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Roosevelt 1905. Interested in Dry Gulch Irrigation Co., and
Page Lateral Ditch. Farmer and stockraiser.



SABIN, ARA WILLIAM (son of Salmon B. Sabin, born Dec.
24. 1795, in Otsego county, N. Y., and Sarah S. Miller, born
May 11, 1791, in Saratoga county, N. Y.). He was born
Aug. 4, 1822, in Steuben county, N. Y. Came to Utah
September, 1850, Philo Dibble company.

Married Nancy Ann Hanes in May 1850 (daughter of
Azariah Hanes and Polly Ann Newman), who was born
Nov. 12, 1828. Their children: Ara William b. Feb. 17,
1851, m. Amanda Gardner; Flora Ann, m. James Wrathall;
Eri Beson; Bertha Blanche b. Jan. 14, , m. Jesse Carter;



SALISBURY, ORANGE J. Came to Utah in 1868.

Married Margaret B. Walker. Their children: Stella J.,
m. L. B. McCornick; Orange J., Jr., m. Marian McGilvray;
Robert W. b. Dec. 27, 1883, m. Genevieve McCornick Nov.
17, 1909; Elaine G., died. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Member state board of equalization. National Republican
committeeman. Capitalist. Died June 18, 1907, New York
City.

SALISBURY, ROBERT W. (son of Orange J. Salisbury and
Margaret B. Walker). Born Dec. 27, 1883, Salt Lake City.

Married Genevieve McCornick Nov. 17, 1909, Salt Lake
City (daughter of W. S. McCornick and Hannah Keogh of
Canada). Their children: Evelyn E. b. Sept. 1910; Mar-
garet B. b. Nov. 6, 1912. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Member state board of equalization. President Salisbury
Co. Capitalist.



SANDBORG, JOHN S. (son of Swen Sanderson and Anna
Jepson of Nosabe, Sweden). Born Nov. 2, 1836, Nosabe,
Sweden. Came to Utah 1869, O. C. Oleson company.

Married Anna Louisa Oleson May, 1861, Stockholm,
Sweden (daughter of Ole Oleson and Anna Katrlna Ander-
son of East Jutland, Sweden; came to Utah 1871). She was
born Dec. 15, 1839. Their children: Anna Sophia, m. John
Johnson; John, m. Nellie Clawson; Selma; Carl Ludwigr, m.
Estella Jacobs; Oscar K., m. Esther Connell. Family home
Salt Lake City.

Shoemaker.



SANBORN, GEORGE! B. (son of Isaac Sanborn and Sarah
Jane Cobb of Bangor, Penobscot Co., Maine; came to Utah
1873). Born Nov. 14, 1858. Came to Utah with his parents.

Married Sarah Jane Smith Nov. 16, 1875, Salt Lake endow-
ment house, Daniel H. Wells officiating (daughter of Wil-
liam Smith and Jane Rawlings of Paradise, Utah, pioneers
1856). She was born April 1, 1856, in Iowa. Their children:
Sarah J. b. Nov. 21, 1876, m. William Mikesell; George B..
Jr., b. July 6, 1878, m. Amy Haywood; Laura E. b. Sept.
28, 1880, m. Mark Haywood; William b. July 7, 1882; Joseph
b. May 11, 1884; Eva b. April 11. 1885. d. infant; Mary Ann
b. Dec. 15, 1887, m. Frank Hove, m. Charles Helms; Henry
b. Sept. 2, 1889, m. Blanch Quigley; John W. b. Sept. 11.
1891, m. Henrietta Gall; Ella b. Nov. 30, 1893, m. John Keller-
her; Gladys b. Sept. 5, 1895, d. aged 1 year; Jennings b.
Sept. 15. 1896. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Elder; ward teacher at Pocatello, Idaho 1 . Blacksmith.



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SANBORN. GEORGE B., JR. (son of George B. Sanborn
and Sarah Jane Smith). Born July 6, 1876, Paradise, Utah.

