Joseph Rlley, m. Polly Frances Harmon; Mary Maranda,
m. David Turner; James Freeman, m. Cassa Stringham;
Sarah Jane, m. Solomon Sprague; Emily Ann, m. David
McKee; Jesse Huntsman, m.
Emeline Carline; Melissa, m.
Robert Miller; John Thomas, m. Mina Wilson; Salina, m.
Mr. Sutherland. Family home Holden, Utah.
Physician; school teacher. County recorder; juvenile
judge; county assessor and collector; surveyor; justice of
peace of Millard county; county clerk; county attorney;
United States surveyor.
GILES, JOSEPH RILEY (son of Joseph Sinker Giles and
Sarah Huntsman). Born Oct. 8, 1860, at Filmore.
Married Polly Frances Harmon May 19, 1882, at Holden,
Utah (daughter of Appleton Milo Harmon and Elemeda
Stringham, both of Nauvoo, 111. Came to Utah in 1847). She
was born March 4, 1864. Their children: Elemeda b. Aug. 6,
1883, m. Mathew Carson; Dennis b. Aug. 17, 1886, m. Wini-
fred Thomas; Mable b. Jan. 13, 1893; Robert Shirley b. Feb.
17, 1898; Donald b. March 14, 1905; Helen Jeanet b. March
22, 1907. Family resided Holden and Lehi, Utah.
Blacksmith; farmer; wagonmaker.
GILLESPIE, WILLIAM (son of Peter Gillespie and Margerite
Mclntyre of Scotland, pioneers). Born April 13, 1855.
Married Sarah J. Lees Jan. 16. 1879, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Lees Jr. and Martha Needham, pioneers
October, 1855, Milo Andrus company). She was born Sept.
10, 1857, at Salt Lake City. Their children: William P. b.
March 6, 1881, m. Molvina Ostler; Martha b. March 31, 1883,
m. James H. Kirk; Sarah Edyth b. Aug. 25, 1886, m. Frank
H. Manning; J. Earnest b. April 12, 1888; Elliott L. b. Sept.
23, 1893; Margerite Lovene b. Nov. 11, 1896.
GILI.ETT, GRANVILLE (son of Horace Glllett and Sarah
C. Moore of Neversink, Sullivan Co., New York). Born
April 5, 1847, at Neversink. Came to Utah Sept. 21, 1854,
Capt. Fields company.
Married Fanny Ridout Feb. 11, 1875, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Samuel Ridout and Mary Ann Hart of South-
ampton, Eng., pioneers Oct. 27, 1864, William Hyde com-
pany). She was born April 17, 1856. Their children: Sarah
Moore b. Dec. 2, 1875; Mary A. b. Feb. 9, 1877. m. John Hugh
Vincent; Granvill b. March 31, 1879, d. Jan. 18, 1884; Fanny
J. b. June 21, 1886; Collins Horace b. Sept. 25, 1891, m.
Lumberman and builder; landlord.
GILLETT, COLLINS MOORE (son of Horace Gillett and
Sarah C. Moore of Neversink.) Born Nov. 14, 1837, Never-
sink, New York.
Missionary to England. Pioneer lumberman. Died Aug.
20, 1866, near Lincoln City, Neb.
GILLIES, EBENEZER (son of John Gillies and Christina
Gibb of Blair, Logie, Scotland). Born Nov. 18, 1819. at
Blair. Logie, Scotland. Came to Utah 1854, William S. Empey
Married Esther Whittaker March 12, 1848. Their child:
John Gillies, died in infancy.
Married Ann Gaitus 1853 at Sunderland, Eng. (daughter of
John Gaitus of Newcastle on Tyne). She was born Oct. 22,
1833. Their children: Joseph S. Gillies, died; Mary Ann
Gillies, m. Richard S. Home; Ebenezer, m. Sarah Smith;
Robert John, m. Isabel Black: Margaret C., m. Charles D.
