;
  12. Mary Olive born June 28, 1845, married James C. York;
  13. John Madison born March 24, 1847, married Martha B. Glazier;
  14. Gilbert Oliver born October 8, 1849, married Luella Newell.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. Pioneer of Provo. Farmer. Died March 3, 1877, Provo.

Sources:

Haws, Amos Whitcomb

(son of Gilberth Haws and Hannah Whitcomb). Born July 10, 1833 at Greentown, Wayne county, Illinois.

Married:Mary E. Bean December 27, 1855, at Provo, Utah (daughter of James Bean and Elizabeth Lewis both of Provo) who was born April 17, 1839 in Adams county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Caroline born October 6, 1856, married Arthur Newell and William Hundley;
  2. William Amos born May 23, 1858, died December 23, 1865;
  3. Mary Ellen born June 10, 1860, married William McEwan, died June 3, 1909;
  4. James Gilberth born March 4, 1862, married Belle Williams;
  5. Cornelia Ann born January 27, 1864, died March 12, 1864;
  6. Lewis Milo born January 13, 1865, died February 1, 1865;
  7. Sarah Louisa born April 20, 1866, married Thomas John Foote;
  8. George Whitcomb born November 20, 1868, died;
  9. Caleb Arthur born November 4, 1871, married Mary Gee;
  10. Junius Orlando, married Sarah Meznen.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. Carpenter and builder. Died May 28, 1888, at Provo.

Sources:

Haws, James Gilberth

(son of Amos Whitcomb Haws and Mary Elizabeth Bean). Born March 4, 1862, Provo, Utah.

Married:Nancy Isabella Williams December 23, 1885, Logan, Utah (daughter of Nathaniel Williams and Eliza Helen Wall of Provo, Utah, pioneers 1847, second company). She was born August 14, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Gilbert Lynn born January 31, 1888, married Evelyn Smith;
  2. Amos Waldo born October 24, 1889, died;
  3. Erma born January 20, 1891;
  4. Wilford Bruce born February 15, 1893;
  5. Guy Murice born December 7, 1894;
  6. James Noel born May 20, 1897;
  7. Mary Vivian born March 30, 1899, died;
  8. Alvah Merrill born May 12, 1901;
  9. Helen Lucile born January 19, 1905.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Ward teacher. Carpenter.

Sources:

Haws, William Wallace

(son of Gilberth and Hannah Whitcomb). Born February 18, 1835, in Wayne county, Illinois.
Married:Barbara Mills.

Was baptized into the church by Apostle Erastus Snow in Salt Lake City, November 1848. He located at Provo in the spring of 1849, helped to build the first old Fort on Provo river, and was put on military duty when a boy 14 years old. He served in the fight with the Indians when Joseph Higbee was killed; was made captain of a company of infantry which was sent into Echo Canyon to meet Johnston’s army in 1857; helped to build the fortifications and was commissioned a major. He was a member of the Provo police force for 20 years. He was priest, teacher, elder, seventy and on his 59th birthday (February 18, 1894) was ordained a high priest by Elder John Henry Smith; missionary to Illinois 1871. Pioneer settler to Mogollon mountain district, Arizona, 1879; to Gila Valley in 1882; and to Casas Grandes, Mexico, 1885; moved to Colonia Dublan, Colonia, Juarez, and finally Colonia Pacheco, being among the early settlers in the Corrales basin. He has a large family of 20 children and 38 grandchildren and a multitude of friends.

Sources:

Haws, Albert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Gilberth Haws and Hannah Whitcomb). Born February 15, 1837, Wayne county, Illinois. Came to Utah 1848, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Nancy Haws January 16, 1857, at Provo, Utah (daughter of John and Martha Haws of Provo), who was born December 25, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Albert Alonzo;
  2. Elnora, married Almon Bascom October 28, 1885;
  3. Joseph Marlow, died January 22, 1863;
  4. Marion Oliver;
  5. Mary Olive;
  6. Emily Melisa, died March 17, 1890;
  7. Owen Alpheus, died February 6, 1872;
  8. Lydia Alberta, died October 4, 1873;
  9. John Elmon, died July 22, 1886.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:Harriet Mayberry September, 1879, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Mayberry and Mary Ann Chittenden of Australia. Came to Utah 1879). She was born May 6, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Lillian Lestra;
  2. Jane Harriet;
  3. Nancy Elizabeth;
  4. Martha May, died September 18, 1905;
  5. Heber Bertel;
  6. Caleb Alfred, died January 4, 1910;
  7. Wilfred;
  8. Mary Ann;
  9. Gilbert LeRoy born September 17, 1898;
  10. Alice Amber born January 17, 1899.

Seventy. Sheriff and watermaster at Provo. Carpenter, wheelwright, blacksmith and farmer. Died May 20, 1912, at Naples, Utah.

Sources:

Haws, George Washington

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Gilberth Haws and Hannah Whitcomb). Born March 12, 1841, Wayne county, Illinois. Came to Utah September 23, 1848, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Worsley December 25, 1861, Provo, Utah (daughter of John Worsley and Sarah Hamer of Nauvoo, Illinois, latter came to Utah), who was born December 6, 1843.
Their children:
  1. George Juan born November 23, 1862, married Miss Moffatt;
  2. Elizabeth Ann born February 12, 1865, married Albert E. Davis;
  3. Charles Henry born August 6, 1867, married Elizabeth Richman;
  4. Mary Jane born December 27, 1869, married John Anderson;
  5. Matilda born October 6, 1872;
  6. Electa F. born December 14, 1874, married Wiear Baker;
  7. June Edwin born June 17, 1877;
  8. John Ervin born September 12, 1879, married Vera Loveland;
  9. Morilla Maude born December 23, 1887;
  10. Cortland born November 16, 1884;
  11. Effie May born May 20, 1885, married Henry M. Garn;
  12. Zina Vera born June 13, 1890, married Hugh Byrne.

Member Teton, Idaho, town board. Farmer.

Sources:

Haws, John Madison

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Gilberth Haws and Hannah Whitcomb). Born March 24, 1847, Wayne county, Illinois. Came to Utah September 23, 1848, Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Martha Bitner Glazier March 6, 1866, Provo, Utah (daughter of Shepherd Glazier and Rozetta Dean of Pottawattamie County, Iowa; pioneers 1851. Isaac Allred company). She was born October 8, 1848, died January 30, 1912.
Their children:
  1. John Kimball born May 18, 1868, married Alice Florilla Wight January 6, 1897;
  2. Lorin Dean born February 6, 1870, married Mary Evans January 1, 1896;
  3. Joseph Willman born January 19, 1872, married Inez E. Rose March 3, 1897;
  4. Gilbert Shepherd born January 26, 1875, married Meda J. Hansen January 6, 1897;
  5. Oliver Caleb born June 10, 1877, died September 13, 1877;
  6. Martha Lovica born March 31, 1879;
  7. Francis Orlin born April 22, 1882, married Grace E. Munns June 21, 1905;
  8. Mary Olive born April 26, 1885, married Warren Elmer Hall December 19, 1906.

Family resided Mona and Elwood, Utah.

Married:Laura Jane Partridge November 22, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Partridge and Mary Smith of Pottawattamie County, Iowa; pioneers 1862). She was born October 10, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Laura Rozetta born March 18, 1871, married Thomas Kay;
  2. Mary Ann born August 1, 1872, married James G. Higginson;
  3. Charles Madison born September 11, 1874, married Harriet V. Hunsaker January 6, 1897;
  4. Wallace Smith born August 18, 1876, married Zoe May Thompson January 1899;
  5. Rowena born March 15, 1879, married Joseph M. Jenson Jr. September 16, 1896;
  6. Hannah Eliza born December 29, 1881, married Alson H. Nihart;
  7. Matilda born February 2, 1887, died February 17, 1888.

Family home Mona, Utah.

Settled at Provo, Utah, 1848; moved to Mona, 1868, where he served as presiding elder in 1876. High priest; bishop of Mona ward 1877-86; missionary to southern states 1899-1901. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. County commissioner four years; president of Mona town board several years. Farmer.

Sources:

Haws, Gilberth Oliver

(son of Gilberth Haws and Hannah Whitcomb). Born October 8, 1849, Provo, Utah.

Married:Luella Isola Newell October 3, 1870, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Elliott Alfred Newell and Maria Louisa Roberts; pioneers October, 1852), who was born April 2, 1852, Springville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Myrta Isola, married John W. Baum;
  2. Ruby Lorena, married Orson Baum;
  3. Edna Murl, married William E. Andrews;
  4. Zora Dee, married Lester E. Holman.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Member 46th quorum seventies. Road supervisor 12 years 1883-95. Second white child born in Provo. Assisted in making roads and canals in Provo and vicinity. Farmer and freighter.

Sources:

Hay, Robert

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

of Glasgow, Scotland. Came to Utah in 1856.

His children by first wife:
  1. William;
  2. James;
  3. Robena;
  4. Jean. Resided at Glasgow.
Married:Mary Haley in Glasgow (daughter of John Haley and Mary Haley of Glasgow).
Their children:
  1. Isabel, married John Lards;
  2. Alexander, married Eliza Watson;
  3. George Smith;
  4. Annie, married Abram Warburton;
  5. Elizabeth;
  6. Albert.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

She was also the widow of Mr. Durfey, whom she married at Glasgow.

Their child:
  1. Mary, married James Smith;
  2. John Powell. Resided in Glasgow.

Elder; home missionary. Coal miner and farmer. Died February 1879 at Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Sources:

Hayes, Alma

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Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Thomas Hayes and Polly Hess). Born January 11, 1846, Nauvoo, Illinois. Came to Utah in 1852.

Married:Annselina Thomas December 9, 1867 (daughter of Robert Thomas and Catherine Lewis), who was born December 12, 1852, in Missouri.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born November 13, 1868, married Albert F. Rolph July 23, 1884, died March 13, 1908;
  2. John R. born October 3, 1870, married Emma Dunn June 10, 1892;
  3. Alma H. born September 28, 1874, married Lota Smart October 19, 1897;
  4. Mary Jane born December 21, 1872, died December 27, 1872;
  5. Catherine born April 23, 1877, married George King November 9, 1899;
  6. Alice L. born September 11, 1880, married Robert Weber June, 1903;
  7. Margaret born January 19, 1882, married Wilford King September 11, 1901;
  8. Robert born July 16, 1885, died July 30, 1886;
  9. Edith born July 29, 1887, died January 7, 1895;
  10. Harriet Ann born March 13, 1889, married Glee Erb March 17, 1913;
  11. Esther born May 23, 1891, married Fred Smart August 20, 1908;
  12. David W. born February 19, 1894, died December 28, 1896.
Married:Louisa Jane Sheffield July 1, 1872, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Sheffield and Jane Fowles).
Their children:
  1. Joseph S. born March 6, 1874, married Elizabeth Smitt October 19, 1894, died March 26, 1892;
  2. Jane born September 10, 1877, married William Hoff October 21, 1896;
  3. Walter born December 8, 1875, died March 20, 1889;
  4. Thomas born August 18, 1879, married Margaret G. Bee March 27, 1905;
  5. Ann Selina born July 1, 1881, died August 28, 1881;
  6. Zina R. born July 16, 1883, married Mr. Armitage June 25, 1902;
  7. Horace born April 13, 18.86, married Alice Roberts April 12, 1911;
  8. Wilford born September 10, 1890, married Althea Rasmussen April 12, 1911;
  9. Hattie born November 11, 1892, married Mr. Payne June 9, 1909;
  10. Lucy born March 1, 1896.

Family home Georgetown, Idaho.

Indian war veteran. Bishop of Georgetown ward, Bear Lake stake.

Sources:

Hayward, Henry J.

(son of Gammon Hayward and Sarah A. Cripps of London, pioneers September 30, 1863, Jacob Roach company). Born September 2, 1862. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Elizabeth Ann Pugsley December 23, 1875, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Philip Pugsley and Martha Roach), who was born December 23, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Henry G. born October 16;
  2. Emily J. born February 11, 1878;
  3. Philip P. born June 6, 1880;
  4. Sidney A. born September 4, 1883;
  5. Martha R. born July 8, 1885; the first four died in childhood;
  6. Hazel G. born March 0, 1887, married Henry R. Wessman;
  7. Merle born December 8, 1889, died child;
  8. Elizabeth C. born January 12, 1892;
  9. John E. born June 19, 1895.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hazen, Samuel B.

(son of Robert Hazen and Mary Ann Bainbridge of New Castle, England, pioneers 1862). Born January 1, 1867.

Married:Clara E. Lane September 9, 1891, Logan, Utah (daughter of James Lane and Sophia S. Brown of Brighton ward, Sale Lake City, pioneers 1861, James S. Brown company). She was born December 22, 1866, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Samuel C. born July 29, 1892, died child;
  2. Ruth M. born August 30, 1894;
  3. Laura S. born October 28, 1899;
  4. James L. born June 29, 1902, died infant;
  5. Clara L. born April 8, 1903, died infant;
  6. Leone M. born July 18, 1904;
  7. Ida Lucretia born October 8, 1907.

Family home Center ward, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Healey, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Joseph Healey and Mary Eggleyahaw of Commonside, Derbyshire, England). Born March 31, 1824, Derbyshire. Came to Utah September 1854, Job Smith company.

Married:Elizabeth Smith 1846, Wittake, Leicestershire, England. (daughter of William Smith and Mary Ethcott of Wittake, Leicestershire, former died on way to Utah, latter came September, 1854, Job Smith company). She was born 1825, died March 29, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Ephraim born January 26, 1847, married Mary Matilda Watkins, married Mary Read;
  2. William born 1849, married Clara Hansen;
  3. Mary Ann born 1852, died.

Family home Leicestershire, England.

Married:Mary Carlisle (James) 1855, Alpine, Utah (daughter of Richard Carlisle of Alpine, came to Utah 1847, John Taylor company).
Their children:
  1. Alice, married William T. Brown;
  2. Elizabeth, married Jacob Beck;
  3. Jane, married Hans Olsen;
  4. Martha, married David J. Strong;
  5. James, married Hannah Devey;
  6. Richard, married Jane Winn.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Settled at Alpine 1855. High Priest; teacher. Farmer. Died November 1907, Alpine.

Sources:

Healey, Ephraim

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of James Healey and Elizabeth Smith). Born January 26, 1847, Wittake, Leicestershire, England. Came to Utah September 1854, Job Smith company.

Married:Mary Matilda Watkins January 15, 1869, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Watkins and Mary Smallman of England, Nauvoo and Alpine, pioneers 1852). She was born July 8, 1849, Garden Grove, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Rosella born November 10, 1869, married William Jenkins;
  2. Ada born May 29, 1871, died August 15, 1872;
  3. Ida Delilah born October 2, 1874, married Otto Steinbock;
  4. Mary Edith born September 21, 1876, married George Nielson;
  5. Olevia born February 13, 1879, married Thomas McGregor;
  6. Margeret May born March 9, 1881, married Guy Shoemaker;
  7. Ephraim Franklin born March 22, 1883, married Lucy Elizabeth Okey;
  8. Fred Smith born May 27, 1887, married Gertrude Nash;
  9. Sarah Gertrude born July 27, 1889, married Mark Bennett.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Married:Mary Read May 6, 1908, at Provo (daughter of Robert Read and Mary Fletcher Greensmith of Lenton, Nottingham, England). She was born January 23, 1859. Came to Utah 1888.

High priest. County justice of peace twenty years; alderman and city councilor. Settled at Alpine 1861; lived at Pleasant Grove seven years. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah in 1866. Indian war veteran. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Heap, William

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of William Heap and Margaret Beasley of Cedar Grove, Indiana). Born January 2, 1837, in Indiana. Came to Utah October, 1862, oxteam company.

Married:Sarah Marsh October 19, 1867, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Henry Marsh and Martha Miller of Salt Lake City, pioneers October 1850). She was born April 18, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Marion;
  2. Martha, married Emil Hanson July 3, 1889;
  3. William;
  4. John;
  5. Joseph;
  6. Aaron;
  7. Eli, died;
  8. Maggie;
  9. Ella;
  10. Henry;
  11. Ira.

Elder. Farmer and rancher.

Sources:

Heaps, Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1869.

(son of William Heaps and Mary Cragg of Lancashire, England). Born April 13, 1832, Lancashire. Came to Utah October 1869, James Needham company.

Married:Susannah Turner 1853, Yorkshire, England. (daughter of John Turner and Martha Flutwood of Worcester Bridge, Yorkshire). She was born November 22, 1831.
Their children:
  1. Lorenzo;
  2. William Henry born December 14, 1858, married Cyntha Jane Adams April 28, 1882;
  3. Thomas Heber;
  4. John Henry;
  5. Jefferson Franklin.

Family home Panaca, Nevada, and Escalante, Utah.

Ward teacher. School trustee. Died September 27, 1909, Escalante.

Sources:

Heaps, William Henry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1869.

(son of Henry Heaps and Susannah Turner). Born December 14, 1858, Swallow Hill, England. Came to Utah October 1869, James Needham company.

Married:Cyntha Jane Adams April 28, 1882 (daughter of David B. Adams and Lyda Catherine Mann of Adamsville and Escalante, Utah). She was born January 12, 1866.
Their children:
  1. William Henry born December 25, 1883;
  2. Lorenzo born September 24, 1893;
  3. David Wilford born April 7, 1896;
  4. Lawrence Turner born September 3, 1898;
  5. Marion Francis born June 25, 1905;
  6. Joseph Melvin born March 26, 1908.

Family home Teasdale, Utah.

Bishop of Teasdale ward. Wayne county commissioner. School trustee. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Heath, Albert

(son of George Heath, born January 21, 1832, Huffcutt, Wiltshire, England, and Hannah Gleed, born May 4, 1836, Broadhinton, England; married September 22, 1860). He was born May 8, 1863, Dinas Powis, Glamorganshire, South Wales. Came to Utah July 3, 1877.

Married:Mary P. Hillman February 12, 1889, Oxford, Idaho (daughter of Ira K. Hillman and Priannah Petty), who was born February 21, 1854, and died June 19, 1895.
Only child:
  1. Albert R. born January 9, 1890, married E. May Hemsley September 13, 1911.
Married:Martha J. Davenport February 17, 1897, Logan, Utah (daughter of James N. Davenport and Margaret J. Petty
Married:February 3, 1866, Salt Lake City, former a pioneer 1848). She was born January 15, 1868, Richmond, Utah.

High Priest; high councilor; president YMMIA Hiatt ward, Idaho 1896; ward clerk 1897; bishop Plano ward 1903-06; second counselor to Thomas E. Bassett, president of Fremont stake 1905; first counselor to Mark Austin, president Fremont stake 1910. District enumerator of 12th census 1900; delegate to state convention at Boise 1902; state senator of Fremont county 1902-03; Fremont county treasurer 1904-08. Chairman executive committee of Fremont stake tabernacle 1911; Deputy sheep Inspector of Bannock county 1895. Director and secretary Independent Canal Company, Fremont; director of First National bank, Rexburg, 1911. Police judge at Rexburg 1913. School teacher 1885-1901. Farmer.

Sources:

Heath, Frederick

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of John and Barbara Heath of Henley, Staffordshire, England). Born May 1, 1833. Came to Utah September, 1847, Captain Hunter company.

Married:Harriett Butcher December 2, 1855, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Butcher and Sophia Sayers of Norwich, England, pioneers 1855, Claudius Spencer company). She was born April 4, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Frederick G. born August 23, 1856, married Henrietta Haigh;
  2. John Franklin born August 8, 1858, married Sarah M. Husbands;
  3. Henry O. born October 14, 1860, married Nana Chapman;
  4. William E. born October 15, 1862, died infant;
  5. Joseph A. born September 18, 1863, married Mami Yeager;
  6. Horace A. born April 29, 1866, married Sarah Wheeler, married Eva Ward;
  7. Harriett K. born April 12, 1871, died Infant;
  8. Francis D. born August 15, 1876.

Drove a team to Salt Lake and settled at Old Fort Square on arrival. One of those participating in the farming of “The Family Farm,” where was inaugurated the first system of irrigation in Utah; assisted in making the first dam and making the canal that carried the stream to the east side of the bench farm. Took part in the Indian fight at Battle Creek (now Pleasant Grove). Engaged in contracting supplies for the troops at Fort Douglas 1858 to 1893. Indian war veteran.

Sources:

Heath, Frederick George

(son of Frederick Heath and Harriett Butcher). Born August 23, 1856, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Henrietta Haigh July 24, 1878, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Haigh and Sarah Kershaw, Bradford, Yorkshire, England. They came to Utah 1870). She was born December 19, 1858.
Their children:
  1. Sarah H. born February 6, 1880;
  2. Rosenia born October 21, 1881, married Hazel W. Kartchner;
  3. Frederick John born September 1, 1883, married Emma C. Cahoon;
  4. Hazel E. born September 21, 1886;
  5. Arthur R. born December 10, 1888;
  6. Otto D. born May 16, 1890;
  7. Warren H. born March 18, 1892, died infant;
  8. Dora born September 1, 1893 died infant;
  9. Howard W. born May 12, 1895;
  10. Florence born December 3, 1898;
  11. Mabelle A. born May 1, 1901;
  12. Olive born January 5, 1903.

Engaged in real estate and loans. Farmer and contractor.

Sources:

Heath, John Franklin

(son of Frederick Heath and Harriett Butcher). Born August 6, 1858, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah M. Husbands February 8, 1888, at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Husbands and Sarah Curtis of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1866). She was born March 29, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Ivy Pearl born November 25, 1888;
  2. Alta P. born October 6, 1891;
  3. Frank born December 25, 1892, died infant;
  4. John C. born June 21, 1894;
  5. Clifford H.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Road supervisor five years. General contractor and real estate agent. Builder and owner of Salt Palace. Gardener.

Sources:

Heath, Henry O.

(son of Frederick Heath and Harriett Butcher). Born October 14, 1860, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Nannie B. Champion November 26, 1885, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph B. Champion and Honara McNamar of Cornwall, England. Came to Utah August 1882). She was born July 6, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Lawrence H. born September 24, 1886;
  2. William C. born June 14, 1888;
  3. Rauel G. born June 20, 1892;
  4. Madaline born July 12, 1894;
  5. Mildred born January 20, 1900;
  6. Thomas C. born February 27, 1903;
  7. Clara H. born February 4, 1905.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Farmer and gardener.

Sources:

Heath, Lawrence H.

(son of Henry O. Heath and Nannie B. Champion). Born September 24, 1886, at Salt Lake City.

Clerk at Merchants Bank.

Sources:

Heath, Francis D.

(son of Frederick Heath and Harriett Butcher). Born August 15, 1876, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Lulu G. Wilson February 1, 1899, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John R. Wilson and Jane E. Pridy of Salt Lake City pioneers October 6, 1863, Captain Haight company). She was born April 17, 1881.
Their children:
  1. Ethel V. born August 10, 1900;
  2. Gertrude M. born May 26, 1901;
  3. Lulu H. born July 26, 1903;
  4. Geneve E. born October 8, 1905;
  5. Francis D. C. born February 9, 1908;
  6. Victor R. born April 13, 1910.

Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Manager Pure Ice Company two years; collector at gates of Salt Palace 1901; watchman, superintendent and manager Salt Palace resort 1902 to present date. Farmer.

Sources:

Heath, James Harvey

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

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Born March 16, 1814, in Louisiana. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:
  1. Mariah Holden 1844 (daughter of Joshua and Mary Holden, pioneers 1862). She was born November 29, 1824.
Their children:
  1. Jacob born August 6, 1846, married Matilda Russell;
  2. William Riley born March 25, 1848, married Clarissa Faughbush;
  3. Martha Elizabeth born April 17, 1850, died;
  4. Terissa Jane born February 5, 1852, married Willmer Burgess;
  5. Mary Louisa born February 27, 1854, married James Burgess;
  6. James Harvey born December 3, 1856, married Ellen Thornton;
  7. Mariah Lucinda, married Joseph E. Mangum;
  8. Dortha born May 27, 1860, married Ozewell Barlow;
  9. Harriette born December 18, 1862, married Frank Nickerson;
  10. Hulda S. born January 8, 1865, married John Chidister.
Married:Terissa ____.
Their children:
  1. Jefferson Smith born February 28, 1837, died;
  2. George Fluker born March 13, 1838, married Annie Marker;
  3. Sarah Ann born December 3, 1839, and Mary Jane born October 7, 1841, died.
Married:Abigail Unpstead.
Their children:
  1. James Harvey, married Susianna ____;
  2. William, married Celia Mott.
Sources:

Heath, Thomas

Note

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

Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Sarah Foster at Salt Lake City (daughter of William Foster of England. Came to Utah 1853). She was born March 26, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Thomas, married Sarah Brown;
  2. Amelia and Barbara, died;
  3. William, married Margaret Shelton;
  4. Henry F., married Sarah Shelton;
  5. Clara, married Charles Skewes;
  6. Camilla and Drucilla, died;
  7. Lillian, married O. T. Carlson;
  8. Chaplain, died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Farmer. Died March, 1879, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Heath, Henry F.

(son of Thomas Heath and Sarah Foster). Born July 28, 1865. Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah Shelton February 14, 1887, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Shelton and Margaret Slother of England, pioneers 1865). She was born January 14, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Delcie, married Kenneth Britton;
  2. Walter;
  3. Bertha;
  4. George;
  5. Barbara.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Park keeper; superintendent parks. Carpenter. Died December 4, 1911, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Heaton, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Jonas Heaton and Ann Richardson, Yorkshire, England, former died 1861, St. Louis, Missouri). Born 1828, Thorn Hill, England. Came to Utah 1863.

Married:Janet Sinclair 1859 (daughter of William Sinclair and Christina Archibald, pioneers 1863). She was born June 11, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Jonas born August 19, 1860, married Laura Bell Hill October 1881;
  2. Elizabeth Ann born December 19, 1862, married Solomon M. Hale;
  3. Christina Archibald S. born March 1, 1863, married William A. McCrary July 26, 1880;
  4. Mary Jane born March 18, 1864, married Thomas J. Howell April 7, 1881;
  5. Martha born November 11, 1865, married James W. Howell February 15, 1884;
  6. John born July 8, 1867, married Annie L. Lewellyn January 18, 1888;
  7. Sarah Agness, died April 1873;
  8. William Sinclair born January 17, 1871;
  9. James Henry born 1872, died January 1873.
Sources:

Hedges, George W.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of James Hedges and Maria Andrews of Surrey, England). Born June 20, 1842, Surrey. Came to Utah 1847.

