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R. Turner; George A. b. Jan. 4, 1877; Chester J. b. April 1880,
d. Infant; Frank L. b. May 5, 1885, d. aged 23; Harrison S.
b. 1900. Family home Salt Lake City.

Musician. Died March 12, 1906, Salt Lake City.



HBGGIE, ANDREW WALKER (son of Andrew Heggie, born
March 19, 1796, Forgan parish, Fifeshire, Scotland, and Cath-
rine Walker, born 1795. Hilland, Scotland). Born Jan. 9,
1826, Fraistown, Forgan parish. Came to Utah Aug. 27,
1860, Daniel Robinson company.

Married Annie T. Stewart Feb. 3, 1866 (daughter of William
Stewart and Sarah Thompson, married Jan. 1839, Belfast,
Ireland, the former pioneer 1862, Captain Rollins dxteam
company). She was born Dec. 11, 1839 and came to Utah
with father. Their children: Annie S. b. Nov. 20, 1865, m.
James B. Jardine Sept. 17. 1884; Cathrine W. b. March 4, 1867,
m. William J. Griffiths Jan. 6, 1886; Andrew S. b. Nov. 15,
1868, m. Mary Loosle June 10, 1897; Sarah S. b. Jan. 7, 1871,
m. John Helga Dohle Dec. 13, 1894; William S. b. Oct. 9, 1872,
d. March 13, 1874. Family home Clarkston, Utah.

Settled at Salt Lake City 1860; moved to Clarkston 1865.
Sunday school superintendent 25 years; president 7th quorum
seventies; second counselor to Bishop John Jardine of Clark-
ston for 13 years beginning Nov. 26, 1888. School trustee;
justice of peace.



HEGSTED, HANS CHRISTIAN SORENSON (son of Soren
Christian Hansen, born 1797, and Johanna Christiansen, born
1802, HJorring Amt, Denmark). Born Aug. 17, 1830, Wreilev
parish. Hjorring, Denmark. Came to Utah Nov. 8, 1866, Miner
G. Atwood company.

Married Mary Borglum Dec. 10, 1861, Hjorring, Denmark
(daughter of Augustine and Anna Borglum of Hjorring),
who was born March 2, 1837, Hjorring, died March 29, 1902,
Salem, Idaho. Their children: Victor Charles b. April 18,
1865, m. Ada Martin; Jacob b. May 6, 1874. Family resided
Harrisville, Utah, and Salem, Idaho.

Married Christena Olson Jan. 20, 1866, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Ivor John Olson and Anna Christensen, they
came to Utah 1873). She was born Jan. 4, 1844. Their chil-
dren: Hans C. S. b. April 6, 1871, m. Mary Walker Oct. 30,
1895; John b. Feb. 9. 1875, m. Edna Porter Nov. 10. 1909.
Family home Salem, Fremont Co., Idaho.

Married Nelsina Nielsen April 14. 1866, at Salt Lake City,
who was born April 8, 1840, died Sept. 26, 1879. Their chil-
dren: Joseph b. Nov. 1, 1873, m. Mabel McKensie April 21,
1909; Isaac b. May 20, 1876.



HEINER, MARTIN (son of Johanas Heiner born Oct. 16, 1777,
and Anne Eliza Hondorf, born Aug. 9, 1790, Saxe-Muningen,
Germany, who were married 1814). Born March 17, 1818,
Waldorf, Saxe-Muningen. Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1859,
Edward Stevenson company.

Married Adelgunda Dietzel Jan. 6. 1839 (daughter of Michal
Dietzel and Sophia C. Kniesa, who were married July 12,
1803, Germany). She was born June 11, 1815. Their chil-
dren: Mary b. July 28, 1840, m. Arza E. Ninckley 1862; Amelia

b. Feb. 20, , m. George A. Black July 31, 1864; John b.

