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"Battalion Boys," Arrival of. from California 1311

Organization of a Stake in Salt Lake Valley 1311

1847 and 1848 Immigration 1311

Davis County, Settlement of 1311

The Crickets Trials Incident to Pioneer Life 1311

James Brown Purchases the Goodyear Claim Where the

City of Ogden Now Stands 1311

Provisional Government of the Organization of the

State of Deseret 1312

Utah Valley, Settlement of 1312

Nauvoo Legion, Reorganization of 1312

San Pete Valley, Settlement of 1312

Explored by Capt. Stansbury, Salt Lake Valley 1312

Perpetual Immigration Fund, Institution of 1312

Deseret, First Meeting of Assembly of Provisional State

of 1312

Southern Utah, Exploration of 1312

Tooele County, Settlement of 1312

First Sunday School in Salt Lake City, Opening of 1312

Missions in France, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, and

Hawaii 1313

Parowan, Iron County, Settlement of 1313

Indians in Utah Valley, Trouble with 1313

"Territory of Utah," Congress Creates the 1313

"Deseret News," First Number of, Published 1313

Salt Lake City Incorporated 1313

Weber Stake, Organization of 1313

Brigham City, Settlement of 1314

Brigham Young Becomes First Governor of Utah 1314

Edward Hunter Chosen Presiding Bishop of Church. .. .1314
"Book of Mormon" Translated into Danish Language. . .1314
Settlement at San Bernardino, Cal. Made by Mormons. 131 4
John M. Bernhisel Elected Utah's First Delegate to

Congress 1314

Juab County, Settlement of 1314

First Territorial Legislature Convened 1314

Australian Mission, Opening of 1314

Library Territorial Opened 1314

Missionary Work in Southern Europe and Asia 1315

Trouble with Indians 1315

Temple Corner Stones Laid, Salt Lake City 1315

Walker Indian War 1315

Handcart Immigration, First 1316

Fire Department Organization at Salt Lake City 1316

"Echo Canyon War," The 1317

Moqui Indians, Missionaries sent to 1317

Mountain Meadow Massacre, The 1317

Gen. A. S. Johnston and His Soldiers Leave Utah 1318 ;

"Mountaineer," First Issue of. Published at Salt Lake

City 1318

Overland Telegraph Line, Completion of the 1318 ,

Sale Lake Theater, Dedication of 1318'

Anti-Bigamy Law Passed by the U. S. Senate 1319

"Manifesto," Discontinuing the Practice of Plural Mar-
riage Issued by Wilford Woodruff, President of the

Church 1261



42






Names of Those in the Mormon Battalion

COMPANY A



Officers



Jefferson Hunt, Captain.

George W. Oman, 1st Lieutenant.

Lorenzo Clark, 2nd Lieutenant

William W. Willis, 3rd Lieutenant (1st Sergeant at

Muster In).

James Ferguson, Sergeant Major.
Pliinelias R. Wright, 1st Sergeant (Private at Muster

Out).
Ehenezer Brown, 2nd Sergeant.



Reddick N. Allred, 3rd Sergeant.

Alexander McCord, 4th Sergeant.

Gilbert Hunt, 1st Corporal.

Lafayette N. Frost, 2nd Corporal.

Thomas Weir, 3rd Corporal (Private at M. O.).

William S. Muir, 4th Corporal (Private at M. I., 1st

Sergeant at Muster Out).
Elisha Everett, Musician.
Joseph W. Richards, Musician (Died at Pueblo).



Privates



1 Allen, Rufus C.

2 Allred, James R.

3 Allred, Jam'es T. S.

4 Allred, Reuben W.

5 Allen, Albem

6 Brown, John

7 Butterfield, Jacob K.

8 Bailey, James

9 Branson, Clinton D.

10 Brass, Benjamin

11 Blanchard, Mervin S.

12 Beckstead, Gordon S.

13 Beckstead, Orin M.

14 Bickmore, Gilbert

15 Brown, William W.
Hi Bevan, James

17 Bryant, John S.

18 Curtis, Josiah

19 Cox, Henderson

20 Chase, Hiram B.

21 Calkins, Alva C.

22 Casper, William W.

23 Calkins, James W.

24 Calkins, Sylvanus

25 Calkins, Edwin R.



26 Colman, George

27 Clark, Joseph

28 Clark, Riley G.

29 Decker, Zechariah B.

30 Dobson, Joseph

31 Dobson, Eli

32 Earl, James C,

33 Egbert, Robert C.

34 Fairbanks, Henry

35 Frederick, David

36 Glines, James H. (Q.

M. Sergeant at M. I.,
Private at M. 0.)

37 Garner, David

38 Gordon, Gilman

39 Goodwin, Andrew

40 Hulett, Schuyler

41 Holden, Elijah E.

42 Hampton, James (Died

at camp on Rio
Grande)

43 Hawkins, Benjamin

44 Hickenlooper, Wm. F.

45 Hunt, Martial



46 Hewett, Eli B.

47 Hudson, Wilford

48 Hoyt, Timothy S.

49 Hoyt, Henry P.

50 Ivy, Richard A.

51 Jackson, Charles A.

52 Johnson, Henry

53 Kelly, William

54 Kelley, Nicholas

55 Kibley, James

56 Lemon, James W.

57 Lake, Barnabas

58 Moss, David

59 Maxwell, Maxie

60 Mayfield, Benjamin F.

61 Naile, Conrad

62 Oyler, Melcher

63 Packard, Henry (M. C.

as Corporal)

64 Persons, Ebenezer

65 Roe, Cariatat C.

66 Riter, John

67 Steele, George E.

68 Steele, Isaiah C.



69 Sessions, Richard

70 Shepherd, Lafayette

(M. 0. as Corporal)

71 Swartout Hamilton

72 Sexton, George

73 Sessions, John

74 Sessions, William B.

75 Taylor, Joseph

76 Thompson, John C.

77 Vrandenburg Adna

78 Weaver, Miles

79 Wriston, John P.

80 Wriston, Isaac N.

81 Weaver, Franklin

82 Wilson, Alfred G.

83 Wheeler, Merrill W.

84 White, Samuel S.

(Samuel F. on orig-
inal Co. register).

