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Samuel T. b. July 29, 1862, m. Mary K. Birchinall April 17,
1907; Emma M. b. July 18, 1864, m. Bertrand A. Tanner;
C. Amalia b. Feb. 18, 1866, m. J. M. Wilson; Nephi b. Jan.
26, 1868. Family resided at Falrview and Springville, Utah.

Married Inger Anntina Olsen May 16, 1869, at Salt Lake
City (daughter of Hans and Gunhllda Olsen), who was
born Feb. 6, 1851, at Skein, Norway. Their children: Heber
G. b. Oct. 6, 1870, m. Lucy Nielson; Mary J. b. Oct. 12.
1872, m. John D. Childs; Myron A. b. April 3, 1874, m.
Abbie Chase; Octavius F. b. May 7, 1876, m. Anna Mae
Clark Nov. 1906; Gunhilda E. b. March 7, 1878, m. Parley
B. Burt; Moses S. b. Sept. 16, 1879, m. Erma Crandall; Inga
M. R. b. July 20, 1881, m. Albert J. Knudseii Nov. 1905;
Bessie E. b. May 13, 1883, m. Heber O. Hale Dec. 1905;
Erma L. b. April 25, 1886, d. aged 5. Family home Spring-
ville, Utah.

Missionary to Norway 1867; conference president at Chrls-
tlania. Indian war veteran. One of first settlers of Fair-
view 1863.

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

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

Served in all the degrees of priesthood to high priest.



GULL,, JOHN (son of William Gull, born Aug. 11, 1811, and
Sarah Bryant, born Aug. 9. 1809, both at Caples, St. Marys,
Suffolk, Eng. married Aug. 4, 1831). He was born Nov. 20,
1832, at Caples. Came to Utah Dec. 6, 1864, William Darling
freight train.

Married Elizabeth J. Skeets April 6, 1867 (daughter of
Samuel and Elizabeth Skeets, who were married 1827 at
Bentley, Suffolk. Eng.). She was born Oct. 8. 1838. and
died In England. Only child: John P. b. July 27, 1859, m.
Elizabeth J. Bills April 9, 1884.



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PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



Married Harriet Pennell Nov. 8, 1861, Holbrook, Eng.
(daughter of Shadrach Pennell and Hannah Farthern mar-
ried 1827 at Holbrook). She was born Oct. 8, 1843, at Hol-
brook.

Married Mary A. Nlckerson April 1866 (daughter of Levl
Nickerson apd Mary A. Nyrman, pioneers 1851), who was
born Aug. 6, -1862. Only child: Emma Jane b. 1867, m. Mr.
Gates 1885.

Married Charlotte Griddle Jan. 12, 1867, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Henry Criddle and Mary Bull married June
22, 1837, at West Buckland, Eng., pioneers Oct. 1, 1866,
Joseph S. Rawlins company). She was born Nov. 21, 1847,
in Somersetshire, Eng. Their children: Harriet E. b. April
17, 1868, m. F. H. Stewart; William H. b. July 2, 1869, m.
Bessa A. Adams; George A. b. March 26, 1871; Mary J. b.
Feb. 23, 1873, m. R. A. Cowley; Charles R. b. Dec. 21, 1874,
m. Martha Martin; Albert E. b. May 17. 1877, m. Martha
A. Adams; Harry A. b. Sept. 10, 1879, m. Emma Stewart;
Sarah L. b. Dec. 28, 1881; Joseph B. and Hyrum B. b.
Sept. 25, 1883, latter m. Lula Duncan; Jesse A. b. Oct. 4,
1886; A. Leonard b. March 7, 1889; A. Ezra b. May 13,
1891. Family home Meadow, Utah.

Missionary to England; church teamster bringing Immi-
grants to Utah 1866.



GUNNELI/, FRANCIS WILSON (son of Christopher and Ann
Gunnell of England). Born March 3. 1831, Houghton, Not-
tinghamshire, Eng. Came to Utah Oct. 29, 1849, Ezra T.
Benson company.

