(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Ancestors and descendants of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen"

FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 

mil 



434503 

Salt Lake City Utah 1 0-Oct-2007 

ANCESTORS and DESCENDANTS 

of 

ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 



Compiled By 

Gerald R Fuller 
(Second Greatgrandson) 



Edited By 
Esther Fuller Dial 



Published By 
The Andrew Lee Allen Family Organization 



•.+ 



'73 

For Copying Information See Page 446 Qd'^''^ 



FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 
35 NORTH WEST TEMPLE ST 
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84150 






Copyright by 
GERALD RALPH FULLER 
1952 






^T^^Ib 



^ 



!□! 



Donated to the Family History Library by 



Terry S. Allen 



m 
m 

o 



I 



3" 



PREFACE 

This volume is divided into two parts. The first chapters contain the an- 
cestors and life stories of Andrew Lee Allen, his wife. Clarinda Knapp Allen, 
and tlieir children. The other chapters contain the descendants of each of 
their children who married and left descendants. The families of each of 
the married children of Andrew Lee Alien are listed by generations with the 
marking at the top of each page as to which generation is on that page. 

The ancestors were compiled by the author during a fifteen year period 
(1 933- 1 948). The descendants were compiled mainly during the years 1946 
to 1950 using a record compiled in 1890 by die family organization as a foun- 
dation. The family organization was dormant for fifty years (1895 -1945) ex- 
cept for smaller individual family organizations. 

A f the Charles Hopkins Allen Family reunion at Mesa, Arizona during the 
1946 Christmas holidays, it was decided to reorganize the Andrew Lee Allen 
Association and to compile his descendants. The family undertook the stupen- 
dous job of compiling the descendants. After five years of strenuous effort this 
was practically completed. Two newsletters were sent out during this period 
to aid in compiling this record. I regret being unable to publish a perfect re- 
cord of all Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen descendants but feel the in- 
formation collected is worth printing for the benefit of the coming generations, 

I sincerely wish to thank the following people for their assistance in gathering 
information and for financial aid in having these facts published: The Charles 
Hopkins A Hen Family Organization, The Levi Knapp Allen FamUy Organi- 
zation, Walter Allen. David K. Allenf Orlando Allen. SaphroniaRennaker. 
Solomon and Rachel Allefl, Vera Allen, Libbie Purser, Susie P. Allen, and 
Sarah Stoker. 








h 

ai 
< 

u 

w 
w 
a; 
o 

Q 

W 

cu 
z 

J 

<: 




5 
ALLEN 

<f^ CHARLES ALLEN, of Strawberry Bank (Portsmouth), N. H. , is first mentioned 
as a participant in the distribution of land to inhabitants "unto the year 1657". 
Whence he came does not yet appear. Provincial Court Records, 1667, page 
647, referto"Charles Allen aged40orthereabout3", and again in 1683, p, 411, 
"Charles Allen about 60 years old. " An average of these 2 items of record 
would establish his biith about £625, the year Charles I ascended the throne 
of England. The next record found of him is in 1667, when he was published 
and married to SUSANNA HUGGINS, (bapt. 6 Sept." 1640), dau. of John and 
Bridget Huggins of Hampton, N, H, 

This was the second marriage oi Charles, for in a deed conveying his lands 
and property in Greenland, N. H. to Susanna Huggins, and dated 1666, he re- 
fers to his dau. Mary by a former wife. In 1671 his name appears as a sub- 
scriber for Mr. Moody's maintenance (a pastor fund). (Portsmouth Town Rec. 
1:71). In 1688, "Charles Ailing" appears among the inhabita.its of Greenland, 
N. H. (Brewster's Portsmouth Rambles, 1st series, p. 61), Charles Allen died 
after the 7 Oct. 1705, for he appears on record in Vol, 7:175 , Rockingham 
Co., N. H. Records of Real Estate transfers, as mentioning the following child- 
cenbyhis second wife; Daniel, Charles, Susanna, Martha, Jude, and John, 
children and their descendants. 

(, Mary, b. before 1666, md. bef. 1685, Edward Fox, of Greenland, 
N.H. She md, 2d, 18 Oct. 1716 Hance Walford, and died in Greenland, N. 
H. , Oct, or Nov. 1743, as Granny Woolford, She had by Fox the following 
6 children and maybe others. 
Fox Children: 

1. John, of Greenland, I712, age 57 in May 1743, md. 24 Jan. 171 1-2 
Sarah Kenniston. 

2. Mary, working for Mrs. vaughan, Portsmouth, in court 1706. 

3. Benjamin, md, bef. 17 12 Eleanor Smart, who md. 2d 18 Feb. 
1730-1 Arnold Brick. Benjamin died bef. 1730-1. 

4. Martha, md. 13 Jan. 1713-4 John Dockham, 

5. Edward, of Newmarket, N.H, 45 in May 1743. 

6. Susannah, md. 7 Mar. 1727-8 Samuel Triggs. 

2. Daniel, b, 22 Jan. i669i md. 1699 Hannah Berry, dau. John and 
Susanna (--) Berry, of Sandy Beach, N.H. He was a pew holder in Portsmouth, 
N. H. , 1693; paid parish rates in Greenland, N. H. , 171 1-2 and. died 22 Jan. 
1745-6 in Greenland. 

1. John, adopted by covenant of his Uncle John Allen, 1714; md. — 
and had i. Reuben, b, 1738, bapt. 1742; prob. was the Reuben who died at 
Gilmanton, N.H., in 1821, aged 83, leaving 1 14 descendants, (see N. H. 
Patriot, issue of 20 July 1821). ii. John; bapt. 1741; believed to have md. 
Betty Hoit, at Epsom, N.H,, 4 Jan, 1772. iii. Hannah, bapt. 1742; died 16 
Nov. 1742. Iv. A chad, d. . Oct. or Nov. 1743. v. A child, d. 6 Dgc. 1748, 
of Blackhead. 

2. Daniel, Jr. (Greenland Church Records); was admitted to the Church 



6 

in Greenland. N.H. , 1728. He enlisted from Greenland for the Louisburg 
Expedition. 1745; and was also in service 9 weeks during 1748. He was twice 
md; the na m e of first wife is unknown. He md. 2d, Lydia Hicks (she had a 
dau, Eliza Hicks), prior 101756. Children by 1st wife; i, Susannah, bapt. 
1741. ii. Sarah, bapt. 1742. iii. Josiah, b. 31 May 1744; bapt. 7 Apr. 
1745; md. 1779 Bathsheba, dan. of James Nelson of Newmarket, N.H. , who 
was b. 30 June 1755. He d. at Epsom, N. H. , 1821. He was wounded at the 
battle of Bunker Hill, and subsequently, was in Capt. Nathans Brown's Co., 
Col. Long's Regt. , 1776-1777. Josiah and Bathsheba had the followihg 10 
children: I. Joseph, b. il Mar. 1 78 1, md. 1812 Mary Batchelder of Deerfield, 
N.H., d. 22 Feb. 1863. 2. Polly, b. 1 1 Sept. 1782; md. 1802 Nathaniel 
Rawlins; d. 20 Feb. 1870 at Epsom, N.H, 3. Hannah, b. 13 Oct. 1784; md. 
(I) [818 John Locke; md. (2) 1825 Jesse Harriman, of Raymond, N. H. ; She 
d. 7 Feb. 1868. 4. Josiah H.,b. II July 1786; md. Betsy Merrill; d. 11 Mar. 
1869. 5- Lydia, b. 22 Mar. 1788; d. Aug. 1869; unmd. 6. Ezra, b. 17 July 
1790; md, (i)ioFeb. 18 14 Sarah M. Batchelder of Deerfield; md. (2) 6 Sept. 
1849, Elizabeth Colby of Hopkinton. He d. 31 Dec. 1865. (Had son Daniel 
C. Allen of Concord, N.H. who had this line), 7. Betsey, b. 24 Jan. 1792; 
d. 13 Mar. 1859; unmd. 8, Bathsheba, b. i I Mar. 1794; d. 16 Mar. 1879; 
unmd. g. Nancy," b, 19 Jan. 1798; md, 13 July 1818 Joseph Graves; d. Apr. 
1871, 10. Daniel, b. 4 Aug. 1799; d. May 1824; unmd. 

3. Charles, Jr., md. int. 2( Aug. 1703 Joanna Scott of Newbury, Mass., 
b. 20 Aug. 1&79 at Rowley, Mass., dau. Joseph and Hannah (Webb) Scott. 
Charles Jr. appears as a resident of Wells, Maine in 1744. ^^ probably had 
children. 

4. Susanna, admitted to church at Greenland, N.H. , 1713. 

5. Martha, md. after 1732 as 2d wife, John Bickford, son of Thomas and 
Joanna (Libbey) Bickford. He had md. 1st, i Dec. 1692 Elizabeth Tibbetts , 
dau. Jeremiah and Mary (Canney) Tibbetts. Martha Allen Bickford was living 
at Dover, N.H. , 1742. 

>" 6. JUDE, b. abt. 1679, Portsmouth, N.H,, md. abt. 1707 DEBORAH 
LOCKE, b. abt. 1685, dau. John and Elizabeth (---) Locke of Rye, N.H. 
She d. 18 Sept. 1753 ^^ her son Josiah's home in Stratham, N.H. Jude d. 16 
June 1738 in Greenland, N.H. Book 106, p. 448, Rockingham Co. Rec . 
appears a deed given by John Allen, Jr. . of Greenland, N.H. and others to 
Joseph Meloon. Jr. of Greenland, in 1 750, in which the following appears: 
"Sold to ray father Jude Allen, and by reason that my father's estate is not 
fully settled, all we that are heirs to my father's estate will freely sign this 
deed." To which is appended the following children, (excepting Susanna, 
Eleazer, andjethro), Samuel, Jude, Deborah, John, and Josiah. (See Locke). 
On8 Dec. 1740, was executed a deed from Samuel Allen, weaver, Jude 
Allen, cordwainer, and Deborah Allen, spinster, all of Stratham, in the Pro- 
vince of New Hampshire, 'to ourbro. John Allen, Jr. of Greenland, N.H. , 
husbandman, "in which is conveyed all ye lands, meadow ground, goods and 
chattels yet did belong unto our Hon. Grandfather Charles Allen, Sr. of Green- 



7 

land. '■ Jude's name appears on the list of soldiers at Fort William and Mary, 
1708. Children, b. at Greenland, N, H. 

I. Jethro, b. abt. 1709; bapt. 17 14 (no further trace) 
':j-^2, SAMUEL, b. abt. 171I; bapt. 17 14; was a weaver; removed about 
J 770 to Wakefield, N. H. from Stratham. He died at the home of his son 
Abner, in Wakefield, in 1808, aged 97 years. He md. abt. 1734ANNE 
CLARK, b. 21 Mar. 1714-5 at Stratham, N.H. , dau. John and Ann (Smith) 
Clark. (See Clark). Children probably b. at Stratham, N.H. 

4f I. SAMUEL, b. abt. 1738 at Stratham, N. H. , and removed with 
his father, to Wakefield, N.H. , about 1770. Little else is known of him, as 
the records of Stratham were destroyed by fire many years ago. He md. abt. 
1760 CONTENT STOCKBRIDGE, b. abt. 1738 at Stra tham, N. H. , dau, of 
Abraham and Mary (Smith) Stockbridge of Stratham, N. H. (See Stockbridge) 
Children probably b. at Stratham, except Samuel, b. at Wakefield. 
I. Child, b. abt. 1761, d. 18 Apr-",i766. 
i-l. ELIJAH, b. 1763 

3. Susan, b. abt. 1765; md. William Buzzell or Bussell of 
Effingham, N. H. 

4. Leah, b. abt. 1767; md. after 1 809 Ichabod Churchill of 
Parsonfield, Me. She d. 31 Sept. 1858. 

5. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1769; md. William Mills of Freedom, N.H, 

6. Samuel, b. 1772; prob. Wakefield, N. H. ; d. at Parsonfield, 
Me. 2 Sept. 1842 aged 70 years; blacksmith. He md. 26 Aug. 1793 at Wake- 
field, N.H. , Mehitable York, whod. 4 July 1863 age 93 years at Parsonfield, 
Maine, i. John, md. Joanna Young of Waterboro, Me. 2. Elijah, d. unmd. 
3. Henry, md. Sally Wedgwood of Parsonfield, Me. 4. Nancy, md. Jonathan 
Philbrick. 5. Samuel, d. when il years old. 6. Enoch, m(i) Mary Wedg- 
wood, md. (2) MissBrackett. 7. Sally, m. Marquis Emery of Parsonfield, Me. 
Me. 8. Amasa, b. 26 June 1810 at Parsonfield, Me.; md. Sophia Pease. He 
d. at Bangor, Me. 9. Ira b. 25 Aug. i8i2 at Parsonfield, Me. ; md. (i) Mrs. 
---Sweet of Bangor, Me., md. (2) Mrs. --- Cordwell. 

2. Jude (Samuel^ Jude, Charles) Allen, b. 18 Sept. 1743 md. 7 
July 1 766 Sarah Philbrick, b. 1744, dau. of Benjamin and Mary --- Philbrick. 
Children b. prob. at Epsom, Merrimack Co. , N. H. 

1. Abigail b. abt. 1767 md. 1780 Capt. ---Perkins. 

2. Nancy b. abt. 1 770 md, Nathan Ball 

3. Sarah or Sally b. abt, 1772. 

4. Polly b. abt. 1774 md. 6 July 1794 Mark Nelson. 

5. Hannah b. abt, 1776 md. Gordon Freeze. 

6. Effle b. abt. 1778 md. Gordon Freeze. 

7. Ruth b. abt. 1780. 

8. Andrew b, 4 Aug. 1782 d. 10 June 1866 md, 3 Jan. 1806 
Eunice Miner b. i7July 1783 Shelburn Falls, Franklin, Mass, d. 15 April 1866 
Bountiful, Davis. Utah, dau. Nathaniel and Mary (Camp) Miner, Children: 
First 3 b. Duxbury Vt. , last 7 at'Hillsboro, Essex, N. Y. I. Gordon b. 19 



8 

Sept. 1806 d. 28 May 1S93 md. ist Sarah Coffee, md, 2nd Margaret Coffee 
2. Clarissa b. 13 Dec. 1807 d. 24 June 1851 Middleburg, Logan, Ohio, md. 
1 831 William Beal. Had i children. Descendants in Mormon Church. (See 
Geo. F. Millet, Mesa, Arizona and Cora Beals Peterson, Napa, Calif, for 
additional data). 3. Cyrus b. 21 April 1809. 4. Jude b. il Oct. 1812 d. 20 
Feb. 1900 md 1st iMary Ann Nicholas md 2nd Martha Anglesey. 5. Harriet 
b. 21 July 1813 d. Feb. 1835 md. Joseph Nicholas. 6. Mary b. 4 April 181 6 
d. 19 Dec. 1838 md, Joseph Nicholas. 7- Emily b. 20 April 1820 d. Aug. 
1844 md. Gordon Potter. 8. Sarah b. 25 April 1 822 d. 17 April 1897 md. 
Heman Colton. 9. Ira b. 19 April 1824 md. Julia---. 10. Nancy b. 8 
Aug. 1827 d. 25 Jan. 1905 md. I Jan. 1848 to Joseph Nicholas. 

9. Joseph b. abt. 1784. 

10. Nathan b. abt. 1786 md 1st Kezia — , 2nd Martha ---. 

3. Susan, b. abt. 1745; md. Mr. — Merrill. 

4. Abner, b. 28 Feb.. 1748; settled in Wakefield, N. H. ; md. 15 
Nov. 1770 Elizabeth, dau. William Johnson; and d. at the home of Daniel M. 
Page in Wakefield in 1835 aged 87 years. 

I. David, b. 17 Dec. 1774. 2. Nancy, md. 4 Dec. 1796 
Josiah Frost of Wolfboro, N. H. 3. Lydia, md. 6 Sept. 1804 James Hardy of 
Wakefield, N. H. 4. Mary, b. 28 Feb. 1782; md. 14 Mar. 1 810 Daniel M. 
Page of Wakefield. 5. James, b. ll July 1787; md. 29 Oct. 1 808 Sally Deal- 
ing of Wakefield. 6. Sarah, b. 13 Jan. 1790; md, 3 July 18 15 David Giles of 

Wakefield. 

5. and 6. Twins b. and d. 15 Sept. 1750 at Father Clark's. 
7. Child, b. 27 Feb, 1753; d, 27 July 1753. 

3. Jude (Jude, Charles) Allen, b. abt. 1713; bapt 1714; md. 6 Jan. 
1743 Elizabeth Locke at Stratham, N. H. She died 2 Apr. 1771 at Stratham, 
N. H, i. Jude, md. and had child d. 23 Jan. 1764, ii. Child d, 4 June 1748. 
iii. Child d. abt. Feb, 1751. iv. and v. stillborn twins Feb, 1752, Jude, 
cordwainer 1740, and living in Stratham, N. H. in 1771. 

4. Deborah, bapt. 1715, spinster 1740, md. bef, 1750 Nathan Goss, 
son of Richard and Martha (Foss) Goss, Jr. 

5. Susanna, bapt. 171 7, (no further trace). 

6. John, Jr., bapt. 1719; liv, 1750 Greenland, N. H. md. Elizabeth 
Cate. 

7. Josiah, bapi. 1721; md. Mary — , who d. 1794 ^g^ 73 ^^ Wake- 
field, N.H. He d, II Aug. 179931 vVakefield, N. H. i. Child, d. 31 May 
1755 at Stratham, N.H. 

8. Eleazer. bapt. 1723; md. (I)---. She d. 1 1 Aug. 1750 at Strat- 
ham, N.H. , md. (2) Deborah ---. She d. 1803 age 95 yrs. at Deerfield, N. 
H. He appears at Pembroke, N.H, 1 760 ; and later moved to Deerfield, N. 
H. , where bed. 1782. His will recorded 14 Aug, 1782, makes reference to 
"my dau. Deborah Ladd. ") 

7. John, b, abt 1685; not of age 1705. He left Greenland, N.H. abt. 1714. 
He was resident of Durham, N.H. 1717; and in 1734 appears in Rochester, N.H. 



9 
where he prob. d. after 1743. He md. Mary Bumham, dau. of Samuel and 
Mary ( — ) Burnham. Children all born at Durham, N. H. 

I. William, bapt i Sept. 1717 (of Rochester, N. H. 1746) Selectman 
10 times at Rochester between 1752 and 1777. Md. Hannah Emerson, b. 24 
May 1729 dau. of Micah and Sarah (Huckins) Emerson. (Emerson Gen, ) 

2. Bridget, bapt, 24 May 17 19. 

3. Nathan, bapt. 6 Aug. 1721 (of Rochester, N. H. 1746). 

4. Mary, bapt. 9 Sept. 1724 (A Mary md 6 Oct. 1757 John Follett Jr. 
of Durham). 

5. Abigail, bapt, 7 Aug. 1726. 

6. Martha, bapt. 24 Aug. 1729 (A Martha md 22 Apr. 175] William 
Macfee at Rochester, N. H. ). 

^■ELIJAH (Samuel, Samuel, Jude, Charles) ALLEN b. 1763 at Stratham, N.H. ; 

md. (i)abt. 1788 MEHITABLE HALL, bapt. 26 Mar. 1769 at Rochester, N.H. , 

dau, (Rev. ) Avery Hall and Hannah (Chesley) Hall. She d. 25 June 1800 at 

Corinth, Vt. He md. (2)21 Oct. 1806 Mrs. Hannah w id. of George Perry . 

Elijah d. -19 Oct. 1839 at Limerick, Maine. Children by first wife: 

I. Theophilus Hall, b. 7 June 1789 at Wakefield, N. H. ; md. Charlotte 
Smith dau. of Benjamin. He d. at Parsonfield, Me, Children: i. Maria, b. 
abt. 1834; d. 1890; md. Samuel Thompson. 2. Mehitable, b. abt. 1836; d. 
1870; md. abt. 1855 Horace Hodgson. The above were of Parsonfield, Maine. 
I. ANDREW LEE, b, 24 Nov. 1791 Limerick, Maine. 
3, Elijah Lorenzo Mortimer, b. 14 Jan. 1794, Corinth, Vt. ; md. (I) abt, 
1822 Hepzibeth B. Adams of Ellsworth, Me. Shed. 29 Sept. 1846. He md. 
(2) 1848 Mrs. Clarissa Jordan, who d. 15 Sept. 1867. He d. 5 Jan. 1876 
Children b. prob. at Ellsworth, Me. 

1. Andrew Lee, b. 12 May 1824; d. 3 Nov. 1850; rad. 1848 Harriet S. 
Edwards. Children. I. Frederick Mortimer, b, June 1849 at Ellsworth, Me. , 
d. Mar. 1882. 2. Andrew Lee, b. Oct. 1850 at Ellsworth, Me,; d. Apr. 1893; 
md. Mary Elizabeth Smart of Seaport, Me,; children b. at Seaport, Me. 1. 
Fred Nelson, b. 17 Apr. 1877. 2. Andrew Woodard, b, 28 Aug. 1881. 

2. Daniel Mortimer, b. 4 June 1 826; d. 12 Aug. 1865; md. ? 

3. John Quincy Adams, b. 12 Apr. 1828; d. 9 July 1835. 

4. Henry Clay, b. 7 Nov. 1829; d. 70ct. 1905; md. (i) Harriet Leach 
Gray, 1854, 2 children b. Roxbury, Me. i. Harry Mortimer, b. 26 Apr. 1856 
md. Abbie L. Adams of Ellsworth, Me. Children b. 1st at Topeka, Kansas. , 
last 3 b. at Billings, Mont. I. Lillian Stevens, b. 26 Apr. 1883, 2. Harry 
Mortimer, b. 1885. 3. Frank Herbert, b. 1887. 4. Edwin Gray, b. 1889. 
2. Frank Walter, b. 18 Mar, 1862. Henry Clay md. (2) 1870 Adie Marie Blod- 
sett, by whom he had Hattie Maria, b. 9 Nov. 1871 at Roxbury, Me. md. abt. 
1897 Frank Gardner of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

5. Mehitable, b. 4 Dec. 1831; d. 18 May 1894; md. 1850 Andrew 
Jackson Whiting, 

6. William H. , b. 29 Dec. 1833; d, 26 Apr. 1874; md. ? 

7. Augusta Ann, b. 20 Nov. 1836; d, 20 Sept. 1846; unmd. 



r: 



so 



8. LucyFisk. b. 13 Mar, 1840, d. 2 July 1889; md. abt. 1861 John W. 
Somes, b. 1840 Ellsworth, Me. child John Allen, .b. 1864. 

9. Chandler Hayden, b. 13 Mar. 1840; d. 8 Oct, 1840; twin. 

10. Maria Thompson, b. 29 Jan. 1842; d. 12 Feb. 1859; unmd. 

11. Clara Jordan, b. 6 Mar. 1845; d. 19 Sept. 1846. 

12. Chili, b. 16 Sept. 1846; d. young. 

4, Mehitable, b. 5 Mar. 1796 at Corinth, Vt. ; d. 4 July 1821 at Com- 
.ville, Me. , unmd. Elijah had by his 2d wife, a dau. 

5. Hannah, b. 1 807 at Corinth, Vt. : md. SamuelL. Bryant of Limerick, Me. 
d/^'ANDREW LEE. (Elijah, Samuel, Samuel, Jude, Charles) b. 24 Nov. 179I 
^ Limerick, York, Maine; md. il Dec. 1 824 Cattaraugus Co. , N. H. CLARINDA 

KNAPP, b. 10 Aug. 1802 Bethlehem, Litchfield Co., Conn. dau. Calvin and 
Deborah (Hopkins) Knapp. Shed. 7 Dec. 1862, Richmond, Cache, Utah. He 
d. i4Aug. l87oProvo, Utah, Utah. Children, 1st 7 born Burton, Cattaraugus, 

N. Y. 

1. Elijah, b. 7 Feb. 1826; d. 21 Apr. 1866 at Fort Herriman, salt'Lake, 
Utah, md. 2 May 1852 Eliza Ann Bickmore, b. 29 Jan. 1830 at Madison, 
Madison, Ill» , dau. William and Christina (Bagley) Bickmore. She d. 26 
Mar. 1901 at Cove, Cache, Utah. 

2. Lydia, b. 5 June 1827; d. 15 Oct, 1 870 at Richmond, Utah. , unmd. 

3. Saphronia, b. 6 Nov. 1828; d. 19 Oct. 19 1 2 at Richmond, Utah; md. 
Dec, 1851 in western Iowa ' (I) Jacob Rose b. Dec, 1827. md. (2) 23 Feb. 
1863, at San Bernardino, Calif., Abraham Foster, b. 4 Apr. 1830. Bradford 
Co., Pa., son Abraham and Amelia (White) Foster. He d. \2 Mar, 1883, 
Franklin, Ida. 

4. Charles Hopkins, b. I50ct. 1830. d. 18 Feb. 1922 at Mesa, Maricopa, 
Ariz. ; md. (l) 15 June 1864 at Richmond, Utah, Elizabeth Adelaide Hoopes, 
b. 9 Sept. 1847 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa, dau. Warner and 
Priscilla (Gifford) Hoopes. Shed. 19 Nov. 1889, at Mesa, Ariz. He imd. 
(2) 29 Oct. 1890 at Logan, Utah, Annie Eliza Jones, b, 10 No^. 1869 at New 
Hope, Hawkins, Tenn. , dau, of James A Hen and Minervia Ann "(Lawson) Jones 
She. d. 24 May 1945 at Mesa, Arizona. 

5. Andrew Lee, b. 16 Aug. 1832; d. 8 June 1918 at Cove, Cache, Utah; 
md. (1)4 Mar. 1872 at Salt Lake Utah, Utah, Minerva Whittle, b. l5May 
1854 at Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah, dau, Thomas Levi and Mary Jane 
(Butterfield) vVhittle. She d. 18 Sept. 1929 at Cove, Cache, Utah. He md. 
(2) at Logan, Utah 8 May 1884 Annie Spackman, b. 8 Nov. 1868, West 
Woody, Berks, Eng. , dau. Edwin and Rosanna (Black) Spackman. She d. 2 
June 1900 at Ogden, Utah. 

6. James, b. I2 0cu 1833; d. 17 Jan. 1 8 yo at Richmond, Cache, Utah; 
md. 24 Dec. i860 at San Bernardino, Calif. . Mary Elizabeth Mathews, b. 6 
July 1842, Maryvale, Mississippi, dau. Benjamin F. and Temperence (Weeks) 
Mathews. Shed. J2Nov. 191 2 at Richmond. Utah. 

7. Sidney David, b. 12 Aug. 1835; ^' > J^"- 1905 at Bedford, Lincoln, 
Wyo. ; md. (I) bef. 1862 Lucrctia Winn, no children, md. (2)31 July 186431 



^ 



1 1 
Ricbmond, Utah, Margaret Ann Cooper, b. 27 Sept. 1841 in Mississippi, dau. 
Vinson Agrippa and Martha (Kitrell) Cooper. She had md. (I) Joseph Biddle- 
come and(2) William Reece. Shed. 18 Aug. 1926 at Thayne,- Lincoln, Wyo. 

8. Susan, b. 31 Dec. 1837 at Kirtland, Geauga, Ohio; d. 16 Apr. 1924 
at Logan, Utah; md, 4 July 1858 at Provo, Utah. John Comog Goaslind b. 26 
Jan. l8i8at Augusta, Bracken, Kentucky, son John and Hannah (Cornog) 
Goaslind. He d. 6 June 1878 at Cove, Cache, Utah. 

9. Levi Knapp, b. i Apr. 1842 at Virginia, Cass, 111., d. 18 Feb. 1928 at 
Cove, Cache, Utah; md. 11 Dec. 1888 at Logan, Utah, Livinia Meriam Hen- 
son, b. 23 July 1871 at Franklin, Oneida. Ida., dau. Alfred and Mary Ann 
(Sewell) Henson. D. 9 Oct. 1950. 

10. Julia, b. 8 June 1844 at Plymouth, Hancock, 111.; d. 4 Sept. 1857-8 
at Provo, Utah, unmd. 

Ref. : N. E. Reg. 56: 26-30 

Gen. Diet, Me. & N. H. p. 62 

, AVERY 

■^-CHRISTOPHER AVERY, b. abt. 1 590, oflppiepen. Devon, Eng. , son of Chris- 
topher and Johann ( — ) Avery, md. 26 Aug. 1616 Ipplepen, Devon, Eng., 
Margery Stephens, of Abbots Kerswell, Devon, Eng. , dau. Edward and Mar- 
garet { — ) Stephens, shed. 1643, Brfxham, Devon, Eng. He d. 12 Mar. 
1679, New London, Conn. He was a kersey weaver and his father-in-law, 
Edward Stephens, a mariner of Kingsw ear, d. 1626. His wife Margaret d. 
1643. Child, JAMES. 

^JAMES AVERY, b. abt. 1620, Ipplepen, Devon, Eng., md. (I) 10 Nov. 1643, 

/ Boston, Mass. , Joanna Greenslade, dau. Edward Greenslade, of Boston, Mass. 

Shed. .bef. 4 July 1698, when he md. (2) Abigail Ingram, wid. of Joshua 

Holmes. He d. 18 Apr. 1700, Groton, New London, Conn. Children, by 

first wife. First 3 b. Gloucester, Mass. , rest at New London, Conn. 

I. Hannah, b. ii Oct. 1644; d. 22 Aug. 1721; md. 20 June 1666 Ephraim 

Minor. 
-/-2. JAMES, b. 16 Dec. 1646; d. 22 Aug. 1728. 

3. Mary, b. 29 Feb. 1648-9; d. 2 Feb. 1708; md. 23 Oct. 1668 Joseph 
Minor. 

4. Thomas, b. 6 May i65l;d. 5 Jan. 1736; md. (i) 22 Oct. 1677 Hannah 
Minor, md. (2) 13 Mar. 1693 Hannah (RajTnond) Bulkely. 

5. John, b. 10 Feb. 1653-4: d. after 1727; md. 25 Nov. 1675, Abigail 
Cheesbrough. 

6. Rebecca, b. 6 Oct. 1656; md. 5 Aug. 1698 William Potts. 

7. Jonathan, b. 5 Jan. 1658-9; bur, 15 Sept. 1681: unmd. 

8. Christopher, b. 30 Apr. 1661; d. 8 Dec. 1683; unmd. 

9. Samuel, b. 14 Aug. 1664; d. I May 1723; md. 25 Oct. 168b Susanna 

Palmer. 

10. Joanna, b. abt. 1669. 

--I- JAMES A VERY, b. i6'Dec. 1646, Gloucester, Essex, Mass.. md. 20 Feb. 
1669-70, DEBORAH STALLYON, b. 1651 ofNew London, Conn., dau. Edward 



12 

and Margaret (—) Stallyon. (see Stallyon). She d. 26 Mat. 1729, Groton. 
New London, Conn. Had. 22 Aug. 1 728, Groton, Conn. Children, b. 

Groton, Conn. 

I. Deborah, b. i Aug. 1671; will proved 17 Dec. 1739: md. 29 June 

1 69 1, Robert Allyn. 
-j-Z. JAMES, b. 20 Apr. 1673; d. 1 8 Sept. I754« 

3. Margaret, b. 4 Feb. 1674-5: d, 28 July 1755; md. l7Julyi696, 

William Morgan. 

4. Edward, b. 20 Mar. 1676; d, 14 Apr. 1759; md. 3 June 1699, Joanna 

Rose. 

5. Ebenezer, b. I May 1677; d. 19 July 1752; md. 16 June 1708, 

Dorothy Parke. 

6. Christopher, b. 23 Jan. 1679; ^' 20 Jan. 1753; md. (i) 19 Dec. 1704 
Abigail Parke, (2) i Apr. 1714 Prudence Payson, 

7. Jonathan, b. 9 Nov. 1681; d. 1741, Cuba; md. ii Apr. 1703, Eliza- 
beth Bill. 

8. Mercy, b. 4 Feb. 1683; d. y. 

^9. Hannah, b. 4 Mar. 1685; d. bef. 1734; "i"^' 30 Dec. 1708, Samuel" 
Morgan. 
10. Sarah, b. 10 May 1688; d. 20 Apr. 1732; md. Carey Latham. 

II. Joseph, b. abt. 1691, bap. 17 Apr. 1692; d. 27 June 1753, md. 
Tabitha Gardner. 

12. Mary, b. abt. 1693, bap. 2 July 1693: d, Apr. 1780; md. 3 July 1716 
vVilliam Morgan. 

13. Benjamin, b. 1696; d. 5 Dec. 1772; md. 10 Jan. 1734, Tabitha Avery . 
*-(-. JAMES AVERY, b. 20 Apr. 1673, Groton, Conn. , md. 1696 MARY GRISWOLD, 

b. Feb. 1673, E' Windsor, Hartford. Conn., dau. John and Mary (Bemas) 
Griswold. (see Griswold) She d. 26 Nov. 1750 Groton, Conn. He d. 18 Sept. 
1754, Groton, Conn. Children, b. at Groton, Conn. 

1. James, b. 27 May 1697; d. 2 May 1759; md. 13 Dec. 1719, Elizabeth 
Smith. 

2. John, b. 4 Feb. 1700; d. 11 July 1759; md. (i) Elizabeth Morgan, (2) 
13 June 1751, Mary Dennis. 

3. Ebenezer, b. 29 Mar. 1704; md. (i) r6 Jan, 1726 Lucy Latham, (2) 
1 Nov. 1759, Rachel (Stan) Denison. 

4. Elihu,, b, 29 July 1707; d. 28 Nov. 1748; unmd. 

5. Mary, b. 23 Feb. 1710. 

-V6. HANNAH, b. 7 Apr. 1712; d. 1791; md. THEOPHILUS HALL. 

7. Prudence, b. 21 Mar 1715; d. \-j Sept. 1731; unmd. (see The Groton 
Avery Clan, Vol. i) 

BEMAS 
-VJAMES BEMAS, of New London, Conn,, 1647. md. SARAH DIAMOND. He d. 
July 1665, New London, Conn., and she md. (2) 1672-3, Edward Griswold, 
Children. 

I. Rebecca, b. abt. 1652; md. (1)3 Apr. 1672. Tobias Minter, (2) 17 



t 



13 

June 1674, John Diamond, (3)2 Aug. 1682; Benedict Shalterly or Satterly. 
Y2. MARY, b. abt. 1654; md. 28 Nov. 1672, JOHN GRISWOLD. 

Ref: Lineage & Anc. Capt. James Cory & His Desc. 
1:300 

BERRY 

XwiLLIAM BERRY, was at Strawberry Bank before 1636; in 1645 his land adjoin- 
ed Turpin and Cummings; of Strawberry Bank 10 July 1648, he sold to Anthony 
Ellins. Land at Sandy Beach was granted him 31 Jan. 1648, and 40 acres more 
in 1652, over which his ch. and grch. scattered, undiv. until 1719. Select- 
man 1646, constable for lower part of Strawberry Bank 1650, grand jury 1650. 
Adm. granted 28 June 1654 to wid. JANE, whodep. in 1686. ag. 67. that she 
and her husband lived here before Mr. Francis Williams came (1635). She 
md. 2d Nathaniel Drake, b. 1613, son Robert Drake. They had dau, Jane, 
b. abt, 1656. md. 15 Dec. 1673 William Wallis. Children, prob. aU b. at 
Strawberry Bank, N. H. 
yCl. ELIZABETH, b. abt. l635;,liv. 4 May 1708; md, 1652 JOHN LOCKE. 

2. John, b. 1637; d. bef. 1717; md. Susanna — , liv. 1680. 

3. Joseph, b. 1639; d. Feb, 1717; md. Rachel ---. 

4. Mary, b. abt. 1641; liv. 1700; md. abt. 1658 John Foss. 

5. James, b. abt. 1644; of Newcastle, N, H. , 1718; md. abt. 1672, 
Eleanor Wallis, dau. of George Wallis. 

6. Rachel, b. abt. 1647; will proved 12 Feb. 1706-7; md. abt, 1665, 
John Marden. 

7. William, b. abt. 1650; d. bef. 1708; md, 8 July 1678 Judith Locke, 
daii. Nathaniel Locke. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me & N. H. p. 90 

BLOUNT 

The Blount line is given in the article "Ancestry of Anne Hutchinson" found 
in the New York Gen. & Bio. Record 45: 17-23, 1914. It also has the lines 
traced to Charlemagne, King of the Franks and Emperor of the Romans (742- 
814). For a complete account see this article. 

BOSWORTH 
(HANNIEL) BOSWORTH of Boston, Lincolnshire, Eng. had prob. the following 
children, b. in Eng, 

I, Hanniel, b. 1615; liv. 1683; md. bef. Oct, 1663 Abigail Scott, dau. 
Thomas Scott. 
y.2. DORCAS, md. 20 Aug. 1 648 EDWARD CLARK, of Haverhill. 

3. Susanna, md. 1648-51 TheophilusShatsw ell of Haverhill, (see Dawes- 
Gates 1:105-6). 

CHESLEY 

PHILIP CHESLEY, b. 1606-08, abt. 77 in Nov. 1683. First mentioned Dover 
Neck wit. 1642; he had a home lot there. At Oyster River by 1648. His and 
his 2d wife's share of existing records would fill a 'movie', an alternating cur- 
rent of honorablfe and impulsive activity. His wife Elizabeth, liv. 1661, was 
presumable dead when he put everything in his sons' names. Soon his wife 



14 

was JOANNA, apparently relation of James and Elizabeth Thomas. Both living 

30 Apr. 1685. Children, b. prob, at Dover, N. H. ' 

I. Thomas, b. abt. 1664; killed 15 Nov. 1697; md. 22 Aug. 1663, Eliza- 
beth Thomas, liv. 1701. 
^2. PHILIP, b. abt. 1646; will dated 13 Dec. 1695. 

By 2d wife, Joanna. 

3. Hannah, md. Thomas Ash. 

4. Mary, in court 1698, found at the house of Thomas Ash in Portsmouth; 
md. 26 or 28 May 1701 as 2d wife Ralph Hall; 2d by i7l7John Foye. She 
was liv. 1737. She had bast. ch. betw. marriages. 

5. Esther, md. 3 July 1699 or 9 Aug 1705 (Sgt) John Hall son of Ralph Hall 
by his first marriage, both liv. 1737. 

>£PHILIP CHESLEY, b. abt. 1646; Constable 1695. Will 13 Dec. 1695 omitted 
children names. He md. SARAH, apparently dau. of James Rollins, who was 
bapt. , an agedwid,, 20 Mar. 1719. (see Rollins). Children, b. prob, 
Dover, N. H. 

I. Samuel, b. abt. 1674; killed by Indians, 17 Sept. 1707; md. Elizabeth 
Smith, who md. 2d Amos Pinkham. 7 chn. 
•^-^2. JAMES, b. abt. 1676, killed by Indians, 17 Sept. 1707. 

3. Philip, b. 1678; liv. 1756; md. 1st S.irah Huckins, who died 14 Oct. 
1705, I son Lemuel; md. 2d 8 July 1706 Hannah Sawyer, 6 chn. bap. 

4. Ebenezer, named in will 1695, not after. 

5. Ichabod, Lieut. Adm. 15 Dec. 1774 to w id. Temperance, his wife in 
1729 and wid. down to 1786. 5 chn. 

6. Jonathan, Capt. , Rep. 1745. He md. 17 Nov. 1720, Mary Weeks , 
named in his will 4 Feb. -24 Sept. 1755. 5 chn. 

7. Lydia, md. 9 Jan. 1717-8 John Burnham. She d. bef. 1749 

y JAMES CHESLEY, b. abt. 1676; md. 29 Dec. 1704 TAMSON WENTWORTH . 
(see Wentworch) b. 1687, Dover, Strafford, N. H. , dau. Ezekiel and Elizabeth 
(Knight) Wentworth. She md. 2d by 171 1 John Hayes, b. 1686-7, Dover, N. 
H. , son John and Mary (Home) Hayes. He md. 2d after 1753, Mary Roberts 
wid. of Samuel "Wingate. He d. 3 July 1759, bur. Pine Hill, Dover, N. H. 
Tamson d. 30 Dec. 1753, aged 66 yr. They had 11 chn. James Chesley k. 
in ambush 17 Sept. 1707.. Child, b, at Dover, N. H. 

jf'l. JAMES, b. 10 May 1706, d. 10 Oct. 1777 at Dover. 
John and Tamson (Wentworth) (Chesley) Hayes chn. b. Dover, N. H. 

1. John, b. 19 Oct. 1711; d. 7 May 1776, unmd. 

2. Paul. b. 16 Sept. 1713; d. 9 Apr. 1776, md. Tamson ---. 

3. Thomas, b. 29 Sept. 1715; d. 7 Apr. 1774, n^^« ^^^' I74°' Hannah 
Twombly. 

4. Elihu, b. 16 Dec. 1717; d. 12 Mar. 1751, md. Martha Wentworth. 

5. Hezekiah, b. 2 Feb. 1720; d. 24 Feb. 1790, md. Margaret Cate. 

6. Elizabeth, b. 5 Apr. 1722; d. 28 Oct, 1795, md 1741 Ichabod Hayes. 

7. Abra, b. 17 Feb. 1724; d. after 1802, md. John Montgomery. 

8. Robert, b. 21 Mar. 1726; d. i May 1797, md. wife unknown. 



15 

9. Wentworth, b. 27 Jan. 1728; d. r i Jan. '1802, md. 1st 28 Nov. 1753, 

Mary Main, md. 2d 3 Mar. 1777, Susanna (Burnham) Roberts. 

10. Samuel, b, 12 Mar. 1730; d. 22 Apr. 1776. md. Sarah Gate. 

11. Jonathan, b. 17 Apr. 1732; d. 15 Apr. 1787 md. Mary Wingate. 
yjAMES CHESLEY, b. loMayl7o6, Dover, N. H. md. istabt. 1727 MEHITABLE 

WALDRON{see Waldron). b. 1708, dau. John and Mary (Ham) Waldron. Shed. 
21 Aug. 1776 aged 58 yr. He md. 2d 4 Apr. 1777 Lydia Home dau. Isaac 
Home, He d. 10 Occ, 1 777. Children b. prob. Dover, N.H. 

I. Tamson, b. 1728, md. abt. 1746 John Twombly, md. 2d abr. 1758', 
(Col. ) Otis Baker. She d. 6 Nov. 1801. 
y(^2. HANNAH, b. abt. 1737, d. abt. 1770, md. AVERY HALL. 

3. Ebenezer, d. unmd, 

4. James, d. consumption, unmd. 

5. Otis, d. consumption, unmd. 

Ref. : Libby Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p 1 39 -1 40 
N. E. Register 5: 206, 6:333 
Wentworth Gen. I: 400-403 

CLARK 

y.'!^ EDWARD CLARK, b. abt. 1622, had bro. Thomas Clark, the cooper, of Ips- 
wich, Mass. He perhaps md. ist a dau. of Walter Tibbets, of Gloucester, 
Mass. , who calls him son-in-law. He md 20 Aug. 1648, at Haverhill, Mass. 
DORCAS BOSWORTH, ofHaverhill, Mass. (see Bosworth). He d. 13 Feb. 1681, 
Haverhill, Mass. Chn. b. Haverhill, Mass, He was a carpenter. 

I. Hanniel, b. abt. 1650, d. bef. 1718, md. 20 Aug, 1678, Mary 
^Gutterson. 
^2. MATTHEW, b. abt. 1652, d. bef. 6 June 1715, md. 2 Apr. 1679 
MARY (DOW) WILFORD. 

3. Joseph, b. 6 Mar. 1653-4, ^« ^^t* '7°5> ^^' ^^ ^^g« ^^^5 ^^^Y Davis. 

-^1 MATTHEW CLARK, b. abt. 1652, md. 2 Apr. 1679, Haverhill, Mass. MARY 

' DOW, b. 26 Apr. 1644, Newbury, Essex, Mass. , dau. Thomas and Phebe {--) 

Dow, (see Dow). She had md. 1st abt. 1666, Gilbert Wilford, who d. abt. 

1677 3t Bradford, Essex, Mass. By him she had at Bradford, Mass.: 

1. Mary Wilford, b. 18 Nov. 1667, md. 17 Dec. 1684 John Corliss. 

2. Martha, b. 18 Jan. 1669-70, md. 7 Fgb. 1694-5 Joseph Greeley. 

3. Ruth, b. 15 Nov. 1672, md. 12 June 1694 Thomas Ayer. 

4. Nathaniel, b. 20 May 1675 

By Matthew Clark she had at HaverhilT, Essex, Mass. 
S^l. JOHN, b. 30 Mar, 1680; d. 3 June 1753. 

2. Dorcas, b. 25 Jan. 1 681 -2; md. ? Mr. Mudgett, 

3. Matthew, b. 20 Feb. 1683-4: d. 22 Feb. 1683-4. 

4. Sarah, b. 4 Apr. 1685; md ? Mr. Mudgett. 

X' JOHN CLARK, b. 30 Mar. 1680, Haverhill, Mass. By tradition a sister md, 
a Mudgett. Will 20 July 1750-1 June 1753 names w. Ann, sons John, Satch- 
well, Joseph, Daniel; daus. Mary, Ann, Martha. He md. ist Mary Runlett 
dau. ofCharles and Mary (Shatswell)Dale-Smith-Rurilett; md. 2d. ANN SMITH 



i6 

dau. Nicholas and Mary (Gordon) Smith, children b. at Stratham, N. H. He 

d. 3 June 1753 at Stratham, N. H. 

By 1st wife: 

1. John, b. 26 Feb. 1705, settled in Kingston, N. H. Adra. 1753*0 wid. 

Elizabe± (Clifford). Div. 1758 to wid. and 10 chn. 

2. Satchwell, b. 30 Oct. 1 706, d. 4 Nov. 1773, md. wife unknown. 
By 2d. wife: 

3. Mary, b. 4 June 1712, md. Joshua Rollins, 5 or more chn. 

^4. ANNE, b. 21 Mar. 1714-5, d. 5 June 1789 Wakefield, N. H. , md. abt. 
1734, SAMUEL ALLEN. 

5. Nicholas, b. 9 Nov. 1716, -d. gjan. 1741-2. 

6. Joseph, b, 9 May 1 7 19, liv. 1775, md. bef. 1744 ---. 

7. Daniel, b. abt. 1721, md. bef. 1744 Miss Hills» 

8. Martha, liv. 1753. 

Ref. Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 145-7 
Haverhill and Bradford, Mass. Vitals 
Dawes-Gates Anc. Lines 1:177-185 
Savages 1:393 

COX 

MOSES COX, Hampton, N. H. , relieved from training in 1662, called abt. 
93 in the Province record at death 28 May 1687, had been in Ipswich, Mass. , 
transferring from Watertown, Mass. Gr. Jury 1668. Selectman, 1662. His 
wife ALICE and son John were lost in the catastrophe at sea, 20 Oct. 1657; also 
William Swain, whose wid. Prudence (Marston), he md. i6junei65S. She 
wasdau. of William Marston. Will i Nov. 1682 names only wife and 4 daus. 
Children, b. prob. at Hampton, Rockingham, N. H. 
I. John, lost at sea, 20 Oct. 1657. 
-/2. MARY, b. abt. 1644, ^iv. 1707, md. 6 May 1 659 JOHN GODFREY, 

3. Sarah, md. 21 Jan. 1664 Nicholas Norris. She liv. 1682. 

4. Rachel, liv. 1706; md. bef. 1671 Thomas Rollins. 

5. Moses, b. 2 Nov. 1645, d. bef. I Nov. 1682. 
By 2d wife: 

6. Leah, b. 2i Apr. 1661, d. 19 Feb. 1749; md. 13 Dec. 1681 James 
Perkins. She had the homestead. 

Ref: Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H,' p 167 

DOW 

THOMAS DOW, Newbury, an early settler, freeman 22 June 1642, Removed 
to Haverhill, Mass. and d. 31 May 1654. Wife PHEBE, md, 2d. 20 Nov. 
1 66 1 John Eaton, Sr. Ch. b. Newbury, Essex, Mass. 

1. John, d. 26 Nov. 1672; md. 23 Oct. 1665, Mary Page. 

2. Thomas, d. 2i June 1676; md bef. 1669 Dorcas Kimball. 

3. Stephen, b. 29 Mar. 1642; d. 3 July 1717, md. 16 Sept. 1663 Ann 
Storie or Stacy. 

\-4. MARY, b. 26 Apr. 1644; md. 1st l666 Gilbert Wilford. md. 2d 2 Apr. 
1679. MATTHEW CLARK. She was liv. 1685. 



/ 17 

5. Martha, b. I June 1648. md. ist 27 June 1672, Joseph Heath, md. 

2d. 2 Dec. 1673, Joseph Page, md. 3d. 19 Mar. 1688-9, Samuel 
Parker. 

Ref. Dawes-Gates Anc. Lines 1:177-185 
Haverhill, Mass. Vitals 
Savages 2:64 

GODFREY 
WILLIAM GODFREY, husbandman, came to Hampton from Watertown, 
Mass. where he was freeman 13 May 1640 and was liv. in May 1648 and 
May 1649 when bot in Hampton, incl. Wm. Howard 's house. He removed 
to Hampton before 4 Mar. 1649-50, selling in Watertown 1653. Select- 
man 1654, deacon by 1660. June 22, 1648, in behalf of son John he 
gave P/A to Mt. Antonie Lawrence of London to collect i lolegacybeq. 
to his deed, wife Sarah or children by Mrs. Betteris Key of Wobum, 
CO. Bedford, a kinswoman. He md. 2d. abt. 1638 Margery, mother 
of Thomas Webster. He d. 25 Mar. 1670-I; will made 2 Oct. 1667 
names wife Margery and son Isaac, excrs. , the other 3 ch. and son- in-, 
law Webster. His wid. md. 3d. John Marlon, 14 Sept. 1671. She d. 
2 May 1687. Ch. by ist wife: 

1. JOHN, b. abt. 1632; d. 19 Mar. 1 696-7; md. MARY COX. 
By 2d wife, b, at Watertown, Mass. : 

2. Isaac, b, 15 Apr. 1639; d. 27 Dec. 1717; md. 15 July 1670 Hannah 
Marion, dau. of John Marion. 

3. Sarah, b. 15 May 1642; md. 18 Aug. 1670, John Clifford. 

4. Deborah, b. 1645; d. 10 July 1699; md. 5 Dec. 1 667, John Taylor, as 
Ist wife. 

William Godfrey also adopted children, Nathaniel Smith and sister. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 268-9 
JOHN GODFREY, b. 1632, abt. 48 in July 1680. He went with his father to 
Hampton, N. H. ; there md. 6 May 1659, Mary Cox, dau. of Moses and Alice 
{---)Cox. She was living 14 Aug. 1707. He d. 19 Mar. 1696-7, adm. 4 
June 1706, to son John. Ch. b. Hampton, N. H. 
I. John, b. 8 Apr. 1660, d. 16 Apr. 1660 
;-2. MARY, b. 3 May 1661; md. 23 Nov. 1681 JOHN STOCKBRIDGE. 

3. William, b. 28 May 1663; d. 4 July 1663. 

4. Sarah, b. 26 July 1664; liv. 1680. 

5. Rachel, b. 28 Oct. 1666. 

6. Mehitable, b. 15 Aug. i668; liv. 1680. 

7. Hannah, b. 11 Dec. 1670; md. 25 Apr. 1695, Ephraim Hoyt. 

8. Deborah, b. 14 Nov. 1672. In 1708 her child was charged to Maj. 
Joseph Smith in whose house she had been a servant. One Deborah Godfrey 
md. 1710 Thomas Philbrick in Greenland, N. H. 

9. John, b. 5 May 1676, md. abt. 1 704, Abigail Greely. 9 ch. 

10. Moses, b. II Apr. 1670; d. July 1680, 'murdered by witchcraft'. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 268-9 



i8 

GORDON 

ALEXANDER GORDON, Exeter, N. H. . A Scotch prisoner of war at Tuthill 
Fields, London, he was redeemed there by Daniel Stone of Cambridge, and 
came to New England with John Cloyes under verbal agreement, working his 
passage with Cap t. John Allen. Cloyes 's sale of him to Samuel Stratton 15 
Oct. 1652, after a year's work without compensation, resulted in his appeal to 
the court in Feb. 1653-4. His history unknown for 10 years, he was married 
to MARY LISSEN before 10 Oct. 1664, when he had an Exeter grant adjacent 
land given him by his father Lissen. Deposed twice in 1678, aged 40. Estate 
administered 15 Aug. 1697 to son John widow Mary renouncing. Children b. 
Exetei. N. H. 

1. -Elizabeth, b. 23 Feb. 1644, md. 26 May 1686 Thomas Emerson of 
Haverhill, Mass. ; both killed by Indians with 2 of theii 5 children, 15 of 
Mar. 1696-7. 

2. Nicholas, b. 23 Mar. 1665-6; will dated 31 Mar. 1747. He md, after 
20 June 1685, apparently as 1st wife, Sarah, widow of Edward Sewall; md, 
2d Maria (Hersey), wid. of Joshua Gilman. 

..-3. MARY, b. 22 May 1668, d. 1737. md. NICHOLAS SMITH, JR. 

4. Jchn, b. 26 Oct. 1670, d. bef.. Apr. 1746. md. 23 Dec. 1697, in 
Salisbury, Mass. Sarah, dau, of John Allen. 

5. James, b. 22 July 1673, md. 7 Aug. 1700 Abiel Redman, dau. of John, 
She was granted administration 7 Dec. 17 14, and md. 2d Moses Kimrain. 
5 sons. 

6. Alexander, b. i Dec. 1675, md. 14 Sept. 1699 Sarah Sewall, dau. of 
Edward. Wid. Sarah, deeded to William Graves 25 Mar. 1729-30 half a lot 
owned in common with Graves; a wid. 1732. 7 or more ch. 

7. Thomas, b. 1678, md. ist in Haverhill, Mass., 22 Nov, 1699 Eliza- 
beth Harriman, dau. Matthew, 7 chn. md. 2d after 10 Apr. .1709 Rebecca 
Heard, 5 ch. liv. 1756. 

8. Daniel, b. 1682, blacksmith, md. in Haverhill, Mass. 15 Sept. 1708 
Margaret Harriman. He d. prob. bef. 1736, 

Ref. : Gen. Diet, Me & N. H. p. 273 

GRISWOLD 

"'TGEORGE GRISWOLD, bapt. 28 Apr. 1548, Kenilworth, Warwick, Eng. son of 
Francis Griswold, prob. had the following sons, all b. in Eng. 
I, Michael, b. abt. 1597 md. bef. 1646 Anne Adams. 
T2. EDWARD, b. 1607, md. 1st MARGARET. 

3. Francis, b. abt. 161 5. 

4. Matthew, b. abt. 1620, d. 1698-9. md. 1646 Anne Wolcott. 

5. Thomas, b. abt. 1 622, md. Hester Drake. 

-VEDWARD GRISWOLD, b. 1607; d. 1691 New London, Conn., from Eng. 1639; 
a founder o f Windsor, Conn. , later settled at Killingsworth, Conn. ; was de- 
puty Gen. court, justice, deacon; built "Old Fort" at Springfield, Mass; md. 
abt. 1627. Margaret --- who d. 23 Aug. 1670, at Killingsworth, Conn. He 
md. 2d. 1672 Sarah (Diamond) Bemas, wid. of James Bemas of New London, 



'9 
Conn. Children by 1st wife. 1st 6 b. prob. Eng. , the last b. Windsor, Conn. 

1. Francis, b. abt. 1629, d. Oct. 1671 md. abt. 1652 Mary Tracy. 

2. Sarah, b. abt, 1631. d. y. before 1633, 

3. Sarah, b. 1633, d. 6 Nov. 171 5, md. ist 18 Jan. 1650, Samuel Phelps, 
md. 2d 21 July 1670 Nathaniel Phinney. 

4. George, b. abt. 1635, d. 3 Sept. 1704; md. 3 Oct. 1655 Mary Holcomb. 

5. Lydia, b. abt. 1637; d. unmd. 

6. John, b. abt, 1639, d. 1642. 

7. Ann, bapt. 19 June 1642, md. 19 Nov. 1663. Jonah Westover. 

8. Mary, bapt. 13 Oct. 1644, md. 19 Mar. 1661, Timothy Phelps. 

9. Deborah, bapt. 28 ;une 1646, d. 7 Feb. 1719; md, 30 Nov. 1662 
Samuel Buell. 

lo.joseph, bapt. l2Mar. 1647-8; d. 14N0V. 1716; md. 1670 Mary Gaylord. 
II. Samuel, bapt. 18 Nov. 1649; d. 6 July 1672. unmd. 
yi2. JOHN, bapt. I Aug. 1652; d. 7 Aug. 17 17. 
^OHN GRISWOLD, b. I Aug. 1652, Windsor, Hartford, Conn. md. ist 28 Nov. 
1672 at Windsor, Conn. MARY BEMAS, b. abt. 1654, dau. of James and 
Sarah (Diamond) Bemas. She d. 27 Oct. 1679, Windsor, Conn, (see Bemas). 
Hemd. 2d abt. 1680, Bathsheba North, who d. 19 Mar. 1736. He d. 7 Aug. 
1717 at Killingsworth, Middlesex, Conn. Children, all b. Windsor, Conn. 
By 1st wife: 
yi. MARY, b. Feb. 1673-4, d. 26 Nov. 1750, md. JAMES AVERY, 

2. Margaret, b. 10 Dec. 1675. 

3. Hannah, b. 25 Oct, 1677. 

4. John, b, 22 Sept, 1679, d. 27 Dec. 1679. 
By 2nd wife: 

5. Dorothy, b. 4 May 1681, d. 1690. unmd. 

6. Bathsheba, b. 5 Dec. 1682, md. i Dec. 1708, Daniel Clark. 
7. -Samuel, b. 4 Apr. 1685, d. 29 Dec. 1736, md. Sarah . 

8. Lucy, b. 4 July 1686, md. Mr. Ball. 

9. Martha, b. i June 1689, d. 17 Mar. 1690. 

10. Joseph, b. 26 Sept. 1690, d. 18 Apr. 1773, md. 29 Dec. 1714, 
Temperance Lay. 

11. Benjamin, b. 26 Sept. 1690, md. 17 June 1718, Abigail Norton. 

12. Dorothy, b, 23 Sept. 1692. 

13. Martha, b. 16 June 1694, 

14. Daniel, b. 25 Oct. 1696, d. 1 Sept. 1737, md. 9 Mar. 1721, 
Jerusha Stevens. 

15. Walter, b, 7 Mar. 1700, md. 24001. 1723, Sarah Wright, 

John Griswold removed from Windsor to Killingsworth, Conn, probably with 
his father. He was a man of property, intelligence and Influence; deacon in 
the chiych, inventory presented 7 Oct. 1717 gave lands to sons Samuel, 
Joseph, Benjamin, and- Walter.'" 

Ref. : Stiles Ancient Families of Windsor, Conn. 2:352 
New Eng. Fam. 1:250 



20 

HALL 

JOHN HALL, of New Haven, and Wallingford, Coqp. Red. before 3 May 
167631 Wallingford, Conn. He md. abt. 1642 Jane Woolen, prob. sister of 

John Woolen, b. 1610. d. i6g6, md. 1644 ., of New Haven. She md, 

2d John Cooper and d. 1690, New Haven, Conn. Children, all b. New Haven , 
Conn, 

1. John, b. 1644, bapt. 9 Aug. 1646, <I. 2 Sept. 1721, md. 6 Dec. 166^, 
Mary Parker. 

2, Sarah, bapt. 9 Aug. 1 646. md. Dec. 1664, William Johnson. 
■tC3. SAMUEL, bapt. 21 May 1648, d, 5 Mar. 1725, 

4. Thomas, bapt. 26 Mar. 1649, d. 17 Sept, 1711, md. 5 June 1673 

Grace Watson. 

5. Jonathan, b. 5 Apr. 165 1, md. Hannah . 

6. David, b. 18 Mar. 1652, d. 7 July 1727, md. 1st II Nov, 1670. Mary 
Rutherford, md. 2d. 24 Dec. 1676, Sarah Rockwell. 

7. Mary, b. 1654, ^' 3 May 1718, md. Sept. 1678, Henry Cook of 
Salem, Mass. 

8. Richard, b. 10 July 1645, d. 1726, md. Hannah Miles. 

^SAMUEL HALL, bapt. 2 1 May 1 647, New Haven, Conn. A deacon of the 
church, md. May 1668, New Haven, Conn., HANNAH WALKER, b, 26 Sept. 
1646, New Haven, dau. of John and Grace ( — ) Walker, (see Walker). She 
d. 20 Dec. 1728 at Wallingford, Conn. He d. 5 Mar. 1725, Wallingford, 
Conn. Children, istb. New Haven, the rest b. at Wallingford, New Haven, 

Conn. 

1. John, b. 23 Dec. 1 670, d. 29 Apr. 1730, md. 8 Dec. 1692 Mary Lyman. 

2. Hannah, b. li Mar. 1673-4, '^* 27 July 1 758, md. 6 Apr. 1697, 
Ebenezer Doolittle. 

3, Sarah, b. 20 June 1677, d. 18 Mar. 1712, md. ? 

4. SAMUEL, b. 10 Dec. 1680, d. 15 June 1770, md, LOVE ROYCE. 

5. Susanna, b. abt. 1683, d. 4 Mar. 1766, md. 15 Dec. 1703, Samuel Moss, 

6, Theophilus, b. 5 Feb. 1686. 

7, Kezia, b. 1688, d. 26 Mar. 1726, md. 9 Feb, 1710, Nehemiah Royce. 

8, Elizabeth, b. 6 Mar. 1690, d, 17 Jan. 1754, ™"^« 25 Feb. 1708, 
John Moss, 

SAMUEL HALL, b. 10 Dec. 1680, Wallingford. New Haven, Conn. md. 1st, 
2 May 1704, Love Royce, b. 29 July 1687, New Haven, Conn,, dau, of 
Nathaniel and Sarah (Lathrop) Royce. {see Royce). He md 2d Bridget --- 
He md. 3d Rebecca ----. He d. 15 June 1770 at Wallingford, Conn, .child- 
ren by 1st wife, b. at Wallingford, Conn. 
-■ I. THEOPHILUS, b. I Apr. 1707, d. 25 Mar. 1767, md. 22Mayl734 

HANNAH AVERY. 

2. Samuel, b. 7-8 June 1709, d, 24 Dec. 1771, md. 7 Dec. 1732, 

Sarah Hull. 

3' Hannah, b. 15 July 1711, md. 5 June 1734, 1°^ Street. 

4. Sarah, b. 6 Dec. 1713, d. ll June 1763, md. 2 Feb, 1733, Samuel Hull. 



21 

5. Mehitable, b. 5 Apr. 1716, d. 14 Feb. 1756, md. Hezekiah Parmalee. 

6. Esther, b. 17 Nov. 17 19. 

THEOPHILUS HALL. b. i Apr. 1707, Wallingford, New Haven. Conn., md. 22 
May 1734, Hannah A very, b. 7 Apr. 1712, Groton, New London, Conn., dau. 
of James and Mary (Griswold) Avery, (see Avery). She d. 1791 aged 74 ? 
He. d. 25 Mar. 1767, Meriden, New Haven, Conn. He graduated at Yale, 
1727; he was the 1st minister of Meriden, Conn. , ordained 29 Oct. 1729; he 
was a man of quite small stature, but possessed much dignit)' of manners united 
with the greatest affability, persuaded of the truth of Christianity, and deeply 
sensible of its importance, he was well able to defend it; his sermons were ably 
written and delivered with great fervor; his pastoral visits were frequent and 
conducted judiciously; he was humble, self denying, full of the love of souls, 
prayerful and zealous for the cause of Christ; during his ministry of 37 years in 
Meriden, 250 were added to the church; he possessed great firmness of character, 
and was zealous advocate of civil and religious liberty; he published two ser- 
mons on the death of Rev. Isaac Stiles; two on faith; and one on the ordination 
of Rev. Matthew Morrison, of Berwick, Me. Children, all b. Meriden, Conn. 

1. Hannah, b. 11 Mar. 1735, d. 15 Aug. 1753; unmd. 

2. Theophilus, b. 5 Aug. 1736, d. 9 May 1739. 

3. AVERY, b. 2 Dec. 1737, d. 1820, md. HANNAH CHESLEY. 

4. Samuel, b. 16 July 1739, d. 29 Mar. 1791, md. 10 Feb. 1757, 
Eunice Lee. 

5. Theophilus, b. 20 Aug. 1741, d. 17 May 1804, md. 10 Mar. 1768, 
Elizabeth Couch. 

6. Lucy, b. 20 Aug. 1 741, d. 5 Oct. 1775, md. 15 Dec. 1 768, James 
Hough. 

7. Mary, b. 24 June 1743. 

8. Elisha, b. 3 Mar. 1745, d. 8 Aug. 1746. 
9'. Eunice, bapt. .22 Mar. 1747. 

10. Mehitable, bapt. 7 Aug. 1748, d. 9 Oct. 1748. 

11. Mehitable, bapt. 18 Aug. 1751, d. ii Sept. 1767,; unmd. 

12. Elisha, bapt. 25 May 1755, d. 2 June 1755. 

AVERY HALL, b. 2 Dec. 1737, Meriden, New Haven, Conn., md. istabt. 
1766 Hannah Chesley, dau. of James and Mehitable, (Waldron) Chesley. (see 
Chesley). Shed, abt, 1 770 at Rochester, Strafford, N. H. He md. 2d 17 May 
1772, Abigail Pike, b. 30 Mar. 1740, Somersworth, Strafford, N. H. ,dau. of 
(Rev. ) James and Sarah (Oilman) Pike. Shed. 22julyi8i9, at Rochester, N. 
H. Hed. therein 1820, He graduated from Yale, 1759; minister in Rochester, 
N. H. , 1766 to 1775; signed the "Association Test" in Rochester, 1776; select- 
man of Wakefield, N. H. 1779, 1781, 1785; justice of the peace for Strafford, 
County, N. H. Children, b. Rochester, N. H. by ist wife: 
1. Hannah, bapt. 8 Nov. 1767. 
■v.2. MEHITABLE, bapt. 26=.Mar. 1769. d. 25 June 1800. md. 1788, ELIJAH 
ALLEN. 

Ref. : N. E. Reg. 5:206 



22 

Groton Avery Clan 1:163 

Wentworth Gen. 1:402-3, 238, 2:82-3 ^ ' 

Jacobus'sFamiliesof Ancient New Haven, p. 693-5, 704-5 

HAM 
/JOHN HAM. Dover, N. H. witness for Peter Coffin 1665-68. After living many 
years on a farm atTolend, he bot on Garrison Hill from Peter Coffin and mov- 
ed there. Jury 167 1 , 1688, 1694; Grand jury 1703; Constable 1686; Surveyor; 
Town Clerk, leaving office Mar. 1693-4. ^^ ^'^' ^ ^^X ^^^ MARY HEARD. 
b. 26 Jan, 1649-50, Dover, Strafford, N. H. , dau. John and Elizabeth (Hull) 
Heard, (see Heard). She d. 7 Dec. 1706 at Dover, N. H. His will 29 Sepi, 
1727-19 Feb, 1727-8 names the following children, b. probably at Dover, N.H. 
'-^i. MARY, b. 2 Oct. 1668, md. 1st 30 June 1686, John Home, md. 2d 29 
' Aug. 1698 JOHN WALDRON, 

2. John, b. 1670, d, II Jan. 1754, ^nd. 14 Mar. 1698, Elizabeth Knight 

3. Samuel, b. 1672, rec. 4.5 by father's will, if inland of living, ifhim- 
self or heirs came and demanded it. 

4. Elizabeth, b. 29 Jan. 1674-5. '^' ^^^- '^9°' 

5. Mercy, b. abt. 1676, md. Richard Nason. 

6. Joseph, b. 3 June 1678, md. abt. Aug. 1704 Tamson Meserve. He was 
killed by Indians after 28 Sept. 1723 and daus. Tamson and Ann carried 
away. Adm. i Sept. 1724 to Wid, Tamson, who md. 2d. John Tibbetts. 

7. Tryphena, md. John Tucker, 

8. Sarah, md. abt, 1 7 10 Thomas Downs IIL Shed. bef. 1749. 

9. Ebenezer, taxed Portsmouth, 171 3, next to Richard Nason, d. without 
issue and bef. 1727. 

10. Elizabeth, md. by 1714 Jeremiah Rollins, She was liv. 1752. 

11. Benjamin, b. 1693, d. 5 Mar. 1781, aged 88 yrs. md, 21 Apr. 1720 
Patience Harford, who was liv. 1758. 4 or more chn. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me & N. H, p, 302 , 

HEARD 
JOHN HEARD, master carpenter. In 1647 fined for calling Godfrey old knave 
and criticizing Capi. Champernowne; in 1 650 he had late been living on 
Champernowne's Island in Kitterey, Me., and was buying lands in York. 
Apparently he had built a house on Champernowne's Isl. and on not getting 
his pay had burnt it; judgment of Court Oct. 1650 that he replace as good and 
as large a house. He had left York in June 1648, when he sold his York house 
to John Parker, carpenter, of Marblehead, Mass., but was back again in 1651 
(grand jury 1651-2). In Dover, where he was permanently settled by 1654, 
he was much relied on by Major Waldion. Will 2 Apr. 1687, d. 17 Jan, 1688- 
9, Hemd, 1643, ELIZABETH HULL. b. abt. 1628, dau. of Joseph and Joanna 
(---)Hull. (see Hull). Shed. 30 Nov. 1 706 at Dover, N.H. ChUdren b. 
probably at Dover, N. H. 

I. Benjamin, b. 20 Feb. 1643-4, d. 22 Jan. 1709-10 at Salisbury, Mass., 
md. 1st bef. 1673 Elizabeth Roberts, md. 2d 23 May 1690, Ruth Eastman. 
She md. 2d 2 Dec. 17 17 John Tappan. 



23 

2. Katherine, b. abt. 1646, d. y. 

3. William, b. abt. 1648, d. i Nov. 1675; md. — no desc. 

4. MARY, b. 26 Jan. 1649-50, d. 7 Dec. 170b, md. 6 May 1668, JOHN 
HAM. 

5. Abigail, b. 2 Aug. 1651, liv. 1712, md. abt. 1670 Jenkin Jones. 

6. Elizabeth, b. 15 Sept. 1653, d. 9 Nov. 1705, md. ist by 1675, James 
Nute, md. 2d 13 Aug. 1694, William Furber. 

7. Hannah, b. 25 Nov. 1655, d. bef. 1687, md. 6 Nov. 1674 John Nason. 

8. John, b. 24 Feb. 1658-9, liv. 1684, md. Phebe ---. 

9. Joseph, b. 4 Jan. 1660-1, d. bef. 1687. 

10. Samuel, b. 4 Aug. 1663, d. 10 Feb. 1696-7, md. 20 Mar. 1685-6 
Experience Otis 

11. Tristram, b. 4 Mar. 1666-7, will 18 Apr.-3 June 1734, md. a^bt, 
1691, Abigail ---. 

12. Nathaniel, b. 22 Sept. 1668, d. 3 Apr. 1700, md. Sarah Fernside , 
who md. 2d. 26 Apr. 1 703 William Fost. 

13. Dorca^, b. abt. 1670, md. bef. 1693 Jabez Garland. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 322 
HOLDRIDGE 
C WILLIAM HOLDRIDGE, tanner, from parish of St. Alphage Cripplegate, Lon- 
don, came on -The Elizabeth- in 1635, ^E>^^ ^5' Of Ipswich, Salisbury, New- 
bury, and Haverhill, Mass. , before going to Exeter, N. H. after 1 671, .he and 
wife ISABEL sold land in Haverhill; 12 days later, now resident in York, he ac- 
knowledge debt to Thomas Holmes of York. He and William jr. ,were at York, 
Me. in Jan. 1672, he and wife Isabelat Strawberry Bank3 Apr. 1672, later in 
year at Exeter. In Hampton Court, May 1676, he won suit against Richard 
Scammon for failure to give him a firm deed to 30 acres near Mr. vVheeler's 
cr'eek where he had built. Liv. 1680. Wife Isabel, a principal wimess in the 
witchcraft case against John Godfrey 1659, met her end in tragedy, being 
killed in the Mast Swamp, where Stratham, Hampton, and Exeter, come to- 
gether, by Negro Jack, who was hanged in Boston in 1690. Inv. , widow of 
Exeter, 16 June 1689, adm. 20 Feb. 1692-3 to Richard Morgan. Children, 
1st 5 b. Salisbury, next 4 b. Haverhill and the last at Salisbury, Mass. 

1. Sarah, b. 1640, d. 1641. 

2. Mary, b. 22 Apr. 1641 d. 31 Jan. 1641-2. 

3. Rebecca, b. 20 June 1643 liv. 17 14, md. 21 May 2660 Richard Morgan. 

4. John, b. 1645, Md. in Roxbury, Mass. 16 Sept. 1663 Elizabeth Perry. 
8 ch. 

5. William, b. 15 Mar. 1647-8, md. 10 Apr. 1674 Lydia Quinby. She 
md. 2dbef. 23 Feb. 1696-7 Israel Dewey. William d. Stonington, Conn. 

6. Sarah, b. 26 Dec, 1650, d. 10 June 1651. 

^7. MEHITABLE, b. 14 Apr. 1652, md. 25 Jan. 1 669 -70 JONATHAN 
SMITH. In Apr. 1670 she was convicted of stealing from her former master 
Lt. George Brown and running away from his service. 
8. Abigail, b. 12 Nov. 1654. d. 13 June 1657. 



24 

9. Mary, b. 24 Dec. 1656, liv. 1700, md. 29 Sept. 1681 Roger Kelly. 

She or Sister Mehitable was John Esley's apprentice, .1666. 
io. Samuel, b. 6 Nov. 1659, *■ 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 343-4 
HOWSE 
f-JOHN HOWSE. aparsonofEastwellCo. Kent, Eng. Will 30 Aug. -8 Sept. 1630 

md. Alice living 1630. Children all b. at Eastwell, except 1st, 

Vu HANNAH, b. 1592, d. June 1634, md. lo Oct. 1610 JOHN LATHROP. 

2. John, bapt. 19 June 1603, d. 1634, md. 18 Sept. 1623 Mary Osborne. 

3. Priscilla, bapt. 25 Aug. 1605, bur. 28 Nov. 1618. 

4. Thomas,, bapt. 21 Aug. 1607, will proved 23 Dec. 1644, md. 
Elizabeth . 

5. Samuel, bapt. 10 June 1610, d. 1661 md. 1635 Elizabeth Hammond. 

6. Henry, bapt. 28 June l6l2. 

Ref. : New Eng. Reg. 66:356-358; 67: 260. 
HUGGINS 
VjOHN HUGGINS, Hampton, son of Robert &. Sarah, Dover N. H. , came from 
Dedham, Mass. , where he sold in 1639; lived near Hampton Landing Place 
and in Mac. 1643-4 pledged his house to deliver pipe -staves. A dm. John 

Legate's estate II Apr. 1665. He md. BRIDGET , b. 1615-17, depos. in 

Essex Court about Henry Green's dau. His will, senior, aged 61, 31 May 1670. 
He d. 7 June 1670; w. Bridget and son John executors, John to have the land 
in the woods called Mr. Legate's: younger children to have Christian educa- 
tion. Jacob Freese held some of his estate in 1724 when the Websters were 
acting for the heirs. She md. 2d 6 Feb. 1672 as 3d. wife, John Clifford. Her 
Willi Sept. 1679-26 Aug. 1680 names ch. and grand dau. Mary Mattoon, how 
not apparent, unless dau. of Martha. Children b. at Hampton, N. H. 
-^l. SUSANNA, bapt. 6 Sept. 1640. liv. 1705, md. 1667, CHARLES ALLEN. 

2. Esther, md. in Rowley, Mass., 19 Oct. 1664 Anthony Austin; moved 
to Suffield, Conn. abt. Dec. 1674, where she d. 7 Mar. 1697-8. 

3. John, b. abt. 1646-7, d. 1704, Springfield, Mass; md. 1st Hannah 
Buckley, md. 2d. abt. 1684 Experience Jones. 

4. Elizabeth, md. in Rowley, Mass., 3 June 1670 Timothy Palmer. She 
d. bef. 1724. 

5. Mary, b. 29 May 1650. 

6. Bridget, b. 26 Dec. 1651, md. in Newbury, Mass. . 9 Mar. ]68o-j 
John Webster. She d. bef. 1732. 

7. Martha, b. 1 1 Nov. 1654 md. prob. a Mattoon and a Mushal. 

8. Anna, b. 15 Mar. 1658-9, md, in Newbury, 24 Dec. 1678, Richard 
WooUery. 

9. Nathaniel, b. 15 July 1660, d. in Greenland, N.H. , md, 1st Sarah 
Haines, md. 2d. 10 Dec. 1716, Judith, wid. of William Berry. 6 ch. by 

rst wife. 

Ref, : Gen. Diet. Me. & n, h. P. 355-6 



25 

HULL 

THOMASHULL, md. llj-n. 1572, Crewkerne, Somerset, Eng. , Joanna 
Peson. Children, b. prob. there. 

1. vVilliam, bapt. 6 Nov. 1574, d. 1627, unmd. 

2. George, b. abt. 1590, .d. before 25 Aug. 1659, md. 1st 27 Sept, 1614 
Thamzen Mitchell, md. 2d Sarah ( — ) Phippen, 

3. John. b. 1593. 

4. JOSEPH, b. 1595, d. 15 Nov. 1665, md. 1st abt. 1618 JOANNE. 

5. ? Robert, md. 

6. ? Richard, md. d. 3 Dec. 1662. 

JOSEPH HULL, b. 1 594-5 Crewkerne, Somerset, Eng., md. ist abt. 1618, 
Joanne — . Shed. abt. 1633, Eng. He md. 2d 1 634 Agnes ---, b. 1610, 
d. after 1665. Rev. ; received B. A, , St. Mary's Hall Oxford University, 1614; 
teacher and curate at Colyton, Devon, the rector of Northleigh, diocese of 
Exeter, 1621-1632 (resigned), he next appears, aged 40, leading a large com- 
pany, including his wife Agnes, aged 25, 7 children, and 3 servants, which 
arrived Boston, 5 May 1635 and went to Wessaguscus, soon Weymouth. Free- 
man 2 Sept. 1635. An Episcopalian, and also active in civil life, dissension 
soon came, even in his children, in 1636 he was living in Hingham (the part 
now Hull), Mass. , Com. t. e. s. c. , Dep. Sept, 1638 and Mar. 1639, tho still 
serving Weymouth, where he preached last in May 1639. Barnstable same 
year freeman 3 Dec. 1639, Dep. from Barnstable, Mass., same month. Yar - 
mouth, Mass. , 1641, there excommunicated for his act in leaving Barnstable, 
a breach partly healed in Mar. 1643 when he and his wife were received back 
into Barnstable church. Gov, Winthrop, calling him 'an excommunicated per- 
son and very contentious, 'shows him at York, Me. before May 1643; he and 
his wife were witnesses to Henry Simpson's deed in July 1645, he alone witness- 
ed Henry Simpson's will 18 Mar. 1646-7. Apparently leaving all but his small- 
est children behind, he was at Launceston, Co. Cornwall, in 1652, called Mr. 
Joseph Hull, minister; i years later was ejected from the rectory of Buryan, 
Co. Cornwall. He returned to his children at Oyster River; later at tlie Shoals, 
these islands owing him-L2o when he d. 19 Nov. 1665. Administration to wid. 
Agnes, the chief item the inventory "His books tio. ' Children, by 1st wife, 
prob. b. Northleigh, Exeter, Devon, Eng. 

1. Joanna, b. 1620, md. istabt. 28 Nov. 1639, John Bursley, at Sandwich, 
Mass., md. 2d. 1671 Dolor Davis. 

2. Joseph, b. 1622; apparently the son in disgrace at York, Me. Feb. 
1644-5; ^^ ^^^^^ mentioned. 

3. Tristram, b. 1624, d. 22 Feb. 1667, md. Blanche --- bef. 1648. 

4. T-ni,;erance, b. 1626. liv. 1672, md. abt. 1645 John Bickford, 

5. ELIZABETH, b. 1628, d. 30N0V. 1706, md. abt, 1642, JOHN HEARD. 

6. Griselda, b. 1630, md. James Warren. 

7. Dorothy, b.^^1632, liv. July 1685. md. 1st Oliver Kent, md. 2d after 
28 June 1670, Benjamin Matthews. 

B y 2d wife, Agnes, 



26 

8. Sarah, b. 1635-6, Weymouth, Mass., d. 1647, unmd. 

9. Hopewell, b. 1637, Weymouth, Mass., of Piscataway. N.I. one of lis 
founders, md. bef. 29 Dec. 1669 Mary Martin; will 26 Mar-27 Apr. 1693. 
Wid. md. 2d 9 Apr. 1696, Justinian Hall. 

10. Benjamin, bapt. 22 Mar. 1639,- Bingham, Mass., d. 1713, md. abt. 
1668, Rachel York, dau. of Richard. 

11. Naomi, bapt. 23Mar. 1639-40, Barnstable, Mass., rad. Davy DanielT 

She was living 1685. 

12. Ruth, bapt. 9 May, 1642, Barnstable, Mass. 

13,. Dodavah, b. abt. 1644, York, Me., d. by 1682, md. Mary Seward, 

dau. of Richard, She md. 2d Dr. Samuel Blagdon, 
♦ 14. Priscilla, b. abt. 1645-6, bur. 1652, Launceston, Eng. 

15. Phineas, b. 1647, York, d. by 1693, md. ist between Nov. 1673 

June 1679 Jerusha Hitchcock, md. 2d after 21 Dec. i68^Mary(Rishworth) 

(White) Sayward. 

t6, Reuben, b. 1649, York, Me.', will dated 23 Dec. 1689, md, abt. 

1672, Hannah Ferniside, dau, of John. 

17. Samuel, b. abt. 165 1, York, Me.. oF Piscataway , N.J. , md. istOct. 

1677, Mary Manning, ofN.J,; md. 2d bef. 1702, Margaret -----. 
Ref. : Gen Diet. Me & N. H. p. 357-8 
Dawes-Gates Allied Fam. 2:453 
KNIGHT 
EZEKIEL KNIGHT, Wells, Me., (an Eze"kiel Knight was apprenticed in 1619 
and made free of the Fishmongers Co. , London, in 1626). Of Salem, Mass. , 
in 1637 and in 1641 of Braintree, Mass. , where his wife Elizabeth d. in 1 642, 
he reached Wells in 1643, one of the first settlers, building a house near the 
mouth of the Mousam River. Selling in 1645 he was granted land onthe Web- 
hannet and built there. Of Puritan inclination, he gained great prominence 
on the ascendancy of Mass. , submitted willingly in {653, was made freeman 
and immediately appointed com. t. e. s. c. , an office hqld for many years . 
From 1653 he -nsls frequently gr. juror and selectman; Associate Justice 1662, 
1663, 1664, 1668, 1669; Assistant 1647; Rep. 1680; agent for Rigby; signed 
a 1 1 the petitions in favor of the Mass. govt. ; and in the absenceof a minister 
'improved his best abilities in speaking out the word of God, praying, singing 
psalms and reading a good orthodox sermon. Three wives successively shared 
his Wells, Ann (liv. in 1655), wid. Esther Lovering who d, in or before 1675 
and wid. Mary Hill, dau. of Gov. Theophilus Eaton and wid. of Valentine 
Hill of Boston, who d. 24 Apr. 1708 in Dover, N. H. , His old age was spent 
in Dover where he d. 1689. Will 18 Apr- 16 Sept 1689, left 2/3 of his estate 
to his son Ezekiel and 1/3 to his dau. Elizabeth Wentworth, after a life estate 
in his wife. Children, by 1st wife, b. in Braintree, Mass. 

1. ELIZABETH, b. abt. 1630, liv. 4 Apr. 1697, md. by 1646 WILLIAM 
WENTWORTH. 

2. Ezekiel, b. [ Feb. 1640- 1, d. i Aug, 1641. 
Prob. by 2nd wife: 



27 
I. Ezekiel. b. abt. 1650, W el Is . will 19 June 1717-25 Feb. 1718 md. 
Sarah Littlefield, wid. of Thomas. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p 403 

LATHROP 

The family name Lathrop undoubtedly was derived from Lowthroppe, a small 
parish in the Wapentake of Dickering, East Riding, co. York, ling. In and near 
this small parish lived the earliest known Lathrops, who spelled the name in 
various ways, some of the forms being Lowthrop, Lothrop, Louthrop, and Low- 
throppe. 

JOHN LOWTHROPPE was living in Cherry Burton, a parish about 4 miles from 
Lowthroppe, early in the i6th century. Although belonging to a junior branch 
of the family both in Cherry Burton and in various other parts of the county. 
Of his parentage there is no definite knowledge, the early parish registers hav- 
ing disappeared. No record of baptisms before 1597, none of burials before 
156^1, and none of marriages before 1562 now remain. He was assessed twice 
as much as any of the inhabitants of Cherry Burton parish 1545. Note: Low- 
throppeis4 1/2 miles northeastof Great Driffield. Having about 1 50 inhabitants. 
It is a perpetual curacy in the archdeaconry of York, Children: 

>(i, ROBERT, will proved 20 Oct. 1558, md. Ellen . 

2. , 3. , 4, 3 dauSi who md, and had families. 
ROBERT LOTHROPE, will i6july-20Oct, 1 558, Cherry Burton, co. York, md. 
Ellen — b, 1572. Children, of Cherry, Burton, co. York, 

1, THOMAS, will proved Jan, 1607, md. 3 times. 

2, Lawrence, md. Elizabeth . 

3. Margaret, md. Robert iiodgeson. 

4. John, 

THOMAS LOTHROPE, will 5 Oct. 1606-Jan. 1607, md. 1st Elizabeth ---wid. 
of Mr, Clark, She was bur, 29 July 1574 at Etton, co. York, He md. 2d. 
Mary ? Salte, prob. dau. Roben Salte, who md. a dau. of John St. Andrews. 
She was buried 6 Jan. 1588 at Etton, He md. 3d Jane — , who md. 2d Mr. 
Coppendale, Children by 1st wife, ist 4 b. Cherry Burton, the rest at Etton. 

1. Robert, b, afe^t, 1563, md, 27 Jan. 1608 Ann Pattison. 

2. Catherine, b. abt. 1565, md. 12 June 1607 William Akett. 

3. Audrey, b. abt. 1566, md, Mr. Wickman. 

4. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1567, md, 1,9 Feb. 1588 Thomas Ro wood. 

5. Anne, bapt. 13 Feb. 1569, d. bef. 1576. 

6. Israel, bapt. 3 July 1570. 

_7. Martin, bapt. 21 Oct. 1572, bur. 12 Nov. 1572. 

8. Andrew, bapt. 23 Apr. 1574, d. after 1628. 
By 2d wife, b. at Etton. 

9, Anne, bar%^ 29 jdly 1576, md. 1st --- md, 2d John Stearns. 

10, Mary, b. abt. 1579, md, Thomas Gallant. 

11. Thomas, bapt. 14 Oct. 1582, will dated 20 Oct. 1628, md. Eliza- 
beth , 

• 12. JOHN, bapt. 20 Dec. 1584, d. 8 Nov. 1653 md. ist 10 Oct. 1610, 



28 

HANNAH HOWSE, md. 2d 17 Feb. 1635 Anne . 

13. William, bapt. 24 May 1587. 
By 3d wife, 

14. Margaret, bapt 13 Feb. 1591. 

15. Isabel, bapt. 29 Sept. 1 592, 

16. Lucy, bapt. 4 Jan. 1594, md. r6 June if'^ Ralph Cawnsby. 

17. Richard, bapt. 12 Oct, 1595, will prorea June 1641, md. Dorothy 
Lowden. 

18. Mark, bapt, 2-j Sept. 1597, will proved 17 Apr. 1660, prob. unmd. 

19. Lawrence, bapt. 29 Aug. 1 599, d. after 1641. 

20. Jane, bapt. 14 Mar. 1601. 

21. Joseph, bapt. 31 Dec. 1602. 

22. Bartholomew, bapt, i Mar. 1605. 

■JOHN LATHROP, bapt. 20 Dec, 1584, Etton, co. York, Eng. was a m-inister 
ofthe established Church of England at Egerton, Kent. Here he labored faith - 
fully as long as he could approve the ritual on government of the Church. But, 
when he could no longer do this we find him conscientiously renouncing his 
orders. In 1623, he left the Church and joined with the Independents, be- 
coming pastor of the First Independent Church of London for at least 8 years . 
They were forced to meet secretly. Agents of the bishop "tracked Mr. Latli- 
ropp and his followers to their retreat. Their meeting was suddenly invaded 
and 42 of their number were seized and sent in fetters to the Old Clink prison 
in Newgate, In the spring of 1634 all but Mr. Lathropp were released on bail, 
but he was deemed too dangerous to be set at liberty. 

"During these months a fatal sickness was preying upon his wife, and bring- 
ing her fast tov/ard her end. Of this sickness she died. He procured liberty of 
the bishop to visit his wife before her death, and commended her to Go^d by 
prayer, who soon gave up the ghost. At his return to prison, his poor children 
being many, repaired to the bishop at Lambeth, and made known unto him 
their miserable condition, by reason of their good father's beiag continued in 
close durance, who commiserated their condition so far as to grant him liberty , 
who soon after came over into New England, " He came in the "Griffin" to 
Boston, 18 Sept. 1634, He settled ist at Scituate, Mass. and removed to 
Barnstable ii Oct, 1639, wherehe was pastor of churches. He md, ist 10 Oct. 
l6loatEastwell, co. Kent, Eng. HANNAH HOWSE, b, abt. 1592, co. Kent, 
dau, of Rev. John Howse and his wife Alice ---. She d. in June 1634 near 
Umbeth, London, Eng. He md. 2d 17 Feb. 1635 at Scituate, Mass., Anna 
---. Shed. 25 Feb. 1688, Barnstable, Mass., He d. 8 Nov. 1653, Barn- 
stable. Children, istb. at Eastwell, co. Kent., next 5 b. Egerton, co. Kent, 
the next 2 b. Lambeth, London, Eng, By Ist wife; 

1. Thomas, bapt. 21 Feb. 1613, "J* 1/07 md. 11 Dec. 1639 Sarah (Ewer) 
Learned, 

2. JANE. bapt. 29 Sept. 1614, d. bcf. 1683, md. 8 Apr. 1 635 SAMUEL 
FULLER, (see Knapp chapter). 

3. Anne, bapt. 12 May 1616, bur. 30 Apr. 1617. 



29 

4. John, bapt, 22 Feb. 1618, d. bef. 1645; unmd. 

5. Barbara, bapt. 31 Oct. 1619 md. 19 July 1638 John Emerson, 

6. SAMUEL, b. 1622. d. 2c Feb. 1700 md. 1st ELIZABETH SCUDDER. 

7. Joseph, b. 1624, will proved 9 Apr. 1702, md. 11 Dec. 1650 Mary 
Ansell. 

8. Benjamin, b, abt. 1626, d. 5 July 1691, md, Martha ---. 
By 2d wife; 1st 2 b. Scituate, the rest b.- Barnstable, Mass, 

9. Barnabas, bapt, 6 June 1636, d. 26 Oct. 1715 md. 1st i Dec. 1658 
Susanna Clark, md. 2d Abigail (Button) Dodson. 

10. Dau, , b, 30 July 1638, d, 30 July 1638. 

11. Abigail^ bapt. 2 Nov. 1639, md. 7 Oct. 1657 James Clark. 

12. Bathsha, bapt. 27 Feb. 1641-2, d. 8 Jan, 1723 md, 1st 1668 Benjamin 
Bale, md. 2d Alexander Marsh. 

13. John, b, 9 Feb. 1644, d, 27 Sept, 1727 md. 1st 3 Jan, i67i-2Mary 
Cole. md. 2d 9 Dec. 1698 Hannah (Morton) Fuller, Will 7 Oct, -19 Oct. 

1738. 

14. Son, b, and bur, 25 Jan, 1 649, 

-j'SAMUEL LATHROP, b. I 622, Egerton, co. Kent, md, 1st 28 Nov. 1644 at 
Barnstable, Mass. , ELIZABETH SCUDDER, b, 1622, d. bef. .'690 , sister of 
John Scudder, of Barnstable, Mass, , and prob. dau. of Henry Scudder, son of 
John Scudder, who was bro. of William Scudder. He md. 2d, 1690 Abigail 
Doane, b, 29 Jan. 1632, Plymouth, Mass., d. 23 Jan. 1734, dau. Dea. John 
Doane. Children, ist b, at Boston, the rest at Norwich, New London, Conn, 

1. John, bapt, 7 Dec. 1645, d. 25 Aug. 1688 md. 15 Dec. 1669 Ruth Royce, 

2. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 1648, md, ist 15 Dec. 1669 Isaac Royce, md. 2d 
Joseph Thompson, 

3. Samuel b. Mar, 1650, d. 9 Dec, 1732, md, ist Nov, 1675 Hannah 
Adgate, md, 2d 30 Dec, 1697 Mary Edgerton. 

> 4, SARAH, b, Oct. 1655, d. II Nov. 1706, md, 21 Apr, 1681 NATHANIEL 
ROYCE, 

5. Martha, b, Jan. 1657, d, 21 Sept, 1719, md. 12 Dec. 1677 John Moss, jr. 

6. Israel, b, Oct. 1659, d. 28 Mar, 1733, md. 8 Apr. 1686 Rebecca Bliss. 

7. Joseph, b. Oct. 1661, d. 5 July 1740, md. ist 8 Apr. 1686 Mary 
Scudder, md. 2d 2 Feb. 1697 Elizabeth Watrous, md. 3d. 22 Nov. 1727, 
Martha ( ) Perkins. 

8. Abigail, b. May 1665, md. 9 Dec. 1686 John Huntington. 

9. Anne, b. Aug. 1667, d. 19 Nov. 1745, md. .Villiam Hough, 

Ref. : Lathrop Memoirs p. 46-8 

LISSEN 

NICHOLAS LISSEN, b. 1614-18, probably Eng, , millman, S:;lem, and Marble- 
head, Mass., 1637; of Gloucester, Mass., 10 Oct. 1648 bot George Barlow's 
two houses and lands in Exeter, N. H. ; town gr. 12 Jan, 1648-9, the first of 
many, incL. milUprivileges, One of three to collect town rent for sawmills 
1653; Selectman 1654-56, 1662, 1666; Committee on Dover-Exeter bounds 
1671-2, He hothouse and land at the waterside 1654, interest in various new 



30 

sawmills, and in May 1667 from Mr. Robert Wadleigh half his 320 acres on 
Lamprill River, from which both had been dispossessed and Mr. Samuel Symonds 
put in, bef. 30 Oct. l668. Two wives in sight once each, Alice 1666, Jane 
md. in Exeter, N. H. 14 Dec. 1682. He spent his last years with Nicholas and 
Mary (Gordon) Smith; andd. when their son Richard was 8 or 9 years old. Call- 
ed deceased in deed 20 May 1697. Adm. 8 Dec. 1714 to gr. sons Alexander 
Magoon and Nicholas Gordon; late div to three da us. or representatives. Child- 
ren, b. prob. in Esse'%Co. Mass. 

1. Hannah, b. aut. 1637, d. 1659-60, md. abt. 1654 John Beaa 

2. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1639, d. i4Junei675. md. abt. 1656, H«iry Magoon. 

3. MARY, b. abt. 1642, liv. 1697, md. abt. 1662 ALEXANDER GORDON. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p 436. 
LOCKE 

T'^NATHANIEL LOCKE', of whom no contemporary evidence is found, was tra- 
ditionally the father of John, Judith, Sabina, and Nathaniel. The theory is 
put forward that he came to Hampton 1660 (preceded by his son John) accom - 
panied by a young wife Sabina (Hemins) and her children, that he soon died , 
andthathiswidow was that sabina who md. William Marston, 1663, and John 
Redman, after 1673. Another source, the Locke Genealogy, states that John 
and Nathaniel were brothers, sons of a Thomas Locke, who md. 26 July 1624 
Cliristena French. They had a son John, bapt. 16 Sept. 1627, and Nathaniel 
could be b. abt. 1629, bapt. 11 Nov. This Nathaniel is the one above who 
md. Sabina Hemins, and had Nathaniel, of Great Island 1671, worked on high- 
ways there Mar-Sept. 1672; soon died without issue., Judith md. 1st 8 July 
1678 William Berry, Jr.; md. 2d. 10 Dec. 1716 Nathaniel Huggins, and d. 19 
Jan. 1753 very old, and Sabina, b. abt. 1661 on the ocean, rod. 19 Dec. 1689 
William Berry, b. 1663, son of John and Susanna ( — ) Berry, and gr. son 
William Berry, Sr. Sabina Locke Berry, md, 2d 8 Dec. 1710 Abraham Lewis, 
and 3d 7 Mar. i7i6-7John Philbrick; andd, in 1761, aged 95. Sabina 
(Hemins) (Locke) (Marston) (Redman) d. 10 Nov. 1689. 

--ijOHN LOCKE, Capt. , Rye, carpenter, presumbably nearly related to Nathaniel 
Locke and to William Marston's wife Sabina. 'By tradition ist at Dover, N, H. 
but seen ist at Portsmouth in Jan. 1656-7, getting 8 acres house- lot between 
John Jackson and William Cotton. He had md. abt. 1652 ELIZABETH BERRY, 
b, abt. 1635, dau. of William and Jane ( — ) Berry, who was liv. 1708. (see 
Berry). With her he sold his original grant and the buildings in Mar, 1 660-1 , 
In 1661 she deposed abt. the fight between the Abbot-Cate wives. Capt, 
Locke's Portsmouth fine feiiiittetl 1665. Oath of Allegiance 2 Oct. 1666. Abt. 
1 666 he settled, without authority, onjocelyn's la;ter Locke's Neck, now called 
Straw's Point, in Rye, then Hampton, and after much controversy was accepted 
inhabitant by Hampton 8 Mar. 1667, North Yarmouth witness 1672. . Tr. J. 
1684, 1685; gr. jury, 1689. Killed by Indians 26 Aug. 1696, supposedly 70 
years; Minister Pike then called him Lieut. Wid. liv. when division made 4 
May 1708, to be maintained by the adms. John and Joseph Locke, sons. Ch, 
b. near Hampton, N. H. daus. , all called Locke in div. 



3' 
V I. JOHN, b. 1653-4, liv. Dec. 1733, md. Elizabeth . 

2. Elizabeth, only one not in division. 

3. Nathaniel, b. 1661-2, d. 12 Nov. 1734, ^^- 22 Jaii» 1688-9 Dorothy 
Blake. 

4. Alice, md. 14 Mar. 1705, Nehemiah Berry, son of John, jr. 

5. Edward, md. abt, 1692, Hannah Jenness. He was liv. 1738. 

6,. Tryphena, md. at Haverhill, Mass., 14 June 1693 John Webster, 

7. Rebecca, 

8. Mary, md. in Boston, Mass., 31 jan, 1697 William Hepworth. 

9. William, b. 17 Apr. 1677. d. in Rye 22 Jan. 1768, md. 23 Nov. 1699 
Hannah Knowles, who d, 12 Sept. 1769. 

10. James, , liv. 174^-3, md. 2d, in Greenland 3 Dec. 171 3, Hannah 
Philbrick. Son James, Jr, , md. 25 Oct. 1720, Sarah Rem ick. 

11. Joseph, d. Mar, 1768, md. in Greenland 1708, Salome White 
7 children, 

JOHN LOCKE, Jr. b. ib53-4, near Hampton, N.H«; lived on homestead in Rye 
with wife Elizabeth. Gr. Jury 1694, 1698; jury 1694, U^A- Abt. 1677 his 
father gave him half his right on Jocelyn's Neck; half of this he gave In 1707-8 
to son John, who was to pay Robert Elliot's debt, and the other half on condi- 
tion he maintained his mother and pay brother Jethro b5. Living Dec. 1733. 
Children b. at Rye, N. H. 

I. John, b. 1683, admitted Greenland, N.H, church, 1723. Wife Sarah 
and 4 of 8 or more children d. 1736 from throat distemper. * 

-^'-2. DEBORAH, b. abt, 1685, d. 18 Sept, 1753, md. abt. 1707 JUDE ALLEN. 

' 3. Elizabeth, md. in Greenland, 28 Feb. 1710-1 S?muel Neal, Jr. 

4. Jethro, Rye; md. 7 Jan, 1720 Dorothy Locke, b, 20 Mar, 169 1, dau. 
Nathaniel and Dorothy (Blake) Locke, who d, bef, him, 2 of 4 ch, , Jethro , 
Dorothy, in will 18 June-28 July 1737. 

5. Alice, d. bef. 1740, md. 22 Feb, 1721-2 Thomas Edmunds, Jr, 

6. Mary, md, as 2d wife 25 May 1727 George Banfield, 

7. Mehitable, admitted Greenland Church 1725. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me, & N. H. p. 441 

MARBURY 
JOHN MARBURY, of Cransby, Co. Northampton, Eng, md, Eleanor -— , Ch, 

1. WILLIAM b. abt. 1446, md. ANNE BLOUNT 

2. Thomas, d. bef. 151 3. 

3. Robert, d. after 1511. 

WILLIAM MARBURY, of Girsby, co. Luicoln, Eng. md. Anne Blount dau. of 
Thomas and Agnes (Hawley) Blount, (see Blount). Children, b. prob, Girsby , 
CO. Lincoln. * • 

1, Jane, md. Mr, Nevill 

2, Mary, md. Mr. Burton. 

3, Margaret, "a Nun". , ' 

4, Anne, 

5, Elizabeth, md, Mr, Goldsmith. 



32 

6. Alice, md. John Marbury. 

7. Thomas, d. 1545. md. 1st AgcSs Lynn, md. 2d Helen (Hulton) 
Humphrey. ■» 

8. Humphrey 9. John 10 Lawrence 

II. ROBERT, will proved 28 Sept. 1545, md. CATHERINE . 

ROBERT MARBURY,. will 28 July-28 Sept. 1545. of Burgh-upon-Bain, Girsby , 

CO. Lincoln, md. Catherine ■, d. il Aug. 1525. Son WILLIAM. 

WILLL^M MARBURY, b. 1524 Girsby, co. Lincoln, Eng. Will 26 Jan-l6 Nov. 
1581. md, Agnes Lenton, dau. of John Lenton, Esq., of Old Wynkill. Child- 
ren, b. prob. Girsby, co. Lincoln, 

1. Roben, bapt. June 1545. 

2. Edward, Sir, d. 1605, md. ii June 1582 Mary Welcome. 

3. William, d. without issue. 

4. Mary, md, Thomas Middleton. 

5. Anne, md, William Broxholme. 

6. Francis, 3d, son, md, ist Elizabeth Moore, md, 2d 1589 Bridget 
Dryden. 

7. CATHERINE^ liv. after 1633, md, 19 Aug. 1583 CHRISTOPHER 
WENTWORTH, 

Ref, : New England Register 20:365 

Boston Transcript 20 Oct, 1 924 
New York Gen. & Bio. Record 45:17 
Marbury Anc. by M. B. Colket. 

PHILBRICK 

THOMAS PHILBRICK, Hampton. A Watertown propr. 1636, selling out in 

Jan. 1645-6 and joining his sons in N, H, Culler of staves 1655. His wife, 
Elizabeth ---, d. 19 Feb. 1663-4, His wUl, aged i2 Mar. 1663-4 —-8 Oct. 
1667 names several gr. ch. and ch. ; 

1. John, Hampton, md. Ann (?Knapp) (Wm. of Watertown) and was lost at 
sea with wife and dau. 20 Oct. 1657 going to Boston. 

2. James, chr, 2 Dec. 1619 md, istjane Roberts, 2nd Ann Robens. He 
was drowned 16 Nov. 1674, 

3. THOMAS, b. abt. 1625-6 md, 1st 1647 Ann . 

4. Elizabeth, md. ist Thomas Chase, md, 2nd 26 Oct. 1654 John Garland 
md. 3rd 19 Jan. 1673-4 Henry Robie. Shed, ii Feb. 1677,^ ^''' 

5. Hannah, md. Philip Lewis. 

6. Mary, md. ist Edward Tuck. md. 2nd James Wall. Shed. 28 Oct. 1702. 

7. Martha, b, 1633, md. ist John Cass. md. 2nd 30 Nov. 1676 William 
Lyons Sr. She d. 4 Aug. 1694. 

THOMAS PHILBRICK, abt, 43 in 1668, abt. 46 in 1672, md, ist one Ann who 
d, 17 May 1667; md. 2nd 22 Sept. 1669 Hannah (French), wid. of John White 
of Haverhill. She was living 1694. In May 1647 he bought Wm, Sanborn's 
former house and in 1658 q. e, it to loving father who passed it on to a long 
lineofdesc. Guardian of his WaU nieces 1 659. Selectman 1654, 1663, 1677- 
8, 1693, freeman 29 May 1668; Ensign (com. 1679); Sgt. ; Rep. 1693; Deacon 



33 
his last year; often moderator and on Jury. He d. 24 Nov. 1700 aged 76. 

1. Mary b. ri Sept. 1651 md. Jacob Perkins 30 Dec. 1669. 

2. Bethia b. 15 Dec. 1654, md. 24 Apr. 1677 Caleb Perkms. 

3. Jonathan b. 4 July 1657 md. a dau. of Benjamin Shaw. He d,s. p. 1747. 

4. Samuel b. 19 May 1660 d. 22 Apr. 1694 leaving wife Jane, 

5. Elizabeth b, i Nov. 1663 d. 21 May 1667. 

6. Elizabeth b. 3 May 1667. She or her cousin dau. of James md. 2 July 
1 69 1 Nathaniel Beny. Moved to Mansfield, Conn. 

By 2nd wife; 

7. William b. 27 June 1670 d, 1714 md. 10 Oct. 1689 Mary Neal. 

8. Jane md. 17 May 1700 Joseph Cram. 

..•^•... 9. HANNAH -- only Hannah I could find who would be right age to marry 
ISRAEL SMITH b. 1671. 

Ref. : Den. Diet. Me, and N. H. p. 546. 
ROLLINS 
JAMES ROLLINS, Dover (part later Newington), prob. he was at Newbury, 
Mass,, 1634-38. Signed Dover Combination, 1 640 : witnessed a York deed, 
1643. Town grant in 1644 and 1656 (100 aaes at Bloody Point), Bot a house 
Long Reach from James Johnson, 1651. Presented for neglecting meeting in 
1656 and for entertaining Quakers in 1659. In 1661 he was in London, where 
he received' cloth to be delivered to Mr, Cogswell of Ipswich and Mr. Raynes 
of York, Me. In 1663-4 he and sons Ichabod and Joseph gave a bond to Mr, 
John Cutt, and in 1676-7 he mortgaged his house and land to Cutt, excepting 
8 acres already deeded to son Morse and 18 acres to son Samuel, He d, bef. 
13 Aug. 1687, Will, 16 Dec, 1685-25 July 1691, names wife Hannah, eldest 
son Ichabod, sons Benjamin, Joseph, 'all my children, sons and daus, , every 
one of them. ' Henry Langstaff , Obadiah Morse and Philip Chesley overseers 
A lot granted to him wis laid out to Amos Murrell in 1722, Children, b. 
prob., Dover, N.H, 

1. Ichabod, b, abt, 1643, called cousin and kinsman by Capt. Walter 
Barefoot, d. bef, 1700 md, abt. 1674 Mary Tibbetts. 

2. Rebecca, b, abt, 1645, md, bef, 1663 Isaac Stokes. 

3. ?Thomas, b. abt. 1647, estate adm. 19 Oct, 1706, md, by 1670 
Rachel Cox, 

4. Elizabeth, b, abt. 1649, md. by 1670 Obadiah Morse. 

5. SARAH, b. abt, 1652, liv. 20 Mar. 1719, md. abt. 1672 PHILIP 
CHESLEY. 

6. Samuel, b, abt, 1654, d. 29 Oct. 1694, md. bef, 1675 Rebecca 
Pickering, 

7. Joseph, b, abt, 1656, carpenter, charged with stealing a canoe in 1672, 
his bros. Ichabod and Samuel on his bond, 

8. ?John, b. abt. 1659, liv. 1697. 

9. Benjamin, b, 1662, a^iortsmouth with Ichabod, who was responsible 
for his lodging, in 1678; gave a note in 1682; apprenticed to bro, Samuel 
to learn trade of wheelwright 13 Aug. 1687, his father then dead. Sold 



34 

35 acres to John Pickering, Jr., 1689. He prob. d, by 1690. 
Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & ^^ p. 595 

ROYCE 

^ROBERT ROYCE, shoemaker, md. 4 June 1634 Mirtsock, co. Somerset, Eng, 
Mary, Sims, who d. 1696, Wallingford, New Haven, Conn. Bed. before 22 
Sept. 1676 New London, New London, Conn, 
Children b. prob. at Norwich, Conn. 

1, Jonathan b. 1635, d. 1690 md, ist 1656 Mary Spinning, md. 2 June 
• 1660 Deborah Calkins, 

2. Sarah, b. 1636, d. i May 171 1, md. 1 658 John Calkins, 

3, Joshua, b. 14 Apr. 1637. 

4. Nehemiah, b. 1638, d. Nov. 1 706 md. 1st 20 Nov. 1660 Hannah Mor- 
gan, md, 2d 1678 Esther . 

^5. NATHANIEL, b, 24 Mar, 1639-40, d. 8 Feb. 1726, md. 1st 27 Oct, 
1673 Esther Moss, md. 2d 21 Apr. 1781 SARAH LA THROP, md. 3d 24 Aug. 
1707 Hannah Wilcoxson, 

6, Patience, b. i Apr, 1642. 

7, Samuel, Ens, b. abt, 1644, "^ U^^' ^^* istgjan. 1667 Hannah 
Churchill, md. 2d 5 June 1690 Sarah Baldwin. 

8. Isaac, b. abt, 1646, md, 15 Dec, 1669 Elizabeth Lathrop. 

9. Ruth, b. abt. 1648, md. 1st 15 Dec, 1669 John Lathrop, md, 2d 12, 
Feb, 1689 Abraham Doolittle. 

^NATHANIEL ROYCE, Ens. b. 24 Mar. 1639-40. Com. d. 8 Feb. 1726, Wall- 
ingford, Conn., md. 1st. 27 Oct. 1673 Esther Moss, b. 2 Jan. 1653-4 New 
Haven, Conn. , dau. of John Moss. She d. 19 June 1677, Wallingford, Conn. 
He md. 2d 21 Apr, 1681 SARAH LATHROP. b. Oct. 1655. Norwich. Conn. . 
dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Scudder) Lathrop. Shed, ii Nov. 1706, Wall- 
ingford, Conn. He md. 3d 24 Aug. 1707 Hannah (Wilcoxson) Famum. He 
md. 4th 25 Aug. 1708, Abigail (Cook) Pomeroy-Hoyt. Children, b. WaUing- 
ford. Conn. Two children by 1st wife, the rest by 2d, 

1. John, b. II Apr. 1675, d. 19 June 1677, 

2. Benjamin, 6 May 1677, d, 20 Oct, 1703, md, 26 May 1701 Rebecca 
Wilcoxson. 

By 2nd wife: 

3. Sarah, b, 3 Apr. 1683. d. 31 Jan, 1733, ^'^' ^7 Sept, 1701 Hawkins 
Hart. 

4. Esther, b. 10 Sept. 1685, d. 14 Oct. 1703; unmd, 

-+5. LOVE, b. 29 July 1687, md. 2 May 1704 SAMUEL HALL, 

6. Elizabeth, b. 28 Dec, 1689, d. 2 Sept. 1755, md, 28 June 1707, 
John Hall. 

Ref. : Bullard and Allied Families 

Families of Anc. New Haven 7: 1551 by Jacobus. 
Goodwin & Morgan Anc, Lines i:29'^-30i, 
SCUDDER 
.'^THOMAS SCUDDER of London, England came to Salem, Mass. in 1635. d. 



35 

1658, md. Elizabeth Lower, dau. John Lower of Darenth, Co; Kent, Eng. She 
d. 1666 Salem, Mass. Numerous discrepancies occur in this family. Thomas 
was supposedly the son of a John Scudder. Elizabeth Lower had a bro. John 
whose will was dated 8 June 1645 and proved 5 Feb. 1650. Children b. prob. 
at Groton, Eng. 

1. William, d. bef. 1657 md. Penelope , Left son Thomas. 

2. Thomas, b. aft. 1617 d. 16 Nov. 1690, Huntingdon, Long Island, md. 
Elizabeth Somers, or Mary or both. 

3. John, b. 1 61 9, d. 1689-90 md. 1642 Mary King. 

•4. Henry, will dated 25 Jan. 1661, md. Catherine Este, 
-^5. ELIZABETH, b. abt. 1 622, md. 28 Nov. 1644 SAMUEL LOTHROP. 
6. Martha living 1645 and died bef. 1657. Presumably unmd, 
Ref. : Jacobus Anc. Thomas C. Brainerd. 

SMITH 

NICHOLAS SMITH, Exeter, N. H. , b. 1629, bota house from James Wall in 

Sept. 1658, John and Elizabeth G i 1 m a n witnesses. Selectman 1658; Com- 
missioner 1659; gr. jury 1659, i670;jury, 1665, tavern license 1659; constable 
1668, 1669. In 1668 sued Nicholas Lissen for mowing his flats; in Apr. 1669, 
aged 40, depos. that he offered Abraham Collins what com he wanted on 
Lissen 's account; Richard Smith depos. in same case. His ist wife unknown; 
hemd. 2d after Qct, 1665 Mary (Satchell) Dale, and d. 22 June 1673. A dm. 
to widow 14 Oct. 1673. Her 3d husband, Charles Runlett acknowledged a 
judgment for her to Mr. John Cutts who in 1677 sold part of the homestead to 
Nathaniel Folsom. Children, b. Exeter, N. H. By ist wife: 

I, Nathaniel, b. 9 June 1660, taken as a child by Dea, William Godfrey, 
in 1677 ordered to remain with John Marion till 21. He depos, at Goody 
Fuller's trial 14 July 1680. Drowned. 
--^2, NICHOLAS, b. 3 Sept. 1661, will 13 Feb. -6 June 1716, 

3. Ann, b. 8 Feb. 1663. Lived with Goody Cole, 1672. md. 15 Mar. 
1679-80 Israel Clifford, 

By 2d wife: 

4. Theophilus, b. 14 Feb. 1667, wQl 14-23 Mar. 1736-7, md, Mary 
Stanyan, who was liv. 13 Feb. 17 17 -8. 5 ch. 

5. Hannah, b. 10 May 1673, md. ist Thomas Odell, Sr. md, 2d Ebenezer 
Folsom, She d, 16 Dec. 1752. 

NICHOLAS SMITH, b. 3 Sept. 1661, Exeter, N, H. , md. abt, 1688 MARY 
GORDON, b. 22 May 1668, Exeter, N, H. , dau, of Alexander and Mary (Lissen) 
Gordon. She d, 1737, Exeter, N, H. He was on jury 1699. Will, 13 Feb, 
-6 June 171 6, names wife Mary, 13 children; wife and son Richard executors. 
Children, b. Exeter, N, H, 

1. Richard, b, abt, 1690, bur. 22 Apr, 1765, rod. Mary Ma toon who d. 
21 Jan, 1772, He was a tanner, ist taxed 1714. 7 ch. 

2. ANN, b, abt, 1692, md. abt, 17 10 JOHN CLARKE. • 

3. Nathaniel, b. 15 SepC 1695, d. 6 Aug. 1757, md. Elizabeth Stone. 
He was of Kingston, N. H, 



36 

4. Daniel, Capt. md. in Biddeford, i Jan, 17 19 Rebecca Emery who jnd. 

2d 28 May 1755 Nathaniel Ladd of.Falmouth, Me. 8 ch, rec. 

, 5. Nicholas, taxed 1718, mS. ist Judith Oilman. Will, of Brentwood 

1753-1758, names 2d wife Susannah (Scribner) Mudgett, 9 ch. 

6. Benjamin, b. I Feb. 1702, Exeter, est. adm. 28 Dec. 1756 ^to widow 

Mehitable; 9 ch. 

7. Edward, Biddeford 1749. See Stackpole Gen. (1920) p. 88. < 

8. John, Capt., Biddeford, Dayton, liv. 1789, rod. Sarah Stackpole; 4 
or more ch. 

9. Mary, md. Daniel Lovering. liv. 1749. 

10. Elizabeth, md. Thomas Mudgett of Brentwood; wid. in Ex. 1749. 

11. Patience, md. 9 Feb. 1729 Joseph Eastman of Kingston, liv. 1749. 

12. Comfort, md. William Lovering; of Kingston 1749. 

13. Abigail, md. Richard Berry of Biddeford, 1749, 

Ref. : Diet. Me. & N. H. P. 646 
4 ROBERT SMITH, tailor Exeter 1639, Hampton by 1654, b. 161 2 Com. t. e.s. 
c. 1643. Oath of A llegiance 17 Apr. 1644. Gr, jury 1 650, 1666, 1669, 
1670, 1674; jury 1 65 1, 1653, 1664-5. One of three magistrates for Exeter 
named by Mass., in 1652. Hampton selectman I 654 , 1660; constable 1671. 
Freed from ordinary training 1673. Gr. j. 1683. Wife SUSANNA killed by 
lightning i2junei68o. His will, 22 Mar. i699-i700(d. 30 Aug. 1706), 
names 5 ch, 
4 I. JONATHAN, b. I 640, liv. 1712, md. at Haverhill, Mass. 25 June 
1669 MEHITABLE HOLDRIDGE. Brickmaker. 

2. Meribah, b. abt. 1643, liv. 1706, md. 2 Dec. 1669 Francis Page. 

3. Asahel, given 40 acres at the new plantation, 44 and 1/5 the cattle. 

4. Israel, of Boston; adm. 20 May 1676 to father, who wrote 24 July 1676, 
agreeing that the estate be divided among his 5 sons, including son-in-law 
Page as one. 

5. Joseph, Col,, Hampton, d. 15 Nov. 1717; no issue, md. 1st bef. 1694 
Dorothy Cotton, whod. 20 Dec. 1706, md. 2d 17 Apr. 1707 Mary Moore, 
who d. 15 Oct. 1708, md. 3d 16 Feb. 1708-9 Mrs, Elizabeth Marshall, 

6. John, tailor, Hampton, liv. 1700, md. 1st 14 May 1675, Rebecca 
Adams, md. 2d. 23 Aug. 1676 Rebecca Marston. 

^^ JONATHAN SMITH, brickmaker, b. 1640, Exeter, k, H. of Hampton, N.H, , 
he bot 15 acres and a house at Exeter from Samuel Leavitt in June 1667, and 
md. at Haverhill, Mass. 25 Jan. 1669-70 MEHITABLE HOLDRIDGE, b. 14 Apr, 
1652, Haverhill, Mass., dau, of William and Isabel ( — ) Holdiidge. He 
probably had his trade from John Wooden from whom he bot land at North 
Plain, Hampton, in 1671. Constable 1699, In 1 706 he deeded to son Israel 
flat; in Hampton which he had of his father, the flats never to be sold, but go 
to Israel's heirs. Liv. I7i2aged72. Children, b. Exeter. 
-^. ISRAEL, b. 16 Jan. 1670-1. Adm, 7 Sept. 1723, md. HANNAH 
PHILBRICK. 
2. Jacob, b. JO Aug. 1673, will 1741-1744, md. bef. 12 Jan. 1701-2, 



37 

Priscilla Rogers of Kittery, Me. 1698-1716. 

3. Ithiel, b. 1676, depos. in June 17 14 aged 38, ab. Quamscot in 1703! 
'Of Hampton' when adm. granted to widow Mary 5 Mar. 1717-8 'of Exeter' 
by inventory. She was living in 1732 when sons Josiah (as admr. ) and 
Solomon (wife Abigail 1725) sold; other childre;; included Ithiel of Brent- 
wood, Joseph of Stratliam, William and Abigail (wife of Benoni Gordon) 
of Exeter. 

4. Abigail, b. 22 June 1678, liv. 1747, md. 25 Dec. 1701 MosesBlake, 
7 children. 

5. Joseph, b. 7 Feb. 1680, liv, 1712, of Dedham, Mass. 

6. Leah, b. 7 Apr. J683. 

7. Mehitable, b. 14 Aug. 1685, liv. 1743, md. Zachariah Clifford, of 
Chester 1721, 5 chn. liv. 1743. 

8. Oliver, md. ist 6 Jvme 1717 Ruth Blake, md. 2d at Kingston 1750, 
Jane Urin. d. 1757-60, leaving widow Jane and ch, 

9. ?Jonathan, md. i7i4Mary Ames (2 ch.) md. 2d 1719 Bridget Keniston 
(12 ch.) will 1741-1742; yet in 1741 Bridget, former widow of Isaac 
Clifford, was now wife of Jonathan Smith. 

AlSRA EL SMITH, b. 1 6 Jan. 1670-I, Exeter, N. H. Adm. 7 Sept. 1723 to son 
Reuben, wid Hannah renouncing in favor of 'my eldest son, ' Mehitable Law- 
rence a witness. Of ' Sttathara, N. H. Children by deed 1736: 

1. Israel, prob. md. 3 July 1718 Hannah Hill of Portsmouth, N. H. 
of Exeter, 1736 and sttatham 1718. 

2, Hannah, md. bef. 1736 Joseph Goss of Exeter. 

v' 3. MARY, md. by 1717 ABRAHAM STOCKBRIDGEof Stratham, N. H. md. 
2 Mr. Joseph Hill, who d. bef. 1756. Shed. 1 Mar. 1780, Stratham. 

4. Deborah, md. 18 Dec. 17 18 Robert Wadleigh IIL 

5. Reuben, md. 28 June 1722 Jean Goss of Exeter. 

6. John, of Exeter 1736, 

7. Mehitable, of Exeter, 1736, unmd. 1736. 

8. Jacob, of Kingston, 1736. 

Ref. : Geo. Dicu Me; & N. H. p. 645. 
STALLION 

"TEDWARD STALLION, md. 1st Margaret - — , b. 1632, d. after 1680, md. 2d. 
1685 Elizabeth Miller, had 2 children, md. 3d. Christian Bell, widow of 
William Chappell. He d. 14 May 1703. Shed. 21 Feb. 1719. 
:7^ I. DEBORAH, b. 1651^ md. 18 Oct. 1669 JAMES A VERY. JR. Shed. 26 
Mar, 1729 Groton, New London, Conn. 

2. Sarah, b. 1653, md. 9 Feb. 1674 John Edgecombe. 

3. Margaret, b. 1655, md. 30 Nov. 1678, Pasco Foote. 

Ref. : Groton Avery Clan. 

STOCKBRIDGE 
>foHN STOCKBRIDGE, b. 1608. a wheelwright by trade, came to New England 
in the Blessing, John Leicester, master, in June 1635, being 27 years, wife 
Anne, age 21 and son Charles age I. He was of Scituate 1638, took oath of 



3^ - / 

fidelity. He was one of the Conihasset partners in 1646, and had a house near 

John Hollet's, He also owned ^ large tract of land, purchased of Abraham 
Sutliffe, near 'Stockbridge Mill-pond. ' His will dated in Boston 1657 mentions 
wife Mary, eldest son Charles, daus. Hannah wife of William Tickn/)r, Eliza- 
beth, Mary, Esther, Sarah, and son John. He d. 13 Oct. 1657, in Boston. He 
md. 1st Anne, b. 16 14, d. 1642 at Boston. He md. 2d. 9 Oct. 1643 Eliza- 
beth Hatch Soane, wid, of Robert Soane ofBrasted, co. Kent and dau. of 
William and Anne (---) Hatch. Shed. abt. 1649. He md. 3d. 1651 Mary 

, who md. 2d 2 Apr. 1660 Daniel Hendrick of Haverhill, Mass. John 

Stockbridge had 9 children, 3 by each wife. 

1. Charles, b. 1634, Eng. md. Abigail Pearce or James. He d. 3 
Mar. 1717. 

2. Hannah, bapt. 24 Sept. 1638, Scituate, Mass., d. 5 July 1665, md. 
29 Oct. 1656 \^illiam Ticknor. 

3. Elizabeth, bapt. 10 July 1642 Boston, Mass. d. y. 
By 2d wife: 

4. Blizabetn, b. 1644 Scituate. Mass. md. I Jan. 1661 -2 Thomas Hyland. 

5. Sarah, bapt. 15 Mar. 1645-6, Scituate, Mass.. md. 6 Jan, 1669-70, 
Joseph Woodworth. 

6. Esther, bapt. 1 1 July 1647, Scituate, Mass. 
By 3d wife: 

7. Mary, b. 1653 Scituate, Mass. , md. 4 Apr. 1678 at Haverhill, Mass. , 
Benjamin Singletary. :\.. 

8. Abigail, b. 1655 Boston, d. before 1657. 

-|-9. JOHN, b. 19 July 1657 Boston, Mass., md. 23 Nov. 1681 MARY 
GODFREY. 
/JOHN STOCKBRIDGE. b, 19 July 1657, Boston. Mass., md. 23 Nov. 1681 in 
Haverhill, Mass., MARY GODFREY, b. 3 May 166 1, Hampton, ^N. H. , dau. 
ofjohn and Mary (Cox) Godfrey. Taxed in Hampton 1684, bot land there 1693. 
The writ in his dau. Mary's suit in 1746 recites that he died in 1716 leaving 
5 children, but Cap t. Jonathan Ma rston depos. that the son Abraham wash, 
after his father died. Samuelof Dorchester (Gloucester), oldest son, renounced 
adm. 23 Nov. 17 1 5 in favor of the next brother John who took adm. 15 Aug. 
I7i6;inv. included land only. First child b. Haverhill, 2d probable Hampton, 
and the rest at Gloucester, Mass. 

1. Ruth, b. 9 Jan. 1681-2, d. 26 Feb. 1681-2. 

2. Samuel, b. 1683, md. 31 Oct. 1708 Mary Villars in Gloucester, Mass., 
where 5 children rec, 1708 -17 15; ano. child Charles was bapt. 15 Dec. 
1 7 17 at Arrowsic. 

3. John, b. 18 Feb. 1685, md. 11 Dec. 1718 Jane Warreo, They had 5 
children bapt. at Berwick, Me. 

4. Moses, b. 9 Jan. 1688, of Hebron, Conn. 1719. 

5. Charles, b. 5 Mar. 1690, not named in writ 1746. 

6. Mary, b. 19 Mar. 1692, md. in Scituate 9 July 1717 James Northy. 
In 1 746 she sued Richard Clifford (he had bot from Joshua Prescott) for 1/6 



39 

of her father's land. 

y.^-1^ ABRAHAM, b. 17 June 1694. d. 1746. md. MARY SMITH. 
/ABRAHAM STOCKBRIDGE, b. 17 June I 6 94, Gloucester, Mass., md. abt, 
1716 MARY SMITH, dau. of Israel and Hannah ( — ) Smith of Stratham, N. H. 
Shemd. 2d after 1746 Joseph Hill, as 2d wife. He had md. ist 24 Oct, 1717 
Sarah Larrabee, dau. ofThomas and Elizabeth (Rowe) Larrabee, of Greenland, 
N.H. Joseph Hill's will 9 Jan. 1755-28 July 1756. Abraham apparently died 
at Cape Breton. Will I5.july 1745-25 Mar. 1746, names wife Mary, s. John, 
two unmd. daus. Moriah (wife of Timothy Gordon in 1746) and Comfort; also 
gr, sons John and Abraham. Children, b. Stratham, N. H. 

I. John, b. 24Feb. 1717-8, d. 19 Feb. 1782, md. abt. 1738 who 

d. i^Nov. 1784, He had the following children: i. Child, d. 17 June 
1742. 2. child, d. 13 Nov. 1742. 3. John, b. 1743, '^' 'O Sept. 1825 
aged 82, his Ist wife d. 2 Feb. 1785 and his 2d wife d. 25 Mar. 1826 
aged 84. 4. Abraham, b. 1744-5, ^* 5 June 1824 aged 80. 5. Israel, 
md. bef. 1778. 6. Isaac, d. 30 Sept. 1779. 7- Reuben, d. 3 July 1785. 
8. child, d, 27 Nov. 1757. 9. Mary, d, 23 Apr. 1768. 

2. Jacob, d. 3 Dec. 1 742, unmd. 

3. Moriah, md. 1746 Timothy Gordon. 

4. Son, d. I Dec. 1742. 

5. Child, d. 8 Nov, 1742. 

6. Child, d^ 8 Nov. 1742. 

-f-/. CONTENT, b. abt, 1735-1738. md. between 1755-1760 SAMUEL 
ALLEN JR. Samuel md. a Miss Stockbridge and since Content was the only 
Miss Stockbridge of eligible age in Stratham, N. H. where Samuel Allen 
lived, she must be his wife. 

8, Child, d, 15 Dec. 1742. 

9. Possible other children who d. before 1741. 

Ref. : Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 663 
N. E. Reg. 30:426-8, 73: 
Savages 4: 

WALDRON 

•f EDWARD WALDERNE,^ b. abt, 1534, bur. 13 Jan, 1590, Alcester, co. War- 
wick, md. JOAN — -. Children, b, at Alcester. 
-fl, GEORGE, bur. 12 Apr. 1588, md. 8 July 1576 JOAN SHALLARD. 

2. Edward, bur, 11 Feb. 1619, md. 3 Oct. 1574 Mary Hunt, 

3. William, bapt. 15 Apr. 1561, md. 22 June 1584 Agnes Dislin. 
-yGEORGE V/ALDRON, bur. 12 Apr. 1 588, Alcester, co. Warwick, Eng. md. 8 

July 1576 at Alcester, JOAN SHALLARD, bur. 27 July 1627 at Alcester. Son 

b. at Alcester, co. ' Warwick, Eng. 

•fi. WILLL^M, bapt. 25 July 1577, bur. 25 Dec. 1636, md. 26 Nov. 1600 
J CATHERINE R.\VEN, 
TwiLLLAM WALDRON, bapt, 25 July 1 577, Alcester, co. Warwick, bur. 25 

Dec. 1636, Alcester, md. 26^ov. 1600 CATHERINE RAVEN in Alcester. 

Children, all bapt. in Alcester, co. Warwick. 



40 

I. William, bapn, iSOct. 1601, drowned at Kennebunk, Me. Sept. 16461, 
md. — , Had da u. Prudence, md, Richard Scammon. 
f. 2. GEORGE, bapt. 26 Apr. -'1603, liv. 1680, md. 31 May 1635 BRIDGET 
RICE. 

3. John, bapt. 25 Oct. 1606. ^ 

4. Thomas, bapt. 29 Oct. 1608, bur. 7 Dec. 1633; unmd. 

5. Foulke, bapt. 3 Mar. 1610, will proved aj Coventry, 3 May r67r. 
md. Mary — . 

6. Robert, bapt. 9 Apr. 16 12. 

7. Elizabeth, bapt. 10 Oct. 1613. 

8. Richard, bapt. 6 Jan. 1615, killed by Indians 28 June 1689, Md. ist ---. 
md. 2d Aon Scammon, d. 7 Feb. 1685-6. 

9. Katherine, bapt. 7 Feb. 16 1 8. 

10. Alexander, bapt. 6 Apr, 1620. 

11. Humphrey, bapt. 4 Aug. 1622, bur. 25 June 1624, 

•^ GEORGE WALDRON, bapt. 26 Apr. 1603, Alcester, co. Warwick, Eng. liv. 
1680 IX)ver, N.H. md. 31 May 1635 at Alcester BRIDGET RICE, d. 1661-2 at 
Dover, N.H. An English pedigree shows him at Alcester, a chandler, 1650. 
Taxed Dover 1659-1677, Of Cochecho, he was before the court in June 1671 
for absence from his wife and again in June 1662 when she 'was dead before 
12 months this fall'. Little appears of him except his trials with his only son 
seen here, John. Poor and aged and almost quite blind, he petition I June 
1680 that he might be rid of this son 'who instead of holding me hath rather 
destroyed me and what 1 had in drinking, ' and that a guardian might be ap- 
pointed for himself. A week later Mrs. Richard Waldron had taken him in 
until her husband should return. Children, b. Alcester, co. Warwick, Eng. 

1. Elizabethi bapt. 22 Mar. 1636, 

2. Mary, bapt. i Aug. 1637. 

3. William, bapt. 4 Aug. 1639. 

-f-4. JOHN, b. abt, 1641, d. Bef. 1700. md. . 

JOHN WALDRON. hornbreaker, Dover 1672. Injune 1678 Jonathan Watson and 
Joseph Beard saw him overtaken in drink, a habit which brought distress to his 
family. In 1680 the court took drastic steps, ordering him confined with one 
leg chained to a post, and supplied with materials for his trade, the proceeds 
to go for his and his children's maintenance. His lener to his wife 29 Jan. 
1682, stlU in confinement, mentions only his child. In Boston drunk and a- 
busing the constable 1684; not seen again unless he is the John, from Wells, 
Me,, played cards at a Boston tavern in Feb. 1689-90 and paid a fine in court , 
saying 'There is something for you to make meny with, ' and they sent him to 
jail. .Jonathan Dawes sued him in Suffolk court in ^ug. 1690 on a bill dated 
ZZ Mar. 1689-90. Perhaps the 2d husband of Elizabeth (Sanders) Batson, 
widow of John Batson, whom she md. June 1 666 and had 5 children. She md. 
3d 2 Dec. 170D John Gove of Cambridge, Mass. Children by 1st wife b. 
Dover. N.H. 

^\. JOHN, b. abt. 1675, will 12 May -30 July 1740; rod, 29 Aug. 1698 



41 

MARY (HAM) HORNE. 

2. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1677, d. abt, 1738. md. 1st 24 Mar. 1700-1 Joseph 

Beard, Jr. , md. 2d bef. 1726 Ephraim Weinworth. 
-fjOHN WALDRON, b. 1675, Dover, N. H. , willed a cow by John Heard in 1687 
ifhe served his time faithfully, md, 29Aug. 1698 MARY HAM, b. 2 Oct. 1668; 
dau. of John and Mary (Heard) Ham, liv. 1742, Dover. She was the widow of 
John Home. b. 25 Oct. 1663, Salisbury, Mass., d. Mar. 160,6-7 'malignant 
fever', Dover, N. H. son of William and Elizabeth (Clough) Home. Home 
children, b. Dover, N. H. Parents md. 30 June 1686. 
J(r, John, b, abt. 1687, d. 15 Nov. 1778, md. 29 Dec. 1708 Elizabeth 

Heard, d. 12 Feb. 1776, aged 92. 6 ch. 

2. Daniel, b. 1689, d. 7 Apr. 1777, aged 88. md. Mary ---. abt. 1715 
who d. 14 Oct. 1777, aged 83. 6 ch. b. 1716-1734. 

3. William, b. abt. 1691, will 14 Dec. 1767-29 Aug. 1770, md. 1st 9 
Sept. 1713 Mary Vamey, who d. 18 Nov. 1735, md. 2d Elizabeth ---, 
Quaker, Dover housewright, 1 1 ch. 

4. Mary, b. abt. 1694, accused Benjamin Wentworth 20 July 1715, not 
proved; md. by 1720 Benjamin Hanson, md. 2d by 1729 William Post. 
She was liv. 1764. 

John Waldron's two oldest daus. Sarah and Bridget, aged 9 and 7, were killed 
by Indians. There were turning out the calves into a pasture near the bouse, 
when nine Indians suddenly appeared, seized them and cut off their heads dir- 
ectly before the door, with an axe upon a log, and in sight of their mother in 
the house, who dared not give any alarm. They carried off the heads with 
them, but were found by their father some weeks afterwards in some bushes , 
where the Indians had thrown them after taking off their scalps; and he buried 
them with their bodies. His wife joined the church i Aug, 1742. Gr. j. 1699. 
Owned at Black Point (50 acres hot from Anthony Row in 1700), Rochester and 
Barr, Will, gentleman, i2May-30july 1740, names wife Mary, gr. ch. and 
ch. Children, b. Dover, N. H. 

1. John, b. 1699, d. 4 July 1778, aged 80. md. abt. 1725 Mary ---. 

2. Richard, will made 6 Aug. 1771, md, 1735-40 Elizabeth Smith. 

3. Sarah, b, 1703, killed by Indians July 1712. 

4. Bridget, b. 1705, killed by Indians July 171 2. 

\^. MEHITABLE, b. 1708, d. 21 Aug. 1776, md. abt. 1727 JAMES CHESLEY. 

6. Elizabeth, 'Betsey', md. Ezra Kimball. 

7. Anna, md. Timothy Roberts, 

8. Sarah, md. Isaac Libbey. 

Ref. :Gen. Diet. Me. & N. H. p. 710-1 , 

N.E. Reg. 8:78, 43:60-62, 258 

WALKER 

'^JOHN WALKER, came to New England in 1 633 and was made a freeman in. 

Boston, 14 May 1634. There he resided for several years and in 1637 was 

among those who accepted the teachings of Mrs. Anne Hutchinson, On this 

account he w as disarmed and compelled to leave the Colony. He fled with 



42 

Roger Williams and others to Rhode Island in 1638, and on the 7 Mar. 1638 
was one of those who signed the compact Of civil government. The following 
year, h e removed to New Haven, Conn. , where he was also one of the later 
signers of the covenant of 1639, and took oath of fidelity in 1644. He shared 
in the various allotments of land there, having a home lot there on the West 
Creek and lands elsewhere. Inv. dated 22 Apr. 1652, He md. abt. 1639 

V 

Grace ---, who d. 1660. She md. 2d i July 1652 Edward Watson, and had a 

dau. Grace. 

Children, b. New Haven, Conn. 

1. Mary, bapt. Mar. 1641, md. 1st I Jan. 1 661 John Brown, md. 2d. 
John Walker. 

2. HANNAH, bapt. 26 Sept. 1646, md. May 1668 -SAMUEL HALL. 

Ref. : N.E. Reg. 9:363 
Savages 4:394^436 

WENTWORTH 

Reginald Wentworth, or as given in the pedigree, RYNOLD DE WYNTERWADE, 
who was living at the time of the Norman Conquest, A. D. 1066. As at that 
time there were no actual surnames, he was simply Reginald of Wentworth, 
In other words he was the possessor in Saxon times of the Lordship of Wentworth , 
in the Wapentake of Strafford, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire 
consists of three divisions, known as the North, East, and West Ridings. Each 
Riding is subdivided into a number of Wapentakes or Hundreds, and it was in' 
one of the latter that the Lordship or manor of Wentworth was situated. Went- 
worth is in the parish of Wath-upon-Deam, about nine miles from Sheffield , 
and 1 3 from Doncaster. The fact that he is described in Domesday Book as the 
lord of Wentworth, sufficiently attests his position, as one of principle men of 
his neighborhood, even at this early period. Nothing how -ever is known of 
this family except he was succeeded by his son. The results of researches by 
Col. Joseph Lemuel Chester imply that, after the Conquest, the land or landlr 
in Wentworth were in possession of Roger De Busli. Col, Chester says, "The 
inference is that Wentworth had former-held Wentworth, but that it had passed 
into the possession of De Busli. The name it is equally certain, existed be- 
fore the Conquest, as the names of places were not changed, and- her the 
Weatwonhs were Saxons and not Normans. " t*'I-REGINALD WENTWORTH id a 
son Henry, v^ll HENRY had a son Richard. *^III RICHARD had a son Michael, 
IV MICHAEL had a son Henry. \/V HENRY had a son Hugh. /VI HUGH, d. 1200 
and had a son William. >/VlI WILLL^M had a son Robert. VIII ROBERT, liv. 
1275, n^d, Emma, dau. and heir of William Woodhouse (Wodehouse, in old 
manuscripts), of Woodhouse (a manor or lordship contiguous to Wentworth), 
and thus acquiring that estate, the family was afterwards designated as Went- 
worth of Wentworth- Woodhouse. He had son William. ^TX WILLL^Md. 1308- 
9, md. Beatrice Thakel dau. of Gilbert Thakel of Yorkshire. They had sons 
Richard, d, 1 339 and WILLIAM.*^ WILLIAM md. 1288 DIONYSL^ DE ROTHERj 
FIELD, dau. of Peter de Rotherfield. He md. 2d Lucy, dau, of Sir Adam New 
March. He d. 1295 and children were by ist wife. i. WILLL\M and John , 



* * ^ 43 

who left no children. XI (Sir) WILLIAM, nid. ISABEL POLLINGTON, daa. of 
(Esq.) William, son and heir of Sir Thomas Pollington, Knight of Pollington, 
Yorkshire. Their children were (Sir) William md. Isabel Hooton and JOHN. 
v^XIIJOHN, Esq. of North Elmsall, Yorkshire, who inherited that estate from his 
Uncle John, and which is at no great distance from Wentworth-Woodhouse , 
being in the parish of South Kirkby, about 9 miles from Doncaster, John md. 
JOAN LE TYLAS, dau. Richard le Tylas of Burghwallis, Yorkshire, had son 
JOHN.' "IfUI JOHN, living 141 3, md. AGNES DRONSFIELD, sister and co-heir 
to Sir W i 1 1 i a m Dronsfield of West Brettoa, Yorkshire. Children, b. North 
Elmsall, Yorkshire. 

-jCl. JOHN, md. ELIZABETH BEAUMONT, He d. II June 1461. 

2. Roger, d. 21 Oct. 1452, md. Margery le Despencer. 

3. Thomas, will dated 9 Mar. 1449-50. 

4. Richard, will dated 20 Dec. 1477, md. Matilda, Countess of Cambridge. 
XXIV JOHNS^VENTWORTH, d. II June I 46 I, md. ELIZABETH BEAUMONT, 

dau. ofRichardBeauraont(Esq) of Whitley Hall, co. York. Children: i?^JOHN 

2. Roger 3. William. 
/. XV JOHN WENTWORTH, Esq. md. ELIZABETH CALVERLY, dau. of William 

Calverly, Esq. of Calverly, co, York. Children, b. North Elmsall, co. York, 
I, Jane, md. William Goldthorpe, 
•/•I. THOMAS, will dated 1 522, md. JANE MIRFIELD. 
'/XVI THOMAS WENT WORTH, will dated 1522, md. JANE MIRFIELD, dau. of 
' Oliver Mirfield, Esq., of Howley, co. York., who md, Isabel, dau. of Sir 

JohnSavile, Knight, of Methley Hall, co. York. Children, b. North Elmsall , 

CO. York. 

1. John, Sir, d. Aug. 1544. ■ ^^' ^^^ Anne Crake, md. 2d Jane Appleton . 

2. Roger, d. abt, 1 551, md. Elizabeth Went. 

-^ 3. OLIVER, will dated 7 Dec. 1558, md. JANE . 

4. William 5. Thomas 

6. Dau. md. Walter Harksworth. 
-^-XVEOLIVF;" WENT WORTH, will dated 7 Dec. 1558, Goxhill, co. Lincoln, 
will provecf^S Jan. 1559, md. JANE ---. Children, b. Waltham, co. Lincoln, 
He' was gentleman. 

•tQ. WILLL\M, -ill 16-24 May l'574. nid. 1st ELLEN GILBY md. 2d Anne 
2. Francis, bur. 2 Oct. 161 1. Gentleman. 
"l-XVni WILLIAM WENTWORTH, d. 22 May 1574, Waltham, co. Lincoln, md. 1st 
ELLEN GILBY, who had md. i st John Ferrars. She was dau. . John Gilby of Raven- 
dale, '^.o. Lincoln and had bros. George and Thomas. William Wentworth md. 
2d Anne — who lived at Krrton. Children, b. Waltham. co. Lincoln, Eng. 

1. Thomas, b, 1554, d. before 1610. 

2. Oliver, d, between 1558 -1574'. 

>^ 3-^ CHRISTOPHER, b. 155b, d. 1633, md. CATHERINE MARBURY. 
1 XK CHRISTOPHER WENTWORTH. b. 1 556. Waltham, co. Lincoln, md. 19 
Aug. 1583^181. Peter Gowts, Lincoln, %ng. , CATHERINE MARBURY, dau. of 
William and Agnes (Lenton) Marbury. (see Marbury). She d. after 1633. His 



44 

will dated 8 Dec. 1628 -proved 15 May 1633 at Barrow, co. Lincoln, Children, 

all b, CO. Lincoln. 

^l. WILLIAM, bapt. 8 June 1584, Lincoln, md. 28 Nov. 1 6 14 SUSANNA 

(Carter) FLEMING. 

2. Anne, bapt. 28 Oct. 1585, Irby, d. bef. 1628, md. (Rev. ) John Lawson. 

3. Faith, bapt. 14 May 1587, Great Grimsby, unmd. 1628. 

4. Elizabeth, bapt. 15 Aug. 1589, Irby, md. John Winne. 

5. Frances, bapt. 8 Nov. 1590, Irby, d, bef. 1628. 

6. Francis, bapt. 24 May 1593, Conisholm, bur. 4 Dec. 1593. 

7. Priscilla, bapt. 14 June 1594, Waltham, d. abt. 1648, md, 1 Sept, 
1 6 19 William Helmes. 

8. Christopher, bapt. 27 Feb. 1596-7, Waltham, bur. 24 May 1596-7. 
J^ XX WILLL^M WENT WORTH, bapt. 8 June 1584, St. Peter at Gowts Lincoln, 

Lincoln, Eng. , md. 28 Nov. 1614 at Alford, co. Lincoln, SUSANNA CARTER, 
dau. of Edward Carter of Well, co. Lincoln, Eng. She had md. 1st r-July 1613 
Uther Fleming, who d. 22 Jan. 1614. Ch. , bapt. Alford, co. LincoLn, Eng. 
•VI. WILLL^M, bapt. 15 Mar. 1616, d. 15 Mar. 1696-7, md. 1st- 

2. Edward, bapt. 18 Jan. 1618, d. 1681-2, md. Mary 

3. Christopher, bapt. 4 June 1620, bur. 18 May 1621 

Jif'WILLIAM WENTWORTH, Dover, aged 54 in Sept. 1670, bapt. 15 Mar. 1615- 
6, Alford, CO. Lincoln. One of a large family connection to come over, young 
William followed his kinsman Rev. John Wheelwright to Exeter and Wells before 
settling permanently at Dover. He signed the Exeter Combination and from a 
court record was apparently there in Sept. 1643, but soon at Wells, Tr. jury 
(Me.) 1647, 1649; gr. jury 1647; Wells constable 1648, and had three grants 
adjoining Edward Rishworth. Taxed Dover 1650. Selectman 165 1, 1657, 
1660, 1664, 1665, 1670; moderator; constable. Com. t. e. s. c. , lot layer, on 
important committees. Ruling Elder, and as 'Elder Winford' was made freeman 
5 Apr. 1653. His land holdings are listed in the Wentworth Gen. much of it. 
in the present Rollinsford. Preaching at Exeter 1 683 -1693, but living in Dover, 
where in 1689, al±o over 70, he is credited with saving the Heard garrison 
from the Indians. 'Of Cochecho, now living in Exeter' in May 1693; of Dover 
27 May 1696. His 1st wife unknown had at least one child; his last wife ELIZA- 
BETH KNIGHT, dau. of Ezekiel and Elizabeth ( — -) Knight was living 4 Apr, 
1697. Children, b. istat Exeter, next 2 at Wells and the rest at Dover, N. H. 

1. Samuel, b. 1641-2, d. 25 Mar. 1 690 - 1 , md. abt. 1664, Mary Benning, 
dau. of Ralph. 8 ch. 

2. John, first taxed 1668, d. after 6 Oct, 1716 Boston, md. abt. 1675 
Martha Stewart, 

3. Gershom, first taxed 1670, d. 2 Mar. 1731, md. ist ---,-- md. 2d 8 
^Mar. 1695-6 Hannah French. 

'^. EZEKIEL, first taxed 1672, d. before 6 May 1712, md. bef. 1676, 

ELIZABETH . 

5. Elizabeth, b. 1653, md. 1st James Sharp, md. 2d bef. 18 Mar. 1690 
Richard Tozier, Jr. She»was liv. 1734. 



45 

6. Paul, taxed 1680, d. 1750, md. abt. 1678 Catherine Stewart. 

7. Sylvanus, adult 1684, likely a n Indian victim bef. May 1693, md. 7 
Ncv. 1685 Elizabeth Stewart. 

8. Timothy, will 3 May-8 July 1719, md. Sarah Cromwell. 

9. Sarah, b. 15 Apr. i665, md. ist abt. 1690 Benjamin Barnard, md 2d 
after 1694 Samuel Winch. 

10. Ephraim, will 16 Mar. 1738-9-29 June 1748, md. Jst Mary Miller, 
md, 2d Elizabeth (Waldron) Beard, bef. 10 May 1726. 

11. Benjamin, b. 1670, drowned 25 July 1728, md. 1697 Sarah Allen. 
^ZEKIEL WENTWORTH, b, abt. 1651. Dover, N. K. , .first taxed 1672, had 

grants 1694, 1696, 1701, and lived in part of Dover incorporated a? Somers- 
worth. Jury 1687 (fined), 1699, constable 1693, 1694; highway surveyor 1695; 
selectman 1702; assessor 1705; died while in office as Rep, between Oct 1711- 
May 1712. In 1720 thf'.e sons were cited to take adm. , on compl. of the 
Things. Hemd, one ELIZABETH before 27 June 1676 when she depos. that she 
witnessed the indenture of Sylvanus Nock to John Hall, jr. . who delivered the 
paper to Sylvfus in the presence of his mother, his father-in-law (Benmore) 
and herself. In Nov. 1715 sons Benjamin and Gershom were to care for her; 
probably d. before 9 Mar. 1726. Deeds and son Paul's will show" following* 
children, b. Dover, N. H. 

1, Thomas, mariner, had portion from father 3 Feb. 1708-9. His widow 
Love, dien wife of John Thing, was granted adm. 3 June 1719; one dau. 
Elizabeth, her guardian Capt. Paul Wentworth. 

2, John, living at Sligo, md. 24 Dec, 1703, Martha Miller, had part of his 
portion 2 Apr. 171 1, d. between 24 Dec. i 7 i 7 - 20 July 1718; wid, liv. 
3 Jan. 1755. 5 ch. 