Married Amy Haywood June 22, 1898, Salt Lake City
(daughter of George Haywood and Sarah Archer of 15th
ward. Salt Lake City; came to Utah 1880). She was born
In Oct. 1876. Their children: Harold G. b. Jan. 25, 1899;
Clarence H. b. Aug. 23, 1902; Stella May b. Jan. 4, 1905;
Albert b. Nov. 2, 1907; Ruth b. April 19, 1910. Family home
15th ward, Salt Lake City.

Deacon. Foreman of blacksmith shops of the Denver &
Rio Grande Railway, Salt Lake City.

SANBORN, WILLIAM (son of George B. Sanborn and Sarah
Jane Smith). Born July 7, 1882, Paradise, Utah.
Blacksmith. Home In 15th ward, Salt Lake City.

SANBORN, JOHN W. (son of George B. Sanborn and Sarah
Jane Smith). Born Sept. 11, 1891, Salt Lake City.

Married Henrietta Gall July 25, 1911, Ogden, Utah, (daugh-
ter of Wesley Gall and Dora Eilander of Ogden. Came
to Utah April 1905). She was born April 16, 1893. Their
children: Dora Jane b. July 24, 1912. Family home, Salt
Lake City.

Deacon. Blacksmith.



SANDERS, DAVID A. (son of William Sanders and Eliza-
beth Hunt, pioneers 1850). Born July 14, 1848. Came to
Utah with parents.

Married Lucy Grover Jan. 4, 1868, Salt Lake endowment
house (daughter of Thomas Grover and Lodoiska Tupper
tf Farmington, Utah, pioneers 1847, C. C. Rich company).
She was born Jan. 7, 1849, Farmington, Utah, and was
first white child born in Davis county. Their children:
Lucy Elizabeth b. Oct. 6, 1869, m. George A. Hess; Clara
Lodoiska b. Jan. 20, 1871, m. Armond T. Rose; David Albert
b. Feb. 6, 1873, d. aged 2; Mary Ann b. Sept. 20, 1875, m.
George M. Leonard; Frances Eveline b. Feb. 3, 1877, m.
Charles J. Steed; Thomas Grover b. Aug. 4, 1878, d. infant;
Horace Edward b. Oct. 11, 1880, d. infant; Pearl Adelle

b. March 30, , m. Milton L. Lee; Dowe Clarence b. April 12,

m. Laurette Burton; Frank Thatcher b. Dec. 17, 1895; Asenath
b. Nov. 9, d. infant; Nellie b. July 11, m. Clarence Dawson.
Family home Farmington, Utah.



SANDERS, ELLIS M. (son of Ellis Sanders and Hannah
Mendenhall of Delaware). Born Dec. 5, 1808, Newcastle,
Del. Came tp Utah Sept. 24, 1848, Heber C. Kimball
company.

Married Rachel B. Roberts July 9, 1830, In Delaware
(daughter of John Roberts and Elizabeth Broom of Balti-
more, Md.). She was born Oct. 1808. Their children: Annie,
m. Spencer Willbanks; Elizabeth, m. Leonard Conger; Han-
nah M., m. Oliver Huntlngton; Rachel, m. Schuyler Everet;
Sarah Jane, m. Nelson Merkley; Ellis, m. Mary Ann Smith;
Ellen, m. Joseph Cunningham. Family resided Delaware;
Nauvoo; Salt Lake City and St. George, Utah.

High priest. Assessor and 'collector; road supervisor;
city water master. Farmer. Died Jan. 15, 1873, St. George,
Utah.



SANDERS, WILLIAM (son of Simeon Sanders and Frances
Waterman of Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, Eng.). Born
Oct. 7. 1836, at Bishop's Stortford. Came to Utah Nov. 2,
1864, Warren Snow's company, after a five months' journey
from London with mother and three sisters.

