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H. b. July 25, 1892, died; Ellen R. b. Aug. 24, 1893. Family
resided Kaysvllle and West Portage, Utah.

Missionary to northwestern states 1895; high priest; coun-
selor to Bishop Hosklns of Portage ward; bishop Portage
ward; president high priests quorum of three wards In
Malad stake. Black Hawk Indian war veteran.

HARRIS, DANIEL BROWETT (son of Robert Harris and
Hannah Maria Eagles). Born Oct. 30, 1848.

Married Elizabeth Ann Thornley April 10, 1876, Salt Lake
City (daughter of John Thornley and Martha Seed), who
was born 1851, Lancaster, Eng. Their children: Robert
Thornley b. Jan. 10, 1877, m. Nora Robinson; Daniel Brow-
ctt b. May 27, 1879, d. Aug. 15, 1879; Elizabeth Ann Thornley,
d. June 24, 1879.

Married Mary Ann Parkinson Jan. 6, 1881, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Elizabeth King, pio-
neers Captain Brown company). She was born Aug. 9, 1858,
Ogden, Utah. Their children: Fred b. Sept. 3, 1881, m. Mary
Ellen Thornley Aug. 17, 1904; Thomas J. b. Feb. 19, 1883, m.
Chloe Louise Layton June 23, 1909; Daniel D. b. Oct. 7, 1884,
m. Jennie Caroline Anderson Dec. 12, 1906; Mary Elizabeth
Ann b. Aug. 19, 1886, m. James H. Walker Feb. 21, 1912;
Chloe Marriah b. July 21, 1888, m. Franklin Hawks Dec. 12,
1909; David Oscar b. Dec. 12, 1890; Sarah Cecil b. June 28,
1893; Ezra Parkinson b. July 20, 1895. Family home Layton,
Utah.

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



HARRIS, THOMAS (son of Thomas Harris, born 1780, and
Mary Parre married 1816). Born 1816, Caerleon, Monmouth-
shire, South Wales. Came to Utah Sept. 1863, independent
oxteam company.

Married Ann Williams April 1, 1844 (daughter of John
and "Grandmother" Williams). She was born Dec. 31, 1819,
died In 1873 came to Utah with husband. Their chil-
dren: Thomas Edwin b. Dec. 31, 1844, m. Catherine Davis
1870; Micah Francis b. Aug. 3, 1848, m. Mary Jane Bond
Jan. 15, 1868; Daniel Richard b. May 5, 1853, m. Jennette
Fife March 17, 1882.

Settled in Summit county. Miner.

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

Married Mary Jane Bond Jan. 15, 1868, Henefer, Utah
(daughter of William Bond, who died April 29, 1910, and
Mary Ann Barker pioneers Dec. 10-16, 1856. William B.
Hodgett handcart company, rescued by relief trains sent to
meet them). She was born Jan. 15, 1850, Fall River, Mass.
Their children: Thomas William b. Sept. 26, 1868, d. Sept.
26, 1868; Micah b. Nov. 25. 1869, d. Nov. 25, 1869; George
Richard b. Dec. 31, 1870, m. Elizabeth Deardon; Daniel Heber
b. March 21, 1873, d. Oct. 12, 1874; Willard Bond b. Aug. 29,
1874; Eldora Ann b. Nov. 25, 1876, m. William George Richins
1897; Joseph Bond b. March 22, 1879, m. Lucy Ashton 1907;
David Oscar b. Nov. 30, 1882, m. Rebecca Gustavson 1905;
Mary Ida b. July 9, 1885, m. Parley Croft 1909; Hyrum Bond
b. Dec. 3, 1882; Myrtle Jane b. Aug. 2, 1890, m. William O.
Stephens Seot. 1911. Family home Henefer, Utah.

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

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



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

Married Emeline Whittle Aug. 20, 1861 (daughter of
Thomas L. Whittle and Mary Fullmer married 1833, Mont-
real, Canada pioneers 1848, Zera Pulsipher company). She
was born March 7, 1845. Their children: William McGee
b. May 23, 1862, m. Harriet Ann Carson Feb. 4, 1885; Charles
Z. b. March 9, 1864, m. Sarah Alice Anderson April 14, 1886;
Casper W. b. May 31, 1871, m. Tena Christensen 1892; Alex-
ander E. b. Oct. 20, 1873, m. Blanche Bullen Jan. 3, 1901;
Aroet L. b. Nov. 20, 1876, m. Olive Kerr Dec. 21, 1898; Emma
b. March 20, 1878, m. Albert C. Fisher Dec. 19, 1900. Family
home Richmond, Utah.