3, Paul, Col. , wealthy merchant, lumber dealer, Justice of Peace, and 
public official, md. in Salisbury, Mass., 24 May 1704 Abra Brown, had 
deeds from father 1705-1709, and in 1705 botcousin Timothy a house and 
14 acres near salmon Falls ia Dover. Will 3 Feb, 1747-8 (d. 24 June 174S 
in 70th yr. ), names manvT^but no wife or ch, 

4, Benjamin, Capt. , DdVer Selectman, Rep., d, in office between iS 
Sept., 1724-14 Apr. 1725. Adm. 10 May 1726 to widow Elizabeth Leighton, 
whom hemd 23 Sept. 1717. He had bot the John Lovering property which 
his widow improved, herself or by tenants. She d. 1779. 4 ^^'^' 

5, Gershom, Rollinsford. N, H. Will, 1758-1759, named wife Sarah (by 
tradition Twombly), 2 sons, dan, of a deceased dau, 

6, TAMSEN. b. 1687, do 30 Dec, 1753, md. ist 29 Dec, 1704 JAMES 
"i-CHESLEY, md. 2d by 171 1 John Hayes, jr. , 

7, Elizabeth, md. 3 Nov, 1713 Nathaniel Brown of Salisbury, Mass. 

Rcf. : Wentworth Gen. Vol. 1 &, 2 

Gen. Diet. Me. & N, H. p. 73^-9 




5^ 
Z 

W 
O 

o 

M 
H 

n 

> 



47 
BERRY 

KICHAIJD BERl^Y, Barnstable or Yarmouth, 1643. may have removed to Boston, 
there 1'. 1647, lived with Thomas Hawkins, but went back to Yarmouth, Mass. , 
where his children were b. He md. ALICE — -, and he died 10 Sept. 1676 at 
Yarmouth, Mass. , 
,|l. JOHN, b. 29 Mar. 1652, d. 1745, md, ?SUSANNA ---. 

2. Samuel, b. ii July 1654, d. 21 Feb. 1703-4, md. "Elizabeth Bell, dau. 

of John Bell. He was given to George Crispe of Eastham, Mass. 19 Jan. 

1660-1. Children, b. Yarmouth, Mass. 

1. Dau. b. 19 Jan. 1682-3. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 21 Dec. or Sept. 1685. 

3. Patience, b. 22 June 1687. md. 11 Jan. 1709-10 Samuel Baker. 

4. John, b. 9 July 1689, md. 29 Jan. 1713. Susanna Crowell. Children, 
b. at Harwich, Cass. 

1. Hannah, b. 25 Sept. 171 3. 

2. Elkanah, b. 30 Jan. 1 716-7. 

3. Piizabeth, b. 14 Feb. 1718-9 md. 19 Sept. 1741 SethDexter. 

4. Jabez (Jabin), b. i Feb. 1720-1, md. 23Aug. 1 744 Rebecca Gray 

5. John, b. 28 May 1 722-3. md. ? 9 Mar. 1748 Mary Walker, of 
Eastham, Mass, 

6. Susanna, b. i June 1725, md. int. 2 Feb. 1744 Ebenezer Chase. 

7. Samuel, b. 13 July 1727, d. 25 Jan. 1727-8. 

8. Ephraim, b. 22 Feb. 1730-1, md. 8 May 1760 Mercy Baker. 

9. Enoch, b. 13 May 1736. 

5. Samuel, b. Nov. 1691, d. 1741, md. 16 Oct. 171 2 Rebecca Gray . 
Child b. at Harwich, Mass. 

I. Thankful, b. 8 Jan. 1715-6. 

6. Desire, b. 29 June 1694, ^^- 29 Feb. 1727-8 at Eastham, Joseph 
Doane, Esq., b. 27 June 1669. d. 27 July 1757, son of Daniel. He 
md. 1st 8 Jan. 1690 Mary Godfrey. Child I. Desire, b. ig Dec. 1728, 

. d. 24 Nov. 1807, md. 2'^ct. 1761 William Freeman. 
3. Elizabeth, b. 5 Mar. 1656. md. 28 Nov. 1677 Josiah Jones, son of 
Teague Jones. 

Richard Berry and Alice had 6 other children, names worn off record, b. They 

ail prob. d. because a list of death dates w^ere given as follows: 

4. ry, b. II Apr. 1657 ---ied i Dec. 1669 

5. b. 12 May 1659 --- l Sept. 1670 

6. b. 23 Aug. 1662 --- e 9 June 1672 

7. b. 5 Oct. 1666(8)^. --- 5 Aug. 1675 

8. b. I June 1668(70) ---of Jan 1676 

9. b. 31 Oct. 1673 

10. A Joseph Berry, d. 7 Sept. 1681 unmd. 
11.4^ Nathaniel Berry, d. 7 Feb. 1693-4, unmd, 

JOHN BERRY, d. 1 745 of Barnstable County, Mass.; md. ?SUSANNA -— , b. 

29 Mar. 1652, Yarmouth, Mass. Children, prob. b. Yarmouth, Mass. 



48 ' 

I. child b. 12 Dec. 1677, d. 1682 age 5 years. 
-f-2, JUDAH, md. 171 3 Mary Freeman, ^d. 2d 1 1 May 1720 REBECCA HAM- 
LIN. Made will 1773 at Harwich, Mass, ^ "^ 
3. Ebenezer, md. 1st 13 Oct. 171 3 Rebecca Eldredge, md. 2d 20 Dec. 1738 
Joanna Phillips of Harwich, d. 1739; md. 3d. 31 Jatu 1739-40 Hannah 
Lovell. Children b. Yiirmouth, Mass., by ist wife. 

1. Marcy, b. 14001. 1714. 

2. Rebecca, b. 25 Feb. 171 5-6 md. 30 Sept. 1736 at Eastham Henry 
Snow. ' 

3. Elizabeth, b. 6 Nov. 1717, d. 31 Oct. 1741. 

4. Thankful, b. 25 Feb. 1719-20. 

5. James, b. 25 May 1723, d. 28 Sept. 1741. 

6. Ebenezer, b. 22 May 1725, md. abt. 1752 Jane — . Children 

1. John, b. I Aug. 1754. 

2. Ebenezer, b. 11 May 1756. 

3. Jenne, b. 17 May 1758. 

4. Mercy, b. i May 1761. 

5. Margaret, b. 15 June 1763. 

6. Rebecca, b. i Sept. 1765. 

7. Peninah, b. 1 Dec. 1767. 

7. Isaac, b. 15 Aug. 1728, d. 4 May 1803, n^d. 1st 17 Mar. 1751 
Sarah Cro\yell, md. 2d 10 Aug. 1780 Sarah Gallison, d. May 1819. 

8, Mary, (twin), b. i2Mayi732, md, iiAug. 1754 Ebenezer Bearse, j''* 
g. Martha, (twin), b. 12 May 1732, md. 3 Oct. 1754 Prince Bearse. 

4. Elizabeth, b. 1684, md. Samuel Baker, 

5. Experience, b, md. Mr. Bangs 

6. Mary. md. 23 May 1706 I'^ac Chase. 

7. Mercy, b. 1695, d. in 19th year at South Dennis, Mass. 15 Nov. 1713 
unmd. 

4- JUDAH BERRY, ofHarwich, Mass., Made will 1774, md. 1st 171 3 Mar)? Free- 
man, b. abt, 1693, d. 18 Aug. 1719 age abt. 26, dau, of John and Sarah 
(Merrick) Freeman. Hemd. 2d 1 1 May 1720 REBECCA HAMLIN, b. abt. 1694 , 
Harwich, Mass., dau. ofEleazerandtydia (Sears) Hamlin. Children all b. at 
Harwich, Mass. By 1st wife: 

I. Lemuel, b. 21 Feb. 1 713-4, md. 20 Jan. 1741 Lydia Clark. Children 
b. at Harwich, Mass. 

1. Mary, b. i Nov. 1 741 md. 31 Dec. 1 76 1 Nathaniel Snow. 

2. Judah, b. 24 Dec. 1743. 

3. Scota (son), b. 20 Oct. 1745. 

4. Rebecca, b. 20 Jan. 1747-8. 

5. Mehitable, b. 12 Feb. 1749-50. 

6. Lemuel, bapi. 12 Apr. 1752. -^f 

7. Lydia, bapt. 28 July 1754. 

8. Sarah, bapt. 3 Oct. 1756. 

q. Reliance, bapt. 13 Aug. 1758. 



49 

10. Dau. , bapt. Tj July 1760 

2. Theophilus, b. 12 Oct. 17 I 5, md. 8 Sept. 1737 Hannah Lincoln . 
Children, b. at Harwich, Mass. 

1. Benjamin, b. 10 Jan. 1737-8 md. 29 Apr. 1762 Mercy Birge. Had 
9 chn. (see M, D. 24:152). 

2. Priscilla, b. 15 Nov. 1738, md. 4 Feb. 1762 Joseph Snow. 

3. Jonathan, b. 27 Dec. 1743, md. Hannah ---. 8 ch. 

4. Hannah, b. 24 Dec. 1745. 

3. Mary, b. 15 Dec. 1717, d. Dec. 1798, md 16 Sept. 1736 Joseph 
Hopkins, jr. 

Judah Berry's children by 2d wife Rebecca Hamllin. 

\±^. ruth; b. 19 Mar. 1720-1, d. bef. 1772, md. 23 Nov. 1738 SILVANUS 
HOPKINS. 

5. Hannah, b. t 723, d. 6 Oct. 1809, md. 18 Sept. 1740 Moses Hopkins. 

6. Mercy, b. 29 Apr. 1725, bapt. 9 May 1725. md. 8 Feb, 1749 Amos 
Fuller, of Oblong, N.Y. 

7. Experience, bapt. 9 Apr. 1727, md. int. 9 Feb. 1750 Solomon Bangs 
of Harwich. 

8. Priscilla, bapt. 7 May 1729. 

9. Sarah, bapt. 5Mar. 1731-2, md. 2 Feb. 1755 Seth Hinckley of Harwich. 

10. Azubah, bapt. 17 Apr. 1737, md. 18 Dec. 1760 Seth Snow. 

For other Berry data see M. D. 13;, 34:107 and 
Brewster Vitals of Mass. 
-^ BREWSTER 

^"^ILLIAM BREWSTER, a. 1 590 Scrooby, Nottingham, Eng. , md. Prudence--- 
who d. after July 1590 before 1608 when son William removed to Holland. 
Son born at Scrooby, Nottingham, Eng, 

M. WILLIAM, b, 1566-7, d. loApr. 1644 Plymouth, Mass., md. 1588 

MARY 

-L WILLL^M BREWSTER, b. 1 566-7 Scrooby, Nottingham, Eng. d. lo Apr. 1644, 
Plymouth, Mass. md. 1588 at Scrooby, MARY ---, who d. 17 Apr. 1627 at 
Plymouth, Mass. He was 4th signer of the Mayflower Compact; a ruling elder 
ofthechurch, 1620-44; deputy 1636, chaplain of military company. He ma- 
triculated 3 Dec. 1580 at St. Peter's, the oldest of 14 colleges of the Univer- 
sity of Cambridge, He left the University by 1583-4. Children, b. at Scrooby. 
CO. Notts, and Leyden, Holland. 

1. Edward, b. 1589, Capt. in Va. 1610. 

2, Jonathan, b. i2Aug. 1593. d. 7 Aug. 1659, New London, Conn., md, 
1st — , buried 10 May 1619. md. 2d 10 Apr. 1624 Lucretia Oldham. 

Yl, PATIENCE, b. bef. 1600, d. 1634, ^d. 5 Aug. 1624 THOMAS PRENCE. 

4. Fear, b. ? d. i Dec. 1634, md. 1626 Isaac Allerton. 

5. Child, bur. 20 June 1609 ^^ Leyden, Holland, 

6. Love, d. bef. 31 Jan. 1651 at Duxbury. Mass., md. 15 May 1634 
Sarah Collier. 

7. Wrestling, d. between 1627 and 1644, unmd. 



50 

Ref. : Dawes-Gates Anc. 2:143-155 
BUTLER 

"'- RICHARD BUTLER, b. abt, l6o8, Eng. . d. Hartford, Conn., 6 Aug. 1684, md. 
abt. 1631 ELIZABETH BIGELOW, d. II Sept. l6gi, Hartford, Conn. She was 
prob. sisterofjohn, bapt. 16 Feb, 1617, Wrentham, co. Suffolk, Eng. md. 30 
Oct. 1642 Mary VVarren, son of Randle Bigelow. He was brother of William 
Butler, d. 1648 in Hartford, Conn. , whose will dated ll May 1648 leaves the 
greater portion of his estate to his brother Richard. He mentions children of 
his sister We^t and his sister Winter "living in Old England". He had md. 
Eunice Coffin sister of Tristram Coffin of Nantucket, Mass. . but did not men- 
tion wife or children in his will. Richard was of Cambridge, Mass. , 1632; 
freeman, Mass., 14 May 1634; removed to Hartford an original proprietor 1639- 
40, when 16 acres were alloted to him. His houselot was on the corner where 
the road from George Steele's to the South meadow intersected the road from 
the Mill to the country. He was a juror 1643-4-7-8; townsman 1649. 1654, 
1658; one of the committee for the mill 1661, gr. juror 1660, 1662; dep. 
1656-60. One of the Deacons of the First Church. Children, the ist 3 prpb . 
b. Cambridge. Mass. , the rest at Hartford, Conn. 
-4-1, THOMAS, b.abt. 1633, d. 29 Aug. 1688. md. SARAH STONE. 

2. John, b. abt. 1635, freeman 1657, not mentioned in will. 

3. Samuel, b. abt. 1637, d. 31 Aug. 1692, Wethersfield, Conn., md. 
Elizabeth Olmstead. Children, b. Harttord, Conn. 

1. Samuel 

2. James 

3. .Jonathan 

4. George d. 5 May 169- 

5. Mary, md. 21 Jan. 1692, Ebenezer Hopkins. 

6. Dorothy 

7. Elizabeth, b. 20 Aug. 1667, md Emons 

8. Sarah, Buck 

4. Mary, b. abt. 1639, md. 29 Sept. 1659 Samuel Wright of Wethersfield. 
Conn. 

5. Nathaniel, b. 1641, d. in Wethersfield, Conn., 9 Feb.. 1697 age 56,- 
md. Sarah — . Children, prob. b. in Wethersfield, Conn. 

1. Samuel 

2. William 

3. Hannah, md. Case 

4. Ann Riley 

5. Abigail Walker 

6. Ruth 

6. Elizabeth, b. abt. 1643, d. 28 Apr. 1729, md. 1 672 Joseph Olmstead 
of Hartford, Conn. 

7. Hannah, b. abt. 1645, md John Greene of Fairfield, Conn. 

8. Joseph, b, 1647-8, d. in Wethersfield, Conn., 10 Dec. 1732, in 85th 
year, md. 1667, Mary Goodrich, dau. of William. 



51 
9. Daniel, b. abt. 1650, d. in Hartford. Conn.. 28 Mar. 1692, md. abt. 
1678, Mabel Olmstead, dau. of Nicholas. Children: 

1. Sarah, b. 28 Sept. 1680 

2. Mabel, b. 12 Aug. 1684. 

3. Elizabeth, b. 22 Nov. 1686. 

4. Mary, b. 7 Nov. 1689. 

5. Hannah, b. 17 5lov. 1691. 

RICHARD BUTLER, whose family i s buried in the Center Church burying 
ground, Hartford, Conn, , was the son of STEPHEN BUTLER, a non-conformist 
English clergyman, p. 292 Mem. Hist. Hartford Conn., Richard had bro. 
William and 2 sisters, West and Winter living in Old England. 
THOMAS BUTLER, b. abt. 1633, Cambridge, Mass., d. in Hartford. Conn., 
29 Aug. 1688, md. abt, 1657 SARAH STONE, b. abt. 1639, Hartford, Conn., 
liv. 1697, Hartford, Conn., dau. of (Rev. ) Samuel Stone. Will distribution 5 
July 1690 mentions children and wife. Children b. Hartford, Conn. 

1. SARAH, b. abt. 1658. liv. 1730, md. abt. 1657 JOHN DAY. 

2. Elizabeth, b. abt. 166], md. abt. 1678 Edward Cadwell. 

3. Rebecca, b. abt. 1664, md. 1684 Cornelius Hurlbut. 

4. Thomas, b. abt. 1666, md. 6 Aug. 1691 Abigail Shepard. 

5. Hannah, b. abt. 1668, md. 23 Sept. 1687 Thomas Cadwell. 

6. Mary, b. 1670. d, bef. 1726. md. 3 Apr. 1690 John Porter. 

7. Samuel, b. 1672. 

8. Joseph, b. abt. 1674. 

9. John, b. abt. 1676. 

10. Margaret, b. abt. 1678. 

11. Hope, b. 1680, md. 1703 William Gaylord, jr. 

12. Susanna, b. abt. 1682, 

13. Ann, bapt. 6 Dec. 1685. 

Ref. : Hinman's p. 454-5 

Mem. Hist. Hartford, Conn. p. 223-4 

'/ROBERT DAY, b. 1604, Eng. . Made will 20 May 1648, Hartford, Hartford, 
Conn. md. ist in Eng. Mary---, b. 1606, Eng., d. 1635., md. abt. 1636 
2d EDITHA STEBBINS. d. in Springfield, Mass. 24 Oct. 1688, sister of Deacon 
Edward Stebbins. She md. 2d abt. 1650 John Maynard, who d. 1657. She 
md. 3d. 1657-8 EleazerHolyoke. d. Springfield, Mass.. 6 Feb. 1676. Child- 
ren, all by Editha Stebbins and b. in Hartford, Conn. 

1. Thomas, b. 1637, d. 27 Dec. 1711, md. 27 Oct. 1659 Sarah Cooper. 

2. Sarah, b. 1639, killed by Indians with son 19 Sept. 1677. md. ist 17 
Nov. 1658 Nathaniel Guun, md. 2d 24 Nov. 1664 Samuel Kellogg. 

3. Mary, b. 1641. d. 17 Oct. 1725 age 84, md. ist 28 Oct. 1659 Samuel 
Ely, md. 2d 12. Apr. 1694 Thomas Stebbins, md. 3d 11 Dec. 1696 John 
Coleman. 

TH- JOHN b. abt. 1645, will proved 5May 1730, md. abt. i67'3 SAR.\H 
BUTLER. 



52 

JOHN DAY, b. abt. 1645, Hartford, Conn., will 5 May 1730. It was dated 
16 Nov. 1725, at Hartford, Conn., md. abt, 1675 at Hartford, Conn. , SARAH 
BUTLER, b. abt. 1658, Hartford^ Conn. ,liv. 1725, Hartford, Conn., dau. of 
Thomas and Sarah (Stone) Butler. Children, b. at Hartford, Conn. 
4-1. JOHN, b. 1677, d. 4 Nov. 1752 age 75, md. 1st 21 Jan. 1696 GRACE 
SPENCER. 

2. Thomas, b. 1678, d. Dec. 1724-Jan. 1725, md. 21 Sept. 1696 Hannah 
Wilson. Had 5 ch. of Hartford, Conn. 

3. Joseph, b. abt. 1680, d. abt. 1696, d. unmd. 

4. Mary, b. abt. 1682, md. 14 Nov. 1699 William Clark. 

5. Maynard. b. abt. 1684, will 1759, md. 1714 Elizabeth Marsh. No ch. 

6. Sarah, bapt. 19 Sept. 1686, liv. 1759, md. 10 June 1708 Gerard Spencer. 

7. William, b. 24 Apr. 1692, d. prob, 1768, md. abt. 17 18 Elizabeth 
Andrus. Had son Samuel of Hartford, Conn, 

8. Joseph, b. 14 June 1699, liv. 1730. 

JOHN DAY, b. 1677, Hartford, Conn., d. 4 Nov. 1752, age 75, Colchester, 
New London, Conn., md. ist in Hartford, Corm. , 21 Jan, 1696 GRACE 
SPENCER, b. 1674, Hartford, Conn., d. 12 May 1714, Colchester, New Lon- 
don, Conn,, dau, Samuel and Hannah (Willey) Spencer, Hemd. 2d after 
1714 Mary --- b. 1675, d. 2 Nov. 1749, aged 74, in Colchester, Conn. 
Childien, ist 3 b. at Hartford, the test b. in Colchester, Conn, 
Y-i. LYDIA, b. II Apr. 1698, d. 2 Nov. 1763, md. 22 Dec. 1 722 JOSEPH 
FULLER. 

2. Mary, b. 14 Aug. 1699, md. 20 Dec. 1722, Jonathan Northam. 

3. John, b. 6june 1.701, d. 25 Aug. 1780, md. 20 Aug. 1725 Sarah Loomis. 

4. Joseph, b. 27 Sept. 1702, d. 26 Oct. 1793, md. i Apr. 1729 Esther 
Hungerford. 

5. Benjamin, b. 7 Feb. 1704, d. 22 Dec. 1777, md. 6 Mar. 1729 
Margaret Foote. 

6. Editha, b. 10 Sept. 1 705, md. 11 Dec. 1729 David Bigelow. 

7. Daniel, b. 9 Mar. 1709, d. 1712. 

8. David, b. 18 July 1710, d. 5 Sept. 1775 age 66, md. Hannah Kellogg. 
Had no children. 

9. Abraham, b. 17 Mar. 1712, d. 18 Mar. 1792, md. 20 Nov. 1740 
Irene Foote. 

10. Isaac, b. 17 May 171 3, d. 7 Mar. 1765, md. 23 July 1740 Anna Foote. 

11. Daniel, b. abt. May 1714, d. bef. 3 June 1746; unmd. 

Ref. : Reg. Desc. in Male Line of Robert Day 
of Hartford, Conn, (1848) p. 62-5. 
j^ DUNCAN 

> GEORGE DUNCAN, was b, in Scotland. He had a son George, b. in Ireland. 
George Duncan, jr. was the father of the emigrant George, b. abt. 1 680 in 
Ireland, d. in Londonderry, Rockingham, N. H. , md. Margaret Cross. Came 
with his wife to America bringing his children, namely; John, the eldest, 
probably by a former marriage, George, William, Robert, Abraham, Esther, 



53 
and James, He was a man of education and a justice of peace. Children b. 
Ireland. 

1. John, prob. by a 1st wife, md. in Ireland Rachel Todd. He was of 
Londonderry, N. H. and d. of old age. 

2. George, h. 171 0-5, d, 1780, md. Letitia Bell of Londonderry. 

3. William, b. 4 Oct. 1716, d. 1798 aged 82, md. Naomi Bell. He was 
called "Capt. " and of Londonderry, N. H. 

4. Robert, moved to Boston, Mass. , md. Isabella Caldwell. 

5. Abraham, of North Carolina, md. Mary ' 

y6. ESTHER, b. 1720, d. 26 Sept. 1757, md. I40ct. 1740 JAMES KASSON. 
7. James, b, 1726, d. 181 8, age 92, md. Elizabeth Bell. 

Ref. : Am. Anc. IX: 145 . 

Parker's History of Londonderry, N. H. P. 269-271. 
DUNHAM 
JOHN DUNHAM, son of Thomas Dunham, son of Ralph, b, 1588-9 at Scrooby , 
Nottingham, md. at Leyden, Holland 16 Sept, 1619 Abigail Bailliou, dau. of 
Thomas and Anne ( — ) Bailliou, John Dunham, d. 2 Mar. 1668-9 at Ply- 
mouth, Mass. He was in the Plymouth Colony before 1631; elecfed dep. 
General Court Plymouth 1639- 1 664; member of Council of War; deacon of 
church at Plymouth under Elder Brewster; was a widower with 3 children when 
md. 1622 to Abiga-U Bailliou. The Bailliou were probably Huguenot refugees 
as the name occurs frequently in publications of the Huguenot Society of Lon - 
don, and is identified withBaliol, Scoth King, and with Belle Aqua of ancient 
England. Abigail Bailliou, still resident at Leyden, w'tness at marriage of a 
sister June 1624.. Children b, 1st 2 or 3 at Leyden, Holland. 

1. JOHN, b. abt, 1620, md. 14 Mar. 1643, DOROTHY---. Will 2 Feb . 
1691-2. 

2. Abigail, b. abt. 1622, md. 6 Nov. 1644, Stephen Wood or Atwood. 

3. Thomas, b. abt. 1626, d. 1668-9, ^'^- 1646-51 Martha Knott. 

4. Samuel, b. 1628, md. ist 29 June 1649, Mary (---) Falloway, md. 2d 
Mary (---) Watson. 

5. Hannah, b. 1630, d. bef. 25 June 1669, md. 31 Ort. 1651 Gilss 
Rickard, jr. 

6. Jonathan, b. 1632, d. 18 Dec. I7i7.md. ist 29 Nov. 1655 Mary de la 
Noye, md. 2d 15 Oct. 1657 Mary Cobb. 

7. Perrsis, b. 1634, d. 1672, md, ist 29 Nov. 1655 Benajah Pratt, md. 
2d 15 Oct. 1657 Jonathan Shaw. 

8. Joseph, b. 18 Nov. 1636, d. ,1703, md. ist 18 Nov, 1657 Mercy 
Morton, md. 2d 20 Aug. 1669 Esther Wornell. 

9. Benjamin, b. bt. 1638, md. 25 Oct. 1660 Mary Tilson. 

10. Benajah, b. abt. 1640, d. 24 Dec. 1680. md. 25 Oct. 1660 Elizabeth 
Tilson. 

11. Daniel, b. abt. 1642. md. 1670 Mehitable Hey ward. 

JOHN DUNHAM b. abt. i620or earlier, Leyden, Holland, d. 1692 Wellfleet. 
Barnstable, Mass. age 79. Md. DOROTHY -— . 



54 

Children, b. prob. at Plymouth and Barnstable, Mass. 

1. MARY, b. 1644, d. 19 Apr. 1715, md. 20 Nov. 1662 JAMES HAMLIN. 

2. Prudence, b. 8 Mar, 1645-6. 

3. John, b. II Oct. 1647, d. 2jan. 1698. Md. I Mar. 1679-80 Mary Smith. 

4. Jonathan, b. 16 Apr. 1650, d. 26 Apr. 1650. 

5. Samuel, b. 25 Feb. 1651-2. Md. isti5Jan. 1680 Mary Harlow, md. 
2d 1693 Mrs. Mary Watson. 

6. Susannah, b, 20 Jan. 1653-4, md. 20 Jan. 1673 Bartholomew Hamlin. 

7. Hannah, b. 1657, d. 1659. 

8. Mercy, b. 25 July 1662, md. 1693 Israel Hatch, 

9. Lydia, b. 1666, md. Roben Barrow. 

Ref. : Hill's Mayflower Planter 2:130 

Dunham Gen. by Isaac Watson Dunham. 

FERRIS 

JEFFREY FERRIS, b. I 610, co. Leicester, Eng. , d. 31 May 1666 Stamford, 

Fairfield, Conn., md. ist — , whod. before 1659. He md, 2d 1639, Su- 
sanna (Norman) L o c k w o o d , d. 23 Dec. 1661, Greenwich, Conn., dau. of 
Richard Norman and widow of Robert Lockwood, b, in Eng. d. 1658, Fair- 
field Conn. He md. 3d after 1661, Judith (Feake) Palmer, dau. of James 
Feake of London, and widow of Wm. "or Henry Palmer. She md. 3d John 
Bowers, whose will was dat3d 1 6 Mar. 1693-4. He was a freeman at Water- 
town. Mass. , 6 May 1635. Was one of the first settlers at Wethersfield, Conn. , 
thence removed to Stamford, Conn. Children probably b. at Watertown, Mass, 

1. PETER, b. 28 Sept. 1636, d. 28 Sept. I/06, md. 1st 15 July 1654 
ELIZABETH REYNOLDS. 

2. Joseph, b. 1637, d, 1699, md. 20 Nov. 1657 Ruth Knapp. 

3. John, b. 1638-9, d. Mar. 1715, md. ist Mary Jackson, md. 2d 
Grace . 

4. James, b. abt. 1641, d. 6 May 1726, md. Mary Metritt, 

5. Mary, b. abt. 1644, d. , md. ist 1665 Jonathan Lockwood, md. 2d 
1696 Thomas Merritt. 

PETER FERRIS, b. 28 Sept. 1636. Watertown, Middlesex, Mass., d. 28 Sept. 
1706, Stamford, Fairfield, Conn. , md. 1st 15 July 1654 at Stamford, Conn. , 
ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, b. abt. 1637 Watertown, Mass., dau. of John and 
Sarah (---) Reynolds. He md. 2d 25 July 1705, Mrs, Ruth Weed widow of 
Daniel Weed. Peter Ferris was freeman in 1662 and rep. in 1667. Children 
b. Stamford, Conn. 

1. Joseph, b. 20 Aug. 1657, d. abt. 1727, md. abt. i^S/S Mary Smith, 

2. Elizabeth, b. 28 Jan, 1658-9, d. 5 Apr. 1660. 

3. Peter, b. 20 June 1660, md. 1st 11 Apr. 1706 Sarah Hoyt, md. 2d 
15 June 17 1 6 Mercy Hoyt. 

4. Mary, b. 2 May 1662. 

5. Elizabeth, b 2 Jan 1663-4. 

6. Ruth, b. abt. i566, d. $745, md. 1686 Samuel Peck. 

7. HANNAH, b. abt. (668, d. 27 Sept. 1724, md. 10 June 1692 JOHN 



55 

KNAPP. 

Ref. : Savage's: 2:155 

N.Y. G. Bio. Rec, 71:362 
Partial Gen. of Ferris Family Records. 
FULLER ' 
JOHN FULLER and WILLIAM FULLER were freeholders in Redeiihall, co. Nor- 
folk. Eng. in 1482, 148S, 1508, etc. They are th'i first ancestors of our Fuller 
family. The child of one these prob. John, since John, jr. is mentioned in the 
deed above of 1508 was John who was bur. 3 Miy 1559."' 

JOHN FULLER, called the Elder, had will dated 4 Feb. 1558-9, proved 12 May 
1559. Itwaswitnessed by a Thomas Fuller, children, b. prob. atRedenhall. 
CO. Norfolk, 

I.John, d. 15 May 1599, md. ist Catherine bur. 23 Apr. 1573. md. 

2d 10 May 1574 Ann Bury. Children, b. prob. at Redenhall, by ist wife. 
Ann md. 2d 30 Dec. 1599 Gyles Chalker. 

I. William, b. abt. 1555. bur. 15 Feb. 1611, md. 25 Nov. t^8i 
Alice Linge, bur. 20 June 161 1. Children: 

1. Garthred, bapt. 17 May 1584. 

2. Ralph, bapt. 8 Nov. 1584, md, ist abt. 1603 — md. 2d 3 Nov. 
1608 Elizabeth Eliot. Ralphwasbur. 1 2 July 164S, Child by ist wife. 

1. Robert, bapt, 21 Aug. 1604 of Mendham, Suffolk. 
Children by 2d wife: 

2. William, bapt. 15 Aug. 1609, not mentioned in will. 

3. Thomas, bapt. 13 Oct. 1610, d. bef. 16:9. 

4. John, bapt. 6 Apr. 1617, -mentioned in will. 

5. Thomas, bapt. 20 Jan. 1619, d. 28 Sept. 1690 md. 22 Nov. 
1643 Hannah Flower. He emigrated to Dedham, Mass. , by 25 
Nov. 1642, 9 chn. 

6. Roger, bapt. 12 June 1624, bur. 16 Feb. 1625 

7. Child, unbapt. , bur. 7 Jan. 1721. 

8. James, md. and had son John by 1644. 

9. Dau. md. Thomas Daget and dau. Sarah Daget. 

3. John, bapt. 30 Oct. 1586. 

4. Anne, bapt. 10 Dec. 1587. 

5. Dorothy, bapt. 10 May 1590, bur. 16 May 1590 

2. Thomas the Elder, b. abt. 1557, bur. i July 1598, md. ist 
Margerie, bur. 27 Oct. 1580. 

I. Richard, bapt. 25 Oct. 1579, bur. 20 Feb. 1590. 

3. Elizabeth, bapt. l Feb. 1559, bur. 8 July 1565. 

4. Ann, bapt. 8 Sept. 1560, md.^ ? Jolm Pigeon, 

5. Garthred, bapt. 30 Feb. 1562, md. 24 Aug. 1590 Richard Say. 

6. Ralph, bapt. 4 Nov. 1563, liv. 1599. 

7. ?Thomas, bapt. 18 Dec. ^565, the children below are prob. his. 
He was living 1699 and md. Anne . 

1. Sarah, bapt. I July 1 599, bur. 30 Mar. 1 603. 



56 

2. Robert, bapt. I Jan. l(x)2-3, bur. 7 Apr, 1604. 

3. Sarah, bapt. 13 Fe^. 1604-5, bur. 22 Apr. 1608. 

4. Samuel, bapt. 26 July 1607, bur. 22 Oct. 1611. 

5. John, bapt. 20 Mar. 1609. 

6. Anne, bapt.^'26 Dec. 161 2, 

7. Anne, bapt. 10 Sept. 1615. 

8. ?Joan, bapt. 30 May 1565, bur. 5 June 1566. 

9. Robert, mentioned in will 1599'. 

10. William "young", mentioned in will 1599. 

• II. Roger, youngest son, bapt. 19 Oct. 1572, md. 24 Apr. 1600 Jane 
Gowen. She was bur. 5 June 1647 at Topcroft. Roger was bur, 30 
Apr. 1644, will proved Aug. 1644. He was of Topcroft, co. Norfolk. 
Children bapt. , Topcroft, co. Norfolk. 

1. Andrew, bapt. 3 May 1601, bui. 8 Aug. 1643, not in will 1644, 

2. Roger, in will. 

3. Dau. , bapt. 8 Feb. 1606. 

4. Richard, bapt. in wilL 

5. Elizabeth, bapt, 23 July 1609, md. John Fuller, jr. 

6. William, bdpt. 14 Dec. 161 1, in will, 

7. Jane, "in will. 

8. Susanna, md. Thomas Thurston, had son Thomas Thurston, jr. 

9. Frances, md. Robert Tyte. 

10. Giles, d. 2 Apr. 1673 or 6 Apr. 1676 at Hampton, N.H. Left 
no descendants. 

11. Janet, bapt. 27 Apr. 161 6. 

2. ROBERT, the butcher, bur. 23 July 161 4, md. 1st SARAH---, md. 2d 
by 1585 Frances ---, bur. 28 Mar. 1632. 

3. Alice, mentioned in father's will 1559. 

ROBERT FULLER, a butcher, bur 23 July 1614, Redenhall, co. Norfolk, md. 
1st SARAH -— , bur. I July 1584 Red enhall, co. Norfolk, md. 2d 1858, 
Frances---, bur 28 Mar. 1632, Redenhall, co. Norfolk. In his will he speaks 
ofwife Frances as mother of his daus. Elizabeth and Mary. This will also men- 
tions sons Thomas, Edward and Samuel, and his grandson John son of my son 
John, daus. Elizabeth, Ann, and Mary, and son-in-law James Spalding. Ch. 
all b. at Redenhall. By ist wife: 

1. Thomas, bapt. 13 Dec. 1573, will proved 30 May 1659. 

2. EDWARD, bapt. 4 Sept. 1575, d. 1621, md. ANN . 

3. Ann (Susannah), bapt. 22Apr. 1577, d. 1680, md. 1st William White, 
md. 2d 12 May 1622 Edward Winslow. 

4. John, bapt. 15 Mar. 1578. bur. lo Feb. 1580. 

5. Samuel, bapt. 20 Jan. 1580, d. 1633 in Plymouth, Mass., md. I si 
Alice Glascock, md. 24 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, who d. 1615 in 
Leyden. Holland, md. 27 May 1617 Bridget Lee. Dr. Samuel of May- 
flower. 

6. John. bapt. 4 Sept. 1582, bur. 22 Dec. 160?,. md. 1st Anne — , md. 



57 

2d 10 Apr. 1599 at Starston, co.^Norfolk, Margaret Balls, bur. 27 Mar. 
1628 at Redenhall. Children, b, at Redenhall. By ist wife: 

1. William, b. abt. 1598, the oldest son. Prob. d. by 1609. 
By 2d wife: 

2. Constance, bapt. I May 1600, 

3. John, bapt. 25 Apr. 1602, md. Elizabet'h Fuller, dau. of Roger 
and Jane (Gowen) Fuller. 

4. Matthew, bapt. 16 Oct. 1603, some claim him as the Capt. 
Matthew Fuller emigrant. 

5. Thomas, bapt. i Mar. 1606. 

6. William, bapt. 30 June 1609. 

7- Edmund, bapt. 19 May 1583, bur. 19 Aug. 1584. 
By 2d wife: 

8. Sarah, bapt. 4 Sept. 1 586, md. 26 Nov. 1607 James Spalding. 

9. Christopher, bapt. 15 Dec. 1588, bur, 12 July 1 590. 

10. Elizabeth, bapt, 29 Nov, 1590, unmd, 1614. 

11. Mary, bapt. 13 July 1595, unmd. 1614, * 
EDWARD FULLER, bapt. 4 Sept. I 57 5, Redenhall. co. Norfolk, d. between 
II Jan. and lo Apr. 1621 Plymouth, Mass., as did his wife Anne — . He 
was the 2ist signer of the Mayflower Compact. Edward Fuller prob. was not 
atLeydenaswas his brother Samuel, but boarded the Mayflower at Southamp- 
ton, Eng. Children, b. prob. co. Norfolk, 

1, MATTHEW, b. abt. 1603. d, Aug. 1678, Barnstable, Mass., md. 
FRANCES ----, liv. 1678. 

2. SAMUEL, b. abt. 1608, d. 31 Oct. 1683, Barnstable, Mass., md, 8 
Apr, 1635, JANE LATHROP. 

MATTHEW FULLER, will dated 20 July 1678 and proved 30 Oct. 1678, Bara- 
stable, Mass. He came over 1640, little is known of his early life; he had 
land assigned to him in Plymouth 1642; Sgt. in Capt. Miles Standish's Co. , 
1643. Sept. 3, 1652, he was Lt. of the Militia in Barnstable; deputy from 
Barnstable, 1653. June 20 1654, appointed Lt. under Capt. Miles Standish of 
a Co. of 50 men, the Plymouth quota in the proposed expedition against the 
Dutch of Manhattan, now New York. Member of Council of War, 1658, of 
which he was chairma'n, 1671, magistrate same year and Lt. of forces sent 
against the Saconet Indians; Surgeon General, 1673; Capt. in King Philip's 
War, In the Quaker controversy, he was in favor of religious toleration; in 
1658 he was presented for saying; "The law enacted about minister's mainten- 
ance was a wicked and devilish law, and th^t the devil sat at the stone when 
it was enacted;" which he admitted that he uttered, and for which he was 
fined 50 shillings. He was the first regular physician in Barnstable. His farm 
was near that of his brother or (cousin) Samjel. Lands were" granted him for 
his services in Falmouth and Middleboro, Mass. He md. abt. 1625 in Eng, 
Frances , whom he mentioned in his will. Children, b. in Eng. 

1. Mary, b, ? d, bef, 1691 md. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones. 

2. ELIZABETH, liv. 1714, md. 22 Apr, 1652, MOSES ROWLEY, 



58 

3. Samuel, b. ? d. 25 Mar. 1676 at Rehoboth, killed in the, Indian-Attack 

upon that place; md. Mary ---, who survived him. 

4. John. d. in Barnstable 1691-2; md.^ist Be±iah---; md. 2d 24 Mar. 
1687, Hannah Morton, who survived him, andmd. 9 Dec. 1695 Capt. John 
Lathrop, of Barnstable, Mass. 

5. Anne, d. bef. 1691 md. abt. 1657 Samuel Fuller, jr. 

SAMUEL FULLER, b. a^t. 1608, co. Norfolk, Eng. He came to Plymouth , 
Mass. , on Mayflower and received 3 shares in the division of land in Plymouth 
in 1624. After his parents death, he went to live with his Uncle Dr. Samuel 
Fuller, and was executor of his will in 1633; freeman 1634; removed to 
Scituate, where he md. 8 Apr. 1635 Jane Lathrop, bapt. 29 Sept. 1614 Eger- 
ton, CO, Kent, d. between 1658 -1683, dau. of Rev. John and Hannah (Howse) 
Lathrop, His house in Scituate, Mass. was No. 15, and was constable 1641 , 
He was in Barnstable as early as 1641, but not an inhabitant until 1644; he and 
his brother or (cousin) Matthew bot of Secunke, an Indian, part of the land on 
Scorton or Sandy Neck, he lived in the N. W. angle of town; and was the only 
Mayflower passenger who settled permanently in Barnstable; a pious man. 
Children, ist 5 b. at Scituate, the rest b. at Barnstable, Mass. 

1. Hannah, b. 1636, d. 1685, md. 1 Jan. 1658-9 Nicholas Bonham. 

2. Samuel, bapt. liFeb. 1637, d. bef. 29 Dec. 1691, md. abt. 1657 his 
Cousin Anna Fuller dau. of Matthew Fuller. 

3. Elizabeth, b. 1639, md. Joseph Taylor. 

4. Sarah, bapt. i Aug. 1641, d. bef. 1654. 

5. Mary, bapt. i6june 1644, d. '1 1 Aug. 1720, md. 18 Nov. i674Joseph 
Williams. 

6. Thomas, b. 18 May 1651, d. bef. father. 

7. Sarah, b. 10 Dec, 1654. d. 1714 md. JohnCrowell of Yarmouth, Mass. 

8. JOHN, b. 1656. d. 10 May 1726, md. 1678 MS;HITABLE ROWLEY. 

9. Infant, b. 8 Feb. 1658, d. 23 Feb. 1658. 

JOHN FULLER, b. abt. 1 656, Barnstable, Mass., d. at East Haddam, Conn., 
between 28 Feb. and 20 May 1726, md. abt. 1677 MEHITABLE ROWLEY, b. ii 
Jan. 1660- 1 Barnstable, Mass. , d. in East Haddam, Conn. , dau. of Moses and 
Elizabeth (Fuller) Rowley. John Fuller was called "Little John" to distinguish 
him from his cousin Dr. John Fuller. He lived on his father's estate at Scorton 
Neck until 1694, when he removed co East Haddam. Here he seems to have 
prospered inworldly estate. About 1721 he conveyed to each of his seven sons 
ample lands and farming implements. Children ist7b. at Barnstable, Mass. , 
the rest b. at E. Haddani, Conn. All mentioned in will except Deborah and 
Anne, altho given as his daus. by Otis and others. 

1. Thomas, b. abt. 1679, d. 9 Apr. 1772 E. Haddam, Conn. , md. abt. 
1713 Elizabeth ---, b. abt. 1689; d. 5 Nov, 1784. 

2. Samuel, b. abt. 1682, d. 12 Feb. 1757, md. 1 1 June 1703 Naomi 
Rowley. 

3. Shubael, b. abt. 1684, d. 29 May 1748 E. Haddam, md. 8 Dec. 1708 
Hannah Crocker. 



59 

4. Thankful, b. abt. 1686, md. 9 July 1707 Jabcz Crippen, 

5. Deborah, b. abt. 1689, md. 11 Sept. 1716 John Rowley. 

6. Edward, b. abt. 1691, d. 7 Jan. 1731 Colchester, Conn.; md. isi 1713 
— Bates, md. 2d 21 July 1715 Elizabeth Rowley. 

7. Elizabeth, b. 4 Mar. ?l693, md. 5 Mar. 1713 Samuel Rowley. 

8. John, b. 10 Nov. 1697, will proved 6 Mar. 1758, md. i May 1721 
Mary Cornwall, widow of Thomas Rowley. 

9. JOSEPH, b. I Mar. 1700, d. 19 July 1775. md. 1st 22 Dec. 1722 
LYDIA DAY, md. 2d 8 Jan. 1766 Zerviah (---) Noble. 

10. Benjamin, b. 20 Oct. r/oi, d. 20 Dec. 1740 Sharon, Conn., md. 
abt. 1720 Content Fuller, dau, Matthew and Patience (Young) Fuller. 

11. Anne, b. abt, 1703-4, d. 6 Sept. 1741, md. 9 Mar. 1727 Jonathan 
Rowley. 

12. Mehitable, b. 6 Apr. 1706, d. after 28 Feb. 1726, md. Benjamin 
Kneeland. 

JOSEPH FULLER, b, I Mar. 1699-1700, at East Haddam; d. at Kent. Conn.. 
19 July 1775; md, 1st 22 Dec, 1722; LYDIA DAY, b. ii Apr. 1698. at Hart- 
ford, Conn., d. 2 Nov. 1763, at Kent, Conn,, dau. of John jr. , and Grace 
(Spencer) Day (her parents removed from Hartford to Colchester); md. 2d, 8 
Jan. 1766, Mrs. Zefviah Noble of New Milford, Conn. Joseph Fuller resided 
in Colchester until 1740, and his older children were probably bom in that town. 
In 1738 or 39 he removed to Kent, where he spent the remainder of his life. 
He was one of the foimders of the church at Kient, 29 Apr. 1741; his wife join- 
ed by letter 10 May 1741. He was a deacon in the church, and next to the 
minister the foremost man of the town. He owned extensive tracts of land in 
Kent. H e and his w'ife are buried in North Kent, Conn, Children all except 
last child b, at Colchester, Conn. 

1. Joseph, b. abt. 1723, d. I3julyi795.- md. 10 Aug. 1752 Zerviah Hill. 
He d. at Luzerne County, Pa, 

2, Rachel, b, 1724, md. 16 July 1741 Samuel Bates of Kent; Conn. 

3. Zachariah, b. 1725, d. 36 Sept. i799Kent, Conn., md. 24 Apr. 1753 
Abigail Hubbel, dau, of Ephriam Hubbel jr. of Kent, 

4. Grace, b, 172^, md. 23 Dec. 1745, John Cahoon. She d. bef. 1776. 

5, Jeremiah, b. 4 Mar. 1727, d. 31 Aug. 1809 at Kent, md, ist 11 Jan. 
1754, Lydia Mills, who d. 4 July 1755. md. 2d Ruth Reed, who d. 9 Feb. 
1791 and md. 3d Rachel Comstock, who d. 27 Jan. 1820, 

6, Lydia, b. 1729, liv. 1784 Manchester, Vt. , md. 19 Aug. 1749 Thomas 
Hatch. 

7. MINDWELL, b. 1730, d. 24 Oct. 1780 Kent, Conn, md. 23 Nov. 1749 
ASA PARISH. « 

8. Ruth, b. 1733, md, 24 Feb. 1773 Job Gould, jr. of Sharon, Conn. 

9, Abraham, b, Oct, 1735, d, 20 Sept. 1807 at Kent, md, 4 Nov. 1762 
Lydia Gillet, 

10, Jacob, b. 1738, d. 5'Mar. 1 81 6 age 78 at Kent md. 23 Feb. 1764 
Elizabet|i Payne, 



6o 

II. Isaac, b. i74i-5atKent, d. 17 Nov. 1772 Kent, Conn., md. 5 Nov. 

1769 Sarah Kelsey. No children. 

Ref. : Fuller Genealogy Vol. I 

N.E. Reg. 55:192, 410-416. 
GOOLE (GOULD) 
FFiANCIS GOOLE, b. abt. 1622, was with wife Rose at Duxbury, Mass. , 1643, 
Braintree 1 649 and Chelmsford 1660; his wife signed a deed of land in Chelms- 
ford 28 Mar. 1673. John Eddy, son of Samuel of Plymouth, blacksmith, was 
apprenticed 3 Apr. 1645 to Francis Gould. He d. 27 Mar. 1676 at Chelmsford, 
Middlesex, Mass. Children ist 6 b. at Braintree, the last 7 b, at Chelmsford, 

1. Abigail, b. i8Feb. 1649-50, d. 1719, md. 19 Sept. 1 665 Thomas Corey. 

2. MARY, b. 23 Dec. 165I, md. 25 Dec. 1 666 JOHN WATTLES. 

3. Maltha, b. 15 Oct. 1653, d. 15 May 1698, md. 17 Sept. 1672 Joseph 
Barrett. 

4. Hannah, b. 18 July 1655, md. lo Oct. 1676 Daniel Galusha. 

5. John, b. 26 Apr. 1657, d. 20 Apr. 1660 Chelmsford, Mass. 

6. Samuel, b. 6 Feb. 1658-9, d. 27 Oct. 1747 Chelmsford, Mass., md. 
17 Mar. 1684 Mehitable Barrett. 

7. John, b. 21 Aug. 1660, d. 16 Apr. 1689, md. 2 July 1686 Elizabeth 
Cummiugs. 

8. Leah, b. 4 May 1663, .d. 1718, md. 29 Aug. 1681 Jonathan Adams. 
9^. Rachel, (twin), b. 4 May 1663, d. i2Feb. 1674, unmd. 

10. Elizabeth, b. 15 Jan. 1664-5. 

11. Mercy, b. 23 Feb. 1666-7, md. 16 June 1686 Noah Fisk. 

12. Isaac, b. 3 Mar. 1669. 

13. Thankful, b. 31 Jan. 1671-2. 

Ref. -.Family of Zaccheus Gould p. 315-6 by Gould 1895 
Chelmsford Vitals 
Savages 

Am. Comp. 6:2i, 292, 5:135, 3:96 
HAMLIN 
JAMES HAMLIN, b. abt. 1605? London, Eng. son of Giles Hamelin and --- 
(Ashely) Hamelin. Will made 23 Jan. 1683 and proved 22 Oct. 1690, md. 
Anne--- liv. 1683 at Barnstable, Mass. Children, ist4b. at St. Lawrence in 
Reading, Berkshire, Eng. The last 5 at Barnstable, Mass, 

1. James, bapt. 2 Oct. 1630, bur. 24 Oct. 1633. 

2. Sarah, bapt. 6 Sept. 1632, d. bef. 1639. 

3. Mary, bapt. l"] July 1634, md. 17 Jan. 1678 Benjamin Hatch. 

4. JAMES, bapt. ID Apr. 1636, d. 3 May 1718 Tisbury, Mass., md. 20 
Nov. 1662 MARY DUNHAM, 

5. Hannah, b. abt. 1638. 

6. Bartholomew, b. 11 Apr. 1642, d. 24 Apr. 1704 at Barnstable, md. 
20 Jan. 1673 Susannah Dunham. 

7 John, b. 26 June 1644, d. 171 8, md. Aug. 1667 Sarah Bearse. 
8. Sarah, b. 7 Nov. 1647. 



6i 
^ Eleazer, b. 17 Mar. 1649, d. bef. 1 698 at Yarmouth, md. 16 Oct. 
1675 TUehitable Jenkins. 

10. Israel, b. 25 June 1652, inv. of est. 2 July 1729, md. istabt, 1684 
Abigail Lombard, md. 2d abt. 1700 Jemima ----. 

JAMES HAMLIN, bapt. ro Apr. 1636 at St. Lawrence in Reading, co. Berks, 
Eng. d. 3 May 17 18, Tisbury, Mass. ,• md. 20 Nov. 1662 at Barnstable, Mass. , 
MARY DUNHAM, b. 1643, d. 19 Apr. 1715 in 73d year at Barnstable, Mass. , 
dau, of John and Dorothy ( — ) Dunham. 
Children, all b. at Barnstable, Mass. 

1. Mary, b. 24 July 1664, d. Nov. 1698 Barnstable, md. 22 Feb. 1692 
John Davis, jr. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 14 Feb. 1665-6, d. Jan, 1743 Chatham, Mass. , md. 31 
July 1689 John Scudder, Jr. 

3. ELEAZER, b. 12 Apr. 1668, d. 1698, md. 1690 LYDIA SEARS. 

4. Experience, b. 12 Apr. 1668, d. 24 July 1707-17, md. 24 Aug. 1687 
Thomas Jenkins, 

5. James, b, 26 Aug. 1669, will dated 18 Aug. 1 743, md. 8 Oct. 1690 
Ruth Lewis. 

6. Jonathan, b. 6 Mar. 1670-1 d. 22 June 1743, md. 6 Mar. 1705 Esther 
Hamblin. 

7. Son, b. 28 Mar. 1672, d. 7 Apr. 1672. 

8. Ebanezer, b. 29 July 1674, d. 8 Apr. 1755 Sharon, Conn. md. 1314 
Apr. 1698 Sarah Lewis, md. 2d 20 Sept. 1729 widow Elizabeth Arnold. 

9. Elisha b. 15 Mar. 1676-7, d. 20 Dec. 1677, 

ID. Hope, b. 13 Mar. 1679-80, liv, 1717 md. 9 May 171 2 William Case. 

11. Job, b. 15 Jan. 1681, d. 3 July 1750; unmd. 

12. John, b. 12 Jan. 1783, d. prob. bef. 1717. 

13. Benjamin, bapt. 16 Mar. 1684-5. d. bef. 1717; prob. unmd. 

14. Elkanah, bapt. 1685, d. 1764, md. 1st 14 Apr. 1711 Abigail 
Hamblen, md. 2d ii Aug. 1734 Margaret Bates. 

ELEAZER HAMBLIN, b. 12 Apr, 1668, Barnstable, Mass., inv. dated 20 May 
1698 Yarmouth, Mass., md. 1690 LYDIA SEARS, b. 24 Oct. 1666 Yarmouth, 
d, 1748, Harwich, Mass., dau. Paul and Deborah (Willard) Sears. Shemd, 2d. 
at Harwich, Mass., 30 Sept. 1706 Thomas Snow, b. 6 Aug. 1668, Eastham, 
Mass. , d. between 1732 and 1748 at Harwich, son of Mark and Jane (Prence) 
Snow. Hehadmd. istSFeb. 1692-3 Hannah Sears, b. Dec. 1672, d. 1704 at 
Harwich, Mass. , dau. of Silas and Anna (Bursell) Sears, Eastham, Mass. 
Thomas and Hannah (Sears) Snow had the following children, b. at Harwich, 
Mass, : 

1. Elizabeth, b. 26 Oct. 1693, ^^' Josiah Snow. 

2. Mary, b. 16 May 1696. 

3. Josiab, b. 27 Jan. 1699. 

4. Ebenezer, b. 14 Feb. 1700-1. 

5. Hannah, b. 21 Mar. 1702-3. 

Eleazer and Lydia (Sears) Hamblin had the following children b. prob. at East- 



62 

ham, Mass. , except the last b. at Harwich, Mass. 

1. Benjamin, f. i 692, d. beginning Jujy I737 on whaling vessel in At- 
lantic, md. 25 Oct. 1716 at Eastham. Anne Mayo, liv. 1748, dau. of 
SAMUEL and RUTH (HOPKINS) MAYO. Shemd. 2d. 7 SepC. 1738 William 
Graham, of Boston, Mass. Had 8 chn. 

2. REBECCA, b. 1694. md. Ii May 1720 JUDAH BERRY as 2d wife. 
' 3. Mary, b. 1696, md. abt. 1725 Shedrack Logan. 

4. Elisha, b. 26 Jan. 1697-8. md. 25 Jan. 1721 Elizabeth Mayo. dau. of 
Samuel Mayo, b. Eastham, Mass. It appears from the Register of Deeds, 
Boston, Book 70, p. 131, that Elisha Hamblin and wife Elizabeth of East- 
ham, Mass. , on 3 Oct. 1738, conveyed land in Hingham, Mass. belong- 
to our grandfather Cornelius Canterbury, and others of our relations former- 
ly belonging to said Hingham; the deed was acknowledged 15 Apr. 1742 and 
recorded 14 June 1745. This shows his residence in Eastham in 1738. The 
buth of their son Elijah is recorded in Orleans, then part of Eastham. No 
further account of him appears. Perhaps he went to Conn, where his sons 
and other relatives had removed. Had at least 2 sons. The will of James 
Hamlin, Eleazer's father, in i 7 i 7 , mentions "my 4 grand children, the 
children of my son, Eleazer Hamlin, deceased. " No names are mention- 
ed. The Hamlin Genealogy lists a dau. Ly^ia in place of Rebecca. The 
widow Lydia nfid. again and had the following children by Thomas Snow, 
b, at Harwich, Mass. 

1. Lydia, b, 24 July 1707. 

2. Thomas, b. 15 June 170^ md. 19 Feb. 1730 Rachel Nickerson. 

3. Aaron, b. 15 Feb. 1710^ md. 

4. Ruth, b. 23 Feb.1712-13. d. i5Julyi7i7. 

Since xhe widow Lydia named her aext child Lydia in 1707, it would not be 
likely that there would be two Lydias in the same family living at the same 
time. Therefore the Ha ml in Genealogy made a mistake in listing the first 
Lydia and it should have been Rebecca, who md, Ii May 1720 Judah Berry. 
The 1st Lydia never existed. 

Ref. : Hamlin Gen, 

Mayflower Desc. 4:175, 245-249 ' 

Sears Gen. 

New Hampshire Fam. 1:237 
HOPKINS 
STEPHEN HOPKINS, prob. the Stephen, bapi. 29 Oct, 1 58 1 at Wotton Under 
Edge, CO. Gloucester. Eng. son of Stephen, d. in Plymouth, Mass. , between 

16 June and 27 July 1644. He md. 1st . who d. in Eng. ; and 2d, in 19 

Feb. 1616-7 St. Iviary's Whitechapel, London, Eng., Elizabeth Fishei. She 
d. before 1640 in Plymouth, Mass. He was a tanner or leather maker. He 
came over in the -Mayflower- with his wife Elizabeth and one child by her 
and two children by his first wife. He w a s a prominent man in the colony, 
and the details of his service are published in many places, (Dawes-Gates 
Anc. ). Children by 1st wife and prob. b. at Wotton Under Edge, co. Glouc. 



63 

1. Constance, b. abt, 1605; d. middle Oct. 1677, Eastham. Mass.. md. 
between 1623-1627, Nicholas Snow. Had 12 ch. by 1650. 

2. William, bapt. 19 July 1607, d. y. 

3. GILES, b. abt. 1609, d. in Eastham, Mass.. an octogenarian, in 1689' 
or before 26 Apr. 1 690. md. 9 Oct, 1 639 CATHERINE WHELDEN. 

Children by 2d wife: 

4. Damaris, b. 16 18-9 in Eng. living 1 627. Unmd. 

5. Oceanus, b. at sea. between 16 Sept. 11 Nov. 1620, d. by 1623. 

6. Caleb, b. 1622, Plymouth, Mass. , a seaman, d. unmd. in the Barbadoes 
before 1651. Executor of father's will. 

7. Deborah, b. 1625, Plymouth, d. after 1666, md. 23 Apr. 1646 Andrew 
Ring. 7 ch. 

8. Damaris, b. after 1627, Plymouth, d. between Jan. 1 665-6-- 18 Nov. 
1669, Md. 1646-7 Jacob Cooke, son of Francis Cook. 6 ch. 

9. Ruth, b. abt, 1630, d. before 1659 unmd. of "Plymouth, 

10. Elizabeth, b, in Plymouth, d. bef. 6 Oct. 1659, unmd. 

GILES HOPKINS, b. in Eng. abt. 1609, d. in Eastham, Mass. , an octogenarian, 
in 1689 or before 26 Apr. 1690. He md. in Yarmouth. Mass., 9 Oct. 1639, 
CATHERINE WHELDEN, d. in Eastham. after i5Mar. 1689, dau. of Gabrieland 
? Margaret ( — ) Whelden, of Yarmouth. He lived for a time in Plymouth but 
about 1638 moved to Yarmouth. He was highway surveyor of Yarmouth 
(Mattakeese), 1642-3, and surveyor of Yarmouth and Eastham (Nauset) until 
1662. He was among the first settlers of Eastham 22 May 1655 and in 1655 he 
was one of the list of freemen of Eastham and one of 29 voters there. His will 
dated ig Jan. 1682, proved 5 Mar. 1689, mentions his wife Catherine and his 
sons Stephen, William, Caleb, and Joshua. His son Stephen was made executor. 
Of the following children, the first four are believed to have been b. in Yar- 
mouth, the remainder in Eastham. Their names are on record in Orleans. 

1. Mary, b. Nov. 1640, d. 2 JOly 1700, md. 3 Jan. 1664-5 Samuel 
Smith. 8 ch, 

2. STEPHEN, b. Sept. 1642, d. 10 Oct. 1718, md. MARY MERRICK. 

3. John, b. 1643 and died aged 3 months. , 

4. Abigail, b. Oct. 1644, md. 23 May 1667 William Merrick, jr. 

5. Deborah, b, June 1648, md, 27 July 1668 Josiah Cook, jr. 

6. Caleb, b. Jan. 1650-1, d. bef. 22 May 1728 Truro, Mass., md. Mary 
Williams. 

7. RUTH, b. June 1653, md. SAMUEL MAYO. 

8. Joshua, b. June 1657, d. 1738, md. 26 May 1681 Mary Cole. 

9. William, b. 9 Jan. 1660-1, d. 1689 infirm in mind. 

10. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1664. d. Dec. 1664, aged one month, 
STEPHEN HOPKINS, b. inYarmouth (?)in Sept^ 1642, d. in Harwich, Mass. , 
in what is now Brewster 10 Oct. 17 18 aged 76 years. He md. 1st, 23 May 1667, 
MARY MERRICK, b. 4 Nov. i-§50, d. after 1694, dau. of Ens. William and Re - 
becca (Tracy) Merrick of Duxbury andBridgewater, Mass. . After 1694 he re- 
moved to Harwich, He md, 2d 9 Apr. 1701, Bethia (Linnal) Atkins, who d. 



64 

28 Mar. 1726. She was admitted to the church 14 Sept. 1701. He was a free- 
man of Eastham in 1683 arJ was there as ^tei as 1695. He removed to Harwich 
before 1701. He was one of those chosen by the proprietors to determine the 
bounds between Harwich and Manomoick, report'dated 28 May 1703. He was 
also chosen to perform services of a kindred nature at other times. Children 
by 1st wife, prob. b, in Eastham, Mass. 

1. Elizabeth, b. June, last week, 1668. 

2. Stephen," b. 15 July 1670, d. 9 Apr. 1733 Brewster, md. 19 May 1692 
Sarah Howes. 

3. Ruth, b, beginning Nov. 1674. 

4. JUDAH, b. 16 Jan. 1677-8, will 20 Jan. 1748 md. HANNAH MAYO. 

5. Samuel, b. middle Mar. 1682-3, ^^ ^^^- U4^' ^^' ^^^ > '705 
Lydia Rich. 

6. Nathaniel, b. middle Mar. 1684-5, ^« 13 Sept. 1766, md. 26 May 
1707 Mercy Mayo dau. of John. 

7. Joseph, b. 1*688, d. 24 Apr. 1771 age 83 Harwich, md. 17 Apr. 1712 
Mary Mayo, dau. of Jc^, 

8. Benjamin, b. mi,ddleFeb. 1689-90, md. 1 3 Feb. 1717-8 Rachel Lincoln. 

9. Mary, b. 15 Apr. ^1692, md. prob. 5 Nov. 1714 John Maker. 
JUDAH HOPKINS, b. 16 Jan. 1677-8. Eastham, Mass.. d. 7 Jan. 1748, Har- 
wich, Mass. He md. ist in Eastham, 14 Apr. 1702, Hannah Mayo, d. 5 
July 1719, dau. of Samuel and Ruth (Hopkins) Mayo; md. 2d, in Harwich, 
12 May 1720, his I st wife's cousin Hannah Mayo, dau. of John Mayo. He 
and his first'wife were admitted to the church, and he and his wife and seven 
children were baptized 3 June 1716. He lived in that part of Harwich which 
is now the town of Brewster, east of the Congregational Church. His will was 
dated 20 Jan. 1747, proved 7 Mar. 1748. Estate valued at 11141. Children 
by 1st wife b. at Harwich, Mass. 

1. Mary, b. 17 Apr. 1703, md. 1726 John Lewis. 

2. John, b. 23 Sept. 1704, d. bef. 19 Mar, 1738-9, md. 27 Jan. 1732 
Mehitable Crosby, 

3. Martha, b. 25 Mar. 1705, md. 13 Feb. 1728-9 John Paddock. 

4. Rebecca, b. 10 Oct. 1707, unmd. 1748. 

5. Judah, b. 18 Oct. 1709, d. i Mar. 1762, md. 24 Feb. 1731-2 Mercy 
Lincoln. 

6. Stephen, b. 26 Jan. 17 11 -2, md. i Dec. 1731 Rebecca Mayo. 

7. Desire, b. 17 Nov. 17 14, d. before 1748. 

8. SILVANUS, b. 14 Feb. 1716-7, md. 23 Nov. 1738 RUTH BERRY. 

9. Hannah, b. 17 June [719, d. 22 Oct. 1760, unmd. 
Child by 2d wife: 

10. Samuel, b. 14 Mar. 1720-1, prob. d. y. 

SILVANUS HOPKINS, b. i4Feb. 1716-7, Harwich, Mass. He md. ist 23 ^ov. 
1738 RUTH BERRY, b. i9Mar. 1720-1, Harwich, Mass.. d. bef. 1772, dau. of 
Judah and Rebecca (Hamlin) Berry. Both were admitted to the church 5 Aug. 
1739. They resided in Harwich and Brewster, and probably in Mansfield, Conn. 



^^^^ 65 

He and his wife mortgaged land in Putnam County, N.Y. 24 Jan. 1763. Marri- 
age intention of a Silvanus Hopkins of Kent, Conn. , to Mrs. Mary Bucknam of 
Maiden, Mass. , 27 Feb. 1772, is found in the Maiden Vital Records. Children, 
b. in Harwich and baptized in Brewster, Mass. , except 2d. 

1. ELIJAH, b, June 1741, bapt. 28 June 1741, md. 4 times. 

2. Judah, bapt. 10 July 1743, Mansfield, Conn., prob. d. bef. 1751. 

3. Desire, b. May 1745, bapt. 2 June 1745, d. 20 Nov. 1821, md. 1765 
Joseph Foster, b. inHarwich 27 May 1735, d. 17 Oct. 1810, son of Thomas 
and Mary (Hopkins) Foster. He removed with his parents to Oblong, N.Y. , 
and settled soon after his marriage in Warren, Corm, In 1767 he resided in 
South Precinct, Dutchess Co, , N. Y, 

4. Anna, b. 5Junei747, d. 15 Sept. 1831, bapt. 19 July 1747. She prob. 
md. istin 1769 Thomas Carter of Kent, Conn.; md. 2d 21 July 1785 Noah 
Harrison, b. inBranford, Conn. , 19 Mar. 1737-8, d. in Cornwall, Conn. . 
7 Mar. 1823. 

5. Rebecca, b. 27 Sept, 1749, bapt. 10 Sept. 1749(510), may have md, 
6 Nov. 1766 Jacob Birge. 

6. Judah, b. 25 Oct. 175 1, bapt. 27 Oct. 1751, d. in South Onondaga, 
N.Y., in 182-. He md, 1st — ; and 2d Hannah — , who d, 1823, age 
70 years. He removed to Onondaga Co. from Freehold, Green, N.Y. , 
and was granted land in T u 1 1 y , N. Y. , in 1795; in Marcellus, N. Y. , in 
1796; and in Pompey, N. Y. , in 1798, He is said to have . been a lawyer and 
to have served in the Rev. army. At least 5 ch. ' 

7. Josiah, bapt. 28 July 1754, ^^^^ dated 18 Oct, 1824 and filed 17 Nov. 
1824. In the Litchfield, Conn., Prob. Records, 12:333, is a maniage 
agreement dated 6 Oct. 1821 between Josiah Hopkins and Rachel Dibble, 
both of Cornwell, Conn. , in which is mentioned '^er late husband Jona- 
than Dibble, of Cornwall"; Wit. Caroline Swift and pamuel Hopkins. He 
mentions in his w i 11 wife Rachel, sons Josiah, Samuel, Uriah, Truman, 
John, Heman, Luman, Rossiter, and Hezekiah Hopkins. 

8. Azubah, bapt. 5 Sept. 1756, prob. md, 29 Nov. 1787 Samuel Smith, 
ELIJAH HOPKINS, b. June 1741 Harwich, Mass. , bapt. 28 June 1741, Brewster, 
Mass., d. in Warren, Litchfield, Conn, , 23 Apr. 1813 age 72. He md, abt, 

1762 1st Chandler or Paddock, md. 2d in Kent, Conn. 28 Jan. 1768. Lois 

Fuller, b. 5 June 1752, Kent, Conn,, d. by 1774, dau. of Simeon and Lois 
(Hayward) Fuller; md. 3d abt. 1775. JOANNA PARISH, b.. 4 June 1755, Kent, 
Conn. , dau. of Asa and Mindwell (Fuller) Parish; md. 4th Jane Knapp, b. 3 
Mar. 1747-8 Stamford, Fairfield, Conn. , dau. of Moses and Jemima (Mead) 
Knapp, and widow of Mr. Husted of LeRoy, Genesee, N.Y. He lived in Corn- 
wall during the Rev. War and was on the "Alarm" list. 14th Regiment (History 
ofCornwallby Gold p. 206, and Conn.. Men in the Revolution, p. 511) Capt. 
Wadsworth's Co. . Col. Cooks Regt. marched 26 Aug. 1777. He settled at 
Lake Waramaug Apr. 1787. (Cornwall Land Rec. 5:125). Children, b. Litch- 
field County, Conn. ^ 
By iSt wife: 



66 

1. Anthony Paddock, b. ia Warren. 1764 (see funher). 

By 2d wife: 

2. Ruth, b. in Kent, 4 Feb. 1769, d. 24 May 1852, md. in Warren, 19 
Feb. 1795,' Edmund Harrison of Cornwall, b.' : May 1768, d. 4 Jan. 1867 
8 children. 

3. Edmund, b. abt. 1771. 

4. Lois, b. abt. 1773, md. James Birdsley. 
By 3d wife: 

5. Lucy, b. 7 Nov. 1776, md. Isaac Stunevant. 

6. DEBORAH, b. I 778, md. 12 Nov. 1 800 CALVIN KNAPP. Shed. 6 
Sept. 1 831, Cattaraugus County, N.Y. 

7. Mindwell, 

8. Elijah, b. 1783, md. 1806 Harriet Green, 

9. Polly, md. William Hill. 

10. Betsey, (twin) unmd. 1814. 

11. Luna, (twin) unmd. 1814, living 1838 at Kent. 

12. Laura, unmd. 1814. ' 

13. Jerusha. md. after 18 14 Taylor Peek. 

Elijah Hopkin's will was dated 15 Mar. 1811. His wife Jane and Ebenezer 
Tanner of Warren, Conn, , were appointed executors 17 Nov. 1 81 3. The es- 
tate was distributed 5 Jan, 1 8 14, to the heirs of Anthony Paddock Hopkins, 
the widow, and the children. 

Ref. : N. E, Reg. 1 02 i following. 
KASSON 
^ ADAM KASSON, b. 1681 prob. Ireland, d. i Nov. 1752 age 71 at Voiuntown, 
New London, Conn., md. JANE HALL, b. 1782, d. 3? Mar. 1767 age 85 at 
Voiuntown, Conn, She was of English descent. They emigrated from Belfast, 
Ireland somewhere In the year 1722, and landed in Boston, Mass. , with their 
family. From Boston they removed to Voiuntown, Conn. They called them- 
selves Scotch-Irish, with some English blood intermixed; but some of their 
desc. claim to be of French descent and left France in the time of the perse- 
cution of the Huguenots. It appears by the record of the First Presbyterian 
Church in Voiuntown that Adam and his sons John and William were members 
of said church at its formation in Oct. 1723. His wife and other sons with ex- 
ception of Samuel, subsequently united with it. He was chosen deacon of said 
church 4 Aug. 1731. Children, all b. in Ireland. 

1. John, b. abt. 1705, d. 1776, md. 1st 14 Oct. 1731 Mary Dorrance , 
md. 2d wld. Barrett. 

2. William, b. abt, 1707, d. 16 Nov. 1760, md. abt, 1730 Elizabeth 
McKay. 

3. Adam, b. 1709, d. 18 July 1799, ^'^ ^^^ ^735 Mary Harvey. 

4. Elizabeth, b, abt. 171 1, d, unmd. 

5. Thomas, b. 1713, d. Mar. 1750, md. 7 Jan, 1741 Alice Gibson, 

J( 6. JAMES, b. Nov. 1714, d. 5 July 1791, md. ist 14 Oct. 1 740 ESTHER 
DUNCAN, md, 2d 8 June 1758 Margaret Dixon, 



67 

7, Archibald, b. 1717, d, i Mar. 1800, md. i^ June J 744 Jane Dixon. 

8„ Samuel, "Capt. "b. 1719. d. 30 Nov. 1805, ind. 22 Jan. 1745 Eleanor 

Dixon. 

9. Jane, b. 1722, d, 21 Apr. 1735 age ^3y^- unmd. 
y JAMES KASSON, b. Nov. 1714, Ireland, d. 5 July 1791 Bethlehem, Conn. , 
md. 1st 14 Oct. 1740 prob. Voluntown, Conn., ESTHER DUNCAN, b. 1720 
d. 26 Feb. or Sept. 1757, age 37, at Woodbury, Litchfield, Conn., dau. of 
George and Margaret (Cross) Duncan. He md. 2d 8 June 1758, Woodbury, 
Corui. , Margaret Dixon, b. 173F Voluntown, Conn. . d. 23 Feb. j8ii at Beth- 
lehem, Conn, age 80 years. James Kasson name first appears on the Wood- 
bury, Conn, records in a deed given him 22 Jan. 1742-3; he settled near the 
present line of Woodbury and Southbury. In 1760 he built in the North Pur- 
chase, so-called, on Bethlehem Society, and removed there i Oct. 1760; 
Children by 1st wife all b. at Woodbury, Conn. 

y^ I. MARGARET, b. 3 Sept. 1741, d. 30 Aug. 1815, md. 8 Sept. 1760 
^' MOSES KNAPP. 

2. Jane, b. 7 Aug. 1743, d. 11 Oct. 1757 unmd. 

3. Sarah, b. 20 Aug. 1745, md. 15 Nov. 1764 Solomon Gurnsey. 

4. James, b. 19 June 1748, d. 27 Jan. 1803, md. 16 Jan. 1771 Reliance 
Hatch. < 

5. George, b. 21 Feb. 1750, d. 9 Oct. 1757. 

6. Adam, b. 20 Apr. 1752, d. 24 June J754X 

7. Esther, b. 20 May 1755, md, Luke Steele. 

By 2d wife. 1st child b. Woodbury, the rest at Bethlehem, Conn, 

8. Jane, b. 10 June I759, d. 25 Sept. 1837 at Bane, N.Y. , md. abt. 

1782 Darius Butler, 

9. Olive, b. 3 Sept. 1761, d. 8 Oct. 1816, Windham, N.Y. md. 10 Nov. 

1783 Dr. Elizur Wheeler. 

10. Adam, b. 16 Aug. 1763, d. Apr. 1828 Charlotte, Vt. , md. 4 Nov. 

1784 Honor Steele. 

ji. George Dixon; b. 2 June 1765, d. 3 Junei828, md. 1st igDec. 1793. 

Selima Camp, md. 2d 16 May 1796, Lucy Steele, md. 3d. Apr. 1812 

Wid. Deborah McCali. 

12. Mary Ann, b, 19 Feb. 1768, d. suddenly 1837, md, 1st. abt. 1786 

Dr. Amzi Hull, md. 2d. abt. 1800 Capt. Gideon Leavenworth. 
Ref. : Kasson Fam. p. 5-8 
KNAPP 
NICHOLAS KNAPP, ofWatertown, Mass. , and Stamford, and Fairfield, Conn. 
He was proprietor at Watertown 1637, but in 1646 sold all his land there, ex- 
cept one acre of Pond Meadow, which he sold 1645 to Edward Garfield. Ac- 
cording to Mr. Albert Eaton Knapp. he lived in that part of Greenwich, Conn. , 
which was afterwards assigned to N. Y. . and now forms the township of Rye 
and Westchester, N.Y. He moved 1648^9^^0 Stamford. Conn., but died 16 
Apr. 1670 at Fairfield, Conn. In his will'dated 15 Apr. he mentions his child- 
ren. Moses. Timothy, Caleb. Sarah Disbrow . Hannah and Lydia. Children, 



68 

b. at Watertown, Mass. , except last 2, probable b. Stamford. Conn. 

1. Jonathan, b. 27 Dec. 1631, bur, 27 Dae, 1631. 

2. Timothy, b. 14 Dec. 1 632, liv. 1697, md. Bertha Brendish. 

3. Joshua, b. Jan. 1634-5, d. 27 Oct. 1084, md, 9 June 1657 Hannah 
Close. 

-\4. CALEB, b. II Nov. 1636, will 11 Dec. l674-4Mar. 1674-5, ^^' ^^^0, 
HANNAH SMITH. 

5. Sarah, b. 5 Jan. 1638-9, d. ? , md. 1st 1657 John Disbrow, md. 2d. 6 
Sept. ^667, Peter Disbrow. 

6. Ruth, b. 6 Jan. 1640-1, rod. 20 Nov. 1667 Joseph Ferris, 

7. Hannah, b, 5 Mar. 1&42-3, d. 1696 md. Zerubebel Hoyt. 

8. Moses, b. 1645 at or about Stamford, Conn., d. after 170 1 md. 1669 
Abigail Westcott. 

9. Lydia, b. abt. 1647 md. Dr. Isaac Hall. 

NICHOLAS KNAPPmd. istby 1630 ELEANOR ---, d. 16 Aug, 1658 Fairfield. 
Conn. Hemd, 2d. Unity ( — )wid. of Peter Brown and Clement Buxton. She 
d. bef. 1670. 
>« CALEB KNAPP, b, II Nov. 1636, bapt. 20 Jan. 1636-7, Watertowu, Mass. 
md. 1660 HANNAH SMITH, dau. of Henry Smith of Stamford, Conn. She md. 
2d. Thomas Lawrence Shed, afterl 687. Will 1 1 Dec. 1674 — 4Mar. 1674-5, 
Stamford, Conn. Children, b. Stamford, Conn. 

I. Caleb, b. 24 Nov. r66i, d. 1749 at Norwich, Conn. Md. 23 Sept. 

1694 Hannah Clement. 
3< 2. JOHN, b. 25 July 1664, d. 5 Apr. 1749 md. ist 10 June 1692 HANNAH 
FERRIS, md. 2d 21 Dec. 1727 Martha Meat^. 

3. Moses, b. i666, d. 1753, md. 30 Oct. 1689 Elizabeth Crissey. 

4. Samuel, b. 1668, d. 1739. md. 1696 Hannah Bushnell. 

5. SARAH, b. 1670, md. 1691 EBENEZER MEAD. 

6. Hannah, b. 1672, md. ist. 6 Nov. 1696 Nathaniel Cross, md. 2d. 
31 Mar. 1 71 5 Samuel Palmer. 

Ref. : S. P. Mead: "Ye History of Greenwich, Conn. " 
PP. 595-607. 
^JOHN KNAPP, b. 25 July 1664, Stamford, Conn, mid. 10 June 1692 Stamford, 
Conn., HANNAH FERRIS, b. abt. 1668, Stamford. Conn., prob. dau. of Peter 
and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Ferris, She d. 27 Sept. 1724 at Stamford, Conn; Ke 
md. 2d. 21 Dec, 1727 Martha Mead. He d. 5 Apr, 1749 Stamford, Conn. 
Children, all by ist wife b. Stamford, Fairfield, Conn. 

1. Samuel, b. 27 Aug. 1695, d. 2i Aug. 1757, md. Martha Holly. 

2. John, b. 14 Aug. 1697, d. May 1763, md. Ist. 23 May 1723 Deborah 
Cross., md. 2d. ijuly 1736 Abigail Hoyt, md. 3d. 1750 Hannah Blackman. 

3. Hannah, b. 10 Mar. 1699, d. 1801, md. 16 June 1716 Isaac Quintard. 

4. Peter, b. 15 Aug. 1701 md. ist^ 30 June 1726 Elizabeth Slason, rod. 
2d. 21 Mar. 1734 ^"V Sloan. 

5. Charles, b. 9 May 1703, d. 27 Sept. J773, md. 17 June 1731 Bethiah 
Weed, 



69 
6. Deborah, b. 28 Jan. 1705, md. l Dec. 1726 William King. 
4.7. MOSES, b. 6 Aug. 1709, d. 9 June 1787. md. 1st JEMIMA MEAD. 
^ MOSES KNAPP, b. 6 Aug. 1709, Stamford, Fairfield, Conn., md. at Stam- 
ford, by Joshua Knapp, J. P. 25 Nov. 1731 JEMIMA MEAD, b. 1708, Green- 
wich, Fairfield, Conn., dau. of -Ebenezer and Sarah (Knapp) Mead. Shed. 
1766. Stamford, Conn. He^ md. 2d. 17 May 1767, Rachel (Weed) Buxton . 
He d. 9 June 1787 at Litchfield, Litchfield, Conn' Children, all b. Stam- 
ford, Conn. 

1. Jemima, b. 9 Jan. 1732-3, md. 12 Dec. 1751 David Waterbury. 

2. Ebenezer, b. 4«Aug. 1734. 

.j-3. MOSES, b. 5 June 1736, d. 15001. 1821, md. MARGARET KASSQN, 

4. Abraham, b. 28 Dec. 1737. 

5. Tamson. b. 28 July 1739, ^^- 13 Feb. 1769 Titus Lockwood. 

6. Jabez, b. 24 June 1741. 

7. Phebe, b, 19 June 1743. 

8. Sarah, b. 2 Aug. 1745. 

9. Jane, b. 3 Mar. 1747-8, liv. 1814, md. 1st Mr. Husted of LeRoy , 
N.Y. md. 2d. ELIJAH HOPKINS of Warren, Conn, 

10. Isaac, b. 14 Apr. 1750. 

11. Jared, b. 27 July 175 1, d. 22 Oct. 1848, md. i June 1795 Catherine 
Baldwin in Litchfield, Conn. 

■A MOSES KNAPP, b. 5 June 1736, Stamford. Fairfield. Conn., md. Southbury, 
Litchfield. Conn., 8 Sept. 1760, MARGARET KASSON, b. 3 Sept. 1741, dau. 
of James and Esther (Duncan) Kasson. She d. 30 Aug. 1815 prob. Bethlehem, 
Litchfield, Conn, He d. 15 Oct. 1821, prob. Bethlehem, Litchfield, Conn, 
Children, all b. Litchfield County.- Conn, 

1. Esther, b. 26 Dec. 1761. Woodbury, md. Jared Mead. 

2. Ebenezer Kasson b. 10 June 1763, Bethlehem, md. Huldah widow of 
Noah Maltby. She d. 2 Nov. 1817. He d. 6 Dec. 1843. Lived at 
Onondaga, N.Y. Children. 

1. Walker, md. Paulina Wood, 8 chn, 18 gr. ch. 

2. Susan, md. John Frazier, 5 chn, 9 gr. ch. 

3. Joel, md. Esther Bedell 3 chn. 

4. David, was speechless 25 years, d. aged 55. 

5. Moses, md. Mary Sprague 3 chn. 

6. Noah, md. Melvina Gilbert 3 chn. 

7. Mylo, md. Susan Crosby 4 chn. 

8. Mary Ann md. Samuel Ashley. 

3. Anna, b. 28 Nov. 1765. Woodbury, md. 5 Dec. 1785 Oliver Woodruff, 
a Deacon in Livonia. N.Y. Children, 

1. Hardy, b. 16 July 1786. 

2. Sidney, b. 2 Feb. ^788. 

3. Biidsey, a son, b. 3 Mar. 179 1. 

4. Olive, b. 7 Aug. 1795. 

5. Anna, b. 1797. 



70 ' ■ 

6. Sieptoe, b. 15 Sept. 1800. 

7, Washington, a printer. 

4. Tamson, b. 3 Jan. 1768, d. 1786, aged i|^yr. 
^5. CALVIN, b. iBApr, 1770, Bethlehem, dl 19 Dec. 1823, md. 12 Nov. 
1800 DEBORAH HOPKINS, b. 1778. d. 6 Sept. 1831, dau. of Elijah and 
Joanna (Parish) Hopkins of Kent and Warren, Conn. 

6. Olive, b. 17 Feb. 1773, Salisbury, d. abt. 1817, md. Oct. 1795. Uri 
Goodwin, a cooper, and lived a few years in Syracuse, N. Y. He was from 
Little Fails, Conn. b. 13 Dec. 1763, d. at South Farms, 12 Apr. 1830. Ch. 

l.'Kasson, was Deacon in Morris, Conn. md. Maria DeWolf^ Hed. 

Nov. 1878, aged 78. Had chn, i, Helen. 2. Homes and 3. Leonard. 

2, Charles M. , a tanner of Watertown, Conn, Hadch. i, Thomas, 

2. Schityler, 3. Charles. 

3. Adeline 

4. Caroline 

7. Mylo, b. 22 Apr. 1775, Bethlehem, d. 13 Dec. 1864, md. ist. Miss 
Sherman, md. 2d by 1 800 PoUy Tuttle. Children. 

1. Garwood, b. 1 800. d. Oct. 1817 in Bethlehem, aged 17. 

2. Gany, 

3. Laura, 

4. Emeline, b. 1810, d. 15 Feb. 1818 aged 8. 

5. Noble, 

6. Caroline. 

8. Seymour, b. 17 July 1781, d. Onondaga Hill, N.Y. md. 1st. Betsey 
Luddington, md, 2d Polly Luddington. Children^ "Col. " 

1. Heniy-L., d. 15 Aug. 1838, aged 22. 

2. Elizabeth Ann, b. 1817, d. 9 Apr. 1841 Bethlehem, md. July 1835, 
Seneca J. Loomis, b, 23 June 1809, son of Jacob and Jerusha (Gillett) 
Loomis. Hemd. 2d Margaret Hotchkiss. Children, i. Ellen, b. 1837, 
d. iS May 1869 md. ii Feb. 1856 Edwin Oscar Newbury, and 2. Eliza- 
beth Ann, b. 1839 unmd. 1869, 

3. Fanny E. md. William Olmstead. 

4. Harriet L. md. Joseph Fenstermaker 

5. Walter B. 

6. Garwood L. md. Jane Deter 

7. Charles, a physician, md. Eliza . lives In* Wisconsin. 

9. Noble, b. I May 1784, d. 12 Nov. 1810, aged 26. unmd. Moses 
Knappwasa Minute Man in the Rev, War. He was a private in Co. 9, 5th 
Conn. Regt. (See Sons of die Amer. Rev. ) 

CALVIN KNAPP, b. 18 Apr. 1770. Bethlehem, Litchfield, Conn., md. 12 
Nov. 1800 at Bethlehem, Conn,, DEBORAH HOPKINS, b. 1778, Kent, Litch- 
field, Conn., d. 6 Sept, 183 1, Cattaraugus Co. N.Y. , dau, of Elijah and . 
Joanna (Parrish) Hopkins. Hed. 19 Dec. 1823 Cattaraugus County. N.Y. 
Children, 1st 2 b. , Bethlehem, Conn., the rest b. Onondaga. County, N.Y. 
I. Lydia, b. 28 Feb. 1801, d. bef. 1885, md. Hiram Wood of Cattaraugus 



71 
Cwmty, N.Y. 
J.Z. CLARINDA, b. 10 Aug. l8o2, d. 7 Dec. 1862, Richmond, Cache, 
Utah. md. il Dec. 1 824 ANDREW LEE ALLEN, of Cattaraugus County , 
N.Y. and Prove, Utah, (see Allen Chapter for 10 children). 

3. James Duncan, b. 19 Apr. 1804, <*• 28 Feb. 1893, Norwalk, Huron, 
Ohio, md. 21 Oct. 183? Diantha Rundell, b. 18 10, N.Y. d. 10 Oct, 1897, 
aged 87, Bronson, Huron, Ohio, dau. of Abijah Rundell or RandelU James 
Duncan Knapp was a farmer in Bronson Tp. , Huron, Ohio. Census of 1 860 
listsjames D. aged 56, farmer, b. N.Y. Diana, aged 50, Andrew J., b. 
Ohio, age 27, James C, , age 21, Diana, age 18, Phebe, age 15, Jere- 
miah, age 12, Mary, age 4. Children, b. Bronson, Huron, Ohio. 

1. Andrew J. (Abishar), b. 1833-4 ^^ V Dec, 1867 Agnes Hanford. 

2. George W. , b. 5 Oct. 1836, d. ii Aug, 1905, md. Helen Lucretia 
Cleveland. 

3. James C. b. 1839, d. i May 1890, bur. Norwalk, Huron, Ohio. 
Md. 1st. i9Aug. i86oAnnCase, md. 2d. 9 Oct. 1862 Sarah P. Teed. 

4. William H. b. 1840, md, 25 June 1865 Catherine A, Debow. 

5. Diana, b. 1842, 

6. Charles M. b. 1 842, d, 24 Mar. 1894, rod, 30 Sept. i870Almina 
Colvln. 

7. Abel C. , b. 1 844, md, Fannie M., d, 23 Nov, 1895 aged 62, 
Norwalk, Huion, Ohio. 

8. Phebe D. b. 1845 md. — - Lyman or 17 Sept. 1865 Warren Webster 
-or both. 

9. Jeremiah Rundell, b. 1848, md. i Dec. 1880 Ida L, States. 

10. Malina, b. 1855, md. Mr. Arthur. 

11. Clarissa, b. 1855. 

12. Mary, b, 1856. 

4. Olive, b. 23 Apt. 1806, d, 1874, 

5. Seymour H, , b. 25 June 1808, d. 1845, 

6. Theodore P. , b. ii Nov. 1810, d. 1858, 

7. Esther Ann, b, 10 July 18 13, d. 2 Feb. 1818, 

8. Charles M,b. ioJulyi8i5. d. 13 Feb. 1874, Toledo, Ohio. md. abt. 
1845, Mary Knapp, b. 1824, N.Y, dau. of Daniel W. and Lydla (Monis) 
Knapp. 1855 Census lists iiim age 39, wife Mary age 31, children b. Erie 
Co. , N. Y, On 22 Oct. 1852, Charles M. and Mary Knapp sold land to 
Jabez Allen. Aurora, Cayuga, N.Y. On 27 May 1854 they sold land to 
Nathaniel Fillmore for $400. Lived in Aurora, Cayuga, N.Y, 17 years. 
Moved to Iowa. 

1. Alvira or Almira B. , b. 1847, age 8 in census 1855. 

2. Charles B. , b. 1850, age 5 in 1855, 

3. Harriet M,, b.v85i, Age 4 in 1855. 

4. Jennie L., d, 26 July 1928. Albion, Erie. Pa. Will made 6 July 
1928, mentions mother Mary, bro, Charles B. , sister Alice Cherry , 
nieces Lois and Grace Knapp. 



72 

5. Alice M., md. Cherry, had a dau. Grace. 

9. Orrin Calvin, b. 2 Feb, 1818, will dated 13 Apr. 1888. Proved 31 
Mar, 1893. He was adopted by a family named Holmes of South Onon- 
daga, N.Y. A mason in 1833 and 1869. He md. 1st. Matilda Merw In , 
b. Apr. 1829, d. 10 Jan. 1856, Stafford, Conn, aged 26. He md. 2d. 
Mary M. Montgomery,, b. 26jiilyi832, d. 25 Nov. 1901, age 69. dau, 
of Caleb and Milla (Potter) Montgc^^ry and gr. dau, of John and Sylvia 
( — ) Mcmtgomery. His will mentions sisters Alvira Babcock and Martha 
Reed. Nellie E. Knapp given silver butter dish and knife and a silver cup 
marked "Nellie". Richard N. Wright, one diamond ring, formerly prop- 
erty of my dau. Mary M. Knapp, deceased. Jennie A. Robinson, Clarence 
Huny, Evan L. Knapp, Martha Reed. Charles M. Babcock, heirs a t law. 
His 2d. wife's will dated 15 Dec. 1895, proved 6 Dec. 1901, mentions 
Clarence S. Hunt, Evan L, Knapp, Martha Reed, and Charles M. Babcock , 
heirs at lnw. Mrs. Alvira Babcock, a sister, Martha Reed. Nellie E. 
Knapp, dau, of Hiram Alonzo and Ordelia(Bowen) Knapp. Richard M, 
Wright and Jennie M. Robinson. Children. Son by ist wife. dau. by 2d wife. 

1. EvanL. , md. Carrie — . Willed $200. 00 and a silver watch 
in 1888, A mason in Syracuse, N. Y. Lived at Dowagiac Mich. 

2. Nellie Montgomery, b. 1874, d. May 1892, age 18. Was willed 
a piano and $500 at time of marriage. 

10. Hajriet, b. 8 Apr. 1820, bur. 3 Oct. 1852, New Milford, Conn, md. 
Elmer Warren. 

Calvin Knapp bot half of lot no, 157, Onondaga Reservation, July 1805, In 
May 18 19 he sold part of above lot to Uri Goodwin, his bro, -in-law, who md, 
his sister Olive. Deborah his wife signed the deed. Calvin and Deborah Knapp 
of Onondaga, N. Y. sold for $42 paid by Ellis Taylor, all rights, tenements and 
hereditaments of which Elijah Hopkins died seized. Dated 29 June 1814. 
Warren, Conn, Land Records. Vol. 4. , p. 534. Warren was formerly a part 
of Kent, called E, Greenwich. 

Ref. : Knapp Family Ass'n. 

MAYO 

tlOHN MAYO, bur, 17 Feb. 1634-5 Cattistock ^8* • ^'^' Elizabeth 

bur. 1645 at Cattistock, Eng. Children: 

ti. JOHN. bapt. 2 Apr. 1598, Middleton Cheney, Northampton, d. May 
1676 at Yarmouth, Mass., rad. TAMISON 

2. Joyce, bapt. 21 Aug. 1603, Thorpe MaodeviUe, Northampton. 

3. Bridget, 

4. Edward, bapt, 14 Aug. 1614, Cattistock, d. 1689 md. Anne Dyke, 

5. Thomas, bapt. ii Apr. 1^19, Cattistock, d, 1660-4, ™<*» Joanne 
Hunter. 

Ref. : Hills Cape Cod Series 2:84 
N. E. Register 103: 
-V JOHN MAYO. bapt. 2 Apr. 1598, Middleton Cheney, Northampton, Big. d. 
May 1676, Yarmouth, Barnstable. Mass. m3. TAMISON — who d. 26 Feb. 



73 
1682-3 at Yarmouth, Mass. 

1. Samuel, b. abt. 1619, d. 1664? Boston, Mass. md. abt.1643 
Thomasin Lumpkin, 

2. Hannah, b. abt, 1621. Liv. 1691, md. 4 Dec. 1642 Nathaniel Bacon, 
-|.3. ^IATHANIEL, b. abt. I 625. d. 1 3 Feb. 1662-3. md. 13 Feb. 1650, 

HANNAH FRENCH. 

4. John. b. d. 1705-6, md. l Jan. 1651 Hannah Reycroft. 

5. Elizabeth, b, d. 1701, md. Joseph Howes. 

6. ?Bathshcba, b. abt. 1640. 

4. NATHANIEL MAYO, b. i625inEng. , d. 13 Feb. 1662-3 Barnstable, Mass. 
md. 13 Feb. 1649-50 at Barnstable, Mass. HANNAH FRENCH, b. 1628 Ply- 
mouth, Mass. , d. bef. 23 Nov. 1698 at Eastham, Mass. , dau. of Thomas and 
Patience (Brewster) Prence. Shemd. 2d 1668 Jonathan Sparrow, b. abt. 1630, 
d. 2! Mar. 1706-7 at Eastham, Mass. son of Richard and Pandora (---) Sparrow. 
He had md. ist28 0ct. 1654 Rebecca Bangs. He md. after Hannah's death, 23 
Nov. 1698 Sarah (Lewis) Cobb, b. 3 Feb. 1643-4, d. 11 Feb. 1735. dau. of 
George and Sarah (Jenkins) Lewis and widow of James Cobb. Children all b . 
at Eastham, Mass. » 

1. Thomas, b. 7 Dec. 1650, d. 22 Apr. 1729, md. 1 3 June 1677 Barbara 
Knowles. tf 

2. Nathaniel, b. 16 Nov. 1652, d. 30 Nov. 1709, md. ist28jan. 1678 
Elizabeth Wixam, md. 2d. 10 June 1708 Mercy widow of Nathaniel Young. 

y^3. SAMUEL,' b. 12 Oct. 1655, d. 29 Oct. 1738. md. 1st RUTH HOPKINS 
md. 2d. . 

4. Hannah b. 17 Oct. 1657. 

5. Theophilus, b. 17 Dec. 1659, ? md. 16 Aug. 1705, Rebecca Smith. 

6. Bathsheba, b. 1662 md. Thomas Freeman. 

Hannah and her 2d. husband's children (Sparrow) b. at Eastham, Mass. 

7. RicharcJ, b. 17 Mar. 1669-70, prob. d.y. 

8. Patience, b abt. 1672-3, d. 25 Oct. 1745, md. ist 27 May 1691 Joseph 
Paine, md. 2d 23 Nov. 1715 John Jenkins. 

9. Richard, b. abt. 1675, d. 13 Apr, 1728 at Eastham, md. 4 Feb. 1701- 
2 Mercy Cobb. 

>f SAMUEL MAYO, b. I20ct. 1655, Eastham, Mass., d. 29 Oct. 1738 at East- 
ham, Mass., TOd. RUTH HOPKINS, b. June 1653, Eastham, Mass., dau, of 
Giles and Catherine (Whelden.) Hopkins. Children, all b. at Eastham. Mass. 

1 . Rebecca, 

2. Mercy. md. ? 26 May 1707 Nathaniel Hopkins. 

3. Mary md. ? 17 Apr. 1712 Joseph Hopkins. 

^ 4. HANNAH, d. 5 July 1719, md. 14 Apr. 1702 JUD AH HOPKINS. 

5, Sarah, md. James Higgins. 

6. Anne, liv. 1748, md. 1st 25 Oct. 1716 Benjamin Hamblin, md. 
2d. 7 Sept. 1738 William Graham of Boston. 

7. Jonathan, d. 17 May 1768, md. Thankful Twinmg. 

8, Samuel, b. 1690 md. Abigail Sparrow. 



74 - 

Ref. : Cape Cod Series 2:84 
^ Mayflower Desc. 3:65-66. 

MEAD 

>' WILLIAM MEAD, b. abt. 1600, in Eng. , d. abt. 1663 Stamford, Conii. , md. 

abt. 1625 MARTHA DAVIS, b. abt. 1605 ?Lydd, co. Kent, Eng., dau. of 
Elijah Davis. Shed. 19 Sept. 1657, Stamford, Conn. He probably sailed from 
Lydd, CO. Kent, Eng. in the -Elizabeth-, Capt. Stagg, Apr. 1635 for the 
Mass. Bay Colony; '^ settled in Wethersfield, Conn. ; removed to Stamford , 
Conn, in 1641, where he died. Children, b. in Eng. 

1. Joseph, b. 1630, d. 3 May 1690, md. 4 Dec. 1654 Mary Brown. 

2. Martha, b. 1632, d. 1675, md. John Richardson. 

■~f-3. JOHN, b. 1634, d. 5 Feb. 1699, md. 1657 HANNAH POTTER. 
-^JOHN MEAD, b. 1634, co. Kent, Eng. , d. 5 Feb. 1699 Greenwich, Conn, 
md. 1657 HANNAH POTTER, b. abt. 1638, liv. 1699, dau. of WUliam and 
Frances ( — ) Potter. He lived in Stamford, Conn, until 1657, when he with 
Joseph his brother moved to Hempstead, Long Island. lni66ohe again re- 
moved to Old Greenwich, Conn, , and 26 Oct, 1660 he bot land from Richard 
Crab. In 1670 he was propounded for a freeman of Greenwich, and in 1679- 
80-86 was amember of the assembly. About 1672 a number of citizens of 
Greenwich, together with some from other colonies tlian Conn. , bot from a 
few Indians a tract of land within the bounds of Greenwich, then called Horse- 
neck and now known as Greenwich Borough. These purchasers w ere 27 in num- 
ber, and were called the "27 proprietors of 1672". On the list are the names 
ofjohn and Joseph Mead. In 1691 he and his son John and others, were appoint- 
ed on a committee to procure materials and build a new meeting house. He 
received his wife's coffsiderable amount of property. Children, ist 2 b. at 
Herrif)stead, Long Island, the rest at Greenwich, Conn. 

1. John, b. 1658, d. 12 May 1693, md. 27 Oct. 1681 Ruth Hardey. 

2. Joseph, b, 2 May 1660, d. 1 725, md. Mary . 

3. Hannah, b. 1661, md.-2july 1677 Jolm Scofield. 
-f-4. EBENEZER, b. 1663, d. 1728, md. 1691 SARAH KNAPP. 

5. Jonathan, b. 1665. d. 1727, md. 1688 Martha Finch. 

6. David, b. 1665, d. Feb. 1727, md. 16 Dec. 1707 Abigail Leane. 

7. Benjamin, b. May 1667, d. 27 Feb. 1746, md. ist 10 May 1700 
Sarah Waierbury, md. 2d. Rachel Browne. 

8. Nathaniel, b. 1669, d. 1703, md. Rachel . 

9. Samuel, b. 1673. <^' ^713. md. Hannah . 

10. Abigail, 

11. Mary, 

--EBENEZER MEAD, b. 1663, Greenwich, Fairfield. Conn., d. 1728, Greenwich. 
Conn., md. 1691, SARAH KNAPP, b. 1670, Stamford, Conn. dau. of Caleb 
and Hannah (Smith) Knapp. Ebenezer Mead is on the list of voters in J^jrse- 
neck in 1688, and on the tax list of Greenwich in the years 1694-5. ^he 
following year he was appointed by the town to keep the tavern, which stood 
on the same site for nearly 200 years, and had a thrilling history during the 



75 
colonial and revolutionary wars. Children, b. Greenwich, Conn. 

1. Ebenezer, b. 25001. 1692, d. 3 May 1775. f"^« '2 Dec. 171 7 Hannah 
Brown. 

2. Caleb, b. 1694, d. 1735. 

3. Sarah, b. l6g6, ind. 12 Dec. 171 1 Jona than Hobby, 

4. Hanjiah, b. 1698 , md. 16 Mar. 17 16 John Hobby. 

5. jabez. b. 1700. ^ 

6. David, b._i7o2. d. Sept. 1766. 

7. Abigail, b. 1704 md. Isaac Holmes. 

8. Susanna, b. 1706, md. 5 Sept. 1726 Moses Husted. 

V9. JEMIMA, b. 1708, d. 1766, md. 25 Nov. 1731 MOSES KNAPP. 
Ref.: Hiird's History of Fairfield, Conn. 1:397 
New England Families 1:32 
Americana 24:556 

Mead's History of Greenwich, Conn. p. 612 
MERRICK 
^WILLIAM MERRICK (MIRICK, MYRICK), b. 1 603 Wales, d. 1689, Eastham, 
Mass., md. 1642 REBECCA TRACY, b. abt. 1624, d. after 1668-9, ^au. of 
Stephen and Tryphasa (Lee) Tracy. He came in the -James- 1636; an origi- 
nal proprietor of Duxbury, Mass. ; Lt, under Capt. Standish 6yyears; original 
proprietor of Bridgewater, ^ass. , sold his Duxbury property and removed to 
Eastham, 1652. Children, 1st 2 b at Duxbury the rest at Eastham. Mass. 

1. William, b. 15 Sept. 1643, d. 30 Oct. 1732, md. 1st 23 May 1667 
Abigail Hopkins, md. 2d. after 1 690 Elizabeth ( — ) Snow, widow of Jabez. 

2. Stephen, b. 12 May 1646, md. 1st 28 Dec. 1670 Mercy Bangs, md. 
2d. at Taunton, Mass. , Anna Wilbore. 

3. Rebecca, b. 28 July 1^48. 

>/4. MARY, b. 4 Nov. 1650, md. 23 May 1667 STEPHEN HOPKINS. 

5. Rutii, b. 15 May 1652. d. abt. 1680-1 md.*Jan. 1677 Edmond Freeman, 

6. Sarah, b. i Aug. 1654, md. 18 Dec. 1672 John Freeman, jr. 

7. John, b. 15 Jan. 1656. 

8. Isaac, b. 6 Jan. 1660. 

9. Joseph, b. I June 1662, d. 15 June 1737, md. 1st I May 1684 Eliza- 
beth Haw es, md. 2d. I July 17 1 2 Elizabeth (Freeman) Remick, 

10. Benjamin, b. l Feb. 1664, md. 1st Rebecca Doane, md. 2d. 19 July 
1740, Rachel ( — ) Lincoln. 

Ref. : Dawes-Gates Anc 2: 
, PALMER ' '^ 

nVILLIAM PALMER, b. 1585, will dated 7 Nov. 1637, inv. 13 Nov, 1637, 
Plymouth, Mass. . md. 1st FRANCES — , d, bef. 1635 at Plymouth. Mass. , 

md. 2d. abt. 1636-7 . He was a native of Nottingham, Eng. and 

came in the -Fortune-to Plymouth, Mass., 1621, later at Duxbury, Mass.; 
wife Frances cam'e in the -Anne- 1623. Children by rst wife all b, in Eng. 
fu SARAH, b. abt, 1606. d. bef. 1632, md. abt. 1623 HENRY ROWLEY. 
2. Henry, b. abt. 1608 stayed in Eng. Mentioned in will. 



76 

3. Bridget, b. abt. l6io stayed in Eng. Mentioned in will. 

4. William, b, abt. 1612, d. 1636. md. 27 Mar. 1634 Elizabeth Hodgkins. 
She md. 2d. bef. 1 2 Jan. 1637-8 John "^Willis. Children. 

1. Rebecca, b. 1635, servant to John Mayo in 1651 and called step- 
daughter by John Willis. 

2. Wiiliam, b. 1636-7. 
By 2d wife: b. at Plymouth, Mass. 

5. William, b. (posthumously) 1638. 

^ Ref. : Dawes-Gates Anc. 2:8oi 

PARISH 
"j^THOMAS PARISH, came in ±e -Increase- 1635, age 22, was physician, in the 
custom house records called possible for deception, a clothier freeman 18 Apr. 
1637, by wife MARY---, had Mary, Thomas and Mary, Probably he went 
home, lived at Nayland, co. Suffolk, as his attorney Thomas Danforth calls 
him. He was prob. the father of Robert and John Parish, brothers of Groton, 
Middlesex, Mass. Thomas Parish, jr. had wife Mary, die there aged 23, 8 
Oct. 1674. Children prob. all bom at Cambridge. Middlesex, Mass* 

I, Roben, b. abt. 1635, md, ist 22 May 1663 Seaborne Cromwell, prob. 
dau, of Giles of Newbury, Mass. Shed. 28 Sept. 1664. md. 2d. 16 Apr. 
or II Apr. i667MaryorMarcy Crispe, b. 20 May 1638, dan, of Benjamin 
and Bridget ( — ) Crispe of Watertown, Mass. He was representative Dec. 
1689 for Dunstable. Mass. Children, all b, at Groton, Mass. 1st child 
by 1st wife. 

* I. Thomas, b. 23 July 1663, d. 18 Apr. 1668. 
By 2nd wife. 

2. Mary, b. 5 Jan. 1667-8. 

3. Anna or Hannah, b. 2 Apr. 1669, ^. 8 June 1671 age abt. 2 years, 
as Hannah, 

4. Robert, b. 20 Nov. 1670. 

5. Anna, b. 10 Sept. 1672. 

6. ?Mary b. 8 Sept. 1674, 

-^2. JOHN, b. abt. 1637, d. 1715 md. 1st. 30 June 1664 Hannah Jewell, 
md. 2C' 29 Dec. 1685 MARY WATTLES. 

3. Mary, b. 3 Apr. 1638-9, d. bef. 1643. 

4, Thomas, b. 21 July 1641, d. 12 Sept. 1707, md. Mary — , d. 80ct. 
1674, age 23, Grad. of Harvard College 1659. 

J^JOHN PARISH, b. abt, 1637, prob. at Cambridge, Middlesex. Mass. , d. 17 1 5, 
Preston. New London, Conn., md. ist. at Braintree, Norfolk, Mass., Hannah 
Jewell, b. 27 Feb. i643-'4at Brainnee, Mass., d. before 1685, dau. of 
Thomas and Grizell (Fletcher) Jewell, He md, 2d, 29 Dec. 1685 at Groton or 
Chelmsford, Middlesex, Mass.. MARY WATTLES, b. i Aug. 1668, Chelms- 
ford, Mass, , dau. of John and Mary (Goole) Wattles. Children b^ ist wife: 

1. Hannah, b. 3 July 1665. Braintree, prob. d, 17 June 1753, ^nid, 

2. Samuel, b. abt. 1667, prob. at Mendon, Worcester, d. 13 May 1735 
md. 24 May 1699 Martha or Mary Madiver, dau. of Joel Madiver. 



77 

3. Benjamin, b. between 1669-1680. Mendon, Mass.. md. 18 Apr. 1705 
Mary Tracy. 

4. John, living at Branford, Conn. 17 17. 
by 2d wife: 

5. Lydia. b. 20 Apr. 1687, Groton. Mass., liv. 1725 . md. 20 May 1705 
Christopher Tracy. 

6. Elizabeth, b. I9 Mar. 1690- 1, Groton. md. 6 Jan. 17 14 Francis Tracy. 

7. Sarah, b. 16 Jan. 1692-3, Ipswich, Essex, Mass., d. 10 Jan. 172^, 
md. 6 Oct. 1709 David Tracy. 

^8. WILLIAM, b.~ n Feb. 1694-5. Ipswich, d. 21 Oct. 1763. md. ist 8 
Nov. 1716 JERUSHA SMITH, md. 2d 23 May 1738 Bethia Brewster, md. 
3d, 13 Apr. 1742 Jerusha Ayer. 

9. Isaac, b. 17 Mar. 1697-8, Ipswich, est. distributed 23 Jan. 1765, md. 
31 Mar. 1721 Margaret Smith. 

10. Rachel, b. i4Feb. 1699-1700, Ipswich, md. 280ct. 17 19 Joshua Parks. 

11. Ephraim. b, abt. 1702 at Ipswich, or abt. J 706 at Preston, Conn. 
liv. 1717. 

12. Mary, b. 8 Oct. 1704, Preston, Conn., md. 9 Nov. 17^5 Jonathan 
Brewster. 

13. Abigail, b. 25 Mar. 1708, Preston, Conn. 

14. Dorothy, b. 7 June 1710, Preston, Conn., d. 12 July 1778 Windham. 
Conn. , md. 9 Nov. 1726 Thomas Bass. •- 

-pyiLLIAM PARISH, b. ii Feb. ^^594 in Ipswich, Mass., d. 21 Oct. 1763 age 
68 at Windham, Conn. , md. 1st in Windham 8 Nov. 17 16, JERUSHA SMITH, 
b. 8 May 1695, Newton, Middlesex, Mass., d. 23 Mar. 1727 Windham, Conn., 
dau. of John and Susaruia ( — ) Smith. He md. 2d. 23 May 1738 in Windham, 
Conn, , Bethia Brewster, b. 5 Apr. 1702. d. 8 Feb. 1741, dau. of Capt. Daniel 
and Hannah (Gager) Brewster of Preston, Conn., and he md. 3d 13 Apr. 1742 
Jerusha Ayer, who died 1777 at WinJham Conn. Children, all b. at Windham 
Conn. By ist wife: 

1. William, b, n Aug. 1717, d. 15 Nov. 1724 in Windham, Conn. 

2. Lydia, b. 16 Sept. 1719, md. 20 May 1741 Benajah Parke of Preston , 
Conn. 8 ch. 

j^3. ASA, b. 27 Jan. 1723, md. 23 Nov. 1749 MINDWELL FULLER. 

4. William, b. 16 Jan. 1725, d. 23 Oct. 1762 in Windham, s^onn. . md. 
11 May 1749 in Windham, Conn. Dorothy Kingsley, whod. 22 Sept, 1753, 
He was a farmer and remained in Windham where ch. were b. 

1. Eliphaz, b. 2 Sept. 1749 md. I Nov.- 1770 Dorothy Burnam. 

2. Eunice, b. 2 May 1751, md. 27 Jan. 1780 Roger Gary. 

3. Roswell, b. 2 Oct. 1752, md. . Had 2 ch. 

5. John, b. 10 Mar. 1727, md. ist 18 Oct. 1750 Hannah Herrington of 
Windham whod. 9 Feb. 1777, md. 2d 16 Apr. 1778 Hannah Hibbard , 
Had II ch. ' ^ 

By 2d wife: 

6. Bethia b. 26 Sept, 1739, d. 2 Feb. ''^oo, md. 2 Oct. 1755 Capt. 



78 

Samuel Morgan, jr. 13 chn. 

7. Jerusha, b. i Feb. 1741, d. 14 Feb. 1741 in Windham, Conn. 

By 3rd wife: tw * , 

8. Jerusha, b. 29 Aug. 1744, d. 24 Mar. 1746 in Windham, Conn, 
'>ASA PARISH, b. 27 Jan. 1723, Windham, Conn., d. bef. 1790, md. 23 Nov. 

1749 at Kent, Conn. MINDWELL FULLER b. 1730 .Colchester, Conn, 
d. 24 Oct. 1780 age 51 at Kent, Litchfield, Conn. , dau. of Joseph and Lydia 
(Day) Fuller. Children, b. in Kent, Conn. 

1. Isaac, b. 13 May 1750 md. 

2. Jerusha, b. 24 Sept. 1751. 

3. Asa. b. 6 Oct. 1752, md. 10 Jan. 1783 Sarah Swift. 

4. Johu, b. 5 Jan. 1754. 

J 5. JOANNA, b. 4 June 1755, md, 1775 ELIJAH HOPKINS as 3d wife. 

6. Daniel, b. 8 Aug. 1756. 

7. William, b; 23 Aug. 1758. 
8., Oliver, b. 15 Aug. 1762. 

Ref. :N.E. Register 63:366, 103:88 
N.Y. Record Jan. 1903 p. 20. 
Savage's 

Groton, & Chelmsford, Mass. Vitals. 
POTTER 
HANNAH POTTER, d. 1659, New Haven, Corih. She md. 1st Mr. Potter and 
2d (?John) Beecher, She had children b^ in Eng. 

1. John, b. abt. 1605, d. 1643, md. 14 Apr. 1630 at Chesham, co. Bucks, 
Eng. Elizabeth Wood, d. 28 July 1677, New Haven Conn. She md. 2d 
Edward Parker, md, 3d, Robert Rose. Children, b . Chesham, co. 
Bucks, the last prob. at New Haven, Conn. 

1. Elizabeth, bapt. i6Feb. 1631. 

2. Hannah, b. abt. 1633, d. 7 Nov, 1723, md. ist 3 Dec. 1650 
Samuel Blakeslee, md. 2d 21 Dec. 1679 Henry Brooks, 

3. John, b. abt. 1636, d. 24 Dec. 1706, md. ist 1660 Hannah Cooper, 
md. 2d 29 Dec. 1679 Mary (Hitchcock) Russell. 

4. Samuel, bapt. 7 Oct. 1641, d. 1696, md. ist 21 Nov. 1670 Aima 
Russell, md. 2d 6 Dec. 1676. 

2. WILLIAM, b. abt. 1608, d. June 1662, md. FRANCES . 

WILLIAM POTTER, b. abt. i6d8. Eng. d. June 1662, md, FRANCES -— . 
Had dau. 

I. HANNAH, b. abt. 1638, liv. 1699, md. 1657 JOHN MEAD, 
Ref.: Jacobus "Families of Anc. N. Haven, 6:1459 
PRENCE 
-^THOMAS PRENCE of Lechlade, Gloucester, Eng. d. 1630 md. ELIZABETH 
TOLDERBY, dau, of John Tolderby. Children- -prob, b. at Lechlade. 

1. THOMAS 

2. Susanna 

3. Rebecca md. Thomas Dipple 



79 

4. Katherine jnd. Ambrose Craylord 
n' THOMAS PRENCE.b. 1 60 1 Lechlade, -co. Gloucester, Eng. , d. 29 Mar. 1673, 
Plymouth, Mass. , md. Ist5 Aug. 1624 at Plymouth, ^^^^^s. , PATIENCE BREW- 
STER, d. 1634, Plymouth, dau. of William and Mary (---) Brewster. He md, 
2d I Apr. 1635 Mary Collier, d. bef. 8 Dec. 1662. dau. of William Collier 
of Duxbury, Mass. He md. 3d bef. 8 Dec. 1662, Apphia (Quicke) Freeman, 
widow of Samuel Freeman, Sr. He md. 4th bef. I Aug. 1668 and prob. bef. 

9 Feb. 1667-8 Mary ( ) Howes, widow of Thomas Howes of Yarmouth, Mass. 

He was from Eng. to Plymouth on the -Fortune- 9 Nov. 1621. He was highly 
moral, educated, dignified, and well-to-do, though, as it developed, he was 
non-Pilgrim and indeed pro-Puritan and stricter than the leaders themselves. 
He was intolerant in matters of religion. He was Governor 1634, '^3^ ^^'^ 
1657-73; Assistant or magistrate at least 22 years 1632, 1635-7, 1639-56, 
Treasurer 1636-7. Member of Council of War and served in Pequot War; Com- 
missioner United Colonies, 1645; removed to Duxbury 1635, to Eastham, 1645. 
Children by 1st wife b. at Plymouth: "■ 

I. Rebecca, b. 1626, d. bef. 18 July 1651, md. 22 Apr. 1646 Edmond 
Freeman, Jr. 
U^, HANNAH, b. 1628, d. bef. 23 Nov. 1698, md. ist 13 Feb. 1649-50 
NATHANIEL MAYO, md. 2d. 1668 Jonatha^, Sparrow. 

3. Mercy, b. abt. 1631, d. 28 Sept. 1711 age 80. md. 13/4 Feb. 1649 
-50 John Freeman. 

4. Thomas, b. abt. 1633, d.- bef. 13 Mar. 1672 in Eng.; md. ? 
By 2d wife 1st b. at Duxbury the rest at Duxbury or Eastham, Mass. 

5. Jane, b. i Nov. 1637, liv. 1701, md. 9 Jan. 1660-1 Mark Snow as 
2d wife. 

6. Elizabeth, b. md. 9 Dec. 1667 Arthur Howland, Jr. of Marshfield, 
Mass. 

7. Mary, md. John Tracy. 

8. Sarah, b. abt. 1647, d. 3 Mar. 1706-7 at North Dennis, Mass., md. 
Jeremiah Howes. 

9. Judith, md. 1st 28 Dec. 1665 Isaac Baker, md. 
2d. 1 69 1 William Tubbs. ,l 

Ref. : Archives S. L. C. , Utah. 

REYNOLDS 

JOHN REYNOLDS, b. l6i2, Eng. d. abt. 1 660 Greenwich, Conn. , md. abt. 
1633 SARAH ---,d. 21 Aug. 1657 Greenwich, Conn. He came to America by 
1633, Watertown, Mass. 1634, freeman 6 May 1635; Sarah,, perhaps his wife 
came with many people of Watertoy^n, Mass. , ifl^the -Elizabeth- From Ipswich, 
CO. Suffolk, 1634, aged 20, removed in two ^ iars to Wethersfield. Removed 
again before 1644 to Stamford and may have finally settled in Greenwich, Old 
Town in 1650, where the-family long continued. Children, b. in Watertown, 
Mass. , except the last prob. b. at Wethersfield, Conn. 

I. Jonathan, b. abt. 1635, d. 1673, "i^« ^Y '^55 Rebecca Husted. Child- 
ren, b. Stamford. 



8o 

1. Rebecca, b. 1656. 

2. Jonathaa, b. 1660. 

3. John, b. 1662. 

4. Sarah, b. 1665. 

5. Elizabeth, b. 1667 

6. Josephj, b, 1669. 

2. ELIZ^4eTH, b. abt. 1637, md. 15 July 1654 PETER FERRIS. 

3. John, b. abt. 1639, will proved 17 Dec, 1701, md. 1665 Judith 
Palmer. Children, b, Wethersfield. Conn.. 

1. Kezia. b. 1667. 

2. Ann, fe. 1669. 

3. Rebina, b. 1671. 
4| John, b. 1674. 

5. Jonathan, b. 1677, 

Ref. : Reynold's John Reynolds (1630?) Watertown. 
Savage's 3:525, 

ROWLEY 

^HENRY ROWLEY, was taxed at Plymouth, Mass. Jan. 1632-3; d, 1673. One of 

the original settlers of Scituate, a freeman in 1633, and with his wife joined 
the first church there 1635. He removed to Barnstable in 1639. A constable, 
surveyor and rep. to General Court 1634, ^^43 ^^'^ 1650. His ist wife died 
before he came to America. He md, i«t in Eng. SARAH PALMER, b. abt, 
1606, d. before 1632, dau. of William and Frances ( — ) Palmer. He md. 2d 
17 Oct, 1633 Anne Elsdon, widow of Thomas Blossom. Children by ist wife 
all b. in Eng, 

I. Sarah, b. abt. 1627, md. 11 Apr. 1&46 Jonathan Hatch, 9 chn. 
^.2. MOSES, b. abt. 1630, d. 1705, md. 22 Apr. 1652 ELIZABETH FULLER, 

3. Joseph, b. abt. 1632, liv. 1655 Barnstable, Mass., said to have gone 

to the Barbadoes. ^ 

-4-MOSES ROWLEY, b. abt. 1630, Eng., d, 1705, East Haddara, Conn., md. 
22 Apr. 1652, at Barnstable, Mass., ELIZABETH FULLER, b, abt. 1633, d. 
after 1714, dau. of Matthew andFrances (— ) Fuller, He came with his father 
to Plymouth in 1 632. Named in will of grandfather William Palmer, who 
placed a legacy in the hands of Rev. Partridge for the purpose of bringing the 
lad up in th e fear of the Lord. Hughes in Am. Anc, 3; 191 calls him the 2d 
son of his father and says he was a freeman at Barnstable in 1657, a surveyor 
and represented Suckonessett (Falmouth) in Gen. Court in 1692. His children 
were all b. at Barnstable, Mass, "^ 

1. Mary, b. 20 Mar. 1653, md. 7 Jan. 1675 John Weeks. 

2. Moses, b. 10 Nov. 1654, d, 16 July 1735 at E. Haddam, Conn., md. 
1st Mary Fletcher, md. 2d Mary (Crobe) Crlppen. 

3. Child, b. 15 Aug. 1656, d. 15 Aug. 1656. 

4. Shubael. b. 11 Jan. 1660-1, d, 28 Mar. 1714, md, Catherine Crippen, 
dau. of Thomas Crippen. 

HT 5. MEHITABLE. b. II Jan. 1660-1, d. abt. 1732, md. 1 678 JOHN FULLER. 



^ ^ 8i 

6. Sarah, b. I o Sept. 1662, liv. 1700. 

7.. Nathan, b. abt. 1664, d. after May 1742, md. Mercy Hatch, 

8. Aaron, b. 1 May 1666, d. abt. 1743, md. 7 Mar. 1690 Mary Weeks. 

9. John, ij, 22 Oct. 1667, 

10. Matthew, b. abt. 1669, md. Joanna 

11. ^Jau., b. abt. 1671, d. 15 Nov. 1682, unmd. 

Ref. : Utah Gen. Mag. 20:69 

, SEARS 

V-RICHARD SEARS, b, abt. 1612, Eng. , bur. 26 Aug. 1676, Yarmouth, Mass. 

md. 1632 DOROTHY JONES, d. Mar. 1678-9 in Yarmouth, Mass., sister of 
Richard Jones of Dorchester, Mass. , who came over in the -James- from Din- 
der, CO, Somerset, sailing from Weymouth, Eng. 20 Mar, 1635. Hemd. 
Alice — and d, ln(esute. She was also sister of Elizabeth Jones, md. Feb, 
1635 at Salisbury, co. Wilt,, Anthony Thacher. She d. before 5 Mar, 1668 
at Yarmouth, Mass. Richard Sears was taxed at Plymouth 25 Mar. 1633 but 
seems to have moved soon to Maiblehead, then part of Salem, Mass. where 
his bro, -in-lawRev, Anthony Thacher settled in 1635, Early in 1639 he was 
among those vrro accompanied Thacher in the settlement of Yarmouth, Free- 
man 1652; Constable, 1660; Dep. to Plymouth Gen. Court 1662. Children, 
b, prob, at Marblehead, Mass. , except last b, at Yarmouth, Mass, 

y:i, PAUL, b. Feb. 1637-8, d. 20 Feb, 1707-8, md. 1658 DEBORAH 
WILLARD. 

2. Silas, b, Sept. 1639, d. 13 Jan. 1697-8, md. bef. 1^4 Anna (Bursell?). 

3. Deborah, b. Sept. 1639, d. 17 Aug. 1732, md. i659Zechariah Paddock. 
Richard Sears will makes his brother Thacher a trustee of his estate and Thacher's 
son John calls Richard Sears "uncle". These terms led formerly to an assump- 
tion that his wife Dorothy was a Thacher, but that has been disproved, and it .is 
now accepted that she was a Jones. Her brother Richard Jones of Dorchester, 
Mass, , died intestate and his widow in the inventory referred to her brother 
Thacher and also made Anthony Thacher of Yarmouth a trustee of the estate, 
Samuel Jones son of Richard in his will in 166 1, made? bfequests to his 6 cou- 
sins in Yarmouth. Thacher had 3 children b y his 2d wife (Jones) and Richard 
Sears had 3 children, 

■^PAUL SEARS, b. Feb, 1637-8, Marblehead, Essex, Mass. , d, 20 Feb. 1707-8 
at Yarmouth, Barnstable, Mass, , md, 1658 at Yarmouth, Mass. DEBORAH 
WILLARD b, abt. 1641, bapt, 14 Sept, 1645 in Scituate, Plymouth, Mass., 
d, 13 May 1721, Yarmouth, Mass. , dan. of George and Dorothy(— ) Willard, 
Children, all b, at Yarmouth, Mas, 

1. Mercy, b, 3 Jan. 1659-60, 

2. Bertha, b. 3 Jan, 1661-2, d, 5 July 1724, md. 27 May 1684 John Cro- 
well, jri 

3. Samuel, b. Jan. 1663-4, ^'^' a^^ ^^^4 Mercy Mayo, 

^4. LYDIA, b, 24 Oct. 1666, Uv, 1713, md. ist 1690 ELEAZER HAMLIN . 
md. 2d 30 Sept. 1706 Thomas Sbow. 
5. Paul, b. 15 June 1669, d, 14 Feb. 1739-40 md. 1693 Mercy Free- 



82 

man. 

6. Mary, b. 24 Oct. 1672, d. 7 Nov. 1745 at Eastham, md. abt, 1694 
Col. John Knowles. 

7. Ann. b. 27 Mar. 1675, d. 14N0V. 1745, md. 28 Jan. 1703 John Merrick. 

8. John, b. 1677-8, d. 9 Apr. 1738, md. I June 1704 Priscilla Freeman. 

9. Richard, b. 1680-1, d, 24 May 1718, md. before 1706 Hope Howes, 

10. Daniel, b. 1682-3, d, 10 Aug. 1756, md. Sarah Howes. 

Ref. : Sears Gen. p. 41-3 

Anc. T, C. Brainerd(i948) 
N. E. Reg. 40:261-268 

SMITH 
NLhENRY smith, b. 16 19 in Eng. , possibly a son of Thomas Smith of London, 
St. Mary Adermanbury Parish, John Smith Sr. , and Jr. , were granted home 
lots in 1641 in Stamford, Conn. They both removed to Long Island. John 
Smith Sr. was possibly a son of above Thomas Smith. Heiuy Smith came to 
America about 1635, and after a shon stay in Mass. , removed to Wethers- 
field, Conn.; removed from there to Stamford, Conn., in 1641, and was 
granted a home lot, where he died in 1686; md. ist — , md. 2d Ann — , 
d. in June 1685. He seived in the Pequot War. His will dated 4 July 1686-7 
mentions son John, granason John Knapp, dau. Hannah Lawrence. Inv. 5 
July 1687. His wife Ann was mentioned in 1664 as having by a previous mar- 
riage, children, Rebecca. Ruth, and Abraham, surname not stated. Children 
all b. Stamford, Conn. By ist wife.- 

"Vi. HANNAH, b. abt. 1642, d. after 1687. md. ist 1660 CALEB KNAPP. 
md. 2d. after 1675 Thomas Lawrence. 

2. Mary, b. abt. 1644, d. 3 Oct. 1658, unmd. 

3. Samuel, b. abt. 1646, d. 16 Aug. 1 658, unmd. 

4. Daniel, b. 1048, d. 3 Mar. 1 740, md. Hannah Kiiapp. 
By 2d wife: 

5. John, b. abt. 1653, d. 3 Nov. 1711 md. 1st Elizabeth md. 2d. 

Phebe G^een. 

6. Rebecca, b. abt. 1655, d. 3 Nov, 1711? md. 2 July 1672 Edward 
Wiicoxson. 

7. Abigail, b. abt. 1657, d. 9 Aug. 1661. 

Ref. : History of Gree5iwich, Conn. pp. 654-59 

Hist. & Gen. of the Families of Old Fairfield, Conn., 

J =575 
S-JOHN SMITH, tanner, bot of Nathaniel Parker 27 1/2 acres of land in Newton, 

Mass. , with dwelling house thereon, in 1 694-5, fo^ ^ 90» bounded east by land 

of Samuel Parker, south by land of John Trowbridge. He md. 1st 8 June 1676 

atNewton, Middlesex, Mass. , Sarah (?Prentice). He md. 2d 1693 SUSANNA 

^-". Children, all b. Newton, Middlesex, Mass. By ist wife: 

1. Sarah, b. 31 Mar. 1677, <^' Apr, 1677. 

2. John, b. 2 Mar. 1678. 

3. Sarah, b. 17 Aug. l68i. 



83 

4. Thankful, b, , 1683, 

5. Rachel, b. ig Dec. 1685. 

6. Joseph, b. 9 Aug. 1687. 
By 2d. wife: 

yL7. JERUSHA, b. 8 May 1695, ^' 23 Mar. 1727, md. 8 Nov. 1716 
WILLIAM PARISH. 

8. Margaret, b. 29Junei698. d. 20 Dec. I753age55at Windham, Conn, 
md. 31 Mar. 1721 Isaac Parish. Children, b. at Windham. Conn., 

1. John, b. I Mar. 1722, d. 23 Dec. 1721. 

2. Isaac, b. 16 Dec. 1723, d.. bef.^1765. 

3. Zebuloa, b. 12 Feb. 1726, md. Hannah Kimball. 10 chn. 

4. Jerusha, b. 6 Nov. 1727, md. 21 Apr. 1745 Jacob Simons. 6 chn. 

5. Oliver, b. 29 July 1730. md. 22 Dec. 1756 Mary Kimball. 3 chn. 
6.' John, b. 24 July 1732, md. 27 May 1756 Tamma Preston. lachn. 

7. Margaret, b. 10 Oct. 1735, md. 24 May 1761 Ebenezer Kingsbury, 
4 children. 

8. Archippus, b„ 10 Oct. 1735, ^^' 'o M^'« '7^3 Abige^: Burnap. 

9. Esther, b. 15 June 1738, md. 26 Jan. 1758 Joseph Sessions, jr. 
lOa Susannah, b. 20 Oct. 1742, md. 18 Feb. 1762 John Spofford. 

9. Daniel, b. i6 Aug. 1700, md. Children bapt. in Windham, 

Conn, Church. 

1. Susanna, bapt. 21 Mar. 1 73 1. 

2. Phebe, bapt. 14 Sept. 1735. - 

3. Rebecca, bapt. 5 Nov. 1738, 

10. Esther, b. 20 July 1702. 

11. Ephraim, b. 5 Oct. 1704. 

12. Josiah, b. 22 May 1707. 

13. Silas, b. after 22 Oct. 1707, drowned at Upper Falls 5 or 15 Aug. 
1729, unmd. 

Ref. : Savage's 4:123 

Jackson's Newton, Mass. , p. 411 

N. E. Register 63:366 

Windham, Conn. Church Records. 
SPENCER 
JOHN SPENCER, living 1475, Gentlemen, ot Southmylles, co. Bedford, Eng. 
Had son Robert. j 

ROBERT SPENCER, Gentlemen, of Southmylles, co. Bedford, md. Ann Pecke, 
Arms: Argent, 3 pickaxes, sable. Had son John. 

JOHN SPENCER, Gentleme^of Southmylles, co. Bedford, md. Christian Baker. 
Children b. at Southmylles, co. Bedford. 

1. William, Gentlemen, md. Isabella Osbom, dau. of Edward Osbora of 
Northampton. 

2. Robert, Gentlemen, of St. Albans, co, Hertford, md. Frances Foster, 
dau. of John Foster of Bramfield. 

3. JOHN, Gentlemen, of St. George Parish, Edworth, co. Bedford, md. 



84 
-f ANNE (? MERRILL). 
4jOHN spencer. Gentlemen, of St. George Parish Edworth, co. Bedford, bur. 
9 June 1558 at Edworth, co. Bedford, md. Anne (? Merrill) bur. 16 June 1560 
at Edworth. Children b. at St. George's Parish Edworth, co. Bedford. 
-r^i. MICHAEL, md. 1st 22 Jan. 1 555-6 at Edworth, Anne Liner or Miner, 
bur. 23 Feb. 1561 at Edworth, md. 2d ELIZABETH 

2. John, bur. 21 Apr. 1560, unmd. 

3. Gerard, b. 1543, will 8 July 1576-20 May 1577, md. 30 July 1568 
Ellen or Helen Whyston. 4 chn. 

;^MICHA EL SPENCER, md. 1st 22 Jan. 1555-6 at Edworth. co. Bedford, Anne 
Liner or Minei, bui. 23 Feb. 1561, md. 2d abt. 1562-3 ELIZABETH — bur, 
1 8 Nov. 1599, at Edworth. Children all b, at Edworth, co. Bedford. 
By 1st wife: 

1. John, bapt. 20 Apr. 1557, d, bef. 1645, md. and had sons Daniel, 
grocer, and Francis, brewer, of London. 

2. Michael, bapt. 27 May 1558, bur. 15 Apr. 1560. 

3. Anne, bapt. i Apr. 1560, prob. d. y. 

By 2d wife: last 2 children b. at Stotfield, co. Bedford. 

4. Joan, bapt. 20 Aug, 1564. 

5. Anne, bapt. 24 July 1566. 

6. Michael, (twin), bapt. 30 Aug, 1566. 

7. Alice, (twin), bapt. 30 Aug. 1566. 

8. Thomas, bapt. 15 Nov, 1571. 

9. Katherine, d. bef, 1646, md. Mr. Bland. 

^10. GERARD, bapt. 20 May 1576, d. bef. 1646, md, 10 Nov, 1600 ALICE 
WHITBRED, 

II, Richard, bapt. 4 July 1580, will proved 8 June 1646 of London. 
+GERARD SPENCER, Bapt, 20 May 157681. Mary's Parish Stotfield, co. Bedford, 
d. bef, 1646, md. 10 Nov. 1600 Upper Gravenhurst, co. Bedford, Big. , ALICE 
WHITBRED, dau. of Henry and Alice (—-) Whitbred. Children, all b. St. 
Mary's Parish, Stotfield, co. Bedford. 

1. William, bapt. 11 Oct. 1601, d. 1640 Hartford, Conn. md. Agnes 
Pratt, dau. of John Pratt, jr. 3 chn. She md. 2d William Edwards. 

2. Elizabeth, bapt. 21 Oct. 1^2, md. Mr. Tomlyn. 

3. John, bapt. 22 June 1604. 

4. Henry, bapt. 11 Aug. 1605, bur. 20 Oct. 1607. 

5. Thomas, bapt, 29 Mar. 1607, d. II Sept. 1686 Hartford, Conn,, md. 
perhaps 1st. Ann Derifield. md. 2d. ii Sept. 1645 Sarah Reading. 

6. Richard, bapt. ii Dec. 1608, bur. 6 or 1 1 May 1614. 

7. Son, bur, 23 Mar. 1609-10. 

8. Michael, bapt. 5 May i6n, d. 6 May 1653 Lynn, Mass. md. wid. 
Robbins. 

-V9. GERARD, bapt, 25 Apr, 1614, d. between 1683-1685. md. HANNAH 
(HILL?). 
'VgERARD SPENCER, bapt. 25 Apr. 1614, St. Mary's Parish Edworth, co. Bed- 



85 

ford. d. between 17 Sept. 1683 and 3 Sept, 1685 at Haddam, Conn, f md. 
prob. at Lynn, Mass. Hannah---, who d. before Sept. 1683 at Haddam. 
Conn. He came to New England, abt. 1632; received grant at Cambridge.. 
Mass.. 1634; freeman 1636-7 9 Mar. ;at Lynn. Mass., 1637, ensign in mili- 
tary company 1656; to Hartford. Conn,, thence to Haddam. Conn. ; ensign 
in Train Band, 1675; served in King Phillips's War; rep. to General Coim 
1674-83. Children, all b. at Lynn, Mass. order unknown, 
yi. John, b. 17 Sept, 1638, d. 3 Aug. 1682 at Haddam, Conn., md. abt, 
1663-5 Rebecca Hayward, 

2. Hannah, b. abt. 1640, d. i Apr. 1715, md. 1663-4 i^aniel Brainerd. 

3. Mehitable, b. 1642, d. 1691 atHaddam. Conn., md. 1661 DanielCone. 

4. Marah, b. abt. 1645, d. before 22 Dec. 1714, md. 1st 1662 Thomas 
Brooks, md. 2d 1669 Thomas Shaylor. 

5. Thomas, b. abt. 1647, d. Feb. 1699, md. 1673 Elizabeth Bates. 

6. SAMUEL, b. abt. 1650, d. 7 Aug. 1705. md. 1st 1672 3 HANNAH 
WILLEY, md. 2d 1689 Miiiam (Moore) Willey. 

7. Timothy, b. abt. 1652-3. d. bef, 1704 md. (Sarah?) Clarke. 

8. William, b. abt. 1654. d. 1731, md. 1st 1678 ---.-. md. 2d 1664 
? Margaret Bates. 

9. Nathaniel, b. abL 1656, d. bef. 1722. md. 1st abt. 1681 Lydia Smith, 
md. 2d. Hannah . 

10. Rebecca, b. abt, 1658, d. bef. 1706, md. 1st abt, 1682 John Kennard , 
md. 2d. after Feb. 1 689 John Tanner. 

11. Ruth, b. abt. 1660, md, Joseph Clarke. 

12. Elizabeth, b. 1662, md, Joseph Stannard. 

SAMUEL SPENCER, b. abt. 1650 Lynn, Mass., d. 7 Aug. 1705 "Haddam, 
Conn,, md. 1st 1672-3, Haddam, Conn., HANNAH WILLEY, bapt. 6 Mai? 
1642 Boston, Mass., d, abt, 1682, dau, of Isaac and Joanna ( — ) Willey. 
Shehadmd, ist 1658 at New London, Conn, , Thomas Hungerford, whose wilK 
wasinv. I May 1663 at New London, Conn, He had md. ist abt. 1646 — and 
had two children, Thomas, b. abt. 1648 and Sarah, b. abt. 1654. Thomas and 
Hannah (Willey) Hungerford had dau, Hannah, b, i May 1659 at New London, 
Conn. , d. after 1712, md. 1678 William Ross and remove<J to Westerly, R, L 
Hannah (Willey) Hungerford md. 2d 1664 Peter Blatchford. b. abt, 1620. d. 
1671 Haddam, Conn. They had 3 children, the ist 2 born at New London. 
Conn, the last one at Haddam, Conn.- 

1. Joanna, b. 1665. 

2. Peter, b, 1667. 

3. Mary, b, 1669. 

Samuel and Hannah (Willey) Hungerford-Blatchford had 4children, b, E. 
Haddam, Conn, 
/ I. GRACE, b. 27 July 1674. d. 12 May 1714, n- 7 21 Jan. 1696 JOHN 
DAY. jr. 

2. John, b. 17 Sept. 1676, md. 1700 Elizabeth . 

3. L«iaac, b. 8 Jan. 1678-9, d. 16 Feb. 1750- 1, md. ist 2 Oct. 1707 MAry 



86 

Seidell, md. 2d, — BJeachford. , md<, 3d. Miriam . 

4. Hannah, b. 1680, 
Hannf\(Wille-y) Hunge rf or d -Blarchford-Speiicer had a totai of 8 ghildren, 
SamueT Spencer was of Mil ling ton Society, of E. Haddman, Conn, After 
Hannah's death 1682, he md. 2d 1689 Miriam (Moore) Willey, widow of his 
1st wife's brother John Willey and dau. Miles and Isabel (James) Moore. He 
md. 3d Deborah Beckley. 

Ref. : Davve's-Gates Anc. Lives 2:479 
STEBBINS 
iNl ARK ST EBB INS, ^ofWoodham Mortimer Parish, co. Essex, Eng. , md. MARY 

. Children: 

I. Edward, b. abt. 1604, d. 1663 Hartford, Conn. , md. abt. 1627 Frances 
, who d. 1673 2^ Hartford, Conn. Children, b. in Eng. 

1. Dau. md. in Eng. John Chester, 

2. Mary, b. abt, 1630, d. 29 June 1657, md. 29 Apr, 1648 Walter 
Gaylord. 

3. Elizabeth, b, abt. 1632, liv. 1695, md. 1st 1650 Robert Wilson, 
md. 2d 1658, Thomas CadwelU 

4. Lydia, b. abt. J634, md. Dea. John Wilson. 

•-^. EDIT'"-^A. b. abt. 1610, d. 24001, 1688 at Springfield, Mass., md. 

1st abt. 1636 ROBERT DAY of Stanstead Abbot Parish, co. Hertford, (abt. 

7 miles from Woodham Mortimer Parish, co. Essex). His will dated 20 

May 1648 at Hartford, Conn. She md. 2d 1650 John Maynard, whod. 

1657 in Hartford, Conn. Left no children. She md. 3d. abt. 1658 Eleazer 

Holyoke, who d. 6 Feb. 1676 at Springfield, Mass. 
Ref. : Hartford Times 3 Jan. 1 948. 

STONE 
SAMUEL STONE, son of John Stone, a freeholder of that place was b. in Hert- 
ford, CO. Herts, (usually at that time sounded Hartford) bapt. 30 July 1602 in 
the church of the All Saints; entered at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1620; 
A.B. 1623; A.M. 1627. Recent discoveries show that a Saniuel Stone, prob- 
ably this one, was a curate at Sisted, co. Essex, near Chelmsford, from 13 
June 1627 til 13 Sept. 1630. He came to N. E. with Cotton, Hooker, in the 
-Griffin- arriving Boston 4 Sept, 1633; freeman, Mass., 14 May 1634; ^^" ' 
moving to Hartford in i 636, an original proprietor and in 1639 his home-lot 
was on north bank of the Lfttle River, between Thomas Hooker and William 
Goodwin. He served as chaplain to the troops under Capt. Mason in the Pequot 

War 1637. His ist wife d. before 2 or 3 Nov. 1640 when Mr. Hooker 

mentions her death in a letter to Rev. Thomas Shepard, saying that she "smoak- 
ed out her days in darkness of melancho ly. " He md. 2d. bef. July 1641, Eliza- 
beth Allen of Boston. After Mr. Hooker's decease he was sole pastor of the 
First Church of Hartford until 20 July 1663. Inv. "b 563. I His widow md. 2d. 
George Gardner of Salem, Mass., afterwards of Hartford, Conn, and d. in 
1681. Her will dated 6 June r68i proved 4 Jan. 16S2. He d. 20 July 1663, 
Haitford, Conn, He had brother John Stone of Hartford 1639-40, and a sistei 



87 
Sarah Stone md. 28 Sept. 1648 Henry Howard (Hayward), b. abt. 1623, will 

proved 4 Apr. 1709. Samuel Stone's children by ist wife : 

1. John, .b. abt. 1633, d. bef. 1700, grad. of Harvard College 1653, 
received M. A. from Univ. of Cambridge, Eng. 

2. Rebecca, b. abt. 1635. in Mass. , d. 1709, Hadley, Mass., md. abt. 
1657 Timothy Nash, of New Haven who removed to Hartford. 

3. Mary, b. abt. 1637, Hartford,, md. bef. 1663 Joseph Fitch of Hartford, 
Lived at Windsor, Conn, 

^4, SARAH, b. abt. 1639, Hartford, liv. 1697, md. abt. 1657 THOMAS 
BUTLER of Hartford, Conn. Children, by 2d wife all b. at Hartford. 

5, Elizabeth, b. abt. 1642, liv. 1695, md. 1st abt. 1665 William Sedg- 
wick of Hartford, (divorced), md. 2d. after 1674 John Roberts of Hartford. 

6, Samuel, b. atit. 1644, at Harvard abt« 1659, never md. .drowned 8 
Oct. 1683. 

7. Joseph, bapt. 18 Oct. 1646, not mentioned in father's will 1663. 

8. Lydia, bapt. 22 Jan. 1647-8, d. y. 

9. Son, bapt, 29 Apr, 1649, prob, d. y. 

10, Abigail, bapt. 9 Sept. 1650, d. y. > 

Ref, : Mem. Hist. Hartford, Conn. p. 262. 
TRACY 
y STEPHEN TRACY md. at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 23 Feb. 1586-7 AGNES 
ERDLEY, He d. there 22 Dec. 1 630. She d, 15 June 1640. A Stephen Tracy 
was bapt. at East Rushton, Norwich in 1559 son of Christopher and Margaret 
( — ) Tracy. It is very probable that this is the Stephen Tracy of Great Yar- 
mouth, as two of his children were named Christopher and Margaret. The 
Tracy Family (1930) by S. W. Tracy accepts the reading of Leydon Archives 
records concerning the marriage of Stephen and Tryphosa Lee and states that 
there was a Lee family at Great Yarmouth at the time. Children. 
I. Stephen. 
^STEPHEN TRACY, bapt. 28 Dec. 1 596, Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, Eng. 
d. after 1 654 in Eng. , md. 2 Jan. 1620-1 at Leyden, Holland, TRYPHOSA LEE 
b. 1596, Eng., d. bef. 1655, Plymouth, Mass. He was from Eng. in the 
-Ann- to Plymouth, 1623, settled at Duxbury, Mass. , 1633; returned to Eng. 
1654 and d. there. Children, 1st b. at Leyden, Holland, the next 3 at Ply- 
moutL^nd the last at Duxbury, Mass. 

I. Saran, b, abt. 1622, d. between 28 Nov. 1702 and 6 Oct. 1708, md. 

28 Nov. 1638, George Partridge. 7 chn. 
rf2. REBECCA, b. abt. 1624-6, d. after 6 Mar. 1688-9, i^''- ^^^ ^^4^ 
^WILLIAM MERRICK. 

3. Ruth, b. abt. 1628, liv. 1654-5; unmd. 

4. Mary, b. abt. 1630, liv. 1654-5; unmd. 

5. John, b. 1633, d. 3 May 1710 Windham, Conn., md. Mary Prence of 
Duxbury, Mass. 

6. ?Jane, b. 1623. 

Ref. : Dawes -Gates Allied Fam, p. 800-2 



88 

WATTLES 

I.RICHARD WATTLES, or Wattels, and wife MARY were at Ipswich, Mass., 1648 

and sold property there 18 Apr. 1663. They were probable parents of: 
yJOHN WATTLES, md. 25 Dec. 1666 at Chelmsford, Middlesex, Mass., MARY 
GOOLE, b. 23 Dec. 1651, Braintree, Norfolk, Mass., dau. of Francis and Rose 
(.-_)Goole. Children, b. at Chelmsford, Mass. 

^i. MARY. b. I Aug. 1668, md. 29 Dec. 1685 JOHN PARISH. 

2. Rose, b. 22 Sept. 1670. 

3. William, b. 28 Dec. 1672, d. 10 Aug. 1737, md. 1697 Abigail Bel- 
cher. Lieut. Constable of Lebanon, Conn. 1709. 

4. John, b. 1674, d. 1742. 

Ref. : N. E. Register 48:468 
■*' Chelmsford, Mass. , Vitals 

Savage's 4:438 

WHELDEN 

"f-GABRlEL WHELDEN, b. abt. 1600 Notts, Eng. , d. Jan, 1654, in Yarmouth, 

Barnstable, Mass., md.MARGARET ---, b. abt, 1604. Children, b. prob. Eng. 
JI. CATHERINE, b. abt. 1623, d. after 15 Mar. 1689, md. 9 Oct, 1639 
GILES HOPKINS. 

2. Ruth, b. abt. 1626, d. 4 Dec. 1673, ^^* ^7 ^*^ '^4^ Richard Taylor. 

3. Ralph, 

4. Henry, 

5. John, 

Ref. : Barnstable Families. 
WILLARD 
RICHARD WILLARD, will dated 18 Sept. 1558, proved 24 Oct. 1558, ofBrench- 
ley, CO. Kent, Eng. C^hildren, b. or of Brenchley. 

1. Robert 

2. Alexander, 

3. George, 

4. Richard, 

5. Andrew, 

6. SYMON, md. ELIZABETH 

7. Thomas, 

8. William, 
Q, Alice, 
10. Agnes, 

SYMON WILLARD, will dated 6 Feb. 1584, proved 26 Feb. 1584, of Gowthuxst, 
CO. Kent. Children, b. prob. at Gowthurst, co. Kent. Wife ELIZABETH, 
bur. 12 Apr. 1587 at Horsmonden, co. Kent. 

1. Thomas, bur. 24 July i6oi. 

2. RICHARD, d. 2 Mar. 1616-7, md. 1st Catherine . 

3. Thomasine, 

4. Dau, md. Mr. Bolde, had children. 

RICHARD WILLARD. bur. 2 Mar. 1616-7, md. 1st abt. 1 588 Catherine . 