Married Polly Ann Edwards July 24, 1851 (daughter of
Essias Edwards), who was born Oct. 25, 1836. Their chil-
dren: Francis Chruther b. Aug. 4, 1853, m. Sarah Ann
Owen Dec. 23, 1872; Sarah E. b. Oct. 16, 1855, m. Louis
Howell; Ann E. b. March 12, 1858, m. Dan Walters; Mary
b. March 14, 1860, d. July 8, 1860; Charlie b. Sept. 8, 1861,
m. Sarah Ann Brown Feb. 23, 1882. Family home Wells-
vllle, Utah.

Married Elizabeth Bickmore April 7, 1859, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Isaac Bickmore and Martha Hawley), who
was born May 31, 1842. Their children: John b. Feb. 18,
1861, d. April 6. 1861; Martha b. Dec. 14, 1862, m. Joseph
Lloyd July 3, 1879; George b. March 9. 1865, m. Janet Hill
Dec. 13, 1883; Polly Ann b. July 12, 1867, m. John Darley
Dec. 23, 1885: Jemima b. Oct. 2, 1869, m. Thomas W. Hall
Jan. 20, 1886; Printha b. Jan. 8, 1872, m. Daniel Leroy
Hill Jan. 16, 1890.

Married Esther Lewis July 2, 1864, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of Thomas Lewis), who was born Nov. 18, 1848, in Wales.
Their children: Thomas L. b. June 18, 1865, m. Sarah
Poppleton Jan. 6. 1886; Mary Catherine b. July 16, 1867, m.
Daniel G. Hill Dec. 13, 1883: Franklin L. b. Oct. 7 1869,
m. Mary E. Hill Nov. 30, 1892; Zina b. April 20, 1873, m.
Robert H. Maughan June 7, 1893; Lionel b. April 20, 1873,
d. July 17, 1893; Laura b. March 11, 1876, m. Thomas William-
son Jan. 12, 1898; Evan b. March 1, 1878, d. July 17, 1893;
David b. April 7, 1882; Nora b. Sept. 27, 1884, m. Henry
Brezze, Jan. 27, 1904; Maggie b. April 18, 1886', d. same day.

Married Emma Jeffs (daughter of William Jeffs and Mary
Ann Ashard, married 1848, Birmingham, Eng., pioneers
1852). She was born Oct. 5, 1850. Their children: Emeline
b. Jan. 24, 1873, m. Robert Brown Jan. 16, 1895; William J.
b. July 7, 1875, m. Mary Bailey Dec. 5, 1901, m. Annie Popple-
ton April 27, 1910; Peter J. b. June 6. 1878, m. Olive Ward
June 6, 1907: Llewellyn b. Dec. 18, 1880, m. Sarah Hawkins
Dec. 14, 1910; Sarah Elizabeth b. July 1, 1883, m. Orson Bailey
March 8, 1905. Family home Wellsville, Utah.

Married Jane Baxter April 7, 1869 (daughter of Robert
Baxter and Jane Love, married Jan. 10, 1848,' Greenock,
Scotland, pioneers Sept. 26, 1855, Richard Ballantyne com-
pany). She was born Oct. 31, 1851. Their children': Robert
B. b. Sept. 28. 1870, m. Agnes Kerr March 1893; Ezra B. b.
March 10, 1872, m. Mary Mitton March 8, 1898; Essie May
b. May 17, 1876, d. Feb. 28, 1877; Archibald B. b. Oct. 31,
1877, m. Maude Parke Feb. 8, 1905; Parley B. b. Oct. 12,
1880, m. Eva Haslem March 1905; Joseph B. b. Aug. 7 1883
m. Alice Redford Dec. 19, 1906; Preston B. b. Feb. 28, 1886.

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

GUNNELL, FRANKLIN L. (son of Francis Wilson Gunnell
and Esther Lewis). Born Oct. 7, 1869, Wellsville, Utah

Married Mary E. Hill Nov. 30, 1892, Logan, Utah (daugh-
ter of William J. Hill, pioneer September 1853, and Georgiana
Ensign). She was born Nov. 21, 1874, at Wellsville. Their
child: Maud b. Feb. 16, 1898. Family home, Wellsville.