White; Duncan M., m. Minnie Gertrude Woolfenden; Isabella,
m. Fred P. Kesler; Sarah J.; George B.. m. Hannah Black
and Ida Anderson; J. Ward. Family home Beaver City,
High priest. Carpenter and machinist.
GILLIES, DUNCAN M. (son of Ebenezer Gillies and Ann
Gaitus). Born Oct. 12, 1865, at Beaver City, Utah.
Married Minnie Gertrude Woolfenden Nov. 1, 3899, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of Abraham Woolfenden and Sarah
Hewitt of Liverpool, Eng. Came to Utah Nov. 16, 1883).
She was born Nov. 23, 1875. Their child: Gertrude Shirley
b. Aug. 17, 1900. Family home Beaver City, Utah.
Missionary to Virginia 1892-94. High councilman; presi-
dent Y. M. M. I. A. City councilman. Farmer and stock-
GILMER, JOHN THORNTON (son of Charles Meriweather
Gilmer and Mary Ann Ratliffe). Born Feb. 22, 1841, Quincy,
111. Came to Utah 1864, Ben Halllday stage line.
Married Mary E. Vance Sept. 15, 1866, in Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Vance and Elizabeth Campbell of McDon-
ough. 111., pioneers Oct. 4, 1847, John Taylor company). She
was born Nov. 2, 1844. Their children: Charles Meriweather,
m. Emma Merritt; Lucile b. 1870; Monroe Salisbury; Jay T.,
m. Elizabeth Watson; Thornton Meriweather, m. Elaine
Hammell; Lloyd Jack, m. Eloise Sadler. Family home, Salt
Manager Gilmer & Salisbury Overland S^age company.
Government mail contractor; mining operator. Died May 8,
GILSON, "WILLIAM (son of Edward and Lydia Gilson).
Born 1811, Leicestershire, Eng. Came to Utah 1859, Edward
Married Charlotte King (daughter of John King and
Fanny Watkin of Nottinghamshire, Eng.), who was born
1810. Their children: Frances, m. Richard Gibbs. m. John
Stock; Reuben, m. Caroline Liberty; Edward, m. Cynthia R.
Drake; Elizabeth, m. Ebenezer Richardson: Ann, died; John
King, died; Martha Ann, m. William H. Hall Nov. 22, 1869.
Family home Melton, Leicestershire.
Seventy. Died 1877, Lynn ward, Ogden, Utah.
GIVINS, JAMES M. (son of John and Martha Givins, former
of Ireland, latter of Scotland). Born Dec. 3, 1821. Came
to Utah 1863.
Married Agness Murray (McCartney) 1855 (daughter of
Robert Murray and Jane Robinson), who was born 1822, and
came to Utah 1864, Ferramorz Little company. Only child:
Elizabeth M. b. Feb. 4, 1867, m. Joseph H. Jordan Nov. 22,
Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Helped bring immi-
grants to Utah.
GLAZIER. SHEPHERD (son of Calvin Glazier and Lydia
Pierce of Massachusetts). Born riept. 9, 1793, Holland,
Worcester county, Mass. Came to Utah October, 1851, James
Married Clarissa Withey Feb. 5, 1814, in Massachusetts,
who was born Dec. 27, 1796. Their children: Caroline B. b.
Aug. 29, 1815, m. Lavoirey Stebbins; Mary b. May 22, 1817, m.
Chauncy Bacon; Edwin b. May 11, 1819; Merrick b. Jan. 10.
1821; Luther W. b. March 22, 1823, m. Martha Stevenson;
Lewis O. b. March 8, 1829, m. Marinda Knapp; Joseph. Fam-
ily home in New York state.
Married Rosetta Dean October, 1841, in Hancock Co., 111.
(daughter of Treadway Dean and Sarah Robinson of Ver-
mont), who was born June 4, 1804. Their children: Charles
Dean b. Sept. 26, 1842, m. Martha Jane Dusenberry; Mary R.
b. Dec. 15, 1843, m. Joseph S. Faucett; Loren S. b. Dec. 26,
1845, m. Alpharetta Bunnell; Martha B. b. Oct. 8, 1848, m.