89 
who d. II Mar. 1598-9 Horsmonden, co. Kent., md. 2d. 23 Sept. 1601 at 
Horsmonden, Margery Humphrey, bur. 12 Dec. 1608, md. 3d wid. Joan --- 
Children all b. at Horsmonden, Kent, By ist wife: 

1. Mary, b. abt. 1589. 

2. Richard, bapt. 7 May 1591. 

3. Thomas, bapt, 6 May 1593, bur» 15 Jan. 1618. 

4. Elizabeth, bapt. 5 Jan. 1594-5 md. John Tykbowll. 

5. Richard, bapt, 5 Sept. 1596, prob. d. y. 

6. Richard, bapt. 4 Sept. 1597, d, bef. 161 6. 
By 2d wife: 

7. Margery, bapt. 6 Nov. 1602, d, betw, 1655-1666, md. 29 Mar. 1624 
Dolor Davis. 

8. Simon, bapt. 7 Apr, 1605, ^» 24 ^P^* 1676 at Charlestown, Mass. , 
md. 1st abt. 1626 Mary Sharpe, who d. before 165 1, md. 2d abt. 1651 
Elizabeth Dunster, md. 3d abt. 1652, Mary Dunster, a niece of Elizabeth 
Shed. 28 Dec. 17 1 5 at Sudbury, Mass., Elizabeth was bapt. 26 Apr. 1619 
at Bury, co. Lancaster, dau. of Henry and Isabel ( — ) Dunster. Left no 

children. Mary was bapt. 5 Dec. 1630 at Bury, dau. of Robert and 

Dunster. Robert was the oldest bro, of Elizabeth Dunster, 

9. Catherine, bapt. 30 Aug. 1607, 
By 3d wife: 

10. Edward, bapt. 22 Mar. 1611, bur. 5 Apr. i6i2. 

11. John, bapt. 3 Mar. i6i2, 

12. GEORGE, bapt, 4 Dec. 1614, md. abt, 1640 DOROTHY . 

13. Richard, bapt. 9 Apr. 16 16. 

GEORGE WILLARD, bapt. 4 Dec. 1614, Horsmonden, co. Kent. md. abt. 
1640, Dorothy — , He came to Mass. Apr. 1634, was heavily fined in 1641 
for erroneous p i n i o n & . He was Scituate, Mass., 1643. He removed soon 
after 1645 perhaps to Maryland. Children, b. at Scituate, Mass. 

1. DEBORAH, b. abt. 1641, bapt. 14 Sept, 1645, d. 1721, md. 1658 
PAUL SEARS, 

2. Daniel, b. abt. 1643, bapt. 14 Sept. 1645, d, 20 Apr. 171 2, md. 10 
June 1695 Esther Matthews. No children. 

3. Joshua, b. 2 Nov. 1645, 

4. Jacob b. abt. 1650, d. 1678, md, abt, 1677 Mary White. 

Ref. : Willard Gen. 

Horsmonden. Kent Records. 
WILLEY 
ISAAC WILLEY, came from Eng. or Wales, of Boston, Mass., 1640. He was 
of New London, Conn., and d. there 1685. He md. ist Joanna ---. He md. 
2d. Ann — , who d. 1692. 

1. Isaac, bapt. 2 Aug. 1640, Boston, Mass. d. 1662, md. 8 June 1662, 
Frances Burcham. 

2. HANNAH, bapt. 6 Mar. 1642, Boston, Mass. , d. bef. 1689, md. 1st 
1658 Thomas Hungerford, md. 2d 1664 Peter Blatchford, md. 3d SAMUEL 



90 

SPENCER. 

3. Sarah, b. 19 June 1664, Charlestown, Mass., d. 7' Mar. 1712, md, 
John Terrill. 

4. Mary, b. 1648, liv. 1725 age TJ , md. 1667 Samuel Tubbs. 

5. Abraham, b. 1650, d. 1692, md. abt. 1682 Elizabeth Mortimer. 

6. John, b. 1646, d. 2 May 1688, md. 1669 Miriam Moore. 7 chn. 

Ref. : Willey Gen, 

Boston Transcript 8 Oct. 1928. 



OUR FAMILY 
By Charles Hopkins Allen 

(Editor's note: Due to the lack of space, I have taken the liberty of con- 
densing this history. Our purpose in presenting this chapter of the stories of 
Andrew Lee Allen, Clarinda Knapp Allen, their children and respective mates 
is to help strengthen family ties and faith in God. The love and sacrifice 
shown by these people help strengthen our testimonies of the truthfulness of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Esther F. Dial). 

Andrew Lee Allen was born in Limerick, York Co. , Maine November 24th 
1791. H6 was the son of Elijah Allen, who was born in 1763 at Stratham , 
Rockingham Co. , New Hampshire and his first wife, Mehitable Hall, who was 
christened March 26th, 1769 at Rochester, Strafford Co., New Hampshire. 

His mother d i e d June 25th, 1800 in Corinth, Orange Co. , Vermont and 
his father was remarried October 2 1 St, 1 809 to Hannah, widow of George Perry. 
His father died October 19th, 1839 at Limerick, York Co. .Maine. 

After his mother's death Andrew Lee Allen went to live with his maternal 
grandfather, Rev. Avery Hall, staying until he was 14 years of age. He work- 
ed at the blacksmi± trade. Not being satisfied, he left home and never went 
back again. He went on shipboard to help protect the American vessels during 
the war known as the War of 181 2. He left there and went into Canada, where 
he got into trouble with the British by drinking a toast at a bam -raising. The 
toast was, "he wished that the Eagle of America would triumph over the crown 
of Great Britain, " for which he was arrested by the British. Making his escape 
h e went into the state of New York, Cattaraugus Co. , where he entered one 
hundred and sixty acres of land, and made himself a very nice home. He 
planned to settle down for life and he soon owned a large grove of sugar maple 
trees besides his prosperous farm. 

On December I ith, i824,he married Clarinda Knapp, daughter of Calvin 



92 

and Deborah (Hopkins) Knapp. Clarinda was a refined, educated woman who 
was highly skilled in the arts of fine painting, sewing, tailoring, ladies' leg- 
horn hat designing, and homemaking. Her gentle upbringing had a great in- 
fluence on the lives of those about her. She was a woman of true faith and 
was a Bible scholar. 

They remained in Burton, Cattaraugus Co, , New York until they had sev- 
ed children, namely: Elijah, Lydia, Saphronia, Charles, Andrew, James, and 
Sidney. They had not joined any religious society but were honest and upright 
with all men, waiting for someliiing to come along that would give them better 
satisfaction than the religions of the day. 

In September 1833 there were two Latter-day Saint Elders who came through 
that part of the country and held meetings. Andrew Lee Allen was not at home 
at the time and did not hear them preach, but his wife, friends and neighbors 
did, and they were muchimpressed. When my Father came home Mother told 
him of the Elders and the Gospel that they preached and he became very anxious 
to hear them. He learned that they would preach at a place eighty miles from 
there and he concluded he would go hear them. This he did and he listened to 
the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the first time. He was much pleased and satis- 
fied that it was true and he was baptized 3 September 1833 by Ezra Landing 
before he returned home. He received a testimony that never left him. 

He went home and began to arrange his business according to the spirit of 
gathering which he had. He sold his beautiful home for a low price and mov- 
ed to Kirtland, Ohio. Here he met the Prophet Joseph Smith and the Saints 
and rejoiced with them. It was here that their daughter, Susan, was born 31 
December, 1837. 

My father bought considerable real estate and paid a" good price for it, but 
the price of land soon went down and he did not receive anything for it. He 
left and started West for Missouri. Because of sickness and the want of means , 
he stopped on the Illinois river at Bardstown and stayed through the winter. My 
father cut cordwood all winter and my brother Elijah hauled it. In this way we 
were sustained. We then moved back East to Virginia, Cass Co. , Illinois, 
where we rented a farm from Mr. Levi Springer, who was a Methodist preacher. 
He treated us very kindly. There another son was born, i April, 1842. He 
was given the name of Levi, after the name of the good preacher. After farm- 
ing there one year we moved about twenty -five miles farther East and rented 
a farm from a man by the name of Alfred Dutch, who lived on the road that 
led to Springfield. Mr. Dutch was very kind to our people. While we were 
living there, the Prophet Joseph was taken to Springfield to be tried on a false 
charge. The Prophet Joseph and his company stayed overnight on the 29th 
December 1842 with Captain Dutch, as he was caUed, and were kindly enter- 
tained. The women played on the piano and sang their beautiful songs. Captain 
Dutch spoke comical recitations and sang his songs. Sister Eliza R. Snow was 
with the company and composed some beautiful verses of which I remember a 
few lines as follows: 

"There is Captain Dutch we cannot pass without a word of praise. 



t 93 

Who is the king of comic songs, as well as comic ways. 

And the fair lady of his house, the flower of Morgan Plain; 

Who from the soft piano brings such soul -enchanting strains. 

And now we are bound for home, my friends, 

A band of brothers true. 

To cheer the hearts of those we love, in beautiful Nauvoo. 
chorus: 

We will have a jubilee, my friends, 

We will have a jubilee. 

With heart and voice we wiD all rejoice, 

In that our Prophet is free. " 

(This was composed on their way home to Nauvoo 7 Jan. 1843) 

After living there one year, we moved back to Mr. Springer's again and 
lived there one year longer. Then we moved west again toward Nauvoo and 
stopped with Mr, Roberts, ten miles east of Carthage, where the Prophet and 
Patriarch were murdered. We became acquainted with Miner T. Deming who 
afterwards became the High Sheriff of Hancock Co. He was very friendly to 
our people. 

While living there, another daughter was bom on 8 June, 1844 and she was 
named Julia. This was all of my father's family--six boys and four girls. 

Water became low in the streams while we were there which retarded the 
grist mill in grinding flour, so my brother, Elijah, and I were sent into Nauvoo 
to get oiu: grist ground at the steam mill and it was there I saw the Prophet 
Joseph for the first and the last time. As we stayed in Nauvoo a few days we 
were looking around town and went near where the Prophet Joseph lived. He 
had a brick barn nearly finished and men were hauling hay into it. There was 
a gully or ravine washed out by the rain water running down by the side of the 
road next to the barn where the wagons had to cross with their loads of hay. 
The Prophet came along. I was standing nearby and heard what he said. He 
spoke to one of the boys and said, "1 think this ditch or gully ought to be filled 
Up so the wagons could cross better, " In reply the brother said, "1 think, Brother 
Joseph, that it would be better to put a culvert or bridge in there so when it 
rains, the water will run under the bridge and will not wash it out again, " 
"Yes, yes, " said the Prophet, "That is better. Even though you can outwit me 
I can throw you down, " This made an impression on my mind that I have 
never forgotten. 

While we were there, a very heavy hail storm came one evening and broke 
out the glass of the windows, on the side from which the storm came, and it 
was a sad sight the next morning to look at the beautiful buildings in Nauvoo 
and see nearly every pane of glass broken on the side from whence the storm 
came. 

O" 22 S e p t e m b e r , 1 842 while we were living near Plymouth, Illinois, 
|ader Thomas Oockett came to our house and baptized and confirmed six of 
lithe chUdren, viz; Lydia, Saphronia, Charles, Andrew, James and Sidney. 

In the Fa U of the year we moved toward Nauvoo, and stopped on Camp 



94 

Creek, fourteen miles north and east of Nauvoo, Miner R. Deming had been 
elected sheriff and had moved up to Carthage, where he lived in the lower 
room of the stone jail. As we were moving up to Camp Creek, we passed 
through Carthage and were welcomed by Mr, Deming to stay overnight. We 
made several trips and stopped with him each time. My cf-Jer brother, Elijah, 
and I were allowed to go through any part of the jail that was not occupied 
We went into the room where the Prophet and Paaiarch were when they were 
so cruelly shot and murdered outright without any cause. We looked at the 
blood-stained floor and the ball hole through the door. The ceiling was knock- 
off in many places. It made us feel very sorrowful. 

We moved up to Camp Creek and rented a farm from Mr, Hibbert, where 
we farmed one year and raised a good crop of com. We could not get anything 
for it there, but by hauling it to Nauvoo, fifteen miles away we could get ten 
cents a bushel for it. As I was the oldest boy at home, I started to haul corn 
to Nauvoo with two yoke of three year old steers. I hauled nearly all winter. 
My older brother, Elijah, had gone away from home to look for work. He 
started west and traveled a number of days, crossed the Mississippi River and 
traveled through the country for sometime and failed to get work. On his re~ 
turn he came to Nauvoo and called at President Brigham Young's home and 
asked for counsel. Brother Young told him that he could stop with him and go 
to work, which he did, and lived with him until the Church moved West. He 
drove a team for President Young through to Winter Quarters on the Missouri 
River where he enlisted in the Mormon Batallion and went through to California, 
He served one year in the Government service, and was discharged at Los 
Angeles on 1 5 July 1847. 

When I was hauling corn to Nauvoo 1 stayed at President Young's where 
Elijah was living. I became well acquainted with the family and was much 
pleased and well entertained by the young ladies of the house. Vilate, who 
wasBrigham's daughter, and Susan Divine, who played on the piano and sang 
their beautiful songs, made the time pass very pleasantly during the long win- 
ter evenings. 

Mr. Miner R. Deming was acting in his office in Carthage as sheriff of 
Hancock County and he was standing up for the rights of the Latter-Day Saints. 
For this reason the people of the State were angry with him and his life was 
threatened by the mob. He was somewhat uneasy so he came to Nauvoo to 
President Young to get counsel as to what to do. One morning, after President 
Young had eaten his breakfast, h e started to go up to the Temple, as was his 
custom. He met Mr. Deming at the gate. I was standing a short distance 
away and heard the conversation between them. He told President Young what 
he had come for and wanted to know what he had better do under the circum- 
stances. President Young told him to go back and stand up for the right, which 
he did. They were holding coun in Carthage and the excitement was running 
very high. There was one man who was void of principle and good behavior , 
who wanted to make a disturbance in court. He was intoxicated and came in 
the courtroom and commenced to abuse Sheriff Deming. When the sheriff 



95 
commanded peace, theman would not listen, but took the sheriff by the throat 
and pushed him out of the house. Not being satisfied with that, he coniinued 
pushing him out of the. yard. Mr. Deming then drew a pistol and shot the man 
dead on the spot. The law justified him in doing it, but Mr. Deming felt very 
much distressed over the matter and was worried a great deal. He soon took 
down with fever and sent for the doctor to attend him. It was said that they 
poisoned him, for he died soon after. 

On 27 January 1846 my father and mother went into Nauvoo and received 
their blessings in the Temple of the Lord. Later my father was ordained a High 
Priest 10 Jtme 1847. In the spring of 1846 we crossed the Mississippi River and 
started west with the Saints. It was very rainy and muddy which made it slow 
traveling. My mother was feeble in health and my oldest sister, Lydia, was 
also afflicted with poor health (asthma) and they suffered a great deal as they 
were exposed to w et and cold with only one wagon for eleven in the family. 
As we had no tent some of us were obliged to sleep out on the ground in the 
open air in rain and storm. 

We traveled on and stopped at'Mt. Pisgah where we built a log house and 
put in some wheat and corn. As our supply of food was about gone we were 
obliged to go on and leave our improvements for others to enjoy. We travel- 
ed to Winter Quarters on the Missouri River afid were obliged to go down into 
the state of Missouri and work for provisions. We traveled about seventy -five 
miles down the river and stopped with Mr. Cole in a small log house where we 
stayed through the winter. We worked harvesting com and splitting rails. In 
the Spring of 1847 we moved down on the bottom to farm with Mr. Jacob H. 
Rose and we raised a large crop of com. There was a Government Post about 
sixty miles up the river and I started to haul corn to it expecting to sell it and 
get something to help us along. As the post was on the west side of the river , 
it was not convenient to cross the river during the winter on account of the 
floating ice that was floating most of the time. I decided to put the corn into 
the crib near the river and keep hauling until some time in February when the 
ice would freeze over sufficiently to bear up wagons. When it was frozen over, 
my younger brother, Andrew, and I went up and hauled corn over for a day and 
a half. Then it turned warm and the ice began to break. As we were hauling 
with cattle we hitched them three or four chain-lengths from the wagon, so if 
the wagon broke through, the oxen and wagon both would not go down. About 
four o'clock in the afternoon, we had gotten about one third of the way across 
the river with a big load of corn, when the wagon broke through the ice, and 
the com floated down the river to make a good bait for the catfish. We got 
help and got the wagon out and went home. That was the last time we got a- 
cross the river. We left the balance of the com in the crib and got nothing 
for it. 

In the Spring of 1848 we moved up towards Kanesville and stopped on Keg 
Creek, eighteen miles south .of Kanesville where there was a small branch of 
the Church organized with Elder Libeus G. Coons presiding. We stayed there 
four years and opened up and improved two farms. My brother, Elijah, came 



96 

home from California in the fall of 1849 while we were living on Keg Creek. 
The first summer it was thought best for me to go down into' Missouri to work 
out and get some means to help the family out. I started out afoot and alone, 
and traveled about a hundred miles, then stopped atTJttle town called Aragon, 
and went to work in the harvest field. 1 worked all through the harvest binding 
wheat for seventy-five cents per day. I was there tin the 4th of July. They had 
3 very grand celebration. There was a very long table, set in the grove, which 
was well loaded with roast beef, turkey," and everything that was desirable to a 
hungry man. Everybody was welcome to eat. After the harvest I returned 
home and worked on the farm with the boys, f 

The next summer I went again but not so far down into the state of Missouri. 
I worked for wheat and went back and got the ox team and hauled it home for 
bread and seed. 

In the fall of the year before we started to Utah, brother Elijah thought 
each o f us had better take a team and go down into Missouri and buy up two 
loads of apples as they were selling in Kanesville for a good price. We start- 
ed out and traveled down into Missouri some distance below St, Joseph and 
stopped at a Mrs, Thornton's who was a widow. She was well-off and had a 
large plantation and lots of negroes. We were treated very kindly and wete 
invited into the house to eat our meals with the family. We bought fifty bush- 
els ofapples from her and loaded our two wagons and started home. We stopped 
at St. Joseph on our return and called on General Doniphan who was a son-in- 
law to Mrs. Thornton, and also was a merchant in St, Joseph, He treated us 
very kindly and made us some presents from the store. We returned home after 
a long and hard trip. Levi, now seven, wanted an apple so badly but was told 
we must sell them for money to go to Utah, He was happy to get one very 
small apple. (Levi remembered this very vividly when he was 86 years old). 

While working out fifty miles from home 1 met with a serious accident which 
nearly cost me my life. While cutting wood the ax glanced and nearly cut my 
foot off at the instep. Father and Mother came and took me home where I was 
on crutches six months. During this six months Saphronia married Jacob Rose. 
fhey moved to the junction of the Missouri and Platte Rivers and established 
two ferry boats in 1849. Many were traveling through to California for gold so 
they did pretty well. My oldest brother, Elijah, and the younger boys establish- 
ed a s a w mill near father's farm and ran it one season before they sold it for 
$1,000.00. They used the money to get ready to come to Utah. 

In the spring of 1852 we sold out our farms and prepared for starting west 
with the saints. We went in the first company of 100 wagons. John M. Higby 
was the captain. Father was an excellent hand with his teams, took very good 
care of them. Andrew Lee taught his sons to take good care of theii animals 
and it was said by people in the Company that the Allen team was the best in 
the company and got to Utah in the best condition. Father was an excellent 
rope maker , and also knew how to dye for bright colors from the weeds and 
herbs for his tassels and decorations for his harnesses for his oxen. 

Our trip to Utah was a long and tiresome journey. We were about two 



97 
months and ahalfoptheroad. We arrived in Salt Lake City the 13th of August 
1852. In traveling L^ the Platte River I came near losing my life. We camp- 
ed for dinner one day by the river. Brother Clinton and I took a notion to swim 
across the river and see some immigrants that were camped on the other side. 
We swam with our clothes on and got over pretty well for the current was in our 
favoi. After we had stayed . 11 while and found out all we could, we started back, 
but the current was against us. Our clothing and shoes filled with sand which 
made it very Jiard for us to swim. We strove hard against the current but were 
carried down stream for a long way. There was a point of land that came out 
into the stream on the opposite side of the river and we Were trying with all our 
might to make that point. We were almost exhausted but we exened all the 
strength we had and were about to give up as lost when we were going past the 
point, we let our feet down and found that we could touch the bottom. We 
made our way out and were very thankful that our lives had been spared. 

We saw a good many buffalo on the road and the hunters killed several which 
'■ was a great treat. We thought it was the sweetest meat we ever ate. When we 
got up to the Black Hills our teams began to fail. Their feet became tired and 
sore. When we got to Sweetwater some of our cattle got poisoned on the alkali 
and died on the way. When we got within no miles of Salt Lake City, we 
came to Fort Bridger. A mountaineer, Mr, Bridget had lived there about 20 
years. He said that we could not raise a bushel of grain in that country on ac- 
count of frost. He said there was frost there every month of the year, 

when they reached the Green River it was so high that it wai necessary to 
raise their wagons six inches high in the bolster in order to keep theur loads dry. 
The train of wagons was quite long and were obliged to make a circle up the 
river to keep on the ford or in shallow water. The loaded wagon went over very 
well. .Each teamster was requested to wade through the river to drive his team, 
tying a rope to the ox on the near wheel (front right wheel) and holding on to it 
as they waded across. The last wagon got into the middle of the river in deep 
water. The current struck the wagon box and sent it rolling down the river. A 
woman in the wagon screamed for her life. The back wheels of the wagon 
came loose and went down the stream leaving the man with the team and front 
wheels standing in the river. The men seeing the woman in the box rushed in 
and got her to safety and a Brother Patten on a horse went in and helped the man 
out. They m a d e a cart of the box and front wheels and went their way very 
thankful. 

We stopped a few days in Salt Lake City and then moved south to Provo and 
made our home there. I hired to David W. Rogers to run his saw mill during 
the fall and got lumber to build a house. I went to Brother Edwin McGreen's 
school during the winter, Sidney, James, and Levi herded the cows of the 
community by the Provo River, Their lunch was one or two slices of dry bread 
which they would soak in the River and eat. Levi dreamed of the time he could 
raise lots of fruit trees. From that time forward wherever he lived he always 
managed to p la nt fruit trees for he had had such a little fruit when he was a 
growing boy. 



98 

The next fall there was a call for a company of men to go out east and 
bjiild a fort, .^out forty men went from Bountiful and Farmington« Brother 
John Nebeker went first and commenced to build a fort. They went out east 
to Fort Bridger, iio miles, then went about 12 miles southeast and located on 
what i s called Black's Fort. Brother Bullock was called to take charge of the 
company from ±e south ia which my brother, Andrew, and I were called to go. 
We started out late in the fall and crossed over the high range of mountains 
which w^re covered with snow, making it very hard to cross. We went on and 
joined Brother Nebeker 's company. The fort was laid off about forty rods square 
and there were log houses built on two sides. The other two sides were closed 
in by cutting and hauling pine logs, sixteen feet long and about one foot in dia- 
meter. These were sharpened at the top. They set the butt end in the ground 
four feet, then put poles between to batton in between. This made a good 
substantial fort. At one side we put in a large gate and drove our stock inside 
every night to keep the Indians from driving them off. 

There were a few wagons thai went back to Salt Lake City during the win- 
ter to bring out seed grain. They returned early in the spring and we went to 
work putting in the spring crops. Elder Orson Hyde, one of the Apostles, came 
outto see us early in the winter and as he was in charge of the mission, he gave 
us some good advice and counsel. Before Brother Hyde came to see us, some 
of theboyshad indulged in playing cards and dice and other games in the long 
evenings, H e persuaded them out of the practice. He told them to shun the 
very appearance of evil, and I did not see another game clayed while I was 
there. We held our meetings two and three times a wakk. We bore our 
testimonies one to another and enjoyed ourselves very much during the winter. 

Late in the spring my younger brother, James, came out to see us and stay- 
ed several weeks, I, with a few others, was released to go home soon after and 
a little later others were released to go home. Then finally they all went to 
work building walls around the city of Provo, The wall was to be four feet thick 
at the bottom and twelve feet high and two feet thick at the top. It was built 
by setting poles in the ground and fastening the tops together far enough apaxt 
to put boards inside to niake the wall the right thickness. The dirt was set and 
worked into a good mortar, and placed inside the boards and left there until 
die mortar got dry enough to be removed, and so on until we got it built to the 
top. It would dry as hard as adobe and made a good substantial wall, A man 
was required to make a rod of wall for every lot that he owned in the city. We 
built a rod of wall for every lot we owned, then went to work for other people 
and built quitea number of rodsof wall and took cattle and wagons in payment. 
This way we got us each a team and wagon, 

I was ordained a teacher by Elias Blackbum, Bishop, in 1853, and labored 
with Broiiier Tedrow for some time. 

As Charles C, Rich and Amasa Lyman had purchased a ranch in Lower Cal- 
ifornia in San Bernardino and had given their notes for forty thousand dollars 
and were wanting help to pay for the ranch* and as there was quite a company 
going through to California, Brother Andrew, Brother James, and I concluded 



99 
to go through with them. I will give some of the names of those who went 

through with the company; John Brush and family, James P. Hirons and family, 
Marion Haws and family, Brother McCarry and family, and Andrew J. Work- 
man and family. There were others in the company. 

We started out about the first of October 1855, down south through th' 
south settlements, to St, George, on to Santa Clara where we began to have 
some trouble with the Indians. Brother Hirons fell behind a short distance from 
the company and the Indians stepped in front of him and asked him to give 
them something to eat and some other things as shirts and pants or they would 
not let him go on. He gave them some shirts and pants and satisfied them 
sufficiently that they let him go. After that he found it convenient to keep 
up with the company. 

As we traveled down the Rio Virgin River about 40 miles it was very sandy 
and hard traveling and the weather was pretty warm. We traveled late in the 
evening and as we camped one night after driving rather late, we drove our 
cows up to milk them and found several of them had been shot with arrows 
for they were yet sticking in the cows and we pulled them out. TShe Indians 
had shot them from the roadside as we traveled in the night. 

We left the Virgin River and traveled over the bench land about 25 miles 
to Muddy Creek where there were a great many Indians living and farming , 
They were not hostile, but they were very troublesome and annoyed us very 
much by stealing many small articles around our wagons, which made it 
necessary for us to keep a sharp lookout. After resting our cattle for one day , 
we started over a sixty mile desert. The roads were somewhat sandy and very 
hard traveling. We were not prepared to take much water with us and we got 
very thirsty before we reached the Las Vegas Springs. There were quite a 
number of our brethren living there and making farms. We traveled on as best 
we could and were traveling' late the second night, when about 12 miles from 
water one of the wagon tires came off the wheel of Brother John Brush's wagon 
and he was forced to stop there until morning. He unyoked his oxen and sent 
them on with the company to water. We left what water we had with him 
which was very little. In the morning he put the tire on the wheel and waited 
there quite late in the day for the boys to drive his oxen back to him which 
they had promised to do. He got out of water and became uneasy and started 
on foot to water. But when he had traveled about two miles, he met the boys 
with the oxen and water. They went back, yoked up the oxen and drove on to 
water. We stayed there a few days and some of the boys traded horses for 
cattle and then we started on our journey which was very hard traveling. There 
was one desert after another almost all the way to San Bernardino, 

Afterwehad traveled for a few days we came to the Resting Springs, There 
we found four fat mules which had been lost by a freight train some time before 
and the boys caught them and took them along with us. We had not seen any 
Indians for several days and we began to scaner out and travel on as best we 
could, the best teams getting on to water first. On one of these deserts a 
Brother Borin came near loosing his life. I was well acquainted widi Brother 



lOO 

Borin, On a previous journey with a party from Provo, Brother Borin had stopped 
overnight while the rest of die party went on to Salt Springs, The next morn- 
ing after traveling some distance o n the desert. Brother Borin started on foot 
and alone leaving his wagon and driver to follow. He thought he w o u 1 d go 
on to the Salt Springs where there would be some of the company camped who 
had gone on the day before. He walked much faster than his wagon traveled 
and was soon out of sight of the wagons and was about five miles from the 
Springs, He looked toward the mountains on the right and saw one lone llndian 
coming toward* him. He walked faster hoping to get to the Springs before the 
Indian should get to him. But the Indian walked faster when he saw the man 
hunying on. Brother Borin had no weapon with him except an old pocket knife. 
The Indian soon took in the situation. He had a good bow and plenty of anows, 
so he came in front of Brother Borin and told him to pull off his shirt and give 
it to him. When Brother Borin told him "no" and started on his way, the Indian 
stepped in front of him again and drew his bow and arrow. Brother Borin thought 
he had better begin to take oflf his shirt. He snatched hold of the bow instead. 
They had a scuffle for it, but the Indian was so strong that Brother Borin could 
not take it away from him. After they had scuffled for some time and neither 
prevailed. Brother Borin thought of his old pocket knife, Ifhe could just get it 
out and cut the string on the bow, he would have a pretty good show for his life. 
He managed to get it out and about got it opened when the Indian, thinking he 
was going to stab him, let loose of the bow and anows and ran for dear life. 
That was the last he saw of the Indian, Brother Borin took the bow and arrows 
with him into camp and was thankful to get off so well. 

We traveled on to Bitter Springs and passed the place where Thomas Williams 
andjackman were shot by the Indians a short time after we had gone through . 
They were going through to San Bemardtno for some goods with a mule-tiain- 
freight, to take to Salt Lake City, They had two Indians traveling across the 
desert with them who herded their animals at night. The Indians had been 
very trusty and had been thought they were quite safe. When Williams and 
Jackman had laid off their pistols for the first time on the road, they got on 
their horses and rode some distance out on the desert to look for feed as it was 
scarce in that part of the country. They took the two Indians with them so they 
could tell them where to herd the animals on the best feed. After they were 
away from the road several miles the Indians, who were afoot, came close to 
them and began shooting arrows into them. The men had no fire-arms, and all 
they could do was to put spurs to their mules and go for their wagons. But they 
did not get out of reach of their arrows until they were both mortally wounded. 
Thomas Williams died soon after he had reached the wagons, and was buried 
there on the desert. Jackman lived about three weeks. He turned the train 
around and started it back to Salt Lake City while he took the best team and 
pushed on to California, where he could get help. He died a few days after 
he got in. 

We traveled on from there in a scattered condition, the best teams getting 
through first. After we struck the Mojave River we traveled up that about forty 



lOI 
miles then crossed over the Sierra Nevada Mountains, into San Bernardino , 
California. We went over into the timber, onto the "bottom" and camped 
near Gilbert Bickmore's, He was a relative to us by marriage. There was a 
company of men preparing to go out on a hunting trip. My brothers, Andrew 
and James, concluded to go along with them. They traded for some horses and 
'went along. I stayed to keep camp, I had not been well for some time and 
was taken down sick with mountain fever a few days after they had gone. I was 
very sick and came near dying. I went to Gilbert Bickmore's home to be taken 
care of. I was somewhat neglected and the fever ran on for about twenty days. 
I became very weak and the folks had given up all hopes of my living. When 
my brothers came home, I was very low. They had been up in the mountains 
about fifty miles to hunt bear. They returned to Brother Bickmore's home and 
he told them 1 was not expected to live, and advised them not to go in or dis- 
turb me until morning but they could not wait. They came in and talked to 
me and I was glad to see them. They watched over me day and night until I 
was better. They went up to town and got Charles C. Rich to come and ad- 
minister to me and the fever soon left me and I commenced to get better until 
I was stout and healthy. 

We fixed Up our wagons and went to hauling lumber from the Jefferson Hunt 
sawmill in the mountains about twelve miles from San Bernardino into the 
town, for which we got fifteen dollars per thousand. We purchased sixty acres 
of land from Brother Rich off his own ranch and we gave our note for six hun- 
dred dollars which we paid along as we could. We made each of us a good 
home. After we had been there about two years there was some freight to be 
hauled through to Salt Lake City, I rigged up a six mule team, and my brother, 
Andrew, a four horse team and loaded for the trip to Salt Lake City. It was 
a very tiresome uip across the desert. We traveled day and night a good deal 
of the time, W e stopped in Provo at my father's house and stayed all night. 
My younger sister, Julia, had died since I had left home, and my sister, Susan, 
had married John Goaslind and had moved to Ogden to live. My brother, Eli- 
jah, had moved to Fort Herriman across the Jordan aboiit twenty miles south- 
west from Salt Lake City. We unloaded our freight in the city and went to Fort 
Herriman to see him. Then we went to Ogden to see Susan and made them 
all a nice visit. My sister, Lydia, was living at home (being an invalid) and 
also my mother being weakly k wethought that it might be good for their health 
to go to California, It was in the spring of the year and we took them, along 
with my brothers, Sidney and Levi, and went back to San Bernardino, The 
water was very high crossing the Rio Virgin River which we had to cross about 
sixteen times. Some of the small mules had to swim about seven of the cross- 
ings. After a long and tiresome journey we got through to California all right. 

My sister, Saphronia, had married Jacob H. Rose and had gone north through 
to Carson Valley in Nevada where there was a branch of the church organized 
with Orson Hyde presiding over It. I received a letter from my sister stating 
that her health was poor and that she would come down to San Bernardino if 
one of us would come after her. It was decided that I should go so I got ready 



102 

and Started up the coast on the water. I went to San Pedio, a seaport, and got 
on a steam-vessel called "Senator", and started out on the sea for the first time. 
I w a s a little seasick but was able to eat my regular meals. We were out of 
sight of land for about a half day. After sailing about three days and nights we 
arrived at San Francisco and entered the Golden Gate which was about one half 
mile wide. We sailed into the beautiful bay which was about twelve miles a- 
cross. I stayed all night in San Francisco and in the morning I got on a small 
steamboat called "Antelope", started across the bay and entered the mouth of 
the Sacramento River. We went up the river one hundred and fifty miles to 
Sacramento City. A s we were running up the river we collided with a small 
fishing boat. There were three men in it. The moon was shining brightly tiiat 
night and as I was standing on the front of the boat, I saw the boat with the 
three men in it and heard them say, "Hold on, hold on. " But our boat could 
not stop quickly enough and struck the little boat and capsized it. The men 
were heard below calling for help. A small boat was lowered from the steamer 
and sent back after the men. It reached them and got them on board. They 
were taken to Sacramento. 

I had breakfast and took the train to Fulsom which is about twenty.-five 
miles from Sacramento City. It was the only railroad in California at the time, 
I then took the stage and went to Hangtown, and from there we crossed over 
100 miles of Sierra Nevada Mountain range and reached Carson City, Nevada, 
The mountains were covered with large pine timber which made the road very 
rough. The road was nearly all dugways up one mountain and down the other 
all the way over the range, I went to Carson City and on to the Carson River 
to Chinatown where my sister and brother-in-law were living* There were a 
great many immigrants who came across the plains and around the north route 
to Carson Valley, 

There was a great deal of excitement about the gold mines about that time, 
I stayed there through the winter,- The snow fell heavy on the mountains (it 
was said to be 15 to 20 feet deep. ) It stopped all travel for about six weeks, 
iii which time flour came to the price of $75 per hundred and other things in 
proportion. There were quite a number of rich goldbeds struck during the win- 
ter. The Comstock bed was struck that winter while I was there. It was sup- 
posed to be the richest mine struck in that part of the country. Also die Vir- 
ginia bed was struck. My brother-in-law had taken the water out of the Carson 
River onto a large gold flat where a man could wash out about five dollars a 
day. He had the Chinamen working on it on shares. Brother Orson Hyde had 
built a^ sawmill in the upper part of the valley and had gone to Utah and left it 
in care of Mr. Rose, Lumber was bringing in a good price in the mines and I 
hauled lumber out to the mines and got sufficient money to take myself, my 
sistM and her little daughter, Jane, back to San Bernardino. We started late 
in t h e spring on account of there being so much snow in the mountains. We 
went on horseback the first part of the way and then to Sacramento, then down 
the rivet to San Francisco, stayed overnight there, took the steam vessel to 
Lower California. We landed at San Pedro, took the stage to Los Angeles where 



103 

we stayed all night and caught the stage in the morning. We traveled fifty 
miles that day and arrived home in the evening. 

W e were glad to get home and our folks were glad to see us. My mother 
and sister, Lydia, had improved in health. Brother Andrew had put up a wa- 
gon shop and was at work making and repairing wagons. Brother Jam.es was 
doing the iron work. Brother Sidney had gone back to Utah, and James had 
married Mary Mathews. We worked on until the fall of 1862. My mother had 
a desire to go back to Utah and see her children. She began to feel that her 
days were numbered so we fixed up two wagons and one carriage for the trip. 
My mother, Lydia, Andrew, Levi, and I started back to Utah. James stayed 
and took care of the real estate and what was left behind. With a few other 
teams and wagons, we started on the long and tiresome- road once more. We 
made the trip of about 1000 miles of bad road in about 30 days. We stopped 
at Fort Herriman and made a week's visit with Brother Elijah. Then we went 
to Cache Valley to visit Sidney who had married Lucretia vVinn, and Susan who 
had manied John Goaslind. We established a home on twenty acres of land 
east of Richmond. It was a sad winter as our only cow died, there was no lo- 
cal work, and Mother's and Lydia's health was poor. We older boys went away 
from home to work and freight, and Levi was left to care for Mother and Lydia. 
They made comfortable the three room log house, planted fruit trees, and Levi 
and Lydia cared for Mother until she died 7 Dec. 1862 in Richmond. Lydia 
and Levi continued to live in the home in Richmond untU Lydia died 15 Oct. 
1870, LevimeanwhQe had filed on 160 acres but gave it up when Lydia died. 

(Andrew Lee AllenmarriedsecondMarthaChristina Johansen 30 May 1863, 
she was a widow with children. They separated and he manied third Ann 
Hughes 16 Nov, 1867. She was a Welsh convert to the Church of Jesus Christ 
and was a good loyal wife, ) 

In the spring of 1863 there was a call for one hundred wagons to go down 
to the Missouri River to bring some immigrants to Utah who had come from 
Europe and other parts of the country. They were stationed in Florence on the 
Missiouri River where we were supposed to meet them. Four yoke of oxen were 
required for each wagon and I was called to go as night guard, I was required' 
to be on duty half of every night and help to bring in the canle e¥ery morning. 
We started from Richmond, Cache Valley on 14 April. The roads were pretty 
bad over the mountains as the snow had not melted. There were other com- 
panies called from other pans of Utah, five in all, who went down that season 
to the Missouri River after pilgrims. One hundred wagons in each company and 
four yoke of oxen on each wagon made a great deal of travel on the road that 
summer. We ^ ere about three months going down to the Missouri River and 
were obliged to stay there for some time waiting for the steamboat to bring the 
Immigrants up the river. When they came we loaded up and started back. It 
was a hard and tiresome journey. We were glad to get back to Utah again. 
We were gone about eight months from home. Andrew had been out north for 
the summer with freight and had returned home. We concluded to go back to 
California that winter, sell our real estate and come back to Cache Valley to 



104 

make our home. 

We started with a wagon and two spans o f animals. The snow was on the 
ground and the wagon wheels squeaked in the snow as we traveled along. The 
days and nights were very cold. When we got into southern Utah we came in 
company with some other wagons that were going through to California which 
was good luck for us as two or three wagons were too small a group to be safe. 

We got into California all right and sold off our property as best we could 
though the price of land was very cheap. We took the most of the value of 
our property in hom-stock as they were a low price there but were a good price 
in Utah. We gathered up about lOO head of cattle and rigged up our teams 
and wagons for the trip, James sold out and took his family and our sister, 
ijaphronia, and came with us. (Saphronia had married Abraham Foster, for 
her first marriage was unsuccessful). We all started for Utah in company with 
a few other wagons. Driving the herd of stock made it very slow traveling. 
We traveled on as best we could and when we got out into the Indian country 
we hired the Indians to herd the stock at night. When we got to Resting Springs, 
we left the Indians to take the cattle out as usual. When they drove them into 
camp in the m.orning they received their pay for herding and started off up the 
wash. Andrew, having charge of the herd, looked around and saw that four 
head o f work oxen were gone. He sent one of the men after the Indians and 
he brought them back. As the Indians oumumbered us about three to one , 
they became very angry and strung up their bows and got theix arrows ready to 
fight us. We were all armed And Andrew went out and talked to them and told 
them that it would be all right as soon as the Indians had brought in the four 
head of missing cattle. They finally cooled down and one started off after the 
cattle on foot with Mr. Cheney, the herder, on horseback with pistol in hand 
after him. The Indian took a straight line after the cattle about three miles 
away in a little valley where they had left them. They returned with the 
animals and the prisoners were given up. 

We traveled on, not knowing when they would fall on us and take our scalps 
for they were very treacherous and would take advantage of us when they could. 
We finally got to Fort Herriman and made Elijah a visit. Then we went on to 
Cache Valley and made our home there. We bought some land and went to 
farming, got us some city lots and built some houses. I was married to Eliza- 
beth Adelaide Hoopes and lived in Richmond City until we had five children , 
all boys. Then we went three miles north of Richmond and took up i6o acres 
of land. 1 went to work and made a good home. 

I had been to Salt Lake City and received my endowments and blessings 
in the house of the Lord. I was ordained an Elder and called to act as a teacher 
in the Richmond Ward for some time. After we moved out on the farm where 
there were about fifteen families, we were set off in a district called Cove- 
vUleand I was called to preside for five years over that branch of the Church. 
I worked hard in the summer to make and secure my crops and worked in the 
canyon during the winter exposed to the weather. I b eg an to feel the worse 
for it as I began to be troubled with rheumatism and thought it would be bettei 



105 
for my health if I would go to a warmer climate. I concluded I would go to 

Arizona as there had b e e n a great many called to go south to suengthen the 
settlements. They wanted more to go so I sold my home to Andrew and Levi 
in the fall of 1882, and on the 3rd of October we started south with two wagons, 
one carriage, and twelve head of horses. 

We stopped in St. George and worked two days in the temple and did what 
we could before we started on and crossed the Colorado River. We arrived at 
Mesa 13 Nov. 1882. We camped with Brother Hakes a few days. Then we 
bought a house and lot from Ed Thomas and moved in. We went to work haul- 
ing hay for Brother Standage on shares and got enough hay to do us through the 
winter. 

Shortly afterwards I bought a claim on a hundred and sixty acres of land 
from John M. Lewis which belonged to Henry J. Home, who had gone to San 
Pedro. The land had a house on it into which we moved. We went to work 
on the Mesa canal and I was soon elected one of the directors of the Mesa Canal 
Company. I served several years in that capacity. 1 also acted as president of 
the board for some time. I filled the office of school trustee for several years. 
I was ordained a High Priest 10 Dec. 1882, by C. L Robson and was set apart 
a s a High Councilman of the Maricopa Stake of Zion and was chosen as first 
counselor to Jesse P, Steele in the High Priest Quorum, I was called to labor 
as an Indian Missionary by A, F. Macdonald, Stake President. 1 labored in 
that capacity for a number of years. When Jesse P. Steele left the stake of 
Zion I was called to preside over the High Priest Quorum and was set apart for 
that office by Erastus Snow, one of the Twelve Apostles on 19 Dec. 1885. 
I traveled with President Macdonald up and down Salt River and Gila River 
preaching and talking to the Lamanites and assisted in baptizing and confirm- 
ing many into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I also blessed 
many children. I also went with C. L Robson and H. C. Rogers three trips 
south f ro m one hundred to two hundred miles and caused many to rejoice in 
in the principles of the Gospel, 

On the 19 Nov. 1889 I met with a great loss. I was called to part with 
my dear beloved wife, Elizabeth Adelaide Hoopes Allen. She was a good wife 
and a kind and fond mother. This loss caused me much grief and sorrow and 
I felt it greatly. She died as she had lived — a good Latter-day Saint, full 
of faith and hope of a glorious resurrection. 

In the summer of 1890 I went to Logan, Cache County, Utah and worked 
in the Temple for some time for the dead. There I became acquainted with 
Annie Eliza Jones and was married to her in the Logan Temple 30 Oct, 1 890. 
We then returned home to Mesa City, Maricopa County, Arizona. My v/ife 
h a d a sister living over on the Gila River in the St. Joseph Stake of Zion and 
w e went over there and made her a visit. We were gone about three weeks . 
I labored among the Lamanites a great deal and had much pleasure in my 
labors. 

I desire w Ith the help of the Lord that I will be able to hold out faithful 
to the end. 



io6 

Signed, Charles H, Allen; 28 Feb, 1896. 

Charles Hopkins Allen was a good man, bearing a strong testimony of the 
truthfulness of the Gospel as long as he lived. He was also quite humorous in 
a droll fashion. 

His young daughter, Deborah, was musical and was capable of playing all 
the church hymns and folk songs when she was very young. He would sit in his 
rocking chair listening or humming while she played. As she grew older she 
studied more advanced classical music with which to surprise her father. He 
d id not care for classical music though Deborah didn't know it. He listened 
patiently until she fLaished her piece. Then, without comment, he said, "Now 
play something you know. " 

One of the favorite stories about him which has been handed down through- 
his family is the story of the sick cow. Charles was rocking on his front poich 
one day singing, "Come, Come Ye Saints" when two of his sons approached 
him about their sick cow, asking him to come help them do something for her. 
Without ceasing his rocking he calmly remarked, "Tain't'worth the trouble, 
let her die. ", and went on with his song. The boys and their mother tended to 
the cow and she recovered. 

He was a praying man, but was not showy about his feelings toward his 
God. Many times his family members observed him praying in the orchard 
and the creek bottom. He was humble in his different callings in the church 
and was set apart to be a Stake Patriarch 8 Sept. 191 2. The following was 
submitted for publication by his daughter Clarinda: 

Father told me this about a year before he died while I was visiting him. 
I don't know where else it is recorded. 

"About the last of Feb. 1880 I c a m e home from the canyon and found a 
skunk under the granary. I ran and got the gun and in my hurry I did not get 
the cartridge in right, and when I fired it, shot backwards and filled my face 
with powder--two grains in one eye and three in the other- -but it did not affect 
the sight. 1 w a s knocked down flat on ray back and was helped in the house 
by my wife where I stayed three days suffering greatly with pain in my head. 
The third night my wife was worn out so a neighbor woman, a midwife, sat 
with me. That night my spirit left my body and- went to a place where I saw 
a room all white with children in it all dressed in white, and lace on the chairs 
which I thought was hand made. I could see through the walls and doors as if 
it were glass, but when I tried to open the door it was locked. 1 then saw some 
people gathering as for a meeting in another larger room, 1 took a good view 
and went around to enter when my spirit returned to my body and I exclaimed , 
"I am healed! It is a miracle! " The pain had all left my head. The woman 
said. "Keep still and try to get a little rest. " She thought I was out of my 
head but I was not. In a few days I was around at my work again. I thought 
it was not my time to die and if I was good enough I could sometime go to 
that place. " 

Clarinda Knapp Allen. Wilcox. 



107 
ELIZABETH ADELAIDE HOOPES ALLEN 

Elizabeth Adelaide Hoopes Allen wasoneof the first babies born in a cov- 
ered wagon during the time her L. D. S. parents were being driven from their 
home in Missouri. Her early life was filled with trials and tribulations as ex- 
perienced by thousands of faithful saints. Her father was a shoemakerand her 
mother a very refined lady o f great faith and energy. While living near St. 
Joseph, Missouri her father worked at burning charcoal and was very prosperous» 
Her mother's health was poor. Her father was counseled to join the saints at 
Florence, Nebraska and prepare to immigrate to Utah but he did not heed the 
counsel. Soon after a non- Mormon family was burned in their home and the 
Mormons were accused of committing the deed. After much controversy, her 
father and a Brother Lincoln were taken to prison by the sheriff for protection 
from the mob. They remained there ten months and were proved innocent and 
were released. The fa m ily was reduced to a state of poverty as all his ac- 
cumulated wealth was spent for lawyer's fees. Her mother made willow baskets 
for the children to sjell which made them a living. 

While crossing the plains, Elizabeth was given the responsibility to care for 
the children, especially the baby. The other children drove the loose cattle. 
One of the cows had a calf which took all of the milk. The Hoopes family was 
given permission to tie the calf up at night so they could have the milk in the 
morning for the children. No one offered to catch the calf, so Elizabeth Ade- 
laide undertook the task. She got the rope around the neck and the calf began 
to run. It pulled her through the slough brush, and rough places before she lost 
her grip. Help was necessary before she got the calf tied. 

After their arrival in, Salt Lake City in 1857, they moved to Bountiful and 
then on to Cache Valley where she helped her father herd the sheep and cattle 
and helped with the general outside work. 

When 17 years of age she met Charles Hopkins Allen. He was courting her 
girlfriend, Belinda Bair. Belinda was Elizabeth's luncheon guest one day and 
arrived wearing a very fancy bonnet. After much teasing she admitted she had 
made arrangements for Charles to see her home. Elizabeth playfully hid the 
prizebonnetwhenshesaw Charles coming. In the turmoil and nonsense during 
the search for the bonnet it fell from its hidding place from behind the door. 
Elizabeth snatched it up and ran, but Charles and his whip were too fast for her. 
He later told her that he fell in love with her the day he wrapped his whip a- 
round her. Although he was 17 years her senior she seemed to share his feel- 
ings and consented to be his wife. Their first five children, all boys, were 
born while they lived in Richmond, Utah. Five other children, four girls and 
a boy, were born in Cove, Utah. 

During this period the Indians were still unconuolled. On one occasion 
when her husband was away getting wood, an Indian buck came and demanded 
food. She was not of a nervous nature and she prepared him something to eat. 
While doing so she noticed his gaff^e was rivoted on a rifle on the wall. As he 
started for the gun she gave him an unexpected forceful shove which landed 
h i ra outside the kitchen door attached by a blanket to a nail. In spite of his 



io8 

humiliation he admired her bravery and he left without any more uouble. 

Elizabeth Adelaide was very friendly and iier doors were always open to 
welcome friends and relatives. She promoted the spirit of home entertainment 
for keeping children under the family roof and" possessed the spirit of "Home 
Evening" long before the prophet of the Lord recommended it throughout the 
Church. She was a very capable woman being able to do anything from 
knitting stockings to butchering pigs. She was bandy with the spinning wheel 
and the loom and was very active in church activities. 

When the call came to go to Arizona, she readily agreed as her husband 
was suffferlng from rheumatism. Brother Elijah learned of its climatic values 
. while a member of the Mormon battalion going through that region. On the 
13 Nov. 1882 they entered what is now Mesa, Arizona. She endured many 
hardships pioneering in that area, particularlya smallpox epidemic and child- 
birth. When the last of her fourteen children was born 1 3 Nov. 1889, Eliza- 
beth Adelaide died. She gave her life to give life to another. Her unlimited 
faith, courage, and charity influenced the many people she met. Her entire 
life was devoted to the service of others but she never neglected her devoted 
husband and loving children. Her last request was that her tithing be paid on 
some butter she sold so she might be squared with her tithing. 

ANNIE ELIZA JONES 

she was bom the lOth Nov. 1869 in New Hope, Hawkens Co. , Tennessee. 
Her parents were James Allen Jones and Minerva Ann Lawson. Her father ser- 
ved in the Union Army during the Civil War and, as the family was located In 
Tennessee, they suffered the plunderings and atrocities of both armies. At the 
end of the Wat the family possessed only one quilt, everything else having 
been stolen. They were in constant fear of liieir lives during this period. Her 
father witnessed the ruins of the Nauvoo Temple when he was serving in the 
Army. 

Revival meetings were being held in those days but Annie Eliza was not 
impressed with the teachings. Before her mother died there were some elders 
of the Church of Jesus Christ traveling through Tennessee, The message they 
canied appealed to Annie Eliza and she was baptized into the Church, 

Her early life was typical of the area in which she lived. They farmed 
and traded, made their own clothing, and enjoyed home entertainment . 
Annie's father was illiterate so he encouraged his children to go to school. 
Annie won many of the spelling matches she took part in. Her uncle was well 
educated and he was considered the best doctor in Tennessee at the time. 

After the death of her mother, Annie Eliza came to Utah to live. She 
worked in American Fork, Utah; Pocatello, Idaho; and Logan before her marri- 
age to Charles Hopkins Allen 30 Oct, 1890, Her son Ira, by a previous union, 
was adopted and sealed to her and Charles at the time of the marriage. They 
came to Mesa, Arizona to live. 

She was extremely impressed by the faith and prayers of the Mesa people. 
Aftei her arrival the area was suffering from a severe drought. President Hakes 
of the Maricopa Stake was iartioenlx and was approached by a Phoenix lawyer 



109 
whosaidtohim, "Hakes, why don't you Mormons start praying fbr rain?" Hakes 
said, "All right we will, " That night it started to rain. It rained until the 
the river flooded, water ran down the main street and into the stores, and the 
lawyer hurriedly got word to President Hakes saying. "For heaven's sake, you 
Mormons stop praying i " 

Sheneversawan Indian until she came to Arizona. Until she became used 
to it she was frightened everytime she looked up and saw one peeking in the 
window (which was a curious habit with the Indians). The Indians would pass in 
droves on horses going on a rabbit hunt. They were yelling and excited as they 
drove their rabbits before them through the brush. The group would circle the 
rabbits and shoot them with bows and arrows. 

Dairying and farming provided an income while her husband did mission- 
ary work with the Indians. They raised some fruit and a few vegetabfes. 
Raising their family of nine children was very expensive and as her husband 
was quite elderly she helped out by doing practical nursing. She did lots of 
charity nursing as well as nursing under Dr. J. B. Nelson,' Dr. B. B. Moeur, and 
Dr. Drane. Obstretrics was her specialty and she assisted in many infant de- 
liveries. One of her favorite stories during her nursing career was of Dr. Moeur 
trying to persuade a lady who really wasn't sick to get out of bed. She refused 
so he quickly struck a match and set the bedcovers afire. When Annie later 
asked him how the lady was doing, he said, "She was fighting fire the last 
time I saw her! " Most o f her nursing was done under Dr. Nelson's direction. 
He was a convert from Denmark and had been blessed and set apart to become 
a doctor when in Utah. He used both medical science and the holy priesthood 
in doctoring the sick. He performed many wonderful miracles of doc t6ring 
during the time she nursed for him. 

When she became too old to nurse, she visited often with her married child- 
ren and made rag rugs for them. She had a great sense of humor and enjoyed 
a hearty joke. 

ELIJAH ALLEN 

ELIJAH ALLEN, the oldest son of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen, 
was born in the town of Burton, Cattaraugus Co. , N. Y. , 7 Feb. 1826. His 
father was a prosperous farmer who owned a large grove of sugar maple trees 
and a nice home. After the family joined the Church, they sold this home and 
moved to Kirtland, Ohio. From Kirt land the family moved from place to 
place and endured many hardships. 

While Elijah was still in his teens he went out to try and find work. He 
went west a^d crossed the Mississippi River and traveled through the counay for 
sometime but failed to find any work so he returned to Nauvoo, Illinois and 
called on President Brigham Young and asked for counsel. President Young 
told him to stop with him and go to work, which he did. He remained with 
President Young until the Church moved West and drove a team through to 
Winter Quarters on the Missouri Riv,^. While they were at Winter 'Quarters the 
government made a call for 506 men and President Young asked Elijah if he 
would go. He accepted. President Young then gave him a blessing and told 



no 

him he would make the journey in safety and return again to his parents in 

good health. 

He marched as a private in Company "B" to California. While on his way 
to California he became seriously ill and the party was compelled to wait sev- 
eral days for him to recover. One evening as the company sat around the 
campfire deciding what to do next, Elijah heard the captain of the Company 
"B" make the remark that they wfere due at a certain place at a certain time 
and that Mr. Allen's sickness was the only thing that was holding them back, 
so they decided to puthim in the back of a wagon and travel with him anyway. 
Their plans were to start before daylight the next morning. During the night, 
as he did not feel well enough to make the trip and was afraid that the party 
would be compelled to stop again on his account, he crawled out of the wagon 
and off into the sagebrush to die. As he lay there suffering he heard the wa- 
gons pulling out, leaving him behind. The thought of Brigham Young's bless- 
ing came to his m ind and he thought to himself, this is one time Brigham 
Young's prophecies would not be fulfilled. When all wagons were out of sight 
he crawled back to the campfire, laid down and fell asleep. There he had a 
dream that the things Brigham Young had told him would come to pass. 

As the hours went by the doctor of the Company decided that he had better 
look back into the wagon and see how the sick man was and he discovered that 
he wasn't there. This provoked the captain and he said, "That is just like that 
independent boy" and he ordered some men to turn back and find him. They 
foimd him lying asleep by the campfire. After scolding him severely, he was 
placed back into the wagon and they started again on the journey. It seemed 
to the sick man that the Jolts of the wagon were almost more than he could 
bear. By nightfall, however, he was feeling better, and gradually he gained 
suength as the days went by. After reaching California he was discharged , 
along with the other membersof his camp, on i6 July 1847. (21 years of age. ) 

Again he was taken ill. After his recovery this time he obtained employ - 
ment at the San Gabriel -Mission where he worked until 1848. In February of 
that year, together with about a dozen other men, he started for Great Salt Lake 
Valley with about 200 head of cattle that had been purchased for the Church. 
After a difficult journey he arrived in Salt Lake Valley in the latter part of 
May 1848. He traded a sac k of gold dust, which he had brought from Cali. - 
fortrla, for twenty acres of land in the hean of Salt Lake Valley. Later he 
traded that property for a larger piece of ground where Fort Douglass is now 
located. There he commenced farming. He paid a man $5. 00 for a bushel 
o f seed com and $5. 00 for half a bushel of buckwheat. He paid 2<^<t a pound 
for flour to make his bread. Crickets totally destroyed his crop. 

Later in the year of 1849 he sold his property for $5.00 and a suit of ill 
fitting jeans and started for the States with Mr. Miles Goodyear. He drove a 
pair of horses. At Sweet Water they met President Young and his company en- 
route to the Valley. After Brigham Young had greeted him he looked him over 
thoroughly, took him to the back of the wagon belonging to himself, and 
.brought out a suit of store clothes and fitted him out. Mr. Allen then repeated 



Ill 
his experiences to Brlgham Young and told him about the blessing and how It 
had all come to pass and all the things had been fulfilled. Brlgham Young then 
gave him another blessing that he would find his people and come back to Utah. 

He journeyed East and crossed the Missouri River on 23 Oct. 1849. His 
father's family had moved to Camp Creek near Council Bluff and 18 miles 
south of Kanesville where they had a small branch of the Church. They lived 
here four years and improved two farms. It was here that Elijah met his father 
and mother, brothers and sisters from whom he had been separated about two 
years and three months. 

Elijah traded for a mlll»site about two miles below CoonsvlUe where he 
and his brothers put up a saw mill -and ran it one season and then when they 
were ready to start to Utah they sold the mill for $1,000 and took it In cattle 
and wagons and other things to fit them for the trip. 

Elijah had married Eliza Ann Bickmore before leaving the States, probably 
at CoonsvlUe 2 May 1852. He and his wife arrived In Salt Lake City 13 Aug. 
1852, camped on the public square a week and then went on to Provo. They 
lived a t Provo a few years then moved to Fort Herrlman where he farmed for 
a living. 

His constant companion while In the Mormon Battallloawas a brother of the 
woman he married and It was he who introduced Elijah to her. While living 
In Provo, Utahhe was an active member of the Twenty-first Quorum of Seven- 
ties. Five ofhls children were born at Fort Herrlman, Salt Lake County, Utah, 
and two were born at Provo, He died at Fort Herrlman 21 Apr. 1866 leaving 
a widow with seven small children. 

ELIZA ANN BICKMORE 

Eliza Ann Bickmore was born 29 Jan. 1830 in Madison, Illinois. She was 

the daughter of William and Christine Bagley Bickmore and was one of a large 
family though all the other names of the family are not known. Two brothers , 
Gilbert and Orlando, and two sisters, Christine and Fidelia, are listed on the 
records. Fidelia married a man named Kidd and lived at Fort Herrlman. 

Eliza Ann had her endowments 7 Feb. 1846. After the return of the Mor- 
mon Battalion she met and married Elijah Allen In 1852 and accompanied him 
and his father's family to Utah. After a short stay in Provo they settled in Fort 
Herrlman. They had seven children, one daughter and six sons. Her husband 
died 21 Apr. 1866 as a result of the hu.rd trip and severe treatment he received 
with the Mormon Battalion. He never knew what good health was after that 
journey. Her husband's brothers, Charles, Andrew and Levi, had her move to 
Richmond with her family so they could help to look after her. They must 
have been in very strained circumstances as the children had to go without shoes 
in the wintertime. Andrew said he went to :'%hool barefoot when quite a good 
sized boy. 

Eliza Ann was a hard working woman. The family kept sheep and she spun 
and wove the c 1 o t h for all their clothing. She knit the socs, wove carpets , 
churned and made butter, made good salt-rising bread in the summer and yeast 
bread in the winter.. She was quick about her work and could wash, chum. 



112 

bake, and iron in one day besides getting the meals, she was a good "plain 
food" cook and her meals were always appetizing. She taught her family to 
work. The people of Richmond would put all their cows together in one herd 
and hire her boys to herd them. They hired Eliza Ann's sons, two at a time , 
until they got old enough to do a man's work. Her son, Elijah, worked in the 
canyon and Wiil worked down in the lead mines in Bingham, Utah. Will be- 
came leaded and it affected his mind. He died at an early age. 

The family first lived in a little log house in the northeast part of Richmond . 
As the boys grew older, Elijah homesteaded land out in Coveville and the 
family moved out there in a one room log house. They stayed there and built 
a nice two room frame house with lumber they cut in the canyon. It was 
painted white. Elijah got pneumonia working in the canyon and died. Eliza 
Ann lived in this home until her children were all married and then she lived 
with one or another of the children, wherever she was needed until she died in 
March 1901. She was religious in a quiet way and attended church wherever 
she could. She was a very good woman and was notably neat and clean. 

(A tribute paid to Aunt Eliza Ann Bickmore Allen from Lydia S. Pumell). 

Their firsthome was in a village 20 miles southwest of Salt Lake City call- 
ed Fort Herriman, where her children were born and her husband died. Some 
time after his death, his brothers moved her to Richmond, Cache Valley, Utah, 
that they might help her with their counsel and management. 

She had a yoke of cattle, a wagon, household furniture, a few cows, sheep 
and chickens and pigs, which they had accumulated while her husband was a- 
live. She bought a city lot with one log room, some sheds and corrals to shel- 
ter the animals, thus, she started anew to make a home and raise her family, 
which consisted of six boys and one girl ranging in age from 13 to 2 years. My 
purpose in writing this tribute is to show how she did it. She kept her family 
together, taught them to work, and to be honest and obedient. She was kind 
to them and worked hard to keep them clothed and fed. She made cloth for 
clothing, stockings, blankets and quilts with the wool from her sheep. After 
a few years they built a good log room with shingled roof and an attic where 
the boys slept. 

When I was about I2 years old, I made many visits with them as her dau- 
ghter, Eliza Ann, was near my age. Aunt always made me welcome. The 
boys were agreeable. It was a real home where peace and freedom were en- 
joyed. The children were permitted to play games, chatter, tell riddles, pop 
popcorn, and make molasses candy. Aunt seemed to enjoy the fun with the 
children who went to school in the winter. The children always had their 
friends to chum around with. There was no disposition to be unruly. They just 
went along good naturedly about their duties. I do not say they were perfect, 
I suppose they disagreed, spoke loudly sometimes, but on the whole they got 
along fairly peaceably. I never heard of any of them leaving home or com- 
mitting any drastic offense. Young Elijah homesteaded a quarter section of 
land in Cove, Utah which is about three miles north of Richmond. The boys 
built a nice two room frame house, painted it white. This was their home un- 



113 
til they were all married. Then the land was divided with the boys, and their 
mother went to live with them in her old age. I tell this as a background, to 
bring out her character. 

She was industrious, a good housekeeper, honest, paid her debts, lived 
her religion, was kind and obliging to her neighbors, upheld her husband to her 
children so much that tho/had great admiration and reverence for him although 
the majority never knew him very well because they were too young to re- 
member much about him. 

Any woman who can raise a family under the circumstances in which she 
was placed from the beginning to the end, is truly outstanding. One may be 
sure that she had many difficulties to overcome, many that were trying to the 
soul, that nothing short of a good faith in God could make her master of the 
situation. They all made good citizens and good Latter-day Saints, all were 
married in the temple, and raised honorable families who bear the character- 
istics bequeathed them by their worthy parents. One outstanding feature of 
her sons is that they were industrious, thrifty, and thereby able to build good 
homes and provide well for their families. I say to their posterity how valuable 
is their heritage, worthy of sincere appreciation. 

SAPHRONIA ALLEN 

Saphronia Allen was born 6 Nov. 1828 in Burton, Cattaraugus Co. , New 
York. She was the daughter of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen. (The 
life story of Saphronia was never written down during her life-time and the 
following information has been gleaned from those who knew her personally 
in their childhood. The majority of her important events are included in 
"Our Family" which was compiled by her brother, Charles. ) 

She was the smallest o f tlie Allen family and had a lovely singing voice. 
Her marriage to Jacob Rose ended in separation and she later married Abraharh 
Foster while in San Bernardino, California. 

Jacob Rose was not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints but crossed the plains with the Saints and settled in Carson City, Nevada 
with his wife and daughter. Though he was a good man, the difference in their 
religious beliefs caused a broken home. But Saphronia found happiness within 
the Church by her marriage to Abraham Foster. Most of their married life was 
spent "up the canyon" near Coveville, Utah, They were not wealthy but found 
time to enjoy life, Abraham had a fine sense of humor which made him 
popular wherever he went in his threshing work. 

Saphronia was a good, fine woman. She endured many hardships and rear- 
ed her family with kindness and tolerance, 

ANDREW LEE ALLEN, JR. 

Andrew Lee Allen was bom I 6 Aug. 1832 Burton, Cattaraugus Co. , New 
York. He was the son of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen. After his 
parents joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, he went with 
them on their journey Westward. While living at the junction of the Missouri 
and Platte Rivers he w o r k e d in his brother, Elijan's, sawmill. The money 
earned operating this mill and the sale money of it helped provide the family 



114 

with the means to outfit them for their trip across the plains. He and Jiis bro- 
thers were united workers which brought success to their many financial projects. 
Andrew, James, and Charles were among the group who continued to San 
Bernardino, California to pioneer. After being there two years they had the 
opportunity to haul some freight to Salt Lake City. They were joined by their 
mother, sister and younger brothers for the return trip to California. They 
lived a good life in California until their Mother desired to see her children 
in Utah before she died. 

After returning to Richmond, Utah, Andrew Lee and his brothers owned and 
operated a saw mill. He served in the Blackhawk War. With Seul Lamb of 
Hyde Park^ Utah he stood guard against the Indians. They took turns shovel- 
ing snow so each could get a cat-nap on the well-frozen ground. 

He married Minerva Whittle, daughter of Thomas Levi and Mary Jane 
Butterfield Whittle, 4 Mar. 1872 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He filed on 160 
acres of land in Coveville, Utah where they made their new Home 1873. His 
brother Levi lived with them nearly 16 years until he married in 1888. Levi 
was loved and respected by all the family. It was here that most of Andrew 
and Minerva's children were born, 

Andrew and Levi acquired a large tract of land by homesteading and buy- 
ing. They farmed the land as one large farm for many years and never had 
trouble. There was a sincere love and respect between them which was very 
rare. On the farm they raised hay, grain, beef and dairy cattle. When they 
dissolved partnership, one teenage boy from each family was sent to divide the 
cattle and every one concerned was satisfied with their division. They gave 40 
acres of land to the Coveville Ward for the Missionary Farm and it is now used 
as the Ward Welfare Farm. After he was ordained a High Priest 27 Nov. 1882 
by M. W. MerriU, he was set apart as counselor to Bishop John C. Larsen who 
was the first Bishop of Coveville Ward. He served faithfully and efficiently 
for more than 25 years. 

He married Ann Spackman 8 May 1884, She was the daughter of Edward 
and Rosanna Black Spackman, Andrew and Ann were the parents of four 
daughters. 

He took his second wife to Canada with the original Pioneer Company that 
left northern Utah the latter part of March 1887. His first wife, Minerva, re- 
mained with the older family on the home farm in Cove. He drove his team 
and plow that plowed the first furrow for the city of Cardston with President 
Card holding the plow. He and his nephew, Warner Allen, proceeded to break 
one half acre on Lees Creek bottom which they planted with vegetables. He 
returned to Utah in October 1887 and his homecoming was sad as his second 
son, Sidney had died. He arrived just before the funeral. 

He t o o k every opportunity to better the community and state by helping 
with the building of schools, churchs, temples, factories, and piping of spring 
water for home and commimity use. He also aided in supplying electric lights 
and he provided all his family and others to get an education. 

He had a strong faith that things that seemed impossible to do could be 



lis 
done. He p r o V e d that faith by saving a pair of badly frozen hands after the 

doctors said they must b e cut off to save the life of the individual. Through 

faith nof a finger was lost. He h a d vision to acquire enough land to provide 

work«for all his family. He was honest and upright in all things and was loved 

and respected by all who knew him. 

Andrew Lee Allen, Jr., died at the family home at Cove, Utah 8 June 
191 8 and was buried in the Richmond Cemetery. All the members of the Ben- 
son Stake Presidency spoke at the funeral services. President Alma Merrill 
said, "He had learned early in life to be obedient to the promptings of the 
spirit and lived a life worthy of imitation. " President B. O. Hendricks said, 
'^Hewas a man of wisdom and good counsel. " "Blessed are the peacemakers, 
for they shall be called the children of God, and I can relate many instances 
where he has made peace among his friends and relatives," said President 
Waddoups. 

MINERVA WHITTLE ' 

I was born May 15, 1854 ^ Herriman, Salt Lake County, Utah My~ par- 
ents were Thomas L. Whittle and Mary Jane Butterfield. We moved to Grant- 
sville, lived there a while and then father heard of Cache Valley and sold out 
and came to Richmond. Father had two families and brought all of us to Rich- 
mond at the same time. We came with ox teams. My mother drove her own 
team, father drove the loose cattle, and my half brothers drove the ox teams 
for the other family. We got along all right until we came to the dugway in 
Wellsville Canyon. The women folks got out to walk down the dugway so 
mother did the same, taking myself and brother. I was seven years old and 
my brother two years old. When we got out the oxen ran away and some one 
called, "Stop that team, they will break the stove to pieces. " Mother was 
glad it wasthe stove and not us in there. No damage was done to the stove 
which wasn't ours. 

We came to Richmond in the spring of i860. I remember how my mother 
did her cooking. She gathered rocks and put them together and built a fire , 
put her kettle on and baked her bread or cooked whatever she had to cook. We 
lived in our wagon with a quilt up for a shade until our house was built. Many 
others had to live the same way, there were very few houses. We had to live 
close together on account of the Indians, who were very troublesome. They 
would run off our cattle and horses. The men folks had to take turns stand- 
ing guard day and night. When the word would come "the Indians are coming" 
it was an exciting time, I remember when the Indians made a raid on Frank- 
lin, Everybody was up and going. Father got on a fractious horse and in the 
excitement with all riding so fast the horse got excited and ran away with hint. 
He was hurt quite badly. 

While my father was building a house for one of my brothers, a log fell on 
him and hurt him so badly that he died in a few days never gaining conscious- 
ness. My mother was left alone with four children. I was the oldest and help- 
ed make a living by spinning and weaving for the other folks as well as doing 
all our own cloth making. 



ii6 

I got quite expert in making clothes in those days. I made my wedding 
dress by spinning the wool, weaving it into cloth, cutting my own pattern, 
doing my own fitting, and sewing my own seams. 

I married Andrew Lee Allen, Jr. , March 4 1872, while in Salt Lake City. 
We went to the land office and filed a homestead where I now live. My hus- 
band immediately went to work and raised a crop of grain and some hay the 
first year. The next spring in 1875 we moved and lived in a log house. In 
the winter Andrew would go out to the farm to feed his cattle and when it 
wasn't too cold I would go out with him for a sleigh ride. 

I have lived here ever since and raised my family. Four of my boys have 
been on missions. Two of my sons have worked on the Stake Board. I have 
done m y mite in the Church. I was treasurer of the Relief Society for about 
twenty-fiye years. I enjoyed my work in the Primary as counselor. 

Signed: 

Aunt Minerva 
ANN SPACKMAN 

Ann Spackman, daughter of Edward and Rosanna Black Spackman^ was 
born 8 Nov, 1868 at West Woody, Berkshire, England. She attended a church 
school in England where she received an award for being an honor student. 
She had a beautiful voice and sang in the church choir. 

Her parents were converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints in England. They brought their family to Utah in 1880 settling in Cove, 
Ann attended the Cove Public School. She was industrious and was always 
willing to help her neighbors in time of need. She became self-supporting 
at an early age. 

She married Andrew Lee Allen, Jr., 8 May 1884 in Logan, Utah. They 
were sealed in Logan Temple and were parents of four daughters. She was a 
good help-mate and mother. She died 2 June 1900 at Ogden, Utah but was 
returned to Richmond for burial. 

JAMES ALLEN. SR. 

James Allen was the son of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen. He was 
born 12 Oct. 1833 in Brookton, New York. He was a blacksmith and wagon 
builder by trade. He married Mary Elizabeth Mathews 24 Dec. i860. He 
owned a large farm a mile north of Richmond, and took a pride in his horses , 
especially his draft horses and a race horse he called "Bess". He built the first 
frame house in Richmond, and was the first man to have glass window panes. 
Heretofore oiled paper and tallow candles comprised the lighting system. He 
also stood night guard against the Indians. He always maintained it was cheap- 
er to feed them than fight them. 

Before the railroad was constructed, he freighted from Corrine, Utah to 
Helena, Montana. He was an entertaining story teyer, too. If the children 
whined about doing the nightly chores he would say, "Hurry up and get the 
night's wood in and I'll tell you a story. " 

Of course, our favorite stories were the most gruesome, and went some- 
thing like this: "I had driven since early morning, and was looking for a camp- 



ing site for the night. Presently I located a tree and decided to camp for the 
night. I had unhitched the horses and turned them out to graze, lighted a fire 
and started to prepare my evening meal. I glanced up into the tree and there 
I saw a man hanging from one of the larger limbs, a placard was pinned to his 
trouser leg saying: 'Every time a cattle rustler visits us, we celebrate by hold- 
ing a neck-tie party. Beware! W I hitched my team to the wagon and moved 
on. ■■ 

Another of his freighting experiences was the time an Indian rode up to the 
side of the wagon and said, "Gimme that gunl ! " He drew a bead on the Indian 
and said "Gimme that blanket. " The Indian threw the blanket at him and took 
his leave as quickly as possible. He and Isaac B. Nash of Franklin, Idaho, 
made most ofthe nails used in building the first Franklin meeting house, pound- 
ing them out one by one on their anvils. How happy they were to procure an 
old wagon tire which was more easily converted into nails than the bulkier 
pieces of iron. 

He was very considerate and never passed judgment before hearing both 
sides of an argument. He was active in the Church. He held the office of 
high priest and ward teacher as long as he lived. 

No missionary ever left Richmond without receiving $5. 00 from him. He 
died 17 Jan. 1890 in Richmond, Utah. 

MARY ELIZABETH MATHEWS 

Mary Elizabeth Mathews Allen was born 6 July i842inMarysville, Mississippi. 
She was the daughter of Benjamin F. Mathews, b. 16 April, 1819 in Alabama 
and Temperence Weeks Mathews born in Tennessee in 1818. Her parents join- 
ed the church in 1839. Her father was a typical Southerner. He owned cotton 
plantations and a string of fine horses. When he decided to go West, he sold his 
plantations, and bought two heavy wagons which he loaded with provisions and 
implements. A third lighter wagon was made comfortable to ride and sleep 
in. He kept some horses and was quite well equipped for the long journey. 

They reached Fort Pueblo in the spring of 1846. The company made up 
in Fort Pueblo, arrived in Salt Lake City 29 July 1847. Some of the company 
went to California, but the Mathews family remained in Salt Lake Valley. 

The first real thing Mary could remember doing was helping to fight crickets 
with a home-made broom. 

In 1850 the family went to California where within three years they had 
amassed a fortune around Sutters Mill. Three years later they moved to San 
Bernardino, where Mary E. was married to James Allen 24 Dec. i860. In 
June 1864 Mary, her husband and two daughters moved back to Utah settling 
in Richmond. Here they spent the remainder of their lives. Mary Elizabeth 
died 12 Nov. 1912. 
SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN and MARGARET ANN COOPER 

SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN came across the plains when he was a small boy. 
Later he went back to help another company on their way. He went to Cali- 
fornia during the gold rush and worked as a blacksmith. He learned the black- 
smith trade from his father. 



ii8 

He married MARGARET ANN COOPER, Her father planted the first fruit 
trees In Ogden. They lived upon the Weber River where they were sent as 
missionaries to the Indians. One day Margaret Ann was going somewhere on 
horseback when she was chased by the Indians. When they finally caught her 
they pulled her off her horse and the leader took a look at her and said, "Hell, 
Cooper's Papoose". They turned her loose. He was very well thought of by 
the Indians. 

Sidney David and Margaret Ann went to Oxford, Idaho, where he ran his 
blacksmith shop for the freighters between Utah and Montana. He followed the 
railroad into Montana, with his shop. 

From Montana he went to Cove, Utah, then to Goose Creek for one year. 
He was sent by Brigham Young to Star Valley, Wyoming, where he remained 
until his death at the age of seventy. He farmed, raised cattle, and ran his 
blacksmith shop until one year before his death. He was a good provider and 
if it had not been for him and his family, many of the people in Star Valley 
would have suffered from hunger the first winter. They rationed their food out 
until it was gone. In the Spring the saints from Montpelier came to their aid. 
They ate pots of boiled venison that winter. People paid him for his work in 
produce or anything they had, then in the winter it would be given back to 
them to feed their families. 

He was Counselor to the Bishop there for many years. Margaret Ann was 
. a nurse and there was never a call turned down. She went as far as ten miles 
on snow shoes to deliver a baby or tend the sick. In the fall she would take a 
wagon and drive to Cache Valley for fruit. On one trip when she was going 
home with her wagon loaded she met some freighters with empty wagons on 
a grade. She pulled to the inside of the road which by rights should have been 
theirs. They told her to pull over and she refused. They said "All right then, 
we will stay here until you do. " She climbed down and unhitched her team 
and said, "Right here is where we camp. I can stay as long as you can. "The 
freighters conceded their defeat and they both went on theii waiy. 

She pieced nine quilt tops by hand the w interne was eighty -four years old. 

JOHN CORNOG GOASLIND 

John Cornog Goaslind, son of John Goaslind and Hannah Cornog, was born 
in Augusta, Brae kin Co. , Kentucky. His father died when he was but eight 
years of age, leaving his mother with five living children, one of which died 
in infancy. 

After a period of time his mother married a Mr. Miller. Because of finan- 
cial circumstances they decided to move to the state of Texas and engage in 
the farming business. John was now past nine years of age and took part in 
cultivating the farm, raising corn and cotton and consequently had but linle 
opportunity of schooling, for he attended school but fivef days all told. He was 
a willing worker, had a genial pleasantdispositionandwas full of the Irish wit. 
By his own self effort and determination, he acquired the common rudiments 
of an education and was a genius in figures and was able to solve difficult 
problems in his mind. 



119 

He learned the blacksmith trade, the shoeing of horses, He was fond of 
sports and was quite an athlete. He loved fine horses and was an expert in 
handling them. Through self effort he learned carpentry, how to handle 
machinery, and finally by hard study acquired title of mill-wright. 

He first married Matildla White, a widow with four children. By this union 
seven children were born to them, three of which died in infancy. They were 
di vbrc ed and he was given the children, all boys. As Joseph was a nursing 
baby, he remained with his mother. 

He joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and with his three 
sons came to Utah. He was baptized enroute. He was taught the Word of Wis- 
dom and believed it. Through grim determination he discontinued the use of 
tobacco by putting off the time to take some. By this method he lost the love 
of tobacco and never used it again. Many of the others o the journey to Utah 
were not strong enough to break the habit. 

The company arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in the fall of 1854. John 
settled at Fort Herriman. He entered into a sawmill partnership with Washing- 
ton Jolley but because of dishonesty of his partner he lost bi» entire holdings. 
While living at Fort Herriman, he became acquainted with Elijah Allen and 
through him was led to go to Provo, Utah where he met and b&^ame acquainted 
with Susan Allen, Elijah's sister. After a short courtship they were manied 4 
July 1858, and she accepted the care of his three boys. In the year 1859 the 
family moved to Ogden, where he assisted in building a grist mill for President 
John Taylor in West Weber. 

In 1 860 they moved to Cache Valley settling in the town of Ri^ •"'road where 
he built a sawmill which burned down. From Richmond they moved to Ftanklin 
in 1862, Here he built a three room house and made his family as comfortable 
as possible. Hebuilt a sawmill for Samuel R. Parkinson and Thomas 'S» Smart. 
In 1865 ^^ moved part of his family to Logan as he was^called to build a grist 
mill for Ezra T. Benson and John Thatcher. The three oldest boys remained 
in Franklin to care for the house. 

In 1866 the family returned to Franklin where he helped build a grist mill, 
which was successful and brought good returns for several years. He also bought 
and operated the first horse power thrashing machine at Franklin and operated 
it in many of settlements in Cache Valley. He b u i 1 1 a second saw mill at 
Franklin. He helped to erect the Franklin Ward meeting house and was a 
school trustee and held the office of a High Priest. 

In the spring of i 8 7 6 he moved his family out to the south field, built a 
two roomed house, did some farming, organized a school district, gave the 
settlement the name Coveville, and became one of the trustees. 

He was intensely interested in education and would make any sacrifice to 

give his children such schooling as was to be had. 

In later life he took a great interest in temple work and in 1877 he made a 
trip to Panguitch, Utah where his mother lived in an effort to obtain the gene- 
alogy of his ancestors and to dojmrk in the St. George Temple, but on reach- 
ing Panguitch found h i s mouier-iu, and did not accomplish the temple work . 



I20 

He did gather some genealogy which is highly valued by his family. 

On returning to his home he wds taken ill with throat and lung trouble. He 
passed away 6 June 1878 and buried at Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Utah. 

He was of a cheerful disposition, easy of approach, strictly moral in his 
habits, and taught his children to be virtuous in their lives. Loyal to the 
Church he stood for righteous principles and was noted for his integrity to the 
truth. He was the father of 16 childrec, nine boys and seven girls. He was 
honest, straight forward, full of faith in the Gospel, true to his covenants, just 
in his dealings with his family andfellowmen, generous, public spirited . 
broadminded, slow to anger, but when he felt his rights infringed upon would 
defend them with courage. He was prayerful and suong in the defense of truth. 

SUSAI^ ALLEN GOASLIND 

Susan Allen Goaslind, daughter of Andrew Lee and Clarinda Knapp Allen, 
wasbornatKirtland, Geauga Co. , Ohio 31 Dec. 1837. She endured the hard- 
ships of the Mormons and came with her family to Salt Lake Valley in 1852 
where she was baptized. On 4 July 1858 she married John Cornog Goaslind. 
He was a master mechanic, a genius with machinery, and a mill-wright 
by trade. 

They lived in Ogden, Richmond, and Franklin. While in Franklin she be- 
came a member of the Relief Society, In 1876 they moved to Coveville, Utah 
and they lived there until the death of hei husband in 1878. As she had nine 
children to care for, she moved to Fairview, Idaho to homestead land. After 
she had proved up on her land, she sold it and moved to Logan in 1892 to con- 
tinue doing Temple work. While in Logan she served as a Relief Society teach- 
er in the Logan 4th Ward. 

Her testimony is as follows: "On December 31, 1923, I shall be eighty-six 
years of age. Ihavebeen a member of the Church of Jesus Christ all my life, 
and I feel very thankful to m y Heavenly Father for having been permitted to 
take part in this glorious work, and am thankful because of the word He has im- 
parted unto me. I have tasted, and I have seen and I know that this is the 
work of God. I have been supported under trial and troubles of e v er y kind , 
and in all manner of afflictions, but God has delivered me. And I know that 
he will raise me up at the last day to dwell with Him in Glory. And I will 
praise Him forevermore. Susan Allen Goaslind":; 

Before her first child was bom, she became homesick to see her parents 
and in spite of her condition she decided to walk to Provo about 100 miles 
away. She accomplished the journey with grave responsibility and after a 
short stay she returned by team to her home in Ogden. 

Susan was outstanding in her service to the family in getting the family's 
temple work done. She provided lodging and temple clothing for her friends 
and relatives for over thirty years. She was stem (especially with herself) and 
expected )^eople to always do their best. She had a firm testimony of the 
Gospel as long as she lived. 

LEVI KNAPP ALLEN 

Levi Knapp Allen, ninth child, sixth son of Andrew Lee a«^d Clarinda 



121 

Knapp Allen was born i Apr. 1842. The family joined the Mormon Church 
and moved West with the Saints. They spent the winter in a small log house 
in Missouri. His father and older brothers worked at harvesting corn and splitting 
rails. The story Susan loved to tell on Levi must have happened here. He was 
about four years o 1 d and his Father was bringing in a log to put on the fire in 
the fireplace, Levi, seeing the logs, and his father trying to get it on the fire , 
was dancing around clapping his hands and spatting his knees. He said, "That's 
a man I That's a man, Father! Put it on". It shows Levi's character, always 
loyal and encouraging. 

After crossing the plains with his family, living for a time in Provo, he 
• went with his brothers to San Bernardino, California. He stayed there until 
his mother desired to return to see her other children in Cache Valley. After 
the death of his mother, he and Lydia continued to make a home in Richmond. 
Levi filed on 160 acres where he worked until Lydia died 15 Oct. 1870. He 
relinquished this land and moved out to Cove and took up a homestead of 160 
acres near his brothers, Charles and Andrew. In 187 1 he built a log house 
which he called his home for 17 years. During this time he had his meals 
with his brother Andrew's family and Minerva, Andrew's wife, helped care for 
such needs as laundry, etc. As time went on he bought more land and went 
into parmership with Andrew. In 1882 they bought the homestead of Charles 
who was going to Arizona. Together they owned more than 1500 acres of land 
from the Idaho line south to the Lewiston Sugar Factory . They raised hay and 
wheat, and fed many cattle. 

Before he married he was a great help financially to his nephews and nieces 
He supplied money for missions, education, and provided help for many to buy 
farm land on time payments. He never drew a note of any kind for these things 
as he believed in encouraging them to build homes and establish themselves. 
He loved his relatives and helped provide the necessities of life for his widowed 
sisters and sisters-in-law. 

He encouraged his n i e c e s and nephews to get good educations. He had 
never had a chance to go to school until they came to Richmond where he at- 
tended school for about three months. His mother had always been the teacher 
for the family, and the reader, speller and arithmetic books had been the boys' 
constant companions when they herded cows in Provo. When the Richmond 
teacher asked him what grade he was in, he told her what little schooling he 
had had. J. W. (Sol) Hendricks, a boy at school, later said, "We laughed at 
him for coming to school, yet when called to spell he could down the whole 
school and In reading and arithmetic was far ahead of us who had anended 
school. I a 1 w a y s had a great deal of respect for him, his steadfasmess and 

modesty. " 

Levi had typhoid fever when he was 25 years old which made him partially 
deaf in the left ear. It made him self-conscious about holding public positions 
but he was always glad to help with the Lord's work with manual labor or money. 
He was outstanding in his efforts in the collection of the Allen record, temple 
work, and the building of the first church and school houses in Cove. In 1874-5 



122 

Levi was called to go to St, George to work on the temple for six months. He 
left in the fall and came back in the spring. The roads were almost impass- 
ablewith mud and water. He arrived home too late for the welcome home party 
given for the men who worked on the temple. He also helped build the Logan 
and Salt Lake Temples. He drove the 1 00 miles to Salt Lake City many times 
in a light-weight wagon to attend the temple dedication and general confer- 
ences. Besides other duties, he was in the Sunday School Superintendency for 
several years. 

Levi drove a fteight line from Corinne, Utah to Blackfoot, Idaho. On one 
trip a cold wind came up and a light snow during which he stopped. at Hunts 
Spring, two miles east of Downey, Idaho, where he nearly froze to death. He 
finally harnessed his team and proceeded to travel to get warm^ He narrowly 
escaped being robbed and killed on another trip. He bore a strong testimony 
to the fact that by living and keeping God's commandments it brought protec- 
tion in any place. 

Levi married Livinia Meriam Henson II Dec. 1888. His father-in-law 
sold him his farm and home and never asked for a note or paper. He said, "I 
would rather have Levi Allen's word than most men's notes".. Heandhis 
family lived in the home bought from Charles for 19 years until he dissolved 
partnership with Andrew in 1908. Then he bought a home from his niece one 
mile south. He saw nine of his ten children married in the house of the Lord. 
He had traveled in many kinds of vehicles from ox -team to automobiles, on 
rough roads, dirt roads, and no roads at all (just trails), and paved and oiled 
roads. He often said, "They said the streets would be made of gold- -well, it 
took gold to put 'em here! " 

In 1900 when his brother Charles from Arizona returned for a visit, the 
brothers threw their arms around one another and tears of joy ran down their 
cheeks. Levi wore a beard. The Allen brothers were good clean men. Levi's 
motto was "1 w ant to do all the good I can in this life and as little harm as 
possible. " At 73 years of age he had a serious operation but because of his 
clean life he was given renewed vitality. Some of his counsels and advice 
were "Be obedient to those in authority", "honesty is the best policy, " "look 
for the good in everyone;" "the Mormon creed is mind your own business;" 
"suffer wrong rather than do wrong;" "all this and heaven too;" "waste not, 
want not. " J. C. Larson said at Levi's funeral, "No man in Cache Valley paid 
more honest tithes or taxes. He loved his Church and government. 

Having married late in life he really appreciated his wife and family. His 
great desire was to provide for them. Each son received 160 acres of land , 
each girl 10 acres and his wife received a home and 70 acres of land. Levi 
and Andrew each gave 20 acres for what is now known as the "Missionary 
Farm", proceeds of which are used for Ward maintenance and missionary ex- 
pense. He always kept a two year supply of wheat for food and seed. He had 
t o the last a firm testimony, he dearly loved the memory of his mother, and 
was thankful for his blessings. He loved to see his fields of golden grain and 
to rock and sing the hymns an^ old time songs, such as "Come, Come Ye 



123 
Saints" and "The Girl I Left Behind Me. " He was a High Priest when he died , 
l8 Feb. 1928 at his home in Cove. He is buried in the Richmond Cemetery^ 
When looking at his photo in later life, one of his nieces remarked, "That 
is the most perfect man I have ever known. In all my sorrow and trouble in 
polygamy he was better to me than my husband and father. " 

LIVINIA MERIAM HENSON 

Livinia Merlam Henson was born 23 July 1871 at Franklin, Onieda, Idaho. 
Shewas the daughter of Alfred and Mary Ann Sewell Henson who had been con- 
verted to the Gospel in Denshanger, Northamptonshire, England. They came 
to America in 1868 where they settled in Franklin, Idaho, farming for a living 
on a farm one mile south of town. They lived under very severe conditions 
in an unfinished log house while the snow outside was two feet deep. 

One winter she became ill with typhoid fever and was in bed six weeks. 
During the fifth week she called for Uncle Thomas Durrant to come and bless 
her. It relieved her. While the family was eating a beef steak supper. Uncle 
Thomas gave her a piece of beef to chew for gum. This was her first nourish- 
ment in three weeks, she gradually overcame the severe illness. 

Livinia had the opportunity to go to school for only three weeks. Though 
she wanted an education her parents could not afford the three dollars tuition 
for each six weeks term. She learned to knit when she was nine. She washed 
and cleaned house for an old lady. Sister Clayton, and after she finished her 
work Sister Clayton helped her make a pair of stockings out of blue and white 
clouded yarn. These stockings fasted three years of hard wear. She worked at 
tending little children, washing floors and scrubbing on the board for fifty cents 
a week. When she was twelve she earned seventy -fivfe cents a week which was 
later changed to one dollar. By the time she was seventeen she was earning 
$1. 50 per week. With that much money she could buy herself a pair of shoes 
($1) and five yards of dress calico (50<f). She often said, "I thought I was rich 
and longed to go to school again but Father said I could learn enough at home. 
Girls did not need to learn to read- -but to be neat and learn to sew and cook. 
If they did that, it would keep them busy. " 

In October 1888 she went to work for Andrew and his wife, Minerva Allen. 
They had seven children and Levi, Andrew's brother, to cook for. Shewas 
scrubbing a porch floor on her hands and knees, singing at the top of her voice 
when Levi came around the comer to see her father. Levi later told her that at 
the time he said to himself, "She will make some man a good wife. I little 
thought I would be the lucky man. " The courtship lasted from October to De- 
cember 1 1 when they were married. It was the rule then to be baptized over 
again so they cut a hole in the ice on 10 Dec. and she was baptized. She did 
notgetacoldfrom the icy water. Her wedding dress was eleven yards of black 
velvet which Levi gave her. 

After they were married they went back to Andrew's home and she kept on 
with her work for the family as Andrew was away with his second wife, Ann 
Spackman. During this time his first wife, Minerva, gave birth to a baby boy. 
Levi and Livinia took care of all the work and stayed until i Mar. 1889 when 



124 

they moved into the house Levi had bought from his brother, Charles. 

Because of having a large farm they had hired men all summer. Livinia 
served meals to the thrashers each season for seventeen years with from 25 to 
30 men for three meals each day. Ninteen meals was the least and forty was the 
most. She felt it helped repay Minerva for the seventeen years she looked af- 
ter Levi's needs. She had her babies just before and just after the threshers 
came. She also was kept busy canning from 300 to 400 quarts of food each 
year, sewing for the family and making rugs and quilts for household use. She 
made all her husband's shirts and excelled in Crocheting, knitting and tatting. 
She was called to many homes in the Ward in cases of sickness and death. She . 
was given a special award in 1947 for 60 years of visiting teaching in the Re- 
lief Society. For 23 years she was counselor in the Primary and also served as 
counselor in the Y. L. M. I. A. The Bishop asked her twice to be Primary Presi- 
dent but because she was unable to read she declined. 

The readings she gave at parties and the parts she had in little plays in the 
Ward were learned with the help of her husband. He would read them over 
until she memorized them. In her Patriarchial Blessing it stated if she were 
faithful she would be a leader with her sisters and a mother to the motherless. 
She wondered about this because she felt herself too uneducated to be a leader. 
She prayed for help when Bishop Bair called her to be President of the Relief 
Society. She served in this position for six years. When her son, Levi, was 
in Germany on a mission, her daughter Lydia, then in high school, taught her 
how to read and write so she could write to him. 

She had good health all her life. After her seventh child was born and was 
seven months old she helped wallpaper twenty rooms. She was a great help to 
her family and neighbors. When her husband died it took all the life out of her. 
She said, "Ours was a good, successful marriage, although the romance was un- 
usual, as Levi was forty-six and 1 seventeen when we were married. " 

Her last child married on their forty -first anniversary and Livinia felt she 
was alone. She went out nursing and though not keeping an accurate account 
ofhow many confinements she had, she did mention that in 1932 sheha^ twenty 
cases, one pair of twins. Six of these were her own new grandchildren. 

She married James F. Wilcox, Sr. , 16 Nov. 1932 and moved to Burley, 
Idaho for three and one half years. Ashe had two unmarried sons she received 
the answer to her blessing, " - -mother to the motherless. " All ten of his child- 
ren loved her like a mother and she loved them. They moved back to the old 
home in Cove, and lived there happily until she died of a heart ailment 
9 Oct. 1950. 



126 

HISTORY OF COVE 

The Coveville Ward (as it was first known and now changed to Cove in 
1 946) is situated in the northeast part of Cache County. It is j o i n e d on the 
north by thecity of Franklin, Idaho, and on the west by Lewiston, Utah, the 
southby Richmond, Utah and has as its eastern boundary a portion of the beau- 
tiful Wasatch Mountains. John Goaslind suggested the name Coveville, owing 
to the geographical location on the east and the foothills and elevation sur- 
rounding the community, it being a semi-circle. 

All homes of tliis community are cormected with the Utah Power and Light 
System which makes it possible for modern conveniences. It is so situated that 
it has good lateral roads joining the State Highway U. S. 91 within three miles 
of the cities of Lewiston, Richmond, and Franklin and is only seventeen miles 
from Logan, Utah. 

Agriculture is and always has been the basic industry of this community.' 
Other industries are dairying, poultry raising, fur raising, feeding of beef cattle 
and dry farming. The principal crops grown are alfalfa, wheat, oats, barley, 
sugar beets, alfalfa seed and peas. 

As early as the year 1S62, Goudy Hogan and William D. Hendricks built 
a grist mill on the bank of High Creek. This mill had many difficulties in 
getting established but it eventually became a paying industry. A wool carding 
mill was also established by the grist mill and was operated until it was burned 
by fire. 

In 1860 the pioneer settlers of Franklin built a dam across High Creek and 
conducted water from the same into the country lying immediately south of 
Franklin. Robert Gregory, and Mrs. Eliza Ann Bickmore Allen and her six sons 
and one daughter were the first settlers who located In that district of the coun- 
try now included in Cove Ward. Robert Gregory located there in 1871 with his 
family. The Aliens located on the quarter section on which Cove Meeting 
•House now stands. Mark Preece and other settlers arrived about the same time. 
In 1874 Thomas Titensor and others cast their lot with the earlier settlers. In 
May 1873 the settlement was further augmented by the arrival of John Comish 
a Ad family as well as other families. These early inhabitants of Cove (who 
nearly all came from Franklin and Richmond) settled at different points below 
the canals which had been commenced in i860 and afterwards enlarged. 

The first school was held in the vacant home of Andrew Lee Allen. He 
moved to a new house farther up the road. It was a log building 12x14 feet. 
The teacher's desk as well as those of ±e pupils were made of boxes, and the 
seats were of slabs. The first teacher was Miss Aurelia F.ifield. Sunday Schools 
and meetings were held in this building for many years. It still stood in 1945 
when it was destroyed by fire. 

In 1 876 a school district was organized and in the summer of 1877 ^ frame 
school house 18x28 feet was built about a mile northeast of where the present 
meeting house now stands. The school district was divided and a one-room 
school was built up In the nonheiast part of the community. Sometime later 
the original one-room school was abandoned and a two-room brick building 



127 

was built on the meeting house square. Then later two more rooms were built 
on the brick building. The upper district joined the lower one, and again there 
was only one district. This one operated until the school board deemed it ad- 
visable to consolidate the school with the Richmond school. Later the people 
of the community felt that the merits of the Junior High School system were 
best, and so the children were sent to Lewiston Junior High and the High School 
children continued to go to North Cache High School in Richmond. 

The flour mill of Cove was situated i 1/2 miles south east of the meeting 
house, near the High Creek road. It was built and owned by Wm. D. Hendricks, 
He hired men to get the logs out of the canyon, which they hewed down with 
their hand axes. The Burrs which ground the flour was about 4 feet in diameter 
and 18 inches thick. This mill furnished flour for the Cove people and shipped 
many carloads to Montana and Idaho. The Indians were not imdcr subjection at 
this time, so the Mill had to be guarded at night by men of the Ward to keep 
the Indians from burning it down. A cording Mill was built n the south side ... 
of it which was eventually burned down. 

During the year 1877 the Saints were organized into a branch of the Rich- 
mond Ward with Charles H. Allen as President. The early meetings were held 
in private homes until the school v.as built. As early as 1877 a Sunday School 
was commenced which has continued ever since. A Relief Society was organ- 
ized May 1 2, 1 878. This association has contmued in existence since that time. 

In 1882 President Allen moved away from the branch and no one was ap- 
pointed to preside at Cove until the Ward was organized on November 28, 1882. 
The first bishop was John C. Larsen. 

Injanuary 1 883 a Y. M. M. I. A. was organized and a Y. L. M. 1. A. was 
organized in November of the same year; these two organizations are still func- 
tioning. The Primary was also organized during the above named year. , 

In i884.a commencement was made by the people of Cove for the erection 
of a new chapel. This was built by donations. It was just a one-room frame 
building 30x44, but since then two additions have been made to it. Now, 
sixty-three years later, plans are again being made for the erection oi a new 
building. Eliza Bickmore Allen and her six sons donated twenty acres of land 
to the Church. The present Chapel is located on this acreage. 

The year 1886 witnessed a number of improvements in the Ward. This year 
about nine hundred shade trees were planted on the meeting house grounds. 
They grew sufficiently to make a beautiful grove around the chapel which was 
finished in 1888. 

John Biggs was the first L. D. S. Missionary to be sent from Cove and since 
then many have filled succt rful missions. 

Since the retirement otBr»nop John C. Larsen who served thirty-three years, 

therehave been four Bishops- -namely, H. Lester Bair; Levi H. Allen; Raymond 

L, Allen and Joseph F. Day. 

The Ward owns id acres of land as meeting house grounds. It consists of 

fine rising ground, the highest in that part of the Valley, sloping to all sides 
and beautifully grnamented with shade trees. Immediately south of the meet- 



128 

ing house ground is another 10 acres of land known as tithing property, on which 
a tlnegranary witha basement under it and a large barn has been contracted. 
The people of Cove are known as good, thrifty citizens. The meeting house 
stands about lOO rods east of the railway track and county road. 

Cove has twenty -five springs which supply water for culinary, domestic and 
garden purposes besides its two culinary systems which pipe the water to most of 
the homes for families who do not have their private systems. There are also 
four irrigation systems which water the land of this vicinity. 

Although small in population, the community has been progressive in keep- 
ing -up with civic organizations. There are the following organizations', Farm 
Bureau; 4-H Clubs; Future Farmers; Scouts and Daughters of the Pioneers. 

The John Coinish Campof the Daughters of Utah Pioneers was first organized 
on March 23, J928 with Chloe R, Harrison as President, Faye C. Allen and 
Wavie H. Allen as Vice Presidents. In March 1929 a banquet was held for 
members and their partners. One has been held each year since. The his- 
torian, Susannah P, Allen .has been active in gathering and recording forty- 
five histories. 

Many celebrations have been held in the community. Among the most 
outstanding is the Horse Show which has been held for eleven consecutive years 
and has gained much popularity throughout Cache Valley. 

Beautiful High Creek Canyon is a short drive from the community and is 
an ideal recreation spot. It furnishes fishing, hunting and a pleasant picnic 
ground. 



Elijah - Children 



129 



ELIJAH 





Elijah Allen Eliza Ann Bickmore 

ELIJAH ALLEN b. 7 Feb. 1826 Burton, Caturaugus, N.Y, d. 21 Apr. 1866 Ft. 
Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah son of Andrew Lee and Clarinda (Knapp) Allen md. 
2 May 1852 Coonsville, Pottawattamie, Iowa Eliza Ann Bickmore b. 29 Jan. 
1830 Madison, Madison, Illinois d. 26 Mar, 1 901 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of 
William and Christina (Bagley) Bickmore. Children. 

1. ELUAH ALLEN b. 24 F^b. 1853 Pro vo, Utah, Utah. d. 2 Nov. 1876 
Cove, Cache, Utah (unmd. ) 

2. WILLLAM ALLEN b. 17 Apr. 1854 Provo, Utah, Utah. d. 22 Jan, 1894 
(unmd. ) 

3. ELIZA ANN ALLEN b. I June 1856 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah 

4. JAMES CARSON ALLEN b. 21 Mar. 1858 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah 

5. ANDREW BICKMORE ALLEN b. 23 Dec. 1 859 Fu Herriman. Salt Lake, 
Utah 

6. HENRY HEBER ALLEN b. ii Mar. 1 862 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah 

7. JOSEPH SMITH ALLEN b. 20 Oct. l863Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah 
ELIZA ANN ALLEN b. I June 1 856 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah d. 8 July 
1912 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Elijah and Eliza Ann (Bickmore) Allen md. 
I Oct, 1877 Manasseh Barnes b. 13 Dec, 1852 Grantsville, Tooele, Utah d. i 
May 1 928 Cove, Cache, Utah son of John and Eleanor (Wilson) Barnes. Children. 





Manasseh Barnes 



Eliza Ann Allen 



I. MANASSEH ELIJAH BARNES b. 26 Oct. 1878 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 22 
Apr. 1940 (unmd) 
2. ANNIE ELIZA BARNES b. 23 June 1880 Cove, Cache, Utah 



130 Elijah - Grand Children"' 

3. JOSEPH ANDREW BARNES b. 27 July 1881 Cove, Cache. Utah 

4. HENRY BARNES b. 15 Nov. 1 882 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. ELEANORBARNESb. 12 Jan. i884Cove, Cache, Utah d. 28 Jan. '1884 

6. EPHRAIM BARNES b. 1 5 Oct. 1 885 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. MARY ELLEN BARNES b. 12 July 1887 Cove, Cache, Utah 

8. HARRIET ELIZABETH BARNES b. 20 Mar. 1 889 Cove, Cache, Utah 

9. CORA DELL BARNES b. 20 Aug. 1890 Cove, Cache, Utah 

10. ELMER J. BARNES b. 3 Oct. 1 894 Cove, Cache, Utah 

11. MILTON L. BARNES b. 6 Mar. 1 896 Cove, Cache, Utah 

12. SARAH JANE BARNES b. 17 Oct. 1898 Cove, Cache. Utah 

When Eliza Ann Allen and Manasseh Barnes were married they homesteaded 
160 acres of land on High Creek in Cove, Utah. There they built their home 
and lived the rest of their lives. They raised their large family of twelve child- 
ren (one died in Infancy) in Cove. Manasseh was an active church worker , 
serving as M. I, A. president and superintendent of the Sunday School. They 
were generous and everybody loved them. Eliza Ann helped many poor people 
and she never knowingly let anyone go hungry. 

Manasseh Elijah Barnes lived in Cove with his parents, Manasseh and Eliza 
Barnes, until he was 21 years of age. He moved to Jackson Hole. Wyoming 
and settled there for a few years but became dissatisfied and started to travel. 
He visited his people in 191 2 shortly before his mother died and was not heard 
from again for 21 years. His later years were spent in Salt" Lake City where 
he died at the age of sixty-two. 

JAMES CARSON ALLEN b. 21 Mar. 1858 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah d. lo 
Feb. 1935 son of Elijah and Eliza Ann (Bickmore) Allen md. (l) I or 2 Mar. 
1883 Betsy Lowe b. 3 Mar. i860 St. Johns, Perry, Illinois d. 10 Feb. 1935 '^^"• 
of Thomas and Eliza (Galloway) Lowe. Md. (2)^ II Sept. 1884 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Ellen Lowe b. 12 June 1865 Franklin. Franklin, Idaho d. 28 
Oct. 1 917 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Thomas and Eliza (Galloway) Lowe. 





James Carson Alleri 




Ellen Lowe 



Betsy Lowe 

Children of James Carson Allen and Betsy Lowe: 

1. JAMES CARSON ALLEN, JR., b. 20 Mar. 1 884 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. ROBERT LOWE ALLEN b. 9 July 1885 Cpve, Cache. Utah 



Elijah ^ Grandchildren I.3I 

3. LENNA LOWE ALLEN b. I Feb. 1887 Cove, Cache. Utah 

4. LESLIE LOWE ALLEN b. 14 July 1 888 Cove,- Cache, Utahd. 14 July 1888 

5. AREA RILLA LOWE ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 1889 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

6. EFFIE LOWE ALLEN b. 25 Apr. 189 1 Cove. Cache. Utah 

7. SARAH LOWE ALLEN b. 6 July 1893 Cove. Cache.' Utah 

8. ETHEL LOWE ALLEN b. 6 Feb. 1895 Cove. Cache. Utah 

9. ELVA LOWE ALLEN b. 9 Oct. 1897 Cove. Cache, Uuh 

10. CLARENCE LOWE ALLEN b. 19 Oct. 1900 Cove, Cache. Utah 
II., RAYMOND LOWE ALLEN b. lo Oct. 1 902 Cove. Cache. Utah 

Children of James Carson Allen and Ellen Lowe: 

1. LOUIS LOWE ALLEN b. 17 Oct. 1885 Cove. Cache. Utah 

2. ELLEN LOWE ALLEN b. 5 Apr. 1 887 Cove, Cache. Uuh 

3. ELIZA LOWE ALLEN b. 29 Dec. i888 Cove, Cache, Ut-h 

4. MAYBELL LOWE ALLEN b. 1 8 May 1890 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. LEO LOWE ALLEN b. 2 Aug. 1891 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

6. FERNANDO LOWE ALLEN b. 16 Mar. 1893 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

7. RACHEL LOWE ALLEN b. 24 Oct, 1 894 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

8. LAVERA LOWE ALLEN^b. 14 July 1 897 Cove, Cache. Uuh 

9. ORLANDO LOWE ALLE*N b. 6 Dec. 1898 Cove, Cache. Uuh 

10. WILLARD LOWE ALLEN b. I Nov. 1 905 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

(This excerpr was taken from a sermon by Pres. G, A, Hogan of Lewiston, 
Utah at the funeral of James Carson Allen and his wife, Betsy) 
"The Aliens have always stood out In this northern section of Cache Valley 
as builders. Brother Allen was one of the first men to build a fine home in 
which to rear his family. Ke was ambitious. He saw into the future. There 
was something other than the mercenary things of life with these good people. 
They sought to do something that would bring to them salvation in the King- 
dom of our Father They were not pretentious. They lived their lives 

modestly, " 

ANDREW BICKMORE ALLEN b. 23 Dec. 1859 Ft. Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah 
d. 14 Apr. 1941 Cove, Cache. Utah son of Elijah and Eliza Ann (Bickmore) 
Allen md. 6 Jan. 1881 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Susanna Elizabeth 
Preece b. 19 Oct. 1 863 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho da u, of Mark and Ellen 
;Comish) Preece. Children. 

1. FRANCIS ANDREW ALLEN b. 20 June 1882 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. LEONARD PREECE ALLEN b. 16 June 1885 Cove. Cache, Utah 

■ ' 3. MAUDE PREECE ALLEN b. 5 May 1887 Cove. Cache, Utah d. 20 Mar. 
1890 

4. LORENZO PREECE ALLEN b. 5 July 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. FLORENCE SUSANNA ALLEN b. II Aug. 1 891 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. MARK PREECE ALLEN b, 27 June 1893 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. MARION ELIJAH ALLEN b. 1 8 Dec. 1900 Cove. Cache, Utah 

8. IVAN SYLVESTER ALLEN b. IQ Aug. IQ07 Cove. Cache. Utah 



J02 Elijah - Grandchildren 

Andrew Bickmore Allen was called "Hickory" by his daddy because he was 
quick and strong. It was a nickname that lasted all his life. His father died 
when he was six years old and his mother had a hard time providing for her 
family. As he had to go to school barefoot in the severe winter, he would run 
as far as he c o u 1 d , take off cap and stand on it, then grab his cap and run on 
again. He helped his brothers, William and Carson, herd cows in the summer. 
He could do a man's work binding wheat in the fields when in his early teens. 
At sixteen he went to the Logan Canyon and chopped lumber for the Logan 
Temple and received the same wages as the best choppers. He carried mortar 
to the masons who were building the temple walls. He was always handy and 
quick in whatever he did. He was an active church worker. 

Faith promoting story: On May i8, 1948 at the Andrew Bickmore Allen home 
aneVent occunedwhich made all involved grateful for the goodness of the Lord, 
Susanna Preece Allen and her son, Ivan, and family were busy with the acti- 
vities caused by a thunder storm. Ivan was trying to finish milking the herd of 
cows before the electrical power went off as was the custom in an electrical 
storm. A loud roar came and the lights went. The children became excited 
but Grandma Allen calmed them by saying, "Now children, don't get excited. " 
Ivan's wife suggested each say their prayers. Another roar and flash of light- 
ning came, and then all at once the most deaf- 
ening roar any of them had ever heard came 
from the kitchen. The brightest flash of light 
any had seen came from the kitchen stove. Fire 
came from the ceiling in the kitchen and burned 
black holes in the light fixtures. They ran into 
Grandma Allen's apartment only to find her 
standing in the center of the room with her hands 
to her ears. The same thing had happened to her 
Anarew, stove. Then Ivan burst in and told how the barn, 

himself, and the nine cows lined up in the stanchions had been struck. He 
said, "I just went down so hard it bent my big toe back. It was only a moment 
and I was coming back up when I noticed the nine cows had all fallen and were 
scrambling up. " He had two large blisters the size of a man's hand on his 
shoulders. The group counted their blessings that they had been spared. 

HENRY HEBER had very little schooling and had to walk over three miles to 
get this as his widowed mother and family lived on a homestead north of Rich- 
mond. He went on a mission in 1892 to the Indian Territory- (now Oklahoma). 
He was a successful farmer and stock raiser, and had a lot to do with the 
organization and development of the Cove Ward. He and his family moved to 
Logan Utah, in the fall of 1919. He took an active part in the Ward and spent 
eight years as a home missionary. He was a High Priest. 

HENRY HEBER ALLEN b. II Mar. 1 862 Ft. Herriman, Salt Uke, Utahd. 
26 Mar. 1941 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Elijah and Eliza Ann (Bickmore) 
Allen md. 10 Apr, 1882 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Elgena Poulsen b. 




Elijah - Grandchildren 13J 

22 Sept. i860 Richmond, 
Cache, Utahd. 12 July 1937 
Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Niels Christian and Helgc 
(Olsen) Poulsen. Children. 

1. JOSEPH ELD AH ALLEN 
b. 27 Jan. 1883 Cove, 
Cache, Utah 

2. MYRTLE ALLEN b. 21 
July 1884 Cove, Cache, Utah 
d. 9 July 1886 (drowned) 

3. HENRY HEBER ALLEN 

b, II Apr. 1886 Cove. 

Cache, Utah 
Henry Heber Allen Elgena Poulsen 

4. LILLIE POULSEN ALLEN b. 6 Apr. r888 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. JOSEPHINE POULSEN ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1889 Cove, Cache. Utah 

6. ARAM POULSEN ALLEN b. 6 Dec. 1891 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. HAZEN POULSEN ALLEN b. 2 Nov. 1893 Cove, Cache, Uuh 

8. SELETA POULSEN ALLEN b. 1 4 July 1 895 Cqve, Cache, Utah 

9. WILL ARD HELM AN ALLEN b . 26 Apr. 1 897 Cove. Cache, Utahd. 17 
June 1899 

10. ERMA ELGENA ALLEN b. 25 Feb. 1900 Cove, Cache, Utah 




JOSEPH SMITH ALLEN b. 20 Oct, 1863 Ft. Herriman, Salt Uke, Utah d. 
19 May 1933 Santa Ana, Orange, California son of Elijah and Eliza Ann (Bick- 
mote) Allen md. 9 Dec. 1 885 Logan. Cache, Utah Phebe Anderson b. 5 Mar, 
1868 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 21 Jan. 1941 Santa Ana, Orange, California 
dau. of George and Mary Ann (Davis) Anderson. Children. 

1. JOSEPH MERLE ALLEN b. 10 NOV. 1 886 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. PHEBE MAVIL ALLEN b. II July 1889 Cove, Cache. Utah 

3. GEORGE Q. ALLEN b. 5 Mar. 1 892 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. ELMO SMITH ALLEN b. 25 Nov. 1 893 Cove, Cache. Utah d. 21 Mar. 
1895 

5. GROVER EL0AH ALLEN b. 25 Feb. 1 895 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. ALICE ERMA ALLEN b. ii July 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. LUCILLE ALLEN b. 27 July 1900 Cove, Cache, Utah 

8. GRANT ANDERSON ALLEN b. 4 Feb. 1 904 Cove, Ciche. Utah 

9. MARY IN A ALLEN b. 20 Oct. 1 909 Cove. Cache, Utah 

After Joseph and Phebe were married several years, he was caUedtotlie 
Southern States Mission. She taught school while he was away. In the South 
the e 1 d e r s were constantly being mobbed. Joseph was mobbed three times . 
badly beaten once, and was saved from hanging only by the intervention of the 
sheriff and his deputies. After his return from the mission field, he was active 





Joseph Smith Allen Phebe Anderson 



j54 Elijah - Grandchildren 

in Church and Temple work and was County Commissioner of Cache County . 
He served two missions in the Southern California Mission, In theii later lives 
Joseph and Phebe lived in Santa Ana. California, but were both buried in Rich- 
mond, Utah. 

Life at the Joseph Smith Allen 
home was pleasant in spite of trials. 
Phebe was a good homemaker and 
kept a cheerful atmosphere within 
her house. There was lots of hard 
work to do and after it was done there 
was always time for play. The child- 
ren were allowed to entertain their 
friends and take part in the local 
holiday celebrations. The children 
were all taught to handle farm ani- 
mals and horses. Joseph carried a scar on his forehead where a horse kicked 

him. 
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAP? ALLEN 

by aUAH 
ANNIE ELIZA BARNES b. 23 June 1880 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Manasseh 
and Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. 13 Jan. 1904 Logan, Cache, Utah James 
William Atkinson, Jr., b. 3 Dec. 1879 Dayton, Franklin, Idaho son of James 
William and Mary (Handy) Atkinson. Children. 

1. LAVERNA ATKINSON b. 8 Dec. 
1904 Odgen, Weber, Utah 

2. ELEANOR B. ATKINSON b. 25 
Oct. 1906 Odgen, Weber, Utah 

3. F1,0YD M. ATKINSON b. 28 Jan. 
1909 Odgen, Weber, Utah 

4. MYRON BARNES ATKINSON b. 25 
Oct. 1910 Odgen, Weber, Utah 

5. EDNA B. ATKINSON b. 1 8 May 
1916 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

6. HILMA ELIZA ATKINSON b. 
26 Aug. 1 91 8 Treasureton, Franklin, 
Idaho. 







1 - Tj Sia-t-Vt -- 



James William 
Atkinson, Jr. 



Annie Eliza 
Bacne^ 



JOSEPH ANDREW 
BARNES b. 27 July 1 88 1 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Manasseh and Eliza Ann 
( Allen) B a r n e s md, (I) 

Clara md, (2) Edris. 

Hed. 24 Aug. 1948 Santa 
Rosa, California, 




Clara (?) 



Joseph Andrew Barnes 



Elijah - Great Grandchil4ren 135 

HENRY BARNES b. 15 Nov. 1882 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 29 Apr. 1 95 1 
Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of Manasseh and Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. 
9 Mar. 1 910 Logan, Cache, Utah Nellie May Lemmon b. i8 June 1884 Smith- 
field, Cache, Utah dau. of Willis and Anna Eliza (Homer) Lemmon. 
Children all bom at Smithfield, Cache, Utah. 
I. WINNIE MAY BARNES b. I2junei9ll 
2i LUCILE BARNES b. 12 Jan. 1913 

3. ANNA ELIZA BARNES b. I May 1914 

4. MELVIN JAY BARNES b. 29 Sept. 1915 

5. AFTON BARNES b. 14 Jan. 1917 ^BRMi^ I 
5. THOMAS BOYD BARNES b. 30 Dec. 1919 W)Wl^^' A 

7. GWEN BARNES b. 23 July 1923 

8. IV A JEAN BARNES b. 26 July 1930 Nellie & Henry Barnes 
Henry Barnes farmed most of his life. He filled a mission for the Church 

of Jesus Christ o f Latter-day Saints in the Northeastern States, He was the 
Smithfield night-watchman for several years, 

EPHRAIM BARNES b. 15 Oct._ 1885 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Manasseh and 
Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. 4 Nov. 1908 Logan, Cache, Utah Inez Gyllen - 
skog b. 21 July 1890 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau, of Theodore and Catherine 
Ann (Smith) Gyllenskog. 





Front row: Earl, Delia, Ephraim, Inez, Blanche, Theodore 
Back row: Irma, Bonnie Lou, LaRae, Mildred, Zelda 

Children. 

I. BLANCHE BARNES b. 8 Apr. 19 10 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

.2. BELLA BARNES b. 22 Feb. 1 912 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. ZELDA BARNES b. 21 Feb. 1914 Cove, ^Cache, Utah 

4. MILDRED CATHERINE BARNES b. 10 Aug. 1 9 16 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. INEZ LARAE BARNES b. 1 8 Mar. 191 9 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho 

6. IRMA LARUE BARNES b. 12 Mar. 192 1 Twin Falls, Twin Falls. Idaho 

7. EPHRAIM THEODORE BARNES b. 23 Mar. 1923 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, 

Idaho 

8. EARL BARNES b. 19 Apr. 1926 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho 

9. BONNIE LOU BARNES b. 14 May 1929 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho 

10. FERN BARNES b. 30 Jan. 1934 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho d. 30 
Jan^ 1934 



136 Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

Ephraim and Inez have enjoyed working in the church. Inez has also work- 
ed with the Society of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. 

MARY ELLEN BARNES b. 12 July i888Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Manasseh 
and Eliza Ann (Alien) Barnes md. 21 Dec. 1910 Logan, Cache, Utah Joseph 
Daniel Corbett b . 28 Feb. 1879 Smithfield, Cache, Utah d. 4 Jan. 195 1 son 
of Daniel -and Alverette (Fackrell) Corbett. Children. 

1. ALBERT DANIEL CORBETT b. 29 Sept. 1911 Richmond. Cache, Utah 

2. ELIZ:A ANN CORBETT b. 28 Sept. 1914 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. NETTIE BARNES CORBETT b. 8 June 1916 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. JACK BARNES CORBETT b. 21 Jan. 1 922 Kimberly, Twin Falls, Idaho 



Harriet Elizabeth 
Barnes 



Newell J. 
Purser 




John Robert 
Carver 




HARRIET ELIZABETH BARNES b. 20 Mar. 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Manassehand Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. (I) 8 Dec. 1915, Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah, John Robert Carver b. 6 Jan. 1891 Treasureton, Franklin, 
Idaho d. 16 Jan. 1 926 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho son of Thomas Wright and 
Sarah Angeline (Griffith) Carver. Md. (2)1931 Newell J, Purser, Children.' 

1. MILTON J. CARVER b. 10 Aug. 1 91 8 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. ALICE CARVER b. 10 May 1 920 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. ARCHIE B. CARVER b. 20 Dec. 1923 Cove, Cache, Utah 

Libbie Barnes married John R, Carver in the Salt Lake Temple and went to 
Treasureton, Idaho to homestead. While theii three children were still small , 
John died and Libbie stayed on the farm three years after his death. She mo- 
ved her family to Preston, continuing her active church work there as she had 
done in Treasureton, She later married Newell J. Purser and they made their 
home in Richmond. 



' CORA DELL BARNES b. 20 Aug. 1890 
Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Manasseh 
and Eliza Ann (Allen) Bames md. 22 
July 1 914 Logan, Cache, Utah Frank 

^ Nelson b. 6 Dec. 1 890 Treasureton , 
^1 Franklin, Idaho son of ^aron Joseph 
and Almera (Purser) Nelson. 




Cora Bames 



Frank Nelson 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren f, '37 

Children. 

1. EARL BARNES NELSON b. 31 Mar. 1916 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

2. JOSEPH F. NELSON b. II July 1921 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ALTON B. NELSON b. 8 Aug. 1924 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

4. NYLAN B. NELSON b. 5 Jan, 1 926 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

5. LYNN NELSON b. 11 July 1927 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

6. LA'MONT NELSON b, 5 Jan. 1934 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 
Frank and Cora Dell Nelson made their home in Treasureton, Idaho where 

they raised six boys. Durtng World War II five of their sons went into the ser- 
vice at the same time and all came home safely. 

ELMER J. BARNES b. 3 Oct. 1894. Cove, Cache Co., Utah, son of Ma - 
nasseh and Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. 13 Jan. 1920, Logan, Cache Co, , 
Utah Rosalie Golsan b. 29 Apr. 1 900, AutaugavOle, Autauga Co. , Alabama , 
dau. of Mallory Washington and Willie (Bond) Golsan. 

1. WILLIE JACKIE BARNES b. 19 Sept. 1920, Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. ASCEL M. BARNES b. 1 4 Jan. 1 922 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. JOSEPH EDWIN BARNES i>. 6 July 1 923, Logan, Ciche, Utah 

4. ARTHUR LEE BARNES b. 1 3 Aug. 1928, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

5. FERN OSIE BARNES b. 20 Oct. 1931, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

6. EVELYN BARNES b. II Sept, 1 933, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

7. MARY ELLEN BARNES b. 28julyl937, d. 14 Aug. 1937, Salt Lake, Utah 

8. ALICE BARNES b. 3 Dec, 1 941, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Elmer J. Barnes served his country in the 1st World War in England, France, 

and Germany. During his lifetime he served as foreman of the Amalgamated 
Sugar Company's farm and then became a member of the Salt Lake Police Force . 

MILTON L. BARNES b. 6 Mar. I 896 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Manasseh 
and Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md. 26 June 1 926 Pocaiello, Bannock, Idaho 
Luella Marie Gustavensen b. 10 Apr. 1907 Smithfield, Cache, Utah d. 18 
Apr. 1944. Cove, Cache,, Utah dau. of Gustof and Yarda (Johnson) Gustavensen 

Children 

1. YARDA COLEEN BARNES b. 2i Apr. 1927 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. YVONNE BARNES b. 5 Oct. 1 929 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. KEITH G. BARNES b. II Oct. 1931 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. JANET BARNES b. 6 Apr. 1937 Logan, Cache, Utah 

SARAH JANE BARNES b. 17 Oct, 1 898 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of Manasseh 
and Eliza Ann (Allen) Barnes md, 17 June 1915 Logan, Cache. Utah George 
Delos Carver (also known as Kirby) b, 27 June 1886 Fairview^ Sanpete, Utah 
son of Thomas Wright and Sarah Angeline (Griffith) Carver. 

Sarah Jane and George Delos Carver made their home in Treasureton, Idaho 
and farmed for a living. They have been extremely active in Church activities. 
George served in the Bishopric for seven years and was Bishop for four years. 
He was especially active in the Sunday School, Sarah Jane has been active in 



138 

both Relief Society and Primary. 




Elijah - Great Grandchildren 
They are now engaged in Temple work. 

Children. 

1. CLARA CARVER b, 
22 June 1 91 6 Treasure- 
ton, Franklin, Idaho 

2. THOMAS ODELL 
CARVER b. 6 Dec. 
1920 Smithfield , 
Cache, Utah 

3. DENTON CARVER 
b. 28 Apr. 1926 Trea- 



Cora Lavona 
Carver 



George Delos Sarah Jane 

Carver Carver 

sureton, Franklin, Idaho 

4, WRENA CARVER b. 22 Apr. 1930 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

5. CORA LAVONA CARVER b. 28 Feb. 1 939 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho 

JAMES CARSON ALLEN, JR. b. 2o March 1884 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
James Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen md. (1)23 May 1906 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Agnes Matilda Stewart b. 21 May 1884 d. 26 Apr. 1938 (div. 22 May 1933) 
dau. of J a m e s Zebulon and Julia Ann Wadsworth (Fitzgerald) Stewart. Md » 
(2) II Sept. 1935 Logan, Cache, Utah Leith Westover b. 22 Mar. 1897 Men- 
don, Cache, Utah dau. of John Henry and Mary Jane (Lallis) Westover. 

Children. 

1. JAMES CARSON ALLEN III b. I 

Oct, 1907 

2. JEWELL STEWART ALLEN b. 19 
Mar, 1 910 

3. PAUL STEWART ALLEN b. II May 
1913 d. 19 May 1913 

4. JESSE STEW ART ALLEN b. 1 8 Dec. 
1914 



jP'^asxssw^w^'- 




James Carson Allen Jr. 
Agnes Matilda Stewart 



5. NORMA STEWART ALLEN b. 12 July 1919 

ROBERT LOWE ALLEN b, 9 July 1 885 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 194- Ogden, 
Weber, Utah son of James Carson and Betsy (Lpwe) Allen md. 27 Nov. 1907 
Fay Comish b. 22 Sept, 1887 Cove, Cache, Utah, children. 




Robert L.Allen -Fay Cornish ^ Earl R, A lien MymaJ.Allen X lice J, AUen 




Elijah - Great Grandchildren lag 

1. EARL ROBERT ALLEN b/3 Oct. 1 908 

2. AREA ALLEN b. 2 Nov. 1909 d. 2 Nov. 1 909 

3. BERTHA ALLEN b. 26 Jan. 1912 d. 26 Jan, 191 2 

4. FRED COMISH ALLEN b. 4 Dec. 1913 d. 4 Dec. 1 91 3 

5. MYRNA JUNE ALLEN b. 17N0V. I9i4d. iSOct. I9i8(killed withrifle) 

6. ALICE JEAN ALLEN b. 28 May 1 91 9 

(I) LENNA LOWE ALLEN b. I Feb. 1887 Cove, 
Cache, Utah dau. of James Carson Sr. and Betsy 
(Lowe) Allen md. 12 May 1910 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Haze a Smart Parkinson b. i Apr. 1 884 Franklin , 
Franklin, Idaho son of Samuel R. and. Maria (Smart) 
Parkinson (div. ) Children. 

1. LAVON ALLEN PARKINSON b, 24 Feb. 1911 
Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. GWEN ALLEN PARKINSON b. 15 Mar. 15 1 2 ^enna Lowe Allen 
Preston, Franklin, Idaho Parkinson 

3. PRESTON ALLEN PARKINSON b. 15 Jan, 1 91 4 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. WAYNE ALLEN PARKINSON b. 22 Nov. 1916 Ririe, Jefferson. Idaho 

5. HAZEN ALLEN PARKINSON b. 26 Jan. 191 9 Rexburg, Madison, Idaho 

ARBA RILLA LOWE ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 1 889, Cove, Cache, Utah, dau, of 
James Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen, md. 7 June 1911, Walter John Glenn b, 
l^ Oct. 1884, Wellsville, Cache, Utah, son of Walter S. and Nancy (Bank- 
head) Glenn, Children. 

1. GEORGE ALLEN GLENN b. 13 Apr. 1912, Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. WILFORD DORIUN GLENN b. 28 Dec. 1 913, Brigham City, Box Elder, 
Utah 

3. VERNON ALLEN GLENN b. 7 Jan. 1916, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

4. VIVIAN ALLEN GLENN b. 7 Jan. 19 1 6, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

5. FRANKLIN ALLEN GLENN b. 25 Feb. 1918, Brigham City, Box Elder, 
Utah 

6. ARIEL WALTER GLENN b. 6 Apr. 1 920, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

7. MELBA MARIE GLENN b. 26 Aug. 1924, Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

8. JAMES RICHARD GLENN b. 29 Mar. 1928, Brigham City, Box Elder, 
Utah d. 31 Aug. 1935 

EFFIE LOWE ALLEN b. 25 Apr. 1891, Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of James 
Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen md. 14 Oct, 1915 Salt Uke, S.L. Utah (i) Al- 
vero Warden b. 12 July 1 881 Nine Mile, Oneida, Idaho d. 1948 California son 
o f John and Minerva (Rose) Wardell. Md. (2) Alonzo Fryhoner in California 
b. 31 July 1878. 

1. DELBERT ALLEN WARDELL b. 8 Aug. 1916 Poplar, Idaho d. 30 May 
I918 

2, NORMA WARDELL b. 2 Feb. 1918 Cove, Cache, Utah 



140 Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

3. ALVERO ALLEN WARDELL b. 4 Nov. 1 91 9 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. KEITH ALLEN WARDELL b. 30 Sept, 1921 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. CHLOE WARDELL b. 17 May 1 926 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. ARLA MAE WARDELL b. 22 Sept. 1 929 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 11 Jan. 
1936 

SARAH LOWE ALLEN b. 6 July 
1893 Cove, Cache, Utahdau. of 
James Carson and Betsy (Lowe) 
Allen, md. 22 Dec. 191 5, Salt 
Lake City, S. L. Utah Marriner 
William Hendricks b, 11 Nov. 
1892 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
son of James Warren and Eliza- 
beth Almira (Merrill) Hendricks. 

Alonzo Fryhoner Effie Lowe Allen Children. 

1. ETHEL ALLEN HENDRICKS b. 4 Aug. 1916 Moulton, Cassia, Idaho 

2. MARRINER WILLIAM HENDRICKS, JR. b. 30 Nov. 1 91 8 Cove, Cache, 




Utah 



3. RUTH ALLEN HENDRICKS b. 10 July 1920, Moulton, Cassia, Idaho 






Luthei B. Glenn 



Ethel Lowe Allen 



Leo S. Cornish 



ETHEL LOWE ALLEN b. 6 Feb. 1895 Cove, Cache, Utahdau. of James 
Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen md. (i) 22 Jan. 1919 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah Luther Bankhead Glenn b. 22 Dec. 1893 Wellsville, Cache, Utah son of 
Walter S. and Nancy (Bankhead) Glenn. He d. 7 Aug. 1922, Ogden, Weber, 
Utah. Md. (2) 26 Dec. 1924 Salt Lake City, S. L. , Uuh Leo Stanford Cornish 
b. 25 Mar. 1889, Cove, Cache. Utah so'^ of John and Elizabeth (Sunford) 
Cornish. He d. 30 Oct. 1946, Ogden, Wtuur, Utah, 
Children by Luther^. Glenn. 

1. LUANA ALLEN GLENN b. 1 9 Jan. 1920 Cove. Cache, Utah 

2. MERNA ALLEN GLENN b". 10 Oct. i92iCove, Cache, Utah 
Children by Leo Stanford Comish. sm. 

3. VERLA ALLEN COMISH b. ii May 1926, PresWn, Franklin. Idaho 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 



141 




Leo S. Comish, Jr» 



Calvin Ray Comish 



John Gordon Comish 



4. VERLEEN ALLEN- COMISH b. II May 1926, Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

5. LEO STANFORD COMISH, JR. b. 3 July 1928, Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

6. CALVIN RAY COMISH b, 21 Dec. 1 930, Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

7. JOHN GORDON COMISH b. 15 July 1932. Cove, Cache, Utah 

ELVA LOWE ALLEN b. 9 Oct. I 897 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of James 
Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen. Md. 19 Sept. 1917 Logan, Cache, Utah Well- 
ington Paul Wilson b, 20 Mar, 1894 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Ellis and 
Lerona Abigail Monroe (Martin) Wilson. 



Elva 

Lowe 

Allen 

Wilson 

Family 




1. WELLINGTON PAUL WILSON JR. b. 28 Oct. igigLvmd, Bannock, Idaho 

2. MARCELLUS ALLEN WILSON b. 2 Feb. 1921 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. LUTHER GLENN WILSON b. 13 Aug. 1 922, Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. LOIS ALLEN WILSON b. 29 Sept. 1 923 Compton. L.A. , Calif. 

5. EARL ALLEN WILSON b. 7 July 1 926 Compton, L. A. , Calif. 

6. RHODA ELAINE WILSON b. 4 Jan. 1928 Compton, L. A. , Calif. 

7. SHIRLEY GERALDINE WILSON b. 6 Nov. 1930 Compton, L. A. , Calif. 

CLARENCE LOWE ALLEN b. 19 Oct. igooCove, Cache, Utah son of James 
Carson and Betsy (Lowe) Allen, Md. 22 July 1 925 Logan, Cache, Utah Florence 
Comish b. 4 Apr. 1906 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph Nephi and Bertha 
(Bowcutt) Comish. 
Children. 

1, CLAIR COMISH ALLEN b. 27 Apr, 1926, Cove, Cache,' Utah 

2. JANICE ALLEN b. 8 July 1929, Cove, Cache, Utah 




Elijah - Great Grandchildren 



Lower row: Florence 
and Clarence Allen. 
Top row: Son-in-law 
Jay Griffin, daughter, 
Janice Allen Griffin, 
\ son, Clair Allen. 



RAYMOND LOWE ALLEN b. lOOct. l902Cove, Utah 
d. 2 Aug. 1947 Cove, Cache, Utah son of James Carson 
and Betsy (Lowe) Allen md. 28 Nov. 1928 Salt Lake, S. L. , 
Utah Delia Smith b. 14 Aug. 191 2 Downey, Idaho dau , 
of Ernest Carlos and Nellie (Laurenson) Smith. Children. 

1. JOLENE ALLEN b. 21 Oct. 1 929 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho 

2. RANAE ALLEN b. 22 June 1 933 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho 

3. JUDY ALLEN b. 1 5 July 1946 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho 

Raymond Lowe Allen was an active church and civic worker serving an L, D. 
S. mission in Canada, He was Bishop of the Cove Ward for eight years and then 
served on the High Council of the Benson Stake. He was killed by lightning. 




Raymond L. Allen 




Louis Lowe Allen Family 

LOUIS LOWE ALLEN b. Lj Oct. 18^85 Cove Cache, Utah d. 26 Nov. 1943 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of James Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Allen 
md. 17 Dec. 191 3 Margaret Smith b. 3 May 1892 /T^mbois, Northumberland, 
England. Children. 



Elijah - Great Grandchildtii '43 

1. MARY HELEN ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1 9 14 Lehi. Utah. Utah 

2. LOUIS SMITH ALLEN b. 3 Mar. 1917 Banlda, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ORLANDO SMITH ALLEN b. 5 June 1918 Buhl,^ Twin Falls. Idaho 

4. MARGARET YVONNE ALLEN b. 22 Feb. 1920 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, 

Idaho 

5. JOHN SMITH ALLEN b. 4 r. 1926 Price, Carbon, Utah 

6. RICHARD SMITH ALLEN b. 4 Aug. 1929 Lehi, Utah, Utah 

ELLEN LOWE ALLEN b. 
5 Apr. 1887 Cove, Cache, 
Utah dau. of James Carson 
and Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. 
27 Nov. 1907 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, UtahFrank 
Edwin Bodily b. 12 Feb. 
1881 Fairview, Oneida, 
Idaho son of William and 
Deliah (McFerson) Bodily. 

Children. 
Ellen Lowe Allen and Frank Bodily Family 

I. FRANK REYNOLD BODILY b. 29 Aug. 1908 Fairview, Oneida, Idaho 




2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 



ROSS ALLEN BODILY b. 8 Feb. 191 Fairview, Oneida, Idaho 
CARSON ALLEN BODILY b. 10 Mar. 191 2 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho 
MORRIS ALLEN BODILY b, id Sept. 1914 Fairview, Oneida, Idaho 
JelLIE ALLEN BODBLY b. 28 Oct. 1917 Fairview, Oneida. Idaho 




ELIZA LOWE ALLEN b. 29 Dec. 
1888 Cove, Cache, Utahd. 12 Feb. 
1934 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of 
James Carson and Ell^ (Lowe) Allen' 
md, 3 Apr. 19 1 2 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Lamoni Rawson Taylor b. 
12 Aug. 1887 Mapleton, Idaho son of 
Lamoni and Lenora Obedience (Raw- 
Lamoni Rawson Eliza Lowe Allen son) Taylor. Children, 
Taylor Taylor 

I. HELEN LUCILE TAYLOR b. 18 Mar. 1913 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
2". MARJORIEAFTON TAYLOR b. 16 Nov. 1916 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
3! ROSS JAY TAYLOR b. 1 9 Oct. 1 91 8 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

MAYBELL LOWE ALLEN b. 18 May 1890 Cove, Cache. Utah d. 21 Mar 
1936 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke. Utah dau. of James Carson and Ellen (Lowe) 




144 Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

Allen md. Clarence Christian Whitehead b. 7 Feb. 1887 Richmond, Cache, 
Utah d. 2 Feb, 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of Frank and Annie 
Catherine (Monson) Whitehead. Children. 



I. EDNA CATHERINE WHITE- 
HEAD b. 15 June 1 91 5 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho 

2. THEDA MAY WHITEHEAD 
b. 15 Aug. 1920 Preston, Frank- 
lin, Idaho 

3. CLAIR ALLEN WHITEHEAD 
b. 20 Feb. 1922 Santa Ana, 
Orange, California Clarence Christian MaybellLowe 

Whitehead AlJ^n 

4. BARBARA JUNE WHIT EHE AD b. II June 1924 Santa Ana, Orange, 
California * 

5. BETTY LOU WHITEHEAD b. 29 Nov. 1 928 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
d. 1 9 Mar. 1936 

6. KENNETH DEAN WHITEHEAD b. 14 Dec, 1 930 Rupert, Minidoka, 
Idaho 



LEO LOWE ALLEN b . 2 Aug. 1 891 
Cove, Cache, Utah d. 16 July 1932 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of James 
Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. 
30 June I 9 I 5 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Manha Alma Price b. 31 Dec. 1889 
Seven Springs, Wayne, North Caro- 
lina dau, of Jessie ' and Martha Ann 

Leo Lowe Martha Alma ( ) Price. Chiii'iren. 

Allen Price 

1. VERN PRICE ALLEN b. 24 May 1916 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. MARTHA HELEN ALLEN b. 20 Mar. 1 91 8 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho 

3. BESSIE (BETTY) ALLEN b, 12 May 1919 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho 

4. ROBERT LEE ALLEN b, 22 May 1927 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

FERNANDO LOWE ALLEN b. 16 Mar. 1893 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
James Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. 29 Nov. 1916 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Alta Chambers b. 22 Dec. 1895 Sraithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of Alfred B. 
and Mary Ann (Fishburn) Chambers. Children, 

1. MAXINE ALLEN b. l4Jan. 1 91 8 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. ORRIS MAE ALLEN b. 9 Oct. 1920 Cove, Cache. Utah 

3. FERRIN LEON ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 1928 Smithfield',- Cache, Utah 




Elijah - Gre^t Grandchildren 



Maxine, Ferrin Leon, Orris Mae 
Fernando ^nd Alta 




RACHEL LOWE ALLEN b. 24 Oct. l894Cove, Cache, Utah d. 4 Mar. 1932 
Niter. Bannock, Idahq. dau. of James Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. James 
Austin Whitehead s^ jf Frank and (i) Cozy (Griffin) Whitehead. 

1. MARJORIE WHITEHEAD b. 18 Aug. 1921 Niter, Bannock, Idaho 

2. AUSTIN JUNIOR WHITEHEAD b. 16 July 1924 Niter, Bannock, Idaho 

3. FRANCIS GRANT WHITEHEAD b. 25 Sept. 1927 Niter, Bannock, Idaho 



(I) LAVERA LOWE ALLEN b. 14 
July 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. 
of James Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Al- 
len md. 6 June 19 17 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Clarence Aston b. 20 Aug. 1894 
Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho son of John 
and Alice (Bumingham) Aston. 





Clarence Jay, Donna Ruth, E>oris Nadine, Euvada Mae and Joyce Ann Astoii 
Children. 

1. CLARENCE JAY ASTON b. 1 5 Nov. 1918 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho d. 
1 5 June 1 936 

2. WILLARD ALLEN ASTON b. 9 Aug. 1 920 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho 

3. DONNA RUTH ASTON b. 24 Nov. 1922 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho d. 
29 July 1926 

4. JAMES ALLEN ASTON b. 6 July 1927 Gooding, Gooding, Idaho 

5. DORIS NADINE ASTON b. 23 Dec. 1 928 Gooding, Gooding, Idaho 

6. EUVADA MAE ASTON b. 12 May 1932 Gooding, Gooding, Idaho 

7. JOYCE ANN ASTON b. 12 Sept. 1934 Gooding, Gooding, Idaho . 



ORLANDO LOWE ABLEN b. 6 Dec. 1898 Cove, Cache, Utah son of James 



ia6 ' Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

Carson ind Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. in Boise, Ada, Idaho Doris Carsey b. 15 
Sept. 1 906 Valley, Douglas, Nebraska dau, of Edward and Mary Susan (Rambo) 
Carsey. 




Top row: Lynn, Peggy Lorraine. Lower row: Doris. Richard and Orlando 

Children (adopted) 

I. LYNN ALLEN b. 13 May 1937 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2» PEGGY LORRAINE ALLEN b. 28 Jan. 1 929 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah 

3, RICHARD ALLEN b. 3 Nov. 1 943 Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah 




Willard Lowe Allen, Almira Raymond, Lowell, Raymond, Almixa, Ann 

WILLARD LOWE ALLEN b. I Nov. 1905 Cove, Cache, Utah son of James 
Carson and Ellen (Lowe) Allen md. 26 Mar. 1930 Almira Raymond b. 9 Aug. 
1902 Plain City, Utah. Children 

1. WILLARD RAYMOND ALLEN b. l4Dec. 1931 Weiser, Washington, Idaho 

2. LOWELL RAYMOND ALLEN b. 23 Mar, 1933 Menan, Jefferson, Idaho 

3. ANN ALLEN b. 15 Dec. 1936 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

4. ALMIRA ALLEN b. I Feb. 1 94 1 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

FRANCIS ANDREW ALLEN b. 20 June 1882 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 16 Apr. 
1931 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Andrew Bickmore and Susanna Elizabelh 
(Preece) Allen md. 14 Sept. 1904 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Fay Har- 
grave Stanford b. 30 Oct, 1 881 Smirhfield, Cache, Utah dau. of Barnet New- 
ham and Mary (Hargrave) Stanford, children 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren W7 

1. CYRIL STANFORD ALLEN b. 2 July 1905 Cove, Cache. Utah 

2. ARIEL FRANCIS ALLEN b. 1 8 Jan. 1907 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

3. SUSIE MARY ALLEN b. 24 Sept. 1908 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

4. ANDREW STANFORD ALLEN b. 19 Dec. 1910 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

5. GLEN STANFORD ALLEN b. 12 Jan. 1913 Grace, Bannock. Idaho 

6. RULON STANFORD ALLEN b. 22 Aug. 1914 Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

7. HARNETT STANFORD ALLEN b. 7 May 1916 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

8. VERNE S. ALLEN b. 19 May 1918 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

9. FRANCIS ANDREW ALLEN, JR. b. 20june 1 920 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

10. THEODORES. ALLEN b. 5 Mar. 1922 Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

11. FAYS, ALLEN b. 22 Jan. 1924 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

12. CONNIE S. ALLEN b. 20 Mar. 1926 Grace. Bannock, Idaho 
Francis and Faye Allen lived a t Grace, Idaho where he had an interest in 

cattle and sheep and was a prosperous farmer. They were public spirited and 
did much in building up the community. He filled a mission in the South Sea 
Islanjis and she has been busy in the Relief Society, 




Francis Andrew 
Allen 



Fay Stanford 



Leonard Preece 
Allen 



Lena Maude 
Wallace 



LEONARD PREECE ALLEN b. 16 June 1 885 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Andrew Bickmore and Susanna Elizabeth (Preece) Alien md. (i) 16 June 1909 
Logan, Cache, Utah Lena Maude (Wallace) Van Sycle (widow of George Van 
Sycle) b. 12 Apr. 1878 Quasqueton. Buchanan, Iowa dau. of James R. and 
Jane E. (Stoneman) Wallace, (div.) Md. (2) 22 Aug. 1923 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Stella E. Seeley b. 1 1 Aug. 1889 Castle Dale, Emery, Utah dau. of 
James Wellington and Elizabeth (Reynolds) Seeley. 

Leonard Preece Allen is a chiropractor in Preston, Idaho. He has been 
very active in missionary work and farmed in Rupert. Idaho. Children 

1. EVA LORRAIN VAN SYCLE ALLEN (adopted) b. 26 Mai. 1899, Jowa 

2. DOROTHY ELIZABETH ALLEN (adopted).b. 18 June 1914 Frovo, Utah. 
Utah 

3. LOWELL J. ALLEN b. 2 Mar. 1931 Boise, Ada. Idaho 



143 




Mary, Lorenzo, Iris and 
Alice Allen 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 
Lorenzo Preece Allen is a farmer and 
his interest are in music, blacksmithing, 
and shop work. He has done missionary 
work and the family has t a k e n an active 
part in Ward activities, 

LORENZO PREECE ALLEN b. 5 July 1 889 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Andrew Bick- 
more and Susanna Elizabeth (Preece) Allen, 
md. 7 June 1911, Salt Lake City, S.L. 
Utah, Mary Ellen Calkins b. 17 Mar. 1892 
Lago, Bannock, Idaho dau, of James Pal- 
mer and Alice (Allsop) Calkins. Children. 

1. LOIS ALLEN b. 1 8 June 1912, Niter, Bannock, Idaho 

2. LOUIS CALKINS ALLEN b. 25 May 1913, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

3. JAMES ANDREW ALLEN b. 1 5 Aug. 1914, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

4. MARION CALKINS ALLEN, b. 1 9 July 1915, Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

5. CECIL CALKINS ALLEN b. I July 1917, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

6. MILDRED ALLEN b. 25 Dec. 1918, Grace, Bannock, Idaho, d. 30 Dec. 
1920, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

7. VIL ATE ALLEN b. 20 Nov. 1 92 1, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

8. RANDALL LLOYD ALLEN b. 25 July 1924, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

9. ANNA RAE ALLEN b. 14 Sept. 1927, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

10. LORENZO CALKINS ALLEN b. 23 Feb. 1930, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

11. IRIS ALLEN b. I Jan. 1932, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

12. ALICE ALLEN b, 30 Aug. 1935, Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 



Front row: Florence . Allen 
Rich and Susanna P. Allen, 
Back row: Ivan a. Allen, 
Gayla Rich, Rodney A, Rich, 
Elizabeth Rich McGee and 
Mark Rich. 



Florence Susanna Rich has been very active in the Church and has a strong 
testimony of the Gospel due to the healing power of the Lord. 

FLORENCE SUSANNA ALLEN b. II Aug. 1891, Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Andrew and Susanna Elizabeth (Preece) Allen, md. 7 Jan. 1914, Logan, Cache, 
Utah, Rodney Rich L. i Jan. 1889, Porterville, Morgan, Utah son of Landon 
and Mary Florence (Branon) Rich. Children. 

1. RODNEY ALLEN RICH b. 6 Oct. 1914, Cove, Cache. Utah. , 

2. MARK ALLEN RICH b. 17 May 1916 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

3. LANDON ANDREW RICH b. II Feb. 1918, Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

4. LEROY ALLEN RICH b. 5 June 1920, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 





Elijah - Great Grandchildren 149 

5. ELIZABETH FLORENCE RICH b. 17 Apr. 1924. Alexander, Bannock. 
Idaho 

s 6. IVAN ADELBERT RICH b. 12 July 1926. Logan. Cache. Utah 
7, GAYLA RICH b. 4 Oct. 1 927, Cove, Cache. Utah 

MARK PREECE ALLEN b. 27 

2893, Cove, Cache, Utah son of 

Andrew Bickmoreand Susanna 

Elizabeth (Preece) Allen, md. 29 

Mar. 1921 Thatcher, Graham, 

Arizona Flossie Layton b. 2 Mar. 

1898, Thatcher, Graham, Ariz. 

dau. of Oscar George and Lula 

Jane (Lewis) Layton. Children. 

