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Married Ann Maria Bowen April 16, 1851 at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Israel Bowen and Louisa Durham, latter a
pioneer of 1851). She was bor)n Jan. 3, 1834, Bethany, N. T.
Their children: Vilate b. July 27. 1852, d. June 10, 1862; Israel
b July 2, 1854, m. Medora White Dec. 21, 1874, m. Jane L.
Judd Knight June 11, 1880; Vententia b. Feb. 14, 1856. d.
April 19, 1862; Viola b. June 16, 1858, m. James George;
Anson Bowen b. Oct. 20, 1863, m. Mary T. Thompson; m.
Harriet Cazier, m. Dora Pratt; Harriet Louisa b. April 8,
1866, m. William C. Mann. Family home Bountiful. Utah.

Married Margaretta Clark Feb. 7, 1857, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Clark and Mary Unwin), who was born
May 26, 1828, Nottingham, Eng. Their children: Mary b.
May 24, 1858, m. Thomas Waddoups; Cylista b. April 9,
1860, m. Mark Waddoups; Samantha E. b. Nov. 28, 1861. m.
William C. Mann; Cyntha b. Feb. 20, 1864, m. Thomas Wad-
doups; Willard b. April 25, 1866, m. Adelaide White; Aaron
b. July 3, 1868, m. Samantha A. Willey. Family home

Married Emma Summers Feb. 24, 1857, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Summers and Susannah Stockall),
who was born Aug. 6. 1828, Broadheath, Worcestershire,
Eng. Their children: Ann b. March 15, 1858, m. Kepler Ses-
sions; Fanny b. Aug. 11, 1860, m. Truman H. Barlow; Lucins
b. April 8, 1862, m. Jasper N. Perkins; David b. June 20
1868. m. Eliza Dltmore; Sarah b. Dec. 8, 1870, m. Truman H
Barlow. Family home Bountiful.

Married also Henrietta (Williams) Call (widow of his
brother Josiah) and Ann Clark.

In fulfillment of a prophecy of the prophet Joseph Smith
in Montrose, Iowa. July 14, 1843, that, "He would come to
the Rocky mountains, and that he would assist in building
cities from one end of the country to the other," Anson Call
built a home in Bountiful, then North Canyon ward, at which
place he served as bishop 1849-50 and again 1873-77. In
1851 a special session of the legislature appointed him
probate judge of Millard county with orders to organize
that county, and in 1852 he represented that section In
the 'legislature. In 1854 he founded Call's Fort, Box Elder
county. In connection with his. wife Maria he pioneered
Parowan, Fillmore, Pauvan valley and Carson valley, built
warehouse at Callvllle 1864, the head of navigation on the
Big Colorado river. With his sons Anson V. and Chester,
took part in the Echo Canyon campaign. At the organiza-
tion of the Davis stake, June, 1877, he was made counselor
to President William R. Smith. Promoter of the Davis and
Weber Co. Canal company. A successful merchant and
farmer. Died Sunday, Aug. 31, 1890.

CALL, ANSON VASCO (son of Anson Call and Mary Flint).
Born July 9, 1834. Came to Utah with parents.

Married Charlotte Holbrook June 3, 1854 (daughter of
Joseph Holbrook and Nancy Lampson; married Dec. 30,
1830). She was born Nov. 26, 1833. Their children: Char-
lotte Vienna b. Nov. 7, 1854, m. Chrestian Nelson Nov. 22,
1869; Anson Vasco b. May 23, 1855, m. Alice J. Farnham;
Joseph H. b. Feb. 23, 1857, m. Sarah Isabel Barlow; Mary
Vashti b. Jan. 24, 1859, m. Moses Muir; Ira b. March 23, 1861,
m. Jane Barlow; Hannah b. Jan. 26, 1863, m. William Hatch;
Lamoni b. Jan. 25, 1865, m. Annie Barlow. Family home
Bountiful. Utah.