John M. Haws. Family home Provo, Utah.
High priest; home missionary; bishop's counselor. Farmer
and stockraiser. Died Feb. 23, 1881.
GLAZIER, CHARLES DEAN (son of Shepherd Glazier and
Rosetta Dean). Born Sept. 26, 1842, in Hancock county, 111.
Came to Utah with parents.
Married Martha Jane Dusenberry Oct. 4, 1864 (daughter
of Mahlon Dusenberry and Aurilla Coray of Provo, Utah,
pioneers July, 1860, Capt. Williams company), who was born
April 16, 1843, Perry, 111. Their children: Charles Albert b.
July 27, 1865, m. Agnes May Smoot; Belzora b. Nov. 28, 1866.
d. Nov. 19, 1883; Wilson S. b. Oct. 11, 1868, d. Oct. 8, 1886;
Jeannette b. June 8, 1871, d. Dec. 13, 1883; Lorin Dean b.
Jan. 4, 1873; Warren R. b. Jan. 2, 1875, d. March 28, 1883;
Helen R. b. Aug. 18. 1876, m. John B. Myers; Royal C. b.
Sept. 16, 1881. d. April 2, 1882; Mary L. b. Feb. 15, 1884, d.
March 24, 1880. Family home Provo, Utah.
High priest; missionary to southern states 1882-83; Sun-
day school superintendent; member high council Utah stake.
Justice of peace; city councilman, Provo. Farmer; stock-
GLAZIER, LOREN SCOVILL (son of Shepherd Glazier and
Rosetta Dean). Born Dec. 26, 1845, Nauvoo, 111. Came to
Utah Oct. 8. 1851.
Married Alpharetta Jane Bunnell Jan. 17, 1870. Salt Lake
City (daughter of David Edwin Bunnell and Sally Helen
Conrad of Michigan, pioneers 1852), who was born Nov. 30,
1848, Pottawattamie, Iowa. Their children: Amy Jane b.
Dec. 20, 1870, m. John P. Nicholson; Loren Adelbert b. March
11. 1873, m. Florence Brereton; David Shepherd b. Oct. 16.
1877. m. Maud Daley; Irvin Dean b. Nov. 4, 1887; Reed Conrad
b. Aug. 31. 1891; Lilly Leane (adopted) b. July 6, 1890, m.
Joseph Kendall. Family home Provo, Utah.
PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH
High priest; missionary to Tennessee 1893. Provo city
councilman; chief of fire department at Provo, 1892-93. Pres-
ident Timpanogos and Rock Canyon Water company. Farm-
er and fruitgrower.
.l.i: \so\. .IOHX STRBATOR (son of Ezekiel Gleason and
Polly Howard of Worcester, Mass.). Born Jan. 13, 1819.
Came to Utah July 22, 1847, Brigham Young company.
Married Desdemona Chase Nov. 8, 1839, Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of Isaac Chase of Centerville, Utah, pioneer 1847,
second company). She was born April 3, 1821. Their chil-
dren: John b. 1844. died same year; Alviras Home b. 1848, m.
Maria Meady Lane; Ezekiel, died; Johannah Louisa, m.
Leonidas Kennard; Joseph Hyrum b. June 19, 1855, died Feb.
26, 1890; Clara Maria, m. Andrew Locey Rogers. Family
home Farmington, Utah.
Married Eliza Ann Malin 1852. Their children: Elijah M.,
m. Jane Garfleld; Amasa L., m. Jane Walton.
Married Mary Ann Southerland 1864 at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Sutherland born 1805, Ireland, and
Mary Ann Timmings, born 1807, London, Eng. pioneers
1859), who was born April 7, 1834, in London. Their chil-
dren: John S. b. June 22, 1865, died June 22, 1865; Thomas
Henry b. Feb. 8. 1867, m. Amanda Charlotte Jacobson; Eliza
Ellen b. April 21. 1869, m. William Parley Broomhead; Lo-
renzo b. March 29, 1871, died Aug. 1872; Mary Ann b. Aug.