The Mark Preece Allen Family 

1. HELEN LARAINE ALLEN b. 24 Mar. 1922, Cove, Cache. Utah 

2. JUNIUS LAYTON ALLEN b. 31 Mar. 1924. Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

3. MADGE ELAINE ALLEN b. 30 Oct. or 20 Nov. 1927, Thatcher, Gra- 
ham, Arizona, d. 4 Mar. 1945, Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

4. CHAD LAYTON ALLEN b. 25 Jan. 1935, Grace, Bannock, Idaho 
Mark Preece and Flossie live at Grace, Idaho where he is water master 

oyer a large water system. During his mission in the Western States he had 
several experiences which strengthened his testimony. 

MARION ELIJAH ALLEN b. 18 Dec. 1900, Cove, Cache, Utah son of An- 
drew Bickmoreand Susanna Elizabeth (Preece) Allen, md. 6 May 1925, Logan. 
Cache, Utah Georgia Merrill b. 22 Dec. 1905, Richmond, Cache. Utah dau, 
of O. D. Merrill and Mary Laura (Hansen) Merrill. Children. 

Marion and Georgia Allen reside in Ogden, Utah. He has been machinist 
and general mechanic. He has been outstanding in organizing entertainments 
for the community of Cove. Children. 



1. JACQUELINE ALLEN b. 28 
Dec. 1925 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. MARION MERRILL ALLEN b. 6 
Nov. 1927 Cove, Cache. Utah 

3. SUSANNA ALLEN b. 4 June 
1934 Cove, Cache, Utah. 




Jacqueline, Merrill. Susanna 
Georgia and Marion Allen 



IVAN SYLVESTER ALLEN b. 19 Aug. 1907, Cove, Cache, Utah son of An- 



ICQ Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

drew Bickmore and Susanna Elizabeth (Preece) Allen, md. 14^71938, 
vManti, San Pete, Utah Agatha Mary Hatch b. 18 Dec. 191 6, Swan Lake, 
Bannock, Idaho' dau, of Edwin Pace and Ethel Kathetine (Gooch) Hatch. 
Children, 



1. KAYLENE ALLEN b. 9 
Sept. 1940, Logan, Cache, 
Utah 

2. ARLO HATCH ALLEN b. 
4 July 1942, Logan, Cache, 
Utah 

3. ANDREW ALLEN b. 25 
Feb, 1945, Logan, Cache, 
Utah d. 26 Feb. 1945 

4. MYRNA ALLEN b. 7 Oct. 
1945, Logan, Cache, Utah 




Ivan Sylvester Allen Family 



Ivan Sylvester Allen is a farmer in Cove and is the Ward clerk. 



JOSEPH ELIJAH ALLEN b. 27 Jan. 1883 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Henry 
Heber and Elgena (Poulsen) Allen, md. (i) 8 Mar. 1905 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Sarah C. Bodily b. 17 Nov. 1886 Fairview, Franklin. Idaho dau, of William 
Edward and Harriet Ann (Oliverson) Bodily. Md. (2) Eula Gard. Children. 

1. LUCILE B. ALLEN b. 6 Mar. 1906 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

2. FRED BODILY ALLEN b. 23 Jan. 1908 Cornish, Cache, {Jtah d. 1 8 
Jan. 1909 

3. HORACE BODILY, ALLEN b. 1 7 Nov. 1 909 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. WANDA BODILY ALLEN b. 4 May 1 91 2 Cornish, Cache, Utah 

5. JOSEPH BODILY ALLEN b. 14 Nov. 1914 Farmlngton. Utah d. 14 Nov. 

1914 

6. LELA BODILY ALLEN b. 30 Apr. 1916 Barley, Cassia, Idaho 

HENRY HEBER ALLEN JR. b. 1 1 Apr, 1 886 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Henry Heler St. and Elgena (Poulsen) Allen md. 29 Sept. 1909 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Reda Ricks b. 15 Mar. 1890 Springville, Utah, Utah dau. of Joel and 
Susette (Cardon) Ricks. Children. 

1. DOROTHY ALLEN b. 12 Sept. 1910 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. ROLAND RICKS ALLEN b, 27 Jan. 1 91 2 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. OPAL ALLEN b. i9Jan. 1914 Banida, Franklin, Idaho 

4. CARMA ALLEN b. 26 Mar. 1 91 5 Banida, Franklin, Idaho 

5. IRENE ALLEN b. 13 Nov. 1917 Banida, Franklin, Idaho 

6. BARBARA ALLEN b. 10 July 1920 Cove, Cache, Utah ^ 

7. EUNICE ALLEN b. 1 9 June 1 922 Cov^, Cache, Utah 

8. LOUISE ALLEN b. 16 Apr. 1925 Swanlake, Bannock, Idaho 

9. PAUL HEBER ALLEN b. 30 Aug. 1 927 Swanlake, Bannock, Idaho 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 151 

10. DEAN HENRY ALLEN b. 5 June 1931 Swanlake, Bannock. Idaho 

11. PRESTON RICKS ALLEN b. I Jan. 1933 Swanlake, Bannock. Idaho 
Henry Heber and Reda Allen. Jr. ranch and farm at Soda Springs. Idaho. 

They have been very active in the Church wherever they, have lived. 




The Henry Heber Allen Jr. Family 

LILLIE ALLEN b. 6 Apr. 1888 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Henry Heber and 
Elgena (Pouften) Allen md. 26 June 1907 Logan, Cache, Utah Andrew Anton 
Johnson b. 8 Sept. 1883 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 5 June 1939 Heber City , 
Wasatch, Utah son of Lars Christian and Matilda (Madson) Johnson. Children. 




Lillie Allen, Children and Grandchildren 

1. PORT L^L BONNE JOHNSON b. 14 
May 1908 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. BOOKER ELMO JOHNSON b. 4 
Oct. 1909 Cove, Cache. Utah 

3. ALLEN ANDREW JOHNSON b. 2 
Apr. 1912 Newton, Cache. Utah 

4. GEORGE LOWELL JOHNSON b. 13 
Feb. 1916 Newton, Cache. Utah d. 13 
Jan. 1917-. 




Andrew Johnson Dunn L. Taylor 



jC2 Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

(I) JOSEPHINE POULSEN ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 14 
Feb. 1920 Cove, Cache, Utahdau. of Henry Heber and Elgena (Poulson) Allen 
md. II Dec. i9i2SaltLake City, Salt Lake, Utah George Williams b. 6 May 
1890 Treasureton, Bannock, Idaho son of Charles. Jr. and Elizabeth Jane 
(Clements) Williams, Children. 

1. GLADYS LETHA WILLIAMS b. ;9 Dec. 1913 Cove. Cache. Utah 

2. WOODROW GEORGE WILLL\MS b. 24 Aug. 191 6 Treasureton, Bannock, 
Idaho d. 19 Sept. 1916 

3. EVA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS b. 10 Jan. 1 918 Cove, Cache, Utah 

ARAM POULSEN ALLEN 
b. 6 Dec. 1891 Cove, 
Cache, Utah son of Henry 
Heber Sr. and Elgena 
(Poulsen) Allen md. 26 
Sept. 1917 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Lucy May Kofoed b. 
3 Oct. 1895 Afton, Lin- 
coln, Wyoming d a u. of j 
James Hans and Ellen El- .-'^' 
mira (Quigley) Kofoed. The Aram Poulsen AUen Family 

Aram Allen grew up in Cove, Utah, He attended local schools and the B, 
Y. C. at Logan. Lucy Kofoed and Aram were married whi4e he was farming in 
Banida and she was teaching school. They had a large family of eight child- 
ren, they lost three, two of them in an automobile accident. Their present 
address is Swan Lake, Idaho. 

1. GAIL KOFOED ALLEN b. 29 July 1918 Cove. Cache. Utah 

2. EDRIE ELLEN ALLEN b. 9 Jan. 1921 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

3. IRIS ALLEN b. 24 Aug. 1922 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho d. 21 Feb. 
1928 

4. ARAM CALVIN ALLEN b . 17 Feb. 1925 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho d, 

18 Feb. 1928 
€ 5. ELDA ALLEN b. 21 May 1928 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho d, 21 May 
1928 

6. REA LUCY ALLEN b. 6 June 1929 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

7. LARUE ALLEN b. 29 Aug, 1 93 1 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

8. BOYD K. ALLEN b. 15 Aug. 1934 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 




HAZEN POULSEN ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1893 Cove. Cache, Utah d. 7 July 
1935 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho son of Henry Heber and Elgena (Poulsen) 
Allen md. (1)4 Oct. 1 916 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Elizabeth Barrett. 
Md. (2) Ethel Heninger. 

SELETA POULSEN ALLEN b. 1 4 July 1 895 Cove, Cache, Utahdau. of 
Henry Heber and Elgena (Poulsen) Allen md. g Dec, 1 91 8 Logan, Cache, 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren '53 

Utah John Vernon Adams b. 7 Nov. 1 892 son of John 0. and Sarah Maria 
(Cowley) Adams, Children. 

1. PAUL VERNON ADAMS b. 14 Dec. 1 91 9 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. LUWANA ADAMS b. 23 Feb. 1924 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. GRANT ADAMS b. 7 Sept. 1925 Logan. Cache, Utah 

4. VIRGINIA ADAMS b. 9 Sept. 1927 Logan, Cache, Utah d. 5 Oct. 1947 

5. ALICE ADAMS b. 16 June 1929 Logan, Cache, Utah 

6. HELEN ELGENA ADAMS b. 6 Mar. 1 932 Cleveland, Bannock. Idaho 

7. JOAN ADAMS b. 4 Aug. 1934 Cleveland, Bannock. Idaho 




The John Vernon Adams Family 
John and S e 1 e ta Adams have been outstanding in their church activities 
throughtout their lives. John filled a mission to Japan, served as ward clerk, 
scoutmaster. Bishop's counsellor and Bishop of Cleveland Ward. He is at pre- 
sent a member of the Bannock Stake High Council. His wife has been active 
both in Church and civic organizations, serving as the Cleveland, Idaho post- 
master for the past decade. 



ERMA ELGENA ALLEN b. 25 Feb. 1900 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of Henry 
Heber Sr. and Elgena(Poulsen) Allen md. 28 June 1922 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Oscar Legrand Rice b. 24 Mar. 1898 Providence, Cache, Utah son of Oscar 
Franklin and Charlotte (Pickett) Rice. Children. 



1. ELEANOR RICE b. 17 Apr. 
1924 Provo, Utah, Utah 

2. MAXINE RICE b, 7 Aug. 
1926 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. DON ALD LEGRAND RICE b. 
i8 Mar. 1933 Denver, Denver, 
Colo. 




The Oscar Legrand Rice Family 



154 Elijah - Great Grandchildren 

Erma and Oscar Legrand Rice have been extremely active in Church organ- 
izations wherever they have lived. His work with the United States Reclama- 
tion Bureau caused them to move frequently in their early manied life, they 
are both well educated and are hard workers in anything they attempt to do . 
Erma has been a prominent Relief Society worker, demonstrating great ad- 
ministrative ability. Music is outstanding in their home and both daughters 
are accomplished pianists and composers. Oscar is now Assistant Chief De- 
signing Engineer for the United States Bureau of Reclamation. They reside at 
432 So. Humboldt, Denver, Colorado. 




Joseph Merle Allen 
Vera Davis Allen 



JOSEPH MERLE ALLEN b . 10 Nov. 1886 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Smith and 
Phebe (Anderson) Allen md, 29 Oct. 191 3 Salt 
Lake, S. L. , Utah Vera Davis b. 13 Mar. 1896 
Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah dau. of Harry and 
Eliza (Pace) Davis d. 6 Apr. 1946. Children, 



1. HELEN VERA ALLEN b. 3 Aug. 1 91 4 Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah 

2. CARMA JEAN ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 1 91 5 Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah 

3. DONNA MARIE ALLEN b. 28 Feb. 1 920 Spanish Fork, ^tah, Utah 
Merle's Profession: Veterinarian, Has practiced in Spanish Fork and 

Fillmore. 



PHEBE MAVIL ALLEN b. II j 
July 1890, Cove, Cache, Utah 
dau, of Joseph Smith and Phebe 
(Anderson) Allen, md. 7 Mar, 
1917 Logan, Cache, Utah James 
Albert McMunin b, 10 Apr. 1889 
Salt Lake City, S. L. Utah son of 
James Leaing and Edith Mary 
(Turpin) McMurrin, Children, 




Phebe Mavil Allen 
James Albert McMurrin 



1, JAMES ALLEN McMURRDSf b. 28 Dec. 19 1 8 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2, JANET LUCILLE McMURRIN b, 21 Dec. 1922, Logan, Cache, Uuh 

3, ALICE MAE McMURRIN b. 24 July 1926 Logan, Cache. Uuh 



GEORGE Q. ALLEN b. 5 Mar. 1892 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Smith 
and Phebe (Anderson) Allen md. 25 Aug. 191 5 Salt Lake City, S, L. , Utah 
Sarah Elizabeth Tltensor b. 30 Mar. 1893 Cove, Cache, Utah. Children. 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 
J. IRIS ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 1917 

Weston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. FARRELL GEORGE ALLEN b. 

21 Aug. 1 918 Cove, Cache, Utah 
• 3. RALPH DEAN ALLEN b. 29 

Oct. [920 Cove, Cache, Utah. d. 

I Feb. 1 92 1 

George Q. Allen filled a mission 

in Belguim, France, and Wales. 



'55 




Sarah E. Titensor GcorgeQ. Allen 




1st row: Ruth, Bruce £. ; 2nd row; Joseph S, , France, Grover E. , Edris, Leora, 
Nadean. 3rd row: James R. Harris G. and Gilbert H. 

*' Grover Elijah Allen farms in Cove, Utah. He is secretary of the Cove Irri- 
gation Company and is an active Church worker. Both of his wives have been 
school teachers and active in the Church. 

GROVER ELIJAH ALLEN b. 5 Feb. 1895 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph 
Smithand Phebe (Anderson) Allen md. (i) 17 Oct. 1917 Logan, Ca^he, Utah 
Eliza Ann Stoddard b. 10 Mar. 1 896 Grant Ward, Idaho d. 10 June 1923 Cove, 
Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph S. and Susan Ellen (Thomas) Stoddard, Md. (2) 
9 Jan. 1926 Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming Frances Harris b. 6 Nov. i904Marys- 
ville, Fremont, Idaho dau. of James Gammel and Sarah Francetta (Coleman) 
Harris." 
Children of Eliza Ann Stoddard: 

1. JOSEPH STODDARD ALLEN b. 24 Aug. 1 919 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. EDRIS ALLEN b. 15 Aug. 1921 Richmond, -Cache, Utah 
Children of Frances Harris: 

3. LEORA ALLEN b. 22 Nov. 1 926 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

4. HARRIS GROVER ALLEN b. 1 6 Feb. 1928 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

5. GILBERT H. ALLEN b. 23 Aug. 1 929 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. JAMES RON ALLEN b. I3Jan. 1931 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. NADEAN ALLEN b. 7 Jan. 1934 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

8. RUTH ALLEN b. 4 Mar. 1937 Logan, Cache, Utah 

9. BRUCE EDWARD ALLEN b. 24 Dec. 1 939 Logan, Cache, Utah. 



ALICE ER.MA ALLEN b. I I Jail y I 897 or 8 Cove. Cache, Utah dau, of 



156 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 




Joseph Smith and Phebe 
(Anderson) Allen md. 
Frederick Earl Titensor b. 
23 Nov. 1 892 Cove, 
Cache, Utah son of Fred 
and Ellen (Hyer) Titensor 
(div. ). Children. 

Alice, Allen and Richard Titensor 

1. ALLEN EARL TITENSOR b. 4,June 1917 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 9 May 
1945 in a B-29 over Japan 

2. FREDERICK RICHARD TITENSOR b. 21 Sept. 1918 Cove. Cache, Utah 
Alice is a talented musician and is an ardent worker in the Church of Jesus 

Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her son, Allen Eail Titensor, was killed over 
Japan on his second mission as a pilot of a B-29. 





Spencer and Lucille Smith 
Spencer J. , Rowland A. 
and David C. Smith. 



LUCILLE ALLEN b. If July 1900 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph Smith 
and Phebe (Anderson) Allen md. 5 Aug. 1931, San Francisto, San Francisco, 
California Spencer S. Smith b. 10 Jan. 1898 Bluff Dale, San Juan, Utah son 
of Don Carlos Smith and Martha (Spencer) Smith, Children, 

1. SPENCER JOSEPH SMITH b. 1 7 Aug. 1934, Santa Ana, Orange, Calif. 

2. ROWLAND ALLEN SMITH b. 17 June 1 936, Santa Ana, Orange, Calif. 

3. DAVID CARLOS SMITH b. 21 Aug. 1938, Santa Ana, Orange, Calif. 



GRANT ANDERSON ALLEN b. 4 Feb. 1 904 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Smith and 
Phebe (Anderson) Allen md. 7 July 1924 Bar- 
bara Anderson b. 6 Oct. 1906 Lewiston, Cache, 
Utah dau. of James M. and Susan (Anderson) 
Anderson. ChildreUk 

I. BETTY LUCILLE ALLEN b, 24Maj, 1^25 
Logan, Cache, Utah, 

2. COLLEEN ALLEN b. 24 Aug. 1 926 Cove, 
Cache, Utah 




The Grant Allen Family 



Elijah - Great Grandchildren 157 

3. GRANT ANDERSON ALLEN. JR. b. 31 July 1932 Fillmore, Millard, Utah 

4. BARBARA ALLEN b. 1 8 Feb. 1946 Oceanside. San Diego, California 







;1 



I 

■X 



INA ALLEN b. 20 Oct. 1 909 Cove, 
Cache, Utahdau. of Joseph Smith and 
Phebe (Anderson) Allen md. (r) Philip 
Hendrix. Md. (2) Jennings Barney Logs- 
don b. 28 June 1902 Santa Ana, Santa 
Ana, California son of William and 
Matilda (Baker) Logsdon. Children. 

I. ALLEN PAUL LOGSDON b. 28 
Mar. 1935 Logan, Cache, Utah 
SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN OF ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP 

ALLEN by ELUAH 

LAVERNA ATKINSON b. 8 Dec. 1904 Ogden, Weber, Utahdau. of James 
William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) Atkinson, Jr. md. Clarence France. 



Ina, Jennings, Allen Paul 



ELEANORS. ATKINSON b. 25 Oct. I 906 Ogden. Weber, Utahdau. of 
James William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) Atkinson, Jr. md. (f) George L. 
Black d. md, (2) Lynne Poppelwell. 



* FLOYD M. ATKINSON b, 28 Jan. 

1909 Ogden, Weber, Utah son of James 
William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) At- 
kinson md. 23 Sept, 19-29 Margaret Pabst 
b. II May 1909 Deshler, Thayer, Ne- 
braska dau, of and Margaret ( ) 
Pabst. Children. 




Floyd M. 
Atkinson 



Margaret ^ 



Pabst 
1930 Lincoln, Lancaster, 



1. DARLENE KATHLEEN ATKINSON b. 6 Dec 
Nebraska 

2. DEANNA MARIE ATKINSON b. i Apr. 1938 Lompoc, Santa Barbara, 
California 

3. RONALD PETER ATKINSON b. 29 July I945 San Jose, Santa Clara. 
California 

4. SANDRA ELEANOR ATKINSON b. 14 Feb. 1948 San Jose, Santa Clara, 
California • 

Floyd M. Atkinson lived in Ogden and Twin Falls until after his marriage 
to Margaret Pabst. H c spent two years in Lincoln, Nebraska working for the 
Iowa-Nebraska Light and Power Co. beforethey returned to Twin Falls, Idaho. 
From there they moved to California living respectively in Santa Maria, Lom- 
poc, San Jose, and Los Gatos. He is a t present circulation agent for the San 
Jose News. They have been extremely active in tlie church wherever they 
have lived taking positions of leadership. 



1 58 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

MYRON BARNES ATKINSON b. 25 Oct. 1910 Ogden, Weber, Utah son of 
James William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) Atkinson md. 28 Sept. 1932 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Darleen M. Carter b. 4 Apr. 1914 McGill, White Pine, 
Nevada dau, of Elbert S. and Edith (Home) Carter. Children. 

1. MYRON BARNES ATKINSON b. 28 Feb. 1 934 Twin Falls. Twin Falls, 
Idaho 

2. JEANETTE ANN ATKINSON b. II May i 945 Hcrmoso Beach, Los 
Angeles, California 

3. KEITH LEROY ATKINSCU b. 5 Nov. 1946 San Pedro, Los Angeles, 
California 

EDNAS. ATKINSON b. 18 May i9i6Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
James William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) Atkinson. Jr. md. (I)L. B. Wall 
(div.) md. (2) Charles Michael. 

BILMA ELIZA ATKINSON b. 26 Aug. 1918 Treasiireton. Bannock, Idaho 
dau. of James William and Annie Eliza (Barnes) Atkinson md. 23 Oct, 1937 
Albion, Cassia, Idaho James D. Wilson b. 9 Sept. 1 910 Cairo, Hall, Nebraska 
son of James O. and Flossie (Bright) Wilson. 




I. DWAYNE LEROY WILSON b. 19 
July 1938 Twin Falls. Twin Falls, 
Idaho 

Left to right: James, Hilma E, , and 
Dwayne Wilson 



WINNIE MAi: BARNES b.. 12 June 1911 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Henry and Nellie May (Lemmon) Barnes md. 30 July 1 930 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Moroni Mack Olney b. 2 May 1908 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of Moroni 
Mack and (---) Olney. 




Mack Olney 

Winnie May Barnes 

Maxine Beatrice Olney 



Winnie May and Mack Olney make their home at Smithfield, Utah where 
he is employed at the California Packing Company. Children, 

I. ROBERT MACK OLNEY b. 7 Feb. 1 93 1 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. MAXINE BEATRICE OLNEY b. 4 Feb. 1 938 Smithfield. Cache. Utah 

3. LLNDA OLNEY b. 2 Aug. 1 947 Logan, Cache, Utah 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 



'59 




Lucile, Jack 
>and Betty Lou Holt 



Joyce and 
Patty Holt 



LUCILE BARNES b. 12 Jan. 1913 Smithfield, Cache, Utah da u. of Henry 
and Nellie May (Lemmon) Barnes md. 24 Dec. 1934 Logan, Cache, Utah John 
Henry Holt b. 26 July 1906 Davis, Utah son of John Edward and Alice Gertrude 
(Mason) Holt. Children. 

1. ALICE MAY HOLT b. 3 June 1936 Salt Lake City, Salt lake, Utah 

2. BARBARA JOYCE HOLT b. I90ct. 1 939 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake. Utah 

3. BETTY LOU HOL>T b. 19 Oct. 1944 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Lucile and Jack Holt live at Salt Lake City. He is employed by the Magna 

Copper Company. ^ 

ANNA ELIZA BARNES b. I May 
1914 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 
dau. of Henry and Nellie May 
(Lemmon) Barnes md. 3 Apr. 1936 
Thomas Edgar Mather b. 25 July 
1912 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son 
of William and Bertha Eleanor 
(Done) Mather. 

Anna Eliza and Thomas Mather 
live in Smithfield where he op- 
' erates the Conoco Service Station. 
Children. v 




Back roW: Anna, Thomas 
Thomas Edgar Mather. 
Front row: Billie 



Edward, 



1. THOMAS EDWARD MATHER b. -20 Nov. 1939 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. WILLIAM JAY MATHER b. 18 June 19-- Smithfield. Cache. Utah 

3. KATHERINE MATHER '*' 



MELVINJAY BARNES b. 29 
Sept. 191 5 Smithfield, Cache, 
Utah son of Henry and Nellie 
May (Lemmon) Barnes md. 29 
Sept. 1942 Mesa, Maricopa. 
Arizona Alice Mather b. 25 Feb. 
1920 Smithfield, Cache. Utah 
dau. of William and Bertha 
Eleanor (Done) Mather. Children. 

I. SUSAN ALICE BARNES b. 29 Aug. 
!944 Logan, Cache, Utah 




Susan 
Barnes 



Alice and Melvin 
Jay Barnes 



ibo 




Atton Barnes 
Carlson Family 



Elijah - Second- Great Grandchildren 
AFTON BARNES b . 14 Jan. 1917 Smithfield , 
Cache. Utah dau. of Henry and Nellie May 
(Leii:mon) Barnes md. 29 Feb. 1936 George Golden 
Carlsoji b. 21 Dec. 1910 Hymm, Cache, Utah son 
of George B. and Elvira A. (Christiansen) Carlson. 
Afton and George Golden Carlson live at Los 
Angeles, California. He is a machinist. Children 

1. RAYMOND GARY CARLSON b. 30 Nov. 
1937 Culver City, Los Angeles, •California 

2. LEONA JEANNE CARLSON b. I Apr. 1944 
Huntington Park, Los Angeles, California 



THOMAS BOYD BARNES b. 30 
Dec. I 91 9 Smithfield, Cache, 
Utah son of Henry and Nellie May 
(Lemmon) Ba rnes md. Uldene 
Pearson b. il Aug. 1921 Millville, 
Cache, Utah dau, of Olaf and Ed- 
line (Schenk) Pearson. 

Boyd and Dene Barnes live in 
Smithfield, Utah. He is a sales- 
man for the Grand Union Company. 




Boyd 
Children, 



Dene and Buddy Terry 



1. BUDDY LYNN BARNES b. 11 Sept. 1 943 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. TERRY BOYD BARNES b. 8 June 1947 Logan, Cache, Utah 



GWEN BARNES b. 23 July 1 923 Smithfield. Cache, 
Utah dau. of Henry and Nellie May (Lemmon) Barnes 
md. 5 May 1940 Smithfield, Cache, Utah Ray Ed- 
ward Lindemanb. i Mar. 1917 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah son of John and Cora (Rosander) Lindeman. 

Gwen and Ray Lindeman live in Salt Lake City, 
Utah. Children. 

18 Aug. 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake 




Carol and Johnie 

Lindeman 

I. JOHNIE RAY LINDEMAN b. 



Utah 

2. CAROL LINDEMAN b. 23 July 1943 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 



BLANCHE BARNES b. 8 Apr. 1 910 Smith- 
field, Cache, Utah dau. of Ephraim and Inez 
(Gyllenskog) Barnes md. 31 Oct. 1927 Walter 
Louis Smith. Children. . 

1. VERLA ELAINE SMITH 

2. LILLIAN FRANCES SMITH 




Blanche Barnes Family. 



Elijah - Second Great Granchildren l6i 

DELLA BARNES b. 22 Feb. 191 2 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Hphraim and 
Inez (Gyllenskog) Barnes md. 10 June 1935 Carl Norton Thompson. Children. 
1. EDWARD GINE THOMPSON 



ZELDA BARNES b. 2 1 Feb. 1 91 4 Cove, 
Cache, Utah dau. o f Ephraim and Inez 
(Gyllenskog) Barnes md. 27 June 1 935 Paul 
Raymond Sternes, Children. 

1. VERN ALLEN STERNES 





Melvin Allred, child, Catiierine Jean, 
Connie LaRae, Mildred Catherine Barnes 



Paul, Zelda and Vern 
Sr ernes 

MILDRED CATHERINE 
BARNES b. 10 Aug. 1916 
Cove, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Ephraim and Inez- 
(Gyllenskog) Barnes md. 
(I) 6 July 1934 Edward 



Eugene Berrickman (div. ) Md. (2) Melvin Burk Amcd. Children. 

1. CATHERINE JEAN ALLRED 

2. CONNIE LARAE ALLI^ED 



INEZ LARAE BARNES b. 18 Mar. 
1 919 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho 
dau. of Ephraim and Inez (Gyllen- 
skog) Barnes md. o Apr. 1937 Rich- 
ard Laypath (div. ) Children. 

1. BARBARA LEE LAYPATH 

2. RICHARD ALLEN LAYPATH 






LaRae, "Richard, Barbara and 
Richard Laypatli 



Fern LaRae, JoAnn, and 
Dennis Clifford Bolyard 

IRMA LARUE BARNES b. l2Mar. 1921 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho dau. 
of Ephraim and Inez (Gyllenskog) Barnes md. 30 Jan. 1937 Clifford Clyde 
Bolyard. 

Irma and Clifford Bolyard are in the crop-dusting and pilot training busi- 
ness in Twin Falls, Idaho. Children. 

1. FERN LARAE BOLYARD 

2. JOANN BOLYARD 

3. DENNIS CLIFFORD BOLYARD 



102 




Michael Dean, Sharon Rae ana 
Richard Theodore Barnes 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 
EPHRAIM THEODORE BARNES b. 23 Mar. 

1923 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho son of 

Ephraiin and Inez (Gyllenskog) Barnes 'md. * 

30 Apr. 1943 Velma Eller. 

Ted and Velma Barnes reside at Twin 

Falls, Idaho where he is a meat salesman. 

Children. 

1. RICHARD THEODORE BARNES 

2. SHARON RAE BARNES 

3. MICHAEL DEAN BARNES 



DANIEL ALbcivT or ALBERT DANIEL CORBET Tb. 29 Sept. 1911 Richmond, 
Cache, Utah son of Joseph Daniel and Mary Ellen (Barnes) Corbett md. 16 
July 1932 Smithfield, Cache, Utah Leona Walker b. 22 Jan. i9l2Mendon, 
Cache, Utah d^u. ^f Gerald Cecil and Camilla Venita (Ladle) Walker. 

1. VIRRILL LEE CQgBETT b. 30 Oct. 1 933 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. DONNA MAE CORBEPT b. 28 Jan. 1936 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. CLYDE LEROY CORBETT b. 19 Sept. 1945 Hermosa, Los Angeles, 
California 

4. GERALD D. CORBETT b. 3 Apr. 1947 Hawthorne, Los Angeles, 
California 




Eliza Ann Corbett and Nolan John Winward 
Nolan Jean Winward. 



ELIZA ANN CORBETT b. 28 
Sept. 1 941 Smidifield, Cache, 
Utah dau. of Joseph Daniel and 
Mary Ellen (Barnes) Corbett md. 
Nolan John Winward b. 29 Jan. 
1 91 3 Payson, Utah, Utah son of 
Charles and Florence (Sargefcnt) 
Winward, Eliza Ann and Nolan 
Winward reside at Burley, Idaho. 



Children. 

1. CHARLES JAY WINWARD b. 22 Aug. 1 936 Chesterfield, Bannock, Idaho 
d. 2 Sept, -1936. 

2. NOLAN JEAN WINWARD b. 2 Aug. 1937 Chesterfield, Bannock, Idaho 
d. 22 Feb. 1943 

3. DARWIN WINWARD b. 5 Feb. 1939 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

4. NINA ANN WINWARD b. 18 July 1940 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

5. JOAN WINWARD b. 5 June [945 Builey, Cassia, Idaho 

6. JARRY WINWARD b. Jan. 1948 Burley, Cassia, Idaho 

NETTIE BARNES CORBETT b. 8 June 1916 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau, 
of Joseph Daniel and Mary Ellen (Barnes) Corbett md. Horace Lloyd Leatham 
b . 10 July 1908 Hyrum, Cache, Utah son of Robert Painter and Alverta (Jen- 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 163 

sen) Leatham. Children. 

1. DANIEL CORBETT LEATHAM b. 1 1 Apr. 1937 Smithfield, Cache. Utah 

2. ARDIS CORBETT LEATHAM b. 21 Apr. 1938 Smithfield, Cache. Utah 

3. ROBERT JAY CORBETT LEATHAM b. 5 June 1944 Logan. Cache. Utah 

4. JANET CORBETT LEATHAM b. 14 Jan. 1947 Logan. Cache. Utah 



JACK BARNES CORBETT b. 21 Jan. 
1922 Kimberly. Twin Falls, Idaho 
son of Joseph Daniel and Mary Ellen 
(Baines)Corbett md. Bonnie Bywaters. 
Children. 

I. STEVEN J. CORBETT 




Jack, Bonnie and Steven J. Ccrbett 



MILTOMJ. CARVER b. 10 Aug. 19 1 8 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of John 
Robert and Harriet Elizabeth (Barnes) Carver md, Euvada Marie Poulsen b. 28 
Mar. 1922 Rupert, Miniduka, Idaho dau. of Lorenzo George and SeJma 
Christina (Sorenson) Poulsen. 

1. VAOLA CAR- 
VER h. 29 July 1940 
Nyssa, Malheur , 
Oregon 

2. MERLENE CAR- 
VER b. 3 Juae 1942 
Ogden, Weber, Utah 

3. SHERYL CAR- 
VER b. 8 Oct. 1943 
Ogden, Weber, Utah 




Vaola, Merlcne, Sheryl, 
Bryce, Anise and Melva 



Milton 
Carver 



Euvada 
Poulsen 



4. TAMARA CARVER b. l2Mar. I9450gden, Weber, Utah d. i5May 1945 

5. BRYCE CARVER b. 10 Mar. 1946 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

6. ANISE CARVER b. 27 May 1947 Nyssa, Malheur, Oregon 

7. MELVA CARVER b. 23 June 1948 

ALICE CARVER b. 10 May 1920 Smithfield, 

Cache. Utah dau. of John Robert and Harriet 

Elizabetli (Barnes) Carver md. 16 Oct. 1937 

Garland, Box Elder, Utah Kuman Ray Tarbet 

b. 7 Mar. 1916 Logan, Cache, Utah son of 

Kuman and Elizabeth Maud (Da lie) Tarbet, 

Children. '^^^^^' ^'^"^' ^^^''' 

and Marie Tarbet 

1. JOHN KUMAN TARBET b. 5 Mar. 1940 Garland, Box Elder, Utah 

2. ALICE MARIE TARBET b. 21 Nov. 1942 Smithfield, dchc, Urah 




r64 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

3. DAVID RAY TARBET b„ 18 May 1947 Tremonton, Box Elder, Ut&h 

4. DALLN TARBET b, 21 May 1949 Downey, Bannock, Idaho 

5. PAULA RAE TARBET b. 23 Apr. 1951 Downey, Bannock, Idaho ■ 



ARCHIE B. CARVER b. 20 Dec. 1923 Cove, 
Cache, Utah son of John Robert and Harriet 
Elizabeth (Barnes) Carv er md. Helen F. 
Mierzejewski b. 5 Jan. 1919 East Chicago, 
Lake, Indiana dau. of Walter and Klemintine 
(Pawlowski) Mierzejewski. 



Archie B. Carver 
Helen F. Mierzeie\ysl<i 

EARL BARNES NELSON b. 31 Mar. 1916 
Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank and 
Cora Dell (Barnes) Nelson md. 30 Sept. 1943, 
Butte, Silver Bow, Montana Mary Lanch b . 
17 May 1922 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana 
dau. of Jack and Mary (Briscovich) Lanch, 
Children. 

I. JUDITH MARIE NELSON b. 29 May 1945 
Butte, Silver Bovv, Montar._ 





Mary Lanch, Judith Marie 
and Earl Barnes Nelson 




JOSEPH FRANK NELSON b. 11 July 
1 92 1 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Frank and Cora Dell (Same?) Nelson md, 
11 Oct. 1946 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 
Margie Lanch b. 15 Sept. 1928 Butte, 
Silver Bow, Montana dau. of Jack and 
, „ , _ Mary (Briscovich) Lanch. Children. 

Margie Lanch, Rodney. Tony ;^ TONY FRENCH NELSON b. 28 

Joseph Frank-NeVson 

Sept. 1947 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

2. RODNEY JACK NELSON b. 10 Oct. 1949 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 



ALTON BARNES NELSON b. 8 Aug. 
1924 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho son 
of Frank and Cora Dell (Barnes) Nelson 
md. 24 Oct. 1946 Franklin, Franklin, 

Juantele, Danny, Robert, 
Alton and Timothy Nelson 




Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 



i6= 



Idaho Juantele Atkinson b. 2 June 1928 Franklin. Franklin, Idaho dau. of --- 
and Laura (Nash) Atkinson. Children. 

1. TIMOTHY ALTON NHLSON b. li June 1947 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

2. ROBERT LESTER NELSON b. 20 Dec. 1 948 Pocatello. Bannock, Idaho 

3. DANNT KAY NELSON b. 25 Aug. 1950 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 




Karen, Doreen, and 
Nylan Nelson 



NYLANB. NELSON b. 5 Jan. ]926Treasure- 
ton, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank and Cora Dell 
(Barnes) Nelson md. .29 July 1949 Inkom, Ban- 
nock, Idaho Doreen Woodland b. 28 Mar. 1931 
Downey, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Richard Edward 
and Sarah Ivy (Pratt) Woodland. Children. 

I. KAREN NELSONb. 2 May I950 Pocatello , 
Bannock, Idaho 




LYNN NELSON b. 1 1 July 1 927 Treasureton, 
Franklin, Idaho son of Frank and Cora Dell 
(Barnes) Nelson md. 22 Mar, 1947 Pocatello, 
Bannock, Idaho Freeda Lowe b. 22 Nov. 1927^ 
Downey, Bannock, Idaho dau. of James Wil- 
son and Mae (Newbold) Lowe. Children. 

I. DARLENE NELSON b. 30 Jan. 1 948 Po- 
catello, Bannock. Idaho ^'^^"^^ L°^^^. '^bild 

Darlene and Lynn Nelson 

WILLIE JACKIE BARNES b. 1 9 Sept. 1920 Logan, Cache Co. , Utah dau. 
of Elmer J. and Rosalie (Golsan) Barnes md.4 Apr. 1938 Art Christensen Green 
b. 5Julyi9i5, son of Alma and Eva (Christensen) Green, Children. 

1. ANALIE GREEN b. 21 Feb. 1944 Salt Luke, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. ROSALIE GREEN b. 21 Feb. 1944 Salt Lake. Salt Lake, Utah 

ASCEL M. BARNES b, 14 Jan. 1922 Logan, Cache Co. , Utah son of Elmer 
J. and Rosalie (Golsan) Barnes md. 1941 Los Angeles, California Verla lone 
Keeler b. 25 Mar. 1924 Salt Lake, Salt Uke, Utah, tlau, of Alma Nephi and 
Amelia Florence (Clark) Keeler. Children. 

1. VIRGINIA LEE BARNES b. 1 5 Mar. 1942 Salt Lake City, S. L. , Utah 

2. PEGGY LYNN BARNES b. 15 Mar. 1 945 Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah 

3. TERRY DAVID BARNES b. Aug. 1949 Los Angeles, California 

JOSEPH EDWIN BARNES b. 6 July 1 923 Logan, Cache Co. , Utah son of 
Elmer J. and Rosalie (Golsan) Barnes md. 3 Apr. 1936 Shirley Louise Edval- 
son b. 8 Aug. 1927 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke, Utah dau. of George Erick and 
Oneda (Maddox)Edvalson. Children. 

1. MARILYN BARNES b. 9 Nov. 1946 Salt Lake. Salt Lake, Utah 

2. LINDA JO BARNES b. 1 3 June 1948 Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah 



1 66 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

3. CHARLENE BARNES b. 3 1 July 1949 Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah 

ARTHUR LEE BARNES b. 13 Aug. 1928 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son 
of Elmer J. and Rosalie (Golsan) Barnes md, 6july 1946 Carol Deanne Williams 
b. 7 Oct. 1927 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah dau, of Eldors Gerry and 
Zelma (Perry) Williams, Children. 

1. SAUNDRA LEE BARNES b. 8 June 1948 Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. JACQUELINE BARNES b. 4 Oct. [949 Salt Lake, Salt Lake, Utah 



FERN OSIE BARNES b. 20 Oct. 1931 Salt Lake. City, Salt 
Lake, Utah, dau. of Elmer J. and Rosalie (Golsan) Barnes, 
md. 1st John Meier, md. 2nd Kenneth Wayne Christian b. 
14 Oct. 1929, son of Wayne Winfred and Chelinisha (Snow) 
Christian. Children. 

I. KENILIE CHRISTIAN b. 2 May 1951 Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake, Utah, 




Kenilee 



EVELYN BARNES b. II Sept. 1 933, dau. of Elmer J. and Rosalie (Golsan) 
Barnes md. 27 Feb. 1950 Gordon Berry Olsenson of Robert William and Althea 
(Berry) Olsen. Children. 

I. CONNIE LAR.'^E OLSEN b. ii Nov. 1950 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

YARDA COLEEN BARNES b. 21 Apr. 1927 Smithfieid, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Milton L. and Luella Marie (Gustavensen) Barnes md. 19 June 1946 Glen 
Growl. 



CLARA CARVERb. 22 June igiSTreasureton, Franklin, Idaho dau. ofGeorge 
Delos and Sarah Jane (Barnes) Carver md. 4 Oct. 1934 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake. Utah Orval Jorgensen Christensen b. 28 Nov. 191 3 Central, Bannock, 
Idaho son of Christian Miller and Pearl Eliza (Jorgensen) Christensen. 




Clara and Orval Christensen Boyd, Glade, Dwain and Ardene Christensen 

Orville j. and Clara Christensen have been extremely active In church work 
in Treasureton and Central, Idaho. Children. 



Elijah - Second Great grandchildren 167 

1. DON C. CHRISTENSEN b. 15 May 1938 Central. Bannock. Idaho d. 16 
May 1938 

2. ARDENE CHRISTENSEN b. 1 7 Aug. 1 939 Soda Springs. Caribou. Idaho 

3. BOYD J. CHRISTENSEN b. 18 Feb. 1941 Cenual. Bannock. Idaho 

4. DWAINK. CHRISTENSEN b. 7 Oct. 1942 Central. Bannock. Idaho 

5. GLADE C. CHRISTENSEN b. 2 Sept. 1 946 Soda Springs. Caribou. Idaho 

THOMAS ODELL CARVER b. 6 Dec. I 920 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son 
of George Delos and Sarah Jane (^Barnes) Carver md. 26 Sept. 1 941 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Harriet Ruby Holden b. 23 Feb. 1920 Bingham. Salt Lake. Utah 
dau. of Harry and Alice (Cowdell) Holden. Children. 

1. BLAINE DEE CARVER b. 3 Aug. 1 942 Sandy, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. NATHAN LAMAR CARVER b. 9 Feb. 1946 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

DENTON J. CARVER b. 28 Apr. 1926 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho son of 
George Delos and Sarah Jane (Barnes) Carver md. Karma Peterson Logan, 
Cache, Utah. Children. 

1. DOROTHY ANN CARVER b. II May 1951 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

WRENA CARVER b. 22 Apr. 1930 Treasureton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
George Delos and Sarah Jane (Barnes) Carver md. 30 Apr. 1947 Allen\VilIiam 
Lyon b. 26 Oct, Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Charles Leonard and Lula 
(Palmer) Lyon. Children. 

1. GWEN LYON b. 31 Jan. 1948 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

2. RENEE LYON b. 1 2 July 1 949 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. KARL ROSS LYON b. 22 Feb. 1 95 1 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 



JAMES CARSON ALLEN III b. I Oct. 190.7 Logan, Utah 
son of James Carson Jr. and Agnes Matilda (Stewart) Allen, 
md. l6Mar. 1935 Salt Lake City, S. L. , Utah Lucille Poul- 
ton b. 25 June 1910 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. 
of James T. Poulton and Elizabeth (Burbridge) Poulton, 
Children. 

I. PATRICIA ALLEN b. I June 1 94 1 Provo, Utah. Utah 




James C, 
Allen 




(2) JEWELL STEWART ALLEN b. 10 Mar. 1916 
Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of James Carson Jr. and 
Agnes Matilda (Stewart) Allen md. 23 Aug. 1941 
Salt Lake, S. L. , Utah Carlos James Thornton b. 
6 Apr. 1907 East Lake, Hamilton, Tennessee son 
of John Thomas and Alice Kate (Wagner) Thornton. 



Jewell Karla, Carlos, and Virden 
James Thornton 



l68 ' Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

Children. 

1. VIRDEN JAMES THORNTON b. 22 Sept. 1 942 Salt Lake. S. L. , Utah 

2. KARL A ANN THORNTON b. 5 Feb. 1944 Salt Lake. S. L. , Utah 



(2) JESSE STEWART ALLEN b. 1 8 Dec. 1914 
Logan, Cache, Utah son of James Carson Jr. and 
Agnes Matilda (Stewart) Allen md. 7 Dec. 1940 
Logan, Cache, Utah Jennie Maneson b. 14 Jan. 
1 906 Grays Lake, Caribou, Idaho dau, of William 
Comstock and Hattie May (Harwood) Matteson. 
Children. 

I. PATRICIA ENID ALLEN b. 5 July 1931 
Ogden, Weber, Utah 




Patricia Enid, Jennie and 
Jesse Stewart Allen 




Wm. Jr. , Norma, Susan 
Jean and Wm. Byrne York 



NORMA STEWART ALLEN b. 12 July 1919 
Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of James Carson Jr. 
and Agnes Matilda (Stewart) Allen md. 6 Apr. 

1942 William Byrne York b. 12 June 1920 son 
of Lee and Jean ( — ) York. Children. 

1. WILLIAM BYRNE YORK JR. b. 12 Aug. 

1943 Fort Dix, Burlington, N. H. 

2. SUSAN JEAN YORK b. 1 6 Oct, 1946 Salt 
Lake, S. L. , Utah 



L AVON ALLEN PARKINSON b. 24 Feb. 1911 Treston, Franklin, Idaho son 
ofHazen Smart and Lenna Lowe (Allen) Parkinson rad. 14 June 1935 Phoenix, 
Maricopa, Arizona (i) Ada Green (div. ) md. 7 Aug. 1946 Jackson, Teton, 
Wyoming (2) Ruth Atkeir. Children. 

I. LEE GREEN PARKINSON b. 30 Mar. 1936 Salt Lake City, S. L. . Utah 

GWEN ALLEN PARKINSON b. 15 Mar. 1912 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. 
ofHazen Smart and Lenna Lowe (Allen) Parkinson md. 22 Feb. 1935 Salt Lake. 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Walter E. Weston. Children all born at Salt Lake City. 
Salt Lake, Utah. 

1. DAVID PARKINSON WESTON b. 10 Dec. 1 936 V 

2. ANNE PARKINSON WESTON b. 3 Apr. 1941 

3. MARIE PARKINSON WESTON b. 14 Aug. 1 942 

4. CAROL PARKINSON WESTON b. 10 Mar. 1946 

PRESTON ALLEN PARKINSON b. 1 5 Jan. 1914 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son 
ofHazen Smartand Lenna Lowe (Allen) Parkinson md. 2 Sept. 1945 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake . Utah LaVone Stone. 



Elijah - Secoud Great Graadchildren 169 

WAYNE ALLEN PARKINSON b. 22 Nov. 1916 Ririe. Jefferson. Idaho son 
ofHazen Smart and Lenna Lowe (Allen) Parkinson md. 20 Mar. 1946 PocateIl(\ 
Idaho. June Arnold. 

HAZEN ALLEN PARKINSON b. 26 Jan, 1919 Rexburg, Madison, Idaho son 
ofHazen Smart and Lenna Lowe (Allen) Parkinson md. 26 Aug. 1944 Newkirk, 
Kay, Okla. Verttie Taylor. Children. 

I. PATRICIA ALIENE PARKINSON b. 20 May 1 944 Albuquerque, Bernalillo, 
New Mexico. 

GEORGE ALLEN GLENN b. 13 Apr. 191 2 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Walter 
John and ArbaRilla Lowe (AUen) Glenn md. 9 Apr. 1937 Salt Lake City, S. L. , 
Utah Edith Grant Mann. Children. 

1. VIRGINIA MANN GLENN b. 6 Mar. 1 940 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. VIOLET MANN GLENN b. 27 Dec. 1945 Salt Lake City. S. L. . Utah 

3. PATRICIA MANN GLENN b. 30 Aug. 1 947 Craig. Moffat, Colo. 

WILFORD DORIUN GLENN b. 28 Dec. 1913 Brigham City. Box Elder, Utah 
sonofWalterJohnand ArbaRilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn, md. 25 Dec. 1936 Donna 
Lundberg b. 11 Nov. 19 15 Logan, Ca.che. Utah. Children. 

l.DARLENEGLENNb. 1 4 Aug. 1 937 Logan, Cache, Utah. 

2. JOHN DAVID GLENN b. 25 Mar. 1939 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3, STEPHEN LUND GLENN b. 25 Dec. l946Compton. Los Angeles, Calif. 



VERNON ALLEN GLENN b. 7 Jan. 19 16 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah son 
of Walter John and Arba Rilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. 8 June 1940 Farmington, 
Davis, Utah Lola Thompson. Children, 

1. PATRICIA JOAN GLENN b. 24 Apr. 1941 Logan, Cache. Utah 

2. CONNIE MARIE GLENN b. 31 Dec, 1943 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

3. MARYBETH GLENN b. 13 Dec. 1948 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

VIVLAN ALLEN GLENN b, 7Jan. 1916 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah dau, 
ofWalterJohn and Arba Rilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. Alma G. Petersen b. 12 

July 1 91 3. Children, 

1. RICHARD GLENN PETERSEN b. 22jan. 1939 Salt Lake City, S. L. , Utah 

2. CAROLINE GLENN PETERSEN b. 24 Oct. 1942 Salem, Roanoke. Va. 

3. MARYLIN JOYE PETERSEN b. 17 May 1949 Seattle, King, Wash. 

FRANKLIN ALLEN GLENN b. 25 Feb. 1918 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 
sonofWalterJohnand Arba Rilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. 29 Aug. 1942 Farm- 
ington, Davis, Utah Pauline Geary. Children, 

1. FRANKLIN GEARY GLENN b. 2 Mar. 1944 Salt Lake City. S. L. , Utah 

2. EDWARD GEARY ALLEN GLENN b. 9 Dec. 1947 Salt Uke City. S. L. , 
Utah 




170 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

ARIEL WALTER GLENN b. 6 Apr. 1920 Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah son 

of Walter John and Arba Rilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. 8 June i940Aldyth 

Pierce, Children. 

I. MICHAEL ARIEL GLENN b. 10 Feb. 1943 Salt Lake City. S. L. , Utah 

MELBA MARIE GLENN b. 26 Aug. 1 924 Brigham City. Box Elder. Utah dau, 
of Walter John and Arba Rilla Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. Royal E. Hallmark. 
Children. 

I. ROYAL E. HALLMARK JR. b. 31 July 1947 Long Beach, Calif. 

NORMA WARDELL b. 2 Feb. 1 91 8 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Alvero and 
Effie Lowe (Allen) Wardell md. 14 July 1939 Orville Wilson b. 27 June 1916. 



ALVERO A. WARDELL b. 4 Nov. 1 91 9 Cove, 
Cache, Utah son of Alvero and Effie Lowe 
(AUen) Wardell md. Anell b. 7 Dec. 1929. 



Artell and 
Alvero Wardell 

KEITH A. WARDELL b. 30 Sept. 1 92 1 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Alvero 
and Effie Lowe (Allen) Wardell md, 2 May 1946 Compton, Los Angeles, 
California Shirley Hanson b. 4 Mar. 1928. Children. 

I. DAVID KEITH WARDELL b. II Aug. 1947 Eugene, Lane, Oregon 

CHLOE WARDELL b. 17 May 1926 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Alvero and 
Effie Lowe (Allen) Wardell md. Long Beach, Los Angeles, California Merle 
Donald Johnson b, 26 Apr. Children, 

I. DONALD LEE JOHNSON b. 9 May Richmond, Contra Costa, Califomia 

ETHEL ALLEN HENDRICKS b. 4 Aug. 1916 Moulton, Cassia, Idaho dau. 
of Marr iner William and Sarah Lowe (Allen) Hendricks md. 24 Sept. 1938 
Salt Lake City, S. L. , Utah Charles Henry Avery Robinson b, 19 Aug. 1 9 14, 
Big Sandy, Chouteau, Montana son of Avery Waul and Jessie Irene (Hunter) 
Robinson. Children, 

1, CHARLES KENNETH ROBINSON b. 31 July 1 940 Munay, S. L. , Utah 

2. ELAINE ROBINSON b. 1 5 Oct. 1941 Murray, S. L. , Utah 



LU ANA ALLEN GLENN b. 1 9 Jan. 
1920 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Luther 
B. and Ethel Lowe (Allen) Glenn md. 4 
June 1941 Sterling Kendall Heppler Jr . 
b. 21 Apr. 1 914 Richfield, Piute, Utah 




Katnleen, Luana , Patricia 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren lyi 

son of Sterling Kendall and Hazel (Smith) Heppler Sr. Children, 

1. KATHLEEN ROSE HEPPLER b.. 5 Feb. 1944 Ogden. Weber. Utah 

2. PATRICIA KAY HEPPLER b. 8 June 1945 Ogden. Weber Utah 



MERNA ALLEN GLENN b. !o 
Oct, I92lCove, Cache, Utahdau. 
of Luther Bankheadand Ethel Lowe 
(Allen) Glenn md. 30 May 1944, 
Frank Shepard Goodwin b. 31 Mar. 
19 1 3 Milton, New Hampshire son 
of Clarence Garfield and Agnes 
Mary (Mulligan) Goodwin. Children 

1. MICHAEL FRANK GOODWIN 




Frank, Stephanie, Mema 
and Michael Goodwin 




b. 4 Feb. 1945, Long Beach, California 

2. STEPHANIE ANN GOODWIN b. 1 1 Jan. 1949, Oxnard, California 

VERLA ALLEN COMISH b. il May 1926, Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau, of 
Leo Stanford and Ethel Lowe (Allen) Cornish md. 31 Mar. 1948 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Earl Eustace Harris b, 10 Apr. 1 920 Cache Ward Teton Stake son of 
William Vernal and Edna Agurda (Harser) Harris. Children, 

I. DENNIS EARL HARRIS b. 7 Jan. 1949, Ogden, Weber, Utah 



VERLEEN ALLEN COMISH b. II May 1 926 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho dau. of Leo Stanford and Ethel Lowe 
(Allen) Comish St. md. 22 Nov. 1949 St. George, 
Utah Harold Quinton Manwaring. 
Harold and Verleen 
Manwaring 

WELLINGTON PAUL WILSON JR, b. 28 Oct. 1919 Lund. Bannock, Idaho 
son of Wellington Paul Sr, and Elva Lowe (Allen) Wilson md. 1 1 Mar. 1939 
•Tijuana, Mexico (1) Betty Jane Stanfield b. Feb. 1921 dau. of A. Edward 
Stanfield. Md, (2) i July 1946 Claudine Ruth Chessmore b. 16 Sept. 1920 
Nebraska dau, of Claud E. and Veda (Snoderly) Chessmore. Children. 

I. LUANA JEAN WILSON b. 12 Feb. 1940 Compton, Los Angeles, Calif. 

MA RCELLUS ALLEN WILSON b. 2 Feb. 1921 Cove, Cache. Utah son of 
Wellington Paul and Elva Lowe (Allen) Wilson md. 9 Feb. 1941 Compton, L. 
A., Calif. (I) Florence Barbara Conary b. 13 June 1922 Bingham. S, L. , Utah 
dau. of Clarence and Florence (Johanson) Conary. Md. (2) 15 Feb. 1946 King- 
man. Mohave, Arizona Betty Yvonne Moore b. 19 Feb. 1927 Russell, Russell, 
Kansas dau. of Walter Henry and Eulah May (Shaw) Moore. 
Children by Florence Barbara Conary: 



1/2 ^ Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

1. JANET RUTH WILSON b. I3Feb, 1942 Compton, L.A. , California 
Children by Betty Yvonne Moore: 

2. PHILLIP MICHAEL WILSON b. 1 9 Oct. 1947 Compton. L. A. Calif. 

3. JEFFREY STEVEN WaSON b. 23 Oct. 1949 Compton, L.A. Calif. 

(2) LUTHER GLENN WILSON b. i 3 Aug. 1922 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Wellington Paul and Elva Lowe (Allen) Wilson md. 5 Mar. 1948 Compton, L. 
A., Calif. Lois Maxine Lawson b. 25 Aug. 1927 Baxter Springs, Kansas dau. 
of Ray Clifton and Jessie Rachel (Callis) Lawson, She md. (I) Doyle Stoddard. 

LOIS ALLEN WILSON b. 29 Sept. 1 923 Compton. L. A. . Calif, dau. of 
Wellington Paul and ELva Lowe (Allen) Wilson md. 15 Feb. 1942 Las Vegas, 
Clark, Nevada Charles William Garner b. 16 Aug. 1 920 Hyrum. Cache, Utah 
son of William Francis and Larue Anna (Jensen) Gamer. Children. 

1. MARJORIE ANN GARNER b. 6 Dec. 1 942 Compton, L. A. , Calif. 

2. CHARLES WILLIAM GARNER JR. b. l5Mar. 1946 Compton. L. A. Calif. 

3. ROBERT ARNOLD GARNER b. 20 Jan. 1948 Richmond, Contra Costa, 
California 

RHODA ELAINE WILSON b. 4 Jan. 1928 Compton, Los Angeles, California 
dau, ofWellington Paul and Elva Lowe (Allen) Wilson md. 9 Feb. 1946 Yuma , 
Yuma, Arizona Wirt Coaxes b. 16 Sept. 1924 Oklahoma son of William Mor- 
gan and Lenora J. (Ellis) Coates. Children. 

1. LAURENCE LYNN COATES b. I70ct. i946Compton, L.A., Calif. 

2. RANDEL LEE COATES b. 12 Nov. 1948 Compton, L. A. , California 

CLAIR COMISH ALLEN b. 2-j Apr. 1926 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Clarence Lowe and 
Florence (Comish) Allen md. Be Non Staley b. 
26 Oct. 1928 Oakland, California dau. of War- 
ren and ^anda Lou ( — ) Staley. Children. 
I. CRAIG S. ALLEN b. 4 Sept. 1 951 Logan, 
Clair, Be Non and Cache, Utah 

Craig Allen 

JANICE ALLEN b. 8 July 1929 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Clarence Lowe 
and Florence (Comish) Allen md, 5 May 1948 Logan, Cache, Utah Harold 
Jay Griffin b. 2 Apr. 1929 Newton, Cache, Utah son of Harold Jenkins and 
Ruth Poppleton (Williamson) Griffin. 

JOLENE ALLEN b. 21 Oct. 1 929 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Raymond 
Lowe and Delia (Smith) Allen md. 17 May 1948 Logan, Cache, Utah Blaine 
TueUer Fisher b. 4 Nov. 1929 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of Glen Robert 
and Sarah (Tueller) Fisher, Children. 

I. KENT ALLEN FISHER b. 15 Apr. 1949 Logan, Cache, Utah d. 22 May 




Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 173 

1949 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

MARY HELEN ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1914 Lehi. Utah. Utah dau. of Louis Lowe 
and Margaret (Smith) Allen md. 1 1 Oct. 19358311 Lake City. Salt Lake. Utah 
Nephi Joseph Henricksen b. 15 Nov. 1910 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake. Utah. 
Children, 

1. MARY JO HENRICKSEN b. l7Mar. 1 938 Salt Lake City. SaltLake, Utah 

2. DIANE HENRICKSEN b. 21 Jan. 1 942 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake," Utah 

3. MARGARET HENRICKSEN b. 2 May 1947 Provo. Utah, Utah 

LOUIS SMITH ALLEN b. 3 Mar. 1917 Banida, Franklin, Idaho son of Louis 
Lowe and Margaret (Smith) Allen md. 29 May 1937 Louise Ellen Kinghorn b, 
6 Jan. 1917 Salt Lake City, SaltLake, Utah. Children. 

I. PATRICIA LOU ALLEN b. 7 Oct. 1938 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

ORLANDO SMITH ALLEN b. 5 June, 1918 Buhl, Twin Falls, Idaho son of 
Louis Loweand Margaret (Smith) Allen md. 23.Sept. 193- tillen Evelyn Peter- 
son b, 2 Dec. 1 917 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Children. 

1. CHARLOTTE ANN ALLEN b. 8 July 1 940 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. GARY STEVEN ALLEN b. 24 Sept. 1 947 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

3. CATHERINE KAY ALLEN b. 22 Sept. 1 948 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah 

MARGARET YVONNE ALLEN b. 22 Feb. 1920 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho 
dau. of Louis Lowe and Margaret (Smith) Allen md. 6 -Sept. 1940 Raymond 
August Nelson b. 24 Nov. 191 5 Sandy, SaltLake, Utah. Children. 

1. BONNIE RAE NELSON b. 15 Sept. 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke, Utah 

2. DAVID ALLEN NELSON b. 8 Aug. 1 945 New London, New London, Conn. 

3. BEVERLEY JEAN NELSON b. 6 June 1948 Denver, Denver. Colorado 

JOHN SMITH ALLEN b. 4 Mar. 1926 Price, Carbon, Utah son of Louis Lowe 
and Margaret (Smith) Allen md. 23 Mar. 1947 Betty Lou Bird b, 6 Dec, 1927 
Provo, Utah, Utah. Children. 

I. KAREN JOY ALLEN b. 27 July 1 948 Provo, Utah, Utah 

RICHARD SMITH ALLEN b. 4 Aug. 1929 Lehi, Utah, Utah son of Louis 
and Margaret (Smith) Allen md, 4 Apr. 1948 Bertha Joan Carter b, 15 Oct, 
1928. Children, 

I. SHARON JOAN ALLEN b, 17 Mar. 1949 Provo, Utah. Utah 

FRANK REYNOLD BODILY b. 29 Aug, 1908 Fairview, Oneida, Idaho son 
of Frank Edwin and Ellen Lowe (Allen) Bodily md. 30 Oct. 1942 Reno, 
Washoe. Nevada Eva Humphreys b. 4 June 1917 Ogden, Weber, Utah dau. of 
Charles Edward and ( — ) Humphreys. Children. 

I. SHARIDAN BODILY b. 1 5 May 1939 Sterling, Bingham, Idaho 



174 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 




2. SANDRA BODILY b. 
10 Oct. 1940 Idaho Falls, 
Bonneville, Idaho 



Sandra, Eva, Shari, and 
Reynold Bodily 



ROSS ALLEN BODILY b. 8 Feb. 1910 Falrview, Oneida, Idaho son of Frank 
Edwin and Ellen Lowe (Allen) Bodily md. 15 Mar. 1933 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Amy Laura Harris b. 12 Apr. 191 1 dau. of William David and Alice (Fewkes) 
Harris. Children. 

1. CAROLYN BODILY b. II Apr. 
1934 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

2. SHERYL LAMAR B O D ILY b. 
20 Apr. 1936 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

3. MERYLN ROSS BODILY b. 12 
Aug. 1939 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

4. ELENA BODILY b. 14 Mar. 
1942 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

5. LAURENE BODILY b. 2 May 1945 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

6. LOU ANN BODILY b. 13 Dec. 194860186, Ada, Idaho 




The Ross Allen Bodily Family 




CARSON ALLEN BODILY b. 10 Mar. 191 2 
Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho son of Frank Edwin 
and Ellen Lowe (Allen) Bodily md. 30 June 1935 
Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho Myrtle Gladys 
Jepson b. 2 May — dau. of Leonard and Gladys 
Mahala (Kearns) Jepson, Children. 
Carson Allen Myrtle Gladys 1. JERENE BODILY b. 7 May 1936 Boise, 
Bodily Jepson Ada. Idaho 

2. LEO EDWIN BODILY b. 7 June 1939 Boise, Ada. Idaho 

MORRIS ALLEN BODILY b. 10 Sept. 1914 

Fairview, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank Edwin 

and Ellen Lowe (Allen) Bodily md, 17 Aug. 

1944 Ogden, Weber, Utah Emmie Mae Cox b. 

2 May 19J4 Corsicana, Navarro, Texas dau. of 

James Elijah and Cumi Talitha (Bonner) Cox. 

Morris and Emmie Bodily 

NELLIE ALLEN BODi; Y b. 28 Oct. 1917 Fairview. Oneida, Idaho dau. of 
Frank Edwin and Ellen Lowe (Allen) Bodily md. 28 Oct. 1937 Boise, Ada , 




Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 



'75 




Jesse Schoonover 
Family 



Idaho Jesse Joe Schoonover b. 22 Jan. 1913 son of Noah 
Eli and Julia Josephine (Rossback) Schoonover. Children. 

1. GARY LEE SCHOONOVER b. 30 Mar. 1940 Boise. 
Ada, Idaho. 

2. DALE ROY SCHOONOVER b. 31 Aug. 1942 i3oise. 
Ada, Idaho 



HELEN LUCILE TAYLOR b. 18 Mar. 1913 
Preston, Franklin. Idaho dau. ofLamoni Rawson 
and Eliza Lowe (Allen) Taylor md. 18 Nov. 
1935 Logan, Cache, Utah James Donald Wads- 
worth b. 14 Jan. 1909 Jamestown, Bingham, 
Idaho son of Frederick James and l^chel Ann 
Fames (Maughan) Wadsworth. 





Darlene, Ronald, Marjorie, LaNay Felsted 



Helen Lucile and James 
Donald Wadsworth 

MARJORIE A FT ON TAY- 
LOR b. 16 Nov. 1915 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho dau. ofLamoni 
Rawson and Eliza Lowe (Allen) 
Taylor md. 8 Nov. 1934 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, 
Edwin LaNay Felsted b. 5 Dec , 
191 1 Blackfoot, Bingham 
Idaho son of P e t e r Christian 
and Martha Abanatha (Parsons) 
Felsted. Children. 



1. RONALD LANAY FELSTED b. 14 June 1 94 1 Sacramento, Sacramento, 
California. 

2. DARLENE RAH FELSTED b. 20 Nov. 1946 Sacramento, Sacramento, 
California 

ROSS JAY TAYLOR b. 19 Oct. 1 91 8 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Lamonl 
Rawson and Eliza Lowe (Allen) Taylor md. 18 June 1941 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Zelda Dunl<ley b. 2 July 1 91 8 Whimey, Franklin, Idaho dau, of Lester LeRoy 
and Rozella (Lowe) Dunkley. Children. 

I. SCOTT ROSS TAYLOR b. 1 1 June 1946 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon 

EDNA CATHERINE WHITEHEAD b. I5june i9l5Preston 
Franklin, Idaho dau. of Clarence Christian and Maybell 
Lowe (Allen) Whitehead md. (i)Nov. 1934 Frank Kaggie. 
Md. (2) 7 Mas. 1943 Roy Samuel Blair. Children. 

Edna Catherine Whitehead 




ijS Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

I. CATHERINE ANN KAGGIE b. 10 Aug. 1935 

1. PATSY CAROLYN BLAIR b. i2 Oct. 1944 

2. THEDA MAY BLAIR b. g Dec. 1946 

3. MICHAEL JOE BLAIR b. 22 Dec. 1947 



THEDA MAY WHITEHEAD b. 15 Aug. 1 920 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho dau, of Clarence Christian and Maybell 
Lowe (Allen) Whitehead nad. 3 July 1946 William Reid 
Judd, Jr. b. I Dec, 19 18 son of William Reid, St. and 
Vera (Chadwick) Judd. 




Theda May 



CLAIR ALLEN WHITEHEAD b. 2oFeb. 1922 Santa Ana, 
Orange, California son of Clarence Christian and Maybell 
Lowe (Allen) Whitehead md, 23 Feb. 1946 Marian Lynn 
Seattle b. 10 June 1923. Children, 

I. JUDITH LYNN WHITEHEAD b. I Jan. 1 947 



'iff^^i^ij^s^i^:'^. 




Clair 




BARBARA JUNE WHITEHEAD b . 1 1 June 1924 Santa 
Ana, Orange, California dau. of Clarence Christian and 
Maybell Lowe (Allen) Whitehead md. 10 May 1943 
Henry W. Reimer. Children. 

I. RONALD ANTHONY REIMER b. I Apr. 1944 



Barbara June 



VERN PRICE ALLEN b. 24 May 
1916 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Leo 
Lowe and Martha Alma (Price) Allen 
md. 26 Mar. 1945 Tucson, Pima, 
Arizona Myrtle Irene Hands b. 16 July 
1922 Wayne City, Wayne, Nebraska 
dau. of Burt and Rebecca (Rainwater) 
Hands. Children. 

1. JAMES CARSON ALLEN b. 22 
Feb. i946Mt. Vernon, Jefferson, 111. 

2, GORDEN VERN ALLEN b. 7 
Dec. 1948 Sahara Village, Weber, 
Utah 




Myrtle Irene Hands, Gordon Vern, 
James Carson and Vern Price Allen 



MARTHA HELEN ALLEN b. 20 Mar. 1918 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho dau. of 
Leo Lowe and Martha Ann (Price) Allen md. 2 Dec. 1942 San Angelo, Tom 
Green. Texas Lewis Zane Abbott b. 29 Mar. 1914 Farmington, Davis, Utah 
son of Lewis E. and Edyth (Wood) Abbott. Children. 

I. LEWIS ZANE ABBOTT, JR, b . 28 Mar. 1944 Savannah, Cathham , 
Georgia. 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 



m 



2. LEO ALLEN ABBOTT b. 24 Aug. 
1946 Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah 

3. MICHAEL EDWARD ABBOTT b. 4 
Sept. .1948 Hilo, Hawaii 



Zane, Michael, Helen 
Zane Jr. , and Allen Abbott 




BESSIE (BETTY) ALLEN b. 12 May 1919 Bancroft, Bannock. Idaho dau, of 
Leo Lowe and Martha Alma (Price) Allen md. 25 Oct. 1941 Pocaiello, Ban- 
nock, Idaho Ralph Clark Maughan b. 22 Nov. 1917 Benson, Cache, Utah son 
of James C. and Edith (Clark) Maughan. Children. 




James Ralph, Ralph Clark, Betty Jo, Bessie Allen, and 
Nancy Carol Maughan 

1. JAMES RALPH MAUGHAN b. 15 July 1943 Brigham. Box Elder, Utah 

2. NANCY CAROL MAUGHAN b. 13001. 1944 Tooele, Tooele. Utah 

3. BETTY JO MAUGHAN b. 1 2 June 1948 Tooele. Tooele. Utah 



ROBERT LEE ALLEN b. 22 May 1927 
Ogd en , Weber. Utah son of Leo Lowe and 
Martha Alma (Price) Allen md. 20 Apr. 
1949 Bemice Peterson. 

Robert and Bemice Allen 



MAXINE ALLEN b. i4Jan. igiSRichmond. Cache, Utah dau. of Fernando 
LoweandAlta (Chambers) Allenmd. 1 Jan. 1939 Preston, Franklin, Idaho Bert 




178 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

Russell b. 5 Mar. 1 91 7 Riverdale, Utah son of Alexander P. and Ethyl (Child) 
Russell, Children. 

1. STEVEN ALLEN RUSSELL b. 7 July 1942 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. ROBERT ALLEN RUSSELL b. 2 Feb. 1 944 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. BONNIE JEAN RUSSELL b. 23 Jan. 1947 Logan, Cache, Utah 

ORRIS MAE ALLEN b. 9 Oct. 1 920 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Fernando 
Lowe and Alta (Chambers) Allen md. 13 June 1937 Farmington, Davis, Utah 
Willard Theron Hansen b. 30 Oct. 1 91 6 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of Will- 
ard Alton and Syble (Toolson) Hansen. Children. 

1. WILLARD THERON HANSEN, JR. b. 29 Sept. 1938 Smithfield, Cache, 
Utah 

2. JOAN HANSEN b. 6 June 1940 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. CERA LDENE HANSEN b. 8 Nov. 1 942 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

4. RICHARD ALLEN HANSEN b. 28 Jan. 1947 Logan, Cache, Utah 

FERRIN LEON ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 1928 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of 
Fernando Lowe and Alta (Chambers) Allen md. Betty June Kendall 25 Sept. 
1950 dau, ofA.D. Kendall, Ferrin filled a mission in the Netherlands Mission. 

MARJORIE WHITEHEAD b. I 8 Aug. 1921 Grace, Bannock, Idaho dau, of 
James Austin and Rachel Lowe (Allen) Whitehead md. 15 June 1941 Wayne L. 
Revoir b. 8 Jan. 1914 Turner, Idaho son of David E. and May (Gumraersal) 
Revoir. Children. 

1. RICHARD WAYNE REVOIR b. 16 Dec. 1943 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

2. BARBARA MAY REVOIR b. 31 Jan. 1947 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 



WILLARD ALLEN ASTON b. 9 Aug. 
1920 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho son of 
Clarence and La Vera (Allen) Aston md, 
22 May 1944 Logan, Cache, Utah Gladys 
Louise Stokes b. 16 Apr. 1920 Brigham, 
Box Elder, Utah dau. of Heber Wallace 
and Charlotta (Anderson) Stokes. 



Willard and Gladys Aston 




JAMES ALLEN ASTON b. 6 July 1927 Gooding, Gooding, Idaho son of 
Clarence and La Vera (Allen) Aston md. 28 Feb. 1947 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Valene Cherry b. 25 Jan. 1927 Ephraim, Utah dau. of Wesley and 
Ida (Baily) Cherry. 



Elijah- Second Great Grandchndren 



.5^'iT;? 





James Allen Aston and Valene Cherry 



179 

Children. 

I. SCOTT JAY ASTON b. 
27 Dec. 1949 




Cyril, Dean, Gerald, Shirley, N4ary, 
Carolyn 



CYRIL STANFORD 
ALL LN b. 2 July 1905 
Cove, Cache, Utah son 
of Francis Andrew and 
Fay H a rgravcs (Stan- 
ford) Allen md. 30 Apr. 
1932 Oakley, Cassia, 
Idaho Mary H. Haight 
d a u . of Horton D. and 
Polly Genevieve (Worth- 
ington) H a i g ht, Cyril 
and Mary Alle'i live in 
Washington D. C. where 
he is an agricultural 

economist. The lave worked diligently in the Church organization vhere- 
ever they have lived. Children, 

1. DEANS. ALLEN b. 28 Mar. 1 933 Idaho Falls. Bonneville, Idaho 

2. SHIRLEY FAY ALLEN b. 30 Oct. 1934 Jerome, Idaho 

3. GERALD H. ALLEN b. 17 Aug. 1936 Caldwell, Idaho 

4. CAROLYN ALLEN b. 27 May 1 940 Burley, Idahr, 

ARIEL FRANCIS ALLEN b. 18 Jan. 1907 Grace, Bannock, Idaho d. 19 Feb. 
1950 Grace,- Bannock, Idaho son of Francis Andiew and Fay Hargraves (Stan- 
ford) Allen md. Edith Howell b. 20 Jurie 191 1 Fish Haven, Bear Lake, Idaho 
dan, of Henry Edwin and Susan Ida (Gardner) Howell. Chil-dren. 

1. RAY HOWELL ALLEN b. 16 Jan. 1931 Grace, Bannock. Idaho 

2. GLENICE ALLEN b. II Dec. 1935 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

3. DOROTHY ALLEN b. 17 Tune 1938 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

4. LINDA ALLEN b. 10 Mar. 1940 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

SUSIE MARY ALLEN b. 24 Sept, igoS.Grace, Bannock, Idaho da u, of 
Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md, 4 June 1930 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Earl Harris b. 16 Mar. 1906 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Charles 
and (Perry) Harris. Children. 



1 86 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

■ I. EL WOOD ALLEN HARRIS 

ANDREW STANFORD ALLEN b. 19 Dec. 1910 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son 
of Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md. 8 Oct. 1934 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Marjorie Horsley b. 28 Mar. 1911 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 
dau. of George Stratford and Alice Ellen (Campbell) Horsley. Children, 

1. CAROL JEANNE ALLEN b. 16 May 1936 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

2. LANE STRATFORD ALLEN b. 1 1 Jan, i940Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

3. LIANE ALLEN b. 18 Mar. 1945 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 

GLEN STANFORD ALLEN b. 1 2 Jan. 1913 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of 
Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen . md. 28-1942 Mary 
Alice Stiles. Children, 

I. LARRY GLEN ALLEN 

BARNETT STANFORD ALLEN b, 7 May 1 91 6 Giace, Bannock, Idaho son 
of Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md. 20 Dec. 1940 Se- 
quin, Guadalupe, Texas Doris Alice Blevins b. 23 Nov, 1917 Cove, Union, 
Oregon dau. of Harry Emile and Dorcas A. (Van Schaunhaven) Blevins. Children, 

1. SHARON JEAN ALLEN b. 7 Oct. 1 943 Spokane, Spokane, Washington 

2. DORIS KAY ALLEN b, 2 Dec. 1946 Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado 

VERNE STANFORD ALLEN b. 19 May 1918 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of 
Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md. 5 Mar. 1943 Douglas, 
Cochise, Arizona (AAF Post Chapel) Leona Ma urine Johnson b, 4 Mar. 1919 
Narka, Kansas dau. of True and Martha A. ( — ) Johnson. Children. 

1. FRANCIS EUGENE ALLEN b. 4 Feb. 1945 Fort Riley, Geary. Kansas 

2. IIMMIE EDWARD ALLEN b. 23 Sept. 1 947 Concordia, Kansas 

FRANCIS ANDREW ALLEN, JR. b. 20 June 1 920 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son 
of Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md. Ruth Mouritsen b. 
2 1 Feb. 1925 Bennington, Bear Lake, Idaho dau, of Irvln and Lula Ellen 
(Thomock) Mouritsen. Children, 

I, JANICE M, ALLEN b. 4 Aug. 1946 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

THEODORE STANFORD ALLEN b, 5 Mar. 1922 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son 
ofFrancis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Allen md. 2-] Sept. 1947 Cen- 
tral, Bannock, Idaho Rhoda Marie Dobson b, 23 Nov. 1928 Central, Bannock, 
Idaho dau. of Willis A. and Verda (Christensen) Dobson. Childrerf: 

I, SANDRA JOE ALLEN b, 6 May 1949 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

FAYE STANFORD ALLEN b, 22 Jan, 1924 Grace, Bannock, Idaho dau. of 
Francis Andrew and Fay Hargraves (Stanford) Alien md. 30 June 1945 Moscow , 
Latah, Idaho Patrick Maurice Lynch b. 28 Jan. 1925 Potlatch, Idaho son of 
Martin Francis and Charlotte M. (Hannant) Lynch, Children, 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren ,81 

1. ANITA DIANb LYNCH b. 1 2 Dec. 1946 Colfajc, Whitman. Wa'-.hingtin 

2. ROBERT DALE LYNCH b. 11 Aug. 1948 Colfax, Whitman. Washington 

EVA LORRAIN VAN SYCLE 
ALLEN (adopted by Leonard 
Preece Allen) b. 26 Mat. 1899 
ijuesqueton, Buchanan, Iowa 
dau. of George and Lena Maude 
(Wallace) Van Syclc md. A. 
Lyle Bergestrom. Children. The A, Lyle Bergt^stroni Family 

1. LEW WALLACE BERGESTROM b. 28 Oct, r92| Iowa 

2. ELEANOR JANE BERGESTROM b. 14 Sept. 1926 

3. ROMEY BERGESTROM h. 26 July 1928 

4. BARBARA JUNE BERGESTROM b. ] 9 Juno 1933 Stockton, San Joaquin, 
California 

5. DONALD ARCHIE BERGESTROM b. 7 July 1 937 Stockton, San Joaquin. 
California 




LOIS ALLEN b. 1 8 June 191 2 Niter, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Lorenzo Preece 
and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. 24 Feb. 1934 Burley, Cassia, Idaho Theo- 
fore Earl Smith b, 14 Nov. 1904 Minidoka, Minidoka, Idaho son of Andrew 
Harrison and Fanny Bell (Cubine) Smith. Children. 

1. THEODORE EARL SMITH b. 7 Nov. 1 934 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. LOREN ALLEN SMITH b. 23 Aug. 1937 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. ANDREWS. SMITH b. 1939 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

4. JEANIE SMITH b. California 




Eldena, Louis, Kay 
and Garry Allen 



LOUIS CALKINS ALLEN b. 25 May 1913 
Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Lorenzo Preece 
and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. 16 Aug. 
1946 Elko, Nevada Eldena Mabel Hansen b. i 
Dec. i9iiNeeley, Idaho dau, of William 
Hans and Mabel Naomi ( — ) Hansen. Louis 
and Eldena Allen live at Hansen, Idaho. 
Children. 

(, GARRY ALLEN b. 2 Dec. 1947 Rupert. 
Minidoka, Idaho 

2. KAY ALLEN b. 31 May 1949 Rigby, 
Idaho 



MARION CALKINS ALLEN b. I 9 July 1915 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of 
L3renzo Preece and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. 20 Aug. 1937 Rupert. 
Minidoka, Idaho Bessie Bee Champion b. 23 Sept. 1920 Rupert, Minidoka, 
Idaho dau. of Herman Faye and Maude Lois (Ashenf Liter) Champion. Children. 

I. BILLIE LOUISE ALLEN b. I Feb. 1939 Rupert. Minidoka. Idaho 



l82 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 




Bessie, Billie Louise, Marion 
Ludene, Juanita Mae and Elmo Allen 



2. JUANITA MAE A I,L EN b. 
13 Jan. 1941 Rupert, Minidoka, 
Idaho 

3. LUDENE ALLEN 

4. ELMO ALLEN 



CECIL CALKINS ALLEN b. I July 1 917 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Lo- 
renzo Preece and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. 15 Oct. 1937 Shelley, Bing- 
ham, Idaho Florence Irene Shafer b. 10 Apr, 1917 Lixicoln, Lancaster, Nebra- 
ska dau. of Frank Alonzo and Bertha Louise (Buchey) Shafer. Children. 




Cecil, Caroij t^atricia and Florence Allen 

1. CAROL A:JN ALLEN b. 5 Sept. 1938 Hamer, Jefferson. Idaho 

2. PATRICIA GWEN ALLEN b. 19 June 1940 Hamer, Jefferson, Idaho 



VILATB ALLEN b. 20 Nov. 1 92 1 Grace, 
5annock, Idaho dau, of Lorenzo Preece and 
Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. Dwight £d^vin 
Herbert b. 26 May 1920 Trimble, Athens, 
Ohio son of Luther Owen and Verna Louvica 
(Phillips) Herbert. Children. 

1. DAVID EDWIN HERBERT b, 16 May 1940 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. CLIFFORD OWEN HERBERT b. 28 i^lay 
1943 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. MARY LOU HERBERT b. 21 Sept. 1947 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 




Dwight, David 
and Vilaie Herbert 



RANDALL LLOYD ALLEN b. 25 July 1924 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of 
Lorenzo Preece and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Alien md. 2 1 Nov. 1947 Agnes 
Coleen Fowler b. 6 Feb. 1928 Williston, Williams, North Dakota dau, of 




Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 183 



George Wesley and Mary Beriiita (Ludlow) 
Fowler. Children. 

I. GEORGE RANDALL Ai.LEN b. 24 Oct. 
1948 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 



Agnes and Randall Allen 



ANNA RAE ALLEN b. 14 Sept. 1 927 Grace, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Lorenzo 
Preece and Mary Ellen (Calkins) Allen md. 22 Feb. 1946 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Russell Squires Poppleton b. 8 Mar. 1922 Wellsville, Cache, Utah d. 19 Aug. 
1949 Wellsville, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Washington and Flora Christina 
(Squires) Poppleton. Children. 

1. RUSSELL ALLEN POPPLETON b. 29 Nov. 1 946 Sacramento, Sacramento, 
California 

2. RUTH POPPLETON b. 29 June 1948 Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah 

3. JOSEPH W. POPPLETON b. 22 July 1 949 Tremonton, Box Elder, Utah 

RODNEY ALLEN RICH b. 6 Oct. 1914 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Rodney 
and Florence Susanna (Allen) Rich md. 1 1 Aug. 1937 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah Hazel Blair Cornish b. 24 Feb. 1915 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Leo S. 
and Hazel (Blair) Comish. 

Rodney Rich is an active Church member and is manager of the Model 
Laundry in Ogden, Utah. Formerly he was an Ogden city policeman and a 
Utah State special policeman. His wife. Hazel, is a beautician and Primary 
worker. Children. 

1. DAYNE CLAIR RICH b. 28 June 1 939 Ogden. Weber, Utah 

2. SHARON RICH b. I Oct. 1 942 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

(2) MARK ALLEN RICH b. l7May 1916 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Rod- 
ney and Florence Susanna (Allen) Rich md. 26 June 1942 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Hazel Lavon HuU b. 27 Feb. 191 2 Hooper, Weber, Utah dau, of Willard and 
Katie (Parker) Hull. She rod. (i) Frank Gilbert, Mark Rich is an Ogden fire- 
man and stake missionary. Children. 

I. MARK HULL RICH b. 27 Aug. 1946 Ogden. Weber. Utah 

■ ELIZABETH FLORENCE RICH b. 17 Apr. 1924 Alexander, Bannock, Idaho 
dau. of Rodney and Florence Susanna (Allen) Rich md. (1)8 Nov. 1941 Alvin 
Howard Kartchner (div. ) Md, (2) 29 June 1948 Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming 
Howard Bumell McG€e b. 10 Jan. 191 9 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of Claude 
C. and Ethel (Blair) McGee. Children. 

I. RODNEY ALVIN KARTCHNER b. 7 July 1942 Cove. Cache, Utah 



184 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

2. ILENE KARTCHNER b, 22 Mar. 1944 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. HOWARD RICH McGEE b. 27 Apr. I949 

HELEN LARAINE ALLEN b. 24 Mar. 1922 Cove. 
Cache, Utah da u. of Mark Preece and Flossie (Layton) 
Allen md. 14 May 1943 Denver, Denver, Colorado 
Claine L. Snow son of Grandville and Bobbie Ethel 
(Mantle) Snow. Children. 

1. BRUCE ALLEN SNOW b. Sluly 1944 Soda Springs, 
Caribou, Idaho 

2. GARY C. SNOW b. 9 Feb. 1 949 Ogden, Weber, Utah 




Helen, Bruce 
and Claine 




JUNIUS LAYTON ALLEN b. 3 1 Mar. 1925 Grace, 
Bannock, Idaho son of Mark Preece and Flossie (Layton) 
Allen md. 15 Aug. 1947 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake , 
Utah Helen Roper dau. of Simpson and Ethel (Brown) 
Roper. Children. 

I. -LARRY ALLEN b. 17 Jan. 1949 Grace, Bannock. 

Idaho 
Junius, Helen and 
Larry Allen 
MADGE ELAINE ALLEN b. 2 Nov. 1 927 Thatcher, Graham, Arizona d. 
4 Mar. 1945 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho dau. of Mark Preece and Flossie 
(Layton) Allen md. 5 Feb. 1944 Ogden. Weber, Utah William Philip Hansen 
son of Alfred and Adelia Duboise (Bassett) Hansen 



JACQUELENE ALLEN b. 28 Dec. 1925 
Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Marion Elijah 
and Georgia (Merrill) Allen md. 30 Jan. 1947 
Ogden, Weber, Utah Cecil Juan Hyden b. 19 
Nov. 1 924 Logan, Cache. Utah son of Ruben 
and Mary Louise (Hodges) Hyden. Jacquelene 
and Cecil Hyden live in Logan where he works 
for a plumbing company. She is a graduate 
of Weber College and U. S. A. C. at Logan. 
Children. 

1, SIDNEY L, HYDEN b. 3 Sept. 1 947 Ogden, Weber, Utah d. 
1949 Summit Creek, Smithfield. Utah 

2. MARION HYDEN b. 19 Dec. 1949 Logan. Cache, Utah 




Jacquelene, Sidney 
Cecil Hyden 



and 
6 June 



DOROTHY ALLEN b. 12 Sept. T910 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. -of Henry 
Heber, Jr. and Re da (Ricks) Allen md. 23 Dec, 1935 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Cecil Legrande Miles b. 27 Mar. rqoS Smithfield, Cache. Utah son of Jeddie 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 
Leroy and Amelia Almira (Smitli) Miles. 

Cecil and Dorothy Miles 
have served ill nearly every 
organization that the Church 
offers. She taught school at 
Cedarhill. Swan Lake, and 
B a n i d a , Idaho. At present 
They are living in Banida , 
Franklin, Idaho. Children, 

r. ARLENL" MILES b. 16 
Aug. 1937 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho 

2. LOIS MILES b. 22 May 
1 941 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. LORRAINE MILES b. 6 
Nov. 1946 Banida, Franklin. Idaho 

4. VALARIE MILES b. 1948 Banida, Franklin, Idaho 



185 




J.'iJ*'^. 



The Cecil L. Miles Family 




Roland, Gordon, Margaret 
and Carolyn Allen 



ROLAND RICKS ALLEN b. 27 Jan. 
1912 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Henry 
Heber, Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 
17 Sept. 1937 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Margaret Van Dam b. 28 Feb. 1914 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dan. 
of Herbert and Lilleth( Smith) Van Dam. 
Roland and Margaret Allen are both 
returned missionaries from the North- 
western States Mission. Besides being an active scout master for years, and 
serving as bisiiop's counsellor, he has been principal of the seminary at the 
Soda Springs High School. At present he is Second Counsellor to the Idaho 
Stake President and she is teaching. Children. 

1. ROLAND GORDON ALLEN b. I Aug. 1 938 Logan, Cache. Utah 

2. DALE VAN DAM ALLEN b. 10 Dec. 1939 Cove. Cache. Utah d. 12 
Dec» 1939 

3. KEITH VAN DAM ALLEN b. 4 July 1941 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 1941 

4. NORMAN ALLEN b. 1 4 Aug. 1 942 Logan, Cache, Utah d. 17 Aug. 1942 

5. ( ) ALLEN b. 26 Tune 1943 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah d. 26 

June 1943 

6. CAROLYN ALLEN b. 31 Mar. 1946 

OPAL ALLEN b. i9Jan. i9i4Banida, Franklin, Idahodau. of Henry Heber, 
Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 21 June 1939 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 
Wilbur Nerval Georgesonb. so5iK)fHyrum and Minnie Lena (Beriips) Georgeson. 

Opal and Wilbur Norval Georgeson have both been active Church workers 
and she is an accomplished seamstress. They live in Pocatello, Idaho. 



1 86 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 




Wayne, Wilbur, Elaine, Opal, 
And Melvin Georgeson 



Children. 

1. EL AINE GEORGESON b. 
25 Apr. 1940 Malad, Oneida. 
Idaho 

2. MELVIN ALLEN GE- 
ORGESON b. 14 Feb. 1942 
Banida, Franklin, Idaho 

3. WAYNE NORVAL GE- 
ORGESON b. 22 Apr. 1944 
Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 




CARMA ALLEN b. 26 Mar. I 9 i 5 Banida, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Henry 
Heber, Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 17 Sept. 1941 Logan, Cache. Utah 
Arthur Mineer b. 5 Dec. 1 91 3 Midvale, Salt Lake, Utah son of Alma Arthur 
and Karln A. (Olsen) Mineer. 

Carma and Arrhur Mineer live in 
Midvale, Utah. He is a machinist and 
she a beautician. Children, 

1. MAROLYNN MINEER b. I June 
1943 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. BARBARA MINEER b, 30 July 
1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

3. KAREN MINEERb. 1 1 May 1949 
Logan, Cache, Utah 

The Arthur Mincer Family 

IRENE ALLEN b. 13 Nov. 1917 Banida, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Heury He- 
ber, Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 20 May 11342 Logan, Cache, Utah Howard 
Barfus Young b. 10 Oct. 1908 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of George and Rosa 
(BarfuE) Young. 

Irene and Howard Young are 
farming in Thatcher, Idaho. Both 
are active in Church work. Children 

1. DALE HOWARD YOUNG b . 
II June 1943 Pocatello, Bannock, 
Idaho 

2. GLEN ALLEN YOUNG b. Aug. 
1945 vSoda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

3. ROBERT LEE YOUNG b, 26 June 1947 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 




The Howard B. Young Family 



BARBARA ALLEN b. I o July I920Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Henry Heber, 
Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 7 Sept. 1940 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, 
Elwood Walker Chambers b. 12 Sept. 1 91 6 Marysville, Fremont, Idaho son of 



i87 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 
Hugh and Coral (Walker) Chambers. 

Barbara and Elwood Chambers live in Cristobol, Canal Zone, Panama where 
Elwood is stationed with the Navy. Children. 

1. ELWOOD WALKER CHAMBERS b. i6 Aug. 1942 Bremerton. Kitsap. 
Washington d. 17 Aug, 1942 

2. HAROLD LEE CHAMBERS b. 16 Aug. 1942 Bremerton, Kitsap. Washington 



EUNICE ALLEN b. 19 June 1 922 Cove, Cache, Utah 
dau. of Henry Heber, Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 10 
June 1948 San Francisco, California Arlow Orville Lind- 
blom b. 22 Jan. 191 9 Dief, N, Dakota son of Jolm and 
Kia (Jolmson) Lindblom. 

Orville and Eunice Lindblom are living at 1353 h'un- 
ston St. , S. F. , California. She is a beautician. 




Eunice and Arlow 
Lindblom 



LOUISE ALLEN b. 16 Apr. 1925 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Henry 
Heber Jr. , and Reda (Ricks) Allenmd. 40ct. i944Logan, Cache, Utah Robert 
Ray Witmer b. 26 July 1921 Hanover, York, Pennsylvania son of Calvin R^y 
and Alta (Kitzmiller) Witmer. 

Louise and Robert Witmer are living in Hanover, Pennsylvania. She is a 
trained bookkeeper. Children. 

1, GERRY ALLEN WITMER b. 26 July 1 946 Logan, Cache, Utah 




PAUL HEBER ALLEN b. 30 Aug. 1 927 
Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho son of Henry 
Heber, Jr. and Reda (Ricks) Allen md. 14 
July 1948 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
Grace Devereaux. They make their home 
at Soda Springs, Idaho. Children. 

I. SHARON RENAE ALLEN b. 7 Oct, 
1949 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 



Grace, Renae and Paul Allen 



PORTIA BONNE JOHNSON b. 14 May 1908 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of 
Andrew Anton and Lillie( Allen) Jolinsonmd. 19 May 1934 Fillmore. Utah Dunn 
Taylor b. Springfield, Utah, Utah son of John Crispen and Anna (Nelson) 
Taylor. Children. 

1. DAVID DUNN TAYLOR b, 12 Nov. 1937 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. JOHN RUSSELL TAYLOR b. 17 Feb. 1 941 Murray, Salt Lake. Utah 

3. KATHERINE ANN TAYLOR b. 1 7 Feb. 1941 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah 

BOOKER ELMO JOHNSON b. 4 Oct. [909Cove, Cache, Utah son of Andrew 
Anton and Lillie (Allen) Johnson md. I Nov. 1933 Logan, Cache, Utah Belle 
Rosa Hadley b. in Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Rich and Belle (Crow- 



l88 Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

shaw) Hadley. Children. 

1. LILLIE BELLE JOHNSON b. 6 Sept. 1935 Priston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. CONNIE JOHNSON b. 5 Feb. 1939 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. EARL JOHNSON b. 1 6 Mar. 1 94 1 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah 

4. LARRY JOHNSON b. 5 Dec. 1942 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah 

ALLEN ANDREW JOHNSON b. 2 Apr. 191 2 Newton, Cache, Utah son of 
Andrew Apton and Lillie (Allen) Johnson md. 2 Apr. 1936 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Phyllis Mabey b. 7 Apr, 1914 Provo, Utah, Utah dau. of Al- 
bert and Aileen (Irvine) Mabey. Children. 

1. RICHARD ALLEN JOHNSON b. 10 Sept. 1 936 Orange, Orange, Calif. 

2. KAREN JOHNSON b. 24 Sept. 1 939 Anaheim, Orange, Calif. 

3. IVAN GLENN JOHNSON b. 20 Nov. 1 943 Anaheim, Orange, Calif. 

GLADYS LETHA WILLIAMS b. 19 Dec. 1 91 3 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
George and Josephine Poulsen (Allen) Williams md. 3 Mar. 1937 Logan, Cache, 
Utah John Weyermanb. 29 Apr. 1899 Logan, Cache, Utah d. 8 Dec. 1944 St. 
Alphonso Hospital, Boise, Ada, Idaho. Children. 

. I. ILENE WEYERMAN b. 22 Mar. 1938 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 9 Aug.. 

1947. 

2. VERLm ROSE WEYERMAN b. 12 Aug. 1939 Jackson, Teton, Wyoming 

3. WOODROW GEORGE WEYERMAN b. I 8 Oct. 1 941 Jackson, Teton, 
Wyoming 

EVA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS b. 10 Jan. 1918 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
George and Josephine Poulsen (Allen) Williams md. 17 Sept, 1941 Logan, 
Cache, Utah William Campbell Nichols b. 30 May 1 914 Rupert, Minidoka, 
Idaho son of Holt and Mary A. (Hellewell) Nichols. Children. 

1. ANN NICHOLS b. 1 7 July 1942 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. WILLIAM HOWARD NICHOLS b. 13 Aug. 1944 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. CAIvlILLE NICHOLS' 4 Nov, 1945 Rupert, Minidoka,. Idaho 



GAIL KOFOED ALLEN 
b. 29 July 1918 Cove , 
Cache, Utah dau. of Aram 
Poulsen and Lucy May (Ko- 
foed) Allen md. il Mar. 
1938 i.ogan. Cache, Utah 
Ross Nephi Jorgensen b. 14 
May 191G Treasureton, • 
Idaho son of Nephi Jorgen- 
son and Alice (Kirby) Jor- 
gensen. 

Ross and Gail Jorgenson live at Lava Hot Springs, Idaho where they 
Both are active in the Church, Children. 




The Ross Nephi Jorgenson Family 






farm , 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 189 

1. IRIS JORGENSEN b. 2 Jan. 1939 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

2. ALICE JORGENSEN b. 16 Aug. 1941 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. LUCY JORGENSEN b. 26 Aug. 1945 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

4. CARL ARAM JORGENSEN b. 1 9 July 1949 Lava Hot Springs, Idaho 

EDRIE ELLEN ALLEN b . 9 Jan. 1921 
Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Aram 
Poulsen and Lucy May (Kofoed) Allen md. 
31 Oct. l940Malad, Idaho Calvin Haight 
Kingsbury b. 23 Sept. 191 9 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah son of Roy Partridge 
and Grace Fannie (Haight) Kingsbury. 
Children. 

1. ALLEN CALVIN KINGSBURY b. XJ July 1941 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. LA RAINE KINGSBURY b. igjune 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Edrie Ellen and Calvin Kingsbury own and operate the general store at 

Cleveland, Idaho. She is a school teacher and they are both active in Church 
work. 




Calvin, Edrie, Allen and 
La Raine Kingsbury 




Rhea, Hank, Steven and 
Christine Shea 



RHEA LUCY ALLEN b , 6 June 
1929 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dan. 
of Aram Poulsen and Lucy May 
(Kofoed) Allen m d . 27 June 1947 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Harrington Allen Shea b. 22 May 
1924 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah son of Ray Allen and Elsa Ber- 
tha (Reisner) Shea, 

Rhea Lucy and Harrington Allen Shea were manied in the Salt Lake Temple 
after his release from the Navy. Children. 

1. STEVEN ALLEN SHEA b. 7 Apr. 1 948 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke, Uuh 

2. CHRISTINE SHEA b. 17 July 1951 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

PAUL VERNON ADAMS b. 14 Dec. 191 9 Logan, Cache, Utah son of John 
Vernon and Seleta Poulsen (Allen) Adams md. 4 June 1943 Vera Jepson b. 16 
Dec. 1923 dau. of Hyrum Jepsen, Paul Vernon filled a mission to the East 
Central States. Children. 

1. KENNETH PAUL ADAMS b. 3 Apj. 1 944 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. CAREL LEE ADAMS b. 6 Jan. 1947 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

LUWANA ADAMS b. 23 Feb. 1 924 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of John Ver- 
non and Seleta Poulsen ( Allen) Adams md. 7 Dec. 1 943 Logan, Cache. Utah 
Gale J. Barney son of Leroy Barney of Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah. Gale is a 
druggist in the Walgren Drug Company and assistant manager of the Boise, 
I^'aho store. Children. 



190, Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 

1. KATHY BARNEY b, 12 Sept. 1 944 

2. GLORIA VIRGINIA fiARNEY b. 5 Apr. 1948 

ALICE ADAMS b. 16 June 1929 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of John Vernon 
and Seleta Poulsen (Allen) Adams md. 22 Oct. 1947 Logan, Cache, Utah Dan 
Pickett Campbell b. 3 May 1925 Providence, Cache, Utah son of Ezra Ta ft 
and Lucy Lorena (Pickett) Campbell, Alice and Dan Campbell are in' the mer- 
centile business in Preston, Idaho. Children. 

I. LUCY ANN CAMPBELL b. 24 Aug, 1 948 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

ELEANOR RICE b. 17 Apr. 1924 Provo, Utah, Utah dau. of Oscar Legrand 
and Erma Elgena (Allen) Rice md. 16 June 1948 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah Henry Keith Erickson b. 27 Dec. 1 916 Lehi, Utah son of George Henry 
and Myrtle (Bane) Erickson, Keith is cartographer with U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey. 

HELEN VERA ALLEN b. 3 Aug. 1914 Spanish 
Fork, Utah, Utah dau. of Joseph Merle and Vera 
(Davis) AUenmd. Ross Stuart Overton b. 23 Sept. 
1912 d. 10 Oct. 1945. Children, 

I. GLEN ALLEN OVERTON b. i8jan. 1945 
Ross, Glen and 
Helen Overton 

CARMA JEAN ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 191 5 Spanish 
Fork, Utah, Utah dau. of Joseph Merle and Vera 
(Davis) Allen md. John Rossi. Children, 

1. YOLANDA CARMA ROSSI b. 1 4 June 1938 
Ogden, Weber, Utah 

2, JOHNNY WYNN ROSSI b. Jaff: 1941 Ogden 
Weber, Utah 





The John Rossi Family 



DONNA MARIE ALLEN b. 28 Feb. 1920 Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah dau. of 
Joseph Merle and Vera (Davis) Allen md. Theodore James Curtis. Children, 

1. LINCOLN CURTIS 

2. DAWN MARIE CURTIS 



JAMES ALLEN McMURRIN b. 26 Dec. 1918 Logan, 
Cache, Utah son of James Albert and Phebe Mavil (Allen) 
McMurrin md. 24 Dec. 1940 Patricia Ruth Emmett dau. 
of John Emmett. Profession: Physician and Suig6on . 
Children. 

I. MARCIA McMURRIN b. 21 Feb. 1943 Logan, 
Cache, Utah 




James McMurrin 



4 

Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 191 

2. JOHN McMURRIN b. 20 June 1945 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. (GIRL) McMURRIN b. Aug. 1949 Cincinnatti. Ohio 

JANET LUCILLE McMURRIN b. 21 Dec. 1922 Logan, Cache. Utah dau, of 
James Albert and Phebe Mavil (Allen) McMurrin md. 22 Oct. 1942 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Robert A. Goodman. Children, 

1. JANET GOODMAN b. 30 Nov. 1943 

2. BOBBIE GOODMAN b. 6 Aug. 194s 

IRIS ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 1917 Weston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of George Q. and 
Sarah Elizabeth (Titensor) Allen md. 22 Aug. 1935 Pocatello, Bannock. Idaho 
Edmond Arthur Fehr b. 7 Nov. 1915 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah. Children. 

1. PATRICIA IRIS FEHRb. 30 Apr. 1936 Salt Lake City, S. L. . Utah 

2. JANET KAE ELLEN FEHRb, 14 Nov. 1936 Salt Uke City, S.L., Utah 

FARRELL GEORGE ALLEN b. 21 Oct. igiSCove, Cache, Utahson of George 
Q. and Sarah Elizabeth (Titensor) Allen md, 12 June 194^^^^ Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah eizabeth Matilda Glen b. 30 Sept, 1928 -i?oadon, England. 
Children: 

1. LINDA ELAINE ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 1946 Salt Lake City. S. L. ,• Utah 

2. LESLIE ELIZABETH ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 1946 Salt Uke City. S.L,, Utah 

3. SUSAN MARGARET ALLEN b. 8 Mar. J 948 Salt Lake City. S. L. , Utah 

JOSEPH STODDARD ALLEN b. 24 Aug. 1919 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Grover Elijah and Eliza Ann (Stoddard) Allen md. 27 Dec. 1 944 Imogene Lee 
b. 10 Oct, 1920 Paradise, Cache, Utah. 

Imogene and Joseph S. Allen are living in Springviile, Utah »vhere he is a 
pharmicist. He filled a Canadian mission for the Church, They are both 
active Church workers. She was an airline stewardess during World War II. 

EDRIS ALLEN b. 15 Aug. 1921 Richmond, Cache, Utah dam of Grover 
Elijah and Eliza Ann (Stoddard) Allen md. 15 Feb. 1943 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Clifford Peter Mickelson b. 30 Sept, 191 9 Redmond, S-"ier, Utah 
son of Archie and Caroline (Hanson) Mickelson. 

Edris and Clifford Mickelson farm in Redmond. Utah and are active mem- 
bers of the Ward there. Children. 

1. STEVEN ALLEN MICKELSON b. 22 Aug. 1942 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

2. BARRY CLIFFORD MICKELSON b. 23 Feb. 1945 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

3. CAROL ANN MICKELSON b. 1 9 Feb. 1948 Salina, Sevier. Utah 

FREDERICK RICHARD TITENSOR b. 21 Sept. 1918 Cove, Cache, Utahson 
of Frederick Earl Titensor and Alice Erma (Allen) Titensor md. 18 Dec. 1941 
Logan, Cache, Utah Beth Francis b. 12 Aug. 1921 Santa Ana, Orange, Cali- 
fornia dau. of Samuel John and Mabel Smith (Lee) Francis. 

Frederick R. Titensor is a Civil Engineer and at present he and his family 



192 



Elijah - Second Great Grandchildren 




Robin, Richard, Allen and Beth Titensor 



are living in Cove, Utah. 
Children. 

1. ROBIN TITENSOR 
b. 7 May 1 943 Santa Ana , 
Orange, California. 

2. ALLEN RICHARD 
TITENSOR b. 23 Jan. 
1 947 Los Angeles, Los 




Leora, Terry Lee and Floyd 



Angeles, California 

3. GAIL TITENSOR b. 20 Apr, 1948 Logan, Cache. Utah 

LEORA ALLEN b. 2 2 Nov. 1 926 Smith- 
field, Cache, Utah dau. of Grover Elijah 
and Frances (Harris) Allen md. 2 Apr. 1947 
Logan, Cache, Utah Floyd Knight Giles b. 
25 July 1918 Frovo, Utah, Utah son of Joseph 
F. and Clara Clarkston (Nuttal) Giles. 

Leora and Floyd Giles make their home 
in Provo where they are members of the Provo' 7th Ward. Children. 

1. TERRY LEE GILES b. I Mar. 1948 Provo, Utah, Utah 

2. PAMELA KAYE GILES b. 6 Jan. 1 950 Provo, Utah, Utah 

BETTY LUCILLE ALLEN b. 24 Mar. 1 925 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Grant Anderson and Barbara (Anderson) Allen md. John Franklin Herr b, 21 
Feb, 1923 Pasadena, Los Angeles, California, Children, 

I . JOHN FRANKLIN HERR, JR. b. 31 Dec. 1943 Oceanside, San Diego, Calif, 

COLLEEN ALLEN b. 24 Aug. i926Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of Grant Ander- 
son and Barbara (Anderson) Allen md, John William Rockwell b. 24 Mar, 1925 
Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, Children, 

I. JOHN WILLIAM ROCKWELL, JR. b, 1 948 

THIRD GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CL ARIND A KNAPP ALLEN 

by ELIJAH 
DARLENE KATHLEEN ATKINSON b.6 Dec. 1 930 

Lincoln, Nebraska dau, of Floyd M, and Margaret (Pabst) 
Atkinsonmd, i6Mayi95i SanJose, Santa Clara, Calif., 
Harry Lester Eidschun b. 1 6 May 1 927;McCurtaia, Okla. 
son of William and Mary Kathlene (Gussaux) Eidschun. uarrv and Darlene 

VERLA ELAINE SMITH b. dau, of Walter Louis and Blanche (Barnes) Smith 
md. Willard Carroll. Children. 

1, NAD A JUSTINE CARROLL b. 27 Sept. 1 944 

2. BETTY LOU CARROLL b. 13 July 1 947 




SAPHRONIA '^^ 

Abraham Foster ^^^mwe»t ,v>.«^«ji¥j»^- c u 

Saphronia Allen 




"' i 



SAPHRONIA ALLEN b. 6 Nov. I 828 Burton. Cattaraugus. New York d 19 
Oct.^ 1912 Richmond. Cache, Utah dau. of Andrew Lee and Clarinda (Knlpp) 
- Allen md. (i) Dec. 1851 Jacob Rose. Md. (2) 23 Feb. 1863 San Bemardino. 
San Bernardino, California Abraham Foster b. 4 Apr. 1830 Bradford Co. Penn- 
sylvania d. 1 2 Mar. 1 883 Franklin. Oneida. Idaho son of Abraham and Amelia 
(White) Foster. Children: 

1. NANCY JANE ROSE b. 23 Dec. 1854 Carson VaUey. Ormsby. Nevada 

2. ABRAHAM FOSTER b. II Apr. 1 864 Las Vegas. Clark, Nevada 

3. ALFRED FOSTER b. 19 Feb. 1866 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 

4. ALICE FOSTER b. 25 July 1868 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

NANCY JANE ROSE b. 23 Dec. 1854 Carson City Ormsby, Nevada d. 12 Mar. 
1891 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Jacob H, and Saphronia (AUen) Rose 
md. 25 May 1874 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake. JJtah Isaiah Lacy Bennett b. 23 
Sept. 1853 England d. 24 Dec. 1929 Preston, Oneida, Idaho son of Thomas 
B. and Ann (Lacy) Bennett. Children: 

1. NANCY JANE BENNETT b. 3 Mar. 1875 Gentile Valley. Bannock. Idaho 

2. ISAIAH CARSON BENNETT b. 3oAug. 1876 Gentile Valley, Bannock. 
Idaho. 

3. SOPHRONIA ANN BENNETT b. 22 July 1878 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. EMMA SUSAN BENNETT b. 25 Oct, 1 880 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

5. THOMAS RICHARD BENNETT b. 19 Oct. 1883 Mapleton, Franklin, 
Idaho, 

6. PHOEBE ELIZA BENNETT b. 4 Dec. 1 885 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

7. ADA ALZADA BENNETT b. 21 May 1 887 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

8. MARY ROZETTA BENNETT b. 27 Jan. 1 889 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 
d. 6 or 10 Feb, 1889 

9. ZEFFIE FERN BENNETT b. 1 8 July 1 890 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 
ABRAHAM FOSTER b. II Apr, 1864 Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada d. llMar. 
1936 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho son of Abraham and Saphronia (Allen) 
Foster md. 7 Sept. 1889, Caribou, Idaho Mary Nelson b. 3 Apr. 1867 Frank- 
lin, Oneida, Idaho d. 9 Dec. 1940 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho dau, of 
Edmond and Ann (Peterson) Nelson. Children: 

I. ABRAHAM FOSTER b. 21 May, 1891 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. EDMOND WILLARD FOSTER b. 19 Nov. 1 892 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

3, WILLIAM ALFRED FOSTER.b. 23 Aug. 1894 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

4. HEBER CLARENCE FOSTER b. 12 Dec. 1896 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

5, GEORGE ELMER FOSTER b, 21 Sept. 1 899 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 



194 Saphronia - Grandchildren 

6. PRICE WILLIAM FOSTER b. 1 9 June 1 902 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

7. MARY ANN FOSTER b. I Sept. 1904 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

8. SAPHRONL\ BELLE' FOSTER b. 2 Aug. 1 906 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

9. CHARLES LEONARD FOSTER b. 28 Sept. 1908 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

10. JAMES FREEMAN FOSTER b. 8 Dec. 1910 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

ALFRED FOSTER b. 19 Feb. 1 866 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of Abraham 
and Saphronia (Allen) Foster md. (I) Marian Fellows d. 28 Sept. 1890. Md . 
(2) 19 Dec. 1893 Bertha Jane Sweet 
Children of Alfred Foster and Marian Fellows: 

I. MARIAN PEARL FOSTER b. 10 Apr. 1 890 Richmond, Cache, Utah. d. 

28 Sept. 1890. 
Children of Alfred Foster and Bertha Jane Sweet: 

1. OLIVE IRENE FOSTER b. 9 July 1894 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

2. EDITH EVELYN FOSTER b, 7 Aug. 1 896 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ALFRED ALLEN FOSTER b. 2 Aug. 1898 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

4. ALICE ELIZA FOSTER b. 21 Apr. 1900 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

5. CLIFFORD URIAH FOSTER b. 21 June 1902 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 
(unmd. ) 

6. DORA MARIAH FOSTER b, 25 July 1 904 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

7. CHARLES ABRAHAM FOSTER, b. 21 July 1911 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 

8. BERTHA JANE FOSTER b. 27 July 19 1 5 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho, d . 
17 Nov. 1915 




The Ernest and Alice (Foster) Purnell Family 
(2) ALICE FOSTER b. 25 July 1 868 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. of Abraham and 
Saphronia (Allen) Foster md. 12 Mar. 1885 Logan, Cache. Utah Ernest A Ifreda 
Purnell b. 26 Nov. 1856 Kaysville, Utah son of Shem B, and Louisa (Dtlggs) 
Purnell. (i) wife was fLrst cousin, Ly^ia S, Goaslind. Children: 



Saphronia -Grandchildren 195 

1. EFFIE FOSTER PURMELL b. 25 Nov. 1 887 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. LEROY FOSTER PURN ELL b^ I Sept, iBSgCo^jp, Cache, Uuh 

3. CLARINDA PURNELL b. 6 July 1892 Whitney, Oneida, Idaho 

4. ANNIE PURNELL b. 27 July 1894 Whitney, Onfeida, Idaho 

5. RUTH PURNELL b. 5 June 1896 Whitney. Oneida, Idaho 

6. SAPHRONIA PURNELL b. II June 1898 Whitney, Oneida. Idaho 

7. ERNEST ALFONZO PURNELL b. 6 July 1900 PrestOn, Oneida, Idaho 

ALICE FOSTER PURNELL 

Alice Foster Pumell spent her girlhood days in Richmond, Utah and Maple- 
ton, Idaho, She had a gentle upbringing and learned how to work. After her 
father's death, Alice and her family returned to Cove and lived up the canyon 
where they suffered severe snow storms during the winter. While they were 
snowed in one winter Ernest Pumell came on horseback to visit them. Ernest 
was married to Alice's cousin, Lydia Susan Goaslind. The purpose of his visit 
was to ask for Alice to become his plural wife. After private interviews with 
the mother and thea with the daughter, the marriage was set for 12 March 
1885 in the Logan Temple. y 

Alice lived with her mother for about two years after her marriajB. She 
had been Ernest's wife in name only until she reached her eighteenth year when 
she went with him to Nebraska on railroad work. She served as cook for the 
crew of men until she returned to Cove to give birth to her first child. She 
became quite efficient in being a midwife for herself as she was alone at the 
birth of three of her seven children. 

Alice was left in Preston for over twenty years while her husband took his 
first wife and children to Canada to farm. She was known as "the widow" and 
through the kindnesses of neighbors and charitable organizations they had suf- 
ficient for their needs until the girls grew old enough to help make the living . 
Alice was a gifted seamsuess and- went out to sew. She also helped many 
mothers wean their babies. She was kind, humble, and charitable throughout 
her lifetime. She bore humiliation gracefully and reared a family of good , 
upright citizens. Through her wisdom they enjoyed excellent health. 

Alice has spent most of her later years in Salt Lake City where she was 
able to associate with her husband again. In 1935 she became the house mother 
at Temple Cottage. She has enjoyed beauty and life about her and bears a 
strong testimony of the Gospel. 
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SAPHRONIA 
NANCY JANE BENNETT b. 3 Mar. 1875 Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho d. 3 
May i945Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho dau. of Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) 
Bennett md. 24 Dec. 1891 Charley Stephen Cherry b. 9 May 1864 Richmond, 
Cache, Utah d, 2 Oct. 1957 St, Anthony, Fremont, Idaho. Children: 

1. MATILDA JANE CHERRY b. 25 Sept. 1892 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

2. SOLOMON ISAIAH CHERRY b. I Sept. 1 893 Mapleton, Franklin. Idaho 

3. MARY AMANDA CHERRY b. 4 Feb. 1 895 Mapleton, Franklin. Idaho 
' 4. ANNA AMELIA CHERRY b. 20 Sept. 1896 Mapleton. Franklin. Idaho 



iq6 Saphxonia - Great Grandchildren 

5. CHARLES WESLEY CHERRY b. 12 Dec. 1 897 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

6. GEORGE RUSHER CHERRY b. 22 May 1 900 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho d. 
14 Aug. 1900 

7. THOMAS LEONARD CHERRY b, 31 July 1901 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

8. CORA BELL CHERRY b. 9 Jan. 1904 Ora, Fremont, Idaho 

9. FLORENCE LA VONIA CHERRY b. 1 3 Sept. 1905 Ota, Fremont, Idaho 

10. OSCAR LELAND CHERRY b. 6 Oct. 1907 Ora, Fremont, Idiaho d. Feb. 1908 

11. OSSLAN LLOYD CHERRY b. 24 Dec. 1908 Ora, Fremont, Idaho 

12. VELMA LUCILLE CHERRY b. 29 Nov. 1910 Ora, Fremont, Idaho 

13. ADA CHERRY b, 15 Jan. 1 91 2 Ora, Fremont, Idaho 

ISAIAH CARSON BENNETT b, 30 Aug. .1876 Gentile Valley, Franklin, Idaho 
sonof Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. Regena Rasmussen b, 12 
Dec. 1885 Lago, Bannock, Idaho dau, of Hans John and Mestina (Fredrickson) 
Rasmussen. Children: 

1. DELBERT CARSON BENNETT b. 5 May 1906 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. ORIN ISALAH BENNETT b. 16 Aug. 1908 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

3. VERLO THOMAS BENNETT b. 22 Feb. 1910 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 
SOPHRONL\ ANN BENNETT b. 22 July 1878 Richmond, Cache, Utah d, 27 
Jan. 1930 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) 
Bennett md, 24 Nov. 1897 Logan, Cache, Utah Harris Archibald Stephenson 
b. 22 Dec. i876Adamsville, Beaver, Utah d. 20 June 1942 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho son of Archibald Benjamin and Susan Maria (Simpkins) Stephenson. 
Children: 

1. ARCHIE GUY STEPHENSON b. 30 July 1898 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

2. LORAN KYE STEPHENSON b. 5 Jan. 1900 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

3. CASSIE STEPHENSON b. 1 6 June 1 902 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

4. RAMONA STEPHENSON, b, 28 Dec. 1 903 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho, 
(unmd. ) 

5. ALT A STEPHENSON b. 8 Oct. 1905 Mapleton. Oneida, Idaho 

6. KENNETH BENNETT STEPHENSON b. 3 Apr. 1 907 Mapleton, Oneida, 
-Idaho 

7. JANICE STEPHENSON b, 1 5 Nov. 1908- Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

8. CARVEL BENNETT STEPHENSON b. 16 Sept. 1910 Mapleton, Oneida, 
Idaho 

9. JANE STEPHENSON b. i4Apr. 1912 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho d. 9 May 
1 91 2 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho 

10. SAPHRONIA STEPHENSON b. 14 May 1913 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

11. ADABELLE STEPHENSON b. I June 1916 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho 

12. HARRIS ARCHIBALD STEPHENSON, JR., b. 23 Nov. 1 917 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho 

13. IRIS STEPHENSON b. 1 7 Dec. 1 91 9 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

14. ALLEN BENNETT STEPHENSON b. 8 Mar. 1923 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
EMMA SUSAN BENNETT b . 25 Oct. 1 880 Richmond, Cache. Utah dau. of 
Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. Logan, Cache. Utah Frank 
Thomas Merrill b. iFeb. i88oSmithfield. Cache, Utihd, 24 May 1948 Boise, 



Saphronia - Great Grandchildren 
Idaho sou of Orrin Jackson and Elizabeth (White) Merrill. Children: 

1. FRANK B. MERRILL b. 7 Sept. 1903 Mapleton, Oneida. Idaho 

2. GRANT B. MERRILL b. 27 Aug. 1905 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. BLANCHE MERRILL, b. 30 Dec. 1906 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. CLINTON B. MERRILL b. 9 Oct. 1908 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

5. HOWARD B. MERRILL b. 3 Oct. 1 910 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

6. AFTON MERRILL b. 5 Apr. 1912 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

7. BETH MERRILL b. 1 5 May 1921 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 



197 




Isaiah Carson Regena 

Bennett Rassmussen 

Right, back row; Elizabeth, Mary 
Front row; Saphronia Belle. 
Barbara Jean and Francis Rennaker 





Thomas Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennett Family 
THOMAS RICHARD BENNETT b. 19 Oct. 1 883 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho son 
of Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. 22 Nov. 1905 Effie Fowler 
b. 5 July 1885 dau, of Joseph Thomas and Mary Elizabeth (Turner) Fowler. 
Children: 

1. LLOYD THOMAS BENNETT b. 5 Sept. 1906 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. ALLAN VERLO BENNETT b. 23 Feb. 1908 Lago, Bannock. Idaho 

3. DARRELL FR.'VNCIS BENNETT b. 9 Aug, 1909 Ugo, Bannock, Idaho 

4. ELMER CARSON BENNETT b. 1 3 July 1911 Lago, Bannock. Idaho 

5. BEATRICE BENNETT b. 29 Aug. 1913 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 



198 Saphronia - Great Grandchildren 

6. DENNIS ISAIAH BENNETT b. 26 Sept. 1915 Lago. "Bannock, Idaho 

7. ROE FOWLER BENNETT b. 22 Mar. 191 8 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 
PHOEBE ELIZA BENNETT b. 4 Dec. 1885 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
IsaiahLacyand Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. 31 Mar. 1 903 Lago, Bannock, 
Idaho Joseph Richard Turner b. 14 Oct. 1879 Lago, Bannock, Idaho d. 25 Dec. 
1943 Farmington, Davis, Utah son of John and Mary Ann (Butler) Turner. 
Children: 

1. GLADYS TURNER b. I Mar. 1904 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. RICHARD RAY TURNER b. 12 Aug. 1905 Williams, Bannock. Idaho 

3. ORVAL BENNETT TURNER b. 8 Feb. 1907 Willianns. Bannock, Idaho 

4. LENNA TURNER b. 29 May 1909 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

5. LAWRENCE B. TURNER b. 8 July 1911 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

6. RUBY ZEFFA TURNER b. 20 July 191 3 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

7. EDNA TURNER b. 9 Dec. 1916 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

8. MORRIS B. TURNER b, 31 Oct. 19 1 8 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

9. JO SIE BIRDIE TURNER b. 30 Nov. 1920 Williams, B?.nnock. Idaho d. 
4 June 1934 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 

10. WALLACE B. TURNER b. 1 4 Feb. 1926 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 
ADA ALZADA BENNETT b. 21 May 1887 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau, of 
Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. George Ossian Walton b. 28 
Jan. 1884 Woodruff, Rich, Utah son of George Walton, Children: 

1. GLADYS GEORGIA WALTON b. 22 Nov. 1917 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah 

2. DALE GEORGE WALTON B. 27 Mar. 1924 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

ZEFFIE FERN BENNETT b. 18 July 1890 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau, of 
Isaiah Lacy and Nancy Jane (Rose) Bennett md. Charles Joel Peterson b. 5 Oct. 
1883 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 29 Oct. 1942 son of Soren J. and Louisa 
(Spongbtirg) Peterson, Children: 

1. WANDA PETERSON b. 5 Dec. 1910 Preston. Franklin. Idaho 

2. JOSp PETERSON b. 5 Dec. 1 91 2 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

3. BLAINE B. PETERSON b. 3 Jan. 1 9 i 6 Preston. Franklin, Idaho d. 14 
Aug. 1943 Luke Field, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. S. JOEL PETERSON b, I June 1920 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. SYBLE PETERSON b. I Dec. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

6. FERN PETERSON b. 3 Sept. 1 924 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

7. RAQUEL PETERSON b. 12 Sept, 1930 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
ABRAHAM FOSTER b. 21 May 1891 Lago, Bannock, Idaho d. 4 Oct. 1946 
Dillon, Montana son of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. I Jan, 1916 
Idaho Falls, BonneviUe, Idaho Louisa Ellen Beam b. 22 Oct. Basalt, Bingham, 
Idaho d. 15 Jan. 1928 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho dau. of Edward William 
and Jane Marie (Clegg) Beam; Children: 

1. ABRAHAM FOSTER b. 23 Nov. 1 916 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

2. JESSm LOUISA FOSTER b. 25 Apr. 1918 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

3. BERTHA LOUISE FOSTER b. 6 Jan. 1 920 Roberts, Jefferson, Idaho 



Saphronia - Great Grandchildren 199 

4. JENNIE ALBERTA FOSTER b. 17 Aug. 192I Roberts. Jefferson, Idaho 

5. CHARLES ELMER FOSTER b. 21 Aug. 1923 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho d. Dec. 1925. 

6. EDWARD WILLIAM FOSTER b. I June 1925 Lima, Beaverhead. Montana 

7. LEWIS FRANKLIN FOSTER b. 1 5 Jan. 1928 Idaho Falls, Bonneville 
Idaho d. 15 Jan. 1928 

8. LOIS FRANCES FOSTER b. 1 5 Jan. 1928 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
d. 15 Jan. 1928 ' 

EDMOND WILLARD FOSTER b. 19 Nov. 1892 Lago, Bannock, Idaho d. Apr. 
1919 Salnnon, Lemhi, Idaho son of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. 6 
Oct. 191 1 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho Etta Rachel Knowles b. 8 Jan. 1892 
Georgetown, Idaho dau. of John Kalup and Minnie (Dodge) Knowles. Children 

1. JOSEPHINE CLOIE FOSTER b. 26 Sept. 191 2 Idaho Falls. "Bonneville , 
Idaho d. 26 Apr. 1934 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho. 

2. EDMOND WILLARD FOSTER, JR. , b, Jan. 19 1 9 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 
d. Apr. 1 919. 

WILLIAM ALFRED FOSTER b. 23Aug. 1894 Mound Valley, Bannock, Idaho son 

of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. Edna Newman, 

HEBER CLARENCE FOSTER b. 12 Dec. 1 896 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho d . 

8 Jan. i944Hailey, Idaho son of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. EUeti 

Laura Staples. 

GEORGE ELMER FOSTER b. 21 Sept. 1899 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho son 

of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. Pearl Margaret Walker. 

PRICE WILLIAM FOSTER b. l9June 1902 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho son of 

Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md, 9 Jan, 1925 Rigby, Madison, Idaho 

Linnie Orsella Billman b. 23 June 1909 Coltman, Idaho dau, of Sidney and 

Sadie Linnie (Gough) Billman. Children: 

1. PRICE WILLL\M FOSTER b. 29 Aug. 1926 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

2. NELLY MAY FOSTER b. 24 Feb. 1931 Lorenzo, Jefferson, Idaho 

3. MONTIE JAY FOSTER b . 3 Dec. 1938 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. Idaho 
d. 25 Jan. 1940 

4. HAROLD WILLIAM FOSTER b. 24 June 1943 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho , 

5. BERNETTA MARIE FOSTER b. 12 Nov. 1 946 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

MARY ANN FOSTER b. I Sept. 1 904 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho dau. of 
Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. 6 Sept. 1923 Dillon, Montana Henry 
Richard Rennaker b. 6 Sept. 1901 Springfield. Missouri d. ii June 1938 Hamil- 
ton, Montana sou of William H. and Elizabeth Jane (Grimmen) Rennaker . 
Children: 

1. CARL ED"MUND RENNAKER b. 28 Jan. I926st. Maries, Benewah, Idaho 

2. CHARLES ROSCOE RENNAKER b. 18 Mar. 1935 Salmon. Lemhi, Idaho 

3. BILLY RAY RENNAKER b. 1 9 Sept. 1936 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 
SAPHRONIA BELLE FOSTER b. 20 Aug. I 906 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. Idaho 
dau. of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. 17 Aug. 1922 Salmon, Lemhi. 



200" Saphronia - Great Grandchildren 

IdSho Francis Marion Rennaker b. 25 Oct. 1886 Lawrenceburg, Missouri son of 
William Henry and Elizabeth Jane (Grimmett) Rennaker. Children-. 

1. MARY SAPHRONIA RENNAKER b. 28 July 1923 Hamilton, Ravalli. 
Montana 

2. ELIZABETH ANN RENNAKER b. 2 Apr. 1925 Idaho Falls. Bonneville, 
Idaho 

3. NONA LOUISE RENNAKER b. II Aug. 1933 Salmon. Lemhi. Idaho 

4. BARBARA JEA^ RENNAKER b. 5 Jan. 1937 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 
CHARLES LEONARD FOSTER b. 28 Sept. 1908 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. Idaho 
son pf Abraham and Mary (Nelson) FOster md. 27 Aug. 1930 Rigby, Madison, 
Idaho Martha Jane Billman b. 13 Oct. 1914 Ucon, Bonneville. Idaho dau, of 
Sidney and Sadie Linnie (Gough) Billman, Children: 

1. DOROTHY JANE FOSTER b. 29 Mar. 1931 Lorenzo, Jefferson, Idaho 
d. 23 Oct. 1 93 1 

2. LEONARD JUNIOR FOSTER b. 30 Apr. 1934 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. 
Idaho 

3. SIDNEY A. FOSTER b. 10 Apr. 1940 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
d. 10 Apr. 1940 

4. EARL LEROY FOSTER b. 1 6 Feb. 1942 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
JAMES FREEMAN FOSTER b. 8 Dec. 19 10 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho son 
of Abraham and Mary (Nelson) Foster md. 2 Aug. 1930 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho Myrtle Leone Jenkins b. 8 Sept. 1910 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho dau. of David Henry and Pearl Maggie (Bedsaul) Jenkins. Children: 

1. JAMES EDWARD FOSTER br. 30 Jan. 1932 Lorenzo, Jefferson, Idaho 

2. VELMA JOYCE FOSTER b. 25 June 1933 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

3. BARBARA LEONE FOSTER b. II Nov. 1935 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

4. SHIRLEY JEAN FOSTER b. II Nov. 1935 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
d. 5 Oct. 1938 

5. JACK LEROY FOSTER b. 8 Oct, 1939 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

6. JOHN WAYNE FOSTER b. 12 Jan. 1944 Butte. Silver Bow, Montana 

7. STEVEN RAY FOSTER b. II Nov. 1 948 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
-OLIVE IRENE FOSTER b. 9 July 1 894 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Alfred 

and Bertha Jine (Sweet) Foster md. (i)George Veach 1909 (div, ). Md. (2) 191 9 
James Jorgensen d. 5- Jan. 1949. Children: 

1. GEORGE VEACH. JR. 

2. RALPH VEACH 

3. ANNA VEACH 

1. LUDDIE JORGENSEN 

2. ESTELLA JORGENSEN 

3. BLANCH JORGENSEN - 

4. BETTY JORGENSEN 

5. lOLA JORGENSEN 

6. JACK JORGENSEN 

7. CARL JORGENSEN 



Saphronia - Great Graadchildien 201 

8. BARBARA JORGENSEN 
EFFIE FOSTER PURNELLb. 25 Nov. 1987 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Ernest 
Alfredaand Alice (Foster) Puraeil md. 25 May 1904 Logaa, Cache, Utah 
William Gee Brow^er b. 14 Apr.^ 1875 Richmond, Cache, Utah, Children: 

1. LEONIDAS BROWER b. 12 July 1905 Lewiston, Cache. Utah 

2. WILLIAM EARL BROWER b. 24 Dec. 1 906 Lewiston, Cache. Utah 

3. JAMES ELDRED BROWER b. u Sept. 1 908 Lewiston. Cache, Utah 

4. EDNA RUTH BROWER b. 25 Apr. 191 2 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

5. BRUCE ORVILLL BROWER b. 14 Dec. 1916 Bancroft, Caribou, Idaho 

6. RAY WENDELL BROWER b. 14 May 19 10 Lewiston.' Cache. Utah 

7. MONA BROWER b. 5 Oct. 192 1 Bancroft. Caribou, Idaho 

8. VEDA BROWER b. 20 Aug. 1 923 Rupert, Cassia, Idaho 

LEROY FOSTER PURNELLb. I Sept. 1889 Cove. Cache. Utah son of Ernest 
Alfreda and Alice (Foster) Puraeil md. Elenore Porter. Children: 

1. ALICE PURNELL b. 5 Sept. 1920 

2. ALLEN PURNELL b. 27 Aug. 1922 Logan, Cache, Utah 
CLARINDA PURNELLb. 6 July 1892 Whitney, Oneida, Idaho dau, of Ernest 
Alfreda and Alice (Foster) Purnell md. 4 Oct. 191 1 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah George Marcellus Butterworth b. 3 Sept, 1884 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 
son of Elliot and Faimie Emma (Lee) Butterworth. Children: 

1. WANDA BUTTERWORTH b. Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

2. WOODROW G. BUTTERWORTH b. Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

3. BLANCH BUTTERWORTH b. 29 June Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

4. IRENE BUTTERWORTH b. Franklin, Franklin, Idaho (dead) 

ANNIE PURNELL b. 27 Jan. 1894 Whitney, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Ernest Alfreda 
andAlice (Foster) Pumellmd, 28 Oct. 1915 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho Austin 
Lee Butterworth b. 6 Nov. 1887 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of Elliot and 
Fannie Em|jia (Lee) Butterworth. Children: 

1. ROMA BUTTERWORTH b. II May 1916 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. Idaho 

2. RODNEY D. BUTTERWORTH b. 5 Aug, 1 918 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. BURNICE BUTTERWORTH b. 30 Nov. 1922 West Jordan, Utah (unmd) 

4. NATHAN BUTTERWC«TH b. 25 Mar. 1924 West Jordan, Utah (unmd) 
RUTH PURNELL b. 5 June 1 896 Whimey, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Ernest Alfreda 
and Alice (Foster^ Purnell md. George W. Morgan. Children: 

1. ERNEST PAUL MORGAN 

2. CLAUDE MORGAN 

3. HOWARD MORGAN 

4. BERTHA MORGAN 

5. ELLEN MORGAN 

6. MYRON MORGAN 

SAPHRONIA PURNELL b. 1 1 June 1 898 Whitney , Oneida, Idaho dau, of Ernest 
Alfreda and Alice (Foster) Purnell md. 26 Dec. 19 14 Logan. Cache, Utah 
James L. Woodward b. 6 Nov. 1 888 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho son of Thomas 
and Rachel Woodward, Children: 

I. JAMES ORVILE WOODWARD b. Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 



202 Saphronia - Great Grandchildren 

2. GLENN WOODWARD 

3. THELMA WOODWARD 

4. BESSIE WOODWARD b. Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

5. JOYCE WOODWARD b. Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

ERNEST ALPHONZO PURNELL b. 6 July 1 900 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Ernest Alfreda and Alice (Foster) Purnell md. 2 May 1923 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Irma Owen daiu of Ernest Owen, Children: 

1. BARBARA PURNELL b. 22 Aug. 1924 

2. DARRELL PURNELL b. I Oct. 1 927 

3. STANLEY OWEN PURNELL b. 4 Jan. 1931 

4. IRMA LOU PURNELL b. 6 Jan. 1 934 

SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA 
KNAPP ALLEN by SAPHRONIA 
MATILDA JANE CHERRY b. 25 Sept. 1 892 Maple#)n. Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Charles Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennen) Cherry md. Basil E, H. DeWitt b. in 
Australia (div. 1941) Children: 

1. DENSIL EDMOND DEWITT b. 3 July 1911 Sarilda, Fremont. Idaho 

2. MAVIS DEWITT b. 10 Nov. 191 2 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho 

3. MURIEL DEWITT b. 3 Dec. 1913 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho 

4. ROBERT HENRY DEWITT b. 1 5 Oct. 1915 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho 

5. R.\YMOND CHESSAR DEWITT b. 27 Jan, 1917 Ashton, Idaho 

6. GLORIA DEWITT b. 25 Feb. 1918 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho 

7. SIDNEY JAMES DEWITT b, 15 Mar. 1920 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

8. JUNE DEWITT b. 17 June 1921 Bellflower, California 

' 9. WILLIAM RUPERT DEWITT b. 26 Feb. 1923 Bellflower, California 
SOLOMON ISAIAH CHERRY b. i Sept. 1 893 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Charles Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. May Hathaway. Children: 

1. WILLL^M CHARLES CHERRYb. 23 June 1920 St, Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

2. LEONE CHERRY^b. 13 Jan. 1922 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

3. ELIZABETH JANE CHERRY b. 18N0V. i923St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

4. HOWARD LEE CHERRY b. 5 Nov. 1925 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 
MAKY A^LANDA CHERRY b. 4 Feb. 1 895 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Charles Stephen and Mary Jane (Bennett) Cherry m d . (i) John Davis Jenkins, 
Md. (2) Joseph Edward Elliot. Children : 

I. NILA CATHERINE JENKINS b. 4 Oct, 1916 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho d. 
22 Apr. 1920 

2. ROYE JOHN JENKINS b. 4 Oct, 1918 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho 

3. RUTH MARY JENKINS b. 5 July 1 922 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho d, 
16 Dec. 1932 

4. RUBY JANE JENKINS b. 27 Apr. 1928 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

5. MURL EDWARD ELLIOTT b. 27 June I933-St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

6. NANCY JEAN ELLIOTT b. 15 Nov. 1934 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 
ANNA AMELL\ CHERRY b. 20 Sept. 1 896 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Charles Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. Harry Lorenzo Benson 
b. 16 Aug. 1889 Randolph, Rlcli, Utah. Children; 



Saphronia - Secoad Great Grandchildren 203 

I. HERBERT LAWRENCE BENSON b. 6 Feb. 1916 Drummond. Fremont. Idaho 

I. GEORGE EDWARD BENSON b. 31 May 1917 Sarilda. Fremont. Idaho 
,■ 3, EVA BENSON b. 4 Apr. 1919 Drummond, Fremont, Idaho 

4. ETHEL MAY BENSON b. 1.9 Feb. 1921 Drummond, Fremont, Idaho 

5. LOREL HARRY BENSON b. 19 Oct. 1 922 Drummond. Fremont, Idaho 

6. VERLA BENSON b. 3p Apr. 1924 Farnum, Fremont, Idaho 

7. MYRTH BENSON b. 29 July 1926 Faraum, Fremont, Idaho 

8. MELVIN C. BENSON b. 29 July 1926 Famum, Fremont. Idaho 

9. DENNIS KEITH BENSON b. 13 Mar. 1931 Famum, Fremont. Idaho 

10. RAYMOND CLAIR BENSON b. 5 Mar. 1933 Famum, Fremont, Idaho 

II. MYRNA BENSON b, 23 Nov. 1 935 Faraum. Fremont, Idaho 
CORA BELL CHERRY b. 9 Jan. 1904 Ora, Fremont. Idaho da u. of Charles 
Stephen and Nancy Jaae (Bennett) Cherry md. Warren Hill. 

FLORENCE LAVONIA CHERRY b. 13 Sept. 1905 Ora, Fremont. Idaho dau. of 
Charles Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. Lagrande Kirkham. 
OSSIAN LLOYD CHERRY b. 24 Dec. 1908 Ora, Fremont, Idaho son of Charles 
Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. Stella Fawcett b. 25 July 1916 
in Idaho. Children: 

1. DELLA CHERRY b. 18 Nov. 1939 St. Anthony. Fremont. Idaho 
VELMA LUCILLE CHERRYb. 29 Nov. igioOra, Fremont, Idaho dau, of Charles 
Stephen and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. 16 Dec. 1931 Dillon, Montana 
Walter Amos Siddoway son of Amos, Jr. and Agnes (Davidson) Siddow ay. 
Children: 

1. SHIRLEY SIDDOWAY b. 20 Aug. 1934 St. Anthony. Fremont. Idaho 

2. SHIRLENE SIDDOWAY b. 20 Aug. 1934 St. Anthony. Fremont. Idaho 

3. WALTER EUGENE SIDDOWAY b. 16 May 1942 Teton. Fremont, Idaho 
ADA CHERRYb. 15 Jan. 1 91 2 Ora. Fremont. Idaho dau. of Charles Stephen 
and Nancy Jane (Bennett) Cherry md. Grant Clark. 

ORIN ISAIAH BENNETT b. 16 Aug. 1908 Lago. Bannock, Idaho son of Isaiah 
Carson and Regena (Rasmussen) Bennett md. 2 May 1 928 Lila Harwood. Children: 

1. SHERRILL BENNETT b. 2/ Nov. 1935 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

2. ROGER H. BENNETT b. 14 Sept. 1940 Grace. Bannock, Idaho 

3. GLENDA BENNETT b. 14 Nov. 1945 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

VERLO THOMAS BENNETT b. 22Feb. I9I0lI|o, Bannock, Idaho son of Isaiah 
Carson and Regena (Rasmussen) Bennett md. 22 May 1930 Winnie Hopkins b. 
19 Sept. 191 3 Mink Creek, Franklin, Idaho. Children: 

1. DARLENE BENNETT b. 1 6 May 1 93 1 Ugo, Franklin. Idaho 

2. GAYLE BENNETT b. 10 Dec. 1 935 Lago, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ORLO BENNETT b, lo Sept. 1 937 Lago, Franklin, Idaho 

4. PATRICIA LYN BENNETT b. 10 Sept. 1944 Boise. Ada, Idaho 

5. LEE JULON BENNETT b. 27 Feb. 1 946 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

ARCHIE GUY STEPHENSON b. 30 July 1898 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho son of 
Harris Archibald a n d Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 17 Sept. 1924 
Logan. Cache, Utah Beatrice Kershaw b. 4 Jan. 1907 Preston, Oneida, Idaho, 
dau, of Thomas and Margaret Ann (Davis) Kershaw, Children: 



204 Saphronia - Second Great GrandchlldrcD 

1. ROMA K. STEPHENSON b. 30 Apr. 1925 Wendell, Gooding, Idaho 

2. ELAINE K. STEPHENSON b. 26 Oct. 1 927 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. MAXINE K. STEPHENSON b. 9 Nov. 1 929 Preston. Franklin, Idaho 

4. ARCHIE GUY JR. STEPHENSON b. 2 Apr. 1931 Preston, Franklin 'daho 

5. SHEILA STEPHENSON b. 26 Aug. 1 934 Preston, Franklin, IdahtT 

6. GLADYS STEPHENSON b. 4 May 1936 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 6 
May 1936 

LORAN KYE- STEPHENSON b. 5 Jan, 1900 Mapleton, Onetda. Idaho son of 
Harris Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 24 Dec. 1924 
Logan, Cache, Utah Dorothy Virginia Anderson b , 13 Dec. 1903 Cleveland, 
Bannock Idaho dan, of Hans and Sine (Christensen) Anderson. Children: 

1. LORAN DEAN STEPHENSON b. 220ct, 1925 Riverdale. Oneida, Idaho 

2. GARTH A. STEPHENSON b. 10 Mar. 1927 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. OPAL JEAN STEPHENSON b. 1 6 Sept. 1928 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. PATRICIA STEPHENSON b. 5 Jan. 1932 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. CAROL STEPHENSON b. 8 Oct. 1 934 Banida, Franklin, Idaho 

6. JOYCE STEPHENSON b. 12 Apr. 1936 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

7. DAVID STEPHENSON b. 24 Nov. 1939 Wendell, Gooding, Idaho 

8. LYNN CHARLES STEPHENSON b. 10 June 1 943 Wendell, Gooding, Idaho 
CASSIE STEPHENSON b. 16 June 1 902 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho dau, of Hants 
Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md, 16 May 1923 ^gan, 
Cache, Utah Asael Enos Bell b. 30 Sept. 1897 Weston, Oneida, Idaho son of 
James Hyrum Bell. Children: 

1. BEULA BELL b. ID July 1 926 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. ASAEL ENOS BELL, JR. b. 4 Oct. 1 928 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. MAX S. BELL b. 9 Apr. 1930 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

(2) ALTA STEPHENSON b. 8 Oct, 1905 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Hants 
Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 24 Dec. 1934 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Edwin Hodges b. 2 Nov. 1901 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of 
George and Sarah Jane (S packman) Hodges. He md. (i) Margaret Dalley. 
Children: 

1. STEPHEN KAY HODGES b. 17 Dec. 1935 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. GARY EDWIN HODGES b. 8 Oct. 1 937 Preston, Frank'in, Idaho 

3* QUINN RICHARD HODGES b. 21 Mar. 1939 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. JAYLENE HODGES b. 2 Aug. 1 945 Prestoii, Franklin, Idaho 
KENNETHS. STEPHENSON b. 3 Apr. 1907 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho son of 
Harris Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 12 June 1931 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Lillian Cutler b. 9 May 191 1 Preston, Oneida , 
Idaho dau. of James L. and Millie (Chadwick) Cutler. Children: 

1. LYMAN C. STEPHENSON b. 28 Nov. 1 932 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

2, DON RAY STEPHENSON b. i5Mar. 1 935 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

3. PAUL JAMES STEPHENSON b. 27 Dec. 1936 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

4. GLEN K. STEPHENSON b. 3 Dec. 1940 McCall, Valley, Idaho 

5, JON STEPHENSON b. 12 Nov. 1943 McCall, Valley, Idaho 

6, LYNDA LEE STEPHENSON b. 16 Apr, 1946 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho" 



Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 205 

JANICE STEPHENSON b. 15 Nov. 1 908 Mapleton, Oneida. Idaho dau. of Harris 
Archibald and Sophionia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 2 Oct. 1929 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Maynard Leroy Andreason b. 6 Oct. 1 909 son of Roy and 
Lula (Larsen) Andreason. Children; 

1. ARDYS ANN ANDREASON b. I/Dec. 1930 Cleveland. Franklin. Idaho 

2. ZOELOU ANDREASON b. 28 Aug. 1932 Cleveland, Franklin. Idaho 

3. GWEN ANDREASON b. 23 Aug. 1937 Cleveland, Franklin. Idaho 

4. LYNN ANDREASON b. 24 Dec. 1941 Cleveland, Franklin. Idaho 

5. TAMARA ANDREASON b. 12 July 1946 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 
CARVEL BENNETT STEPHENSON b. 16 Sept. I910 Mapleton. Oneida. Idaho 
son of Harris Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bfennett) Stephenson m d . 8 June 
1933 Lois Smout b. 20 June 191 1 Mink Creek, Franklin. Idaho dau. of Felix 
Alexander and Elva Amelia (Peterson) Smout. Children: 

U CARVEL BENNETT STEPHENSON, JR. b. 24 Mar. 1934 Preston, Frank- 
lin, Idaho 

2. MARYLINN STEPHENSON b. 12 Dec, 1935 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
d, I June 1937 

3. DENNIS STEPHENSON b. 8 Mar. 1937 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. MILTON STEPHENSON b, 23 Aug. 1 938 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. SHIRLEY STEPHENSON b. 26 May 1942 McCall, Valley .Idaho 

6. SHERRILL STEPHENSON b. 24 Aug. 1 945 Council, Adams, Idaho 
SAPHRONIA STEPHENSON b. 14 May 1913 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho dau, of 
Harris Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennen) Stephenson md. 13 Nov. 1934 
Logan, Cache, Utah Frank Wilson Agutter b. 13 Nov. 1909 son of Ernest George 
and Eleanor F»,becca (Wilson) Agutter. Children: 

1. ELEAN-JR JO ANN AGUTTERb. l4Apr. 1936 Salt Lake City, SaltUke, 
Utah. 

2. SHARON MARIE AGUTTER b. 8 Mar. 1939 Salt Uke City, Salt Uke, 
Utah 

3. SYLVIA LEE AGUTTER b, 30 Jan. 1 942 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke, Utah 

4. SUSAN RAE AGUTTER b, 26 Apr. 1944 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 2 
May 1944 

ADA BELLE STEPHENSON b. I June 1 91 6 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho dau. of 
Hants Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md, 2t Aug. 1938 
Orson Wilford Hansen, Jr. b. 27 May 1913 son of Orson Wilford and Laura 
Jeanette (Rudd) Hansen Sr. Children: 

1. HARRIS WILFORD HANSEN b. 3 July 1 942 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. LARRY BRUCE HANSEN b, 12 Feb. 1 947 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
HARRIS ARCHIBALD STEPHENSON, JR. b. 23 Nov, 1917 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho son of Harris Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. r 
July 1939 Cascade, Valley, Idaho Ruth Peterson b. 12 Oct. 19 16 Franklin, 
Franklin, Idaho ^u. of Carl Elmo and Lcnna (Peterson) Peterson. No issue. 
IRIS STEPHENSON b. 17 Dec. 191 9 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Harris 
Archibald and Sophionia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 21 July 1940 Byron 

' Parley Eiicksonb. 21 July 1 916 Freedom, Lincoln, Wyomitigson of Carol Gustaf 



2o6 Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 

Engelbrick and Annie Elizabeth (Bright) Erickson. Children: 

1. BYRON KENT ERICKSON b. 4 Jan. 1942 i>reston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. CARLA ANN ERICKSON b. 26 June 1946 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
ALLEN B. STEPHENSON b. 8 Mar. 1923 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Harris 
Archibald and Sophronia Ann (Bennett) Stephenson md. 25 July 1945 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Florine Marshall Larsen b. 13 Dec. 1927 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
dau. of Vemei C. and Lola A, (Marshall) Larsen. Children. 

I. JACQUELYN STEPHENSON b. i Dec. 1946 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
FRANKS. MERRILL b. 7 Sept. 1903 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank 
Thomas and Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 14 Jan. 1 925 Brigham City, 
Utah Nada Morgan b. 29 Oct. 1902 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Samuel 
and Jane (Elwell) Morgan. Children. 

1. GERALD M. MERRILL b. 4 Feb. 1926 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. FRANK THOMAS MERRILL b. 19 May 1928 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. NOREENE MERRILL b. 29 Jan. 1933 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. ANN MERRILL b. 8 July 1936 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. SAMUEL M. MERRILL b. 1 9 Jan. 1 943 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
GRANT B, MERRILL b. 28 Aug. 1905 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank 
Thomasand Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 5 July 1 930 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Melba Hanson b. 15 Aug. 1904 Fairview, Utah dau. of Joseph and Sophia 
(Christenson) Hanson. No issue. 