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

GUNNEL, ARCHIBALD B. (son of Francis Wilson Gunnell
and Jane Baxter). Born Oct. 31, 1877, Wellsville, Utah

Married Maude Parke Feb. 8, 1906, Logan, Utah (daughter
i 4 e I*T , an , d Hannah Dover), who was born July 8,
K- n? k -g SL ity ' Their Children: Essie P. b. Jan. 9.
1909 MerriU P ' b - Se Pt- !9. 1907; Gerald A. P. b. Oct. 1



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

Married Ruth Buckman in Australia (daughter of Jas.
Buckman and Susanna Price of that country), who was
born Sept 23, 1809. Their children: William; Mary; James;
Susanna; Sarah; Peter; Reuben. Family home Benjamin,
Utah.

High priest. Farmer.

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

Married Elyadie Miles in 1868, Salt Lake City (daughter
of John Miles and Lucy Polina Ford). Their children:
William R.; Enoch Elijah; Elizabeth; John Miles; Lucy
Polina; Delbert; Sarah.
- Elder. Farmer.

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

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



GUTTERRIDGE, ROBERT (son of William Gutterridge and
Mary Houx of Berville, Berkshire, Eng.). Born in Berk-
shire. Came to Utah Aug. 20, 1868, Horton D. Haight
company.

Married Hannah Grover December 1840, Berville, Eng.
(daughter of William Grover and Hannah Chamberlain).
Their children: Maria b. Nov. 10, 1841, m. William Calton
Aug. 12, 1861; Mary Ann, m. Jonas H. Ingersoll; Eliza, m.
William Calton; George, died; Fredrick, d. aged 11; William,
d. infant. Family home Berville, Eng.

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



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

Married Sarah Gordon Feb. 23, 1809 (daughter of John
Gordon), who was born Nov. 20, 1791. Their children:
Isaiah b. Feb. 15, 1810; John b. Nov. 28, 1811; William b.
Jan. 23, 1815; James b. Dec. 27, 1816; Noah T. b. June 30,
1819; Martin b. June 12, 1821; Barzilla b. Dec. 31, 1823, m.
Mathew Caldwell; Elizabeth b. July 19. 1826; Polly Ann b.
July 11, 1829, m. R. Johnson; Sarah Jane; Melissa Jane b.
Feb. 14, 1833, m. Levi Gregory Metcalf.

Died Oct. 20, 1856, Springville, Utah.

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

Married Mary D. Dudley Dec. 24, 1837, at Caldwell, Mo.
Their children: Mary Jane, m. Geo. B. Matson Jan. 26, 1854;
Luclnda, m. Phillip Hurst; Emma M., m. H. H. Kearnes.

Married Margaret Johnson. Their children: Elizabeth, m.
Oscar Crandall; Martin Lewis, died; Harriet, m. Oscar Cran-
dall; Julia Luella, m. Geo. Maycock; Edward Wallace, m.
Elizabeth Preator; Lillian M., m. Lou Pearson.

Married Elizabeth Ann Jones (daughter of James and
Sarah Ann Jones), who was born Feb. 12, 1829. Their chil-
dren: William Albert b. April 25, 1849, m. Marcillia Fowles;
Clarissa E. b. Aug. 29, 1851, m. Amasa Scovial; Noah Thomas,
Jr. b. April 18, 1853, m. Caroline M. Hanson; Sarah Ann b.
Aug. 30, 1856, died; Amy Amelia b. Jan. 18, 1859, m. A. G.
Jewkes; Elizabeth Ann b. Jan. 8, 1861, died. Family home
Fountain Green. Utah.

Married Louisa Rowley March 2, 1867. who was born May
8, 1831. Their children: James W. b. Sept. 17, 1858, d.
Nov. 17, 1858; John Wesley b. Aug. 7, 1860; Wm. Lee, m.

. Black; David R. b. Feb. 21, 1862, died; Willard R. b.

