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(daughter of Robert Harris and Hannah Maria Egles of
ADcerley Gloucestershire, Eng., pioneers 1850). She was
horn June 11 1845. Their children: Sarah Maria b. Nov. 6,
1866 m James H. Gibbs Feb. 4, 1886; Elizabeth Browett b.
Anri'l 22 1867, m. John W. Moss Jan. 27, 1897; Ada Ann b.
March 4 1869, m. George Moss Jan, 5, 1893; Lucy Emma b.
Nov 28 1870 m. Edwin Williams Dec. 25, 1888; Susannah
b Sept '4 1872, m. David W. Morris Jan. 3, 1895; John Robert
h Oct ~9 1874; Daniel Milton b. Nov. 19, 1876, m. Ella Clark
1902; James William b. Sept. 22, 1878; Joseph Albert
h Sept 3 1880, m. Edna Evans Dec. 19, 1907; Alice Elvira b.
April 27. 1882, m. Joseph S. Morris Dec. 24, 1902.

High councilor Malad stake; bishop's counselor at Wood-
ruff, Idaho. Farmer.

GREEN, PETER C. (son of Christian Petersen Green, born
! 1789 and Elsie Jensen Bek, born Feb. 2, 1789, both
In Denmark). He was born March 1, 1827, in Denmark.
Came to Utah Sept. 26, 1862, oxteam company.

Married Elsie Marie. Bertlesen Nov. 5, 1853, who died April
9 1899 Their children: Peter B. b. Feb. 4, 1864; Elsie Marie
b' April 26, 1866; Annie Josephine b. March 31, 1868; Eliza
Godelia b. Dec. 22, 1871.

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



GREEN, ROBERT (son of Klnyon Green of New Hampshire,
and Nancy Austin of England). Born August. 1806. in New
Hampshire; came to Utah Sept. 19, 1847, Ira Eldredge com-

>a Married Fanny Greely (daughter of Ezekiel and Annie
Greely former pioneer Sept. 19, 1847). She was born Aug.
12 1806, and came to Utah with husband. Their children:
Alvin b. May 27, 1828, m. Frances Gibson 1849; Austin G. b.
March 26, 1834, m. Mary Ann Marchant 1858.

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

Married Mary Ann Marchant 1858. Their children: Austin
A, b Dec. 18, 1860, m. Sarah Hawkes; Oscar W. b. April 10,
1862 m. Christina Pool; Robert A. b. Feb. 8, 1864, m. Hattie
Shippen; Albert b. Oct. 7, 1865; Alma L. b. Jan. 3, 1870, m.
Meda Stephens; Amasa b. Jan. 2, 1872; Gilbert M. b. Feb. 4,
1874, m. Eva Ballantyne; Justin M. b. May 26, 1878, m.
Julina Ballantyne.

Farmer.



William G. Young company). She, Susan Kent, was born
April 3, 1816, in Vermont. Their children: Emily Frances,
d. infant; Evan Flavius, m. Mary E. Kennedy; Rhoda, m.
J. J. Bullock; Nancy Leonora, m. Franklin W. Young; Susan
Eveline, m. Edmond Homer; Ann Eliza, d. June 16, 1846;
Melissa, m. Edmond Homer; Louisa Lula, m. Lev! W.
Richards; John Portineus, d. March 3, 1852; Admanzah, d.
Jan. 30, 1863; Jasper W., d. infant; Daniel Kent, m. Adallne
Allen; Edwin M.

Married Susie Platt April 12, 1889, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Platt and Betty Butterworth of Royton,
Lancashire, Eng., latter pioneer 1868, Theron Spencer com-
pany). She was born Oct. 13, 1844. Their children: Joseph
Platt b. Jan. 15, 1872, m. Mary Ann Read; Zerviah Susie b.
Jan. 28, 1874, m. George Y. Smith; Melbourne Platt b. Oct.
26, 1876. m. Eva Bertha Bennett; Elizabeth Fanny b. April
28, 1879. d. Oct. 21, 1902; John Platt b. June 15, 1881, m.
Effle Allsop.

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

GREENE, EVAN FLAVIUS (son of Evan M. Greene and
Susan Kent). Born Feb. 22, 1838, Kirtland, Ohio.

