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home. Salt Lake City.

Married Jane Capener. Their children: Jane, m. George
Alexander; Margret Wicks, m. Fred Cluff.

Married Lisadore Williams at Salt Lake City. Their chil-
dren: Samuel M., m. Lucile Badger; Alma O.

Married Clara Sudberry. Their children: Ruth, m. August
Tohmstorff; Lisadore, m. William Campbell; Joseph E.,
died; Mahonri M.. m. Cora Platt; Clara; Ida; George; Eugene.

Married Harriett A. Woolley.

Member 31st quorum seventies; missionary to central
states 1875-76; high councilor; 2d counselor to president of
Salt Lake stake 28 years; counselor in bishopric of llth
ward; patriarch. City sexton many years. Member 2d
state legislature. Undertaker and casket manufacturer.
Died Feb. 17, 1913, Salt Lake City.

TAYLOR, ALVIN V. (son of Joseph E. Taylor and Louisa
R. Capener). Born Feb. 25, 1865. Salt Lake City.

Married Blanche Powers March 31, 1892, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Powers and Sarah Capener of Baraboo,



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Wls., came to Utah 1902). She was born 1870. Their chil-
dren: Gerald b. 1893, died; Margret b. 1895; Florence b.
1898. died; Alvin V. b. 1901. Family home, Salt Lake City.
Member 1st state legislature. Attorney at law; graduate
Columbian University (law school) class '91.

TAYLOR, SAMUEL MOORE ( son of Joseph E. Taylor and
Lisadore Williams). Born March 11, 1880, Salt Lake City.

Married Lucile Badger April 15, 1903, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Rodney C. Badger and Harriet Ann Taylor of
Salt Lake City). She was born July 6, 1881. Their chil-
dren: Harold Badger b. Jan. 13, 1904; Dorothy b. July 3,
1906, died; Marion b. March 22, 1910; Virginia b. July 30,
1911. Family home. Salt Lake City.

Missionary to Great Britain 1898-1901; member 8th quorum
seventies; counselor in bishopric of wards. President and
manager S. M. Taylor & Co., undertakers and embalmers.



TAYLOR, ISAIAH (son of John Taylor and Esther Wilson
of Stockport, Eng.). Born Sept. 17, 1836, Stockport, Chester-
shire, Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 15, 1861, Ira Eldredge com-
pany.

Married Mercy Veater March 14, 1868 (daughter of James
Veater, Sr., and Dina Frances Baber, latter pioneers 1862).
She was born March 21, 1849. Came to Utah 1862. Their
children: Harriet b. Feb. 25, 1870; George Nephi b. April
15, 1871; William James b. April 8, 1873; Charles Owen b.
March 17, 1876; Albert Isaiah b. March 23, 1878; Esther
Frances b. Oct. 12, 1880, m. Phillip Orwin June 12, 1901;
Ella b. Nov. 30, 1882. m. Orrin Phillips June 28. 1905; Ray
Wilson b. Dec. 10, 1884; Clyde Baber b. Oct. 4, 1886, m. Amelia
Edwards May 28. 1908; Heber b. Nov. 19, 1889, m. Myrtle
Bird July 20, 1911. Family home Beaver City, Utah.

Married Emeline J. Hutchlngs 1869, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of William W. Hutchings and Ruth C. Chase, who were
married at Nauvoo. 111., pioneers 1851). She was born Feb.
10, 1849. in Platte county. Mo.

Drove an oxteam across plains in Horace S. Eldredge
company 1861. High priest; Sunday school librarian 38
years; Sunday school treasurer 6 years; ward teacher SO
years. Sent to St. George to fill a mission. Moved to
Beaver 1868.

TAYLOR, CLYDE BABER (son of Isaiah Taylor and Mercy
Veater of Beaver City, Utah). Born Oct. 4, 1886, Beaver
City.