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

HARRIS, WILLIAM McGEE (son of William Ha.ris and
Emeline Whittle). Born May 23, 1862, Richmond, Utah.

Married Harriet Ann Carson Feb. 4, 1885, Logan, Utah
(daughter of David Carson and Millie Jane Rawlins of Rich-
mond, Utah, pioneers Brigham Young company). She was
born June 18, 1861. Their children: Millie E. b. Nov. 27.
1885, m. Theo. Mickelson; Byron McGee b. Nov. 12, 1887, m.
Fronie Bassett; David Earl b. June 14, 1890; Thomas Glen
b. Oct. 7, 1892; Guy b. April 28, 1895; Viola b. April 12,
1898; Florence b. Oct. 1, 1901. Family home Lago, Idaho.

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



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

Married Sarah Alice Anderson April 14, 1886 (daughter of
George Anderson and Mary Ann Davis, pioneers 1852, Brig-
ham Young company). She was born Jan. 10, 1870, Rich-
mond. Utah. Their children: Melvin C. b. Sept. 21, 1887;
William Z. b. July 5, 1890; George McGee b. Oct. 30, 1904.
Family home Richmond, Utah.

Graduate University Deseret 1885. Assistant superintend-
ent Richmond Sunday school 1887-89. Member state legis-
lature 1889 and 1900: member Cache county school board
1908-09. Founder and owner of People's Mercantile Com-
pany, Richmond; one of founders Utah Condensed Milk Com-
pany and superintendent of same 1903-07. Farmer and
dairyman.



HARRISON, GEORGE (son of William Harrison and Hannah
Ellis of Springville, Utah). Born Aug. 24, 1841, Manches-
ter, Eng. Came to Utah 1866, Martin and Tyler handcart
company.

Married Rosella D. White 1866 at Springville (daughter
of Noah White and Arvilla Lewis of Nauvoo, 111., and New
Hampshire). She was born 1838. Their children: George
W., m. Ada Bissell; Rosella A., m. Joseph H. Storrs; Lewis
E., m. Clara Stewart: Anna May, m. George Smith; William
W., m. Myrtle Hall; Gertrude, m. William M. Packard: Win-
fred H., m. Martha Fereday. Family home, Springville.

Member of seventies; high priest; president elders' quo-
rum; choir leader 20 years. Black Hawk Indian war vet-
eran. Director Springville Banking Company; proprietor
Hotel Harrison, Springville.



HARRISON, HENRY JAMES (son of James Harrison, born
Jan. 13, 1804. and Ann Harrison). He was born Feb. 6, 1834,
in Marlines, Eng. Came to Utah Aug. 27, 1860, Daniel Robin-
son handcart company.

Married Sarah Elizabeth Burningham Oct. 6, 1860 (daugh-
ter of Thomas Burningham and Sarah White, latter pioneer
1861). She was born May 25, 1834, and came to Utah with
handcart company. Their children: Arthur b. 1861; Thomas
b. 1862; Harold Henry b. 1863, m. Clara Mold Sept. 21, 1882;
Elizabeth Burningham b. 1866, m. Riley Burnham; James
Alfred b. 1867; William John b. 1870, m. May Miller; Ger-
trude Anne b. 1873, m. David Fenwick.

Married Mary Acocks April 29, 1897 (daughter of George
Acocks and Elizabeth Dodd, former came to Utah 1869, latter
1871). She was born Oct. 16, 1852, in England.

Deputy sheriff. Brick and rock mason.

HARRISON, HAROLD HENRY (son of Henry James Harri-
son and Sarah Elizabeth Burningham). Born 1863, Bounti-
ful, Utah.

Married Clara Mold Sept. 21, 1882, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of Thomas Mold and Jane Spencer), who was born June
5, 1865. Their children: Lillian Clara b. Sept. 13, 1883, m.
John Poorman; Harold Roy b. Dec. 26, 1885, m. Sarah
Beatrice Steele Oct. 3, 1906; Ross Leo b. March 24, 1887;
Ona Alvin b. June 24. 1893: Vivian Cecil b. Oct. 20, 1899;
Rex Leland b. March 15, 1901; Lema LaRell b. July 10, 1903;
Lola Leila b. Feb. 13, 1906; Thora Arenith b. June 22, 1906.