6, 1875. Family home Pleasant Grove, Utah.
One of presidents of 40th quorum seventies; high priest;
president teachers' quorum at Farmington; missionary to
England 1860-63, to Eastern states 1869-70 and to Eastern
states 1842-44. Major Nauvoo Legion. Assisted in bring-
ing immigrants to Utah. Settled at Little Cottonwood;
moved into Salt Lake City 1849 where he operated a saw-
mill for two years; moved to Centerville 1851; to Tooele
county where he served as county commissioner in 1852;
returned to Farmington in 1853. Lieutenant Colonel Davis
county militia. School teacher at Farmington; justice of
peace 1864-65; Davis county clerk. Moved to Pleasant Grove
1873. Died Dec. 21, 1904, Pleasant Grove.
GLEASON. ALVIRUS HORNE (son of John Streator Gleason
and Desdemona Chase). Born July 5, 1848, on the Elk Horn
Married Maria Meady Lane Jan. 18, 1869, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Hyrum Mead Lane and Naomi Chase, the latter
came to Utah 1853), who was born Aug. 15, 1847, in Wis-
consin. Their children: Emma Louise b. Oct. 4, 1869. m.
James A. Kers; Meady b. Sept. 19, 1871, m. C. B. Kason; Al-
virus Horace b. Sept. 7, 1873, m. Liza Larsen; John Chase b.
Aug. 1, 1875, m. Minnie Lewis; Delia; Phoebe b. Sept. 12,
1878, m. David Wood; Hyrum; Edward Carter b. March 31,
1882, m. Mildred Grover; Naomi b. Nov. 9, 1884, m. J. B.
Grover; George b. Aug. 23, 1886, m. Anne Myrtle Jensen;
Desdemona Florence b. Sept. 15, 1889; Lane b. March 15
1893, m. Pearl Jensen.
Resided in Salt Lake, Davis and Utah counties and on
Elgin Bench, Idaho. Setled at Garland 1871. Black Hawk
GLEASON, JOHN CHASE (son of Alvirus Home Gleason and
Maria Meady Lane). Born Aug. 1, 1875, Farmington, Utah.
Married Minnie Jane Lewis Dec. 15, 1904, Logan, Utah
(daughter of William Davis Lewis born Sept. 7, 1858. at
Provo, Utah, and Sarah Ann Harding born Feb. 25, 1862,
Provo), who was born Nov. 11, 1883. Riverton, Utah. Their
children: Beulah b. Jan. 5, 1906; Glenn Chase b. March 31,
1908; Elmo Lewis b. Aug. 16, 1909.
Missionary to Germany 1899-02; president of T. M. M. I. A.
at Garland ward; member stake board of T. M. M. I. A.;
GLEASON, ELIJAH M. (son of John S. Gleason and Eliza
Ann Malin). Born Nov. 10, 1854, Salt Lake City.
Married Mary J. Garfleld Aug. 23, 1879, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Henry Garfleld and Jane Ermiss, both of Kent,
Eng., pioneers 1854), who was bom June 21, 1858. Their
Children: Elijah M. b. June 19, 1880; James B. b. Dec. 25. 1882.
m. Clara M. Sharer; Carrie M. b. Sept. 27. 1884, m. Werlle
Sanders; Heber L. b. June 7, 1886; Elbert M. b. Sept. 12,
1888; Henry C., died; Athol G. b. Dec. 14, 1895; John S. b.
Nov. 28. 1898; Lowell V. b. Aug. 23, 1902; Irma V. b. Oct. 1,
1904. Family home, Salt Lake City.
Elder. Teamster and lumberman.