Married Amelia Edwards May 28, 1908, Buckhorn. Iron
Co., Utah (daughter of Aaron Edwards and Fanny
Farnsworth), who was born May 10, 1888, Beaver City.
Their child: Amelia Babera b. Nov. 5, 1910. Family home
Buckhorn, Utah.

Elder and counselor to president of Y. M. M. I. A. Died
Nov. 5, 1910, four hours prior to birth of child.



TAYLOR, JABEZ THOMPSON (son of William Taylor, born
1803, died Claycross, Derbyshire, Eng., latter pioneer 1867).
He was born April 26, 1840, Belper, Derbyshire, Eng. Game
to Utah September 1864, James Miller company.

Married Ann Fisher Dec. 26, 1860, Chesterfield, Eng.
(daughter of John Fisher of Man-of-Wood, Yorkshire, Eng.),
who was born May 10, 1840, and died at Brampton, near
Chesterfield, Eng. Their child: Edwin Arthur A.

Married Marian Brewer February 1867, Salt Lake temple
(daughter of James Brewer and Margaret Wall of Becclee,
Suffolk, Eng., pioneers 1862, independent company). She
was born Jan. 2, 1837. Their children: Jabez William b.
July 23, 1867, died; Ezra James b. April 14, 1870, died; George
Francis b. March 13, 1872, m. Leila Anderson, m. Mattie
Johnson; Miriam b. April 16, 1'874, m. Nugent Williams;
Louise Maud b. Feb. 25, 1878, m. Leslie Hodgson; Jessie b.
May 28, 1880, m. Ray D. Simons (died), m. Feramore
Clawson.

Married Anna Peterson Nov. 25, 1896, Salt Lake temple
(daughter of Charles Peterson and Wilhelmina Kroll of
Copenhagen, Denmark, pioneers 1861). She was born Aug.
8 1866. Their children: Ruby Violet (adopted) b. Nov. 6,
1884, m. Israel S. Kirkwood; Alleen Virginia b. Oct. 7, 1897;
Melvln Marion b. July 30, 1900; Beatrice b. Sept. 27, 1902;
Ray b. March 17, 1905; Eugene Fred b. Sept. 14, 1907, died.
Families resided. Salt Lake City.

Member 16th and 57th quorum seventies; missionary to
England 1876-78; to Ohio and Kentucky 1889-91; and to
northwestern states; high priest. Veteran Black Hawk
Indian war under Major Burt. Volunteer fireman about 20
years; special police officer several years. Appointed special
representative to the World's Congress that was auxiliary to
World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago. Physician about
35 years.



TAYLOR, STEPHEN W. (son of George Taylor and Catherine
Broadbent of Yorkshire, Eng.). Born Dec. 25, 1835, in York-
shire. Came to Utah Oct. 12, 1848, Brlgham Young com-
pany.

Married Harriet Seely March 14, 1857, Salt Lake City
(daughter of William Seely and Lucy Decker Young, pioneers
1847), who was born Oct. 5, 1838. Their children: Stephen;
Catherine B., m. Thomas McClelland; Fanny, m. Ray Decker:
George, m. Ollie Green; Amy, m. Fred E. Green; Florence,
m. Olof Parsons; Daniel A. and Nellie M., died; Hanmer D.
b. July 9, 1870. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Married Mary Evans Dec. 2, 1872, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of William Evans and Sarah Keel of Worcester, Eng.,
came to Utah September 1871). She was born Sept. 16,
1851. Their children: Sidney W., m. Elsie Reilly; Lavenla,
m. Fred G. Ford; Samuel B.; Jay James, m. Maud E. Dover;



Delmer Lee; William E.; Royal E.; Alice M.; Maud Incatze;
Kenneth.