HARRISON, JAMES H. (son of Joseph Harrison and Sarah
Hobday of London, Eng.). Born April 9, 1817, Birmingham,
Eng. Came to Utah Oct. 6, 1862, Ansel P. Harmon company.

Married Angelina Parry Aug. 11, 1839, Birmingham
(daughter of Thomas Parry and Mary Hldson of Birming-
ham). She was born Aug. 22, 1816. Their children: Sarah
Ann, m. Thomas S. Fames; Martha, died; Henrietta, died;
Fannie, m. Edwin Curtis; James Parry, m. Elvira Williams;
Joseph Hidson, m. Mary Ann Slight; Angelina, m. W. N.
Shilling; William Hobday, m. Mary Ann Poll; Heber Chase,
m. Capitola Birdno; Mary Elizabeth, m. George W. Earl;
Edwin Daniel, m. Ellen Simmons.

High priest; teacher. Engraver. Deceased.

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

Married Mary Ann Poll Aug. 1877, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of William Flint Poll and Charlotte Long of Lofo-
Btaff, Eng., pioneers fall of 1867). She was born Dec. 28,
1858. Their children: Alta Maud b. April 13, 1880, m.
Leonard Kessler; Iva May b. Jan. 10. 1881, m. Frank Scott;
Albert William b. May 16. 1883, died; Celia b. May 13, 1887,
m. Duke Lawrence; Verne David b. April 30, 1889; Angelina
b. May 2, 1890, d. Jan. 29, ; Moroni Duval b. April 6, 1893;
Clifford Charles b. March 11, 1896; Glen Poll b. Dec. IB,
1900. Family home. Salt Lake City.

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

High priest; counselor in elders' quorum. City registrar
1904-06. Foreman cooperage department of Salt Lake Brew-
ery Company. Merchant.



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PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



HARRISON, JOHN (son of Elizabeth Harrison of St. Ellen,
Lancashire, Eng.). Born Dec. 13, 1839, at St. Ellen. Came
to Utah 1862, oxteam company.

Married Nancy Platt (daughter of James Platt of St. Ellen,
pioneer 1862, oxteam company). Their children: Isabel
Josephine, m. Peter M. Hiskey; Jane, m. Edward Wilkins;
James W. b. April 14, 1865, m. Victoria Sprouse; Peter b. Nov.
9, 1867. m. Margaret Murray; Elizabeth, m. Ephraim Rob-
erts: Nancy, d. child. Family home Mona, Utah.

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

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

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

Married Margaret Murray Nov. 2, 1892, Vernal, Utah
(daughter of Jeremiah H. Murray and Mary Ashby of Span-
ish Fork, Utah). She was born Sept. 9, 1876. Their chil-
dren: Nancy Noble b. May 23, 1893, m. Franklin Jenkins;
Jeremiah Hatch b. Oct. 22, 1894; Lavina b. June 17, 1896, d.
Aug. 13, 1896; Elzina b. June 17, 1896; Russell Peter b. Sept.
9, 1898; Hazel Pearl b. Aug. 16, 1900; Mary Ruth b. Nov. 14,
1902; Bertha b. Oct. 10, 1904, d. infant; Frances Ellen b.
June 10, 1906; Carl Reed b. May 7, 1911. Family home Ver-
nal, Utah.

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



HART, JAMES (son of Richard Hart). Born April 17, 1806,
Devonshire, Eng. Died Dec. 25, 1879. Came to Utah Oct. 17,
1862, Capt. Miller company.

Married Mary Cape, who was born 1810 and died 1858.
Their children: Harriet b. June 4, 1836, m. Christopher
Brown; Emma b. Oct. 14, 1838, m. James Notion; Ann b. Nov.
20, 1840; Sarah b. Sept. 18, 1842; William b. Jan. 2, 1845, m.
Ann Home; Mary Ann b. 1847; Charlotte Louise b. 1849; Levl
Richard b. March 2, 1851. m. Harriet Maria Conley Nov. 24,
1874; Samuel Walter b. Oct. 31, 1853, m. Martha Raymond;
Henry James b. Jan. 1867.