GLEASON, THOMAS HENRY (son of John Streator Gleason
and Mary Ann Sutherland). Born Feb. 8, 1867, Farmington,
Married Amanda Charlotte Jacobson Dec. 9, 1903, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of Anton Jacobson and Amanda Lar-
son of Skuna, Sweden, pioneers 1866, oxteam company), who
was born July 7, 1875. Their children: Amanda Marie b.
Jan. 20, 1905; Anton Jacobson b. Sept. 27, 1906; Jennie Eliza
b. May 21. 1909; Thomas Henry b. Aug. 28, 1911, d. Sept. 7,
1911; Lilian b. Nov. 29, 1912. Family home Pleasant Grove,
One of the presidents of the 44th quorum of seventies;
missionary to southern states 1896-97; superintendent 2d
ward Sunday school at Pleasant Grove; stake aid Y. M. M. I.
A. block teacher. Constable. Farmer.
Married Jane Brindley May 1, 1843 (daughter of Thomas
Brindley and Jane Hanson, who were married Sept. 4, 1820
Stockport, Eng.). Their children: Lucy b. May 17, 1846-
Hannah b. Oct. 23, 1846, m. Edward R. Roberts, April, 1869 :
Emma b. Aug. 26. 1848; Henry b. June 15. 1850; Walter b
May 31, 1852, m. Elizabeth Barronson, Aug. 1876; Herbert b'
Nov. 31. 1854; Mary Jane b. Jan. 2, 1858, m. James Saffler
Feb., 1873; Samuel b. Feb. 11. 1860. m. Martha Mecham'
Oct. 1893; Frances b. April 6, 1862; Bertha b. March 5, 1866
m. John Gardner.
CLEAVE, HERBERT (son of John Cleave and Jane Brind-
ley). Born Nov. 24, 1854.
GLENN, W ALTER (son of James Glenn). Born Oct. 6, 1821,
Kirkliston, Linlithgoshire. Scotland. Came to Utah Oct. 24,
1854, William Empey company.
Married Elizabeth Stuart (daughter of James Stuart and
Marion McKentire), who was born May 26, 1832. Came to
Utah Oct. 24, 1854, William Empey company). Their chil-
dren: James b. June 5, 1849, m. Ellen Reader; John b. Mar.
11, 1851, d. infant; Marion b. May 26, 1852, m. John Bank-
head; Jonathan b. Sept. 6, 1854, d. infant; Walter S. b.
March 12, 1856, m. Nancy Bankhead; Elizabeth b. March 13.
1858, m. Fred T. Bradshaw; Jenett b. June 6, 1860, m. Thomas
Hendry; Thomas b. Oct. 20. 1862, d. infant; Adam b. June 20
1864, m. Martha Bankhead; Margaret b. July 30. 1867, m.
Samuel John Perkins Jan. 16, 1890; William b. Nov. 30, 1870.
m. Christina Hendry; Anabell b. Oct. 6, 1873, m. Randolph
Veteran Echo canyon war. Early settler at Wellsville.
Rock cutter; farmer. Died Sept. !>7. 1909.
CLEAVE, JOHN (son of John Cleave, born March 6, 1795,
Altringham, Eng., and Lucy Potts, born June 4, 1798, Stock-
port, Eng.) Born March 2, 1822. at Stockport. Came to
Utah Aug. 20, 1868, Chester Lovelard company.
GLINES, JAMES HARVEY (son of James Pearsons Glines,
born Aug. 31, 1796, and Ruth Brown, born April 17, 1802,
both at Franklin, Merrimack county, N. H.). Born April
17, 1822, Franklin. Came to Utah July 28, 1847, with a sec-
tion of the Mormon battalion.
Married Elizabeth Ann Mayer Oct. 20, 1845. Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of George Mayer and Ann Yost, both of Bucyrus,
Crawford Co., Ohio pioneers 1848, Heber C. Kimball com-
pany), who was born Feb. 4, 1831, and died Nov. 3. 1876,
in Salt Lake City. Their children: James Erastus b. Oct. 27,
1847, d. child; George Albert b. March 17, 1850, m. Mary
Johannah Lundqulst; Elizabeth Ann b. March 13, 1852, m.