Married Eliza Dopp at Salt Lake City. Their children:
Chester Vincent b. Oct. 6, I860, m. Annls Barlow; Sidney
B., m. Miss Loveland; Ida, m. Mr. Welton. Family home

Missionary to England 1864-67. Died Aug. 4, 1867.

CALL, ANSON VASCO, JR. (son of Anson Vasco Call and
Charlotte Holbrook). Born May 23, 1855, Willard, Utah.

Married Alice J. Farnham May 17, 1876, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Augustus Farnham and Caroline Pill), who
was born Aug. 6, 1859, Bountiful, Utah. Their children:
Anson Vasco b. May 18, 1877, m. Artemesia Dalrymple;
Adolphus Alvin b. Feb. 28, 1879. m. Sarah Isabel Astle;
Alice Maud b. July 12, 1881, m. Thomas H. Burton; Ella b.
July 14, 1884, m. Carl Cook; Caroline Charlotte b. April 22,
1888, m. Reuben Fielding Burton; Farnham Lamoni b. Aug.
16. 1890, m. Lillle Welch; Chester Alfred b. Dec. 18, 1892;
Lorna Louise b. Aug. 21, 1899. Family home Bountiful.

Married Lucy E. King Dec. 28, 1882 (daughter of Thomas
F. King and Miss Ogrden), who was born Sept. 21, 1865.
Their children: Franklin b. Dec. 24, 1883; Ostella b. Jan. 21.

1888, m. Adelbert Kennlngton: Christian Joseph b. Nov. 21,

1889, m. Alice Walton: Mary Vashti b. Oct. 20, 1891; Fred-
erick William b. Jan. 27, 1894; Walter Leroy b. May 9. 1896;
Laura Ann b. March 7, 1898, d. April 18, 1898; Ira Edward
b. March 22, 1899; George Albert b. June 7, 1901; Edgar
Allen b. Feb. 1, 1904.

Married Rosa Emily Stayner Oct. 1, 1883, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Thomas Stayner), who was born Dec. 11, 1856,

Farmington, Utah. Their children: Thomas John b. Aug. 20,
1884, m. Ethel Grace Papworth; Charles Stayner b. Dec. 16.
1887; Charlotte Vienna b. Oct. 12, 1889; Horace Arthur b.
July 28, 1892; Rosa May b. April 28, 1896; Mary Edith b.
March 21, 1898, d. Nov. 3, 1899.

Superintendent M. I. A. Davis stake 1880-85; missionary to
Europe 1885-87; superintendent Co.-op store Bountiful 1882-
85; county school superintendent 1883-85; superintendent
Sunday schools Afton, Wyoming 1889-92, counselor to Stake
pres. 1892-04. Mayor Afton three tertns.

CALL, ADOLPHUS ALVIN (son of Anson Vasco Call. Jr.,
and Alice Jeanette Farnham). Born Feb. 28, 1879 Bounti-
ful, Utah.

Married Sarah Isabel Astle Aug. 9, 1899, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Astle and Isabel Jane Bradshaw), who
was born Sept. 20, 1879, Montpelier, Idaho. Their children:
Vera Isabella b. June 2, 1900; Adolphus Alwin b. May 5,
1902; Elworth Anson b. June 19, 1904; Alice Maud b. Sept.
13, 1906; Grace Carol b. July 18. 1908; Wilford Ray b. July
21. 1910. Family home Afton, Wyo.

CALL, ISRAEL (son of Anson Call and Ann Maria Bowen).
Born July 2, 1854, Fillmore, Utah.

Married Medora White Dec. 21, 1874, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John S. White and Ann Eliza Adelaide Ever-
ett), who was born April 9, 1855, Farmington, Utah. Their
children: Israel Bowen b. Oct. 10, 1875, m. Martha Balfour;
m. Charlotte V. Davids; John Anson b. Dec. 14, 1876, m.
Annie B. Law; Medora Adelaide b. Dec. 21, 1878, m. Joseph
Bergeson; Vasco b. July 24, 1880, m. Maud Dobie; Schuyler
b. June 9, 1882, m. Edna M. Goff ; Chester Monroe b. April 11,
1884, m. Maud Parkin; Hattie Jane b. June 3, 1886, m. Ezra
L. Sainsbury; Ambrose b. Feb. 29, 1888; Chloe Irene b. Nov.
3, 1891, d. Dec. 12, 1891; Vinson Oro b. Jan. 22, 1893; Willard
White b. Jan. 9, 1895; Eldred Odel b. March 12, 1897, d. May
5, 1901.

