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1906; William b. Dec. 4, 1881, m. Pearl L. Porter Nov. 20,
1907; Elinor b. Sept. 6, 1883, m. Benjamin Gunn Nov. 20,
1907; Edmund C. b. May 12, 1886, m. Lottie N. Fulkerson
Oct. 19, 1907; Raymond b. June 14, 1889, m. Lois Porter
March 15, 1911; Lois b. Jan. 27, 1893; Clarice b. May 25,
1895; Ralph M. b. Jan. 1, 1900. Family home Castle Rock,
Utah.

Presiding elder of Castle Rock; bishop of same place;
assistant Sunday school superintendent at Coalville. Town
trustee; city councilman. Rancher and stockraiser.



REES, WATKIN (son of Thomas Rees. born Sept. 1, 1807,
and Mary Jones, born Sept. 10, 1808, both of Merthyr Tydfll,
Wales married 1829). He was born Jan. 23, 1830, at Mer-
thyr Tydfll. Came to Utah Oct. 5, 1854, Daniel Garn com-
pany.

Married Jane Williams Dec. 25, 1852 (daughter of John
Williams and Elizabeth Davies, married about 1829, Dowlais,
Glamorganshire, Wales, and died there). She was born April
23, 1836, and came to Utah with husband. Their children:
Alice b. Nov. 15, 1853, d. child; Elizabeth b. Nov. 24, 1855,
m. Henry Emerson 1874; John W. b. Nov. 20, 1856, d. Oct.
23, 1874; Thomas Henry b. Dec. 9, 1860, m. Anna Rees Jan. 1,
1882; Watkin William b. May 22, 1863, m. Izabel Smith 1885;
Jacob b. Oct. 17, 1865, m. Grace Williams 1887; Rees Hyrum
b. March 9, 1868, m. Frances Young Nov. 1899; Matthew
David b. May 18, 1870; Jane Griffith (adopted) b. Jan. 12,
1873, m. Jacob Timer 1900; Edwin b. July 12, 1873, m. Mary
Elizabeth Lymb 1899; Willard Arthur b. Jan. 27, 1876, m.
Elizabeth Pearce 1899. Family resided Fillmore, Cedar,
Beaver, Minersville, Greenville and Adamsville, Utah.

High priest; counselor in bishopric of Adamsville ward
1876-99; missionary. Justice of peace at Adamsville; school
trustee 1890-99.



REESE, ENOCH (son of John Reese and Susanna Owen of
Montgomeryshire, Wales). Born May 26, 1813, Whitestown,
N. Y. Came to Utah 1849.

Married Hannah Harvey Sept. 5, 1843, Buffalo, N. Y. Their
children: Enoch M. b. July 14, 1844, m. Zina D. Eldredge;
David b. Aug. 27, 1846, James H. b. Aug. 11, 1848, Hannah
A. b. Aug. 16, 1851, latter three died; Isaac G. b. Feb. 13,
1866, d. May 16, 1912.

Married Sarah E. McKinley June 22, 1850, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John McKinley and Elizabeth Dixon of Sack-
vllle, N. B., pioneers 1849, Ezra T. Benson company). She
was born March 10, 1831, and came to Utah 1849. Their chil-
dren: John H. b. April 18, 1851, m. Frances E. Fox, m.
Eleanor Edler; Enoch L. b. July 9, 1856, d. Feb. 25, 1911, m.
Mary Ellen Knowlton.

Married Anne Dunlap April 18, 1856, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Joseph and Alice Dunlap of Ireland, latter pio-
neer 1849, Ezra T. Benson company). She was born Nov. 26,
1822. Their children: Ruth Amelia b. Sept. 27, 1857, and
Alice, died; Mary Ellen b. Dec. 5, 1859, m. Edward Loven-
dahl.

Married Amy Whiteman (daughter of Charles Whiteman
and Mary Dixon of Kirtland, Ohio, pioneers 1860). Their
children: Alma, died; Charles W. b. April 8, 1869, m. Lily
Christenson; Estella b. April 14, 1871, died; Joseph W. b.
May 10, 1873.