Married:Christina Olson April 26, 1867, Salt Lake City, by Bishop Speers (daughter of Hans Olson and Johanna Anderson of Svedala, Sweden, pioneers September 20, 1862, John R. Murdock company). She was born June 12, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Drucilla M. born February 23, 1868, married J. G. Kelsom;
  2. Annie M. born April 24, 1870, died aged 3;
  3. Edith B. born February 16, 1873, married William R. Turner;
  4. George A. born January 4, 1877;
  5. Chester J. born April 1880, died Infant;
  6. Frank L. born May 5, 1885, died aged 23;
  7. Harrison S. born 1900.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Musician. Died March 12, 1906, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Heggie, Andrew Walker

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Andrew Heggie, born March 19, 1796, Forgan parish, Fifeshire, Scotland, and Cathrine Walker, born 1795, Hilland, Scotland). Born January 9, 1826, Fraistown, Forgan parish. Came to Utah August 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson company.

Married:Annie T. Stewart February 3, 1866 (daughter of William Stewart and Sarah Thompson, married January 1839, Belfast, Ireland, the former pioneer 1862, Captain Rollins oxteam company). She was born December 11, 1839 and came to Utah with father.
Their children:
  1. Annie S. born November 20, 1865, married James born Jardine September 17, 1884;
  2. Cathrine W. born March 4, 1867, married William J. Griffiths January 6, 1886;
  3. Andrew S. born November 15, 1868, married Mary Loosle June 10, 1897;
  4. Sarah S. born January 7, 1871, married John Helga Dohle December 13, 1894;
  5. William S. born October 9, 1872, died March 13, 1874.

Family home Clarkston, Utah.

Settled at Salt Lake City 1860; moved to Clarkston 1865. Sunday school superintendent 25 years; president 7th quorum seventies; second counselor to Bishop John Jardine of Clarkston for 13 years beginning November 26, 1888. School trustee; justice of peace.

Sources:

Hegsted, Hans Christian Sorenson

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Soren Christian Hansen, born 1797, and Johanna Christiansen, born 1802, Hjorring Amt, Denmark). Born August 17, 1830, Wreilev parish. Hjorring, Denmark. Came to Utah November 8, 1866, Miner G. Atwood company.

Married:Mary Borglum December 10, 1861, Hjorring, Denmark (daughter of Augustine and Anna Borglum of Hjorring), who was born March 2, 1837, Hjorring, died March 29, 1902, Salem, Idaho.
Their children:
  1. Victor Charles born April 18, 1865, married Ada Martin;
  2. Jacob born May 6, 1874.

Family resided Harrisville, Utah, and Salem, Idaho.

Married:Christena Olson January 20, 1866, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Ivor John Olson and Anna Christensen, they came to Utah 1873). She was born January 4, 1844.
Their children:
  1. Hans C. S. born April 6, 1871, married Mary Walker October 30, 1895;
  2. John born February 9, 1875, married Edna Porter November 10, 1909.

Family home Salem, Fremont County, Idaho.

Married:Nelsina Nielsen April 14, 1866, at Salt Lake City, who was born April 8, 1840, died September 26, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born November 1, 1873, married Mabel McKensie April 21, 1909;
  2. Isaac born May 20, 1876.

Member 76th quorum and later senior president of 60th quorum seventies; high priest; missionary in Denmark seven years and presided over the Wensyssel and Copenhagen conferences. Settled in Salt Lake City 1865, and moved to Huntsville 1866, from here he went to Harrisville March 20, 1876, and later moved to Idaho.

Sources:

Heiner, Martin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Johanas Heiner born October 16, 1777, and Anne Eliza Hondorf, born August 9, 1790, Saxe-Muningen, Germany, who were married 1814). Born March 17, 1818, Waldorf, Saxe-Muningen. Came to Utah September 16, 1859, Edward Stevenson company.

Married:Adelgunda Dietzel January 6, 1839 (daughter of Michal Dietzel and Sophia C. Kniesa, who were married July 12, 1803, Germany). She was born June 11, 1815.
Their children:
  1. Mary born July 28, 1840, married Arza E. Ninckley 1862;
  2. Amelia born February 20, ____, married George A. Black July 31, 1864;
  3. John born July 2, 1842, married Sarah Coulan March 23, 1867;
  4. Anthony born June 24, 1844, married Lucinda Henderson September 16, 1865;
  5. George born March 26, 1846, married Mary Henderson December 22, 1866;
  6. Elizabeth born April 24, 1848, married Thomas Grover February 10, 1866;
  7. Daniel born November 27, 1850, married Martha Stevens March 31, 1873;
  8. Susannah C. born October 15, 1862, married Joseph Ovard June 28, 1876;
  9. Emma Ann born August 17, 1856, died 1865;
  10. Rachel born September 16, 1858, died 1863;
  11. Eliza born October 22, 1860, died 1866.

High councilman and patriarch. School trustee, and city councilman. Assisted in building first canal on north side of Weber river; planted first shade and fruit trees in Morgan; cleared sage brush from present site of North Morgan City.

Sources:

Heiner, Anthony

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Martin Heiner and Adelgunda Dietzel). Born June 24, 1844. Came to Utah September 16, 1859, Edward Stevenson company.

Married:Lucinda Henderson 1865 (daughter of David E. Henderson and Mary Macfadgeon, pioneers 1866). She was born May 30, 1842.
Their children:
  1. Anthony born July 6, 1866;
  2. Rachel born February 8, 1868;
  3. Lucinda Ann born June 20, 1870;
  4. David Martin born January 1, 1873;
  5. John Wesley born September 27, 1876;
  6. Mary Agnes born October 11, 1881, died April 6, 189;
  7. Henry Melvin born April 29, 1884.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married:Sarah Elizabeth Henderson (Morris), who was born April 3, 1844.
Children:
  1. Eliza Morris born May 22, 1866;
  2. Lucinda Morris born October 22, 1867;
  3. Canway Morris born May 17, 1869, by her former marriage.
Their children:
  1. Evaline born November 6, 1875;
  2. Agatha H. born February 8, 1877;
  3. Joseph Anthony born January 17, 1879;
  4. Sparle born November 27, 1881, died June 7, 1882;
  5. Royal Oscar born September 1, 1882;
  6. Lafayette born August 21, 1885;
  7. Maryette born August 1886.
Sources:

Heiner, Daniel

Note

Mayor of Morgan, Utah.

(son of Martin Heiner and Adelgunda Dietzel). Born November 27, 1850, Franklin county, Pennsylvania.

Married:Martha A. Stevens March 31, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of Roswell Stevens and Mary Peterson, former came to Utah with Mormon Battalion). She was born December 14, 1856, Peterson, Utah, first white child born in Morgan county.
Their children:
  1. Daniel Nephi born July 14, 1874;
  2. Roswell M. born December 22, 1875, married May Littlefield March 20, 1809;
  3. Moroni born February 12, 1877, married Eva Pernell December 14, 1898;
  4. George A, born December 7, 1879, married Sara Robison June, 1902;
  5. Charles born April 13, 1881, married Perses Farr June 1904;
  6. Geber J. born November 18, 1882, married Theresa Tribe December 14, 1904;
  7. Martha Sophia born April 26, 1884, married James A. Anderson 1906;
  8. Estella born May 12, 1887, married Alford Croft August 20, 1908;
  9. Mary Elizabeth born August 13, 1889, married T. V. Thomas April 17, 1912;
  10. Brenton Wells born June 24, 1891;
  11. Spencer born November 21, 1894;
  12. Disc born December 1, 1896;
  13. Cash born February 7, 1899.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married:Sarah Coulam March 31, 1873, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Coulam and Sarah Cordon, former came to Utah 1848). She was born January 19, 1846, England.
Their children:
  1. Adelgunda born February 1, 1874, married James Taggart 1894;
  2. John born February 7, 1876, married Annie Croft 1903;
  3. Daniel Hanmer born February 24, 1878, married Hattie Robison 1897;
  4. Fannie born August 6, 1880, married C. M. Croft 1903;
  5. Henry born September 11, 1882, married Lissie Robison 1905;
  6. George Sylvester born March 2, 1886, married Elfie Clawson 1911.

President of Morgan stake. Mayor of Morgan; member first state legislature; president Black Hawk Coal Company; president Morgan County Commercial Club; president First National bank of Morgan.

Sources:

Helm, Abraham

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1865.

(son of David Helm and Elizabeth Bookman). Born February 22, 1813, Cumberland county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah 1865, Moses Thurston company.

Married:Mary Richards (daughter of Phillip Richards), who was born July 21, 1812, in Germany and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Joseph born July, 1837, married Emma Smith;
  2. John born April 1839, married Emeline Verres;
  3. Bartrum born 1840, married Emily Griffin;
  4. Samuel born 1846, married Elizabeth Gardner;
  5. Marshall born 1847, married Margaret Mitchell;
  6. Andrew born 1849, married Rachel Mitchell;
  7. David born 1866, died 1862;
  8. Levi Phillip born 1851, married Viola J. Ward January 6, 1886.
Sources:

Helm, Levi Phillip

(son of Abraham Helm and Mary Richards). Born October 22, 1851, Sandusky County, Ohio.

Married:Viola J. Ward at Logan, Utah (daughter of James F. and Louisa Ward; former died 1869; latter 1866). She was born July 21, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Seth Ward born February 1, 1887;
  2. Orion born September 24, 1890;
  3. Iola Joy born July 20, 1894.

High Priest; president 61st, and member 91st quorum seventies; 1st counselor and president, in the San Luis stake, Col. Member Utah legislature 1887. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hemming, William

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1860 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of John Hemming, born 1805, at Burford, and Sarah Embra, born December 21, 1807, Hooknorton, Oxfordshire, England). He was born June 8, 1827, at Hooknorton. Came to Utah August 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson handcart company.

Married:Emma Sanford August 31, 1851 (daughter of James Sanford and Elizabeth Powell), who was born September 26, 1829, Warwickshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Fanny born June 9, 1852, married John Foomee 1868;
  2. Harriet born June 6, 1854, died infant;
  3. William born April 16, 1856, died infant;
  4. Emma Elizabeth born 1859, married James T. Rich December 27, 1877;
  5. Mary Ann born February 1, 1862, died infant;
  6. Frederick William born 1864, married Olive Porter December 4, 1895;
  7. Sarah Jane born September 1866, married Roswell S. Stevens March 24, 1891;
  8. Alfred John born February 1, 1869, married Adelgunda Grover March 24, 1891;
  9. Charlotte Matilda born March 18, 1872, married Aaron B. Cherry November 28, 1894.

Family home Morgan, Utah.

One of the first to push a handcart across the plains. Settled in Weber Valley 1860, and has devoted the greater portion of his life in actively developing the resources of his adopted commonwealth. Patriarch. City councilman two terms.

Sources:

Hemming, Frederick William

(son of William Hemming and Emma Sanford). Born April 23, 1864, Morgan, Utah.

Married:Olive Porter December 4, 1895, Salt Lake City (daughter of Lyman Wight Porter and Electa Maria Kilborn), who was born March 20, 1870, Porterville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Frederic C. born 1896;
  2. Ella Maria born 1897;
  3. James Sanford born 1901;
  4. Jessie Mardell born 1905.
Sources:

Hemsley, Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Mr. Hemsley and Dinah Fuller, Brighton, Sussex, England). Born October 20, 1801, at Ditchling, Sussex. Came to Utah September 16, 1866, Samuel H. Hill company.

Married:Sarah Potter 1835 (daughter of Henry Potter who was married about 1798, Cookfield, Sussex, England). She was born February 3, 1807.
Their children:
  1. Richard born May 25, 1836, married Christina Maria Jensen 1861;
  2. Edward born April 22, 1839, married Meriam Simmonds 1861;
  3. Eliza born December 24, 1841;
  4. Ellen born May 10, 1844, married John Halford;
  5. Job born January 6, 1847, married Elizabeth Kensett.

Family home Sugar, Utah.

Sources:

Hemsley, Richard

Note

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

(son of Richard Hemsley and Sarah Potter). Born May 25, 1836, Ditchling, Sussex, England. Emigrated to Utah 1856, handcart company.

Married:Christina Maria Jensen 1861, at Mill Creek, Salt Lake county (daughter of O. Christen Jensen and Annie Headiwick, pioneers 1861, oxteam company). She was born August 18, 1842, Aryling, Denmark, died June 27, 1867, San Pete County, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann born November 27, 1862, married Stephen G. Candler October 30, 1879;
  2. Richard born October 12, 1864, married Mary Ann Davies February 16, 1887;
  3. James born February 23, 1866, married Anne Robinson June 1, 1896.

Family home Mill creek, Utah.

Married:Sarah Frances Heaton, who was born February 2, 1846, and died July 5, 1878.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane;
  2. Joseph Hyrum;
  3. Christina Maria;
  4. George Edward;
  5. Francis Joseph.
Married:Mary Roxbury.
Their children:
  1. John;
  2. Ellen;
  3. Job;
  4. Maggie;
  5. Edward;
  6. Hamilton.

Settled at Mill Creek 1857. Missionary to Dixie, 1865, from where he was driven by Indians, returning to Mill Creek. Moved to Egin Bench, Fremont County, Idaho. Member bishopric of Hiatt ward; presiding elder of Brighton Branch for many years.

Sources:

Hemsley, Richard

(son of Richard Hemsley and Christina Maria Jensen). Born October 12, 1864, Mill Creek, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Davies February 16, 1887 (daughter of John Thomas Davies and Ann Ellis, former came to Utah November 18, 1886, latter June 6, 1888 married March 7, 1864, Pontypool, Wales). She was born January 20, 1865, Pontypool, South Wales, came to Utah 1883.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann born January 28, 1888, married Herbert E. Perrenond April 11, 1906;
  2. Richard John born February 23, 1889, married Avilda H. Jackson May 12, 1907;
  3. Mabel Christena born September 25, 1890, married Weber C. Weatherston December 20, 1912;
  4. Emily May born May 20, 1892, married Albert R. Heath September 13, 1911;
  5. Clyde Davies born September 8, 1893;
  6. Agnes Lepwretta born March 15, 1895;
  7. James Jensen born June 26, 1896;
  8. Josephine Jane born November 8, 1897;
  9. Irene born January 27, 1899;
  10. Job born February 20, 1901;
  11. Lila Berths born December 8, 1902;
  12. Mary Ellen born January 31, 1904;
  13. Myrtle Martha born July 30, 1905;
  14. Frances Charlotte born November 19, 1907.

Family home Piano, Idaho.

Worked in brickyard at Salt Lake City 1879. Moved to Piano, Idaho 1901, and was ordained 2d counselor to Bishop Hyrum J. Lucas May 26, 1902; ordained 1st counselor to Bishop Albert Heath May 26, 1903; bishop Piano ward July 30, 1905; missionary to Great Britain January 28, 1908, returning May 18, 1910. Bricklayer and contractor; merchant and farmer.

Sources:

Henderson, Samuel, Newton

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of James Henderson, born November 27, 1805, and Annie Harris, born 1812, both died at Nauvoo, Illinois). He was born April 18, 1838, in Crawford county, Missouri. Came to Utah September 12, 1847.

Married:Esther Dewhurst January 11, 1869 (daughter of James Dewhurst and Elizabeth Fielding), who was born February 17, 1847, Blackhaven, Lancashire, England, and died March 15, 1872, Randolph, Utah.
Their child:
  1. Elizabeth Ann born April 12, 1870, died April 13, 1883.

Family home Randolph, Utah.

Married:Sarah Jane Pugmire May 16, 1877, Randolph, Utah (daughter of Joseph Hyrum Pugmire, pioneer 1847, John 59

Taylor company, and Eleanor Craten, pioneer with a handcart company). She was born April 18, 1858.

Their children:
  1. Samuel Henry born February 23, 1878, married Isabel Sims June 16, 1904;
  2. Esther Eleanor born April 23, 1880, married John Thomson Barker September 18, 1902;
  3. Florence Celeste born August 20, 1883, married Riley Day, January 20, 1905;
  4. Mary Maud born August 20, 1885, married Joel Melvin Schenck June 22, 1904;
  5. James born October 10, 1887, died October 13, 1903;
  6. Jasper born January 14, 1889, married Nancy Alice Barker October 22, 1909;
  7. Annie Adelia born February 25, 1890, died September 12, 1901;
  8. Harriet Lilian born April 2, 1892, married Ole Mattson, November 29, 1910;
  9. Martin born March 10, 1895;
  10. Clfford Newton born June 8, 1897;
  11. Nancy Josephine born November 25, 1899;
  12. George Allen born June 30, 1902;
  13. Ira Pugmire born October 15, 1904.

Family home Laketown, Utah.

Settled at Mill Creek 1848. Major in Utah militia 1856; veteran Black Hawk war. Moved to Randolph, Utah, 1870, and to Laketown 1880. Member 61st quorum seventies. Sheriff Rich county two terms; constable of Randolph one term. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Took an active part in Echo Canyon campaign.

Sources:

Hendricks, James

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Wounded in battle of Crooked River in Missouri in 1838. Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

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(son of Abraham Hendricks and Charlotte Hinton). Born June 1808 Franklin, Kentucky. Came to Utah 1847, Jedediah M. Grant company.

Married:Drusilla Dorris 1825 (daughter of William Dorris and Catherine Frost), who was born February 8, 1810.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth Mahala;
  2. William Dorris;
  3. Catherine Tabitha;
  4. Rebecca;
  5. Joseph Smith.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Hannah Riggs.

Bishop of 19th ward Salt Lake City 1850-67. Justice of peace in Salt Lake City. Moved to Richmond 1860. Badly wounded in battle of Crooked River in Missouri, October 25, 1838. Died July 8, 1870, Richmond, Utah.

Sources:

Hendricks, William Dorris

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Mayor of Richmond, Utah.

(son of James Hendricks and Drusilla Dorris). Born November 6, 1829, Franklin, Kentucky. Came to Utah 1847, Mormon battalion.

Married:Mary Jane Andrus March 12, 1861, at Salt Lake City, Brigham Young officiating (daughter of Milo Andrus and Abigail Jane Daley of New York, pioneers 1848, Heber C. Kimball company). She was born November 16, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane, married A. B. Harrison;
  2. Drusilla, married I. K. Hillman;
  3. Brigham Andrus, married Mary R. Stoddard;
  4. William Henry, married Emma Traveler;
  5. Charlotte, married William Underwood;
  6. Milo Andrus, married Adeline Harris;
  7. Elizabeth, married N. R. Lewis;
  8. Hildah Hannah, married Andrew Morrison;
  9. Chloe, married C. E. Merrill;
  10. George Gideon, married Susa Eldridge.

Family home Richmond, Utah.

President Oneida stake; bishop, of Richmond ward; patriarch in Benson stake. Mayor of Richmond. Farmer; railroad contractor; banker. Died May 6, 1909, Lewiston, Utah.

Sources:

Hendricks, Joseph Smith

(son of James Hendricks and, Drusilla Dorris). Born March 23, 1838, Far West, Caldwell county, Missouri.

Married:Sariah Pew Tibbetts January 4, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of John H. and Caroline Tibbetts, pioneers on July 24, 1847, and in 1848, respectively). She was born August 11, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Drusilla;
  2. Fidelia;
  3. Joseph;
  4. Elizabeth;
  5. Inez.

Family resided Salt Lake City and Richmond, Utah.

Married:Lucinda Bess 1866, Salt Lake City. She was born in New York state.
Their children:
  1. Juel Josiah;
  2. Laura;
  3. William D.;
  4. John Henry;
  5. Lola;
  6. Lorinda;
  7. Asa;
  8. Hyrum.

Family resided Oxford, and Marysville, Idaho, and Lewiston, Utah.

Member Oneida stake high council. Moved to Oxford, Idaho 1876, from whence he went to Marysville, Idaho, where he served 16 years in the bishopric.

Sources:

Hendricks, Brigham Andrus

(son of William Dorris Hendricks and Mary Jane Andrus). Born November 27, 1857, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Rebecca Stoddard January 13, 1881, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Henry Stoddard and Anna Telford of Bountiful, Utah, pioneers 1851, Harry Walton company). She was born May 1, 1862.
Their children:
  1. George B. born November 25, 1881, married Caroline A. McAlister;
  2. Mary Lalene born August 24, 1885;
  3. Odessie Lapreal born June 3, 1889;
  4. Nellie born October 22, 1890, married Ralph Bernhisel;
  5. Brigham Victor born June 30, 1895;
  6. Charles Durrell born November 17, 1899.

Family home Lewiston, Utah.

Member 70th quorum Seventies; missionary to Southern states 1886-87, to Northwestern states 1897-98, and to South Africa 1909-11; counselor in presidency of Benson stake. County commissioner; school trustee at Lewiston; member Utah legislature. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hendricks, George B.

(son of Brigham Andrus Hendricks and Mary Rebecca Stoddard). Born November 25, 1881, at Lewiston, Utah.

Married:Caroline Armeda McAlister June 6, 1912, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John A. McAlister and Clarissa Snow of Logan, Utah). She was born March 17, 1887.

Family home Logan, Utah.

Member elders quorum. Member faculty of Utah Agricultural College. Professor.

Sources:

Hendrickson, John A.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Andreas M. Hendrickson, born 1821, and Maren Andrea Olsen, born May 3, 1823, both of Fredrikstad, Norway). He was born August 19, 1860, Fredrikstad, Norway. Came to Utah 1863, oxteam company.

Married:Mary D. Lloyd January 1, 1885 (daughter of Thomas Lloyd and Susanna Stone, pioneers 1865 and 1856, respectively). She was born October 16, 1866, Wellsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Mary Irene born March 25, 1891;
  2. Dorothy born November 6, 1907.

Family home Logan, Utah.

Missionary to Norway and England 1887-89; and in 1904. Opened knitting industry in the state in 1890. Organized College Pure Food company, manufacturers of Koffee-et and other cereals, 1908; also Farmers’ and Merchants’ savings bank of Logan, which began business March 26, 1913.

Sources:

Henefer, James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

Born 1820, in Staffordshire, England. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Sarah Hulks August 30, 1846, in England, who was born November 25, 1823, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Lehi;
  2. Charlotte;
  3. Phoebe;
  4. Sarah Ann;
  5. James E.;
  6. William T.;
  7. Mary;
  8. Jane;
  9. Elizabeth;
  10. Rachel;
  11. Rebecca Ann;
  12. Edward Richard.

High priest. Blacksmith. Died August 1898, at Henefer, Utah.

Sources:

Henefer, Lehi

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of James Henefer and Sarah Hulks). Born July 5, 1847, Staffordshire, England. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Margaret Bond January 15, 1868, at Henefer (daughter of William Bond and Mary Ann Barker of Boston, Massachusetts, pioneers 1857). She was born July 5, 1847.
Their children:
  1. Margaret Ann born October 26, 1869;
  2. Sarah Jane born May 25, 1870;
  3. May Emma born August 7, 1872;
  4. Lehi Alma born May 30, 1874;
  5. Hannah B. born August 25, 1876;
  6. James William born February 3, 1879.
Married:Mary Ann Randall January 6, 1881 (daughter of Henry Randall and Susannah Jones), who was born July 23, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Heber C. born September 23, 1882;
  2. Mary May born March 24, 1885;
  3. Theodore born June 15, 1888;
  4. Irvin born February 11, 1892;
  5. Marcus born March 31, 1894.

Elder. School trustee; constable. Drove an oxteam across the plains in 1867. Helped to build roads and bridges in Henefer. Member Canal board. Farmer.

Sources:

Henrie, William

Note

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

Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married:Myra Mayall.
Their children:
  1. Daniel, married Amanda Bradley and Susan Brown;
  2. James, married Lorana Hatch, married Christena Skow, married Augusta Skow;
  3. Joseph, married Susan Leslie, married Susan Duncan;
  4. Margaret, married Moses Dailey;
  5. Samuel, married Isabell Ellis.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Millwright. Died at Bountiful, Utah.

Sources:

Henrie, Daniel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848. Mayor or Manti, Utah.

(son of William Henrie and Myra Mayall). Born November 15, 1824, in Hamilton county, Ohio. Came to Utah 1848, with part of Mormon Battalion.

Married:Amanda Bradley October 29, 1849, Salt Lake City (daughter of George W. Bradley and Elizabeth Betsy Kroll). She was born January 15, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Mary Amanda born September 4, 1850, married Ezra K. Funk;
  2. Myra Elizabeth born January 28, 1852, married John Olsen;
  3. Susan Lucretia born April 29, 1853, married Byron Cox;
  4. Daniel Jr. born December 24, 1854, married Elzina Stringham;
  5. Diantha born November 4, 1856, married William Stringham;
  6. James born January 25, 1858, married Hannah Snow;
  7. Jerome B. born November 25, 1859, married Mary C. Westenskow;
  8. William born October 12, 1861, married Hannah Westenskow;
  9. Malinda born November 16, 1863, married William Killpack;
  10. Margaret E. born October 1866, married Alma Johnson;
  11. Luna A. born September 13, 1869;
  12. Jefferson born November 1872;
  13. Jedediah G. born November 1874;
  14. Loran born November 1876;

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married:Susan Coleman at Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Margaret, died infant;
  2. Joseph T., married Mary Sorensen;
  3. Rachel, married Charles Patten;
  4. Arthur, married Mary Jorgensen;
  5. Maud, died infant;
  6. Samuel, married Hannah Boyington;
  7. Elizabeth, married Ed Reid;
  8. Cora, married Frank Maylet;
  9. Ellis;
  10. Ethel, died.

Family home Manti, Utah.

President 48th quorum seventies 35 years. Captain minutemen in Black Hawk Indian war. Mayor and marshal of Manti; road supervisor at Manti. Butcher, farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Henrie, Daniel, Jr.

(son of Daniel Henrie and Amanda Bradley). Born December 29, 1854, Manti, Utah.

Married:Zina Stringham January 17, 1875. Manti, Utah (daughter of William Stringham and Eliza Lake of Salt Lake City, Provo and Manti, Utah; pioneers 1855). She was born November 8, 1857.
Their children:
  1. May Francelle born October 19, 1875, married Smith Herring;
  2. Daniel Eugene born January 16, 1878, married Hattie Thomas;
  3. Rosslynn born May 25, 1880, died Infant;
  4. Lila born August 15, 1882, married John Bohlenn;
  5. Roscoe born July 2, 1885, died aged 6;
  6. William Herbert born December 20, 1887;
  7. Zina born April 28, 1890, married John LeRoy Bell;
  8. Maryetta born October 7, 1892;
  9. LeGrande born April 26, 1895;
  10. Ada Ray born October 13, 1900.

Family home Manti and Ferron, Utah.

Ward teacher. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Henriod, Eugene A.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

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(son of Jean Louis Henry Henroid, born November 8, 1802, Boussens, Canton de Vaud. Switzerland, and Domitile de Ligne, born March 18, 1798, Brest, France, married November 25, 1826). He was born March 9, 1833, Havre de Grace, France. Came to Utah October 6, 1853, Cyrus H. Wheelock company.