Married Jane L. Judd Knight June 11, 1880, St. George,
Utah (daughter of Hyrum Judd and Lizania Fuller, pioneers
1849), who was born May 2, 1849, Pottawattamie, Iowa.
Their children: Lydia b. Nov. 9, 1881, m. Joseph C. Han-
cock; Newel b. Sept. 26, 1883, m. Bathsheba Standiford;
Leonard b. Aug. 16, 1885, d. Oct. 20, 1889.

Missionary with Lot Smith to Sunset, Arizona, from Feb.,
1876, to 1885; member high council of Little Colorado stake;
pioneer to Colonia Diaz, Mexico, 1885. Postmaster at Boun-
tiful 1913.

CALL. OMER (son of Cyril Call and Sally Tiffany). Born
Jan. 9, 1834, Madison, Ohio.

Married Sarah M. Ferrin at Salt Lake City. Their chil-
dren: Omer S.; Sallie A. Cordon; Cyril J.; Albert J.; Nancy
A.; Anson H.; Fanny M.; Lydia J.; George W.; Elihu;
Eleanor S.

Married Eleanor Jones at Salt Lake City. Their children:
Justin D. b. April 6, 1868, m. Lula Bryan; Mary L.; Cyrus
J.; Sarah E.; Joseph; Benjamin C.; Esther; William V.;
Margaret; Chancy H.; Waldemar A. Family home Willard,

CALL, JUSTIN D. (son of Omer Call and Eleanor Jones).
Born April 6, 1868, Willard, Utah.

Married Lula Bryan at Salt Lake City (daughter of Wil-
liam A. C. Bryan and Elizabeth Parks, former pioneer of
1848). She was born Sept. 27, 1872, Salt Lake City. Their
children: Justin Bryan; William Cornell; Verebal; Eleanor
T.; Chancy C.; David H.; Elizabeth; Ruth A.

Principal Juab Stake Academy; graduate Cornell Uni-
versity; superintendent Sunday schools of Box Elder stake.
Judge of the District court. First Judicial district. Mem-
ber Utah society, Sons of American Revolution.

CALL, HOMER (son of Cyril Call and Sally Tiffany). Born
Jan. 9. 1834, Madison, Ohio.

Married Nancy Merrill July 10, 1856 (daughter of Charles
Merrill and Sarah Finley. pioneers 1852, who were married
Oct 12, 1834, Lewis county, Mo.). She was born Nov. 8,
1838. Their children: Nancy Henrietta b. Dec. 4, 1857, m.
Fredrick Parish Dec. 27. 1875; Homer Charles b. Nov. 30,
1859 m. Mary Eveline Taylor March 6, 1885; Josiah b. April
18 1862. m. Dove Facer Dec. 18, 1884; Sarah Elvira b. Aug.
17 1864; Alonzo b. Nov. 17, 1866. m. Elvira Lessie Oct. 21,
1889; Orvis b. Jan. 8, 1868, m. Chloe Ryan April 19. 1892
Amber b. Aug. 12, 1870, m. Enoch Grover May 22. 1889; Del
Vasco b. Feb. 15, 1873; Cyril Sylvester b. July 31 18,7
Eme Salina b. June 11, 1875, m. Ira Pettengill Jan. 17 1894;
Fanny Armetta b. Nov. 30, 1880; Maney Arietta b. Nov. 30,

Pionee^to 7 Box Elder county. Imported first grist mill
and threshing machine to Utah. Farmer and stock raiser.
Died July 12, 1908.

