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F. Burton; Richard W. b. Jan. 26, 1865, m. Ma Packard:
Franklin E. b. Jan. 18, 1869, died one week later; Elizabeth
M. b. Sept. 25, 1870, m. Oscar I. Read; Lorenzo D. b. Oct. 20,
1875, m. Anna Mildred Sisk; Albert C. b. Jan. 5, 1882, m.
Mary C. Stallings. Family resided Salt Lake City and Ogden,

Member of the first artillery company organized In Utah.
Assisted in firing the cannon on the temple block, welcom-
ing Governor Cummings, first governor of Utah sent out
by the president of the U. S. Contractor.

TRESEDER, ALBERT C. (son of Richard M. Treseder and
Jane Edmunds). Born Jan. 5, 1882, at Ogden, Utah.

Married Mary C. Stallings June 15, 1910, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Charles A. Stallings and Mary Farrell of Eden
Utah), who was born May 4, 1884. Their children: Jenive
Lucile b. June 15, 1911; Janet b. June 2, 1912. Family home
Ogden, Utah.

Sunday school and Mutual Improvement Association
worker. Clothing merchant.

TRIM, HYRUM PENDLETON (son of John Trim and Mary
Pendleton of Belfast, Me.). Born Nov. 16, 1815, in Maine.
Came to Utah October, 1861, Captain Hansie company.

Married Maria Argent (Goodwin) October, 1861, Salt Lake
City (daughter of John Argent and Mary Griddley of Somer-
setshire, Eng., pioneers Oct. 1, 1866, Joseph S. Rawlins com-
pany). She was born Oct. 14, 1831, died June 5, 1909. Their
children: Solomon Pendleton b. July 25, 1863, m. Lois Ann
Workman; Amanda Maria b. Oct. 18, 1865, m. Newell Green;
Eunice b. Sept. 22, 1867, m. Samuel Egbert; Lois b. Jan.
3, 1869, d. Aug. 4, 1872; Rosetta b. Oct. 9, 1871, m. Jacob
Killian; Israel D. b. Aug. 22, 1876, m. Mattie Greenlee.
Family home. Salt Lake City.

High priest; ward teacher. Justice of peace, Snyderville,
Utah, to which place he moved In 1861, to cut timber for
court house in Salt Lake City. Died Jan. 25, 1892, Vernal

TRIM, SOLOMON PENDLETON (son of Hyrum Pendleton
Trim and Maria Argent [Goodwin]). Born July 25, 1863,
Parley's Park, Utah.

Married Lois Ann Workman July 16, 1890, Vernal, Utah
(daughter of Jacob Reader Workman and Maria Amity
Johnstun of Vernal, pioneers 1847). She was born Sept.25,
1873, Snyderville, Utah. Their children: De Los Pendleton
b. May 24, 1891; Lois Maria b. Feb. 2, 1893; Gertrude Estella
b. Dec. 5, 1894; Virtu Neften b. April 6, 1897; Jerrold Q. b.
Aug. 2, 1899, d. Jan. 19, 1900; lona b. Dec. 4, 1900; Phila
Phrene b. Dec. 6, 1902; Madge b. Sept. 7, 1904; Ethel Winnie
b. June 23, 1906; Alta Eunice b. Dec. 15, 1908; Jacob Solomon
b. Oct. 19, 1911, d. same day.

Farmer Salt Lake county; moved to Vernal, Utah, 1888,
where he engaged in sheep business with his father until
1902. Then engaged in mercantile and undertaking busi-
ness, later giving up former but continuing latter. Mem-
ber of city council.

TRIMBLE, EDWARD (son of Robison Trimble and Mary
Jefferson of Gatarigg, Cumberlandshire, Eng.). Born April
2, 1815, Eastwoodside, Cumberlandshire. Came to Utah Octo-
ber, 1866.