Sept. 20, 1864; Owen W. b. April 16, 1866; Thos. H. b. Oct.
23, 1868; Ann Louisa b. Oct. 12, 1870. m. Edward Garry;
Sarah Jane b. Oct. 21, 1872; Joseph H. b. Aug. 20, 1874;
Melissa L. b. May 31, 1876; Laura E. b. April 7, 1879; Franklin
b. May 12, 1883.

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

GUTMON, EDWARD WALLACE (son of Noah T. Guymon
and Margaret Johnson). Born Dec. 15, 1869, at Springville,
Utah.

Married Elizabeth Preator Jan. 27, 1883, at Salt Lake
City (daughter of Richard Preator and Mary Harper, hand-
cart pioneers from England). She was born May 31, 1860.
Their children: Edward Ray b. Oct. 24, 1884, m. Ida J.
Dayley; Beatrice Blanche b. March 16, 1886, died; Mary
Margaret b. Dec. 26, 1887; Gregg Eugene b. Feb. 2, 1890;
Martin Lewis b. Nov. 10, 1891; Beulah Grace b. Nov. 8,
1893; Leslie Lynn b. Oct. 20, 1896; Hazel b. March 12, 1897:
Vernon Melvern b. Dec. 2, 1898; Richard Nathan b. Dec.
13, 1900; Leora Olga b. Jan. 24. 1902; Eva Wilda b. Dec.
19, 1903. Family resided Huntington and Vernal, Utah;
Otto, Wyo., and Oakley, Idaho.

Ward teacher; president T. M. M. I. A. Road supervisor;
constable, Burley, Idaho. Railroad contractor; farmer.



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GUTMON. NOAH THOMAS, JR. (son of Noah Thomas Guy-
mon and Elizabeth Ann Jones). Born April 18, 1853, at
Springville, Utah.

Married Caroline Maria Hanson Nov. 8, 1875 (daughter
of Soren Hanson and Anna Maria Bendixen of Denmark,
former pioneer Sept. 12, 1863, John R. Young company,
latter killed on way to Utah in stampede of oxen). She
was born Oct. 3, 1856. Their children: Ophelia Alzada
b. Oct. 19, 1876, m. Jasper N. Robertson; Annie Laura b.
July 29, 1878. and Lavina b. March 16, 1880, died; Noah
Thomas b. Jan. 1, 1882, m. Isabella Sanderson; Louis "Wes-
ley b. Oct. 30. 1883, m. Pearl Mackleprang; Mary Caro-
line b. Jan. 2, 1886, m. Ralph Oliphant; William Lee b. May
25, 1888; Alvin Clarence b. Nov. 20, 1891. Family home
Orangeville, Utah.

High priest. Farmer; apiarist.



GW1LLIAMS, HENRY B. (son of Henry B. Gwilliams of
Shrewsbury, Eng.). Born May 7, 1835, Shrewsbury, Eng.
Came to Utah Oct. 24, 1855, Milo Andrus company.

Married Jane Fisher Oct. 1854 at Birmingham, Eng., who
was born 1834 and died 1855 at Atchison, Kans.

Married Elizabeth Palmer March 21, 1856, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Richard Palmer and Mary Chambers of Shef-
field, Eng.), who was born Dec. 11, 1834, and came to Utah
Oct. 28, 1853. Their children: Henry William b. Feb. 21.
1857, m. Frances Mariah Chambers; Charles John b. April
8, 1859, d. aged 6; George Washington b. July 22, 1861, m.
Mary Grow; Benjamin Franklin b. July 22, 1861, m. Amelia
Stanford; Josephine b. Oct. 22, 1863, m. Joseph Manning;
Harry Chambers b. Aug. 6, 1865, m. Lea Moore; Orscn
Pratt b. March 29, 1867, m. Minnie Parker; Elizabeth Jane
b. Feb. 16, 1869, d. aged 3; Carrie b. July 16, 1871. m. Orson
Wadsworth. Family resided Salt Lake City, Draper, Para-
dise, Logan and Hooper, Utah.