July 2, 1842, m. Sarah Coulan March 23, 1867; Anthony b.
June 24, 1844, m. Lucinda Henderson Sept. 16, 1865; George b.
March 26, 1846, m. Mary Henderson Dec. 22, 1866; Elizabeth b.
April 24, 1848, m. Thomas Grover Feb. 10, 1866; Daniel b.
Nov. 27, 1850, m. Martha Stevens March 31, 1873; Susannah C.
b. Oct. 15, 1862, m. Joseph Ovard June 28, 1876; Emma Ann
b. Aug. 17, 1856, d. 1865; Rachel b. Sept. 16, 1858, d. 1863;
Eliza b. Oct. 22, 1860, d. 1866.

High councilman and patriarch. School trustee, and city
councilman. Assisted in building first canal on north side of
Weber river; planted first shade and fruit trees in Morgan;
cleared sage brush from present site of North Morgan City.

HEINER, ANTHONY (son of Martin Heiner and Adelgunda
Dietzel). Born June 24, 1844. Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1859,
Edward Stevenson company.

Married Lucinda Henderson 1865 (daughter of David E.
Henderson and Mary Macfadgeon, pioneers 1866). She was
born May 30, 1842. Their children: Anthony b. July 6, 1866;
Rachel b. Feb. 8, 1868; Lucinda Ann b. June 20, 1870; David
Martin b. Jan. 1, 1873; John Wesley b. Sept. 27, 1876; Mary
Agnes b. Oct. 11, 1881, d. April 6, 189; Henry Melvin b.
April 29, 1884. Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married Sarah Elizabeth Henderson (Morris), who was
born April 3, 1844. Children: Eliza Morris b. May 22, 1866;
Lucinda Morris b. Oct. 22, 1867; Canway Morris b. May 17,
1869, by her former marriage. Their children: Evaline b.
Nov. 6, 1875; Agatha H. b. Feb. 8. 1877; Joseph Anthony b.
Jan. 17, 1879; Sparle b. Nov. 27, 1881, d. June 7, 1882; Royal
Oscar b. Sept. 1, 1882; Lafayette b. Aug. 21, 1885; Maryette
b. Aug. 1886.

HEINER, DANIEL (son of Martin Heiner and Adelgunda
Dietzel). Born Nov. 27, 1850, Franklin county, Pa.

Married Martha A. Stevens March 31, 1873, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Roswell Stevens and Mary Peterson, former
came to Utah with Mormon Battalion). She was born Dec.
14, 1856, Peterson, Utah, first white child born in Morgan
county. Their children: Daniel Nephi b. July 14, 1874; Ros-
well M. b. Dec. 22, 1875, m. May Littlefield March 20, 1809;
Moroni b. Feb. 12, 1877, m. Eva Pernell Dec. 14, 1898; George
A, b. Dec. 7, 1879, m. Sara Robison June, 1902; Charles b.
April 13, 1881, m. Perses Farr June 1904; Geber J. b. Nov. 18,
1882, m. Theresa Tribe Dec. 14. 1904; Martha Sophia b.
April 26, 1884, m. James A. Anderson 1906; Estella b. May 12,
1887, m. Alford Croft Aug. 20, 1908; Mary Elizabeth b. Aug.
13, 1889, m. T. V. Thomas April 17, 1912; Brenton Wells b.
June 24, 1891; Spencer b. Nov. 21, 1894; Disc b. Dec. 1. 1896;
Cash b. Feb. 7, 1899. Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married Sarah Coulam March 31. 1873, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Coulam and Sarah Cordon, former came
to Utah 1848). She was born Jan. 19, 1846, England. Their
children: Adelgunda b. Feb. 1, 1874, m. James Taggart 1894;
John b. Feb. 7, 1876, m. Annie Croft 1903; Daniel Hanmer b.
Feb. 24. 1878, m. Hattie Robison 1897; Fannie b. Aug. 6. 1880.
m. C. M. Croft 1903; Henry b. Sept. 11, 1882, m. Lissie Robi-
son 1905; George Sylvester b. March 2, 1886, m. Elfle Claw-
son 1911.