Married Mary E. Kennedy March 17, 1873. at Salt Lake
City (daughter of William Kennedy and Sarah Warren of
Tazewell county, Va. former died in Indiana, latter came
to Utah 1869). She, Mary E., was born July 14, 1843. (Her
children by Milburn Whitt, former husband: Sarah b. Aug.
12, 1865, m. Francis P. McNeil; Josephine b. Dec. 3, 1866, m.
Robert Hamilton; Reece B. b. March 9, 1868, d. aged 18.)
Their children: Mary E. b. Jan. 15, 1874, m. Frank P. Ellis;

Susan Y. b. March 19, 1876, m. Fennessy; Rachel M. b.

Jan. 19, 1878, d. Dec. 12. 1884; Hyrum S. b. May 25. 1880. and
Rhoda M. twins) b. May 25, 1880, d .infants; Evan Flavius b.
Nov. 2, 1882, d. aged 27. Family home Salt Lake City.

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



GREEN, WILLIAM (son of James Green and Ann Mellows of
Shelford, Nottinghamshire, Eng.). Born March, 1803, at
Shelford. Came to Utah with Christiansen handcart corn-
Married Harriet Hulet, who was born 1813. Only child:
John (stepson) b. May 12, 1835, m. Mary Partington Dec. 26,
1857. Family home Fountain Green, Utah.
Veteran Black Hawk Indian war. Pioneer in irrigation.

GREEN, JOHN (stepson of William Green and son of
Harriet Hulet). Born May 12, 1835, Lambly, Nottingham-
shire, Eng. Came to Utah Aug. 18, 1856, Philemon C. Mer-
rill company.

Married Mary Staford (Partington) Dec. 26, 1857 (daugh-
ter of James Staford and Hannah Williams), who was born
Sept. 25, 1830, and came to Utah 1854. Their children:
Elizabeth Harriet b. Sept. 6, 1869, m. James Green; William
J. b. Nov. 3, 1861, m. Margret A. Johnson May 20, 1880: John
b. Dec. 11, 1863; Allace b. Jan. 14, 1865, m. Isaac Huff Nov.
24, 1881; Allen b. Jan. 14, 1866, died.

Married Hephzibah Mathews Nov. 11, 1866, Salt Lake City
(daughter of William Mathews and Hephzibah Jarvis, who
were married Dec. 31, 1832, Radford, Eng. former pioneer
Oct. 4, 1863, Thomas E. Ricks company, latter Oct. 4, 1864,
William S. Warren company). She was born Feb. 10, 1844,
Belston, Nottinghamshire, Eng. Their children: John Henry
b. Oct. 28, 1867; Mary Eliza b. March 14, 1869; Charles
Mathews b. April 12, 1870, m. Eva May Bailey Dec. 25, 1899.

Married Elizabeth Ann Willson Jan. 16, 1879, Salt Lake
City (daughter of John Willson and Allace Smith, married
Feb. 9, 1869, St. Louis, Mo.). She was born Nov. 8, 1859, at
St. Louis. Their children: George W. b. Jan. 20, 1880, m.
Sarah Ann A. Taylor Jan. 24. 1908; Richard Edgar b. Nov.
20, 1881, m. Nellie May Anderson Sept. 2, 1908; Thomas
Franklin b. Jan. 10, 1884; Wallace and Wilford b. March 22,
1886; James Arthur b. July 23, 1888; Frances Maud b. Dec.

9, 1890, m. Edward Bailey July 28, 1909; Orson b. March 8,
1893; Geneva Alice b. Sept. 24, 1898; Reah Harriet b. March

10, 1903. Families resided Fountain Green, Utah.

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



GREE1YEWALD, AARON (son of Jacob and Tina Greenewald
of Germany). Born March 28, 1831, in Germany. Came to
Utah April 6, 1865.

Married Lena Lang- Oct. 12, 1856, Philadelphia, Pa. (daugh-
ter of Isaac Lang of Baden, Germany), who was born Oct.
12, 1833. Their children: Bertha, m. Jacob E. Bamberger;
Sarah, died; Lillie, m. Joseph Oberndorfer; Jacob A., m.
Mildred Rheinstrom; Isadore and Clara, died. Family home
Salt Lake City, Utah.