Married Elizabeth Lennox in Cumberlandshire (daughter
of William Lennox and Elizabeth Sanderson of Penrith,
Eng., pioneers October, 1865). She was born May 9, 1816,
at Aikton, Cumberlandshire. Their children: Mary b. May
9, 1839; William b. Oct. 3, 1842; Susan b. Nov. 27, 1843, m.
George Finlinson; John b. May 31, 1846, m. Emma Lock;
Robison b. March 8, 1849; Jefferson b. Oct. 28, 1851, m. Mag-
gie Fortie; Joseph b. June 6. 1854, m. Malissie Davis; Mary
Elizabeth b. Oct. 28, 1856. Family home Fillmore, Utah.

TRIMBLE, JOHN (son of Edward Trimble and Elizabeth
Lennox). Born 1846, near Carlisle, Eng. Came to Utah
October, 1866, Kimball and Lawrence company.

Married Emma Lock (daughter of Joseph Lock and Eliza
Tayney, the latter pioneer Sept. 6, 1866, Samuel D. White
company). She was born in 1848, Ashwood Bank, Cumber-
land, Eng., and came to Utah with mother.

Settled at Fillmore 1865. Black Hawk Indian war vet-
eran. Worked on U. P. R. R.; also on St. George and Manti
temples; assisted in surveying Deseret Telegraph line to St.
George, Utah.

TRUMBO, JOHN K. (son of Isaac Trumbo and Elizabeth
Keithley of Bath county, Ky.). Born Nov. 14, 1821, in Bath
county. Came to Utah 1855, John Reese company.

Married Mary M. Reese Nov. 29, 1867, Genoa, Utah (daugh-
ter of John Reese and Catherine Miles of New York state,
pioneers 1849 and 1857, respectively). She was born Oct.
16. 1838. Their children: Isaac, d. aged 61; William M.
Ormsby, d. aged 30; John D. Winters; Jacob Wayman, d. aged
26; George; Andrew J.; Howard; Catherine L., m. Edward
McGurrin. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Auctioneer. Died June 19, 1886, in Bath county, Ky.

TUCKER, CHARLES (son of John Tucker ot HIghbray,
Devonshire, Eng., born 1806, and Susan Blackmore of Kentis-
bury, Devonshire, born 1809). He was born Jan. 14, 1842,
at Eastdown, Devonshire. Came to Utah Sept. 25, 1863, Peter
Nebeker company.
Married Betsy Rawle July 23, 1863, at Florence, Neb.



(daughter of John Rawle and Nancy Blackmore), who was
born July 9, 1832. Family home Morgan, Utah.

Married Mary Smith 1882, Salt Lake City (daughter of
William and Grace Smith), who was born 1832, in England.
Family home Milton, Morgan Co., Utah.

Married Annie Hardman Dec. 12, 1884, Logan, Utah
(daughter of John Hardman and Ann Seddon), who was
born Aug. 30, 1866, Haydock, Eng. Their children: Ann
and Susan (twins) b. June 24, 1886; Charles J. b. July 16,
1889- Janet Pearl b. March 30, 1891; Olive Jane b. April 9,
1893; Moroni James b. Oct. 19, 1898; Harold Nephi b. Dec.
29, 1909. Family home Milton, Morgan Co., Utah.

Assisted in building the first stage and mail route through
Morgan county, 1865; worked on flrst transcontinental rail-
road 1867; answered the call for volunteers to commence
the building of St. George temple. One of the presidents
of 35th quorum seventies, 1889; filled mission to England,
returning In 1901. Agriculturist and horticulturist.

TUCKER, SAMUEL STARKEY (son of William Tucker and
Elizabeth Starkey of Cannington, Somersetshire, Eng.). Born
Oct. 16, 1828, at Cannington. Came to Utah 1860.