President of Morgan stake. Mayor of Morgan; member
first state legislature; president Black Hawk Coal Co.; pres-
ident Morgan County Commercial Club; president First
National bank of Morgan.



HELM, ABRAHAM (son of David Helm and Elizabeth Book-
man). Born Feb. 22, 1813, Cumberland county, Pa. Came
to Utah 1865, Moses Thurston company.

Married Mary Richards (daughter of Phillip Richards),
who was born July 21, 1812, in Germany and came to Utah
with husband. Their children; Joseph b. July, 1837, m.
Emma Smith; John b. April 1839, m. Emeline Verres;
Bartrum b. 1840, m. Emily Griffin; Samuel b. 1846, m. Eliza-
beth Gardner; Marshall b. 1847, m. Margaret Mitchell; An-
drew b. 1849, m. Rachel Mitchell; David b. 1866. died 1862;
Levl Phillip b. 1851, m. Viola J. Ward Jan. 6, 1886.

HELM, LEVI PHILLIP (son of Abraham Helm and Mary
Richards). Born Oct. 22, 1851, Sandusky Co., Ohio.

Married Viola J. Ward at Logan. Utah (daughter of James
F. and Louisa Ward; former d. ^869; latter 1866). She was
born July 21, 1866. Their children: Seth Ward b. Feb 1,
1887; Orion b. Sept. 24, 1890; lola Joy b. July 20. 1894-.

High priest; president 61st, and member 91st quorum sev-
enties; 1st counselor and president, in the San Luis stake,
Col. Member Utah legislature 1887. Farmer and stock-
raiser.






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HEMMING, WILLIAM (son of John Hemming, born 1805. at
Burford, and Sarah Embra. born Dec. 21, 1807, Hooknorton,
Oxfordshire. Eng.). He was born June 8, 1827, at Hook-
norton. Came to Utah Aug. 27, 1860, Daniel Robinson hand-
cart company.

Married Emma Sanford Aug. 31, 1851 (daughter of James
Sanford and Elizabeth Powell), who was born Sept. 26,
1829, Warwickshire, Eng. Their children: Fanny b. June 9,
1852, m. John Foomee 1868; Harriet b. June 6, 1854, and
William b. April 16, 1856, both d. infants; Emma Elizabeth
b. 1859, m. James T. Rich Dec. 27. 1877; Mary Ann b. Feb.
I, 1862, d. infant; Frederick William b. 1864, m. Olive Por-
ter Dec. 4, 1895; Sarah Jane b. Sept. 1866, m. Roswell S.
Stevens March 24, 1891; Alfred John b. Feb. 1, 1869. m. Adel-
gunda Grover March 24, 1891; Charlotte Matilda b. March 18,
1872, m. Aaron B. Cherry Nov. 28, 1894. Family home, Mor-
gan, Utah.

One of the first to push a handcart across the plains.
Settled in Weber Valley 1860, and has devoted the greater
portion of his life in actively developing the resources of
his adopted commonwealth. Patriarch. City councilman
two terms.

HEMMING, FREDERICK WILLIAM (son of William
Hemming and Emma Sanford). Born April 23, 1864, Mor-
gan, Utah.

Married Olive Porter Dec. 4, 1895, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of Lyman Wight Porter and Electa Maria Kilborn), who
was born March 20, 1870, Porterville, Utah. Their children:
Frederic C. b. 1896; Ella Maria b. 1897; James Sanford b.
1901; Jessie Mardell b. 1905.



HEMSLEY, RICHARD (son of Mr. Hemsley and Dinah
Fuller, Brighton, Sussex, Eng.). Born Oct. 20, 1801, at
Ditchling, Sussex. Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1866, Samuel H.
Hill company.