CALL HOMER CHARLES (son of Homer Call and Nancy
Merrill) Born Nov. 30, 1859, Willard, Utah.

Married Mary Evaline Taylor March 6, 1886 (daughter of
John Taylor born May 6, 1838, and Lovisa Beecher. born
Sept 22? 1846, Iowa, pioneers to Utah). She was born Nov.
16 1867 Willard. Their children: Charles Orvil b. Nov.

9 4^ gi

b g iJ: IK!;

Homer Ray b Sept. 15, 1907; Eva T. and Reva T. born July

3, 1907.

Rancher by vocation.



CALL, JOSIAH (son of Homer Call and Nancy Merrill).
Born April 18, 1862, Willard, Utah.

Married Dove Facer Dec. 18, 1884, Logan, Utah (daughter
of George Pacer and Mary Pryor, pioneers 1859), who was
born Jan. 10, 1867, Willard. Their children: Oel F. b. Nov.
24, 1885; Mary Nancy b. Nov. 28, 1887, m. William F. Chan-
dler June 10, 1908; Ethel May b. April 21, 1890; Elmo Josiah
b. Jan. 25, 1893; Dove Alida b. Oct. 3, 1895; Royal Glenn
b. April 30, 1900; Vivian A. b. April 9, 1902; Allon Willard
b. April 29, 1904; Leland b. May 9, 1906; Lola b. Aug. 8,
1908. Family home Rigby, Idaho.

Bishop's counselor 22 years; first counselor to president,
Rigby stake. Justice of peace 1890-92; city councilman two

CALLISTER, THOMAS (son of John Callister and Cath-
erine Murphy of Isle of Man). Born July 8, 1821, Isle of
Man. Came to Utah Sept. 25, 1847, Daniel Spencer company.

Married Caroline Smith Aug. 31, 1845, Nauvoo, 111. (daugh-
ter of John Smith and Clarissa Lyman of Illinois, pioneers
1847, Daniel Spencer company). Their children: Thomas
and Clarissa died; Clara C., m. Francis M. Lyman; Philo-
mela d. 1879; Mary Miranda, m. Edward L. Lyman; Samuel
J. d. 1856; Bathsheba B. d. 1860; Asahel S. d. 1865. Family
home Salt Lake City.

Married Helen Marr Clark Dec. 16, 1845, Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of Russell Kilburn Clark and Elizabeth Towne of
Michigan, pioneers 1847, Daniel Spencer company). Their
children: Helen Marr b. Sept. 26, 1846, m. Henry J. McCul-
lough; Elizabeth Ann b. March 20, 1848, m. Cuthbert King;
Katherine Eliza b. Feb. 10, 1850, m. William E. Hatton;
Thomas Clark b. Aug. 2, 1852, m. Alice M. McBride Nov. 16,
1874; Sarah Melissa b. Oct. 29, 1854, m. Nephi Pratt; Isabella
b. Oct. 5, 1856, m. Francis A. Webb; Margaret Jane b. Oct.
13, 1858, d. May 6, 1875; Daniel Porter b. Dec. 28, 1860, m.
Malissa E. Davis; Susan Delilah b. May 25, 1863, m. Francis
M. Lyman; Russel Kilburn b. Feb. 13, 1865, m. Melvie Smith;
John Warren b. Oct. 15, 1867, m. Mercy Croft; m. Annie Ell-
son; Zina Prescinda b. May 25, 1871, d. June 17, 1871.

Married Mary Levina Phelps Dec., 1863 (daughter of Alva
Phelps and Margaret Robison of Fillmore, Utah). Their
children: Mary Levina b. Feb. 2, 18C5, m. Jacob T. Robison;
Alva Phelps b. Jan. 27, 1867, m. Ella Marcus; m. Jennie
Jensen; George Albert b. Dec. 28, 1867; Ida and Ada b. Dec.
26, 1869; Joseph b. April 29, 1871; William Henry b. July 7,
1872, m. Inez Blood; Elida b. Aug. 5, 1874, m. William M.
Elison; Juliet b. May 25, 1876, m. Clarence Carson; Orson
Pratt b. Dec. 2, 1878, m. Francella Jones; Walter Stanley b.
July 19, 1880, m. Grace Carson.