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

GWILLIAMS, HENRY WILLIAM (son of Henry B. Gwilliams
and Elizabeth Palmer). Born Feb. 21, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married Frances Mariah Chambers Jan. 13, 1881, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of John Garratt Chambers and Mariah
Duffln of Salt Lake City, Logan and Ogden, Utah, pioneers
1853). She was born Feb. 29, 1860. Their children: Florence
M. b. May 9, 1882, m. Horace G. Nebeker; Henry Chambers
b. Nov. 24, 1883, m. Arvilla West; Maria Elizabeth b. Jan.
13, 1886, m. Frank J. Chamberlain; Roscoe Chambers b.
Sept. 13, 1891; Ralph Chambers b. June 1, 1897.

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



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HACKING, JOHN SAMPSON (son of James Hacking- of
Burton Eng. (died Sept. 12, 1840), and Jane Pearson of
Whitehaven, Eng.). Born Sept. 16, 1835, at Preston, Lan-
cashire, Eng. Came to Utah in 1861, Captain Cardon
company.

Married Jane Clark May 5, 1856, at St. Louis, Mo. (daugh-
ter of James Clark and Elizabeth Pearson of Preston, pio-
neers 1856, John Banks company). She was born Feb. 21,
1839, at Preston. Their children: James b. Dec. 23, 1856, m.
Annie M. Glines Aug. 11, 1876; Harriet Ambersine b. Nov.
14, 1858; Phoebe Ann b. Dec. 8, 1860, m. George D. Merkley
Oct. 10, 1881; Jane Elizabeth b. March 29* 1863, m. George
H. Southam Oct. 10, 1888, d. July 12, 1890; Eleanor b. March
5, 1865, m. Alfred Anderson April 17, 1885; John S. b. June
23, 1867, m. Mary E: Hall March 29, 1893; Henry Franklin
b. Nov. 28, 1869, m. Martha Wilcox Oct. 28, 1895; Charles
Lorenzo b. Jan. 18, 1872, d. June 30, 1896; Joseph Pearson
b. Feb. 5, 1874, m. Carrie Claire Stringham June 22, 1898;
George Alfred b. April 6, 1876, m. Frances Briggs June 20,
1900; Mary Emily b. April 15, 1878, d. April 30, 1878; Martha
Caroline b. March 18, 1880, m. Earl Cook May 27, 1901;
Orson Ezra b. Sept. 16, 1882, m. Ida Brown Feb. 22, 1901;
Thomas William b. April 15, 1886, m. Keren Bingham Oct.
16, 1912. Family home Cedar Fort, Utah.

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

HACKING, JAMES (son of John S. Hacking- and Jane Clark).
Born Dec. 23, 1856, at Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married Annie M. GHnes Aug. 11, 1876, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of James Harvey Glines and Elizabeth Ann



Mayer, pioneers 1852, Robert Wimmer company). She was
born May 11, 1858, at American Fork, Utah. Their chil-
dren: James C. b. Jan. 1, 1878, m. Harriet Bodily Jan. 3,
1900; Elizabeth Jane b. April 23, 1879, m. Frank E. Colton;
John Glines b. Jan. 18, 1881, m. Isabell M. Bodily; William
Ralph b. Aug. 26, 1882, m. Mabel Gerber; Ambrosine b.
Aug. 22, 1884, m. Stephen W. Ashby Aug. 30, 1906; Nellie
b. Feb. 26, 1886, m. Charles H. Colton June 28, 1906; Anna
Myrtle b. Jan. 4, 1888, d. Sept. 19, 1906; Ray b. Nov. 1, 1889.
d. Aug. 28, 1890; May b. Aug. 24, 1891, m. Wallace Calder;
Cora b. Sept. 19, 1893; Fern b. Aug-. 28, 1895; Finnie b. May
28, 1898; Owen b. Dec. 16, 1900. Family home Vernal, Utah.
Ward Sunday school superintendent; stake superintend-
ent Y. M. M. I. A.; stake superintendent Sunday schools;
2nd counselor in stake presidency; high councilor. Chair-
man People's party; county commissioner six years; county
bee Inspector; county tree inspector. Director in several
corporations.