Married Sarah Potter 1835 (daughter of Henry Potter who
was married about 1798, Cookfield, Sussex, Eng.). She was
born Feb. 3, 1807. Their children: Richard b. May 25, 1836.
m. Christina Maria Jensen 1861; Edward b. April 22, 1839,
m. Meriam Slmmonds 1861; Eliza b. Dec. 24, 1841; Ellen b.
May 10, 1844, m. John Halford; Job b. Jan. 6, 1847, m. Eliza-
beth Kensett. Family home Sugar, Utah.

HEMSLET, RICHARD (son of Richard Hemsley and Sarah
Potter). Born May 25, 1836, Ditchling, Sussex, Eng. Emi-
grated to Utah 1856, handcart company.

Married Christina Maria Jensen 1861, at Mill Creek, Salt
Lake county (daughter of O. Christen Jensen and Annie
Headiwick, pioneers 1861, oxteam company). She was born
Aug. 18, 1842, Aryling-, Denmark, died June 27, 1867, San Pete
Co., Utah. Their children: Sarah Ann b. Nov. 27, 1862, m. Ste-
phen G. Candler Oct. 30, 1879; Richard b. Oct. 12, 1864, m.
Mary Ann Davies Feb. 16, 1887; James b. Feb. 23, 1866, m.
Anne Robinson June 1, 1896. Family home Mill creek, Utah.

Married Sarah Frances Heaton, who was born Feb. 2, 1846,
and died July 5, 1878. Their children: Mary Jane; Joseph
Hyrum; Christina Maria; George Edward; Francis Joseph.

Married Mary Roxbury. Their children: John; Ellen; Job;
Maggie; Edward; Hamilton.

Settled at Mill Creek 1857. Missionary to Dixie, 1865,
from where he was driven by Indians, returning to Mill
Creek. Moved to Egin Bench, Fremont Co., Idaho. Mem-
ber bishopric of Hiatt ward; presiding elder of Brighton
Branch for many years.

HEMSLEY, RICHARD (son of Richard Hemsley and Chris-
tina Maria Jensen). Born Oct. 12, 1864, Mill Creek, Utah.

Married Mary Ann Davies Feb. 16, 1887 (daughter of
John Thomas Davies and Ann Ellis, former came to Utah
Nov. 18, 1886, latter June 6, 1888 married March 7, 1864,
Pontypool. Wales). She was born Jan. 20, 1865, Pontypool,
South Wales, came to Utah 1883. Their children: Sarah Ann
b. Jan. 28, 1888, m. Herbert E. Perrenond April 11, 1906;
Richard John b. Feb. 23, 1889, m. Avilda H. Jackson May 12,
1907; Mabel Christena b. Sept. 25, 1890, m. Weber C. Weather-
ston Dec. 20, 1912; Emily May b. May 20, 1892, m. Albert R.
Heath Sept. 13, 1911; Clyde Davies b. Sept. 8, 1893; Agnes
Lepwretta b. March 15, 1895; James Jensen b. June 26, 1896;
Josephine Jane b. Nov. 8, 1897; Irene b. Jan. 27, 1899; Job b.
Feb. 20, 1901; Lila Berths b. Dec. 8, 1902; Mary Ellen b. Jan.
31, 1904; Myrtle Martha b. July 30, 1905; Frances Charlotte b.
Nov. 19, 1907. Family home Piano, Idaho.

Worked in brickyard at Salt Lake City 1879. Moved to
Piano, Idaho 1901, and was ordained 2d counselor to Bishop
Hyrum J. Lucas May 26, 1902; ordained 1st counselor to
Bishop Albert Heath May 26, 1903; bishop Piano ward July
30, 1905; missionary to Great Britain Jan. 28, 1908, return-
ing May IB, 1910. Bricklayer and contractor; merchant and
farmer.



HENDERSON, SAMUEL, NEWTON (son of James Henderson,
born Nov. 27, 1805. and Annie Harris, born 1812, both died
at Nauvoo, 111.). He was born April 18, 1838, in Crawford
county, Mo. Came to Utah Sept. 12, 1847.