BLANCHE MERRILL b. 30 Dec. 1906 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Frank 
Thomas and Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 27 Aug. 1 924 Salt Lake City , 
Salt Lake, Utah Austin Earl Hollingsworth b. 6 May 1901 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho son of Henry Austin and Ann Eliza (Martin) Hollingsworth. Children. 

1. PHYLLIS HOLLINGSWORTH b. i Jan. 1926 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. HOWARD EARL HOLLINGSWORTH b. 3 Oct. 1 927 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho 

3. PAUL M. HOLLINGSWORTH b. 29 Feb. 1932 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. RfiNEE HOLLINGSWORTH b. 7 Sept. 1 935 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
CLINTON B. MERRILL b. 9 Oct. I 9 8 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Frank 
Thonfas and Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill nid. 8 Nov. 1930 Malad, Oneida, 
Idaho Lucile Wallace b. 6 May 1910 dau. of George and Agnes (Swenston) 
Wallace, Children. 

I. MICHAEL W. MERRILL b. 23 Dec. i94o,Burley, Cassia, Idaho 
HOWARDS. MERRILL b. 3 Oct. 1910 Preston, Oneida, Idaho son of Frank 
Thomas and Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 15 June 1936 Malad, Oneida , 
Idaho Rnby Madsen b. 8 Feb. 1912 Cherry Creek, Oneida, Idaho. Children. 

1, MAX ALBERT MERRILL b. 29 Aug. 1 937 Bingham, Canyon, Utah 

2. HOWARD DEL MERRILL b. 14 Mar. 1945 Bingham, Canyon, Utah 
AFTON MERRILL b. 5 Apr. 191 2 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Frank Thomas 
andtmrna Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 14 Apr, 1931 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
Hughes Gill McCarrel b. 1 8 Jan. 1907 Treasureton, Bannock, Idaho son of 
Charles and Margaret (Gill) McCarrel. Children. 

I. H. DENIS McCARREL b. 4 Apr. 1932 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 



207 



Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 

2. EMMA LEE McCARREL b. 8 June 1934 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. AFTON KAYE McCARREL b. 1 2 June 1929 Preston,' Franklin, Idaho 

4. BRENT MERRILL McCARREL b. 20 Nov. 1941 Righy, JeffcRon. Idaho 

5. NANCY McCARREL b. 13 Apr. 1944 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

BETH MERRILL b. 1 5 May 1 92 1 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Frank Thomas 
and Emma Susan (Bennett) Merrill md. 29 July 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah Joseph T. Kirwan b. 29 Jan. 1920 son of Edward Kirwan. Children. 
I. LESLEE SUSAN KIRWAN b. 5 May 1942 Santa Monica, California 



"•c^a^w** 




Lloyd Thomas 
Bennett Family 



Allan Verio 
Bennett Family 



Roe Fowler Bennett 
Family 





Darrell Francis 
Bennett 



Francis Lu 
Bennett 



Jo Bennett 



Pe Ann Harris 




Orrin Porter Harris Dennis Isaiah Bennett 

Family Family 

LLOYD THOMAS BENNETT b. 5 Sept. 1906 Lago. Bannock, Idaho son of 
Thomas Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennett md. Lyla Fawn Weaver b. 12 

June 191 2. Children. 

I. LLOYD ORLEN BENNETT b. 26 May 1 936 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 
2' LILA LADENE BENNETT b. 12 Mar. 1 933 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 



2o8 Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 

3. LAMOINE W. BENNETT b. 13 June 1940 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

4. LINDA LEE BENNETT b. 30 Jan. 1948 Lago, Bannock. Idaho 
ALLAN VERLO BENNETT b. 23 Feb. 1908 Lago, Bannock, Idaho son of Thomas 
Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennett md. 20 Sept. 1940 Ruth Ingred Miles b. 1 
Sept. 1924. Children. 

1. MAYNARD ALLAN BENNETT b. 3 July 1941 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. EVELYN BENNETT b. 14 June 1944 Lago. Bannock, Idaho 
DARRELL FRANCIS BENNETT b. 9 Aug. 1909 Lago, Bannock, Idaho son erf 
Thomas Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennett md, Lula Berhice Weaver b. 11 
Sept. 1914. Children. 

1. FRANCIS LU BENNETT b. 30 Oct. 1941 

2. FREDDIE JOE BENNETT b. 22 May 1 944 

BEATRICE BENNETT b. 29 Aug. 1 9I 3 Lago, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Thomas 
Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennen md. 28 Dec, 1932 OrriaPoner haMs. 
Children. 

I. DE ANN HARRIS b. 26 Jan. 1939 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 
DENNIS ISAIAH BENNETT b. 24 Sept, 1915 Lago, Bannock. Idaho son of 
Thomas Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennett md. 8 June 1936 Pearl Mildred 
Smith b. 30 Jan. 191 9 dau, of John Smith. Childr«i. 

1. DENNIS EUGENE BENNETT b. 17 Sept. 1937 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

2. LEON T, BENNETT b. 10 Apr. 1943 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 

3. JANE BENNETT 

ROE FOWLER BENNETT b. 22 Mar. 1918 Lago, Bannock, Idaho son of Thomas 
Richard and Effie (Fowler) Bennen md. Norma Nielson b. 3 Dec. I917. Children. 

1. DAHL LANE BENNETT b. 25 Apr. 1940 Lago, Bannock. Idaho 

2, ROSE GAY BENNETT b. 16 Feb. 1948 Lago, Bannock, Idaho 
GLADYS TURNER^b, I Mar, 1904 Lago, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Joseph Rich- 
ard and Phoebe Eliza (Beimett) Turner md. 8 Feb. 1922, Logan, Cache, Utah 
Newell Mathias Burke d, 19 Mar. 1925 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho, Children. 

,1. NEWELL RULON BURKE b. 23 Sept. 1 923 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
2. ROSALEE GLADYS BURKE b. 10 Mar. 1 925 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho d. 15 Apr. 1925 
RICHARD RAY TURNER b. 12 Aug, 1905 Grace, Baimock, Idaho son of Joseph 
Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. 21 July 1930 Pocatello, Ban- 
nock, Idaho Margaret Sharp b, 27 Oct, 1 914 Preston, Franklin, Idaho. Children, 

1, LARRY RAY TURNER b, 25 July 1931 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2, LIBBIE LEAH TURNER b. II Mar. 1 933 Niter, Bannock, Idaho 

3, ALMA J, TURNER b. 28 Jan. 1935 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

4, GERALD TURNER b. 27 May 1937 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

5, ARLO TURNER b. 18 Nov. 1939 Fairview, Idaho 

6, LESTER TURNER b. 25 July 1 942 (?)■ Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

7, ALBERT LYNN TURNER b. 9 June 1 945 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
ORVAL BENNETT TURNER b. 8 Feb. 1907 Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Joseph 
Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Tumer md. 23 Dec. 1 925 Logan, Cache , 
Utah Clara Bowles b. 18 Sept. 1907 Tumer, Idaho dau, of Isaac and Clarinda 



Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 20Q 

(Cutler) Bowles, 

1. ARVELLA TURNER b. i6 Dec. 1 927 Soda Springs. Caribou. Idaho 

2. ORVAL NEWELL TURNER b. 22 July 1929 Magna. Utah 

3. NEDRA TURNER b. 6 Jan. 1932 Grace. Bannock." Idaho 

4. LEON TURNER b. 14 June 1 933 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

5. MAX TURNER b. 7 Feb. 1935 f^^^bo Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

6. AFTON TURNER b. 3 Sept. 1 936 Salt Lake City, SaltYake. Utah 
7„ IRENE TURNER b. 8 Mar. 1 938' Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 

8. VEDA KAREN TURNERt. 14 Oct. 1941 Woods Cross, Davis, Utah 

9. VALT.ON O. TURNER b. 18 Mar. 1 945 Salt Lake City. SaltYake. Utah 
LENNA TURNER b. 27 May 1909 Williams. Bannock. Idaho dau. of Joseph 
Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. Glover Seybold. Children. 

I. BEVERLY i^AY SEYBOLD b. 15 Mar. 1946 Oakland, California 
LAWRENCES. TURNER b. 8 July 1911 Grace. Bannock, Idaho d. 9 Aug. 1935 
Grace, Bannock, Idaho son of Joseph Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner 
md. (I) 29 Sept. 1930 Bertha Wheeler. Md. (2) r Feb. 1933 Anna Rholt . 
Children. 

1. BARBARA TURNER b. 26 July 1931 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

2. LA URINE TURNER b. 30 Apr. 1933 Grace, Bannock, Idaho 

3. MARLEY R, TURNER b. 25 Nov. 1 934 Idaho Falls. Bonneville, Idaho 
d. Jan„ 1935 

RUBY ZEFFA TURNER b. 20 July 191 3 Williams, Bannock, Idahodau. of Joseph 
Richard and Pheobe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. 20 Apr. 1940 Butte, Silver 
Bow, Montana Vincent C. Diltefano. Children 

I. VINCENT RICHARD DILTEFANO b. 16 Apr. 1945 Oaklatid, California 
EDNA TURNER b. 9Dec. 1916 Williams, Bannock, Idaho dau, of Joseph 
Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. 30 Nov. 1933 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Joseph Henry Crossley b. son of William and Pauline (German) Crossley. 
Children. 

I. GLADYS PAULINE CROSSLEY b. 4 May 1934 Williams, Bannock, Idaho 
MORRIS B. , TURNER b. 31 Oct. 1918 Williams, Bannock, Idaho son of Joseph 
and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. 20 Apr. 1940 Thelda (Bowles) Ricks b. 
12 Mar. 1918 Miles, Bonneville, Idaho dau. of Samuel Clifford and Sarah 
Elizabeth Slotter (Campbell) Bowles. Shemd. (i)John Oliver Ricks. Children. 

1. SARAH MERESE (RICKS) TURNER b. 22 Jan. 1937 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville , Idaho 

2. RICHARD LAWRENCE TURNER b. 5 Mar. I941- Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho 

3. RONALD MORRIS TURNER b. 27 Aug. 1 942 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 

Idaho 

4. SANDRA MAY TURNER b. 26 May 1 945 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

5. STEVEN CLIFFORD TURNER b. 1 5 June 1 947 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah 

WALLACES. TURNER b. i4Feb, 1926 Williams, Bannock, Idaho son of Joseph 
Richard and Phoebe Eliza (Bennett) Turner md. 28 May 1946 Dillon, Beaver- 



210 Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 

head, Montana Vilda Ida Richan b. 31 Aug. 1929 Bour, Utah dau. of Edgar 
Ray and Velma (Tompson) Richan. Children, 

I. IDA FAYE TURNER b. I Nov. 1 946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
GLADYS GEORGIA WALTON b. 22 Nov. ig 17 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
dau, o f George Ossian and Ada Alzada (Bennett) Walton md, Fredrick Lovell 
Taylor b, i Aug. 1905 San Diego, San JDiego, California. Children. 

1. GEORGE LOVELL TAYLOR b. 17 Sept. 1940 San Diego, San Diego, 
California. 

2. DALE WALTON TAYLOR b. 2 1 Aug. 1942 San Diego, San Diego, 
California 

3. IRENE EDITH TAYLORb, 5 June 1943 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

WANDA PETERSON b . 3 Dec. 1 910 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau, of Charles 
Joel and Zeffie Fern (Bennett) Peterson md. 25 May 1934 Carl Anders Mbnensen 
son of Andrew D. Mortensen. Children, 

1. GRANT CARL MORTENSEN b. 3 Sept. 1 940 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

2. RENEE MORTENSEN b. 29 Sept. 1 942 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ZEFA MORTENSEN b. 9 Jan. 1944 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. EDMOND ANDERS MORTENSEN b. 23 Mar. 1 947 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
JOSIE PETERSON b. 5 Dec. 191 2 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Charles Joel 
and Zeffie Fern (Bennett) Peterson md, 23 Feb. 1937 Logan, Cache, Utah Spen- 
cer Condieb. 26 Nov, 1909 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Gidson and Carrie 
(Clawson) Condie. Children. 

1, SANDRA CONDIE b. 25001. 1937 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. SPENCER JOEL CONDIE b. 27 Aug. 1940 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

S. JOEL PETERSON b. I June 1920 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of Charles Joel 
and Zeffie Fern (Bennett) Peterson md, 12 Feb. 1941 Constance Webb b, 15 
Nov. 1920 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau, of George O, and Ethel (Bullon) Webb. 
Children, 

1. JOEL CRANDALL PETERSON b, 22 Aug. 1941 

2. CARYLON PETERSON b. 13001. 1 943 

3. WEBB BLAINE PETERSON b, 24 Mar. -1945 

SYBLE PETERSON b. I Dec, 1 922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau, of Charles Joel 
and Zeffie Fern (Bennett) Peterson md. Russell Grossman i). 26 Aug, 1912 
Maiden, Middlesex, Massachusetts s o n ofHeniyW, and Ruby Mae (Proverb) 
Grossman, Children, 

1. MELINIE GROSSMAN b. 1 2 Sept. i945San Diego, San Diego, California 

2. ALAN RUSSELL GROSSMAN b, 26 Aug. 1947 San Diego, San Diego, 
California 

ABRAHAM FOSTER b. 23 Nov. 1 91 6 Idaho Falls, BonneJtHe, Idaho son of Abra- 
ham and Louisa Ellen (Beam) Foster md. 27 July 1935 Lillian Blood. 
JESSIE LOUISA FOSTER b. 25 Apr. 1918 Idaho Falls, BonnevUle, Idaho dau. 
of Abraham and Louisa Ellen (Beam) Foster md. 20 Aug. 1935 Ririe, Idaho 
'Lloyd Clarence Clifford b. 27 Feb. 1913 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho son 
of Ephraim Cornelius and Ida Deborah (HiU) Clifford. Children: 



Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 21 1 

1. JESSIE DARLENE CLIFFORD b. 1 1 July 1936 Idaho Falls, Bonneville .' 
Idaho 

2. DONALD LLOYD CLIFFORD b. 28 July 1937 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. 
Idaho 

BERTHA LOUISE FOSTER b. 20 Jan. 1920 Roberts, Jefferson, Idaho dau. of 
Abraham and Louisa Ellen (Beam) Foster md. 25 Dec. 1935 Salmon, Lemhi, 
Idaho Cecil Leonard Sather b. 23 May 1915 Hamilton, Ravalli, Montana son 
of Einar and Alice Lue (Rennaker) Sather. Children 

1. MAY LADEAN SATHER b. 5 Oct. 1936 Salmon, Lemhi. Idaho 

2. MONA LOUISE SATHER b. I Feb. 1940 Gold Beach, Curry, Oregon 

3. EINAR LEONARD SATHER b. 8 May 1941 Port Oxford. Curry, Oregon 
JENNIE ALBERTA FOSTER b. I 7 Aug. 1921 Roberts, Jefferson, Idaho dau, of 
Abraham and Louisa Ellen (Beam) Foster md. 1 8 Jan. 1939 Lima, Beaverhead , 
Montana Bert Allen Kamps b. 17 Aug. 1918 son of Fred Alfred and Mary Agnes 
(Saunders) Kamps. Children 

1. ALLEN EUGENE KAMPS b. 2 July 1 940 Dillon, Beaverhead. Montana 

2. FRED HAROLD KAMPS b. 4 June 1942 Dillon, Beaverhead, Montana 

3. JEAN ALBERTA KAMPS b. 8 Feb. 1944 Dillon, Beaverhead. Montana 
EDWARD WILLIAM FOSTER b. I June 1925 Lima, Beaverhead, Montana son 
o f Abraham and Louisa Ellen (Beam) Foster md. Margaret Elida Wilkerson b. 
25 June 1927 Darley, Montana dau. of Charles A. and Hazel Loretta (Brown) 
Wilkerson. Children. 

I. JUDY LOUISE FOSTER b. 19 Oct. 1 948 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 
MARY SAPHRONIA RENNAKER b. 28 July 1 923 Hamilton, Montana dau. of 
Francis Marion and Saphronia Belle (Foster) Rennaker md. 20 Dec. 1939 Sal- 
mon, Lemhi, Idaho Gust Stephanishen b. 4 May 19 14 Gorham, North Dakota 
son of Alexander and Antonia Stephanishen. Children 

1. ROBERT GUST STEPHANISHEN b. 24 Sept, 1940 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 

2. RONALD JAMES STEPHANISHEN b. 1 7 May 1 943 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah 

3. JOSEPH MARION STEPHANISHEN b. 17 July 1945 Seattle, King, Wash- 
ington. 

ELIZABETH ANN RENNAKER b. 2 Apr. 1925 Idaho Falls, BonnevHle, Idaho 
dau« ofFrancis Marion and Saphronia BeUe (Foster) Rennaker md. 28 June 1941 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho Linden Larrell Moultrie b. i May 191 8 son of 
Franklin William and Kature Agnes (Broadbent) Moultrie. Children. 

1. MONA RAE MOULTRIE b . 1 9 Mar. 1942 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho d. 2! 
Apr, 1942 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho 

2. LINDA BELLE MOULTRIE b. 6 Feb. 1943 Salt Uke City, Salt Lake. Utah 

3. LARRY GLEN MOULTRIE b. 21 May 1947 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

4. BRUCE LARRELL MOULTRIE b. 13 July 1948 Moscow, Idaho 
LEONIDAS BROWER b, I2july l905Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of William Gee 
and Effie Foster (Pumell) Brower md. Viola Anderson. 

WILLIAM EARL BROWER b. 24 Dec. 1906 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of 
William Gee and Effie Foster (Pumell) Brower md. La Venia Stoler. 



212 Saphronia - Second Great Grandchildren 

JAMES ELDRED BROWER b. 1 1 Sept. 1908 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of 
William Gee and Effie Foster (Purnell) Brower md. Ellen Anderson. 
EDNA RUTH BROWER b. 25 Apr. 191 2 Preston, Oneida, Idaho dau, of William 
Gee and Effie Foster (Purnell) Browei md. Blaine D. Curtis, 
BRUCE ORVULE BROWER b, 1 4 Dec. 19 16 Bancroft, Bannock, Id alio son of 
William Gee and Effie Foster (Pumell) Brower md. Vida Rasmussen. 
RAY WENDELL BROWER b. i4May 1910 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of William 
Gee and Effie Foster (Pumell) Brower md, Beatrice McBride. 
MONA BROWER b. 5 Oct. 1 921 Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho dau. of William Gee 
and Effie Foster (Purnell) Brower md. Leonard McBride. 

VEDA BROWER b. 20 Aug. 1923 Rupert, Cassia, Idaho dau. of William Gee and 
Effie Foster (Purnell) Brower md. Donald Bringhurst, 

ROMA BUTTERWORTH b. II May 1916 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho dau, of 
Austin Lee and Annie (Pumell) Butterworth md. Stephen Johnson. 
RODNEY D. BUTTERWORTH b. 5 Aug. 1918 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Austin Lee and Annie (Purnell) Butterworth md. Beatrice Hogan. 
WANDA BUTTERWORTH b, Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of George Marcellus 
and Clarinda (Purnell) Butterworth md. Edison Dunlap. 

WOODROW G.'^BUTTERWORTH b. in Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of George 
Marcellus and Clarinda (Pumell) Butterworth md. Helen Robinson, 
BLANCH BUTTERWORTH b. 29 June Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of George 
Marcellus and Clarinda (Pumell) Butterworth md. Arthur Miller. 
THIRDGREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SAPHRONIA 
MAVIS DEWITT b. loNov. i9i2Sarilda, Idahodau, of Basil E.H. and Matilda 
Jane (Cherry) DeWittmd. r9,July 1936 A. Lester Faucher b. 6 July 1907 son of 
Louis Faucher. Children. 

1. JIM LESTER FAUCHER b. 6 July 1 938 Escondido, California 

2. TED ALAN FAUCHER b. 1 9 June 1941 Escondido, Califomia 
MURIEL DEWITT b. 3Dec. i9i3Sarilda, Idaho dau. of Basil E.H, and Matil- 
da Jane (Cherry) DeWittmd. JesseC. Lyons b. 21 Feb. 1914 St. Anthony, Fre- 
mont, Idaho son of Jesse C, and Alice (Andrews) Lyons. Children 

1. NANCY JEAN LYONS b. 27 July 1935 Downey, California 

2. MURIEL LYONS b. 8 Oct 1936 Downey, California 

3. JANE LYONS b. 12 Feb. 1944 St. A-nthony. Idaho- 

4. JESSE DAVID LYONS b. 8 Apr. 1946 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

5. MARK EDWARD LYONS b. l8jan. 1948 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 

6. ANN LYONS b. 31 Mar. 1949 St, Anthony, Fremont, Idaho 
ROBERT HENRY DEWITT b. 1 5 Oct. 1915 Sarilda, Idaho son of Basil E.H. and 
Matilda Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md, i 4 Aug. 1940 Sarilda, Mae Black dau. of 
Glen and lone (Pape) Black. Robert filled a mission in the Hawaiian Islands 
and served in World War II. Children. 

1. GLENDA MAE DEWITT b. 22 Feb. 1941 Downey, California 

2. LAE LANI DEWITT b. 14 Feb. 1 943 Downey, California 

3. ROBERT BASEL DEWITT b. 8 Dec, 1945 Long Beaqh, Long Beach. California 



Saphronia - Third Great Grandchildren 21^ 

RAYMOND CHESSAR DEWITT b. 27 Jan. 1917 Ashton. Fremont. Idaho son of 
Basil E.H. and Matilda Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md, 4 June 1936 Ida Thayle 
Cripps b. 14 Aug. Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau, of Percy and Ida May 
(Peck) Cripps. Children. 

1. RAYMOND CRIPPS DEWITT b. 8 Jan, 1937 Downey, California 

2. DAWN LYNN DEWITT b. 19 May 1939 Downey, California 

3. SUSAN LESLIE DEWITT b. 12 Sept. 1947 Bellflower. California 

4. DANNY PAUL DEWITT b. 14 Aug. 1945 Washington 

5. MITCHEL LANE DEWITT b. 4 Sept. 1947 California 

GLORIA DEWITT b. 25 Feb. i9i8Sarilda, Idaho dau. of Basil E.H, and Matilda i 
Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md. Frank Howard York b. 31 Mar. 191 5. Children. 

1. MAVIS LEE YORK b. 6 July 1934 Long Beach. Long Beach, California 

2. HAROLD ERNEST YORK b. 17 Sept. 1935 Downey. California 

3. SHIRLEY ELAINE YORK b. and d. 12 Dec. 1944 

4. CLAUDIA YORK b. 7 Sept. 1945 

SIDNEY JAMES DEWITT b. 1 5 Mar. 1920 Su Anthony, Fremont, Idaho son of 
Basil E.H. and Matilda Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md. Merle Ruth McDmayle b. 24 
Nov. 1 91 8 in Canada. Children. 

I. BRYAN FRANCIS DEWITT b. July 1943 Peterboro, Canada 
2. BETTY MARLENE DEWITT b. 7 Aug. 1946 Peterboro, Canada 
JUNE DEWITT b. 1 7 June 1921 Bellflower, California dau, of Basil E,H. and 
Matilda Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md, Delbert A. Neilsonb. 4 Mar. 1921. Children. 

I. LYNETTE NEILSON b. 25 Sept. 1948 Escondido, California 
WILLIAM RUPERT DEWITT b. 26 Feb. 1 923 Bellflower, California son of BasQ* 
E, H. and Matilda Jane (Cherry) DeWitt md. Gloria May Mitchell. Children. 

1. CORAL GLORIA DEWITT b. 1946 California 

2. (BABY) DEWITT b. 1948 California 

WILLIAM CHARLES CHERRY b. 23 June 1 920 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho son 
of Isaiah Solomon and May (Hathaway) Cherry md. Zelfa Young. 
LEONE CHERRY b. 1 3 Jan. 1922 St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho dau, of Isaiah 
Solomon and May (Hathaway) Cherry md. Dexter Hendrickson, 
ELIZABETH JANE CHERRY b. 18 Nov. 192351. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho dau. 
of Isaiah Solomon and May (Hathaway) Cherry md. James Elliott. 
ROYE JOHN JENKINS b, 4 Oct. 1918 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho son of John 
Davis and Mary Amanda (Cherry) Jenkins md. Evelyn Clark. 
RUBY JANE JENKINS b, 27 Apr. 1928 St, Anthony, Fremont, Idaho dau, of 
John Davis and Mary Amanda (Cherry) Jenkins md. John Nelson 
HERBERT LAWRENCE BENSON b. 6 Feb. 1916 Drummond.Fremont, Idaho son 
of Harry Lorenzo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 28 June 1942 Alta Munns, 
GEORGE EDWARD BENSON b. 31 May 1917 Sarilda, Fremont, Idaho son of 
Harry Lorenzo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 2 Nov. 1939 Margaret Taylor, 
EVA BENSON b. 4 Apr. i9i9Drummond, Fremont, Idaho dau, of Harry Loren- 
zo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 19 Nov. 1935 R. Bert Howell. 
ETHEL MAY BENSON b. 19 Feb. 1921 Drummond, . Fremont, Idaho dau, of 
Harry Lorenzo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 6 Dec. 1941 Vernon C. Scott 



-14 Saphronia - Third Great Grandchildren 

VERLA BENSON b. 30 Apr. 1924 Farnum, Fremont, Idaho dau. of Harry Loren- 
zo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 25 June J 946 Ivan L. Freeman. 
MYRTH BENSON b, 29 July 1926 Farnum, Fremont, Idaho dau. of Harry Loren- 
zo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 16 July 1943 Dee F. Bowen. 
MELVIN C. BENSON b. 29 July 1926 Famum, Fremont, Idaho son of Harry 
Lorenzo and Anna (Cherry) Benson md. 5 Jan. 1949 G wen Reader. 
ROMA K. STEPHENSON b. 30 Apr. 1 925 Wendell, Gooding, Idaho dau. of 
Archie Guy and Beatrice (Kershaw) Stephenson md, 20 May 1945 Jack W. 
Anderson. Children, 

I. RICHARD WILLIAM ANDERSON b. 8 Nov. 1 946 
LORAN DEAN STEPHENSON b. 22 Oct. 1925^ Riverdale, Oneida, Idaho son of 
Loran Kye and Dorothy Virginia (Anderson) Stephenson md. 16 July 1946 Joyce 
Marie Banett. Children. 

I. LORAN DEAN STEPHENSON, JR. b. TJ Apr. 1947 
GARTH A, STEPHENSON b. 10 Mar. 1927 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Loran Kye and Dorothy Virginia (Anderson) Stephenson md, 2 Oct. 1946 Mary 
Jo Christenson. Children. 

I. DOUGLAS GARTH STEPHENSON b. 15 July 1947 
OPAL JEAN STEPHENSON b. 16 Sept. 1928 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Loran Kye and Dorothy Virginia (Anderson) Stephenson md. 3 Nov. 1947 Mel- 
vin Keith Strickland. 

BEULA BELL b. I o July 1926 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Asael Enos and 
Cassie (Stephenson) Bell md. 3 Sepu 1 947 Edwin C, Hinckley, Jr. 
PHYLLIS HOLLINGSWORTH b. I Jan. 1926 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Austin Earl and Blanche (Merrill) HoIIingsworthmd. 8 OcU 1946 Keith E. Berg- 
quist. Children. 

1. LINDA KAYE BERGQUIST 




Lloyd and Venice Bennett 

LLOYD ORLEN BENNETT b. 26 May 1930 Ugo, Bannock, Idaho son of Lloyd 
Thomas and LyIa Fawn(Weaver) Bennett md. 18 Oct. 1950 Venice Elane Miles 
b. 8 Dec. 1932. 

ORVAL NEWELL TURNER b. 22 July 1929 Magna, Utah son of Orval Bennett 
and Clara (Bowler) Turner md. lo Jan. 1947 Shirlene Chatterton. 



215 

CHARLES 

CHARLES HOPKINS ALLEN b. I50ct. l83oBurton. Cattaraugus. New Yoia 
d. 1 8 Feb. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Andrew Lee and Clarinda 
(Knapp) Allen md. ( i ) 1 5 June 1 864 Richmond . Cache, Utah Elizabeth Adelaide 
Hoopes b. 9 Sept, 1847 Council Bluffs, Pottawattaniie, Iowa d. 19 Nov, 1889 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Warner and Priscilla (Gifford) Hoopes. md. 
(2) 20 Oct. 1890 Logan, Cache, Utah Annie Eliza Jones b. 10 Nov. 1869 New 
Hope, Hawkins, Tennessee dau. of James Allen and Minerva Ann (Lawson) Jones. 




Charles Hopkins and Elizabeth Adelaide Hoopes Allen Family 

Children by Elizabeth Adelaide Hoopes. 

1. CHARLES LEWIS ALLEN b. 30 May 1865 Richmond, Cache, Utati d. 3 
Feb. 1944 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. WARNER HOOPES ALLEN b. 17 Oct. 1866 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

3. ANDREW LEE ALLEN b. l3Dec. 1 868 Richmond, Cache. Utah d. 22 
July 1870 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. JOHN SEYMOUR ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1870 Richmond. Cache, Utah 

5. THEODORE KNAPP ALLEN b. 20 May 1872 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 
4 Sept. 1877 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

6. ADELAIDE CEDILLA ALLEN b. 27 Mar. 1874 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

7. CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN b. 7 Mar. 1876 Richmond," Cache, Utah 

8. ELUAH ALLEN b. 22 Jan. 1878 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

9. PRISCILLA ALLEN b. 26 Dec. 1 879 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

10. DEBORAH ALLEN b. 1 3 Sept. 1881 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

11. REBECCA HANNAH ALLEN b. 6 July l883Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

12. JULIA ALLEN b. 23 May 188^ Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 

13. JAMES DAVID ALLEN b. 18 Nov. 1887 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

14. JOSEPH ALLEN b. 1 3 Nov. 1889 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 22 Apr. 
1890 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Children by Annie Eliza Jones. 

I. IRA JOSEPH LEROy ALLEN b. 20 Jan. 1887 New Hope, Hawkins. 



Charles - Grandchildren 
Tennesse (adopted by C. H. Allen) 

2. SIDNEY LEVI ALLEN b. 20 Dec. 1 891 Mesa, Mari- 
copi, Arizona. 

3. ANNIE MINERVA ALLEN b. 29 Aug. 1 893 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

4. WINNIE MAY ALLEN b. 23 Aug. 1 895 Mesa. Mari- 
copi, Arizona. 

5. HAZEL NAOMI ALLEN b. 25 Aug. 1897 Mesa, 
Maricopi, Arizona 

6. PRESTON HOPKINS ALLEN b. 25 Aug. 1899 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. BENJAMIN JONES ALLEN b. 30 Oct. 1901 Mesa. Maricopa. Arizona 

8. WILLIAM JONES ALLEN b. 23 Apr. 1904 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

9. ELIZA ROXY ALLEN b. II Sept. 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




Annie Eliza 
Jones Allen 




Warner Hoopes Allen Family 
Raymond. Roland and Laura (Bacus) Allen 



WARNER HOOPES ALLEN b. 1 7 Oct. 1866 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 24 
Feb. 1932 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona son of Charles Hopkins and Elizabeth 
Adelaide (Hoopes) Allen md. (1)24 Oct. 1893 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Frances Busby Peterson b, 4 Apr. 1871 Peterson, Morgan, Utah d. 20 May 1929 
Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona dau, of Charles Sreeve and Margaret (Crispin) 
Peterson. Md (2) 7 Sept. 1931 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Laura Belle 
(Ballou) Bacus dau. of David Smith and Mary Elizabeth (Senter) Ballou, 
Children by Frances Busby Peterson. 

1. WARNER HAROLD ALLEN b. 26 Sept.. 1894 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. ADELAIDE BERNICE ALLEN b. 7 Sept. 1 896 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. MERLE MAESER ALLEN b, 4 Aug, 1 898 Mesa, Maricopa, ArizcHia 

4. LAWRENCE ELIJAH ALLEN b. 23 Nov, 1 900 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. ORRIS BUSBY ALLEN b. 21 Feb. 1903 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 2 
Apr. 1908 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. MABEL ALLEN b, 24 Nov. 1905 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. JOSEPH LEE ALLEN b. 23 Apr. 1908 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. RICHARD MICHAEL ALLEN b. 8 June 1911 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Children by Laura Belle Ballou. 

I. ROLAND LEO BACUS b. II Aug. 1 900 Harold, Nes. Kansas 



Charles - Grandchildren 217 

2. RAYMOND LEROY BACUS b. 9 Nov. 1 91 1 Elk City. Rodgermills. Okla. 

Warner spent his youth in Richmond and Cove before moving to Mesa. 
Arizona. When in his early twenties he returned to Utah for his schooling and 
while there had the opportunity to accompany the first group of saints to pioneer 
in Alberta, Canada. They settled at Cardston and he had the privilege of 
plowing the first land after the first four rows were plowed by the leading au- 
thorities. He helped build homes androids before returning to Utah in the fall. 
He filled a Southern States mission, and served in the Mesa Ward Bishopric for 
over fifteen years, and was a High Counselman'for seven years. 

He pioneered in Chino Valley where he led the erection of a beautiful 
chapel before moving into Prescott. He was appointed president of the Pres- 
cott Branch and was instrumental in erecting a $30,000 blue.granite chapel. 
He lived an exampiary life and was a guide and inspiration to his family. He 
did not have a lot of worldly wealth but left his children the greatest, heritage 
one can receive in his testimony of the divinity of Jesus Christ and truthful- 
ness of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Fanny Peterson Allen was reared in a large polygamdus family and she 
learned early in life what severe trials and work were. Her mother went out to 
work and a breach developed between her father and mother which was never 
overcome. Fanny remained with her father and was taught by her father's wives 
and children that Fanny's mother was a 'bad woman". Her father found her 
crying one day and when she told him she was crying because she had a bad 
mother he became very angry and told her that her mother was a very good 
woman, as good as any other member of the family. He then took her in to 
the house, called the family together, and chastized them for telling her false- 
hoods. She corresponded with her mother until her mother died. 

Fanny and Warner reared a good family inspite of Fanny's broken health 
due to overwork in her youth. 

Laura Belle Ballou Bacus was converted.to the church ftom the Baptist faith , 
She had been church organist and active all her life as both her grandfather's 
were Baptist ministers. She knew the Bible well and felt that the Churches she 
investigated lacked something. After she was married and had two sons she 
first heard the Elders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, She 
investigated their teachings and accepted baptism. Her husband died sixteen 
days before their scheduled baptism but Laura went ahead and with her oldest 
son was baptised as her husband would have wished it. She has worked actively 
i n the church and has been outstanding in the music departments and temple 
work, 

JOHN SEYMOUR ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1870 Richmond. Cache, Utah son of 
Charles Hopkins and Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) Allenmd. 2 Oct. 1895 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Barbara Ann Phelps b. 26 Aug. 1877 Montpelier, Bear Lake, 
Idaho dau, of Hyrum Smith and Mary Elizabeth (Bingham) Phelps, Children. 

1. CHARLES ASHAEL ALLEN b. 3 1 July 1896 Mesa, MariccJpa, Arizona 

2. BLANCHE ALLEN b, 1 5 Feb. 1898 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 




21 8 Charles - Grandchildren 

3. HYRUM LOREN ALLEN b. 
7 Oct, 1901 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona 

4. BARBARA ALLEN b. 5 Oct. 
1903 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. JOHNR, ALLEN b. 29 Oct. 
1905 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. GOVE LIAHONA ALLEN b. 
26 July 1 907 Mesa, Maricopa, 

Barbara Phelps and Seymour Allen 

7. MARY ALLEN b. I Sept. 1909 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. ELDRED PHELPS ALLEN b. 1 9 Apr. 1912 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 
18 May 1 91 2 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

9. RUSSELL HOOPES ALLEN b. 7 July 1914 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

10. BEN RICH ALLEN b. 5 June 1 916 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona 

11. JOSEPH SEYMOUR ALLEN b. 5 Nov. 1 917 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona 

12. DELLA ALLEN b. 1 1 Oct, 1 920 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona d. 21 Nov. 
1925 

John Seymour spent his first eleven years in Cove before his family moved 
to Mesa, Arizona. He has been extremely active in missionary work and col- 
onization. He has made his livelihood by farming and canal building. His 
first mission was in the Southern States; the second in the Eastern States; and 
the third in the Southwest Indian Mission among the Pimas. He and his wife 
have financed twenty -one years of missionary work and have contributed funds 
for temple work. No request from the church was refused whether great or 
small. He has been a faithful ward teacher for fifty years without missing one 
month. While supporting one missionary he prospered greatly and was so en- 
couraged that he supported two more after the first had returned. His financial 
statis reversed and he became almost bankrupt, barely able to keep the mission- 
aries out. Later he was asked why he had not become discouraged in the Gospel 
because of this situation and he replied, "Whether I get rich or go broke while 
I keep a missionary out doesn't change the fact that the Gospel is true, " 

His wife, Barbara Hielps, came to Mesa from Montpelier, Idaho when she 
was a year old. They suffered the rigors of pioneer life including a smallpox 
epidemic. She recalls having her shoes blacked with soot and grease before she 
could go to Sunday School and Primary, She was energetic and capable with 
a nice singing voice. Their marriage has been. humble and devout. Ten of 
their twelve children grew to maturity and are active in the Church, She 
milked cows to suppon herself and family and to supply her husband while he 
was on two missions, ^e joined her husband on his third mission and they did 
a splendid job among the Indians at Santon, Arizona. She has worked in all 
the auxilaries and at present, at the age of seventy-five, she is still teaching 
Primary. 




Chatles - Grandchildren 219 

ADELAIDE CEDILLA 
ALLEN b. 27 Mar. 1874 
Richmond, Cache, Utah 
d a u . of Charles Hopkins 
and Elizabeth Adelaide 
(Hoopes) Allen md. (I) 25 
Jan. 1894 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Horace 

Cornelius Fuller b. 2 Jan. Horace Fuller Adelaide Allen Charles Peterson 

1870 Harrisburj^, Wash- 
ington, Utahd. 9 Dec. 1 904 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Cornelius and 
Annie Elizabeth (Lewis) Fuller. Md. (2) 28 Sept. 1909. Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Charles Peterson b. 28 Jan. 1854 Alpine, Utah, Utah d. 23 Dec. 1938 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Charles Sreeve and Ann (Patten) Peterson. He 
md, (I) Clara Jane Lew is on 7 June 1874. Children all born at Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona, 

1. HORACE RALPH FULLER b. 26 Nov. 1894 

2. ELIZABETH ADELAIDE FULLER b. 26- Mar. 1 897 

3. CHARLES ALLEN FULLER b. 26 Mar. 1 897 d. 22 Apr. 1897 

4. IVAN CLARK FULLER b. 10 Dec, 1 898 d. 12 Jan. 1 899 

5. INEZ FULLER b. lo Dec. 1898 d. I2jan. 1899 

6. JOHN SEYMOUR FULLER b. 15 Feb. 1901 

7. ORIN C. FULLER b. 8 Aug. 1903 

8. MABEL CLARINDA PETERSON b, 23 Oct. 191 1 

Adelaide lived in Utah until 1S82 when her father moved the family to 
Mesa, Arizona. She started her schooling in Mesa and also took dressmaking 
lessons. She has been active in the church and has been an excellent teacher of 
the Gospel. After her mother died Adelaide took over the burden of caring 
for the younger children. She married Horace Cornelius Fuller whose people 
had been sent as colonizers to the Verde Valley, He was an outstanding horse- 
man and his ability to handle a.nim£ils was well-known. He was an athlete and 
wrestler and was well liked by all those who knew him. Adelaide and Horace 
lost three of theii seven children through sickness so she decided to take a 
course in obstretrics and nursing. Horace "Hod" died of influenza and pneu- 
monia in 1904 leaving four children for Adelaide to care for. She sewed and 
nursed for a living until she married Charles Peterson, He was a farmer, dairy- 
man and legislator. She continued to do her Church work and took a leading 
part in the Stake Primary, After the death of her husband, Charles, her life 
has been devoted to Temple work and family genealogy. She has made hun- 
dreds of b ur i a 1 shoes and Temple clothing. She has a fine testimony of the 
Gospel and is a diligent worker in righteous endeavors, 

CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN b. 7 Mar. 1 876 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Charles Hopkins and Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) Allen md. 2 Oct. 1 91 2 
Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah Thomas Feris Wilcox b. 14 July 1870 Farm- 




Clarinda Allen -Thomas Wilcox 



^^° ' Charles - Grandchildren 

ington, Davis, Utah d. 24 Dec, 1934 Mesa, Mc-.ricopa, Arizona son of James 
David and Judith (Oviatt) Wilcox. He md.(i) Eliza Criddle. Children. 
I. JUDITH WILCOX b. 5 Aug. 1915 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Clarinda came to Mesa from Utah with 
her pioneer family and she had her school- 
ing in Mesa, After her older sister married, 
Clarinda took over the care of her Father's 
first family. Adelaide advised her whenever 
she needed it. After the children were self- 
supporting, she attended B. Y. C. at Logan 
and became a teacher. She married Thomas 
Wilcox who had five children by his first wife. 
They lived in Mesa and in Chino Valley un- 
til Thomas died. She has been faithful to her testimony of the Gospel and has 
been an active worker in the Church. 

ELIJAH ALLEN b. 22 Jan. 
1878 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
son of Charles Hopkins and 
Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) 
Allen md. (r) 9 Oct. 1901 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Emma Pearl Nielson b, i Apr. 
1880 /Sunset, Apache, Arizona 
d. !^ Aug. 1931 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona d a u. ofFrihoff 
Godfred and Emma Waitstill 

(Mecham) Nielson, Md. (2) i June 1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Lydia 
(Shepherd) Tieman b, 18 Nov. 1897 Park Valley, Box Elder, Utah dau. of 
John Ulrich and Rosella (BaUi) Shepherd. Children all bom at Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona, 

1. PEARL ALLEN b, 2 Aug. 1 902 

2. ELIJAH CECIL ALLEN b. 30 Jan. 1904 

3. THORA ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1 905 

4. VILATE ALLEN b. 20 Nov. I907 

5. TAFT LAVERE ALLEN b, 3 Nov. 1 909 

6. FRIHOFF NIELSON ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 1911 

7. PRISCILLA ALLEN b. 4 Mar. 1914 

8. ROBERTA ALLEN b. 23 July 1 91 6 

9. GERALD MECHAM ALLEN b. 22 June 1918 

10. JEAN ALLEN b. 1 2 Sept. 1 923 
Child of Lydia by first husband. 

I. KATHALYN DORIS TIEMAN b. 9 May 1917 Park City. Summit, Utah 

Elijah Allen came from Cove with his family iis 1882. He attended Mesa 

Public Schools, B.Y. A. at Prove, and the Univeristy of Utah where he re- 




Lydia and Elijah 
Allen 



Pearl 
Allen 



Charles - Grandchildren ^ 221 

celved his LLB degree, tie served as a member of the Lehi School Board and 
was president of the Mesa High School Board. He was a member of the Arizona 
State Legislature and was a member of the Board of Regents of Arizona State 
College. 

In I 906 Elijah was called on a mission to the Eastern States. To the 
humiliation of many of his friends this call was changed to a four and one half 
year call to serve in the local Indian Mission. Listead of refusing to accept 
this change he humbled himself and moved his linle family to Lehi where he 
served h i s mission among the Pima and Papago and Maricopa Indians. After 
his release he was a counselor to the Maricopa Stake President for four years. 
In 1942 he was called to serve in the Nonhern States Mission. He accepted 
the call but to his surprise he was sent instead to preside as Mission President 
over the California Mission. He has always felt that these- four years as Mission 
President were granted him as a reward for his humility in accepting his first call 
to the Indian Mission. He is at present a member of the Maricopa Stake High 
Council. He is still practicing law in Mesa. Arizona. In December 1951 he was 
honored as being the member with most years as a high priest - 44 years. 

He married Emma Pearl Nielson who had grown up in nonhern New Mexico . 
She attended private schools until she went to Provo to the B. Y. A. She was a 
very dependable and responsible woman. She served as president of the Papago 
Relief Society while her husband was serving an Indian mission. She was Mari- 
copa Stake Primary secretary and later president. 




Elnora and Ronald 



Heber Hanson and Priscilla Allen 

(2) PRISC.ILLA ALLEN b. 26 Dec. 1879 Richmond. Cache, Utah md. 27 
Oct. 19 10 Logan, Cache, Utah Heber Hanson b. 19 Oct. 1 868 Cottonwood, 
Salt Lake, Utah son of Ole and Julia Tea (Johansen) Hanson. He md. ( i ) 
Julia Sophronia Goaslind, Children. 

1, ELNORA HANSON b. 13 Apr. 1914 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2, VERDA HANSON b, II Apr. 1917 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah d. 
25 Dec. 1917 Freedom, Wyoming (whooping cough) 

3, RONALD HEBER HANSON b. 29 May 1920 Ogden, Weber, Utah d. 8 
Jan. 1929 Logan, Cache, Utah (diptheria) 

Heber and Priscilla Hanson reside summers in Freedom, Wyoming and spend 
their winters doing Temple work in Mesa, Arizona. Heber's parents were Nor- 



222 Charles - Grandchildren 

wegian converts. His youth was spent attending school and herding cows. He 
has made his living in livestock and farming. His first wife died of rheumatic 
fever. 

Priscilla was a trained school teacher. Her youth was spent in Mesa, 
Arizona where she leamed the hardships of pioneer life. Later she moved to 
Utah where she attended school and taught before her marriage to Heber Hanson . 

Heber and Priscilla have filled numerous positions in the Church. They 
have been outstanding in their Temple work. 

Fred Nielson and Deborah Allen ren. He d. 4 June 1952 Mesa, 

Maricopa, Arizona, 

1. JOSEPH FREDERICK NIELSON. JR, b. 25 Mar. 191 1 Bluewater, Valencia, 
New Mexico 

2. ALLEN GODFRED NIELSON b. 14 May 1914 Bluewater, Valencia, New 
Mexico 

3. ELIZABETH. EMM A NIELSON b. 24 Apr. 1 917 Las Vegas, San Miguel, 
New Mexico 

Fred and Deborah Nielson have served well as educators and Church work- 
ers. His boyhood was spent at Ramah and Bluewater, New Mexico on the farm 
and cattle range. He filled a 34 months mission in the Western states, and 
w a s a High Priest and Bishop in Bluewater. He received his education at Las 
Vegas, New Mexico and he has taught all grades. He was Professor of Bio- 
logical Science at the college. In 1 944 he lost his eyesight, but continues to 
operate his cattle ranch with the help of his wife. 

Deborah grew up in Mesa and has always been active in the different or- 
ganizatjons of the Church, Her special department was music. She has taught 
school long enough to become an Emeritus, They have recently built a new 
home in Mesa where they can be close to the Temple, 

REBECCA HANNAH ALLEN b. 6 July 1 883 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
of Charles Hopkins and Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) Allen md, 13 Sept. 1905 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Orson Ashael Phelps b. 24 June 1882 Mesa , 
Maricopa; Arizona son of Hyrum Smith and Mary Elizabeth (Bingham) Phelps. 
Children all b. in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. 

I. OMA PHELPS b. II Aug. 1906 



Charles - Grandchildren 



223 




1. LfcWlS ASHAEL PHEI.FS 
b. 13 Feb. 1909 

2. GENEVIEVE PHELPS b. 

9 ^Pr. 191 I 

3. LEON' HYRUN5 PHELPS b. 

10 June 1914 

4. ELIZABETH PHELPS b. 
21 July 1 91 7 

5. ORSON ALLEN PHELPS 
b. 26 Dec. 1919 



Orson Phelps and Rebecca Allen 



OrsonandRebecca were of leading pioneer families in the Mesa area. They 
early learned the art of industry. They were taught to choose activities which 
brought happiness and contentment. They were both reared on farms and he 
learned a little carpentering and building while she trained to be a teacher. 
After teaching one year, they were married and made their home in Mesa. 
During the depression Rebecca began to teach school again and they were able 
to replace what they had lost and educate their children. They have both been 
active in the Church and have provided much happiness for others with tlieir 
musical talents. 

JULIA ALLEN b. 2 3 May 
1885 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
d a u, of Charles Hopkins and 
Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) 
Allen m d . Thomas Russell 
Watkinsb. 10 Feb. 1882 Yazoo, 
Yazoo, Mississippi son of John 
Hatch and Sarah Melissa (Mc- 
Clendon) Watkins. Children. 

1. \yiLLIAM OLEN WAT- 
KINS b. 17 July 1906 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

2. GALEN HATCH WAT- 
KINS b. I Oct. 1907 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

3. WARNER RUSSELL 
WATKINS b. 6 Dec. 1908 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. JAMES ALLEN WATKINS b. 31 Jan. 1912 Grayson, San Juan, Utah d, 
23 Aug. 1913 Grayson, San Juan, Utah 

5. JOSEPH HEBER WATKINS b. 23 Dec. 1913 Clifton, Franklin; Idaho 

6. WAYNE ALLEN WATKINS b. 25 Nov. 191 5 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




Tom Watkins and Julia Allen 



224 Charles - Grandchildren 

7. ANCIL NED W ATKINS b. 19 Aug. igiSMesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. DELMER DE MAR WATKINSb. 25 May 1920 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Tom and Julia Watkins have been active Church workers. Tom and his 

people were converted to the Gospel in Mississippi and Julia grew up in Mesa . 
After their marriage they made their home in Mesa. During their lifetime 
they have bought and sold many homes and have lived in Arizona, Utah, Wyo- 
ming and Califomia. They are both of a very happy and cheerful nature. 
They have worked unitedly throughout their married life. 

One morning it was necessary for her to take three of her sons to the hos- 
pital. The car had a flat tire and they had no spare, so Tom filled the tire 
with a cotton sack and she started "bumpily" along her way. People along the 
way would call out to Julia "You have a flat tire", and she would cheerily nod 
herheadandkeepon going. They got home about four in the afternoon, made 
the children comfortable, and at 9 P. M. she gave birth to her seventh son. 

Julia helped on a committee to outline a program for better Home Evenings. 
This outline was published by the Church and recommended to be used in all 
L. D. S. homes. Thomas built the first traveling hay baler in the West. 

W , 1 JAMES DAVID ALLEN b. 1 8 Nov. 1887 

' ' *' Mesa, Maricopa, d. 15 Apr. 1940 Globe, 

Gila, Arizona son of Charles Hopkins and 
Elizabeth Adelaide (Hoopes) Allen md. 27 
Sept. 1911 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Nora Belle Home b. 15 Nov. 1893 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of James Malen 
and Permilia Jane (Hill) Home. Children 

Jim and Nora Belle Allen '• J^MES MALEN ALLEN b. 20 July 

191 2 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DOROTHY ETHEL ALLEN b. 12 May 1914 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. MARGERY ALLEN b, 23 Oct. 1916 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. DAVID GRANT ALLEN b. 21 May 1918 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. GEORGE ELWOOD ALLEN b. 26 Apr. 1920 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. ROBERT FREDRIC ALLEN b. 5 Sept. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. NORA BELLE ALLEN b. 12 Oct. 1924 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. ELIZABETH JANE ALLEN b. 19 Apr. 1927 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona 
d. 4 July 1928 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

9. DONALD LEROY ALLEN b. 5 May 1931 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

10. KENITH GAIL ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 1 932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

11. RICHARD DWAYNE ALLEN b. 18 Aug. 1935 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
d. 27 Mar. 1945 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Jim filled a British Mission and after the first world war he returned from 
overseas and began to farm. After 1935 until his death he worked on road 
building. Nora Belle stayed at home and reared the family. Their son, Don- 
ald, is at present in the Mission Field. 




Charles - Grandchildren 



225 



rt^M»*i>-w:*caywt»jrtjc^ (nw««r. 




Elwood, Donald, 

Kenith and 
Dwayne Allen 



(I) ERA JOSEPH LEROY ALLEN b. 20 Jan, 1 887 New Hope, Hawkins, 
Tennessee d. i Nov. 1927 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Annie Eliza (Jones) 
Allen md, 24 Mar, 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Gladys Estella Johnson b. 
23 Mar. 1891 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of Joseph Ezekiel and Thankful 
Rosilla (Fillmore) Johnson. Children. 





Ira Allen 



* Ira and Gladys (Johnson) Allen Family 

1. GLADYS MAVEL ALLEN b. 5 Jan, 1908 Me?a, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. ROSILLA ALLEN b. 2 Dec. 1 909 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. JOSEPH ARDEN ALLEN b. 21 Dec. 1 91 2 Bellflower, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia d. 5 Oct. 1 9 14 

4. ELEANOR ALLEN b. 28 Feb. 1 91 5 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 28 Nov. 
1918 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. MARGARET ALLEN b. 17 May 1917 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 29 
Nov. 1 91 8 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. BERNARD FRANCIS ALLEN b. 27 Dec. 1919 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. RUTH ALLEN b. 28 Apr. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. JUNIOR LEROY ALLEN b. 12 Apr. 1 924 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

She md. (2) l May 1929 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Martin Ray Young, Sr. 
b. ro Nov. 1885 Loa, Wayne , Utah son of John Ray Young and Tamer Jane 
(Black) Young. Children by (2) husband. 

1. Harold Johnson Young b. 15 Feb. 1930 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2, Ella Mae Young b. 10 Nov. 1 932 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

SIDNEY LEVI ALLEN b. 20 Dec. 1891 Mesa, Maricopa, d. "8 Aug. 1933 
son of Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) Allen md. 17 Sept. 1921 Mesa, 




226 Charles - Grandchildren 

Maricopa, Arizona Mary Esther (Skousen) Ray b. lo May 1887 Springerville , 
Apache, Arizona dau. .of James N. and Anna (Hansen) Skousen. Children. 

1. CHARLES RAY ALLEN b. 6 Sept. 1 922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

ANNIE MIWERVA ALLEN 
b. 29 Aug. 1893 Mesa , 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Charles Hopkins and Annie 
Eliza (Jones) Allen md. 10 
Apr. 1913 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Perry Ray Sanders 
b. 13 Feb. 1889 Tonto Ba- 
sin, Arizona son of John 
Perry Sanders and Minerva Allen p^ank and Hannah Elmine 

(Allred) Sanders, (div. ) Children. 

I, IRIS LURA SANDERS b. 29 Nov. 1 91 3 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. RUTH MAX IN E SANDERS b. 1 7 Mar. 1 91 5 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. FRANKLIN MURRAY SANDERS b. loApr. 1 91 6 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. CARL DENNIS SANDERS b, 10 Sept. 1917 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. ANNIE NORENE SANDERS b. 27 Aug. 1919 Liberty, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. MYRON ALLEN SANDERS b. 29 Aug. 1 922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Address: 206 1/2 I03id. St., Los Angeles, California 

WINNIE MAE ALLEN b. 23 Aug. 
1895 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona daa. of 
Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) 
Allen md. 4 Oct. 1916 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah James Ira Anderson b . 
14 Apr. 1887 Ephraim, San Pete, Utah 
son of J a m e s T. and Martha Caroline 
(Thomander) Anderson. Children. 

1. ELMO JAMES ANDERSON b. 3 
Apr. 1 91 8 Cowley, Big Horn, Wyoming 

2. ION A ANDERSON b. 17 May 1 91 9 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

3. ERMA ANDERSON b. 31 Oct, 1923 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 
Winnie May and Ira live in Washington, Utah where he teaches schooL, 

They are both active in the Church. 

HAZEL NAOMI ALLEN b. 2 Sept. 1896 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) Allen md. (i) 14 Nov. 1915 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Howard Johnny Lentell Lipe b. 16 May 1886 Clarendon, 
Donley, Texas d. 13 Jan. 1944 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California son of 
Amos Valentine and Willie (Perry) Lipe. 

Md. (2) 16 Sept. 1949 Yuma, Yuma, Arizona Oscar Joseph Lindscy b. 10 
Sept. 1897, Jefferson, Florida son of William James and Jessie loJa (Huggiiis) 




Wirmie Mae and Ira Anderson 




Charles - Grandchildren _„ 

Lindsey. Address: 901 W. 1 8th St., Los Angeles, California. 
Children. 

1. THELMA PAULINE LIFE b. 22 Nov. 1917 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 

2. MELZA NADINELIPEb. 4 Sept, 1919 Humbolt, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. ANITA ARIEL LIFE b. I May 1921 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. NORMA LEE LIFE b. 1 8 May 1924 Inglewood, Los Angeles, California 

5. BARBARA JEAN LIFE b. I May 1932 San Bernardino, San Bernardino, 
California 

6. GEORGIA LYNN LIFE b. 12 July 1934 Eugene, Lane, Orecon 

PRESTON HOPKINS ALLEN b. 1 8 Aug. 1 899 Mesa. Maricopa . 
Arizona son of Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) Allen md . 
17 Sept, 1 921 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona Cora Ellsworth b. i 
Jan. 1904 Pinetop, Navajo, Arizona d a u, of Byron and Clara 
Jane (Hall) Ellsworth, (div. ) Children, 

1. ELLEN ELAINE ALLEN b. 14 June 1923 Los Angeles, Los Preston 
Angeles, California Allen 

2. DORIS DEAN ALLEN b. 3 Jan. 1925 Inglewood, Los Angeles, California 

BENJAMIN JONES ALLEN b. 30 Oct. 1901 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) Allen md. 5 June 1925 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Josephine Robinson b. 22 Dec. 1902 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah dau. of Joseph Eldridge and Willmia (Brown) Robinson. Children. 

1. JOSEPH ROBINSON ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 
1926 Prescon, Yavapai, Arizona 

2. BENJAMIN ROBINSON ALLEN b. 6 
Sept. 1927 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. EUGENE ROBINSON ALLEN b. 27 June 
1929 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

Ben and Josephine 4. WILMA JOYCE ALLEN b. 19 Mar. 

(Robinson) Allen 1931 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
5. SHARON GAY ALLEN b. 9 Aug. 1937 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 
.6. SHEILA ANN ALLEN b. 1 5 June 1939 Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Calif. 
Ben filled a Mission and has been a part-time missionary in the Prescott 
Branch for seven years. Both he and Josephine are active in the Church. Two 
of their sons are in the Mission Field, Joseph in the Mexican, and Eugene in 
the Argentine. 

WILLIAM JONES ALLEN b. 23 Apr. 1904 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. I 
Mar. I 944 Phoenix. Maricopa, Arizona son of Charles Hopkins and Annie 
Eliza (Jones) Allen md. 6 Nov. 1937 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona Marjory 
Evelyne Thorp b. 20 Sept, 191 6 Throckmorton, Throckmorton, Texas dau. of 
John Wesley and Ora Jane (Donnell) Thorp. Children, 

I. MARJORY LOU ALLEN b. 1 Aug. 1938 Phoenix. Maricopa, Arizona 




228 



Charles - Grandchildren 




Billie Ruth 

Allen 
Evelynne 

Thorp 
Marjorie 

Lou 
Allen 




Bill Allen 



2. BILLIE RUTH ALLEN b. i8 Aug. 1943 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 
Evelynne grew up in Texas and due to her health came to Arizona. She 
and Bill met while they were both working in PhoenLx. Through him she join- 
ed the Chureh and has been an active worker. After Bill's death she worked 
as a practical nurse. Their second child was born blind with congenital gla- 
coma. At the present time she is in charge of the blood bank at the Maricopa 
County Hospital. 




The Eliza 

Roxy Allen 

McClendon 

Family 



ELIZA ROXY ALLEN b. 18 Sept. 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Charles Hopkins and Annie Eliza (Jones) Allen md. 25 Nov. 1924 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona James Howard McClendon b. 8 Oct. 1903 Rexburg, Fremont, 
Idaho son of William Thomas and Edith Woodward (Fuller) McClendon. 
Children. 

1. LEONA McCLENDON b. 12 Dec. 1925 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. WILLIAM ALLEN McCLENDON b. 25 July 1 928 Pine, Gila. Arizona 

3. HAZEL McCLENDON b. 4 Sept, 1930 Vernal, Uinta, Utah d. 6 Feb. 
1944 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 



Charles - Grandchildren 229 

4. LAWRENCE ALLEN McCLENDON b. 16 July l932Pine. Gila. Arizona 

5. SHIRLEY MCC4.ENDON b. l6jan. 1935 Pine. Gila, Arizona 

6. EUGENE McCLENDON b. I o July 1937 Pine, Gila, Arizona 

7. LORENA McCLENDON b. 20 July 1940 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. LORANA McCLENDON b. 20 July 1940 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

9. JAMES HOWARD McCLENDON. JR. b. 2 Oct. i944Phoenb(. Maricopa. 
Arizona 

10. CLARENCE L. ALLEN McCLENDON b. 7 Mar. 1 949 Mesa. Maricopa. 
Arizona 

Roxie and Howard lived most of their lives in the Pine area until 1937 when 
they moved to Mesa for their daughter's health. He has worked in Hawaii, 
Central America, and Arabia. 

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by CHARLES 

W,ARNER HAROLD ALLEN b. 26 Sept. 1894 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Warner Hoopes and Frances Busby (Peterson) Allen md. (i) 12 April 1916 
Emma Rebecca Holt b. 17 Aug. 1899 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee dau, of 
Adam Clark and J. Florence (Foster) Holt. (div. ) Md. (2) Mary Smith . 
Children. 

1. EMMA DOROTHY ALLEN b. 25 Sept. 1 91 6 Mesa^ Maricopa, Arizona 
d. 25 Sept. 1 91 6 

2. HAROLD LEE ALLEN b. 21 Sept. 1 91 7 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. WAYNE HOLT ALLEN b. 1 6 Oct. 1 91 8 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. FLORENCE FANNIE ALLEN b. 5 May 1 920 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
d, 23 Jan. 1923 

5. MARJORIE MABEL ALLEN b. 30 Nov. 1 921 Chino Valley. Yavapai, 
Arizona 

ADELAIDE BERNICE ALLEN b. 7 Sept. 1896 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Wamer Hoopes and Frances 
Busby (Peterson) Allen md. Harold Dwight Despain b. 2\ 
Nov, 1893 Granite, Salt Lake, Utah son of Oscar Newell 
and Lizzie Adell (Boyce) Despain, 

Bemice and Harold are both returned missionaries and ■"' •*' " ' ' ""r^-"* 
are active in the Prescott Branch. He is a stonemason and Harold and 
Conuactor. Be mice Despain 

MERLE MAESER ALLEN b. 4 Aug. 1898 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Warner Hoopes and Frances Busby (Peterson) Allen md. 6 Oct. 1920 Chino, 
Yavapai, Arizona Centenna Hay more b. 6 Oct. 1901 Colonia Oaxaca. Sonora , 
Mexico dau. of Franklin Demarcus and Pearl Melissa (Wilson) Haymore, 
Children, 

1. ADONNA BERNICE ALLEN b. 1 4 Nov, 1 92 1 PreScott. Yavapai, Arizona 

2. TENNA JOAN ALLEN b. 1 9 Mar, 1924 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 





The Merle Allen Family 



23° Charles - Great Grandchildren 

3. MERLE MAESER 
\LLEN, JR, b. 6 June 
1932 Prescott, Yavapai, 
Arizona. 

Merle a.nd Centenna 
reside in Prescott from 
where he operates two 
wholesale grocery ware- 
houses, one in Prescott 
and one in Clarkdale. 
They have been blessed 
with the privilege of do- 
ing missionary work in 
this area and he has been 

President of the Arizona District of the California Mission. Tenna has worked 

diligently beside him in the Church. He has also been active in Civic affairs. 

They both bear strong testimonies of the Gospel. 

MABEL ALLEN b. 24 Nov. 1905 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona dau. of Warner Hoopes and Frances Busby (Peter- 
son) Allen md. 29 Oct, 1928 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Verd Arthur Hanks b. 1 2 June 1904 Grover, Wayne, Utah 
son of Walter Ernest and Mary Ellen (Stewart) Hanks 

Children. 

the Verd Hanks Family 

1. FANNIE ELLEN HANKS b. 30 Dec. 1930 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

2. VERD ALLEN HANKS b. 21 Aug, 1933 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona d. 
25 Aug. 1944 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. SUE NANCY HANKS b. 4 Nov. 1936 Prescon, Yavapai, Arizona 
Mabel and Verd are active Church workers and missionaries. He has filled 

two missions. He has made his living as a salesman and at present is selling 
groceries. 





JOSEPH LEE ALLEN b. 

23 Apr. 1 908 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona son of War- 
ner Hoopes and Frances 
Busby (Peterson) Allen md. 

24 Oct. 1 930 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Vergie 

Wilkins b. 4 June 191 1 Franklin, Greenlee, Arizona dau. of Earley Jeptha and 
Carrie Mae (Gale) Wilkins. Children. 

1. VIRGINIA LOUISE ALLEN b. 9 Jan. 1 933 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

2. BARBARA JO ALLEN b. ii Feb. 1 936 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 



The Joseph Lee Allen Family 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 



231 



Joseph and Vergie have filled many positions in the Prescott Branch and 
have considered no request too large for their church. He is at present Mayor 
of Prescott. He filled a Southern States Mission. Thfey own a food locker 
plant in Prescott. 



"Vpif^ 




RICHARD MICHAEL 
ALLEN b. S.June 1911 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
son of Warner Hoopes and 
Frances Busby (Peterson) 
Allen md. i Feb. 1935 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Velma Lucile Christensen 
b. 6 Jan. 1910 St. David, 
Cochise. Arizona dau. of ^he Richard Michael Allefi Family 

Alfonzo and Mignon (Curtis) Christensen. Children. 

1. BROOKIE JAM AR ALLEN b. 7 Feb. 1936 Prescott. Yavapai. Arizona 

2. RICHARD MICHAEL ALLEN, JR. b. 5 Feb. 1937 Prescott , Yavapai, 
Arizona 

3. WARNER HELLER ALLEN b. 3 Feb. 1942 Prescott, Yavapai. Arizona d. 
26 Mar. 1944 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

4. ORIS FONZ ALLEN b. 3 May 1 944 Prescott, Yavapai. Arizona 

5. CHRISTI MARILLA ALLEN b. 29 Apr. 1 948 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

6. JON KENNETH ALLEN b. 31 Mar. 1951 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
Richard and Velma have filled many Church offices faithfully. He filled 

a mission in the East Central States and she filled a mission in the Eastern 
States. He is in the retail grocery business, and is a Board member of the 
Prescott Community Hospital. She has been especially active in Civic organ- 
izations connected with the schools, and her musical talents have enabled her 
to be useful for the Church and community. 

CHARLES ASHAEL ALLEN b. 3 1 July 1896 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
John Seymour and Barbara Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 2 Apr. 191 9 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Ida Lillywhite b. 13 Oct. 1896 Woodruff, Navajo, Arizona 
dau. of Charles Wilden and Margaret (Coplan) Lillywhite. Children. 

1. ELMA ALLEN b. 10 Jan. 1 920 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DONETTA ALLEN b. 23 Aug. 1921 Gilben, Maricopa, Arizona d. 12 
June 1925 

3. ASHAEL LESTER ALLEN b. 24 Sept. 1924 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
Califomia 

4. GEORGE WILDEN ALLEN b. 2 Apr. 1 930 Hollywood, Los Angeles, 
Califomia 

Ashael early (six years) learned the power of prayer. One dark night he 
lost h i s prize top and after a fruitless search he remembered the teachings of 
his parents about prayer. In all confidence he prayed to find his top and his 



232 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

prayer was granted. He was a mischievous boy in school and got the blame for 
many things he didn't do. He helped his mother milk cows to keep his father 
in the mission field. While working in Bluewater, New Mexico he was called 
to the Southern States Mission, He started out with a hat, a suit case, and one 
shirt besides what he wore. His Aunt Hattie Miller stopped him and told him 
to come in and she supplied him with many of the necessities for missionary 
life. As his mission was during the first world war he was often called a 
"slacker". He was m o b b e d once and had the unusual experience of being 
poisoned once by a woman who much to her surprise found him alive the next 
morning. She said she was testing the Lord concerning, "These signs shall 
follow them that believe, they could drink deadly poison and it should not hurt 
them, " He was sick all the next day but kept on working. 

He was blessed with many manifestations of the Spirit. On one occasion 
he saw many devils enter a building. He and his companion were sent to a 
small settlement to dedicate a member's grave. As it was Sunday, they 
announced they would hold a meeting at the schoolhouse at 8 o'clock (the re- 
gular tirpe and meeting place of another church, ) Everyoqe came out to see 
who would hold the meeting and the preacher of the ojther church was very 
angry. Ashael told him that the Lord said, "If you are not one, you are not 
mine", and suggested that they hold their meeting together. After much 
haggling Ashael was assigned to preach first. After his sermon and dismissal he 
took a seat in the audience and exercised all faith that no evil spirits would be 
able to operate that evening. (His companion secretly hoped that they would 
as he wanted to see the show. ) As the other minister conducted the service of 
song and prayer, Ashael sat and perspired until he was wringing wet. Sudden- 
ly, the spirits camel "I saw them enter in at a forty-five degree angle just 
below the ceiling on both sides; one of them struck me in the spine from one 
end to the other; At that instant the preacher began to shake and tremble and 
jumped up and down, a woman (who seemed to be one of the leaders) had a 
baby, a few months old, on her lap, she was sitting on the stand; she jumped 
up and the baby rolled onto the floor. The whole house was in an uproar. I 
looked at my companion and he had a very distressed look on his face. I 
nodded toward the door and he immediately got up and started for the door. 
The people commenced to shout "You can't endure sound doctrine". They 
went out of the building to a clump of oaks and he asked his companion if he 
had enough, and the companion agreed that he had. They knelt in prayer and 
then returned to the schoolhouse and commanded that through the priesthood 
they held that the spirits deparw The house became so quiet that you could 
hear a pin drop, and they were grateful that they had been masters of the 
situation. 

After his marriage to Ida, they moved to Los Angeles where he worked for 
the police department until his retirement in 1943, Since then he and his wife 
have filled another mission in the Spanish-American Mission and are at present 
farming in Farmington, New Mexico. 

Ida and her family were driven from Mexico by the Revolutionists. She 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 233 

worked at the O. S. Stapley Hardware Co. as secretary until her marriage to 
AshaeU 




George, Elma, Ida, Ashael and Lester Allen, 



BLANCHE ALLEN b. 1 5 Feb. 1 898 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona da u. of John 
Seymour and Barbara Ann (Phelps) Allen md, 3 June 1923 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Joseph Collins Leavitt b. 20 June 1899 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Lyman and Ann Eliza (Hakes) Leavitt. Children all born at Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona. 

1. JOSEPH ALLEN LEAVITT b. 8 July 1 924 

2. BERT RANDALL LEAVITT b. 29 Sept. 1925 

3. MONET A LEAVITT b. 29 Sept. 1927 

4. FLOYD LYMAN LEAVITT b. 8 June 1929 

5. JOHN SEYMOUR LEAVITT b. I/May I93id. Ii May 1932 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona 

6. JOE ANN LEAVITT b. 18 Dec. 1932 

7. BARBARA LEAVITT b. 26 Aug. 1934 




The Joseph Leavitt Family (Blanche Allen) 



234 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

8. FAWN LE.AVITT b. 4 Mar. 193S 

y. FERN LEAVITT )?. 1 9 Sept. 1939 

Joe and Blanche have lived in Arizona all their lives. Joe grew up in Pine 
and filled a mission in the Southern States. In Auguest, 1925 he became a city 
of Mesa Police officer and has served as a police officer ever since. He is active 
as a High Priest in the Mesa Second Ward and is a Ward Teacher. Blanche, being 
one of the older children in the family, was very responsible in helping with 
the younger children. She became her father's helper milking cows when they 
found that being around cows helped her lose a hacking cough which developed 
in the winters. 

She developed a severe case o f typhoid fever while her father was in the 
mission field and she was told that if she would be good that Ashael would give 
her a pony (Peggy) for her very own. After her recovery, Peggy and Blanche 
spent many days playing hookey from school. Blanche attended school at 
Tempe Normal and later taught at St. Johns before her marriage. Her stead- 
fastness and tenacity has been a source of inspiration to all. Joe and Blanche 
have lived humbly and faithfully, teaching their family to do the same. 







^: 



HYRUM LOREN ALLEN b. 7 
Oct. 1901 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona son of John Seymour and 
Barbara Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 
I June 1929 Rita Kcmpton b. 8 
Sept. [902 Saf ford, Graham, 
Arizona dau. of Ira N. and Maude 
(Packer) Kempton. 
Lorcn and riira (Kemoton) Allen Loren and Rita have been 

active in Churcn and Civic organizations. They are both experienced school 
teachers having taken special training at the University of Southern California 
at Los Angeles. He is now serving as 2nd Counselor in the Mesa Stake Presi- 
dency and is farming for a living. 



JtM 4t\m^ 




Paul Crandall, Sr. and Barbara Allen 

Barbara Jean, Paul Jr. , Wilford, 
Don, Charles and J'lhn Allen 




^<34- .-fe 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 235 

BARBARA ALLEN b. 5 Oct. 1903 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona dau. of John 
Seymour and Barbara Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 16 June 1924 Gilbert, Maricopa. 
Arizona Paul Leslie Crandall b. 28 Nov. 1901 Layton, Graham. Arizona son 
of Myron Marcellus and Clara Mabel (Packer) Crandall. Children all born in 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. 

1. BARBARA JEAN CRANDALL b. 3 June 1926 

2. PAUL LESLIE CRANDALL, JR, b. 5 June 1 928 

3. WILFORD MYRON CRANDALL b. 21 Oct. 1931 

4. DON ASHAEL Ci-.ANDALL b, 31 July 1933 

5. CHARLES LEE CRANDALL b. 21 Dec. 1 935 

6. JOHN ALLEN CRANDALL b. 26 Sept. 1 937 

Barbara and Paul grew up in the Salt River and Gila valleys. Both have 
filled many positions of leadership in Church and Civic organizations; Bar- 
bara has served on the Primary Stake Board for 20 years and has participated 
with Paul in Arizona politics. Paul is an outstanding scoutcr and is a member 
of the Bishopric of the Mesa 1st Ward. 



JOHN R. ALLEN b. 29 
Oct. 1905 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona son of John Seymour 
and Barbara Ann (Phelps) 
Allen md, 25 Nov. 1-929 Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia Delia A n n Freestone 
b. 10 Dec. 1906 Safford, 
Graham, Arizona dau. of 
George and Charlotte (Pack- 
er) Freestone, Children. 

1, MARVIN CHARLES 
ALLEN b. II Mar. 1 93 1 Los 
Angeles d. 15 Mar.' 1931 

2. JOHN WILLIAM AL- 
LEN b. 21 Jan. 1934 Globe, 
Gila, Arizona 

3. ROBERT DANIEL ALLEN b. 22 Sept. 1938 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

4, DELIA LILLIAN ALLEN b. 12 Mar. I 946 Mesa. Maricopa. Arizona, 
(adopted) d. 17 Sept. 1950 (sealed 12 July 1950 in Logan Temple). 

John "Bat" and Delia grew up in the Mesa area and took an active part in 
the Church. As they grew older and married tliey were able to work together 
in many of their Church activities. They both came from farm families and 
obtained college edujations. "Bat" was an outstanding athlete and later did 
a lot of coaching. He has served as Superintendent of the Fort Grant Industrial 
School for boys, Dean of Men at Arizona State College and farmed besides his 
teaching. In recent years he has mainly farmed and carried on various busi- 
ness interests. 




DeAnn, Johnny, Bobby, John and Delia 



230 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

When theirsonjohn was six years old he becanne desperately ill with a kid- 
ney ailment, (nephritis). His condition became so serious he was given 24 
hours to live. Thatnight John and Delia called in two newly returned mission- 
aries to administer to him and he was promised that he would live and be well 
and suong. The next morning the doctor was astonished at the change that had 
come over the patient. Within a week all signs of the sickness had. left him . 
Today Johnny is an outstanding collegiate athlete. 

Besides teaching school and farming Delia and John have served many hours 
each week in the Church. He is at present Bishop of the Mesa Ninth Ward. 
Their adopted daughter recently passed away after a short illness-of leukemia. 




Mary, Gove Jr. 

Gary, Maggie, 

Gove Sr. , and 

Loren 



GOVE LIAHONA ALLEN b. 26 July 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona d. 26 
Sept. 1951 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of John Seymour and Barbara 
Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 19. May 1933 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Mary Magda- 
lene Pace b. 9 Sept. 191 3 Woodruff, Navajo, Arizona dau. of James Byrum 
and Adeline (Savage) Pace. Children. 

1. GOVE LIAHONA ALLEN, JR. b. 2 June 1925 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah 

2. GARY BYRUM ALLEN b. 1 5 Mar. 1 938 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 

3. MARY JANEANNE ALLEN b. 8 Nov. 1941 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 

4. LOREN PACE ALLEN b. 22 Dec. 1 946 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 

Gove grew up in the Mesa and Gilbert area and was outstanding for his 
athletic ability. Shortly before completing college at Flagstaff he rec eived 
a call to the Eastern States Mission. While in the Mission Field he and his 
companion played basketball with the Hancock Pippins of Hancock County , 
Maryland. A week before a big tournament they received their transfer to 
another part of the Mission. The manager sent in a petition to the Mission 
President requesting them to stay longer. About fifty people signed it, among 
whom were the Catholic Father, Protestant Ministers, bankers, and prominent 
business men of the town. They were allowed to stay to play the game and 




Charles - Grcar Grairdchildren 237 

they won. At the close of the season Gove was presented with a trophy for being 
the most valuable player and best support on the team. Many doors were 0- 
pened to them through this activity. Upon his return home he completed school 
and began teaching Industrial Arts. He married Maggie Pace who had grown 
up in Woodruff and who had also-b een a student at Flagstaff College. They 
both were active school teachers. He served as Bishop of Fort Thomas Ward 
for a short time before moving to Colorado to g^ his Master of Arts Degree. 
He became ill with leukemia so he moved his family to Mesa so he could get 
them established before his death. Since his death Maggie has continued teach- 
ing school. His children take a prominent part in school and Church activities 
in Mesa. 



Waldo Allen, Mary 

Waldo and 

Marion 



MARY ALLEN b. I Sept. igioMesa, Maricopa. Arizona dau. of John Sey- 
mour and Barbara Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 1 Aug, 1935 Santa Ana, Orange, 
California Waldo Collins Hardison b. 3 i Dec.. 1 898 Santa Panea, California 
son of Edwin A. and Mary (Walker) Hardison. Children. 

1. WALDO ALLEN HARDISON b. 10 Oct. 1 936 Ajo, Pima, Arizona 

2. MARION WALKER HARDISON b. 6 Mar. 1938 Ajo, Pima, Arizona 
Mary and Waldo live in Vallejo, California where they are active in the 

Church. Mary taught school before her marriage and has continued teaching 
whenever the occasion arose. 



RUSSELL HOOPES ALLEN b . 7 
July 1914 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona son of John Seymour and Bar- 
bara Ann (Phelps) Allen md. 4 
June 1938 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Eva Webb b. 6 Sept. 
1915 Tucson, Pima. Arizona dau. 
of Albert Dorus anl3 7angie Mae 
(Winn) Webb. Children. 

1. VANGIE MAE ALLEN b. 18 
Nov. 1939 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. LOA ALLEN b. 13 Apr. [943 
Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. ROZETTA ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 
1946 Farmington, ^^^ J^an, New 
Mexico d. 6 Aug. 1946 




Loa, Russell, Eva, Sandra, 
and Vangie Mae 




Lois Ann, Lois, Donna Sue, Ben, Jeanette 



238 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

4. SANDER ALLEN b. 31 May 1951 Farmington, San Juan, New Mexico 
Russell and Eva are both native Arizonans. He filled a mission to the Sa- 
moan Islands and she filled one to the Eastern States. Russell was successful in 
athletics in high school and was an agricultural student at the A. C. in Logan . 
At present they are living in Kirtland, New Mexico where he is the vocational 
agriculture instructor at the High School. He and his family are all active in 
the Church. 

BEN RICH ALLEN b. 
5 June 1 91 6 Gilbert, 
Maricopa, Arizona son 
of John Seymour and 
Barbara Ann (Phelps) Al- 
len md. 29 July 1940 
Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona Lois Palmer b. 26 
Feb. 1918 Taylor, Na- 
vajo, Arizona dau. of 
Wesley and Lillian Ann 
(Bushman) Palmer. 
Children. 

1. LOIS ANN ALLEN b. 18 Mar. 1 943 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DONNA SUE ALLEN b. 16 Dec. 1945 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. JEANETTE ALLEN b. 18 July 1 948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Ben spent his youth in Mesa, Goodyear, Gilbert and Chandler. He attend- 
ed Mesa Union High School and upon graduation received the "Powers Award" 
for scholarship, leadership and athletics. He is an Osteopathic Physician and 
Surgeon in Mesa where he also owns his own clinic and hospital. He is on the 
committee for Arizona Hospital Inspection. 

He filled an Argentine mission from 1937 to 1940 and has been active with 
the Spanish American Ward in Mesa. He has also been Scout Master in the 
Mesa First Ward. His wife, Lois grew up in Mesa and has been outstanding in 
Church activities. 

At present Ben and Lois are serving in the Uraguayan Mission where he is 
Counselor to the Mission President, 



JOSEPH SEYMOUR ALLEN b, 5 
Nov. 1 917 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
copa, Arizona son of John Sey- 
mour and Barbara Ann (Phelps) Al- 
len md. 27 A p r . 1 939 Henrietta 
Gietz b. 28 Nov. i92oSafford, 
Graham, Arizona dau, of Charles 
and Bertha (Morris) Gietz. Children. 

I. JOAN ALLEN b. 22 Mar. 




Henrietta and Joseph Allen 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 229 

1941 Safford, Graham, Arizona 

2. JUDY ALLEN b. 6 Nov. 1943 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

3. ELIZABETH ALLEN b. 1 3 Apr. l946Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

4. MILDRED JEAN ALLEN b. 3 July 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Ajit.ona 

5. JOSEPH CHARLES ALLEN b. 6Mayl952. Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Joe grew up in Gilbert and Mesa and graduated with honors from the Mesa 

High School. He was awarded a trophy for being outstandirs , in sportsmanship, 
scholarship, and leadership. As a Freshman he played football on the Varsir\' 
Team with his older brothers Ben and* Russell. He attended Gila College at 
Thatcher where he met and married Henrietta. He has made his living in the 
mines, carpentering and farming. Henrietta is an experienced stenographer. 
Their oldest daughter was badly burned on the back when she was four years 
old which required skin grafting. Due to the administrations of the elders she 
was able to leave the hospital much sooner than the doctors expected. 



Ralph and Hortense 



Gerald, Ivis, Esther, Madge, Milton, 
Bob, Helen and Clifford 





HORACE RALPH FULLER b. 26 Nov. 1894 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Horace Cornelius and Adelaide Cedilla (Allen) Fuller md. 29 Apr. 1917 
Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona Hortense McCle Han b. 22 Sept. 1900 Colonia 
Juarez, Chi., Mexico dau. of David Alvin and Esther (Turley) McClellan. 
Children. 

1. HORACE ALVIN FULLER b. 2 Sept. 1918 Chandler. Maricopa, Arizona 
d. 9 June 1 91 9 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. GERALD RALPH FULLER b. 8 Sept. 1 9 19 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. IVIS FULLER b. 27 Mar. 1921 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. ESTHER FULLER b. 8 Feb. 1 923 Mesa,- Maricopa, Arizona 

5. MADGE FULLER b. 25 Dec. 1924 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. MILTON EUGENE FULLER- b. 27 Aug. 1926 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. ROBERT F. FULLER b. 3 1 May 1929 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

8. PATRICIA HELEN DULLER b. 2 Dec. 1 932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

9. CLIFFORD LACEY FULLER b. 6 July 1938 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Ralph and Hortense Fuller live in Mess, where he is a plastering contractor. 

They have both been very active in the Church. Ralph was reared in the Mesa 
area, while Hortense spent her early life in the Church colonies in Mexico be- 
fore the revolution. Ralph has filled three Stake missions and four of their 
children have served in the Mission Field. 



ELIZABETH ADELAIDE FULLER b, 26 Mar. 1897 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



240 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

dau. of Horace Cornelius and Adelaide Cedilla (Allen) Fuller md. 24 Nov. 5 
1917 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona David Kenneth De Witt b. 16 Dec. 1894 Spring- 
erville, Apache, Arizona son of Abel Alexander and Caroline (Skousen) DeWitt . 
Children. 

1. ELEANOR GAYLE DEWITT b. 1 6 Aug. 1918 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. ELIZABETH ADELAIDE DEWITT b. 2 Nov. 1 919 Chandler, Maricopa, 
Arizona 

3. CAROLINE LARUE DEWITT b. 8 May 1 92 1 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

4. JOYCE KAY DEWITT b. 9 July 1929 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Elizabeth and Ken- 
neth spent their early 
years in Mesa and 
Springe rville, Ken- 
neth's people later 
moved to the Gila Val- 
ley. He lost bis left 
hand in a hunting acci- 
dent while in his early 
teens. His family later 
moved to Chandler 
where he and Elizabeth 
met and were married. 
Elizabeth taught in the 
Chandler public school 

and was active in the Church. Since their family grew up, Elizabeth returned 
to teaching for four years before traveling with her husband in his highway con- 
m 




Betty, Elizabeth, Kenneth, Carol 
Joyce and Gayle 



Johnny, David, 

John, 
Lillian, Sylvi?.-^ 
and Cheryl 




JOHN SEYMOUR FULLER b, 15 Feb, 1901 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 241 

Horace Cornelius and Adelaide Cedilla (Ail en) Fuller md. 28 July 1926 Logan 
Cache, Utah Lillian Hulet b. 21 Oct. 1906 Alu, Teton, Wyoming dau, of 
Sylvester Silas and Sara Ann (Dalley) Hulet. Children, 

1. ARLENE FULLER b. 28 Dec. 1 927 Chandler, Maricopa. Arizona d. 10 
Sept. 1945 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

2. JOHN SEYMOUR FULLER, JR. b. 9 Jan. 1931 Phoenix. Maricopa, 
Arizona 

3. SYLVIA FULLER b. 2 Oct. 1 935 Phoenix, Marlcpra, Arizona 

4. DAVID ADRIAN FULLER b. 29 Nov. 1944 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

5. CHERYL FULLER b. 29 Aug. 1949 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
John grew up in Mesa and Chandler before going to the University at Tucson 

to get his degree in Agriculture. He sang In the University Ouanet and Glee 
Club and w a s a polo player on the team which held the championship of the 
southwest for three consecutive years. He was an expert horseman and rifle- 
man. Besides teaching and farming he has done lots of writing of pageants, 
plays, editorials, articles, poetry and songs. 

Lillian grew up in Driggs, Idaho, but went to high school at Tucson for 
three years where she met John. She returned to finish school, after which she 
was Deputy County Clerk, Ex-officia Auditor and Recorder for Teton County 
Idaho until she was married. They are both active Church workers. 



Ann, Faun, 
Dena, Donald, 
Orin and 
Janet Fuller 




ORIN C. FULLER b. 8 Aug. 1903 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Horace 
Cornelius and Adelaide Cedilla (Allen) Fuller md. 7 Apr. 1932 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Faun Ellsworth b. 30 Mar. 1905 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona dau. 
o f George Franklin and Sarah Maria (Follett) Ellsworth. Children all born In 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona. 

1. JANET FULLER b. 29 Jan. 1 933 

2. ANN FULLER b. lo Feb. 1935 

3. DENA FULLER b. 6 May 1 938 

4. DONALD ORIN FULLER b. 18 Mar. 1 945 




Mabel, Joel, Charles, MoFgan, Stephen, 
Earnest, and Shauna 



^4^ Charles - Great Grandchildren 

Orin and Faun live in Mesa where he farms and has various other invest- 
ments. Orin's youth was spent on a ranch where he learned to handle animals. 
He became a school teacher after filling a mission in die Northern States. He 
was Principal of the Alma school for ten years. 

Faun is a trained librarian and teacher. They have both been outstanding 
in their Church activities, she in the Relief Society and he in the Seventies. 

MABELCLARINDA 
PETERSON b. 23 Oct. 
191 1 Mesa, Maricopa 
Arizona dau. of Char- 
les H. and Adelaide 
Cedilla (Allen Fuller) 
Peterson md. 29 May 
1 939 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Earnest Mor- 
gan Skinner b. 29July 
1916 Nounan, Bear 
Lake, Idaho son o f 
Neph) and Etta May 
(Morgan) Skinner. Children. 

1. EARNEST MORGAN SKINNER, JR. b. 28 Apr. 1 940 Logan. Cache, Utah 

2. CHARLES ALLEN SKINNER b. 16 Oct. 1942 Farmington, Davis, Utah 

3. STEPHEN WAYNE SKINNER b. 3 Mar. 1 946 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

4. SHAUNA SKINNER b. 26 Apr. 1 948 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

5. JOEL MICHAEL SKINNER b. i4Feb. 1951 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

6. DAVID PETERSON SKINNER b. 9 May 1952 Montpelier. Idaho 
Mabel grew up in the Mesa area, studied business at Lamson's College in 

Phoenix and worked at the Highway Department. She graduated from Arizona 
State College in Tempe, taught school in Mesa, and was later made secretary 
to the Superintendent of the Mesa Grade Schools. Earnest grew up on a ranch 
in Idaho and was educated at Logan A. C. They both filled a Mission to the 
Eastern States before their marriage and have continued in their Church activi- 
ties. He is a member of the Bannock Stake Presidency and is Principal of the 
Bannock Stake Seminary. She has been outstanding in music. 

Thomas Raymond Wilcox b. 28 Aug. 1 895 Littleton, Morgan. Utah son of 
Thomas Feris and Eliza (Criddle) Wilcox md. i Jan. i924Humbolt, Yavapai, 
Arizona Mattie Ella Sampson (div. 1926). 

Feris C li fford Wilcox b. 12 Dec. 1897 Littleton, Morgan, Utah son of 
Thomas Feris and Eliza (Criddle) Wilcox md. 14 Aug. 1918 Prescon, Yava- 
pai, Arizona Ouida Farley b. 24 Aug. 1900 Jerome, Yavapai, Arizona dau. 
of James iVL and Jennie (Green) Farley. Children. 

1. James Feris Wilcox b. 17 July 1919 Hayden, Pinal, Arizona 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 



243 




2. Thomas Clifford Wilcox b. 26 Nov. 
1 921 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona. 



Thomas, Margie, Feris, Ouida 
and James Wilcox 



Alice Lovenia Wilcox b. 10 Sept. 1899 Garland, Box Elder, Utah dau, of 
Thomas Feris and Eliza (Criddle) Wilcox md, 8 Dec. 192381. Johns, Apache. 
Arizona Claude Lee b. 14 Oct. 1898 Nutrioso, Apache, Arizona son of John 
Willard and Lucinda (Clark) Lee. Children. 

1. Lawrence Willard Lee b. 18 Sept. 1924 St. Johns. Apache, Arizona d. 
22 Feb. 1930 Nutrioso, Apache, Arizona 

2. Hazel Lee b. 26 Feb. 1929 Nutrioso, Apache, Arizona 

3. Karau Feris Lee b. 10 Jan. . 1937 St, Johns, Apache, Arizona 

Hazel Wilcox b. 3 May 1902, Farm- 
ington, Davis, Utah dau. of Thomas 
Feris and Eliza (Criddle) Wilcox md. 26 
May 1924 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
Arizona Weaver Beltram Wren b. 27 
Dec. 1899 Rock Springs, Texas son of 
John C, and Bessie (Weaver) Wren. 
Children. 

I. Laurance.Thomas Wren b. 3 
Jan. 1925 Chino Valley, Yavapai, 
Arizona 

2. Howard Clinton Wren b. 5 Jan. 1926 Chino Valley, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. Richard Beltram Wren b. 8 Mar. 1940 Flagstaff, Coconino, Arizona 



Belva Wilcox b. 12 Oct. 1904 
Farmington, Davis, Utah dau. of 
Thomas Feris and Eliza (Criddle) 
Wilcox md. 4 Feb. 1 924 Prescott , 
Yavapai, Arizona George B. Jones 
b. 23 Dec. 1898 Camp Verde, 
Yavapai, Arizona son of William 
A. and Martha Jane (Human) 
Jones. Children. 

I. Marjorie Yvonne Jones b. 
25 Nov. 1924 Chino Valley. Ya- 
vapai, Arizona 




Laurance, Weaver, Howard, 
Richard and Hazel. 




Norma, James Brown, Marjorie, 
Belva and George 



M4 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

2. Lloyd Jones b. and d. i8 Aug. 1927 Chino Valley, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. Norma Louise Jones b. 10 Feb. 1930 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 




Judith and Donald 



JUDITH WILCOX b. 5 Aug. l9l5Mesa, 
Arizona dau. ofThomasFerisand Clarinda 
Knapp (Allen) Wilcox md. (i) 17 Oct. 
1932 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona Russel 
Alexander Nicoll*b. 4 Apr. 1910 Fort 
Wingate, McKinley, New Mexico son of 
Joseph Franklin and Sarah Matilda (Butler) 
Nicoll. Md. (2) 2 Feb. 1942 Lordsburg, 
Hidalgo, New Mexico Fred Arnold Lind 
b. 10 June 1904 Freepon, Stephenson, Illinois son of Walter E. and Anna (Mc- 
Mahon) Lind. Children. 

I. DONALD LEROY NICOLL b. 7 Jan. 1933 Chino Valley, Yavapai, Arizona 
Judith and Fred live in El Paso and are in the automotive upholstery and 
glass installation business. She has been a Primary secretary and teacher. 



ibStS^ 



PEARL ALLEN b. 29 
Aug. 1902 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona dau. of Eli- 
jah and Emma Pearl 
(NielsOn) Allen md. 9 
Oct. 1931 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Daniel 
Drew Jorgensen b. 7 Oct, 
1900 American Fork, Utah^ 
Utah son of Daniel H. and 
Eva (Cunningham) Jor- 
genson. Children. Marianne, Drew, Pearl and David 

1. DAVID DREW JORGENSEN b. 22 Apr. 1937 Provo, Utah, Utah 

2. MARIANNE PEARL JORGENSEN b. 26 Sept, 1940 Provo, Utah, Utah 
Pearl and Drew live in Ogden. They are both experienced teachers. Pearl 

worked at the home of Apostle John A. Widtsoe while attending the University 
of Utah. She is very talented In music and art. 

ELIJAH CECIL ALLEN b. 30 Jan. 1904 Mesa, Arizona son of 
Elijah and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md. 7 June 1930 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona Marilia Solomon b. 10 June 1 903 Shumway, Navajo, Arizona dau, of 
Edwin Drew and Eleanor (Jennings) Solomon. Children, 

1. CECIL NORRIS ALLEN b, 17 Feb. 1931 Phoenix, Maricopa. Arizona 

2. TERRY S. ALLEN b. 20 Dec. 1932 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. ELE ANOR PEARL ALLEN b. 9Mar. i936San Angelo, TomGreen, Texas 

4. JOHN LAWRENCE ALLEN b. 25 Mar. 1941 Brownwood, Brown, Texas 




Charles - Great Grandchildren 



245 



5. DWIGHT ALLEN b. 16 Dec. 1946 Albuquerque. Bernalillo, New,Mexico 

6. KENNETH GEORGE ALLEN b, 31 Dec. 1948 Winslow. Navajo, Arizona 
d. 2 Feb. 1949 Winslow, Navajo, Arizona 

Cecil and Rilla grew up in Arizona. He filled a mission in New Zealand 
and taught at the Maori Agricultural College. After his return he worked for 
the J. C. Penney Co. until the outbreak of the war. His war service was in the 
Pacific and he was released as a Major in the Air Force in 1946. Since his 
return he has worked as a J. C. Penney Co. Store Manager and they are now 
living in Winslow, Arizona. Cecil was the first Bishop of the Glendale, Ari- 
zona Ward. Wherever they have lived, they have been active in the Church. 



The 
Cecil Allen 
Family 





William Henry Harlcss Family 



THORA ALLEN b. Tj Nov. 1 905 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of Elijah 
and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md. I June 1928 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
William Henry Harless b. 14 Feb. 1902 Kelsey, Upshur, Texas son of William 
Crousin and Mary Matilda (Pennington) Harless. Children, 

1. WILLIAM HENRY HARLESS 
Jr. b. 18 Sept. 1929 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona 

2. KAY ALLEN HARLESS b. 
20 Jan. 1931 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona d. 9 Apr. 1 931 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

3. J. BRUCE HARLESS b. 6 June J 933 Phoenix. Maricopa, Arizona 

4. YVONNE HARLESS b. 2 July 1945 Thatcher, Graham. Arizona 

Bill and Thora are living in Thatcher where he is President of the Gila 
Junior College. He took his Ph. D. At Stanford University. He is widely ex- 
perienced in the field of education, having served at the Mesa Union High 
School, Tolleson Union High School, and as Director of Personnel at Arizona 
State College at Flagstaff. He has also been Director of Research for the Ari- 
zona State Department of Education, He is a member of the St. Joseph Stake 
High Council. Thora is an exceptional musician, excelling in piano. 

VILATE ALLEN b. 20 Nov. 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of Elijah 
and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md. 21 June 1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



2a6 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

Wilford Pratt Card on b. 28 Oct. 1909 Colonla Dublan, Chihuahua, Mexico 
son of Louis Paul and Irene (Pratt) Cardon. Children. 

1. MARILYN PEARL CARDON b. 24Julyl933 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. SlJSETTE VILATE CARDON b. 10 Apr. 1937 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 

3. WILFORD ALLEN CARDON b. 12 Dec. 1 939 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 

4. ELHAH ALLEN CARDON b. 5 Sept. 1941 Safford, Graham, Arizona 

5. KATHERINE CARDON b. 5 Mar. 1 946 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. CRAIG ALLEN CARDON b. 30 Dec, 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




The 

"Pat" Cardon 
Family 



Vilateand "Pat" live in Mesa where he is the wholesale dealer for the Shell 
Oil products in the Mesa area. They are both active Church workers, Vllate is 
well known for her violin music. Both are college graduates, Pat in Law and 
Vilate in Education. 



TAFT LA VERE ALLEN b. 3 Nov. 
1909 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Elijah and Emma Pearl (Niel- 
sen) Allen md. (1) 29 Sept. 1930 
-Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Bernice 
Lee. Md. (2) 14 Aug. 1931 Salt 
Lake City Marva Perkins. (3) 10 
Nov. 1935 Flagstaff, Coconino, 
Arizona Romona Mae Roth b, 18 
May i9i3Auston, Cook, Illinois 
dau. of Robert William and Jennie (Pruett) Roth, Children. 

1, VIRGINIA JANE ALLEN b, ii April 1937 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. KAREN JOAN ALLEN b. 31 July 1940 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 
Taft and Mona live in Ingleside, California where he is in the Real Estate 

business. 




Mona, Virginia, Karen and Taft 



FRIHOFF NIEL SON ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 191 1 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Elijah and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md, 17 Sept, 1935 Mesa, Maricopa , 
Arizona Cora Owens b. 13 June 1916 Heber, Navajo, Arizona dau. of Franklin 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 
Horace and Lucy Lenore (Eager) Owens. Children. 



247 




<U;VT?XUW«XEI< 



1. FRIHOFF GRANT 
ALLEN b. 26 Feb. 1936 
Tucson, Pirna, Arizona 

2. PATRICIA JO AL- 
LEN b. 16 May 1938 
Phoenix, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona 

3. SUZANNE ALLEN 
b. 24 June 1940 Phoenix, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

4. CLARK ELIJAH 
ALLEN b. II Nov. 1942 
Phoenix, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona 

5. DAVID KAY ALLEN b. 2i June 1 944 Phoenix, Maricopa, Aazona 

6. LINDA LAVERNE ALLEN b. 22 Aug. 1 947 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

7. LUCY LENORE ALLEN b. 18 Apr. 1950 Phoenix, Maricopa. Arizona 

8. CORA ALLEN b. 21 July 1951 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

Frihoff took an active part inoratory circles in Mesa during his school years. 
He worked for the J. C. Penney store for ten years being transferred several 
times during that period. Since 1937 he has sold life insurance. He and Cora 
have outstanding records in their Church work and have been active wherever 
his work called him. 






The Frihoff Allen Family 




Dclbert and 
Priscilla Layton 
Family 



PRISCILLA ALLEN b. 4Mar. 1914 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of Elijah 
and Ernma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md. 23 Dec. 1936 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 
Delbert Claridge Layton b. i i Jan. 1914 Eden, Graham, Arizona son of Leslie 
William and Elle:\(Grimshaw) Layton. Children. 

1. NELL LOUISE LAYTON b. 18 July 1937 Solomonsville, Graham. "Arizona 

2. DELBERT SCOTT LAYTON b. 26 Nov. 1939 Phoenix, Msricopa, Arizona 

3. SAMUEL ALLEN LAYTON b. 29 June 1 947 Phoenix, Maricopa. Arizona 

4. GAYLE LAYTON b. 29 June 1949 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 



2a8 Charlei - Great Grandchildren 

Priscilla and Delbert are canle ranching in the Wickenburgarea.They have 
a home in Phoenix and are active in the Phoenix Fifth Ward. 





^il 


1^1 




|BB|gy^/ ftifjBM 


■'^^'v-w' ■' ■ 


'■'■''^^^:''^'- 








■''T'^ ^"'^^aii^im^'"' . ^!<^' 


i^i^^M 



Dr. and Mrs. J. N 

Allred and 

Family 



ROBERTA ALLEN b. 23 July 1916 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Elijah 
and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen md. 14 Oct. 1938 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Joseph Newel Allred b. 15 Jan. 1915 Central, Graham, Arizona son of Joseph 
Newberry and Myrtle Ellis (Porter) Allred. Children, 

1. JOSEPH NIELSON ALLRED b. 31 July 1939 Safford, Graham, Arizona 

2. ROBERT GRAHAM ALLRED b. 20 Sept. 1941 Ft. Collins. Larimer, 

Colorado 

3. DIANA ALLRED b. 4 Jan, 1945 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

4. JOHN ALLEN ALLRED b. I Nov. 1947 Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. MARLIN PORTER ALLRED b. 26 Feb. 1 949 Tempe, Maricopa. Arizona 

6. GEORGE LESLIE ALLRED b. 7 Oct. 1951 Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 
Robena anended schools in Mesa, Provo, and Tempe. She received her 

B, A. degree at Tempe and taught school in Mesa before her marriage. Newel 
grew in the Gila valley and attended school at Tempe to prepare for veterinary 
school. After their marriage he attended school at Logan and Fort Collins, 
Colorado. While there, she worked as a legal stenographer and taught typing 
at the Army Air Force Technical Training School at Colorado State College, 
They are at present in private practice in Tempe. Arizona. 

During her youth, she was saved by the power of faith and prayer from the 
crippling effects of spinal menengitis and typhoid fever. 



GERALD MECHAM ALLEN b. 22june 
1918 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Elijah and Emma Pearl (Nielson) Allen 
md. (I) 22 Apr. 1936 Flagstaff, Cocon- 
ino, Arizona Faye Lee b. 6 Nov. 191 9 
Kirtland, San Juan. New Mexico dau. 
of Albert H. and Blanch (Wheeler) Lee. 
(div. Sept. 1945). Md. (2) Aug. 1946 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho Connie 




Gerald Mecham Allen Family 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 249 

Afton Williams dau. of Robert Adalbert and Elsie Johanna Marie (Nybo) 
Williams. 
Children by Faye Lee: 

1. NONA FAYE ALLEN b. 1 7 Feb. 1937 Ganado, Apache, Arizona - 

2. GERALD LEE ALLEN b. 12 June 1941 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 
Children by Afton Williams: 

3. WILFORD ELIJAH ALLEN b. 1 2 Jan. 1 948 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake. Utah 

4. MARIE ALLEN b. 12 Apr. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Gerald grew up in Mesa and attended the University of Arizona at Tucson. 
He was a Captain in the Cavalry of the U. S, Army during the 2nd World War. 



JEAN ALLEN b. 12 Sept. 1923 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Elijah and Emma Pearl (Nielson) 
Allen md. 3 June 1947 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Hyrum Madsen Ip- 
sonb, 7 Apr. 1924 Junction, Piute, 
Utah son of Joseph and Hattie Per- 
melia (Morrill) Ipson. Children. 

1. CAROL GEAN IPSON b. 15 
Mar. 1948 Richfield, Piute, Utah 

2. MADALENE IPSON b. 12 
Apr. 1949 Richfield, Piute, Utah 

3. HYRUM MADSEN IPSON b. 21 June 1951 Richfield. Piute, Utah 
Jean and Madsen live injunction, Utah where he farms and serves as County 

Treasurer. Before her marriage she taught dancing and health education at 
the Mesa High school and was Stake dance director. He was a prisoner of war 
in Germany during the 2nd World War. They are both active workers in the 
Garfield Stake. 




Hyrum Madsen and 
Jean Allen Ipson Family 




ELNORA HANSON b. 
13 Apr. 1914 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. 
ofHeberandPriscilla (Al- 
len) Hanson md. 27 May 
1 931 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Utah Albert D'Orr Child b . 
10 Mar. 1914 Fairview, 
Lincoln, Wyoming son of 
Horace Ezra and Eliza 
Jane (Taggart) Child. 

1. LARUE CHILD b. 16 June 1932 Fairview, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. JENNYLYN CHILD b. 1 3 Mar. 1936 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. VERN D'ORR CHLD b. 3 Sept. 1944 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 



The Family of D'Orr Child. 



250 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

4. DIANE CHILD b. I June 1946 Afton. Lincoln, Wyoming 
D'Orr and Elnora farm in Freedom, Wyoming where he is also Bishop of the 

Freedom Ward. They have worked hard on the farm all their lives. They have 

always been faithful to the Church. 



JOSEPH FREDERICK NIELSON b. 
25 Mar. 1911 Bluewater, Valencia, 
New Mexico son of Joseph Frederick 
and Deborah (A Hen) Nielsonrad. 24 
Aug. 1936 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Marian Pratt dau, of 
Nephi and Marian Charlotte (Hurley) 
Pratt. Children. 

I . FREDERICK PRATT NIEL- 
SON, JR. b. 30 May 1937 Blue- 
water, Valencia, New Mexico 




Joseph Nielson Family 



2. RUTH ROSE NIELSON b. 30 May 1 938 Bluewater, Valencia, New Mexico 

3. LOIS NIELSON b. 15 Jan. 1941 Bluewater, Valencia, New Mexico 

4. DOUGLAS JOSEPH NIELSON b. 17 July 1942 Grants, Valencia, New 
Mexico 

5. RUBY NIELSON b. 30 Apr. 1944 Bluewater, Valencia, New Mexico 

6. JOHN ALLEN NIELSON b. 31 Oct. 1945 Bluewater, Valencia, New 
Mexico 

7. CAROL NIELSON b. 19 Dec. 1 947 Bluewater, Valencia, New Mexico 
d. 18 April 1950 (bumed) ^ 

8. MARGARET NIELSON b. 8 June 1949 Grants, Valencia, New Mexico 
Joseph and Marian live in Bluewater, New Mexico, Joseph has worked at 

farming and ranching and has been very prominent in the Church in the area 
in which they live. He took part in athletics and was a member of the band . 
He filled a Mexican Mission. Marian graduated at the age of fifteen as Vale- 
dictorian of the Mesa High School. She received her B, A, degree in education 
from the Arizona State College in Tempe, and taught school in Mesa for two 
years. She is the District Primary organist of the West New Mexico district of 
the Western States Mission. 



ALLEN G ODF RED NIELSON b. 14 
May 1914 Blue water, Valencia, New 
Mexico son of Joseph Frederick and De- 
borah (Allen) Nielson md. 29 Sept. 1937 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Luella Russell 
b. 5 Nov. 191 3 Thatcher, Graham, Ari- 
zona dau. of Henry Utelis and Harriett 
Louisa (Brewer) Russell. Children. 




The Allen Nielson Family 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 251 

1. NELLA LOUIS£ NIELSON b, 4 Oct. 1938 Dluewater. VaJencia, New 
Mexico 

2. ALLEN Russell NIELSON b. i9Jan. 1940 Albuquerque. Bernalillo, 
New Mexico 

3. ANN NIELSON b. 7 Nov. 1943 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. CHRISTEN A NIELSON b. 25 Dec. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Allen and Luella live in Mesa where he is manager of the Farmers' Building 

Material Company Lumberyard. They are both returned missionaries and are 
active in the Church. Luella is a graduate beautician and owned her own 
beauty shop in Mesa before her marriage. 



The Joseph W. 
Andrus Family 



ELIZABETH EMMA NIELSON b. 24 Apr. l9l7Las Vegas. San Miguel. New 
Mexico dau. of Joseph Frederick and Deborah (Allen) Nielsen md. 1 Sept. 1939 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Joseph Wesley Andrus b. 30 Dec. 1909 Holla- 
day, Salt Lake, Utah son of Joseph Boyce and Harriet Emily (Stevenson) Andrus. 
Children. 

1. JOSEPH MILO ANDRUS b. 9 Oct. 1 940 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 

2. CALVIN NIELSON ANDRUS b. 25 May 1 944 Panguitch. Garfield, Utah 

3. LAVON ANDRUS b. 7 May 1947 Coalville, Summit, Utah 
Elizabeth and Joseph Wesley live in Riverton, Wyoming where he is en- 
gaged in civil. engineering for the government. They are both active Church 
workers and she is a leading musician. She taught at the New Mexico Institute 
of Musical Education. 





Deryll, Oma, Elmo 



OMA PHELPS b. 1 1 Aug. 1 906 Mesa. Mari- 
copa, Arizona dau. of Orson Ashael and Rebecca 
Hannah (Allen) Phelps md. (i)July 1924 Gil- 
bert, Maricopa, Arizona William Wayne Stapp 
b. 26 Feb. 1907 Kelsey, Upshire, Texas son of 
William Walter and Lula Rensy (Linley) Stapp. 
Md. (2) 21 Apr. 1934 Lloyd William Martin d. 
19 Nov. I 947 Yuma, Yuma, Arizona. Md. (3) 24 Dec. 1948 Elmo Carroll 
Long b. 8 May 1890 Hubbard City, Texas son of Robert Hector and Ida Cora 
(Pate) Long. Children. 

1. BETTIERUTHSTAPP(MARTIN)b. 1 Apr. 1925Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. RONALD DERYLL STAPP (MARTIN) b. 4 Nov. 1 926 San Jose. Santa 
Clara, California 



252 Charles r Great Grandchildren 

Oma took a great deal of responsibility in helping to rear her brothers and 
sisters while her mother taught school during the depression. She and Elmo 
are at present living in Yuma, Arizona. 

LEWIS ASH AEL PHELPS b. 1 3 Feb. 
1909 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Orsbn Ashael and Rebecca Hannah (Al- 
len) Phelps md. 25 Mar. 1 937 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Muriel Brimhall b . 
16 Aug. 1917 Taylor, Navajo, Arizona 
dau. of George H. and Rosetta (Palmer) 
Brimhall. Children. 

1. LEWIS ALLEN PHELPSb. 24 Mar. 

1938 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. LAURA J O PHELPS b. 24 Oct. 

1939 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. J. RUSSEL PHELPSb. I 3 Feb. 
1942 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. MEL VIM DOUGLAS PHELPS b. 8 Dec. 1944 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. NORRIS DARWIN PHELPS b. 30 Dec. 1949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. ROSANN PHELPS b. 2 Oct. 1951 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Lewis filled a Mission in Scotland and England. After his graduation from 
college, he started work for the Mesa School System where he supervises and 
directs the Visual Aid work, Lewis and Miu:iel are set-apart temple workers. 




The Lewis Ashael Phelps Family 



GENEVIEVE PHELPS b. 9 Apr. 1911 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Orson Ashael and 
Rebecca Hannah (Allen) Phelps md. 8 Nov. 
1^35 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona James Wallace 
Wilklns b. 8 May 191 5 Nutrioso, Apache, Ari- 
zona'son of Orson and Leona (Lund) Wilklns, 
Children. 

1. WALLACE PHELPS WiLKINSb. 9 Feb . 
1940 Springerville, Apache, Arizona 

2. ORSON STUART WILKINS b. 25 Mar. 
1943 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. JERRY LEON WiLKINSb. May 1946 
Springerville, Apache, Arizona 

4. CHARLOTTE HANNAH WiLKINSb. 27 Dec. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona 

Genevieve and Wallace live in Springerville, Arizona, He is president of 
the St. John Stake Mission and she is Stake Secretary. He filled a mission in 
the East Cenoal States while she taught school. 




The Wallace Wilkins Family 



LEON HYRUM PHELPS b. 10 June 1 91 4 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 




The Leon Phelps Family 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 253 

Orson Ashael and Rebecca Hannah (Allen) Phelps md. (i) 4 Dec. 1939 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Frances Mae Knight b. 17 Dec. 191 8 Montgomery, Ala- 
bama. Md. (2) 15 Dec. 1944 Lordsburg, Hidalgo, New Mexico Selma Geiger 
b. 17 May 1911 Selma, Dallas, Alabama dau. of Doctone Beujamine and Ann 
(Knight) Geiger, 



Children by Frances: 

1. GEORGIA KAY PHELPS 
b. 2 Sept. 1941 Phoenix, Mari- 
copa, Arizona 
Children by Selma- 

2. KAREN ANN PHELPS b. 13 
Sept. 1 946 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona 

3. JEANINE PHELPS b. 10 Nov. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. DUKE ORSON DELL PHELPS b, 20 Sept. 1949 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 
Leon graduated from Gila College at Thatcher, Arizona and filled a mission 

in the East Central States where he sang with the Mission Quartet. He is a 
bookkeeper for th^Lily Ice Cream Co. He and Selma are faithful workers in 
the Church. 

ELIZABETH PHELPS b. 21 July 1 917 Mesa , 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Orson Ashael and Re- 
becca Hannah (Allen) Phelps md. 7 June 1941 
Flagstaff, Coconino, Arizona John Casad White b. 
13 June 1914 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Califor- 
liason of John Z. and Bessie Zoe (McDowell) 
White. Children. 

1. JOHN CASAD WHITE, JR. b. 29 Dec. 1944 
Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. KATHRYN WHITE b. 8 Nov. 1947 Mesa, 
Maricopa, White 

3. DEBORA WHITE b. 2 Aug. 1949 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona 

Elizabeth and John live in Mesa where he is 
-Principal of the Mesa High School. She was bless- 
ed with a fine singing voice and majored in music 
at the Arizona State College at Flagstaff. She supervised music in the Flag- 
staff City School System. John is also musical and they are in constant de- 
mand for entertainment. She has done outstanding choir work for the Church 
and they are both willing workers. 




The John White Family 



ORSON ALLEN PHELPS b. 26 Dec. 191 9 Gilbert, Maricopa. Arizona son 
ofOrson Ashael and Rebecca Hannah (Allen) Phelps md. 22 Apr. 1940 Tempe. 



254 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

Maricopa, Arizona Lorraine Sorenson b. 6 Sept, 1920 Scottsdale. Maricopa, 
Arizona dau. of Joseph Alexander and Laura Maude (Ellsworth) Sorenson. 
Children. 



1. DERYLL WAYNE PHELPS b. 2 Feb. 
1942 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

2. RICHARD BRENT PHELPS b. 14 
May 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

Orson and Lorraine live in Mesa 
where they are active in the Mesa Fifth 
Ward. He is an experienced wheel 
alignment man. 




Orson Phelps Family 



WILLIAM OLEN WATKINS b. I 7 July 1906 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Thomas Russell and Julia (Allen) Watkins md. 28 Oct. 1927 Mesa, Arizona 
Mary Elizabeth Murray dau. of Joseph Smith and Lillian Mildred (Davis) Murray. 
Children. 



.-'';■; "t'i3S5'!?:'",'5"i-!:i!f ?^9'W's!»r{g:jit?!:'Bis«BBwa!CTge«.^>.g3^rfV:t^^ 



Olen, Mary, Robert, 
Ila. Flora, Mary, Ruth 
and JCseph 




1. FLORA JEAN WATKINS b. 28 Jan. 1 929 Phoenix, ' Maricopa, Arizona 

2. ROBERT OLEN WATKINS b. 20 June 1930 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. MARY LOUISE WATKINS b. 29 June 1 932 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. RUTH ELANOR WATKINS b. 15 Aug. 1935 Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. JOSEPH RUSSELL WATKINS b. 28 Nov. 1937 Vernal, Uinta, Utah 

6. ILA MARIE WATKINS b. 27 Mar. 1941 Sacramento, Sacramento, Calif. 
Olen and Mary are active Church workers and have been wherever they 

have lived. His occupation is trucking and carpentering. 

GALEN HATCH WATKINS b. I Oct. 1907 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Thomas Russell and Julia (Allen) Watkins md. 30 Jan. 1934 Mesa, Mari,- 
copa, Arizona Doris Steed b . 27 Jan. 1914 Farmington, Davis, Utah dau. of 
Franklin David and Annie Amelia (Robinson) Steed. Children. 

1, JULIA ANN WATKINS b. 22 April 1935 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. THOMAS STEED WATKINS b, 21 Jan. 1 937 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



255 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 

3. SYLVIA WATKINS b. 26 Nov. 1938 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 

4. GALEN FRANKLIN WATKINS b. 22 July 1944 Sacramento. Sacramento. 
California. 



Galen filled a Mission to the Southern 
States and a Stake Mission in the Los 
Angeles Stake. He has been a Boy Scout 
Committeeman in the Firestone Ward in 
the Los Angeles Stake. Doris has worked 
as a Primary officer and as organist for the 
ward choir. 



The Galen Hatch Watkins Family 




WARNER RUSSELL WATKINS b. 6 Dec. 1 908 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
sonofThomasRus«ellandJulia(AIlen) Watkins md. 27 Oct. 1927 Mesa, Mari- 
copa. Arizona Ida Perkins b. 18 Oct. 1910 Snowflake, Navajo, Arizona dau. 
of Jesse Nelson and Mabel (Stratton) Perkins. Children all b. in Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona except first. 

1. LORUM RUSSELL WATKINS b. 
27 Oct. 1928 Chandler, Maricopa, 
Arizona 

2. IDA MERLENE WATKINS b, 23 
June 1931 

3. MABEL JEAN WATKINS b. 23 
Nov. 1932 

4. WAYNE LAVEER WATKINS b. 

6 Sept. 1937 

5. WARNERR. WATKINSb.19 
Nov. 1941 

6. LORAINE WATKINS b. 12 Apr. 1943 

7. NORMAN LEWIS WATKINS b, 9 Nov. 1951 

Warner and Ida live in Phoenix where he is Fleet Superintendent for the 
.Calhoun Brothers Transportation Company. Through prayers and special bless- 
ings'he has lived through many narrow escapes involving his work. His grand- 
mother Watkins commented "God takes care of the Aliens". Warner's motto 
has always been, "Look only for the good in people". Ida has always been 
active in the Church, serving wh'-i;ever she was called in the auxiliary organi- 
zations. She has been President ot the Relief Society and Primary. 




256 



Charles - Great Grandchildren 




Joseph Heber Watkins Family 



He filled a Mission to the 



JOSEPH H tBERW AT K IN Sb. 23 Dec. 
1913 Clifton, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Thomas Russell and Julia, (Allen) Wat- 
kins md. 20 Dec. 1935 '^Jssa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Helen Ray b. 17 Aug. igi6 
Provo, Utah, Utah dau. of Marion and 
Vivian Florette (Huish) Ray. Children 
all b. in Sacramento, Sacramento, 
California except first. 

1. VIVIA MARIE WATKINS b. 29 Nov. 1 936 Stockton, Sacramento, Calif. 

2. JAMES HEBER WATKINS b. 19 Dec. 1939 

3. FLORETT WATKINS b. 7 Oct. 1943 

4. LERAE WATKINS b. 21 Dec. 1944 

5. DEAS RICHARD WATKINS b. 24 June 1947 
Heber and Helen are active Church workers. 

Central States and a Sacramento Stake Mission. 



WAYNE ALLEN WATKINS b. 25 Nov. 1915 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Thomas and Julia 
(Allen) VVatkins, md. 10 Jan. J 938 Gallup, Mc- 
Kinley, New Mexico Theatta Fry b. 31 Mar. 
rgrS East McKeesport, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, 
dau. of James Ben jam in and Lydia Jean (Me« 
Cullough) Fry. Children. 



Wayne Allen Watkins 
Family 

1. CHARLENE WATKINS b. 20 Dec. 1938 Gallup, McKinley, New Mexico 

2. JAMES ALLEN WATKINS b. 20 Jan, 1941 Gallup, McKinley, New Mexico 

3. LINDA GAYLE WATKINS b. 1 Nov.^ 1943 Lomita, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Wayne and Theatta have traveled a great deal as their employment de- 
manded. He has worked in trucking and well drilling besides serving in the 
Navy. She completed a commercial course and worked for the Department of 
Agriculture before her marriage. 




ANCIL NED WATKINS b. I 9 Aug. 1918 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Thomas Russell and Julia (Allen) Watkins md. 8 Oct. 1937 Florence, Pinal, 
Arizona Flora Belle Brewer b. 23 May 1921 Lebanon, Navajo, Arizona dau. 
of John Hyrum and Catherine Alvita (Webb) Brewer. Children. 

1. ALLEN NED WATKINS b. igFeb. 1939 Phoenix, Maricopa. Arizona 
?. KATHERENE WATKINS b, 30 July 1941 Jerome, Yavapai, Arizciia 
3. FLORA ROSE WATKINS b. .4 Oct. 1947 Redlands, San Bernardino , 
California, 

Ned and Flora Bell are both active Church workers. While in the Navy 
Ned acted as assistant Chaplain most of the time. 



Cliarles - Great Grandchildren 



257 




Standing: 

Ancil and Allen Watklns 
Siting: 

Flora Belle, Flora Rose 

and Katherine 



/ 



DELMER DE MAR WATKINS b. 25 May 1920 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Thomas Russell and Julia (Allen) Watkins md. (i) 17 May 1941 Albuquerque, 
Bernalillo, New Mexico Erdene Gordon b. 7 Feb. 1922 Rector, Clay, Arkansas 
dau. of Cecil and Gertrude (Riggs) Gordon, Md. (2) Sept. 1949 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Helen Popa b. 6 July 1919 Niles, Ohio dau. of Michael George 
and Margaret (Fekcte) Popa, 

Children of Helen Popa by first marriage: 

1. Richard Frank Veres b. 21 June 
1937 Beaverfalls, Pennsylvania 

2. Ronal d James Veres b. 17 Aug. 
1941 Beaverfalls, Permsylvania 
Child by Erdene: 

1. SHARON SUE WATKINS b. 
1943 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Child of Delmer and Helen; 

1. DENNIS DEM AR WATKINS b. 6 
July 1950 Torrance, California 

Delmer is a graduate of the Phoenix 
Academy of Beauty Culture ;ind followed 
his trade at the Hotel El RanrJio in Gallup , 
New Mexico until World War II. During 
the war he was with the 40th Engineer Combat Regiment which made invasions 
on Sicily, Salerno, Italy, Anzio, Southern France and finally crossed the Rhine. 
His'first marriage was unsuccessful, but his marriage to Helen has been a joy. 
She has been an outstanding student and secretary. They arc both active in 
the Torrance Ward in Torrance, California. He is employed as bookkeeper- 
accountant at the Torrance Auto Parts. 



16 Apr. 




The Delmer DcMar 
Watkins Family 



Dennis Watkins 




25? 



Charles - Great Grandchildren^ 



JAMES MALEN ALLEN b. 20 July I912 ^-^sa, 
Maricopa, Arizona son of James David and Nora 
Belle (Home) Allen md. (i) Lillie Mae (---) (div. ) 
Md. (2) 22 Mar. 1945 Albuquerque, Bernalillo, 
New Mexico Mabel Louise Schutz b. 8 Sept. 1917 
6t. Louis, Missouri dau. of Henry and Amelia 
(Mueller) Schutz. Children. 

I. JAMES DUANE ROBERT ALLEN b. 16 Apr. 
1946 St. Louis, Missouri 




The James Malen 
Allen Family 





"Harlo" and Ethel, James, Harold, and Blake 

DOROTHY ETHEL ALLEN b. 12 May 1914 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
ofjames David and Nora Belle (Home) Allen md. 6 Sept. 1935 Florence, Pinal 
Arizona Thomas HoraldMessingerb. 26 Mar. 191 1 Thatcher, Graham, Arizona 
son of Blake Smith and Mary (Rose) Messinger. Children. 

1. BLAKE SMITH MESSINGER b. 9 June 1937 Mesa, "T/laricopa, Arizona 

2. HORALD ALLEN MESSINGER b. 26 Nov. 1939 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. JAMES D. MESSINGER b. 9 Dec. 1 945 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 

4. JEANNETTE MESSINGER b. 15 Aug. 1 947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. MICHAEL MESSINGER b. 25 Aug. 1949 Mesa, Maricopa,. Arizona 



Richard, Margery, 
Karen Ann and 
Richard Philip 



MARGERY ALLEN b. 230ct. 1916 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. ofjames 
David and Nora Belle (Home) Allen md. (i) 19 Oct. 1935 Florence, Pinal, 
Arizona Richard E. Brubaker b. 23 Feb. 1912 Independence, Jackson, Missouri 
(div.) Md. (2) O. Lee Wilson. Children. 

1. RICHARD PHILIP BRUBAKER b. 3 Feb. 1942 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. KAREN ANN BRUBAKER b. 1 9 June 194451. Joseph, Buchanan. Missour^ 




DAVID GRANT ALLEN b. 21 May 19 18 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 



GhaTles - Great Grandchildren 259 

James David and Nora Belle (Home} A 1 1 c n nid. 2 Nov, 1937 Blandinj^. San 
Juan, Utah Norene Watkins b. 1 i June 1919 dau. of Henry Cobb and Hester 
Caroline (Rogers) Watkins. (div. ) Children. 

1. DAVID GRANT ALLEN, JR. b. I i June 1939 Mesa. Maricopa. Arizona 

2. NORENE JOYCE ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 1941 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 



Norene, Grant and Junior 



Norene Joyce and 
David Grant Junior 




ROBERT FREDRIC ALLEN b. 5 Sept. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa,' Arizona son 
of James David and Noi^a Belle (Home) Allen md. 28 July 1942 Manti , San 
Pete, Utah Verla Millet b. 28 June 1923 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
George Francis and Perilla Ann (Bond) Millet. Children. 





Larry Allen 



/ Verla and Bob Allen 



Gary Allen 



Perilla Allen 



1. LARRY F. ALLEN b. 1 9 Dec. 1943 Prove, Utah, Utah 

2. GARY R, ALLEN b. 23 May 1945 Mesa, Maricopa. 
Arizona 

3. i^ERILLAKAYALLENb. 9 Mar. 1 95 1 Mesa, Maricopa 
Arizon a 



NORA BELLE ALLEN b. 12 Oct. 1 924 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of 
James David and Nora Bdle (Home) Allen md. 12 Apr. 1941 Wickenburg. 
Maricopa, Arizona Roy E._;=anc b. 13 Heh. 1922 Rocky Ford, Otero. Colorado 
son of Samuel L. and Ora (---) Lane. Children. 

I. LINDA LEE LANE b. 18 Dec. l942Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
' 2. .VICKIE SUE LANE b. 15 Mar. 1946 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 



260 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

GLADYS MAVEL ALLEN b. 5 Jan. 1908 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Ira Joseph LeRoy and Gladys Estella (Johnson) Allen md. 23 Apr. 1926 
Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona Allen Rowley b. 10 May 1901 Colonia Diaz, 
Chihuahua, Mexico son of Jesse Noah and Lucy Alvina (Norton) Rowley. 
Children. 

1. COLLEEN ROWLEY b. 23 July 1927 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. JOYCE ROWLEY b. 7 Jan. 1 929 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. MAXINE ROWLtY b. 17 Feb. 1932 M^sa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. GLENDA ROWLEY b. 18 Oct. 1934 Prcscott, Yavapai, Arizona 

5. JERRY ALLEN ROWLEY b. 22 Nov. 1937 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

6. RONN A SUE ROWLEY b. 29 June 1942 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

ROSILLA ALLEN b. 2 Dec. 1909 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of Ira 
Joseph LeRoy and Gladys Estella (John- 
son) Allen md« (1)10 Aug. 1926 
Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona Edwin 
Jesse Rowley b. 12 July 1 899 Colonia 
Diaz, Chihuahua, Mexico d. 28 Feb. 
1935 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona son of Jesse Noah and Lucy Alvina (Norton) 
Rowley. Md. (2) 2 Mar. 1946 Lordsburg, New Mexico Jacob Hamblin Tenney 
b. 4 Aug. 1891 Nutrioso, Apache, Arizona son of Warren and Ella (Hanriblin) 
Tenney. 
Children of Rosilla Allen and Edwin Jesse Rowley: 

1. LOIS ROWLEY b. 7 June 1927 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DUANE ALLEN ROWLEY b. 21 Jan. [929 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. ARDEN ALLEN ROWLEY b. 9 jUne 1 930 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. ELAINE ROWLEY b. 19 July 1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. JOANNE ROWLEY b. 26 June 1934 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Children of Rosilla Allen and Jacob Hamblin Tenney: 

I. KEITH LYNN TENNEY b. 10 Dec. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 





ArdenRuwley Keith Tenney 



BERNARD FRANCIS ALLEN b. 27 Dec. 1919 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Ira Joseph LcRoy and Gladys Estella (Johnson) Allen md. l Jan. 194 1 Tucson, 
Pima, Arizona Rose Macknin b. Detroit, Wayne, Michigan dau. of Isadore 
and Kate (Gcrst) Macknin (both born in Russia). Children. 

1. SHERRY LYNN ALLEN b. 19 Feb. 1943 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. GARY KENNETH ALLEN b. 1 9 Aug. 1 948 

3. TERRY RICHARD ALLEN 

RUTH. ALLEN b. 28 Apr. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Ira Joseph 
LeRoy and Gladys Estella (Johnson) Allen md. (i) May 1940 Elmo McBroom 
(div, ) Md. (2) 14 May 1945 Carl Conrad Baker. ^ _ 

Child of Ruth Allen and Elmo McBroom: 



Clwrles - Great Grandchildren 261 

I. CAROLYN McBROOM b. JO Jan. 1941 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Children of Ruth Allen and Carl Conrad Baker; 

1. BEVHRLY ANN BAKER b. 30 May 1946 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. RONALD CARL BAKER b. 6 Mar. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. SHARON KAY BAKER b. 23 Dec. 1 949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

J. L. Allen and 
Nada Cluff 

Nada Louise and 
Richard 

Kenneth 

JUNIOR LEROY ALLEN b. 12 Apr. i924Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Ira Joseph LeRoy and Gladys Estella (Johnson) Allen md. 25 May 1943 Nada 
Ellen Cluff Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona b. 21 Mar. 1927 Cenual, Graham, 
Arizona dau. of Wilford and Mary Ethlyn (Norton) Cluff. Children. 

1. RICHARD LEROY ALLEN b. 3 Jan. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. NADA LOUISE ALLEN b. 3 Apr. 1949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. KENNETH WAYNE ALLEN b. 2 May 1951 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 





CHARLES RAY (ALLEN) b . 6 S e pt, 
1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of 
Sidney Levi and Mary Esther (Skousen) 
Ray Allen md. 2 Feb. 1948 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Fern Reed b. 22 Aug. 1927 
Pima, Graham, Arizona dau. of James 
W. and Myrtle Almira (Taylor) Reed . 
Children. 

1. MOLLY RAY b. 13 Sept. 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. CHRISTINA RAY b. 9 Dec. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




Fern, Charles and Molly Ray 



IRIS LURA SANDERS b. 29 Nov. 1913 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau, of 
Perry Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. 20 June 1935 Beaumont, 
Riverside, California Cyrus Lewis Edwards son of Cyrus Lewis, Sr. and Iva May 

(Spurgeon) Edwards. Children. 

1. ROBERT LEWIS EDWARDS b. 17 Feb. 1948 Los Angeles, Los Angeles. 

California 

RUTH MAXINE SANDERS b. 17 Mar. 1915 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
of Perry Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. (1) lO Apr, 1933L0S 
Angeles, Los Angeles. California Gail Elmo Mourey b. 31 Oct. 1912 Vernal, 
Uinta. Utah son of Ray and Elizabeth (McCarroU) Mourey. Md. (2) 27 Jan. 
1940 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California Manuel Frank Ortega Gallagher b. 



2<32 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

4 Oct. [904 Los Angeles, Los Angeles. California son of Torn and Cleo 
(Ortega) Gallagher. 
Child by Gail Motuey: 

I. RONALD GAIL MOUREY b. 16 Sept. 1937 Los Angeles, Los Angeles. 
California 
Child by Manuel Frank Ortega GallagKier: 

I. DONALD LEWIS ORTEGA GALLAGHER b. 12 Aug. 1941 Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles, California 

FRANKLIN MURRAY SANDERS b. lo Apr. 1916 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
son of Perry Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. (i) 21 Feb, 1935 
Santa Ana, California Mary Kemp. (div. ) Md. (2) 25 Aug. 1941 Los Angeles 
Los Angeles, California Beatrice Anne (Rooke) Carpenter b. 21 May 1921 Los 
Angeles, California dau. of Frank Langsberry and Anna Marie (Boesl) Kooke . 
Children of Franklin Murray Sanders and Mary Kemp: 

I. MICHAEL MURRAY SANDERS b. 22 Sept. 1937 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 
Children of Beatrice Anna (Rooke) Carpenter Sanders and first union: 

1. Thomas Laurence Carpenter b, igSept. 1937 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

CARL DENNIS SANDERS b. I o Sept. 1917 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Perry Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. (i) 21 Sept. 1937 Santa 
Ana, Orange, California Mildred Marie Oiin (div. 21 June 1947). Md. (2)4 
Oct. 1947 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California Helen Marie (Amyx) Hall b. 
Oct. 1918 Chama, Rio Arriba, New Mexico dau. of Arthur Dean and Nellie 
Edith (Murray) Amyx. 
Children of Carl Dennis Sanders and Mildred Marie Oltn: 

I. MONA LEE SANDERS b. 9 May 1 938 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Children of Helen Marie Amyx and Mr. Hall: 

1. Deanna Jean Hall b. 18 July 1939 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 

2. Willie June Hall b. 27 Nov. 1940 South Gate, L. A. , California 

ANNIE NORENE SANDERS b. 27 Aug. 1 91 9 Liberty, Maricopa, Arizona 
dau, of Perry Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. 23 July 1938 Santa 
Ana, Orange, California Eugene George Fields b. 23 Sept. 1916 Watts, Los 
Angeles, CalifomiasonofWi Hard George and Leone (Adams) Fields. Children. 

1. SANDRA LEE FIELDS b. 1 7 July 1941 Chicago, Cook, Illinois 

2. BRADLEY NEIL FIELDS b. 13 Nov. 1 944 South Gate, Los Angeles, Calif. 



MYRON ALLEN SANDERS b. 29 Aug. 1922 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Perry- Ray and Annie Minerva (Allen) Sanders md. 30 Apr. 1945 Las Vegas, 
Clark, Nevada, Catherine Wiilamina Jackman b. 22 Dec. 1921 Darbay, Wis- 
consin dau. of Henry William and Katherine (Fischer) Jackman. - ' 



Cfearles - Great Grandchildren 



263 




Elmo Anderson and 
Arlene Willden 

John Jarcd Anderson 



James WilldenAnderson 

ELMO JAMES ANDERSON b. 3 Apr. 1918 Cowley, Big Horn, Wyoming son 
of James Ira and Winnie Mae (Allen) Anderson md. 1 1 June 1941 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Arlene Margaret Willden b. 29 May 1922 Mancos, Montezuma, 
Colorado dau. of Jared Craig and Harriet (Challander) Willden. Children. 

1. JAMES WILLDEN ANDERSON b. 10 Feb. 1943 Los Ang-les, Los Angeles, 
California. 

2. JOHN JARED ANDERSON b. May 1 947 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

3. ROBERT ALLEN ANDERSON b. 11 Sept. 1 948 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

Elmo filled a Northern States Mission and he and Arlene are active in the 
Church. 



lONA ANDERSON b. 17 May I919 0gden, Weber, Utah dau. of James 
Ira and Winnie Mae (Allen) Anderson md. 8 Nov. 1935 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California Jack Austin Ware b. 20 Feb. 1916 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia son of Paul Arden and Katherine Elizabeth (Yager) Ware. Children. 

1. GENE ANDERS WARE b. 30 Aug. 1938 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

2. RUTH ELIZABETH WARE b. 14 Oct. 1940 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

3. PATRICIA ANN WARE b. 20 Jan. 1943 Hawthorne, Los Angeles, Calif. 

4. JACK DENTON WARE b. 8 June 1945 St. George, Washington, Utah 

5. RICHARD ARDON WARE b. 2 Apr. 1948 Provo, Utah, Utah 

6. JESSE BRENT WARE b. 6 July 1950 St. George, Washington, Utah 
lona and Jack have lived most of their lives in the Inglewood Stake in 

California. Besides their regular Church work he has been a home missionary 
for three and a half years. 



Erma and Rulon Taylor 



Allan Grant 



Louise Ann 




.2> 



^,%,: 



ERMA ANDERSON b. 31 Oct. 1923 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 



264 Charles - Great Grandchildren 

dau. of James Ira and Winnie Mae (Allen) Anderson md. 26 Feb. 1946 Rulon 
Ellison Taylor b. 26 July 1921 Aetna, Alberta, Canada son of John Edward and 
Olive Lavina (Ellison) Taylor. Children. 

1. ALLAN GRANT TAYLOR b. 2 May 1947 Provo, Utah, Utah 

2. LOUISE ANN TAYLOR b. 21 Sept. 1948 Hood River, Oregon 

Erma and Rulon have traveled a g,reat deal with the Armed Forces. He 
graduated from ■ B. Y. U. and from a Hydraulic Engineering School at Cascade 
Locks, Oregon. Since his return to the Army he has been working with Atomic 
Energy. 



THELMA PAULINE LIFE b. 2 2 Nov. 1917 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
of Howard Johnny Lentell Lipe and Hazel Naomi (Allen) Lipe md. (1)2 Nov. 
1936 San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California Mark Lawrence Martin b. 12 
Sept. 1912 Trinidad, Las Animas, Colorado son Seferino and Audie (Sanders) 
Martin (div. ) Md. (2) 22 June 1946 San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Wilmar George 
Horn b. i9Jan. 1921 San Antonio, Bexar, Texas son of George Robert and 
Irmgarde E. (Pape) Horn. 

I. LAWRENCE MARK MARTIN b. 10 Au^.1937 San Bernardino, San Bern- 
ardino, California d. 19 Nov. 1938. 
Child by Wilmar George Horn: 

I. SUSAN MARIE HORN b. 10 Nov. 1 948 San Antonio, Bexar, Texas 



MELZA NADINE LIPE b. 4 Sept. 191 9 Humbolt, Ya- 
vapai, Arizona dau. of Howard Johnny Lentell and Hazel 
Naomi (Allen) Lipe md. 30 May 1942 Los Angeles, Lcs 
Angeles, California Huben Milton Smith b. 22 June 1919 
Peoria, Peoria, Illinois son of Clair W. and Pauline (Mc- 
Queen) Smith. Children. 
I. STEVEN CLAIR SMITH b. lo May 1947 Pasadena, Los Angeles, Calif. 




Nadine , Hugh 
Steven 




ANITA ARIEL LIPE b. I May 1921 Chandler, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Howard Johnny Len- 
tell and Hazel Naomi (Allen) Lipe md. (1) 18 
Aug. 1940 Yuma, Yuma, Arizona Jack Wallace 
Inglis b. 9 Sept. 191 9 St. Paul, Ramsey, Minn, 
(div. )Md. (2) 3 May 1947 Los Angeles, Los 
Angeles. California Harry Kenneth Thurston b. 
27 Jan. 1923 Lock Port, Niagara, New York son of James Raymond and 
Marguerete (Rose) Thurston. Children. 

I. SHARON LORRAINA INGLIS b. 12 Jan. 1 942 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 



Harry, Sharon and Anita 



BARBARA JEAN LIPE b. I May 19^2 San Bernardino, San Bernardino, Cali- 
fornia dau. of Howard Johnny Lentell and Hazel Naomi (Allen) Lipe md. 28 



Charles - Gteat Grandchildren 265 

Aug. 1949 James Frank Runnels b. 15 Dec. 1927 Lanton. Oklahoma son of 
James Williams and Una Opal (Bums) Runjiels. Address: 268 Grape St., San 
Bernardino, California 

ELLEN ELAINE ALLEN b. 1 4 June 1923 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia dau. of Preston Hopkins and Cora (Ellsworth) Allen md. Harold .Villiam 
Santrizos b. 29 July Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, Children. 

1. GARY HAROLD SANTRIZOS b. 7 Feb. 1943 Maywood, Los Angeles, 
California 

2. TOMMY J. SANTRIZOS b. 25 Aug. I 947 South Gate, Los Angeles, 
California 

DORIS DEAN ALLEN b. 3 Jan. 1925 Inglewood, Los Angeles, California 
dau. of Preston Hopkins and Cora (Ellsworth) Allen md. 7 Mar. 1941 Las Vegas, 
Clark, Nevada Edwin James Hammon, Jr. b. 17 Oct. 1921 Santa Paula, Ven- 
tura, California son of Edwin James Hammon. Children. 

I. MICHAEL LEWIS HAMMON b. 7 Jan. 1943 Maywood, Los Angeles, Calif. 

LEONA McCLENDON b. 12 Dec. 1 925 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
James Howard and Eliza Roxy (Allen) McClendon md. (i) Roy H. Horton, Jr. 
(div. ) Md. (2) 29 Nov. 1947 Lordsburg, Hidalgo, New Mexico Thomas Ear- 
ber Uptain b, 6 Feb. 1923 Lewis, Montezuma, Colorado son of Owen Jasper 
and Sarah A. (Alger) Uptain. 
Child by Roy H. Horton, Jr. 

1. WILLIAM HAROLD HORTON b. 12 Jan. 1946 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Child by Thomas Barber Uptain. 

2. BONNIE BETHENE UPTAIN b. 17 Sept. 1948 Tempe, Maricopa, Ariz. 

SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP 

ALLEN by CHARLES 

HAROLD LEE ALLEN b. 21 Sept. 1917 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Warner 
Harold and Emma Rebecca (Holt) Allen 
md. 1 2 Apr. 1 941 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Margaret Willeyb. 5 Sept. 1921 Las Vegas, 
Clark, Nevada dau. of William Theodore 
and Violet Naomi (Crowton) Willey. 

Harold Lee is a Los Angeles police of- 
ficer and has played on a number of famous The Harold Lee Allen Family 
basketball teams on the coast. Children. 

1. JUDITH LEE ALLEN b. 1 5 Jan. 1942 Bell, Los Angeles, California 

2. HAROLD THEODORE ALLEN b. 21 Sept. 1 943 Los Angeles, los Angeles, 
California 

3. RICHARD RAY ALLEN b. 18 Sept. 1945 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 





266 Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 

WAYNE HOLT ALLEN b. l6 Oct. 1918 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Warner 
Harold and Emma Rebecca (Holt) Allen md. ^ 
■oNov. 1940 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Me Iba Peterson b. i6Sept. igi8 Thatcher, 
Graham, Arizona dau. of Almaand^lanche 
Ailred (Bilby) Peterson. ^^^_^.„ 

Wayne and Melba live in Mesa where he ^^^^ ^, ' \' w^ 
is a real estate broker and manager of Al's 
Motor Sales. They are both active in the The Wayne Holt Allen Family 
Church. Children. 

1. SANDRA GALE ALLEN b. 26 Apr. 1941 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

2. ROBIN WAYNE ALLEN b. 21 July 1943 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, ::aif. 

3. CHERYL LEOMA ALLEN b. 9 Oct. 1 946 Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. MELODY ALLEN b. 22 Feb. 1 949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

MARJORIE MABEL ALLEN b. 30 Nov. 1 921 Chine, Yavapai, Arizona dau. 
of Warner Harold and Emma Rebecca (Holt) Allen md. 1 1 Oct. 1940 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Wayne Barr Schelken b. 31 Aug. 1913 Big Cottonwood, 
Salt Lake, Utah son of John Jacob and Lydia Ann (Gibson) Schelken. Children. 

1. DONNA ANN SCHELKEN b. 16 Aug. 1 941 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California 

2. LINDA LEE SCHELKEN b. 14 Jan. 1 943 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Calif. 

ADONNA BERNICE ALLEN b. 14 Nov, 1 921 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
dau. of Merle Maeser and Centenna (Haymore) Allen md. 14 May 1943 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona Robert Clayton Patch b. 15 Jan, 1921 Minneapolis, Henne- 
pin, Minnesota son of Renford Matthew and Irma Martone (McKeever) Patch . 
Adonnaand Robert both filled missions in California. He is a professor at 
the B. Y. U. working on his Masters Degree. Children. 

1. PAMELA PATCH b. 3 Aug. 1 944 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

2. CA MIL LE HELEN PATCH b. 7 Jan. 1946 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

3. ROBERT ALLEN PATCH b. 20 June 1 947 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

TENNA JOAN ALLEN b. 1 9 Mar. 1 924 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona dau. 
ofMerle Maeser and Centenna (Haymore) Allen md. 20 June 1946 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Donald Oliver Corbiit b. I Apr. 1924 Creston, Union, Iowa son 
of Mervin Charles and Eva Marie (Anderson) Corbitt. 

Joan and Donald have been active i n the Church. She is teaching in the 
Tucson School System while Donald is completing his Business Course at the 
University. Children. 

1, CORIANE BERNICE CORBITT b. 21 Feb. 1948 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

ELMA ALLEN b. 10 Jan. 1 920 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Charles 



Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 267 

Ashaeland Ida (Lilly white) Allen md. 31 Dec. 1938 Los Angeles. Los Angeles 
California Henri Milano b. 14 July 1916 Sunnyside. Carbon, Utah son of 
Francesco and Jesvina Maria Leantino (Pascal) Milano. Children. 

1. FRAIJK ASHAEL MILANO b. 14 Nov. 1946 Mesa. Maricopa Ari/.ona 

2. DONNA FRANCENO MILANO b. 24 Apr. 1948 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona 

3. MILA ANN MILANO b. 21 Nov. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari/,ona 



ASHAEL LESTER ALLEN b. 24 Sept. 1923 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California son 
of Charles Ashael and Ida (Lillywhite) Al- 
len md. 29 Dec. 1943 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Marilyn Murphy b. 27 May 1924 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of 
Frank Bennett and Katherine (Ure) Murphy . 
Lester and Marilyn live in California 
and are active in the Church. He com- 
pleted his Ph. D, in 1951 and is a college 
instructor in the field of zoology. 
Children: 

1. KATHERINE ALLEN b. 28 July J 946 
Glendale, Los Angeles, California 

2. DONNA CHRISTINE ALLEN b. I 
Aug. 1947 Glendale, Los Angeles, Calif. 

3, CHARLES LESTER ALLEN b. 23 Jan. 1950 Los Angeles, Los Angeles 
California 

4. BEN MURPHY ALLEN b. 3 Sept. 1951 Costa Mesa, California 



JOSEPH ALLEN LEAVITT b. 8 July 1 924 Mesa. Mari- 
copa, Arizona son of Joseph Collins and Blanche (Allen) 
Leavittmd. 20 June 1949 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Donna Arlene Wells b. 14 July 1928 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake Utah dau. of Walter and Anna Elly Sigrid (Jensen) 
Wells. 




The Ashael Lester Allen Family 




Allen and Donna 



Allen is attending the college of Osteopathy and Surgery in Los Angeles. 
Donna was a telephone operator /before her marriage. Children, 

I. DONNA JO LEAVITT b. 6 Mar. 1950 Los Angeles, Los Angeles. Calif. 

BERT RANDALL LEAVITT b. 29 Sept. 1925 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son 
of Joseph Collins and Blanche (Allen) Leavitt md. 27 Jan. 1950 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Rosalie Kelly b. 26 May 1 930 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
of Raymond Jonathan and Nora (Coplin) Kelly. Bert filled a Western Canadian 
Mission after his return from the Coast Guard. Children. 

I. MURIEL JEAN LEAVITT b. 14 Dec. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



26S Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 

MONETA LEAVITT b. 29 Sept. 1927 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Joseph Collins and Blanche (Allen) LeaVitt md. 29 Nov. 1946 Haywood Han- 
cock Muse b, 22 Apr. 1925 Ward vi lie, Atoka, Oklahoma son of Haywood 
Hancock and Sula ( — ) Muse. Children. 

1. STEPHEN H. MUSE b. 20 Nov. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DWIGHT H. MUSE b. 9 Aug. 1 949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



/ 



BARBARA JEAN CRANDALLb. 3 June 1926 Mesa. 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Paul Leslie and Barbara 
(Allen) Crandall md. 31 August 1949 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Victor Louis Nielsen, Jr. b. 25 Apr. 
1927 Omaha, Nebraska son of Victor Louis and Hazel 
Ethel (Coston) Nielsen. Barbara and Vic k live in 
Superior, Arizona where he is in the newspaper 
business. 




Barbara and Vick 



^^r' 




Eleanor and Paul 



PAUL LESLIE CRANDALL, JR. b. 5 June 
1928 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona son of Paul Les- 
lie and Barbara (Allen) Crandall md. 21 Nov. 
1 95 1 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Eleanor Gay 
Pew dau. of Ellis and "liza (Bond) Pew. Paul 
L. filled a Hawaiian Mission and he and Eleanor 
are both active in the Church. 



GERALD RALPH FULLER b. 8 Sept. 1919 Gilbert, Maricopa, Arizona son 
ofHorace Ralph and Hortense (McClellan) Fuller md. 6 June 1941 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Glenda Richardson b. 27 Dec. 1917 Ashurst, Graham, Arizona 
dau, of Gilbert and Barbara Annie (Fuller) Richardson. Address: Box 255 
College Station, Texas. 




Gerry, Glenda 
Barbara Ann 
Gerald, and 

Gilbert Fuller 



Gerald and Glenda have been very active in Church and Temple work. 
She filled a Mission in the New England States and he has been-a gifted 



Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 269 

Genealogist since his youth. He was professor of a;^ricu]ture at Arizona State 
College until he moved to Texas where he is attending Veterinary School at 
Texas A. & M. Children. 