HACKING, JOSEPH PEARSON (son of John S. Hacking and
Jane Clark). Born Feb. 5, 1874, at Cedar Fort, Utah.

Married Carrie Claire Stringham June 22, 1898, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of Philip Stringham and Caroline
Crouch of Vernal, Utah), who was born Nov. 3, 1874. Their
children: Lucile b. May 3, 1899; Josephine Marie b. Dec. 3,
1900; Rulon Stringham b. Dec. 19, 1903; Sterling- Don b.
Sept. 21, 1906; Joseph Ferron b. Dec. II, 1906; Grant Leland
b. Feb. 23, 1908; Harold Lorenzo b. July 11. 1909; Junius
Paul b. Aug. 28, 1910. Family home Vernal, Utah.

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



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

Married Maria Collins Feb. 10, 1856 (daughter of John
Collins and Jane Proverbs). Home South Cottonwood, Utah.

Married Margaret Penman Sept. 6, 1866 (daughter of
George B. Penman and Mary Cowan), who was born Jan.
19, 1847, at Airdrie, Scotland. Their children: Mary b.
Dec. 15, 1867, m. William A. Bee Nov. 20, 1883; Maria Eliza-
beth b. May 30, 1869, m. James C. Thomas; John George b.
July 8, 1871, m. Alzina A. Kent Nov. 10, 1893; Jessie Chris-
teena b. Jan. 29, 1873, d. childhood; William Penman b. Oct.
6, 1874, d. infant; Thomas b. Oct. 8, 1875, d. at 16 years;
Margaret Ann b. Oct. 12, 1879, m. Joseph Nye May 1900;
Arthur Edward b. Jan. 4, 1881, m. Marintha Briscoe Dec.
1899; James b. Nov. 17, 1882, d. at 20 years; Joseph b.
Jan. 17, 1884. Family home Bloomington, Idaho.

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

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

Married Alzina Adelaide Kent Nov. 10, 1893, Logan, Utah
(daughter of Sidney W. Kent, born in Utah, and Adelaide
Ward). She was born March 26, 1873, Bountiful, Utah. Their
children: George Elmer b. Aug. 13, 1894; John Alton b.
April 6, 1896, d. June 18, 1896; Elna Adelaide b. Nov. 5,
1897; Jesse Warren b. Jan. 26, 1900; Blain Kent b. March
28, 1902; Ruth Ella b. Sept. 27, 1904; Myra Alzina b. Aug.
16, 1909. Family home Wardboro, Idaho.

Presiding elder, Diamondville, Wyoming branch, July 23,
1899 to Sept. 1, 1901; chosen 1st councilor in bishopric of
Wardboro, Idaho, Dec. 8, 1901; set apart as bishop of Ward-
boro, Jan. 3, 1909.



HADDON, THOMAS C. (son of Thomas Haddon and Sarah
Bayes of Norfolk, Eng.). Born Dec. 26, 1816, at Norfolk.
Came to Utah 1852, A. O. Smoot company.

Married Elizabeth Cherry April 12, 1857, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Mr. Cherry and Sarah Boyes of Norfolk), who
was born Feb. 6, 1830. Their children: William Alvin, d.
aged 48 years; Mary Elizabeth, m. Nicolas C. Hair; Ellen
Maria, m. Edward Mlddlemess; Mahala, d. infant. Family
home Ephralm, Utah.

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



HADFIELD, JOSEPH (son of George Hadfleld and Alice
Hazelrim, of Hazel Grove, Eng.). Born March 3, 1827, Hazel
Grove. Came to Utah Oct. 1, 1864, Daniel Garn company.

Married Jane Walker Redfern Dec. 26, 1853, in England
(daughter of Joseph Redfern and Janett Walker, pioneers
Oct. 1, 1854, Daniel Garn company). She was born Jan.
12, 1821. Their children: Joseph, Jr. b. Oct. 24, 1854, m.
Mary Jane Oliver; George Samuel b. June 26, 1856, m. Laura
Smith; Janett Alice b. April 5, 1858, m. James Henry Steed;
Mary Elizabeth b. Dec. 8, 1859. d. Oct. 14, I860; Jane Ann
b. Nov. 2, 1862, m. William A. Hess.