Married:Mary T. Mallett November 8, 1854 (daughter of Henry Mallett born at Starcross, Devonshire, and Mary Brimacombe born at Oldsworthy, Devonshire). She was born June 11, 1828; came to Utah in 1853.
Their children:
  1. Eugene Henry born August 12, 1855, married Rachel Conder January 16, 1880;
  2. William born July 4, 1857, married Emma Conder November 3, 1877;
  3. Mary Henrietta born May 12, 1859, married Don M. Bigler January 16, 1880;
  4. Helen born January 10, 1861, married David C. Adamson January 12, 1882;
  5. Edward born July 1, 1864, died infant;
  6. Frederic Augustus born September 29, 1865, married Lena Greenwood June 4, 1900;
  7. Thomas born September 8, 1867, died infant;
  8. Emily Mallett born November 23, 1869, married Thomas J. Chipman November 28, 1888.

Family resided at Salt Lake City and American Fork, Utah. Settled at Salt Lake City 1853; moved to American Fork 1855.

Captain of Home Guards 1856-57. Missionary to France 1860. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1860. Assisted in organizing the first Free school in Utah 1865, and was its first teacher. City recorder 1882-86. Member Nauvoo Legion and captain of Company B in Colonel Washburn Chipman’s regiment. Notary public 1882-90. County surveyor one term and deputy county surveyor two terms.

Sources:

Henry, William Calvin

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of James Henry of Rhode Island and Huldah Menerva Murray of Connecticut. They lived at Cambria, Niagara county, New York). He was born June 16, 1827 at Cambria, New York. Came to Utah in 1854.

Married:Priscilla Barnum in 1850 at Pontiac, Oakland county, Michigan. They came to Utah in the fall of 1853. She was born in 1834.
Their children:
  1. James Barnum born June 30, 1851, married Mary Frances Brown;
  2. Lauretta Ann born April 25, 1854, married Alma L. Johnstun.
Married:Agnes Taylor in the fall of 1862, in the Salt Lake Endowment house. (She was the daughter of John Taylor and Agnes Robinson of Glasgow, Scot, and came to Utah September 24, 1862, Homer Duncan company). She was born April 18, 1837.
Their children:
  1. Charles Thos. born July 4, 1863, died;
  2. Sarah Lois, married Heber J. Campbell;
  3. Calvin DeLos and William Alexander, died;
  4. John Mearl, married Ada Beebe;
  5. Rhoda Melissa, Hulda Ann, Agnes Minerva and Mary Priscilla, died;
  6. Celia Jane born August 31, 1879, married John W. Hicks.

Families resided Heber City, Utah.

Located in Cottonwood in 1855, went to Heber City, 1869; to Lyderville in 1874, and to Ashley Valley 1879. In all these places he was a pioneer and helped in the first work to open up the country.

Sources:

Henry, James Barnham

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William Calvin Henry and Priscilla Barnum). Born June 30, 1851, at Pontiac, Michigan. Came to Utah 1863.

Married:Mary Frances Brown July 25, 1878, in Salt Lake City Endowment house. (She was the daughter of Jonathan Brown and Sarah Couzins of England, and came to Utah in 1853 with Jacob Gates company.) She was born April 9, 1857.
Their children:
  1. James Calvin born April 12, 1879, died 1901;
  2. Sarah Priscilla born May 6, 1881, married Joseph A. McKea;
  3. Alnert Monroe born September 3, 1883, married Abigal Goodrich;
  4. Emma May born October 11, 1885, married James Hofeltz;
  5. Frances Mary born November 4, 1887;
  6. Lauretta born September 23, 1890, married Murray Merkley;
  7. Merrell born April 8, 1894;
  8. Bartlett born December 9, 1895, died infant;
  9. Bertha born April 16, 1899.

High Priest; high counselor Uinta stake 19 years; ward teacher. Constable. Went to Heber City with early settlers in 1860; went to Snyderville, Summit county, 1874, thence to Vernal November 7, 1878, and built the first cabin on the site of Vernal. In the spring of 1881 he, with David P. Woodruff and Peter Peterson, went to Green River City for provisions for the settlement. On the morning before their return the settlement had but little food and asked Jeremiah Hatch what to do. He told them to eat all they had, because the boys would be there next day, and sure enough they came.

Sources:

Henson, Alfred

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Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of James Henson). Born June 24, 1830, in England. Came to Utah 1868.

Married:Mary Anna Robinson in England.
Their children:
  1. Lucy R., married Knute Hill;
  2. Luey, married Joseph Marrison;
  3. Oliver R.
Married:a second time, December 11, 1857.
The children were:
  1. Alma S., died infant;
  2. Orson S., died on ocean;
  3. Lovinia S., married Chris Monson;
  4. Albert T., married Elizabeth Vale;
  5. Livinia S., married Levi Allen;
  6. Ameziah T., married Minnie Bailey;
  7. Luztle T., married Joel Lewis;
  8. Laura S., married Mibre Scott;
  9. Alonzo S., married Ella Preece.

Missionary to England two years. One of guards while crossing plains. Died November 1902, Franklin, Idaho.

Sources:

Henwood, John

Note

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

(son of John Henwood, born June 23, 1782, and Elizabeth Eath, born 1786, both of Cornwall, England). He was born June 29, 1809, in Cornwall. Came to Utah 1856, Edmund Ellsworth handcart company.

Married:Jane Treganna (daughter of Richard Treganna and Elizabeth Hancock), who was born May 16, 1813.
Their children:
  1. Richard born December 5, 1837, married Ann Kirk;
  2. Elizabeth T.;
  3. John Edwin;
  4. Charles E.;
  5. Mary Jane.
Married:Elizabeth Stockdale at Plymouth, England. She was born in Cornwall, England.
Sources:

Henwood, Richard

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

(son of John Henwood and Jane Treganna). Born December 6, 1837, Cornwall, England. Came to Utah 1866, Edmund Ellsworth handcart company.

Married:Ann Kirk January 3, 1866, South Cottonwood, Utah (daughter of Philip Kirk and Mary Ann Taylor, pioneers Joseph S. Rawlins company). She was born July 14, 1846.
Their children:
  1. John R. born November 8, 1866, married Emma Hiss;
  2. Joseph H. born January 3, 1871;
  3. Ann E. born November 4, 1873, married Joseph H. Dayton;
  4. Charlotte M. born September 18, 1876, married Caleb Orton;
  5. Sarah S. born July 14, 1880, married Orin Skelton;
  6. Willard S. born August 23, 1884, married Susie Bates;
  7. Mabel B. born March 29, 1887.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah under Pete Nebeker in 1863, and again as teamster of Captain Rollins company in 1866.

Sources:

Hepworth, Edmund

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Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Joseph Hepworth, born September 11, 1816, Yorkshire, and Mary Hurst born November 8, 1820, Bristol, England.) He was born March 7, 1841, Yorkshire. Came to Utah October 16, 1863. Samuel D. White company.

Married:Hannah Cowling, September 17, 1862, Bristol, Yorkshire, England, (daughter of David Cowling and Eliza Schofield), who was born April 2, 1834, and came to Utah with husband in 1863.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Cathrine born June 23, 1863;
  2. Joseph Edmund born June 26, 1866, married Mary B. Thurman 1889;
  3. William Henry born August 30, 1867, married Artemicia Noble October 10, 1888;
  4. Hannah Eliza born July 26, 1869, married James Jensen, Jr. November 1, 1889;
  5. Mary Jane born March 12, 1871;
  6. Emily Anice born September 23, 1872;
  7. Lauretta born September 26, 1874, married John F. Astle September 9, 1891;
  8. David Edgar born November 28, 1879, married Mary E. Simons May 16, 1902.

Family resided at Smithfield, Springdale, American Fork and Bountiful, Utah; Oxford, Idaho, and Grover, Wyoming.

Married:Eliza Sant March 9, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Sant and Mary Shaw), who was born January 15, 1856. Runcorn, Cheshire, England.
Their children:
  1. John Edmund born October 10, 1870, married Mary Bee September 3, 1896, married Caroline Thompson October 10, 1900;
  2. George William born September 20, 1872, married Camera B. Thurman November 1, 1896, married Annie Matthewson January 4, 1911.

Family home Oxford, Idaho.

Married:Lydia Wells February 9, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joshua Wells and Margaret Farrer), who was born October 11, 1867, Nethertown. Yorkshire, England.
Their children:
  1. Clarence Joshua born February 24, 1883, married Rose Ellen Dutson September 16, 1904;
  2. Margaret Ann born June 11, 1885, married Anson V. Call;
  3. Emma born October 10, 1887, married Joseph N. Anderson October 12, 1910;
  4. Lovisa Matilda born August 29, 1889, married Gustave Larsen June 16, 1911;
  5. Estella born October 20, 1892;
  6. Lydia Grace born October 19, 1894;
  7. Florence Rachel born February 6, 1899.

Family home Grover, Wyoming.

High Priest; presiding elder of Oxford branch, Idaho, 1871. Moved to Smithfield 1864, to Oxford, Idaho, 1865, to “Dixie” 1877, to American Fork 1880, to Bountiful 1883, and to Star Valley, Wyoming, 1887. Presiding elder in “Dixie” 1877-80. First counselor to Bishop James Jensen of Grover ward, Star Valley, for 16 years.

Sources:

Hepworth, Joseph E.

(son of Edmund Hepworth and Hannah Cowling). Born June 26, 1865, Smithfield, Utah.

Married:Mary E. Thurman October 20, 1889, Grover, Wyoming.(daughter of Edward M. Thurman and Lavina S. Griffith, the former came to Utah 1862, Henry W. Miller company). She was born March 24, 1871, Hyde Park, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph Eugene born September 12, 1890, married Myrtle Nielson June 19, 1912;
  2. George William born October 23, 1892;
  3. John Leonard born October 3, 1893;
  4. Edward Mondell born January 2, 1896;
  5. Mary Ethel born April 10, 1898;
  6. Edith Lovina born October 14, 1901;
  7. Gerald Delynn born January 23, 1906;
  8. Hannah Leone born June 26, 1909.

Family home American Fork, Utah; Grover, Fort Briger and Star Valley, Wyoming, and Kimball, Idaho.

Moved to Wyoming when 17 years of age where he spent five years, working on cattle ranches and carrying US mail. Settled at Grover 1889; moved to Kimball, Idaho, 1909. First counselor to Bishop William B. Taylor of Kimball ward, Kimball, Idaho.

Sources:

Herbert, Robert

(son of Thomas Herbert and Mary Jane Hone). Born January 1, 1874, Benjamin, Utah.

Married:Helen Lindstrom December 6, 1900. Benjamin, Utah (daughter of John E. Lindstrom and Zellma Cederstrom of Benjamin, who came to Utah June 23, 1893). She was born December 8, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Violet born November 10, 1901;
  2. Elwood R. born January 10, 1904;
  3. Elsie C. born March 13, 1908;
  4. John Lenden born May 22, 1911.

Family home Benjamin, Utah.

Farmer.

Sources:

Herbertson, Christian Peterson

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Mr. and Mrs. Pongren of Randoth, Denmark). Born 1798, Denmark. Came to Utah 1861. Martin Lund oxteam company.

Married:Anna Christiansen in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Anketren;
  2. Christian Peterson, married Mary Christiansen.

High Priest; missionary to Denmark. Farmer. Died 1872, Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Sources:

Herbertson, Christian Peterson

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Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Christian Peterson Herbertson and Anna Christiansen). Born December 14, 1830, Denmark. Came to Utah September 1866, Joseph S. Rawlins company.

Married:Mary Christiansen 1864, Denmark (daughter of Christian and Mitkastine Sating).
Their children:
  1. Annie, married Niels Hiesel and Dorlas Kundel;
  2. Heber;
  3. Rasmus Christian, married Lottie Peck.
Married:Lena Doll 1866, Denmark (daughter of Jens Doll of Kisten. Denmark).
Their children:
  1. Lewis;
  2. Charles, married Cora Phillips.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

High Priest; Sunday school teacher at Pleasant Grove, Utah. Veteran Black Hawk war. Farmer.

Sources:

Herrick, Lemuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Amos Herrick and Eunice Scerl of Charleston, New York). Born March 13, 1792, at Charleston. Came to Utah September 12, 1860. Thomas Johnson company.

Married:Sally Judd April 29, 1813. Hamilton, Madison county, New York, born March 17, 1792.
Their children:
  1. Clinton Jeremiah;
  2. Eliza Ann, married Harrison Keyes;
  3. Alonzo Tarquin, married Mary Elizabeth (Reed) Ayers;
  4. Lucinda, married Perry Keyes;
  5. Clinton, married Lucinda Green;
  6. Mary Elizabeth, married E. P. Coffin;
  7. Amanda, married William O. Blanton;
  8. Lester James, married Sarah Ann Garner;
  9. Lucy Jane, married Barnabus Lake;
  10. Nelson, married Harriet Hellen Sprague;
  11. Diana, married Isaac Clark.

Family resided Jackson county, Missouri and Ogden, Utah.

Tailor. Died September 1, 1861, Ogden.

Sources:

Herrick, Lester James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850. Mayor of Ogden, Utah.

(son of Lemuel Herrick and Sally Judd). Born December 14, 1827, Nelson, Portage County, Ohio. Came to Utah September 12, 1850. Thomas Johnson company.

Married:Sarah Ann Garner July 13, 1861, Ogden (daughter of Phillip Garner and Mary Hedrick of Rowan, North Carolina, pioneers October 27, 1849. Captain George A. Smith company). She was born January 18, 1832.
Their children:
  1. Lester Alonzo born April 23, 1862, married Lydia Esther Ensign.
Married:Mary Eliza Brooks August 25, 1857, born October 14, 1839, Flintshire. North Wales.
Their children:
  1. James Albert born September 7, 1859, married Susan Child;
  2. Sarah Eliza born September 18, 1861, married O. G. Randall;
  3. Nelson Amos born May 28, 1864, married Lucinda Browning;
  4. Francis Brooks born September 14, 1867, married Florence May Ryan;
  5. Samuel born November 21, 1869.
Married:Agnes McQuarrie June 22, 1867, born December 9, 1841, Kilmalcolm, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
Their children:
  1. John Lester born June 2, 1868, married Jane Richards West;
  2. Lemuel born October 4, 1869;
  3. Aggie born November 18, 1870, married Frank J. Stevens;
  4. Clyde born April 16, 1872;
  5. Lucy Jane born October 19, 1873;
  6. Nettie May born May 1, 1875;
  7. Diana Letltia born July 8, 1877, married William E. Purdy;
  8. Robert Peery born February 21, 1879;
  9. Walter born January 20, 1881.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Settled in Ogden 1850. Appointed second counselor to Bishop Bunker of second ward of Ogden 1856. Sheriff of Weber county 1858. His commission from Governor Cummings being first official document issued by Mr. Cummings as governor of Utah territory; elected county selectman three terms; policeman; city councilor 1861. Bishop of 2nd ward 1861. Alderman 1864-67. Presiding bishop of Weber county 1872-76. Mayor of Ogden 1871-75 and 1879-83. Missionary to England 1873-74; appointed to take charge of European mission 1873. Formed partnership with D. H. Peery and W. W. Burton in milling and merchandise 1875. First counselor to David H. Peery in presidency of Weber stake 1877. Member implement company of Burton, Herrick & White. Member 38th quorum seventies; alternate high councilor. Farmer; miller and general merchant. Died April 18, 1892, at Ogden.

Sources:

Herrick, John Lester

(son of Lester J. Herrick and Agnes McQuarrie). Born June 2, 1868, Ogden.

Married:Jane Richards West June 1, 1894, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph A. West and Josephine Richards of Ogden), who was born December 29, 1873.
Their children:
  1. Josephine born May 26, 1895; John West born August 3, 1897;
  2. Lester James born June 12, 1902.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Member stake board YMMIA of Weber and secretary from 1887 to 1899; stake superintendent YMMIA, 1899-1908; high priest; member high council 1906; president Western States mission 1909. Clerk and bookkeeper ZCMI five years; bookkeeper First National bank five years. Assistant postmaster of Ogden six years; secretary and treasurer Boyle Furniture company two years. Partner with George J. Kelly 1903-08, real estate loans and insurance.

Sources:

Herron, Alexander

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Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Daniel Herron and Mary Anderson of Scotland). Born April 5, 1832, in Scotland. Came to Utah September, 1851, Captain Browning company.

Married:Mary White December 8, 1856 (daughter of Jonathan White and Elizabeth Dodd, latter came to Utah October 28, 1849, Ezra T. Benson company). She was born February 9, 1839, and came to Utah with mother.
Their children:
  1. Alexander, Jr. born November 2, 1857, died;
  2. Mary born December 29, 1859, married William Me April 28, 1880;
  3. Elizabeth, born January 25, 1862, married Harvey Walters December 29, 1887;
  4. Ella born May 8, 1864, married George McLaws December 28, 1886;
  5. Maggie born July 6, 1867;
  6. Annie born March 25, 1870, married R. H. Rowberry 1890;
  7. Joseph April and Ross May, died;
  8. Howard born May 24, 1876, died;
  9. Ruby born September 2, 1878, married G. M. Nuttall August 10, 1901;
  10. Elmer W. born April 24, 1883;
  11. Mabel born October 3, 1886, married Ernest H. Minns December 8, 1908.

Family home Tooele, Utah.

Sources:

Herron, Orlando Fisher

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of James Herron and Catherine Boulk of New York). Born December 26, 1835, Washtenaw county, Michigan. Came to Utah October 2, 1847, Charles C. Rich company.

Married:Hannah Jane Driggs May 5, 1856, Pleasant Grove, Utah (daughter of Shadrick H. Driggs and Elizabeth White of Pleasant Grove, pioneers 1852, independent company). She was born June 5, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Emma Jane born 1857, married William Stewart;
  2. Clarice Melissa born 1859, married Alexander Bullock;
  3. James Orlando born 1861, married Lilly Nesbitt;
  4. Mary Louisa born 1865, married James Adamson;
  5. Fay Clifton;
  6. Myrtle, married Frank Blair;
  7. Ruth, married Thomas Crompton;
  8. Catherine, married Mr. Ryan.
Married:Lucinda Jane Harvey May 25, 1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Louis Harvey and Lucinda Clark of Pleasant Grove, pioneers October, 1850, Captain Lake company). She was born June 19, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Lucinda, married Charles Furron;
  2. John L., married Louisa Hendrickson;
  3. Gideon Ernest;
  4. Rosella, married Benjamin Miller;
  5. Grace;
  6. Mirl;
  7. George Leroy.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Member 44th quorum seventies; high priest; first Mormon convert from Michigan who went to Utah. Served three terms in the state penitentiary for unlawful cohabitation. Farmer.

Sources:

Heslop, George

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Mormon Pioneer of 1855.

(son of Thomas Heslop and Ann Etherington, born January 24, 1830, in England). Born February 19, 1855, Liverpool, England. Came to Utah September 1855, independent company.

Married:Cynthia L. Green November 1880 (daughter of Mr. Green and Almira Mesick married April 2, 1855, San Bernardino, California). She was born November 25, 1860.
Their children:
  1. George A. born August 19, 1881, married Sarah E. Gibson December 12, 1906;
  2. Almira born July 7, 1883;
  3. Cynthia Lois born December 26, 1884, married Hyrum Peterson March 16, 1910;
  4. John A. born March 20, 1886;
  5. William born May 3, 1888;
  6. Charles L. born January 12, 1890;
  7. Jesse born December 22, 1892;
  8. Edward T. born November 11, 1894;
  9. Franklin born March 14, 1897;
  10. Austin born November 8, 1898;
  11. Herbert S. born May 20, 1900;
  12. Elsie Ann born May 28, 1902.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

President of 6th quorum elders. Director in Hooper Irrigation company.

Sources:

Hess, Alma

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Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of Jacob Hess and Elizabeth Foutz of Farmington, Utah). Born June 3, 1839, Bay county, Missouri. Came to Utah July 28, 1849.

Married:Mary Elmira Miller at Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry William Miller and Elmira Pond of Farmington, and St. George, Utah).
Their children:
  1. Alma Clarence born October 23, 1862, married Eliza Flamm;
  2. Lucia born April 2, 1864, married William Cook.

Family home Farmington, Utah.

Died August 9, 1863.

Sources:

Hess, Alma Clarence

(son of Alma Hess and Mary Elmira Miller). Born October 23, 1862, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Eliza Flamm February 17, 1888, Logan, Utah (daughter of Henry Flamm and Helena Bock of Cottonwood and Logan, Utah, pioneers 1862). She was born December 15, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Alma Clarence born March 13, 1889;
  2. Henry Leron born October 12, 1890;
  3. Charles Ellis born July 15, 1892;
  4. George Irvin born July 29, 1894;
  5. Iva born October 12, 1896;
  6. Ferrel Emerson born October 31, 1899;
  7. Leland born May 13, 1902;
  8. Thelma Irena born November 9, 1904;
  9. Eliza Mae born December 1, 1907.

Family reside Rexburg, Idaho and Union, Oregon.

Member fifth session of Idaho legislature; chairman of board of trustees of Rexburg, 1899-1900.

Sources:

Hess, John W.

Note

Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Bishop of Farmington ward 27 years.

(son of Jacob Hess, born May 21, 1792, and Elizabeth Foutz, born June 4, 1797, both of Franklin county, Pennsylvania, married in 1816). Born August 24, 1824, in Franklin county. Came to Utah July 28, 1847, with Captain James Brown’s contingent of Mormon battalion.

Married:Emeline Bigler November 2, 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of Jacob Bigler and Elizabeth Harvey, pioneers 1851). She was born August 20, 1824, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Jacob born January 6, 1848;
  2. John Henry born May 14, 1850, married Susan Smith;
  3. Sarah Jane born January 11, 1852;
  4. Hyrum born April 20, 1853, married Adeline Earl;
  5. Elzada born August 11, 1864, married David Sanders;
  6. Moroni born December 30, 1856, married Emma Smith;
  7. Jedediah M. born July 8, 1857, married Mary Earl;
  8. Joseph Wells born October 11, 1859, married Minnie Palmer 1881;
  9. Albert C. born March 17, 1861, married Lucetta Smith.
Married:Emily Card March 30, 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of Simeon Card, pioneer 1850, and Ruhanna Lancaster). She was born September 27, 1831, in Maine.
Their children:
  1. Ruhanna born May 2, 1853, married Joseph Ovard 1871;
  2. Emma Rebecca born June 26, 1864, married M. C. Udy 1875;
  3. Harriet Sophrona born March 18, 1857, married Milton Earl;
  4. Elizabeth Jane born January 26, 1859;
  5. Mary Lovina born April 10, 1861, married Hyrum Moon;
  6. Maud born August 4, 1862;
  7. Joseph Lancaster born August 16, 1864, married Alice Udy;
  8. Joel Preble born February 4, 1866;
  9. Alma Riley born August 16, 1868;
  10. Dexter Waterman born February 9, 1870.
Married:Julia Helena Person November 6, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of Per Person and Ingeborg Halvorson), who was born September 30, 1837, and came to Utah 1854, Jacob Secrist company.
Their children:
  1. Heber Chase born November 12, 1869;
  2. Arthur born May 22, 1861, married Nellie Moon;
  3. John Frederick born January 14, 1864, married Elenor Udy;
  4. Emeline R. born July 22, 1868, married John A. Bourne 1902.
Married:Mary Ann Steed March 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of James Steed and Caroline Holland; pioneers 1850, Milo Andrus company). She was born November 27, 1837, in England.
Their children:
  1. James Henry born March 6, 1858, married Elizabeth White 1881;
  2. Alma William born September 3, 1869, married Jane Ann Hadfield 1881;
  3. George A. born July 20, 1861, married Lucy Sanders 1889;
  4. Madeline Eudora born August 20, 1863, married William Miller 1881;
  5. Eliza born June 29, 1865, married Jonathan D. Wood 1882;
  6. Wilford born March 5, 1868, married Sarah Capener;
  7. Mary Elizabeth born January 18, 1870, married George Smith;
  8. Caroline Rebecca born March 25, 1872, married Henry Moon;
  9. Orson Pratt born February 26, 1874, married Francis Tubbs;
  10. Lorenzo Snow born June 29, 1878.
Married:Caroline Workman April 12, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham S. Workman, pioneer 1861, and Martha Witcher, who died on the way to Utah). She was born March 28, 1844, and came to Utah 1851.
Their children:
  1. Josephine born August 12, 1864;
  2. David C. born August 16, 1866, married Lois Kimball;
  3. John W. born September 20, 1867, married Ann King;
  4. Adaline born December 11, 1869, married Charles Udy;
  5. Franklin born March 10, 1872, married Sarah A. Compton;
  6. Charles C. born March 7, 1874, married Jane Owen;
  7. Lot born January 27, 1876;
  8. Caroline born March 29, 1878;
  9. Minerd Lyman born August 5, 1880, married Nellie Holt;
  10. Mark born June 19, 1884, married Elsie Hughes.
Married:Sarah Lovina Miller May 30, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Daniel A. Miller and Hannah Bigler; pioneers 1848. Daniel A. Miller company). She was born June 24, 1850, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Jane born March 30, 1869, married Lewis E. Abbott 1888;
  2. James T. born January 26, 1871;
  3. Alice Malinda born March 16, 1873, married Asa Pierson 1890;
  4. Josephine A. born June 3, 1876, married J. R. Mellus 1894;
  5. Hellen Lovina born August 23, 1879, married Lewis Mellus 1896;
  6. Horace Arnold born September 17, 1880, married Mildred Smith 1907;
  7. Milton Miller born December 23, 1882, married Margaret Steed 1908;
  8. Hannah Lenore born July 26, 1885, married S. R. Butterfield 1910;
  9. Jesse Eugene born August 9, 1890.
Married:Frances Marion Bigler July 28, 1875, Salt Lake City (daughter of Adam Bigler and Sarah Ann Compton; pioneers 1859, J. W. Cooley company). She was born October 22, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Claudius born June 21, 1879;
  2. Clarissa born August 1880, married Jessy J. Chipman 1896;
  3. Harriet born May 21, 1882, married Charles A. Secrist 1902;
  4. Edward born May 8, 1884;
  5. Amy born January 22, 1885;
  6. Joseph J. born May 6, 1886;
  7. Andrew born May 19, 1889;
  8. Florence Ireta born April 14, 1892;
  9. Lucy born January 19, 1895;
  10. Reuben born February 27, 1897;
  11. Carl Bigler born March 27, 1899.

Families resided at Farmington, Utah.

Settled at Mill Creek 1847; moved to Farmington 1849. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Bishop of Farmington ward 27 years; first counselor to President William R. Smith, Davis stake; president of Davis stake 1894; called by President Young in 1875 to take charge of a band of Indians and assist them in the arts of civilization. Representative to state legislature from Davis county three terms; delegate, to Trans-Mississippi Congress at Omaha, Nebraska. Died December 16, 1903.