1. GERALD RALPH FULLER. JR. b. 3 Feb. 1944 Little Rock. Pulaski, 
Arkansas 

2. GILBERT RONALD FULLER b. 23 Mar. 1 945 Ft, George G. Mead, Anne 
Arundel, Maryland 

3. BARBARA ANN FULLER b. I Jan. 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. GLEN ROBERT FULLER b. igjan. 1 950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




IVIS FULLER b. 27 Mar. 1921 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona dau. of Horace Ralph and Hor- 
tense (McClellan) Fuller md. 14 Sept. 1940 
Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona LorinMylesFarr II 
b. 23 Feb. 1914 St. Johns, Apache, Arizona 
sonof Lorin Myles and Effie Louisa (Peterson) 
Farr L Address Box 3-Fredonia, Arizona. 

Myles and Ms reside in Fredonia. Arizona ^^'^^ ^^'^ ^^y^^^ ^^" 

where he teaches in the public school system and operates a custom-built 
furniture business. Children. 

1. LORIN MYLES , FARR III b. 20 July 1941 St. Johns, Apache, Arizona 
d. 17 July 1948 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. IVIS ADELE FARR b. 3 Nov. 1 943 Cedar, Iron, Utah 

3. PATRICIA LOUISE FARR b. 23 Jan. 1947 Kanab, Kane, Utah 

4. MARY BESS FARR b. 5 Dec. 1 948 Kanab, Kane, Utah 



ESTHER FULLERb. SFeb. 
1923 Mesa, Maricopa, Ari- 
zona dau. of Horace Ralph 
and Hortense (McClellan) 
Fuller m d . 24 May 1 949 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Linden B. Dial b.' 1 5 Feb. 
1922 Shelley, Bingham, Idaho 
son of William Hiram and 
Delia Louisa (Beckstrand) 
Dial. 

Esther and Linden are 

both retmned missionaries from the European Mission; Esther in the British, 

Linden in the Swiss- Austrian and British. Children. 

1, IAN GARTH DIAL b. 12 Mar. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. MARC EUGENE DIAL b. 6 July 1951 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona 




Linden, Garth, Esther and Mar(/ Dial 



MADGE FULLER b. 25 Dec. 1 924 Mesa. Niaricopa. Arizona dau. (5f Horace 



2/0 Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 

Ralph and Hortense (McClellan) Fuller md. 27 May 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Melvyn Thomas Shelley b. 4 Oct. 192 1 St. Joseph City, Navajo, 
Arizona son of Thomas Heber and Eva (Tanner) Shelley. 

Madge filled an Eastern States Mission 
and is an experienced legal stenographer, 
Melvyn completed a Spanish- American 
Mission and besides his private law practice 
is the Navajo County Attorney in Holbrook, 
Arizona. Children. 

1. MONTE FULLER SHELLEY b. 6 Jan, 

1950 Holbrook, Navajo, Arizona 

2. THOMAS H. SHELLEY b. 22 Aug.* 

1951 Holbrook, Navajo, Arizona 
Madge, Tommy, Melvyn and Monte 




PATRICIA HELEN FULLER b. 2 Dec. 
1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Horace Ralph and Hortense (McClellan) 
Fuller md. 17 Apr. 1952 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona Harrison Kerry Frost b. 25 Jan. 1 927 
Kanab, Kane, Utah son of David Harrison 
and Mary (Rider) Frost. 

Helen and Kerry live in Kanab, Utah. 
He filled a Hawaiian Mission. She did the majority of the typing and part of 
the proof-reading of this book. 




Helen 



Kerry 




ELEANOR GAYLE DEWITT b. 16 Aug. 1918 
Chandler, Maricopa, Arizona daiu of David 
Kenneth and Elizabeth Adelaide (Fuller) DeWitt 
md. 5 Nov. 1942 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Weldon Johnson Taylor b. 30 June 1908 Provo, 
Utah, son of William Weldon and Nora (Johnson) 
Taylor. 

Gayle and Weldon live i n New York City 
where he Is receiving higher education. He is 
on leave of absence from thfe Brigham Young 
University faculty. He is a professor in the Department of Marketing. They 
ate both active Church members. He has served as Bishop and as a High 
Councilman since 1941. He filled a Mission to the Northern States Mission, 
Children.^ 

1. STEPHEN DEWITT TAYLOR b. 12 Aug. 1945 Provo. Utah, Utah 

2. WILLLAM DEWITT TAYLOR b. 20 Dec. 1 948 Provo, Utah, Utah 



Dee, Gayle, Stephen 
and Weldon Taylor 



Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 



271 




The Marion Vance Famih 



ELIZABETH ADELAIDE DE- 
WITT b. 2 Nov. 1919 Chandler, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of David 
Kenneth and Elizabeth Adelaide 
(Fuller) DeWitt md. 28 June 1940 
Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona Marion 
Isaac Vance b. 28 Sept. 1916 Bis- 
bee, Cochise, Arizona son of Leon- 
ard A. and Josephine (Spilsbury) 
Vance, 

Betty and Marion farm in the 
Kyrene area in Arizona. They are 
both active among the Spanish- 
speaking people of the Church. He 
filled a Mission to the Argentine 

and later he and his family returned to fill another mission. 
Children. 

1. DAVID MARION VANCE b. 21 May 1941 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. KENNETH LEONARD VANCE b. 8 Oct. 1942 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. SUSAN VANCE b. 24 Aug. 1945 Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 

4. CATHERINE JO VANCE b. 31 Dec. 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

5. CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL VANCE b. 25 Oct. 1 95 1 Mesa, Maricopa, Ariz. 

CAROLINE LARUE DEWITT b. 8 May 1Q21 
i\'esa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of David Ken- 
neth and Elizabeth Adelaide (Fuller) DeWitt md. 
20 Feb, 1942 Urbana, Champaign, Illinois 
Isaac Dwight Dana b. 21 Dec. i9i8Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona son of Hugh and Edna Me- 
lissa (Hunsaker) Dana. 

Carol and Dwight live in Mesa and are ac- 
tive in the Church. She was a receptionist and 
stenographer before her marriage. He filled a 
Mission in Argentina. Cliildreu. 

1. KAREN DANA ■:>. 22 Feb. 1945 Tempo, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. DIANE DANA b. 16 June 1947 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. ISAAC DWIGHT DANA, JR. b. 21 Aug. J 949 Mesa, Maricopa, Ariz. 

4. DENISE DANA b. 21 Aug. 1 951 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




The Dwight Dana 
Family 



JOYCE KAY DEWITT b. 9 July 1929 Mesa. Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
David Kenneth and Elizabeth Adelaide (Fuller) DeWitt md. 7 Dec. 1950 Provo, 
Utah, Utah Murice Kent Haws b. 4 Aug. 1926 Provo, Utah, Utah son of Guy 
Muricc and Ruia (Steele) Haws. Children. 

1. CYDNEHAWSb. 8 Aug. I95I Richland, Washington 



272 Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 

James Feris Wilcox b. 17 July 1919 Hayden, Pinal, Arizona son of Feris 
Clifford and Ouida (Farley) Wilcox md. 2 i Sept. 1945 Lubbock. Lubbock, 
Texas Margie Elaine Craig b. 31 Dec. 1926 Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas dau. 
of John C. and Ana Jewel (Crawford) Craig. Children. 
' I. John Feris Wilcox b. 5 Dec. 1946 Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas 

2. Patsy Elaine Wilcox b. 20 Nov. 1948 Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas 

3. Cathy Jane Wilcox b. 15 Jan. 1951 Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas 

(2) Thomas Clifford Wilcox b. 26 Nov. 1921 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
son of Feris Clifford and Ouida (Farley) iVilcox md. 10 May 1946 Long Beach, 
California Earlene(Pond) Jones b. i Jan, i923Telluride, San Miguel, Colorado 
(div. 1949) Children 

I. Sharon Kae Wilcox b. 22 Feb. 1947 Long Beach, California 

Hazel Leeb. 26 Feb. 1929 Nutrioso, Apache. Arizona dau. of Claude and 
Alice Lovenia (Wilcox) Lee md. 3 Sept, 1949 Charley Glen Moats b. 19 Oct. 
1926 Solomonville, Graham, Arizona son of Charles Ernest and Zilpha Miriam 
(Kempton) Moats. Children. 

1. Dennis Glenn Moats, b. 26 Aug. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. Larry Lee Moats b. 23 July 1951 Mesa Maricopa, Arizona 

Howard Clinton Wren b. 5 Jan. 1926 Chino Valley, Yavapai, Arizona son 
of Weaver B. and Hazel (Wilcox) Wren md. 20 Dec. 1949 Eleanore Victoria 
Waldron b. 24 Sept. 1925 Hollywood, Los Angeles, California dau. of Walde- 
mor V, and Vida (Anderson) Waldron. Children. 

I, Nancy Jo Wren b. 6 Dec. 1951 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 

Marjorie Yvonne Jones b. 25 Nov. 1924 Chino Valley, Yavapai, Arizona, 
Arizona dau, of George B. and Belva (Wilcox) Jones md. 19 Dec. 1947 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona James C. Brown b. 26 Mar. 1 921 Tucson, Pima, Arizona 
son of Harold C. and Mary (Young) Brown. Children. 

I. Johanna Christine Brown b. 19 July 1951 El Monte, California 



LARUE CHILD b, 1 6 June 1932 Fair- 
view, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Albert 
D'Orr and Elnora (Hanson) Child md. 9 
Feb. 1 95 1 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
Dwayne Penrose vVright b. 18 Mar. 1 931 
Afton, Franklin, Wyoming son of Lyman 
Sidney and Vernessa (Penrose) Wright. 




LaRue and Dwayne VVright 



BETTIE RUTH STAPP (MARTIN) b. I Apr. 1925 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
dau. of William Wayne and Oma (Phelps) Stapp md. 30 Oct. 1 942 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona John Larring Heck b. 17 Apr. 1920 Toledo, Lucas, Ohio 



Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 273 

son of Allyn Richard and Flora Jane (Sides) Heck. Children. 

1. SHIRLEY HANNAH HECK b. 21 Sepu i9^3Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 
d. 1950 of luekemia 

2. JOHN ALLYN HECK b, 10 Oct. 1944 Mansfield, Richland. Ohio 



« f-^*- '6^ ""tJ" +»J"»^iM]?<nj 




Jack. Bettie, Shirley 
and John Heck 



FLORA JEAN WATKINS b. 28 Jan. 1929 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona dau, 
of William Olen and Mary Elizabeth (Murray) Watkins md. 26 Oct. 1946 Car- 
son City , Ormsby, Nevada Stanley Grant Clark b. 4 Feb. 1924 Santa Cruz , 
Santa Cruz, California son of 
Ralph Samuel and Silver Fern 
(Watkins) Clark. 

Flora Jean has been active 
in the Church and Stanley re- 
ceived several awards for his 
war service. Children. 

I. LINDA LEE CLARK b. 
17 Oct. 1947 Sacramento, Sacramento, Calif. 




Flora, Stanley and Linda Lee Clark 




Teri LaRae 



Geraldine and Russell Watkins 



LORUM RUSSELL 
WATKINS b . 27 Oct . 
1928 Chandler, Maricopa, 
Arizona son of Warner 
Russell Watkins and Ida 
(Perkins) Watkins md. 26 
Feb. 1947 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona Geraldine 
Nations b. 30 Dec. 1 929 



Neblett, New Mexico dau. of Thomas and Beatrice (Williams) Nations. 

Russell and Geraldine live in Phoenix where he is employed by the Cal- 
houn Brothers Transport Company, He has been active in scouting. They 
are both ardent Church workers. Children. 

I. TERI LA RAE WATKINS b. 6 Mar. 1948 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona 



IDA MERLENE WATKINS b. 23 June 1931 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
ofWarner Russell and Ida (Perkins) Watkins md. 27 Aug. 1947 Mesa, Maricopa. 
Arizona MerrilRay Garrard b. 20 Sept. 1927 Burley. Idaho, son of.Lester Ray 



274 



Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 




Carol Jean 
Garrard 



Ida and Merril Garrard 



and Blanch Eliza (Bowcutt) Garrard. 
Ida and Merril live in Phoenix 
whereheiserriployedby the Moun- 
tain States Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. They have always 
been faithful Latter-day Saints. 

Children. 

1. CAROL JEAN GARRARD b. 

17 Feb. 1950 Phoenix, Maricopa, 

Arizona. 



MABEL JE^N WATKINS b. 23 Mov. 1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. 
of Warner Russell and Ida (Perkins) Watkinsmd. 23 Nov. 1948 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona, Owne Woodruff Allen, Jr. b. i Aug. 1927 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 
California son of Owen Woodruff and Adah (Pomeroy) Allen, Sr. 

Mabel Jean has been an outstanding musi- 
cian and secretary. Her life was spared twice; 
once from drowning, and once from contact 
with live electric wires. 

Owen has been outstanding in the Boy 
Scouts. His chief interest has been in agri- 
culture. They are at present living in Casa 
Grande where they are active in the branch. 
Children. 

I. SANDRA JEANNE ALLEN b. 3 Jan. 1951 ^^^'^^ ^""""oTen Allen.Jr. 




■iist 




Colleen and Ray Pickens 



jlmmie 



Dennis 



sheila 



COLLEEN ROWLEY b. 23 July 1927 Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of 
Allen R. and Gladys Mavel (Allen) Rowley md. 6 Dec. 1946 Mesa, Maricopa 
Arizona Rayburn Pickens b. 21 Aug. 1926 New Albany, Mississippi son of James 
Franklin and Olga May (Elder) Pickens. Children. 

1. ilMMIE LLOYD PICKENS b. 23 Sept. 1947 Tempe, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. SHEILA LOUISE PICKENS b. 21 Sept. 1 948 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. DENNIS WAYNE PICKENS b. 11 Feb. 1951 Burtonwood Air Force Base, 
Burtonwood. Lincolnshire, England 



Charles - Second Gieat Grandchildren 
(2) JOYCE ROWLEY b. 7 Jan. 1929 Phoenix. Mari- 
copa, Arizona dau. of Allen and Gladys Mavel (Allen) 
Rowley md. 27 Apr. 1949 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona 
Harold GlestonOlsenb. 9 Nov. 1914 Hancock, Minnesota 
son of Hans Christian and Anna Christina (Petersen) Ol- 
sen. Children. 

I. DENISE OLSEN b. 28 Oct. 1 950 Mesa, Maricopa . 
Arizona 




Joyce Olsen 



MAX INE ROWLEY b. 17 Feb. 1932'Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Al- 
len and Gladys Mavel (Allen) Rowley md. 21 Dec. 1951 Mesa, Maricopa. 
Arizona Ralph Lewis Brooks b. 4 April 1934 ^on of Lewis and Katie May 
(Williams) Brooks. 

GLENDA ROWLEY b. 18 Oct. 1 934 Prescott, Yavapai, Arizona daiu of 
Allen and Gladys Mavel (Allen) Rowley md. 12 Apr. 1951 Mesa, Maricopa, 
Arizona James Delbert Finch b. 6 Apr. 1931 Bloornfield, San Juan, New 
Mexico son of William Clyde and Pearl (Norton) Finch, Children. 

I. JAMES DELBERT FINCH, JR. b. 5 Feb. 1952 Mesa, xMaricopa, Arizona 







Lois Rowley 
Shepherd 



Michele, Carl 
Edwin, Donald 
Arden Shepherd 



LOIS ROWLEY b. 7 June 1927 Mesa, Maricopa. Arizona dau. of Edwin 
Jesse and Rosilla (Allen) Rowley md. 29 Apr. 1946 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
Max George Shepherd b , 8 Nov. 1926 Montrose, Montrose, Colorado son of 
Rollins Don Carlos and Zelora Mae ('Hiett) Shepherd, Children. 

1. MICHELE SHEPHERD b, 1 4 Dec. 1946 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

2. CARL EDWIN SHEPHERD b. 30 Apr. 1949 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. DONALD ARDEN SHEPHERD b. 23 July 1951 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 



DUANE ALLEN ROWLEY b. 21 Jan. 1 929 Mesa, Mari- 
copa, Arizona son of Edwin Jesse and Rosilla (Allen) nid. 
Jan. l95iMesa, Maricopa, Arizona Gwendolyn Ann Dubian 
b. 27 Dec. 1933. Children. 

I. KIMBALL DUANE ROWLEY b, 6 Jan. 1952 Mesa. 
Maricopa, Arizona 




Duane Rowley 



27*3 Charles - Second Great Grandchildren 

ELAINE ROWLEY b. 19 July 1932 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Edwin 
Jesse and Rosilla {Allen) Rowley md. 12 Oct. 1950 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 
William Baker son of Alfred H. and Elna (Farnsvvorth) Baker. Children. 
I. MELINDA BAKER b. 8 Jan. 1952 Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona 




JOANNE ROWLEY b. 26 June 1934 Mesa, 
Maricopa, Arizona dau. of Edwin Jesse and 
Rosilla (Allen) Rowley md, 23 Dec. i949Jack 
Eldon Schnepf b. Nov. Children. 

1. NANDEINA SCHNEPF b. 10 May 1951 



Joanne and Jack Schnepf 



ANDREW LE-E ^^^ 

ANDREW LEE ALLEN JR. b. ]6 Aug. 1932 Burton Cauaraugus. New York son 
ofAndrewLeeandClarinda(Knapp) Allen md. (l)4Mar. 1872 Sali Lake City. 
Salt Lake. Utah Minerva Whittle b. 15 May 1854 Ft. Herriman. Salt Lake! 
Utahdau. ofThomas Levi and Mary Jane (Butterficld) Whittle d. 18 Sept. 1929 
Cove. Cache. Utah. He d. 8 June 1918 Cove, Cache. Utah. Md. (2)VT.1ay 
1884 Logan, Cache. Utah Ann Spackman b. 8 Nov. 1868 West Woody. Berk- 
shire, England dau. of Edward and Rosanna (Black) Spackman d. 2 June 1900 
Ogden, Weber, Utah. 




Family of Andrew Lee and Minerva W. Allen 
Children of Andrew Lee Allen, Jr. and Minerva Whittle: 

1. ANDREW THOMAS ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1872 Richmond, Cache. Utah 

2. SIDNEY ALMOND ALLEN b. 3 Dec. 1874 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 9 
Oct. 1887 (unmd) 

3. ELIJAH WILLIAM ALLEN b. 16 Aug. 1876 Richmond. Cache, Utah 

4. MINERVA OLIVE ALLEN b. 1 Aug. 1 878 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

5. DAVID KIMBALL ALLEN b. 21 Aug. 1880 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

6. LEVI SOLOMON W. ALLEN b. 30 Dec. 1 882 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. CHARLES EPHRAIM ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1884 Cove. Cache. Utah 

8. ELSIE PERCIN DA ALLEN b. 11 Dec. 1 886 Cove, Cache. Utah 

9. ISAAC WALTER ALLEN b. 23 Jan. 1 889 Cove. Cache. Utah 

10. AARON MOSES ALLEN b. 20 Feb, i892Cove, Cache, Utah d. 19 Jan. 
1905 Cove, Cache, Utah 

11. JAMES ETHER ALLEN b. 13 Apr. 1894 Cove, Cache, Utah 
Children of Andrew Lee Allen, Jr. and Ann Spackman: 

1. CLARINDA ANN ALLEN b. 1 4 Mar. 1886 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. ROSANNA ALLEN b. 30 Aug. 1888SU George, Washington, Utah 

3. JULIA CONSTANCE ALLEN b. 30 Aug. i89oAfton, Uinta. Wyoming 

4. ETflEL ELLEN ALLEN b. 20 July 1892 Afton. Uinta. Wyoming d. 23 
Oct. 1892 Afton, Uinta, Wyoming. 



278 



Andrew - Grandchildren 




Rosanna, Ann, Clarinda Rosanna Allen 

Julia and Ethel 

Rosanna owes her hands to the faith of her father as he would not let the doctor 
amputate them when they were badly frozen. Andrew sat by his three year old 
daughter's bed day and night, anointing her hands with olive oil and changing 
ihe linens. This went on for several months. His constant prayers were answer- 
ed and she lost only the tips of her fingers. As she grew older and learned of 
her father's faith she dedicated the use of her hands to her father. She cared 
for her father and his first wife Minerva, until their deaths, then she cared for 
her brother, Thomas. She now resides at Salt Lake City. 

ANDREW THOMASALLENb. 27 Nov. 1872 
Richmond, Cache, Utah son of Andrew Lee 
and Minerva (Whittle) Allen md. (i) Dec. 
1 896 Catherine Spencer (no is s u e , sep. ) 
Md. (2) 28 Nov. I goo Edith Ann Bennett 
dau. of William Bennett. Children. 

1. ANDREW KENNETH AbL EN b. 24 
Nov. 1 90 1 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. WILLIAM BENNETT ALLEN b. 22Feb. 
1903 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 13 Mar. 1903 

3. ARVOUD BENNETT ALLEN b. 6 Mar. 1 905 Cove, Cache, Utahd.19 
Mar. 1905 

4. ALEITHA (LETHA) ALl-EN b. 19 Sept. 190b Fairview, Oneida, Idaho 

5. LA RETTA ALLEN b. I Jan. 1909 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. PHILIP LEGRAND ALLEN b. 21 Sept, l9i2Cove, Cache, Utah 
Thomas and Edith Allen farmed at Cove for a number of years. He is also 
a carpenter and they now reside in Salt Lake City, Utah. Thomas filled a 
mission in the Southern States, They have both been active church workers. 




Andrew Thomas and 
Edith Ann Bennett 



ELIJAH WILLIAM ALLEN b. 1 6 Aug, 1876 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of An- 
drew Lee and Minerva (Whittle) Allen md. 17 Sept. 1901 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Rose Titensor b, 12 Aug. 1 880 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Thomas and Eliz- 
beth (Bradbury) Titensor. Children, 



Andrew - Grandchildren 



279 




1. VIRGINIA T. AI.LLN b. 14 Aug. 
1902 Cove. Cache, Utah 

2. CORAL ALLEN b. 21 Dec. 1904 
Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. WILLIAM THEODORt ALLEN b. 7 
July 1908 Cove, Cache, Utah 

Elijah William and 4. NELDA ALLEN h. 3 Jan. l9i2Cove. 

Rose T. Allen Cache. Utah 

5. NORA LOUISE ALLEN b. 14 Oct. 1917 Lc-an, Cache, Utah 
Elijah and Rose were both active temple workers. She has ^reat artistic ability 
in decorating her home and landscape. Elijah tilled a mission in the Southern 
States and was a trained machinist for the railroad. 




Minerva Olive Allen and Joseph Smith Biggs Family 

MINERVA OLIVE ALLEN b. I Aug. 1878 Cove, Cache, Utah da lu of Andrew 
Lee and Minerva(Whittle) Allen md. II Feb. 1897 Logan, Cache, Utah Joseph 
Smith Biggs b. 18 Nov. 1875 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of John and Jane 
Theodora (Wright) Biggs. Children. 

1. OSIE ALLEN BIGGS b. 27 June 1 900 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. DELIA OPHELIA BIGGS b. 5 Apr. 1 902 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. ANDREW JOHN BIGGS b. 21 Sept. 1 903 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. JOSEPH SIDNEY BIGGS b. 26 Sept. 1905 Cove, Cahce, Utah 

5. CHARLES ALLEN BIGGS b. 5 Ocu 1907 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. RUTH MINERVA BIGGS b. 9 Jan. 1910 Cove. Cache, Utah 

7. WESLEY ALLEN BIGGS b. 23 Dec. 1911 Cove, Cache, Utah 

8. WILLIS ALLEN BIGGS b. 19 June 19 14 Cove, Cache, Utah 

9. ETHER ALLEN BIGGS b. 28 Jan. 191 7 Cove, Cache. Utah 

10. REBECCA ALLEN BIGGS b. 7 Feb. 1919 Cove. Cache. Utah 

11. REX ALLEN BIGGS b. 2 Feb. 1921 Cove. Cache. Utah 

12. OLIVE ALLEN BIGGS b. 23 Mar. 1924 Cove, Cache, Utah 

Olive and Joseph Biggs have retired from farming and live in Salt Lake City, 
Utah. Joseph filled two Southern States missions and both of them have been 



2So Andrew - GrandchildrcJi 

active in the Cove Sunday School. iMive has worked in the Primary. The 
children were raised on the large farm and found plenty of work to do keeping 
a large patch of strawberries and raspberries. 






David K. and Emma Lucinda Allen Millie and Zeeu Margaret Allen 

DAVID KIMBALL ALLEN b. 21 Aug. 1880 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of An- 
drew Lee and Minerva (Whittle) Allen md. 16 Sept. 1903 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Emma Lucinda Curtis b. 25 Jan. 1883 Park City, Summit, Utah d. 3 July 1936 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of George William and Emma Lucinda 
(Haws) Curtis. Children 

1. EMMA LUCINDA ALLEN b. and d. 1 904 Newton, Cache, Utah 

2. MILLIE CURTIS ALLEN b. 31 Oct. 1906 Newton, Cache, Utah 

3. ZEETA MARGARET ALLEN b. 28 Apr. 1913 Chicago, Cook, Illinois 

4. DAVID WALTER ALLEN d. in infancy Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 
David Kimball Allen has been an outstanding physician and surgeon holding the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine. He is at present on the Orthopedic Staff of the 
Veterans' Hospital and L. D. S. Hospital at Salt Lake City. The following is 
taken from the Utah Biography Volume II: 

"In November, 1917, he enlisted and was sent to Camp Travis, Texas, as 
orthopedic surgeon in charge of that department. In April, 1918, he was trans- 
ferred to Philadelphia for special study at the University of Pennsylvania, and 
in August of that year went overseas, being attached to the British in the 
Welsh Metropolitan Hospital at Cardiff, Wales, doing reconstruction surgery. 
For a time he was engaged in similar work at the Alder Hey Military Hospital 
at Liverpool, and in December, 1918, joined the United States Base Hospital 
No. 58 in France and was acting commander in charge of records. In April , 
1919, he received his honorable discharge at Camp Jackson, North Carolina. 
He went into the military service as a first lieutenant and was promoted to 
captain in August, 1918, and is now a major in the Medical Officers Reserve 
Corps. 

His war service overseas brought him great opportunities to familiarize 
himself with the great work being accomplished in orthopedic surgery,, and 
that special work has been emphasized in. his private practice since returning 
to Salt Lake City. He is a member of the staff of the Latter Day Saints Hos- 
pital at Salt Lake, isa fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a mem- 
ber of the Utah State, Salt Lake County and American Medical Associations . 




Andrew - Grandchildren 281 

He belongs to the American Legion, and since iQighas been attending specialist 
to the Veterans Bureau. He is a member of the Military Surgeons Medical 
Corps and the Gorgas Memorial Institute of Tropical and Preventive Medicine. " 
His wife, tmma Lucinda, served as Church organist at Park City, Utah; work - 
ed in the LeGrand Ward Relief Society; and held membership in the Delta' 
Gammas' Mothers' Club and die Auxiliary Salt Lake County Medical Society. 
Millie and Zeeta Margaret have both had extensive schooling. Millie teaches 
English at Hast High School in Salt Lake City and Zeeta Margaret's professior 
is that of a legal secretary. 

LEVI SOLOMON WHIT- 
TLE ALLEN b. 30 Dec. 
1882 Cove, Cache, Utah 
son of Andrew Lee and 
Minerva (Whittle) Allen 
md . 2Q Dec. 1905 Lo- 
gan, Cache, Utah Rachel 
Monson b. 31 July 1885 
Richmond, Cache, Utah 
dau. f Christian Hans 
and Ella ; Jensen) Mon- 
Solomon Allen Family ^^^ Children: 

1. VIVIAN MONSON ALLEN b. 17 Nov. 1900 Cove, Cache. Utah 

2. KERMIT MONSON ALLEN b. 3 May 191 1 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 14 Aug. 
19H Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. REED MONSON ALLEN b. 4 Nov. l9l3Cove, Cache. Utah 

4. LEE SAUL ALLEN b. 16 June 1 927 Logan, Cache, Utah 

Sol and Rachel Allen have been sincere workers in the Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-day Saints throughout their lives. Sol filled a Tahitian mission and 
has served in all of the attxiliary organizations. He has been an active scouter 
for more than thirty years and was awarded the Silver Beaver Award for out- 
standing service 5 Feb. 1941. H c is a member of the executive board of the 
Cache Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Rachel has taught Sun- 
day School for forty years and has served in many outstanding executive posi- 
tions. Sol holds the office of High Priest. They own and operate 150 acres 
of land in Cove, Utah. Their son, Lee, has also been active in Boy Scout 
work and other Chufch activities. 

CHARLES EPHRAIM ALLEN b. 27 Nov. 1884 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Andrew 
Lee and Minerva (Whittle) Allen md. 23 Dec. 1909 Logan, Cache, Utah Lo- 
viniaBrower b. 20 Nov. 1888 Wilford, Idaho dau. of John Taylor and Jane 
Victoria (Telford) Brewer. Children. 

1. HELEN MINERVA ALLEN b, 25 Mar. 1911 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. CHARLES SHERMAN ALLEN b.. 4 May 1913 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah , ^ 

3. ELOISE ALLEN b. 27 Mar. 1915 Salt Lake City. Sail Lake. Utah 



282 



Andrew - Grandchildren 



4. FRANCESLUANA ALLEN b. 16 
Sept. 19 1 6 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah 

5. ANDREW LEE ALLEN b. 1 2 May 
1926 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia d . 23 Oct. 1 940 Los Angeles, 
California 



Charles Ephraim Allen Family 
Charles Ephraim and Lovinia live at 376 Linda Rosa Avenue, Pasadena. Cali- 
fornia. He completed an Eastern States mission and a Pasadena Stake Mission. 
He holds the office of High Priest. Lovinia has worked in the Primary and the 
Relief Society and also filled a Pasadena Stake Mission. They have done a 
great deal of traveling as his occupation has been managing, organizing, sell- 
ing, mining, and insurance. She is an expert dressmaker. 





Elsie and Daniel Clark 



ELSIE PERCINDA ALLEN b . II 
Dec. 1886 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Andrew Lee and Minerva (Whittle) 
Allen md. 1 2 Sept. 1907 Daniel Lar- 
sen Clark son of Daniel and Mary 
(Larsen) Clark. Children. 

1. DANIEL AARON CLARK, b. 1 5 
Oct. 1908 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. DAVID ALLEN CLARK b. 26 
May 191 1 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. ANDREW CARL CLARK b. lO 

Aug. 1916 Cove, Cache, Utah d. in New Jersey 

4. KEITH ALLEN CLARK b. 7 Apr. 1919 Cove. Cache, Utah 

5. IDA A. CLARK b. II Nov. 1921 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. ROSS A. CLARK b. 5 Sept. 1 924 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. MARGERY CLARK b. Dec. 1927 Cove, Cache, Utah 

Elsie attended sewing and dressmaking, school in Logan and taught in the 
Primary. 



ISAAC WALTER ALLEN b. 23 Jan. 1889 Cove. 
Cache, Utah son of Andrew Lee and Minerva 
(Whittle) Allen md. (I) 1925 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Dorothy Kirk d. 1928 Moab, Utah md. 
(2) 24 May 1930 Daisy Akers (Davis) Taylor b. 31 
May 1900 Divide , Colorado dau. of Byrum and 
Melissa (Akers) Davis. 
Children of Isaac Walter Allen and Dorothy Kirk: 




David W. Allen 
L Walter Allen 



Andrew - Grandchildren 283 

1. DAVID WALTER ALLEN b. 31 Mar. 1925 

Isaac Walter Allen graduated from Rush Medical College in Chicago and 
took his internship at tlie Grant Hospital. He returned to Utah and was Act- 
ing Assistant Surgeon for the War Veterans Bureau at the Utah State Agricultural 
College. He was a lieutenant in World War I. He became Superintendent 
Doctor of tlic County Hospital at Moab. Utah in the spring of 1920. It was just 
beginning with three rooms and under his careful guidance, hard work, and 
financial a i d it has grown to thirty rooms. He established clinics and health 
centers in the surrounding localities. He was known to answer the call for help 
regardless of weather or distance. Once he saved a woman's life by riding three 
relay horses over the snow covered mountains in the night. He was an ex- 
cellent surgeon and practiced for twenty-eight years. He retired in 1948. 
Daisy Allen w a s left a widow with four children so Doctor Allen married her 
and she has made him a happy home. 

David Walter (Dick) lives in Los Angeles where he is assistant manager of 
Health and Accident Department of the Continental Casualty Company. 

JAMES ETHER A LLEN b. 1 3 A p r . 1 894 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Andrew Lee and 
Minerva (Whittle) Allen md. 29 Jan. 1919 
Manti, San Pete, Utah Wavie lone Hyer b. 
16 Nov. 1898 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Brigham and Emnia (Bright) Hyer. Children 

1. CAROL A LLEN b. 3 July 1 928 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 

2. HELEN ALLEN b. 10 Feb. 1931 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

James and Wavie are active in the Cove 
Ward. He has always been a community 
worker and has taken a prominent part in 
the building of the new Church house. 




James Ether Allen Family 




CLARINDA ANN ALLEN b. 14 Mar. 1 886 Cove, 
Cache, Utah dau. of Andrew Lee and Ann (Spackman) 
Allen md. 18 Mar. 1908 Logan, Cache, Utah Walter 
Decker Cafferty b. 17 Nov. 1881 Fairview, Franklin, 
Idaho d. 21 Aug. 1940 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
George Decker and Eleckeda Dieann (Lake) Cafferty. 
Children. 

1. THORA CAFFERTY b. 16 Jan. 1909 Fairview, Franklin, Idaho 

2. CARRIE CAFFERTY b. 12 Aug. 1910 Fairview, Franklin, Idaho 

3. EDNA CAFFERTY b. 12 Jan, 19 14 Oakley, Idaho 

4. GEORGINA CAFFERTY b. 15 Nov. 1918 Rexburg, Idaho 

5. ADA CAFFERTY b. II June 1921 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 



Clarinda Cafferty 



284 Andrew - Grandchildren 




The George 0. Matkin Family 
JULIA CONSTANCE ALLEN b. 30 Aug. 1890 Afton. Lincoln. Wyoming 
dau. of Andrew Lee and Ann (Spackman) Allen md. 20 Dec. 191 1 Logan, 
Cache, Utah George guayle Matkin b. 3 Apr. 1887 Hyde Park, Cache, Utah 
son of Samuel and Permelia Juliann (Drury) Matkin. Children. 

1. HILDA ALLEN MATKIN b, 17 Jan. 1 91 3 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. SAMUEL MATKIN b. 22Feb. i9]4Cove, Cache. Utah d. 22 Feb. 1914 

3. ANDREW CHARLES MATKIN b. 6Mar. 1915 Swan Lake, Bannock. Idaho 

4. LEOTA MATKIN b. 13 Jan. 1917 Swan Lake. Bannock, Idaho 

5. ANNIE MATKIN b. 6 Sept. 1918 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

6. GEORGE ORIEL MATKIN b. 9N0V. i9i9Swan Lake. Bannock, Idaho 

7. BLANCHE MATKIN b. 9 Apr. 1 922 Preston. Franklin, Idaho 

8. FENTON ALLEN MATKIN b. 6 Jan. 1924 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

9. ELOISE MATKIN b, 1 2 Jan. 1 925 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

10. LA VAR MATKIN b. 6 May 1927 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

n. CONRAD MATKIN b. 30 Mar. 1929 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho d, 
20 Apr. 1929 

12. BERT MATKIN b. 15 Apr. 1 930 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho d. 6 Nov. 

1947 

13. LAZELLE MATKIN b. 13 Nov. 1 933 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 
Julia and George are both children of second plural wives. They learned 

the value of hard work when they were young and continued it throughout their 
lives. They homesteaded at Swan Lake, Idaho and went through all the hard- 
ships of the original pioneers in preparing their land and providing the con- 
veniences which they now have. Through their labors their children have re- 
ceived good educations, are active in chiurch organizations and three have 
filled missions. 

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by ANDREW 
ANDREW KENNETH A L L E N b. 24 Nov. 1901 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Andrew Thomas and Edith Ann (Bennett) Allen md. 24 Nov. 1924 Richmond, 



Andrew - Grear Grandchildren 



285 



Cache, Utah Ethel Stocks b. 23 Sept. 1902 
Lewiston, Cache, Utah dau. of Moroni He- 
v/ard and Mary Florence (Bright) Stocks. 
Residence 2 1 42 Wayside, Compton, Cali- 
fornia. Children. 

I. KAY LEVORE ALLEN b.' 14 Nov. 1927 
Lewiston, Cache, Utah 




Andrew K. Allen Family 




Vincent i3regiio Family 



ALEITHA (LETHA) ALl.LN b. 1 9 Sept. I906 
Fairvicw, Idaho dau. of Andrew Thomas and £dith 
Ann (Bennett) Allen md. 2c July 1939 Riverside. 
California Vincent Stanley Breglio (Briglo). Resi- 
dence in Los Angeles, California. Children. 

1. VINCENT JOSEPH BREGLIO b. 12 Sept. 1940 



LA RETTA ALLEN b. I Jan, 1909 Cove, 
Cache, Utah dau. of Andrew Thomas and 
Edith Ann (Bennett) A lien md. 20 Aug. 1928 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho David Lewis 
Fletcher b. 29 Feb. 1904 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho son of Adam J. and Margaret (Lewis) 
Fletcher. Children. 

1. CAROL LOU FLETCHER b. I 9 Feb 
1932 Grace, Idaho 

2. KAREN LEE FLETCHER b. 21 Aug. 1951 




David Leu 1 



;tc.:ci rd'.imy 




(2) PHILIP LEGR.\ND ALLEN b. 21 Sept. 1912 
Cove, Cache, Utah son of Andrew Thomas and 
Edith Ann (Bennett) Allen ind. 18 Jan. 1948 Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, California lola M. Lcyinon 
b. 4July 1922 St. Joseph, Missouri -d.iu. of It J M. 
and Minnie (Luber) Leymon. 
Cliild of lola Leymon by first hubband: 
I. Wayne Ita Allen b. 30Oct. I 942 Los Angeles, LosAni;cies, Califomu 



Philip and lola /\llcn 



VIRGINIA T. ALLEN b. 14 Aug. 1902 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Elijah 
William and Rose (Titensor) Allen md. 18 Nov. 1925 Clyde Hcher England .\ 
24 Aug. 1903 Plain City, Utah. Children 

1. DEVORE ALLEN ENGLAND b. 1927 

2. ,WILLIAM CLYDE ENGLAND b. 1929 

3. RICHARD ENGLAND b. 1938 



286 Andrew - Great Gr&ndchildrea 

CORAL ALLEN b. 21 Dec. 1 904 Cove. Cache, Utah dau. of Elijah William 
and Rose (Titensor) Allen md. (i) 14 July 1923 Milo Clawson Lewis b. 3 Jan . 
I90[ Lewiston, Cache, Utah d. 1930 Ogden, Weber, Utah son of Riley Lewis, 
Md. (2) 20 May 1939 Verl Kirby Doan b. in California. 
Children of Coral Allen and Milo Clawson Lewis: 

1. PAUL CLAWSON LEWIS b. 21 Aug. 1924 Ogden, Webe;, Utah 

2. V A NILE LEWIS b. 29 Nov. 1926 Ogden. Weber, Utah 
Children of Coral Allen and Verl Kirby Doan: 

1. CAROLYN LEE DOAN b. 1 942 

2. CHERYL DIANNE DOAN b. 1946 

THEODORE WILLIAM ALLEN b. 7 July igoSCove, Cache. Utah son of Eli- 
jah William and Rose (Titensor) Allen md, (1) Pearl Slater (div, ) Md. (2) 
Venna Jean Sen. 
Children of Theodore William Allen and Pearl Slater: 

1. VERLIN ALLEN b. 1932 d. 1942 

2. GALE ALLEN b. 1 938 

Children of Theodore William Allen and Venna Jean Sen: 
I. LOU JEAN ALLEN b. 

NELDA ALLEN b. 3 Jan. 1912 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Elijah William 
and Rose (Titensor) Allen md. Walter H. Fuchs. Children. 

1. CHARLES WENDELL FUCHS b. 1945 

2. WILLIAM WALTER FUCHS b. 1950 

NORA LOUISE ALLEN b. 14 Oct. 1917 Logan. Cache, Utah dau. of Eli- 
jah William and Rose (Titensor) Allen md. Wendell Hughes Sorensen. Children. 
I. DAVID ALLEN SORENSEN b. 1946 

OSIE ALLEN BIGGS b. 27 June 1 900 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 6 Nov, 1920 Arthur Bond Golson, 
Children. 

1. BETTY BEA GOLSON b. 8 Aug. 1921 Cove. Cache, Utah 

2. CLAUD BOND GOLSON b. 23 Mar. 1923 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

3. FLOYD GRADY GOLSON b. 1 5 Mar. 1925 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, U^h 

4. ANDREW WESLEY GOLSON b. 17 May 1933 Ogden, Weber, Utah * 

5. JOSEPH CLEON GOLSON b. 27 Oct. 1942 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah 

6. DAVID ARTHUR GOLSON b. 7 Apr, 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah 

DELIA OPHELIA BIGGS b. 5 Apr. 1902 Cove. Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. (I) 22 Dec. 1920 Logan, Cache, 
Owen E. Larsen b. 17 Dec. 1898 Cove, Cache, Utah d, 17 Dec. 1933 Logan, 
Cache. Utah sou of Erastus Snow and Ruth (Cornish) Larsen, Md. (2) 2 Dec. 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 287 

1936 Logan, Cache, Utah Ralph Lew is Van Noy b. 8 Apr. 1889 Clamon, Idaho. 
Children of Delia Ophelia Biggs and Owen E. Larsen: 

1. DALE OWEN LARSEN b. 13 May 1922 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. AVERILL JOYCE LARSEN b. 8 Feb. 1924 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. GARTH SNOW LARSEN b. 17 Jan. 1926 Cove, Cache." Utah 
Children of Delia Ophelia Biggs and Ralph Lewis Van Noy: 

I. RUTH VAN NOY b. 24 Jan. 1938 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

ANDREW JOHN BIGGS b. 21 Sept. 1 903 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs, md. 15 June 1925 Amy Loraine Gittens 
b. 4 Mar. 1907 Smithfield. Cache, Utah dau, of Benjamin and Elizabeth 
(Glazier) Gittens. Children. 

1. BEVERLY BIGGS b. 27 Apr. 1927 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. COLLEEN BIGGS b. 29 Jan. 1929 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. ANDREW JAY BIGGS b. 26 June 1 931 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

4. BARBARA BIGGS b. 4 Apr. 1933 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

5. WENDELL G. BIGGS b. I Apr. 1936 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

6. DDCIE RUTH BIGGS b. I June 1938 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 

7. OLIVE PEGGY BIGGS b. 12 Dec. 1940 Logan. Cache, Utah 

8. BENNIE JOE BIGGS b. 20 Aug. 1943 San Diego, San Diego, California 

9. MICHAEL BIGGS b. 30 Nov. 1946 San Diego, San Diego, Califomia 

JOSEPH SIDNEY BIGGS b. 26 Sept. 1905 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 11 Dec. 1928 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Vera Condie dau. of John William and Rilla May (Pendleton) 
Condie. Children. 

1. EUGENE SIDNEY BIGGS b. 29 Mar. 1930 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. JOHN CLAIRE BIGGS b. 10 Oct. 1932 St. Anthony, Freemont, Idaho 

3. LARRY CONDIE BIGGS b. 7 July 1941 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. SUSAN BIGGS b. 8 June 1 946 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

CHARLES ALLEN BIGGS b. 5 Oct. 1907 Cove, Cache. Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 10 May 1947 Anna Elizabeth Fred- 
rickson b. 7 Feb. 1915 dau. of Clarence Marcus and Bertha (Neuenswander) 
Fredrickson, 

RUTH MINERVA BIGGS b. 9 Jan. 1910 dau. of Joseph Smith and Minerva 
.Olive (Allen) Biggs md. (I) 25 Jan. 1928 Logan, Cache. Utah Glen Artcll 
Rawlins b. 18 Jan. 1909 Lewiston, Cache, Utah d. 8 Jan. 1937 son of Glen 
and Lelia (Wheeler) Rawlins. Md. (2) 14 Apr. 1938 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah Ezra Taft Benson, Jr. b. 20 Sept. 1916 Logan, Cache. Utah son of Ezra 
Ta£t and Vera (Thatcher) Benson, Sr. 
■Children of Ruth Minerva Biggs and Glen Artell Rawlins: 

1. GLEN LA VOR RAWLINS b. 22 Aug. 1928 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

2. FA YE RAWLINS b. 18 June 1932 Lewiston, Cache. Utah 



288 Andrew - Great Grandchildren 

WESLEY ALLEN BIGGS b. 23 Dec. 191 1 Cove. Cache, Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs, md. i I Aug. 1943 Salf Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Mable Marie Young b. 10 Au^. 1916 dau. of William and 
Vera Marie (March) Young,. 

WILLIS ALLEN BIGGS b. 19 June 1914 Cove. Cache. Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md, (1) 1 Aug. 1934 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Leda May Atkinson dau. of Henry Atkinson, (div. 10 Jan. 1940). Md. 
(2) 2 I June 1947 Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada Ann Jestina Douglas b. 10 May 
1913 Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of Walter McGregor and Jestina (Ed- 
wards) Etouglas. 
Children of Willis Allen Biggs and Leda May Atkinson: 

1. WILLIS LEE BIGGS b, 24 Jan. 1936 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. STEVEN HENRY BIGGS b. 20 Dec. 1939 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

ETHER ALLEN BIGGS b. 28 Jan. 1 91 7 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 26 June 1937 Logan, Cache, Utah 
June Frances C. Lowe b. 1 1 June 1 91 8 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau, of Robert 
and Olive (Canwright) Lowe. Children. 

1. DEANNA LOWE BIGGS b. 5 Feb. 1939 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. DELORES BIGGS b. 6 Apr. 1941 Richmond, Cache. Utah 

3, JULIE BIGGS b. 15 Nov. 1943 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 

4, NEAL LOWE BIGGS b. 12 Mar. 1948 Murray, Salt Lake. Utah 

REBECCA ALLEN BIGGS b. 7 Feb. 1919 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 10 June 1937 Salt Lake City, Salt 

Lake, Utah Stanley Elmo Lundgreen b. 19 Dec, 1918 Smithfield, Cache, 

Utah son of Elmo and Rae (Coleman) Lundgreen. Children. 

1. LAUREL STANLEY LUNDGREEN b. 27 July 1938 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 
d. I Aug. 1938 

2. JOEL STANLEY LUNDGREEN b. 1 7 Apr. 1940 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. LA RENE LUNDGREEN b. 2 1 May 1 943 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

4. REX JAY LUNDGREEN b, 29 Apr. 1 949 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Rebecca and Stanley Lundgreen are living in the California mission where 

they are very active in the Church. 



REX ALLEN BIGGS b. 2 Feb. 1921 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Joseph Smith 
and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 7 Oct, 1942 San Diego, San Diego, Cali- 
fornia Helen Clarie Cox b. 12 Dec. 1924 Wilmar, Los Angeles, California 
dau. of John Samuel and Essie lola (Butter) Cox. Children. 

1. REX ALLEN BIGGS, JR. b. 9July 1943 San Diego, San Diego, California 

2. LARRY BIGGS b. 6 Dec. 1 944 San Diego, San Diego, California 

3. ILENE FRANCES BIGGS b. 1 3 May 1 946 San Diego, San Diego, California 

4. BRUCE WAYNE BIGGS b. 29 Sept. 1947 San Diego, San Diego, Calif. 
Rex and Helen Biggs reside in San Diego since his release from the service. 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 289 

His occupation is tile, floor, and wall layer. He has been an outstanding 
scouter. 

OLIVE ALLEN BIGGS b. 23 Mar. 1924 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph 
Smith and Minerva Olive (Allen) Biggs md. 30 Sept, 1942 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho John Randolph Bair b. 14 Dec. 1906 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of 
John Francis and Annie (Spackman) Hair. Children. 

1. MARGOBAlRb. 6 July 1943 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

2. ALAN JOHN BAIR b. 26 June 1945 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

3. LA VAR JOSEPH BAIR b. 6 Jan. 1 95 1 

Olive and John Bair are active workers in the Lewiston Ward, 



Vivian Monson 
Allen Family 




VIVIAN MONSON ALLEN b. 17 Nov. 1906 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Levi 
Solomon W. and Rachel (Monson) Allen md. 21 May 1930 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Flora Greene b, 4 Nov. 1906 Turner, Bannock, Idaho dau. of Joseph Piatt and 
Mary Ann (Read) Greene. Children. 

1. VEE NARD ALLEN b. 16 Feb. 1931 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. ARDIS ALLEN b. 1 5 June 1932 Pocatello, Idaho 

3. GARY GREENE ALLEN b. 28 Dec. 1935 Logan. Cache, Utah 

4. ALYS ALLEN b. ii June 1941 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

Vivian and Flora Allen farm and raise beef cattle in Cove. They are busy in 
Church work. He filled a Texas-Louisiana Mission (1946-47) and is in the 
Cove Ward Bishopric. She served on the Primary Stake Board and is a coun- 
sellor in the Y. W. M. I. A. 



REED MONSON ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 1 91 3 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Levi 
Solomon W. and Rachel (Monson) Allen md. 23 Dec. 1936 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Neta Eskelson b. 7 Nov. I 9 i 6 Smoot, Wyoming dau. of LeRoy and Violet 
(Staley) Eskelson. Children. 

1. REED JED ALLEN b. 2 Oct. 1937 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. ACE E. ALLEN b. 1 1 Mar. 1 939 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. BOB LYNN ALLEN b. 13 June 1943 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

4. BLAINE E. ALLEN b. 21 Nov. 1944 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. VARRE. ALLEN b. J 5 May 1946 Logan, Cache. Utah 

6. CAROL SUE ALLEN b. 13 Oct. 1950 Logan, Cache, Utah 

7. KATHY ALLEN b. 5 Sept, 1951 Logan, Cache. Utah 

Reed and Neta Allen live in Cove where he buys and sells cattle. They 



290 Andrew - Great Grandchildren 

were botli educated in local schools and are active in Cove Ward. 




Reed Monson Alien Family 

HELEN MINERVA ALLEN b. 25 Mar. 1 91 1 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Charles Ephraim and Lovinia (Brower) A:ien md. 18 July 193 1 Clarence Abner 
Allen b. 24 May 191 1 Coalville, Summit, Utah son of Elijah C. and Lillian 
Belle (Bigler) Allen. Children. 

1. ROBIN KAY ALLEN b. 29 Mar. 

1936 

2. LUANA IRIS ALLEN b. 16 

May 1937 

Clarence and Helen Allen live on 
Wasatch Avenue in Venice, Cali- 
fornia. They are members of the 
MarVista Ward. He is a partner 
in an electrical contracting company in Santa Monica, California 




Robin, Helen, Clarence, Luana Allen 




Ramona, Sherman 
and Jimmy Sue Allen 



CHARLES SHERMAN ALLEN b. 4 May 1913 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of Charles 
Ephraim and Lovinia (Brower) Allen md. 26 Feb. 
1938 Frances Ramona Bean b. 14 Feb. 1916 Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, California dau. of Arthur 
Rupert and Flossie Darling (Finnie) Bean. Children. 
I. JIMMIE SUE ALLEN b. 12 Apr. 1942 
Ramona and Charles live in Everett, VVash- 
ington where he is a carpenter and cabinet maker . 
He was ordained a deacon 2 Oct. 1928. 



ELOISE ALLEN b. 27 Mar. 1915 Salt Lake, City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of 
Charles Ephraim and Lovinia (Brower) Allen md. 14 July 1937 Verne Jenson 
Miller b. 16 Aug. 1914 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of John Clarence 
and Elnora (Jenson) Miller. Children. 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 



291 



1. VERNE ALLEN MILLER b. i60cr, I938 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. KAREN VICTORIA MILLERb. 22 Feb. 
1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

.3. BARBARA JEAN MILLERb. i Feb. 1949 
Santa Monica, California 

Eloise and Verne have worked in the 
auxiliary organizations of the Church where- 
ever they have lived. He is a Certified Pub- 
lic Accountant at Bell Garden, California. 




Verne Jensen Miller Family 




Harvey Lagerson Family 



They live at 407 East Fernfield Drive, Monterey, California. 

FRANCES LU AN A ALLEN b. 16 Sept. 1916 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of Charles 
Ephraim and Lovinia (Brow er) Allen md. 29 Mar. 
1940 Harvey Andrew Lagerson b, 6 Dec. 191 6 
Mirmeapolis, Minnesota son of Fredrick Andrew 
and SelmaCapitola (Larsen) Lagerson. Children. 

1. FREDRICK LEE LAGERSON b. I May 1 94 1 
Inglewood, California 

2. SALLY ANNETTE LAGERSON b. 24 July 
1943 Culver City, California 

3. PEGGY CHRISTINE LAGERSON b. 7 Apr. 
1945 Santa Monica, California 

They reside at 1328 Holmby Avenue, Los Angeles, California. He is an 
electrician and business agent for L B. E. W. She is a member of Reseda Ward 
where she serves as a primary teacher. 

CAROL ALLEN b. 3 July 1 928 Salt Uke City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of 
James Ether and Wavie lone (Hyer) Allen md. 28 July 1950 Logan, Cache , 
Earl Ray McEntire son of Wells and Ida (Davis) Mc Entire. 

Carol has a lovely singing voice and has been active in the Church. Her 
husband filled a mission to Great Biitian. She is a school teacher and he 
farms in Preston, Idaho. 

HELEN ALLEN b. 10 Feb. 1931 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau, of 
James Ether and W.avie lone (Hyer) A 1 1 e n md. 5 Aug. 1949 Logan, Cache. 
Utah Eldred Bodily. Children. 

1. GRANT JAMES BODILY b. 20 Nov. 1 950 

THORA CAFFERTY b. 16 Jan. 1909 Fairvicw, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Walter Decker and CI arind a Ann (Allen) Caff city md. 15 Dec. 1926 Alvin 
Alonzo Cahoon. Children. 

I. ERMA CAHOON b. 30 Oct. 1927 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 



292 Andrew - Great Grandchildren 

2. ROLAND CLYDE CAHOON b. 1 9 Apr. 1929 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. NELLIE BONNITA CAHOON b. 2 Apr. 1935 Thatcher,- Franklin, Idaho 

4. LOU DONNETTE CAHOON b. 26 Apr. 1 937 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. ALVIN DEVEER CAHOON b. 27 Mar. 1940 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

CARRIE CAFFERTY b. 12 Aug. 1910 Fairview, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Walter Decker and Claiinda Ann (Allen.) Cafferty md. 29 Sept. 1941 John B. 
Wilson, 

EDNA CAFFERTY b. (2 Jan. [914 Oakley, Idaho dau. of Walter Deciker 
and Clatinda Ann (Allen) Cafferty md. 10 Apr. 1939 O. Paul Beecher. Children 

1. WALTER PAUL BEECHER b. 25 Jan. 1943 Portland, Oregon 

2. JOSIE EDNA MAE BEECHER b. 24 June 1946 Portland, Oregon 

ADA CAFFERTY b. 11 June 1921 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Walter 
Decker and C la rind a Ann (Allen) Cafferty md. i May 1942 Ross Chester 
Beecher. Children. 

1. ROSS CHESTER BEECHER, JR. b. 30 Jan. 1 943 Phoenix, Maricopa, 
Arizona 

2. EDWARD EARL BEECHER b. 4Feb. I946Portland, Oregon d. 5 Feb. 1946 

3. ROBERT EUGENE BEECHER b.4 Feb. 1 946 Portland, Oregon d. 4 Feb. 1 946 




The Leavitt Family 
HILDA ALLEN MATKIN b. 17 Jan. 1913 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
George Quayle and Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. 24 Oct. 1933 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Golden Carbridge Leavitt b. 20 May 1909 Lewis- 
ton, Cache, Utah son of William and Caroline Frances (Carbridge) Leavitt . 
Children. 

1. GARRY M. LEAVITT b. 26 Aug. 1934 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

2. GAROLD W. LEAVITT b. 1 9 June 1938 Nyssa, Malheur, Idaho 

3. MARLENE LEAVITT b. 30 Mar. 1940 Nyssa, Malheur, Idaho 

4. DARLENE LEAVITT b. 30 Mar. 1940 hiyssa, Malheur, Idaho 

ANDREW CHARLES MATKIN b. 6 Mar. 1915 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 
son ofGeorge Quayle and Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. (i) 7 Nov, 1933 
Logan, Cache, Utah Judith DeannaLarsen b. 12 Oct. 1915 Downey, Bannock, 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 293 

Idaho dau. of David Lorenzo and Bessie Clare (Bloxham) I.arsen. Md. (2) 17 
Nov. 1 044 Boise. Ada, Idaho Irib Marie Cross b. 25 May 1927 Chappell Gar- 
den, Nebraska dau. of Marvin Rufus and Margaret Lllen (Jackson) Cross. 
Children of Andrew Charles Matkin and Judith Deanna Larsen: 

1. GCORGE KAY LH MATKIN b. 20 Sept. 
1934 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 

2. ANDREW DOYLE MATKINb. 21 July 

1938 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. DAVID ROYCH MATKIN b. 28 Dec. 

1939 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
Children of Andrew Charles Matkin and Iris 
Marie Cross: 

1. MARVIN JAY MATKIN b. 29 Apr. 1946 
Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho 

2. MARGARET MARIE MATKIN b. 5 June 
1947 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 




Andrew and Iris Mati<in 



i!=««3]r?«^-p J.-PaSyv' 




The Vard Guy 
Harris Family 



LEOTA MATKIN b. 1 3 Jan. 1917 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho dau. of 
George Ouayle and Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. 3 July 1940 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Vard Guy Harris b. 29 Aug. 1917 Grace, Bannock, 
Idaho son of Guy and Vara (Hubbard) Harris. Children 
• I. GEORGE VARD HARRIS b. 3 Nov. 1941 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

2. JULIA ANNE HARRIS b. 17 Sept. 1943 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

3. ELDRED M. HARRIS b. I Apr. 1946 Soda Springs, Caribou, Idaho d. 9 
Feb. 1 949 

4. JACK MATKIN HARRIS b. 30 June 1948 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. JILL HARRIS b. 25 Sept. 1949 Grace, Bannock. Idaho 

Leota and Vard both filled missions in the East Central States and are stili 
active Church workers. 

ANNIE MATKIN b. 6 Sept. ijlS Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho dau. of 
George Ouaylc and Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. 31 Mar. 1937 Salt 
LakcCity, salt Lake. Utah Ariel Elmer Stone b. 12 Sept. 1912 Chapin. Teton, 
Idaho son of James Frederick and Minerva Carolina (Smith) Monc. 
Children. 



294 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 



1. NANCY ANN STONE b. 21 
Feb. 1938 Swan Lake, Bannock, 
Idaho. 

2. AMY LOUISE STONE, b. 5 
Apr. 1942 Driggs, T^ton, Idaho 

3. BETH ROSA STONE b. 28 
Nov. 1944 Driggs, Teton, Idaho 

4. iMARGARET MARIE STONE 
b. 5 June 1947 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho 




The Elmer Stone Family 



GEORGE ORIEL MAT - 
KIN b, 9 Nov. 1919 Swan 
Lake, Bannock, Idaho son 
of George Quay le and Julia 
Constance (Allen) Matkin 
md. 24 Jan. 1942 Preston, 
Franklin, Idaho Ruth Pen- 
rose b. 22 May 1 920 Dow - 
ney, Bannock, Idaho dau. 
of Fred and Julia Abigail 
(Coffin) Penrose. Children. 

1. REUEL PENROSE MATKIN b. 20 May 1 942 Logan, Cache, Utah • 

2. RALPH ORIEL MATKIN b. lo Nov. 1 943 Ma lad, Oneida, Idaho 

3. JEANNE MATKIN b. 26 Apr. 1947 Kemmerer, Lincoln, Wyoniing 

4. RONALD P. MATKIN b. 24 July 1948 Provo, Utah, Utah 




The George Oriel Matkin Family 



Blanche M. and Robert 
Hoggan Family 




BLANCHE MATKIN b. 9 Apr. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idahodau, of George 
Quayieand Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. lONcv. 1940 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho Robert Morn Hoggan b. 31 Dec. 19 19 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
James and Vernetia (Winward) Hoggan, Children. 

1. ROBERT BRUCE HOGGAN b. 8 Oct, 1 941 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

2. JERRY MATKIN HOGGAN b. 13 Jan. 1944 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon 

3. JULIA CONSTANCE HOGGAN b. 31 Aug. 1949 Idaho Falls, Bonne'ville , 
Idaho 



Andrew - Great Grandchildren 



295 



ELOISE MATKINb. I2jan. 
1 925 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau, 
of George Quayle and Julia Con- 
stance (Allen) Matkin nid. II Aug. 
1946 Swan Lake, Bannock, Idaho 
Samuel Howe Wyrouck b . 9 Apr. 
1925 Lewistown, Furgus, Montana 
son of Samuel Albert and Annabel 
(Lapierre) Wyrouck. Children, 

I. CHERYL LYNN WYROUCK 
b. 25 June 1947 Butte, Silver Bow, 
Montana 

2. SUSANNE WYROUCK b . 9 
July 1949 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana 

3. JOANNE WYROUCK b. 9 July 1949 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana 




liloisc, Cheryl and oainuL-l Wvrouck 




LAVAR MATKIN b. 6 May 1927 

Swan Lake, Idaho son of George Quayle 

and Julia Constance (Allen) Matkin md. 

9 Jan. 1 950 Logan, Cache, UtahWalene 

Perkins b. 2 Aug. 1928 Clifton, Idaho 

dau. of Leroy Mendcnhall and Pearl 

Lillian (Viehweg) Perkins. Children. 

I. CONRAD MATKINb. 4 Mar. 
Lavar Matkin Family jgcj 

2. KURTLAND MATKIN b. 4 Mar. 1951 

Lavar and Walene are living in Swan Lake, Idaho and are active in the 
Church. Lavar filled a South African mission and is at present a member of 
the Portneuf Stake High Council where he is advisor to the iSist Ouorum of 
Seventies and is in charge of Fact-Finding and Statistical Department of the 
Stake. 

SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by ANDREW 



CAROL LOU FLETCHERb. igFch. 1932 
Grace, Idaho dau. of David Lewis and La 
Retta (Allen) Fletcher m d . 26 Dec. 1949 
Ronald L. Sisk. 



Carol and Ronald Sisk. 




296 Andrew - Second Great Grandchildren 

DFVORE ALLEN ENGLAND b. 1927 son of Clyde Heber and Virginia (Allen) 
England md. Carol East. 

WILLLAM CLYDE ENGLAND b. 1 929 son of Clyde Heber and Virginia (Al- 
len) England md. Jeanette Hurst, 

PAUL CLAWSON LEWIS b. 21 Aug. 1924 son of Milo Clawson and Coral 
(Allen) Lewis md. Lucile Burton. Children 

1. TAWNA ROSE LEWIS b. 1948 

2. MICHAEL PAUL LEWIS b. 1950 

VA NILE LEWIS b. 29 Nov. 1926 dau. of Milo Clawson and Coral (AUen) 
Lewis md. Gordon Keith Risser. Children. 
I. GORDON KEITH RISSER, JR. 

BETTY BEA GOLSON b. 8 Aug. 1921 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Arthur 
Bond and Osie Allen (Biggs) Go Ison md. 29 Mar. 1942 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Donald Charles Gamer. Children. 

1. BETTE SUSAN GARNER b. 3 Jan. 1 944 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. JON GRADY GARNER b. 20 Dec. 1944 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 

FLOYD GRADY GOLSON b. 15 Mar. 1925 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 
son of Arthur Bond and Osie Allen (Biggs) Golson md. ii Nov. 1944 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake. Utah Hannah Beth Rees b. 15 Feb. 1926 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah dau. of Fred Alvin and Ellen (Greer) Rees. Children. 

I. CHRISTINE GOLSON b, 18 Aug. 1 945 Salt Lake City, SaltLake, Utah 

DALE OWEN LARSEN b. 13 May 1922 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Owen E. 
Larsen and Delia Ophelia (Biggs) Larsen md. 7 Feb. 1944 Preston, Franklin. 
Idaho Margene Wickham b. 31 May 1925 Mt. Home, Duchesne, Utah dau. of 
Lavon and Alice (Hampton) Wickham. 

GARTH SNOW LARSEN b. I 7 Jan. 1926 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Owen 
E. and Delia Ophelia (Biggs) Larsen md. 4 Sept. 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Shirley M a e Coleman b. 27 Feb. 1928 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 
dau. of William Ervin and Beraice (Wilcox) Coleman. 



BEVERLY BIGGS b. 27 Apr. 1927 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. Andrew 
Johnand Amy Loraine(Gittens) Biggs md. 26 May 1945 San Diego, San Diego, 
California Johnie LeRoy Crosswhite b. 23 Oct. 1925 Hennessey, Kingfisher. 
Oklahoma son of Roy Elrey and Lucinda (Lane) Crosswhite. Children. 

1. JUDY ANN CROSSWHITE b. 7 Mar. 1946 San Diego, San Diego, Calif. 

2. JERI LYNN CROSSWHITE b. 21 May 1948 San Diego, San Diego, Calif. 

3. PATRICIA CROSSWHITE b. 25 Apr. 1949 San Diego, San Diego, Calif. 



Andrew - Second Great Grandchildren 297 

FAYE RAWLINS b. 18 June 1932 Lewiston. Cache, Utah dau. of Glen Artell 

and Ruth Minerva (Biggs) Rawlins md. 17 Aug. 1948 Salt Lake. Salt Lake, 

Utah Phillip Pierce Rogers b. 16 Ocu 1930 San Diego, San Diego, California 

son of Alva Chester and Anne (Pierce) Rogers. 

ARDIS ALLEN b. I5lune i932Pocatello, Idaho dau. of Vivian Monson and 
Flora (Greene) Allen md. 13 Sept. 1951 Logan, Cache, Utah Joseph Richard 
Waite on of Delmar and Lucille (Baxter) Waite. 

ERMA CAHOON b. 30 Oct. 1927 Preston. Franklin, Idaho dau. of Alvin 
Alonzo and Thora (Caffcrty) Cahoon md. 10 Nov. 1945 Charles R, Nelson, 
Children. 

I. GUY CHARLES NELSON 



298 



JAMES 




James and Mary Mathews Allen 



JAMES ALLEN b. 12 Oct. 
1833 Burton, Cattaraugus, New 
Yotk, d. 17 Jan. 1890 Rich- 
mond, Cache, Utah son of An- 
drew Lee and Clarinda (Knapp) 
Allen md. 24 Dec. i860 San 
Bernard! no, San Bernardino , 
California Mary Elizabeth Ma- 
thews b. 6 July 1842 Mary vale , 
Mississippi d. 13 Nov. 191 2 
Richmond, Cache, Utahdau. of 
Benjamin F. and Temperance 
(Weeks) Mathews. Children. 



1. CAROLINE AMELIA ALLEN b. 23 Nov. 186 1 San Bernardino, S. B. , 
California 

2. SARAH EMELINE ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 1863 San Bernardino, S. B. , Calif. 

3. LYDIA ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 1865 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. JAMES ALLEN b. 25 July 1 868 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

5,. MARY ABIGAIL ALLEN b. 7 Dec. 1870 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

6. LEVI SIDNEY ALLEN b. 26 Mar. 1872 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. I 
Nov. 1873 

7. BENJAMIN MATHEWS ALLEN b. 21 Oct. 1875 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

8. TEMPERENCE CLARINDA ALLEN b. 26 Aug. 1877 Richmond, Cache, 
Utah 




The Brower Family 
CAROLINE AMELIA ALLEN b. 23 Nov. i86i San Bernardino, San Bernardino, 
California d. 8 Dec. 1933 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. of James and Mary 
Elizabeth (Mathews) Allen md. 2 Apr. 1882 Joshua Brower b. 3 May 1862 
Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 9 July 1935 Richmond, Cache, Utah son oiUriah 
C. and Margaret (Hussey) Brower. Children. 



I. JA MES ARTHUR BROWER b. 9 Jan. 1 883 Richmond, Cache, Utah 




James - Grandchildren 299 

2. JOSHUA ALBERT BROWER b. i Feb. ) 885 Richmojid, Cache. Utah 

3. WILLIAM FREDRICK BROWER b. li Apr. 1887 Richmond. Cache. Utah 

4. MARY FERN BROWER b. 23 Sept. 1 889 Richmond. Cache. Utah 

5. GEORGE WAYNE BROWER b. 14 Oct. 1893 Richmond. Cache. Utah 

6. CHARLES GALES BROWER b. 22 Mar. 1 895 Richmond. Cache. Utah 

7. LYDIA EMMELINE BROWER b. 23 July 1899 Ora. Free'mont, Idaho 



SARAH EMELINE ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 1863 San Bern- 
ardino, San Bernardino, California d. 31 July 1938 Frank- 
lin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of James and Mary Elizabeth 
(Mathews) Allen md. 27 Apr. 1880 Franklin. Franklin. 
Idaho William H. Cottle b. 26 July 1859 Bristow. Eng. 
d. 31 July 1924 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of William 
Henry and Mary Elizabeth (Wright) Cottle. Children. ^^'^^ '"'^"^^ 

1. WILLIAM HENRY COTTLE, JR, b. 28 Jan. 1882 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. JAMES ALLEN COTTLE b. 22 Mar. 1 884 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 
22 Mar. 1884 

3. TEMPERENCE CLARINDA COTTLE b. 22 Dec. 1884 Richmond. Cache, 
Utah d. 7 Feb. 1885 

4. MARY ELIZABETH COTTLE b. 15 Dec. 1 886 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 

5. LEO ALLEN COTTLE b. 10 Oct. 1888 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

6. LENORA BELL COTTLE b. I Mar. 1891 Franklin. Franklin, Idaho 

7. BENNIE ALLEN COTTLE b. 18 May 1894 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho d. 
29 Sept. 1918 in France 

8. BYRDIE COTTLE b. 1 8 May 1894 Franklin, Franklin; Idaho d. 7 Oct. 
1894 

g. DANIEL WRIGHT COTTLE b. 4 July 1895 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho d. 
4 July 1 895 

10. JESSIE AMELIA COTTLE b. 17 July 1896 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

11. SARAH LAVERN COTTLE b. 23 May 1903 Franklin. Franklin. Idaho 

12. RUTH COTTLE b. 4 Mar. 1908 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 



LYDIA ALLEN b. 4 Nov. 1865 Richmond, 
Cache, Utahd. 12 Mar. 1946 Provo, Utah, Utah 
dau. of J a m c s and Mary Elizabeth (Mathews) 
Allen md. (1) 15 July 1893 Charles Walter Par- 
sous b. 22 Feb. 1867 Essex. England d. 13 July 
1897 Richmond. Cache, Utah son of John Robert 
and Frances Evelyn (Wy brow) Parsons. Md. (2) 

Charles and Lydla Parsons , * 1 , „ Ar,^^i^c raii 

^ 26 Feb. I 9 I 3 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Cali- 

fornia Reuben Alexander Mathews (brother of her mother). He disappeared. Child. 
1. JAMES WALTER PARSONS b. 1 3 Apr. 1 897 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
d. 14 Apr. 1897 




300 



James - Grandchildren 



JAMES ALLENb. 25 July 1868 Richmond, Cache, 
Utah d. I Feb. 1929 Sparks, Nevada son of James 
and Mary Elizabeth (Mathews) Allen nid. 30 Mar. 
1892 Mary (Mamie) Fordham o. 16 July 1870 Salt 
Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah d, 6 Oct. 1914 Frank- 
lin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Amos Pierre and Eliza- 
beth (Hughes) Fordham. Children. 
James and Mary Allen 

1. VERDA MAY ALLEN b. 9 Dec. 1 893 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. EDNA ALLEN b. 2o Apr. 1 897 Franklin, Cache, Utah 

3. JAMES PIERRE ALLENb. 24 Sept. 1 900 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho (unmd.) 

4. ANITA ALLEN b. 8 June 1903 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 





The Willard Robinson Family 

MARY ABIGAIL ALLEN b. 7 Dec. 1870 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 16 July 
1943 Magma, Utah dau. of James and Mary Elizabeth (Mathews) Allen md. 
30 Mar. 1892 Richmond, Cache, Utah Willard Robinson b, 4 Jan. 1869 Rich- 
mond, Cache, Utah d. 4 Dec. 1934 Magma, Utah son of John and Ann (Greg- 
son) Robinson. Children. 

1. CHLOMANIA ROBINSON b. 31 Jan. 1 893 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. JOHN WILLARD ROBINSON b. 3 Jan. 1895 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

3. MURIEL ANN ROBINSON b, I Nov. 1896 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. LYDIA ROBINSON b. 22 Jan. 1 900 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 22 Jan. 
1900 

5. MARY EDITH ROBINSON b. 4 May 1903 Richmond, Cache, Utah 



TEMPERENCE CLARINDA ALLENb. 26 Aug. 1877 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
dau. of James and Mary Elizabeth (Mathews) Allen md. 10 May 1899 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Joseph Arthur Meikle b. 10 Jan. 1877 Snjithfield, Cache, Utah 
son of James and Harriet L. (Peacock) Meikle. Childien. 



^h 



James - Grandchil -"^n 301 

1. MARGUERITE MEIKLE b. 13 Apr. 1900 
Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. MARY ABIGAIL MEIKLE b. I20ct. 1902 ^^•m. 
Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

3. JOSEPH GLEN MEIKLE b. 2 Nov. 1903 
Smithfield, Cache, Utah d . 15 Feb. 1920. 
(unmd. ). 

4. ZELDA MEIKLE b. 6 Mar. 1905 Smith- Temperence and Joe Meikle 
field, Cache, Utah 

5. SARAH LOUISE MEIKLE b. lb Feb. 1 907 Cache, Fremont. Idaho 

6. EARL MEIKLE b. 12 Aug. 1 909 Cache, Fremont, Idaho 

7. JAMES ALLEN MElKLE b. 7 Sept. J 911 Smithfield, Cache, Idaho 

8. LENORA MEIKLE b. 5 Feb. 1 915 Smithfield. Cache, Utah 

9. FRANCIS ARTHUR MEIKLE b. 15 Mar. 1917 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

10. DONALD PAUL MEIKLE b. l8 June 1919 Smithfield, Cache. Utah 

11. TEMPIE IRIS MEIKLE b. 27 Aug. 1921 Smithfield, Carhe, Utah 
Temperence Clarmda and Joseph made their home in smithfield, Utah 

until 1906, then moved to Cache, Idaho. But the winters were too long and 
too severe, and they returned to Smithfield 15 Dec. 1910. 

she has been quite active in Church and civic affairs. She was president 
of the first religion class organized in Richmond. She worked in the Richmond 
and Smithfield primaries, relief societies, and wassecretary of the relief society 
while living in Idaho, President of the Sarah Woodruff Camp of Utah Pioneers, 
and worked several years on the ward reunion committee. In the fall of 1942, 
she and her husband were called as missionaries to work in the Logan Temple, 
which they felt was a great honor. 

Her hobbies are flowers and handwork. 

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by JAMES 
JAMES ARTHUR BROWER b. 9 Jan. 1883 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of 
Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Allen) Brower md. Dec. 1907 Marysvale, Idaho 
Alice Helena Sharp b. 18 Nov. 1888 Marysvale, Idaho. Children. 

1. MONA RUTH BROWER b. 14 Apr. 1907 Marysvale, Idaho d. 26 Mar. 

1908 

2. ARTHUR WAYNE BROWER b. 7 July 1 909 Springfield, Utah. Utah 

3. HELEN MARIE BROWER b. 2 May 1 91 1 Marysvale, Idaho 

4. KENNETH C. BROWER b. 20 Aug. 1913 Kilgore, Idaho 

5. JAMES ARTHUR BROWER b. and d. 27 Nov. 191 5 Spencer. 

6. ZELMA BETTY BROWER b. 29 July 1919 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

JOSHUA ALBERT BROWER b. I Feb. 1885 Richmond. Cache, Utah son of 
Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Allen) Brower md. 22 Jan. 1908 Logan. Cache. 
Utah Ivy Harris b. 30 Oct. 1887 Lewiston, Cache, Utah. Children. 

I, ALBERT CARL BROWER b. 16 May 1909 Marysvale, Idaho 



■1Q2 James - Great Grandchildren 

2. VENNA BROWER b. 26 Apr. 191 3 Marysvale, Idaho 

3. MARJORIB AMELIA BROWER b. 3 Jan. 19 19 Marysvale, Idaho 

4. MELVIN HARRIS BROWER b. 5 Dec. 192581. Anthony. Idaho 

5. ROBERT DELANO BROWER b. 20 Feb. 1933 Trenton, Utah 



WILLIAM FREDRICK BROWER b. II Apr. 1 887 Richmond. Cache, Utah d. 
7 Feb. 1927 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Allen) 
Blower md. 26 Aug, 1912 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah Elizabeth Fortier- 
b. 1 Feb. 1889 Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Children. 

I. WILLIAM FREDRICK BROWER, JR. b. 27 Dec. 191 3 Salt Lake City , 
Salt Lake, Utah 

MARY FERN BROWER b. 23 Sept. 1889 Richmond, Cache, Utah da u. of 
Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Alien) Brower md. 20 Oct. 1909 Salt Lake City , 
Salt Lake, Utah Lorin Mc Gavin b. 28 Sept. 1883 Basin. Cassia, Idaho son of 
James Dunn and Margaret (Lockhart) Mc Gavin. Lorin filled a mission in the 
Southern States. Children. 

1. BLANCHE LOUISE MC GAVIN b. 25 May I 9 I Marysville, Fremont. 
Idaho 

2. AMELIA LUCILE MC GAVIN b. 16 Aug. 191 92 Marysville, Fremont, 
Idaho 

3. NEITA CLEONE MC GAVIN b. 1 8 Aug. 1 914 Marysville, Fremont, Idaho 

4. GEORGIA MAY MC GAVIN b. 4 May 1 9 17 Lima. Beaverhead, Montana 

5. LORIN KEITH MC GAVIN b. 25 June 1920 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

6. DOTTIE MARGARET MC GAVIN b. 25 July 1926 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

7. ROBERT GORDEN MC GAVIN b. 26 Jan. 1929 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

8. NOLAN CHAD MC GAVIN b. 4 Feb. 1934 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

GEORGE WAYNE BROWER b. 14 Oct. 1 893 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of 
Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Allen) Brower md. 1 Aug. 191 8 Flavia Barney of 
Caldwell, Idaho. Children. 

1. MAX BROWER b. 1920 Chehalis, Washington 

2. CAROL BROWER b. 1921 Chehalis, Washington d. 1946 Alaska (drownr 
ed) unmd. 

LYDIA EMMELINE BROWER b. 23 July 1899 Ora, Fremont, Idaho dau. of 
Joshua and Caroline Amelia (Allen) Brower md. 3 times. No children by any 
of her marriages. 

WILLIAM HENRY COTTLE. JR., b. 28 Jan. 1882 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
son of William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle md. (i) Jennie Ursula 
Allred b. 13 Mar. 1887 Lewlston, Cache, Utah dau., of George Riley and Mary 
Isadore (Layne) Allred. Md. (2) Velma McNeal of Preston, Franklin, Idaho. 
Children. 




T-'mes - Great Grandchildren ,0, 

1. WILLIAM GAROI.D COTTLE b. 12 Jan. 1906 Lewiston. Cache. Utah 

2. GWENDOLYN LEONE COTTLE b. 28 Oct. 1907 Eranklin. Franklin, 
Idaho 

MARY ELIZABETH COTTLE b. 15 Dec. 1886 
Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of William Henry 
and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle md. 4 Mar. 
1905 Logan, Cache, Utah Wallace Hans Olsen b. 
19 Mar. 1882 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Hans C. Olsen and Annette (Petersen) Olsen. 
Children. 

1. WALLACE HENRY OLSEN b . 8 June 1908 Mary Elizabeth Olsen 
Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

2. SARAH ALEINE OLSEN b. 23 July 1 910 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

3. MAX WELDON OLSEN b. 13 Sept. 1916 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 
LEO ALLEN COTTLE b. lo Oct. 1888 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho son of 

William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Alle») Cottle md. (1) Dean Bessie Dopp b. 
14 June 1893 Lewiston, Cache, Utah dau. of William Henry and Marian (Glo- 
ver) Dopp. Md. (2) Elda (Wilkinson) Collings b. 28 Dec. 1902 Franklin, Frank - 
lin, Idaho. 
Children of Leo Allen Cottle and Dean Bessie Dopp: 

1. ERMA DEAN COTTLE b. 3 Dec. 191 2 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

2. JEAN COTTLE b. 28 May 1918 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 
Children of Leo Allen Cottle and Elda (Wilkinson) Collings: 

I. PAULINE COLLINGS COTTLE b. 19001. 1 936 Preston. Franklin, Idaho 

LENORA BELL COTTLE b. I Mar. 1 89 1 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle md. 27 Aug. 191 5 Harry 
Moyer Whitner. No children. 

BENNIE ALLEN COTTLE b. I 8 May 1 894 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho d. 29 
Sept. 1 91 8 In France son of William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle 
md. I Oct. 1917 Logan, Cache, Utah Rubbenett Chatterton. Children. 

I. FRANCENE COTTLE b. 26 Sept. 1918 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

JESSIE AMELIA COTTLE b. 17 July 1896 Franklin. Franklin, Idaho dau. 
of William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle md. (i)Myrton Temple - 
ton, d. in Arizona flood. No children. Md. (2) 5 Dec. 1929 Monte Richard 
Hales of Provo, Utah, Utah. 

SARAH LAVERN COTTLE b. 23 May 1903 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. 
of William Henry and Sarah Emeline (Alien) Cottle md. 6 July 1927 Bear Lake , 
Idaho Victor Miles Jones b. 27 Mar. 190 I Dayton, Idaho d. 24 Oct. 1937 
Murray, Utah. Children. 

I. ALAN. CLAIR JONES b. 17 Jan. 1931 Milford, Utah 



^04 James - Great Grandchildren 

2. ANN JONES b. 14 Aug. 1936 Murray, Utah 

RUTH COTTLE b. 4 Mar. 1908 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of William 
Henry and Sarah Emeline (Allen) Cottle md. 11 Dec. 1925 Preston, Franklin, 
Idaho Clarence Bell Brown b. 7 Mar, 1907 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Amos 
Bell and Laura Jane (Holman) Brown. Children. 

1. CORINNE BROWN b. 21 OcU 1926 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

2. CLARENCE BELL BROWN, JR.,b. 1 1 June i928Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

3. SHARON MAE BROWN b. 31 July 1930 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

4. AMOS PAUL BROWN b. 16 Oct. 1931 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

5. WILLIAM COTTLE BROWN b. 21 Sept. 1 932 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

VERDA MAY ALLEN b. 9 Dec. 1893 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. of James 
and Mary (Fordham) Allen md. 10 June 191 5 Logan, Cache, Utah Rene Charles 
Halgren b. 17 June 1893 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of Oscar Charles and 
Minnie (Hobbs) Halgren. Children. 

1. VIRGINU MAY HALGREN b. 18 Dec. 1918 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. CHARLES ALLEN HALGREN b. 2 Mar. 1 92 1 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

3. SPENCER VAL HALGREN b. 12 July 1923 Lewiston, Cache. Utah 

EDNA ALLEN b. 19 Apr. 1 897 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of James 
and Mary (Fordham) Allen md, 31 Mar. 1920 Logan, Cache, Utah Kernel Bux- 
ton Toolsonb. 19 Apr. 1898 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of George Peter and 
Elizabeth (Buxton) Toolson. Children. 

I. EUNICE TOOLSON b. I July 1 923 Logan, Cache, Utah 

ANITA ALLEN b. 8 June 1.903 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho dau. of James and 
Mary (Fordham) Allen md, 28 Dec. 1925 Logan, Cache, Utah Floyd Richard 
Talbot b. 17 Mar. 1902 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of Richard Alfred and Irene 
(Griffith) Talbot. Children. 

1. SYBIL TALBOT b. 24 Nov. 1 929 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

2. RICHARD TALBOT b. 27 Dec. 1 931 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

CHLOMANIA ROBINSON b. 31 Jan, 1893 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Willard and Mary Abigail (Allen) Robinson md. 6 Mar. 1923 Weiser, Idaho 
Calvin Eugene Caldwell b. 31 Jan. 1896. Children. 

1. ELAINE CALDWELL b, 25 May 1925 Pendleton, Oregon 

2. ENID CALDWELL b, 12 Sept. 1928 LeGrand, Oregon 

JOHN WILLARD ROBINSON b. 3 Jan. 1 895 Richmond, Cache, Utah son of 
Willard and Mary Abigail (Allen) Robinson md. 28 June 1923 Mary Orpha I-ar- 
son b. 22 Aug. 1898 Mendon, Utah. 

MURIAL ANN ROBINSON b. I Nov. 1896 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Willard and Mary Abigail (Allen) Robinson md. 3 May 1922 Salt Lake City, 



James - Great Grandchildren oqc 

Salt Lake. Utah LeRoyMalloryb. 28 May 1896 Cokeville. Lincoln. Wyoming 
son of Charles Lemuel and Emily Sophie (Stoffers) Mallory Children, 

I.RAY WILLARD MALLORY b. 27 Oct. 1924 Salt Lake City Salt Lake 
Utah 

2. DOUGLAS ROBINSON MALLORY b. 20 Feb. 1927 Salt Lake City Salt 
Lake, Utah ^' 

3. CAROL GENE MALLORY b. 28 Mar. 1930 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake 
Utah. 




LeRoy Mallory and Family 

MARY EDITH ROBINSON b. 4 May 1903 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau, of 
Wiilard and Mary Abigail (Allen) Robinson md. 26 June 1929 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Gordon Martin Breeze b. 7 Dec. 1897. 

MARGUERITE MEIKLE b. 13 Apr. 1900 Smithfield, Cache, Utah da u. of 
Joseph Arthur and T e m p e r e n c e Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 5 Mar. 1923 
Sylvanus Raymond b. 5 Oct. Smithfield, Cache. Utah son of Alonzo and 
Zylphia (Noble) Raymond. Children. 

1. ZYLPHIA JEANNE RAYMOND b. 20 Dec. 1 923 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. GLENNA RAYMOND b. 21 Apr. 1929 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

MARY ABIGAIL MEIKLE b. 12 Oct. 1902 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau, 
of Joseph Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 22 Feb. 1922 
William Beutler b. 28 Aug. 1900 Benson, Cache, Utah son of Gotlieb and 
Mary ( ) Beutler. Children. 

1. SHIRLEE MAVIS BEUTLER b. 8 Jan. 1 923 Smithfield, Cache, Utah 

2. BETTY LOU BEUTLER b. 30 Jan. 1 925 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. JOYCE BEUTLER b. 1 7 July 1929 Logan, Cache, Utah 

4. WILLIAM WENDELL BEUTLER b. 27 Nov. 1 928 Logan, Cache, Utah 

ZELDA MEIKLE b. 6 Mar. 1905 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph 
Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (AUen) Meikle md. 10 Oct. 1924 George 
Burnell Brown b. J2 Aug. 1900 Leicestershire, England son of George Bumell 
and Clara (Holman) Brown. (No issue) 



3o6 ' James - Great Grandchildren 

SARAH LOUISE MEIKLE b. i6 Feb. 1907 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Joseph Arthur and Temperence Glarinda (Allen) Meikle md. (I) 2 Jan. 1926 
Harry Merton Snyder b. i Mar. 1898 Rodger, Kansas. (No issue). Md. (2) 
I Nov. 1940 Edward M. Adams b. 23 July 1903. 

EARL MEIKLE b. 12 Aug. 1909 Smithfield, Cache, Utah d. 194750005 
Joseph Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. lo Apr. 1930 
Logan, Cache, Utah Lucille Van Orden dau. of William Van Orden. Children. 

1. WILLIAM EARL MEIKLE b. 14 Sept. 1931 Butte, Silver Bow, Montana 

2. CAROL LORENE MEIKLE b. 1 5 Oct, 1 933 San Diego, San Diego, Calif. 

JAMES ALLEN MEIKLE b. 7 Sept. 1911 Smithfield, Cache. Utah son of 
Joseph Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 20 Nov. 1937 
Mildred Wakley b. 20 May 191 1 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of Charles Wakley. 
Children, 

1. PATRICIA MEIKLE b. 22 Mar. 1941 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. JAMES ALLEN MEIKLE b. 3 Mar. 1946 Logan, Cache, Utah 

LENORA MEIKLE b. 5 Feb. 1915 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of Joseph 
Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. (i) 18 May 1936 Los 
Angeles, Los Angeles, California Junius B i n d r u p b. 2 June 191 1 Mlllville, 
Cache, Utah (div. ). Md, (2) 9 Oct. 1 940 Clarence Ambrose Peterson b. 12 
July 1 9CX) Logan, Cache, Utah son of Hyrum and Clara (Bench) Peterson . 
Children. 

1, JOSEPH HAL BINDRUP b, 23 May 1936 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. FRANCIS BRUCE BINDRUP b. 21 Oct. 1 937 Smithfield. Cache, Utah 

FRANCIS ARTHUR MEIKLE b. 15 Mar. 1917 Smithfield, Cache, Utah son 
of Joseph Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 22 Sept, 1941 
Grace Hobbs b. 23 Sept. 1916, (No issue) 

DONALD PAUL MEIKLE b. 18 June 1 91 9 Smithfield, Cache, Utah d. 6 
Feb. 1945 Glendale, Los Angeles, California son of Joseph Arthur and 
Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 3oAug. 1940 Ethel May Orey b. 10. 
Apr. 1923 Amarillo, Potter, Texas dau. of John and Fem ( — ) Orey. Children. 

1. GARRY RICHARD MEIKLE b. 31 Jan. 1942 Glendale, Los Angeles, Calif. 

2. LARRY WAYNE MElKLE b, 3 Mar. 1943 Glendale, Los Angeles, Calif. 

TEMPIEIRIS MEIKLE b. 27 Aug. 1921 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Joseph Arthur and Temperence Clarinda (Allen) Meikle md. 25 June 1941 Orlo 
Vernon Hancey b, 9 ^ldy 1921 son of James Sneeds and Mable (Benson) 
Hancey. Children. 

1. ANNETTE HANCEY b. i Feb. 1 946 Astoria, Clatsop, Oregon 

2. JAMES ORLO HANCEY b. 5 May 1948 Astoria, Clatsop. Oregori_ 



307 

SECOND GRHAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANURHW LEE and CLARINDA KKAPP ALLEN 

by JAMES 

ARTHUR WAYNE BROWEiM.. 7 July 1909 Springvillc. Utah. Utah son of 
James Arthur and Alice Helena (Sharp) Brower rnd. 14 Jan, 1928 Pocatello, 
Bannock. Idaho Edith Jeanetta Drake b, 4 Dec. 1907 Annis. Idaho dau. of 
Lawrence Leonard and Agnes Jeanette (Park) Drake. Children. 

1. WILMA JEAN GROWER b. 21 Dec. 1928 Pocatello. Bannock, Idaho 

2. JONNIE WAYNE BROWER b. 10 July 1933 Pocatello. Bannock. Idaho 

3. CAROL LEE BROWER b. 27 Nov. 1 934 Pocatello, Bannock. Idaho 

4. JAMES LAWRENCE DROWERb. 20 Sept. 1 936 Pocatello. Bannock. Idaho 

HELEN MARIE BROWER b. 2 May 1911 Marysville, Fremont, Idaho dau. of 
James Arthur and Alice Helena (Sharp) Browcr md. (I) 9 Nov. 1925 Oscar 
Maury. Md. (2) Gwendel Leroy Webb b. 29 May 1908 Ora, Fremont, Idaho 
son of Robert Leroy and Martha Myretta ( — ) .Vebb. 
Children of Helen Marie Brower and Oscar Maury: 

I. JAMES NORlvlAN MAURY b. 5 Nov. 1926 Pocatello. Bannock. Idaho d. 
25 Feb. 1927 
Children of Helen Marie Brower and Gwendel Leroy Webb: 

1. DOROTHY JEAN WEBB b. 26 June 1 930 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

2. GWENNA HELEN WEBB b. 8 Apr. 1934 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

KENNETH C. BROWERb. 20 Aug. 191 3 Kilgore, Idaho son of James Arthur 
and Alice Helena (Sharp) Brower md. (I) 30 Nov. 193 1 Gretta M. Peterson. 
Md. (2) Lucille Brower b, il Aug. 1.917 Salem, Madison. Idaho dau. of Jesse 
Earl and Mary Frances (Fullmer) Brower. 
Children of Kenneth C. Brower and Gretta M. Peterson: 

1. KENNETH WAYNE BROWER b. 15 Sept. 1932 d. 13 June 1935 

ZELM A BETTY BROWER b. 29 July 1919 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho dau. 
of James Arthur and Alice Helena (Sharp) Brower md. 27 June 1935 Pocatello, 
Bannock. Idaho Harold Melvin Wheeler b. 9 Aug. Pocatello, Bannock. Idaho 
son of Melvin Levi and Mary Annetta (Campbell) vVheeler. Children. 

i. COLLEEN WHEELER b. 27 June 1936 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 

2. PATRICIA JOYCE WHEELER b. 24 June 1940 Riverside, California 

3. LINDA LEE WHEELER b. 5 June 1943 Idaho Falls, Idaho 

4. HAROLD DALE WHEELER b. 7 Apr. 1947 Ogden, Weber. Utah 

(2) BLANCHE LOUISE MC GAVIN b.25 May 1910 Marj'sville, Fremont. 
Idaho dau. of Lorin and Mary Fern (Brower) Mc Gavin md. 10 Mar. 1936 Earl 
Rainwater d. 24 Apr. 1937 Glendale, California. Children. 
By first wife: 

1, Billy Rainwater b. 1928 

2. Bamey'Rainwater b. 1 93 1 



30^ James - Second Great Grandchildren 

AMELIA LUCILE MC GAVIN b. l6 Aug. 1912 Marysville, Fremont, Idaho 
dau. of Lorin and. Mary Fern (Brewer) McGavin md. Apr. 1931-2 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Theron Joseph Lewis b. 13 Aug. 1911 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 
son of Joseph and Bodella (Jensen) Lewis. Children. 

1. GARY THERON LEWIS b. 24 Sept. 1 932 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. LUANN LEWIS b. 5 Dec. 1934 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

3. RONNIE LOREN LEWIS b. 30 Oct. 1937 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

NEITA CLEONE MC GAVIN b. 18 Aug. 1914 Marysville, Fremont, Idaho 
dau. of Lorin and Mary Fern(Browcr) Mc Gavinmd. 5 Aug, 1936 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Clyde George Morrison son of Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison. Children. 

1. SANDR.A LEE MORRISON b. 30 June 1938 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

2. JUDY LYNN MORRISON b. 13 Aug. 1939 Ogden. Weber, Utah 

3. CLYDENE MORRISON b. 6 Mar. 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

4. PATRICIA MORRISON b. i3Jan. 1 944 Logan, Cache. Utah 

5. LINDA MAE MORKISON b. 17 June 1947 Vallejo, California 

6. GARY CLYDE MORRISON b. 12 Feb. 1949 Vallejo, California. 

GHtiRGIA MAY MC GAVIN b. 4 May 1917 Lima, Beaverhead, Montana 
dau. of Lorin and Mary Fern (Brower) Mc Gavin md. 3 Mar. 1936 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Lylc Dean Shipley d. 30 May 1939 Logan, Cache, Utah son of 
Cecil W. and Ellen (---) Shipley. Children. 

1. GERALD SHIPLEY b. and d. Oct. 1 936 Richmond, Cache. Utah 

2. DEAN SHIPLEY b. and d. Aug. 1938 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

MAX BROWER b. 1920 Che ha lis, Washington son of George Wayne and 
Flavia (Barney) Brower md. Marian ( — ). Children. 
1. MARK BROWER b. 1948 Washington 

WILLIAM GAROLD COTTLE fa. J 2 Jan, 1906 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of 
William Henry and Jennie Ursula (Allred) Cottle md. Donna May Williams. 

1. (BOY) COTTLE b. 12 Jan. 

2. (GIRL) COTTLE b. 1941 

GWENDOLYN LEONE COTTLE b. 28 Oct. 1907 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 
dau, ofWilliam Henry and Jennie Ursula (Allred) Cottle md. (i) Vernon Love- 
land. Md. (2) Charles Lester Carson 28 Oct. 1925. 
Children of Gwendolyn I.eonc Cottle and Vernon Loveland: 

1. DICK C. LOVELAND b. 9 Jan. 1925 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Children of Gwendolyn Leone Cottle and Charles Lester Carson: 

1. BOBBIE CARSON b. 1927, California 

2. ( A SON) CARSON b. 

WALLACE HENRY OLSEN b. 8 June 1908 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Wallace Hans and Mary Elizabeth (Cottle) Ols^ md, 23 Sept. 1929 Soda 



^ James - Second Great Grandchildren 309 

Springs, Caribou. Idaho Velda Delila Taylor b. 5 l>ic. 1912 Preston, t-ranklin. 
Idaho dau. of George O. and Florence Eli^abetli (Layne) Taylor. Children. 

1. MAX LAMONT ULSliN b. 24 Nov. 1930 Preston. Franklin, Idalio 

2. DAYLIi TAYLOR OLSEN b. 29 Dec. 1931 Preston. Franklin. Idaho 

3. BKVERLY GFAN OLSHN b. 3 Mar. 1934 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. LONNY GEORGE OLSEN b. 28 Dec. 1945 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 

SARAH ALEINE OLSEN b. 2 3 July 1910 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho dau, of 
Wallace Hans and Mary Elizabeth (Cottle) Olsen nid. 1925-6 Logan. Cache, 
Utah Harold S. Bradford b. 19 Mar. 1908 Springfield, son of Charles and 
Isabel ( — ) Bradford. Children. 

1. JEANEINE OLSEN BRADFORD b. 9 Nov. 1929 Franklm. Franklin, Idaho 

2. HAROLD DEAN BRADFORD b. 30 Dec. 1935 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

3. CHARLES LARRY BRADFORD b. l3Jan. 1937 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

MAX WELDON OLSEN b. 1 3 Sept. 1916 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Wallace Hans and Mary Elizabeth (Cottle) Olsen md. 5 June 1936 Soda Springs, 
Caribou, Idaho Elva Taylor b. 21 June 1920 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau, of 
John Ole and Mary Anndrah (Perkins) Taylor. Children. 

1. LUE DEAN OLSEN b. 9 June 1940 Preston, Franklin. Idaho 

2. PEGGY SUE OLSEN b. 16 Mar. 1945 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

ERMA DEAN COTTLE b. 3 Dec. 1913 Lew iston, Cache, Utah dau, of Leo 
Allen and Dean Bessie (Dopp) Cottle md. 12 June 1936 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah John Tribolett b. Phoenix. Maricopa, Arizona. Children. 

1. JACKIE TRIBOLETT b. 17 Jan. 1937 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. TOMMY TRIBOLETT b. July 1939 Phoentx, Maricopa, Arizona 

3. SUSAN TRIBOLETT b. Aug. 1940 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

4. BILLIE TRIBOLETT b. May 1945 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake, Utah 

JEAN COTTLE b. 28 May 1918 Lewiston, Cache, Utah dau. of Leo Allen 
and Dean Bessie (Dopp) Cottle md. 1940 James Romero b. 1917 Soda Springs , 
C-aribou, Idaho. Children. 

1. SIDNEY ROMERO b. 1 94 1 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. ALLEN ROMERO b. 1 946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 

FRANCENE COTTLE b. 26 Sept. 1 91 8 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho dau. of 
Bennie Allen and Rubbenett (Chattertoa) Cottle md. George D. Jenson. 

Children. 

I. (BOY) JENSON b. abt. 1945 

EUNICE TOOLSON b. I July 1923 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of Kernel and 
Edna (Allen) Toolson md. 6 June 1941 Logan, Cache. Utah Grant W.lsoi. 
Cooley b. 28 Feb. 1 918 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Ezra and Jessie (Rigby) 
Cooley. Children. 



310 James - Second Great Grandchildren 

1. RICHARD GRANT COOLEY b.' I May 1943 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. HELEN COOLEY b. 5 Sept. 1 945 Logan. Cache, Utah 

ELAINE CALDWELL b. 25 May 1 925 Pendleton, Oregon dau. of Calvin 
Eugene and Chlomania (Robinson) Caldwell md. 12 Aug. 1944 James Dean 
Nalder. 

ZYLPHIA JEANNE RAYMOND b. 20 Dec. 1923 Smithfield. Cache, Utah 
dau. of Sylvanus and Marguerite (Meikle) Raymond md. 5 Nov. 1941 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Glen Ravensten b. 23 Sept. 1922 Clarkston, Cache, Utah son of 
John and Clara (Chiistensen) Ravensten. Children. 

I. CLAYTON RAVENSTEN b, 14 Sept. 1943 Logan, Cache, Utah 

SLENNA RAYMOND b, 21 Apr. 1 929 Smithfield, Cache. Utah dau. of 
Sylvanus and Marguerite (Meikle) Raymond md. 23 July 1947 Leon Smith b. in 
Smithfield, Cache, Utah son of George and Margaret (McNeil) Smith. Child- 
ren. 

I. RAYMOND LEON SMITH b. Apr. 1949 Logan. Cache, Utah 

SHIRLEE MAVIS BEUTLERb. 8 Jan. 1 923 Smithfield, Cache, Utah dau. 
of William and Mary Abigail (Meikle) Beutler md. 22 May 1942 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Ned P. Clyde son of George Dewey and Ora (Packard) Clyde . 
Children, 

1. CAROLEE CLYDE b. 27 Apr. 1946 Berkeley, Alameda, California 

2. CHRISTINE CLYDE b. 17 Dec. 1947 Berkeley, Alameda, California 

BETTY LOU BEUTLERb. 30 Jan. 1 925 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of William 
and Mary Abigail (Meikle) Reutler md. 7 June 1946 Miles A. Peterson son of 
Miles Orson and Venice (Adams) Peterson. Children. 

I. MILES CONLEY PETERSON b. 16 Oct. 1947 Logan. Cache. Utah 

JOYCE BEUTLER b. i7July 1927 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of William and 
Mary Abigail (Meikle) Beutler md. 7 June'1946 Kenneth Sea mons son of James 
W. and Vella (Saunders) Seamons. Children. 

I . JUDY SEAMONS b. 9 Aug. 1947 Logan, Cache, Utah 

THIRDGREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREWLEEand CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by JAMES 
WILMAJEAN BROWERb. 21 Dec. 1928 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho dau. 
of Arthur Wayne and Edith Jeanetta (Drake) Brower md, 5 Feb. 1949 Royce J. 
Stauffer. 

BOBBIE CARSON b. 1 927 California son of Charles Lester and Gwendolyn 
Leone (Cottle) Carson md. Children. 
I. (BOY) CARSON 




Sidney and Margaret 



SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN ^" 

(3)SIDNIiY DAVIU ALLEN b. 1 2 Aug. 1835 Burton. Cattaraugus. New 
York d. I Jan. 1905 Bedford. Lincoln. Wyoming son of Andrew Lee and- Clar- 
inda (Knapp) Allen nid, ( i) bcf. 1862 Lucreria Winn (Sep. ) She d. shortly 
after. Md. (2) 3 i July 1864 Margaret Ann (Cooper) F3iddlecome Keece b. 27 
Sept. 1 841 Mississippi d. 18 Aug. 1926 Thayne, Wyoming. Dau. of Vinson 
Agrippa and Martha (Kirrell) Cooper. Children. 

1. MARY ARMINTA ALLEN b. 20 
Dec. 1865 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

2. LYDIACLARINDA ALLEN b. J 2 
Dec. 1867 Oxford, Oneida, Idaho 

3. SIDNEY JAMES ALLEN b. 28 
Feb. 1871 Richmond, Cache, Utah'd. 
3 Mar. 1 87 1 

4. VINSON AGRIPPA ALLEN b, 22 
Dec. 1876 Oxford. Oneida, Idaho 

5. JULIA MAY ALLEN b. 16 June 1879 Oxford, Oneida, Idaho d. 23 July 
1899 Thayne, Uinta, Wyoming 

6. ELIZA ROXIE (IDA) ALLEN b. 14 Oct. 1881 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

7. OLIVE PEARL ALLEN b. I4July 1 886 Oxford, Oneida, Idaho d. 25 Nov. 
1894 Glencoe, Uinta, Wyoming. 

MARY ARMINTA ALLEN b. 20 Dec. 1865 Richmond. Cache, Utah d. 
8 Nov. 1898 Bedford, Uinta, Wyoming dau. of Sidney David and Margdiet 
Ann (Cooper) Allen md. 5 Dec. 1885 Solomon Parks Mcintosh b. 186--- 
Children. 

1. MAUDE MARGAR£T McINTOSH b. 7 Apr. 1888 Basin, Cassia. Idaho 

2. SIDNEY RAY McINTOSH b. 8 Apr. 1890 Basin, Cassia, Idaho 

LYDIA CLARINDA ALLEN b. 12 Dec. 1867 
Oxford, Oneida, Idaho d. 30 Mar. 1947 Thayne. 
Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Sidney David and 
Margaret Ann (Cooper) Allen md. 2 Nov. 1885 
Cassia, Idaho John William Titensorb. 31 Mar. 
I 866 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 2 May 1944 
Thayne. Lincoln, Wyoming son of Thomas and 
Sarah (Robbins) Titensor. 
I. Lydia, began life in Oxford, Idaho in a two room log house with a dirt 
roof.' We lived in that home for two years. My mother liked to move and in 
their married life my father built eight different houses for her. When 1 was 
a child the Indians were the fear of the white people. At times the pioneers 
would have to move into the "forf which was a large public building with a 
fireplaceinoneendofit. As well as being a "forf it was also used for school, 
church and social activities. When the Indians would start a raid the people 




Will and Lydia Titensor 



312 Sidney - Grandchildren 

would go to the "fort" for protection. Grandfather Agrippa Cooper knew all 
the Indian languages and the people would send him out to make peace with 
the Indians. Grandmother Cooper was the only midwife around for forty miles. 
When I w as nine years old she started training me to be her nurse. She took 
me with her wherever she went. We traveled on horseback and many times 
it was snowing so badly that we could not see the road more than a rod ahead 
of us. From the time I was nine until I was eighteen years old I lived with my 
Grandmother and assisted her with her work, I spent my spare time studying 
medical and doctor books. When I was sixteen years of age 1 became engaged 
to marry George Smith but soon after he was killed in an explosion. I later 
married John William Titensor and livedin Utah until we moved to Wyoming. 
For forty-five years we lived on a homestead east of Thayne and suffered 
all the hardships and privations that go with pioneer life. We sold our home- 
stead and bought a home in Thayne to enjoy during our old age. Children. 

1. LEO TITENSOR b. 5 July 1888 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 5 July 1888 

2. SIDNEY ARTHUR TITENSOR b. 30 Nov. 1 889 Glencoe. Uinta. Wyo. 

3. LEONARD TITENSOR b. 7 Feb. 1893 Freedom, Uinta, Wyommg d. 20 
Oct. 1905 

4. SARAH MARGARET TITENSOR b. 14 Oct. 1 895 Glencoe, Uinta, Wyo. 

5. CLARENCE RAY TITENSOR b. 20 Sept. 1897 Thayne. Lincoln. Wyo. 

6. WILLIAM ANTHON TITENSOR b. 30 Mar. 1 904 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyo. 
d. 4 Dec. 1919 

7. GEORGE HAROLD TITENSOR b, 7 Jan, 1910 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyo. 




Vinson Agrippa Allen Family 

VINSON AGRIPPA ALLEN b. 2 2 Dec. 1876 Oxford, Oneida. Idaho son of 
Sidney David and Margaret Ann (Cooper) Allen md. 1 1 Nov. 1902 Montpelier, 
Bear Lake, Idaho Effie Rebecca Smith b. 1 2 June 1884 Montpelier, Bear Lake , 
Idaho dau. of Alfred William and Ellen (Reece) Smith. Children. 



Sidney - Grandchildren , 

1. VINCENT AGRIPPA ALLEN b. 30 Aug. 1903 Montpelier. Bear l.ake.ldaho 

2. JESS DE VERL ALLEN b. I Jan. igosMontpelier, Bear Lake. Idaho 

3. VERNON ALLEN b. 23 Nov. 1906 Eminett. Gem. Idaho 

4. RAY ARVID ALLEN b. 27 Jan. 1908 Emmen. Gem, Idaho 

5. CLYDE LOWELL ALLEN b. 29 Sept. 1 909 Emmen, Gem, Idaho 

6. ELVA ALLEN b. 1 3 Aug. 1912 Emmert. Gem, Idaho 

7. GOLDEN ALLEN b. 2 July I915 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

8. SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN b. 1 7 Apr. 1918 Nampa. Canyon. Idaho 

9. ELLEN MAE ALLEN b. I 5 Dec. 1919 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Vinson Agrippa worked as a boy riding the range. He was very capable 

and at the age of thirteen was able to do the work of a man. He has freight- 
ed, farmed, worked in the timber, raised cattle, and worked as a blacksmith 
during his lifetime. He is now retired and is enjoying good health. 

(I) JULIA MAY ALLEN b. 16 June 1879 Oxford, Oneida, Idaho d. 23 July 

1899 dau. of Sidney David and Margaret Ann (Cooper) Allen md. 5 July 1897 

Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming George Alfred Smith b. 4 Feb. 1877 Salt Lake 

City. Salt Lake, Utah d. 1 Sept. 1923 son of Alfred William and Ellen 

(Reece) Smith, Children. 

I. SIDNEY ALFRED SMITH b. 12 May 1898 Thayne, Lincoln. Wyoming 

ELIZA ROXIE ALLEN (IDA) b. 14 Oct, 1881 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Sidney David and Margaret Ann (Cooper) Allen md. (i) 13 Sept. 1900 A ft on , 
Lincoln, Wyoming Levi Heap b. 23 Dec. 1878 son of William Henry and Mar- 
garet Ann (Rolph) Heap. Md. (2) 12 Sept, 1919 Blackfoot, Bingham. Idaho 
Ernest Merton Hargis b. 5 June 1880 Carlisle, Warren, Iowa son of Jasper Nuton 
and Mahala (Vanbrunt) Hargis. Children, 

1. CARLOS HEAP b. 13 Dec. 1901 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. DELLA HEAP b. 13 Apr, 1 903 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. MARGARET LAVERNA HEAP b, I Dec. 1 904 Thayne, Lincoln, Idaho 

4. DUELLA HEAP b. ii Jan. 1907 Emmett. Gem, Idaho 

5. LYNDON HERSCHa HEAP b. 5 Sept. 1 910 Emmett, Gem, Idaho 

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SIDNEY 
MAUDE MARGARET McINTOSH b. 7 Apr. 1888 Basin, Cassia, Idaho dau. 
of Solomon Parks and Mary Arminta (Allen) Mcintosh md. 2 May 1905 Albion. 
Idaho Abe Critchfieldb. 11 Dec. 1S88 Oakley. Cassia. Idaho d. 23 Feb. 1937 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California. Children. 

1. CLEO CRITCHFIELD b. I Feb. 1907 Oakley, Cassia, Idaho 

2. EUGENE CRITCHFIELD b. 21 Nov. 1909 Oakley. Cassia. Idaho 

3. MARY LOUISE CRITCHFIELD b. 23 Aug. 1911 Oakley. Cassia. Idaho 
d. 6 July 1937 Los Angeles, Los Angeles. California 

4. DAZEL SELETHA CRITCHFiaD b. 27 Nov. I9i30akley. Cassia. Idaho 
Address 747 E. 92nd St. Los Angeles 2, California c/o John Womack 



3^4 Sidney - Great Grandchildren 

SIDNEY ARTHUR TITENSOR b. 30 Nov. 1889 Glencoe, Uinta, Wyoming 
son of John William Titensorand Lydia Clarinda (Allen) Titensor md. 30 Mar. 
191 1 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming Nellie May Sprouse b. 20 May 1889 Ran- 
dolph, Rich, Utah dau. of Gustow Waldridge and Chrissa (Fackrell) Sprouse. 
Children. 

I. DICK ALLEN TITENSOR b. 14 Jan. 1921 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming. 



SARAH MARGARET TITENSORb. 14 Oct. 
1895 Glencoe, Uinta, Wyoming dau, of John 
William and Lydia Clarinda (Allen) Titensor 
md. 4 Dec. 191 4 Logan, Cache, Utah Charles 
Ray Stoker b. 28 Oct. 1894 Plain City, Utah 
son of C h a r 1 e s and Martha (Negas) Stoker. 
Children. 

1. LYDIA BERNICE STOKER b. 5 July 1915 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. MARTHA LEONE STOKER b, 13 Aug. 1917 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. CHARLES WILLIAM STOKER b. 3 Sept. l9i9Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 




Charles and Sarah Stoker 




Clarence Titensor Family 



CLARENCE RAY TITENSORb. 20 
Sept. 1897 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 
son ofjohn William and Lydia Clarinda 
(Allen) Titensor md. 14 Nov. 1916 
Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho Fannie Leola 
Stoker b. 30 June 1897 Plain City , 
Utah, Utah dau. of Charles and Mar- 
tha (Negas) Stoker. Children. 

1. LEONARD RALPH TITENSORb. 30 Apr. 1 91 7 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. CHARLES GLEN TITENSOR b. i6june 1919 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 
d. 9 Aug. 1925 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. VERBA TITENSORb. 1 3 Dec. 1921 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

4. VON S. TITENSORb. 6 June 1 924 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

5. LOU GEAN TITENSORb. 22 Oct. 1932 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

GEORGE HAROLD TITENSOR b. 7 Jan. i9ioThayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 
son of John William and Lydia Clarinda (Allen) Titensor md. (1)15 July 1 929 
Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho Sarah Walton b. 17 Oct. 1907 Cleveland, Bannock, 
Idaho dau. of Charles and Mary (Jergenson) Walton. Md. (2) 194- Lena May 
Merritt b. 22 Aug. 1910 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Levi Edward and 
Elizabeth (Moser) Merritt. 
Children of George Harold Titensor and Sarah Walton: 

I. HAROLD DEE TITENSOR b. 14 May 1929 Thayne. Lincoln, Wyoming 
Children of George Harold Titensor and Lena May Merritt: 

1. PATSY MAY TITENSORb. 7 Mar. 1944 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. JOHN HAROLD TITENSOR b. 1 1 June 1945 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 



Sidney - Great Grandchildren 



315 




Vincent Agrippa Allen Family 

VINCENT AGRIPPA ALLEN b. 30Aug. 1903 Montpelier, Bear Lake. Idaho 
son of Vinson Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. 31 May 1924 Cald- 
well, Canyon, Idaho Vera Andrus Hoagland b. 18 Apr. 1904 Falk, Idaho dau. 
of James Taylor and Mary B. (Andrus) Hoagland. Children. 

1. VERAELAYNE ALLEN b. I July 1925 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah 

2. JAMES VINCENT ALLEN b. 14 Jan. 1928 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Vincent Agrippa and Vera are active Church members Ln Nampa. They 

both enjoy camping and fishing. 



The Jess De 

Verl Allen 

Family 




JESS DE VERL ALLEN b. I Jan. 1905 Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho son of 
Vinson Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. 13 Feb. 1928 Nampa 
Canyon, Idaho, Dorothy New land b. 9 Oct. igudau. of Jasper Clyde and Nora 
(Hoisington) New land. Children. 

1. BOBBY LAVERN ALLEN b. 18 Nov. 1929 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

2. TEDDY DEVERL ALLEN b. 20 Mar. 1 933 Nampa, Canyon. Idaho 

3. MARY ELLEN ALLEN b. 2 Feb. 19.36 Nampa.. Canyon. Idaho 

4. WANDA ETHEL ALLEN b. 19 Feb. 1938 California 

VERNON ALLEN b. 23 Nov. 1906 Emmett. Gem. Idaho son of Vinson 
Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. (i) 18 Aug. 1928 Gladys Winter- 



3i6 Sidney - Great Grandchildren 

ton b. 12 July 1907 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of John Eugene and Or ia 
(Nlbarger) Winterton. (div. ) Md. (2) 12 July 1937 Beulah Pearl (Welker) 
Mitchell b. 25 July 1905 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of vVilliam and Cora 
Ethel (Perry) Welker. 
Children of Vernon Allen and Gladys Winterton: 

I. ERMA ALLEN b. 1 3 July 1930 La Grande, Union, Oregon 
Child of Beulah Pearl Welker Mitchell's first marriage: 

I. Richard A. Mitchell b. 6 June 1932 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

RAY ARVID ALLEN b. 27 Jan. igoSEmmett, Gem, Idaho d. 26 Mar, 1943 
Germany son of Vinson Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. (i) Marie 
Alexander. Md. (2) Daisy Bristow. Children. 

1. ARVILLA MAY ALLEN b. 26 Dec. 1927 

2. a'rVID RAY ALLEN b. 27 June 1930 d. Oct. 1931 

3. NIRA MARIE ALLEN b. 22 Dec. 1933 



CLYDE LOWELL ALLEN b. 
29 Sept. 1909 Emraett, Gem, 
Idaho son of Vinson Agrippa 
and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Al- 
len md. 28 Feb. 1931 Beulah 
Bee Ravenscraft b , 31 May 
1916 Hailey, Blaine, Idaho 
dau. of Homer Franklin and 
Sylvia(Mou]trie) Ravenscraft . 
Children. 




Clyde Lowell Allen Family 



1. MARLENE ALLEN b. 8 July 1932 Nampa, Canyon. Idaho 

2. VELLA MAXINE ALLEN b. 7 Oct. 1933 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

3. EARL CLYDE ALLEN b. I Jan. 1 936 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

4. DALE WILLIAM ALLEN b. [ Dec. 1937 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

5. MYRNA ALLEN b. 31 Aug. 1939 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 



EL VA ALLEN b. 1 3 Aug. 
1 91 2 Emmett, Gem, Idaho 
dau. of Vinson Agrippa and 
Effie Rebecca (Smith) Al- 
len md. 13 Sept. 1930 Cald- 
well, Canyon, Idaho Arthur 
Joseph Woodland b. 25 Apr . 
[908 Biackfoot, Bingham , 
Idaho son of Joseph Morri- 
son and Johanna (Adelsar) 
Woodland. Children. 



f i 




Arthur V/'.JOLlland Family 



Sidney - Great Grandchildren ,,7 

1. VERNA WOODLAND b. 9 July 1931 Nampa. Canyon. Idaho 

2. SHIRLEY WOODLAND b. 10 Sept. 1933 Nampa. Canyon. Idaho 

3. YVONNE WOODLAND b. 20 Dec. 1934 Nampa. Canyon. Idaho 

4. HAZEL WOODLAND b. 2 Aug. 1936 Nampa. Canyon Idaho 

5. DENNIS R, WOODLAND b. 21 May 1938 Nampa. Canyon. Idaho 

GOLDEN ALLEN b. 2 July 1915 Nampa. Canyon, Idaho son of Vinson 
Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. (i) 19 Dec. 1939 Alyce A. Car- 
penter (div. ) Md. (2) Vera Romsine. Children. 

I. CONNIE ALLEN 
Address: North Bend, Oregon. 

(2) SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN b. 17 Apr. 1918 
Nampa, Canyon, Idaho son of Vinson Agrippa and 
Effie Rebecca (Smith) Alien md. 15 Dec. 1940 
Nampa, Canyon. Idaho Bessie Alice Brady b. 18 
Aug. i920Rhame, Bowman, North Dakota dau. of 
Charles J. and Laura Jane (Lowe) Brady. 
Child of Bessie Alice Brady and Mance Stephens: 

1. Patricia LaureenAUenb. 22 Jan. 1938 Nampa, 
Canyon, Idaho 

Children of Sidney David and Bessie (Brady) Allen: 

2. SIDNEY DAVID ALLEN JR, b. n Jan. 1942 Merced. Merced. California 

3. KAREN RAEY. ALLEN b. 12 Apr. 1943 Nampa. Canyon, Idaho 




Sidney, Jessie, ^io'iioy 
David and Karen 





Ellen Mae. 
William, 
Devera Welker 

Linda Kay 
Dalton 



ELLEN MAE ALLEN b, 15 Dec. 1919 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of Vin- 
son Agrippa and Effie Rebecca (Smith) Allen md. (i) 24 Nov. Mountain Home, 
Elnore, Idaho Dewey F. Dalton b. i 8 July 1911 (div.) Md. (2) 5 Sept. 1948 
Nampa, Canyon, Idaho William Franklin Welker b. 9 Sept. 1920 Cambridge, 
Nebraska son of William and Cora Ethel (Perr) Welker. Children. 
Children of Ellen Mae Allen and Dewey F. Dalton: 

I. LINDA KAY DALTON b. 23 Sept. 1942 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Children of Ellen Mae Allen and William Franklin Welker: 

I. DEVERA WELKER b. 2g July 1949 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

Ellen Mae and William live in Nampa where he is a wholesale meat sales- 
man for the Keim Packing Company. 



3i8 Sidney - Great Graiidchildrc-u 

SIDNLT ALFRED SMITH b. 1 2 May 1898 Thaync, Lincoln, Wyoming d. 13 
Mar. 1948 Salem, Oregonsonof George Alfred and Julia May (Allen) Smith md. 
24 Feb. 1922 Alice LinnaHahnb. 23 Oct. 1904 Council, Adams, Idaho. Children. 

1. SIDNEY ALLEN SMITH b. 1 3 Nov. 1923 Council, Adams, Idaho 

2. MARJORIE MAY SMITH b. 30 May 1 927 Centralia, Lewis, Washington 

CARLOS HEAP (HA-RG IS) b. 1 3 Dec. 1901 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming son 
of Levi and Eliza Roxie (Allen) Heap md. (i) 10 Aug. 1926 Ethel Kautz (div. ) 
Md. (2) 19 June 1940 Patricia Cleone Truckenmiller. Children. 

I. VERLA MAY HEAP b. & Apr. 1929 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Address: 2S40 Kentucky St. , Bakersficld. California 




DELLAHEAP-b. l3Apr. 1903 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Levi and 
Eliza Roxie (Allen) Heap md. (I) 21 July l9l9Clarence Rodda (div.) Children. 
I. NORRIS HARVEY RODDA b. 18 May 1920 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

MARGARET L AVERNA 
HEAP b. 1 Dec. 1 904 Thayne, 
Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
Levi and Eliza Roxie (Allen) 
Heap md. (I) i Sept. 1928 
Ernest R. Riggs son of Willis 
Dwighi Riggs (div. ) Md. (2) 
12 June 1949 Jackson, Wyo- 
Emest, Darrell and Margaret Riggs ming Marvin Dabel. Children. 

1. DARRELL WILLIS RIGGS b. 8 Deo. 1 929 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Address: Thayne, Wyoming 

DUELLA HEAP b. 1 1 Jan. 1907 Emmen, Gem, Idaho dau. of Levi and Eliza 
Roxie (Allen) Heap md. (3) 3 J"ne 1935 Curtis Kennedy. Md. (i) ? and (2) ? 

LYNDON HERSCHELHEAP(HARGIS)D. 5 Sept, igioEmmett, Gem, Idaho son 
of Levi and Eliza Roxie (A 1 en) Heap md.( 1)29 May 1929 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Lola May Pixley (div. ). Md^(2) 22 May 1 940 Farmington, Utah Thelma Bell. Child. 

I. NORMAN WAYNE HARGIS b. i3Jan. 1931 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 
Address: 842 W. 83rd St. , Los Angeles, California. 

SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SIDNEY 
EUGENE CRITCHFIELDb. 21 Nov. 1 909 Oakley, Cassia, Idaho sonof Abe and 
Maude Margaret (Mcintosh) Critchfield md. 30 Sept. 1926 Gladys Webb. Children 

I. GLORIA CRITCHFIELD b. 1 1 Apr. 1 928 
Address: Johnsondale, California 

DA ZEL SELETH A CRITCHFIELD b. 27 Nov. 1913 Oakley, Cassia, Idaho dau. 
of Abe and Maude Margaret (Mcintosh) Critchfield md. 9 Feb. 1929 John Womacl 



Sidney - Second Great Grandchildren 310 

1. GLORETTA LOUISE VVOMACKb. 27 Sept. 1 933 Los Angeles. L. A. . Calif. 

2. BEVERLEY JEAN WOMACK b. 60ct. 1935 Los Angeles. L. A.. California 

3. JOHN HAROLD WOMACK b. 6 May 1 943 Los Angeles. L. A.. California 

DICK ALLEN TITENSOR b. 14 Jan. 1921 Thayne. Lincoln. Wyoming son 
of Sidney Arthur and Nellie May (Sprouse) Titensor md. 18 Mar. 1942 Afton . 
Lincoln, Wyoming Bernice Roberts b. 18 Feb. 1925. Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 
dau. of Samuel Edward and Emogene (Bagley) Roberts. Children. 

1. LA MAE TITENSOR b. 24 Oct. 1 943 Afton. Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. JANET TITENSOR b. 10 October 1 946 Afton, Lincoln. Wyoming 

MARTHA LEONE STOKER b. 
13 Aug. 1917 Thayne, Lincoln, 
Wyoming dau. of Charles Ray and 
Sarah Margaret (Titensor) Stoker 
md. (I) I I Feb. 1936 Laramie, 
Wyoming Lyle Robert Papworth b .8 
Nov. 1916 Afton, Lincoln, Wyo- 
ming son of William Elmo and 
Florence May (Roberts) Papworth 
(div. ). Md. (2) 7 May 1939 Waho 
Falls, Bonneville, Idaho Donald H. Larson 
b. 23 Apr. 1919 Grover, Lincoln, Wyoming 
son of Gust a ve T. and Elvina (Hepworth) 
Larson. 
Children of Martha Leone Stoker and Lyle Robert Papworth: 

I. MARGE AN PAPWORTH b. i Aug. 1 937 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 
Children of Martha Leone Stoker and Donald H. Larson: 

1. GAYLE LARSON b. 1 3 Jan. 1940 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. LAVAL LARSON b. 23 Dec. 1944 Afton, Lincoln, Wyomin 




Donald 

H. 
Larson 



Martha, Margean , Ga\ .e 
and LaVal 



ig 



CHARLES WILLIAM STOKER b. 3 Apr. 1919 Thayne. Lincoln, Wyoming 
son of Charles Ray and Sarah Margaret (Titensor) Stoker md, 29 Jan. 1939 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho Edith Yeaman b. 16 Sept. Afton, Lincoln, 
Wyoming dau. of George W. and Mary (Roberts) Yeaman. 




Tommy 
Titeiuor 



Ralph Titensor Family 



320 Sidney - Second Great Grandchildren 

LEONARD RALPH TITENSOR b. 30 Apr. 1917 Thayae. Lincoln, Wyoming 
son of Clarence Ray and Fannie Leola (Stoker) Titensor md. 16 Sept. 1936 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Dortha Yeaman b. 14 July igi/Afton, Lin- 
coin, Wyoming dau. of George W. and Mary (Roberts) Yeaman. Children. 

1. MARY LOU TITENSOR b. 9 July 1938 Afton, Lincoln. Wyoming 

2. GEORGE TITENSOR b. 22 Feb. 1944 Afton, Lincoln. Wyoming 

3. THOMAS RAY TITENSOR b. 24 Oct. 1 946 Afton, Lincohi, Wyoming 

VERBA TITENSOR b. 13 Dec. 1921 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
Clarence Ray and Fannie Leola (Stoker) Titensor md. 6 Aug. 1940 Paris, Bear 
Lake, Idaho De Verl W. Warkins b. 19 July 1921 Downey, Bannodc, Idaho son 
of Leo and Evelyn (Wakeley) Watkins. Children. 

1. VAL DEVERL WATKINS b. 8 Feb, 1 94 1 Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho 

2. CATHERINE WATKINS b. 1 1 Oct. 1 942 Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho 

d. S May 1944 

3. STEVEN K. WATKINS b. 1 1 Jan. 1948 Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho 

VON STOKER TITENSOR b. 6 June 1924 Thayne, 
Lincoln, Wyoming son of Clarence Ray and Fannie 
Leola (Stoker) Titensor md. 3 Aug. 1945 Paris, Bear 
Lake, Idaho Hilda Gwendola Anderson b. 18 Dec. 
1925 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of Homer 
and Hilda (Sessions) Anderson. Children. 

1. SHERRY KAY TITENSOR b. 21 Feb. 1947 Afton,- Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. KIM JAY TITENSOR b. 7 Mar. 1 95 1 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 




Von Titensor Family 



LOU GEAN TITENSOR b. 22 Oct. 1932 Bed- 
ford, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Clarence Ray 
and Fannie Leola( Stok er) Titensor md, Elling 
Lyman Wright b. 24 Sept. 1929 Afton, Wyoming 
son ofLyman Sidney and Vernessa (Penrose) Wright. 




Lou and Elling Wright 



HAROLD DEE TITENSOR b. I 4 May 1929 Thayne, LLncoln, Wyoming son 
of George Harold and Sarah (Walton) Titensor md. 7 Nov. 1947 Louise Merritt 
dau. of Levi Edward Merritt, Jr. 



VERA ELAYNE ALLEN b. I July 1925 Murray, Salt Lake, Utah d. 9 Sept. 
1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of Vincent Agrippa and Vera Andrus 
(Hoagland) Allen md. 23 Jan. 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah A rv el 
HatchHunterb. i9Dec. 1921 Rigby, Bonneville, Idaho son of Franklin Walker 
and Hannah Charlotte (Hatch) Hunter. Arvel Hatch Hunter md. (2) 21 July 
1950 Genevieve Webn Carruth. Children. 

1. ALLEN BAIRD HUNTER b. S Sept, 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
Vera Elayne and Arvel were prominent siudents at B.Y. U, She was out- 



Sidney - Second Great Grandchildren 



3^' 







Vera Elayne, Allen and Arvel Hunter 

standing in drama, debating and schoiastic activities. He filled a mission to 
±e North Central States. Vera Elayne died the day after her only child was 
born. 



JAMES VINCENT ALLEN b. 14 Jan. 1928 
Nampa, Canyon, Idaho son of Vincent A- 
grippa and Vera Andrus (Hoagland) Allen 
md. 17 Sept. 1951 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
UtahMaurineBerniceChadwick b, 26 June 
1 932 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of Leroy 
Charles and Leta Bemice(Fields)Chadwick. 







James and Maurine Allen 



ERMA ALLEN b. I 3 July 1930 La Grande, Union, Oregon dau. of Vernon 
and Gladys(Winterton) Allen md. 31 July 1949 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho Kenneth 
Laurence Poulson b. 7 Dec. 1923 Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of Laurence and 
LaRue (Hugie) Poulson. 

YVONNE WOODLAND b. 20 Dec. 1 934 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of 
Arthur and Elva (Allen) Woodland md. 8 June 1951 Idaho Falls. Bonneville, 
Idaho Nolan Cole Simpson b. 5 June 1932 Rupert, Idaho son of Edward and 
Lareta (Cole) Simpson. 

'SIDNEY ALLEN SMITH b. 13 Nov. 1923 Council, Adams. Idaho son of 
Sidney Alfred and Alice Linna (Hahn) Smith md. Eileen Fisher, Children. 
1. JOHN FISHER SMITH b. 23 Nov. 1 947 Saicm. Oregon 

MARJORY MAY SMITH b. 3oMay 1927 Centralia. Lewis. Washington dau. 
of Sidney Alfred and Alice Linna (Hahn) Smith md. 4 May 1947 Delbcrt G. 
McLaughlin. 

NORRIS HARVEY RODDA b. 18 May 1920 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho son of 
Clarence and Delia (Heap) Rodda md. 30 Apr. 1938 Aldoris E. Drysdale. 

Children. 

r. TERRY ERNEST RODDA b. G Oct. 1942 d. 22 Jan. 1951 Bedford, Idaho 



322 Sidney - Third Great Grandchildren 

-, STtPHEK NORRIS RODDA b. 3 Dec. 1944 

THIRD GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARIND A KNAPP ALLEN 

by SIDNEY 

GLORIA CR.ITCHFIELD b. I 1 Apr. igaSdau. of Eugene and Gladys (Webb) 
Critchfield md. Vincent Telese, Address: 124 N. Oswald, Bakersfield, Calif. 




323 

SUSAN 

(2) SUSAN ALLEN b. 31 Dec. 1837 Kirtiand, Geauga, Ohio dau. of Andrew 
Lee and Clarinda (Knapp) Allen d. 16 Apr. 1924 Logan. Cache. Utah md . 
John Cornog Goaslind 4 July 1858 Provo, Utali, Utah. He was born 26 Jan 
1818 Augusta, Bracken, Kentucky d. 6 June 1 878 Coveville, Cache, Utah son 
of John and Hannah (Cornoj) Goaslind. Children. 

1. LYDLA SUS^^NNAH GOASLIi\'D b. 22 
Apr. i859 0gden, Weber, Utah 

2. CHARLES DAVID GOASLIND b. 18 
Nov. i860 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

3. CLARINDA HANNAH GOASLIND b. 
21 Mar. 1862 Richmond, Cache, Utah 

4. MARY EUGENIA GOASLIND b. 27 

Jan. 1865 Logan. Cache, Utah Susanand John C. Goaslind 

5. GEORGE KNAPP GOASLIND b. 27 Apr. 1867 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho 
d. i Dec. 1883. Unmd. 

6. FRANCES ZINA GOASLIND b. 27 Jan. 1870 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho 

7. JA^vIES ORRIN GOASLIND b. 17 Feb. 1872 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho d . 
26 Dec. 1883 Coveville, Cache, Utah 

8. JULIA SAPHRONLA GOASLIND b. 6 Feb. 1875 Franklin. Oneida, Idaho 

9. ELIZA R. GOASLIND b. 7 Dec. 1877 Coveville, Cache, Utah d. 26 
Sept. 1878 

LYDIA SUSANNAH GOASLIND b. 22 Apr. 
1859 Ogden, W^ber, Utah d. 23 Sept. 1947 Salt 
Lake, S. L. , Utah dau. of John Cornog and Susan 
(Allen) Goaslind md. Ernest Alphreda Driggs Pur- 
nell I Jan. 1877 Logan, Cache, Utah b. 26 Nov. 
1836 Kaysville, Davis, Utah son of Shem B. and 
Louisa (Driggs) Purnell d. 4 Mar. 1950 Salt Lake, 
ErnestandLydiaPurnell g, l. ^ utah. He md. 12 Mar. 1885 (2) Alice Fos- 
ter b. 25 July 1868 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. of Abraham and Saphronia 
(Allen) Foster. Alice and Susan were first cousins. Children 

1. ERNEST ALPHRt DA G. PURNELL b. 30 Apr. 1878 Franklin, Franklin. 

Idaho d. 3 Jan. 1884. 

2. EVA LOUISA G. PURNELL b. 14 Dec. 1879 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. SHEM GOASLIND PURNELL b. 16 Oct. 1881 Whitney, Idaho 

4. LYDIA SUSANNA PURNELL b. 16 May 1884 Whitney, Idaho 

5. ARZELLA G. PURNELL b. 2 May 1 887 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

6. PEARL VILATE G. PURNELL b. 5 Sept. 1 889 FrankUn, Franklin, Idaho 

7. ARMEDA G. PURNELL b. 30 Nov. 1892 Preston, Fj-anklin. Idaho 

8. IDA MAY PURNELL b. 4 Nov. 1895 Whitney, Idaho 

9. JOHN GOASLIND PUIINCLL b, 4 Dec. 1897 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Lydia Susannah Goaslind Purnell was raised in Franklin. Idaho and attended 

all the schools available in the area. She and her husband, Ernest Pumcll, grew 




324 Susan - GranHchildren 

up together and when Susan was seventeen they were married at Logan, 
Throughout their lives they shared each others love and confidence. Susan 
taus^ht school while he fanned, worked in the canyon, and freighted. They 
worked hard and had a fine family. 

When they had been married seven years, they entered the order of plural 
marriage. Of t h is . relationship Susan said, "We entered the order of plural 
marriage. I said "we" because it was with my full consent; believing it to be 
a divine principle and required of all Saints- who desired Celestial glory. I 
have never seen the day I regrened having taken that step. We have each tried 
to do right in living the same although it was some trial for each of us. " 

In 1902 they moved to Cardston, Canada from Logan. They had lived in 
Logan so their children could have better educational facilities at the B. Y. 
college. The time spent in Canada was filled with hard work, many disappoint- 
ments, and adverse circumstances. She learned to love the people and enjoy- 
ed her life and labors there as she was very active in the Relief Society and was 
in close contact with many people under varying conditions. 

Her later years were spent doing temple work in Salt Lake City. She bore 
a strong testimony of the Gospel. 

Ernest Purnell spent his youth in Franklin, Idaho where he performed the 
usual tasks required of the pioneers of that day. He helped stand guard against 
the Indians, freighted supplies, and farmed. He was a man of responsibility 
and ami)ition. He married his childhood sweetheart, Susan Goaslind, and their 
marriage proved to be a happy one, though beset by many reverses and hard- 
ships. They remained devoted to each other and lived" together continuously 
for seventy years and nine months. 

Of their early married life, his wife related this story which reveals his true 
character. "When our first baby was about a year old my husband went on a 
freighting trip as he had done previously, and had been in the habit of smoking 
cigarettes, drinking tea and coffee and sometimes liquor. He thought, 'What 
kind of a father am I going to be, ' and resolved right then and there to quit all 
such habits, which he did and there has been no circumstance or temptation 
that has caused him to break that vow. " 

Alice Foster became his second wife in plural marriage and with the help 
of his two wives he became the father of sixteen children. His life was filled 
with hard work and valuable experience. He retained a keen mentality up to 
his death. 

CHARLES DAVID GOASLIND b. i8 Nov. i860 Richmond, Cache, Utah d. 
7 May 1950 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah son of John C. and Susan (Allen) 
Goaslind md. (r) 25 Mar. 1885 Logan, Cache, Utah Clara Chandler Parkin- 
son b. 1 3 Apr. !865 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho d. 20 Jan. 1897 Preston, 
Oneida, Idaho. Md. (2) 23 Feb. 1898 Loga.i, Cache, Utah Caroline Chandler 
Parkinson b. 10 Nov. 1866 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho. Both daus. of Samuel 
R. and Arabella Ann (Chandler) Parkinson. Children. 

I. CHARLES EARL GOASLIND b. 28 Apr. 1889 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 



Susan - Grandchildren 325 

2. CLAIRE PARKINSON G0A5LIND b. 25 June 1 899 Preston, Oneida. Idaho 

3. CAROL PARKINSON GOASLIND b. l4Jan. 1901 Preston. Oneida. Idaho 

4. lONE PARKINSON GOASLIND b. 12 Dec. 1902 Preston, Oneida. Idaho 

5. GEORGE DAVID GOASLIND b. 9 Sept. 1 908 Preston. Oneida. Idaho 
d. 4 Mar. 1930 (unmd.) 




Clara 




Charles and Caroline Gosalind 



Charles David Goaslind filled a mission to Great Britian, and was Oneida 
Stake Clerk and tithing clerk for sixteen years. He also served as second coun- 
selor to the Oneida and Franklin Stake Presidents. He was employed at the 
Church Historians Office for thirty years. 

Clara Parkinson Goaslind and Caroline Parkinson Goaslind came from Eng- 
lish immigrant parentage. They were both well educated. Caroline was an 
experienced school teacher. Both were faithful to their testimonies of the Gos- 
pel and were active in the Church. Caroline has been an active worker in the 
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and an ardent temple worker. 

CLARINDA HANNAH 
GOASLIND b. 21 Mar. 
1862 Richmond, Cache, 
Utah d. 2 May 1942 Lo- 
gan, Cache, Utahdau. of 
JohnC. and Susan (Allen) 
Goaslind md. 4 Jan, 1883 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. 
Utah Elias Siverne Larsen 
b. 2 June 1859 Ephraim.. The E. S. Larsen Family 

San Pete, Utah d. 14 May 1941 Logan. Cache, Utah son of Christian John and 
Engeborg (Ellefsen) Larsen. Children. 

1. EFFIE LARSEN b. loSept. 1885 Basin, Cassia, Idaho d. 21 Sept. 1885 

2. CLARINDA LARSEN b. 18 June 1887 Cove, Cache. Utah d. 28 July 1 887 

3. ELIAS MARVEL LARSEN b. 8 Mar. 1894 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. MELVIN GOASLIND LARSEN b. 7 Jan. 1 896 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. ATTELLA GOASLIND LARSEN b. 27 Dec. 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. ADA LARSEN b. 21 Dec. 1899 Cove. Cache, Utah 

Clarinda Hannah was baptized twice, once by mistake. As she was going 




326 Susan - Grandchildren 

to Sunday School and seeing others being baptized she joined them. This 
caused her to miss Sunday School and distressed her mother when she came 
walking in w ith her wet clothes. She was serious and her most religious im- 
pression was when she saw her mother kneeling in secret prayer. She was very 
capable and handy. Elias filled a mission to the Southern States and another 
to Norway. They have" been outstanding in temple work. 



«Kfa%f r 




MARY EUGENIA 
GO A SLIND b. 27 Jan, 
1865 Logan, Cache, Utah 
d. 18 Nov. 1949 dau. of 
John C, and Susan (Allen) 
Goaslindmd. Thomas Ed- 
ward Ti tensor 10 Apr. 
1882 Salt Lake, S. L. . 

Utah b. 24 Oct. 1863 Rich- 
Thomas and Mary Titensor and daughters ^^^^^ ^ache. Utahd. 25 

Aug. 1921 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Thomas Sr. and Sarah (Robins) Titensor, 
Children. 

1. THOMAS EUGENE TITENSOR b. 26 Feb. 1883 Cove, Cache. Utahd. 
22 Oct. 1893 Glencoe, Wyoming 

2. PHILEMON TITENSOR b. I May ] 885 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. MAE TITENSOR b. 6 Oct. 1887 Cove. Cache, Utah 

4. ORIN TITENSOR b. 12 Sept. 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah d. 26 June 1894 

5. RUSSELL TITENSOR b. 22 July 1892 Thayne, Wyoming 

6. GEORGE TITENSOR b. 7 Nov. 1 894 Logan, Cache, Utah 

7. ROSCOE TTTENSOR h. 1 7 May 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah 

8. ARVILLA TITENSOR b. 30 Aug. 1900 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

9. SUSAN FLORENCE TITEKSOR b. 6 Sept. 1902 Bedford. Lincoln, Wyo. 

10. HELEN ARMINTA TITENSOR b. 28Feb. l905Bedford. Lincoln. Wyo. 




Zina and William"5tockdaIe 



William Stockdale Family 



FRANCES ZINA GOASLIND b. 27 Jan. 1870 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho dau. 
of John C. and Susan (Allen) Goaslind md. William Stockdale 22 Feb. 1888 
Logan, Cache, Utah b. 10 Sept. 1865 Suffolk, England son of William and 
Elizabeth (Page) Stockdale. Zina d. 4 Jan. 1926 Logan, Cache, Utah. 
William d. 2 Feb. 1942 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho. Children. 

I. JOHN WILLIAM STOCKDALE b. I July 1891 Cove, Cache. Utah 




Susan - Grandchildren 327 

2. CHARLES G. STOCKDALEb. 27 June 1 896 Cove. Cache, Utah d. 28 
June 1896 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. CLARICE G. STOCKDALEb. 24 May 1897 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

4. MERLE GOASLIND ST(X;KUALE b. i3Jan. 1 899 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho 

5. LELAND G. STOCKDALEb. 7 Apr. 1 900 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

6. NEWEL G. STOCKDALE b. 4 Jan. l902Franl<jin, Franklin, Idaho d. 13 
Jan. 1921 Logan, Cache, Utah. Unnnd. 

7. EUGENE GOASLlNDSTQCKDALEb. 8 July I 904 Franklin. Franklin. Idaho 

8. REED GOASLIND STOCKDALE b. 26 Mar. 1906 Franklin. Franklin. Idaho 

9. JANET G. STOCKDALEb. 13 Jan. 1909 Franklin, Franklin. Idaho d . 
1 3 Jan. 1 909, 

(I) JULIA SAPHRONIA GOASLIND b. 
6 Feb. 1875 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho d. 
i2Feb. igioFreedom, Lincoln, Wyoming 
d a u . of John and Susan (Allen) Goaslind 
md. 27 Sept. 1899 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Heber Hanson b. 19 Oct. 1868 
Cottonwood, Salt Lake, Utah son of Ole Heber and Juaa iwa^on 

and Julia Tea (Johanson) Hanson. Children. 

I. JULIA SAPHRONIA HANSON b. 6 Aug. 1 900 Freedom, Lincoln, Wyo- 
ming d. 6 Aug. 1900 Freedom, Lincoln, Wyoming 

GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SUSAN 

EVA LOUISA G. PURNELL b. 14 Dec. 1879 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Ernest Alphreda and Lydia Susannah (Goaslind) Pumell md. Moroni Heiner 14 
Dec. 1898 Logan, Cache, Utah b. 18 Feb. 1877 Morgan, Morgan, Utah son 
of Daniel and Martha Ann (Stevens) Heiner. 

Eva attended Brigham Young College and has been an active M. I. A. and 
Relief Society worker. Children. 

1. GLEN PURNELL HEINER b. 3 Sept. 1899 Morgan, Morgan, Utah 

2. lONA PURNELL HEINER b. 17 Apr. 1901 Logan, Cache. Utah 

3. CLAUDE PURNELL HEINER b. 26 Apr. 1902 Logan, Cathe. Utah 

4. FLORENCE PUIWELL HEINER b. 31 Aug. 1903 Morgan, Morgan, Utah 

5. KEITH PURNELL HEINER b. 23 May 1905 Morgan. Morgan, Utah 

6. VERNA PURNELL HEINER b. 20 Sept. 1 906 Morgan, Moragn. Utah 

7. FRANK PURNELL HLINER b. 31 Dec. 1908 Morgan. Morgan, Utah 

8. LOUISE PURNELL HEINERb. 15 Sept. 191 I Salt Lake, S, L. , Utah 
g. DANIEL PURNELL HEIKLKb. 30 May 1913 Salt Lake, S. L. , Utah 

10. ALBERT PURNELL HEINER- b. 7 Oct. 1915 Salt Lake, S. L. , Utah 

n. MORONI PURNELL HEINER b. 2 Dec. 1921 Salt Lake, S. L. , Utah d. 23 
May 1930 




Shem Purnell 



328 Susan - Great Grandchildren 

SHEM GOASLIND PURNELL b. 16 Oct. 1881 Whitney, 
Idaho d. 24 Mar. 1946 son of Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia 
Susannah (Goaslind) Pumell md. 20 July 1904 Sarah Minerva 
Glover b. 25 Apr. 1885 Lew iston. Cache, Utah. Children. 

1. SHEM GLOVER PURNELL b. 29 May 1905 Lewiston, 
Cache, Utah 

2. LA CARRY PURNELL b. 1 7 Jan. 1907 Cardston, Al- 
berta, Canada 

3. BERNARD RODNEY PURNELL b, I2july 1911 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

4. EVA PURNELL b. 19 May 191 3 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

5. IDA PURNELL b. 5 Jan. 191 5 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

6. LLOYD JOHN PURNELL b. 22 Dec. 1917 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

7. VERA PURNELL b, 21 Oct. 1919 Woolford, Alberta, Canada 

8. SARAH PURNELL b. 1921 d. young, Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

9. MOVAL PURNELL b. 23 Dec. 1922 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
104 CLIFFORD PURNELL b. 1 4 May 1925 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

11, ALTA PURNELL b. 5 July 1927 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

12. KENT LEON PURNELL b. 25 Sept. 1929 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 



LYDIA SUSANNA PURNELL b. 16 May 1 884 Whitney, 
Oneida. Idaho dau. of Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia 
Strsannah (Goaslind) Purnell md. 31 Mar. 1915. Cardston, 
Alberta, Canada Joseph Roberts b. 25 June 187 1 Provo, Utah, 
Utah d. 2 June 1935 Cardston. Alberta, Canada son of Ben- 
jamin Morgan and Mary (Bullock) Roberts. Children. 

I. JOSIE VILATE ROBERTS b. 10 Dec. 1 909 Cardston, 
Alberta, Canada 

2. JOSEPH PURNELL ROBERTS b. 21 Feb. 1916 Cardston. Alberta, Canada 

3. ERNEST PURNELL ROBERTS b. 7 Nov. 1924 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

4. SAMUEL PURNELL ROBERTS b. 19 Aug. 1926 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 




Lydia Purnell 




ARZELLA G. PURNELL b. 2 May 1887 Franklin, Frank- 
line, Idaho dau. of Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia Su- 
sannah (Goaslind) Purnell md. 1906 Lewell Taylor. Child, 

I. LESLIE TAYLOR 



Arzella Purnell 

PEARL VILATE G. PURNELL b. 5 Sept. i889FrankIin, Franklin, Idaho dau. 
of Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia Susannah (Goaslind) Purnell md. 2 Jan. 
I 91 3 Logan, Cache, Utah Ambrose Woolford b. 3 Jan. 1882 Smithfield, 
Cache, Utahson of Thomas Henry and Hannah Priscilla (Thompson) Woolford. 

Children. , 

I. CLESS RAYMOND WOOLFORD b. 28 Nov. 191 3 Cardston, Alberta, 



Susan - Great Grandchildren 
Canada 

2. RUTH LANETTE WOOLFORD b. 
Canada d. 7 Oct. 1933 



28 



Aug, 



329 



1 91 5 Cardston, Alberta. 



ARMEDA G. PURNELL b. 30 Nov. 1892 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 9 Feb. 
1920 Provo, Utah, Utah dau. 01 Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia Susannah 
(Goaslind) Purnell md. 19 June 1910 James Merrill Newton. Children. 