Hotel keeper and merchant.

GREENEWALD, JACOB A. (son of Aaron Greenewald and
Lena Lang). Born Aug. 1, 1866, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Married Mildred Rheinstrom June 1, 1908 (daughter of
Edward Rheinstrom and Ida Lang of Portland, Ore.), who
was born June 2, 1888. Their children: Richard I. b. June
6, 1909. Family home. Salt Lake City.

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



GREENHALGH, ABRAHAM H. Came from England to
Utah 1853.

Married Sarah Hope in England. Their children: Jasic,
died; Sarah; Ellen, m. Hyram Bennett; Peter, m. Mary Ann
Fisher; m. Jennette Stewart; Margaret, m. Robert Fergeson;
William, Abraham and Lizzie, died; Joseph, m. Jane Adams;
Jane, died. Family home Meadow, Utah.

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

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

Married Mary Ann Fisher 1872 at Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of James Fisher and Hannah Stott of Meadow, Utah),
who was born February, 1863, and died 1880. Their children:
Emma, m. George Lamburn; Peter, m. Anne Duncan; Mary,
m. Charles Smith; Hannah, m. Wesley Barton. Family home
Meadow.

Married Jennette Stewart May, 1882 (daughter of William
Stewart and Jane Jenkins of Meadow). Their children:
Jane, m. William Sutherland; Neil, m. Hilda Swenson;
Jennette, m. Harry Hamburg; Rhoda, m. Roy Aubry; Leona;
Ruby; Luceil. Family home Salt Lake City.



GREENE, EVAN MOLBOURNK (son of John Portineus
Greene and Rhoda Young of New York, and Kirtland, Ohio).
Born Dec. 22, 1814. Aurelius, Cayuga county, N. Y. Came to
Utah Oct. 12, 1852, Allen Weeks company.

Married Susan Kent Aug. 29, 1835, in New York state
(daughter of Daniel Kent and Nancy Young of Kirtland,
Ohio, and New York state, latter pioneer Sept. 26, 1867,



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

Married Sarah Heald May 3, 1852 (daughter of Henry
Heald and Margaret Milligan). She was born Nov. 17, 1827.
Their children: Margaret b. Dec. 12, 1852, Lorenzo b. Aug.

28, 1853, and William Henry b. May 26, 1854, latter three died
infants; Peter b. Nov. 9, 1855, m. Rebecca A. Welker Sept.

29, 1881; Thomas Alma b. Nov. 28, 1857, m. Josephine Krogne;
Sarah Ann b. April 1, 1860, and Catherine b. May 1, 1862, d.
children; Mary Ellen b. Jan. 13, 1864, m. David A. Nelson;



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PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



Adelia b. June 27, 1867, m. Charles H. Hart; Franklin b.
July 13, 1870, m. Frances Thomas. Family home Willard,
Utah, and Bloomington, Idaho.

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

GREENHALGH, PETER, JR. (son of Peter Greenhalgh and
Sarah Heald). Born Nov. 9, 1855, Willard, Utah.

Married Rebecca A. Welker Sept. 29, 1881, at Salt Lake
City (daughter of James W. Welker and Annie Pugh, pio-
neers 1852). She was born Jan. 24, 1864, at Willard. Their
children: Sarah Annie b. June 17, 1882, m. Christian Hansen
Sept. 6, 1900; Peter Asa b. Jan. 27, 1884, died; Leonard b. Sept.
12, 1886, m. Annie M. Allen Nov. 25, 1908; Elliot Severe b.
Nov. 7, 1888; Adeline b. June 6, 1891, m. Hugh Stewart Dec.
19, 1907; Alma W. b. Aug. 2, 1894; Glida b. Aug. 5, 1898;
Elelyn Pearl b. Nov. 20, 1902. Family home Wilford. Idaho.



GREENHALGH, THOMAS (son of William Greenhalgh, born
Jan. 12, 1790. and Margret Greenhalgh, born Feb. 10, 1792,
both at Swinton, near Manchester, Lancashire, Eng.). He
was born Jan. 15, 1821, Worsley, Lancashire. Came to
Utah Oct. 6, 1866, Joseph S. Rawlins company.