Married Naomi Orchard Oct. 20. 1866, Salt Lake City
(daughter of James Orchard and Susannah Harding of
Bulkington, Wiltshire, Eng.). She was born Nov. 21, 1842,
and came to Utah in Sept. 1866, d. Aug. 4, 1912. Their
children: Edith Naomi b. Oct. 5, 1867, d. June 6, 1871; Alice
Maud b. Aug. 6, 1869, m. Albert S. Horn June 25, 1896;
William H. O. b. Sept. 30, 1871, m. Pearl Schreck Oct. 22,
1901; Clara Anna b. March 1874, m. Harold P. Jennlng
Feb. 27, 1896; Frederick L. b. June 27, 1876, d. Sept. 27,
1877; Laura Josephine b. June 28, 1878, m. Robert L. Camp-
bell Oct. 16, 1902; Lester James b. March 9, 1885, m. Flor-
ence Lee Nov. 6, 1906. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Kent, Eng., 1859-64; president of confer-
ence one year; member of high priests' quorum of Salt Lake
City; member tabernacle choir since 1865. Employed at the
Z. C. M. I. from its start and still with it. He was their
first traveling salesman.



SANFORD, ALLEN TILGHMAN (son of Allen Sanford and
Catherine Elizabeth Hartman of Amber, Jones Co., Iowa).
Born May 13, 1870, at Amber. Came to Utah In October,
1S95.

Married Helen Edith Sheehan July 1, 1896, Anamosa,
Iowa (daughter of Jeremiah Lord Sheehan and Laura Raw-
Hns of Anamosa). She was born March 24, 1872.

Graduate State University of Iowa and law department
of Harvard University. Lawyer.



SANT, JOHN (son of Abel and Margaret Sant of Middle-
wlch, Chestershire, Eng.). Born Jan. 11, 1811, at Mtddle-
wich. Came to Utah August, 1861, Job Plngree company.

Married Mary Shaw Dec. 12, 1831, at Middlewich (daugh-
ter of Richard Shaw and Elizabeth Pocelles of Middlewich,



pioneers 1861, Job Pingree company). She was born Jan.
2, 1&14. Their children: George, m. Margaret Mustard;
John, m. Martha Kllen Roscoe; Hannah, m. John Millington;
Betsey, m. Thomas McCann; Margaret, m. Charles William;
Jane, m. Nathan Smith; William, m. Adah Clifford; Eliza,
m. Edmund Hepworth; Thomas, m. Lizzie Truscot, m. Jane
Winterbotton. Family resided Smithfleld, Utah, and Clif-
ton, Idaho.

High priest. Farmer. Died Oct. 15, 1887, Clifton, Idaho.

SANT, GEORGE (son of John Sant and Mary Shaw). Born
Dec. 15, 1833, Middlewich, Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 3,
1855, John Hindley company.

Married Margaret Mustard Oct. 3, 1858 (daughter of
David Mustard and Margaret Kay, pioneers Sept. 3, 1852,
Abraham O. Smoot company). She was born March 9,
1842. Their children: Mary Ellen b. Sept. 10, 1859, m. Pres-
ton Thomas Dec. 31, 1876; George b. Jan. 31, 1862, m. Sarah
.1. Clifford Nov. 9, 1884; William R. b. Feb. 9, 1864, m.
Rosa A. Clifford Nov. 2, 1897; Margaret Kay b. July 3,
1866, m. William Smith Oct. 25, 1883; James b. Aug. 31,
1868, d. March 21, 1870; Lizzie b. March 3, 1870. d. Sept.
15, 1887; Eliza b. June 19, 1874, m. Charles Johnson Aug.
24, 1892; Mary b. Oct. 29, 1877, m. Alma Johnson Jan. 17,
1899; David b. Oct. 2, 1882, m. Elizabeth Cole Jan. 18, 1905;
Edmund b. Sept. 22, 1884, d. Aug. 4, 1887. Family resided
Smithfield, Utah, and Treasureton, Idaho.

High priest.