Married Emma Cotter Sept. 8, 1849, Parish church of St.
James Bristol, Eng. (daughter of Adam Cotter and Jemima
Pullen of Cannington, Eng.). She was born May 2. 1824.
Their children: Emma Elizabeth and Samuel, died; Fanny
Amelia, m. W. F. Stoker Aug. 21, 1870; Isabel Martin, m.
O L Marsh Jan. 2, 1889; Matilda, died; Jemima Curella, m.
Isaac Blair Dec. 25, 1880; Alice Rosena, m. Samuel Blair;
William Charles, m. Annie Reed Aug. 20, 1887. Family home

Married Elizabeth Burgess Neslen (Wheelock) April 10,
1871, Salt Lake City (daughter of Samuel Neslen and Eunice
Francis of Lowestoft, Suffolk, Eng., pioneers Sept. 20, 1853,
Claudius V. Spencer company). She was born June 4, 1835.
Their children: Claudia Edith b. Jan. 8, 1872, m. Ernest H.
Rich Aug. 1, 1894; George Maurice b. March 7, 1874, m.
Minnie Skelton March 7, 1905; Hannah Neslen b. Feb. 4, 1876,
m Clarence O. Brunner Aug. 14, 1901; Ray Starkey b. Oct.
11, 1878, and Walter Roy b. May 6, 1881, died. Family home,
Salt Lake City.

Member 47th quorum seventies. Carpenter. Died Feb. 28,
1893, Salt Lake City.

Elizabeth Burgess Neslen was the widow of Cyrus H.
Wheelock. Their children: Elizabeth Edna b. March 8,
1858, m. Henry T. Gingell Aug. 5, 1875; Samuel Francis b.
Dec. 19, 1859, m. Isabelle Shelton July 29, 1881; Ida Beatrice
b. June 15, 1864, m. George J. Suess Nov. 19, 1884.

TUCKETT, JOHN (son of Charles Tuckett, born about 1800,
Riverton, Devonshire, Eng., and Dunn Tuckett of Devon-
shire). Born April 26, 1834, London, Eng. Came to Utah
Sept. 28, 1855, Moses Thurston company.

Married Sarah Ann Gee April 7, 1862 (daughter of Noan
Gee and Mary Ann Moor married at Philadelphia pioneers
October, 1852, Eli B. Kelsey company). She was born Aug.
18, 1844, and came to Utah October, 1852, Eli B. Kelsey com-
pany. Their children: Sarah Ann Jane b. June 2, 1863, m.
Nicklos Iverson; Caroline b. Sept. 9, 1867, m. B. Y. Johnson;
Lelia b. June 8, 1871, m. Oscar Whiting Dec. 4, 1899; John
b. Jan. 8, 1874, m. Marian Mendenhall Jan. 8, 1873; Josephine
b. Sept. 19, 1876, m. Adelbert Roundy; Charles Noah b. June
27, 1880, m. Evuline Bird; Luella b. March 23, 1884, m. R. G.
Smith July 8, 1908. Family home Springville, Utah.

Drove three yoke of oxen across plains to Utah. Veteran
Echo Canyon war. Hauled timber for first cotton mill in
Utah. Indian missionary 1856; bishop; Sunday school super-
intendent; presiding teacher fifth district; first counselor
to C. Berrie in presidency Y. M. M. I. A.; senior teacher in
parents' class. City councilman.

1886; Read b. July 24, 1890, d. infant. Family home, Salt
Lake City.

High priest. Supervisor of streets and public improve-
ments; member of Salt Lake City municipal council five terms
of two years each.

TCFT, HANS N. (son of Niels Hansen Tuft of Jutland, Den-
mark). Born September, 1807, Veile, Denmark. Came to
Utah Sept. 5, 1863, John F. Sanders company.

Married Ann Tompsen 1840, who was born 1820, in Den-
mark, and there died March 21, 1862. Their children: Chris-
tine, d. child; Neils Carl, d. in king's service; Thomas; Ole
Nielsen b. Dec. 6, 1849, m. Laura Annie Day 1873; Hans Chris-
tian b. June 1, 1851, m. Josephine Wicklund 1872; Jacob A.
b. March 4, 1854, m. Mary Ellen Kearnes; Christian b. Oct.
1856, m. Emma Birtch 1882; Christiana, d. infant. Family
home Gunnison, Utah.