Presided over a branch of the church at Buffalo, N. Y.,
for about a year; missionary to Europe, going with the
memorable handcart company of missionaries from Salt
Lake to the Missouri river. Built the first saw and grist
mills in Carson Valley (Utah), Nev. Pioneer merchant of
Utah, and one df the first business men in the West. Repre-
sented Carson county (Utah) in the state legislature of
1856. The oil and lamp store which he conducted on West
First South street is among the well remembered old land-
marks. For a number of years he was a member of both
the territorial legislature and the city council of Salt Lake
City. His business integrity and character were of the
highest standard. Died July 20, 1876, Salt Lake City.

REESE, ENOCH MORONI (son of Enoch Reese and Han-
nah Harvey). Born July 14, 1844, Nauvoo, 111. Came to
Utah 1852.

Married Zina D. Eldredge Dec. 29, 1870, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Horace S. Eldredge and Betsey Ann Chase,
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Jan. 17, 1853, Salt Lake City. Their children: Enoch
Moroni b. Sept. 23, 1871, m. Rachel Davis; Isaac W. b. Dec.
29, 1874, m. Dora Crockwell; Chase Harvey b. Aug. 14, 1877,
d. aged 13 months; Nora b. Sept. 13, 1881; Luna and Leona
b. July 3, 1884 (twins), d. infants; Myrtle Edna b. June 28,
1885; Zina b. July 21, 1890. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Virginia one year. Pioneer to Carson Val-
ley, Nev. Freighter; contractor; stockraiser.

REESE, JOHN H. (son of Enoch Reese and Sarah E. Mc-
Kinley). Born April 18, 1851, Salt Lake City.

Married Frances E. Fox Jan. 3, 1875, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Jesse W. Fox and Eliza Gibbs of Salt Lake
City, pioneers 1848). She was born 1856. Their children:
John Roy b. Nov. 13, 1875, died; Enoch William b. Nov. 13,
1879, m. Ruth A. Dalquist.

Married Eleanor Edler Dec. 31, 1889, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Carl Edler and Mary Jensen of Tooele, Utah,
pioneers 1866). She was born 1869. Their children: Sarah
E. b. Oct. 19, 1890; Clarence E. b. Dec. 27, 1891; Carl E. b.
Dec. 16, 1893; first three died; Margaret E. b. April 29, 1897;
Francis E. b. Nov. 26, 1898, died; John Heber b. April 27,
1905; Richard E. b. Aug. 15, 1912.

In early life followed freighting to Idaho, Montana and
Nevada. Began civil engineering 1879, which occupation
he followed for 10 years on the Utah Central and other
southern Utah railroads. In 1882 began railroad contract-
Ing and canal building; built railroads in Spanish Fork
Canyon, Colorado and southern Utah; also canal for Cara-
boo Mining Company, and the Lucerne irrigation canal be-
tween Utah and Wyoming. Built the first macadamized
wagon road In Utah at Fort Douglas, and has followed con-
tracting and mining until the present time.

REESE, CHARLES W. (son of Enoch Reese and Amy White-
man). Born April 8, 1869, Payson, Utah.

Married Lillian G. Christensen Nov. 20, 1901, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Peter Christensen of Denmark and Annie
M. Dunsdon of England, pioneers). She was born Aug. 31,
1879. Their children: Estella L. b. May 28, 1903; Wyma M.
b. Nov. 11, 1904; Charles Wayne b. March 8, 1907; Kenneth
D. b. July 13, 1911; Ruth E. b. Jan. 6, 1913. Family home,
Salt Lake City.

High priest; bishop's counselor; missionary to eastern
states. Surveyor Juab county four years. Miningman; real
estate dealer.



Ada Adelaide b. Jan. 17, 1879, m. Julius K. Thompson; David
Oscar b. Sept. 1, 1880. Family resided Mt. Carmel and
Oasis, Utah.

Died July 22, 1910.



REID, JOHN P. (son of John Reid and Fanny White of
Belfast, Ireland). Born Feb. 25, 1825, in County Down.
Came to Utah 1871, family follow 1872.

Married Margaret Kirkwood Oct. 10, 1844, in Ireland
(daughter of Edward and Mary Kirkwood of Ireland). She
was born March 14, 1826. Their children: Edward, died;
William K., m. Jane Leathern; John Kirkwood, m. Elizabeth
Jackson Jan. 5, 1869; Eliza, m. Hugh Smith; Margaret, m.
Hugh Sloan; Alexander, m. Ann Macky; Agnes, m. James
Tooth; Lucy S., m. George Peacock, m. Alexander Tennent;
Robert, m. Mae Leathern; Sarah, m. H. G. Folsom; Thomas,
died. Family home Belfast, Ireland.