Married Mary Morecroft Sept. 26, 1847, Eccles, Eng.
(daughter of James Morecroft and Hannah Downing of
Macclesfield, near Manchester). She was born Feb. 24, 1827.
Their children were: Mary Ann, m. George Mace; Sarah,
m. James L. Newton: Martha, died; Abraham, m. Maria Nel-
sena Henrichsen; Thomas, m. Elizabeth Greenhalgh; Mar-
garet Alice, m. William Wallace Billings; William, m.

Jolley; Frances, d. child; Ruth Elizabeth, m. Charles S.
Cram; George, m. Elizabeth Mackleprang. Family home
Washington, Washington Co., Utah.

Married Harriet Wardle 1873 at Salt Lake City, who came
to Utah 1872 from Lancashire, Eng. Their children were
Thomas John; Henry; Esther.

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

GREENHALGH, ABRAHAM (son of Thomas Greenhalgh
and Mary Morecroft). He was born April 12, 1855, Man-
chester, Eng. Came to Utah with father.

Married Maria Nelsena Henrichsen March 9, 1882, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of Peter Henrichsen and Jacobine Ernst
of Veile, Denmark, latter came to Utah July 12, 1872, Anthon
H. Lund company). She was born Jan. 18, 1862, came to
Utah with mother. Their children: Ernest Abraham b. Feb.
26, 1883, m. Hazel Adams; Thomas Charles b. Oct. 14, 1884;
Leo Morecroft b. July 17, 1887; Earl Henrichsen b. April 11,
1891; Erma Mary b. Feb. 28, 1896; Jacobine b. Jan. 30, 1S01,
died.

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



GREENWOOD, WILLIAM (son of Robison Greenwood of
Yorkshire, born 1782, and Elizabeth Cryer, born 1784, both at
Burnley, Eng.). He was born Aug. 7, 1822, at Burnley. Came
to Utah Oct. 28, 1847.

Married Alice Houghton May 30. 1843 (daughter of William
Houghton), who was born May 1, 1823. Their children-
Joseph R. b. March 16, 1844; Elizabeth b. March 8, 1846;
Benjamin Y. b. Feb. 9, 1846, m. Jane Julian; Margaret A. b.
Feb. 25, 1847, m. James Carter; Alice b. Feb. 26, 1849, m.
Alfred Moyle; William b. April 13, 1850, m. Charlotte Wood;
Samuel b. March 3, 1852, m. Ellen Julian; Jacob b. Feb. 26,
1853. m. Melissa Snow; Alma b. Oct. 18, 1854, m. F. M. Brown;
Rachel b. Feb. 23, 1856, m. Willaim H. Hunter; Jedediah M.,
m. Barbara Boley; Mary E. b. March 26, 1859, m. Frank
Herbert; Joshua b. July 29, 1860, m. Josephine Payne; Ruth
b. June 22, 1862, m. James Gardner.

Married Emma Julian Jan. 1864, Salt Lake City. Their
child: William J. b. Jan. 30, 1865.

Married Bertha C. L. Eyring March 22, 1864 (daughter of
Edward C. Eyring and C. L. Von Blomberg), who was born
June 12, 1836, In Germany. Their children: Stephen b. Feb
26, 1870; Bertha E. b. April 20, 1872, m. Perry Webster;
Francis Charlotte b. Nov. 14, 1874: Abraham O. b. Feb. 6,
1877. Family resided American Fork.

One of first conference clerks in L. D. S. church In Utah.
Active in manufacturing and building school houses. Mem-
ber of first bishopric and first school teacher in American
Fork. Pioneer surveyor of Utah county.



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

Married Josephine Payne Jan. 18, 1883, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Joseph Payne and Harriet McBride), who was
born May 26, 1861, Fillmore, Utah. Their children: Marian
J. b. Oct. 24, 1883, m. Louis Melville April 1905; Hattie E. b.
Oct. 18, 1886, m. C. A. Kimball June 10, 1907; Lucile E. b. Nov.
1, 1891; Norma M. b. Oct. 31, 1894; Ruth Afton b. Aug. 30,
1897; Evangeline b. July 2, 1900. Family home Fillmore and
Nephi, Utah.