Presiding elder at Mayfleld, Utah; high priest. Veteran
Black Hawk wars. Farmer. Died 1894, Monroe, Utah.

TUFT, OLE NIELSEN (son of Hans N. Tuft and Ann Tomp-
sen of Denmark). Born Dec. 6, 1849, Jutland, Denmark.
Came to Utah with father.

Married Laura Annie Day Jan. 5, 1873, Mt. Pleasant, San
Pete Co., Utah (daughter of Abraham Day and Elmira
Buckley of Kanesville, Iowa, former pioneer contingent Mor-
mon Battalion). She was born June 6, 1853. Their chil-
dren: Joseph Alsted b. Nov. 22, 1873, and Annie Elmira b.
May 24, 1875, d. children; Laura Estella b. Dec. 7, 1876, m.
Hans E. Jensen; Jenette b. June 5, 1878, and Ole William b.
March 17, 1880, d. children; Dora Amelia b. Dec. 26, 1881, m.
John P. Hansen; Arlington b. Sept. 12, 1883, d. child; Fla-
villa Josephine b. July 22, 1884, m. Edgar M. Barton; Bertha
b. April 19, 1887, d. infant; Abraham Summers b. April 1,
1889; Hans Albert b. Feb. 9, 1891; Calvin F. b. Feb. 6, 1893;
Ivan Ira b. March 7, 1895, and Roy b. Nov. 22, 1896, d. in-
fants. Family home Lawrence, Utah.

Bishop of Lawrence ward April 30, 1912; Sunday school
superintendent 1906-10. Member board of directors of Hunt-
ington Canal and Reservoir Association; road supervisor
several years; school trustee. Farmer and stockman.

TUFT, JACOB A. (son of Hans N. Tuft and Ann Tompsen).
Born March 4, 1854, in Denmark. Came to Utah 1863.

Married Mary Ellen Kearnes Dec. 31, 1877, Gunnison, Utah
(daughter of Hamilton H. Kearnes and Mary Mendenhall),
who was born Sept. 23, 1859. Springville, and died. Center-
ville, May 14, 1913. Their children: Anna b. Feb. 13, 1879,
and Alster F. b. Jan. 15, 1881, died; Mida b. July 15, 1885;
Hannah b. Aug. 31, 1888; John W. b. July 19, 1891; Byard
K. b. June 8, 1894; Clyde H. b. Jan. 31, 1897; Thomas b. Sept.
16, 1901; Mary E. b. April 8, 1902. Families resided Gunni-
son and Centerfield, Utah.

Director and president of Gunnison Co-operative Mer-
cantile Institution 4 years. County commissioner San Pete
county 1896-98.

TCDDENHAM, JOHJf (son of Dennis Tuddenham and Amy
Durrant). Born Feb. 17, 1811, Gooderstone, Norfolk, Eng.
Came to Utah Nov. 2, 1864, Warren Snow company.

Married Mary Rumbell 1838 (daughter of William Rum-
bell and Mary Ann Rolfe), who came to Utah with hus-
band, and died Oct. 23, 1899. Their children: Elizabeth Ann
b. March 13, 1840, m. George W. Reed 1866; John b. June 23,
1842, d. infant; Mary Ann b. Sept. 19, 1846, m. George Rey-
nolds July 22, 1865; William John b. May 27. 1848, m. Mary
Ann Read July 22, 1872. Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

High priest. Salt Lake stake; missionary to England
1867-69. Contractor and builder. Died April 6, 1885, at
Salt Lake City.

TUDDENHAM, WILLIAM JOHN (son of John Tuddenham
and Mary Rumbell). Born May 27, 1848, London, Eng. Came
to Utah with parents.