High priest; missionary to England 1869-71; went from
Salt Lake City to Devils Gate in 1856 to assist Edwin Mar-
tin's handcart company on Journey to Utah. In 1867, was
with a company of gold seekers up to the Strawberry on the
Sweetwater, when 506 were killed by Indians. Was in
military service for brief periods, as follows: Under Colonel
George A. Smith, Nauvoo Legion in expedition against
Utah Indians July 22 to Aug. 25, 1853; under Colonel William
H. Kimball in expedition against Indians from Aug. 25 to
Sept. 10, 1853; under Captain James W. Cummings cavalry
of Nauvoo Legion in expedition against Indians from Sept.
C to Oct. 9, 1953; under Major Robert T. Burton with detach-
ment of Life Guards against the Shoshone Indians from Oct.
12 to 26, 1855; under Captain R. T. Burton mounted men of
Utah militia, protecting overland mail, east of Salt Lake
City from April 25 to June 2, 1862. Sheriff of Summit
county 1867-68; policeman at Salt Lake City 1874-76; mes-
senger in territorial legislature 1850. Farmer and stock-
raiser.



TAYLOR, WILLIAM ANDREW (son of Joseph Taylor and
Mary Moore, both of Kanesville, Iowa). Born May 15, 1850,
at Kanesville, Iowa. Came to Utah Sept. 5, 1850, Captain
Hawkins company.

Married Philomela Lake April 26, 1869, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Bailey Lake and Sarah Jane Marler, both
American born, pioneers Sept. 5, 1850, Captain Hawkins
company). She was born Aug. 9, 1853. Their children:
William Andrew, Jr., m. Annie E. Holley March 23, 1892;
Bailey. Millie Almeda and George Lorin, latter three died;
Mary Ellen, m. David Lee April 2, 1902; Ida, m. Moroni Chugg
Jan. 23, 1900; Eliza Ann, m. John Lee Feb. 6, 1900; Aner, m.
Joseph Shurtliff Jan. 9, 1907; Riley Edmund, m. Bessie King-
horn Feb. 17, 1908; Iraminda, m. Clarence Stephenson May 16,
1912; Iclvlnda. Family home Harrlsville, Utah.

Member 60th quorum seventies; missionary to central
states 1887-89; first bishop of Farr West ward. Member
school board five years. Farmer. Died March 6, 1892, Farr
West, Utah.

TAYLOR, WILLIAM ANDREW (son of William Andrew
Taylor and Philomela Lake). Born July 12. 1870, Harrisville,
Utah.

Married Annie Edith Holley March 23. 1892, Logan. Utah
(daughter of Henry and Ann Hutchins of England, the for-
mer pioneers Dec. 27, 1856, the latter 1855). She was born
Dec. 19, 1868. Their children: William Russell b. Nov. 12,
1893; Annie Edith b. July 15, 1895; Blanche Ursula b. Nov.
24, 1897; Buell b. Sept. 7, 1899; Orin Helley b. Nov. 2, 1902;
Norma Ann b. Oct. 16, 1904; Mildred Jane b. June 20, 1907;
Junior Ivin b. April 15, 1910. Family home Farr West. Utah.
One of the presidents 60th quorum seventies 12 years; mem-
ber of the superintendency of Sunday school 14 years;
member high council of North Weber stake. Member school
board 7 years. Justice of peace. Farmer.



TAYLOR, WILLIAM JOSEPH (son of William Taylor and
Winifred Ferris of Trowbrldge, Eng.). Born July 7, 1832,
Trowbridge, Eng. Came to Utah Sept. 27, 1853, oxteam
company.

Married Mary Bowring Jan. 30, 1853, Liverpool, Eng.
(daughter of Joseph Bowring and Jane Cook of Wanmouth,
Eng.). She was born Aug. 5, 1827. Their children: Mary
Eliza b. June 7, 1854, m. John Warwood, Jr.; Martha Jane
b. March 30, 1856, m. Walter Scott; Ellen Ann b. March S,
1858, m. John Warwood, Sr. ; William Joseph, Jr., b. Nov.
23. 1859, m. Abby Jane Scott; Winifred b. Nov. 26, 1861. m.
Andrew H. Scott; Walter Henry b. March 9, 1864, m. Rachel
Broadhead; Lydla b. Dec. 29, 1866, m. John K. Allen; Jane
b. Sept. 13, 1868, died.