Sources:

Hess, Joseph Wells

(son of John W. Hess and Emeline Bigler). Born October 11, 1859, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Minnie Palmer November 24, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Palmer and Eliza Howes, who came to Utah 1874). She was born July 4, 1864, Broome, England.
Their only child:
  1. Minnie Laurite (adopted) born January 23, 1906.

Family resided Elba, Idaho, and Farmington, Utah.

President fifty-sixth quorum seventies 1904; counselor in stake presidency two years and stake president two years of YMIA at South Davis stake; missionary to Oklahoma and Texas 1896-98; president North Texas conference eleven months; Sunday school and ward teacher; home missionary three years.

Sources:

Hess, James H.

(son of John W. Hess and Mary Ann Steed). Born March 6, 1868, at Farmington, Utah.

Married:Elizabeth White November 24, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of John S. White and Adliad Everette of Farmington; pioneers). She was born April 24, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane born August 31, 1882, married Vinson Knight;
  2. Annie Eliza born November 6, 1884, married Wilford B. Farnsworth;
  3. Alice E. born August 14, 1885, married Robert Hardy;
  4. James H., Jr. born November 1887, married Alice Tovey;
  5. Russell born July 14, 1891, married Louise Hansen;
  6. Willda E. born October 12, 1889;
  7. Alvin born March 13, 1893;
  8. Hazel born January 4, 1895;
  9. Elwood born February 20, 1897;
  10. Emery born October 31, 1898;
  11. Carter born November 26, 1900;
  12. Clara born December 20, 1903;
  13. Ella born August 19, 1906;
  14. Evelyn born April 6, 1908.

Family home Fielding.

Settled at Bear River Valley 1877. Bishop’s counselor and Sunday school superintendent of Plymouth ward 1884-94; bishop of Fielding ward 1904-1906.

Sources:

Hibbert, Benjamin

Note

He was a Mormon Pioneer of 1859 arriving in a handcart company.

(son of James Hibbert and Hannah Brown, Newton Heath, England). Born March 16, 1841, at Newton Heath; came to Utah 1859 with one of the handcart companies.

Married:Mary Mills January 1, 1862, Peterson, Utah (daughter of Charles Edmund Mills, pioneer 1863, Rosel Hyde company, and Frances Farr, both of Southampton, England). She was born April 6, 1836.
Their children:
  1. George W., married Elizabeth Walton;
  2. Mary E., married Andrew B. Kennedy;
  3. Annie J., married William H. Bennett;
  4. Sarah E., married Henry D. Auger;
  5. Melinda, married Samuel J. Bennett;
  6. Eugene, married Dolores Bartlett;
  7. Lillian M., married John Bright;
  8. Maud, married Claude O. Fulton;
  9. Angeline, died;
  10. Benjamin C., married Evelyn Thompson.

Family home Enterprise, Morgan County, Utah.

Elder; Sunday school superintendent; home missionary. Constable. Farmer. Died November 1894.

Sources:

Hibbard, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of John Hibbard and Mary Brown of Honslow, Middlesex, England). Born August 22, 1836, Honslow, England. Came to Utah 1854.

Married:Hannah Williams 1855, Salt Lake City (daughter of Abraham Williams and Hannah Maddy of Bedford, South Wales; former started for Utah, but died on the way). She was born August 25, 1830.
Their children:
  1. George A., married Julia C. Lemmon;
  2. Mary Ann, married Thomas E. Ricks;
  3. James Edwin, married Mary Jen Luttz;
  4. Charles Albert, married Mary Willham;
  5. Flora, died January 1885;
  6. Rose, married James E. Togg;
  7. Emaline, married John Evans.

Family home Logan, Utah.

Elder. Shoemaker and tanner. Died October 30, 1890, Hibbard, Idaho.

Sources:

Hibbard, George A.

(son of George Hibbard and Hannah Williams). Born July 18, 1857, Farmington, Utah.

Married:Julia C. Lemmon October 29, 1884, Logan temple (daughter of Willis Lemmon and Anna E. Homer of Smithfield, Utah, pioneers 1852, former with Russell K. Homer company). She was born May 31, 1865.
Their children:
  1. Mabel I. born September 3, 1885, married Henry Arnold;
  2. Georgia born August 30, 1887, died January 26, 1888;
  3. Nellie May born May 8, 1889, married William Sheppard;
  4. Stella born August 27, 1890, died August 31, 1901;
  5. Willis L. born March 24, 1892;
  6. Alice born January 12, 1894, died March 26, 1910;
  7. Rhoda L. born June 12, 1896;
  8. Julia L. born November 18, 1898;
  9. Silas L. born March 4, 1903;
  10. Don T. born June 20, 1906.

Family home Hibbard, Idaho.

High Priest; bishop Hibbard ward June 9, 1895; bishop Warm River ward November 10, 1907. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hicken, Thomas

(son of Thomas Hicken and Ann Ward of Leicestershire, England). Born June 15, 1826. Came to Utah 1862, Eli B. Kelsey company.

Married:Catharine Fewkes June 1845, Whitwick, England. (daughter of Benjamin and Culloden Fewkes of England), She was born 1825.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth, married William Everet;
  2. Orson, married Emily Rasband;
  3. Addison, married Elizabeth Molton;
  4. Thomas, married Sarah McMullan;
  5. John, married Isabel Todd;
  6. Benjamin, died aged 2;
  7. David William, married Kate Murdock.

Family home Heber, Utah.

Married:Margaret Powell August 15, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Powell and Maria Mously of Tipton, Staffordshire, England, pioneers October 15, 1864, Jos. S. Rawlins company). She was born March 8, 1848.
Their children:
  1. Maria, married William Baum;
  2. Sarah Ann, died;
  3. Rachael Emma, married Adolphus Sessions;
  4. Charles Willard, married Minnie Cummings;
  5. Ruth, married Albert Douglas Dixon.

High Priest; presided over Whitwick ward in England; seventy and patriarch. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war, 1853-54. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hicken, John Henry

(son of Thomas Hicken and Catharine Fewkes). Born June 14, 1859, Provo, Utah.

Married:Isabel Ellen Todd January 14, 1885, Heber, Utah (daughter of Thomas Todd and Margaret Shankland, of Heber). She was born March 17, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Margaret Catharine born September 1, 1886, married George Thomas Rasband;
  2. John Thomas born December 15, 1888, died December 15, 1888;
  3. Ethel lone born December 22, 1892;
  4. Lizzie Belle born November 3, 1895;
  5. Irwin Todd born November 8, 1898;
  6. Geneve born September 8, 1901;
  7. Nellie Melva born February 23, 1907.

Family home Heber.

Elder. Member Heber city council. Butcher; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hickenlooper, William Hainey

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Andrew Hickenlooper and Rachel Long of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania). Born September 22, 1804, in Westmoreland county. Came to Utah September 19, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married:Sarah Hawkins August 29, 1837, in western Pennsylvania (daughter of Caleb and Sarah Hawkins of Indiana county, Pennsylvania).
Their children:
  1. Jane, married Stratton Thornton;
  2. Belinda, married Edward Wade;
  3. John T., married Elvira Fullmer.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Sarah Ward.
Their children:
  1. William, married Emily Gould;
  2. Rebecca, married Thomas McEwan.
Married:Ann Ham.
Their children:
  1. Orson Hyde, married Elizabeth C. Wallace;
  2. Rachel, married Duncan McLain;
  3. Charles Andrew, married Medora Blanchard;
  4. George.

Bishop 6th ward. Salt Lake City. City councilman. Manager Co-op, store; farmer. Died January 14, 1888, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hickenlooper, Charles Andrew

(son of William Hainey Hickenlooper and Ann Ham). Born January 23, 1862, married Medora Blanchard December 13, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alma Moroni Blanchard and Emma Bocock of Springville). She was born February 23, 1866.

Their children:
  1. William Alma born December 4, 1884;
  2. Luella born March 19, 1886;
  3. Delia Ann born September 24, 1888;
  4. Florence born August 4, 1890;
  5. Ray Charles born August 28, 1892;
  6. Merl Horace born February 14, 1896;
  7. Lottie Emma born July 26, 1900;
  8. Glen Andrew born July 7, 1903;
  9. Melva born February 18, 1907.

Family home Pleasant View, Utah.

Missionary to southern states 1895-97; bishop’s counselor; bishop of Pleasant View ward. County fruit tree and horticultural inspector; constable; secretary state board horticulture; director state fair association. Fruitgrower and shipper; general horticulturist.

Sources:

Hickenlooper, William Alma

(son of Charles Andrew Hickenlooper and Medora Blanchard). Born December 4, 1884, Pleasant View, Utah.

Member stake board religion classes of Weber and Ogden stakes. Real estate dealer.

Sources:

Hicks, James M.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Sylvanus Hicks and Eveline A. Marvin, both of New York state). He was born June 29, 1833, in New York. Came to Utah 1850, Captain Johnson company,

Married:Jane Ann Chase, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Sisson A. Chase and Miriam Gove of Vermont, pioneers 1853, Joseph Thorne company). She was born June 15, 1839.
Their children:
  1. Emma J. born January 6, 1858, married Smith Covert;
  2. Marvin J. born August 16, 1859, died August 23, 1884;
  3. Miriam E. born April 27, 1862, married Jabez Taylor;
  4. Sisson A. born April 3, 1864, married Hannah Scoby;
  5. John D. born May 26, 1866, died February 2, 874;
  6. Henry S. born April 3, 1868, married Viola Smith;
  7. Amia L. born March 29, 1870, married James E. Coult;
  8. Charles A. born September 19, 1872, married May Robinson;
  9. George A. born April 20,1876 married Elizabeth Edmonds;
  10. Levi D. born May 15, 1877, died August 13, 1878;
  11. Annie L. born July 20, 1879, married Horace Fielding.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Died June 27, 1892.

Sources:

Hicks, John T. R.

Born April 19, 1826.

Married:Harriet Doe in England, who came to Utah and lived and died in Salt Lake City.
Married:Anna Buhler, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ulrich Buhler of Zurich, Switzerland). She was born April 1, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Harriet, died infant;
  2. Emeline, died infant;
  3. John W. B. born May 26, 1873, married Amy Erickson;
  4. Anna J. born August 23, 1875, married Frederick Pipegrass;
  5. Meily J. born February 9, 1878, married Heber C. Nielsen;
  6. Heber C. born October 20, 1880;
  7. Nephi C. born February 1, 1883, married Hannah Dunn;
  8. Olive M. born July 28, 1885, died;
  9. Bertha P. born April 27, 1888.

Family home South Cottonwood, near Murray, Utah.

Seventy. Participated in Echo Canyon campaign. Shoemaker. Died December 16, 1890.

Sources:

Higgins, Jesse

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of William Higgins, born March 20, 1809, at Skitsecotters, England, and Harriet Kennard, born 1810, Doddington, England, married 1828). Born June 26, 1830, Lenham, England. Came to Utah August 24, 1868, Horton D. Haight company.

Married:Frances Hampshear in 1863 (daughter of William Hampshear and Ann Hales), who was born October 6, 1834.
Their children:
  1. William born June 19, 1864, married Cena Christopherson November 24, 1882;
  2. Alfred John born April 8, 1867, died infant;
  3. George born March 25, 1858, married Martha Rice July 14, 1882;
  4. Frances born April 28, 1862, married John Nielsen November 17, 1882.

Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Married:Louisa Ann Swinyard January 16, 1866, Tunstall, Kent, England. (daughter of Edward Swinyard and Sarah Jennings), who was born April 5, 1829, at Tunstall.
Their children:
  1. Louisa Ann born August 2, 1867, married Hyrum Bateman September 27, 1893;
  2. Lovina R. born February 3, 1870, married Christopher Bateman September 12, 1888.

Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Sources:

Higgins, Nelson

Note

Member of the Mormon Battalion. Major-general of Sevier county troops in Black Hawk Indian war.

Born 1806, Otswego, Canada. Came to Utah with a contingent of the Mormon Battalion, captain of Company D.

Married:Nancy Marybah Behunin (daughter of Elijah Behunin), who was born February 8, 1840.
Their children:
  1. Melvin, died;
  2. Nelson W., married Christina M. Hanson;
  3. Joseph H., married Margaret A. Luster;
  4. Isaac M., died;
  5. Lewis;
  6. Hyrum and Marybah Elmina, died;
  7. Nancy Loretta born March 31, married Samuel B. Harmon.

Family resided Nephi, Richfield and Elsinore, Utah.

First bishop of Richfield before and after the Indian wars. Major-general of Sevier county troops in Black Hawk Indian war. Justice of peace, Elsinore. Farmer. Died 1890, Elsinore.

Sources:

Higgins, Lewis

(son of Nelson Higgins and Nancy Marybah Behunin). Born December 15, 1870, Nephi, Utah.

Sources:

Higham, Thomas Roberts

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Ambrose Higham and Cathrine Roberts of Eydon, Northamptonshire, England). He was born July 27, 1821, Eydon, Northamptonshire. Came to Utah October 7, 1851, Orson Pratt company.

Married:Annie Stewart July 11, 1855, Salt Lake City (daughter of Archibald Stewart and Esther Lyle of Glasgow, Scotland, pioneers October 1, 1854, Daniel Garn company). She was born January 6, 1833.
Their children:
  1. Thomas S., married Ida Young December 21, 1882, married Hannah Gould July 7, 1885;
  2. Mary S., married Charles W. Brewerton November 20, 1884;
  3. Robert S., died;
  4. Archibald S., married Hattie Dixon May 1883;
  5. George S., died;
  6. Annie S.;
  7. John S., married Gwendolyn Vernetta April 16, 1906;
  8. William S., married Ida Cope September 19, 1894;
  9. Ambrose S., married Clara Hoffman July 12, 1898;
  10. James S., died.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 4th quorum seventies; high priest. Veteran Indian war. Landscape gardener. Died October 19, 1902.

Sources:

Higham, Ambrose S.

(son of Thomas Roberts Higham and Annie Stewart). Born March 3, 1873, Salt Lake City.

Married:Clara Hoffman July 12, 1898, Salt Lake City (daughter of Herrman Hendrich Martin Hoffman and Christine Marie Frolander of Malmo, Sweden latter came to Utah July 12, 1886). She was born October 23, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Lyle H. born July 8, 1900;
  2. Mary H. born August 11, 1902;
  3. Ambrose H. born October 1, 1904;
  4. Harding H. born October 27, 1906;
  5. Clare H. born June 16, 1909;
  6. Ruth H. born July 12, 1911.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Member 4th quorum seventies. Master plumber; member of firm of Higham Brothers.

Sources:

Higley, George W.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Myron Spencer Higley and Priscilla Eberson). Born November 20, 1831, Leeds county, Canada. Came to Utah in 1851.

Married:Nancy Ellen Wadsworth July 24, 1855, who was born July 23, 1839.

Settled at Salt Lake City; In 1852 moved to Green River, Wyoming, where he bought an interest in the Ferry. He went to meet his parents at Laramie, Wyoming, and assisted them to Salt Lake City in 1852. Went to Marsh Valley, Idaho, and built a bridge across the Marsh Creek, and opened a trading post at that place.

Sources:

Higley, Myron Spencer

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1852.

(son of Job Higley and Dorcas EgKleston). Born December 29, 1801. Came to Utah 1852.

Married:Priscilla Eberson in 1826, Leeds, Canada.
Their children:
  1. Viz Nelson born April 1, 1827 and died 1828;
  2. Clarissa B.;
  3. George W. born November 20, 1831;
  4. Edwin born November 12, 1833 died April 10, 1852;
  5. Adelia born June 23, 1836;
  6. Abigail born October 6, 1838;
  7. James born 1841, died 1841;
  8. Dorcas born December 2, 1843, died October 1864;
  9. Mary Jane born February 13, 1847;
  10. Elizabeth Ann born April 1, 1850;
  11. Myron born February 6, 1863.

Family home Mountain Green, Utah.

Settled in Salt Lake valley 1852; lived in Morgan and Davis counties till 1872; moved to Hooper, Weber county, 1872. Bowl-turner; farmer. Died in 1887 at Hooper, Utah.

Sources:

Higson, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Jerrard Higson and Anne Hopkins of West Houghton, Lancashire, England). Born December 29, 1836, West Houghton, England. Came to Utah September 15, 1859. Robert Neslen company.

Married:Caroline Kidgell June 10, 1858, Wigan, Lancashire, England. (daughter of Charles Kidgell and Miss Loftus of Lancashire, pioneers September 15, 1859. Robert Neslen company). She was born September 15, 1836.
Their children:
  1. Charles J., married Georgia Smith;
  2. Henry, married Mary O’Rork;
  3. Etta, married Thomas H. Atkins;
  4. Frank E.;
  5. Alford, married Miss Evans;
  6. Hugh H., married Miss Peterson;
  7. John W., married Blanch Becker.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy. In charge of Salt Lake City Sewerage department two and one half years. Mining man.

Sources:

Higson, Charles J.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of John Higson and Caroline Kidgell). Born April 8, 1859, in New York. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Georgia Smith November 8, 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of George Smith and Catherine Wootton of Farmington, Utah, pioneers October, 1855. Milo Andrus company). She was born January 23, 1859, Farmington, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Roy C. born August 29, 1883, married Effie Swanner;
  2. Earl K. born August 9, 1885, married Maud West.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Plumbing, heating and contracting.

Sources:

Hill, Alexander

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

Born October 1779 Skipness, Argyleshire, Scotland. Came to Utah September 9, 1851, Abraham Day company.

Married:Elizabeth Curry.
Their children:
  1. Daniel;
  2. Agnes born June 6, 1808, married John Richards;
  3. John born January 14, 1814, married Margret Brice, married Agnes Steele;
  4. Archibald N. born August 20, 1816, married Isabella Hood; married Margaret Fotheringham; married Mary Milam, married Caroline Graham;
  5. Alexander;
  6. Mary, married James Bullock;
  7. Elizabeth.
Sources:

Hill, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Curry). Born January 14, 1814, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Margret Brice (daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Brice), who was born December 15, 1816, and died in 1858.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth B. born 1839, died;
  2. Mary B. born January 25, 1841, married D. D. McArthur February 13, 1857;
  3. Isabell B. born 1843, died;
  4. John B. born March 17, 1846, married Margery Kerr December 15, 1876;
  5. Margret B. born November 28, 1848, married Joseph Hall;
  6. Sarah B. born October 9, 1850, married Bradford Bird;
  7. Agnes Christy B. born January 20, 1853, died;
  8. Martha Ann B. born May 19, 1856, married A. B. Hill;
  9. Robert B. born 1858, died.
Married:Agnes Steele November 26, 1859, Salt Lake City (daughter of Alexander Steele), who was born December 25, 1823.
Their children:
  1. Jane S. born September 23, 1860, married J. J. Hill;
  2. Jennett S. born January 18, 1862, married Charles Hill;
  3. Archibald S. born January 18, 1862;
  4. Frances S. born June 30, 1863, married Charles Hill.

Settled at Wellsville, Cache Valley, 1860, where he and his brother built and owned the first grist mill. Cooper; carpenter. Accidentally shot and killed while hunting 1863.

Sources:

Hill, John B.

(son of John Hill and Margret Brice). Born March 17, 1846. Nauvoo.

Married:Margery Kerr December 15, 1876, Logan, Utah (daughter of David Kerr and Agnes Archibald; pioneers 1861, Job Pingree company). She was born July 27, 1859, in Pennsylvania.
Their children:
  1. Laura K. born October 22, 1877;
  2. Mary K. born April 24, 1880;
  3. Sarah K. born October 1, 1882, married J. A. Garner December 19, 1900;
  4. James K. born November 11, 1885, married Nettle Leishman September 11, 1907;
  5. Margret K. born January 26, 1889, married Fred Robinette December 20, 1911;
  6. Lozena K. born January 3, 1892;
  7. Gladys K. born November 24, 1894;
  8. Margery K. born December 14, 1898;
  9. Beatrice K. born July 11, 1905.

Family home Wellsville, Utah.

President and secretary of elders quorum; president YMMIA.

Sources:

Hill, Archibald N.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Curry). Born August 20, 1816, at Johnstown, Scotland. Came to Utah September 27, 1847, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married:Isabella Hood February 21, 1840 (daughter of James Hood and Margaret Bislen of Toronto. Canada). She died at Winter Quarters on way to Utah.
Their children:
  1. Samuel Hood, married Audrey Payne;
  2. Hannah Hood, married Miles Romney;
  3. Rebecca Hood, married Edwin Pettit.
Married:Margaret Fotheringham July 12, 1851.
Their children:
  1. Charlotte (adopted);
  2. Isabella;
  3. Lizetta;
  4. Newel;
  5. Frank.
Married:Mary Milam December 26, 1855.
Their children:
  1. Emma;
  2. William.
Married:Caroline Graham April 7, 1857.
Their children:
  1. Loiza;
  2. Martha;
  3. Perley A.;
  4. Daniel;
  5. Audrey, married Mary Houes January 22, 1872.

Was in charge of tithing office at Salt Lake City 15 years. Missionary to England 1865-67, returning to Utah in charge of a company of emigrants, missionary to United States and Canada 1887-88; watchman at ZCMI and Constitution Building five years. Died January 2, 1900.

Sources:

Hill, George Washington

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847. Missionary among Indians. Indian interpreter.

(son of Richard Hill, born November 29, 1793, near Fredericksburg, Maryland and Sarah Strait, born March 26, 1799, Dutchess county, New York). Born March 6, 1822, Amesville, Athens county, Ohio; came to Utah September 18, 1847, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married:Cynthia Utley Stewart September 18, 1846, in Missouri (daughter of George Stewart, died in Missouri, and Ruth Baker, pioneer September 1847, Abraham O. Smoot company, Tuscaloosa, Alabama). She was born January 15, 1823. Came to Utah September 1847 with mother.
Their children:
  1. George Richard born August 22, 1846, married Elizabeth N. Burch December 18, 1871;
  2. Clarinda Cynthia born October 19, 1848, married James Beus October 19, 1868;
  3. Heber James, died child;
  4. Ruthinda Evelyn born November 3, 1853, married Lewis F. Moench;
  5. Isaiah Lorenzo, died child;
  6. Joseph John, married Martha Stowell;
  7. Charles Washington, married Janett Hill;
  8. Parley Pratt, married Mary J. Roylance;
  9. Edna Rebecca, died child.

Family resided at Ogden and Salt Lake City, Utah.

High Priest; patriarch; missionary among, the Indians at Salmon River, Idaho, 1855; assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1849 and 1864; Indian interpreter; worked among the Indians of the Malad River Valley, establishing them on their farms. Farmer. Died February 21, 1891. Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hill, George Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of George W. Hill and Cynthia Utley Stewart). Born August 22, 1846, Mt. Pisgah, Iowa; came to Utah September 10, 1847.

Married:Elizabeth N. Burch December 18, 1871 (daughter of Daniel Burch and Ann W. McClellan), who was born January 31, 1849. Ogden, Utah.
Their children:
  1. George R. born April 10, 1884;
  2. Daniel B. born December 4, 1886;
  3. Reuben L. born March 4, 1888;
  4. Anna Elizabeth born April 11, 1890, married James R. Hindley June 1909.
Married:Charity J. Shelton (daughter of William Shelton and Delphina Kirkman), who was born January 22, 1858, Mt. Airy, North Carolina.
Their children:
  1. John Shelton born August 30, 1884, married Minerva Johnson;
  2. Mary D. born August 9, 1886;
  3. Cynthia J. born May 18, 1895;
  4. William Richard born September 28, 1896.

Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1866; hauled rock for Salt Lake temple; school teacher 1869 and 1870; missionary to southern states 1879-81; Sunday school superintendent at Ogden first ward 1884-89; moved to Springville 1889 and he was ordained bishop of third ward April 17, 1892; served as home missionary two years. County commissioner 1901.

Sources:

Hill, Charles W.

(son of George W. Hill and Cynthia Utley Stewart). Born May 30, 1861, Ogden, Utah.

Married:Jannett Hill August 26, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Hill and Agnes Steele both of Scotland, the former came to Utah). She was born January 18, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Charles W. born June 30, 1881, married Etta Marshall;
  2. Jennette born January 8, 1883, married Edward P. Dahle;
  3. Cynthia A. born August 21, 1885, married Moses Dahle;
  4. George W. born September 26, 1887, died infant;
  5. Disa C. born September 26, 1887, died Infant;
  6. Archie G. born August 11, 1889;
  7. Noble born February 21, 1891, died infant.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Frances Hill September 26, 1882. Salt Lake City (daughter of John Hill and Agnes Steele), both of Scotland, the former came to Utah). She was born June 30, 1863.
Their children:
  1. Edith F. born June 8, 1885;
  2. Zina R. born March 14, 1888;
  3. Mercy R. born April 10, 1891, married Henry K. Bytheway;
  4. Ruby M. born May 13, 1893.

Family home Salt Lake City.

High Priest; member high council of Pocatello stake; block teacher. Merchant. Died October 14, 1908.

Sources:

Hill, Isaac

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1849.

(son of John Hill and Mary Ward of Pennsylvania). Born September 29, 1808, in Ohio. Came to Utah 1849.

Married:Mary Jane Miller, at Salt Lake City (daughter of James Miller and Sarah Surcey of Ohio, pioneers 1849, latter with Captain Hooper company). She was born January 9, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born September 21, 1854, married Phineas Cook; married Chris Johnson;
  2. Isaac born June 25, 1857, married Rebecca Tremellin;
  3. Jacob, died infant;
  4. Eliza born January 3, 1860, married William Howard, Jr.;
  5. Samuel born January 11, 1862, married Christy Reed;
  6. Margaret born January 21, 1864, married Thomas Smith;
  7. Joseph born March 17, 1866;
  8. Sylvia born May 14, 1868, married Beeman L. Oviatt;
  9. Emeline born April 6, 1870, married David A. Johnson;
  10. Hyrum S. born August 6, 1873, married Miss Hendrickson.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Missouri 1857-58; bishop 2d ward, Salt Lake City. Blacksmith. Died June 25, 1879, Fish Haven, Idaho.

Warning

The Joseph Smith Paper’s web site has a birth date of 28 September 1806 in Pennsylvania and mother’s name of “Nancy Warrick but Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah has a date of September 28, 1808 in Ohio and shows his mother’s name as “Mary Ward”.

Sources:

Hill, James

came to Utah by oxteam.

Married:Malissia ____ .
Their children:
  1. Sally Malissia;
  2. James;
  3. George;
  4. Rhoda, married Charles Grames, Jr.

Seventy; high priest. Farmer. Died 1910, Wellington, Utah.

Sources:

Hill, Joseph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Joseph Hill of Gloucestershire, England). Born March 17, 1806. Came to Utah 1861, Captain Caldwell company.

Married:Ann Marsden in England, who was born about 1808 and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. John, married Mary Bennett;
  2. Joseph, married Ellen Sheen;
  3. Alice Ann, married John Bloxom.

Farmer and stockraiser Died August 21, 1889, Layton, Utah.