Married Carlie E. Lyman Feb. 14, 1878, at Salt Lake City
(daughter of Amasa M. Lyman and Caroline Eliza Partridge
of Salt Lake City and Fillmore, Utah, pioneers 1847). Only
child: Joseph Platte b. March 17, 1879, m. Sarah Elizabeth

Served in Walker and Black Hawk Indian wars with rank
of colonel. Missionary to Great Britain 1875-76; bishop of
17th ward, Salt Lake City 1855-61; bishop of Fillmore
1861-69; president Millard stake 1869-77; patriarch 1877-80.
Member legislature 14 years. Farmer and stock raiser.
Died Dec. 1, 1880, at Fillmore.

CALLISTER. THOMAS CLARK (son of Thomas Callister
and Helen Marr Clark). Born Aug. 2, 1852, Salt Lake City.

Married Alice M. McBride Nov. 16, 1874, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Reuben McBride and Mary Ann Anderson of
Fillmore, pioneers 1851). She was born Dec. 4, 1853. Their
children: Ruby Alice b. Nov. 29, 1875, m. Raymond Ray;
Helen Angle b. June 9, 1878, m. Elmer E. Hinckley; Thomas
Clark Jr. b. May 1, 1881, m. Millie Peterson; Wells Reuben
b Dec. 1, 1883, d. Jan. 26, 1886; Laura Adell b. March 27,
1886- Edna Louise b. July 15, 1888, m. John W. Starley;
Mabel Venita b. June 26, 1891, d. Feb. 12, 1892; LaNola b.
March 22, 1893. Family home Salt Lake City.

Bishop of Fillmore; high councilor; counselor in presi-
dency of Millard stake; patriarch. Probate judge of Millard
county, and assessor and collector; mayor of Fillmore; jus-
tice of peace; secretary State Board of Land Commission-
ers; county recorder; member legislature. Land attorney.

CALTOX, WILLIAM (son of George Calton and Esther
Hashurst, of Lancashire, Eng.). Born June 11, 1836, Man-
chester, Eng. Came to Utah Oct. 15, 1863. Samuel D.
White company.

Married Maria Gutteridge Aug. 12, 1861, In England
(daughter of Robert Gutteridge and Hannah Grover, of
Berkshire, pioneers Aug. 20, 1868, Chester Loveland com-
pany). She was born Nov. 10, 1841, Reddington, Eng.
Their children: William H. b. Nov. 6, 1864, m. Sarah I. King-
dom; Walter C. b. Dec. 10, 1866, m. Martha Chapman;
Emily M. b. April 8, 1869, m. Charles H. Kammerman; Annie
M. b. Nov. 26, 1871, m. George O. Burton; George A. b. Feb.
9, 1874, m. Helen Philips; Isadore b. Jan. 28, 1877, m. Annie
Chrtstensen; Henry A. b. Jan. 15, 1880, m. Laura Cox;
Pearl G. b. Nov. 25, 1884, m. Julian F. Smith.

Married Eliza Gutteridge Sept. 26, 1868, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Robert Gutteridge and Hannah Grover), who
was born April 17, 1846. Their children: Frederick b. Sept.
22, 1870, m. Anna L. Wilcox; Alfred b. Mar. 4, 1872. m.
Catherine Ashler; Joseph b. June 25, 1874, m. Mary Inger
Wilcox; Hyrum b. June 25, 1874, m. Mamie Hault; Rosanna
b. March 31, 1878, d. aged 11; Mary Edith b. April 25, 1880,
m. William Vaughan, m. James Hardy; James Herber b.

July 12, 1883, m. Hazel Householder; David Carl b. Aug. 4,
1886. Families resided at Salt Lake City.