Married Rebecca Harris, at Salt Lake City (daughter of
Emer Harris). Their children: Emer Harris; Rebecca.
Families resided Provo, Utah.

Home missionary; ward teacher; member 34th quorum
seventies. Constable at Provo. Assisted in organization of
Provo Woolen Mills. Veteran Black Hawk Indian war.
Died May 18, 1869, Provo, Utah.

TAYLOR, WILLIAM JOSEPH (son of William Joseph Tay-
lor and Mary Bowring). Born Nov. 23, 1859, at Provo, Utah.

Married Abby Jane Scott Aug. 3, 1882, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Andrew Hunter Scott and Sarah Ann Roe, of
Provo, Utah, pioneers September, 1851, Morris Phelps oxteam
company). She was born Jan. 30, 1864. Their children:
William Weldon b. Dec. 9, 1883, m. Nora Johnson; Mary b.
Oct. 8, 1885, m. C. Asal Dahlquist, Jr.; Andrew Scott, b.
April 11, 1887, m. Clara Madsen; Joseph Hyrum b. Jan. 27,
1889; Ruth Elva b. Dec. 13, 1890, m. August J. Johnson;
Golden b. Jan. 15, 1893; Frank Rouselle b. March 8, 1895;
Glenn Lee b. July 24, 1897; Delia Scott b. Nov. 8, 1899; Ruby
b. Jan. 4. 1902; Karl Rowe b. Dec. 4, 1904. Family home
Provo, Utah.

Missionary to southern states 1888-90; member 34th
quorum seventies; high priest; counselor to Bishop S. P.
Eggertsen; Sunday school superintendent; president Y. M.
M. I. A. Justice of peace at Lake View. Farmer and dalry-



TERRY, OTIS (son of John Terry and Sarah Ramsdell of
Massachusetts). Born Feb. 28, 1796, in Worcester county,
Mass. Came to Utah in October, 1850, Warren Foote corn-
Married Syntha Ruggles of Massachusetts, who died.



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Their children: Otis Lysander, m. Fanny Marllla Lover-
idge, m. Levee Terissa Dancy, m. Jane Hart, m. Sarah Vail,
m. Martha Jane Van Valkenburg; Charles Alphonzo, m.
Syntha Philinda Loveridge; Henry Algernon, m. Mary Ann
Fotherlngham; Horace Melvin and Edwin Delos, died.
Family home Union ward, Salt Lake Co., Utah.

Married Philinda Marsh Loveridge.

High priest; acting bishop of Honey Creek and Kanes-
vllle. Iowa. Farmer and gardener. Died Oct. 31, 1887, Fair-
view, Utah.

TERRY, OTIS LYSANDER (son of Otis Terry and Syntha
Ruggles). Born March 12, 1818, Worcester, Mass. Came to
Utah in October, 1850, captain of one hundred In the Warren
Foote company.

Married Fanny Marllla Loveridge Oct. 18, 1842, In Michi-
gan (daughter of Ambrose Loveridge and Philinda Marsh
of Pleasant Valley, Oakland county, Mich.), who was born
July 8, 1825, and came to Utah with husband. Their chil-
dren: Orson Merritt b. Jan. 25, 1845, m. Margaret House-
keeper; Elizabeth Ann b. June 15, 1847, died; Emma Jane
b. Dec. 19, 1849, m. John R. Bennion; Otis Lysander, Jr.,
b. Jan. 6, 1852, m. Sarah Lovenia Howell, m. Lydia Ann
Butterfleld (Mlddleton), m. Mary Johanna Rasmussen; Alvln
Delos b. Dec. 4, 1854, m. Salina Marinda Stewart. Family
resided Mill Creek and Union Fort, Utah.