Sources:

Hill Joseph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Joseph Hill and Ann Marsden). Born about 1841. Santers Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Ellen Sheen December 26, 1868, Kaysville, Utah (daughter of James Sheen and Maria Leverage of Gloucestershire, pioneers September 26, 1866, Edmund Ellsworth company). She was born February 14, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Joseph William born April 18, 1860, married Caroline Layton;
  2. Alice San Cordelia born January 1862, died;
  3. Jeanette Maria born December 1863, married George W. Layton;
  4. Sarah Ann born December 14, 1865, married Rufus Adams;
  5. Louisa born December 2, 1869, married Marion F. Adams;
  6. Emeline born October 6, 1874, married Christopher Burton;
  7. David Franklin born September 27, 1886, married Amanda Jane Bennett.

Family home Layton, Utah.

Elder. Took part in Echo Canyon trouble; went to Salmon River with Horton Haight company; went to San Pete and also to Skull Valley to protect the settlers against Indians. Horse herder for the pony express; stockman and farmer.

Sources:

Hill, Richard

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Richard Hill and Sarah Strait of Athens county, New York). Came to Utah 1850, Independent company.

Married:Rhoda Wheeler.
Their children:
  1. Catherine, married Mr. Palmer;
  2. Sarah, married George Lake;
  3. Newton, married Lucy Ann Henson (Packer);
  4. Frank, married Sarah Edwards;
  5. James, married Clara.
Sources:

Hill, Newton

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Richard Hill and Rhoda Wheeler). Born March 19, 1846, Athens county, New York. Came to Utah with father.

Married:Lucy Ann Henson (Packer) (daughter of Alfred Henson, who came to Utah 1868). She was born August 15, 1853.
Their children:
  1. George Newton;
  2. James;
  3. Laura;
  4. Annie;
  5. Rhoda;
  6. Franklin Oliver born September 20, 1884, married Vera Glenn;
  7. Obert;
  8. Mary;
  9. Elva;
  10. Orlin;
  11. Lee;
  12. Ruford Wade.

Elder. Located at Ogden.

Lucy Ann Henson was the widow of James Packer.

Their children:
  1. Alfred Packer and Nathan Packer.
Sources:

Hill, Franklin Oliver

(son of Newton Hill and Lucy Ann Henson). Born September 20, 1884, Doven, near Gunnison, Utah.

Married:Vera Glenn September 20, 1910, Vernal, Utah, by James M. Shafer (daughter of John Glenn, born at Vernal, Utah, and Olive Haws, born at Provo, both of Wallsburg, Utah). She was born September 13, 1892.
Only child:
  1. Lena May born July 22, 1911.

Deacon. Merchant at Wellington.

Sources:

Hill, Samuel Hood

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Archibald Hill and Isabel Hood of Toronto, Canada). Born December 23, 1840, Toronto, Canada. Came to Utah 1851.

Married:Jane G. Seaman November 7, 1879, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Seaman and Rachel Rand of Littlesbury, England, pioneers 1867). She was born August 6, 1843.
Their children:
  1. Ernest S. born May 26, 1881, married Annie Andrews;
  2. Ethel Jane born December 14, 1882;
  3. Jane S. born September 6, 1884;
  4. Joseph S. born September 4, 1889.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Bishop’s counselor several years. Member constitutional convention of 1895. Indian war veteran. Died February 10, 1903.

Sources:

Hill, Thomas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of Thomas Hill and Betty Riggs of Yorkshire, England). Born December 25, 1820, Lancashire, England. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Alice Mellor 1861 at St. Louis, Missouri.(daughter of John Mellor and Mary Hardman of Lancashire, England, pioneers 1853, Captain Clawson company). She was born April 27, 1816.
Their children:
  1. Sarah, married Allen Hondry;
  2. Alice A., married Thomas F. Emmett;
  3. Betsy A., married Dan Zundel.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

High priest. Plasterer. Died March 1, 1887.

Sources:

Hill, William James

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Richard Hill and Sarah Strait and brother of George Westernton Hill). Born March 3, 1834, Athens, Greene County, New York. Came to Utah 1850, with an independent company.

Married:Cellicia Hadlock February 25, 1855, Ogden, Utah (daughter of Stephen Hadlock and Sally Alton of Vermont, pioneers September 20, 1850, Edward Bunker company). She was born September 23, 1836, in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and died June 30, 1896, Spanish Fork, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Stephen William born November 27, 1855, died;
  2. Mary Elizabeth born March 2, 1857, died;
  3. Sally Lavina born February 25, 1858, married ____Parker;
  4. James Henry born February 20, 1860, married Nancy Matilda Beckstrom;
  5. Sarah Melvina born April 1, 1862, married John C. McKendrick;
  6. Henrietta Augusta born November 28, 1864, married Renfew Smith;
  7. George Richard born March 18, 1866, married Rose Davis;
  8. Rozina Emeline born July 23, 1868, married Hyrum Chittenden;
  9. Nancy Naoma born February 13, 1823, married Robert Bruce Martin;
  10. Rhoda Christina born April 16, 1875, married Henry Olsen;
  11. Adeline Precinda born June 3, 1878, married David Davis;
  12. Zoula Cilicia born August 15, 1880, died.

Family home Ogden and Wellington, Utah.

Married:Henrietta Hadlock September 20, 1867, Salt Lake City (daughter of Stephen Hadlock and Sally Alton), who was born July 10, 1843, in Brown county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Sally Ladosca born August 28, 1860, died;
  2. Roselthea Amena born April 10, 1870, died January 17, 1911;
  3. Emily Celicia born August 4, 1871, M. John Calstrom;
  4. Cyntha Calista born July 19, 1873, married George Dimmick;
  5. Charles Sylvester born October 11, 1874, married Florence Rollinson;
  6. Esther Marinda born August 20, 1876, married William Eldredge;
  7. Zina Balinda born October 11, 1877, married Brigham Von Victor Gould;
  8. Henrietta Perisina born July 16, 1879, married William Park;
  9. Hulda Clarinda born October 19, 1881, married William Norton;
  10. Betty Petty born September 4, 1884, married Seamon Golden;
  11. William Strait born February 23, 1886.

Member 60th quorum seventies; high priest; Sunday school superintendent at Ogden and Wellington, Utah; ward teacher. Settled in Ogden where he remained until 1884, when he moved to Wellington, and assisted in building canals and wagon roads. Minute-man in Indian war. Assisted in the survey of Ogden city. Farmer. Died December 26, 1910, Wellington, Utah.

Sources:

Hill, William John

(son of William Hill and Lucy Gibbons of England). Born January 9, 1856, in England. Came to Utah 1866.

Married:Charlotte Emily Holbrook June, 1878, Endowment House, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jonathan Holbrook and Melissa Smith of Canada). She was born 1879.
Their children:
  1. John William, married Sarah Ann Frisby;
  2. Jonathan;
  3. Charlotte (died), married David Groves;
  4. Lucy;
  5. Millie;
  6. William;
  7. Alfred;
  8. Lyman;
  9. Bryan.

Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Teacher; high priest. Road Supervisor and Watermaster at Bountiful. Farmer and market gardener.

Sources:

Hill, John William

(son of William John Hill and Charlotte Emily Holbrook). Born November 1, 1879, Bountiful.

Married:Sarah Ann Frisby November, 1900, Salt Lake temple (daughter of Ephraim Frisby and Sarah Ann Lowe, pioneers 1866). She was born August 26, 1881.
Their children:
  1. John Ephraim born July 22, 1901;
  2. Percy born November 25, 1902;
  3. Guy born November 12, 1904;
  4. Elsie born October 22, 1906;
  5. Lloyd born May 12, 1909;
  6. Ralph born April 22, 1911.

Member high council Carbon stake; bishop Wellington ward September 6, 1910; Sunday school teacher and stake chorister; teacher and class leader YMMIA. Principal Wellington schools February 3, 1905-12. General merchant.

Sources:

Hilton, Hugh

(son of John Hilton). Born 1819, Bolton, England. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Jane Hewet 1846.
Only child:
  1. Charles born 1847, married Annie Johnson 1868.

Family home Salt Lake City, Lehi, and Virgin, Utah.

Married:Isabella Pilkington 1852, St. Louis, Missouri. She was born 1826, Bolton, England.
Their children:
  1. Hugh born 1853;
  2. Sarah A. born 1855, married George Hunt 1874;
  3. John Hugh born November 17, 1867, married Maria Parker June 1, 1881;
  4. Joseph born 1860, married Ellen M. Richards;
  5. Hyrum born 1864, married Sarah J. Lafayette.

Family home Virgin, Utah.

High priest.

Sources:

Hilton, John Hugh

(son of Hugh Hilton and Isabella Pilkington). Born November 17, 1867, Salt Lake City.

Married:Maria Parker June 1, 1881, St. George, Utah (daughter of John Parker and Maria Jackson, former a pioneer 1852 latter with first handcart company, Edmund Ellsworth, 1856). She was born May 19, 1852, Taylorsville, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Isabel born March 13, 1882, married Bernard Hinton April 24, 1906;
  2. Annie M. born December 10, 1884, married Ray Bishop February 8, 1911;
  3. Hugh born June 10, 1887, married Chloe S. Black August 17, 1910;
  4. Eugene born November 12, 1890;
  5. Wilford born March 21, 1892;
  6. Ray P. born October 22, 1895;
  7. Ivin born January 21, 1897;
  8. Virgil born September 14, 1899;
  9. Clement born April 19, 1902;
  10. Hazel born May 13, 1906;
  11. Lyda born November 5, 1907.

Family home Virgin, Abraham, and Hinckley, Utah.

Assistant Sunday school superintendent; presiding elder Abraham branch, Hinckley ward.

Sources:

Hinchcliff, Charles W.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

Born January 2, 1850, in Lancashire, England. Came to Utah September 10, 1861, Milo Andrus company.

Married:Mary Allen August 21, 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of Albern and Marcia Allen of Ogden, pioneers 1847). She was born January 14, 1850.
Their children:
  1. Ella;
  2. Marcia, married Gomer A. Nicholas;
  3. Charles A., married Carrie Wansgaard;
  4. Francis W., married Lizzie Evans;
  5. Edmond A., married Amelia James;
  6. John R., married Effie Bullock;
  7. Estella, died aged 26;
  8. Lorin A., married Mamie Hipp;
  9. Lester G.;
  10. Lulu V.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

High Priest; choir leader. Shipping clerk.

Sources:

Hinckley, Arza Erastus

Note

Member of Zion’s Camp. Member of the Mormon Battalion and a Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Nathaniel Hinckley who lived at Leeds, Canada born December 5, 1794, in the United States and Lois Judd of Upper Canada, born September 15, 1805, at Leeds, married 1821). He was born August 15, 1826, in Leeds. Came to Utah July 27, 1847, with company B, Mormon battalion.

Married:Amelia Woodhouse March 1853 (daughter of Charles Woodhouse, who died in Illinois, and Ann Long, who came to Utah with Captain Jepson company 1852; married October 6, 1829, in the United States). She was born April 17, 1834; came to Utah with her parents.
Their children:
  1. Amelia Ellen born December 22, 1853;
  2. Arza Erastus born June 15, 1855;
  3. Ira Nathaniel born March 15, 1857, married Elizabeth Rock 1878;
  4. Lois Ann born February 28, 1859, married William Vance 1881;
  5. Daniel Hanmer born January 3, 1861.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Temperance Ricks December 18, 1857, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Joel Ricks and Elinor Martin, who came to Utah with H. C. Kimball company, September 24, 1848; married May 1, 1827, in Kentucky). She was born January 4, 1837, at Edwardsville, Madison county, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Lois Elinor born September 17, 1858;
  2. Joel born November 5, 1860, married Lucy Woodard 1880;
  3. Ann Elizabeth born January 1863;
  4. Edwin Lewis born March 28, 1866;
  5. Ella Clarinda born September 17, 1867, married T. B. Cardon June 11, 1884;
  6. Rhoda Adelaide born November 6, 1869, married J. T. born Mason December 28, 1887;
  7. Silas Kicks born January 28, 1872, married Lilly Bell November 1894;
  8. Arthur Seymour born April 30, 1874, married Clara Mason December 20, 1900;
  9. Minnie Mary born March 8, 1877, married F. C. Bowen September 2, 1903;
  10. Nathan Roy born December 20, 1880.

Family resided Salt Lake City, Coalville, Richville, Cove Creek, Utah, and Rexburg, Idaho.

Married:Mary Christina Heiner April 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Martin Heiner and Adlegunda Dietzel, married January 6, 1837, in Germany, and came to Utah with Edward Stevenson company 1857). She was born July 20, 1839, in Germany.
Their children:
  1. Heber born July 10, 1862;
  2. Mary Loiza born August 28, 1864, married C. A. Welch April 6, 1883;
  3. Martha Adlegunda born May 13, 1866, married F. S. Branwell June 11, 1890;
  4. Luna Ardell born March 18, 1868, married J. R. Paul May 20, 1886;
  5. John Heiner born March 15, 1870, married Jessie Taggart June 13, 1906;
  6. Frances Amelia born February 18, 1873, married Joseph Roskelly June 13, 1900;
  7. Franklin Arza born February 18, 1873, married Ellen Rowberry August 6, 1902;
  8. Harvey born July 10, 1875.

Family resided at Salt Lake City. Morgan. Coalville, Richville and Cove Creek, Utah, and Rexburg, Idaho.

As a boy of nine years of age was teamster in Zion’s camp. Helped bring immigrants to Utah. Policeman, Salt Lake City. Black Hawk war veteran. Probate judge. Summit county high priest; high councilor; missionary to Arizona Indians; bishop Papago ward; patriarch.

Sources:

Hinckley, Ira Nathaniel

Note

Irah Hinkley was a Mormon Pioneer of 1850. President of Millard stake for 26 years. Pioneer to Arizona and New Mexico. Called to build Cove Fort. Mayor of Fillmore, Utah. Ira Hinkley’s grandson, Gordon B. Hinkley, served as President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

(son of Nathaniel Hinckley, born December 6, 1794, and Lois Judd, born September 16, 1806. Leeds, Canada, both of Rochester, New York, later. He was born October 30, 1828. Johnstown District, Canada. Came to Utah 1850, David Evans company.

Married:Eliza Evans (daughter of David Evans), who died 1850 crossing plains.
Their child:
  1. Eliza, married Edward L. Robertson.
Married:Adelaide C. Noble December 11, 1853 (daughter of Lucian Noble and Emily Wilcox of Livona, Michigan, pioneers 1860, William Snow company). She was born August 15, 1834.
Their children:
  1. Minerva, married William A. Ray;
  2. Lois, married James Frampton;
  3. Delia, married James H. Mace;
  4. Lucian N., married Ada Robison;
  5. Frank, married Helen Moody;
  6. Edwin Smith, married Addie Henry;
  7. Nellie, married Joseph H. Robison;
  8. Samuel Ernest, married Ida Cheever;
  9. Sarah, married Mosher F. Pack.

Family home Salt Lake City, Coalville, Cave Fort and Fillmore, Utah.

Married:Angeline Wilcox Noble (daughter of Lucian Noble and Emily Wilcox of Livona, Michigan, pioneers 1850). She was born 1832.
Their children:
  1. Angeline, married Lafayette Holbrook;
  2. Laverne, married James M. George;
  3. Ira N., married Lillian King;
  4. Bryant S.; married Tenie Johnson and Ada Bitner;
  5. Alonzo A., married Rosa M. Robison;
  6. Elmer E., married Angle Callister;
  7. two children died in infancy.
Married:Maggie Harley.
Their child:
  1. Mary, married Mr. Carter.

President of Millard stake 26 years. Captain of a company to guard US mail from depredations of Indians. Pioneer to Arizona and New Mexico. Called by President Young to build Cove Fort 1867. Policeman at Salt Lake City; mayor of Fillmore. Blacksmith; farmer and stockman. Died April 10, 1904, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hinckley, Edwin Smith

(son of Ira Nathaniel Hinkley and Adelaide Cameron Noble). Born July 21, 1868, Cove Fort, Utah.

Married:Addie Henry September 3, 1890. Manti, Utah (daughter of Robert Henry of Ireland and Elizabeth Bacon of England, pioneers 1850, settled at Fillmore, Utah). She was born January 12, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Robert Henry born June 8, 1891;
  2. Leonore Adelaide born April 17, 1894;
  3. Edwin Carlyle born July 25, 1896;
  4. Norma Elizabeth born October 12, 1897;
  5. Claudius Warren born May 30, 1899;
  6. Paul Bryant born October 8, 1900;
  7. Frederick Russell born May 28, 1902;
  8. John Noble born August 6, 1903;
  9. Evaline Marguerite born March 9, 1905;
  10. Gordon Holbrook born June 12, 1906;
  11. Muriel Aileen born September 4, 1907;
  12. Marion born March 1, 1909;
  13. Angela Ruth born May 30, 1910.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to Colorado 1897; high priest; first counselor to Bishop Moroni Snow of 6th ward, Provo, Utah. Member Provo city council. Second counselor to George H. Brimhall, president of Brigham Young University of Provo; professor of geology and physiography at Brigham Young University of Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hindley, John

Note

Mayor of American Fork, Utah.

(son of Thomas Hindley and Mary Seden Lumis of Lancashire, England).

Married:Jane Charters Robinson February 1856 /it Salt Lake City (daughter of John Robinson of England).
Their children:
  1. Esther Jane, married Jefferson Eastmond;
  2. Elenor Edith, married Richard Preston;
  3. Mary Helena, married Alva Greene;
  4. John Robinson, married Ann Chipman;
  5. James Ernest, married Emily Huggard;
  6. Anna Elizabeth, married Oscar F. Hunter;
  7. William Hyrum, married Maud Karen.

Family home American Fork.

Bishop’s counselor. Mayor of American Fork; justice of the peace, American Fork. Painter; farmer; merchant.

Sources:

Hipwell, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Hipwell and Harriet Grucock of Hansby, England). Born January 11, 1836, Dunton, Bassette, England. Came to Utah September 16, 1861, Sextus Johnson company.

Married:

Elizabeth Barton March 1, 1863 (daughter of William Barton and Nancy Kay of West Weber, Utah, pioneers October 1862, Thomas Rich company). She was born February 16, 1842.

Their children:
  1. Harriet Handley;
  2. Ephraim;
  3. Nancy Farr;
  4. John;
  5. Mary Ann;
  6. Martha Knight;
  7. Elizabeth Hadley;
  8. Margeth Ann Walker;
  9. Sarah May Stone;
  10. Lizzie McLane.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Farmer.

Sources:

Hipwell, Ephraim

(son of William Hipwell and Elizabeth Barton). Born April 22, 1866, West Weber, Utah.

Married:Mary Jane Walker December 2, 1885, Logan (daughter of Samuel F. Walder and Sarah Dixon of West Weber, pioneers 1861, Captain Hooper and Captain Thomas Rex companies). She was born May 1, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Elizabeth born May 6, 1887;
  2. Mary Jane born September 20, 1888;
  3. William Barton born December 23, 1890;
  4. Margaret Eliza born January 7, 1893;
  5. John Ephraim born November 7, 1895;
  6. Samuel Fredrick born March 26, 1902;
  7. Willis Thomas born January 11, 1907.

Family home West Weber, Utah.

Farmer.

Sources:

Hirschi, Arnold Daniel

(son of Jacob Hirschi born June 21, 1830, Reutigen. Bern, Switzerland, died June 18, 1909, Montpelier, Idaho, and Susanna Katerinna, born October 28, 1834, Zwischenfluh, Bern, Switzerland, died July 2, 1902 Montpelier, Idaho). Born December 20, 1868, in Zwischenfluh. Came to Utah September 23, 1883, Captain Goss company.

Married:Sophie Haehlen September 12, 1894 (daughter of Jacob Haehlen and Rosena Katerine Dubach, who were married September, 1859, Borchlen, Diemtigen, Bern, Switzerland) She was born November 14, 1870; came to Utah July 17, 1894.
Their children:
  1. Arther born June 20, 1895
  2. Arnold Fredrick born April 6, 1897;
  3. Sophie Katerina born April 12, 1898;
  4. Clara Virginia born January 7, 1901;
  5. Rose Eliza born December 12, 1904;
  6. Gladis Lena born June 11, 1910.

Family home Geneva, Idaho.

Bishop of Geneva ward 18 years; missionary to Switzerland 1892-94; teacher in Montpelier ward. Business man.

Sources:

Hirschi, Gottlieb

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Ulrich Hirschi, born August 7, 1802, Schaugnaw, Switzerland, and Anna Amacher, born 1800, Wilderswiel, Switzerland. He was born January 16, 1837, Danbreson, Switzerland. Came to Utah August 1860.

Married:Mary Ann Rupp September 14, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Christian Rupp, who died at Shotfo, and Susanna Winkler, who came to Utah from Shotfo Ct. Neufchatel, Bern, Switzerland). She was born January 12, 1838.
Their children:
  1. Albert born July 18, 1862, died February 23, 1881;
  2. Mary Anna born June 10, 1864, died October 11, 1866;
  3. Joseph born December 16, 1865;
  4. Henry born June 28, 1867, married Mary C. Stout;
  5. John born July 26, 1869, died June 16, 1871;
  6. David born December 13, 1870, married Mary M. Petty October 3, 1890;
  7. Samuel born August 29, 1872, died October 10, 1872;
  8. Daniel born May 17, 1874, married Amelia V. Petty June 27, ____;
  9. Susanna born April 26, 1876, married James N. Stanworth;
  10. Eliza born December 28, 1882, married Oliver DeMill III.

Family home Rockville, Utah.

Bishop of Rockville ward 1891-1900; missionary to Switzerland 1883-85. Settled in Santa Clara 1861, moved to Rockville 1863. Died January 24, 1900, at St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Hirschi, David

(son of Gottlieb Hirschi and Mary Ann Rupp). Born December 13, 1870, Rockville, Utah.

Married:Mary Matilda Petty October 3, 1890, Rockville (daughter of Joseph H. Petty and Alfaretta M. Duzett, former a pioneer 1848, Captain Chase company, latter was native born). She was born August 20, 1872, at Rockville.
Their children:
  1. Claudius born September 13, 1892;
  2. Margery born March 8, 1894, died August 24, 1905;
  3. Heber born November 19, 1895;
  4. Kenneth born June 22, 1897;
  5. Susie born May 6, 1899;
  6. David Milo born February 26, 1902;
  7. Wraph born June 16, 1903, died June 16, 1903;
  8. Hugh born June 16, 1905;
  9. Annona born May 6, 1907;
  10. Junius born July 14, 1908; Jennie born July 24, 1910;
  11. Karl Albert born August 26, 1912.

Family home Rockville.

Missionary to Switzerland 1902-04; bishop Rockville ward, school teacher 1892-1902. Director of Bank of St. George; member stake board of education.

Sources:

Hirschi, Daniel

(son of Gottlieb Hirschi and Mary Ann Rupp). Born May 17, 1874, Rockville.

Married:Amelia V. Petty January 27, 1895 (daughter of Joseph H. Petty and Alfaretta M. Duzett, pioneers 1848. Captain Chase company). She was born February 4, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Mary A. born October 9, 1895;
  2. Gottlieb A. born May 18, 1897, died April 1, 1897;
  3. Daniel A. born December 3, 1898;
  4. Walden born December 9, 1900, died December 16, 1900;
  5. Dewey born January 29, 1902;
  6. David L. born January 3, 1904.
Sources:

Hirst, John

(son of Abraham Hirst and Nancy Dykes of Yorkshire, England). Born March 7, 1816, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah September 1868.

Married:Charlotte Brook about 1839, Yorkshire, England. (daughter of William and Hannah Brook). She was born 1818.
Their children:
  1. Abraham, died infant;
  2. James, died infant;
  3. Harriet, married Thomas Marshall;
  4. Hannah, died aged 17;
  5. Nancy, married Joseph Dearden;
  6. Eliza, married Jonathan Gledhill;
  7. Mary, married George Wood;
  8. Martha, married James Taylor;
  9. Fannie, married William Jenkins;
  10. John, married Elvira Spencer;
  11. Sarah, married Jacob Coon;
  12. Charlotte, married John A. Coon;
  13. Ellen, married Daniel Whipple.
Sources:

Hiskey, Benjamin

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

Born 1822 at Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 17, 1862. Henry W. Miller company.

Married:Mary Ann Dankel, Lehi county, Pennsylvania. (daughter of Mr. Dankel of Schuylkill Haven, pioneers October 1862, Captain Miller company). She was born 1818 and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
    1. F., died;
  1. Emma Linda, died;
  2. Peter M.;
  3. Clara;
  4. Augusta S.;
  5. John S.;
  6. Thomas A.;
  7. Cassa;
  8. Alfred born :
  9. Allen. Latter three died.

Teacher. Car repairer. Died 1884, Erda, Utah.

Sources:

Hiskey, John S.

(son of Benjamin Hiskey and Mary Ann Dankel). Born May 22, 1864, Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Lyman May 12, 1902, Boulder, Utah (daughter of Amasa Mason Lyman, Jr., and Rosanna Reynolds). She was born July 20, 1885.
Only child:
  1. Max Lyman born August 2, 1909.

Family home Teasdale, Utah.

Sources:

Hitchcock, John Chester

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Seth Hitchcock and Sally Ann Rhodes, both died in Missouri). He was born March 3, 1832, Warsaw, Genesee county, New York. Came to Utah 1848, Heber C. Kimball company.

Married:Petrea Jensen March 8, 1857, Ephraim, Utah (daughter of Soren Jensen and Kistina Maria Jensen, Torse, Hjorring amt, Denmark, pioneer 1854, Captain Olson company). She was born March 1840.
Their children:
  1. John Seth born December 28, 1857, died infant;
  2. Franklin born March 8, 1859, married Anna Rosetta Cook;
  3. Louisa Jane born May 11, 1861;
  4. Mary Ann born November 20, 1863, died infant;
  5. Petrea Melissa born January 30, 1865, married Moses Burdick;
  6. Maria Lavina born January 26, 1868, died infant;
  7. Violet born February 18, 1869, died Infant;
  8. William Henry born May 26, 1870, married Julia Emily Duncan;
  9. Willard born February 16, 1873, married Mary Thomas;
  10. James Edward born October 16, 1875, died aged 11;
  11. Leonora born August 4, 1878, died October 23, 1878;
  12. Sarah Elizabeth born June 23, 1880, died September 6, 1880.

Family home Ferron, Utah.

High Priest; ward teacher 40 years. Finally settled at Ferron 1883. Lieutenant in Blackhawk war 1865-68. Assisted bringing immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Hitchcock, William Henry

(son of John Chester Hitchcock and Petrea Jensen). Born May 26, 1870, Spring City, Utah.