Married Mary Ann Read July 22, 1872 (daughter of John
Read and Mary Ann Barnham, pioneers 1866. Captain
Thompson company). She was born Sept. 4. 1S50, Cam-
bridge, Eng., and came t'^ Utah 1866 with parents. Their
children: Mary Evelyn b. May 1, 1873, m. A. B. Needham
Sept. 14, 1910; William John b. Feb. 24, 1876. m. Alice M.
Calder Oct. 17, 1901; Joseph Rolfe b. June 20, 1879, m. Bertha
O. Atkins Jan. 18, 1906; Florence Emma b. Dec. 6, 1883, m.
J. E. Langford, Jr., Oct. 14, 1908; John Charles b. Nov. 11,

TITRL.EY, THEODORE. Born April 10. 1800. Came to Utah

Married Frances A. Kimberly Nov. 27, 1821, Birmingham,
Eng., who was born June 22, 1800, and died Aug. 22, 1848,
Florence, Neb. Their children: Theodore b. 1822, d. 1825;
Frances Ann b. 1824, d. 1833; Mary Ann b. July 13. 1827
(d. 1904), m. John Cook; Priscilla b. June 1, 1829 (d. 1904),
m. Amasa M. Lyman; Frederick b. May 23, 1832, d. 1875;
Sarah Elizabeth b. Sept. 24, 1835, m. Stephen Franklin;
Isaac b. Nov. 22, 1837, m. Sarah and Clara Dalton; Charlotte
b. April 15, 1840 (d. Nov. 1, 1899), m. Jacob Bushman March
2, 1857.

Married Sarah Greenwood at Beaver, Utah.

Died Aug. 22, 1872, at Beaver.

TURNBOW, SAMUEL. Born 1814. Came to Utah Sept. 24,
1847, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married Sophia Hart 1836, in Alabama, who was born
1820. Their children: John G., m. Sarah Elizabeth Horn;
Robert Franklin, m. Sarah A. Smith; Adeline, d. aged 13;
Sophia, m. William Carter; Milton, m. Mary Mitchell, m.
Sophia Carter; Joseph S., d. aged 10; Margaret Ann, m.
Moroni Mitchell. Family home, Salt Lake City.

Counselor bishopric of 14th ward, Salt Lake City; high
priest; block teacher. Farmer. Died August, 1890.

TURNBOW, ROBERT FRANKLIN (son of Samuel Turnbow
and Sophia Hart). Born Dec. 11, 1840, in Alabama. Came
to Utah Sept. 24, 1847, Abraham O. Smoot company.

Married Sarah Ann Smith Dec. 29, 1860, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Samuel Smith and Martisa Smoot of same
place, pioneers Oct. 14, 1850, Wilford Woodruff company).
She was born Dec. 14, 1842. Their children: Luella A. b.
Nov. 21, 1861, m. Henry S. Harrow; Herme b. Nov. 3, 1863,
d. infant; Robert F. b. Dec. 25, 1864, m. Caroline Hackwell;
JosepK A. b. March 8, 1866. m. Lenny Lyons; Lillian B. b.
Nov. 27, 1868, d. aged 3; Wilford S. b. April 1, 1870, d. aged

2; Parley W. b. Jan. 16, 1872, m. Minnie ; Tersia A. b. Dec.

27, 1874, m. Benjamin Brown; Gertrude A. b. Nov. 3, 1876,
m. Alonzo Libbey; Hette P. b. Nov. 23, 1888, m. Roy Thomp-
son; LaGrande b. Jan. 16, 1889, m. Mary P. Collett. Family
home, Salt Lake City.

High priest; counselor In bishopric of Farmers ward; ward
teacher. Teamster.



TURNER, BENJAMIN GODFREY (son of David Turner,
born June 3, 1819, at Leeds, Yorkshire, Eng., and Rose Collier,
born Jan. 16, 1821, in Yorkshire; married April, 1839). Born
Aug. 18, 1855, at Glenham, Dutchess county, N. Y. Came to
Utah Sept. 12, 1861, John R. Murdock company.