I. JAY MERRILL NEWTON b. 18 Mar. 1912 Salt Lake City, S. L. . Utah 

2. ALTA PURNELL NEWTON b. 7 Oct. 1 91 5 Salt Lake City, S. L. . Utah 

3. JULIA P. NEWTON 1917 

4. ARMEDA PURNELL NEWTON b. 4 Feb. 1920 Provo, Utah, Utah 

IDA MAY PURNELL b. 4 Nov. 1895 Whitney, Idaho d. 28 Aug. 1918 Leth- 
bridge. Alberta, Canada dau. of Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia Susannah 
(Goaslind) Purnell md. 7 Jan. 1914 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Neil Smith 
Richards. Children. 

1. NEIL PURNELL RICHARDS b. 6 Oct. I 914 Woolford, Alberta, Canada 

2. SUSIE PURNELL RICHARDS b. 22 Jan. 1917 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

3. SMITH PURNELL RICHARDS b. July 1918 Lethbridge, Aiberta, Canada 




John Goaslind Pumell Family 

JOHN GOASLIND PURNELL b. 4 Dec. 1897 Logan, Cache, Utah son of 
Ernest Alphreda Driggs and Lydia Susannah (Goaslind) Purnell md. 22 Dec. 
1922 Salt Lake City. S. L. , Utah Frances Bathshcba Cooper b. 1 Jan. 1903 
Vernal. Uintah, Utah dau. of Hyrum and Ruby Frances (French) Cooper. 

Children. 

1. DELBERT COOPER PURNELL b. 18 Sept. 1923 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

2. JOHN LAMAR PURNELL b. 29 Oct. 1924 Cardston,- Alberta. Canada d. 

7 Nov. 1938 

3. EARL COOPER PURNELL b. 25 May 1926 Cardston. Alberta, Canada d. 

25 May 1926 

4. HYRUM PURNELL b. 25 May 1926 Cardston, Alberta, Canada d. 25 




Earl, Loisand-Caroi Goaslind 



33° Susan - Great Grandchildren 

May 1926 

5. GLEN REX PURNELL b. 7 Oct, 1 930 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

6. JAY COOPER PURNELL b. 7 June 1933 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

7. BETTY MARIE PLTRNELL b.^-jg Nov. 1936 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

8. FRANCIS REED PURNELL b. 1 3 Feb. 1 94 1 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

CHARLES EARL GOASLIND b. 28 Apr. 
1889 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Charles David and Clara Chandler (Par- 
kinson) Goaslind md. 2 Oct. 191 2 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Loi§Hawkes b. 8 Feb. 1893 
Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of William 
and Susan (Lamb) Hawkes. Children. 

1. IRIS HAWKES GOASLIND b. 25 Jan. 1 914 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 
10 Dec. 1914 

2. EARL HAWKES GOASLIND b. 15 Mar. 191 6 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. GENE HAWKES GOASLIND b. 10 Apr, 1918 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

4. CLARADEAN.H. GOASLIND b. 5 Sept. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

5. CAROL H. GOASLIND b. 26 Jan. 1 932 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 
Charles Earl filled a British mission and has served in the Preston Post Office 

for over thirty years. Lois is an expert needle worker. They are both active 
in the Church. 

CLAIRE PARKINSON GOASLIND b. 25 June 18991 
Preston, Franklin,, Idaho dau. of Charles David and 
Caroline C. (Parkinson) Goaslind md. 14 June 1932 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, UtahLorin Tunis Hunter b. 4 Nov. 
1897 Kanosh, Utah son of William Tauman and Sophia 
Louisa (Rappleye) Hunter. Children. 

1. CLAIRE FAYE HUNTER b.. lo Sept. 1924 Castle Dale, Emery, Idaho 

2. JEANNE GOASLIND HUNTER b, 7Jan. 1 934 Castle Dale, Emery, Idaho 
Claire is very musical and has been an asset in the Church wherever she 

has lived. She and her husband own. a drugstore at Castle Dale, Utah. Lorin 
hasbeenactive in Church and civic affairs besides running a successful business. 




Claire and Lorin 



CAROL PARKINSON GOASLIND b. 14 Jan, 1901 Preston. Franklin, Idaho 
dau. ofCharles David and Caroline C. (Parkinson) Gt)asiind md. 22 Feb. 1923 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Alma George Condie b. 25 June 1896 Morgan, 
Utah son of Thomas R. and Katie (Jones) Condie. Carol and Alma Condie have 
made their living teaching school and dry farming. Children. 

1. FRANK ALVA CONDIE b. 16 June 1 928 Logan, Cache^ Utah 

2. GEORGE RICHARD CONDIE b. 15 Jan. 1930 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. CLARK GOASLIND CONDIE b. 5 Aug. 1 93 1 Logan. Cache, Utah 



Susan - Great Grandchildren 



331 




Alma G. and Carol 
Goaslind Condie 
sons, 
Frank A. , G. Richard, 
and Clark G. Condie 




•S- fcwfclK 



ELIAS MARVEL LARSEN b. 8 Mar. 1 894 Cove, Cache. Utah son of Elias 
Siverne ! and Clarinda Hannah (Goaslind) Larsen md. 27 Aug. 191 9 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Alberta C. Larsen b, 5 Jan. 1900 Mapleton, Franklin, Idaho. 
Children. 

I. EUGENIA MAE LARSEN b. 14 May 1920 Whitney, Franklin, Idaho 




Melvin G. Larsen 
and Family 



MELVIN GOASLIND LARSEN b. 7 Jan. 1896 Covz, Cache, Utah son of 
Elias Siverne and Clarinda Hannah (Goaslind) Larsen md. 28 Feb. 1918 Logan, 
Cache, Utah HedvigHelene Margerita Ellerman b. 16 Apr. 1897 Heme, West- 
phalia, Germany dau. ofHeinrich Imanuel and Meta Clara (Nickel) Ellerman. 
Children. 

1. CLAYTOR MELVIN LARSEN b. 10 Dec. 1918 Cove. Cache, Utah 

2. LENORE JUNE LARSEN b. i3June 1921 Whitney, Franklin, Idaho 

3. ALDENE LARSEN b. 24 Apr. 1923 V'hitney, Franklin, Idaho 

4. ALTON ELLERMAN LARSEN b. 27 Jan. i929Whimcy, Franklin, Idaho 
Melvin and Hedvig are active Churcif workers. Hedvig came to America 

from Germany when she was ten. Melvin had a severe collar bone break in his 
youth which mended improperly. His parents prayed that he would be healed 
little knowing how it was to be accomplished. Later Melvin was playing on 
some parked freight cars and as the engine attached itself to the cars, they 



332 Susan - Great Grandchildren 

lurched and he fell. In order to save himself from going beneath the wheels 
of the train he awkwardly caught hold of the crossbar to break his fall. The 
strain rebroke*liis shoulder and pulled the bone into its normal position; As 
he had been disobedient in going to the railroad yards he bore the pain with- 
out telling his parents. He filled two missions to the Southern States. 

ATELLA LARSEN b. 27 Dec. 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah dau, of Eiias 
Siverne and Clarinda Hannah (Goaslind) Larsen md. 23 Mar. 1921 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Otto Volmer Miller b. 29 July 1896 Newton, Cache, Utah son 
ofLars Christian and TressaBoletta (Peterson) Miller, Atella filled a Northern 
States mission. Children. 

1. VOLMER LARSEN MILLER b. I Feb, 1 922 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. ARIEL LARSEN MILLER b. 6 Dec. 1 923 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. STEPHEN LARSEN MILLER b. 21 July 1 925 Logan, Cache, Utah 

4. NAIADA MILLER b . 12 Aug. 1927 Weston, Franklin, Idaho d. 17 
Sept. 1927 

5. NAOMI MILLER b. 31 Oct. 1928 Weston. Franklin, Idaho 

6. ROLLO LARSEN MILLER b. 30 May 1 930 Weston, Franklin, Idaho 

7. DON LARSEN MILLER b, 21 Feb, 1932 Weston, Franklin, Idaho 

8. WALDO LARSEN MILLER b. 31 Jan. 1934 Weston. Franklin, Idaho 

9. PEGGY MILLER b. 9 Apr. 1935 Weston, Franklin, Idaho 

10. LYNN ;,ARSEN MILLER b. 15 June 1937 Weston, Franklin, Idaho 
ir. ELIAS LARSEN MILLER b. 25 'Sept. 1939 Weston, Franklin, Idaho 




Colleen, Barbara, 
Joye, Ada, Janet 
and Joel Smith 



ADA LARSEN b. 21 Dec. 1 899 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Elias Siverne 
and Clarinda Hannah (Goaslind) Larsen md. 4 June [924 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Joel Allen Smith b. 27 Jan. 1897 Fielding, Box Elder, Utah son of Wiilard 
Richards and Melissa Ann (Packer) Smith. 

Ada taught school and has a talent for the arts. She has been especially 
active in the music department of the Church auxilaries. Joel filled a British 
Mission and has been active in Church work since. At present he is Bishop of 
his ward. Children. 



Susan - Great Grandchildren 

1. BARBARA SMITH b. 15 Mar. 1925 Logan. Cache. Utah 

2. JOYE SMITH b. 23 Feb. 1928 Holbrook, Oneida. Idahn 

3. lOEL RICHARD SMITH b. 21 Nov. 1929 Holbrook, Oneida, Idaho d. 
Nov. 1929 

4. COLLEEN SMITH b. 14 Aug. 1931 Holbrook, Oneida. Idaho 

5. JANET SMITH b. 8 May 1936 Holbrook. Oneida. Idaho 



3B3 



21 



Philemon Titensor 
Family 




PHILEMON TITENSOR b. 1 May 1885 Cove. Cache, Utah son of Thomas 
Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. 5 Nov. 1908 Martha Moser 
b. 13 Nov. 1887 Providence, Cache, Utah dau. of John W. Moser. Children. 

1. MARTHA MAE TITENSOR b. I Aug. 1909 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 
d. 5 Mar. 191 1 

2. BLANCHE IRENE TITENSOR b. I May 1911 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. THELMA ELIZABETH TITENSOR b. 24 Oct. i9i3Bedford, Lincoln, Wyo. 

4. GRACE TITENSOR b. 2*2 July 1916 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

5. CLAIN EUGENE TITENSOR b. l9Junei9!8Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

Unmd. 

6. VERDA TITENSOR b. 28 Apr. 1922 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

7. BYRON TITENSOR b. 28 Feb. 1925 Bedford. Lincoln, Wyoming 




2. 

3. 
4- 



MAE TITENSOR b. 6 Oct. 1887 
Cove, Cache, Utah dau. o f Thomas 
Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) 
Titensor md. 9 Feb, 1905 John Heap 
b. 30 Nov. 1876 d. 28 Aug. 1924. 

Mae Heap, after rearing her fam- 
ily, moved to Logan and cared for4ier 
mother until she died. Children. 

I. LUETTA HEAP b. 26 Sept, 1905 
Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 
MILFORD HEAP b. 14 Oct. 1906 Thayne. Lincom. Wyoming 
INEZ HEAP b. 2 Mar. 1909 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 
ORIN EDWARD HEAP b. ii July 1917 Thayne. Lincoln. Wyoming 



Mae and John Heap 



f 

334 Susan - Great Grandchildren 

RUSSELL TITENSOR b. 22 July iSgaThayne, Lincoln, Wyoming son of 
Thomas Edward and May Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. 29 May 1919 Emma 
Bleazard b. 16 July 1897 Thayne. Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of Kal BleazardL 

Children. 

1. JACK RUSSELL TITENSOR b. 13 Apr. 1 920 Bedford, Wyoming 

2. THOMAS CALEB TITENSOR b. 21 Apr. 1922 (Stillborn) 

3. ANNAGENE T'lTENSOR b. 6 Oct. 1 924 Logan, Cache, Utah 

GEORGE TITENSOR b. 7 Nov. 1894 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Thomas 
Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. Mar. 1916 Emma Roberts. 
Children, 

I. ELAINE TITENSOR b. 3 Apr. 1917 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 




Roscoe and Elnor 
Titensor Family 



ROSCOE TITENSOR b. 17 May 1897 Cove, Cache, Utah son of Thomas 
Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. 28 Mar. 1928 Elnor Bishop 
b. 7 Apr. 1909 dau, of Earl Bishop. Children, 

1. ROSCOE DEAN TITENSOR b. 20 Jan. 1929 Etna, Wyoming 

2. VERNA TITENSOR b. 31 Mar. J931 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. MARILYN TITENSOR b. 7 Dec. 1932 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

4. L. RAY TITENSOR b. 1 6 Sept. 1 934 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

5. LUANNA TITENSOR b. 28 June 1939 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

6. ELLEN TITENSOR b. 23 June 1942 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

7. JULIA TITENSOR b. 2i Jan. 1947 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 

ARVILLA TITENSOR b. 30 Aug. 1900 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
Thomas Edwardand Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. 18 Feb. 1924 Scobey. 
Montana Nicholas Tymafichuk b. 15 Nov. 1 901 Children. 

1. BOYD TYMAFICHUK b. 1 July 1925 Pocatello, Idaho 

2. LILLIAN TYMAFICHUK b. 3 May 1927 Scobey, Montana 

3. ARVILLA DEE TYMAFICHUK b. 4 Dec. 1 929 Scobey, Montana 

4. LEONA MARIE TYMAFICHUK b. 12 Sept. 1 93 1 Scobey, Montana 

SUSAN FLORENCE TITENSOR b. 6 Sept. 1902 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 
dau. of Thomas Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. John Henry 



'Susan - Great Grandchildren 335 

Reusser b. 23 Apr. 1902 Bancroft. Idaho son of Gotlieb and (Barfuss) Reusser. 
Children. 




John Henry Reusser 'Family 

1. JOHN EUGENE REUSSER b. 14 Mar. 1924 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. RUTH REUSSER b. 26 Mar. 1926 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. THOMAS CONRAD REUSSER b. 26 Nov. 1 927 Montana 

4. KENNETH JOSEPH REUSSER b. iSNov. I9290gden, Weber, Utah d. i 
Jan. 1932 

5. HAROLD KAY REUSSER b. I Dec. 1 93 1 Ogden. Weber, Utah 

6. MERLYN TIT ENSOR REUSSER b. 26 Sept. 1934 Logan, Cache, Utah 

7. FRANCIS TITENSOR REUSSER b. 12 Dec. 1936 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

8. KATHLEEN TITENSOR REUSSER b. 15 Dec. 1938 Boise, Ada, Idaho 

9. ALTHEA TITENSOR REUSSER b. 27 Mar. 194 1 Boise, Ada, Idaho 



HELEN ARMINTA TITENSOR b. 28 Feb. 1905 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 
dau. of Thomas Edward and Mary Eugenia (Goaslind) Titensor md. 6 Aug . 
1924 Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho Thomas D. Hawes b. 22 Jan. 1896. Children 

I. CLARA GENE HAWES b. 5 Nov. 1924 Calusa, California 

JOHN WILLIAM STOCKD ALE b. I July 1 89I Cove. Cache, 
Utah son of William and Frances Zina (Goaslind) Stockdale 
md. 10 Jan. 191 7 Logan, Cache, Utah Ethel Rallison b. 30 
Mar. 1890 Whitney, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Herbert and Ellen 
Elizabeth (Bishop) Rallison, Sr. Children 

1. WILLIAM R, STOCKDALE b. 20 Oct. 1 917 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

2. HOWARD DEE STOCKDALE b. 9 Jan. 1919 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho- 




Will 




Raymond, Clarice and Verla 
Children. 



336 Susan - Great Grandchildren 

3. CLARICE ST OCKD ALE b. 16 Mar. 1 921 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

4. NELDA STOCKDALE b. 15 May 1927 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 

5. GRACE COLLEEN STOCKDALE b, 21 Oct. 1 935 Dayton, Franklin, Idaho 

CLARICE G. STOCKDALE b. 24 
May 1897 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho 
dau. of William and Frances Zina 
(Goaslind) Stockdale md. 12 Feb. 1919 
Logan, Cache, Utah Raymond Nephi 
Miller b. 26 Aug. 1897 Providence , 
Cache, Utah son of Nephi Ephraim 
and Harriet (Kidd) Miller. 

I. VERLA GEAN MILLER b. 20 Apr. 1920 Smithficld, Cache, Utah 

5. CLINTON RAY MILLER b. 1 4 Mar. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. MILDRED MILLER b. 8 Jan. 1 926 Rexburg, Madison, Idaho 

4. NARD ELDON MILLER b. 14 Aug. 1 929 Fillmore, Millard, Utah 

5. DAVID STOCKDALE MILLER b. 30 Mar. 1933 Salt Lake, S»L. , Utah 

MERLE GOASLIND STOCKDALE b. 13 Jan. 1899 
Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of William and Frances 
Zina (Goaslind) Stockdale md. 6 Oct. 1926 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Agnes Grace Lament b . 15 
Dec. 1900 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah dau. of ^^ 

James Hunter and Agnes (Heap) Lament. Children. ^^^ 4 

Merle Stockdale Family 

1. MARILYN JOYCE STOCKDALE b. 30 Aug. 1929 Oakland, Alameda, 
California 

2. BARBARA JEAN STOCKDALE b. 6 June 1932 Oakland, Alameda, Calif. 





Leland, Agnes, 

Vaun and Waldo 

Stockdale 



LELAND G. STOCKDALE b. 7 Apr. 1 900 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son of 
William and Frances Zina (Goaslind) Stockdale md. (i) 5 June 1921 Agnes 
Orton b. lo Jan. 1 900 Cove, Oregon d. 14 Dec. 1925 Weed, California dau. 
of Joel H. and Eliza Orton. Md, (2) 15 May 1930 Ida Busch b. 22 Feb. 1905 
Johnston, Washington dau. of Mathew and Margaret (Kaufman) Busch. (no issue)\ 
Children. 

I. VAUN LEE STOCKDALE b. [5 June 1922 Union, Oregon, d. 26 Dec. 
1925 Union, Oregon. ' 



' Susan - Great Grandchildren 337 

2. WALDO GENE STOCKDALE b. 20 Oct. 1923 Weed. California d. 4 Feb. 
1926 LeGrande, Oregon 

EUGENE GOASLINH STOCKDALE b. 8 July 1904 Franklin. Oneida. Idaho 
son of William and Frances Zina (Goaslind) Stockdale md. (i) Dorotliy Frances 
Meyer b. 19 May 191 2 Dallis. Oregon dau. of Muritz and Ina (Gardion) Meyer 
Md. (2) 1 3 July Stevenson, Washington Neva Rebecca Morgan b. 17 Jan. 1918 
Portland, Oregon dau. of Jesse Andrew and Myrtle May (Douglas) Morgan. 
Children. 

By (0 GENE MICHAEL STOCKDALE b. 27 Oct. 1940 Portland. Oregon 
By (2) JOAN LYNNE STOCKDALE b. 3 Dec. 1943 Portland. Oregon 



REED GOASLIND STOCKDALE b. 
26 Mar. 1906 Franklin, Franklin, 
Idaho son of William and Frances 2.ina 
(Goaslind) Stockdale m d . 20 Nov. 
1930 Logan, Cache, Utah Jean Fife b. 
6 Mar. 1908 Riverdale, Utah dau, of 
Joseph Adam and Clara (Jensen) Fife. 
Children. 

1. WALDO FIFE STOCKDALE b. 
29 Nov. 1931 Franklin, Franklin, 
Idaho 

2. ELAINE STOCKDALEb. 14 June Reed Stockdale and Family 
1936 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

3. REED GORDON STOCKDALE b. 5 Jan. 1944 Preston, Franklin, Idaho 

SECOND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARLNDAKNAPP ALLEN 

by SUSAN 

lONA PURNELL HEINER b. 17 Apr. I 90 I Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of 
Moroni and Eva Louisa (Pumell) Heiner md. 1 June 1920 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Franklin Robert Smith, Children. 

1. FRANKLIN HEINER SMITH b. 22 June 1923 

2. GERALDINE HEINER SMITH b. 27 Jan, 1928 

CLAUDE PURNELL HEINER b. 26 Apr. 1902 Logan. Cache, Utah son of 
MoroniandEva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. 2 Sept, 1924 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Lona Towler Lindsay b. 30 Apr. 1901 Tayiorsville, Utah dau. of 
Joseph and Ethlyn (Towler) Lindsay, Children. 

1. CLAUDE LINDSAY HEINER b. 1 7 Apr. 1927 

2. DALE MORONI HEINER b. 1 8 Feb. 1932 d. Jan. 1933 

3. BETTY JEAN HEINER b. 21 Mar. 1934 d. 30 Apr. 1936 

4. STANLEY LINDSAY HEINER b. 27 May 1938 




33^ Susan -Second Great Grandchildren 

FLORENCE PURNELL HEINER b. 31 Aug. 1903 Morgan, Morgan, Uuh d. 2 
June 1925 dau, of Moroni and Eva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. 6 Dec. 1924 
Melvin Dan Wells, Jr. son of Melvin, Sr. 

KEITH PURNELL HEINER b. 23 May 1 905 Morgan, Morgan, Utah son of 
Moroni and Eva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. 23 May 1928 Los Angeles, Los 
Angeles, California Lynn P. Fisher b. 2i July 1907. Keitii served three y^ears 
on a mission in South Africa. Children. 

r. FLORENCE JOY HEINER b. 13 Mar. 1930 

2. KEITH P. HEINER b. 15 Oct. 1935 

(I) VERNA PURNELL HEINER b. 20 Sept. lco6 Morgan, Morgan, Utah dau, 
of Moroni and Eva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. 31 Aug. 1926 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Elmer S. Romney. (div. ) Children. 

1. RUSSEL HEINER ROMNEY b. 1 3 Sept. 1 927 

2. EVA LOU ROMNEY b. 8 Dec. 1 929 

FRANK PURNELL HEINER b. 3 1 Dec. 1 908 Morgan, Morgan, Utah son of 
Moroni and Eva Louisa (Pumell) Heiner md. 16 Apr. 1 931 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah Marie Eddington b. i Jan. 1 910 Morgan, Morgan, Utah dau. of 
Lorenzo S. and Charlote Janette (Butt) Eddington. Children. 

1. PAUL EDDINGTON HEINER b. 23 Mar. 1934 

2. JANETTE EDDINGTON HEINER b, 1 4 Dec. 1941 

3. KATHLEEN EDDINGTON HEINER b. 29 Oct. 1 943 

LOUISE PURNELL HEINER b. I5Sept. 1911 Salt LakeCity, Salt Lake, Utah 
d. 16 Sept. 1946 Dau. of Moroni and Eva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. May 
1936 Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada Carrol Burt Hummel. Children. 

1. LYNNE HEINER HUMMEL b. 16 Feb. 1938 

2. GAIL HEINER HUMMEL b. 20 Sept. 1 943 

DANIEL PURNELL HEINER b. 30 May 191 3 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 
son of Moroni and Eva Louisa (Pumell) Heiner md. 25 Nov. 1936 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Vera Luana Thorup b. 18 June 1913. Children 

1. JUDITH THORUP HEINER b. 3 Apr. 1938 

2. JOAN THORUP HEINER b. 5 July 1943 

3. DANIEL THORUP HEINER b. 5 Sept. 1 947 

ALBERT PURNELL HELNER b. 7 Oct. 1915 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
son of Moroni and Eva Louisa (Purnell) Heiner md. 8 Aug. 1937 Dora Heauterb. 
4 Aug. 1915. Children. 

1. DIANE HEAUTER HEINER b. 10 Feb. 1939 

2. GARY HEAUTER HEINER b. 16 Sept. 194! 

3. DOREEN HEAUTER HEINER b. 22 Oct. 1946 \ 

4. MAUREEN HEAUTER HEINER b. 22 Oct. 1 946 



Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 339 

SHEM GLOVER PURNELL b. 29 May 1905 Lewiston, Cache. Uuh son of 
Shem Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnellmd. Ruth Angeline Cooper 
b. 4 Jan. 19 10 Grassy lake, Alberta, Canada. Children. 

1. RUTH PURNELL b. 24 Dec. I929 Cardston, Alberta, Canada d. 2 Jan. 
1930 

2. LEONARD COOPER PURNELL b. 29N0V. I93oCardston. Alberta. Canada 

3. MORRIS COOPER PURNELL b. 25 Jan. I938Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 

LA CARRY PURNELL b. I/Jan. 1 907 Cardston. Alberta, Canada dau. of 
Shem Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Kirkham Lawrence Lee 
b. 19 Feb. 1905 Rayrpond, Canada, Children. 

1. ENID LEE b, I Dec. 1929 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

2. DUANE PURNELL LEE b. 28 Dec. 1931 Cardston, Alberta. Canada 

3. MINNIE JOAN LEE b. 1 7 Apr. 1935 Cardston. Alberta, Canada 

4. WINSTON DELANO LEE b. 1 8 Feb. 1942 Cardston. Alberta, Canada 

5. GERALD KAY LEE b. 5 July 1 945 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

6. ROGER MOYLE LEE b. 3 Nov. 1 947 Cardston , Alberta, Canada 

BERNARD RODNEY PURNELL b. 15 July 191 1 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
son of Shem Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Llily Solam- 
back b. 16 Dec. 1 91 6 Brant, Alberta, Canada. Children. 

1. DARLING LOUISE PURNELL b. 8 Nov. 1937 Cardston, Albeita, Canada 

2. GARY B. PURNELL b. 1 3 Mar. 1939 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

EVA PURNELL b. 1 9 May 191 3 Cardston, Alberta, Canada dau. of Shem 
Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnellmd. Walter Herr. (div. ). Children. 

1. LORRETTA HERR b. 31 Aug. 1931 Cardston, Alberta. Canada 

2. GLENDA LOUISE HERR b. 5 Feb. 1933 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

IDA PURNELL b. 5 Jan. 1915 Cardston. Alberta, Canada dau, of Shem 
Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Harold Scoville. Children, 

1. IDELL SCOVILLE b. 5 June 1942 

2. CONNIE H. SCOVILLE 

LLOYD JOHN PURNELL b. 22 Dec. 1917 Cardston, Alberta, Canada son of 
Shem Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Hope Salway. Children. 

1. ROBERT HOMAN SALWAY PURNELL b. Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

2. CORMA JEAN PURNELL b. Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

VERA PURNELL b. 21 Oct. 1 91 9 Woolford, Alberta, Canada dau, of Shem 
Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Nestor Stanko b. 18 Mar . 
1914 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Children. 

1. NESTOR LEROY STANKO b. I Sept. 1940 Cardston. Alberta, Canada 

2. MELANEE ROSE PURNELL STANKO b. 10 Aug. 1 942 Cardston. Alberta, 
Canada, 



34° Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 

MOVAL PURNELL b. 23 Dec. i922Cardston, Alberta, Canada son of Shem 
Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Puinell md. Ethel Sumerfelt. 

ALTA PURNELL b. 5 July 1927 Cardston, Alberta, Canada dau. of Shem 
Goaslind and Sarah Minerva (Glover) Purnell md. Frank Joseph Ellison b. 19 
Aug. 1924 Cardston, Alberta, Canada. Children. 

1. RICHARD FRANK ELLISON fa. 5 July 1 946 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

2. DLANE ELLISON b. 29 Feb. 1948 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

JOSIE VILATE ROBERTS b, lo Dec. 1 909 Cardston, Alberta, Canada dau, 
of Joseph and Lydia Susanna (Pumell) Roberts md. (i) 29 July 1937 Cut Bank , 
Glacier, Montana John C. McLennon. Md. (2) Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 
Oswald George Bengry. Children, 

1. RUTH McLENNON b. 7 June 1 938 

2. CAROL MERRY BENGRY b. 25 Dec. 1943 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

3. DEAN BENGRY b. 12 Dec. 1945 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

JOSEPH PURNELL ROBERTS b. 21 Feb. 1 91 6 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
son of Joseph and Lydia Susanna (Pumell) Roberts md. 20 June 1941 Blackfoot, 
Bingham, Idaho Amanda Wooten b. 2 2 Feb. 1923 Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho 
dau. of V. F. and Pearl (Butler) Wooten. Children. 

1. KEITH ROBERTS b. 29 Aug. 1942 

2. JUDY GAIL ROBERTS b. 24 Jan. 1946 

LESLIE TAYLOR b. 1907 Cardston, Alberta, Canada son of Lewell and Ar- 
zella G. (Purnell) Taylor md. (i) Lois Steed. Md. (2) Ruth Steed (Sep. ) Both 
daus. of Joseph and Nancy (Ross) Steed. Children three by first wife; one by 
second. 

1. DONALD TAYLOR 

2. EBEN TAYLOR 

3. HELEN TAYLOR 

4. GERRY TAYLOR b. afat. 1 940 

CLESS RAYMOND WOOLFORD b. 28 Nov. 1913 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
son ofAmbrose and Pearl VilateG. (Purnell) Woolford md. 15 Feb. 1945 Card- 
ston, Alberta, Canada Margaret Smith dau. of William Charles and Clara 
(Sloan) Smith. Children. 

1. JANET RUTH WOOLFORD b. 20 Jan, 1 946 Cardston, Alberta. Canada 

2. NADINE MARIE WOOLFORD b. 4 Mar. 1947 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 

JAY MERRILL NEWTON b. 18 Mar. 191 2 Salt Lake City. Salt Lake. Utah 
son of James Merrill and Armeda G. (Purnell) Newton md. 23 Nov. 1935, 
Castlegate, Carbon, Utah Edith Babcock b, 31 Jan. 1914 Castlegate, Carbon 
Uuhdau. of William Henry and Alice Walton (Thompson) Babcock. Children*; 

I. JUDITH NEWTON b. 23 June 1938 Price, Carbon, Utah 



Susan - Second Great Grandchildren ^i 

2. ROGER JAMES NEWTON b. ]l J-ily 1943 Price. Carbon, Utah 

ALTA PURNELL NEWTON b. 7 Oct. 191 5 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 
dau. of James Merrill and Armeda G, (Purnell) Newton rnd. 9July 1937 Salt 
Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Harry Duerkop. Children 

I. JAMES NEWTON DUERKOP b. 26 Oct. 1946 

ARMED A PURNELL NEWTON b. 4 Feb. 1920 Provo. Utah. Utah dau. of 
James Merrill and Armeda G. (Pumell) Newton md. 2 July 1941 Edward Lee 
Lancaster b. 30 Dec, 1918 Salt Lake City, Utah. 

NEIL PURNELL RICHARDS b. 6 Oct. 1914 Woolford, Alberta. Canada son 
of Neil Smith and Ida May (Purnell) Richards md. ? Business Address: Neil 
Richards and Associates, Engineers, 1052 N. 6th St. , Los Angeles 14, Calif, 

SUSIE PURNELL RICHARDS b. 22 Jan. 1917 Cardston, Alberta, Canada 
dau, of Neil Smith and Ida May (Purnell) Richards md. 1 Apr. 1938 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake, Utah Elden Allen Hendrickson b . 17 Oct. 1914 Farnrom, 
Idaho son of Joseph Allen and Lowella (Christensen) Hendrickson. Children. 

1. CLAIR RICHARDS HENDPJCKSON b. 1 3 Aug. 1939 

2. MERLE RICHARDS HENDRICKSON b. 24 May 1942 

3. JOSEPH RICHARDS HENDRICKSON b. 4 Dec. 1944 



SMITH PURNELL RICHARDS b. I 9 1 8 Lethbridge. Al 
berta, Canada son of Neil Smith and Ida May (Purnell) 
Richards md. Margaret McGee. Children, (adopted) 

1. DAVID RICHARDS 

2. (GIRL) RICHARDS Smith Pumell 
^ '^ . Richards 

GLEN REX PURNELL b. 7 Oct. 1 930 Cardston, Alberta, Canada son of John 
Goaslind and Frances Bethsheba (Cooper) Purnell md. 16 June 1949 Donna 
Forsyth. 

EARL HAWKES GOASLIND b. l5Mar. 1916 Preston, Franklin. Idaho son of 
Charles Earl and Lois (Hawkes) Goaslind md. 7 June 1938 Donna vVorkrnan b. 
8 Aug. 1 91 5 dau. of William L. and Sarah Edith (Kirkham) ^Vorkman, Earl 
filled a mission to the Northwestern States and is now in business for himself 
as an electrical engineer. Children. 

1. EARL CRAIG GOASLIND b. H Feb. 1942 Salt Lake City, SaltUKe. Utah 

2. GARY DEE GOASLIND b. 8 Aug. 1943 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke, Utah 

3. TAD W. GOASLIND b. 29 Jan. 1948 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

GENEH. GOASLIND b. 10 Apr. 1918 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Charles Earl and Lois (Hawkes) Goaslind md. 10 Dec. 1947 Salt Lake Cit)'. 




342 



Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 



Salt Lake, Utah Lois Van Valkenburg dau. 
of Charles Nl. and Nora Louise (Walker) 
Van Valkenburg. 

Gene and Lois GoasUnd 





'.s^H/^yiLXtt . ™! -,' -e- 



'^m 




CLARADEAN H, GOASLINDb. 5 
Sept. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho dau. 
of Charles Earl and Lois (Hawkes) Goas- 
lind md. 25 Feb. 1943 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Thomas Max Smart son of Vernal 
and Clotheal (Clayton) Smart b. 21 Mar, 
1921 Preston, Franklin, Idaho. Clara- 
dean has been active in the Church. 
Clara, Kathleen and Thomas Smak Thomas filled a Northwestern States 

mission and graduated from the California College of Mortuary Science. Child. 
I. KATHLEEN G. SMART b. 4 Jan. 1 945 Preston, Franklin, Idaho. 




Sheldon Chris Johnson Family 



CLAIRE F AYE HUNTER b. 10 
Sept. 1924 Castle Dale, Emery , 
Utah dau. of Lorin Tunis and Claire 
Parkinson (Goaslind) Hunter md, 7 
Sept. 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah Sheldon Chris Johnson b. 29 
Dec. 1919 Huntington, Utah 



Children. 

1. JANET KAYE JOHNSON b. 23 July 1947 

2. CAROLYN JOHNSON b. 21 May 1949 

Claire Faye and Sheldon were both students at B. Y. U. She received train- 
ing at the workshop of Columbia University Radio School. He received his 
master's degree at the New York School of Retailing and is now employed with 
Sears at Salt Lake City. 

EUGENLA MAE LARSEN b. 14 May 1920 Whitney, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Elias Marvel and Alberta C. (Larsen) Larsen md. 27 Aug. 1938 Donald Fredrick 
Poage. Children. 

1. DONALD LARSEN POAGE b. 10 Oct. 1 939 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 
II Oct, 1939 

2. TAMRA JEAN POAGE b. 27 Aug. 1 940 Preston, Franklin, Idaho d. 27 
Aug. 1940 

3. KATHLEEN POAGE b. 15 Mar. i 942 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

4. NANCY POAGE b. 28 Dec. 1944 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake. Utah 



Susan - Secoiid Great GfaiidcliiJdron 



343 



CI AYTOR MfLVIM I.ARSLN h. lo 
Dlc. 1918 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Mc Iv in Coaslind and Hcdwig Hclc-ne 
Margerita (llllcrraaii) Larsen md. 2 July 
1941 LOj^aii, Cache, Utah Violet John- 
son b. 2 June 1919 Hatch, Idaho dau, 
of Melvin Lars and Sarah Camma (Hatch) 
Johnson. Children. 

;. JOAN LAii^SHN b. 30 Apr. 1942, 
Richmond. Cache, Utah The Cla tar Larsen l-ain..y 

2. CAMMA I.ARSCNb. i6jan. 1944 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. CLAYTOR MELVIN LARSEN b. n Mar. 1 948 Logan, Cache, L'tah 
Clayror farms in Cove and is active in tlie Church. He filled a mission in 

Germany and Southern States which gave his parents great joy. 





Edward Monson Family 



LENORE JUNE LARSEN b. 1 3 Jime 1 92 1 
Whitney, Franklin, Idaho dau. "of Melvin 
GoaslindandHedwigHelene Margerita (Eller- 
man) Larsen md. 1 Aug. 1941 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Edward Nolan Monson b. 7 Feb. 1914 
Downey, Bannock, Idaho son of Fred Lorenzo 
andMargeret (Perkins) Monson. June's talent 
in art, inusic, and drama have been an asiet 
in her Church work. Children. 



1. WAYNE NOLAN MONSON b. 1 5 May 1942 PocateUo, Bannock, Idaho 

2. LUETTA MONSON b. 21 July 1944 Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 

3. STUART RAYMOND MONSON b. 24 Mar. 1 948 Preston, Franklinr Idaho 

ALDENE LARSEN b. 24 Apr. J923 Whimey, 
Franklin, Idaho dau. of Melvin Goaslind and 
Hedvvi;-HeleneMargerita(ElIerman) Larsen md. 
24 June 1943 Barlow Hale Call b. 23 Nov, 1920 
Bancroft, Bannock, Idaho son of Willard and 
Louise Ann (Hale) Call. Aldene and Barlow 
build Callair airplanes and rmi their own flying 
service in Afton. Children. 

1. BARLOW DEAN CALL b. 29 Apr. 1944 PocateUo, Bannock, Idaho. 

2. GLEN LARSEN CALL b. 19 May 1947 Afion, Lmcoln, Wyoming 

3. STANi-O^.DCALL b. 6 Apr. 1949 Afton, Lmcohi. Wyoming 

VO' MHR I AR.^LN MILLER b. I Feb. 1922 Logan. Cache, Utah son of Otto 
Voimcr and Arclla (Larson) MilU-r md. 1 July 1948 Logan, Cache. Utah Nay 




Barlow Haie Cail Family 




^i44 Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 

Dene Sant b. 28 Mar. 1930 Treasuieton, Franklin, 
Idaho dau. of Orson Clifford and Cloie Leone (Con- 
lin) Sant. 



Volmer and Nay Dene Miller 



STEPHEN LARSEN MILLER b. 21 July 1925 Logan, Cache, Utah son of Otto 
Volmer and Atella (Larsen) Miller md. 20 Nov. 1946 Dorothy Perkins. Child. 
I. BRUCE MILLER b. Sept, 1947 Ogden, Weber, Utah 

NAOMI MILLER b. 31 Oct. 1 928 Weston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of Otto 
Volmer and Atella (Larsen) Miller md. I July 1948 Lynn William OIney. Child, 
I. NAYLON OLNEY b. 21 Apr. 1949 

BARBARA SMITH b. 15 Mar. 1925 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of Joel A. 
Smith and Ada (Larsen) Smith md. 12 May 1950 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 
Utah Claron Vera McGee son of LeRoy McGee. 

JOYE SMITH b. 23 Feb, i928Holbrook, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Joel Allen 
and Ada (Larsen) Smith md. 20 Sept. 1946 William Wyatt, Jr. b, 5 Mar. 1925 
son of William L. and Mona (Goldsberry) Wyatt, Sr, Children. 

1. DOUGLAS ALAN WYATT b. I Jan. 1 948 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. JILL WYATT b. I2 Oct. I949 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. TODD NATHAN WYATT b. 21 Jan. 1951 Logan, Cache, Utah 

COLLEEN SMITH b, 14 Aug. 1931 Holbrook, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Joel 
Allen and Ada (Larsen) Smith md. Walter Kent Williams b. 20 July. 1931 Tre- 
monton, Utah son of Walter Thomas and Loretta (Rose) Williams. Children. 

I, KIRK SMITH WILLIAMS b. 15 Oct. 1950 Logan, Cache, Utah 

BLANCHE IRENE TITENSOR b. I M^y 1911 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming 
dau. of Philemon and Martha (Moser) Titensor md, 25 Oct. 1930 Alva Heap. 
Children. 

1. LARRY A. HEAP b. 29 Dec. 1933 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. VALDEE HEAP b. 7 Sept. 1 935 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. KENNETH MARION HEAP b. 24 Aug. 1 947 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

THELMA ELIZABETH TITENSOR b. 24 Oct. 1 91 3 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyo- 
ming dau. of Philemon and Martha (Moser) Titensor md. 1933 Lyle Stoker. 
Children. 

I. LYLE LARON STOKER b.2Feb. ? 1 933 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 

Z. MARTHA FAYONE STOKER b. 6 May 1937 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming 



Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 

3. DOYLE STOKIiti b. 1 6 Dec. i940Thayne. Linco'u. VVyonnug 



345 



GRACE TITENSOR b. 2 2 July 1916 Bedford. Lincoln. Wyoming daa. of 
Philemon and Martha (Moser) Titensor md. [935 Theo Robimon. Children. 

1. VLRDELL ROBINSON b. 14 May 1936 

2. JERRY ROBINSON b. 5 Apr. 1943 

3. JANETT MAE ROBINSON b. 

VERDA TITENSOR b. 28 Apr. 1922 Bedford. Lincoln. Wyoming dau. of 
Philemon and Martha (Moser) Titensor md, 13 Sept. 1941 Keith Robinson . 
Children. 



1. KAREN ROBINSON b. ,25 Dec. 1942 

2. ROBERT KEITH ROBINSON b. 10 Oct. 



'944 



BYRON TITENSOR b, 28 Feb. 1925 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming son of 
Philemon and Martha (Moser) Titensor md. 6 Oct. 1945 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho Wilma Lois Sessions b. 29 Sept. 1927 



LUETTA HEAP b. 26 Sept. 1905 Thayne, Lincoln, 
Wyoming dau. of John and May (Titensor) Heap md . 
6 Feb. 1923 Lawrence Hemmert. Children. 

1. CLEO MAE HEMMERT b. II July 1924 Thayne, 
Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. WENDELL HEMMERT b. 13 Apr. 1927 Thayne. 
Lincoln, Wyoming 




Lueita Heap 




MILFORD HEAP b. I 4 Oct. 1 906 Thayne, Lincoln, 
Wyoming son of John and May (Titensor) Heap md. 8 
Nov. 1939 Winona Anderson b. 28 Jan. 1919 Kemmerer, 
Wyoming. Children. 

1. JOHN DARIUS HEAP b. 23 Mar. 1941 



Milford Hca'-; 



INEZ HEAP b. 2 Mar. 1909 Thay- 
ne, Lincoln, Wyoming son of John and 
May (Titensor) Heap md. i Oct. 1938 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 
Delbert Thornton b. 17 Mar. 1904 Logan, 
Kansas. Lhangin Lima Peru. L L A. A. 
Engineer. 





34^ Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 

ORIN EDWARD HEAP b. ] I July 1917 Thayne, Lin- 
coln, Wyoming son of John and May (Titensor) Heap md . 
2 Aug. 1945 Mary Lou Parker or Packer. Living in Pasa- 
dena, California 

Orin Edward Heap 

JACK RUSSELL TITENSOR b. i3Apr. 1920 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyomingson 
of Russell and Emma (Bleazard) Titensor md. Doris Campbell b. 16 June 1928. 
Child. 

1. DALER, TITENSOR b. 4 Dec. 1948 

ANNAGENE TITENSOR b. 6 Oct. 1924 Logan. Cache, Utah dau. of Russell 
and Emma (Bleazard) Titensor md. 21 Nov. 1946 Allen Hepworth. Children. 
I. 'JOANNA HEPWORTH b. 4 July 1947 

2. GEORGE RUSSELL HEPWORTH b. loAug. 1949 

ELAINE TITENSOR b, 3 Apr. 1 9 17 Bedford, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
George and Emma (Roberts) Titensor md. i Aug. 1937 Charles Harrington b. 
26 Dec. 1 914 Corcoran. Children. 

1. LESTER CHARLES HARRINGTON b . 27 Aug. 1939 Lemoore, Kings, 
California 

2. KENNETH HARRINGTON b. 18 June 1944 Lemoore, Kings, California 

3. JOYCE ELISE HARRINGTON b. 22 Dec. 1948 Lemoore, Kings, California 

VERNA TITENSOR b. 31 Mar. 1931 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
Roscoe and Elnor (Bishop) Titensor md. 12 Nov. 1948 Lowell Jenkins. Children 
I. EL DEAN JENKINS b. 12 Aug. 1949 

MARILYN TITENSOR b. 7 Dec. 1932 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. of 
Roscoe and Elnor (Bishop) Titensor md. 28 June 1950 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Clayton Skinner son of Edward T. Skinner. 

LILLLAN TYMAFICHyK b. I July 1925 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho dau. 
of Nicholas and Arvilla (Titensor) Tymafichuk md. 31 May 1946 Jack R, Mc - 
Kiernan. Children. 

1. BETTY JO McKIERNAN b. II July 1947 

2. PATRICLA ANN McKIERNAN b. 4 June 1948 

ARVILLA DEE TYMAFICHUK b. 3 May 1925 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 
dau. of Nicholas and Arvilla (Titensor) Tymafichuk md. Clifford Cossette , 
Children. 

I. SIDNEY CLIFFORD COSSETTE b. 16 Sept. 1 948 

RUTH REUSSER b. 26 Mar. 1 926 Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of John Henry 



Susan - vSecond Grandchildren yn 

and Su.an Florence (Tiunsor) Ucusscr n,d. , . June 1045 ^iJiiani li. I ,.l>cr b. 
25 Sept. 1915. Children. 

1. JOHN CAlU^TONIISHtRb. 1046 IJoise, Ada Idaho 

2. KlINNUTH DALL FISHER b. 2 Mar. iy^/liuise. Ada, Idaho 

CLARA GHNE HAVVES b. 5 Nov. .924 Colnsa. Colusa. CaJiforn.a daa. of 
Thomas Dobson and Helen Arminta (Titensor) Hawes md. (j) 2 Mav 1945 
Sarasota, Florida Kenneth Merrill of Preston, Franklin. Idaho. Md.'(2) 1 
Oct. 1946 Lavar Tho.Tipson. Children 

1. VICKFY THOMPSON b. 16 June 1947 

2. LAGEAN THOMPSON b. 8 Feb. 1949 

WILLIAM R, STOCKDALE b. 20 Oct. 1917 Franklin. Franklin. Idaho son 
ofjohn William and Ethel (Rallison) Stockdale md. i July 1941 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Barbara Grace Jensen b. li Mar. 1922 Hyrum, Cache, Utah da u, of 
Claudis J. and Grace (Allen) Jensen. Children. 

1. GRACE VIRGINIA STOCKDALE b. 26 Oct. 1943 Logan, Cache. Utah 

2. WILLIAM ALLLN STOCKDALE b. 6 Mar. 1945 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. ETHEL ANN STOCKDALE b. 24 Sept. 1948 

HOWARD DEE STOCKDALE b. 9 Jan. 1 91 9 Franklin, Franklin, Idaho son 
of John William and Ethel (Rallison) Stockdale md. 26 Sept. 1942 Preston. 
Franklin, lda>ho Ruth Skabelund b. 21 May 1921 Logan, Cache, Utah da u. of 
John and Amanda Dagmar (Johnson) Skabelund. Children. 

1. JOHN DEE STOCKDALE b. I3Apr. 1944 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. SUSAN STOCKDALE b. 3 Oct. 1946 Logan, Cache, Utah 

3. FRANCES STOCKDALE b. 3 Feb. 1 950 Logan. Cache, Utah 

CLARICE STOCKDALE b, I 6 Mar. 1921 Weston, Franklin, Idaho dau. of 
Jolin William and Ethel (Rallison) Stockdale md. 25 June 1943 Salt Lake City, 
Salt Lake, Utah Carol Pyle b. 6 June 1915 Mt. Ayr, Ringold, Iowa son of Guy 
and Maude Bell (German) Pyle. Children. 

I. LINDA KAY PYLE b. 21 Oct. 1945 Oregon. 

CLINTON RAY MILLER b. 14 Mar. 1922 Preston, Franklin, Idaho son of 
Raymond Nephi and Clarice (Stockdale) Miller md. 13 Oct. 1944 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake iJtah, Bonnie Jean Kent b. 2 Mar. 1925 Salt Uke City, Salt 
Lake, Utah dau. of Alton Jack and Florence Cummings(Hicken) Kent. Children. 

1. KENT CLINTON MILLER b. 21 May 1946 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, 

Utah 

2. RAYMOND NEPHI MILLER b. 3 Aug. 1 948 Anchorage, Alaska 

3. DANIEL CHARLES MILLER b. 1 2 Feb. 1950 

MILDRED MILLER b. 8 Jan. i926Rcxburg, Madison, Idaho dau. of Raymond 
Nephi and Clarice (Stockdale) Miller md. 20 Dec. 1946 Mclvin C. Vanden 



34^ Susan - Second Great Grandchildren 

Acker son of Leonard and Marie (Unck) Vanden Acker. Children. 

1. MARIE VANDEN ACKER b. 29 Oct. 1947 Salt Lake City, S. L. Utah 

2. JED MILLER VANDEN ACKER b. 25 Dec. 1949 Salt Lake City, S. L. , 
Utah 

3. (GIRL) VANDEN ACKER b. 14 Apr. 1 95 1 Salt Lake City, S. L. . Utah 

DAVID STOCKDALE MILLER b. 30 Mar. 1933 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake , 
Utah son of Raymond Nephi and Clarice (Stockdale) Miller md. 21 June 1950 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Shirley Ilean Watson dau. of William Ostler 
and Leone (Etchel) Watson. Children. ' ^ 

I. VICKY LYNN MILLER b. 7 Feb. 1951 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

MARILYN JOYCE STOCKDALE b. 30 Aug. 1929 Oakland, Alameda, Cali- 
fornia dau. of Merle Goasliad and Agnes Grace (Lamont) Stockdale md, 3 
June 1 950 Golden Ross Hahnle son of Henry and lola Hahnle. 

THIRD GREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEEandCLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by SUSAN 

CLEO MAE HEMMERT b. 1 1 July 1924 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. 
of Lawrence and Luetta (Heap) Hemmert md. 21 July 1942 Homer Hepworth 
b. 19 Aug. 1921 Grover, vVyoming. Children. 

1. DLANA HEPWORTH b. 22 June 1943 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

2. JUDY HEPWORTH b. 8 Dec. Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

3. JED HEPWORTH b. 25 Dec. 1949 Afton, Lincoln, Wyoming 

WENDELL HEMMERT b. 13 Apr. 1927 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming son of 
Lawrence and Luetta (Heap) Hemmert md, 2 Aug. 1946 DortEy Rainey b. 14 
Nov. 1922. Children. 

1. DEE HEMMERT b. 20 Feb. 1 947 

2. RANELL HEMMERT b. II Oct. 1 949 



LEVI 



349 



|IS»»! j^iW^-jW -»V.'«W.'?"M 




Levi Knapp Allen and Sons 




Livinia Henson Allen and Daughiers 

LEVI KNAPP ALLEN b. I Apr. 1842 Virginia, Cass, Illinois son of Andrew 
Lee and Clarinda (Knapp) Allen md. li Dec. 1888 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho 
Livinia Meriafn Henson b. 23 July 1871 Franklin, Oneida, Idaho dau. of Al- 
fred and Mary Ann (Sewell) Henson. Children. 

1. CLARINDA MEIUAM HENSON ALLEN b. 3 Nov. 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. LEVI ANDREW HENSON ALLEN b, 15 June 1891 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. ELIJAH CHARLES HENSON ALLEN b. 6 May 1893 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. JAMES SIDNEY HENSON ALLEN b. I Apr. 1895 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. LYDIA SOPHRONIA HENSON ALLEN b. ] I Sept. 1897 Cove, Cache. Utah 

6. SUSAN LARENE HENSON ALLEN b.6 Aug, 1900 Cove, Cache, Utah 

7. JULIA MARY HENSON ALLEN b, 9 Oct. l902Cove, Cache, Utah 

8. ESTHER VERONA HENSON ALLEN b. 10 Feb. iQ05Cove, Cache, Utah 

9. ALFRED THEODORE HENSON ALLEN b.6 Doc. i 907 Cove, Cache, Utah 

10. OLIVE HENSON ALLEN b. II Mar. 1 911 Cove, Cache, Utah 



350 



Levi - Grandchildren 




Standing: 

Ruby, Lyman, Thyra, 

Wendell, Sylvia 
Seated: 

Clarinda, Dean, 

Louis, Edward 



CLARINDA MERIAM HEN SON ALLEN b. 3 Nov. 1889 Cove, Cache, Utah 
dau, of Levi Knapp and Livinia (Henson) Allen md. 19 June 1907 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Louis Henry Johnson b. 9 Ngv. 1886 Richmond, Cache, Utah son 
of Lars Christine and Matilda (Madison) Johnson. Children. 

1. ALLEN JOHNSON b. 2 June 1908 Cove, Cache, Utah d. i 3 June 1908 

2. LYMAN LEON JOHNSON b. 30 Aug. 1 909 Cove, Cache. Utah 

3. ORE WENDELL JOHNSON b. 24 Nov. 1911 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. SYLVIA JOHNSON b. 12 Dec. 191 3 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. THYRA JOHNSON b. 29 Jan. 1918 Cove, Cache, Utah 

6. EDWARD LEVI JOHNSON b. I May 192 1 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho d. 24 
Aug. 1942 Eden, Idaho 

7. RUBY LARENE JOHNSON b. 28 Apr. 1925 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

8. DEAN HENRY JOHNSON b. 12 July 1929 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
Address: 320 E. 2nd St. Rupert, Idaho 



^'fS"!»^^?^mMM^^Wn'y£T^'i^ii.a^M' 



Standing: "^"f 

Seth, Lael 
Seated: 

Levi, Elsie 




LEVI ANDREW HENSON ALLEN b. 1 5 June 1891 Coye, Cache, Utah,son of 
Levi Knapp and Livinia (Henson) Allen md. 17" Oct. 1 917 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Elsie Lucina Skidmoreb. 19 May 1894 Richmond, Cache,, Utah dau. of William 
Loback and Charlotta (Pearson) Skidmore. Children, 

1. SETH SKIDMORE ALLEN b. ii Nov. 1925 Cove, Cache, Utah 



Levi - Grandchildren 
2. LAEL. ALLEN b. 15 Oct. 1932 Cove. Cache, Utah 
Address: R. Cove, Richmond, Utah 



Standing: 

Beth, Lois, Arlene 
Seated: 

Dell, Elva, Elijah, 

and Mardean 



35' 




ELIJAH CHARLES HENSON ALLEN b. 6 May 1893 Cove, Cache. Utah son 
of Levi Knapp and Livinia (Henson) Allen md. 2 Oct. 1918 Logan, Cache, 
Utah Elva Geneva Detton b. 27 Jan« 1900 Hatch, Bannock, Idaho da u. of John 
and Caroline Anderson (Nelson) Detton. Children. 

1. ARLENE ALLEN b. 9 July 1919 Logan, Cache, Utah 

2. RHEA BETH ALLEN b. 30 Oct. 1921 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. LOIS MARIE ALLEN b. 14 Apr. 1 925 Cove, Cache, Utah 

4. ELIJAI^ DELL KNAPP ALLEN b. I Dec. 1931 Cove, Cache, Utah 

5. CAROLYN MARDEAN ALLEN b. 25 Aug. 1936 Cove. Cache. Utah 
Address: R. Cove, Richmond, Utah 




Standing: 

Sidney, Jeanne, 

and Benson 
Seated: 

Elcanora, Joye, 

James 



JAMES SIDNEY HENSON ALLEN b. I Apr. 1895 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Levi Knapp and Livinia (Henson) Allen md. 12 Sept. 19:7 Logan, Cache. Utah 
Eleanora Benson b. 30 Nov. 1896 dau. of Frank Andrus and Amanda (Eliason) 
Benson. Children. 

1. JAMES SIDNEY ALLEN b. 20 July 1918 Logan, Cache. Utah 

2. BETTY JEANNE ALLEN b. 17 June 1921 Nampa, Canyon, Idaho 

3. WENDELL BENSON ALLEN b. 9 Dec. 1 925 Nampa. Canyon, Idaho 



35^ Levi - Grandchildren 

4. JOYE ELEANORE ALLEN b. 3 May 1932 Idaho Falls, Bonneville. Idaho 
Address: 275 1 2th St. Idaho Falls, Idaho 



Standing: 
Leon, Gordon, 
Verl. Eldred, 
Milton 

Seated: 

Valene, Alyce, 
Lydia, Nadene, 
Nelda 




LYDIA SOPHRONIA HENSON ALLEN b. II Sept. 1 897 Cove, Cache, Utah 
dau. of Levi Knapp and LiviniaMeriam(Heiison) Allen md. 10 Nov. 1916 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Milton Earl Bair b. 25001. i892Cove, Cache, Utah son of Hyrum 
and Mary Elizabeth (Van Orden) Bail. Children. 

1. LEON ALLEN BAlRb. 31 Oct. 1 917 Cove, Cache, Utah 

2. VERL ALLEN BAIR b. 1 9 Apr. 1919 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. ELDRED EARL BAIR b. 24 Jan. 1921 Lewiston, Cache, Utah 

4. VALENE BAIR b. 22 Mar. 1922 Heyb urn. Minidoka, Idaho 

5. GORDON REX BAIR b. 1 2 Oct. 1923 Heybum, Minidoka, Idaho 

6. NELDA BAIR b. 30 Mar. 1 927 Heybum, Minidoka, Idaho 

7. ALYCE AMELIA BAIR b, 5 June 1933 Heybum. Minidoka, Idahp 

8. NADENE LYDIA BAIR b. 23 Aug. 1921 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
Address: Heybum, Idaho 



Top left: Merle 
Seated: Marjorie 
Thelma 

Inset: 

Larene and 
Hiram 





SUSAN LARENE HENSON ALLEN b. 6 Aug. 1900 Cove. Cache, Utah dau. 
of Levi Knapp and Livinia Meriam (Henson) Allen rad. 22 June 1926 Salt Lake 
City, Salt Lake. Utah Hiram Gordon Scott d. 30 Mar, 1934 son of Walter 



353 



Levi - Grandchildren 
Orange and Nancy Jane (Gordon) Scott. Children. 

1. THOLMA JEAN SCOTT b. 7 Mar. 1927 Tremonton, Box Elder. Utah 

2. MARJORJE LOU SCOTT b. 27 Nov. 1930 Tremonton. Box Elder. Utah 

3. MERLE DEE SCOTT b. 17 Sept. 1932 Tremonton, Box Elder. Utah 
Address: 168 Harvard Ave. , Salt Lake City, Utah 



Front row; 
Dale and 
Mary Allen 

Back row: 
DeEtte 




JULIA MARY HENSON ALLEN b. 9 OcU 1 902 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of 
Levi Knapp and Livinia Meriam (Henson) Allen md. 25 May 1926 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Lavon Stewart Humphreys b. 31 Aug. 1901 Logan, Cache, Utah 
son of Thomas Hyrum and Carrie (Stewart) Humphxeys.(d I V. 29 Apr. 1949). 
Children. 

1. DALE ALLEN HUMPHREYS b. 7 Oct. 1 927 Logan, Cache. Utah 

2, DeETTE MARY HUMPHREYS b. 4 June 1932 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Address: 318 East 3rd South, Logan, Utah 

ESTHER VERONA HENSON ALLEN b. 10 Feb. 1905 Cove. Cache, Utah dau. 
of Levi Knapp and Livinia Mcriarn (Henson) Allen md. 17 SepL 1925 Salt Ukc, 
SaltUke, Utah Frank Mattias Ravstenb. 16 May 1902 Clarkston, Cache, Utah 
son of Frank and Josephine (Christensen) Ravsten. Children. 

1. JANELL RAVSTEN b. 7 Sept. 1 926 Heybum, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. LYNN ALLEN RAVSTEN b. 21 May 1928 Cove, Cache, Utah 

3. VERNON FRANK RAVSTEN b. 14 Dec. 1930 Clarkston, Cache, Utah 

4. TRENA MAE RAVSTEN b. I Dec. 1935 Logan, Cache, Utah 



354 Levi - Grandchildren 

5. CURTIS EARL RAVSTEN b. 16 Aug. 1938 Logan. Cache. Utah 
Address: Heybum, Idaho 




Standing: 

Vernon, Janell, 

and Lynn 
Seated: 

Trena, Frank, 

Verona and 

Curtis 



ALFRED THEODORE HENSON ALLEN b. 6 Dec. 1907 Cove. Cache. Utah 
sonof LeviKnappandLivinia Meriam(Henson) Allen md. 15 Nov. 1927 Logan. 
Cache. Utah Zola Bright b. 19 Sept. 1909 Richmond. Cache, Utah da u, of 
Chester Lomoni and Frances (Spackman) Bright. Children. 



1. RET A BRIGHT ALLEN 
b. 26 Oct. 1928 Richmond, 
Cache, Utah 

2. DENNIS KAY ALLEN b. 
26 Apr. 1932 Cove. Cache. 
Utah 

3. JAY ELLIS ALLEN b. 13 
June 1 945 Logan, Cache, Utah 

Address: Allen's Milk Ranch on 
High Creek, Lewiston, Utah 
R.F, D. 




Standing: Reta. Dennis 
Seated: Alfred. Ellis, Zola 



(2) OLIVE HENSON ALLEN b. 1 1 Mar. 191 1 Cove, Cache. Utah dau. of Levi 
Knapp and Livinia Meriam (Henson) Allen md. 1 1 Dec. 1929 Salt Lake City . 
Salt Lake, Utah Henry R. Bon b. 1 1 May 1896 Paris, Bear Lake. Idaho son 



Levi - Gtaadchildren. 



355 




3f John Henry and 
Susan Ann (Reeder) 
Bott. (no issue). 

Address: 
BrighamCity, Utah 
(in summer) 
Mesa, Arizona (in 
winter) 



Henry R. Bott and 
Olive Allen 



GREAT GRANDCHn.DREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by LEVI 

LYMAN LEON JOHNSON b. 30 
Aug. 1909 Cove, Cache, Utah son 
of Louis Henry and Clarinda Meriam 
Hanson (Allen) Johnson md. 1 Oct. 
1932 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho Olga 
Roe me r b. 8 Jan. 1908 Newark, 
Essex, New Jersey dau. of George 
and Katherine Elizabeth ( K o r t z ) 
Roemer. Children. 

1. EVELYN JEAN JOHNSON b. 1 3 Nov. 1933 Rupert. Minidoka, Idaho 

2. VIRGIL LEON JOHNSON b. 27 Feb. 1941 VVestwood, Lassen, California 

d. 8 Mar. 1941 

Address: 309 Fodrin Way, Sparks, Nevada. 



ORE WENDELL JOHNSON b. 24 
Nov. 191 1 Cove, Cache, Utah son 
of Louis Henry and Clarinda Meriam 
Henson (Allen) Johnson md, 20 Nov. 
1935 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho Bruna 
Marie G a b a r d i b. 31 Oct. 1 9 1 8 
Kemmerer, Lincoln, Wyoming dau . 
of Richard and Linda (Coratta) Ga- 
bardi. Children. 




Lyman, Evelyn and Olga 




Marie, Wendell and Richard Johnson 



1. DWIGHT JOHNSON b. 25 Dec. 1940 Rupert. .Minidoka, Idaho d. 25 
Dec. 1940 



35^ Levi - Great Grandchildren 

2. RICHARD EDWARD JOHNSON b. 20 Jan. 1947 Rupert, Minidoka. Idaho 
Address: Rupert, Idaho 




Chris and Sylvia Johnson Wall Family 

SYLVIA JOHNSON b. 1 2 Dec. i9i3Cove, Cache, UtahDau, of Louis Henry 
andClarindaMeriamHeQSon(Allen) Johnson rod. 24 Dec. 1933 Rupert, Mini- 
doka, Idaho Chris A. Wall b. 2 Apr. 1910 Hendetson, Nebraska son of Cor- 
nelius and Agnes (Pankratz) Wall. Children. 

1. EL WOOD LEE WALL b. 9 June 1935 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. VENOY LOUIS WALL b. 29 July 1 940 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. SYLVIA ARLENE WALL b. I Aug. 1945 Rupert. Minidoka, Idaho 

4. BEVERLY ANN WALL b. 1-3 Mar, 1 949 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
Address: 350 E. 8 S. , Salt Lake City, Utah 



THYRA JOHNSON b. 29 Jan. 191 8 Cove, Cache, 
Utah d a u . of Louis Henry and Clarinda Meriam 
Henson (Allen) Johnson md. 22 Sept. I93^ Rupert, 
Minidoka, Idaho Leonard Lewis b. 30 Oct« 1910 
Ordinary, Elliot, Kentucky son of Elisha and Lula 
(Johnson) Lewis. Childreiu 

1. PATRICIA YVONNE LEWIS b. 25 Mar. 1 937 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. DEWEY EDWARD LEWIS b. 22 Apr. 1938 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. SHARON LOUISA LEWIS b. 10 Nov. 1 939 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

Address: 323 East 2d St. . Rupert, Idaho 




Thyia, Yvonne, Leonard 
Sharon, Dewey 



Levi - Great Grandchildren 



357 



RUBY LARENE JOHNSON b. 28 Apr. 1925 
Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho da u. of Louis Henry 
and Clarinda Meriam Henson (Allen) John- 
sonmd. 1 July 1944 Tacoma, Pierce, Wash- 
ington David Richard Fowler b. 7 Aug. 1926 
St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho son of Frank 
Henry and Bertha Louise (David) Fowler. 
Children. 

1. WOODROW DAVID FOWLER b. 18 
Dec. 1947 Tacoma, Pierce, vVashington 

2. KATHRINA MARIE FOWLER b. 18 Jan, 
1950 Tacoma, Pierce, Washington 

3. BRUCE EDWARD FOWLER b , 9 Jan. 
i95i>Tapoma, Pierce, Washington 
Address: 3598 East Jay St. , Tacoma,. Wash. 





Ruby, Richard, 
Kathrina, Bruce, Woodrow 



Trina Beth and Dean 



ARLENE ALLEN b. 9 July 1 91 9 
Logan, Cache, Utah dau. of Elijah 
Charles Henson and Elva Geneva 
(Detton) Allen m d . 6 Sept. 1 940 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Ed- 
gar Andrew Hyer b. 1 2 July 1916 
Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of An- 
drew William and Emma Elaine 
(Hillyard) Hyer. Children, 

1. WARREN ALLEN HYER b. 7 July 

2. ELAINE ALLEN HYER b. 18 Apr. 
Address: San Louis, Obispo, California 



D E A N HENRY JOHNSON b. I 2 
July 1929 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
son of Louis Hen ry and Clarinda 
Meriam Henson (Allen) Johnson rad. 
l-j Oct. 1951 Sterling City, Texas 
Trina Beth Reed b. 28 Nov. 1931 
Sterling City, Texas dau. of Nicho- 
1 a s Holmes and Lois Marie (Revel) 
Reed. 

Address: 2431 Guadalupe, San An- 
gelo, Texas. 




Edgar, Arlene. Warren, Elaine 

1943 Logan, Cache, Utah 
1947 Ithaca, Tompkins. New York 



35S 



Levi - Great Grandchildren 




Beth, Wayne, Marcia, Ann. Gary 



RHEA BETH ALLEN b. §0 
Oct. J921 Cove, Cache, Utah 
dau. of Elijah Charles Henson 
and Elva Geneva (Detton) Al- 
len md. 19 Sept. 1941 Salt 
Lake, Utah Henry Wayne 
Craw b. 22 Dec. igi/Miner- 
sville, Beaver, Utah son of 
Charles Nelsofi and Lydia 
Fern (Talbot) Craw. Children. 

I. BETH ANN CRAW b. 
17 Aug. 1 944 Logan, Cache, 
Utah . 

2. MARCIA CRAW b. 28 >pr. 1948 Logan, Cache, Utah , ' 

3. GARY WAYNE CRAW b. May 1 950 Logan, Cache, Utah 
Address: 336 E. 9N. , Logan, Utah 

LOIS MARIE ALLEN b. 14 Apr. 
1925 Cove, Cache, Utah dau. of Eli- 
jah Charles Henson and Elva Geneva 
(Detton) Allen md. I ^ July 1943 Cove , 
Cache, Utah Leonard Emang b. 26 
May 1 9 17 Trondhjem, Norway son of 

John and Magda Marie (HoJleris) , ,, . 

^,.,° Leonard, Tommy, Allen, Lois 

Emang. Children. ■' 

1. LEONARD ALLEN EMANG b. 25 July l944Brigham City, Box Elder, Utah 

2. JOHN THOMAS EMANG b. 28 Jan. i946.Bygham City, Box Elder, Utah 
Address: Rt. 4 Box 368, Corvallis, Oregon 



JAMES SIDNEY ALLEN, JR, b. 20 
July 1 91 8 Logan, Cache, Utah son of 
James Sidney Henson and Eleanora 
(Benson) Allen md. 10 July 1947 
Logan, Cache, Utah Mary Jane George 
b. 8 June 1926 Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho 
dau. of Thomas Clarence, Jr., and 
Opal E. (Cordon) George. Giildren. 

1. MARYJANEEN ALLEN b. 26 
May 1948 Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho 

2. SIDNEY REED ALLEN b. 8 June 
1950 Rigby, Jeffefson, Idaho 
Address: 2I0 W. 2 N, Rigby, Idaho 





Dr. James Sidney Allen, Jr. Family 



Levi - Great Grandchildren 

BETTY JEANNE ALLEN b. 17 June 1921 
Nampa, Canyon, Idaho dau. of James Sidney 
Hensonand Eleanora (Benson) Allen md. 3 July 
1943 San Diego, San Diego, California William 
Baird Martin b. 24 Jan. 1922 Ogden, Weber, 
Utah son of Samuel and Sarah Ann (Cameron) 
Martin. Children. 

I. CHERYL ANN' MARTIN b. 3 June 194c 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, Idaho 
Address: Box 367 Garfield, Utah *" 



359 



vs.. 





Betty. Cher>'l, William 



WENDELL B EN SON AL- 
LEN b. 9 Dec. 1925 Nampa, 
Canyon, Idaho son of James 
Sidney Hcnson and Eleanora 
(Benson) A lien md. i Sept. 
1949 Salt Lake City! Salt 
Lake, Utah Rosemar}- BL^- 
choffb. 26 Apr. 1926 Hc.i- 
day, Salt Lake, Utah dau. 
of Robert Kenneth and Clara 
Johanna (Thomas) Bischoff. 
Children. 



-Rosemary and W. Benson Allen and Larraihe 

ll. LARRAINE ALLEN b. 7 Sept. 1950 
Address: 2199 No. Yellowstone, Idaho Falls. Idaho 



LEON ALLEN BAIR b . 31 Oct. 
1 917 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Milton Earl and Lydia Sophronia 
Henson (Allen) Bait md . 19 Nov. 
1941 Logan, Cache, Utah Mary 
Brown b. 3M'ar. 1919 Blackfoot , 
Bingham, Idaho dau. of William 
Edward and Mary Alice (Newbold) 
Brown. Children. 

1. NOLA JEAN BAIR b. 1 2 Sept. 1942 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. MILTON LEON BAIR b. 12 Sept. 1 944 Rupert. Minidoka, 

Idaho d. 22 Sept. [944 

3. TRENT J. BAIRb. 26 Apr. 1946 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 




Mary, Nola, Leon, Judy, 
Reed. Trent 




Verl, Madge, sAly, Dwayne 



3^0 Levi - Great Grandchildren 

4. REED LAMARRBAIRb. 26 Nov. l948Runen, Minidoka, Idaho 

5. JUDY DEONBAIRb. 20 Apr. 1951 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
Address: Emerson, Idaho 



VERL ALLEN BAIRb. 1 9 Apr. 
1 91 9 Cove, Cache, Utah son of 
Milton Earl and Lydia Sophronia 
Henson (Allen) Bairmd. 10 May 
1945 Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho 
Agnes Madge Harris b. 1 1 Mar . 
1925 Sugar City, Jefferson, Idaho 

dau. of Earl, Jr., and Lillie La- 
vonia (Likes) Harris. Children. 

1. BILLY EARL BAIR b. 18 Mar. 1946 Pocatello, Idaho 

2. DWIGHT BAIR b. 25 Feb. 1948 Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho d. 27 Feb. 1948 

3. DWAYNE BAIRb. 25 Feb. 1948 Rigby, Jefferson, Idaho 



ELDRED EARL BAIRb, 24 Jan. 1921 
Lewiston, Cache, Utah son of Milton 
Earl and Lydia Sophronia Henson (Al- 
len) Bair md. 12 ,May 1944 Logan, 
Cache, Utah Anna Lou Hale b. 8 Sept. 
1922 Oakley, Cassia, Idaho dau, of 
Wallace Areat and Annie Penpla (Day- 
Eldred Earl Bair Family j^y) Hale. Children. 

DELBERT HALE BAIRb. 18 Apr. [946 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
MARDEAN BAIR b. 20 Mar. 1948 Rupert, Minidoka, l<\aho 
LYLE EARL BAIR b. 23 Jan. I950 Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho 




I. 
2. 

3. 



Address; Heyburn, Idaho 

VALENE BAIRb. 22 Mar. 1922 
Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho dau. of 
Milton Earl and Lydia Sophronia Hen- 
son (Allen) Bair md. 15 May 1942 
Logan, Cache, Utah Arthur Henry 
Hansen b. l Oct. 1911 Hawaii (Scho- 
field Bks) Son of Sigaard Henry and 
s'-^gSs*^ W - .£j^j^a (Jackson) Hansen d. June 1 950 

Standing: Arthur, Veral.Valene ^^^^^^^. Minidoka. Idaho. Children. 

Seated: Sharon, Wanda, Mary Ann 

1. VERAL HENRY HANSEN b. I Sept. 1944 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

2. WANDA ILENE HANSEN b. 25 Oct. 1945 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 

3. SHARON ELAINE HAN SEx\ b. 7 June 1 947 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 




Levi - Great Grandchildren 

4. MARY ANN HANSON b. ii Oct. i949R"pert. Minidoka. Idaho 
Address: Heyburn, Idaho 



GORDON REX BA IR b. I 2 Oct. 1 923 
Heyburn. Minidoka, Idaho son of Mil- 
ton Earl and Lydia Sophronla Henson 
(Allen) Bair md. 8 Aug, 1947 Burley , 
Cassia, Idaho ElenorWinwardb. 2 May 
1923 Burley, Cassia. Idaho da u. of 
En:ier Leroy and Emma Rebecca (Koyle) 
Winward. Children. 



361 




I. CURTIS ELDEN BAIR b. 
Address: Heyburn, Idaho 



8 Feb. 



Gordon, Cur«s. Elcnor 
1949 Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho 



lap" r^V"^^ 




NELDA BAIRb. 30 Mar. 1927 

Heybutn, Minidoka, Idaho da.u. of 

Milton Earl and Lydia Sophronia 

Henson(Allen)Bair md. 6 Feb. 1946 

Logan, Cache, Utah Bill Barton 

Montgomery b. 23 Jan. 1925 Rupert, 

Klinidoka, Idaho son of George Barton 

and Lucy (Petersonl Montgomery. 
Sherry. Nelda.'Bill, Gene ^^^^J^ 

GENE BARTON MONTGOMERY b. 5 Jan. 1 947 Rupert, Mmidoka, Riaho 
SHERRY LUCY MONTGOMERY b. 16 June 1949 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 



Address: Heyburn, Idaho. 



ir^ *'^eii.'-4.sra^-* 




THELMA JEAN SCOTT b. 7 Mar. 
927Tremonton. Box Elder, UtahJau. 
of Hiram Gordon and Susan LaRene 
Henson(AlIen) Scott md. 12 Aug. 1949 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Ferris 
George Dansie b. 6 Jan. 1925 Bluff- 
dale, Utah son of Charles A. and Vur- 
nice (Newbold) Dansie. 
Address; Riverton, Utah 



Thelma and Ferris 



MARJORIE LOU SCOTT b. 27 Nov. 1930 Trcmonton, Box Elder. Utah dau. 
of Hiram Gordon and Susan LaRene Henson (Allen) Scott md. 3 Jan. 1949 Las 
Vegas, Clark, Nevada Louis Ethclbert Cr a w b. 13 May 1920 Minersville , 
Beaver, Utah son of Charles Nelson and Lydia Fern (Talbot) Craw. Children. 

I. SUSAN LARENE CRAW b. 1 1 Jan. IQSO 



362 



Levi - Great Grandchildrcii 




Marjorie, Susan, Louis E. Craw 



Address: 1253 11. 9 N. Logan. Utah 



MERLE DEE SCOTT b. 17 Sept. 1932 Tremonton. Box Elder, Utah dau. of 
Hiram Gordon and Susan LaRene Henson (Ailen) Scott md. 26 Jan. 1952 Salt 

Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah John 
Kenneth Hom.r b. 13 Nov. 1926 
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 
.<on of Kenneth J o h n and Mary 
Delia Arnup (Mercer) Homer. 

Address: 2530 Kenwood Ave. , 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Merle Dee and 
John Kenneth Homer 





JANELL R.AVSTEN b. 
7 Sept, 1926 Heyburn, p, 
Minidoka, Idaho dau. of ^ 
Frank Matthias and Esther | ' "^^ 
Verona Henson (Allen) , r* 
Ravstenmd. 29 May 1946 .^ 
Idaho Falls, Bonneville, 
Idaho Howard Glenn Ar- 
rin.^ton b. 1 ? Apr^ 1923 *'/^ 
Twin Falls. Twin Falls. / I , t 
Idaho son of R. Glenn and '^'-^ -^' -r^ 
Annie(Tuttle)Arrington. Janell, Susan, Howard 

Children. 

1. SUS.W" JANELL ARRINGTON b. 26 Sept 1947 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, 
Idaho 

2. MARY LYNNE aRRINGTON b. 7 May I 949 Twin Falls, Twin Falls, 

Idaho 

3. GLENN STEVEN ARRLNGTON b. 7 Feb. 1952 Twin Falls. Twin Falls, 



Levi - Great Grandchildren 
Idaho 
Address: Twin Falls, Idaho 



363 




Rex, Reta, Cheri Lynn, Rex /flan 
2 June 1950 Provo, Utah, Utah 



RETA BRIGHT ALLEN b. 26 Oct. 
1928 Richmond, Cache, Utah dau. 
of Alfred Theodore Henson and Zola 
(Bright) Allen md. 9 Ma)' i949Lo3an , 
Cache, Utah Rex S. Spendlovc b, 29 
Apr. 1926 Hoytville, Utah son of 
Janus Alburn and Hazel Teresa 
(Stonebreaker) Spendlovc. Children. 

1. CHERI LYNN SPHNDLOVL b. 

2. REX ALAN SPENDLOVE b. 30 Nov. 1951 Provo, Utah, Utah 
Address: Provo, Utah 

DENNIS KAY ALLEN b. 26 A pr. 1932 Cove. Cache, Utah son of Alfred 
Theodore Henson and Zola (Bright) Allen nid, 19 Nov. 195: Logan, Cache , 
Utah Sherrill Reese b. dau. of Robert D. and Elva. (Jones) Reese. 



Sherrill Reese and 
Dennis Kay Allen. 

Address: 

Pre Fabs 1207, 
Logan, Utah 




s 



SECONDGREAT GRANDCHILDREN of ANDREW LEE and CLARINDA KNAPP ALLEN 

by LEVI 



/ 



EVELYN JEAN JOHNSON b. 13 
Nov, 1933 Rupert, Minidoka, Idaho 
daU. of Lyman Leon and Olga 
(Roemer) Johnson md. gs^ov. 1 95 1 
Reno, Washoe, Nevada Thomas 
Arthur Hill b. 10 Apr. 1933 son of 
Arthiu: and Eldonis (Waters) Hill. 

Address: Sparks, Nevada. 




Evclyu Joan jud Thomas A. Hill 



304 

ADDENDA 

ALEITHA,(LETHA) ALLEN (pages 278,285) b. 19 Sept. 1906 Fairview, Oneida, 
Idaho dau, of Andrew Thomas and Edith Ann (Bennett) Allen md. (I). Gerald 
Watkins, (div. ) 

DOROTHY ELIZABETH ALLEN (page 147^ b. '18 June 1 9 14 Provo, Utah, Utah , 
dau, of Leonard Preece and Lena Maude (Wallace) (VanSycle) Allen md. Paul 
LaFranchi. 

HORACE BODILY ALLEN (Page 150) b. 17 Nov, 1909 Richmond, Cache, Utah 
son of Joseph Elijah and Sarah C. (Bodily) Allen md. Ellen Whitehill. 
LELA BODILY ALLEN (page 150) b. 30 Apr. 1916 Builey, Cassia', Idaho dau. 
of Joseph Elijah and Sarah C. (Bodily) Allen md. (?Dale) Roe. 
LUCILE B. ALLEN (Page 130) b. 6 Mar. 1906 Mapleton, Oneida, Idaho dau. 
of Joseph Elijah and Sarah C. (Bodily) Allen md. (i) Harry W. Johnson. Md. 
(2) Jim Cruickshank. 

LYNN ALLEN (page 146) b. 13 May 1927 Salt Lake City, Salt Uke. Utah 
son of Orlando Lowe and E)pris (Carsey) Allen md. Janet LeMare. 
PEGGY LORRAINE ALLEN (page 146) b. 28 Jan. 1929 Salt Lake City, Salt 
Lake, Utah dau. of Orlando Lowe and Doris (Carsey) Allen md. (?Sam) Stine. 
WANDA BODILY ALLEN (page 150) b. 4 May 1912 Cornish, Carhe, Utah dau. 
of Joseph Elijah and Sarah C. (Bodily) Allen md. Willard Smith. 
LEW WALLACE BERGESTROM Cpage 181) b. 2S Oct. 1924 Iowa son of A. Lyle 
and Eva Lorrain Van Sycle (Allen) Bergestrom md. Arlene Johnson. 
ALICE ELIZA FOSTER (page 194) b. 21 Apr. 1 900 Belmont^ Franklin, Idaho 
dau. of Alfred aijd Bertha Jane (Sweet) Foster md. Mr. Forbush. 
DORA MARIAH FOSTER (page 194) b. 25 July 1 904 Belmont, Franklin, Idaho 
dau. of Alfred and Bertha Jane (Sweet) Foster md. Mr. Likes. 
EDITH EVELYN FOSTER (page 194) b. 7 Aug. 1896 Belmont, Franklin. Idaho 
dau. of Alfred and Bertha Jane (Sweet) Foster md. Mr. Cline, 
JOSEPHINE CLOIE FOSTER (page 199) b. 26 Sept. 1912 Idaho Falls, Bonne- 
ville, Idaho d. 26 April 1934 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho dau. of Edmond Willard 
and Etta Rachel (Knowles) Foster md. James H, Kelly. 

LUETTA HEAP (page 333) b. 26 Sept. 1905 Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming dau. 
of John and Mae (Titcnsor) Heap md. (2) Ai Harvey. 



INDEX 



3O5 



ABBOTT, Leo Allen, 177 
Lewis E. , 176 
Lewis Zane, 176 
Michael Edward, 177 
ADAMS, Abbie L. , 9 
Alice, 153, 190 
Anne, 18 
Carel Lee, 189 
Edward M. , 306 
Grant, 153 
Helen Elgcna, 153 
Hepzibeth B. , 9 
Joan, 153 
John Q. , 1 53 

John Vernon, 153, 189, 190 
Jonathan, 60 
Kenneth Paul, 189, 
Leone, 262 
Luwana, 153, 189 
Paul Vernon, 153, 189 
Rebecca, 36 
Venice, 310' 
Vir;^inia, 153 
ADELSAR, Johanna, 316 
ADGATE, Hannah, 29 
AGUTTER, Ernest George, 205 
Eleanor Jo Ann, 205 
Frank Wilson, 205 
Sharon Marie, 205 
Susan Rae, 205 
. Sylvia Lee, 205 
AKERS, Melissa, 282 
AKETT, William, 27 
ALEXANDER, Marie, 316 
ALGER, Sarah A., 265 
ALLEN, Aaron Moses, 277 
Abi^Til, 7,9 
Abner, 7,8 
Ace L% , 289 

Adelaide Dcrnice, 2l6, 229 
Adelaide Cedilla, 215,219,239, 



240,241.242 

Adonna Bernice. 229, 266 

Alcith, 278, 285, 364 

Alfred Theodore Benson, 349, 354, 

363 

Alice, 148 

Alice Erma, 133. 155, 156, 191 

Alice Jean, 139 

Almira, 146 

Alys, 289 

Amasa, 7 

Andrew,7. 92, 93,95,98. ici, 103, 

104, 105, 1 ir, 1 14, 1 16, 121, 122, 

123, 125, 150 

Andrew Bickmore, 129, 131, 132, 

146, 147, 148, 149, 150 

Andrew Kenneth, 278. 284 

Andrew L e e , 4, 9, 1 0, 7 1 . 90, 92, 

g6, 103, 109, 113, 114, 115, 116, 

120, 126. 129, 193,215,277,278, 

279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 298, 

311.323.349 

Andrew Stanford, 147, i8c 

Andrew Thomas, 277 , 278. 284, 

285, 364 

Andrew Woodard, 9 

Anita, 300, 304 

Ann, 146 

Anna Rae, 148, 183 

Annie Minerva, 216,226,261, 

262 

Aram Calvin, 152 

Aram Poulsen. 1 33, 152, 18S, 189 

Arba, 139 

Arba Rilla Lone. 131 , 139, 160, 

170 

Ardis, 289,297 
Ariel Francis, 147, 179 
Arlene, 351.357 
Arlo Hatch, 150 
Arvid Ray. ^16 
Arvil;a May. 316 
Arvoud Bennett, 278 



366 
Ashael Lester, 231 , 267 
Augusta Ann, 9 

Barbara, 150, 157, 186,218, 235, 
268 

Barbara Jo, 230 
Barnett Stanford, 147, j8o 
Bathsheba, 6 
Ben Murphy, 267 
Ben Rich, 218,238 
Benjamin Jones, 216,227 
Benjamin Mathews, 298 
Benjamin Robinson, 227 
Bernard Francis, 225, 260 
Bertha, 139 

Bessie (Betty), 144, 177 
Betsey, 6 

Betty Jeanne, 351, 359 
Betty Lucille, 156. 192 
Billie Louise, 181 
Billie Ruth, 228 
Blaine E. , 289 
Blanche, 217,233,267.268 
Bob Lynn, 289 
Bobby Lavern, 315 
Boyd K. 152 
Bridget, 9 
Brookie Jamar, 231 
Bruce Edward, [55 
Carma, 150, 186 
Carma Jean, 154,190 
Carol, 283,291 
Carol Ann, 182 
Carol Jeanne, 180 
Carol Sue, 289 

Caroline Amelia, 298,301,302 
Carolyn, 179, 185 
Carolyn Mardean, 351 
Catherine Kay, 173 
Cecil Calkins, 148, 182 
Cecil Norris, 244 
Chad Lay ton, 149 
Chandler Hayden, 10 
Charles. 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,24,92, 
93,1 I I, 113.114. 121, 122,124, 
125 



Charles A shae 1 , 217, 231 , 266, 

267 

Charles Ephraim,277, 281,282, 

290, 291 

Charles Hopkins, 10, 106, 107, 

108. 127, 136, 137,215,216,217, 

219, 220, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 
227, 228 

Charles Lee, 235 
Charles Lester, 267 
Charles Lewis, 215 
Charles Ray, 226, 261 
Charles Sherman, 281,290 
Charlotte Ann, 173 
Cheryl Leoma, 266 
Christi Marilla, 231 
Clair Comish, 141,172 
Clara Jordan, 10 
Clarence Abner, 290 
Clarence Lowe, 131, 141, 172 
Clarinda Ann, 277, 283, 291, 292 
Clarinda Knapp, 106,215,219, 

220, 244 

^ Clarinda Me r i a m Henson, 349 , 

350. 355. 356, 357 
Clarissa, 8 

Clark Elijah, 247 

Clyde Lowell, 313,316 

Colleen, 156, 192 

Connie, 317 

Connie S. , 147 

Cora, 247 

Coral, 279, 286, 296 

Craig S. , 172 

Cyril Stanford, 147, 179 

Cyrus, 8 

Dale VanDam, 185 

Dale William, 316 

Daniel, 5,6 

Daniel C. , 6 

Daniel Mortimer, 9 

David, 8 

David Grant, 224, 258, 259 

David Kay, 247 

David Kimball, 277, 280 



David Walter. 283, 280 

Dean Henry, 151 

Dean S. , 179 

Deborah, 6,8, 106, 215, 222, 250, 

251 

Deborah (---), 8 

Delia Lillian, 235 

Delia, 218 

Dennis Kay, 354, 363 

Donald LeRoy, 224 

Donna Christine, 267 

Donna Marie, 154, 190 

Donna Sue, 238 

Donetta, 231 

Doris Dean, 227,265 

Doris Kay, 180 

Dorothy, 150, 179, 184 

Dorothy Elizabeth, 147, 364 

Dorothy Ethel, 224, 258 

Dwight, 245 

Earl Clyde, 316 

Earl Robert, ! 39 

Edna, 300,304,309 

Edrie Ellen, 152, 189 

Edris, 155, 191 

Edwin .Gray, 9 

Effie, 7 

Effie Lowe, 131, 139, 17° 
Elda, 152 
Eldred Phelp% 218 
Eleanor, 225 
Eleanor Pearl, 244 
Eleazer, 6,8 

Elijah, 4, 7. 9,10.21,90.92,93. 
' 94,95.96,101,103,104,108,109, 

no. III. 112, 113. 119. '29. 130. 

131.132. 133,215.220.221.244, 

246,247,248,249 

Elijah C. , 290 

Elijah Cecil, 220, 244 

Elijah Charles Henson, 349, 35' • 

357. 358 

Elijah Dell Knapp, 351 

Elijah Lorenzo Mortimer. 9 

Elijah William. 277. 278. 285,286 



567 

Eliza Ann, 112,129,130,1.^4, 

'35. '36. 137 

Eliza Lowe, 131 , 143, 175 

Eliza Roxie (Ida), 311. 313, 318 

Eliza Roxy, 216, 228, 265, 266 

Elizabeth, 7,86. 239 

Elizabeth Jane, 224 

Ellen Elaine. 227, 265 

Ellen Lowe, 131 , 143, 173. 174 

Ellen Mae, 31 3, 317 

Elma, 231. 266 

Elmo, 182 

Elmo Smith, 133 

Eloise. 281, 290,291 

Elsie Percinda, 277.282 

Elva, 313,316,321 

Elva Lowe, 131, 141, 171, 172 

Emily, 8 /' 

Emma Dorothy, 229 

Emma Lucinda 28c, 

Enoch, 7 

Erma, 316,321 

Erma Elgena, 1 33. 153- '34. '9° 

Esther Verona Henson, 349, 353, 

362 

Ethel Ellen. 277 

Ethel Lowe, 131, 140, 170. 171 

Eugene Robinson, 227 

Eunice, 150, 187 

Eva Lorrain Van Sycle, 147, 181, 

364 

Ezra, 6 

Farrell George. 155, 191 

Faye C. , 128 

Fay Stanford, 147. 180 

Fernando Lowe. 131. 144. 177- '7^ 

Ferrin Leon, 144, 178 

Florence Fannie, 229 

Florence Susanna, 131, 148, 183 

Frances Luana. 282, 291 

Francis Andrew, 131, 146, 147, 

179. 180 

Francis Eugene, 180 
Frank Herbert, 9 
Frank Walter, o* 



368 
Fred Bodily, 150 
Fred Comish, 1 39 
Fred Nelson, 9 
Frederick Mortimer, 9 
Frihoff Grant, 247 
Frihoff Nielsen, 220, 246 
Gail Kofoed, 152, 188 
Gale, 286 
Garry, 181 
Gary Byrum, 236 
Gary Greene, 289 
Gary Kenneth, 260 
Gary R. , 259 
Gary Steven, 173 
George Elwood, 224 
George Q., 133,154, 155, 191 
George E^ndall, 183 
George Wilden, 231 
Gerald H. , 179 
Gerald Lee, 249 
Gerald Mecham, 220,248 
Gilbert H. , 155 

Gladys Mavel, 225, 260, 274, 275 
Glen Stanford, 147, 180 
Glenice, 179 
Golden, 313,317 
Gorden Vern, 176 
Gordon, 7 

Gove Liahona, 218,236 
Grace, 347 

Grant Anderson, 1 33, 1 56, 1 57, 1 92 
Grover Elijah, 133, 155, 191, 192 
Hannah, 5, 6, 7, 10 
Mrs. Hannah(Perry), 9 
Harold Lee, 229, 265 
Harold Theodore, 265 
Harriet. 8 
Harris Grover, 155 
Harry Mortimer, 9 
Hattie Maria, 9 
Hazel Naomi, 216, 226, 264 
Hazen Poulsen, 133, 152 
Helen, 283, 291 
Helen Laraine, 149, 184 
Helen Minerva, 281,290 



Helen Vera, 154, 190 

Henry, 7 

Henry Clay, 9 

Henry Heber. 125, 129, 132, 133, 

150, 151, 152, 153, 184, 185, 186, 

187 

Horace Bodily, 150,364 

Hyrum Loren, 218, 234 

Ira, 7,8, 108 

Ira Joseph Leroy , 215, 225, 260, 

261 

Irene, 150, 186 

Iris, 148, 152,155, 191 

Isaac Walter, 277, 282, 283 

Ivan Sylvester, 131, 132, 149, 150 

Jabez, 71 

Jacqueline, 149, 184 

James, 8, 10,92,93,97,98, loi, 

103. 104, 114, 116. 117,298.299, 

300, 304 

James Andrew, 148 

James Carson, 125, 129, 130, 131, 

138,139.140.141.142.143,144, 

145, 146, 167, 168, 176 

Jamres David, 215, 224, 258. 259 

James Duane Robert. 258 

James E. . 125 

James Ether, 277, 283, 291 

James Malen, 224, 258 

James Pierre, 300 

James Ron, 155 

James Sidney, 351,358 

James Sidney Henson, 349, 35 1 , 

358. 359 

James Vincent, 315,321 

Janice, 141, 172 

Janice M. , 180 

Jay Ellis, 354 

Jean, 220, 249 

Jeanette, 238 

Jess Deverl, 313, 315 

Jesse Stewart, 138, 168 

Jethro, 6,7, 

Jewell Stewart, 138, 167 

Jimmie Edward, 180 



Jimmie Sue, 290 

Joan 238 

John, 5,6,7,8, 10. 18 J 

John Lawrence, 24/ 

John Quincy Adams, 9 

John R. , 218, 235 

John Seymour, 215, 217, 218, 231, 

233.234,235,236.237,238 

John Smith, 143, 173 

John William, 235 

Jolene, 142, 172 

Jon Kenneth, 231 

Joseph, 6, 8, 215 

Joseph Arden, 225 

Joseph Bodily, 150 

Joseph Charles, 239 

Joseph Elijah, 133, 150,364 

Joseph Lee, 2 1 6, 230 

Joseph Merle, 133, 154, 190 

Joseph Robinson, 227 

Joseph Seymour, 218,238 

Joseph Smith, 125. 129, 133, 134, 

154. 155. 156. 157 

Joseph Stoddard, 155, 191 

Josephine Poulsen, 133, 152, 188 

Josiah. 6. 8, 

Josiah H, , 6 

Joye Eleanore, 352 

Juanita Mae, 182 

Jude,4,5,6,7.8.9, 10,31 

Judith Lee. 265 

Judy. 142,239 

Julia, n , 93, I o I , 215, 223, 254, 

255. 256, 257 

Julia (— ),8,93, 

Julia Constanca, 277, 284, 292, 

293. 294, 295 

Julia Mary Henson, 349, 353 

Julia May, 311,313.318 

Junior Leroy, 225, 261 

Junius Layton, 149, 184 

Karen Joan, 246 

Karen Joy, 173 

Karen Raey, 317 

Katherine, 267 



369 
Kaihy, 289 
Kay, 181 
Kay Levore, 285 
Kaylene, 150 
Keith Van Dam, 185 
Kenith Gail, 224 
Kemieth George 245 
Kenneth Wayne, 26 r 
Kermit Monson, 281 
Kezia, 8 
Lael, 351 

Lane Stratford, 180 
LaRetta, 278, 285, 295. 321 
Larraine. 359 
Larry, 184 
Larry F. 259 
Larry Glen, 180 
LaRue, 152 

Lavera Lowe, 131, 145. 178 
Lawrence Elijah, 216 
Leah, 7 
Lee Saul, 281 
Lela Bodily, 150,364 
Lenna Lowe, 131, 139, l68, 169 
Leo Lowe, 131, 144, 176. 177 
Leonard Preece. 131,147. 181, 364 
Leora, 155, 192 
Leslie Elizabeth, 191 
Leslie Lowe, 131 
Levi, 92, 96,97, loi. 103, 105, 
112, 114, 123, 124, 125 
Levi Andrew Henson, 349, 350 
Levi H. , 127 
LeviKnapp., li, 120, I2l. 122, 

349.350.351.352.353.354 

Levi Sidney, 298 

Levi Solomon vVhittle, 277. 281 , 

289 

Liane. 180 

Lillian Stevens, 9 

LillieMae(-— ), 25S 

Lillie Poulsen, 133, 151. 187, 188 

Linda, 179 

Linda Elaine, 191 

Linda laverne, 247 



370 

Loa, 237 

Lois. 148, 181 

Lois Ann, 238 

Lois Marie, 351,358 

Loren Pace, 236 

Lorenzo Calkins, 148 

Lorenzo Preece, 1 31, 148, 181, 

182,183 

Lou Jean, 286 

Louis Calkins, 148, 181 

Louis Lowe, 131,142,173 

Louis Smith, 143, 173 

Louise, 150, 187 

Lowell J. , 147 

Lowell Raymond, 146 

Luana Iris, 290 

Lucile, 133, 156 

Lucille B. , 150,364 

Lucy Fisk, 10 

Lucy Lenore, 247 

Ludene, 182 

Lydia, 6,8,10,92,93,95,101, 

103, 121, 124,298,299 

Lydia Clarinda, 311,314 

Lydia SophroniaHenson,349,352, 

359. 360, 361 

Lynn, 146,364 

Mabel, 216, 230 

Madge Elaine, 149, .184 

Margaret, 225 

Margaret Yvonne, 143, 173 

Margery, 224, 258 

Maria, 9 

Maria Thompson, 10 

Marie, 249 

Marion Calkins, 148, 181 

Marion Elijah, 131, 149, 184 

Marion Merrill, 149 

Marjorie Mabel, 229,266 

Marjory Lou, 227 

Mark Preece, 131, 149, 184 

Marlene, 316 

Martha, 5,6,9 

Martha (---), 8 

Martha Christina ^^ ) (Johan- 



sen), 103 

Martha Helen, 144, 176 

Marvin Charles, 235 

Mary, 5,8,9, 218,237 

Mary (---), 8 

Mary Abigail, 298, 300, 304, 305 

Mary Arminta, 311,313 

Mary Ellen, 315 

Mary Helen, 143, 173 

Mary Ina, 133, 157 

Mary JaNeanne, 236 

Mary Janeen, 358 

Maude Preece, 131 

Maxine, 144, 177 

Maybell Lowe, 131, 143, 175, 176 

Mehitable, 9, lo 

Melody, 266 

Merle Maeser, 216, 229, 230, 266 

Mildred, 148 

Mildred Jean, 239 

Millie Curtis, 280,281 

Minerva Olive, 277, 279, 286, 287, 

288, 289 

Myma, 150,316 

Myrna June, 139 

Myrtle, 133 
Nada Louise, 261 
Nadean, 155 
Nancy,6, 7, 8 
Nathan, 8,9 
Nelda, 279, 286 

Nira Marie, 316 

Nona Faye, 249 

Nora Belle, 224, 259 

Nora Louise, 279, 286 

Norene Joyce, 259 

Norma Stewart, 138, 168 

Norman, 185 

Olive Henson, 349, 354 

Olive Pearl, 311 

Opal, 150, 185 

Oris Fonz, 231 

Orlando Lowe, 1 31, 145. 3^4 

Orlando Smith, 143, 173 

Orris Busby, 216 



Orris J^e, 144,' 178 

Owen Woodruff, 274 

Patricia, 1 6-7 ^ 

Patricia Enid, 168 

Patricia Gwen, 182 

Patricia Jo, 247 

Patricia Laureen, 317 

Patricia Lou, 173 

Paul Heber, 150, 187 

Paul Stewart, 138 

Pearl, 220, 244 

Peggy Lorraine, 146, 364 

Perilla Kay, 259 

Phebe Mavil, 133, 154, 190, 191 

Philip Legrande, 278, 285 

Polly, 6.7 

Preston Hopkins, 216,227,265 

Preston Ricks, 151 

Priscilla, 215, 220, 221 , 247, 249 

Rachel Lowe, 131, 145, 178 

Ralph Dean, 155 

Randall Lloyd, 148, 182 

Ranae, 142 

K,iy Arvid, 313, 316 

Ray Hov/ell, 179 

Raymond L. 127 

Raymond Lowe, 131,142,172 

Rhea Lucy, 152, 189 

Rebecca Hannah, 215,222,223, 

251,252,253. 

Reed Jed, 289 

Reed Monson, 281,289 

Reta Bright, 354. 363 

Reuben, 5 

Rhea Beth, 351,358 

Richard, 146 

Richard Dwayne, 224 

Richard Leroy, 261 

Richard Michael. 216,231 

Richard Ray, 265 

Richard Smith, 143, 173 

Robert Daniel, 235 

Robert Fredric, 224, 259 

Robert Lee, 144, i77 

Robert Lowe, 130, 138 



37' 

Roberta Allen, 220. 248 

Robin Kay, 290 

Robin Wayne, 266 

Roland Gordon, 185 

Roland Ricks, 150, 185 

Rosamia, 277, 278 

Rosilla, 225.260.275,276 

Rozetta, 237 

Rulon Stanford, 147 

Russell Hoopes, 2:8,237 

Ruth, 7, 155, 225, 260 

Sally, 7 

Samuel, 4,6,7,9, 10, 16,39 

Sandra, 238 

Sandra Gale, 266 

Sandra Jeanne. 274 

Sandra Joe, 180 

Saphroni'a , 10, 92, 93,96, 10 1, 

104. 113, 193,194.323 

Sarah. 6,7,8, 18,45 

Sarah Emeline, 298,299, 302, 303, 

304 

Sarah Lowe, 131, 140, 170 

Seleta Poulsen, 133, 152. 153, 

189, 190 

Seth Skid more, 350 

Sharon Gay. 227 

Sharon Jean, 180 

Sharon Joan, 173 

Sharon Renae, 187 

Sheila Ann, 227 

Sherry Lynn, 260 

Shirley Fay, 179 

Sidney, 92, 93. 97, loi, 103, 114 

Sidney Almond, 277 

Sidney David, i 0. 117, 118. 31 1, 

312. 313.317 

Sidney Jaincs, 311 

Sidney Levi, 216,225,261 

Sidney Reed, 358 

Susan, 7, 8, 11,92. loi. '03. 119- 

120,121,323,324,325.326.327 

Susan Larene Henson. 349, 352, 

361,362 

Susan Margaret, 1.91 



372 
Susanna, 5,6, 8, 149 
Susannah, 6 
Susannah P., 128 
Susie Mary, 147, 179 
Suzanne, 247 
S.W. , 125 

Taft Lavere, 220, 246 
Teddy Deverl, 315 
Temperance Clarinda, 298, 300, 
301,305, 306 
Tenna Joan, 229, 266 
Terry Richard, 260 
Terry S. , 244 
Theodore Knapp, 215 
Theodore Stanford, 147, 180 
Theodore William, 279, 286 
Theophilus Hall, 9 
Thora, 220, 245 
Vangie Mae, 237 
Varr E. . 289 
Vee Nard, 289 
Vella Maxine, 316 
Vera Elayne, 315, 320, 321 
Verda May, 300,304 
Verlin, 286 

Veme Stanford. 147, 180 
Vernon, 313,315.316, 321 
Vern Price, 144, 176 
Vilate, 148, 220, 1 82, 245 
Vincent Agrippa, 313,315, 320, 
321 
Vinson Agrippa, 311, 312, 313, 

3i5.3i6,3>7. 

Virginia Jane, 246 

Virginia Louise, 230 

Virginia T. , 279.285,296 

Vivian Monson. 281 , 289. 297 

Wanda Bodily, 150.364 

Wanda Ethel, 315 

Warner, 114 

Warner Harold, 216, 229, 265,266 

Warner Heller, 231 

Warner H o o p e s , 215, 216, 2r 

229, 230,231 

Wavie H. . 128 



Wayne Holt, 229, 266 

Wayne Ita, 285 

Wendell Benson, 351,359 

Wilford Elijah, 249 

Willard Helman, 133 

Willard Lowe, 131, 146 

Willard Raymond, 146 

William, 9, 112, 129, 132 

William Bennett, 278 

William H. , 9 

William -Jones, 216,227 

William Theodore, 279, 286 

Wilma Joyce, 227 

Winnie May, 216, 226, 263. 264 

Zeeta Margaret, 280,281 
ALLERTON, Isaac, 49 
ALLING, Charles, 4,5 
ALLRED, Catherine Jean, 161 

Connie LaRae, 161 

Diana, 248 

George Leslie, 248 

George Riley, 302 

Hannah Elmine, 226 

Jennie Ursula, 302, 308 

John Allen, 248 

Joseph Newberry, 248 

Joseph Newel, 248 

Joseph Nielson, 248 

Marlin Porter, 248 

Melvin Burk, r6i 

Robert Graham, 248 
ALLSOP, Alice, 148 
ALLYN, Robert, 12 
AMES, Mary, 37 
AMYX, Arthur Dean, 262 

Helen Marie, 262 
ANDERSON. Barbara, 156, 192 

Charlotta, 178 

Dorothy Virginia, 204,214 

Ellen, 212 

Elmo James, 226/^63 

Erma, 226, 263 

Eva Marie, 266 ^ ,. 

George, 133 

Hans, 204 



F!il(l^Gwendola, 320' 

Homer, 320 

lona, 226, 26'J 

Jack W. , L14 

James Ira, 226, 263, 264 

James M. . 1 56 

James T. , 226 

James Willden, 263 

John Jared, 263 

Phebe, 133,134, 154,155,156. 

157 

Richard William, 214 

Robert Allen, 263 
Susan, 156 
Vida, 272 
Viola, 211 
Winona, 345 
ANDREA SON, Ardys Ann, 205 
Gwen, 205 
Lynn, 205 

Maynard Leroy, 205 
Roy, 205 
Tamara, 205 
Zoe Lou, 205 
ANDREWS, Alice, 212 
ANDRUS, Calvin Nielson, 251 
Elizabeth, 52 
Joseph Boyce, 251 
Joseph Milo, 251 
Joseph Wesley, 251 
La Von, 251 
Mary B. , 315 
ANGELSEY, Martha, 8 - 
ANSELL, Mary, 29 
APPLETON. Jane, 43 
ARNOLD, Elizabeth, 61 

June, i6g 
ARRINGTON, Glenn Steven, 362 
Howard Glenn, 362 
Mary Lynne, 362 
R, Glenn, 362 
Susan JaneU, 362 
ARTHUR, Mr., 71 
ASH, Thomas, 14 
ASHENFILTER, Maude Lois, 181 



373 
ASHLEY, Miss, 60 

Samuel, 69 
ASTON, Clarence, 145. 178 

Clarence Jay, 145 

Donjia Ruth, 145 

Doris Nadine, 145 

Euvada Mae, 145 

James Allen, 145, 178 

John, 145 

Joyce Ann, 145 

Scott Jay, 179 

Willard Allen, 145, 178 
ATKEIR, Ruth. 168 

ATKINSON. Darlene Kathleen, 

157, 192 

Deanna Marie. 157 

Edna B. , 134, 15S 

Eleanor B. 134, 157 

Floyd M. , 134, 157, 192 

Henry. 288 

Hilma Eliza, 134, 158 

James, 125 

James VVilliam, 134, 157, 158 

Jeanette Ann, 158 

Juantele, 164 

Keith Leroy, 158 

Laverna, 134. 157 

Leda May. 288 

Mr. , 1 65 

Myron Barnes. 134. 158 

Ronald Peter, 157 

Sandra Eleanor, 157 
ATWOOD, Stephen. 53 
AUSTIN, Anthony, 24 
AVERY, Benjamin, 12 

Christopher, 11,12 

Deborah, 12 

Ebenezer, 12 

Edward, 12 

Elihu, 12 

Hannah, 4, 11, 12. 20, 21 

James, 4, il, 12, 19,21,37 

Joanna, il 

Johann ( — ), n 

John, II, 12 



374 

Jonathan. 1 1 , 1 2 

Joseph, 12 

Margaret, 1 2 

Mary, ii, I2 

Mercy, 1 2 

Prudence, I2 

Rebecca, il 

Samuel, ii 

Sarah, 12 

Thomas, ii 

Tibitha, I2 
AYER, Jerusha, j-j 

Thomas, 15 

B 

BABCOCK, Charles M. . 72 

Edith, 340 

William Henry, 340 
BACON, Nathaniel, 73 
BACUS, Raymond LeRoy, 217 

Roland Leo, 2 16 
BAGLEY, Christina, 10, III, 129 

Emogene, 319 
BAILLIOU, Abigail. 53 

Anne(— ), 53 

Thomas, 53 
BAILY, Ida, 178 
BAIR, Alan John, 289 

Alyce Amelia, 352 

Belinda, 107 

Billy Earl, 360 

Bishop, I 24 

Curtis Elden, 361 

Delbert Hale, 360 

Dwayne, 360 

Dwight, 360 

Eldred Earl, 352, 360 

Gordon Rex, 352, 361 

H. Lester, 125, 127 

Hyrum, 125, 352 

John Francis, 289 

John Randolph, 289 

Judy Deon, 360 

LaVar Joseph, 289 



jSfy 



Leon Allen, 352, 359 

Lyle Earl, 360 

Mardean, 360 

Margo, 289 

Milton Earl, 352,359,360,361 

Milton Leon, 359 

Nadene Lydia, 352 

Nelda , 352, 361 

Nola Jean, 359 

Reed Laman, 360 

Trent J., 359 

Valene, 352, 360 

Verl Allen, 352, 360 
BAKER, Alfred H. 276 

Beverly Ann, 261 

Carl Conrad, 260 

Christian, 83 

Matilda, 157 

Melinda, 276 

Mercy, 47 

Otis, 15 

Ronald Carl, 261 

Samuel, 47, 48 

Sharon Kay, 261 

William, 276 
BALDWIN, Catherine, 69 

Sarah, 34 
BALE, Benjamin, 29 
BALL, Mr. , 19 

Nathan, 7 
BALLI, Rosella, 220 
BALLOU, David Smith, 216 

Laura Belle, 217 
BALLS, Margaret, 57 
BANE, Myrtle, 1 90 
BANFIELD, George, 31 
BANGS, Mercy, 75 

Mr., 48 

Rebecca, 73 

Solomon, 49 
BANKHEAD, Nancy, 139, 140 
BAREFOOT, Capt. Walter, 33 
BARFUSS, Miss, 335 

Rosa, 186 
BARKER, Isaac," 79 



BARLOW, George, 29 
BARNARP, Benjamin, 45 
BARNES, Afton, 135, 160 

Alice, 137 

Anna Eliza, 135, 159 

Annie Eliza, 129,134,157,158 

Arthur Lee, 137, 166 

Ascel M. , 137, 165 

Blanche, 135, 160, 192 

Bonnie Lou, 135 

Buddy Lynn, 160 

Charlene, 166 

Clara ( — ), 134 

Cora Dell, 1 30, 1 36, 1 37, 164, 

165 

Delia, 135, 161 

Earl, 135 

Edris (---), 134 

Eleanor, 130 

Elmer J., 130,137,165,166 

Ephraim, 130, 135, 136, 160, 161, 

162 

Ephraim Theodore, 135, 162 

Evelyn, 137, 166 

Fem, 135 

Fern Osie, 137, 166 

Gwen, 135, i6o 

Harriet Eii2abeth{Libby), 130,136 

163, 164 

Henry, 130, 135, 1 58, 159,160 

Inez Larae, 135, 161 

Irma LaRue, 135, 161 

Iva Jean, 135 

Jacqueline, 166 

Janet, 137 

John, 129 

Joseph Andrew, 130, 134 

Joseph Edwin, 137, 165 

Keith G. , 137 

Linda Jo, 165 

Lucile, 135, 159 

Manasseh,i25,i29, 130, 134. 135, 

136,137 

Manassah Elijah, 129, 130 

Marilyn, 165 



375 

Mary Ellen. 130, 1 36, 137.162,163 

Melvin Jay, 135, 159 

Michael Dean, 162 

Mildred Catherine, 135. 161 

Milton L. . 130. 137, 166 

Peggy Lynn, 165 

Richard Theodore. 162 

Saundra Lee, 166 

Sarah Jane, 13c, 137. 166, 167 

Sharon Rae, 162 

Susan Alice, 159 

Terry Boyd, 160 

Terry David, 165 

Thomas Boyd. 135, 160 

Virginia Lee, 165 

Willie Jackie, 137, 165 

Winnie May. 135, 158 

Yarda Coleen, 137, 166 

Yvonne, 137 

Zelda, 135, 161 
BARNEY, Flavia. 302.308 

Gale J.. 189 

Gloria Virginia, 190 

Kathy, 190 

Leroy, 189 
BARRETT, Elizabeth, 152 

Joseph, 60 

Joyce Marie, 214 

Mehitable, 60 

Mrs. . 66 
BARROW. Robert. 54 
BASS, Thomas, j-j 
BASSETT, Adelia Duboise, 184 
BATCHELDER, Mary. 6 

Sarah M. . 6 
BATES. Elizabeth, 85 

Margaret, 61,85 

Miss, 59 

Samuel, 59 
BATSON, John. 40 
BAXTER , Lucille, 297 
BEAL. William, 8 
BEAM, Edward William. 198 

Louisa Ellen. 198,210.211 
BEAN, Arthur Rupert, 290 



376 

Frances Ramona, 290 

John, 30 
BEARD, Josel>h, 40,41 
BEARSE, Ebenezer, jr., 48 

Prince, 48 

Sarah, 60 
BEATTIE, Marian Lynn, 176 
BEAUMONT, Elizabeth, 43 

Richard. 43 
BECKLEY, Deborah. 86 
BECK ST RAND, Delia Louisa, 269 
BEDELL, Esther, 69 
BEDSAUL, Pearl Maggie. 200 
BEECHER. Edward Earl. 292 

?John, 78 

Josie Edna Mae, 292 

O. Paul, 292 

Robert Eugene, 292 

Ross Chester, 292 

Waller Paul, 292 
BELCHER, Abigail, 88 
BELL, Asael Enos, 204, 214 

Beula, 204, 214 

Christian, 37 

Elizabeth. 47, 53 

James Hyrum, 204 

John. 47 

Letitia, 53 

Max S. , 204 

Naonmi, 53 

Thelma. 318 
BEMAS, James, 4, 12, 18, 19 

Mary, 4, 12, 13, 19 

Rebecca. 12 
BENCH. Clara. 306 
BENGRY, Carol Merry, 340 

Dean. 340 

Oswald George. 340 
BEN MORE, Mr. , 45 
BENNETT, Ada Alzada. 193,198, 
210 

Allan Verio, 197,208 

Beatrice, 197,208 

Dahl Lane. 208 

Darlene, 203 



Darrell Francis, 197,208 

Delbert Carson, 196 

Dennis Eugene. 208 

Dennis Isaiah, 198,208 

Edith Ann, 278. 284, 285, 364 

Elmer Carson, 197 

Emma Susan, 193, ic^, 206. 207 

Evelyn, 208 

Francis Lu, 208 

Freddie Joe, 208 

Gayle, 203 

Glenda, 203 

Isaiah Carson, 193, 196, 203 

Isaiah Lacy, 193. 195, 196, 197 

198. 

Jane. 208 

Lamoine W. , 208 

Les Julon, 203 

Leon T, , 208 

Lila La Dene, 207 

Linda Lee, 208 

Lloyd Orlen, 207, 214 

Lloyd Thomas, 197, 207, 214 

Mary Rozetta, 193 

Maynard Allan. 208 

Nancy Jane. 193,195.202,203 

Orin Isaiah, 196,203 

Orlo, 203 

Patricia Lyn, 203 

Phoebe Eliza, 193, 198, 208, 209 

Roe Fowler, 198, 208 

Roger H. , 203 

Rose Gay, 208 

Sherrill, 203 

Sophronia Ann, 1 93, 1 96, 203, 

204, 205, 206 

Thomas B., 193 

Thomas Richard, 193, 1 97, 207, 

208 

William, 278 

Verio Thomas, 196,203 

Zeffie Fern, 193, 198, 21 
BENNING, Mary. 44 

Ralph, 44 
BENSON, Dennis Keith, 203 



Ethel May, 203, 213 

Eleanora. 351,358,359 

Eva, 203, 213 

Ezra T. , 119 

Ezra Taft, 287 

Frank Andrus, 351 

George Edward, 203,213 

Harry Lorenzo, 202,213,214 

Herbert Lawrence, 203,213 

Lorel Harry, 203 

Mable, 306 

Melvin C. , 203, 214 

Myra, 203 

Myrth, 203, 214 

Raymoad Clair, 203 

Verla, 203,214 
BERGESTROM. A. Lyle. 181,364 

Barbara June, 181 

Donald Archie, 181 

Eleanor Jane, 181 

Lew Wallace, 181,364 

Romey, 181 
BERGQUIST, Keith E. , 214 

Linda Kaye, 214 
BERLIPS, Minnie Lena, 185 
BERRICKMAN, Edward E., 161 
BERRY, Alice (—), 46,47 

Althea, 166 

Azubah, 49 

Benjamin, 49 

Desire, 47 

Ebenezer, 48 

Elizabeth, 4, 13,30,47,48. 

Elkanah, 47 

Enoch, 47 

Ephraim, 47 

Experience, 48,49 

Hannah, 5, 47, 49 

Hannah (--), 49 

Isaac, 48 

Jabez, 47 

James, 13,48 

Jane (---). 13,30.48 

Jenne,48 

John,5. 13, 30,31,46,47.48 



377 
Jonathan, 49 
Joseph, [3,47 

Judah.46,4B,62.64 
Judith (-—), 24 

Lemuel. 48 

Lydia, 48 

Marcy, 48 

Margaret, 48 

Martha, 48 

Ma7, 13,48.49 

Mehitable, 48 

Mercy, 48,49 

Nathaniel, 33,47 

Nehemiah, 31 

Patience, 47 

Peninah. 48 

Priscilla, 49 

Rachel, 13 

Rachel ( — ), 13 

Rebecca, 48 

Reliance, 48 

Richard, 36, 46,47 

Ruth, 46,49,64 

Sabina Locke, 30 

Samuel, 47 

Sarah, 48,49 

Scota, 48 

Susanna, 47 

Susanna (---), 5, 13, 30. 46, 47 

Thankful, 47, 48 

Theophilus, 49 

William, 13,24,30 
BEUTLER, Betty Lou, 305, 310 

Gotlieb, 305 

Joyce. 305, 310 

Mary (---), 305 

Shirlee Mavis, 305,310 

William, 305,310 

William Wendell, 305 
BICKPORD, John, 6,25 

Thomas, 6 
BICKMORE, Christine, III 

Eliza Ann, 10, 1 1 1 . 1 1 2. 1 26. 1 27, 

129. 130. 131. 132. 133 

Fidelia, iil 



378 

Gilbert, loi, ill 

Orlando, ill 

William, I o, Hi, 129 
BIDDLECOME, Joseph, 1 1 

Margaret Ann (Cooper), 31 1 
BIGELOW, David, 52 

Elizabeth, 50 

John, 50 

Randle, 50 
BIGGS, Andrew Jay, 287 

Andrew John, 279, 287, 296 

Barbara, 287 

Bennie Joe, 287 

Beverly, 287, 296 

Bruce Wayne, 288 

Charles Allen, 279, 287 

Colleen, 287 

Deanna Lowe, 288 

Delia Ophelia, 279,. 286, 287, 296 

Delores, 288 

Dixie Ruth, 287 

Ether Allen, 279,288 

Eugene Sidney, 287 

Ilene Frances, 288 

John, 125, 127, 279 

John Claire, 287 

Joseph Sidney, 279, 287 

Joseph Smith, 279^286, 287, 288, 

289 

Julie, 288 

Larry, 288 

Larry Condie, 287 

Michael, 287 

Neal Lowe, 288 

Olive Allen, 279, 289 

Olive Peggy, 287 

Osie Allen, 279, 286, 296 

Rebecca Allen, 279, 288 

Rex Allen, 27Q, 288 
V Ruth Minerva, 279, 287, 297 

Steven Henry, 288 

Susan, 287 

Wendell G. ,287 ^ 

Wesley Allen, 279,288 

Willis Allen, 279, 288 



Willis Lee, 288 
BIGLER, Lillian Belle, 290 
BILBY, Blanche Allied. 266 
BILL, Elizabeth, 12 
BILLMAN, Linnie Orsella, 199 

Martha Jane, 200 

Sidney, 1 99, 200 
BINDRUP, Francis Bruce, 306 

Joseph Hal, 306 

Junius, 306 
BINGHAM, Mary Elizabeth, 217, 222 
BIRD, Betty Lou, 173 
BIRDSLEY, James, 66 
BIRGE, Jacob, 65 

Mercy, 49 
BISCHOFF, Robert Kenneth, 359 

Rosemary, 359 
BISHOP, Earl, 334 

Ellen Elizabeth, 335 

Elnor, 334, 346 
BLACK, George L. 157 

Glen, 212 

Mae, 212 

Rosanna, 10, 1 14, 1 16, 277 

Tamer Jane, 225 V 

BLACKBURN, Elias, 98 
BLACKMAN, Hannah, 68 
BLAGDON, Samuel, 26 
BLAIR, Ethel, 183 
Hazel, 183 
Michael Joe, 176 
Patsy Carolyn, 176 
Roy Samuel, 175 
Theda May, 176 
BLAKE, Dorothy, 31 
Moses, 37 
Ruth, 37 
BLAKESLEE, Samuel, 78 
BLAND, Mr., 84 
BLATCHFORD, Joanna, 85 

Mary, 85 

Peter, 85,89 
BLEACHFORD, MiSS, 86 
BLEA2ARD, Emma, 334,346 

Kal. 334 , 



BLEVINS, Doris Alice. l8o 

Harry Emile, i8o 
BLISS, Rebecca, 29 
BLODSETT, Adie Marie, 9 
BLOOD, Lillian, 210 
BLOSSOM, Thomas. 80 
BLOUNT FAMILY, 1 3 

Anne, 31 

Thomas, 31 
BLOXHAM. Bessie Clare, 293 
BODILY, Carolyn, 174 

Carson Allen, 143, 174 

Eldred, 291 

Elena, 174 

Frank Edwin, 143, 173, 174 

Frank Reynold, 143, 173 

Grant James, 291 

Jerene, 174 

Laurene, 174 

Leo Edwin, 174 

Lou Ann, 174 

Merlyn Ross, 174 

Morris Allen, 143, 174 

Nellie Allen, 143, 174 

Ross Allen, 143, 174 

Sandra, 174 

Sarah C. Bodily, 150,364 

Sharidan, 173 

Sheryl Lamar, 174 

William, 143 

William Edward, 150 
BOESL, Anna Marie, 262 
BOLDE, Mr. , 88 
BOLYARD, Clifford C. . 161 

Dennis Clifford, 161 

Fern LaRae, 161 

Joann, 161 
BOND, Eliza, 268 

Perilla Arm, 259 

Willie, 137 
BONHAM, Nicholas, 58 
BONNER, Cumi Talitha, 174 
BORIN, Mr. , 99, 100 
BOSWORTH, Dorcas, 4, 13, 15 

Hanniel, 13 



379 

Susanna, 13 

'*' BOTT, Henry R. . 354 

John Henry, 355 ' 

BOWCUTT, Bertha, 141 

Blanch Eliza, 274 
BOW EN. Dee P.. 214 

Ordclia, 72 
BOWERS. John, 54 
BOWLES, Clara, 208. 214 

Isaac, 208 

Samuel Clifford, 209 

Thelda, 209 
BOYCE, Lizzie Adell. 229 
BRACKETT. Miss, 7 
BRADBURY, Elizabeth, 278 
BRADFORD, Charles, 309 

Charles Larry, 309 

Harold Dean, 309 

Harold S. , 309 

Isabel ( — -), 309 

Jeaneine Olsen, 309 
BRADY, Bessie Alice, 317 

Charles J,, 317 
BRAINERD, Daniel. 85 
BRATTON, Mary Florence, 148 
BREEZE. Gordon Martin. 305 
BREGLIO, Vincent Joseph, 285 
BREGLIO (Briglo), Vincent Stanley, 
285 

BRENDISH, Bertha, 68 
BREWER, Flora Belle, 256 

Harriett Louisa, 250 

John Hyrum, 256 
BREWSTER. Bethia, 77 

Daniel, (Capt. ), 11 

Edward, 49 
'Elder, 53 

Fear, 49 

Jonathan, 49,77 

Love, 49 

Mary (---), 49.79 

Patience, 49. 73- 79 

Prudence (---), 49 

William, 49.79 

Wrestling, 49 



38o 

BRICK, Arnold, 5 

BRIDGET, Mr. , 97 

BRIGHT, Annie Elizabeth, 206 

Chester Lomoni, 354 

Emma, 283 

Flossie, 158 

Mary Florence, 285 

Zola, 354,363 
BRIMHALL, George H. , 252 

Muriel, 252 
BRINGHURST, Donald, 212 
BRISCOVICH, Mary, 164 
BRISTOW, Daisy, 316 
BROADBENT, Kature Agnes. 211 
BROOKS, Henry, 78 

Lewis, 275 

Ralph Lewis, 275 

Thomas, 85 
BROWER, Albert Carl, 301 

Arthur Wayne, 301,307,310 

Bruce Orville, 201 ,212 

Carol, 302 

Carol Lee, 307 

Charles Gales, 299 

Edna Ruth, 201,21 2 

George Wayne, 299, 302, 308 

Helen Marie, 301, 307 

James Arthur, 298,301,307 

James Eldred, 201, ai 2 

James Lawrence, 307 

Jesse Earl, 307 

John Taylor, 281 

Jonnie vVayne, 307 

Joshua, 298,301,302 

Joshua Albert, 299,301 

Kenneth C. , 301,307 

Kenneth Wayne, 307 

Leonidas, 201, 21 1 

Lovinia, 281,282,290,291 

Lucille, 307 

Lydia Emmeline, 299,302 

'Marian (---), 308 

Marjorie Amelia, 302 

Mark, 308 

Mary Fern, 299, 302, 307, 308 



Max, 302, 308 

Melvin Harris, 302 

Mona, 201,212 

Mona Ruth, 301 

Ray Wendell, 201,212 

Robert Delano, 302 

Uriah C. , 298 

Veda, 201,212 

Venaa, 302 

William Earl, 2ol,2l i 

William Fredrick, 299, 302 

William Gee, 201,211,212 

Wilma Jean, 307, 310 

Zel ma Betty, 301,307 
BROWN, Abra, 45 

Amos Bell, 304 

Amos Paul, 304 

Clarence Bell, 304 

Corinne, 304 

Etbel, 184 

George, 23 

George Burnell, 305 

Hannah, 75 

Harold C. , 272 

Hazel Loretta, 211 

James C. 272 

Johanna Christina, 272 

John. 42 

Mary. 74. 359 

Nathaniel, 45 

Peter, 68 

Sharon Mae, 304 

William Cottle, 304 

William Edward, 359 

Willmia, 227 
BROWNE, Rachel, 74 
BROXHOLME, William, 32 
BRUBAKER, Karen Ann, 258 

Richard E. , 258 

Richard Philip, 258 
BRUSH, John, 99 
BRYANT, Samuel L. , ib 
BUCHEY, Bertha Louise, 182 
BUCK, Mr., 50 
BUCKLEY, Hannah, 24 



BUCKNAM, Mary (Mrs. ), 65 
BUELL, Samuel, 19 
BULLOCK. Mary. 328 

Mr., 98 
BULLON, Ethel, 210 
BUNTER, Joanne, -Jl 
BURBRIDCE, Elizabeth, 167 
BURCHAM, Frances. 89 
BURKE, Newell Mathias. 208 

Newell Rulon, 2o3 

Rosalee Gladys, 208 
BURN AM, Dorothy, 77 
BURNAP, Abigail, 83 
BURNHAM, John, 14 

Mary, 9 

Mary (---). 9 

Samuel, 9 

Susanna (Roberts), 15 
BURNINGHAM, Alice, 145 
BURNS, Una Opal, 265 
BURSELL, Anna, 61 

Anna ( — ), 81 
BURSLEY, John, 25 
BURTON, Lucile, 296 

Mr., 31 
BURY, Ann, 55 
BUSCH, Ida, 336 

Maihew, 336 
BUSHMAN, Lillian Ann, 238 
BUSHNELL, Hannah, 68 
BUSSELL, William, 7 
BUTLER, Abigail, 50 

Ann, 50,51 

Daniel, 51 

t)arius, 67 

Dorothy, 50 

Elizabeth, 50,51 

Essie Ida, 288 

George, 50 

Hannah, 50, 51 

Hope, 51 

James, 50 

John, 50,51 

Jonathan, 50 , 

Joseph, 50. 5 f 



38. 

Mabel, 51 
Margaret, 51 
Mary. 50, 51 
Mary Ann. 198 I 
Nathaniel, 50 
Pearl, 340 
Rebecca, 51 
Richard. 51 
Ruth, 50 
Samuel, 50, 51 
Sarah, 46,50,51.52 
Sarah ( — ). 50 
Sarah Matilda, 244 
Stephen, 51 
Susanna, 51 
Thomas, 50, 51,52,87 
West, 51 
William 50,51 
Winter, 51 
BUTT, Charlote Janette, 338 
BUTTERl-IELD, Mary Jane, 10,114. 
115,277 

BUTTERWORTH. Austin Lee.2oi. 
212 
Blanch, 201, 212 
Burnice, 20 [ 
Elliot, 201 

Geo. Marcellus, 201,212 
Irene, 201 
Nathan, 201 
Rodney, D. , 201.212 
Roma, 201, 212 
Wanda. 201,212 
Woodrow G, , 201, 212 
BUTTON, AbigaU (Dodson), 29 
BUXTON, Clement, 68 

Elizabeth, 304 
BUZZELL, William. 7 
BY WATERS, Connie. 103 



CA DWELL, Edward. 51 

Thomas, 51,86 
CAFFERTY. Ada. 283.292 



382 

Carrie, 28^, 292 

Edna. 283,292 

George Decker, 283 

Georgina, 283 

Thora, 283, 291 , 297 

Walter Decker, 283,291,292 
CAHOON. Alvin Alonzo, 291,297 

Alvin Deveer, 292 

Erma, 291,297 

John, 59 

Lou Donnette, 292 

Nellie Bonnita, 292 

Roland Clyde, 292 
CALDWELL, Calvin Eugene, 304, 
310 

Elaine, 304,310 

Enid, 304 

Isabella,- 53 
CALKINS. Deborah. 34 

James Palmer. [48 

John, 34 

Mar>- Ellen, 148, 181, 182, 183 
CALL, Barlow Dean, 343 

Barlow Hale, 343 

Glen Larsen, 343 

Stanford, 343 

Willard. 343 
CALLIS, Jessie Rachel, 172 
CALVERLY, Elizabeth, 43 

William, 43 
CAMBRIDGE, Matilda. 43 
CAMERON, Sarah Ann. 359 
CAMP, Mary, 7 

Selima, 67 
CAMPBELL. Alice Ellen. 180 

Dan Pickett, 190 

Doris, 346 

Ezra Taft, 190 

Lucy Ann, 190 

Mary Annetta, 307 

Sarah Elizabeth Sloner, 209 
CANNEY, Mary, 6 
CANTERBURY, Cornelius. 62 
CARBRIDGE, Caroline Frances, 
292 



CARD, Pres. , 114 
CARDON, Craig Allen, 246 

Elijah Allen, 246 

Kathetine, 246 

Louis Paul, 246 

Marilyn Pearl, 246 

Susette, 150 

Susette Vilate, 246 

Wilford Allen, 246 

Wilford Pratt. 246 
CARLSON, George B., 160 

George Golden, 160 

Leona Jeanne, 160 

Raymond Gary, i5o 
CARPENTER, Agnes, 56 

Alyce A., 317 

Thomas Laurence, 262 
CARROLL, Betty Lou, 192 

Nada Justine, 192 

Willard, 192 
CARRUTH, Genevieve Webb, 320 
CARSEY, Doris, 1 46, 364 

Edward, 146 
CARSON, Bobbie, 308,310 

Charles Lester, 308,310 
CARTER, Bertha Joan, 173 

Darlene M. , 158 

Edward, 44 

Elbert S. , 158 

Susanna (Fleming), 44 

Thomas, 65 
CARTWRIGHT, Olive, 288 
CARVER, Alice 136, 1 63 

Anise, 163 

Archie B. . 1 36, 164 

Blaine Dee, 167 

Bryce, 163 

Cheryl, 163 

Clara, 138, 166 

Cora Lavona, 138 

Denton J. , 138, 167 

Dorothy Ann, 167 

George Deios, 137, 166, 167 

John Robert, 136, 163, 164 

Melva, 163 



Merlene, 163 
Milton J, , 136, 163 
Nathan Lamar, 1G7 
Tamara, 163 
Thomas Odell, 138, 167 
Thomas Wright, 136, 137 
Vaola, 163 
Wrena. 138, 167 
GARY, Roger, 77 
CASE, Ann. 71 
Mr. , 50 
William, 61 
CASS, John, 32 
GATE, Elizabeth. 8 
Margaret, 14 
Sarah, 15 
CAWNSBY, Ralph, 28 
CHADWICK.Leroy Charles, 321 
Maurine Bernice, 321 
Millie, 204 
Vera, 176 
CHALKER, Gyles, 55 
CHALLANDER, Harriet, 263 
CHAMBERS, Alfred, 144 

Alta. 144.177,178 
CHAMBERS, Elwood W, , 186 
Elwood Walker, 187 
Harold Lee, 187 
Hugh, 187 
CHAMPION, Bessie Bee, 181 

Herman Faye, 181 
CHANDLER, Arabella Ann, 324 

Miss, 65 
CHAPPELL, Wiliiam, 37 
CHASE, Ebenezer, 47 
Isaac, 48 
Thomas, 32 
CHATTERTON. Rubbenett. 303, 
309 

Shirlene, 214 
CHEESBROUGH,. Abigail, il 

CHENEY, Mr. , 1 04 

CHERRY. Ada, 196, 203 
Anna Amelia, 195,202.213,214 
Charles Stephen, 195, 202. 203 



3^3 

Charles Wesley, 196 

Cora Bell, 196, 203 

Delia, 203 

Elizabeth Jane. 202, 213 

Florence Lavonia, 196.203 

George Rusher, 196 

Grace, 72 

Howard Lee, 202 

Leone. 202. 213 

Mary Amanda. I95,202,2'3 

Matilda Jane, 195,202,2.2,213 

Mr. , 72 

Oscar Leland, 196 

Ossian Lloyd, 196, 203 

Solomon Isaiah , 195, 202, 213 

Thomas Leonard, 196 

Velma Lucille, 196,203 

William Charles, 202, 213 

Valene, 178 

Wesley, 178 
CHESLEY, Ebenezer, 14,15 

Elizabeth ( — )4, 13, 14 

Esther, 14 

Hannah, 4, 9, 14. 15, 21 

Ichabod, 14 

James, 4. 14. 15, 2!, 41, 45 

Joanna (-• ), 14 

T-nathan, 14 

Lemuel, 14 

Lydia, 14 

Mary, 14 

Otis, 15 

Philip, 4, 13. 14.33 

Samuil, 14 

Tamson, 15 

Temperance (---), 14 

Thomas, 14 
CHE3SM0RE, Claud E. . 171 

Claudine Ruth. 171 
CHESTER, John. 86 

Joseph Lemuel, 42 
CHILD. Albert D'Orr. 249. 27: 

Diane, 250 

Ethyl, 178 

Horace Ezra, 249 



384 

Jennylyn. 249 

La Rue, 249, 272 

Vcm D'Orr, 249 
CHRISTENSEN, Alfonzo, 231 

Ardene, 167 

Boyd J.. 167 

Christian Miller, 166 

Clara, 310 

Don C. , 167 

DwainK. , 167 

Glade C. , 167 

Eva, 165 

Josephine, 353 

Lowella, 341 

Orval Jorgensen, 166 

Sine, 204 

Velma Lucile, 231 
CHRISTENSON, Mary Jo, 214 

Sophia, 206 

Verda, 180 
.CHRISTIAN, Kcnilee, 166 

Kenneth Wayne, 166 

Wayne Winfred, 166 
CHRISTIANSlN, Elvira a., 160 
CHURCHILL, Hannah, 34 

Ichabod, 7 
CLARK, Amelia Florence, 165 

Andrew Carl, 282 

Ann, 15 

Anne, 4, 7, 16 

Daniel, 15, 16. 19, 282 

Daniel Aaron, 282 

Daniel Larsen, 282 

David Allen, 282 

Dorcas, 15 

Edith, 177 

Edward, 4, 13, 15 

Evelyn, 213 

Grant, 203 

Hanniel, 15 

Ida A. , 282 

James, 29 

lohn, 4.7. 15, 16 

Joseph, r5, 16 

Keith Allen, 282 



Linda Lee, 273 

Lucinda, 243 

Lydia, 48 

Margery, 282 

Martha, 15, 16 

Mary, 15, 16 

Matthew, 4, 15, 16 

Mr., 8, i-j 

Nicholas, 16 

Ralph Samuel, 273 

Ross A. , 282 

Sarah, -15 

Satchwell, 15, 16 

Stanley Grant, 273 

Susanna, 29 

Thomas, 15 

William, 52 
CLARKE. John, 35 

Joseph, 85 

Sarah, 85 
CLAWSON, Carrie, 210 
CLAYTON, Clotheal, 342 

Sister, 123 
CLEGG, Jane Marie, 198 
CLEMENTS, Elizabeth Jane, 152 
CLEMONT, Hannah, 68 
CLEVELAND, Helen Lucretia, 71 
CLIFFORD, Donald Lloyd, 21 1 

Elizabeth ( — ), 16 

Ephraim Cornelius, 2io 

Isaac, 37 

Israel, 35 

Jessie Darlene, 211 

John, 17,24 

Lloyd Clarence, 2lo 

Richard, 38 

Zachariah, 37 
Ci.INE, Mr. . 364 
CLINTON, Mr., 97, 
CLOSE, Hannah, 68 
CLOUGH, Elizabeth, 41 
CLOYES, John, 18 
CLUFF, Nada Ellen, 261 

Wilford, 261 
CLYDE, Ca'rolee, 310 



Christine, 310 

George Dewey, 310 

Ned P. , 310 
COATES, Laurence Lynn, 172 

Randel Lee, 172 

William Morgan, 172 

Win, 172 
COBB, James, 73 

Mary, 53 

Mercy, 73 
COFFEE, Margaret, 8 

Sarah, 8 
COFFIN, Eunice, 50 

Julia Abigail, 294 

Peter, 22 

Tristram, 50 
COGSWELL, Mr. , 33 
COLBY, Elizabeth, 6 
COLE, Goody, 35 

Lareta, 321 

Mary, 29,63 

Mr. , 95 * 
COLEMAN, Jolyi. 51 

Rae, 288 

Sarah Francetia, 155 

Shirley Mae, 296 

William Ervin, 296 
COLLIER, Mary, 79 

Sarah, 49 

William, 79 
COLLINS, Abraham, 35 
COLLINGS, Elda (Wilkinson), 303 
COLTON, Heman, 8 
COLVIN, Almina, 71 
COMISH, Calvin Ray, 141 

Ellen, 131 

Fay, 138 

Florence, 141, 172 

Hazel Blair, 183 

John, 125, 126, 128, 140 

John Gordon, 141 

Joseph Nephi, 141 

Leo S. , 183 

Leo Stanford, 140, 141, 171 

Nephi, 125 



385 

Verla Allea, 140, 171 

Verleen Allen, 141, 171 
COMSTOCK. Rachel, 59 
CONARY, Clarence. 171 
CONARY, Florence Barbara. 171 
CONDIE, Alma George, 330 

Clark Goaslind, 330 

Frank Alva, 330 

George Richard, 330 

Gidson, 210 

John William, 287 

Sandra, 210 

Spencer, 210 

Spencer Joel, 210 

Thomas R. , 331 

Vera, 287 
CONE, Daniel, 85 
CONLIN, Cloie Leone, 344 
COOK, Abigail, 34 

Francis, 63 

Henry, 20 

Josiah, 63 
COOKE, Jacob, 63 
COOLEY, Ezra, 309 

Grant Wilson, 309 

Helen, 310 

Richard Grant, 310 
COONS, LibeusG., 95 
COOPER, Frances Bathsheba, 329 . 

W 
Hannah, 78 

Hyrum, 329 

John, 20 

Margaret Ann, I I , 117, 118, 311, 

312 

Ruth Angeline, 339 

Sarah, 51 

Vinson Agrippa, 11,311,312 
COPLAN, Margaret, 231 
COPLIN, Nora, 267 
COPPENDALE, Mr., 27 
CORATTA, Linda, 355 
CORBETT, Albert Daniel, 536,162 



386 

Clyde Leroy, 162 

Daniel, 136 

Daniel Albert, 136, 162 

Donna Mae, 162 

Eliza Ann, 136, 162 

Gerald D. 162 

Jack Barnes, 136, 163 

Joseph Daniel, 136, 162, 163 

Nettie Barnes, 136, 162 

Steven J. , 163 

Virrill Lee, 162 
COIIBITT. Coriane Bernice, 266 

Donald Oliver, 266 

Mervin Charles, 266 
CORDON, Opal E. , 358 
CORDWELL, Mrs. , 7 
COREY, Thomas, 60 
CORLISS, John, 15 
CORNISH, Ruth, 286 
CORNOG, Hannah, 11,118,323 
CORNWALL, Mary, 59 
COSSETTE, Clifford, 346 

Sidney Clifford, 346 
COSTON, Hazel Ethel. 26S 
COTTLE, Beanie Allen, 299, 303, 30c 

Byrdie, 299 

Daniel Wright, 299 

Erma Dean, 303, 309 

Francene, 303, 309 

Gwendolyn Leone, 303, 308 

James Allen, 299 

Jean, 303, 309 

Jessie Amelia, 299, 363 

Lenora Bell, 299, 303 

Leo Allen, 299,303,309 

Mary Elizabeth, 299, 303, 308, 309 

Pauline Collings, 303 

Ruth, 299, 304 

Sarah Lavem, 299, 303 

Temperence Clarinda, 299 

William Garold, 303, 308 

William H. , 299, 302, 303, 304 

William Henry, 299-, 302, 308 
COTTON, Dorothy. 36 

William, 30 



COUCH, Elizabeth, 21 
COWDELL. Alice, 167 
COWLEY, Sarah Maria, 153 
COX, Alice (---). 4, 16, \-] 

Emmie Mae, 174 

Helen Clarie, 288 

James Elijah, 174 

John, 16 

John Samuel, 288 

Leah, 16 

Mary, 4, 16, 17,38 

Moses, 4, 16 , 17 

Rachel, 16,33 

Sarah, 16 
CRAB, Richard, 74 
CRAIG, John C. , 272 

Margie Elaine, 272 
CRAKE. Anne, 43 
CRAM, Joseph, 33 
CRANDALL, Barbara Jean, 235, 
268 

Charles Lee, 235 

Don Ashael, 235 

John Allen, 235 

Myron Marcellus, 235 

Paul Leslie, 235, 268 

Wilford Myron, 235 
CRAW, Beth Ann, 358 

Charles Nelson, 358, 361 

Gary Wayne, 358 

Henry Wayne, 358 

Louis Ethelbert, 361 

Marcia, 358 

Susan Larene, 361 
CRAWFORD, Ana Jewel, 272 
CRAYLORD, Ambrose, 79 
CRIDDLE, Eliza, 220, 242, 243 
CRIPPEN, Catherine, 80 

Jabez, 59 

Thomas, 80 
CRIPPS, Ida Thayle, 213 

Percy, 213 
CRISPE, Benjamin, 76 

Bridget (---), 76 

George, 47 



Mary or Marcy, 76 
CRISPIN, Margaret, 216 
CRISSEY. Elizabeth, 68 
CRITCHFIELD. Abe, 313, 318 

Cleo, 313 

Dazel Seletha, 313, 318 

Eugene, 313, 3? 8, 322 

Gloria, 318, 322 

Mary Louise, 313 
CROBE, Mary (Crippen), 80 
CROCKER, Hannah, 58 
CROCKETT, Thomas, 93 
CROMWELL. Giles, 76 

Sarah, 45 

Seaborne, 76 
CROSBY, Mehitable, 64 

Susan, 69 
CROSS, Deborah, 68 

Iris Marie, 293 

Margaret, 46,52,67 

Marvin Rufus, 293 

Nathaniel, 68 
CROSSLEY, Gladys Pauline, 209 

Joseph Henry, 209 

William, 209 
GROSSMAN, Alan Russell, 210 

Henry W. , 210 

Melinie, 210 

Russell, 210 
CROSSWHITE, Jeri Lynn, 296 

Johnie LeRoy, 296 

Judy Ann, 296 

Patricia, 296 

Roy Elrey, 296 
CROWELL, John, 58, 81 

Sarah, 48 

Susanna, 47 
CROW SHAW, Belle, 187 
CROWTON, Violet Naomi, 265 
CRUICK SHANK, Jim, 364 
CUBINE, Fanny Bell, 181 
CUMMINGS, Elizabeth, 60 
CUNNINGHAM. Eva, 244 
CURTIS. Blaine D. , 212 

Dawn Marie, 190 



Emma Lucinda, 280,281 

George William. 280 

Lincoln, 190 

Mignon, 231 

Theodore James, 190 
CUTLER, Clarinda, 208 

James L. . 204 

Lillian, 204 
CUTT, John, 33 
CUTTS. John, 35 

D 

DABEL, Marvin, 318 
DAGET, Sarah. 55 

Thomas, 55 
DALIE, Elizabeth Maud, 163 
DALLEY, Margaret, 204 

Sara Ann, 241 
DALTON, Dewey F., 317 

Linda Kay, 317 
DANA, Denice, 271 • 

Diane, 271 

Hugh. 271 

Isaac Dwight, 271 

Karen, 271 
DAMfORTH, Thomas, 76 
DANIEL, Davy, 26 
DANSIE, Charles A. . 361 

Ferris George, 361 
DAVID, Bertha Louise, 357 
DAVIDSON, Agnes. 203 
DAVIS, Byrum, 282 

Daisy Akers, 282 

Dolor, 25, 89 

Elijah. 74 

Harry, 154 

Ida, 291 

John. 61 

Lillian Mildred, 254 

Margaret Ann, 203 

Martha, 46, 74 

Mary, 15 

Mary Aim, 133 

Vera, 154, 190 



387 



388 

DAWES, Jonathan, 40 

DAY, Abraham, 52 

Benjamin, 52 

Daniel, 52 

David. 52 

Editha, 52 

George, 125 

Isaac, 52 

John, 46.51.52.59.85 

Joseph, 52 

Joseph F. , 1 27 

Lydia46,52,59,78 

Mary. 51.52 

Mary(— ). 51.52 

Maynard, 52 

Robert, 51,52,86 

Samuel. 52 

Sarah, 51.52 

Thomas, 51,52 

William, 52 
DAYLEY, Annie Penola, 360 
DEALING, Sally, 8 
DEBOW, Catherine A. , 71 
DEBUSLI, Roger, 42 
de la NO YE, Mary, 53 
DEMMING, Miner T. , 93.94.95 
DENNIS, Mary, 12 
DERIFIELD. Ann, 84 
DE ROTHERFIELD, Dionysia, 42 

Peter, 42 
DESPAIN, Harold Dwight, 229 

Oscar Newell, 22g 
DETER, Jane. 70 
DETTON, Elva Geneva, 351,357, 

John, 351 
DEV-EREAUX, Grace, 187 
DEWEY, Israel, 23 
DEWITT, Abel Alexander, 240 

Basil E. H. , 202.212,213 

Betty Marlene, 213 

Bryan Francis, 213 

Caroline LaRue, 240,271 

Coral Gloria, 213 

Danny Paul, 213 



David Kenneth, 240, 270, 271 

Dawn Lynn, 213 

Densil Edmond, 202 

Eleanor Gayle, 240, 270 

Elizabeth Adelaide, 240,271 

Glenda Mae, 212 

Gloria, 202, 213 

Joyce Kay, 240, 271 

June, 202, 213 

Lae Lani, 212 

Mavis, 202, 212 

Mitchel Lane. 213 

Muriel, 202, 212 

Raymond Chessar, 202, 213 

Raymond Cripps, 213 

Robert Basil, 212 

Robert Henry, 202, 21 2 

Sidney James, 202, 213 

Susan Leslie, 213 

William Rupen, 202, 213 
DEWOLF, Maria, 70 
DE WYNTERWADE or WENT- 
WORTH FAMILY, 42 
DEXTER, Seth, 47 
DIAL, Ian Garth, 269 

Linden B. , 269 

Marc Eugene, 269 

William Hiram, 269 
DIAMOND, John, 13 

Sarah, 4, 12 

Sarah (Bemas), 18, 19 
DIBBLE, Jonathan. 65 

Rachel, 65 
DILTEFANO, Vincent C. , 209 

Vincent Richard, 209 
DIPPLE, Thomas, 78 
DISBROW, John, 68 

Peter, 68 
DISLIN, Agnes, 39 
DIVINE. Susan, 94 
DDCON, Fleanor, 67 
• Jane, 67 

Margaret, 66, 67 
DOAN, Carolyn Lee, 286 

Cheryl Dianne, 286 



Verl Kirby. 286 
DOANE, Abigail, 29 " 
Daniel, 47 
John, 29 
Joseph, 47 
Rebecca, 75 
DOBSON, Rhoda Marie, (So 

Willis A.. 180 
DOCKHAM. John. 5 
DODGE, Minnie, 199 
DONE, Bertha Eleanor. 159 
DON NELL, Ora Jane, 227 
DOiMIPHAN, General, 96 
DOOLITTLE, Abraham, 34 

Ebenezer, 20 
DOPP, Dean Bessie, 303, 309 

William Heniy, 303 
DORRANCE, Mary. 66 
DOUGLAS, Ann Jestlna. 288 
Myrtle May, 337 
Walter McGregor, 288 
DOW, John. 16 
Martha, 17 
Mary, 4. 15,16 
Mary (Wilford), 15 
Phebe (---), 4. 15,16 
Stephen, 16 
Thomas, 4, 15, 16 
DOWDLE, Robert. 125 
DOWNS, Thomas, 22, 
DRANE, Dr. , 109 
DRAKE, Edith Jeanetta, 307,310 
Hester, 18 
Jane 13 

Lawrence Leonard, 307 
Nathaniel, 13 
Robert, 13 
DRIGGS, Louisa, 194,323 
DRONSFIELD, Agnes. 43 

William, 43 ,. 