Married:Julia Emily Duncan November 2, 1892, Manti (daughter of John Chapman and Teressa Duncan, of Scotland and Ferron). She was born April 13, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Dora Evelyn born March 31, 1894, married LaMar Kilpack;
  2. Blanche born October 25, 1896;
  3. Louis William born May 18, 1899;
  4. Rulon John born March 15, 1905;
  5. Helen born March 22, 1913.

Family home Clawson.

Bishop Clawson ward, October 25, 1904. Settled at Ferron 1884. County road commissioner 1912. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Hitchcock, Franklin

(son of John C. Hitchcock and Petrea Jensen). Born March 8, 1859.

Married:Anna Rosetta Cook.
Their children:
  1. Delos, married Rachel Thomas;
  2. Seth, married Sarah Felstead, died;
  3. Olive, married Livy Olsen;
  4. Monte;
  5. Ruth, married Peter Alfred Knudson;
  6. Val;
  7. Reeva;
  8. Cleo.

Elder. Farmer.

Sources:

Hobbs, William Down

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Mormon Pioneer of 1864.

(son of Henry Hobbs and Ann Down of Framfield, Sussex, England). Born January 6, 1814, Framfield, Sussex, England. Came to Utah November 2, 1864, Warren Snow company.

Married:Mary Ann Pope November 9, 1835, Brighton, England. (daughter of Thomas Pope and Ann Grenier), who was born April 11, 1815.
Their children:
  1. Annie born April 30, 1837;
  2. William Down, Jr. born November 1839, married Elizabeth Cook 1864;
  3. Mary Ann born June 16, 1841, married Alfred Gadd January 1864;
  4. Emma Lucy born February 21, 1843, married Alexander Meads October 1864;
  5. Tryphena Jane born April 29, 1847, married William West 1867;
  6. Sarah Elizabeth born February 3, 1852, married Henry H. Harriman;
  7. Ellen Agnes born June 1853, married Hyrum Fielding;
  8. George Brigham born February 22, 1856, married Julia Broadhead October 1883;
  9. Alice Lavina born 1858, married William Banks.

Family home Parowan.

Helped settle Iron county, 1885. Carpenter; builder and farmer.

Sources:

Hobbs, William Down

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of William Down Hobbs). Born in November 1839. Came to Utah September 27, 1861, Sextus E. Johnson company.

Married:Elizabeth Cooke (daughter of Henry Cooke), who was born September 27, 1843, and came to Utah 1865, John R. Murdock company.
Their children:
  1. Annie Constance born November 27, 1866, married Benjamin H. Cooke March 10, 1886;
  2. William Henry born September 5, 1871, married Mary E. Hathaway;
  3. Benjamin George, married Mary G. Southworth;
  4. Amy, died aged 3;
  5. Jesse T., married Ethel Molyneux 1904;
  6. Franklin M., married Mary Bault 1901;
  7. Edith Pearl, married Rasmus Mickleson;
  8. Alvin M. born February 17, 1891.

Family reside Parowan, Utah, and Wilford, Idaho.

Sources:

Hochstrasser, Rudolph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

(son of Rudolph Hochstrasser, born 1803, Fahrwangen, Canton Aargau, Switzerland, and Margaret Miller, born July 15, 1814, Reitnau, Canton Aargau, Switzerland). He was born September 1, 1839, Wikermos, Canton Luzerne. Switzerland. Came to Utah August 30, 1860, Jesse E. Murphy company.

Married:Maria Sutter March 10, 1859, mid-Atlantic, on ship Emerald Isle (daughter of Daniel Sutter and Margaret Witmer of Bozberg, Aargau, Switzerland). She was born August 13, 1824.
Their children:
  1. Jacob born November 25, 1860, died infant;
  2. Mary born January 15, 1863, married Frederick Theurer August 6, 1880;
  3. Joseph born January 9, 1866, married Alice Fullmer.

Family home Providence, Utah.

Married:Mary Ann Lanz November 1, 1861, Salt Lake City (daughter of Ulrich and Maria Lanz), who was born September 5, 1841, Lotzuil, Bern, Switzerland.
Their children:
  1. Rudolph Hyrum born August 20, 1865, married Alice Fullmer;
  2. Nephi W. born February 26, 1867, married Jane Fullmer;
  3. Eva Liottea born May 8, 1869, married Neils Hansen 1887;
  4. Sarah Ann born July 11, 1871, married Frank Hinman;
  5. Rachel Eliza born August 24, 1873, married Thomas Low;
  6. Mary Ann born October 6, 1875, married Julius Jacobsen;
  7. Alma born October 16, 1878.
Married:Ursula Kerner May, 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Kerner and Ursula Trichler), who was born September 9, 1837, Hamereisenbach, Baden, Germany.
Only child:
  1. Thomas O. born March 1866, died infant.
Married:Anna Maria Torbjornson October 20, 1881, Salt Lake City (daughter of Neils Torbjornson and Mary Mason), who was born May 5, 1864.
Their children:
  1. Martha born November 7, 1882, married Charles Bradley;
  2. Elizabeth born January 26, 1886, married Samuel Ahlman December 24, 1910;
  3. Samuel born February 1888, died April 1890;
  4. Daniel born January 15, 1890, died same year.
Married:Rhoda Jane Kietten February 10, 1892, Salt Lake City (daughter of Eugene and Sarah Jane Fullmer of Salt Lake City). She was born 1856, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Leah Lavon H. born August 1893, married Mr. Webb 1911;
  2. Ruby Drucilla H. born July 1895;
  3. Chloe Margaret H. born August 18, 1897.
Married:Matilda A. Jahnke December 10, 1907, Salt Lake City (daughter of Louis Jahnke and Ernstena Nixdorf of Germany). She was born September 9, 1876, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Member 32d quorum seventies; missionary to Switzerland 1883-85; bishop’s counselor 1885-89; high priest. Shoemaker and farmer.

Sources:

Hodges, Nathaniel Morris

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of William Hodges and Ann Sweet of Bristol, England). Born January 4, 1847, Sparksford, England. Came to Utah September 2, 1868, Captain S. M. Molen company.

Married:Louisa Weston October 11, “1869, Salt Lake City (daughter of Nehemiah Weston and Rosanna Gilford of East Harptree, Somersetshire, England, came to Utah August 11, 1870). She was born February 11, 1847.
Their children:
  1. William Nehemiah born July 15, 1870, married Edith Pearl;
  2. Nathaniel John born August 15, 1872, married Rose Early;
  3. Hyrum born September 20, 1874, died February 11, 1888;
  4. Edward born October 20, 1876, married Eva Olene Kimball;
  5. Mary Louisa born July 15, 1879, married Reuben Hyden;
  6. Samuel born May 31, 1881;
  7. Orson Henry born July 10, 1887;
  8. Leonora born May 28, 1889, married Frank Linford;
  9. Hortense born June 26, 1892, died October 14, 1894.

Family home Laketown.

Missionary to England 1883-84. Built first roller flour mill and steam sawmill in Laketown 1876. Stock raiser.

Sources:

Hodson, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of William Embleton Hodson and Anna Pigford of Durham county, England). Born August 30, 1841, Quarrington Hill, Durham county. Came to Utah September 9, 1863, John R. Young independent company.

Married:Isabella Williamson December 25, 1861, Pomeron, Meigs County, Ohio (daughter of Thomas Williamson and Ann Robinson of Durham county, England). She was born July 6, 1845.
Their children:
  1. Ann Williamson born February 7, 1864, married William G. Rhead;
  2. Isabella born October 11, 1866, died May 31, 1867;
  3. William Williamson born June 18, 1868, married Agnes Walker;
  4. John Thomas born July 28, 1870, married Coralie Elvira Smith;
  5. Benjamin Franklin born May 3, 1872, married Evar Martell;
  6. Margaret Elizabeth born March 27, 1876, married John Ambrose Pack;
  7. Sarah Juliet born November 22, 1878, married Joseph Theron Carruth September 29, 1909;
  8. Mary Isabell born December 25, 1880, married Leo L. Robertson, later Vincent Shepherd;
  9. Edward Elmore born August 15, 1883;
  10. Ethel Irene born September 11, 1885, married Joseph E. White;
  11. Alvin Claude born November 9, 1888, died aged 7.

Family home Coalville.

Settled at Coalville September 9, 1863. Counselor to Bishop Robert Salmon of Coalville ward from its organization to 1877. When divided into three wards he was made bishop of North ward 1889-95; stake tithing clerk; superintendent of Sunday school; ward teacher; ward clerk; high councilor of Summit stake since 1901. School trustee; city surveyor 1877-78; city councilman 1877-93; member school board of examiners 1879 and 1880. Assisted in organizing Coalville co-operative work; salesman; bookkeeper; half owner of Robinson and Fletcher-Hodson coal mines; also of Hodson-Olson coal mine of Coalville; had big interest in Summit County Railroad; helped organize a cattle company and grist mill company in Coalville. Secretary and treasurer of Summit stake tabernacle 1878-98.

Sources:

Hodgson, Henry William Sutliff

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Jonathan Hodgson and Grace Sutliff of Yorkshire, England). Born July 26, 1824, in Yorkshire. Came to Utah September 28, 1866, Daniel Thompson company.

Married:Mary Shaw 1846, Yorkshire, England. (daughter of John Shaw and Ann Greenwood of Yorkshire), who was born May 4, 1826.
Their children:
  1. Hannah, married Jeffrey Hodgson;
  2. Miriam, married Jeffrey Hodgson;
  3. Oliver, married Ann Pickard Hollingworth; married Mary E. Simmons, Nephi;
  4. Grace Ann married Richard Sidoway;
  5. Moroni, married Clara Skidmore;
  6. Mercey married Henry Williams.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. Weaver and machinist. Died 1892, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Hodgson, Oliver

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of Henry William Sutliff Hodgson and Mary Shaw). Born March 8, 1851. Yorkshire, England). Came to Utah September 28, 1866.

Married:Ann Pickard Hollingworth November 27, 1871, Salt Lake Endowment House, Daniel H. Wells officiating (daughter of Thomas and Mary Hollingworth). Came to Utah July, 1871, K. Read company). She was born July 24, 1851.
Married:Mary Ettie Simmons April 12, 1876, Salt Lake Endowment House, Wilford Woodruff officiating. (daughter of Joseph M. Simmons and Rachel E. Woolley of Salt Lake City, former came to Utah 1850, latter 1848). She was born November 15, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Oliver Leroy born March 11, 1876, died aged five;
  2. Leslie Simmons born December 18, 1879, married Louie Taylor;
  3. Rachel born January 3, 1882, married Isaac B. Ball;
  4. Mary born December 18, 1883, died infant;
  5. Frederick William born March 12, 1886, married Elinor Bingham;
  6. Philip born June 15, 1888, died infant;
  7. Maud born May 13, 1889, married Frank Fullmer;
  8. Clifford Shaw born January 16, 1893;
  9. Edgar Dilworth born April 8, 1896;
  10. Russel Beales born December 6, 1897;
  11. Jasper Henry born March 13, 1898, died infant;
  12. Paul Sutliff born July 21, 1900.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy; high priest; bishop 3d ward five years. City councilman four years. Building contractor.

Sources:

Hodson, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of William Hodson and Ann Wignough of Pendleton, England). Born January 10, 1808, Pendleton, England. Came to Utah September 10, 1853, Jesse Crosby company.

Married:Maria Gillard January 1834. Pendleton, England (daughter of George and Maria Gillard of Pendleton, England). She was born January 10, 1811.
Their children:
  1. William born September 18, 1834, married Ruth Ware;
  2. Elizabeth born January 20, 1836, married Joseph Allen;
  3. Ann born 1837, died infant;
  4. John H. born October 10, 1844, married Rebecca Marriott;
  5. Thomas H. born November 10, 1846, married Millie Flint;
  6. Alma born 1848, died aged 23;
  7. Jane born March 1850, married James Bowler;
  8. Rebecca born February 12, 1854, married William Flint;
  9. Ann born September 1839, married Thomas Finley.

Family home Kaysville.

Seventy; one of first Mormon converts in England. Built first flour mill at Kaysville 1854; helped plan and work out first irrigation system from Kays creek 1854. Farmer. Died October 7, 1881, Kaysville.

Sources:

Hodson, William

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of John Hodson and Maria Gillard). Born September 18, 1834. Came to Utah September 10, 1853, Jesse Crosby company.

Married:Ruth Ware February 9, 1859, Kaysville (daughter of George Ware and Naomi Bigg of Kaysville, pioneers September 1855. Richard Ballantyne company). She was born February 16, 1840.
Their children:
  1. William J. born December 7, 1859, married Adaline Terry;
  2. George A. born February 11, 1861, married Susanna Green;
  3. Sarah M. born September 1, 1862, died aged 3;
  4. Naomi E. born July 9, 1864, died aged 2;
  5. James R. born April 14, 1866, died aged 3;
  6. Joseph S. born March 31, 1868, died aged 5;
  7. Mary A. born March 21, 1870, married Rodolph Parry;
  8. Thomas H. born March 13, 1872, died aged 6;
  9. Leonard B. born June 3, 1874;
  10. Drusilla R. born August 7, 1878, married Joseph T. Covington;
  11. Delbert F. born September 28, 1880, married Elizabeth O. Butler.

Family home Marriott.

Member 55th quorum seventies. Justice of peace. Farmer.

Sources:

Hodson, William John

(son of William Hodson and Ruth Ware). Born December 7, 1859. Marriott.

Married:Henretta A. Terry October 6, 1880. Marriott (daughter of Partial P. Terry and Esther Adlock of Marriott pioneers 1847, Brigham Young company). She was born February 24, 1863.
Their children:
  1. William A. born April 4, 1881, married Sarah Richardson;
  2. Sarah L. born March 4, 1883, married Leonard Wayment;
  3. Parley P. born December 19, 1887, married Mary Anderson;
  4. Murald born March 8, 1889;
  5. Ruth born September 4, 1892, married Frederick Wheeler;
  6. Bertha born August 1, 1893;
  7. Esther M. born November 11, 1900.

Family home Plain City. Teacher. Farmer.

Sources:

Hoff, Henry Herman

Note

Mayor Montpelier, Idaho, 1911 and 1912.

(son of John Gottlieb Hoff and Catherine Phitzenmaier, both born at Wetzheim, Germany). Born March 16, 1849, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah October 19, 1872.

Married:Harriet Bacon March 8, 1875. Pleasant Grove, Utah (daughter of Chauncey Bacon and Celestia F. Sisson pioneers 1861). She was born 1856. Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Beatrice H.;
  2. Henry Herman;
  3. Edmund C.;
  4. Ernest P.;
  5. Celestia G.;
  6. Myrtle D.;
  7. Frank E.

Family home Georgetown, Idaho.

Settled in Georgetown, Idaho, 1876; appointed regent of University of Idaho by Governor McConnell 1893; in 1895 appointed director Albion state normal school by Governor Steunenberg; commissioner Bear Lake county three terms. Counselor to Bishop Alma Hayes 1896; bishop Montpelier 2d ward 1909. Mayor Montpelier, Idaho, 1911 and 1912.

Sources:

Hogensen, Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1859.

(son of Hoken Nielson, born April 17, 1789, and Ingborge Olsen, born 1791, natives Lear, Norway). He was born February 9, 1830, Lear, Norway. Came to Utah September 4, 1859. George Rowley company.

Married:Peteria Larsen May 6, 1869 (daughter of Lars Neilsen and Anna Petersen), who was born December 20, 1830. Came to Utah September 4, 1859, George Rowley company.
Their children:
  1. Caroline born July 26, 1861, died December 1867;
  2. Agnes born November 9, 1863, married Charles Rodwell Pearce September 22, 1882;
  3. Mary Jane born December 9, 1867, married Ole Swensen November 1886;
  4. Charles Henry born August 12, 1871, married Emily Andersen December 1897;
  5. Lorenzo born December 26, 1873, died July 23, 1881.

Family home Montpelier, Idaho.

Married:Mary Jensen August 2, 1884, Logan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. James born May 9, 1886;
  2. Clara born December 9, 1887, married Walter Hancock October 2, 1912.

Seventy; missionary 1880-82. Home guard during, Indian wars. Early settler to Cache valley, moved to Bear Lake county, Idaho, 1863, and to Montpelier, 1864.

Sources:

Holbrook, Joseph

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Moses Holbrook, born May 18, 1779, Massachusetts, and Hannah Morton, born March 16, 1788, Rhode Island, married 1805). He was born January 15, 1806, in New York City. Came to Utah September 20, 1848, Brigham Young company.

Married:Nancy Lampson December 30, 1830, Western Massachusetts (daughter of David and Sarah Lampson), who was born August 14, 1804, and died at Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Lucretia born January 21, 1832, married Judson A. Tolman 1846;
  2. Charlotte born November 26, 1833, married Vasco Call January 28, 1863;
  3. Joseph Lamoni born January 31, 1837, married Catharina Waterson July 24, 1855;
  4. Mary Jane born January 27, 1839;
  5. David born February 11, 1840.
Married:Hannah Flint January 1, 1843, Nauvoo, Illinois. (daughter of William Angel and Phebe Marton).
Their children:
  1. Caroline Tunis born October 21, 1851, married John Corbridge November 13, 1871;
  2. Joseph Hyrum born February 8, 1854, married Catharine Cooper January 13, 1878;
  3. Brigham Angel born February 10, 1856, married Hannah Cook December 17, 1876
  4. Moses Angel born January 16, 1858, married Jane Ann Throughton November 23, 1882;
  5. James Angel born April 3, 1860;
  6. John Angel born December 9, 1861;
  7. Ephraim Angel born April 18, 1863;
  8. Enoch Angel born July 12, 1865, married Mary Smedley November 14, 1894;
  9. Heber Angel born January 8, 1867, married Martha Sweeten January 4, 1893.

Family home Bountiful.

Married:Lucy Jones November 10, 1855. Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Lucy Jones).
Their children:
  1. Lucy Ann born October 7, 1856;
  2. Joseph born January 23, 1858, married Alice Ceah December 19, 1878;
  3. William born January 4, 1860, married Polly Burmingham December 28, 1880.
Married:Louisa Haitt January 2, 1864, Salt Lake City, who was born June 4, 1822.

Seventy. Worked on Kirtland, Ohio, and Nauvoo, Illinois, temples. Special policeman at Nauvoo; took part in Crooked river battle. Member territorial legislature two terms; probate judge of Davis county three terms. Counselor in bishopric of Bountiful ward. Helped bring immigrants to Utah.

Sources:

Holdaway, Daniel. W.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Timothy Holdaway, born December 3, 1801, Jefferson county, Tennessee, and Mary Trent, born February 8, 1803, Hawkins county, Tennessee). He was born July 14, 1834, Putnam county, Indiana. Came to Utah November 17, 1850, immigration company.

Married:Martha Belinda Gardner April 16, 1857 (daughter of Benjamin Gardner and Electa Lamport, who were married May 29, 1822 pioneers September 28, 1852, Train No. 10). She was born October 12, 1839; came to Utah with parents in 1852.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann born February 23, 1858;
  2. Daniel Timothy born May 27, 1859, married Minnie Petersen April 27, 1890;
  3. Electa Emaline born May 2, 1861, married Andrew Patterson May 27, 1883;
  4. William Benjamin born September 27, 1864, married Minnie Hossfeld March 6, 1898;
  5. James Nathaniel born January 2, 1868, married Louisa Bragger March 6, 1900;
  6. Martha Vilate born October 20, 1871, married Charles A. Kroksh April 23, 1891;
  7. Hannah Leslie born June 28, 1876, married Guy N. Rose April 10, 1901.

Family home Deweyville, Utah.

Sources:

Holdaway, James N.

(son of Daniel W. Holdaway and Martha B. Gardner). Born January 2, 1868, North Ogden, Utah.

Married:Louisa Bragger March 6, 1900. Brigham City, Utah (daughter of Abraham Bragger and Solema Grunder, and came to Utah in 1887). She was born January 8, 1876, in Germany.
Their children:
  1. Etta born May 2, 1901;
  2. Vesta born December 27, 1902;
  3. Solema born April 11, 1905;
  4. Alice born May 29, 1906;
  5. James Daniel born July 24, 1909.

Family home Deweyville, Utah.

Box Elder county surveyor 12 years. Irrigation engineer.

Sources:

Holdaway, David

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Timothy Holdaway and Mary Trent, of Hawkins county, Tennessee). Born March 9, 1832, in Hawkins county. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Elizabeth Haws June 1852, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Haws and Martha Sessions of Wayne county, Illinois; the latter came to Utah 1850). She was born June 23, 1830.
Their children:
  1. David William born November 23, 1850, married Bertha Potter;
  2. Martha Angeline born January 2, 1852, married Monte Edwards;
  3. George Timothy born November 4, 1854, married Deseret Durfy.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Married:
  1. Prater December 1866, Provo, Utah (daughter of Thomas Prater and Sarah Kinsworthy of Brownstown, Jackson county, Indiana, widow of John Huntsman, whom she married June 7, 1846. Bonaparte, Iowa.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Katherine born September 12, 1847, married William A. Woolsey;
  2. Julia, married Hyrum Smith and Mr. Liberty. They lived at Kanesville, Iowa). She was born January 12, 1828.
Their children:
  1. Thomas Teancum born August 24, 1857, married Julia Fossett and Mary White;
  2. Mary Milvina born June 24, 1869, married Robert Blackburn and David Lucas;
  3. Joseph Alma, married Sarah Robinson;
  4. Elizabeth Rachel, married Edward W. Robinson.

Family resided at Vernal and Provo, Utah.

High councilor; member 44th quorum seventies. Probate judge. Machinist. Died March 13, 1907, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Holdaway, Shadrach

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

(son of Timothy Holdaway and Mary E. Trent of Hawkins county, Tennessee). Born October 16, 1822, in Tennessee. Came to Utah October 24, 1848, with division of Mormon Battalion company.

Married:Lucinda Haws December 24, 1848. Salt Lake City (daughter of Gilbert Haws and Hannah Whitecomb of Salt Lake City, pioneers September 21, 1848, Lorenzo Snow company). She was born October 20, 1828.
Their children:
  1. George Bradford and Timothy, died;
  2. William Shadrach, married Pebe Pratt;
  3. Amos David, married Lydia Thrower;
  4. John Madison, married Jane Gillispie;
  5. Mary Elizabeth, married Charles C. Conrad;
  6. Levi Stewart, married Caroline Anderson and Rebecca Clark;
  7. Logan Gilbert, married Mary Blair;
  8. Syntha Mahala and Nancy Emeline, died;
  9. Andrew Nathan, married Lydia Ann Riddle;
  10. Louisa Diantha, died;
  11. Warren Hacos, married Lilly Riddle;
  12. Amanda Lucinda, married Almono Loeto Young and James King Pierpont;
  13. Marion, married Prudence Peay.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Member 31st quorum seventies; high priest. Brought first carding and wool spinning machine to Utah December 31, 1860; made first threshing machines in Utah from wagons left by Johnston’s army; made first canal out of Provo river to lake bottoms. Lumberman; engineer; miner; rancher and farmer. Died December 24, 1902, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Holdaway, Marion

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws). Born February 25, 1855, Provo, Utah.

Married:Prudence Eliza Peay November 25, 1876, Provo, Utah (daughter of Francis Peay and Eliza Baker of Provo, pioneers 1853). She was born March 7, 1854.
Their children:
  1. Clara Eva born November 3, 1877, married Dudley Chase;
  2. Francis Marion born July 6, 1879, married Nellie Handley;
  3. Albert Arthur born June 5, 1881, married Annabel Clegg;
  4. Prudence Eliza born April 21, 1883, married William C. Chase;
  5. Florence Rosetta born January 30, 1887, married Frank Carter;
  6. Zelda Maud born January 17, 1889, married Joel Bunnell;
  7. Jennie Arville born November 30, 1891.

Family home Vineyard, Utah.

Helped to construct roads in canyons. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holdaway, Andrew Nathan

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws). Born December 27, 1864, Provo, Utah.

Married:Lydia Ann Riddle June 10, 1884, Coyoto, Utah (daughter of Isaac Riddle and Mary Ann Eagles of Coyoto and Provo). She was born September 15, 1866, Beaver, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Wallace, died;
  2. Wilford;
  3. Murl M.;
  4. Rhoda A.;
  5. Cyrus N.;
  6. Orrin C.;
  7. Ilia L., died;
  8. Cleo L.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to West Virginia 1893-94. Miner and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holdaway, William Shadrach

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Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws, Provo, Utah). Born December 12, 1851, Provo.

Married:Pebe Soper Pratt September 11, 1872, Spanish Fork, Utah (daughter of Parley P. Pratt and Pebe E. Soper of Salt Lake City; came to Utah in September 1847. Daniel Spencer company). She was born May 19, 1852.
Their children:
  1. William Shadrach born June 6, 1873, married Vina C. Holt;
  2. Parley P. born February 1, 1876;
  3. Lucinda May born April 23, 1879, died infant;
  4. Gilbert Orson born August 27, 1881;
  5. Hall H. born March 27, 1888, married Mrs. Owens;
  6. Hazel Pebe born November 7, 1890;
  7. Lorus Trent born June 27, 1894;
  8. Eva (adopted) born June 19, 1903.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Member of 123d quorum seventies. Member Provo city council 1894-98. Patentee of Holdaway button sewing attachment and Holdaway sugar beet harvester. Mechanical engineer.

Sources:

Holdaway, William Shadrach

(son of William Shadrach Holdaway and Pebe Soper Pratt). Born June 5, 1873, Provo, Utah.

Married:Vina C. Holt December 9, 1896, Springville, Utah (daughter of Jessie Patten Holt and Sarah Naoma Carr of Spanish Fork, Utah). She was born December 31, 1875.
Their children:
  1. Vaughn La Mar born September 27, 1897;
  2. Reva Lucile born June 16, 1890.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Doctor of dental surgery; professor of music.

Sources:

Holdaway, Amos David

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws). Born January 23, 1853, Provo, Utah.

Married:Lydia Thrower October 10, 1872, Beaver, Utah (daughter of Thomas Thrower, who died on the plains en route to Utah, and Lydia Pilch, pioneer September 24, 1862, Homer Duncan company; they were married 1841, Norwich, England, she was the daughter of James and Lydia Pilch of Norwich). She was born October 19, 1826, Norwich.
Their children:
  1. Amos Claud born August 2, 1873, and Don Alvin born January 23, 1877, died;
  2. Elmer Thomas born October 13, 1879, married Ellen Ekins;
  3. Elsie Alberta born September 27, 1881, died;
  4. Milton Leroy born April 20, 1884;
  5. Leland Eugene born January 20, 1887;
  6. Walter Roland born November 25, 1889, married Edna Knudsen;
  7. Edna Lydia born August 5, 1892.

Family home Provo, Utah.