SAUNDERS, WILLIAM GILBERT (son of Charles Saun-
ders and Mary Ann Leavitt of Soham, Cambridgeshire,
Eng-.). Born Jan. 10, 1819, at Soham. Came to Utah in
1854.

Married Phoebe Marrill in England (daughter of John
and Mary Marrill of England). She was born June 7, 1817,
Little Port, Eng. Their children: Mary Ann, m. Richard
Mathews; William G.; Charles and Caroline, d. infants;
Caroline Eliza, m. Andrew Miller; James M.; Phoebe, m.
Richard Oram; John M., m. Tillie Garmer. Family home
Collinston, Utah.

Missionary to England 1878; also missionary U. S. Wagon
maker. Died at Ogden, Utah.



SAUZA, WILLIAM. Born in London, Eng. Came to Utah
in September, 1853, Jacob Gates company.

His wife, Amy, was a pioneer, coming to Utah with him
in 1853. Their children: Frederick; Charles; Harriett, m.
James Vaughn; Eliza Sarah, m. William Joseph Killpack;
.Tames; Clara. Family home Manti, Utah.

Elder. Farmer and manufacturer of umbrellas. Died
at Mantl, Utah.



SAVAGE, DAVID (son of Roger Savage and Phoebe Ste-
vens). Born July 25, 1810, Johnstown, Leeds Co., Canada.
Came to Utah Sept. 24, 1847, Parley P. Pratt company.

Married Theodocia Finch 1834 in Canada, who was born
in 1811. Only child: Amanda b. Aug. 23, 1836, m. Phineas
W. Cook Dec. 17, 1853. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Married Mary Abigail White Oct. 17, 1841, Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of John White and Lucy Bailey, pioneers Oct.
1847, Perrlgrine Sessions company). She was born May
30, 1823, in St. Lawrence county, N. Y. Their children:
John Roger b. Dec. 1842, d. 1843; Elizabeth b. 1844, d.
1844; Mary Theodocia b. Feb. 28, 1847, m. John D. Wilcox
Aug. 16, 1865; David William b. July 11, 1849, m. Julia
Merrill 1877; Sarah Miranda b. April 24, 1850, m. Amasa
C. Linford June 29, 1867; Anna Eliza b. Dec. 17, 1856, m.
Henry Teeples 1875; Agnes Belzora b. June 29, 1861, m.
John Whltton 1879; Ellen Maria b. May 1863; Lucy Estell
b. Dec. 8, 1865, m. John Lundquist.

Married Mary Ward in 1858 (daughter of George and
Isabella Ward, pioneers 1851, Vincent Shurtliff company).
She was born Dec. 6, 1830, and came to Utah 1851, Vincent
Shurtliff company. Their children: Isabella Elicia b. Oct.
28, 1859, m. Thomas Edwin King Jan. 16, 1878; David
Edward b. Nov. 29, 1862, m. Caroline King; William Albert
b. Dec. 29, 1865, m. Caroline Clark; Parley Franklin b.
Dec. 31, 1868. m. Clair Bell McCullough; Barbara Alice
b. Aug. 1, 1872, m. William Sudweeks.

Married Margaret Evans In 1859. Their children: Mar-
garet b. July 28, 1860, m. N. Karchner; Laura b. Aug. 1863.
m. C. Stratton; Charles R. b. Dec. 1866, m. Ella Hall; Corner
b. Oct. 1869. .

Married Susan Black in 1878.

Missionary to Michigan 1843; to Canada 1873; and to the
Indians on the Salt River at Mesa, Ariz. Worked on Nauvoo
temple. Assisted In bringing Immigrants to Utah. Settled
at Lehi 1850; one of first settlers of Bear Lake valley;
lived at various places, finally settling at Snowflake, Ariz:
Freighted between Salt Lake City and California. Mail
parried between Salt Lake City and Cedar Fort, Utah.
Brought first threshing machine to Salt Lake City 1860.
Died in Arizona.