DRURY.Permelia Juliann. 284 
DRYDEN, Bridget. 32 
DRYSDALE, Aldoris E. , 321 
DUBIAN, Gwendolyn Ann, 275 
DUERKOP, Harry. 341 



James Newton, 341 
DUNCAN, Abraham. 52.53 

Esther. 46. 52, 53, 66, 67, 69 

George, 46. 52, 53, 67 
James, 53 

John. 52,53 

Mary (---), 53 

Robert, 52. 53 

William 52, 53 
DUNHAM, Abigail, 53 

Benajah, 53 

Benjamin, 53 

Daniel, 53 

Dorothy (---), 53,61 

Hannah, 53, 54 

John, 53,54.61 

Jonathan, 53, 54 

Joseph, 53, 

Lydia, 54 

Mary, 46,54,60,61 

Mar)' (---) Falloway, 53 

Mary (---) Watson, 53s 54 

Mercy, 54 

Persis, 53 

Prudence, 54 

Ralph. 53 

Samuel, 53, 54 

Susannah, 54, 60 

Thomas, 53 
DUNKLEY, Lester LeRoy, 17; 

Zelda, 175 
DUNLAP, Edison, 212 
DUNSTER, Elizabeth. 89 
Henry, 89 
Isabel (---), 89 
Mar>', 89 
Robert, 89 
DURRANT, Thomas, 123 
DUTCH, Alfred, 92 
DYKE, Anne. 72 

E 

EAGER, Lucy Lenore, 247 
BAST, Carol, 296 



389 



390 

EASTMAN, Joseph, 36 

Ruth, 22 
EATON, John, 16 

Mary, 26 

Theophilus, 26 
EDDINGTON, Lorenzo S. , 338 

Marie, 338 
EDDY, John. 60 
EDGECOMBE, John. 37 
EDGERTON, Mary, 29 
EDMUNDS, Thomas, 31 
EDVALSON, George Erick, 165 

Siirley Louise, 165 
EDWARDS, Cyrus Lewis, 261 

Harriet S. , 9 
Jestina, 288 

Rob en Lewis 261 

William. 84 
EIDSCHUN, Harry Lester. 192 

William, 192 
ELDER, Olga May. 274 
ELDREDGE, Rebecca, 48 
ELIASON, Amandaf 351 
ELIOT, Elizabeth, 55 
ELLEFSEN, Engeborg, 325 
ELLER, VELMA, 162 
ELLERMAN, Hedvig Helene 
Margerita. 331.343 

Heinrich Imanuel, 331 
ELLIN S, Anthony, 13 

Lenora J. , 172 
ELLIOTT, James, 213 

Joseph Edward, 202 

Murl Edward, 202 

Nancy Jean, 202 
ELLISON, Diane, 340 

Frank Joseph, 340 

Olive Lavina, 264 

Richard Frank, 340 
ELLSWORTH, Byron. 227 

Cora, 227, 265 

Faun, 241 

George Franklin,- 241 

Laura Maude, 234 
ELSDON, Anne, 80 



ELWell, Jane, 206 
ELY, Samuel, 51 
EMANG, John, 358 

John Thomas, 358 

Leonard, 358 

Leonard Allen, 358 
EMERSON, Hannah, 9 

John, 29 

Micah, 9 

Thomas, 18 
EMERY, Marquis, 7 

Rebecca, 36 
EMMETT, John, 190 

Patricia Ruth, 190 
EMONS, Mr.. 50 
ENGLAND, Clyde Heber. 285, 296 

Devote Alien, 285,296 

Richard. 285 

William Clyde, 285, 296 
ERDLEY. Agnes. 87 
ERICK SON. Byron Kent, 206 

Byron Parley, 205 

Carla Ann Erickson, 206 

Carol Gustaf Eng^brick, 205 

George Henry, 190 

Henry Keith, 190 
ESKELSON, John, 1 25 

LeRoy, 289 

Neta, 289 
ESTE, Catherine, 35 
ETCHELL, Leone, 348 
EWER, Sarah (Learned), 28 



FACKRELL, Alverette, 136 

Chrissa, 314 
FARLEY, James M. 242 

Ouida, 242, 272 
FARNSWORTH, Elna. 276 
FARR, Ivis Adele, 269 

Lorin Myles, 269 

Mary Bess, 269 

Patricia Louise, 269 
FAUCHER, A. Lester, 212 



Jim Lester, 212 
. Louis, 2 1 2 

Ted Alan, 212 
FAWCETT, Stella, 203 
FEAKE, James, 54 

Judith (Palmer), 54 
FEHR, Edmond Arthur, 191 

Janet Kae Ellen, 191 

Patricia Iris, 191 
FEKETE, Margaret, 257 
FELLOWS, Marian, 194 
FELSTED, Darlene Rae, 175 

Edwin LaNay, 175 

Peter Christian, 175 

Ronald LaNay, 173 
FENSTERMAKER, JOSEPH, -jO 
FERNISIDE, Hannah. 26 

John, 26 

Sarah, 23 
FERRARS, John, 43 
FERRIS, Elizabeth, 54 

Grace (---). 54 

Hannah, 46, 54, 68 

James, 54 

Jeffrey, 46.54 

John, 54 

Joseph, 54, 68 

Mar)^ 54 

Peter, 46, 54, 68, 80 

Ruth, 54 
FEWKES, Alice, 174 
FIELDS, Bradley Neil, 262 

Eugene George, 262 

Leta Bernice, 321 

Sandra Lee, 262 

Willard George, 262 
FIFE, Jean, 337 

Joseph Adam, 337 
FIFIELD, Aurelia, 126 
FILLMORE, Thankful Rosilla, 225 

Nathaniel, 71 
FINCH, James Delbert, 275 

Martha, 74 

William Clyde, 275 
FINNIE, Flossie Darling, 290 



39' 

FISCHER, Katherine. 262 
FISIIBURN, Mary Ajiii. 144 
FISHER, Blaine Tuellcr, 172 
Eileen, 321 

Elizabeth, 62 

Glen Robert, 172 

John Carlton, 347 

Kenneth Dale, 347 

Kent Allen, 172 

Lynn P. . 338 

William B. , 347 
FISK, Noah, 6c 
FITCH, Joseph, 87 
FITZGERALD, Julia Ann Wads- 
worth, 138 

FLEMMING, Uther. 44 
FLETCHER, Adam J. , 285 

Carol Lou, 285, 295 

David Lewis, 285, 295 

Grizcll, 76 

Karen Lee, 285 

Mar)', 80 
FLOWER, Hannah, 55 
FOLLETT, John J. , 9 

Sarah Maria, 241 
FOLSOM, Ebenezer, 35 

Nathaniel, 35 
FOOTE, Anna, 52 

Irene, 52 

Margaret, 52 

Pasco, 37 
FORBUSH, Mr. . 364 
FORDHAM, Amos Pierre, 300 

Mary, (Mamie), 300, 304 
FORSYTH, Donna, 341 
FORTIER, Elizabeth, 302 
FOSS. John, 13 

Maaha, 8 
FOST. William, 23, 41 
FOSTER, Abraham, 10. I 04, 113, 
193,194, 198,199,200,210,211, 
323 

Alfred. 193, 194, 200, 364 

Alfred Allen, 194 

Alice, 193, 194. 195.201,202 



392 

Alice Eliza, 194,364 

Barbara Leone, 200 

Bernetta Marie, 199 

Bertha JanC; 194 

Bertha Louise, 198,211 

Charles Abraham, 194 

Charles Elmer, 199 

Charles Leonard, 194,200 

Clifford Uriah, 194 

Dora Mariah, 194, 364 

Dorothy Jane, 200 

Earl LeRoy, 200 

Edith Evelyn, 194, 364 

Edmond VVillard, 193, 199,364 

Edward William 199,211 

Frances, 83 

George Elmer, 193,199 

Harold William 199 

Heber Clarence, 193, 199 

Jacl' LeRoy, 200 

Jarros Pdward, 200 

James Froeman, 194, 200 

Jennie Aiberta, 199, 211 

Jessie Louisa, 198,210 

J. Florence, 229 

John, 83 

John Wayne, 200 

Joseph, 65 

Josephine Cloie, 199,364 

Judy Louise, 211 

Leonard Junior, 200 

Lewis Franklin, 199 

Lois Frances, 199 

Marian Pearl, 194 

Mary Ann, 194, 199 

Montie Jay, 199 

Nelly May, 199 

Olive Irene, 194, 200 

Price William, 194. ^99 

Saphronia Belle, 194, 199, 211 

Shirley Jean, 200 

Sidney A. , 200 

Steven Ray, 200 

Thomas, 65 

Velma Joyce, 200 



William Alfred, 193, 199 
FOWLER, Agnes Coleen, 182 

Bruce Edward, 357 

David Richard, 357 

Effie, 197,207,208 

Frank Henry, 357 

George Wesley, 183 

Joseph Thomas, 197 

Kathrina Marie, 357 

Woodrow David, 357 
FOX, Benjamin, 5 

Edward, 5 

John, 5 

Martha, 5 

Mary, 5 

Susannah, 5 
FOYE, John, 14 
FRANCE, Clarence, 157 
FRANCIS, Beth, 191 

Samuel John, 191 
FRANDSEN, Nelse, 125 
FRAZIER, John, 69 
FREDRICKSON, Anna Elizabeth , 
287 

Clarence Marcus, 287 

Mestina, 196 
FREEMAN, Edmond, 75,79 

Elizabeth, 75 

Ivan L. , 214 

John, 48,75,79 

Mary, 48 

Mercy, 81 

Priscilla, 82 

Samuel, 79 

Thomas, 73 

William, 47 
FREESE, Jacob, 24 
FREESTONE, Delia Ami, 235 

George, 235 
FREEZE, Gordon, 7 
FRENCH, Ann (-— ), 4 

Christena, 30 

Edward, 4 

Hannah, 4,32,44 

Ruby Frances, 329 



F ROST, David Harrison, 270 

Harrison Kerry, 270 

Josiah, 8 
FRY, James Benjamin, 256 

Theatta, 256 
FRYHONER, Alonzo, 139 
FUCHS, Charles Wendell, 286 

Walter H. , 286 

William Walter, 286 
FULLER, Abraham, 59 

Alice, 56 

Amos, 49 

Andrew, 56 

Ann, 55, 241 

Ann (Susannah), 56 56 

Ann (---). 56 

Anna, 58 

Anne, 55.56, 58.59 

Anne(— ) 55,56.57 

Arlene, 241 

Barbara Ann, 269 

Barbara Annie, 268 

Benjamin, 59 

BetMah(-— ), 58 

Catherine (---), 55 

Charles Allen, 219 

Cheryl, 241 

Christopher, 57 

Clifford Lacey, 239 

Constance, 57 

Content, 59 

Cornelius. 219 

David Adrian, 241 

Deborah. 58, 59 

Dena, 241 

Donald Orin, 241 

Dorothy. "55 

Edith Woodward. 228 

Edmund, 57 

Edward, 56, 57. 59 

Elizabeth, 4 6 , 55, 56, 57, 58. 59. 

80 

Elizabeth Adelaide, 219,239, 

270,271 

Elizabeth (---), 58 



393 
Esther, 239, 269 
Frances, 56 

Frances (---). 56,57.80 
Garthred, 55 

Gerald (ialph, 239, 268. 269 
Gilbert Ronald, 269 
Giles. 56 
Glen Robert, 269 
Goody, 35 
Grace, 59,347 
Hannah, 58 
Horace A Win, 239 
Horace Cornelius, 219, 239, 240, 
241 

Horace Ralph, 219, 239, 268, 269, 
270 

Inez, 219 
Isaac, 60 
Ivan Clark, 219 
Ivis, 239, 269 
Jacob, 59 
James, 55 
Jane, 56 
Janet, 56, 241 
Jeremiah, 59 
Joan, 56 

John, 46, 55, 56, 57. 58, 5^, 80 
John Seymour, 219. 240, 241 
Joseph. 46.52,59,78 
Lois, 65 
Lydia, 59,78 
Madge, 239,269 
Margerie (---), 55 
Mary, 56, 57, 58 
Mary, (---). 58 
Mattliew, 57,58,59,80 
Mehitable, 59 
Milton Eugene. 239 
Mindwell, 46, 59, 65, 77, 78 
Orin C. , 219,241 
Patricia Helen, 239, 270 
Rachel, 59 
Ralph, 55 

Richard. 55-56 
Robert, 55, "^6 



394 
Robert F. , 239 

Roger. 55.56.57 

Ruth, 59 

Samuel, 28,46,56,57,58 

Sarah, 55.56.57.58 

Sarah (— ), 56 

Shubael, 58 

Simeon, 65 

Susanna, 56 

Sylvia, 241 

Thankful, 59 

Thomas, 55, 56.57,58 

William, 55.56,57. 

Zachariah, 59 
FULLMER, Mary Frances, 307 
FURBER, William, 23 

G 

GABARDI, Bmna Marie, 355 

Richard, 355 
GAGER, Hannah, ■]■] 
GALE, Carrie Mae, 230 
GALLAGHER, Donald Lewis Or- 
tega, 262 

Manuel Frank One^a, 261 
Tom, 262 
GALLANT,* Thomas, 27 
GALLISON, Sarah, 48 
GALLOWAY, Eliza, 130 
GALUSHA, Daniel, 60 
GARD, Eula, 150 
GARDION, Ina, 337 
GARDNER, Frank, 9 

George, 86 

Susan Ida, 179 

Tabitha, 12 
GAKFIELD, Edward, 67 
GARLAND, Jabez, 23 . 

John, 32 
GARNER, Bette Susan, 296 

Charles William, 172 

Donald Charles, 296 

Jon Grady, 296 

Marjorie, 172 



Robert Arnold, 172 

William Francis, 172 
GARRARD, Carol Jean, 274 

Lester Ray, 273 

Merril Ray, 273 
GAYLORD. Mary, 19 

Walter, 86 

William, 51 
GEARY, Pauline, 169 # 
GEIGER, Doctone Benjamin©, 253 

Selma, 253 
GEORGE, Mary Jane, 358 

Thomas Clarence, Jr, , 358 
GEORGESON, Elaine, 186 

Hyrum, 185 

Melvin Allen, 186 

Wayne Norval, 186 

Wilbur Norval, 185 
GERMAN, Maude Bell, 347 

Pauline, 209 
GERST, Kate, 260 
GLETZ, Charles, 238 

Henrietta, 238 
GIBSON, Alice, 66 

Lydia Ann, 266 
GIFFORD, Priscilla. 215 

Priscilla, 10 
GCBERT, Frank, [83 

Melvina, 69 
GILBY, EUen, 43 

George, 43 

John, 43 

Thomas, 43 
GILES, David, 8 

Floyd Knight, 192 

Joseph F. , 1 92 

Pamela Kaye, 192 

Terry Lee, 192 
GILL, Margaret, 206 
GILLET, Lydia, 59 
GILLETT, jerusha, 70 
GILMAN. Elizabeth (—), 35 

John,. 35 

Joshua, 18 

Judith, 36 



Sarah (Pike), 21 
GITTENS, Amy Loraine, 287.296 

Benjamin, 287 
GLASCOCK, Alice, 56 
GLAZIER, Elizabeth, 287 
GLEN, Elizabeth Matilda, 191 
GLENN, Ariel Walter, 139, 170 
Connie Marie, 169 
Darlene, 169 
Edward Geary Allen, 169 
Franklin Allen, 139.169 
Franklin Geary, 169 
George Alien, 139, 169 
James Richard, 139 
John David, 169 
Luana Allen, 140, 170, 
Luther Bankhead, *i 40, 170, 171 

Marybeth, 169 

Melba Marie, 139, 170 

Metna Allen, 140, 171 

Michael Ariel, 170 

Patricia Joan, 169 

Patricia Klann, 169 

Stephen Lund, 169 

Vernon Allen, 139, 169 

Violet Mann, 169 

Virginia Mann, 169 

Vivian Allen, 139. 169 

Walter John, 139, 169, 170 

Walter S. 139, 140 

Wilford Doriun, 139, 169 
GLOVER, Marian, 303 

Sarah Minerva, 328, 339, 340 
GOASLIND, Carol H. , 330 

Carol Parkinson, 325. 330 

Charles David, 323, 324, 325, 330 

Charles Earl, 324, 330, 341 , 34^ 

Claradean H. , 330, 342 

Claire Parkinson, 325, 330, 342 

Clarinda Hannah, 323,325,331. 

332 

Earl Craig, 341 

Earl Hawkes,330,34i, 

Eliza R, , 323 

Frances Zina, 323, 326, 335, 336, 



395 

337 

Gary Dee, 341 

Gene Hawkes, 330, 341 

George David, 325 

George Knapp, 323 

lone Parkinson, 325 

Iris Hawkes, 330 

James Orrin, 323 

John, 11,323 

John Cornog, II, loi, 103, 118, 

120.125. 126.323,324.325,326. 

327 

Joseph, 119 

Julia Saphronia, 221 , 323, 327 

Lydia Susanna, 194, 195 

Lydia. Susannah, 323. 324, 327 

328, 329 

Mary Eugenia, 323, 326. 333, 334, 

335 

Matilda (—XWhite), 119 

Tad W., 341 
GODFREY, Deborah, 17 
Hannah, 17 
Isaac, 17 

John,4, 16, 17.23,38 
Margery, 17 
Mary, 4, 17,38,47 
Mehitable, 17 
Moses, 17 
Rachel, 17 
Sarah, 17 

Sarah (-"), 4. 17 

William 4. 17.35 
GOLDSBERRY, Mona, 344 
GOLDSMITH, Mr. , 31 
GOLDTHORPE, William, 43 
GOLSON, Andrew Wesley. 286 

Arthur Bond, 286, 296 

Betty Bea, 286, 296 

Christine, 296 

Claud Bond. 286 

David Arthur, 286 

Floyd Grady, 286,296 

Joseph Cleon, 285 
GOLSAN, Mallory Washington, 1 37 



396 

Rosalie, 137, 165, 166 
GOOCH, Ethel Katherine. 150 
GOODMAN, Bobbie. 191 

Janet, 191 

Robert A. , 191 
GOODRICH. Mary, 50 

William, 50 
GOODWIN, Adeline. 70 

Caroline, 70 

Charles, 70 

Charles M. 70 

Clarence Garfield, 171 

Frank Shepard, 171 

Helen, 70 

Homer, 70 

Kasson, 70 

Leonard, 70 

Michael Frank, 171 

Schixyler, 70 

Stephanie Ann, 171 

Thomas, 70 

Uri, 70,72 

William, 86 
GOODYEAR, Miles, no 
GOOLE or GOULD, Abigail, 60 

Elizabeth, 60 

Francis, 60, 88 

Hannah, 60 

Isaac, 60 

Job. 59 
John, 60 
Leah, 60 
Kiartha, 60 
Mary, 46, 60, 76, 88 
Mercy, 60 
Rachel, 60 
Rose(-— ), 60.88 
Samuel, 60 
Thankful, 60 
GORDON, Alexander, 4, 18, 30, 

35 
Benoni, 37 

Cecil. 257 

Daniel, 18 

Elizabeth. 18 



Erdene, 257 

James, 18 

John, 18 

Mary. 4, 16. 18,30,35 

Nancy Jane, 353 

Nicholas, 18,30 

Thomas, 18 

Timothy, 39 
GOSS, Jean. 37 

Joseph, 37 

Nathan, 8 

Richard, 8 
GOUGH, Sadie Llnnie, 199, 200 
GOVE, John, 40 
GOWEN, Jane, 56,57 
GRAHAM, William, 62,73 
GRAVES, Joseph, 6 

William, 18 
GRAY, Harriet Leach, 9 

Rebecca, 47 
GREELEY, Joseph, 1 5 
GREELY, Abigail, 17 
GHEEN, Ada, 168 

Alma, 165 

Analie, 165 

Art Christensen, 165 

Harriet. 66 

Henry, 24 

Jennie, 242 

Phebe, 82 

Rosalie. 165 
GREENE, Flora, 289, 297 
John, 50 
Joseph Piatt, 289 
GREENSLADE, Edward, II 

Joanna. 4, 1 1 
GREER, Ellen, 296 
GREGORY, Robert, 125, 126 
GREG SON, Ann, 300 
GRIFFIN, Cozy, 145 
Harold Jay, 172 
Harold Jenkins, 172 
GRIFFITH, Irene, 304 

Sarah Angeline, 136, 137 
GRIMMETT, Elizabeth Jane, 199 , 



200 

GRIM SHAW, Ellen, 247 
GRISWOLD, Ann, 19 

Bathsheba, 19 

Benjamin, 19 

Daniel, 19 

Deborah, 19 

Dorothy, 19 

Edward, 4, 12, 18 

Francis, 18, 19 

George, 18, 19. 

Hannah, 19 

John, 4, 12, 13, 18, 19 

Joseph, 1 9 

Lucy, 1 9 

Lydia, 19 

Margaret, 19 

Margaret (---), 18 

Martha, 19 

Mary, 4, 12, 19, 21 

Matthew, 18 

Michael, 18 

Samuel, 19 

Sarah, i 9 

Sarah (---), 19 

Thomas, 18 

Walter, 19 
GROWL, Glen, 166 
GUMMERSAL, May, 178 
GUNN, Nathaniel, 51 
GURNSEY, Solomon, 67 
GUSSAUX, Mary Kathlene, 192 
GUSTAVENSEN. Gustof, 137 

Luella Marie, 137, 166 
GUTTERSON, Mary, 15 
GYLLENSKOG, Inez, 135, 136, 160 
161, 162 

Theodore, 135 

H 

HADLEY, Belle Rosa, 187 

Rich, 187 
HAHN, Alice Llnna, 318,321 
HAHNLE, Gorden Ross, 348 



397 



Henry, 348 

Iola(— ), 348 
HAIGHT, Grace Fannie. 189 

Horton D. , 179 

M^ry H. , 179 
HAINES. Sarah, 24 
HAKES, Ann Eliza, 233 

Mr., 105. ig8, 109 
HALE, Anna Lou, 360 

Louise Anil, 343 

Wallace Areat, 360 
HAlES, Monte Richard, 303 
HALGREN, Charles Allen, 304 

Oscar Charles, 304 

Rene Charles, 304 

Spencer Val, 304 

Virginia May, 304 
HALL, Avery (Rev. ),4, 9. 15,21, 
90 

Bridget (---). 20 

Clara Jane, 227 

David, 20 

Deanna Jean, 262 

Hlisha, 21 

Elizabeth, 20 

Esther, 21 

Eunice, 21 

Hannah, 20, 2i 

Hannah ( — ),- 20 

Isaac (Dr.), 68 

Jane, 46,66 

John, 4, 14,20,34.45 

Jonathan, 20 

Justinian, 26 

Kezia, 20 

Lucy, 21 

Mary, 20, 21 

Mehitable,4,9. 21,90 

Ralph, 14 

Rebecca ( — ), 20 

Richard, 20 

Samuel,4, 20. 21.34,42 

Sarah. 20 ^ 

Susanna. 20 
Tbeophilus.4, 12.20.21 



398 

Thomas, 20 

Willie June, 262 
HALLMARK, Royal E. , 170 
HAM, Ann. 22 

Benjamin, 22 

Ebenezer. 22 

Elizabeth, 22, 

John. 4,22.23,41 

Joseph, 22 

Mary, 4. 15,22,41 

Mercy, 22 

Samuel, 22 

Sarah, 22 

Tamson, 22 

Tryphena, 22 

William, 4 
HAMBLEN, Abigail, 61 
HAMELIN, Anne, (---), 60 

Giles, 60 
HAMLIN or HAMBLIN, Bartholo- 
mew, 54, 60 

Benjamin, 61,62,73 

Ebenezer, 61 

Eleazer, 48,61,62,81 

Elijah, 62 

Elisha, 61,62 

Elizabeth, 61 

Elizabeth (-•--), 62 

Elkanah, 61 

Ella, 260 

Esther, 61 

Experience, 61 

Hannah, 60 

Hope, 61 

Israel, 61 

James, 46, 54, 60, 61 , 62 

Jemima ( — ), 61 

Job, 61 

John, 60,61 

Jonathan, 61 

Lydia, 62 

Mary, 60,61,62 

r<ebecca, 46, 48, 49, 62, 64 

Saiah, 60 
HAMMON. Edwin James, 265 



Michael Lewis, 265 
HAMMOND, Elizabeth, 24 
HAMPTON, Alice. 296 
HANCEY, Annette, 306 

James Orlo, 306 

James Sneeds, 306 

Orlo Vemon, 306 
HANDS, Burt, 176 

Myrtle Irene, 176 
HANDY, Mary, 134 
HANTORD, Agnes, 71 
HANKS. Fannie Ellen, 230 

Sue Nancy, 230 

Vard Arthur, 230 

Verd Allen, 230 

Walter Ernest, 230 
HANNANT, Charlotte, M. , 180 
HANSEN, Alfred, 184 

Anna, 226 

Arthur Henry, 360 

Eldena Mabel, 181 

Geraldene, 178 

Harris Wilford, 205 

Joan, 178' 

Larry Bruce, 205 

Mabel Naomi ( — ), 181 

Mary Ann, 361 

Mary Laura. 149 

Orson Wilford, 205 

Richard Allen, 178 

Sharon Elaine, 360 

Sigaard Henry, 360 

Veral Henry, 360 

Wanda nene, 360 

Willard Alton, 178 

Willard Theron, 178 

William Hans, 181 

William Philip, 184 
HANSON, Benjamin, 41 

Caroline, 191 

Elnora, 221,249,272 

Heber, 221, 249,327 

Joseph, 206 

Julia Saphronia, 327 

Melba, 206 



Ole, 221, 327 

Ronald Heber, 221 

Shirley, 170 
, Verda, 221 
HARDEY. Ruth, 74 
HARDISON Edwin A. , 237 
Marion Walker, 237 
Waldo Allen, 237 
Waldo Collins, 237 
HARDY, James, 8 
HARFORD, Patience, 22 
HARGIS, Carlos Heap, 313,318 

Ernest Merton, 313 

Jasper Nuton, 313 

Lyndon Herschel Heap, 313, 318 

Norman Wayne, 318 
HARGRAVE, Mary, 14b 
HARKSWORTH, Walter, 43 
HARLESS, J, Bruce, 245 

Kay Allen, 245 

William Crousin, 245 

William Henry, 245 

Yvonne, 245 
HARLOW, Mary, 54 
HARRDvIAN, Elizabeth, 18 

Jesse, 6 

Margaret, 18 

Matthew, 18 
HARRINGTON, Charles, 346 

Joyce Elise, 346 

Kenneth, 346 

Lester Charles, 346 
HARRIS, Agnes Madge, 360 

Amy Laura, 174 

Charles, 179 

De Ann, 208 

Dennis Earl, 171 

Earl, 179,360 

Earl Eustace, 171 

Eldred M. , 293 

Elwood Allen, 180 

Frances, 155, 192 

George Yard, 293 

Guy, 293 

Ivy, 301 



Jack Maikia, 293 

James Garnmel, 155, 

Jill, 293 

Julia Anne, 293 

Orrin Porter, 208 

Yard Guy, 293 

William David, 174 

William Vernal, 171 
HARRISON, Chloe R., 128 

Edmund, 66 

Noah, 65 
HARSER, Edna Agurda, 171 
HART, Hawkins, 34 
HARVEY, Al, 364 

Mary, 66 
HARWOOD, Hattie May, 168 

Lila, 203 
HATCH, Agatha Mai:y. 150 
Anne ( — ), 38 

Benjamin, 60 
Edwin Pace, 150 

Elizabeth, 38 
Hannah Charlotte, 320 

Israel, 54 
Jonathan, 80 

Mercy, 81 
Reliance, 67 
Sarah Camm.a, 343 

Thomas, 59 
WiUiam, 38 
HATHAWAY, May, 202 

HAWES, Clara Gene, 335. 347 

Elizabeth, 75 

Thomas Dobson, 335 347 
HAWKES, Lois, 330. 341, 342 

William, 330 
HAWKINS, Thomas. 47 
HAWLEY, Agnes, 31 
HAWS, Cydne, 271 

Emma Lucinda, 280 

Guy Murice, 271 

Marion, 99 

Murice Kent, 271 
HAYES, Abra, 14 

Elihu. 14 



399 



400 

Elizabeth, 14 

Hezekial, 14 

Ichabod, 14 

John, 14, 45 

Jonathan, 15 

Paul, 14 

Robert, 14 

Samuel, 15 

Tamson( — ), 14 

Thomas, 14 

Wentworth, 15 
HAYMORE, Centenna, 229, 266 

Franklin Demarcus, 229 
HAYVVARD. Henry Howard. 87 

Lois, 65 

Rebecca, 85 
HEAP, Agnes, 336 

Alva. 344 

Carlos (Hargis), 313,318 

Delia. 313.318,321 

Duella, 313,318 

Inez, 333, 345 

John, 333, 345. 346, 364 

John Darius, 345 

Kenneth Marion, 344 

Larry A. , 344 

Levi, 313,318 

Luetta, 333. 345,348, 364 

Lydon Herschel (Hargis), 313, 

318 

Margaret Lavema, 313,318 

Milford, 333.345 

Orin Edward, 333, 346 

Valdee, 344 

Verla May, 318 

William Henry, 313 
HEARD, Abigail, 23 

Abigail (---), 23 

Benjamin, 22 

Dorcas, 2^ 

Elizabeth ,23,41 

Hannah, 23 

John,4. 22, 23, 25,41 

Joseph, 23 

Katherine, 23 v • 



Mary. 4. 22,23.41 
Nathaniel, 23 

Phebe ( — ). 23 

Rebecca, 18 
Samuel, 23 

Tristram, 23 

William, 23 
HEATH. Joseph, 1 7 
HEAUTER, Dora, 338 
HECK, Allyn Richard, 273 

John Allyn, 273 

John Larring, 272 • 

Shirley Hannah, 273 
HEINER, Albert Pumell, 327, 338 

Betty Jean, 337 

Claude Lindsay, 337 

Claude Purnell, 327, 337 

Dale Moroni, 337 

Daniel, 327 

Daniel Pumell, 327,338 

Daniel Thorup, 338 

Diane Heauter, 338 

Doreen Heauter, 338 

Frank Purnell, 327, 338 

Florence Joy, 338 

Florence Purnell, 327, 338 

Gary Heauter, 338 

Glen Pumell, 327 

lona Pumell, 327, 337 

Janette Eddington, 338 

Joan Thorup, 338 

Judith Thorup, 338 

Kathleen Eddington, 338 

Keith P. , 338 

Keith Purnell, 327, 338 

Louise Pumell, 327,338 

Maureen Heauter, 338 

Moroni, 327,337,338 

Moroni Purnell,, 327 

Paul Eddington, 338 

Stanley Lii*dsay, 337 

Verna Purnell, 327,338 . 
HELLEWELL, Mary A. , 188 . 
HELMES, William, 44 
HEMINS, Sabina. 30 



HEMMERT, Cleo Mae, 345, 348 

Dee, 348 

Lawrence, 345, 348 

Ranell, 348 

Wendell, 345, 348 
HENDRICK, Daniel, 38 
HENDRICKS, ,B. O. , 115 

Ethel Allen, 140, 170 

Janies Warren, 140 

J. W. 121 

Marrlner William, 140, 170 

Ruth Allen, 140 

William D. , 1 25, 1 26, 1 27 
HENDRICKSON. Clair Richards, 
341 

Dexter, 213 

Elden Allen, 34 i 

Joseph Alien, 341 

Joseph Richards, 341 

Merle Richards, 341 
HENDRIX, Philip. 157 
HENNINGER. Ethel, 152 
HENRICKSEN, Diane, 173 

Nephi Joseph, 173 

Margaret, 173 
Mary Jo, 173 
HENSON, Alfred, II, 123. 349 

LiviniaMeriam,il,i22,i23, 124, 

349.350.351.352.353.354 
HEPPLER, Kathleen Rose, 171 

Patricia Kay, 171 

Stbrling Kendall, 170, 171 
HEPWORTH, Allen, 346 

Diana, 348 

Elvina, 319 

George Russell, 346 

Homer. 345.348 

Jed. 348 

Joanna, 346 

Judy, 348 

William, 31 
HERBERT, Clifford Owen, 182 

David Edwin, 182 

Dwight Edwin, 182 

Luther Owen, r82 



401 

Mary l.ou, [82 
HLRR, Glenda Louise. 339 

John Franklin. 192 

Lorrctta, 339 

Walter, 339 
HERRINGTON. Hannah, il 
HERSEY. Maria (• --), 18 
HEYWARD. Mehitable, 53 
HIBBARD, Hannah. -}-J 
HIBBERT, Mr., 94 
HICKEN, Florence Cummuigs, 347 
HICKS, Eliza, 6 

Lydia, 6 

Margaret. 4 
HIETT, Zelora Mae, 275 
HIGBY, John M. , 96 
HIGGINS, James. 73 
HILL, Arthur, 363 

Hannah, 37,84 

Ida Deborah, 210 

Joseph, 37,39 

Miss, 16 

Permilia Jane, 224 

Thomas Arthur, 363 

Valentine, 26 

Wanen, 203 

William, 66 

Zerviah, 59 
HILLY ARD, Emma Elaine. 357 
HINCKLEY, Edwin C, Jr., 214 

Seth, 49 
HIRONS, James P. , 99 
HITCHCOCK. Jerusha, 26 

Mary, 78 
HOAGLAND, James Taylor. 315 

Vera Andrus, 315,320,321 
HOBBS, Grace, 306 

Minnie, 304 
HOBBY, John, 75 

Jonathan, 75 
HODGES, Edwin, 204 

Gary Edwin, 204 

George, 204 

Jaylene, 204 

Mary Louise, 184 



402 

Quinn Richard, 204 

Stephen Kay, 204 
HODGESON, Horace, 9 

Robert, 27 
HODGKINS, Elizabeth. 76 
HOGAN, Beatrice, 212 

G. A. , 131 

Goudy, 126 
HOGGAN, James, 294 

Jerry Matkin, 294 

Julia Constance, 294 

Robert Bruce, 294 

Robert Morn, 294 
HOISINGTON. Nora, 315 
HOIT, Betty, 5 
HOLCOMB, Mary, 19 
HOLDEN, Harriet Ruby, 167 

Hany, 167 
HOLDRIDGE, Abigail, 23 

Isabel(---), 4, 23.36 

John, 23 

Mary, 23, 24 

Mehitable, 4, 23, 24, 36 

Rebecca, 23 

Samuel, 24 

Sarah, 23 

William, 4, 23, 36 
HOLLERIS, Magda Marie, 358 
HOLLET, John, 38 
HOLLINGSWORTH, Austin Earl , 
206, 214 

Henry Austin, 206 

Howard Earl, 206 

Paul M. , 206 

Phyllis, 206, 214 

Renee, 206 
HOLLY, Martha, 68 
HOLMES, Isaac, 75 

Joshua, 1 1 

Thomas, 23 
HOLM AN. Clara, 305 

Laura Jane, 304 
HOLT, Adam Clark, 229 

Alice May 159 

Barbara Joyce, 159 



Betty Lou, 159 

Emma Rebecca, 229, 265, 266 

John Edward, 159 

John Henry, 159 
HOLYOKE, Eleazer, 51,86 
HOMER, Anna Eliza, 135 

John Kenneth, 362 

Kenneth John, 362 
HOOKER, Thomas. 86 
HOOPES, Elizabeth Adelaide, 10, 
104, 105,107,108,215,216,217, 
219, 220, 222, 223,224 

Wamer, 10, 215 
HOOTON, Isabel, 43 
HOPKINS, Abigail, 63,75 

Anna, 65 

Anthony Paddock, 66 

Azubah, 65 

Benjamin. 64 

Betsey, 66 

Caleb, 63 

Constance, 63 

Damaris, 63 

Deborah, 10, 46, 63, 66, 70, 92 

Desire, 64,65 

Ebenezer, 50 

Edmund, 66 

Elijah, 46,65,66,69,70,72,78 

Elizabeth, 63, 64 

Giles, 46, 63, 73, 88 

Hannah, 64 

Hannah (-— ), 65 

Heman, 65 
Hezekiah, 65 
Jerusha, 66 
John. 63,64,65 
Joseph, 49, 64,73 
Joshua, 63 
Josiah, 65 

Judah, 46,64,65.73 
Laura, 66 
Lois, 66 
Lucy, 66 
Luman, 65 
Luna, 66 



403 



V Martha, 64 
Mary, 63, 64, 65 
Mindwell, 66 
Moses. 49 
Nathdnlel, 64, 73 
Oceanus, 63 
Polly. 66 
Rebecca, 64.65 
Rossiter, 65 

Ruth, 46, 62, 63, 64, 66, 73 
Samuel, 64,65 
Silvanus, 46,49,64,65 
Stephen, 46, 62, 63, 64, 75 
Truman, 65 
Uriah, 65 
William, 63 
Winnie, 203 
HORN, George Robert, 264 
Susan Marie, 264 
Wilmar George. 264 
HORNE, Daniel, 41 
Edith, 158 
Elizabeth, 41 
Henry J., 105 
Isaac, 15 
James Malen, 224 
John, 22, 41 , 
Lydia, 15 
Mary 14,41 
Mary (---), 4^ 
Nora Belle, 224, 258, 259 
William, 41 
HORSLEY, George Stratford, 1 80 

Marjorie, 1 80 
HORTON, Roy H. , Jr. . 265 

William Harold, 265 
HOTCHKISS. Margaret, 70 
HOUGH, James, 2i 

William, 29 
HOWARD, Henry, 87 

William, 17 
HOWELL. Edith, 179 
Henry Edwin, 179 
R. Bert. 213 
HOWES. Hope, 82 



Jeremiah, 79 

Joseph. 7\ 

Mary, (-r), 79 

Sarah, 64,82 

Thomas, 79 
HOWLAND, Arthur, 79 
HOWSE, Alice.(--),24,28 

Elizabeth (--), 24 

Hannah, 24, 28, 58 

Henry, 24 

John, 24. 28 

Priscilla, 24 

Samuel, 24 

Thomas. 24 
HOYT, Abigail, 68 

Ephraim, 17 

Mercy, 54 

Sarah, 54 

Zerubebel, 68 
HUBBARD, Vara, 293 
HUBBEL, Abigail, 59 

Ephraim, 59 
HUCKINS, Sarah, 9, 14 
HUGGINS, Anna, 24 

Bridget, 24 

Bridget (? Green), 4, 5, 24 

Elizabeth, 24 

Esther, 24, 

Jessie lola, 226 

John, 4.5.24 

Judith (Berry), 24 

Martha, 24 

Mary, 24 

Nathaniel, 24, 30 

Robert, 24 

Sarah (---), 24 

Susanna,4, 5, 24 
HUGHES, Ann, 103 

Elizabeth, 300 
HUGIE, LaRue. 321 
HUISH, Vivian Florette, 256 
HULET. Lillian, 241 

Sylvester Silas. 241 
HULL, Agnes (—), 25 
Amzi. (Dr.). 67 



404 

Benjamin, 26 

Blanche (---). 25 

Dodavah, 26 

Dorothy, 25 

Elizabeth 4, 22, 25 

George, 25 

Griselda, 25 

Hazel Lavon, 183 

Hopewell, 2D 

Joanna, 22, 25 

Joanne ( — ), 2$ 

John, 25 

Joseph, 22,25 

Margaret. (--), 26 

Naomi, 26 

Phineas, 26 

Priscilla, 26 

Reuben, 26 

Richard, 25 

Robert, 25 

Ruth, 26 

Samuel, 20, 26 

Sarah, 20, 26 

Sarah (--)(Phippen), 25 

Temperance, 25 

Thomas, 25 

Tristram, 25 

Willard, 183 

William, 25 
H-ULTON, Helen (Humphrey), 32 
HUMAN, Martha Jane, 243 
HUMMEL, Carrol Bun. 338 

Gail Heiner, 338 

Lynne Heiner, 338 
HUMPHREY, Margery, 89 
HUMPHREYS, Charles Edward, 173 

Dale Allen, 353 

DeEtte Mary, 353 

Eva, 173 

Lavon Stewart, 353 

Thomas Hyrum, 353 
HUNGERFORD, Esther, 52 

Hannah, 85 

Sarah, 85 

Thomas, 85,89 



HUNSAKER, Edna Melissa, 271 
HUNT, Clarence S. , 72 

Mary, 39 
HUNTER, Allen Baird, 320 

Arvel Hatch, 320 

Claire Faye, 330, 342 

Franklin Walker, 320 

Jeanne Goaslind, 330 

Jessie Irene, 170 

LOTin Tunis, 330, 342 

William Tauman, 330 
HUNTINGTON, John, 29 
HUNY. Clarence. 72 
HURLBUT, Cornelius. 51 
HURLEY, Marion Charlotte, 250 
HURST, Jeanette, 296 
HUSSEY, Margaret, 298 
HUSTED, Moses, 75 
Mr.. 65,69 

Rebecca, 79 
HUTCHINSON, Mrs. Anne, 41 
HYDEN, Cecil Juan, 184 

Marion, 184 

Ruben, 184 

Sidney L. , 184 
HYDE, Orson, 98,101,102 
HYER. AndrewWilliam, 357 

Brigham, 283 

Edgar Andrew, 357 

Elaine Alien 357 

Ellen. 156 

Warren Allen, 357 

Wavie lone, 283, 291 
HYLAND, Thomas, 38 



I 



ILSLEY, John, 24 

INGLIS, Jack Wallace, 264 

Sharon Lorraina, 264 
LNGRAM, Abigail(Holmes), 1 1 
IPSON, Carol Gean, 249 

Hyrum Madsen, 249 

Joseph, 249 

Madalene, 249 



IRVINE, Aileen. 188 



JACK, Negro, 23 
JACKMAN, Catherine Willamina, 
262 
Henry William, 262 

Mr. , 1 00 

JACKSON, Emma. 360 

John, 30 

Margaret Ellen, 293 
JAMES, Abigail, 38 

Isabel. 86 
JENKINS, David Henry, 200 

El Dean, 346 

John, 73 

John Davis, 202,213 

Lowell, 346 

Mehitable, 61 

Myrtle Leone, 200 

Nlla Catherine, 202 

Roye John, 202, 213 

Ruby Jane, 202, 213 

Ruth Mary, 202 

Sarah, 73 

Thomas, 61 
JENNESS, Hannah, 31 
JENNINGS, Eleanor, 244 
JENSEN, Alverta, 162 

Anna Elly Sigrid, 267 

Barbara Grace, 347 

Bodella, 308 

Clara, 337 

Claudis J. , 347 

Ella, 281 

Larue Anna, 172 
JEN SON, Elnora, 290 

George D. , 309 
JEPSEN, Hyrum, 189 
JEPSON, Leonard, 174 

Myrtle Gladys, 174 

Vera, 189 
JERGENSON, Mary, 314 
JEWELL, Hannah, 76 



405 



Thomas, 76 
JOHANSEN, Julia Tea. 221,327 

Martha Christina. 103 
JOHANSOX, Florence. 171 
JOHNSON. Allen, 350 

Allen Andrew, 151, 188 

Amanda Dagmar, 347 

Andrew Anton. 151, 187, 188 

Arlene, 364 

Booker Elmo, 151, 187 

Connie. 188 

Carolyn. 342 

Dean Henry, 35c, 357 

Donald Lee, 170 

Dwight, 355 

Earl. 188 

Edward Levi, 350 

Elizabeth. 8 

Evelyn Jean, 355, 363 

George Lowell. 151 

Gladys Estella. 225, 260, 261 

Harry W. , 364 

Ivan Glenn, 188 

James, 33 

Janet Kaye. 342 

Joseph Ezekiel. 225 

Karen, 188 

Kia, 187 

Larry. 188 

Lars Christian, 151 

Lars Christine, 350 

Leola Maurine, 180 

Lillie Belle, 188 

Louis Henry, 350, 355. 356, 357 

Lula, 356 

Lyman Leon, 350 355 363 

Martha A. (---), 180 

Melvin Lars, 343 

Merle Donald, 170 

Nora, 270 

Ore Wendell, 350, 355 

Portia Bonne, 151 187 

Richard Allen, 188 

Richard Edward, 356 

Ruby Larcne, 330, 357 



4o6 

Sheldon Chris, 342 
Stephen, 212 
Sylvia. 350.356 

Thyra, 350,356 

True, 180 

Violet. 343 

Virgil Leon, 355 

William, 8. 20 

Tarda, 137 
JOLLEY, Washington, 119 
JONES, Alan Clair, 303 

Ann, 304 

Annie Eliza, 10, 105, 108, 215, 

225. 226, 227, 228 

Dorothy, 81 

Earlene (Pond), 272 

Elizabeth, 81 

Elva, 363 

Experience, 24 

George B. . 243, 272 

James Allen. 10, ! 08, 215 

Jenkins, 23 

Josiah, 47 

Katie, 330 

Lloyd, 244 

Marjorie Yvonne, 243, 272 

Norma Louise, 244 

Ralph. 57 

Richard, 81 

Samuel, 81 

Teague, 47 

Victor Miles, 303 

William A. , 243 
JORDAN, Mrs. Clarissa, 9 
JORGENSEN, Alice, 189 

Barbara, 201 

Betty, 200 

Blanch, 200 .. : 

Carl, 200 

Carl Aram, 189 

Daniel Drew, 244 

Daniel H. , 244 

David Drew, 244 

Estella, 200 . 

lola, 200 



Iris, 189 
Jack, 200 
James, 200 
Lucy, 189 
Luddie. 200 
Marianne Pearl. 244 
Nephi, 188 
Pearl Eliza, ^66 
Ross Nephi, 188 
JUDD, William Reid, 176 

K 

K AGGIE, Catherine Ann, 176 

Frank, 175 
KAMPS, Allen Eugene. 211 

Bert Allen, 21 1 

Fred Alfred, 21 1 

Fred Harold, 21 1 

Jean Alberta, 211 
KARTCHNER, Alvin Howard, 183 

nene, 184 

Rodney Alvin, 183 
KASSON, Adam, 46,66,67 

Archibald, 67 

Deborah (— ) (McCall), 67 

Elizabeth, 66 

Esther, 67 

George, 67 

George Dixon, 67 

Huldah (---) (Maltby), 69 

James, 46,53,66,67.69 

Jane, 67 

John, 66 

Margaret, 46,67,69 

Mary Ann, 67 

Olive, 67 

Samuel. 66, 67 

Sarah, 67 

Thomas, 66 

William. 66 
KAUFMAN, Margaret, 336 
KAUTZ. Ethel, 318 
KEARNS, Gladys Mahala, 174 
KEELER, Alma Nephi, 165 



Verla lone, 165 
KELLOGG, Hannah, 52 

Samuel, 51 
KELLY, James H. 364 

Raymond Jonathan, 267 

Roger, 24 

Rosalie, 267 
KELSEY, Sarah, 60 
KEMP, Mary, 262 
KEMPTON, Ira N. , 234 

Rita, 234 

Zilpha Miriam, 272 
KENDALL A. D. , 178 

Betty June, 178 
KEN 1ST ON, Bridget, 37 
KENNARD, John, 85 
KENNEDY, Curtis, 318 
KENNISTON, Sarah, 5 
KENT, Alton Jack, 347 

Bonnie Jean, 347 
KERSHAW, Beatrice, 203,214 

Thomas, 203 
KEY, Mrs. Betteris, 17 
KIDD, Harriet, 336 

Mr. , 1 1 1 
KIMBALL, Dorcas, 16 

Ezra, 41 

Hannah, 83 

Mary, 83 
KIMMIN, Moses. 18 
KING, Mary. 35 

William, 69 
KINGHORN, Louise Ellen, 173 
KINGSBURY, Allen Calvin, 189 

Calvin Haight, 189 

Ebenezer, 83 

La Raine, [89 

Roy Partridge, 189 
KINGSFORD, George, 1 25 
KINGSLEY, Dorothy, -Jl 
KIRBY, Alice, 188 

George Delos, 137, 166, 167 
KIRK, Dorothy, 282 
KIRKHAM, Lagrande, 203 

Sarah Edith. 341 



407 



KIRVVAN, Edward, 207 

Joseph T. , 207 

Leslcc Susan, 207 
KITRELL. Martha, 11. 311 
KITZMILLER. Alta. 187 
KNAPP, Abel C. , 71 

Abraliam, 69 

Albert Eaton, 67 

Alice. 71.72 

Alice M. , 72 

Almira B. . 71 

Alvira, 71,72 

Andrew J. (Abishar),7i 

Ann, 32 

Anna, 69 

Caleb. 46,67.68,74.82 

Calvin, 1 0, 46, 66, 70, 72. 90 

Caroline, 70 

Carrie ( — ), 72 

Charles, 68,70 

Charles B. , 71 

Charles M. , 71 

Clarinda, 10,46,71.90,92,109, 

113, 116,120,129,193,215,277, 

208,311,323,349 

Clarissa. 71 

Daniel W. , 71 

David, 69 

Deborah, 69 

Deborah (---), 72 

Diana, 71 

Ebenezer, 69 

Ebenezer Kasson, 69 

Eleanor ( — -). 46,68 

Eliza (—), 70 

Elizabeth Ann, 70 

Emeline, 70 

Esther, 69 

Esther Ann, 71 

Evan L. , fl 

Fanny E. , "Jo 

Fannie M. ( — ). 71 

Garry, 70 

Garwood, 76 

Garwood L. , 70 



4o8 
George W., 71 
Grace, 71 
Hannah, 67.68,82 
Harriet, 72 
Harriet L, 70 
Harriet M. , 71 
Henry L, , 70 
Hiram Alonzo, 72 
Isaac, 69 
Jabez, 69 
James C. , 71 
James Duncan, 71 
Jane, 65,66,69 
Jared, 69 
Jemima, 69 
Jennie A. , 72 
Jennie L. , 71 
Jeremiah, 71 
Jeremiah Rundell, 71 
Joel, 69 
John, 46,54,68 
Jonathan, 68 
Joshua, 68,69 
Laura, 70 
Lois, 71 

Lydia, 67,68,70 
Malina, 71 
Martha, 72 
Mary, 71 
Mary M. , 72 
Mary Ann, 69 

Moses, 46, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 75 
Mylo, 69,70 
Nellie E. , 72 
Nellie Montgomery, 72 
Nicholas, 46,67,68 
Noah, 69 
Noble, 70 

Olive, 70,71,72- 
Orrin Calvin, 72 
Peter, 68 
Phebe, 69,72 
Phebe D. , 71 
- Ruth, 68, 54 
Samuel, 68 



Sarah, 46, 67, 68, 69, 74 

Seymour, 70 

Seymour H. , 71 

Susan, 69 

Tamson, 69,70 

Theodore P. , 71 

Timothy, 67,68 

Unity (—-XBrown) (Buxton), 68 

Walker, 69 

Walter B, , 70 

William H.. 71 
KNEELAND, Benjamin, 59 
KNIGHT, Ann, 253 

Ann(-— ), 26 

Elizabeth, 14,22,26,44 

Elizabeth (-—). 4.26,44 

Ezekiel, 4,26,27,44 

Frances, 253 

Sarah (— ) Littlefield, 27 
KNOTT, Martha, 53 
KNOWLES, Barbara, 73 

Ena Elachel, 199, 364 . 

Hannah, 31 

John (Col.), 82 

John Kalup, 199 
KOFOED, James Hans, 152 

Lucy May. 152, 188, 189 
KORTZ, Katherine Elizabeth, 355 
KOYLE, Emma Rebecca, 361 



LACY, Ami, 193 
LADD, Deborah, 8 

Nathaniel, 36 
LADLE, Camilla Venlta, 162 
LA FRANCHI, Paul, 364 
LAGERSON, Fredrick Andrew, 291 

Fredrick Lee, 291 

Harvey Andrew, 29 1 

Peggy Christine, 291 

Sally Annette, 291 
LAKE, Eleckeda Dieann, 283 
LALLIS, Mary Jane, 138 
LAMB, Seul, 114 



Susan, 330 
LAMONT, Agnes Grace, 336, 348 

James Hunter, 336 
LANCASTER, Edward Lee, 341 
LANCH, Jack, 164 

Margie, 164 

Mary, 164 
LANDING, Ezra, 92 
LANE, Linda Lee, 259 

Lucinda, 296 

Ora (— ), 259 

Roy E. , 259 

Samuel L, , 259 

Vickie Sue, 259 
LANGSTAFF, Henry, 33 
LAPIERRE, Annabel, 295 
LARRABEE, Sarah, 39 

Thomas, 39 
LARSEN, Ada, 325,332,344 

Alberta C. , 331,342 

Aldene, 331,343 

Alton Ellerman, 331 

Anella or Atella Goaslind, 325 , 

332. 343. 344 
Averill Joyce, 287 

Camma, 343 

Christian John, 325 

Clarinda, 325 

Claytor Melvin, 331, 343 

Dale Owen, 287, 296 

David Lorenzo, 293 

Effie, 325 

Elias Marvel, 325, 331. 342 

Eiias Siverne, 325, 32(3, 331 , 332 

Erastus, 125 

Erastus Snow, 286 

E.S., 125 

Eugenia Mae, 331,342 

Florine Marshall, 206 

Garth Snow. 287.296 

John C, 114. 127 

Joan, 343 

J.P. . 125 

Judith Dcanna, 292, 293 

Lenore June, 331.343 



409 
Lula, 205 
Mary, 282 

Melvin Goaslind, 325, 331 , 343 
Owen E. , 386,387,296 
Selma Capitola, 291 
Vemer C, 206 

LARSON, Donald H. , 319 

Gayle, 319 

Gustave T. , 319 

J. C. , 122 

Laval. 319 

Mary Orpha. 304 
LATHAM, Carey, 12 

Lucy, 12 
LATHROP, LOTHROPt or LOVV- 
THROPPE, Abigail, 29 

Andrew, 27 

Anna (---), 28 

Anne, 27, 28, 29 

Anne (---), 28 

Audrey, 27 

Barbara, 29 

Barnabas, 29 

Batholomew, 28 

Bathsha, 29 

Benjamin, 29 

Catherine, 27 

Elizabeth, 27, 29, 34 

Elizabeth (---), 27 

Ellen (—-), 27 

Isabel, 28 

Israel, 27, 29 

Jane, 28, 46, 57, 58 

Jane. (---), 27 

John. 24.27,28,29,34.58 

Joseph, 28, 29 

Lawrence, 27.28 

Lucy, 28 

Margaret, 27, 28 

Mark, 2S 

Martha, 29 

Martha, (---), 29 

Martha, (---) Perkins. 29 

Martin, 1"] 

Mary, 27 



410 

Richard, 28 

Robert, 27 

Samuel. 4. 29, 34, 35 

Sarah, 4, 29. 34 

Sarah (Royce), 20 

Thomas, 27, 28 

William, 28 
LAURENSEN, Nellie, 142 
LAWRENCE, Antonie, 17 

Hannah, 82 

M'ehitable, 37 

Thomas, 68.82 
LAW SON. John, 44 

Lois Maxine, 172 

Minerva Ann, 108,215 

Minervia Ann, 10, 

Ray Clifton, 172 
LAY, Temperance, 19 
LAYNE, Florence Elizabeth, 309 

Mary Isadore, 302 
LAYPATH. Barbara Lee, 161 

Richard, 161 

Richard Allen. 161 
LAYTON, Delbert Claridge, 247 

Delbcrt Scott, 247 

Flossie, 149, 184 

Gayle, 247 

Leslie William. 247 

Xell Louise, 247 

Oscar George, 149 

Samuel Allen, 247 
LEAXE, Abigail, 74 
LEATHAM, Ardis Corbett, 163 

Daniel Corbett, 163 

Horace Lloyd, 162 

Janet Corbett, 163 

Robert Jay Corbett, 163 

Robert Painter, 162 
LEAVENWORTH, Gideon (C a pt. ) 

67 

LEAVITT, Barbara. 233 

, Bert Randall, 233. 267 

Darlcne, 292 

Donna Jo, 267 

Fawn, 234 



Fern, 234 

Floyd Lyman, 233 

Garold W. , 292 

Garry M. , 292 

Golden Carbridge, 292 

Joe Ann, 233 

John Seymour, 233 

Joseph Allen, 233, 267 

Joseph Collins, 233, 267, 268 

Lyman, 233 

Marlcne, 292 

Moneta, 233, 268 

Muriel Jean, 267 

Samuel, 36 

William, 292 
le DESPENCER, Klargery, 43 
LEE, Albert H. , 248 

Bernice, 246 

Bridget. 56 

Claude, 243, 272 

Duane Purnell, 339 

Enid, 339 

Eunice, 21 

Fannie Emma, 201 

Faye, 248 

Gerald Kay, 339 

Hazel, 243, 272 

Imogene, 191 

John Willard, 243 

Karan Feris, 243 

Kirkham Lawrence, 339 

Lawrence Willard, 243 

Mabel Smith, 1 91 

Minnie Joan. 339 

Roger Moylf!, 339 

Tryphosa, 75,87 

Winston Delano, 339 
LEGATE, John, 24 
LEICESTER. John, 37 
LEIGHTON, Elizabeth ( — -), 45 
LEMARE, Janet, 364 
LEMMON, Nellie May, 135. 158, 
159, 160 

Willis, 135 
LENTOis', Agnes, 32,43 



John, 32 
L£ TYLAS, Joan, 43 

Richard, 43 
LEWIS, Abraham. 30 

Annie Elizabeth, 219 

Clara Jane, 219 

Dewey Edward, 356 

Elisha, 356 

Gary Theron, 308 

George. 73 

John, 64 

John M. , 105 

Joseph, 308 

Leonard. 356 

Luann, 308 

Lula Jane, 149 

Margaret, 285 

Michael Paul, 296 

Milo Claw son, 286, 296 

Patricia Yvonne, 356 

Paul Clawson, 286, 296 

Philip, 32 

Riley, 286 

Ronnie Loren, 308 

Ruth, 5 1 

Sarah, 61,73 

Sharon Louisa, 356 

Tawna Rose, 296 

Theron Joseph, 308 

Va Nile, 286, 296 
LEYMON, lola M. , 285 

Ita M, , 285 
LIBBEY, Isaac, 41 

Joanna, 6 
LIKES,Lillie Lavonia, 360 

Mr., 364 
LILLY WHITE; Charles Wilden, 231 

Ida, 231,267 
LINCOLN, Hannah, 49 

Mercy, 64 

Mr., 107 

Rachel, 64 

Rachel (---), 75 
LIND, Fred Arnold, 244 

Walter E. , 244 



411 



LINDBLOM, Arlow Orval, 187 

John, 187 
LINDEMAN, Carol. 160 
John, 160 
Jolinie Ray, 160 
Ray Edward, 160 
LINDSAY, Joseph. 337 
Lona Towler, 337 
Oscar Joseph, 226 
William James, 226 
LINER, Anne, 84 
LINGE, Alice, 55 
LINLEY, Lula Rensy, 251 
LINNAL, Bethia (Atkins), 63 
LIPE, Aiiios Valsniine, 226 
Anita Ariel, 227, 264 
Barbara Jean. 227. 264 
Georgia Lynri, 227 
Howard Johnny Lentell, 226, 264 
Melza Nadine, 227, 264 
Norma Lee. 227 
Thelma Pauline, 227, 264 
LISSEN, Alice (---), 30 
Elizabeth, 30 
Hannah, 30 

Jane (---), 3c 

Mary, 4, 18,30,35 

Nicholas, 29, 35 
LITTLEFIELD, Thomas. 27 
LOCKE, Alice, 31 

Deborah, 4, 6, 31 

Dorothy. 31 

Edward, 31 

Elizabeth, 8, 31 

Elizabeth(-— ),4,6, 31 

James, 31 

Jethro, 31 

John, 4.6,13,30,31 

Joseph, 30,31 

Judith, 13,30 

Mary, 31 

Mehitable, 31 

Nathaniel, 13,30.31 

Rebecca, 31 

Sabina, 30 



412 

Sarah. (—). 31 

Thomas, 30 

Tryphena, 31 

William, 31 
LOCKHART, Margaret, 302 
LOCK WOOD, Jonathan. 54 

Robert, 54 

Titus, 69 
LOGAN, Shedrack, 62 
LOGSDON, Allen Paul, 157 

Jennings Barney, 157 

William, 157 
LOMBARD, Abigail, 61 
LONG, Elmo, 251 

Robert Hector, 251 
LOOMIS, Elizabeth Ann, 70 

Ellen, 70 

Jacob, 70 

Sarah, 52 

Seneca J. , 70 
LOVELAND, Dick C. , 308 

Vernon^ 308 
LOVELL, Hannah, 48 
LOV BRING, Daniel, 36 

Esther, 26 

John, 45 

William, 36 
LOW DEN, Dorothy, 28 
LOWE, Betsy, 130, 131,138. 139, 
140, 141, 142 

Ellen, 130, 131, 142, 143. 144,145 

146 

Frances C. , 288 

Freeda, 165 

James Wilson, 163 

Laura Jane, 317 

Robert, 288 

Rozella, 175 

Thomas, 130 
LOWER, Elizabeth, 35 

Johft. 35 
LUBER, Minnie. 285 
LUDDINGTON, Betsey, 70 

Polly, 70 
LUDLOW, Mary Bemita, 183 



LUMPKIN. Thomasin, 73 
LUND, Leona, 252 
LUNDBERG, Donna, 169 
LUNDGREN, Elmo, 288 

Joel Stanley, 288 

LaRene, 288 

Laurel Stanley, 288 

Rex Jay, 288 

Stanley Elmo, 288 
LYMAN, Amasa, 98 

Mary, 20 

Mr.. 71 
LYNCH, Anita Diane, 181 

Martin Francis, rSo 

Patrick Maurice, 180 

Robert Dale, 181 
LYNN, Agnes, 32 
LYON, Allen William, 167 

Charles Leonard, 167 

Gwen, 167 

Karl Ross. 167 

Renee, 167 
LYONS, Ann, 212 

Jane. 212 

Jesse C, , 212 

Jesse David, 212 

Mark Edward, 212 

Muriel, 212 

Nancy Jean. 212 

William, 32 

Mc 

McBRIDE. Beatrice, 212 

Leonard, 21 2 
McBROOM, Carolyn, 26] 

Elmo, 260 
McCALL, Deborah, 67 
McCARREL, Afton Kaye, 207 

Brent Merrill, 207 

Charles, 206 

Elizabeth, 261 

Emma Lee, 207 

H. Denis,. 206 

Highes Giil, 206 



Nancy, 207 
Mc CARRY, Mr. , 99 
McCLELLAN, David Alvin, 239 

Hortense, 239, 268, 269, 270 
McCLENDON, Clarence U Allen. 
229, 

Eugene. 229 

Hazel. 228 

James Howard, 228, 229, 265 

Lawrence Allen, 229 

Leona, 228, 265 

Lorana, 229 

Lorena, 229 

.Sarah Melissa, 223 

Shirley, 229 

William Allen, 228 

William Thomas, 228 
McCULLOUGH, Lydia jean, 256 
Mcdowell, Bessie Zoe, 253 
McENTlRE, Earl Ray, 291 

Wells, 291 
McFERSON, Deliah, 143 
McGAVIN, .Amelia Lucile, 302, 
308 

Blanche Louise, 302, 307 

Dottie Margaret, 302 

Georgia May, 302, 308 

James Dunn, 302 

Lorin, 302, 307, 308 

Lorin Keith, 302 

Neita Cleone, 302,308 

Nolan Chad, 302 

Robert Gorden, 302 
McGEE, Claron Vern, 344 

Claude C. , 183 

Howard Burnell, 183 

Howard Rich, 184 

LeRoy, 344' 

Margaret, 341 
McGREEN, Edwin, 97 
McILMAYLE, Merle Ruth, 213 
McINTOSH, Maude Margaret. 311 
313,318 

Sidney Ray, 31 1 

Solomon Parks, 311,313 



4'3 



McKAY, Elizabeth, 66 
McKEEVER, lima Manone, 266 
McKIERNAN, Betty Jo, 346 

Jack R, , 346 
Patricia Ann, 346 

Mclaughlin, Dcibenc. . 321 

McLENNON, John C. . 340 

Ruth. 340 
McMAHON. Anna. 244 
McMURRIN, Alice, Mae. 154 

James Albert, 154, 190, nji 

James Allen, 154, 190 

James LeaiuT, 154 

Janet Lucille, 154, 191 

John, 191 

Marcia, 190 
McNEAL, Velma, 302 
McNEIL, Margaret, 310 
McQUEEN, Pauline, 264 

M 

MABEY, Albert, 188 

Phyllis. 188 
MACDONALD, A. F. , 1 05 
MACFEE, William , 9 
MACKNIN, Isadore, 260 

Rose, 260 
MADDOX, Oneda, 165 
MADISON, Matilda, 350 
MADIVER, Joel, 76 

Manha or Mary, 76 
MADSON, Matilda, 151 

Ruby, 206 
MAGOON, Alexander, 30 

Henry, 30 
MAIN, Mary, 15 
MAKER, John, 64 
MALLORY, Carol Gene, 305 

Charles Lemuel, 305 

Douglas Robinion, 303 

LeRoy, 305 

Ray Willard, 305 
MALTBY, Noah; 69 
MANDEVILLE, Thorpe, 72 



4M 

MANN, Edith Grant, 169 

MANNING. Mary. 26 

MANTLE, Bobbie Ethel, 184 

MAN WARING, Harold Quinton, 

171 

MARBURY, Alice, 32 

Anne, 31,32 

Catherine, 32, 43 

Catherine ( — ), 32 

Edward, 32 

Eleanor (---), 31 

Elizabeth, 31 

Francis, 32 

Humphrey, 32 

Jane, 31 

John, 31,32 

Xawrence, 32 

Margaret, 31, 

Mary, 31.32 

Robert, 31,32 

Thomas, 31, 32 

William, 31.32,43 
MARCH, Adam New, 42 

Lucy, 42 

Vera Marie, 288 
MARDEN. John, 13 
MARION. Hannah, 17 

John, 17, 35 
NLARSH, Alexander, 29 

Elizabeth, 52 
MARSHALL, Mrs. Elizabeth. 36 

Lola A. , 206 
MARSTON,(Capt. ) Johnathan, 38 

Prudence. (Swain), 16 

Rebecca. 36 

William, 30, 
MARTIN. Ann Eliza, 206 

Bettie Ruth Stapp, 251, 272 

Cheryle Ann, 359 

Lawrence Mark, 264 

Lerona Abigail Monroe, 141 

Lloyd W. , 251 

Mark Lawrence, 264 

Mary, 26 

Ronald Deryll Stapp, 251 



Samuel, 359 

Serferino, 264 

William Baird, 359 
MASON, Alice Gertrude, 159 

Capt. , 86 
MATHER, Alice, 159 

Katherine, 159 

Thomas Edgar, 159 

Thomas Edward. 159 

William, 159 

William Jay, 159 
MATHEWS, Benjamin F., 10, 117, 

298 

Mary, I03 

Mary Elizabeth, 10, 1 16, 1 17, 298. 

299. 300, 

Reuben Alexander, 299 
MATKIN, Andrew Charles, 284, 292, 

293 

Andrew Doyle. 293 
Annie, 284, 293 
Bert, 284 
Blanche. 284, 294 
Conrad. 284, 295 
David Royce, 293 
Eloise, 284, 295 
Fenton Allen. 284 
George Kayle. 293 
George Oriel, 284, 294 
George Quay 16,284, 292,293, 
294, 295 

Hilda Allen, 284, 292 
Jeanne, 294 
Kurtland, 295 
LaVar, 284 
Lavar, 295 
Lazella, 284 
Leota, 284, 293 
Margaret Marie, 293 
Marvin Jay, 293 
Ralph Oriel, 294 
Reuel Penrose, 294 
Ronald P. , 294 
Samuel. 284, 
MATTESON, Jennie. 168 



William Comstock, i68 
MATTHEWS. Benjamin. 25 

Esther, 89 
MATTOON, Mary, 24,35 

Mr. , 24 
MAUGHAN, Betty Jo, 177 

James C. , 177 

James Ralph, 177 

Nancy Carol, 177 

Rachel Ann Fames, 175 

Ralph Clark, 177 
MAURY, James Maur)', 307 

Oscar, 307 
MAYNARD, John, 51.86 
MAYO, Anne, 62,73 

Bathsheba, 73 

Bridget. 72 

Edward, 72 

Elizabeth, 62,73 

Elizabeth (---), 72 

Hannah, 46,64,73 

John, 64,.72,73.76 

Jonatharr. 73 

Joyce, 72 

Mary, 64,73 

Mercy, 64,73,81 

Mercy (Young), 73 

Nathaniel, 46,73,79 

Rebecca, 64,73 

Samuel, 46,62,63,64,73 

Sarah, 73 

Tamison (---), 72 

Theophilus, 73 

Thomas, 72,73 
MEAD, Abigail, 74,75 

Benjamin, 74 

Caleb. 75 

David, 74,75 

Ebenezer, 46, 68, 69, 74, 75 

Hannah, 74,75 

Hannah ( — ), 74 

Jabez, 75 

Jard, 69 

Jemima, 46, 65, 69, 75 

John, 46,74.78 



415 



Jonathan, 74 
Josepli, 74 
Martha, 68,74 
Mary, 74 
Mary. (---), 74 
Nathaniel. 74 
l^chel (---), 74 
Samuel, 74 
Sarah, 75 
Susanna, 75 
William, 46,74 

MECHAM, Emma Waitstill. 220, 

222 

MEIER, John, 166 

MEIKLE, Carol Lorene, 306 

Donald Paul, 301, 306 

Earl, 301,306 

Francis Arthur, 301 , 306 

Garry Richard, 306 

James, 300 

James Allen, 301, 306 

Joseph Arthur, 300, 30 1, 305, 306 

Joseph Glen, 301 

Larry Wayne, 306 

Lenora, 301, 306 

Marguerite, 301,305,310 

Mary Abigail, 301 , 305, 310 

Patricia, 306 

Sarah Louise, 301,306 

Tempie Iris, 30 1, 306 

William Earl, 306 

Zelda, 301, 305 
MELOON, Joseph, Jr.. 6 
MERCER, Mary Delia Arnup, 362 
MERRICK, Benjamin, 75 

Isaac, 75 

John, 75,82 

Joseph, 75 

Mary, 46.63,75 

Rebecca, 75 

Ruth. 75 

Sarah, 48,75 

Stephen, 75 

William, 46. 63, 75. 87 
MERRILL, Afton, 197.-06 



4i6 

Alma, 115 

Ann, 206 

Anne, 84 

Beth, 197,207 

Betsy, 6 

Blanche, 197,206,214 

Clinton B. , 197, 206 

Elizabeth Almira, 140 

Frank B. , 197,206 

Frank Thomas, 196, 206,207 

Georgia, 149,184 

Gerald, M. , 206 

Grant B. , 197,206 

Howard, B. , 197,206 

Howard Del, 206 

Kennith, 347 

M.W., 114 

Max Albert, 206 

Michale-W. , 206 

Mr., 8 

Noreen, 206 

O. D. . 149 

Orrin Jackson, 1 97 

Samuel M. , 2o6 
MERRITT, Lena May, 314 

Levi Edward, 314,320 

Louise, 320 

Mary, 54 

Thomas, 54 
MERWIN, Matilda, 72 
MESERVE, Tamson, 22 
MESSINGER, Blake Smith, 258 

Horald Allen, 258 

James D. , 258 

Jeanne tte, 258 

Michael, 258 

Thomas Horald, 258 
MEYER, Dorothy Frances, 337 

Muritz, 337 
MICHAEL, Charles, 158 
MICK EL SON. Archie, 191 

Barry Clifford, 191 
Carol Ann, 191 
Clifford Peter, 19 r 
Steven Allen, 191 



MIDDLETON, Thomas, 32 
MIERZEJEVVSKl. Helen F. . 164 

Walter, 164 
MILANO, Donna Fraiicene, 267 

Francesco, 267 

Frank Ashael, 267 

Henri, 267 

Mi la Ann, 267 
MILES, Arlcne, 185 

Cecil Legrande, 184 

Hannah, 20 

Jeddie Leroy, 184 

Lois, 185 

Lorraine, 185 

Ruth Ingred, 208, 

Valarie, 185 

Venice Elane, 214 
MILLER, Ariel Larsen, 332 

Arthur, 212 

Barbara Jean, 291 

Bruce, 344 

Clinton Ray, 336, 347 

Daniel Charles, 347 

David Stockdale, 336, 348 

Don Larsen, 332 

Elias Larsen, 332 

Elizabeth, 37 

John Clarence, 290 

Karen Victoria, 291 

Kent Clinton, 347 

Lars Christian, 332 

Lynn Larsen, 332 

Martha, 45 

Mary, 45 
Mildred, 336,347 
Mr., 1 18 
Naiada, 332 
Naomi, 332, 344 
Nard Eldon, 336 
Nephi,336.347,348 
Nephi Ephraim, 336 
Otto Volmer, 332, 343, 344 
Peggy. 332 

Raymond Nephi, 336, 347, 348 
Rollo Larsen, 332 



4>7 



Stephen Larseii, 332, 344 

Verla Gean. 336 

Verne Allen, 291 

Verne Jenson, 290, 291 

Vicky Lynn, 348 

Volmer Larsen, 332, 343, 344 

Waldo Larsen, 332 
MILLET, George Francis, 259 

Verla, 259 
MILLS, Lydia, 59 

William, 7 
NUNEER, Alma Arthur, 186 

Arthur, 186 

Barbara, 186 

Karen, 186 

Marolynn, 186 
MINER, Anne, 84 

Eunice, 7 

Nathaniel, 7 
KlINOR, Ephraim, 11 

Hannah, 1 1 

Joseph, I r 
MINTER, Tobias, 12 
MIRFIELD, Jane, 43 

Oliver, 43 
MIRICK, William. 75 
MITCHELL, Beulah Pearl (Wclker), 
316 

Gloria May, 213 

Richard A. , 316 

Thamzen, 25 
MOATS, Charles, Ernest, 272 

Charlie Glen, 272 

Demiis Glenn, 272 

Larry Lee, 272 
MOEUR, B. B. , 109 
MONSON, Annie Catherine, 144 

Christian Hans, 281 

Edward Nolan, 343 

Fred Lorenzo, 343 

Luetta, 343 

Rachel. 281,289 

Stuart Raymond, 343 

Wayne Nolan, 343 
MONTGOMERY, Bill Barton, 361 



Caleb, 72 
Gene Barton, 361 
George Barton, 361 
John, .'4,72 
Mary M. , 72 
Sherry Lucy. 361 
Sylvia (--), 72 

MOORE, Betty Yvonne. 17 

Elizabeth, 32 

Mary, 36 

Miles, 86 

Miriam, 90 

Miriam (Willey), 85,86 

Walter Henry, 171 
MORGAN, Bertha, 201 

Claude, 201 

Ellen, 201 

Elizabeth, 12 

Ernest Paul, 201 

Etta May, 242 

George W . , 20 1 

Hannah. 34 

Howard, 2CI 

Jesse Andrew, 337 

Myron, 201 

Nada, 206 

Neva Rebecca, 337 

Richard, 23 

Samuel, 1 2, 78, 206 

William, 12 
MORRILL, Hattie Pcrmelia, 249 
MORRIS, Bertha, 238 

Lydia, 71 
MORRISON, Clyde George, 308 

Ciydene, 308 

Gary Clyde, 308 

George, 308 

Judy Lynn, 308 

Linda Mac, 308 

Manhew, 21 

Patricia. 308 

Sandra Lee, 308 
MORSE. Obadiah, 33 
MORTENStN,' Andrew D., 210 

Carl Anders. 210 



4i8 

Edmond Anders, 210 

Grant Carl, 210 

Renee, 210 

Zefa, 210 
MORTIMER, Elizabeth, 90 
MORTON, Hannah (Fuller), 29, 58 

Mercy, 53 
MOSER, Elizabeth, 314 

John W. . 333 

Martha. 333. 334. 335. 344. 345 
MOSS, Esther, 34 

John, 20,34,29 

Samuel, 20 
MOULTRIE, Bruce Urrell, Zii 

Franklin William, 21 1 

Larry Glen, 211 

Linda Belle, 21 1 

Linden Larrell, 211 

Mona Rae, 211 

Sylvia, 316 
MOUREY, Gail Elmo, 261 

Ray, 261 

Ronald Gail, 262 
MOURTTSEN, Irvin, 180 

Ruth. 180 
MUDGETT, Mr., 15 

Thomas, 36 
MUELLER, Amelia, 258 
MULLIGAN, Agnes Mary, 171 
MUNNS. Alta, 213 
MURPHY, Frank Bennett, 267 

Marilyn, 267 
MURRAY, Joseph Smith, 254 
Mary Elizabeth 254, 273 
Nellie Edith, 262 
MURRELL, Amos, 33 
MUSHAL, Mr., 24 
MUSE, Dwight H. , 268 
Heywood Hancock, 268 
Stephen H. , 268 
Sula (---), 268 
MYRICK, William, 75 

N 
NALDER, James Dean, 310 



NASON, John, 23 

Richard, 22 
NASH, Isaac B. . 117 

Laura, 165 

Timothy, 87 
NATIONS, Geraldine. 273 

Thomas; 273 
NEAL, Mary, 33 

Samuel, 31 
NEBEKER, John, 98 
NEGAS, Martha, 314 
NEILSON, Delbert A., 213 

Lynette, 213 
NELSON, Aaron Joseph, 1 36 

Alton B.., 137, 164 

Anna, 187 

Bathsheba, 6 

Beverley Jean, 173 

Bonnie Rae, 173 

Caroline Anderson, 351 

Charles R. , 297 

Danny Kay, 165 

Darlene, 165 

David Allen, 173 

Earl Barnes, 137, 164 

Edmond, 193 

Frank, 136, 137, 164, 165 
Joseph F. , 137, 164 

Guy Charles, 297 

James, 6 
J.B., 109 
John, 213 
Judith Marie, 164 
Karen, 165 
Mark, 7 
Lamont, 137 
Lynn, 137. 165 
Mary, 193, 198, 199,200 
Nylan B. , 137, 165 
Raymond August, 173 
Robert Lester, 165 
Rodney Jack, 164 
Timothy Alton, 165 
Tony French, 164 
NEUENSWANDER, Benha, 287 



4'9 



NfiVILL, Mr., 31 
NEWliOLD, Mae, 165 
Mary Alice, 359 

Vuriiice, 361 
NEWBURY, r.dwLii i)scar, 70 
NBVLAND. Dorothy, 315 

Jasper Ch de, 31 5 
NEWMAN, l-diia, KjC) 
NEWTON, Aha i'Liriicll.- 329, 34[ 
Arnieda PurnclJ, 329, 3^1 
James Mernli, 329, 340, 341 
Jay Merrill, 329, 340, 
Judith, 340 
Julia P. , 329 

Roger James, 341 
NIBARGER, Oria, 31b 
NICHOLAS, Joseph, S 

Mary Ann, 8 
NICHOLS, Ann, 188 

Camille, 188 

Belt, 188 

William Campboll, iSS 

Wilhain Howard, 1S8 
NICKEL, Meta Clara, 331 
NICKERSON, Rddici, 02 
NICOLE, Donald I.^tov, 244 

Joseph Franklin, 244 

Russel Alexander, 244 
NIELSON, Allen Godfred, 222, 230 

Allen Russell, 251 

Ann, 251 

Carol, 250 

Christeua, 251 

Douglas Joseph, 250 

Elizabeth Emma, 222, 250 

Emma Pearl, 220,221,244,245, 

246, 247, 248, 249 

Frederick Pra:t, 250 

Frlhoff Godfred, 220, 222 

John Allen, 250 

Joseph Frederick, 222, 250, 251 

Lois, 250 

Margaret, 250 

Nella Louise, 251 

Norma, 208 



Ruby, 250 

Ruth Rose. 250 

Victor Louis, 2C8 
NOBLE, Zerviah (---). 59 

Zylphia, 305 
NOCK, Sylvanus, 43 
NORMAN, Richard, 54 

Susanna (Lockwood), 54 
NORRIS, Nicholas, 16 
NORTON, Abigail, 19 

Lucy Alvina, 260 

Mary Ethlyn, 261 

Pearl, 275 
NORTH. Bathsheba, 19 
NORTHAM, Jonathan. 52 
NORTHY, James. 38 
NUTE, Janies, 23 
NLITTAL, Clara Clarksto , 192 
NYBO, Elsie Johanna Marie, 249 

o 

ODILL, Eiiomas, 35 
OLDHAM, Lucretia, 49 
OLIN, Mildred Marie, 262 
OLIVERSON, Harriet Ann, 150 
OLM STEAD, Elizabeth, 50 

Joseph, 50 

Mabel, 51 

Nicholas, 51 

William, 70 
OLNEY, Linda. 158 

Lynn William, 344 

Maxine Beatrice, 158 

Moroni Mack, 158 

Nay Ion, 344 

Robert Mack,- 158 
OLSEN, Beverly Gcan, 309 

Connie URae, 166 

Dayle Taylor, 309 

Dcnise, 275 

Gordon Berry, 166 

Harold GJeston. 275 

Hans C. , 303 

Hans Christian, 275 



V5!;-V-<» •■.''-'-.■■ , . 

Helge. 133 

Karin A., i86 

Lonny George, 309 

Lue Dean, 309 

Max Lamom, 309 

Max Weldon, 303, 309 

Peggy Sue, 309 

Roben William, 166 

Sarah Aleine, 303,309 

Wallace Hans, 303, 308, 309 

Wallace Henry, 303, 308 
OREY Ethel May, 306 

Fern (---), 306 

John, 306 
ORTEGA, Cleo, 262 
ORTON, Agnes, 336 

Eliza, 336 

Joel H. , 336 
OSBORN, Edward, 83 

Isabella, 83 
OSBORNE, Mary, 24 
OTIS, Experience, 23 
OVERTON, Glen Allen, 190 

Ross Stuart, 190 
OVIATT. Judith, 220 
OWEN Ernest, 202 

Irma, 202 
OWENS, Cora. 246 

Franklin Horace, 246 



PABST, Margaret, 157,192 

Margaret ( — ), 157 

Mr.. 157 
PACE, Eliza, 154 

James Byrum, 236 

Mary Magdalene, 236 
PACKARD, Ora, 310 
PACKER, Charlotte, 235 

Clara Mable, 235 

Mary Lou, 346 

Maude, 234 

Melissa, Ann, 332 
PADDOCK. John, 64 



Miss, 65 

Zechariah, 81 
PAGE, Daniel M. , 8 

Elizabeth, 326 

Francis, 36 

Joseph, 17 

Mary, 1 6 
PAINE, Joseph. 73 
PALMER, Bridget, 76 

Frances ( — ), 75, 80 

Henry. 54. 75 

Judith, 80 

Lois, 238 

Lula, 167 

Rosetta, 252 

Samuel, 68 

Sarah, 75,80 

Susanna, 11 

Timothy, 24 

Wesley, 238 

William, 54,75,76,80 
PANKRATZ, Agnes, 356 
PAPE, lona, 212 

Irmgarde E. , 264 

PAP WORTH. Lyle Robert, 319 

Margean, 319 

William Elmo, 319 
PARISH, Abigail, 77 

Arma or Hannah, 76 

Archippus, 83 

Asa, 46,59,65,77,78 

Benjamin, 77 

Bethia, jy 

Daniel, 78 

Dorothy, 77 

Eliphaz, 77 

Elizabeth, 77 

Ephraim, 77 

Esther, 83 

Eunice, 77 

Isaac, 77.78.83 

Jerusha, 78, 83 

Joanna, 46,65,70,78 

John, 46. 76, 77. 78, 83, 88 

Lydla, 77 



Margaret, 83 

Mary, 76,77 

Mary (---), 46,76 

Oliver, 78,83 

Rachel, 77 

Robert, 76 

Roswell, 77 

Samuel, 76 

Sarah, 77 

Susannah, 83 

Thomas, 46,76 

William, 46, 77, 78, 83 

Zebulon, 83 
PARK, Agnes Jeanette, 307 
PARKE. Abigail, 12 

Benajah, 77 

Dorothy, 12 
PARKER, Edward, 78 

John, 22 

Katie, 183 
Mary, 20 

Mary Lou , 346 

Nathani£l. 83 
Samuel, 17,8.2 
PARKINSON, Caroline Chandler, 

324. 325. 330 
Clara Chandler, 324, 325, 330 

Gwen Allen, 139, 168 

Hazen Allen, 139,169 

Hazen Smart, 139,168,169 

La von Allen, 139, 168 

Lee Green, 168 

Patricia Aliene, 169 

Preston Allen, 139, 168 

Samuel R. , 119, 139, 324 

Wayne Allen, 139, 169 
PARKS, Joshua, 77 
PARMALEE, Hezekiah, 21 
PARSONS, Charles Walter. 299 

James Walter, 299 

John Robert, 299 

Martha Abanatha. 175 
PARTRIiXJE, Gebrge, 87 

Rev. , 80 
PASCAL, Jesvina Maria Leantino, 



421 
267 

PATCH, Camille Helen, 266 
Pamela. 266 
Renford Matthew, 266 
Pjsbert Allen, 266 
Robert Clayton, 266 
PATE, Ida Cora, 251 
PATTEN. Ann. 219 
PATTISON', Ann. 27 
PATTON, Mr.. 97 
PAWLOWSKl. Klemintine, 164 
PAYNE, Elizabeth, 59 
PAYSON, Prudence, I2 
PEACOCK. Harriet L. , 300 
PEARCE, Abigail, 38 
PEARSON, Charlotta, 350 
PEASE, Sophia, 7 
Olaf, 160 
Uldene, 160 
PECK, Ida May, 213 

Samuel, 54 
PECKE, Ann, 83 
PEEK, Taylor, 66 
PENDLETON, Rilla May, 287 
PENNINGTON, Mary Matilda. 245 
PENROSE, Fred, 294 
Ruth, 294 
Vemessa, 272, 320 
PERKINS, Caleb. 33 

Capt. {---). 7 

Dorothy, 344 
Ida, 255,273,274 
Jacob, 33 
James, 16 
Jesse Nelson. 255 
Leroy Mendenhall, 295 
Margeret. 343 
Marva. 246 
Mary Anndrah, 309 
Walcne. 295 
PERRY, Cora Ethel. 316, 317 
Elizabeth. 23 
George, 9, 90 

Hannah C---*). 9. 9° 
Miss, 179 



42J2. 

Willie, 226 
Zelma, 166 
PESON, Joanna, 25 
PETERSEN, Anna Christina, 275 

Annette, 303 
PETERSON, Alma. 266 

Alma G. , 169 

Ann, 193 

Bemice, 177 

Blaine B. , 198 

Carl Elmo, 205 

Caroline Glenn, 169 

Gary Ion, 210 

Charles H. , 219,242 

Charles Joel, 198,210 

Charles Sreeve, 216,219 

Clarence Ambrose, 306 

Effie Louisa, 269 

Ellen Evelyn, 173 

Elva Amelia, 205 

Fern, 198 

Frances Busby, 216, 217, 229, 230, 

231 

Gretta M. , 307 

Hyrum, 306 

Joel Crandall, 210 

Josie, 198,210 

Karma, 167 

Lenna, 20c; 

Lucy, 361 

Mabel Clarinda, 219,242 

Marylin Joye, 169 

Melba, 266 

Miles A., 310 

Miles Conley, 310 

Miles Orson, 310 

Raquel, 198 

Richard Glenn, 169 

Ruth, 205 

S. Joel, 198,210 

Soren J. , 1 98 

Syble, 198, 210 

Tressa Boletta, 332 

Wanda, 198.210 

Webb Blaine, 210 



PEW, Eleanor Gay. 268 

EUis, 268 
PHELPS, Barbara Ann, 217,218. 
231, 233, 234. 235, 236, 237, 238 

DeryU Wayne, 254 

Duke Orson Dell , 253 

Elizabeth, 223, 253 

Genevieve, 223, 252 

Georgia Kay, 253 

Hyrum Smith, 217, 222 

J. Rilssel, 252 

Jeanine, 253 

Karen Ann, 253 

Caura Jo, 252 

Leon Hyrum, 223, 252 

Lewis Allen, 252 

Lewis Ashael, 223, 252 

Melvin Douglas, 252 

Norri5 Darwin, 252 

Oma, 222,251,272 

Orson Allen, 223, 253 

Orson Ashael, 222, 251 , 252, 253, 

Richard Brent, 254 

Rosaan, 252 
Samuel, 19 
Timothy, 19 
PHILBRICK, Ann(-— ), 32 
Benjamin, 7 
Bethia, 33 
Elizabeth, 32,33 
Elizabeth ( — ), 4,32 
Haniiah,4,3i.32.33,36 
James, 32,33 
Jane, 33 
John, 30,32 
Jcoiathan. 7,33 
Martha, 32 

Majy. 32.33 
Mary( — ), 7 

Samuel, 33 
Sarah, 7 

Thomas, 4, 17,32^ 
William, 33 
PHILLIPS. Joanna, 48 
Verna Louvica, 182 



PHINNEY, Nathaniel, 19 
PICKENS, Dennis Wayne, 274 

James Franklin, 274 

Jimmie Lloyd, 274 

Ray burn, 274 

Sheila Louise, 274 
PICKERING, John, 34 

Rebecca, 33 
PICKETT, Charlotte, 153 

Lucy Lorena, 190 
PIERCE, Aldyth, 170 

Ai.ne, 297 
PIGEON, John, 55 
PIKE, Abigail, 21 

James, 21 
PINKHAM. Amos, 14 
PKLEY, Lola May, 318 
POAGE, Donald Fredrick, 342 

Donald Larsen, 342 

Kathleen, 342 

Nancy, 342 

Tamrajean, 342 
POLLINGTON, Isabel, 43 

Thomas, 43- 

William, 43 
POMEROy, Adah, 274 
POPA, Helen 257 

Michael George, 257 
POPPELWELL, Lynne, 157 
POPPLETON, Joseph W. , 183 

Joseph Washington, 183 

Russell Allen, 183 

Russell Squires, 183 

Ruth, 183 
PORTER, Elenore, 201 

John, 51 

Myrtle Ellis, 248 
POTTER, 'Elizabeth, 78 

Frances (---), 46, 74, 78 

Hannah, 46, 74, 78 

Gordon, 8 

John, 78 

Milla, 72 

Mi., 78 

Samuel, 78 



William, 46, 74,78 
POTTS, William, II 
POULSLX, Llgena, 132. 150, 1 .3 1 . 

152.153 

Euvada N;artc, 163 

Lorenzo Georoe, 1G3 

Niels Christian, 133 
POULSON, Laurence, 321 

Kenneth Laurence, 321 
POULTON, James T. , 167 

Lucille, 167 
I'i<ATT, Agnes, 84 

Benajah, 53 

Irene, 24G 

John, 84 

Marian, 250 

Nephi. 250 

Sarah Ivy, 165 
PREECE, Mark, 1 25, 126, 13I 

Susanna Elizabeth, 131, 132, 146, 
147,148,149.150 
PREKCE, Eli'-iabeth, 79 

Hannah, 46, 73, 79 

Jane, 61,79 

Judith, 79 

Katherine, 79 

Mar>-. 79,87 

Mercy, 79 

Rebecca, 78,79 

Sarah, 79 

Susanna, 78 

Thomas, 49, 73, 78, 79 
(?PRENT1CH), Sarah, 82 
PRESCOTT, Joshua, 38 
PRESTON, Tamma, 83 
PRICE, Jessie J. , 144 

Martha Alma, 144,176,177 

Martha Ann (---). ^44 
PROVERB, Ruby Mae, 210 
PRUETT, JENNIE, 246 
PURNELL, Alice, 201 

Allen, 201 

Alta, 328,34c 

Annie. 1-95,201.212 

Armcda G. , 323, 329, 340, 341 



424 

Arzella G. , 323. 328, 340 

Barbara, 202 

Bernard Rodney, 328, 339 

Betty Marie, 330 

Clarinda, 1 95, 20i . 2 1 2 

Clifford, 328 

Corma Jean, 339 

Darling Louise, 339 

Darrell, 202 

Delbert Cooper, 329 

Earl Cooper, 329 

Effie Foster, 195,201,211, 212 

Ernest A If red a, 194, 195,201, 

202 

Ernest Alphonzo, 195, 202 

Ernest Alphxeda Driggs, 323, 324, 

327, 328, 329 

Ernest A Iphreda G. , 323 

Eva, 328,339 

Eva Louisa G. , 323, 327, 337, 338 

Francis Reed, 330 

Gary B. , 339 

Glen Rex, 330, 341 

Hyrum, 329 

Ida. 328,339 

Ida May, 323,329,341 

Irma Lou, 202 

Jay Cooper, 330 

John Goaslind, 323, 329, 341 

John Lamar, 329 

Kent Leon, 328 

La Carry, 328, 339 

I^onard Copper, 339 

Leroy Foster, 195,201 

Lloyd John, 328, 339 

Lydia S. , 112 

Lydia Susanna, 323,328,340 

Morris Cooper, 339 

Moval, 328,340 

Pearl Vilate, 323, 328, 340 

Robert Homan Salway, 339 

Ruth, 195. 20 1-. 339 

Saphronia, 195, 201 

Sarah, 328 



Shem Glover, 328, 339, 

Shem Goaslind, 323, 328, 339, 340 

Stanley Owne, 202 

Vera, 328.339 
PURSER, Almera, 136 

Newell J., 136 
PYLE, Carol, 347 

Guy, 347 

Linda Kay, 347 

Q 

QUICKE, Apphia (Freeman), 79 
QUIGLEY, Ellen Elmira, 152 
QUINBY, Lydia, 23 
QUINTARD, Isaac, 68 

R 

RAINEY, Dorothy, 348 
RAINWATER, Barney, 307 

Billy, 307 

Earl, 307 

Rebecca, 176 
RALLISON, Ethel. 335,347 

Herbert Sr. , 335 
RAMBO, Mary Susan, 146 
RANDELL, Abijah, 71 
RAPPLEYE, Sophia Louisa, 330 
RASMUSSEN, Hans John, 196 

Regeoa, 196,203 

Vida, 212 
RAVEN, Catherine, 39 
RAVENSCRAFT, Beulah Bee, 316 

Homer Franklin, 316 
RAVEN ST EN, Clayton, 310 

Glen. 310 

John, 310 
RAVSTEN, Curtis Earl, 354 

Frank, 353 

Frank Mattias, 353, 362 

JaneU, 353, 362 

Lynn Allen, 353 . 

Trena Mae. 353 



RAWLINS, Faye, 287,297 

Glen, 287 

Glen Artell, 287, 297 

Glen LaVor, 287 

Nathaniel, 6 
RAWSON, Lenora Obedience, 143 
RAY, Christina, 261 

Helen, 256 

Marion, 256 

Molly, 261 
RAYMOND, Almira, 146 

Alonzo, 305 

Glenna, 305,310 

Hannah (Bulkely), 11 

Sylvanus, 305,310 

Zylphia Jeanne, 305, 310 
RAYNES, Mr., 33 
READ, Mary Ann, 289 
READER, Gwen, 214 
READING, Sarah, 84 
REDMAN, Abiel, 18 

John, 18, 30 
REECE, Ellen, 312; 313 

Margaret Ann (Cooper) Biddle- 

come, 31 1 

William, II 
REED, Fern, 261 

James W. , 261 

Martha, 72 

Nicholas Holmes, 357 

Ruth, 59 

Trina Beth, 357 
REEDH^, Susan Ann, 355 
REES, Fred Alvin, 296 

Hannah Beth, 296 
REESE, Robert D. , 363 

Sherrill, 363 
REIMER, Henry, 176 

Ronald Anthony, 176 
REISNER, Elsa Bertha, 189 
REMICK, Elizabeth(Freeman), 75 

Sarah, 31 
RENNAKER. Alice Lue, 211 

Barbara Jean, 200 

Billy Ray, 199 



Carl Edmund, .'99 
Charles Roscoe, 199 
Elizabeili Ann, 200,211 
Francis Marion, 200, 21 1 
Heiuy Richard, 199 
Mary Saphronia, 200, 211 
Nona Louise. 200 
William H. , 199, 200 
REUSSER, Althea Titensor, 335 
Francis Titensor, 335 
Gotleib, 335 
Harold Kay, 335 
John Eugene, 335 
JohnHenr)', 334.335.346 
Kathleen Titensor, 335 
Kenneth Joseph, 335 
Merlyn Titensor, 335 

^t^. 335.346. 
Thomas Conrad, 335 
REVELL, Lois Marie, 357 
REVOIR, Barbara May, 178 
David E., 178 
Richard Wayne, 178 
Wayne L. , 178 
REYCROFT, Haimah, 73 
REYNOLDS, Ann. 80 
Elizabeth, 46, 54, 68, 80. 147 
John, 46,54,79,80 
Jonathan, 79,80 
Joseph, 80 
Kezia, 80 
Rebecca, 80 
Rebina, 80 
Sarah, 80 

Sarah (---), 46,54,79 
RHOLT, Anna, 209 
RICE, Bridget, 4.40 

Donald Legrand,' 153 

Eleanor, 153, 190 

Maxine, 153 

Oscar Franklin. 153 

Oscar Legrand. 153, 154, 190 
RICH. Charles C. , 98. 1 01 

Dayne Clair; 183 

Elizabeth Florence, 149 



425 



426 

Gay la, 149 

Ivan Adelbert, 149 

Landon, 148 

Landon Andrew, 148 

Leroy Allen, 148 

Lydia, 64 

Mark Allen, 148,183 

Mark Hull. 183 

Rodney, 148, 183 

Rodney Allen, 148, 183 

Sharon, 183 
RICHAN, Edgar Ray, 210 

Vilda Ida, 210 
RICHARDS, David, 34 1 

Neil Purnell, 329,341 

Neil Smith, 329, 341 

Smith Purnell. 329, 341 

Svisie Purnell, 329, 341 
RICHARDSON, Gilbert, 268 

Glenda, 268 

John, 74 
RICKARD, Giles, 53 
RICKS, Joel. 151 

John Oliver, 209 

Reda, 151, 184,185,186,187 
RIDER, Mary, 270 
RIGBY, Jessie, 309 
RIGGS, Darrell Willis, 318 

Ernest R. , 318 

Gertrude, 257 

Willis Dwight, 318 
RILEY, Mr., 50 
RING, Andrew, 63 
RISH WORTH, Edward. 44 

Mary (White) (Sayword), 26 
RISSER, Gordon Keith, 296 
ROBBINS, Mrs., 84 

Sarah, 311 
ROBERTS, Ann, 32 

Benjamin Morgan, 328 

Bernice, 319 

Emma, 334, 346 

Ernest Purnell, 328 

Florence May, 319', 

Jane. 32 



John, 87 

Joseph, 328, 340 

Joseph Purnell, 328, 340 

Josie Vilate, 328, 340 

Judy Gail, 340 

Keith, 340 

Mary, 319,320 

Mary (Wingate), 14 

Mr., 93 

Samuel Edward, 319 

Samuel Purnell, 328 

Timothy, 41 
ROBIE, Henry, 32 
ROBINS, Sarah. 326 
ROBINSON, Annie Amelia, 254 

Avery Waul, 170 

Charles Henry Avery, 170 

Charles Kenneth, 170 

Chlomania, 300,304,310 

Elaine, 170 

Helen, 212 

Janett Mae, 345 

Jennie A. , 72 

Jennie M. , 72 

Jerry. 345 

John, 300 

John Willaid , 300, 304 

Joseph Eldredge, 227 

Josephine, 227 

Karen. 345 

Keith. 345 

Lydia, 300 

Mary Edith, 300, 305 

Muriel Ann, 300, 304 

Robert Keith, 345 

Theo, 345 

Verdell, 345 

Willard, 300, 304, 305 
ROBSON, C. L, 105 
ROCKWELL, John William, I92 

Sarah, 20 
RODDA, Clarence, 318,321 

Norris Harvey, 318, 321 

Stephen Norris, 322 

Terry Ernest, 321 



ROE (? Dale), 364 
ROEMER, George, 355 

Olga, 355.363 
ROGERS, Alva Chester, 297 

David W. , 97 

H. C. ,• 105 

Hester Caroline, 259 

Phillip Pierce, 297 

Priscilla, 37 
ROLLINS, Benjamin, 33 

Elizabeth, 33 

Hannah (—), 4, 33 

Ichabod, 33 

James, 4, 14,33 

Jeremiah, 22 

John, 33 

Joseph, 33 

Joshua, 16 

Rebecca, 33 

Samuel, 33 

Sarah, 4, 14, 33 

Thomas, 16,33 
ROLPH, Margaret Ann, 313 
ROMERO, AUen. 309 

James, 309 

Sidney, 309 
ROMNEY. Elmer S. , 338 

Eva Lou, 338 

Russel Heiner, 338 38 

ROMSINE, Vera, 317 
ROOKE, Beatrice Ann, 262 

Frank Langsberry, 262 
ROPER, Helen, 184 

Simpson, 184 

ROSANDER. Cora, 160 

ROSE, Jacob, 10,96, 101,102,113, 

193 
Jacob H. , 95, 101,193 

Jane, 102 

Joanna. 12 

Loretta, 344 

Marguerete, 264 

Mary, 258 

Minerva, 139 

Nancy Jane, 193, 195. 196. ^97' 



427 



198 

Roben, 78 
ROSS, Nancy, 340 

William. 85 
ROSSBACK, Julia Josephine, 175 
ROSSI. John, 190 

Johnny Wynn 190 

Yolanda Carma, 190 
ROTH, Robert William, 246 

Romona Mae, 246 
ROW, Anthony. 41 
ROWE, Elizabeth, 39 
ROWLEY, Aaron, 81 

Allen, 260,274,275 

Arden Allen, 260 

Colleen, 260, 274 

Duane Allen, 260,275 

Edwin Jesse, 260, 275, 276 

Elaine, 260, 276 

Elizabeth, 59 

Glenda, 260,275 

Henry, 75,80 

Jerry Allen, 260 

Jesse Noah, 260 

Joanna ( — ), 81 

Joanne, 260, 276 

John. 59,81 

Jonathan, 59 

Joseph, 80 

Joyce, 260. 275 

Kimball Duane, 275 

Lois, 200, 275 

Mary, 80 

Matthew, 81 

Maxine, 260, 275 
Mchitable,46,38, 80 

Moses,46,57,58.8o 
Naomi, 58 
Nathan, 81 
Ronna Sue, 26c 
Samuel, 59 
Sarah, 80,81 
Shubael, 80 
Thomas. 59 

ROWOOD, Thomas, 27 



428 

ROYCE, Benjamin, 34 

Elizabeth, 34 

Esther, 34 

Esther (—), 34 

^ac, 29,34 

John, 34 

Jonathan, 34 

Joshua, 34 

Love, 4,20,34 

Nathaniel, 4, 20, -29, 34 

Nehemiah, 20, 34 

Patience, 34 

Roben, 4, 34 

Ruth, 29, 34 

Samuel, 34 

Sarah, 34 
RUDD, Laura Jeanette, 205 
RUNDELL. Abijah, 71 

Diantha, 71 
RUNLETT,* Charles, 15,35 

Mary, 15 
RUNNELS, Ian:ies Frank, 265 

James, Williams, 265 
RUSSELL, Alexander?., 178 

Anna, 78 

Bert, 177 

Bonnie Jean, 178 

Henry Utelis, 250 

Luella, 250 

Mary, (Hitchcock), 78 

Robert Allen, 178 

Steven Allen, 178 
RUTHERFORD, Mary, 2o 



ST. ANDREWS, John, 27 
SALTE, Mary, 27 

Robert. 27 
SALWAY, Hope, 339 
SAMPSON, Mattie Ella, 242 
SANBORN, William, 32 
SANDERS, Annie Norene, 226, 262 

Audie, 264 ■ 

Carl Dennis, 226, 262 



Elizabeth, 40 

Franklin Murray, 226, 262 

Iris Lura. 226. 261 

John Frank, 226 

Michael Murray, 262 

Mona Lee, 262 

Myron Alien, 226, 262 

Perry Ray, 226.261,262 

Ruth Maxine, 226, 261 
SANT, Nay Dene, 344 

Orson Clifford, 344 
SANTRIZOS, Gary Harold, 265 

Harold .Villiam, 265 

Tommy J. , 265 
SARGEANT, Florence, 1 62 
SATCHELL, Mary, 35 
SATHER, Cecil Leonard, 21 1 

Einar, 211 

Einar Leonard, 21 1 

May LaDean, 211 

Mona Louise, 211 
SATTERLY, Benedict, 13 
SAUNDERS, Klary Agnes, 21 1 

Vella, 310 
SAVAGE, Adeline, 236 
SAVILE, Isabel, 43 

John, 43 
SAWYER, Hannah. 14 
SAY, Richard, 55 
SCAMMON, Ann. 40 

Richard, 23, 40 
SCHELKEN, Donna Ann. 266 
John Jacob, 266 
Linda Lee, 266 

Wayne Barr, 266 
SCHENK, Edeline, 160 
SCHNEPF, Jack Hdon, 276 

Nandeina, 276 
SCHOFIELD, John, 74 
S CHOONOVER, Dale Roy, 175 

Gary Lee, 175 

Jesse Joe, 175 

Noah Eli, 175 
SCHUTZ, Henry, 258 

Mabel Louise, 258 



SCOTT, Abigail, 13 

Hiram Gordon, 352,361,362 

Joanna, 6 

Joseph, 6 

Marjorie Lou, 353, 361 

Merle Dee,. 353, 362 

Thelma Jean. 353, 361 

Thomas, 13 

Vernon C. , 213 
Walter Orange, 353 
SCOVILLE, Connie H. , 339 

Harold, 339 

Idell, 339 
SCRIBNER^ Susannah Mudgett, 36 
SCUDDER, Elizabeth, 4, 29, 34, 35 

Henry, 29,35 

John, 29,35,61 

Martha, 35 

Mary, 29 

Mary(— ), 35 

Penelope (-—), 35 

Thomas, 34,35 

William, 29,35 
SEAMONS, James W. , 310 

Judy. 310 

Kenneth, 310 
SEARS, Ann, 82 

Bertha, 81 

Daniel, 82 

Deborah, 81 

Hannah, 61 

John, 82 

Lydia,46,48.6i,8i 

Mary, 82 

Mercy, 81 

Paul. 46,61,81,89 

Richard, 81,82 

Samuel, 81 

Silas, 61,81 
SEDGWICK, William, 87 
SEELEY, James Wellington, 147 

Stella, 147 
SELDEN, Mary, 85 
SEN, Venna Jean, 286 
SENTER, Mary Elizabeth, 216 



42f, 

SESSIONS, Joseph, 83 
Hilda, 320 
Wilma Ix)is, 345 
SEWALL, Edward, 1 8 
Sarah, 18 
Sarah ( — -), 18 
SEWARD, Mar>-, 26 

Richard, 26 
SEWELL, Mary -Ann, II, 123, 349 
SEYBOLD, Beverly Kay, 209 

Glover, 209 
SHAFER, Florence Irene, 182 

Frank Alonzo, 182 
SHALLARD, Joan, 39 
SHALTERI.Y, Benedict, 13 
SHARP, Alice Helena, 301,307 
James, 44 
Margaret, 208 
SHARPE, Mary, 89 
SHATSWELL, Mar>- (Dale) (Smith) 
(Runlett), 15 

Theophilus, 13 
SHAW, Benjamin, 33 
Eulah May, 171 
Jonathan, 53 
SHAYLOR, Thomas. 85 
SHEA, Christine, 189 
Harrington Allen, 189 
Ray Allen, 189 
Steven Allen, 189 
SHELLEY, Melvyn Thomas, 270 
Monte Fuller, 270 
Thomas H. , 270 
Thomas Heber, 270 
SHEPARD, Abigail, 51 
SHEPHERD, Carl Edwin. 275 
Donald Ardcn, 275 
johnLTrich, 220 
Lydia, 220 
Max George, 275 
Michele, 275 
Rollins Don Carlos. 275 
Thomas (Rev. ). 8<^> 
SHERMAN, Miss. JO 
SHIPLEY. Cecil W. . 30^ 



430 

Dean, 308 

Ellen (---), 308 

Gerald, 30S 

[.yle Dean, 30S 
->^'DDOVVAY, A .10s Jr. . 203 

Shirlene, 203 

Shirley, 203 

Walter Amos, 203 

Walter Eugene, 203 
.-"IDES, Flora Jane, 273 
SIMONS, Jacob, 83 
SiMPKINS, Susan Maria, 196 
SIMPSON, Edward, 321 

Henry, 25 

Nolan Cole, 321 
SIMS. Mary, 4,34 
SINGLETARY, Benjamin, 38 
SISK, Ronald L. , 295 
SKABELUND, John, 347 

Ruth, 347 
SKIDMORE, Elsie Lucina, 350 

William Loback, 350 
SKINNER, Charles Allen, 242 

Clayton, 346 

David Peterson, 242 

Earnest Morgan, 242 

Edward, T., 346 

JoelMichaei, 242 

Nephi, 242 

Shauna, 242 

Stephen Wayne, 242 
SKOUSEN, Caroline, 240 

James N. , 226 

Mary Estlier, 226, 261 
SEASON, Elizabeth, 68 
SLATER, Pearl, 286 
SLOAN, Clara, 340 

Mary, 68 
SMART, Eleanor, 5 

Kathleen, G. , 342 

Maria, 139 

Mary Elizabeth, 9 

Thomas Max, 342 

Thomas S. , 119 

Vernal, 342 



SMITH, Abigail, 36, 37, 82 
Abigail (-—), 37 
Alfred William, 312,313 
Amelia Almira, 185 
Andrew Harrison, 181 
Andrew S. , 181 

Ann, 4,7.15.35 

Ann, ( — -), 82 

Ashael, 36 

Barbara^ 333, 344 

Benjamin, 9, 36 

Catherine Ann," 135 

Charlotte, 9 

Clair W., 264 

Colleen, 333,344 

Comfort, 36 

Daniel, 36,82,83 

David Carlos, 156 

Deborah, 37 

Delia, 142, 172 

Don Carlos, 156 

Edward, 36 

Effie Rebecca, 312, 315, 316, 317 

Elizabeth, 1 2, 14, 41 , 36 

Elizabeth (—), 82 

Ephraim, 83 

Ernest Carlos, 142 

Esther, 83 

Franklin Heiner, 337 

Franklin Robert, 337 

George, 310,312 

George Alfred, 3I3>, 318 

Geraldine Heiner, 337 

Hannah, 35, 37, 46, 68, 74, 82 

Hannah (-—), 37,39 

Hazel, 171 

Henry, 46, 68, 82 

Hubert M. , 264 

Israel 4, 33, 36, 37, 39 

Ithiel, 37 

Jacob, 36,37 

Janet, 333 

Jeanie, 18 r 

Jerusha. 46, 77, 83 

Joel Allen, 332, 344 



Joel Richard, 333 

John 36.37.46.77.82/208 
John Fisher, 321 
Jonathan, 4, 23, 36, 37 v 
Joseph, 17.36. 37.83 
Joseph (Prophet), 92, 93 
Josiah, 37,83 

Joye. 333.344 

Leah, 37 

Leon, 310 

LUleth, 185 

Lillian Frances, 160 

Loren Allen, 181 

Lydia, 85 

Margaret, 77, 83, 142. 173, 340 

Marjorie May, 318, 321 

Mary, 4. 7. 36. 37, 39, 54, 82. 229 

Mary (---), 37 

Mehitable, 36, 37 

Mehitable, (---), 36 

Meribah, 36 

Minerva Caroline, 293 

Nathaniel, 17,35 

Nicholas, 4. 16; 18,30,35,36 

Oliver, 37 

Patience, 36 

Pearl Mildred, 208 

Phebe, 83 

Rachel, 83 

Raymond Leon, 310 

Rebecca, 73,82,83 

Reuben, 37 

Richard, 30,35 

Robert, 4. 36 

Rowland Allen, 15b 

Samuel, 63.65,82 

Sarah, 82 

Sidney Alfred, 313, 318, 321 

Sidney Allen. 318,321 

Silas, 83 

Solomon, 37 

Spencer Joseph, 156 

Spencer S. , 1 56 

Steven Clair, 264 

Susanna, 83 



Susanna (---). 4. 36,46,77,82 
Thankful. 83 
Theodore Larl, 181 
Theophilus, 35 
Thomas, 82 
Verla Elaine, 160, 192 
Walter Louis. 160. 192 
Willard, 364 
Willard Richards, 332 
William, 37 
William Charles, 34c 
SMOUT., FelLX Alexander. 205 

Lois, 205 
SNODERLY, Veda, 171 
SNOW, Aaron, 62 
Bruce Allen. 184 
Chelinisha, 166 
Claine L. . 184 
Ebenezer, 61 
Eliza R. , 92 
Elizabc±, 61 
Elizabeth (---), 75 
Erastus, 105 
Gary C. , 1 84 
Grandville, 184 
Hannah, 61 
Henry, 48 
Jabez, 75 
Joseph, 49 
Josiah, 61 
Lydia, 62 
Mark, 61,79 
Mary, 61 
Nathaniel, 48 
Nicholas, 63 
Ruth, 62 
Seth, 49 

Thomas, 61,62,81 
SNYDER, Harry Mcrtoa. 306 
SOANE, Robert. 38 
SOLAMBACK, Llily, 339 
SOLOMON, tdwin Drew. 244 

Marilla, 244. 
SOMERS, Elizabeth, 35 
SOMES. John W. , 10 



43' 



432 

SORENSEN, David Allen, 286 

Joseph Alexander, 254 

Lorraine, 254 

Selma Christina, 163 

Wendell Hughes, 286 
SPACKMAN, Ann,ll4, 116, 123, 
277. 283, 284 

Annie, 10,289 

Edward, 114, 116,227 

Edwin, 10 

Frances, 354 

Sarah Jane, 204 
SPALDING, James, 56,57 
SPARROW, Abigail, 73 

Jonathan, 73,79 

Pandora ( — ), 73 

Patience, 73 

Richard, 73 
SPENCER, Alice, 84 

Anne, 84 

Anne (— ) (Merrill), 84 

Catherine, 278 

Daniel, 84 

Elizabeth, 84,85 

EUzabeth (---), 84,85 

Francis, 84 

Gerard, 52,84 

Grace, 46, 52, 59, 85 

Hannah, 85, 86 

Hannah, ( — ), 85 

Hannah (—-) (Hill), 84 

Henry, 84 

Isaac, 85 

Joan, 84 

John, 83,84,85 

Katherine, 84 

Marah, 85 

Martha, 156 

Mehitable, 85 

Michael, 84 

Miriam ( — ), 86 

Nathaniel, 85 

Rebecca, 85 

Richard, 84 

Robert, 83 



Ruth, 85 

Samuel, 46, 52. 85,86,89 

Thomas, 84,85 

Timothy, 85 

William, 83,84,85 
SPENDLOVE, Cheri Lynn, 363 

Janus Album, 363 

Rex Alan, 363 

Rex S. , 363 
SPILSBURY, Josephine, 271 
SPINNING, Mary, 34 
SPOFFORD, John, 83 
SPONGBURG, Louisa, 198 
SPRAGUE, Mary, 69 
SPRINGER, Levi, 92 

Mr., 93 
SPROUSE, Gustow Waldridge, 314 

Nellie May, 314,319 
SPURGEON, Iva May, 261 
SQUIRES, Flora Christina, 183 
STACKPOLE, Sarah. 36 
STACY, Ann, 16 
STAGG, Capt. , 74 
STALEY, BeNon. 172 

Violet, 289 

Wanda Lou ( — ), 172 

Wanen, 172 
STALLION, STALLYON, Deborah, 
4. II. 37 

Edward, 4, n, 37 

Margaret,* 37 

Margaret(— ),4. 12,37 

Sarah, 37 
ST AND AGE, Mr., 105 
STANFIELD, A. Edward, 171 

Betty Jane, 171 
STANFORD, Barnet Newham, 146, 

Elizabeth, 140 

Fay Hafjrave, 146, 147, 179, 180 
STANNARD, Joseph, 85 
STANKO, Melanee Rose Pumell , 

339 
Nestor, 339 

Nestor Leroy, 339 

STANYAN, Mary, 35 



STAPLES, Ellen Laura, 199 
STAPP, Bettie Ruth, 251,272 
Ronald Deryll, 251 
William Walter, 251 
William Wayne, 251,272 
STARP-, Rachel (Denison), 12 
STATES, IdaL. , 71 
STAUFFER, Royce J.. 310 
STEARNS, John, 27 
STEBBINS. Editha, 51,86 
Edward, 51,86 
Elizabeth. 86 
Frances (---), 86 
Lydla, 86 
Mark, 86 
Mary, 86 
Mary (---). 86 
Thomas, 51 
STEED, Doris, 254 
Franklin David, 254 
Joseph, 340 
Lois, 340 
Ruth, 340 
STEELE, George, 50 
Honor, 67 
Jesse P. , 105 - 
Lucy, 67 
Luke, 67 
Ruia, 271 
STEPHANISHEN, Alexander, 211 

Antonia (-— ), 211 

Gust. 211 

Joseph Marion, 21 1 

Robert Gust, 21 1 

Ronald James, 211 
STEPHEN, Edward, li 

Mance, 317 

Margaret ( — )» ^^ 

Margery, n 
STEPHENSON, Adabelle, 195.205 

Allen Bennett, 196,206 

Alta. 196,204 

Archibald Benjamin. 190. 

Archie Guy. 196.203,204.214 

Carol, 204 



433 

Carvel Bemiett. 196.205 
Cassie, 196,204,214 
David, 204 
Dennis, 205 
Don Ray, 204 
Douglas Garth, 214 
Elaine K. . 204 
Garth A. , 204, 214 
Gladys, 204 
Glen K. , 204 

Harris Archibald, 196, 203, 204, 
.205, 206 
Iris, 196,205 
Jacquelyn, 206 
Jane, 196 
Janice, 196,205 
Jon, 204 
Joyce, 204- 

Kenneth Bennett. 196. 204 
Loran Dean, 204. 214 
Loran Kye, 196,204,214 
Lyman C. , 204 
Lynda Lee, 204 
Lynn Charles, 204 
Marylinn, 205 
Maxine K. , 204 
Milton, 205 
Opal Jean, 204. 214 
Patricia, 204 
Paul James, 204 
Ramona, 196 
Roma K. , 204.214 
Saphrouia. 196.205 
Sheila, 204 
Sherrill. 205 
Shirley, 205 
STERNES. Paul Raymond. lOl 
Vern Allen. 161 
STEVENS, Jerusha, 19 
Martha Ann, 327 
STEVENSON. Harriet Emily. ^5 
STEWART. Agnes NUtUda. 138. .67. 168 

Carrie, 353 
Catherine, 45 
. Elizabeth. 45 



434 

James Zebulon, i ^^^ 

Martha, 44 

Mary Ellen. 231 
STILES, Isaac, 2i 

Mary Alice, 180 
STINE(?6am), 364 
STOCKBRIDGE, Abigail, 38 

Abraham, 4,7-37.38.39 

Anne (---), 37,38 

Barbara Jean, 336 

Charles, 37,38 

Charles G. , 327 

Comfort, 39 

Content, 4,7,39 

Elizabeth, 38 

Esther, 38 

Hannah, 38 

Isaac, 39 

Israel, 39 

Jacob, 39 

John. 4, 17.37.38.39 

Mary, 39 

Mary (Smith), 7, 38 
Mary (---), 4, 38. 
Moriah, 39 
Moses, 38 
Reuben, 39 
Ruth, 38 
Samuel, 38 
Sarah, 38 

STOCKDALE, Barbara Jean, 336 
Charles G. , 327 
Clarice, 336,347 
Clarice G. , 327, 336, 347, 348 
Elaine, 337 
Ethel Ann, 347 
Eugene Goaslind, 327, 337 
Frances, 347 
Gene Michael, 337 
Grace Colleen, 336 
Grace Virginia, 347 
Howard Dee, 335, 347 
Janet G. , 327 
Joan Lynne, 337 
John Dee, 347 



John William, 326, 335, 347 

Leland G. , 327, 336 

Marilyn Joyce, 336, 348 

Merle Goaslind, 327, 336, 348 

Nelda, 336 

Newel G. , 327 

Reed Goaslind, 327, 337 

Reed Gordon, 337 

Susan, 347 

Vaun Lee, 336 

Waldo Fife, 337 

Waldo Gene, 337 

William, 326, 335, 336, 337 

William Allen, 347 

William R. , 335,347 
STOCKS, Ethel, 285 

Moroni Heward, 285 
STODDARD, Doylw, 172 

Eliza Ann. 155, 191 

Joseph S. , 155 
STOPPERS, Emily Sophie, 305 
STOKER, Charles, 314 

Charles Ray, 314, 319 

Charles William, 314, 319 

Doyle, 345 

Fannie Leola, 314,320 

Lydia Bernice, 314 

Lyle, 344 

Lyle Laron, 344 

Martha Fayone, 344 

Martha Leone, 314,319 
STOKES, Gladys Louise, 178 

Heber Wallace, 178 

Isaac, 33 
STOLER, LaVenia, 21 1 
STONE, Abigail, 87 

Amy Louise, 294 

Ariel Elmer, 293 

Beth Rosa, 294 

Daniel, 18 

Elizabeth, 35, 87 

James Frederick, 293 

John, 86,87 

Joseph, 87 

LaVone, 168 



Lydia, 87 

Margaret Marie, 294 
Mary, 87 
Nancy Ann, 294 
Rebecca, 87 
Samuel, 51,86,87 
Sarah. 50. 51, 52, 87 
;TGNEBREAKER, H?. zel Teresa, 

-J ...J, 

5T0NEMAN, Jane E. , 147 
STORIE, Ann, 16 
STRATTON, Mable. 255 

Samuel, 18 
STREET, John, 20 
STRICKLAND, Melvin Keith, 214 
STURTEVANT, Isaac. 66 
SUMERFELT, Ethel, 340 
SUTLIFFE, Abraham, 38 
SWAIN, William, 16 
SWEET, Bertha Jane, 194, 200, 364 

Mrs., 7 
SWENSTON, Agnes, 206 
SWIFT, Caroline, 65 

Sarah, 78 
SYMONDS, Samuel, 30 



TAGGART, Eliza Jane, 249 
TALBOT, Floyd Richard, 304 

Lydia Fern, 358,361 

Richard, 304 

Richard Alfred, 304 

Sybil, 304 
TANNER, Ebenezer, 66 

Eva, 270 

Jane, 66 

John. 85 

TAPPAN, John. 22 
TARBET. Alice Marie, 163 

Dalin. 164 

David Ray, 164 

John Kuman, 163 

Kuman, 163 

Kuman Ray, 163 



Paula Rae, 164 
TAYLOR, Allan Grant. 264 
Daisy Akers (Davis), 282 
Dale Walton, 210 
David Dunn, 187 
Dona Id J 340 
Dunn, 187 
Eben, 340 
Ellis. 72 
Elva, 309 

Fredrick Lovel), 210 
Gerry, 340 
George Lovell, 210 
George 0. , 309 
Helen, 340 

Helen Lucille, .43, 175 
Irene Edith, 210 
John, 17, 119 
John Crispen, 187 
John Edward, 264 
John Ole, 309 
John Russell, 187 
Joseph, 58 

Katheriue Ann, 187 

Lamoni, 143 

Lamoni Rawson, 143, 175 

Leslie, 328,340 

Lewell, 328,340 

Louise Ann, '264 

Margaret, 213 

Marjorie Afton, 143, 175 

Myrtle Almiia, 261 

Richard. 88 

Ross Jay, 143, 175 

Rulon EJ'ison, 264 

Scott Ross, 175 

Stephen DeWitt, 270 

Velda Delila, 309 

Verttie, 169 

Weldon Johnson, 270 

William DeWltt, 270 

William Weldon, 270 
TEED, Sarah P. , 7' 
TEDROW, Mr.. 98 
TELESE, Vincent, 322 



435 



436 

TELFORD, Jane Victoria, 281 
TEMPLETON, Myrton, 303 
TENNEY, Jacob Hamblin, 260 

Keith Lynn, 260 

Warren, 260 
TERRILL, John, 90 
THACHER, Anthony, 81 

John, 81 
THAKEL, Beatrice, 42 

Gilbert, 42 
THATCHER, Vera, 287 

John, 119 
THING, John, 45 
THOMANDER, M a r t ha Caroline, 
226 
THOMAS, Clara Johanna, 359 

Ed., 105 

Elizabeth, 14 

James, 14 

Susan Ellen, 155 
THOMPSON, Alice Walton, 340 

Carl Norton, 1 61 

Echvard Gine, 161 

Hannah Priscilla, 328 

Joseph, 29 

Lagean, 347 

Lavar, 347 

Lola, i6g 

Samuel, 9 

Vickey, 347 
THORNOCK, Lula Ellen, 1 80 
THORNTON, Carlos James, 167 

Delbert, 345 

John Thomas, 167 

Karla Ann, 168 

Mrs. , 96 

Virden James, 168 
THORP, John Wesley, 227 

Marjory Evelyn, 227 
THORUP, Vera Luana, 338 
THURSTON, Harry Kenneth, 264 

lames Raymond, 264 

Thomas, 56 
TIBBETTS, Elizabeth; 6 

Jeremiah, 6 



John, 22 

Mary. 33 

Walter, 15 
TICKNOR, William, 38 
TIEMAN, Kathaiyn Doris, 220 

Lydia Shepherd, 220 
TILSON, Elizabeth, 53 

Mary, 53 
TITENSOR, Allen Earl, 156 

Allen Richard, 192 

Annagene, 334, 346 

Arvilla, 326 334 346 

Blanche Irene, 333, 344, 

Byron. 333 345 

Clain Eugene, 333 

Charles Glen, 314 

Clarence Ray, 312,314,320 

Dale R. , 346 

Dick Allen, 314,319 

Elaine, 334, 346 

Ellen, 334 

Fred, 156 

Frederick Earl, 156, 191 

Frederick Richard, 156, 191 

Gail, 192 

George.320, 326, 334, 346 

George Harold, 312, 314, 320 

Grace, 333, 345 

Harold Dee, 314.320 

Helen Arminta, 326, 335, 347 

Jack Russell, 334, 346 

Janet, 319 

John Harold, 314 

John William, 31 1, 312, 314 

Julia, 334 

Kim Jay, 320 

L. Ray,' 334 

La Mae, 319 

Leo, 312 

Leonard, 312 

Leonard Ralph, 314,320 

Lou Gean, 314,320 

Luanna, 334 

Mae, 326, 333, 345, 346, 364 

Marilyn, 334, 346 



Martha Mae, 333 
Mary Lou, 320 
Orin, 326 
Patsy May, 314 
Philemon, 326, 333, 344, 345 
Robin, 192 
Roscoe, 326. 334, 346 
Roscoe Dean, 334 
Rose, 278, 285, 286 
Russell, 326, 334, 346 
Sarah Elizabeth, 154,191 
Sarah Margaret, 312, 314, 319 
Sherry Kay, 320 
Sidney Arthur, 312,314,319 
Susan Florence, 326, 334, 347 
Thelma Elizabeth, 333, 344 
Thomas, 125, 126,278,311,326 
Thomas Caleb, 334 
Thomas Edward, 326, 333, 334, 335 
Thomas Eugene, 326 
Thomas Ray, 320 
Verba, 314. 320 
Verda, 333.345 
Verna, 334, 34^ 
Von Stoker, 314,320 
William Anthon, 312 
TODD, Rachel, 53 
TOLDERBY, Elizabeth, 78 

John. 78 
TOMLYN, Mr., 84 
TOMPSON, Velma, 210 
TOOLSON, Eunice, 304,309 
George Peter, 304 
Kernel Buxton, 304, 309 
Syble, 178 
TOWLER, Ethlyn. 337 
TOZIER, Richard, 44 
TRACY, Christopher, 77,87 
David, 77 
Francis, 77 
Jane, 87 
John, 79,87 

Margaret, ( )• 87 

Mary. 19,77.87 
Rebecca, 46,63,75,87 



437 
Ruth, 87 

Sarah, 87 

Stephen, 75, 87 
TRIBOLETT, Billie, 309 
Jackie, 309 
John, 309 

Susan, 309 

Tommy, 309 
TRIGGS, Samuel. 5 
TROWBRIDGE, John, 82 
TRUCKENMILLER, Pauicia 
Cleone, 318 
TUBES, Samuel, 90 

William, 79 
TUCK, Edward, 32 
TUCKER, John, 22 
TUELLER, Sarah, 172 
TURPIN, Edith Mary, 154 
TURLEY, Esther, 239 
TURNER, Afton, 209 

Albert Lynn, 208 

Alma J. , 208 

Alio, 208 

Arvella, 209 

Barbara, 209 

Edna, 198,209 

Gerald, 208 

Gladys, 198,208 

Ida Faye, 210 

Irene, 209 

John, 198 

Joseph Richard, 198, 208, 209 

Josie Birdie, 198 

Larry Ray, 208 

Laurine, 209 

Lawrence B. , 198,209 

Leon, 209 

Lenna, 198,209 

Lester, 208 

Libbie Leah, 208 

Marley R. ; 209 

Mary Elizabeth, 197 

Max, 209 

Morris B. , 198,209 

Nedra, 209 



4iS 

Orval Bennett, 198,208,214 

Orval NewcU, 209,214 

Richard Lawrence, 209 

Richard Ray, 198,208 

Ronald Morris, 209 

Ruby Zeffa, 198,209 

Sandra May, 209 

Sarah Mcrese (Ricks). 209 

Steven Clifford, 209 

Valton O. , 209 

Veda Karen, 209 

Wallace B. , 198,209 
TUTTLE, Annie, 362 

Polly, 70 
TWINING, Thankful, 73 
TWOM8LY, Hannah, 14 

John, 15 

Sarah, 45 
TYKBOWLL, John, 89 
TYMAFICHUK, Arvilla Dee, 334, 
346 

Boyd, 334 
Leona Marie, 334 
Lillian, 334, 346 
Nicholas, 334,346 
TYTE, Robert, 56 

u 

UNCK, Marie, 348 
UPTAIN, Bonnie Bethene, 265 

Owen Jasper, 265 

Thomas Earber, 265 
URE, Katherine, 267 
URIN, Jane, 37 



VANBRUNT, Mahala, 313 
VANCE, Catherine Jo, 271 
Christopher Michael, 271 
David Marion, 271 
Kenneth Leonard, 271 
Leonard A. , 271 
Marion Isaac, 271 



Susan, 271 
VAN DAM, Herben. 1 85 

Margaret, 185 
VANDEN ACKER, Jed Miller, 348 

Leonard, 348 

Marie, 348 

Melvin C. , 347 
VAN NOY, Ralph Lewis, 287 

Ruth. 287 
VAN ORDEN, Lucille, 306 

Mary Elizabeth, 352 

William, 306 
VAN SCHAUNHAVEN, Dorcas A, , 
180 
VAN SYCLE, George, 147 

Lena Maude (Wallace), 147, 181,364 
VAUGHAN, Mrs., 5 
VAN VALKENBURG, Charles M. , 

34- 
Lois, 342 

VARNEY, Mary, 41 

VEACH, Anna, 200 

George, 200 

Ralph, 200 
VERES, Richard Frank, 257 

Ronald James, 257 
VIEHWEG, Pearl Lillian, 295 
VILLARS, Mary, 38 

w 

WADDOUPS, Pres. , II5 
WADLEIGH, Robert, 30,37 
WADSWORTH, Pre derick James, 
175 

James Donald, 175 
WAGNER, Alice Kate, 167 
WAITE, Delmar, 297 

Joseph Richard, 297 
WAKELEY, Evelyn, '320 
WAKLEY, Charles, 306 

Mildred, 306 ^ 
WALDERNE, Edward, 39 

Joan (---), 39 

William, 39 



WALDRON, Alexander, 40 

Ann|i, 41 

Bridget, 41 

Daniel, 41 

Eleanore Victoria, 272 

Elizabeth, 40,41,45 

Foulke, 40 

George, 4,39,40 

Grace (---), 42 

Humphery, 40 

John, 4. i5»22,.40,4i 

Katherine, 40 

Major, 22 

Mary, 40,41 

Mary (---). 41, 

Mehitable,4, 15, 21,41 

Prudence, 40 

Richard, 40,41 

Robert, 40 

Sarah, 41 

Thomas, /^o 

Waldemor V, , 272 

William, 39,40,41 
WALFORD, Hance, 5 
WALKER, Coral, 1 87 

Gerald Cecil, 162 

Grace (---), 4, 20 

Hannah, 4, 20,42 

John, 4,20,41,42 

Leona, 162 

Mary, 42,47,237 

Mr., 50 

Nora Louise, 342 

Pearl Margaret, 199 
WALL, Beverly Ann, 356 

Cliris A, , 356 

Cornelius, 356 

Elwood Lee, 356 

James, 32 

L.B. , 158 

Sylvia Arlene, 356 

Venoy Louis, -356 
WALLACE, George. 206 

James R., 147 

Lena Maude, 147,181,364 



Lucile, 20G 
WALLEN, Jean. 4 
WALLIS. Eleanor. 13 

George, 13 

William, i^ 
WALTON, Charles, 314 

Dale George, 198 

George, 198 

George Ossian, 198,210 

Gladys Georgia, 198,210 

Sarah, 314.320 
WARDELL, Alvero, 1 39. 170 

Alvero Allen, T40, 170 

Aria Mae, 140 

Artell (---), 170 

Chloe, 140, 170 

David Keith, 170 

Delbert Allen, 139 

John, 139 

Keith Allen, 140, 170 

Norma, 139, 170 

WARE, Gene Anders, 263 

Jack Austin, 263 

Jack Denton, 263 

Jesse Brent, 263 

Patricia Ann, 263 

Paul Arden, 263 

Richard Ardon, 263 

Ruth Elizabeth, 263 
WARREN, Elmer, J2 

James, 25 

Jane, 38 

Mary, 50 
WATERS, Eldonis, 363 
WATERBURY, David, 59 

Sarah, 74 
WATKINS, Allen Ned, 256 

Ancil Ned, 224, 256 

Catherine, 320 

Cliarlene, 256 

Dean Richard, 256 

Delmer De Mar. 224. 257 

Dennis Demar, 257 

DeVerl W. , 320 

Flora Jean, 254, 273 



439 



440 
Flora Rose, 256 
Florett, 256 
Galen Franklin, 255 
Galen Hatch, 223, 254 
Gerald. 364 
Henry Cobb, 259 
Ida Merlene, 255, 273 
Ila Marie, 254 
James Allen, 223, 256 
James Heber, 256 
John Hatch, 223 
Joseph Heber, 223, 256 
Joseph Russell, 254 
Julia Ann, 254 
Katherene, 256 
Leo, 320 
LeRae, 256 
Linda Gayle, 256 
Loraine, 255 
Lorum Russell, 255, 273 
Mabel Jean, 255,274- 
Mary Louise, 254 
Norene, 259 
Norman Lewis, 255 
Robert Olen, 254 
Ruth Elanor, 254 
Sharon Sue, 257 
Silver Fern, 273 

Steven K, , 320 

Sylvia, 255 

Teri LaRae, 273 

Thomas Russell, 223, 254, 255, 256, 

Thomas Steed, 254 

Val DeVerl, 320 

Vivia Marie, 256 

Warner R. , 255 

Warner Russell, 223, 255, 273, 274 

Wayne Allen, 223, 256 

Wayne Laveer, 255 

William Olen, 223, 254, 273 
WATROUS, Elizabeth. 29 
WATSON, Edward, 42 

Grace, 20,42 

Jonathan, 40 

Mrs. Mary, 54 



Shirley Ilean, 348 

William Ostler, 348 
WATTLES or WATTELS, John, 46, 
60.76,88 

Mary, 46, 76, 88 

Mary ( — -). 88 

Richard, 88 

Rose, 88 

William, 88 
WEAVBR, Bessie, 243 

Lula Bemice, 208 
• Lila Fawn, 207, 214 
WEBB, Albert Dorus, 237 

Catherine Alvira, 256 

Constance, 210 

Eva. 237 

George O, , 21 

Gladys. 318,322 

Dorothy Jean, 307 

Gwendel Leroy, 307 

Gwenna Helen, 307 

Hannah, 6 

Myretta ( — ), 307 

Robert Leroy, 307 
WEBSTER, John, 24,31 
Margery, 17 
Thomas, 17 
Warren, 71 
WEDGWOOD, Mary, 7 

Sally, 7 
WEED, Bethiah, 68 
Daniel, 54 
Rachel (Buxton), 69 
Mrs. Ruth, 54 
WEEKS, John, 80 
Mary, 14,81 

Temperance, 10, 117,298 
WELCOME, Mary, 32 
WELKER, Beulah Pearl, 316 
Devera, 317 

William, 316. 317 ,p 

William Franklin, 317 '''- 

WELLS, Donna Arlene, 267 
Melvin Dan. 338 
Walter, 267 



WENT, Elizabeth. 43 
WENTWORTH or D E VV Y N T E R - 
\^hADE FAMILY, 42 
WENTWORTH, Anne. 44 

Anne (---), 43 

Benjamin, 41,45 

Christopher, 32, 43, 44 

Edward, 44 

Elizabeth, 44,45 

Elizabeth ( — ), 44 

Ephraim, 41,45 

Ezekiel, 4, 14,44 

Faith, 44 

Frances, 44 

Francis, 43, 44 

Gershom, 44, 45 

Henry. 42 

Hugh, 42 

Jane, 43 

Jane (---), 43 

John, .42,43,44,45 

Love (—) (Thing), 45 

Martha, 14 

Mary( — "), 44 

Michael, 42 

Oliver, 43 

Paul, 45 

Prise ilia, 44 

Reginald, 42 

Richard, 42, 43 

Robert, 42 

Roger. 43 

Samuel, 44 

Sarah, 45 

Sylvanus, 45 

Tamsen, 4, 14,45 

Thomas, 43, 45 

Timothy, 45 

William, 4,26,42,43. 44 
WESTCOTT, Abigail, 68 
WESTON, Anne Parkinson, 168 

Carol Parkinson, 168 

David Parkinson, 168 

Marie Parkinson, 168 

Walter E. , 168 



441 

WESTOVER, John Henry, 138 

Jonah, 19 

I.eith, 138 
WEYERMAN, Ilene. 188 

John, 188 

Verlin Rose. 188 

Woodrow George. 188 
WHEELEl^ Benha. 209 

Blanch. 248 

Colleen, 307 

Elizur (Dr. ), 67 

Harold Dale, 307 

Harold Melvin, 307 

Lelia, 287 

Linda Lee 307 

Melvin Levi, 307 

Mr., 23 

Patricia Joyce, 307 
WHEELWRIGHT, John, 44 
WHELDEN, Catherine, 46, 63, 73, 88 

Gabriel, 63,88 

Henry, 88 

John. 88 

Margaret ( — ), 63,88 

Ralph, 88 

Ruth, 88 
WHITBRED, Alice, 84 

Alice (---), 84 

Henry, 84 
WHITE, Amelia, 10,193 

Debora, 253 

Elizabeth, 197 

John, 32 

John Casad, 253 

John Z. , 253 

Kathryn, 253 

Mary, 89 

Matildia, 119 

Salome, 31 

William, 56 
WHITEHEAD, Ausim Junior, 145 

Barbara June, 144, 17° 
Betty Lou, 144 
Clair Allen, 144- ^7^^ 
Clarence Christian, 144, 173' '7^ 



44- 

Cdna Catherine, 144, 175 

Francis Grant, 145 

Frank, 144, 145 

James Austiii, 145, 178 

Judith Lynn, 176 

KetinetJi Dean, 144 

Marjoric, 145, 178 

Theda May, 144, 176 
WHITOiILL, Ellen, 364 
WHITING, Andrew Jackson. 9 
WHITxNER, Harry Moyer, 303 
WHITTLE, Minerva, 10, 114, 115, 
I 2 I , I 23, 277, 278. 279, 280. 281 , 
283 

Thomas Levi, 10, 1 14, 1 15, 277 
WHYSTON, Ellen, 84 

Helen 84 
WICKHAM, Lavon, 296 

Margene, 296 
WICK MAN, Mr., 27 
WILBORE, Anna. 75 
WILCOX, Alice Lovenia, 243, 272 

Belva, 243, 272 

Bernice, 296 

Cathy Jane, 272 

Ferii Clifford, 242, 272 

Hazel, 243, 272 

James David, 220 

James F. , 1 24 

lames Feris, 242, 272 

John Feris, 272 

Judith 220, 244 

Patsy Elaine, 272 

Sliaron Kae, 272 

Thomas Clifford, 243, 272 

Thomas Feris, 219, 220, 242, 243, 

244 

Thomas Raymond, 242 
..TLCOXSON, Edward, 82 

Hannah Farnum, 34 

Rebecca, 34 
WILFORD. Gilbert, 15,16 

Martha, 15 

Mary, 15 

Mar>(Dow), 15 



Natlianiel, 5 
Ruth, 5 

WILKERSON, Charles A.. 211 

Margaret Elida, 21 1 
WILKINS, Chajlotie Hannah. 2i;a 

Barley Jeptlia, 230 

James Wallace, 252 

Jerry Leon, 2«;2 

Orson, 25? 

Orson Stuan, 252 

Vergie, 230 

Wallace Phelps, 252 
WILKINSON, Elda, 303 
WILLARD, Abraham, 90 

Andrew, 88 

Agnes, 88 

Alexander, 88 

Alice, 88 

Catlierine, 89 

Catiierine (— -)i 88 

Daniel, 89 

Deborah, 46, 61,81,89 

Dorothy (---), 81,89 

Edward, 89 

Elizabeth, 89 

Elizabeth ( — -), 88 

George, 81,89 

Georgem, 88 

Jacob, 89 

JoanX---), 89 

John, 89, 

Joshua, 89 

Margery, 89 

Mary, 89, 

Richard, 88,89 

Robert, 88 

Simon, 89 

Symon, 88 

Thomas, 88,89 

Thomasine, 88 

William, 88 
WILLDEN, Arlene Margaret, 26^ 

Jared Craig, 263 
WILLEY, Abraham, 90 

Ann ( — ), 89 



Hannah, 46, 52,85,89 

Hannah (Hungerford-Blatchford- 

Spencer), 86 

Isaac, 85,89 

Joanna ( — ), 85,89 

John, 86,90 

Margeret, 265 

Mary, 90 

Sarah, 90 

William Theodore, 265 
WILLIAMS, Beatrice, 273 

Carol Deanne, 166 

Charles Jr. , 152 

Connie Afton, 248 

Donna May, 308 

Eldors Gerry, 166 

Eva Elizabeth, 152, 188 

Francis, 13 

George, 152, 188 

Gladys Letha, 152, 188 

Joseph, 58 

Katie May, 275 

Kirk Smith, 344 

Mary, 63 

Robert Adelbert, 249 

Roger, 42 

Thomas, 100 

Walter Kent, 344 

Walter Thomas, 344 

Woodrow George, 152 
WILLIAMSON, Ruth Poppleton, 
172 
WILLIS, John, 76 ■ 

Rebecca, 76 

William, 76 
WILSON, Dwayne Leroy, 158 

Earl Allen, 141 

Eleanor, 129 

Eleanor Rebecca, 205 

Hamoah, 52 

James D. , 158 

James O. , 1 58 

Janet Ruth, 172 

Jeffrey Steven. 172 

John, 86 



443 

John B. , 292 

Joseph Ellis, 141 

Lois Allen, 141, 172 

Luana Jean, 171 

Luther Glenn, 141, 172 

Marcellus Allen, 141, 171 

O.Lee, 258 

Orville, 170 

Pearl Melissa, 229 

Phillip Michael, 172 

Rlioda Elaine, 141, 172 

Robert, 86 

Shirley Geraldine, [41 

Wellington Paul, 141, 171, 172 
WINCH, Samuel, 45 
WINFORD, Elder, 44 
WINGATE, Mar>', 15 

Samuel, 14 
WINN, Lucretia, 10,103,3!! 

Vangie Mae, 237 
WINNE, John, 44 
WIN SLOW, Edward, 56 
WINTERTON, G 1 ady s , 315, 316, 
321 

John Eugene, 316 
WINWARD, Charles, 162 

Charles Jay, 162 

Darwin, 162 

Elenor, 361 

Emer Leroy, 361 

Jari)-, 162 

Joan, 162 

Nina Ann, 162 

Kolan Jean, 162 

Nolan John, f62 

Vernetia, 294 
WITMER, Calvin Ray, 187 

Gerry Allen, 187 

Robert Ray, 187 
WKAM, Elizabeth, 73 
WOLCOTT, Anne, l8 
WOMACK, Beverley Jean, 319 

Glorctta Louise, 319 

Jolin. 313. 31^ 
John Harold, 319 



444 

WOOD, Edyth, 1 76 

Elizabeth, 78 

Hiram, 70 

Paulina, 69 

Stephen, 33 
WOODHOUSE(Wodehouse) Emma, 

42 
William, 42 

WOODLAND, A r t hux Joseph, 3 1 6 

321 

Dennis R. , 317 

Doreen, 165 

Hazel, 317 

Joseph Morrison, 316 

Richard Edward, 165 

Shirley, 317 

Verna, 317 

Yvonne, 317,321 
WOODRUFF, Anna, 69 

Birdsey, 6g 

Hardy, 69 

Olive, 69 

Oliver, 69 

Sidney, 69 

Steptoe, 70 

Washington, 70 
WOO WARD, Bessie, 202 

Glenn, 202 

James L. , 201 

James Orvlle, 201 

Joyce, 202 

Rachel (-— ), 201 

Thelma, 202 

Thomas, 201 
WOODWORTH, Joseph, 38 
WOOLEN, Jane, 4,20 

John, 20 
WOOLERY. Richard. 24 
WOOLFORD, Ambrose, 328,340 

Cless Raymond, 328, 340 

Janet Ruth, 340 

Nadine Marie, 340 

Ruth Lanette, 329 

Thomas Henry, 328 
WOOTEN, V.F., 340 



Wanda, 340 
WORKMAN, Andrew J. , 99 
Donna, 341 

William L. , 341 
WORNELL, Esther, 53 
WORTHINGTON, Polly Gene- 
vieve, 179 
WREN, Howard Clinton, 243, 272 

John C. , 243 

Laurance Thomas, 243 

Nancy Jo, 272 

Richard Beltram, 243 

Weaver Beltram, 243, 272 
WRIGHT, Dwayne Penrose, 272 

Elling Lyman, 320 

Jane Theodora, 279 

Lyman Sidney, 272, 320 

Mary Elizabeth, 299 

Richard M. , 72 

Richard N. , 'J2 

Samuel, 50 

Sarah, 19 
WYATT, Douglas Alan, 344 

JiU, 344 

Todd Nathn, 344 

William, 344 

William L, , 344 
WYBROW, Frances Evelyn, 299 
WYROUCK, Cheryl Lynn, 295 

Joanne, 295 

Samuel Albert, 295 

Samuel Howe, 295 

Susanne, 295 



YAGER, Katherine Elizabeth. 263 
YEAMAN, Dortha, 320 

Edith, 319 

George W. , 319,320 
YORK Claudia, 213 

Frank Howard, 213 

Harold Ernest, 213 

Jean(-— ), 168 

Lee, 168 



44: 

Mavis Lee, 21 v 
Mehiiabie, ; 
Rachel, 26 
Richard, 26 
Shirley Elaine, 213 
Susan Jean, 168 
William Byme, 168 
YOUNG, Br igham, 94, 109,110, 
111,118 
Dale Howard, 186 
Ella Mae, 225 
George, 186 
Glen Allen, 1 86 
Harold Johnson, 225 
Howard Barfus, 186 
Joanna, 7 
John Ray, 225 
Mable Marie, 288 

Martin Ray, 225 

Mary, 272 

Mercy (—), 73 

Nathaniel, 7^ 

Patience, 59 

Robert Lee, i'86 

Vilate, 94 

William, 288 

Zelfa, 213 



446 

Copying And Printing Ralph Fuller's Book 

Our family's copy of Ancestors and Descendants of Andrew Lee and Clarinda 
Knapp Alien was damaged beyond repair during a fire in our home and I could find no 
one who wanted to sell me a replacement copy. The publishers have no plans to print 
more, however they have no objection if their book is copied for noncommercial use. 

As there are inexpensive ways for "do-it-yourselfers" to print books I decided to 
copy my family's volume and make the data available to anyone who wants a copy. 

The book has been copied electronically using my desk top computer with 
Windows XP, Abbyy FineReader 5.0 and Adobe Photo Shop 2.0. The data is stored 
within the computer's memory. For the book's 445 pages 150,044,672 bytes of data 
must be stored and the entire volume can be copied to a single CD-R. 

Each page is a separate file indexed by its page number and is an exact copy of 
the original page except it has been enlarged by 25%. The original book's page size is 
5.5 by 8.5 inches. The copied pages are 8.5 by 1 1 .0 inches and have a left margin of 
1.5 inches to facilitate binding.. The quality of the pictures is not as good as in the 
original book however their enlargement somewhat mitigates this. 

The cost of printing one or more copies (double sided) is about $15.00 per copy 
as quoted by Envision Press located at: 

3678 W 2150 S, Unit 1 A, West Valley, Utah 84120. 801-973-6100 

Envision will include a soft (paper back) cover for an additional $2.25 plus a $35.00 
per batch setup charge. The costs of hard back covers were found to range from $8.00 
to $25.00 depending on quantity and type. The cost for a single CD-R, (with protective 
'cover for shipment) purchased at the FHL, is about $1 .00. These prices are subject to 
change without notice. 

A copy cf Ancestors and Descendants ofArdrew Lee and Qcoinda Knapp A lien was 
available in the Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints located at 50 North West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah. The book is 
cataloged under US/Canada call no: 929.273 AL53. However that copy is now 
listed as 'misplaced'. A replacement copy and the CD-R will be offered to the 
library. In-Library use of this volume is expected to be available to patrons at no 
charge. 

Terry S. Allen, Novanber. 2007 

801-292-3266