Frank Beers; Charles Harvey b. May 18. 1854, m. Melvie
Amanda Bassett; Mary Jane b. May 6, 1856, m. Edison King;
Annie Mariah b. May 11. 1858, m. James Hacking; John
Franklin b. March 13, 1860, m. Mary McKowen; William
Henry b. July 24, 1862, m. Adaline Workman; Emma Mayer
b. April 8, 1865, died; Sarah Helen b. May 23, 1866, m. Peter
Hansen; Andrew Lawrence b. Oct. 17, 1868. m. Mary Thorn-
ton; Alvin Clair b. May 6, 1870, d. Aug. 3, 1870; Alice Clara b.
May 6, 1870, d. July 30, 1870; Moses b. Aug. 16, 1871, d. Aug.
16. 1871; Aaron b. Aug. 16. 1871, d. Aug. 16, 1871; Warren
Carl b. Feb. 13, 1873, d. Aug. 16. 1890.
President 32d quorum seventies; high priest; missionary
to eastern states from Aug. 12, 1899, to Oct. 28, 1899. Ser-
geant-major under Col. James D. Allen in Mormon battalion.
Settled in Cedar Valley 1853, where he served as ward and
tithing clerk and president teachers' quorum. Assisted in
bringing immigrants to Utah. President Cedar Fort Irriga-
tion company 1879; justice of peace 1880; moved to Ashley
Valley 1883, where he reorganized the Ashley Central Irri-
gation Company 1884; president Upper Canal Company; pro-
bate judge two terms; bishop of Glines ward 1884; justice of
peace 1891. Died Aug. 31, 1906, Vernal, Utah.
GLINES, CHARLES HARVEY (son of James Harvey Glines
and Elizabeth Ann Mayer). Born May 18, 1854, Cedar Fort,
Married Melvie Amanda Bassett Dec. 19, 1875, Cedar Fort
(daughter of Charles Henry Bassett and Mary Elizabeth
Knight, of Salt Lake City pioneers 1852), who was born
July 28, 1856. Their children: Charles Herbert b. Sept. 14,
1876, m. Martha Gallaway; Roscoe Bassett b. June 12, 1878,
m. Martha Jeanette Dingman; Reginald Harvey b. Sept. 18,
1880, m. Martha Yriselda Fraughton; Leah Melvie b. Aug. 22,
1883, m. Miles Melvin Scofleld; William Ernest b. July 22,
1885, m. Ada Lathona McGuire; Junius Philip b. Sept. 30,
1887, died Jan. 2, 1891; Mary Elizabeth b. Dec. 1889, died Dec.
6. 1891; Diantha Merle b. Aug. 26, 1893; Henry Glines b.
Nov. 19, 1895, died Nov. 19, 1895; Lois Knight b. Oct. 9, 1897;
Byron Clawson b. Aug. 13, 1901.
High priest; president elders' quorum ten years; superin-
tendent Mill ward Sunday school eight years; ward teacher
28 years. Settled at Cedar Fort; moved to Tooele City
1876. returned to Cedar Fort 1877; from there went to Ver-
nal In 1910. Justice of peace 1909-10. Farmer and breeder
of thoroughbred horses.
GLOVER, WILLIAM (son of William Glover and Catherine
Amer of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland). Born March 31,
1813, at Kilmarnock. Came to Utah 1849, Samuel Brannan
Married Jane Cowen 1832 at Pottsvllle, Pa. (daughter of
John Cowen and Jane Mitchell of Pottsville, pioneers 1!
Samuel Brennan company, via California), who was born
Dec. 9, 1816, in Lanorkshire. Scotland. Their children: Wil-
liam; Jacob; John; David; Ann; Jane. m. Barnett Rigby;
Catherine, m. William Rigby; Joseph Smith, m. Ellen Mariah
PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH
Rice: William, m. Sarah J. Dapp; Mary Ann. m. Joseph
Hancock; Abraham; Marian, m. Henry Dapp; Sarah, m.