Married Esther Dewhurst Jan. 11, 1869 (daughter of
James Dewhurst and Elizabeth Fielding), who was born
Feb. 17, 1847, Blackhaven, Lancashire, Eng., and died March
15, 1872, Randolph, Utah. Their child: Elizabeth Ann b.
April 12, 1870, d. April 13, 1883. Family home Randolph.
Utah.

Married Sarah Jane Pugmire May 16, 1877, Randolph, Utah
(daughter of Joseph Hyrum Pugmire, pioneer 1847, John
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Taylor company, and Eleanor Craten, pioneer with a hand-
cart company). She was born April 18, 1858. Their chil-
dren: Samuel Henry b. Feb. 23, 1878, m. Isabel Sims June
16, 1904; Esther Eleanor b. April 23, 1880, m. John Thomson
Barker Sept. 18, 1902; Florence Celeste b. Aug. 20, 1883, m.
Riley Day, Jan. 20. 1905; Mary Maud b. Aug. 20. 1885, m. Joel
Melvin Schenck June 22, 1904; James b. Oct. 10, 1887, d.
Oct. 13, 1903; Jasper b. Jan. 14, 1889, m. Nancy Alice Barker
Oct. 22, 1909; Annie Adelia b. Feb. 25, 1890, d. Sept. 12, 1901;
Harriet Lilian b. April 2, 1892, m. Ole Mattson, Nov. 29, 1910-
Martin b. March 10, 1895; Clfford Newton b. June 8, 1897;
Nancy Josephine b. Nov. 25, 1899; George Allen b. June 30,
1902; Ira Pugmire b. Oct. 15, 1904. Family home Laketown,
Utah.

Settled at Mill Creek 1848. Major in Utah militia 1856;
veteran Black Hawk war. Moved to Randolph, Utah, 1870,
and to Laketown 1880. Member 61st quorum seventies.
Sheriff Rich county two terms; constable of Randolph one
term. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah. Took an
active part in Echo Canyon campaign.



HENDRICKS, JAMES (son of Abraham Hendricks and Char-
lotte Hinton). Born June 1808 Franklin, Ky. Came to Utah
1847, Jedediah M. Grant company.

Married Drusilla Dorris 1825 (daughter of William Dorris
and Catherine Frost), who was born Feb. 8, 1810. Their
children: Elizabeth Mahala; William Dorris; Catherine Tab-
itha; Rebecca; Joseph Smith. Family home Salt Lake City.

Married Hannah Riggs.

Bishop of 19th ward Salt Lake City 1850-67. Justice of
peace in Salt Lake City. Moved to Richmond 1860. Badly
wounded in battle of Crooked River in Missouri, Oct. 25,
1838. Died July 8, 1870, Richmond, Utah.

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM DORRIS (son of James Hendricks
and Drusilla Dorris). Born Nov. 6, 1829, Franklin, Ky.
Came to Utah 1847, Mormon battalion.

Married Mary Jane Andrus March 12, 1861, at Salt Lake
City, Brigham Young officiating (daughter of Milo Andrus
and Abigail Jane Daley of New York, pioneers 1848, Heber C.
Kimball company). She was born Nov. 16, 1833. Their
children: Mary Jane, m. A. B. Harrison; Drusilla, m. I. K.
Hillman; Brigham Andrus, m. Mary R. Stoddard; William
Henry, m. Emma Traveler; Charlotte, m. William Under-
wood; Milo Andrus, m. Adeline Harris; Elizabeth, m. N. R.
Lewis; Hildah Hannah, m. Andrew Morrison; Chloe, m. C. E.
Merrill; George Gideon, m. Susa Eldridge. Family home
Richmond, Utah.

President Oneida stake; bishop, of Richmond ward; patri-
arch in Benson stake. Mayor of Richmond. Farmer; rail-
road contractor; banker. Died May 6, 1909, Lewiston, Utah.

HENDRICKS. JOSEPH SMITH (son of James Hendricks and,
Drusilla Dorris).. Born March 23, 1838, Far West, Caldwell
county, Mo.