Married Susan Auld Sept. 25, 1879 (daughter of Emanuel
Auld and Elizabeth Uran), who was born April 14, 1857,
and came to Utah, handcart company. Their children:
Susan Rozella b. July 8, 1877; Marion and Miriam (twins)
b. Feb. 6, 1879, d. infants; Benjamin Godfrey b. Dec. 27,
1879, b. Annie White Jan. 6, 1902; Mary Elizabeth b. Dec.
20, 1881, m, Stephen Farnsworth Aug. 1898; Altha -Elnorah
b. Nov. 21, 1883, m. Enoch Holt Jan. 14, 1903; Ray Emanuel
b. Jan. 28, 1886; Ida b. March 1, 1888, m. Byron Cook March
25, 1908; David Ernest b. Oct. 21, 1891; James Collier b. Dec.
19, 1893; Weltha b. Dec. 16, 1895; Artenca b. Jan. 7, 1899.
Family resided Deseret, Holden and Lyman, Utah.

Early settler in Mlllard and Wayne counties. High priest;
councilor; home missionary

TURNER, CHAUNCEY (son of Thomas Turner and Betsy
Bishop of New York and Michigan). Born May 19, 1800,
In New Hampshire. Came to Utah In 1847, George A. Smith
and Orson Pratt company.

Married Hanna Franklin Redfleld (daughter of Zina Red-
fleld of New York). Their children: Mary Ann, m. Robert
Thomas; John Wesley, m. Sarah L. Fausett; Harriet Maria,
died; Julia Ann, m. Thaddius Fleming; Charles and Henry
Moroni, died. Family home Provo, Utah.

Seventy. Farmer. Died September, 1870.

TURNER, JOHN WESLEY (son of Chauncey Turner and
Hanna Franklin Redfleld). Born Nov. 21, 1832, Avon-on-
Hudson, New York. Came to Utah with father.

Married Sarah L. Fausett Dec. 1, 1852, at Provo (daughter
of William Fausett of Kentucky and Matilda Bucher, of
West Virginia, pioneers September, 1851, Rosewell Stevens
company). She was born Feb. 15, 1835. Their children:
Sarah L. b. Sept. 11, 1854, m. Silas Allred; John Franklin
b. Jan. 9, 1856, died; George William b. March 2, 1859, died;
Charles Henry b. Aug. 8, 1861, m. Eliza Haws; Laura Ann
b. Oct. 22, 1863, m. William M. Roylance; Harriet Maria b.
Oct. 10, 1865, m. Alvin Brinton; Clarissa Matilda b. Dec. 2,
1867, m. John Stubbs; Willard Chauncey b. Oct. 15, 1870,
and Eugene F. b. June 13, 1873, and Eva Diantha b. April
17, 1876, last three died. Family home Provo, Utah.

Member 42nd quorum seventies; missionary to Canada,
1855-57, and Las Vegas, 1857-58. Sheriff of Utah county 16
years, 1884-1900; city marshal; U. S. deputy marshal.
Farmer; merchant. Died Jan. 20, 1895.

TURNER, JOHN (son of John Turner and Mary Ann New-
man of London. Eng.). Born February, 1801, Exeter, Devon-
shire, Eng. Came to Utah August, 1861, Homer Duncan

Married Mary Ann Newman at London, Eng. Their chil-
dren: Elizabeth, m. John Gray; Charles; Frederick, m.
Elvira Hyde; m. Caroline Deseret Hyde; m. Sarah Ann Car-
don. Family resided at Hyde Park, Utah, and Montpelier,

High priest. One of founders of Montpelier, Idaho. Built
first frame house in Logan. Builder and architect. Died
1868, at Montpelier.

TURNER, FREDERICK (son of John Turner and Mary Ann
Newman). Born Aug. 17, 1847, Camdentown, London, Eng.
Came to Utah with father.

Married Elvira Hyde Oct. 6, 1869, Salt Lake City (daughter
of William Hyde and Sallie Allred of Hyde Park, Utah, pio-
neers 1847 with a contingent of the Mormon Battalion).
She was born Dec. 31, 1834. Only child: Frederick William
b. Sept. 11, 1870, d. aged 1 year. Family home, Logan, Utah.