SAVAGE, LEVI (son of Daniel Savage, born Feb. 28, 1762,
and Sally Savage, born Feb. 28, 1762, latter of Hebron,
N. T.). He was born Aug. 25, 1790, Hebron, Washington
county, N. T. Came to Utah in 1848.

Married Polly Haines, who was born Aug. 11, 1799, and

died in 1847. Their children: Levi b. March 23, ; Polly

b. June 24, 1818; Alonzo b. Jan. 22, 1825: Emellne b. Jan.
22, 1825, m. Benjamin Waldron 1849; Matthew b. June 3,



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PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



1837, m. Emily Mitchell; Hannah M. b. Jan. 10, 1832, m.
Ira Eldredge; Moroni E. b. July 22, 1843; John b. Oct. 6,
1829; Daniel Nathaniel b. Feb. 18, 1834; David b. Aug. 23,
1839; Phoebe b. March 6. 1841.
Died 1874 at Willard City, Box Elder Co., Utah.



SAWLEY, EDWAIID (son of William Sawley, born May
26, 1823, and Margaret Hartley, born July 24, 1820, of
Colne, Lancastershire, Eng.). He was born March 12, 1854,
Burnley, Lancastershire. Came to Utah Sept. 16, 1887.

Married Sarah Ann Stokes (daughter of Joseph and
Ellen Stokes), who was born April 19, 1857. Came to Utah
Sept. 16, 1887. Their children: Margaret Ellen b. April 27,
1876, m. Joseph E. Wright; Sarah b. Sept. 19, 1877, m. Frank
P. O'Neill; Mary b. May 20, 1880 d. child; Jane b. June
16, 1882, m. Joseph H. Wilde; Joseph b. June 30, 1884; Wil-
liam b. July 4, 1886; Martha b. Oct. 9, 1888, m. Robert
Wilson; Florence b. April 19, 1890, m. R. G. Stone; Edward
b. April 6, 1892. Family home Coalville, Utah.

Bishop of Grass Creek; ward of Summit stake.



SAXTOIV, SOLOMAN (son of William Saxton and Catherine
Hemenway of Nottinghamshire, Eng.). Born Feb. 21, 1825.
Leicestershire, Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 9, 1861, John Mur-
dock company.

Married Matilda Dexter Oct. 26, 1848, In England (daugh-
ter of John Dexter and Lydia Wardell of Nottinghamshire).
She was born Feb. 5, 1827. Their children: Brigham, Cath-
erine, Hannah, Lydla A., and Victoria; first five d. Infants;
Sarah E., m. William Staley; John S., m. Andria Johanson;
Charles D., m. Sarah Harris; William S., m. Annie Johan-
son; Maud S., m. John W. Mumford. Family home Coal-
ville, Summit Co., Utah.

High priest; first counselor In bishopric 15 years; block
teacher. Mining man; farmer .and stockralser. Died Feb.
19, 1903.



s< II Vl>l :. CHRISTIAN P. (son of Frederick Ludvick Schade,
born Feb. 18, 1778, Skandavorg, Denmark, and Margrette
Marie Ravn, born Sept. 23, 1792, Kornum. Denmark mar-
ried 1816). He was born April 27. 1827. In Denmark. Came
to Utah Sept. 30, 1864, John Smith independent company.

Married Abelone Thorstensen Aug. 15, 1856 (daughter
of Evan Christian Thorstensen and Magdaline Chrlstensen
married 1831 In Denmark). She was born April 3, 1835,
and came to Utah with husband. Family home Huntsvllle,
Utah.