Chorister 1st ward Salt Lake City, and member Taber-
nacle choir 40 years. President Nauvoo Legion. Said to
have dug first well in Utah. Died Feb. 4, 1912.

CALTON, FREDERICK (son of William Calton and Eliza
Gutteridge). Born Sept. 22, 1870, Salt Lake City.

Married Anna L. Wilcox Jan. 4, 1893, Manti, Utah (daugh-
ter of Samuel A. Wilcox and Anna C. Peterson, of Cedar
Valley, Utah), who was born Jan. 18, 1874. Their children:
Anna V. born Nov. 6, 1893; Frederick L. b. Sept. 14, 1895;
William Evan b. April 10, 1899; Reva May b. June 23, 1901;
Clifton E. b. July 9, 1903; Leland Samuel b. May 2, 1906;
Velma b. Oct. 22, 1907; Edith b. May 2, 1911. Family home
Riverside, Utah.

Chorister Cedar Valley and Riverside wards, 15 years;
Sunday school choir leader; supt. religion class. Carpenter;

CAMEHOJC, JOHN (son of Alexander Cameron and Cathe-
rine McCullan of Scotland). Born Dec. 25, 1819. Came to
Utah October, 1861.

Married Margaret Fairgrove. Their children: Catherine
b. April, 1847, m. George Southam; James A. b. Sept. 22,
1851, m. Sarah E. Conley Dec. 6, 1875. Family home Ran-
dolph, Utah.

Married Mary McFall at St. Louis, Mo., who was born
Sept., 1826. Their children: Margaret, d. young; Mary, d.
April 6, 1857.

Married Alice Parkinson, who was born Feb. 4, 1828, Lan-
cashire, Eng. Their children: John b. Sept. 9, 1859; Jan-
net b. June 9, 1861.

High priest.

CAMERON, JAMES A. (son of John Cameron and Margaret
Fairgrove). Born Sept. 22, 1851.

Married Sarah E. Conley Feb. 6, 1875, Evanston, Wyo.
(daughter of S. N. Conley and Eve Merckley). She was

born April 14, , Centerville, Utah. Their children:

James A., Jr. b. Jan. 16, 1876, m. Elizabeth Hamp;
Sarah E. b. Oct. 18, 1877, m. Edwin Cornia; Mary P. b. Sept.
9, 1879, m. R. M. Horton; Hattie M. b. July 15, 1881. m. S. J.
Oakey; Elizabeth A. b. Aug. 29, 1883, died; Ethel Pearl b.
Aug. 18, 1885, m. James Jackson; Catherine Ruby b. Oct. 29,
1887, m. Melvin Cornia; Inez Estella b. Aug. 11, 1889; John
G. b. Oct. 4, 1891; Albert G. b. Sept. 25, 1893; Hortense b.
Jan. 26, 1896. Family home Blackfoot, Idaho.

High priest. Moved to Blackfoot, Idaho, 1895. Assisted
In erecting many buildings at Blackfoot. Mason.

CAMPBELL, DAVID (son of John Campbell and Christina
Cowan). Born 1809 In Stirlingshire, Scotland. Came to
Utah Oct. 5, 1862, Ansel Harmon company.

Married Jane Izatt in Fifeshire, Scotland (daughter of
Alexander Izatt and Margaret Mitchell, of Fifeshire), who
was born In 1809. Their children: Margaret, m. William
Kinghorn; John, m. Grace Izatt; William, m. Agnes Brown;
Jane, m. Alexander Kinghorn; Christiana, d. infant; Alex-
ander. Family home Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

High priest; block teacher. Laborer. Died In October.
1877, Salt Lake City.

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM (son of David Campbell and Jane
Izatt). Born Aug. 12, 1841, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scot-
land. Came to Utah with parents.