Married Caroline Deseret Hyde (daughter of William
Hyde and Sallie Allred, pioneers 1847, contingent Mormon
Battalion). She was born May 3, 1855. Their children:
Sallie Elvira b. Oct. 16, 1874, d. April 18, 1877; Frederick
Hyde b. July 7, 1876; Mary Ann b. Aug. 28, 1878; John Henry
b. Jan. 15, 1881; Oliver Charles b. Aug. 24, 1883; Jennie Vera
b. May 19, 1885; Simpson Montgomery b. Dec. 20, 1887;
Lyman b. Dec. 25, 1889; George Cleveland b. March 8, 1898;
Lettie b. March 4, 1895; Grace b. Jan. 18, 1897; Clara Marie
b. Oct. 8, 1901.

Married Sarah Ann Cardon June 25, 1884, Logan, Utah
(daughter of Paul Cardon and Susannah Gouldin, pioneers
1852). She was born Nov. 30, 1862. Their children: Frank-
lin David b. Jan. 24, 1886; Susette b. March 11, 1888, m.
Hyrum E. Crockett Sept. 6, 1911; Lucy b. July 12, 1890,
m. Charles Jenkins Sept. 18, 1912; Lee Cardon b. Aug. 16,
1897; Marriner Cardon b. Aug. 1, 1902; Laprlel b. Jan. 28,
1908. Family home Logan, Utah.

High priest; acting bishop of Logan, sixth ward. Cache
county sheriff four years; county commissioner four years;,
city councilman at Logan, four years. Manager Implement ,
Houses at Logan and Ogden, six years. Built Uncle Sam
Cleanser factory at Salt Lake City.

Married Sarah Brown March 6. 1864, Brighton, Sussex,
Eng., who was born June, 1840, and died July, 1864, Ante-
lope Springs, Wyo.

Married Anne Williams May 6, 1865, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Morris Williams and Mary Lloyd, of Caernar-
von, Caernarvonshire, Wales. Their child (adopted) :
Mabel Juliet b. July 9, 1885, m. E. L. Rottman.

Married Joanna Williams May 17, 1912, Salt Lake City
(daughter of George M. Williams and Lucy Ball, both of
Jo Daviess county, 111.). She was born Oct. 28, 1855.

Member of 131st quorum seventies; missionary to Eng-
land 1879-81; missionary eastern states 1895. Veteran
Black Hawk wars, with Major Bert company. Carpenter and

TURPIJT, JESSE (son of James Turpin and Nancy Ann Tal-
tum, of Tennessee). He was born June 22, 1816, Stewart
county, Tenn. Came to Utah Sept. 20, 1848, Brigham Young

Married Jane Smith April 16, 1846, Nauvoo, 111. (daughter
of Daniel Smith and Sarah Wooding, of London, Eng., pio-
neers Sept. 20, 1848, Brigham Young company). She was
born Aug. 15, 1827. Their children: Jesse R., m. Joan
Jennetta Litzon, m. Maria Decker; Sarah Jane, m. George
Budd April 7, 1872; Nancy Ann, m. Daniel L. Higley. Family
home, Salt Lake City.

Member seventies; missionary to eastern states 1840, and
to West Indies 1852-54. Saddle and harness maker.

Died June 22, 1854, near Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.

TUTTLE, ELANSON (son of Jeremiah Tuttle and Clarrissa
Powell of Upper Canada). Born Sept. 18, 1807, in Matilda
township. Upper Canada. Came to Utah fall 1850.

Married Mary Ann Taylor Merritt, widow of John Thomas
Merritt, June 29, 1861, Salt Lake City, Utah (daughter of
Edward Taylor and Mary Tarrant, of London, Eng.; came
to Utah 1868). She was born Sept. 9, 1831. Their children:
Elanson; Mary Frances, m. Washington H. Kimball; Julia
Ann; Reuben M., m. Maria Wixey; Amelia Jane, m. Heber
Bouck. Family home Salt Lake City, Utah.