Worked on Salt Lake Temple. Mason.

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

Married Harriet Maria Conley Nov. 24, 1874, Evanston,
Wyo. (daughter of Solomon Nelson Conley and Eve Merkley,
pioneers 1848). She was born April 21, 1857, Centerville,
Utah. Their children: James R. b. Aug. 28, 1875, d. April 14,
1903; William Augustus b. Sept. 7, 1877, m. Susan Birch June
7, 1907; Albert Leslie b. June 11, 1879, m. Amelia Eschler
April 4, 1907; Harriet Eve b. March 2, 1882, d. Aug. 18, 1882;
Mary Caroline b. Oct. 17, 1884, d. July 22, 1899; Franklin b.
July 5, 1887; Willard Edward b. Sept. 7, 1896.

Settled in Bear Lake county, Idaho, 1872.

HART, SAMUEL WALTER (son of James Hart and Mary
Cape). Born Oct. 31, 1853, Devonshire, Eng. Came to Utah
with father.

Married Martha Raymond Feb. 20, 1880, Woodruff, Utah
(daughter of Grandison Raymond and Cella Hall, pioneers
1862). She was born Jan. 1, 1850, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Their
children: Melvin Ray b. March 16, 1881, m. LeNore Dal-
rymple June 7, 19U5; Celia Eva b. July 2, 1S83, m. Wiley
Call Dec. 15, f904; Mary C. b. Aug. 28, 1887; Celdon Ray-
mond b. May 17. 1890; Henrietta b. May 11, 1893. Family
resided at Raymond, Idaho.

Sfttled In Salt Lake City; moved to Kaysville 1869; to
Woodruff 1874; to Raymond, Idaho, 1878. First counselor to
Bishop N. P. Larson; presiding high priest 1900, and bishop
of Raymond ward.



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

Married Emily Ellingham 1850, England (daughter of
Thomas and Elizabeth Ellingham), who was born July 16,
1820. Only child: James E. Hart b. Jan. 17, 1856. m. Elmira
Birdneau. Family resided Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah,
and Bloomington, Idaho.

Married Sabina Scheib May 4, 1861, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of John P. Scheib and Catharine Neinmann, pioneers Sept.
20, 1852, Capt. McGaw company). She was born March 2,
1839, London, Eng. Their children: Anna Maria b. July 22,
1862; Alice C. b. Sept. 14, 1864, m. Anson C. Osmond; Eugene
S. b. Dec. 16, 1864, m. Nellie Osmond June 16, 1897; Charles
H. b. July 6, 1866, m. Adc-lia Greenhalgh 1889; Arthur W. b.
Oct. 16, 1869, m. Ada D. Lowe Aug. 22, 1900; Alfred A. b. Oct.
9. 1871, m. Sarah Patterson Oct. 11, 1905; John Thomas b.
Jan. 22, 1874, d. infant; Sabina Hermoine b. July 18, 1876, m.
David Roberts Feb. 2, 1911; Emily Roslna b. March 31, 1880,
m. Ivan Woodward Nov. 13, 1901.

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



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

Married Adelia Greenhalgh Sept. 25. 1889, Logan, Utah
(daughter of Peter and Sarah Greenhalgh of Manchester
Eng.). She was born June 27, 1867, died March 18, 1913
Their children: Lucile Adelia b. Sept. 14, '890; Leona Sabina
b. April 3, 1892; Viola Genevieve b. Oct. 1893; Charles James
b. June 27, 1896; Mary Clarissa b. Jan. 10, 1C98, d. at age of
six weeks; Harold Henry b. April 19, 1899; Paul Eugene b
Jan. 31, 1902; Dean Eldon b. Nov. 3, 1903; Melvin Greenhalgh
b. Aug. 31, 1906; Raymond George b. June 1. 1908; Phyllis b.
Nov. 22, 1910. Family resided Logan and Salt Lake City
Utah.

Member first council of seventies since April 1906; super-
intendent 6th ward Sunday school 1906; assistant superin-
tendent Y. M. M. I. A. Bear Lake stake 1889-90. Cache
county prosecuting attorney 1893-94; member legislative
council of Utah 1893-1904; member state constitutional con-
vention Utah 1905; district judge first judicial district 1896-
1905.