High priest. County commissioner Utah county 1882-93; Provo city councilman 1880-89; member state fair board; member state mental hospital at Provo 1886-90; director of Deseret Agriculture Manufacturing Society 1890-96. Railroad builder and financier. Died April 30, 1900, Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Holdaway, Elmer Thomas

(son of Amos David Holdaway and Lydia Thrower). Born October 13, 1879, Provo, Utah.

Married:Ellen Ekins March 11, 1903, Provo, Utah (daughter of George Ekins and Mary Mezener of Pleasant View ward. Provo). She was born January 6, 1880.
Their children:
  1. Lucile born February 14, 1904;
  2. Elmer Harold born July 6, 1909.

Family home Vineyard, Utah.

Elder. Farmer and dairyman.

Sources:

Holdaway, John Madison

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws). Born April 30, 1854, Provo, Utah.

Married:Jane Peterson Gillispie December 6, 1870, Salt Lake City (daughter of Robert Gilllspie, born February 8, 1829, and Mary Sharp of Fifeshire, Scotland, pioneers August 1869, Independent company). She was born March 11, 1852, Fifeshire.
Their children:
  1. Mary Jane born March 27, 1872, died child;
  2. John Shadrach born March 23, 1874, married Margerett Adamson;
  3. Edith Lucinda born February 8, 1876, married Edward H. Holt;
  4. Ruby May born September 29, 1877, married Webster Hoover.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Missionary to northern states 1904-06; president YMMIA. Provo city councilman; superintendent Provo city water works four years. Contractor and constructor of D. R. G. railway 12 years; carpenter; miner and civil engineer.

Sources:

Holdaway, Logan Gilbert

(son of Shadrach Holdaway and Lucinda Haws of Provo, Utah). Born August 1, 1859. Provo, Utah.

Married:Mary Blair March 18, 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter of Seth Millington Blair and Sarah Texanna East of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1850). She was born October 1, 1859.
Their children:
  1. Dora born August 8, 1881, died;
  2. Ethel born March 21, 1883;
  3. Etna Neal born March 6, 1884, married Ernest Foulger;
  4. LeRoy Logan born August 17, 1886;
  5. Emma Sarah born January 26, 1889;
  6. Helen born November 1, 1890, married Ernest Pierce;
  7. Willmarth born December 25, 1893;
  8. Seth Millington, died;
  9. Mary B. born September 6, 1897.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Deputy county assessor of Utah county several terms. Real estate, insurance and loans; carpenter and builder.

Sources:

Holdsworth, Jonas

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Thomas Holdsworth, born June 13, 1788, and Nancy Bibby, born June 26, 1794, in England). Born May 22, 1821, Leeds, Yorkshire, England. Came to Utah 1862.

Married:Dorothy Harriet Brook 1852 (daughter of Richard Brook and Ann Doe). She was born December 9, 1825.
Their children:
  1. Thomas born April 20, 1853;
  2. John born March 20, 1855;
  3. Elizabeth born April 8, 1859, married James G. Gray December 29, 1877;
  4. Harriet born September 22, 1864;
  5. Jonas born September 22, 1864, married Harriet Bahr August 3, 1896;
  6. Martha Ann born July 23, 1866, married Joseph E. Dorton December 3, 1884;
  7. Sarah Jane born November 10, 1869.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

High priest. Tanner.

Sources:

Holdsworth, Jonas

(son of Jonas Holdsworth and Dorothy Harriet Brook). Born September 22, 1864, Lehi, Utah.

Married:Harriet Bahr August 3, 1896, Lehi (daughter of William Bahr and Harriet Jackson). She was born February 12, 1875, Salem, Utah,
Their children:
  1. William J. born July 3, 1897;
  2. Alice born June 23, 1899;
  3. Hazel born January 3, 1903;
  4. Louis B. born February 9, 1907.

Family home Lehi, Utah.

Sources:

Holland, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of William Holland, born 1802, died 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois, and Sarah Tomlinson of Barton-under-Needwood, Staffordshire, England). Born March 23, 1836, in England. Came to Utah October, 1850.

Married:Mary Burton (daughter of James and Isabelle Burton). She was born February 26, 1844, pioneer 1855, died January 15, 1874.
Their children:
  1. John William born October 25, 1861, married Anna Stucker March 7, 1901;
  2. Sarah Isabella born September 8, 1863, died 1864;
  3. Hyrum Thomas born July 15, 1865;
  4. Joseph born October 29, 1867;
  5. James Heber born Oct, 3, 1869;
  6. Christopher born November 7, 1871.

Family resided Weber County, Utah, fifty years, and Lorenzo, Idaho.

Sources:

Holland, John William

(son of John Holland and Mary Burton). Born October 25, 1861. Ogden, Utah.

Married:Anna Stucker March 7, 1901, Salt Lake City (daughter of John and Elizabeth Stucker of Switzerland; former came to Utah 1900). She was born June 10, 1882.
Their children:
  1. Dora born January 19, 1902;
  2. Pearl Irene born June 19, 1908;
  3. Lila Isabelle born March 30, 1913.
Sources:

Holley, Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

Born April 3, 1828, Hereford, England. Came to Utah 1854, Thomas Thomas company.

Married:Ann Hutchins 1859, Slaterville, Utah (daughter of William Hutchins and Anne Putman, former died at St. Louis, Missouri, latter came to Utah 1853, locating at Slaterville, Utah). She was born September, 1829.
Their children:
  1. Henry, married Amanda Knight;
  2. John, married Margret Ellen Kelly;
  3. Edwin, married Samantha Parry;
  4. William C., married Annie Jensen;
  5. Annie Edith, married William A. Taylor;
  6. Lucy, married Chris Lee.

Family home Slaterville, Utah.

Grocery and dry goods merchant. Farmer.

Sources:

Holley, John

(son of Henry Holley and Ann Hutchins). Born May 29, 1862, Slaterville, Utah.

Married:Margret Ellen Kelly December 19, 1881, Ogden, Utah (daughter of George Kelly and Mary Ann Slater of Slaterville, Utah, pioneers 1850, contingent of Mormon Battalion). She was born September 18, 1862.
Their children:
  1. Edith Ann born November 29, 1883, married Joseph C. Westwood;
  2. Nellie born November 13, 1886, married Joseph P. Bailey;
  3. John C. born October 5, 1890;
  4. Lincoln James born January 5, 1894;
  5. Margerite born March 19, 1897;
  6. Henry George born February 25, 1901;
  7. Louis Edwin born June 25, 1904.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Elder. City councilman 1907-12. Engaged in wholesale produce.

Sources:

Holliday, George T.

(son of Thomas M. Holliday and Ann H. Mathews of Santaquin, Utah). Born January 10, 1867, at San Bernardino, California.

Married:Alveretta C. Jones September 18, 1879, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas E. Jones and Mary Ann Males). She was born January 4, 1857, at Kaysville. Davis County, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Mary A. born September 17, 1880, married Osbourn Richins;
  2. George T. born August 10, 1882, married Annie Thomson;
  3. James E. born February 9, 1886, died;
  4. Effie A. born October 1, 1887, died child;
  5. Catherine M. born December 15, 1889.

Family home Salt Lake City, 17th ward.

Sources:

Holliday, John

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(parents South Carolinians). Born in South Carolina. Came to Utah July 29, 1847, William Crosby company.

Married:Catherine B. Higgins 1822 in South Carolina (parents Carolinians).
Their children:
  1. Susannah F., died infant;
  2. Luticia H., married Alleia Smithson;
  3. Katherine born, married Braxtox Acres;
  4. John D., married Mahala Matthews;
  5. Sarah Ann, married Porter Dowdle;
  6. Keren Happuich, married Thomas Bingham;
  7. David, married Henriet Taylor;
  8. Keziah, married Henry Boyle;
  9. Thomas, married Ann Matthews;
  10. Lenernorah, died child.

Family home Santaquin, Utah.

Elder; missionary to San Bernardino, California, 1851-59. Farmer. Resides Santaquin, Utah.

Sources:

Hollist, Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of William Hollist and Elizabeth Draby of Amberly, Sussex, England). Born March 2, 1816, Amberly. Came to Utah September 13, 1861, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Elizabeth Chandler December 25, 1837, Dorking, Surrey, England. (daughter of William Chandler and Hannah Taylor of Buckland, England). She was born March 31, 1806.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born February 14, 1842, married John H. Stinger October 1, 1859;
  2. William C., died November 11, 1846;
  3. Deborah born July 25, 1846, married Eli Manning March 24, 1865.

Family home Farmington.

Married:Frances Berry November 1865, Salt Lake City (daughter of Richard Berry and Sarah Randals), who was born November 17, 1835, Cookfield, Sussex, England.
Their children:
  1. Henry William born August 18, 1867, married Rachel D. Lovesy January 1, 1896;
  2. John T. born November 12, 1870, married Nancy Oviatt March 8, 1890.

Family home Farmington.

Sunday school teacher 1865-70; president branch of church at Omaha, Nebraska, and also in England. Died 1870.

Sources:

Holman, James S.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Jonathan Holman). Born September 17, 1805, Templeton, Massachusetts. Came to Utah 1847, Franklin D. Richards company.

Married:Naomi R. Le Baron, who was born October 7, 1816.
Their children:
  1. James A.;
  2. Harriet N.;
  3. Sarah M.;
  4. Zilpha;
  5. Susan A.;
  6. Sanford;
  7. Silas William;
  8. Emma Jane;
  9. David E.;
  10. Charles S.;
  11. Lydia born;
  12. Isaac Lester.

Bishop at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. Died June 21, 1873, Holden, Millard county, Utah.

Sources:

Holman, Isaac Lester

(son of James S. Holman and Naomi R. Le Baron). Born December 21, 1859, Fountain Green, Utah.

Married:Phoebe Kenney February 21, 1883, Salt Lake City (daughter of John Kenney and Elizabeth Bennett), who was born January 11, 1867.
Their children:
  1. Lester E. born October 7, 1885;
  2. James W. born December 30, 1887;
  3. Benjamin Earl W. born December 18, 1889;
  4. Clarence born December 4, 1892;
  5. Elizabeth born September 28, 1894;
  6. Leona born March 15, 1897;
  7. Rulon born March 31, 1900;
  8. Naomi Grace born November 21, 1902;
  9. Vivian born January 22, 1905;
  10. Raymon K. born June 27, 1907;
  11. Rea Mabel born July 11, 1909;
  12. Emma Kathleen born July 31, 1911.

Seventy; ward teacher. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holman, James A.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of James S. Holman, pioneer 1847, and Naomi Le Baron of Illinois). Born 1836 in Pennsylvania. Came to Utah in 1848 with Lorenzo Snow.

Married:Sarah Mathis November 30, 1857, Payson, Utah (daughter of Isaac Mathis and Elizabeth Mathis of Payson). She came to Utah in 1852 with Charles C. Rich, who was born December 7, 1837.
Their children:
  1. James I., married Lucy Johnson;
  2. Jane, married Appollos Benjamin Walker;
  3. John A., married Fannie Coombs;
  4. David W., married Mary Hanson;
  5. Nancy, married John Low;
  6. Parley, married Mary Lewellyn;
  7. Warren, married Mary E. Jackson;
  8. Robert, married Mary Brown;
  9. Naomi, married Joseph Huggins;
  10. Ray, married Catherine Brown.

High priest. Railroad contractor. Was present at the time of the driving of the golden spike which connected the Southern Pacific and the Union Pacific. Indian war veteran. Farmer.

Sources:

Holman, John Greenleaf

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joshua Sawyer Holman and Rebecca Greenleaf, of Kirtland, Ohio). He was born October 18, 1828, Genessee county, New York. Came to Utah September 19, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married:Nancy Clark August 23, 1849, Kanesville, Iowa (daughter of Richard Clark and Annie Lizzie Shafer of Indiana, pioneers September 13, 1850, Bailey Lake company). She was born February 26, 1829.
Their children:
  1. John Dennis born September 2, 1851;
  2. Artemus born September 25, 1852, married Annie M. Rawlings;
  3. Nancy Elizabeth born November 25, 1854, married Joseph E. Thorne;
  4. John Clark born November 8, 1857, married Mary Ann Openshaw;
  5. Rebecca born January 17, 1861, married George T. Tomlinson;
  6. Marie Josephine born January 14, 1862, married Samuel Green;
  7. Clarinda born October 10, 1867;
  8. Benjamin Franklin born December 26, 1869, married Margaret Harvey;
  9. Lewis Clark born July 30, 1873, married Myrtle Groo.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Rachel Stevens February 3, 1856, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Stevens), who was born December 1, 1835.
Their children:
  1. Rachel Marinda born March 6, 1858, married George Holladay, Jr.;
  2. Chastina born November 30, 1859, married John Walker;
  3. Joshua Stevens born February 6, 1862, married Kate Nielsen;
  4. Ordell born September 27, 1866, married Peter Johnson, Jr.;
  5. William Rielly born October 8, 1868, married Lizzy Foster, October 8, 1892, Fillmore, Millard county;
  6. Sarah Ellen born September 27, 1871, married Jesse M. Harmon;
  7. Elinora born September 19, 1873, married German Buchanan.

Family home Pleasant Grove.

Married:Sarah Harris (Loder).
Their children:
  1. Zilpha Ann;
  2. Jane;
  3. Albert;
  4. Ezekiel.

Family home Pleasant Grove.

Member city council. Bishop’s counselor for a number of years; missionary to England 1862-65. Called to Fort Bridger in 1856 to build Fort Supply. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Indian war veteran. Moved from Pleasant Grove to Santaquin in 1878, and from there moved to Rexburg, Idaho, in 1883. Member city council, Pleasant Grove. Died November 6, 1888, Rexburg, Idaho.

Sources:

Holman, Artemus

(son of John Greenleaf Holman and Nancy Clark). Born September 25, 1852, Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Married:Annie Marie Rawlings December 2, 1877, Provo, Utah (daughter of Eber B. Rawlings and Ann Skinner of England, pioneers 1860). She was born February 27, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Artemus Ezekial born June 19, 1879, married Luella Patten;
  2. George Eber born July 16, 1882, married Alice Thorton;
  3. Annie Edith born June 7, 1884, married Marten Monson;
  4. John Henry born March 29, 1886, died January 1, 1888;
  5. Willard Rawlings born May 26, 1888, married Nellie Dorothy McQuivey;
  6. Leroy Benjamin born August 22, 1890, died November 20, 1891;
  7. Clarinda born July 11, 1892;
  8. Tursey Nancy born August 5, 1894, died;
  9. Ora Velma born March 3, 1896;
  10. Charles Milton born March 13, 1899;
  11. Ida Mame born August 9, 1901.

Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

Road supervisor at Pleasant Grove. Early freighter; worked on railroad in Echo and Weber canyons; farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holmes, Jonathan H.

Note

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

(son of Nathaniel Holmes and Sarah Harriman of Georgetown. Essex county, Massachusetts). Born March 11, 1806, Georgetown. Came to Utah 1848 with a division of the Mormon Battalion.

Married:Marrietta Carter.
Their children:
  1. Sarah E., married Mr. Weaver;
  2. Mary Emma, died infant.
Married:Elvira Anna Cowles at Nauvoo, Illinois, who was born June 13, 1813.
Their children:
  1. Marrietta born July 17, 1849, married Job Welling May 12, 1866;
  2. Phoebe Louisa born February 5, 1861, married Job Welling December 21, 1868;
  3. Emma Lucinda born February 1, 1866, married Job Welling April 28, 1875.

Member Mormon Battalion. Died 1881, Farmington, Utah.

Sources:

Holmes, Henry

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1853.

(son of John Holmes and Mary Ann White). Born May 8, 1837, Hochliffe, Bedfordshire, England. Came to Utah 1853.

Married:Ellen Anderson March 21, 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter of William and Elizabeth Anderson).
Their children:
  1. Henry J.;
  2. William R.;
  3. Elizabeth A.;
  4. Heber C.;
  5. Mary E.;
  6. Milton C.;
  7. Margaret;
  8. Lamonia.
Sources:

Holroyd, Thomas Edward

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of Richard Holroyd and Hannah Hebden of Halifax, Yorkshire, England). Born January 7, 1820, at Halifax. Came to Utah September 16, 1861, Joseph Horne company.

Married:Dinah Williams January 2, 1846, Everton, Lancastershire, England. (daughter of Robert Williams and Anne Pugh of Mynarrah, Denbighshire, North Wales). She was born November 14, 1814.
Their children:
  1. Richard, died infant;
  2. Mary Hebden, married James Moroni Thomas;
  3. Robert Williams, married Mary Emeline Eggleston;
  4. Ellen Taylor, married Joseph Argyle;
  5. Thomas, died infant;
  6. Dinah, died child;
  7. Hannah Sutcliffe, married Jesse Franklin Brown;
  8. Anne Pugh, married Alma Duffin Chambers;
  9. Elizabeth Smith, died infant.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

High priest. Merchant and tailor. Died May 27, 1888, Ogden, Utah.

Sources:

Holt, Robert

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of John Holt and Eleanor Newman). Born December 27, 1802, Broadwindsor, Dorsetshire, England. Came to Utah October 3, 1863. Daniel D. McArthur company.

Married:Mary Ann Toms (daughter of Matthew and Gathethood Toms), who was born July 16, 1799.
Their children:
  1. Ellen G., married Jesse Vincent;
  2. Matthew, married Ann Harrison;
  3. Edward David, married Emma Billings;
  4. Francis, married Elizabeth Baker;
  5. William, married Jane Mabey;
  6. Albert, married Maria Mabey.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Weaver and gardener. Died March 20, 1881, South Jordan, Utah.

Sources:

Holt, Matthew

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1863.

(son of Robert Holt, born December 27, 1802, and Mary A. Tomes, born 1803, Britport, England). Born December 23, 1828, at Britport. Came to Utah October 3, 1863, Daniel D. McArthur company.

Married:Ann Harrison May 9, 1851, Dorchester, England. (daughter of Thomas Harrison and Harriet Hann). She was born August 3, 1827, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Ellen G. born March 10, 1859, married Gordon S. Bills September 27, 1876;
  2. William M. born May 7, 1861, married Anna Hemmingsen December 21, 1904;
  3. Rosa Ann born August 31, 1863, married Samuel H. Howard December 2, 1891;
  4. Arthur J. born December 10, 1866, married Catherine Beckstead July 15, 1886;
  5. Samuel E. born August 30, 1868, married Geneva Beckstead August 16, 1893;
  6. Edward H. born June 1, 1872, married Edith Holdaway June 26, 1896.

Family home South Jordan, Utah.

High priest. Settled on west side of Jordan River. Assisted in building the canals in Salt Lake county. Sunday school superintendent; ward teacher. Farmer.

Sources:

Holt, William M.

(son of Matthew Holt and Ann Harrison). Born May 7, 1861, Britport, England.

Married:Emma Thatcher at Salt Lake City. She died September 1890.
Married:Anna J. Hemmingsen December 21, 1904, Logan, Utah (daughter of Peter and Christina Hemmingsen). She was born November 8, 1879.
Their children:
  1. Ann born December 3, 1905;
  2. Essie born May 13, 1907;
  3. Arnold W. born May 2, 1908;
  4. Hyrum P. born June 20, 1909;
  5. Ida born October 30, 1911.

Missionary to southern states 1893-96. High priest. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holt, Samuel E.

(son of Matthew Holt and Ann Harrison). Born August 30, 1868, South Jordan, Utah.

Married:Margaret G. Beckstead August 16, 1893, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Henry B. Beckstead and Catherine M. Egbert). She was born April 2, 1874, South Jordan, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Samuel Adelbert born February 22, 1895;
  2. Ivy G. born November 23, 1896;
  3. Oral Ann born February 9, 1899;
  4. Verda C. born December 21, 1901;
  5. Rosamond born December 15, 1903;
  6. Mabel born September 21, 1905;
  7. Byrum Matthew born December 11, 1907;
  8. Reola born October 6, 1909;
  9. Allen Leslie born October 12, 1912.

Missionary to Missouri 1899 and 1900; first counselor to Bishop Blake eight years. Bishop of South Jordan ward 1911. Farmer and stockraiser.

Sources:

Holt, Edward David

(son of Robert Holt and Mary Ann Toms). Born May 23, 1839, at Broadwindsor, England. Came to Utah with his parents.

Married:Emma Billings March 10, 1895, Salt Lake City (daughter of William Billings and Emily Chesson, of Norfolk, England), who was born May 8, 1849.
Their children:
  1. Emma Mary Ann born May 13, 1866, married James A. Oliver;
  2. Mary Ellen born June 6, 1867, married Erastus B. Farmer;
  3. Edward David, Jr. born August 15, 1868, married Sarah E. Jackson;
  4. Annie Jane born August 26, 1870, married Byron H. Beckstead;
  5. Robert Newman born December 8, 1871, married Hannah Wardle;
  6. Elizabeth Abigail born February 27, 1873, married Milton H. Henderson;
  7. William Billings born February 20, 1874, married Effie Sellus;
  8. Alma Matthew born November 11, 1875 died March 6, 1878;
  9. Albert John born February 3, 1878, died March, 1878;
  10. Jesse Henry born July 10, 1879, married Eva Porter;
  11. Olive Blanche born January 16, 1884, died July 16, 1889;
  12. Rosa Alberta born August 14, 1885, died March 26, 1886;
  13. Joseph Hyrum born January 29, 1887, married Nancy Knoffell;
  14. Victor Chesson born April 14, 1894.

Family home South Jordan, Utah.

Senior president 93d quorum seventies; ward clerk. Farmer. Died October 24, 1900, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Holt, Albert

(son of Robert Holt and Mary Ann Toms of Broadwindsor, Dorsetshire, England). Born July 23, 1841, at Broadwindsor. Came to Utah September, 1861, independent company.

Married:Maria Mabey October, 1862, Salt Lake City (daughter of Thomas Mabey and Esther Chalker of Loscombe, Dorsetshire, England, pioneers October 6, 1862, Ansel P. Harmon company). She was born December 23, 1838.
Their children:
  1. John, married Mary Ann Soffe;
  2. Albert Francis;
  3. Mary Ann;
  4. Thomas Mabey, married Bertha Chipman;
  5. Robert Mabey, married Edna Palmer;
  6. Joseph Mabey, married Emma M. Stocking November 28, 1894;
  7. Celestine;
  8. Lawrence Ackerman;
  9. Samuel;
  10. Maria Annie;
  11. Mathew Eugene, married Louie Gardner;
  12. Royal Ernest, married Edith Beckstead;
  13. Florence Maria, married Delos Gardner.

Family home South Jordan, Utah.

High Priest; missionary to England 1885-86; Sunday school superintendent. School trustee. Contractor; farmer. Died September 29, 1907, at South Jordan, Utah.

Sources:

Holt, Joseph Mabey

(son of Albert Holt and Maria Mabey). Born January 20, 1872, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Emma Margaret Stocking November 28, 1894, at Salt Lake City (daughter of Ensign Israel Stocking and Elizabeth Ellen Arnold of South Jordan, Utah, pioneers September 1849). She was born February 6, 1876.

Family home South Jordan, Utah.

Member 95th quorum seventies; high priest; member stake high council; missionary to southern states 1899-1901; assistant stake Sunday school superintendent. Member Utah legislature 1909 and 1910; justice of peace; school trustee. Merchant; farmer.

Sources:

Holt, John

(son of Albert Holt and Marie Mabey).

Married:Mary Soffe January 1878, Salt Lake City (daughter of George L. and Mary N. Softe of Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah, pioneers 1861). She was born January 4, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Virginia, married D. R. Coombs;
  2. Louise;
  3. Daisy, married C. L. King;
  4. Claudia;
  5. John A.;
  6. Mable;
  7. Glenn;
  8. Leland.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Contractor.

Sources:

Holyoak, Guy

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Isaac Holyoak and Ann Bird of Worcestershire, England). Born January 17, 1799, in Worcestershire. Came to Utah October, 1854. Dr. Rich company.

Married:Sarah Green of Mosely Ware, Green Common, near Birmingham, England. (daughter of Daniel Green and Edith Hopkins of that place), who was born July, 1798, and died in 1854, while crossing the plains of Nebraska.
Their children:
  1. William;
  2. Mary, married John Knowles;
  3. George;
  4. Ann, died on plains;
  5. Daniel, died;
  6. Sarah, married Joseph James;
  7. Henry born March 5, 1839, married Sarah A. Robinson;
  8. Hannah, married William LeFevre December 25, 1856.

Family home Parowan, Utah.

Died 1882, Parowan.

Sources:

Holyoak, Henry

(son of George Holyoak and Sarah Green). Born March 6, 1839, Worcestershire, England.

Married:Sarah A. Robinson January 29, 1869 (daughter of John R. Robinson, born March 6, 1815, Yorkshire, England, and Alice Cupp, died at Council Bluffs; former a pioneer 1852), who was born December 22, 1842, Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Sarah Ann born October 27, 1865, died;
  2. Alice Jane born January 25, 1869, married J. C. Thompson;
  3. Henry John born October 29, 1871, married Hattie Luetz;
  4. Mary Luellen born January 17, 1873, married A. J. Young;
  5. Eliza Ellen born April 1, 1876, married John McConkie;
  6. Albert Daniel born September 1, 1879;
  7. Richard James born March 16, 1882, died.

Family resided Parowan and Moab, Utah.

Sources:

Hone, George

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1866.

(son of George Hone of Warmington, England). Born March 10, 1810, at Warmington. Came to Utah May 30, 1866, Daniel Thomson company.

Married:Mary Boss (daughter of William Hoseman and Mary Boss), who was born August 7, 1813 pioneer 1866, Daniel Thomson company.
Their children:
  1. Sarah A., married William Chitham;
  2. David born July 3, 1837;
  3. Sarah Adams;
  4. George born January 24, 1840, married Jane Mills;
  5. Emma, married George Evans;
  6. Caleb, married Alice Taylor;
  7. Mary Jane born September 18, 1847, married Thomas Herbert;
  8. Joshua born May 30, 1861, married Susan Losser;
  9. Henry born April 16, 1856, married Rebecca Mills.

Family resided Provo and Benjamin, Utah.

Sources:

Hone, Henry

(son of George Hone and Mary Boss). Born April 30, 1856, Fonsil, near Coventry, England.

Married:Rebecca Mills (daughter of Thomas Mills and Ann Clegg; former came to Utah in 1874, Captain Birch company, the latter died in England). She was born July 3, 1856, Bedford, Lancaster, England.
Their children:
  1. Henrietta born September 3, 1876, married George William June 29, 1898;
  2. Charley H. born June 28, 1878, married Alena Ludlow;
  3. Mabel Florence born October 10, 1880, married Jessie Ludlow;
  4. Edward born December 23, 1882;
  5. Edith born May 16, 1885;
  6. Lucy born June 2, 1887;
  7. Arthur born June 9, 1889, married Ida Tietjen January 1, 1909;
  8. Pearl born January 15, 1892;
  9. Norman F. born December 11, 1894;
  10. Wilford W. born March 1, 1897;
  11. Arlyin born May 10, 1903.