Block teacher. Member Mormon Battalion. Sawmiller.
Died Feb. 17, 1879, at Salt Lake City.

TUTTLE, LUTHER T. (son of Terry Tuttle and Ellen Mills
of New York City). Born Nov. 19, 1852, at New York City.
Came to Utah 1863, Captain Crayton freight train.

Married Abigail Haws July 18, 1846, near Council Bluffs,
Iowa (daughter of Peter Haws of Montreal, Canada, pio-
neer Sept. 9, 1853, Daniel A. Miller company). She was
born June 15, 1828. Their child: Louisa, m. Delia Atwood
Family home Manti, Utah.

Married Lola Ann Haws Jan. 17, 1850, Council Bluffs,
Iowa (daughter of Peter Haws of Montreal, Canada, pioneer
Sept. 9, 1853, Daniel A. Miller company). She was born
Jan. 11, 1833. Their children: Luther and Charlotte E.,
d. young; Albert, m. Lucia Cox; Luther T., d. young; Frank
P., m. Orlette Cox; John H., d. young; Louis E.; Lola A.,
m. James B. Tatton; Lily B., m. William Hosford; Ethelfa
C., m. Edwin Hosford; Alpheus, d. young.

Member 20th quorum seventies; high councilor. Member
of Mormon Battalion, leaving Council Bluffs July 20, 1846,
for Mexico. Mayor of Manti; member legislature two terms.
Merchant; banker.

TURNER, WILLIAM W. (son of Benjamin Turner and Eliza-
beth Cot, of Lewes, Sussex, Eng.). Born Jan. 22, 1842, at
Lewes. Came to Utah Sept. 4, 1864, Kimball and Lawrence
freight train company.

TUTTLE, NEWTON (son of Zerah P. Tuttle and Maria Todd
of North Haven, Conn.). Born April 13, 1825, North Haven.
Came to Utah 1854, Captain Grow company.

Married Emily A. Stone April 7, 1855, Salt Lake City,
Heber C. Kimball performing ceremony (daughter of Amos
P. Stone and Amelia Bishop of New Haven, Conn., former
pioneer Sept. 30, 1850, Joseph Young company). She was
born Jan. 4, 1839. Their children: Emily L., m. David Dille;
Rachel A., m. David Briggs; Newton Z.; Edgar A., m. Cynthia
E. Jones; Clara M., m. Samuel Smith, m. Henry Bartholomew;
Wilford b. March 7. 1867, m. Sarah A. Howard Jan. 23, 1889;
Francis, m. Alzina Bateman; Franklin O., d. aged 17; Jesse
P., m. Martha Dover, m. Martha Cypher; Horace, m. Han-
nah Gifford. Family home East Bountiful, Utah.

Member 13th quorum seventies; missionary to Connecti-
cut one year; high priest. Blacksmith. Died Feb. 13, 1905.

TUTTLE, NEWTON ZERAH (son of Newton Tuttle and
Emily A. Stone). Born Dec. 1, 1863, East Bountiful, Utah.

TUTTLE, WILFORD (son of Newton Tuttle and Emily A.
Stone). Born March 7, 1867.

Married Sarah A. Howard Jan. 23, 1889, Logan, Utah
(daughter of Thomas Howard and Mary Lowe of Bounti-
ful, Utah, pioneers Oct. 7, 1861). She was born Feb. 3,
1871, at Bountiful. Their children: Mary E. H. b. Nov. 21,
1889, m. Lawrence Corbridge; Lucinda H. b. Sept. 6, 1891,
m. F. A. Richards; Christa H. b. Sept. 4, 1893; Wilford H.
b. Sept. 12, 1896, d. infant; Joseph H. b. Oct. 19, 1896; Flor-
ence H. b. Oct. 11, 1898; Fearnley H. b. Oct. 21, 1902, d. in-
fant- Eva H. b. Dec. 10, 1903; Thoral H. b. Jan. 3, 1906; Ida H.

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