Married Mary Sophia Heder Sept. 15, , Salt Lake

City (daughter of John Heder and Christine Erlckson
married 1849 In Dahlsland, Sweden, pioneers Sept. 5, 1863,
John F. Sanders company). She was born Dec. 20. 1850,
Vennersborg, Sweden. Their children: Marie Abelone b.
Nov. 10, 1871, d. 1878; C. Fred b. March 20, 1876, m. Mary
C. Wangsgard June 20, 1900; A. Wtlhart b. Sept. 5, 1878
(missionary to Sweden 1907; president of Sundsvall con-
ference; counselor to Bishop Halls, Huntsvllle, Utah), m.
I.lllie Jensen June 15, 1910; Martha Eliza b. April 2, 1881.
m. Alma Petersen April 16. 1902; Mary Elizabeth b. June
21. 1884, m. L. H. Peterson June 22, 1904. Family home
Huntsvllle. Utah.

President Aarhuus conference, Denmark, 1872-74; coun-
selor to Bishop David McKay, Huntsvllle ward, 1885-1901;
ward treasurer several years. School trustee 1877-81.

SCHADE, C. FRED (son of Christian F. Schade and Mary
Sophia Heder). Born March 20, 1876, Huntsvllle, Utah.

Married Mary C. Wangsgard June 20. 1900, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Christian C. Wangsgard and Anna Ander-
son, former pioneer 1866, Peter Nebeker company, latter
1869). She was born Aug. 15, 1878, at Huntsville. Their
children: Kenneth F. b. Oct. 24, 1901; Rella May b. July
7, 1903; Marlon Frederick b. Aug. 22, 1905; Melva Rae b.
Oct. 27, 1907. Family resided Huntsville and Logan, Utah.

Missionary to Norway 1897-99; secretary Chrlstlania con-
ference 18 months; assistant superintendent Y. M. M. I. A.
of Ogden stake 1909-10; chorister and member board T. M.
M. I. A.. Cache stake.



SCHAERRER, HENRY (son of John Jacob Schaerrer of
Schoenenberg, Canton Zurich, Switzerland, born November,
1782, and Barbara Staub of Richterswell, Canton Zurich,
born 1781). He was born May 13, 1813, at Schoenenberg.
Came to Utah September, 1860, James D. Ross company.

Married Anne Goetz July 1843 (daughter of Jacob Goetz
and Elizabeth Peter), who was born Dec. 17, 1819, and
came to Utah with husband. Their children: John Jacob
b. Dec. 28, 1845, m. Lamecia Ann Taylor, m. Mary Ott;
Annie E. Louisa b. Oct. 1851, m. John Jacob Walser. Family
resided Blngham's Fort and St. George, Utah.

Married Paulina Ott Nov. 1879, St. George, Utah. Their
child: Mary b. March 24. 1880, m. August Martin Peterson.

Located at St. George, Utah, 1861, where he assisted In
building up the country; moved to Payson 1868 and resided
there until his death. High priest.

SCHAERRER, JOHN JACOB (son of Henry Schaerrer and
Anne Goetz). Born Dec. 28, 1845, Hegi, Canton Zurich,
Switzerland.

Married Lamecia Anna Taylor May 9, 1870, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Benjamin Taylor and Ann J. Hlatt, pioneers,
Henry G. Boyle company). She was born June 18, 1846,



in Surry county, N. C. Their children: Jacob Henry b.
March 19, 1871, d. March 17, 1885; Rosaline b. Feb. 17,
1873. d. Oct. 1885; Adelia Ann b. Sept. 2. 1875, m. Charles
C. F. Dixon; Emma Frances b. Sept. 23, 1880, d. Dec. 9,
1895; George Albert b. June 22, 1882, m. Geneva Stewart
June 16, 1909; Ada Matilda b. Oct. 28, 1883, m. Raymond
H. Clayton; Alma Benjamin b. July 2, 1888. Family home
Payson, Utah.

Married Mary Ott July 1880, Salt Lake City (daughter
of John Jacob Ott and Magdalena Bear), who was born
March 10, 1846. Colbrun, Canton Zurich, Switzerland. Their
children: Franklin Edward b. Dec. 24, 1881, m. Alice Love-
less; Clara Mathilda b. June 8, 1883, m. Byron Gleason;
John Henry b. Oct. 6, 1885, m. Nellie Richardson.