Elder. Farmer and gardener.

REID, JOHN KIRKWOOD (son of John P. Reid and Marga-
ret Kirkwood). Born Dec. 22, 1850, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Came to Utah Sept. 27, 1862, John R. Murdock company,
accompanying his uncle, William L. Reid and family.

Married Elizabeth Jackson Jan. 5, 1869. Payson, Utah
(daughter of Thomas Jackson and Alice Crompton of Man-
chester, Eng., pioneers August, 1856, Captain Groesbeck
company). She was born Jan. 17, 1851. Their children:
Margaret b. March 2, 1870, m. Ben F. Jewkes; John Thomas
b. April 6, 1871, m. Edna Niel; Alice b. July 14, 1872; Eliza-
beth b. Nov. 9, 1873, died; Edward J. b. June 23, 1875, m.
Clara J. Gentry; Minnie b. Dec. 31, 1876, m. Jesse D. Jewkes;
Milly May b. May 7, 1878, m. Qulmby Lamplaugh; Eliza Jane
b. Feb. 6, 1880, m. O. M. English; William J. b. Dec. 14, 1881,
m. Olive Gentry; Robert b. Aug. 5, 1884, m. Cora Stutt; Lucy
b. April 1, 1886, died; Joseph Royal b. July 16, 1888, died;
Alexander Terrance b. Nov. 29, 1890, m. Kate Fox; Clalr-
mont J. b. May 4, 1892; Rhea b. May 6, 1894, m. Bryant A.
Moffltt.

High priest; bishop's counselor Orangeville, Emery Co.,
Utah, 11 years. Justice of peace six years; first treasurer;
postmaster 11 years; notary public; admitted to the bar of
the Seventh judicial district court 1896; prosecuting attor-
ney Emery county nine years. First settler Castle Dale, nee
Orangeville, and originated the name of Castle Dale Novem-
ber, 1878. Pioneer of Emery county 1878.



REID, JOHN WHIRK (son of George Reid and Elizabeth
Whlrk). Born July 12, 1831, Wigtown, Scotland. Came to
Utah Oct. 26, 1864, William Hyde company.

Married Agnes Western April 24, 1865 (daughter of Sam-
uel Western and Ann Wlnsborough, married April 9, 1836,
at Tlverton, Devonshire, Eng.). She was born May 30, 1841,
and came to Utah Nov. 2, 1864, Warren S. Snow company.
Their children: George b. Feb. 11, 1866, d. same day; Ann
Marie b. Jan. 27, 1867, d. Feb. 14, 1869; John William b. Jan.
14. 1869, m. Phoebe Debora Black; Agnes Emma b. Jan. 4,
1871, m. George Davis; Elizabeth Ann b. Dec. 29, 1873, m.
James F. Thompson; Samuel Western b. May 6, 1875, d.
July 11, 1885; Mary Jane b. May 6, 1875, m. Samuel George
Dye; Thomas George b. April 30, 1877, m. Edith M. Haynes;



REID, PETER (son of Peter Reid and Annie Campbell of
Argyleshire, South End parish, Scotland). Born Aug. 14,
1826, South End parish. Came to Utah Oct. 24, 1855, Milo
Andrus company.

Married Diana Davidson July 22, 1856, Salt Lake City,
Thomas Bullock performing ceremony (daughter of James
Davidson and Margaret Armstrong, pioneers 1866). She was
born Dec. 22, 1832. Their children: Peter J. b. May 30,
1857, m. Janet Alice Spencer; David, m. Mary Rockwell;
Alfred C., m. Eliza Jacobs; George A., m. Eliza Garrick;
Walter S., m. Jane Edith Spencer; Helen M., m. Archibald
S. Geddes. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Senior president 24th quorum seventies; missionary to
England 1878-80; Sunday school superintendent. Captain
in state militia; master carbuilder for Union Pacific R. R.
Carpenter; contractor and builder; stage carpenter Salt Lake
Theatre for 25 years. Died April, 1902.

REID, PETER J. (son of Peter Reid and Diana Davidson).
Born May 30, 1857, Salt Lake City.