HART, JOHN ISAAC (son of Isaac Hart and Ann McGeorge).
Born Dec. 11, 1826, Taunton, Somersetshire, Eng. Came to
Utah Oct. 11, 1852, George Kendall ten-pound company

Married Elizabeth Rice July 26, 1846, Bristol, Eng. (daugh-
ter of Thomas Rice and Easter Mayo of Minchampton,
Gloucestershire, Eng.), who was born 1826.

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



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

Married Sarah Ann Leah March 3, 1848 (daughter of
James Leah and Sarah Berry, who died on way to Utah).
She was born May 25, 1833. Came to Utah with Capt.
Warren company. Their children: Samuel Cornelius;
Stephen James; Sarah Ann; Joseph; Elizabeth; Marinda;
Merintha; John Elijah; Frances; Edith; Nephi. Family
home Bountiful, Utah.

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

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

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



HARTLE, SAMUEL. Born in England. Came to Utah 1849.

Married Mary Nichols in England. Their children: Phile-
mon, d. aged 19; Lydia, m. William Cook; Rudolph; Mary
Ann, m. Samuel McClemonds; William, m. Percilla Cook-
James, d. aged 45; Gertrude, d. infant; Samuel, d. infant;
Samuel, m. Emma Underwood; Harry, m. Dollie McSwain-
Fred Charles, m. Adaline Allen. Family resided England-
Payson and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Church member. Died at Payson, Utah.



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

Married Christine Peterson Nov. 24, 1873, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Andrew Peterson and Annie Maria Olson of
Denmark, pioneers 1862), who was born Sept. 15 1855
Their children: Mary Christina, m. James Bills; Lutisha m
Leroy Rigby; Andrew, m. Mai Peterson; Caleb, m. Caroline
Peterson; Lorenzo, d. infant; Annie, m. Alexander Bell-
Sylvie, m. Outrey Anderson; Urban, m. Maud Mower;
Minerva, m. Arthur Burrows; Peter; Isabel; Dosenla- Teckla
d. childhood; Glen. Family home Fairview. Utah.

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



HARTLY, SAMUEL, of Sheffield, Yorkshire, Eng.

Married Eliza Gill, Sheffield, Eng. (daughter of Robert

Gill of Sheffield). She was born Nov. 28, and came to

Utah, handcart company; died Nov. 17, 1892, Oak (Creek)
City, Utah. Their children: Sarah, m. Lyman Curtis;
Matilda Jane, m. Russell Brownell, m. William White, m.
Chrest Overson; Samuel; Clementina, died; Josephine Lucy
Smith, m. Thomas Zundle; Farwell; Lorenzo James, died.



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HARTWELL, ELLIOTT (son of Stephen Hartwell of Massa-
chusetts). Born July 11, 1820, in Massachusetts. Came to
Utah in 1863.

Married Hortense Rogers (daughter of Anne Slade of
New York, pioneer 1853), who was born Aug. 18, 1823. Their
children: Helena G., m. Joseph Hicks; Geneva A., m. Edwin
Kimball; Orville, m. Ada Druce; Byron E., m. Margaret
Mulholland; Inez H., m. John Livermore; May I., m. Oliver
C. Lockhart; Ella M., died; Nina Rosabelle; Oscar L., m.
Sarah Martin; Louis D., m. May Saunders. Family home,
Salt Lake City.

Seventy. Nurseryman. Died Oct. 11, 1901.



HARVEY, DANIEL, (son of John Harvey, born 1780, Pritty-
well Essex, and Elizabeth Eastwood born 1800, Stanford,
Eng.). Born May 29, 1830, Stanford. Came to Utah Oct. 13,
1863, Rosel Hyde company.

Married Hannah Smuin (daughter of Joseph Smuin), who
was born Sept. 28, 1836. Came to Utah with husband in 1863.
Their children: Annie b. June 21, 1856, m. Limon S. Conley;
James Smuin b. Nov. 1, 1858, m. Mary Rosworth Feb. 2,
1898' Daniel Jr. b. Nov. 21, 1860, m. Olive Welker Nov. 2, 1896;
Susannah b. June 9, 1865, m. J. H. Morgan Nov. 7, 1885; Mary
b. Jan. 8, 1868, m. E. M. Whitesides 1892; Martha b. March
30, 1870, m. J. H. Hutchens 1893.