Married Sariah Pew Tibbetts Jan. 4, 1867, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John H. and Caroline Tibbetts, pioneers on
July 24, 1847, and in 1848, respectively). She was born Aug.
11, 1833. Their children: Drusilla; Fidelia; Joseph; Eliza-
beth; Inez. Family resided Salt Lake City and Richmond,
Utah.

Married Lucinda Bess 1866, Salt Lake City. She was born
In New York state. Their children: Juel Josiah; Laura;
William D.; John Henry; Lola; Lorinda; Asa; Hyrum. Fam-
ily resided Oxford, and Marysville, Idaho, and Lewiston,
Utah.

Member Oneida stake high council. Moved to Oxford,
Idaho 1876, from whence he went to Marysville, Idaho,
where he served 16 years in the bishopric.

HENDRICKS, BRIGHAM ANDRUS (son of William Dorris
Hendricks and Mary Jane Andrus). Born Nov. 27, 1857, at
Salt Lake City.

Married Mary Rebecca Stoddard Jan. 13, 1881, at Salt Lake
City (daughter of Charles Henry Stoddard and Anna Telford
of Bountiful, Utah, pioneers 1851, Harry Walton company).
She was born May 1, 1862. Their children: George B. b.
Nov. 25, 1881, m. Caroline A. McAlister; Mary Lalene b. Aug.
24, 1885; Odessie Lapreal b. June 3, 1889; Nellie b. Oct. 22,
1890, m. Ralph Bernhisel; Brigham Victor b. June 30, 1895;
Charles Durrell b. Nov. 17, 1899. Family home Lewiston,
Utah.

Member 70th quorum Seventies; missionary to Southern
states 1886-87, to Northwestern states 1897-98, and to
South Africa 1909-11; counselor in presidency of Benson
stake. County commissioner; school trustee at Lewiston;
member Utah legislature. Farmer and stockraiser.

HENDRICKS, GEORGE B. (son of Brigham Andrus
Hendricks and Mary Rebecca Stoddard). Born Nov. 25, 1881,
at Lewiston, Utah.

Married Caroline Armeda McAlister June 6, 1912, at Salt
Lake City (daughter of John A. McAlister and Clarissa Snow
of Logan, Utah). She was born March 17, 1887. Family
home Logan, Utah.

Member elders' quorum. Member faculty of Utah Agricul-
tural College. Professor.



HENDRICKSON, JOHN A. (son of Andreas M. Hendrickson,
born 1821, and Maren Andrea Olsen, born May 3, 1823, both
of Fredrikstad, Norway). He was born Aug. 19, 1860, Fred-
rikstad, Norway. Came to Utah 1863, oxteam company.



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PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



Married Mary D. Lloyd Jan. 1, 1885 (daughter of Thomas
Lloyd and Susanna Stone, pioneers 1865 and 1856, respec-
tively). She was born Oct. 16, 1866, Wellsville, Utah. Their
children: Mary Irene b. March 25, 1891; Dorothy b. Nov. 6,
1907. Family home Logan, Utah.

Missionary to Norway and England 1887-89; and in 1904.
Opened knitting industry in the state in 1890. Organized
College Pure Food company, manufacturers of Koffee-et and
other cereals, 1908; also Farmers' and Merchants' savings
bank of Logan, which began business March 26, 1913.



HENEFER, JAMES. Born 1820, in Staffordshire, England.
Came to Utah 1853.

Married Sarah Hulks Aug. 30, 1846, in England, who was
born Nov. 25, 1823, and came to Utah with husband. Their
children: Lehi; Charlotte; Phoebe: Sarah Ann; James E.;
William T.; Mary; Jane; Elizabeth; Rachel; Rebecca Ann;
Edward Richard.

High priest. Blacksmith. Died August 1898, at Henefer,
Utah.

HENEFER, LEHI (son of James Henefer and Sarah Hulks).
Born July 5, 1847, Staffordshire, Eng. Came to Utah 1853.