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



GREENWOOD, WILLIAM (son of William Greenwood and
Sarah Hartley of Burnley, Eng., and Warsaw, Hancock
county. 111.). Born March 4, 1819, at Hepinstall, Eng. Came
to Utah 1862, Benjamin Gardner company.

Married Ann Hartley 1841 at Burnley (daughter of
Barnard Hartley and Mary Beck of Burnley), who was born
July 26, 1821. Their children: Martha, d. child; Sarah, m.
Isaac Turley 1861; Foster, d. infant; Barnard Hartley, m.
Eunice Howd; William, m. Matilda Stewart; Mary Ann, m.
Charles D. White May 4, 1875; Adam, m. Henrietta Young;
Nathan, m. Alice Parkinson; Titus, m. Edith Sidwell June 19
1897; Rachel, d. infant; Ruth, m. William A. Twitchell. Fam-
ily home. Beaver, Utah.

High priest; missionary to Iron Co., Utah, 1852-56; ward
teacher. Road supervisor. Farmer. Died Oct. 11, 1899 at
Riverside, Millard Co., Utah.

GREENWOOD, BARNARD HARTLEY (son of William
Greenwood and Ann Hartley). Born Sept. 9, 1849, at War-
saw, 111. Came to Utah July, 1852.

Married Eunice Howd Dec. 19, 1871, Beaver City, Utah
(daughter of Simeon F. Howd and Luclnda Morgan former
pioneer July 24, 1847, and latter Sept. 1847). She was
born Aug. 8, 1862, at Beaver City. Their children: Hart-
ley b. March 13, 1873, m. Bertha Hawley; Rachel b. June

6, 1875, m. Wing Ence; Amelia b. Feb. 7, 1878, and Adelia
b. Feb. 7, 1878, d. infants; Carlos B. b. Oct. 31, 1879,
m. Esther Stevenson; William Simeon b. Feb. 18. 1882,
m. Stena Christensen; Ernest Morgan b. March 4, 1884, m!
Florence Reese; Ray Howd b. June 8, 1886, m. Hazel Cray;
Lester Duane b. May 3, 1888; Raleigh Vern b. Dec. 6, 1890;
Rhoda Lucinda b. March 5, 1895. Family home Inverury,
Utah.

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

GREENWOOD, HARTLEY (son of Barnard Hartley Green-
wood and Eunice Howd). Born March 13, 1873, at Beaver,
Utah.

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

High priest; bishop Inverury ward. Farmer.

GREENWOOD, CARLOS B. (son of Barnard Hartley Green-
wood and Eunice Howd). Born Oct. 31, 1879, Inverury,
Utah.

Married Esther Stevenson June 10, 1901, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Stevenson and Josephine Myers), who
was born Dec. 15, 1880, at Kersor, Denmark. Their chil-
dren: Melba b. Feb. 14, 1906; Fern Josephine b. Jan. 11,
1907; Reed Barnard b. Nov. 10, 1908; Eunice Ileen b. Jan.

7, 1911. Family home Inverury.

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



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

Married Mary Sprouse in 1857, Salt Lake City (daughter
of John Sprouse and Catherine Handley of that place,
pioneers 1854, Benjamin L. Clapp company). She was born
1839. Their children: Nathaniel Dixon b. 1868. m. Sarah
Howorth; Catherine b. 1861, d. infant. Family resided Walls-
burg and Provo, Utah.

Married Harriet Camp Murphy In February 1863, Salt Lake
City (daughter of William Camp and Dlanah Greer of Salt
Lake City, pioneers 1860). She was born Jan. 9, 1839.
Their children: John C. b. Feb. 15, 1864, m. Annie Gardner;
Dianah b. Feb. 1866, d. infant; William b. 1867, d. 1891; Nancy
b. 1869, d. child; Stephen b. 1871, m. Susa Gardner; Susie b.
1873, and Mark b. 1875. d. Infants; Grace b. 1877, m. W. A.
Nuttall; Willmlrth b. 1879. m. William Boshard; Alice b. 1881,
m. Mors S. Duffleld. Family home Wallsburg.




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



GREGORY, ROBERT (son of John Gregory, born 1786 at
Pitminster, Somersetshire, Eng., and Elizabeth Sylvester,
born 1791). He was born Nov. 30, 1826 at Pitminster. Came
to Utah Oct. 18, 1862.