Married Agnes Brown March 29, 1869, Salt Lake City
(daughter of John Brown and Christiana Thompson of Air-
drie, Scotland pioneers Sept. 15, 1868, John Gillesple com-
pany). She was born April 15, 1847. Their children: Chris-
tiana b. Jan. 5, 1870, m. John E. Sherlock; Jane b. Oct. 9,
1872, d. aged six; Mary E. b. June 24, 1875, m. John W.
Gray; Margaret b. Aug. 21, 1878, d. Infant; William D. b.
Sept. 25, 1879, m. Lizzledor Taylor; John A. b. Aug. 23, 1882.
m. Jennie Rainie; Agnes M. b. Dec. 29, 1884; James b. May
17, 1887, d. infant; Albert A. b. Oct. 29, 1892. Family home
Salt Lake City.

High priest; missionary to Scotland 1896-98; ward trus-
tee; block teacher 40 years. Street car conductor; laborer;

CAMPBELL, JOHN. Born Sept. 12. 1812, Nova Scotia, Can-
ada. Came to Utah 1852.

Married Pernina Rose.

Settled at Cottonwood in 1852. Died Oct. 6, 1893.

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH H. (son of Benona Campbell, born
Feb. 10, 1800, in Pennsylvania, and Mary Lenard, born Sept.
12, 1802, In New York state, married 1821). He was born
Aug. 15, 1837, Kirtland, Ohio. Came to Utah 1850, Stephen
Markham company.

Married Elizabeth Mathews Jan. 1, 1861 (daughter of
Hopkin Mathews and Margaret Morris, pioneers Oct. 2.
1856, Edward Bunker handcart company married May 17.
1844, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales). She was born March 1, 1845,
Combach, Wales. Their children: Joseph b. Oct. 26, 1861,
m. Ella F. Hammond Sept. 29, 1887; Hyrum Alma b. April
30, 1863, m. Caroline Garr Sept. 8, 1886; Hopktn B. b. Feb. 2,
1866, m. Jemima Low Dec. 27, 1890; David M. b. Feb. 27.



1S69, m. Margaret Fife April 8, 1891, m. Libbie Rossiter
May 9, 1894; Margaret E. b. April 19, 1872, m. C. M. Ham-
mond Dec. 21, 1892; Mary Ann b. March 20, 1875, m. Henry
H. Bullock June 28, 1893; Ezra T. b. Nov. 12, 1879, m. Lucy
Pickett April 8, 1902; Nina Amanda b. Feb. 6, 1883, m. Wil-
liam Baer July 17, 1900; Kenneth R. b. Jan. 8, 1886, m.
Aneona Smith Jan. 23, 1906. Family home Providence,

Pioneer to Cache Valley 1859. Assisted in bringing im-
migrants to Utah 1863. Took part in Echo canyon cam-
paign. Ran a sawmill twenty-seven years at Providence;
one of organizers of Providence co-operative store and a.
director of same 20 years. Farmer and miller.

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH (son of Joseph H. Campbell and
Elizabeth Mathews). Born Oct. 26, 1861, Providence, Utah.

Married Ella Freelove Hammond Sept. 29, 1887 (daughter
of Milton D. Hammond and Freelove Miller, married Jan.
29, 1864, Salt Lake City, the latter a pioneer 1858). She
was born April 16, 1865. Their children: Ella Irene b. July
6, 1888, m. Godfrey Fuhriman March 24, 1909; Vesta Free-
love b. March 26, 1891, m. Leon Alder March 6, 1912; Eliza-
beth b. Nov. 5, 1894; Genevieve b. July 7, 1896; Joseph M. b.
Aug. 8, 1898; Alta and Alva b. June 18, 1901 (twins); Glen H.
b. June 14, 1905. Family home Providence, Utah.

Missionary to England 1891-93, also to Northern States
1907-09; bishop 2nd ward Providence 1909; chairman
church building committee for 2nd ward meeting house.
Trustee Providence town two terms. School teacher in
Cache county 1886-1907. Treasurer of Cache county school
district 1911-1913.