Married Janet Alice Spencer Dec. 29, 1879, at Pleasant
Green, Bishop Kessler performing ceremony (daughter of
Hiram Theron Spencer of Nauvoo, 111., and Mary B. Young
of Scotland, pioneers, former came 1847, latter 1848). She
was born March 28. 1860. Their children: Mary Diana
(adopted) b. Oct. 21. 1880, m. Ernest C. Sutton; Ray S. b. July
1, 1882, d. infant; Scott S. (adopted) b. Jan. 21, 1883, d. 1900.
Family home Pleasant Green, Utah.

Deacon. Deputy sheriff and assessor of Nye county, Nev.,
two years; postmaster at Fish Springs five years. Miner;
farmer; stockraiser.

REID, WALTER S. (son of Peter Reid and Diana Davidson).
Born Oct. 17, 1866, Salt Lake City.

Married Jane Edith Spencer May 25, 1893, Pleasant Green,
Utah, by Bishop Spencer (daughter ef Hiram Theron Spen-
cer of Nauvoo, 111., and Mary B. Young of Scotland; former
came to Utah 1847, latter 1848). Their children: Walter
Spencer b. July 15, 1894; Glen W. b. July 1, 1896; Merl Y. b.
Aug. 24, 1898; Diana b. Nov. 19. 1900; Edith b. Aug. 6, 1993.
Family home Pleasant Green, Utah.

Postmaster and mining recorder of Fish Springs mining
district five years; deputy statistician of Juab county one
year; deputy assessor Salt Lake county two years; deputy
sheriff Salt Lake county four years; road supervisor Salt
Lake county 10 years. Farmer.



REID, WILLIAM TAYLOR (son of John Reid and Fanny
White of Ireland). Born July 21, 1830, at County Down,
Ireland. Came to Utah September, 1862, John Murdock com-
pany.

Married Jane McEwan of Scotland (daughter of Henry
McEwan and Jane Thompson, Edinburgh, Scotland). Their
children: John, m. Isabella Wllklns; Jane, m. E. H. Cox;
Henry McEwan, m. Harriet L. Cox; Francis, died; Fanny,
died; William Francis, m. Diantha Lowary; Eliza, m. Steven
Vorhees; Edward E., m. Izenna Anderson. Family home
Manti, Utah.

Married Adelaide Cox, Salt Lake City (daughter of Fred-
rick Walter Cox and Jemima Losee), who was born Aug. 28,
1848. Their children: Clair William, m. Miss Lowry; Edgar,
m. Miss Farrenworth; Alice, m. Doctor Bird.

Bishop. County clerk, Manti; county superintendent of
schools for several years. Farmer; stockraiser. Dead.

REID. HENRY McEWAN (son of William Taylor Reid and
Jane McEwan). Born Dec. 18, 1853, at Edinburgh, Scotland.
Came to Utah Sept. 27, 1862, John Murdock company.

Married Harriet Lenora Cox Jan. 31, 1876, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Fredrick W. Cox and Emlllne Whiting of New
York state). She was born Feb. 6, 1855. Their children:
Henry McEwan b. Oct. 24, 1876, died; Howard Marion b. Jan.
14, 1879, m. Celia Jenson; Ernest Edward b. April 29, 1881,
m. Nettie Huntington; Fredrick Walter, b. Oct. 10, 1883, m.
May Poulsen; Jane b. Sept. 9, 1886, m. Lincoln Grant Kelly;
William Taylor b. Sept. 22, 1890; Jessie b. Nov. 15, 1893;
Lanora b. Dec. 2, 1896. Family home Orangeville, Utah.

Missionary to Ireland 1886-88; bishop for six years; teacher
of ward for 20 years; town clerk for six years; member
school board for six years. Farmer.



REISER, HENRY (son of Henry Reiser and Susannah Otti-
ker, both of Fischenthal, Canton Zurich, Switzerland). Born
July 29, 1832, at Fischenthal, Canton Zurich. Came to Utah
Oct. 5, 1860, William Budge company.

Married Susannah Rupp June 14, 1856, Canton Bern,
Switzerland. She was born Aug. 10, 1834, at Slgrisweil,
Canton Bern, and died Jan. 1, 1874, Salt Lake City.

Married Magdalena Schneider May 9, 1861, Salt Lake City.
She was born Nov. 27, 1836, Almendingen, Canton Bern,
Switzerland, and died Aug. 3, 1893. Their children: Joseph-
ine Johanna b. Jan. 8, 1866, m. Daniel Mclntosh; Albert
Schneider b. March 1, 1871, m. Nellie Hamer; Mary Magda-
lena b. Nov. 20. 1875, m. John Gallacher.