Married Mary Stevens Nov. 12, 1854, who died Sept. 15,
1862, near Fort Laramie, while en route to Utah.

Married Selena Marshall Jan. 2, 1863, Franklin, Idaho
(daughter of Thomas Marshall and Sarah Good, pioneers
Sept. 26, 1856, Edmond Ellsworth and Daniel McArthur com-
pany). She was born Feb. 22, 1844, Lintonhill, Eng. Their
children: Mary Levenia b. Oct. 17, 1863, m. David Davis Jan.
4, 1883; Sarah Selena b. Jan. 6, 1866, m. Mark Porter Dec. 3,
1884; Charlotte Maria b. Feb. 1, 1868, m. M. H. Preece May
20, 1885; R. F. b. March 17. 1872, and R. A. b. Sept. 28, 1873,
died; J. W. b. Nov. 17, 1874. m. L. M. Albiston Nov. 20, 1895;
E. T. b. Dec. 25, 1877, m. J. R. Hansen April 19, 1900; E. L.
b. Feb. 28, 1878, m. H. Hatch Sept. 20, 1888; George F. b.
April 19, 1880, m Delila Bright June 11, 1903; T. J. b. July
16, 1882, m. Mary Hawkeswood Sept. 14, 1904; Amy L. b.
Oct. 22, 1884, m. A. Morrison March 8, 1906; S. Cirling b.
Jan. 5, 1887; Evea Vonie b. Feb. 13, 1888, m. J. Chrlstoffer-
eon Nov. 8. 1905.

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

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

Married Delila Bright June 11, 1903, Logan, Utah (daugh-
ter of John Bright and Phoebe Smith). She was born March
16, 1884, at Lewiston, Utah. Their children: G. R. b. April
24, 1904; F. L. b. July 1, 1905; Edith b. Dec. 31, 1906; D. C.
b. Dec. 14. 1908; A. B. b. April 28, 1910; J. M. b. Jan. 19, 1912.

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



GRIFFETH, PATISON DELOSS (son of Judah Griffeth and
Mariah Rockwell). Born Jan. 3, 1824, in Orleans county,
N. T. Came to Utah Oct. 1851, William H. Walton company.

Married Elizabeth Carson April 20, 1841 (daughter of
George Carson, born July 17, 1794, and Ann Hough, born
June 27, 1794). She was born July 7, 1822. Their children:
Phebe Ann b. Feb. 9, 1847. m. William Hyde; George A.
b. Jan. 6, 1849, m. Mary Thurman; Louisa E. b. Sept. 19,
1851, m. Samuel Seamons; Lovina S. b. Feb. 19, 1854, m. Ed-
ward Thurman; Marinda E. b. March 7, 1857, m. Henry Hob-
son; Urmina T. b. Jan. 12, 1860. m. Heman Hyde; Mary M. b.
July 17, 1862, m. Austin C. Hyde; Patison Deloss b. March
2, 1867, d. April 29, 1867. Family home Hyde Park, Utah.

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



GRIFFIN. THOMAS (oon of Jemima Griffin of Birmingham,
Eng.). Born Dec. 28, 1828, in Birmingham. Came to Utah
In September, 1854, Job Smith company.

Married Amanda Ellen Perkins Oct. 19, 1856, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Ute Perkins and Anna Warren, married
Feb. 18, 1835, Macedonia, III., pioneers Sept. 17, 1860, Jona-
than Foote company). She was born March 15, 1838, and
came to Utah with parents. Their children: Selina Ellen
b. July 26, 1857, m. Franklin Gregson Robinson Feb. 1,
1878; Thomas Fulton b. Feb. 15, 1860; Lodicy Ann b. March
17, 1862, m. William Herbert Leroy Olsten Nov. 27. 1884;
Jullen Perkins b. Nov. 15, 1864, m. Emma Kathrine Rainey
Oct. 12, 1887; Hortense Vilate b. Aug. 8, 1867, m. James
Isaac Shepard Feb. 24, 1886; Anna Jemima b. Dec. 15, 1869;
Orion Thomas b. Sept. 6, 1872; Ute Elon b. March 10, 1876,
m. Millie Redford Feb. 17, 1904.

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



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