Married Levee Terissa Dancy July 6, 1851, Salt Lake City,
who was born Sept. 30, 1830, In Upper Canada. Their chil-
dren: Hulda Content, m. Charles Wllford Terry, m. August
A. Hjorth; Obadlah, died; Levee Terissa, m. Edmond
Stewart; Syntha Phyllnda, m. Ole Lasson; Lois Almeda, m.
Amasa Tucker; John Alexander, m. Ruth Daniels; Ira Judd,
died; Emily Anna, m. Hyrum Partridge. Family resided
Union and Falrview, Utah.

Married Jane Hart Nov. 16, 1851, Salt Lake City. Their
children: Mary Jane, died; Ellas Adolphus, m. Metta Mary
Peterson, m. Mary Johanna Rasmussen.

Married Sarah Vail (Howell) Jan. 27, 1853, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Edward Vail of Long Island, N. Y.), who
was born June 24, 1818. Their children: Edmond Lysander,
m. Rebecca Tucker; Fanny Marilla, died; Charles Alfonzo,
m. Margerett A. Anderson; Celestla Melissa, m. Peter Peter-
son.

Married Martha Jane Van Valkenburg Nov. 30, 1856, Salt
Lake City (daughter of Peter Van Valkenburg), who was
born Dec. 7, 1839. Their children: Parley Pratt, died; Mar-
serett Ann, m. Heber Harker; Martha Maria, died; Eugenie
Gertrude, m. Isaac Allred; William Henry, m. Selena Bes-
wlck; m. Lillie A. Searls Barker; Andrew Burdell, m. Bur-
netta Taylor; Wilford Alonzo, m. Emma Hansen.

Families resided Union Fort 1851; North Ogden 1855,
during which winter they nearly starved; Falrview, San
Pete county, 1860, where he was choir leader, officer high
priests quorum, ward teacher, president Y. M. M. I. A. six
years; mayor and city councilman. Built canals, wagon
roads, saw mills; operated a flour mill many years; grew the
first apples; raised first cows, horses and sheep; did exten-
sive farming, and led in building up the community. Died
Nov. 16, 1899, Fairview. His posterity number 383 persons.

The posterity of Sarah V. H. Terry number 428 persona.

TERRY. OTIS LYSANDER (son of Otis Lysander Terry and
Fanny Marrllla Loveridge). Born Jan. 6, 1852, Mill Creek,
Salt Lake Co., Utah.

Married Sarah Lovenia Howell, Feb. 28, 1876, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Elias Willis Howell and Martha Jane
Rigby of Salt Lake City, pioneers 1852). She was born
Jan. 3, 1859. Their children: Otis Lysander b. Dec. 21,
1876, died; Philinda b. July 17, 1880, m. Peter Nielsen; Willis
Elias b. Jan. 28, 1882, m. Pearl Ekins; Martha Lovenia b.
Sept. 5, 1883, m. Ivern Pyne; Charles Delos b. Oct. 22, 1885,
m. Mary Ann Hurst; Fanny b. July 7, 1887; Roselee b. July
8, 1889, m. Robert Lynn Cook; Oscar b. Aug. 14, 1892; Walter
b. Nov. 12, 1893; Emma Jane b. Nov. 12, 1895, died.

Married Lydia Ann Butterfield (Middleton) April 14, 1881,
Salt Lake City (daughter of Jacob and Sarah Butterfleld,
of Taylorsville, Salt Lake county), who was born In 1862.
Their children: Olive Lovlna b. Nov. 16, 1883, m. Frank
Humphries; William Edwin b. Feb. 25, 1886, m. Miss Ballard;
Emma Jane b. May 17, 1889, m. William Dody.