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

HADFIELD, JOSEPH, JR. (son of Joseph Hadfleld and Jane
Walker Redfern). Born Oct. 24, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Married Mary Jane Oliver Aug. 26, 1877, at Farmington,
Utah (daughter of Francis Oliver and Elizabeth Bailey of
Brown Candover, Eng., pioneers Sept. 25, 1866, John HollI-
day company). She was born Jan. 30, 1859. Their chil-
dren: Joseph Francis b. May 20, 1878, d. Sept. 4, 1879;



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George S. b. June 21, 1880, m. Mary I. Smith; Elizabeth J.
b. Oct. 1, 1881, m. Delbert Bowers; Janett E. b. July 1, 1883,
m. Ebenezer Letter; Alice A.' b. Feb. 14, 1885, m. Fredric
W. Buxton; Mary L. b. June 26, 1887, d. Sept. 2, 1888; Job
O. b. Nov. 18, 1888; William E. b. March 13, 1890, d. Aug. 10,
1891; John H. b. March 2, 1892, m. Louisa Hancock; Ida May
b. Jan. 6, 1894; Hazel b. March 29, 1896; Myron Ralph b. Dec.
2, 1901. Family home Riverside, Utah.

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



Married Rosena Stucke Blickenstorfer Feb. 28, 1885
(daughter of Samuel Stucke and Magdalena Stadler). Their
children: Charles; Ellen; Viola.

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



II MiFil'.i.n, JOSEPH (son of Samuel Hadfield and Mary
Ann Godby, of Manchester, Eng.). Born April 13, 1832, in
Manchester. Came to Utah Oct. 11, 1856, Jacob Croft
company.

Married Jeanette Goudie Dec. 25, 1857, Pine Valley, Utah
(daughter of James Goudie and Isabelle Tenuck, of Scot-
land), who was born Sept. 18, 1841. Their children: Henry
J. b. Oct. 13, 1858; Mary Jane b. Nov. 26, 1861; Sarah E. b.
July 25, 1863; Annie b. Nov. 7, 1864, m. George Jensen;
Emma A. b. Nov. 17, 1866, m. Edgar Burk; Joseph S. b.
July 25, 1867; Jeanette b. July 25, 1868; Lillian b. Sept. 21,
1870, m. Charles Averette; William F. b. April 28, 1872; John
L. b. Sept. 1, 1873; William A. b. Aug. 8, 1874; Albert T.
b. Sept. 26, 1875, m. Sarah E. Housekeeper; Alford Charles
b. Sept. 29, 1878, m. Julia Young; Laura M. b. June 20, 1881,
m. Eli Kirkham.

Elder. Cabinet maker and carpenter.



HADLEY, GEORGE (son of Joseph Hadley of Derby, and
Mary Ann Harper of Bilper, Eng., latter born 1795 at Shrop-
shire, Eng.). He was born Nov. 14, 1816, in parish of St.
Peters, Derbyshire, Eng. Came to Utah Oct. 4, 1863, Thomas
E. Ricks company.

Married Hannah Brown 1840 (daughter of Thomas Brown,
died in England), who was born Aug. 15, 1817. Their chil-
dren: Alonzo b. 1840. d. childhood; Louisa b. 1842, d. in-
fant; George b. Jan. 7, 1844, m. Mary Ann Kennel; Walter
b. June 5, 1845, m. Elizabeth Hunter; William b. Sept. 11,
1847, m. Ann Welch; Mary Ann b. Aug. 21, 1849, m. James
Lockland; Lorenzo b. Nov. 6, 1851. m. Elizabeth Jane Bitton;
Samuel b. Nov. 15, 1854, m. Elizabeth Ann Etherington;
Ezra Richard b. Nov. 14, 1859, m. Harriet Hipwell. Family
home West Weber. Utah.

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

HADLET, LORENZO (son of George Hadley and Hannah



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