Settled at St. George 1861. Called to drive teams to the
Missouri river for immigrants 1864. Missionary to Switz-
erland and Germany 1877 and 1891; president Swiss and
German mission 1891-94; senior president 46th quorum
seventies, Payson, Utah; home missionary, high councilor
and member church board of education of Nebo stake.
Farmer and stockraiser.



N( 111:111. .ion. % PIERRE (son of Henry F. Scheib and Anna
Maria English). Born Oct. 12, 1802, Sobernhelm. Coblenz,
Rhenish Prussia. Came to Utah Sept. 20, 1852, Captain
McGaw company.

Married Catharlna Weinmann May 17, 1835 (daughter
of Christopher Weinmann and Elizabeth Joiner, latter born
March 12, 1740). She was born July 17, 1809, and died
Feb. 26, 1866. Came to Utah with husband. Their child:
Sabina b. March 28, 1839, m. James Henry Hart May 4,
1861.

Married Susannah Deck. Their children: John F. b.
Aug. 26, 1879, m. Annie A. Colclough March 20. 1901; Emllie
b. Sept. 17, 1880, Conrad b. Dec. 20, 1881; Samuel b. May
14, 1883; Alma Moroni b. Feb. 9, 1885; latter four d. Infants.

Died Feb. 16, 1886, Salt Lake City.



SCHMUTZ, JOHN (son of John Schmutz and Marie GostoU
of Vechingen, Canton Bern, Switzerland). Born July 19,
1818, at Vechingen. Came to Utah June 15, 1874.

Married Elizabeth Leman of Wattenwyl, Canton Bern.
Their children: Anna Maria Christian; Lena; John; Rosetta;
Jacob; Eliza; Gottlieb; Bertha.

Helped build temple at St. George, Utah.

SCHMUTZ, GOTTLIEB (son of John Schmutz and Elizabeth
Leman). Born April 28, 1861, Bolligen, Canton Bern, Switzer-
land.

Married Amelia Neiderer April 28, 1887. St. George. Utah
(daughter of John Neiderer). Their children: Andrew G.;
Donald; Anna Bell; Eldon L.; Rosalia; George C.; Victor L.;
Ethel.

Bishop New Harmony ward, Parowan stake; mlsssionary
to Switzerland and Germany, 28 months.



SCHNEITTER, CHARLES (son of John Schneltter and
Susannah Betitler of Canton Bern, Switzerland). Born Dec.
11, 1837. In Canton Bern. Came to Utah Sept. 1861, Joseph
W. Toung company.

Married Mary Karwinsky June 10, 1860, New York City

(daughter of Florian Karwinsky and Achtelik of

Poland). She was born July 21, 1823. Family home. Salt
Lake City.

Member 16th and 21st quorum seventies; missionary to
Switzerland 1880-82; to Germany and Belgium 1889-91; high
priest. Farmer and miner.



SCHOENFELD, FREDERICK WILLIAM (son of Frederick
William Schoenfeid and Sophia Krebs of Magdeburg, near
Leipzig, Germany). Born Feb. 14, 1831, Eilenburg, Prussia.
Came to Utah Sept. 15, 1864, with William B. Preston
company.

Married Wilhelmine Henriette Lohmann May 10, 1859.
Church of St. Thomas, at Leipzig (daughter of John Chris-
tian Lohmann and Henriette Leopoldine Wald of Eythra,
near Leipzig). She was born Oct. 27, 1830. Their children:
Amanda Mary b. Jan. 31. 1860, d. child; Camilla A. H. b.
April 16, 1862, d. infant at sea; Joseph Frederick Platt b.
July 22, 1864, m. Emma Boss; John Edward b. Jan. 26, 1867,
m. Eleanor L. Jones; Mary Edgar b. July 16, 1868, d. Aug
15, 1868; Emil Edgar b. Oct. 1, 1869, m. Magdalene Boss Aug.
28, 1895; Huldah Elizabeth b. Oct. 1. 1871, m. Mathlas E.
Hansen; Hertha Amelia b. Oct. 1, 1873, m. Robert Maw.
Family home Brighton ward. Utah.