Married Mary Johanna Rasmussen (Terry) Jan. 3, 1900,
Salt Lake City (daughter of Andrew Rasmussen and Sever-
Ine Marie Madsen, pioneers In 1860 and 1862 respectively).
She was born Dec. 26, 1863. Their children: Amasa Vivian
b. Feb. 21, 1901; Andrew Severn b. Jan. 31, 1905; Otis Merlin
b. Oct. 15, 1908.

Superintendent Sunday school; president Y. M. M. I. A.;
2nd counselor to Bishop Phillips at Mill Creek, 1887. Moved
to Fairview 1887; back to Mill Creek 1889; to Provo bench,
1901. Bishop of Tlmpanogos ward, 1903. Farmer and sheep-
raiser. Has 13 living children and 27 grandchildren.

Lydia Ann Butterfleld first married Thomas Middleton.
Their children were: Mary, Thomas and Eliza.

Mary Johanna Rasmussen first married Elias Adolphua
Terry, May 17, 1883, Salt Lake Endowment House (son of
Otis Lysander Terry and Jane Hart of Falrview, Utah).
He was born March 2, 1854 and died Nov. 9, 1895. Their
children: Mary Jane b. Oct. 1, 1885, m. Carl Farley; Elias
Milton b. July 23, 1894, died. Family home Fairview, Utah.
He was a farmer and sawmill owner.



TERRY, PARSHALL (son of Parshall Terry and Amy
Stevens, of New York). Born Sept. 30, 1778, Fort Niagara,
N. Y. Came to Utah Oct. 15, 1849, Allen Taylor company.

Married Hannah Terry March 16, 1802 (daughter of Joshua
Terry and Elizabeth Parshall), who was born Oct. 8, 1786,



Goshen, N. Y., and came to Utah with husband, died Oct. 4,
1877, Rockville, Utah). Their children: Stevens b. Aug.
19, 1803, m. Sarah Bryant; Jacob E. b. July 4, 1805, m. Cath-
erine Brown, m. Mary Urena Rlley. m. Clarissa Williams,
m. Ellen Reed; Dency b. July 20, 1807, m. Samuel Hackett;
Clark b. Sept. 19, 1809, d. child; Joel b. May 23, 1812. m.
Maria Anderson, m. Hannah Shelton. m. Jane Hacken, m.
Rowena Garner; Elizabeth b. Nov. 17, 1814, m. Francia KIrby,
m. John Huard; David b. April 17, 1817, m. Elizabeth Wash-
burn, m. Mary Ann Cunningham; Jane b. May 21, 1819, m.
George Tarbox, m. George Young; Amy b. June 5. 1821, m.
Zemlra Draper Jan. 30, 1842; Marilla b. July 2, 1823. m. John
Crawford, m. Nelson Hanson; Joshua b. Aug. 11, 1825, m.
Ann Greasewood; Mary Emma Reid (Johnson) b. Jan. 20,
1857; Deborah b. Dec. 25, 1827, d. child; James Parshall b.
Jan. 1, 1830, m. Mary Richards (died May 17, 1902) Nov. 2,
1856; m. Sarah K. Brown. Family home South Willow
Creek, Utah.

Toll-gate keeper Red Butte Canyon road, Salt Lake
county, 1849. Moved to Lehi 1851 and to Draper 1853. Kept
toll-gate at bridge over Jordan river at Lehl 1856, and in
Provo Canyon 1858. Died Oct. 8, 1861, at Terry's Mound,
Draper ward, Utah.

TERRY, JOSHUA (son of Parshall Terry and Hannah
Terry). Born Aug. 11, 1825, Albion, Ontario, Canada. Came
to Utah Sept. 26, 1847, George B. Wallace company.

Married Ann Greasewood In 1852, at Fort Bridger,
Wyo. (an Indian girl), who was born in Wyoming. Their
children: George b. Feb. 1, 1853, m. Kate Einis; Jane
b. April 26, 1855, m. John Rldeout.