Married Catherine Auer Feb. 16, 1866, Salt Lake City. She
was born July 19, 1850, Sennwald, Switzerland. Their chil-



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dren: Henry Alma b. Oct. 6, 1872; Sidonla b. April 3, 1876,
d. May 6, 1900, m. Edwin Halverson; Arnold b. July 6, 1876,
m. Hazel Rawlins; Theodore George b. Dec. 17, 1877, m.
Ellen Forsieth; Paul David b. March 24, 1883, m. Nellie
Jacobson; Selina May b. Aug. 11, 1886, m. William Ormond.

Married Margaret Von Bergen July 26, 1875, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Johannes Von Bergen, born July 15, 1815,
died Dec. 8, 1898, Schattenhalb, Switzerland, and Barbara
Kleck, born Nov. 1, 1818, at Thaingen, Switzerland, died Dec.
29, 1894, Unterstock, Switzerland). She was born Jan. 11.
1852, Meiringen, Switzerland, and came to Utah July 8, 1875.
Their children: Alice b. Sept. 12, 1876, m. Burgess Miller;
Susette b. June 16, 1878, m. George Leslie; Olga Isabel b.
Feb. 6, 1882; Cora Adeline b. April 4, 1884; Lily Josephine
b. Aug. 2, 1888; Marguerite N. b. Aug. 6, 1890, m. Howard
Paskett; Ruby Pearl b. Feb. 12, 1894. Family home, Salt
Lake City.

Member 2d quorum seventies. Died Aug. 29, 1904.

REISER, ALBERT S. (son of Henry Reiser and Magdalena
Schneider). Born March 1, 1871, Salt Lake City.

Married Nancy Ellen (Nellie) Hamer Feb. 20, 1895, Salt
Lake City, John R. Winder officiating (daughter of Samuel
Hamer and Sarah Openshaw of Salt Lake City, former pio-
neer October, 1851). She was born Aug. 20, 1871. Their chil-
dren: Ellen Magdalena b. Nov. 23, 1895; Albert Hamer b.
Aug. 31, 1897; Ruth b. Dec. 17, 1900; Evelyn b. Jan. 16, 1902;
Henry Hamer b. Nov. 9, 1904; Sarah Geneva b. Sept. 14,
1906; Naomi b. April 12, 1909; Orsen Franklin b. March 15,
1911. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Member 100th quorum seventies; missionary to Switzer-
land 1887-90; high priest. City auditor four years; deputy
recorder two years; general delivery clerk at Salt Lake City
postofflce four years. Jeweler. Died July 9, 1911.



REMINGTON, JEROME] NAPOLEON (son of Joseph Reming-
ton, born 1780, and Sallie Fuller, born May 15, 1791, White
Hall, Md., both of Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Council Bluffs,
Iowa). He was born Feb. 27, 1819, New York State. Came
to Utah 1850.

Married Lydia Ripley Chamberlain Badger Jan. 22, 1848,
Council Bluffs, Iowa (daughter of John Badger of Vermont,
and Lydia Chamberlain, born March 16, 1831, of Nauvoo, 111.,
pioneers 1851). She was born March 16, 1831, died May 9,
1906. Their children: Ernest, died; Lydia Eugenia, m. Jerome
Marrill; Jerome Eugene, m. Elizabeth Sarah Jackson; Har-
liette Amelia, m. Porter William Merrell; Rodney Badger, m.
Eliza Oldham; Helen Marie, m. Frank Davenport; Joseph
Fuller, m. Amanda Rasmussen; Nancy Roxana, m. Chris-
topher Iverson; Marion Vilate, m. George Leonard Goodrich;
John Bradley, d. infant; Phoeba, died; Violet, died; Laura
Ellen, died. Family resided Salt Lake City and Paradise,
Utah.

Settled at Paradise 1860, where he assisted in the develop-
ing- of the country. Took part in Echo Canyon trouble.
Seventy. Died Dec. 10, 1877, Paradise.



i: i:\nrm;, CHARLES JENSEN (son of Jens Sorensen and
Mary Ann Larsen of Eling, Hjorrlng, Denmark). Born
July 6, 1839, Eling, Denmark. Came to Utah 1855.