Married Margaret Bond Jan. 15, 1868, at Henefer (daugh-
ter of William Bond and Mary Ann Barker of Boston, Mass.,
pioneers 1857). She was born July 5, 1847. Their children:
Margaret Ann b. Oct. 26, 1869; Sarah Jane b. May 25, 1870;
May Emma b. Aug. 7, 1872; Lehi Alma b. May 30, 1874;
Hannah B. b. Aug. 25, 1876; James William b. Feb. 3, 1879.

Married Mary Ann Randall Jan. 6, 1881 (daughter of
Henry Randall and Susannah Jones), who was born July 23,
1862. Their children: Heber C. b. Sept. 23, 1882; Mary May b.
March 24. 1885; Theodore b. June 15, 1888; Irvin b. Feb. 11,
1892; Marcus b. March 31, 1894.

Elder. School trustee; constable. Drove an oxteam across
the plains in 1867. Helped to build roads and bridges in
Henefer. Member Canal board. Farmer.



:. WIIXIAM. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham
Young company.

Married Myra Mayall. Their children: Daniel, m. Amanda
Bradley and Susan Brown; James, m. Lorana Hatch, m.
Christena Skow, m. Augusta Skow; Joseph, m. Susan Leslie,
m. Susan Duncan; Margaret, m. Moses Dailey; Samuel, m.
Isabell Ellis. Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Millwright. Died at Bountiful, Utah.

HENRIE, DANIEL (son of William Henrie and Myra May-
all). Born Nov. 15, 1824, in Hamilton county, Ohio. Came
to Utah 1848, with part of Mormon Battalion.

Married Amanda Bradley Oct. 29, 1849, Salt Lake City
(daughter of George W. Bradley and Elizabeth Betsy
Kroll). She was born Jan. 15, 1829. Their children: Mary
Amanda b. Sept. 4, 1850, m. Ezra K. Funk; Myra Elizabeth
b. Jan. 28, 1852, m. John Olsen; Susan Lucretia b. April 29,
1853, m. Byron Cox; Daniel Jr. b. Dec. 24, 1854, m. Elzina
Stringham; Diantha b. Nov. 4, 1856, m. William Stringham:
James b. Jan. 25, 1858, m. Hannah Snow; Jerome B. b. Nov.
25, 1859, m. Mary C. Westenskow; William b. Oct. 12, 1861,
m. Hannah Westenskow; Malinda b. Nov. 16, 1863, m. Wil-
liam Killpack; Margaret E. b. Oct. 1866, m. Alma Johnson;
Luna A. b. Sept. 13, 1869; Jefferson b. Nov. 1872; Jedediah
G. b. Nov. 1874, and Loran b. Nov. 1876, last three died In-
fants. Family home Bountiful, Utah.

Married Susan Coleman at Salt Lake City. Their chil-
dren: Margaret, d. infant; Joseph T., m. Mary Sorensen;
Rachel, m. Charles Patten; Arthur, m. Mary Jorgensen;
Maud, d. infant; Samuel, m. Hannah Boyington; Elizabeth,
m. Ed Reid; Cora, m. Frank Maylet; Ellis; Ethel, died.
Family home Manti, Utah.

President 48th quorum seventies 35 years. Captain
minutemen in Black Hawk Indian war. Mayor and marshal
of Manti; road supervisor at Manti. Butcher, farmer and
etockraiser.

HENRIE, DANIEL, JR. (son of Daniel Henrie and Amanda
Bradley). Born Dec. 29, 1854, Manti, Utah.