Married Mary Emma Reid (Johnson) Jan. 20, 1857, Salt
Lake City (daughter of John Reid and Sarah Corter, pioneers
1852, Warren Snow company). She was born June 7, 1840,
at Golden Point, Hancock county, 111. Their children: Wil-
liam Johnson (adopted) b. Feb. 18, 1856; Mary Ann b. Nov.
1857, m. Amelia Charles; Sarah Ann b. Dec. 3, 1861, m. Win-
field Scott Ballard Dec. 15, 1881; Hunter b. Oct. 1, 1883,
m. Harriet Brown; Hannah L. b. Aug. 17, 1865, m. David
Brown 1885; Deborah b. July 4, 1867, died; Emma b. Aug. 3,
1869, m. Hyrum Brown 1889; Ellsha T. b. Oct. 7, 1871; Joseph
H. b. April 28, 1873; Porter M. b. July 21, 1875; Valeria P.
b. Jan. 18, 1877; Deney M. b. Jan. 14, 1879; and Margra b.
Jan. 3. 1880; latter six died; Redell S. b. Jan. 7, 1882, m.
Eliza Henderson 1903.

High priest; patriarch. Assisted in building Fort Bridger.
Indian interpreter; spending fifteen years among the tribes.
Drove first wagon into Davis county, Box Elder county,
and into the Bear River country, and was a pioneer into
many other parts of four states.

TERRY, JAMES PARSHALL (son of Parshall and Hannah
Terry). Born Jan. 1, 1830, Albion, Ontario.

Married Mary Richards Nov. 2, 1856. Mill Creek, Utah
(daughter of John Richards and Agnes Hill), who was born
May 14, 1837, in Home District and died May 17, 1902, Canada.
Their children: Mary Jane b. Sept. 26, 1857, m. David F.
Stout; George Washington b. May 21, 1859, m. Eliza E.
Stocks 1878, m. Fannie L. Slaughter; James Parshall, Jr. b.
Feb. 5. 1861; Hannah Agnes b. Feb. 17, 1863, m. Frank I.
Slaughter June, 1878; Marilla b. Jan. 5, 1866, m. William
H. Beebe March 10, 1888; John Richards b. July 10, 1868,
m. Fannie Melvina Bliss March 20, 1890; David Parshall b.
Dec. 5, 1870, m. Phebe Daly; Deney Elizabeth b. Dec. 5,
1872, d. July 15, 1892; Sarah Maria b. June 27, 1875, d. April
30, 1886; Joseph Clark b. Sept. 21, 1878; L. Daniel b. May 15,
1883; Richard Surprise b. Nov. 16, 1887. Family home Rock-
ville, Utah.

Married Sarah K. Brown, a widow, who is the mother of
Richard Surprise.

Member of bishopric of Rockville ward fifteen years.
Moved to Rockville 1863, and to Hinckley In 1899. School
trustee; road supervisor; Washington county selectman two
terms, beginning 1883. Veteran of Walker and Black Hawk
wars.

TERRY, PARSHALL PETER (son of Timothy P. Terry and
Adella May of Upper Canada). Born Aug. 29, 1832, Upper
Canada. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham Young-
company.

Married Roslna Hadlock Nov. 25, 1852, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Chauncey and Jane Hadlock of Ogden, Utah,
pioneers 1848, Brigham Young company). She was born
Nov. 16, 1832, died Oct. 3, 1884. Their children: Sarah Ann
b. June 25. 1854, m. John Roof; Parshall S. b. July 6, 1856,
m. May Bennett; Rosina E. b. Jan. 1, 1859, m. John Mallen;
Durbin H. b. Nov. 11, 1861. m. Jane Barnette; George A. b.
Aug. 5, 1862, d. Oct. 20, 1863; Orin A. b. March 29, 1864;
Emily L. b. Nov. 11, 1866, d. aged 16; Ellen E. b. Oct. 6,

1867, m. Charles Conklin; Eliza Adella b. Aug. 16, 1870, m.
John Miles; Almeda b. Jan. 16, 1872. m. Walter Hudson;
Coquille b. April 26, 1874, m. William Glenn.