Married Ellen Woolen Dec. 17, 1868, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of William Wooten and Ruth Smuin, married at Eaton-
bray, Bedfordshire, Eng.). She was born Nov. 1. 1843,
Eatonbray. Their children: George W. b. Jan. 8, 1870, m.
Mary Baker May, 1896. Families resided at Kaysville, Utah.

Ordained seventy 1875. Died Sept. 16, 1899.

HARVEY, DANIEL JR. (son of Daniel Harvey and Hannah
Smuin). Born Nov. 21, 1860, London, Eng.

Married Olive Welker Nov. 2, 1896, Bloomington, Idaho
(daughter of Gilbert Welker and Charlotte Nelson), who was
born Sept. 24, 1875, Bloomington. Their children: Daniel
Orval b. July 26, 1897; James Evert b. Jan. 15, 1900; Demo
Welker b. Jan. 14, 1902; Charlotte b. March 15, 1904; Olive
Annie b. July 29, 1906.

Ordained seventy Oct. 30, 1910.



HARVEY, JOHN. Born Dec. 12, 1816, Balleston, Lanark-
shire, Scotland. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young
company.

Married Eliza Everett March 31, 1841, who was born July
12, 1814; died on way to Utah. Their children: John, d.
April 27, 1900; Murray, d. March, 1903; Margeret A., m.
Thomas Ross.

Married Ann Coope (Minchell) July 23, 1864, Salt Lake
City, who was born April 13, 1826. Their children: Ester
(Minchell) b. Oct. 1, 1846, m. Dr. L. Coons; Jenett b. June 1,
1856, m. Albert Walch; Alice Young b. June 1, 1857, m.
Manassa Gallagher; Rhoda E. b. May, 1861, m. Joseph Foster;
Frances Ireeta b. May 21, 1863, m. William Hundley; Rich-
ard Coope b. Oct. 6, 1865, m. Mildred Cluff; Hugh William b.
Feb. 15, 1868, m. Arbelia Howe. Family home Heber, Utah.

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

HARVEY, HUGH WILLIAM (son of John Harvey and Ann
Coope). Born Feb. 16, 1868, Heber, Utah.

Married Arbelia Howe Feb. 14, 1894, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Howe and Mary Jane McLider of Tonis
Brook, Virginia), who was born July 2, 1870. Their chil-
dren: Annie b. Nov. 25, 1894; Hugh b. May 7, 1896; James b.
July 7, 1902; John b. Sept. 28. 1904; Myrth b. Aug. 16, 1909.

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



HARVEY, LOUIS (son of Jonathan Harvey and Sarah
Harbert of Harrison county, W. Va.). Born Feb. 1, 1822,
In Harrison county. Came to Utah in 1860.

Married Lucinda Clark April 6, 1849 (daughter of Richard
Clark and Mary Ann Shaffer of Pennsylvania, pioneers
1850), who was born April 18, 1824. Their children: Maria
Josephine, m. John A. Booth; Sarah Elizabeth, m. Wilford
Baker; Jonathan Louis, m. Mary Helen Alexander; Lucinda
Jane, m. Orlando Herron; Clarinda, died; Flora Samantha,
m. Theo R. Sundberg; Rosetta and George Alfred, died Fam-
ily home Pleasant Grove, Utah.

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

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

Married Mary Helen Alexander Dec. 30, 1880, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Horace M. Alexander and Catherine
Houston of Springville and Provo, Utah pioneers 1847,
Mormon battalion Company B). She was born Jan. 16, 1854.
Their children: Effle Jane b. May 7, 1882. m. Stephen Roy
Chipman; Catherine Fredonia b. May 7, 1884, m. Robert
McComle; Jonathan Louis Jr. b. May 23, 1886, m. Mae
Langstaff; Helen Ora b. March 1, 1889. m. D. R. West;
William C. b. March 1, 1891; Maria Lucile b. May 8, 1894;
Leo P. b. May 1, 1896; Florence B. b. April 9, 1898; Dean
Alexander b. March 19, 1900. Family home Pleasant Grove,
Utah.

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



HASLAM, JAMES HOLT (son of John Haslam, born 1796,



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