Married Zelnora Snow 1851, In Salt Lake City. She came
to Utah 1849. Their children: Asinath b. 1862, m. Melvin
Potter; Andrew; Brigham, m. Lucy ( ); Prince Alma;
Nora Eliza, m. George Smith.
Married Margaret Loteed 1856, in Salt Lake City. She was
born in Scotland and came to Utah 1855. Their children:
Ellen; Seth, m. Elizabeth Smith; James, m. Catherine Barber;
Margrett Jane, m. William Jenkins; David, m. Sarah
Barber; George, m. Margret ( -).
Member of seventy; missionary to England 1852-55.
Farmer. Died August, 1892, at Farmington, Utah.
GLOVER, JOSEPH SMITH (son of William Glover and Jane
Cowen). Born Sept. 13, 1846, in Pennsylvania. Came to
Married Ellen Mariah Rice Dec. 26, 1869, in Salt Lake
City (daughter of William R. Rice and Lucy Witter Gees
of Farmington, Utah, pioneers Sept. 13, 1847, Bishop Hunter
company), who was born Sept. 13, 1846. Their children:
Joseph Hyrum b. April 16, 1869. m. Edith Van Orden; Jane
b. Nov. 25, ( ), m. William E. Davis; Ellen b. July 28, 1874,
m. William Wheeler Thompson; Catherine, m. William V.
Hodges; Delila Adeline b. Jan. 20, 1879; Caroline b. May 2.
1881, m. Clarence O. Cherry; Sarah M. b. April 25, 1885, m.
Shem G. Purnelle; Orvill W. b. May, 1890, m. Eve Hutchinson;
Lewella Marian b. Oct. 10. 1892.
GLOVER, JOSEPH HTRUM (son of Joseph Smith Glover and
Ellen Mariah Rice). Born April 15, 1869, at Farmington,
Married Edith Van Orden Feb. 19, 1891, in Idaho (daugh-
fter of Everett Clark Van Orden and Elizabeth Harris of
Lewiston, Idaho), who was born Dec. 4, 1870. Their chil-
dren: Edith Lourena b. Jan. 11, 1893, m. J. E. Martindale;
Alta May b. Nov. 12, 1894; Joseph Everett b. Sept. 6, 1896;
Esther Leroy b. Aug. 26, 1898; Leland Smith b. Aug. 22,
1900; Raymond b. June 7. 1902; Hyrum b. Dec. 21. 1903; Arvid
F. b. Feb. 3. 1905; Clement b. Dec. 11, 1906; Audessa L. b.
July 25. 1908; Eva E. b. Aug. 24, 1911. Family home Marys-
ville, Fremont Co., Idaho.
Member 113th quorum seventies; missionary In Fremont
stake; ward teacher. Constable and justice of peace, Marya-
ville, Idaho. Farmer.
GLOVER, WILLIAM F. (son of William Glover). Born at
San Francisco, Cal. Came to Utah in early days.
Married Sarah Jane Barnes (daughter of Sarah Barnes).
Their children: William Henry b. April 14, 1870, m. Nettie
May Rosenbaum; Alice Asenth, m. Harmon Wiser; Marlon
Armeda, m. James Hodges; Andrew; Ada, m. Julius Allen;
Stella, m. Ephraim Blair; Carl, m. Luella Pope; Burt;
Chester, m. Elva Wheeler.
Soldier; farmer; stockraiser.
GLOVER. WILLIAM HENRY (son of William F. Glover and
Sarah Jane Barnes). Born April 14, 1870, Brigham City.
Married Nettle May Rosenbaum at Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of Morris David Rosenbaum and Abigail Snow). Their
children; William Lamont b. Feb. 14, 1897; Alice Maude b.