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL (son of John and Deborah Campbell
of Ohio). Came to Utah 1849, with members of Mormon

Married Clarissa Rebecca Hall at Salt Lake City (daugh-
ter of William and Clarissa Hall of Missouri). Their chil-
dren: Mary, d. infant; Lizzie, d. child; Joseph, m. Leona
Reynolds, m. Matilda Frances Reynolds, m. Clarissy Rey-
nolds; Benjamin, m. Annie Darling; Polly, m. Messrs. Whit-
ney, Garr, Rhoades and Chatman; James Heber, m. Sarah
Henry; Rozella, d. aged 14 years. Family home Vernal,

Seventy; high priest. Mexican war veteran; fought
against Shoshone Indians. County commissioner. Farmer;
carpenter. Died in 1908.

CAMPBELL, JAMES HEBER (son of Samuel Campbell and
Clarissa Rebecca Hall). Born April 14, 1853, at Salt Lake

Married Sarah Henry in 1881, at Vernal (daughter of
Calvin and Agnes Henry of Park City, Utah; pioneers ox-
team company). Their children: Agnes Rozella b. Dec. 4,
1881, m. Harley Elmer Pope; May, d. aged 3 years; Clar-
issy, m. Alonzo Holmes, m. Jack Dunn; Marion, m. Frances
Ellison; Raymond; Calvin Leroy; Hazel, d. infant; Fay.

Member of the church. Farmer and freighter. Died at
Roosevelt, Utah.

CAMPBELL, CALVIN LEROY (son of James Heber Camp-
bell and Sarah Henry). Born Jan. 20, 1894 at Vernal, Utah.

CAMPBELL, THOMAS (parents resided in Scotland). Born
in Perthshire, Scotland. Came to Utah 1855.

Married Elizabeth Davis, who was born Sept. 17, 1826,
and came to Utah with her husband. Their children: Alex-
ander, m. Ann McNaughton; Janet, d. infant; Joseph, m. Mar-
garet McNaughton; John b. Sept. 9, 1853, m. Marion Jane
Todd March 19, 1890; Thomas, d. infant; Agnes, m. Richard
Jones; William, m. Kate Johnson; Mary, m. James W. Clyde;
James, m. Maud Whitt; Elizabeth, m. C. J. Wahlqulst. Fam-
ily home Heber City, Utah.

Coal miner; worked In first coal mine the Union Pacific
opened at Bear River City, Utah; farmer in Wasatch county.
Died April 25, 1894.

CAMPBELL, JOHN (son of Thomas Campbell and Elizabeth
Davis). Born Sept. 9, 1853, Ayrshire, Scotland. Came to
Utah 1855.

Married Marion Jane Todd March 19. 1890, at Heber City
(daughter of Thomas Todd and Margaret Shankland of
Dumfrieshire, Scotland, pioneers Oct. 1, 1854). She was born
March 19, 1861. Their children: Mazie b. March 12, 1891;
Jennie b. Dec. 31, 1893; Hugh J. b. Aug. 3, 1898. Family
home Heber City.

Stood guard when nine years old in Sevier county during
Black Hawk war. Farmer and stockraiser. Died Nov. 30,
1898, at Heber City.

CAMVOiY, ANGUS M. (son of George Cannon and Ann
Quayle). Born May 17, 1834, Liverpool, Eng. Came to
Utah October, 1849, Reddick N. Allred company.

Married Sarah Maria Mousley July 18, 1858, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Titus Mousley and Ann McMenemy of
Centerville near Wilmington. Del., pioneers 1857, Jacob Hol-
phine company). Their children: George M., m. Marian A.
Morris; John M., m. Zina Bennion; Ann M.; Leonora M.,
m. Barnard J. Stewart; Henry M., d. infant. Family home.
Salt Lake City.

Married Ann Amanda Mousley July 18, 1858. Salt Lake
City (daughter of Titus Mousley and Ann McMenemy).
Their children: Wilhelmina M., m. Abraham H. Cannon-
Angus M., m. Katherine Lynch; David Henry, d. infant-
Lewis M., m. Mary Alice Hoagland Cannon; Charles M.,
m. Ida M. Daynes; Eugene M.. m. Edna C. Lambert; Mary

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