Married Zina Stringham Jan. 17, 1875. Manti. Utah (daugh-
ter of William Stringham and Eliza Lake of Salt Lake City,
Provo and Manti, TItah; pioneers 1855). She was born Nov.
B, 1857. Their children: May Franrelle b. Oct. 19, 1875, m.
Smith Herring; Daniel Eugene b. Jan. 16, 1878. m. Hattie
Thomas; Rosslynn b. May 25. 1880, d. Infant; Lila b. Aug.
15, 1882, m. John Bohlenn; Roscoe b. July 2, 1885, d. aged
6; William Herbert b. Dec. 20, 1887; Zina b. April 28, 1890,
m. John LeRoy Bell; Maryetta b. Oct. 7. 1892; LeGrande b.
April 26, 1895; Ada Ray b. Oct. 13, 1900. Family home
Manti and Ferron, Utah.

Ward teacher. Farmer and stockraiser.



HENRIOD, EUGENE A. (son of Jean Louis Henry Henrlod,
born Nov. B. 1802, Boussens, Canton de Vaud. Switzerland,
and Domitile de Ligne, born March 18, 1798, Brest, France
married Nov. 25, 1826). He was born March 9, 1833, Havre
de Grace, France. Came to Utah Oct. 6, 1853, Cyrus H.
Wheelock company.

Married Mary T. Mallett Nov. B, 1854 (daughter of Henry
Mallett born at Starcross, Devonshire, and Mary Brima-
combe born at Oldsworthy, Devonshire). She was born
June 11. 1828; came to Utah in 1853. Their children: Eugene
Henry b. Aug. 12, 1855, m. Rachel Conder Jan. 16, 1880;
William b. July 4, 1857. m. Emma Conder Nov. 3. 1877; Mary
Henrietta b. May 12, 1859, m. Don M. Bigler Jan. 16, 1880;



Helen b. Jan. 10, 1861, m David C. Adamson Jan. 12, 1882;
Edward b. July 1, 1864, d. infant; Frederic Augustus b. Sept.
29, 1865, m. Lena Greenwood June 4, 1900; Thomas b. Sept.
8, 1867, d. infant; Emily Mallett b. Nov. 23, 1869, m. Thomas
J. Chipman Nov. 28. 1888. Family resided at Salt Lake City
and American Fork, Utah.

Settled at Salt Lake City 1853; moved to American Fork
1855. Captain of Home Guards 1856-57. Missionary to
France 1860. Assisted in bringing immigrants to Utah 1860.
Assisted in organizing the first Free school in Utah 1865,
and was its first teacher. City recorder 1882-86. Member
Nauvoo Legion and captain of Company B in Colonel
Washburn Chipman's regiment. Notary public 1882-90.
County surveyor one term and deputy county surveyor two
terms.



HENRY, 'WILLIAM CALVIN (son of James Henry of Rhode
Island and Huldah Menerva Murray of Connecticut. They
lived at Cambria, Niagara county, N. Y.). He was born June
16. 1827 at Cambria, N. Y. Came to Utah in 1854.

Married Priscilla Barnum in 1850 at Pontiac, Oakland
county, Mich. They came to Utah in the fall of 1853. She
was born in 1834. Their children: James Barnum b. June
30, 1851, m. Mary Frances Brown; Lauretta Ann b. April 25,
1854, m. Alma L. Johnstun.

Married Agnes Taylor in the fall of 1862, In the Salt Lake
Endowment house. (She was the daughter of John Taylor
and Agnes Robinson of Glasgow, Scot, and came to Utah Sept.
24, 1862, Homer Duncan company). She was born April 18,
1837. Their children: Chas. Thos. b. July 4, 1863, died; Sarah
Lois, m. Heber J. Campbell; Calvin DeLos and William Alex-
ander, died; John Mearl, m. Ada Beebe; Rhoda Melissa,
Hulda Ann, Agnes Minerva and Mary Priscilla, died; Celia
Jane b. Aug. 31, 1879, m. John W. Hicks. Families resided
Heber City, Utah.

Located in Cottonwood in 1855, went to Heber City, 1869;
to Lyderville in 1874, and to Ashley Valley 1879. In all
these places he was a pioneer and helped in the first work
to open up the country.

HENRY, JAMES BARNHAM (son of William Calvin Henry
and Priscilla Barnum). Born June 30, 1851, at Pontiac, Mich.



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