Married Esther Hadlock June, 1856, Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of Chauncey and Jane Hadlock), who was born Feb.
12, 1841. Their children: Timothy b. Nov. 17, 1859, m. Mary
Ann Joyce; Henretta A. b. Feb. 24, 1863, m. William J.
Hodson; John b. Nov. 4, 1866, d. aged 14; Caroline b. 1868.
d. infant: Ida b. Nov. 11, 1869, m. Preston S. Blair; Symon
b. 1871, d. infant.

Married Emily Jane Bond Jan. 8, 1890. at Ogden, Utah,
Frank Burnette officiating (daughter of Henry Bond [died],
and Emily Osborn of England). She was born March 30.

1868, in England. Their children: 'Gertrude H. b. Aug. 8,
1895; Loretta J. b. July 26, 1898. Families resided Plain
City, Utah.

Member 70th quorum seventies; missionary to "Dixie"
1859-61. Justice of peace; school trustee. Farmer; black-
smith and machinist. Died Dec. 16, 1912.






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TERRY, WILLIAM REYNOLDS (son of Moses Terry of
Exeter, R. I., and Sarah Reynolds). Born June 2, 1812,
Exeter. Came to Utah 1852, at head of own company.

Married Mary A. Phillips (daughter of John Phillips and
Polly Allen of Wakeneld, R. I.). She was born March 11.
1815, Wakeneld, and came to Utah with husband; died Oct.
9, 1898. Their children: Albina b. Oct. 5, 1836, m. John
R. Young; Darcus b. April 13, 1838, m. Ostin Farnsworth;
Mary Abbie b. July 12, 1840, m. William Frampton; Joseph
b. June 6, 1842, m. Margaret M. Allen Dec. 4, 1864, m. Annie
M. Garfield (Ennis) Feb. 3, 1892; Benjamin F. b. April 15,
1845, m. Mary Lay; Sarah M. b. Oct. 9, 1848, m. Richard
White; Leah Avon b. Dec. 13, 1852, m. Marlow Andrus; Rose
Annah b. July 7, 1856, m. Laron Andrus; Menerva Deseret
'b. March 22, 1859, m. Willard Andrus. Family home Draper,
Utah.

Served as first counselor to bishop of Draper, and was
the first school teacher in that town. Moved to St. George.
Utah, 1860. Died May 31, 1868.

TERRY, JOSEPH (son of William Reynolds Terry and Mary
A. Phillips). Born June 6, 1842, Van Buren county, Iowa.
Came to Utah with parents.

Married Margaret M. Allen Dec. 4, 1864, Draper, Utah
(daughter of James and Nancy Allen, pioneers 1862, inde-
pendent company). Their children: Joseph A. b. Nov. 29,
1865, m. Hannah Rawlins; Lisadora b. Nov. 6, 1867, m.
Franklin Walker; William R. b. Sept. 20, 1869; Mary A. b.
March 3, 1875, m. Hyrum Peterson; Alma b. Jan. 9, 1878, m.
Annie E. Ennis.

Married Annie M. Garfield (Ennis) Feb. 3, 1892. Their
children: Henry Clyde b. Dec. 6, 1892; James Garneld b.
April 26, 1897.

Served as ward teacher for over 50 years. Active in
settling- of Draper. Went to Arizona in 1872-73, afterward
moving to St. George, later returning to Draper.



TEW, THOMAS (son of Joseph Tew of Burbage. Leicester-
shire, Eng., born May 1, 1777, Bubbenhall, Warwickshire,
Eng., died Oct. 23, 1847, and Elizabeth Billing, born 1779 at
High Cross, Leicestershire, died Sept. 6, 1822). He was
born March 1, 1804, Burbage. Came to Utah Oct. 24, 1855,
Milo Andrus company.



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