Seventy; missionary to Switzerland and Germany 1883-
88; president Swiss and German mission four years; bishop
Brighton ward July 29, 1877 to March 13. 1912, when he
was ordained patriarch by President Joseph F. Smith; re-
vised translation of the Book of Mormon and Doctrine and
Covenants Into German Language. Justice of peace, 10
years, Brighton precinct.

SCHOENFELD, JOHN EDWARD (son of Frederick William
Schoenfeid and Wilhelmine Henriette Lohmann). Born Jan.
26. 1867, Brighton, Utah.

Married Eleanor Louisa Jones Nov. 10. 1892, Manti, Utah
(daughter of Mark Jones and Ellen Herridge, former pioneer
1866, William Henry Chlpman company). She was born



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Dec. 31, 1874. Their children: John Raymond b. Aug. 6,
1893; Eleanor Edith b. Sept. 17, 1894, m. Charles R. North;
Laura Estella b. March 20, 1896; Mark Levarr b. Aug. 4, 1897;
Frederick Wilford b. Feb. 14, 1902; Parley Harold b. Nov.

19, ; Arthur James b. Jan. 19, ; Violet and Viola

(twins) b. Oct. 9, 1907; Alvin Russel b. July 21, 1910. Family
home Brighton, Utah.

SCHOENFELD, EMIL EDGAR (son of Frederick William
Schoenfeld and Wilhelmine Henriette Lohmann). Born Oct.
1, 1869, Brighton, Utah.

Married Magdalene Boss Aug. 28, 1895, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Johannas Boss and Marianna Gertsch of Gund-
lischwand, Canton Bern, Switzerland). She was born July
14, 1872, and came to Utah June 1891. Their children:
Clarence Emil b. Aug. 24, 1896; Florence Magdalene b. Sept.
3, 1899; Allen Clyde b. March 16, 1902; Lester Theodore
b. Dec. 3, 1903; Irene Elizabeth b. June 21, 1906; Elmer
John b. March 7, 1908; Olive Rosetta b. Nov. 14, 1909. Family
home Brighton, Utah.

Elder. Stockraiser.



SCHOFIELD, JOHN (son of Jonah Schofleld and Elizabeth
Jackson of Droylesden, near Manchester, Eng.). Born Feb.
3, 1826, at Droylesden. Came to Utah October, 1882.

Married Susannah Hewitt Dec. 21, 1852, at Droylesden
(daughter of James Hewitt and Amelia Savage of Clitheroe,
Yorkshire, Eng., died at St. Louis on way to Utah). She was
born Aug. 3, 1828. Their children: Amelia J., m. George
Reynolds; John C., m. Nellie Reed, m. Isabel Price; Nephl Y.,
m. Ellen V. Romney; Charles Heber, m. Elizabeth Swift;
Joseph Hyrum, d. infant; Hyrum Smith, m. Grace Appleby.
Family home. Salt Lake City.

Member 13th quorum seventies; president of the Man-
chester, Starley, Bridge, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Oldham and
Rochdale branches in England. Curator Deseret museum.
Real estate dealer. Died Aug. 28, 1899.



SCHOW, HANS SORENSON (son of Soren Epsen Schow, born
1798, Vamdrup, Rlbe Amt, Denmark, and Annie Marie Hansen,
born 1800, at Sjogard, Denmark). Born Sept. 22, 1825, at
Vamdrup. Came to Utah Sept. 13, 1857, Chr. Christiansen
handcart company.

Married Mary Nielsen Nov. 3, 1853 (daughter of Anders
Nielsen and Celia Marie Hansen, latter died June 30, 1906,
Huntsville, Utah). She was born March 29, 1826, Peste,
Veile Amt, Denmark, and came to Utah with husband.



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