Married Maren Jensen, in mid-Atlantic (daughter of Jens
Neilsen and Johane Kjerstine of Roaberg, Hjorring amt,
Denmark). She was born Aug. 23, 1843. Their children:
Charles Jensen, m. Christina Gunderson; Jennie Jensen, m.
James P. Gunderson; Joseph Jensen, m. Margaret Bristol.
Family home Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

High priest; missionary to Denmark. Black Hawk. Indian
war veteran, in which he was killed June 18, 1865, at Mt.
Pleasant, Utah. Farmer.

Maren Jensen (Renburg) married Soren Christensen Oct.
25, 1866, Salt Lake Endowment house. Their children:
Christina, m. Mr. Dalton; Soren, d. infant; Hyrum, m.
Millie Christensen; Eliza, Almy, Amos and Nephi, d. in
childhood; Hannah, m. James Garrett. Family home Mt.
Pleasant.



11EYNOLDS, GEORGE (son of George Reynolds and Julia
Ann Loutz of London, Eng.). Born Jan. 1, 1842, In Mary-
lobone, London, Eng. Came to Utah July 5, 1865, Indepen-
dent company.

Married Mary Ann Tuddenham In 1865, Salt Lake City
Endowment house (daughter of John Tuddenham and Mary
Anne Pumble of London, Eng., pioneers 1864). She was
born Sept. 9, 1846. Their children: George, died; Amelia
Emily, m. Charles T. Martin; Alice L.; Annie T., m. George
Donaldson; Julia, died; Elinor Elizabeth, m. William
Harmer; John L., m. Belva Fisher; Harold G., m. Millie
Howarth; Heber T., died; Herbert B., died. Family home,
343 Wall St., Salt Lake City.

Married Amelia Schofleld Aug. 3, 1874, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Schofleld and Suzana Hewett of Man-
chester, Eng.). She was born December 1853. Their chil-
dren: Sidney S., m. Maude Davis; Alberta Russel, m. John
Russel; May, m. Charles Wilfington; Charlie, died; George,
m. Elinor Jenson; Carl Wilford, m. Eva Pyper; Nephi, m.
Bertha Hardy; Ethel, m. Joseph F. Smith Jr.; Josephine
Broford; Gertrude.

Married Mary Goold In 1885. Salt Lake City (daughter of
John Goold and Elizabeth Merridlth of South Malin, pioneers
May 1885). She was born Sept. 16, 1859. Their children:



Geogia Anne, m. Frank Gibson; Philip C.; Gwenlyn; Rosalie
T.; Julia A.; George Gordan; Olanthe Reed; Clifford M.

Held many positions of honor in the church. Died Aug
11, 1909.

REYNOLDS, HAROLD G. (son of George Reynolds and Mary
Anne Tuddenham). Born Nov. 18, 1883, Salt Lake City.

Married Ann Amelia Howarth June 23, 1811, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Nephi Howarth and Amelia Price), who was
born Nov. 30, 1884. Only child: Elizabeth b. June 24, 1912.
Family home. Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Germany and England 1903-1906; member
of Deseret Sunday school union and secretary of missionary
committee. Engaged in clerical work; manager of hotel
Utah Souvenir Co.



REYNOLDS, LEV! HURT (son of James Burkley Reynolds
and Eliza Ann Lawrence of Maryland). Born Feb. 22 1831
I'ayette, Ind. Came to Utah 1851.

Married Hannah Johnson Sept. 4, 1853, Pleasant Grove,
Utah (daughter of William and Elizabeth Johnson of Lye
Worcestershire, Eng., who came to Utah 1850). She was
born Jan. 5, 1832. Their children: Hanna E., m. Don Carlos
Seely; Charlotte L., m. William H. Seely; Lev! B., m. Emilie
Rosenlund; Harriet Anna, m. Henry Spencer; James E., died;
Francis M., m. Diantha Andersen; Rosa May, m. Moroni
Farnsworth; George Willard, m. Augusta Lewis; Fritz Earl,
m. Nellie Moore; Jesse B., m. Emilie Petersen. Family home
Mt. Pleasant, Utah.

President 66th quorum of seventies; missionary to Ken-
tucky 1881-83. Miller and carpenter. Died July 1, 1903.

REYNOLDS, JESSE BERKLEY (son of Levl Burt Reynolds
and Hannah Johnson). Born July 30, 1874, Mt. Pleasant
Utah.