Family home Benjamin, Utah.

Judge of election in Benjamin.

Sources:

Hooton, Joseph Rayner

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1858.

(son of Peter Hooton and Catherine Beswick, born 1827. Bolton, England. Came to Utah 1858, Smith and Amies company). Born May 21, 1851, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Mary Jane Parkingson October 11, 1875 (daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Mary A. M. Bryant; former came to Utah with Captain Limans company). She was born October 16, 1855, San Bernardino, California.

Family home Beaver, Utah.

Married:Lucy A. Jensen May 17, 1882, St. George, Utah (daughter of Jens L. Jensen and Ingra Pearson, who were married in Salt Lake City). She was born in 1865, at Mt. Pleasant, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Joseph R. born April 4, 1883, married Elmora Nielson December 13, 1909;
  2. Ephraim Levan born May 24, 1888, married Ednia Bates June 19, 1911;
  3. James Earl born October 29, 1895;
  4. Walter Ambrose born August 16, 1898.

Sunday school superintendent 1893-1907. Postmaster 12 years; precinct justice of the peace 10 years; road supervisor in Sevier county for 25 years. Lumberman.

Sources:

Hoover, John Whitmer

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1851.

(son of Abraham Hoover and Mary E. Adair of Bridgeport, Pennsylvania). Born November 13, 1834. Came to Utah 1851. Captain Homer company.

Married:Mary Elizabeth Coursa December 23, 1865, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Coursa and Mary Moore; former died near Nauvoo, Illinois). She was born September 30, 1839, came to Utah September 1849, Howard Egan company.
Their children:
  1. John Whitmer, married Margret Naomi Park;
  2. Mary, married James Snyder;
  3. Agnes, married Louis Meacham;
  4. William, married Sarah Cook;
  5. Upton James, married Barbara Loveless;
  6. Joseph, Diantha, both died;
  7. Florence, married George Swan;
  8. Webster, married Ruby Holdaway;
  9. Elsie;
  10. Frank, married Eugene Noyse;
  11. Mertice, married John Russell.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Miller. Died May 29, 1902, at Provo, Utah.

Sources:

Hoover, John Whitmer

(son of John Whitmer Hoover and Mary Elizabeth Coursa). Born December 2, 1857, at Springville, Utah.

Married:Margret Naomi Park January 8, 1880, at Salt Lake City (daughter of John Park and Louisa Smith of Provo, Utah, pioneers October 1847, Edward Hunter company). She was born May 13, 1868.
Their children:
  1. John Whitmer III born October 25, 1880, married Emma Brown;
  2. Albert Andrew born November 22, 1883, married Hazel Emily Carter;
  3. Margaret Floss born November 17, 1886, married Don R. Davis;
  4. William Ralph born July 6, 1890;
  5. Joseph Roy born July 5, 1890, died;
  6. Ferris Webster born June 26, 1892;
  7. Glen Park born August 29, 1896;
  8. Jean Arvill born May 8, 1898;
  9. Reed Park born December 22, 1900;
  10. Mary Louisa born August 12, 1905.

Family home Provo, Utah.

Elder. City councilman of Provo. Miller.

Sources:

Horman, Charles

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1868.

(son of Charles Herman, born 1800, and Mary Gallichan, born about 1802, on Isle of Jersey). He was born March 3, 1825, Isle of Jersey. Came to Utah September 16, 1868, John Gillespie company.

Married:Margaret De La Haye, widow of William Powell (daughter of Francis De La Haye and Nancy Le Merchant, the latter a pioneer of September 15, 1868, John Gillespie company). She was born February 16, 1828, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Charles D. born June 18, 1864;
  2. Francis D. born October 6, 1855, married Thecla Lindholm November 17, 1886;
  3. Mary D. born July 18, 1859, married Arnald Cooner;
  4. Edmund D. born December 25, 1860, married Martha Smith;
  5. George D. born July 31, 1863, married Floranda Vowles;
  6. Ann D. born October 3, 1866, married Ed. Green William D. born May 26, 1870, died;
  7. Thomas D. born November 7, 1871 married Sarah Ann Vowles May 11, 1891.

Dentist; shoemaker; farmer.

Sources:

Horman, Francis D.

(son of Charles Horman and Margaret De La Haye). Born October 6, 1855, lona, Idaho.

Married:Thecla Lindholm November 17, 1886, Logan, Utah (daughter of Carl Eric and Johanna Lindholm), who was born January 29, 1868, Tooele City, Utah.
Their children:
  1. Francis L. born November 19, 1887;
  2. Clara L. born March 31, 1889, married Joseph C. Moss December 18, 1907;
  3. Albert L. born August 26, 1891;
  4. Lulu L. born February 25, 1893;
  5. Maud L. born November 1, 1895;
  6. Ross L. born April 18, 1898;
  7. Charles L. born April 13, 1900;
  8. Johanna L. born May 6, 1901;
  9. Martha L. born November 19, 1903;
  10. Phyllis L. born May 8, 1906;
  11. Merrill L. born June 10, 1908;
  12. Leroy L. born March 12, 1912.

Manager of lona Coal & Lumber Yard, lona, Idaho. Justice of the peace of lona precinct.

Sources:

Horne, Joseph

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1847.

(son of Joseph Horne and Maria Maidens of London, England. Settled near Toronto, Canada, 1818). He was born January 17, 1812, London. Came to Utah October 5, 1847, captain of fifty in Edward Hunter company.

Married:Mary Isabella Hales May 9, 1836 (daughter of Stephen Hales of England), who was born November 20, 1818, Rainham, England, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Mary Ann (twin) born January 22, 1837, died infant;
  2. Robert (twin) both died infant;
  3. Henry James born July 24, 1838, married Mary Ann Crismon July 24, 1860;
  4. William Joseph born 1840, died infant;
  5. Joseph Smith born May 14, 1842, married Lydia Ann Weiler November 7, 1868;
  6. Richard Stephen born July 9, 1844, married Lizzie Price 1868;
  7. Elizabeth Ann born June 3, 1846, married Edward M. Webb;
  8. Leonora Taylor born January 16, 1849, married George born Spencer;
  9. Julia Maria born August 12, 1851, married William S. Burton;
  10. Mary Isabella born November 9, 1853, died;
  11. John Parley (twin of Mary Isabella), married Sophronia Spencer;
  12. Permelia Eliza born December 9, 1855, married David W. James;
  13. Cornelia Harriet (twin of Permelia Eliza), married James L. Clayton;
  14. Martha Jane born October 15, 1857, married Joseph S. Tingey;
  15. Clara Ella born April 5, 1861, married Henry C. James.

Family resided Farr West, Missouri, Nauvoo, Illinois, and Salt Lake City.

Married:Mary Shepard November 30, 1855, Salt Lake City.
Their children:
  1. Annie Elizabeth born January 1, 1857, died infant;
  2. William Joseph born January 1, 1859, married Lorilla Little;
  3. Edward born July 25, 1862, died infant;
  4. George Henry born November 5, 1864, married Alice Merrill;
  5. Emma Eliza born November 9, 1866, died Infant;
  6. Thomas Richard born July 5, 1868, married Etta Murphy;
  7. Fred Andrew born December 29, 1870, died Infant;
  8. Albert Shepard born November 25, 1872, married Alice Saunders;
  9. Margaret Nettie born June 12, 1875, married Alexander Pyper;
  10. Lillian Mary born May 12, 1880, married Mr. Woolley.

Was in the troubles in Missouri and Nauvoo, Illinois. Left Nauvoo February, 1846, captain of 50 crossing the plains. Aided in exploring San Pete, Sevier, Piute and Iron counties; built the first log cabin in Parowan. School trustee, bishop’s counselor; Sunday school superintendent; high priest, high counselor patriarch. Justice of peace; city councilman and city watermaster. Captain of immigrant trains in 1862 and 1863. Superintended labor on temple block 1854-58. Spring of 1858, went in charge of a company of men to make cotton farms on Rio Virgin River. Died April 27, 1897.

Sources:

Horne, Joseph Smith

(son of Joseph Horne and Mary Isabella Hales). Born May 14, 1842, Nauvoo, Illinois.

Married:Lydia Ann Weller November 7, 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob Weiler and Annie Maria Malin), who was born September 20, 1844, Nauvoo, Illinois.
Their children:
  1. Annie Maria born October 13, 1869, married Marquis L. Bean November 12, 1890;
  2. Joseph Leo born September 10, 1871, married Flora D. Bean;
  3. Lydia Isabella born August 22, 1875, married Thomas Yates;
  4. Jacob Weiler born August 15, 1878, died February 13, 1895.

Family resided Gunnison and Richfield, Utah. Settled at Salt Lake City 1847; moved to Gunnison 1868, to Richfield 1878.

Ordained a teacher 1858; elder 1860; seventy 1864; high priest and bishop August, 1878; missionary to Switzerland 1865-68 and again in 1876, where he presided over the Swiss and German mission; was called to take charge of Gunnison ward 1868, and presided there eight years; bishop Richfield second ward 1878, 15 years; Sunday school superintendent; stake tithing clerk; counselor to William H. Seegmiller, president of Sevier stake, 1894, for 16 years; patriarch. County superintendent of schools; city councilman; mayor. First to establish undertaking business in Sevier county.

Sources:

Horrocks, Edward

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Mormon Pioneer of 1857.

(son of John Horrocks and Alice Hulme of Bolton, Lancashire, England). Born 1806 at Bolton. Came to Utah September 12, 1857, Jesse B. Martin company.

Married:Alice Houghton (daughter of Samuel Houghton, born January 13, 1779. Ashton, England, and Betty Eaton, born August 2, 1780, died July 5, 1850, in England). She was born 1803 at Ashton, and died 1856 at Macclesfield, England.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born August 5, 1826, married Aaron Jackson and Mr. Kingsford;
  2. Martha born November 9, 1828, married Joseph Harrop;
  3. John born February 1831, and Sarah, died;
  4. Samuel born July 7, 1834, married Catherine Sarah Buckingham;
  5. Mary born September 11, 1836, married Nathaniel Leavitt April 4, 1857;
  6. Alice born March 3, 1841, married Charles Wood;
  7. Edward born May 4, 1843, died;
  8. Annie born May 4, 1845;
  9. Aaron born December 3, 1872, married Theresa Carter
  10. Mabel born May 25, 1876 married E. S. Rolapp October 19, 1894;
  11. Richard James born August 11, 1880, married Gertrude Tackett April 22, 1908.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Located at Ogden, where he engaged in the mercantile business, establishing the firm now known as Horrocks Bros.

Sources:

Horrocks, Edward G.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1856.

(son of John Horrocks and Mary Gregory of Macclesfield, Chestershire county, England). Born 1842 in England. Came to Utah 1856.

Married:Ida M. Johnson June 1873 at Salt Lake City (daughter of Charles Johnson and Mary Peterson of Sweden Came to Utah 1870). She was born August 15, 1856.
Their children:
  1. Ida, and Augusta, died;
  2. Mary, married William A. Lewis;
  3. Minnie, married Harvey P. Randall;
  4. Effie, married Charles R. McGreger.

Family home Ogden, Utah.

Elder. Died May 14, 1886.

Sources:

Horrocks, Samuel

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Mormon Pioneer of 1854.

(son of Edward Horrocks and Alice Houghton). Born July 7, 1834. Macclesfield, Cheshire, England. Came to Utah October 24, 1854, William A. Empey company.

Married:Catherine Sarah Buckingham January 23, 1853, Presbury, England. (daughter of William Henry Buckingham and Jane Ann Abbott), who was born November 19, 1834, London, England, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Samuel born October 10, 1854, died March 18, 1855;
  2. Elizabeth Ann born January 9, 1856, married Joseph Baxter February 9, 1874;
  3. Jane born March 28, 1858, married James E. Davis August 16, 1876;
  4. Catherine born March 22, 1860, died April 10, 1860;
  5. William Henry born August 22, 1861, died October 4, 1861;
  6. Mary born July 2, 1862, died same day;
  7. Martha born June 13, 1863, married H. H. Rolapp December 9, 1885;
  8. Alice born February 25, 1866, died same day
  9. Edward J. born February 14, 1867, married Adaline Dana August 15, 1888;
  10. Maria born April 24, 1870, died September 7, 1870;
  11. Joseph Aaron born December 3, 1872, married Theressa Carter March 27, 1890;
  12. Mabel born May 25, 1876, married E. S. Rolapp October 19, 1894;
  13. Richard James born August 11, 1880, married Gertrude Tackett April 22, 1908.

Located at Ogden where he engaged in the mercantile business, establishing the firm now known as Horrocks Bros.

Sources:

Horsley, Harry

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Mormon Pioneer of 1861.

(son of John Horsley and Susan Clements of Soham, Cambridgeshire, England). Born October 24, 1857, in London. Came to Utah September 13, 1861.

Married:Lois Hook September 2, 1865 (daughter of Richard Hook and Alice Saunders, pioneers 1860, handcart company). She was born September 6, 1848, and came to Utah with parents.
Their children:
  1. Lois M. born July 7, 1866;
  2. Henry D. born January 9, 1868;
  3. Harriet E. born August 29, 1869, married Eugene Lambourne 1893;
  4. Louis W. born November 11, 1871;
  5. Alice R. born April 27, 1873, married Edward Rushten 1900;
  6. Lilies P. born October 24, 1874, married Stephen Reed;
  7. Clements H. born August 10, 1876, married Florence Anderson 1904;
  8. Joseph H. born April 11, 1878;
  9. Susan M. born August 22, 1879, married Joseph Van Steeter;
  10. Permelia M. born June 6, 1881;
  11. Annie M. born May 24, 1883, married Richard Fletcher 1903;
  12. Gertrude born September 10, 1885;
  13. Eugene Ray born January 6, 1890;
  14. Ralph born December 28, 1892.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Married:Margaret L. Foreman July 16, 1907, Salt Lake City (daughter of Joseph Foreman and Margaret Jane Mousley, married 1845 at Centerville, Newcastle county, Delawar, pioneers of September 1867, Captain Hoffines oxteam company). She was born July 14, 1857, at Prairie Creek, Nebraska, and came to Utah with parents.

Went to St. George 1867 to help settle country.

Missionary to England 1900. Worked at Salt Lake theatre 16 years; motorman and conductor for Utah Light Company since October 11, 1889.

Sources:

Horsley, Herbert

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Mormon Pioneer of 1862.

(son of Thomas Horsley, born May 6, 1816, at Alcester, England, and Ann Maiden, born June 6, 1818, at Birmingham, England). He was born September 6, 1845, Alcester. Came to Utah November 1862. Henry W. Miller company.

Married:Sarah Edghill January 1864 (daughter of Thomas and Harriott Edghill, the latter a pioneer in 1863. John W. Wooley company). She was born July 23, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Thomas H. born February 22, 1865, married Louisa Lau;
  2. James M. born February 6, 1866, married Matilda Jensen;
  3. Harriett born September 22, 1867, married John Montrose;
  4. Elizabeth born February 19, 1869, married Hugh Dorrien;
  5. Sarah Ann born June 12, 1870, married D. H. Rowley;
  6. Sodine born March 13, 1872, married Jessie Moore;
  7. Laura born September 17, 1873, married W. G. Carr;
  8. George born January 18, 1876;
  9. Willard born October 9, 1876;
  10. Harry born June 30, 1878, married Ella Jensen;
  11. Sophia born January 24, 1880, married J. J. Hayes;
  12. Alice born July 9, 1882, married Brig. Skinner.
Married:Lucy Smith Skinner January 1, 1899, at Soda Springs, Idaho (daughter of William Smith and Mary Mole, the former a pioneer with Captain Seeley company). She was born August 18, 1867, at Bristol, England.
Their child:
  1. Mabel Lucy born March 20, 1901.

Seventy; missionary to Great Britain 1896-97, and also in 1906. Justice of the peace and notary public.

Sources:

Horsley, John P.

(son of Robert Horsley and Mary Ann Pickett of Rochester, England). Born February 16, 1844, coming to Utah with the first oxteam company.

Married:Frances Jane Mills March 3, 1864, at St. George and later Endowment House. Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of Thomas Mills, who lived at Bogner, Sussex county, England, until they came to Utah about 1860). She was born July 1, 1845.
Their children:
  1. Eliza Ann born February 24, 1865, married Henry G. Mills;
  2. Mary Ann born July 1, 1867, married John Joseph Rhodes;
  3. Lottie, died child;
  4. John P. born July 26, married Hannah Jenson;
  5. Rosetta born October 21, married Thomas H. Jones;
  6. Caroline, died;
  7. Agnes L. born September 12, married James Bearnsen;
  8. Robert Thomas died;
  9. Frances Jane born February 5, 1883, married Walker Shellenberger;
  10. Samuel Ensign, died;
  11. Jemima, married David Harris.

Family home Ferron, Utah.

Elder; home missionary. Called by Brig-ham Young three times to haul supplies for the people. Mason; farmer and stockraiser. Now living at Preston, White Pine county Nevada.

Sources:

Horton, Edmund

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Mormon Pioneer of 1860.

Came to Utah 1860, oxteam company.

Married:Maria ____.
Their children:
  1. John;
  2. Harriet;
  3. Ann, married Charles Machaw;
  4. Esther, married John Morehouse;
  5. Jane married George Edward Bench, Sr.;
  6. Eliza, married William Henry Stevens;
  7. Elijah, married Christie Frazier.

Family home Wanship, Utah.

Farmer and stockraiser. Died at Wanship, Utah.

Sources:

Hougaard, Rasmus H.

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

Came to Utah, 1848. Oxteam company.

Married:Mary Magdaline, in Denmark.
Their children:
  1. Peter, married Mary Steffisen;
  2. Kirstine;
  3. Johanna Maria, married William B. Richey;
  4. John H., married Petrea Petersen;
  5. Mary, married Jens Madsen;
  6. Louis H., married Jeredine Hougaard;
  7. Annie, married Robert Johnson.

Family home Manti, Utah.

Member 48th quorum seventies. Farmer. Died at Manti, Utah.

Sources:

Housley, George F.

Note

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

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(son of Charles Housley and Harriet Cook of Sutton Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, England). Born 1836 at Sutton Ashfield. Came to Utah 1856, Martin and Tyler handcart company.

Married:Myra Jacobinson at Salt Lake City, who was born 1844, and came to Utah with independent company.
Their children:
  1. Harriet born November 28, 1860, married Robert Wilson;
  2. Charlotte born April 1, 1863, married John C. Jackson;
  3. George J. born March 29, 1865, married Ida Obrey;
  4. Lewis born November 28, 1866, married Mona Singleton;
  5. Benjamin born March 28, 1871, married Paulina Allen;
  6. Julia born March 1, 1873, married James Farley;
  7. Elizabeth born September 16, 1875, married George Crapo;
  8. Nellie born February 16, 1876, married Andrew Hanson;
  9. Emma born August 15, 1878, married Dennis McNulty;
  10. Carrie born September 24, 1883, married James Squires.
Married:Mary Ann Buckley 1896, Logan, Utah (daughter of Edmund Buckley and Alice Grun, married 1859, Manchester, England; former a pioneer, Joseph W. Young company). She was born 1860 in Manchester, England.
Their children:
  1. George Jezu;
  2. Florence;
  3. Vilate.

Brought to Utah the paper that the first Deseret News was printed on. Made two return trips to bring immigrants to Utah. Indian scout and war veteran. Miller.

Sources:

Houston, Isaac

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Mormon Pioneer of 1850.

(son of Samuel Houston and Phoebe Mayo). Born October 15, 1799, in New Hampshire. Came to Utah 1850.

Married:Theodocia Keys July 19, 1827, who was born September 27, 1804.
Their children:
  1. Jane Mariah, married Mr. Alexander;
  2. Louisa died;
  3. Silson C., died;
  4. Emiline, married James W. Preston;
  5. Minderell, married Washburn Chipman;
  6. Alma, died;
  7. Isaac.

Family home Alpine, Utah.

Died August 23, 1856, at Alpine.

Sources:

Houston, James

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of John Houston and Mary Demster of Paisley, Scotland). Born June 1, 1817. Came to Utah 1848.

Married:Margaret Crawford August 1845 (daughter of James Crawford and Elizabeth Brown, former a pioneer Lorenzo Snow company). She was born March 1, 1825, and came to Utah with husband.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth born June 1, 1846, married Albert Delong;
  2. John born April 13, 1848;
  3. James born February 6, 1850, married Rebecca Lucy Cooper November 18, 1875; married Sarah Ann LeFevre April 22, 1881;
  4. Joseph born December 21, 1851, married Elizabeth Clark December 28, 1874;
  5. Thomas born September 6, 1853, married Christena R. Schow May 2, 1880;
  6. Margaret born December 1, 1885, married R. G. Clark December 28, 1874;
  7. Mary Demster born June, 1858; married Ira W. Thatch;
  8. Hyrum born September 9, 1860;
  9. Brigham born August 7, 1863.

Family home Salt Lake City until October 1861; then St. George until April 1873, and Panguitch since.

Counselor to bishop first ward Salt Lake City. Died January 3, 1863, St. George, Utah.

Sources:

Houston, James

(son of James Houston and Margaret Crawford). Born February 6, 1850, Salt Lake City.

Married:Rebecca Lucy Cooper November 18, 1875, Washington, Utah (daughter of William D. Cooper and Lydia Rochester), who was born January 10, 1855, in Georgia.
Their children:
  1. John Cooper born August 24, 1876, married Addle Asay;
  2. James William born July 22, 1878.
Married:Sarah Ann LeFevre April 22, 1881 (daughter of William LeFevre and Hannah Holyoak; former pioneer September 17, 1852, Captain Wood’s 6th company; latter October 2, 1854, Dr. Rich company). She was born September 20, 1860.
Their children:
  1. Alonzo born May 25, 1882;
  2. Lorin born November 14, 1887;
  3. William Wallace born November 17, 1889;
  4. Lucy Edna born March 18, 1892;
  5. James Marion born December 18, 1893;
  6. Ozro born July 4, 1896;
  7. Hannay Aza born August 27, 1898;
  8. David Crawford born April 13, 1901.

Family home Panguitch, Utah.

High councilor in Panguitch stake 1878; missionary to Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado 1880; missionary to Central States 1884-1885; counselor to Bishop Allen Miller and to president David Cameron of Panguitch stake 1900-08; became president Panguitch stake August 1, 1908. County selectman Iron and Garfield counties; commissioner Garfield county.

Sources:

Houtz, Christian

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Christian Houtz). Born July 16, 1805, near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah September 22, 1848 Lorenzo Snow company.

Married:Susan Pawling at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who was born June 19, 1811.
Their children:
  1. John S., married Elleanor Palmer;
  2. Elleanor, married Lorenzo Snow;
  3. Henry, married ____ Ensign
  4. Philip, married Sarah J. Hall;
  5. Watson, married Sophia Bonny;
  6. Levina died;
  7. Heber, killed by Indians;
  8. Lorenzo, died.

Family home High priest. Farmer. Died 1852, Salt Lake City.

Sources:

Houtz, J. S.

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Christian Houtz and Susan Pawling). Born 1833, in Pennsylvania. Came to Utah with father.

Sources:

Houtz, Philip

Note

Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Christian Houtz and Susan Pawling). Born September 13, 1838, Harrison county, Pennsylvania. Came to Utah with parents.

Married:Sarah Jane Hall May 1, 1856, Springville, Utah (daughter of Edward Hall and Nancy Elleanor Ballinger of Jamestown, Kentucky, pioneers September 2, 1850, David Evans company). She was born October 12, 1846.
Their children:
  1. Philip E. born September 23, 1865, married Elva J. Clyde;
  2. Christian W. born April 1, 1867, married Esther Waters;
  3. 3arah Rozina born June 11, 1869, married Alfred Whitehead;
  4. John T. born March 16, 1871, died;
  5. Nancy E. born March 16, 1871, died;
  6. Lettie May born December 23, 1872, married John T. Beardall;
  7. Susan Inzie born March 18, 1875, married George Russon;
  8. Mary Catherine born July 18, 1877 married Zuince King;
  9. Heber Hall born October 28, 1879;
  10. Esther born March 12, 1881, died;
  11. Pearl born April 16, 1884, married James Coombs;
  12. James Elvan born October 13, 1887, married May Metcalf.

Family home Springville, Utah.

Member 61st quorum seventies; high priest. Farmer.

Sources:

Houtz, Philip Edward

(son of Philip Houtz and Sarah Jane Hall). Born September 23, 1865, Springville, Utah.

Married:Elva Jane Clyde August 28, 1889, at Manti, Utah (daughter of William M. Clyde and Eliza McDonald of Springville). She was born April 11, 1868.
Their children:
  1. Vida born July 10, 1891, married G. Dell Wood;
  2. Clyde Ervine born February 16, 1893, died;
  3. Verian born January 11, 1896, died;
  4. Glenden E. born September 6, 1897;
  5. Karl G. born February 25, 1902;
  6. Ray C. born January 21, 1907.

Family home Springville.

Member 61st quorum seventies. County recorder; city recorder. Accountant.

Sources:

Houtz, Daniel D.

(son of Jacob Houtz and Bridget Daly). Born March 11, 1859, at Salt Lake City.

Married:Edna Lyman June 23, 1886, Logan, Utah (daughter of Francis M. Lyman and Rhoda Ann Taylor of San Bernardino, California). She was born September 8, 1866.
Their children:
  1. Martell born March 25, 1887;
  2. Zula born June 28, 1888, married Joseph W. Bishop;
  3. Rhoda born July 29, 1890;
  4. Elwood born May 24, 1892;
  5. Edith born April 12, 1894;
  6. Virginia born July 23, 1901;
  7. Maxime born March 6, 1903.

Family home Salt Lake City.

Seventy. Prosecuting attorney Tooele county; district attorney of 3d district two terms. Lawyer.

Sources:

Hovey, Joseph Grafton

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Mormon Pioneer of 1848.

(son of Thomas Hovey, born August 8, 1766, at Roxbury, Massachusetts, and Elizabeth Sever born January 31, 1770, at Brighton, Mass). Born November 17, 1812, at Middlesex county, Massachusetts. Came to Utah September 26, 1848, Brigham Young and Heber C. Kimball companies.

Married:Martha Ann Webster (daughter of Josiah and Hannah Webster), who was born in 1816.
Their children:
  1. Elizabeth W. born May 11, 1835;
  2. Martha J. born May 11, 1835;
  3. Grafton W. born January 11, 1838;
  4. Joseph G. born June 8, 1839, married Mary Ann Hulse, 1865;
  5. Thomas J. born December 17, 1842;
  6. George W. born June 14, 1844;
  7. Hannah A. born July 17, 1845.
Married:Sarah Baley December 23, 1847, at Winter Quarters, Iowa, who was born at Lowell, Massachusetts.
Their child:
  1. Sarah E. born October 18, 1850, married Luis Oviatt.
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