Oct. 16, 1900; Wynn Eddy b. March 9, 1904; Morris Wayne
b. Aug. 23. 1909; Afton b. April 24, 1911. Family home,
City councilman 1906-10. Liveryman; farmer and Btock-
GOASLIND, JOHN (son of John Goaslind, born 1788, Flemon,
Ky., and Hannah Cornog, born 1789, Kentucky married
1813). Born Jan. 26, 1818, Augusta, Bracken county, Ky.
Came to Utah 1854, Texas company.
Married Matilda White Jan. 24, 1838, who was born 1813.
Their children: Amanda b. 1838. d. infant: Levl b. 1840; John
b. 1842. m. Mary J. Alder 1867; Edmond b. 1844; Willis b.
1846, died; Jacob b. 1848, died; Joseph b. 1850. Family home
Married Susan Allen July 4, 1858, Provo, Utah (daughter
of Andrew Lee Allen and Clarinda Knapp, married 1825,
Burton, N. Y., pioneers 1852, John Higby company). She
was born Dec. 31, 1837, Klrtland, Ohio. Their children:
Lydla Susannah b. April 22, 1859, m. Ernest A. Purnell Jan.
1, 1877; Charles David b. Nov. 18, 1860. m. Clara C. Parkinson
March 25. 1885; Clarinda Hannah b. March 21, 1862, m. Ellas
S. Larsen Jan. 4, 1883; Mary Eugene b. Jan. 27, 1865, m.
Thomas E. Tlttansor April 10. 1882; George Knapp b. April
27, 1867, d. Dec. 1, 1883; Francis Zina b. Jan. 27, 1870, m.
William Stockdale Feb. 22, 1888; James Orln b. Feb. 17,
1872, d. Dec. 26, 1883; Julia Sophronia b. Feb. 6, 1875, m.
Heber Hanson Sept. 28, 1898, d. Feb. 10, 1910; Eliza R. b. Dec.
7, 1877. d. child. Family resided in Franklin, Idaho, and
Assisted in building a gristmill at Provo. 1858, and at
West Weber 1859. In 1860 he built a sawmill at Richmond
and In 1862. the first sawmill at Franklin, Idaho. In 1864
he built the first gristmill at Logan and in 1865 the first
gristmill at Franklin. Aided In bringing immigrants to
Utah 1866-67. Operated the first threshing machine at
Franklin, Idaho. School trustee at Franklin 1870-75; or-
ganized Coalville school and was Its trustee 1876-77. Organ-,
ized first Sunday school at Coalville 1877. High priest.
Died June 6, 1878.
GOASLIND, CHARLES D. (son of John Goaslind and Susan
Allen). Born Nov. 18, 1860, Richmond, Utah.
Married Clara Janat C. Parkinson March 25, 1885, Logan,
Utah (daughter of Samuel R. Parkinson and Arabella Ann
Chandler, .pioneers 1854, Capt. Field company). She was
born April 18, 1865, d. Jan. 20, 1897. Only child: Charles Earl
b. April 28, 1889.
Married Caroline Matilda C. Parkinson Feb. 23, 1898,
Logan, Utah (daughter of Samuel R. Parkinson and Arabella
Ann Chandler). She was born Nov. 10, 1866. Their chil-
dren: Clara P. b. June 25, 1899; Caroline P. b. Jan. 14, 1902;
lone P. b. Dec. 12, 1904; George David P. b. Sept. 9. 1908.
Family resided in Franklin and Preston, Idaho.
School trustee at Franklin, Idaho, 1884; missionary to
Great Britain 1885-87: Oneida stake clerk 1889-1907, and
stake tithing clerk 1896-1907; Oneida stake high counselor
1900-07; second counselor to Pres. George C. Parkinson 1907-
10. State insurance commissioner and ex-offlclo state exam-
iner of Idaho, two terms.
GOATBS, WILLIAM (son of James Goates and Ann Dockery
of Wimpole, Cambridgeshire, Eng.). Born May 11, 1817,
Wimpole. Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 3, 1852, A. O. Smoot