Married Emilie Petersen Sept. 20, 1900, at Mt. Pleasant
(daughter of Charles C. E. Petersen and Johanna A. Chris-
tensen, former came to Utah 1880, latter 1891). She was born
June 3, 1882. Their children: Jessie Pearl b. July 12 1901-
Leonard B. b. July 24, 1903; Royal Willard b. April 6
1906; Boide Eugene b. December, 1908; Crysta H. b Nov 14
1910; Ruby E. b. Nov. 28, 1912. Family home Mt. Pleasant'
Utah.

Farmer.



REYNOLDS, WILLIAM GEORGE BARDWELL (son of Wil-
liam Peter Reynolds and Melissa Bardwell of Michigan)
Born Nov. 19, 1847, In Michigan. Came to Utah 1855, by
oxteam.

Married Elizabeth Maria Peterson Jan. 6, 1872, Heber
City, and later in Endowment house, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Mr. Peterson and Anna Boletta Larson of Nor-
way, pioneers 1867, Captain Kimball company). She was
born May 23, 1855. Their children: Roseltha Melissa b.
Jan. 23, 1874, m. Joseph Hyrum Hardy; George Bardwell
b. Nov. 22, 1875; Agnes Matilda b. May 29, 1878, m. George
La Lone; Alice Melvina b. Nov. 18, 1880, m. Lorin C. Cald-
well; William Clark b. Jan. 29, 1884, d. child; Emma Jean
b. Aug. 5, 1886, m. Jesse Winn; Delia Mildred b. April 22,
1889, m. Frederick Anderson; Raymond b. July 2, 1891-
Essie Pearl b. Nov. 14. 1893; Inez Elizabeth b. Sept. 14,
1898. Family home Maeser ward. Vernal, Utah.

Elder. First locatea at Heber City, moved to Provo,
and returned to Heber City and was the miller for the
Abram Hatch Milling Co. In 1879 moved to Ashley Valley,
at which place, during the winter the people nearly starved
to death; he took stones and made burrs for the grinding of
what grain they had; the horses and cattle nearly all died
of starvation, and those that were living were so weak
they could not work, so the men pulled the sweep that
turned the burrs for the grinding of flour and thus pre-
vented starvation. He was the pioneer miller at Vernal,
which he conducted until 1911. He was one of the original
locators of the mineral veins at Park City, Utah. Black
Hawk Indian war veteran.



RHEES, CHARLES HORATIO (son of Horatio Nelson Rhees,
born July 3, 1802, and Sarah Ann Green, born July 25, 1798,
both at Bath, Somersetshire, Eng.). He was born Feb. 27,
1833, at Bath. Came to Utah Oct. 1, 1854, Daniel Garn com-
pany.

Married Elizabeth Budd May 21, 1863 (daughter of William
Budd and Mary Ann Watts), who was born Sept. 17, 1837,
and came to Utah Sept. 23, 1863, Daniel Garn company.
Their children: Rufus b. Oct. 17, 1869, m. Ellen Rose Dec.
9, 1891; Lorenzo b. March 6, 1872, m. Sarah Vanderhoof;
Alice E. b. March 29, 1876, m. George Lanford April 14,
1897; Amy b. Feb. 18, 1878, m. Emery A. Scott June 29,
1904; Helen b. March 16, 1879, m. Alexander Fife Oct. 8,
1902.

Married Eliza Parratt Dec. 8, 1866, Salt Lake City, Utah
(daughter of John Parratt and Jane Body, who were married
tit Bath, Somersetshire, Eng.). She was born Jan. 13, 1848,
London, Eng. Their children: Reuben T. b. Nov. 18, 1867,
m. Mary R. Tucker Feb. 8, 1894; Charles Herbert b. May
3, 1869, m. Eliza Parratt Jan. 3, 1894; Chauncey W. b. Dec.
8, 1870, m. Sarah Shaw. Family home Pleasant View, Utah.

Served in Echo Canyon war 1857-58. Filled three missions
to England, first April 6, 1860 to Sept. 23, 1863; second Oct.
17. 1882 to Aug. 30, 1884; third Feb. 27, 1886 to June 22, 1889;
officer in Sunday school and the Young Men's Mutual Im-
provement Association, Pleasant View ward.



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RHEES, REUBEN THOMAS (son of Charles H. Rhees and
Eliza Parratt). Born Nov. 18, 1867, Ogden, Utah.

Married Mary Rebecca Tucker Feb. 8, 1894, Logan, Utah
(daughter of George Tucker, and Emma Hurst, former pio-



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