85 Webb, Charles Y.

86 Winn, Dennis

87 Woodworth, Lysander

88 White, Joseph

89 Wiley, Jeremiah



COMPANY B



Jesse D. Hunter, Captain.
Elam Luddington, 1st Lieutenant.
Ruel Barms, 2nd Lieutenant.
Philemon C. Merrill, 3rd Lieutenant.
William Coray, 1st Orderly Sergeant.
William Hyde, 2nd Orderly Sergeant.



Officers



David P. Rainey, 1st Corporal.
Thomas Dunne, 2nd Corporal.
John D. Chase, 3rd Corporal.
William Hunter, Musician.
George W. Taggart, Musician.
Albert Smith, 3rd .Orderly Sergeant.



Privates



1 Allen, George

2 Allen, Elijah

3 Alexander, Horace M.

4 Allen, Franklin

5 Bush, Richard

6 Bird, William

7 Bingham, Thomas

8 Bingham, Erastus

9 Billings, Orson

10 Bigler, Henry W.

11 Boley, Samuel (Died at

Missouri River)

12 Barrowman, John

13 Brackenberry, Benj. B.

14 Brown, Francis

15 Bliss, Robert S.

16 Bybee, John M.



17 Clark, George S.

18 Colton, Philander

19 Cheney, Zacheus

20 Callahan, Thomas W.

21 Church, Haden W.

22 Camp, J. G.

23 Carter, P. J.

24 Curtis, Dorr P.

25 Carter, R.

26 Dayton, William J.

27 Dutcher, Thomas P.

28 Dolton, Henry S.

29 Dunham, Albert

30 Evans, Israel

31 Evans, William

32 Eastman, Marcus N.



33 Freeman, Elijah N.

34 Follett, William A.

35 Fife, Peter

36 Green, Ephraim

37 Garner, William A.

38 Garner, Phillip

39 Hawk, Nathan

40 Huntsman, Isaiah

41 Hoffheins, Jacob

42 Hanks, Ephraim K.

43 Hawk, William

44 Hinkley, Arza E.

(Ezra on original Co.
register)

45 Hunter, Edward

46 Haskell, George



47 Harris, Silas

48 Jones, David H.

49 Keyser, Guy M.

50 King, John M.

51 Kirk, Thomas

52 Lawson, John

53 Morris, Thomas

54 McCarty, Nelson

55 Mount, Hiram B.

56 Martin, Jesse B.

57 Murdock, John R.

58 Murdock, Price

59 Myers, Samuel
(iO Miles, Samuel

61 Noler, Christian

62 Owens, Robert



44



PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



Privates (Continued)



63 Pearson, Ephraim J.

04 Persons, Harmon D.
65 Prouse, William Cook
60 Park, James 1st

07 Park, James 2nd

05 Richards, Peter F.
0!) Rogers, Samuel H.
70 Study, David



71 Smith, Azariah

72 Stevens, Lyman

73 Stoddard, Hufus

74 Simmons, William A.

75 Sly, James C.

70 Steers, Andrew J.
77 Stillman, Dexter



78 Workman, Andrew J.

79 Walker, William

80 Willis, Ira (Ira James

Willis)

81 Workman, Oliver G.

82 Willis, W. S. S.

83 Watts, John



84 Whitney, Francis T.

85 Wright, Charles

86 Wilcox, Edward

87 Wilcox, Henry

88 Wheeler, John L.

89 Winters, Jacob

90 Zahriskie, Jerome



COMPANY C



Officers



James Brown, Captain.

George W. Rosecrans, 1st Lieutenant.

Samuel Thompson, 2nd Lieutenant.

Robert Clift (Promoted from Orderly Sergeant to 3rd
Lieutenant).

Orson B. Adams, 1st Sergeant at M. L, and 2nd Ser-
geant at M. 0.

Elijah Elmer, 2nd Sergeant at M. I., 1st Sergeant at
M. 0.



Joel J. Ten-ill, 3rd Sergeant; (Private at M. 0.)

David Wilken, 4th Sergeant; (Private at M. O.)

Jabez Nowlin, 1st Corporal; (Private at M. O.)

Alexander Brown, 2nd Corporal.

Edward Martin, 3rd Corporal; (2nd Sergeant at M. O.)

Daniel Tyler, 4th Corporal; (3rd Sergeant at M. 0.)

Richard D. Sprague, Musician.

Russell G. Brownell, Musician; (Corporal at M. 0.)



Privates



1 Adair, Wesley

2 Boyle, Henry G.

(Henry B. Miller on
original Co. register)

3 Burt, William

4 Barney, Walter

5 Babcock, Lorenzo

6 Brown, Jesse J.

7 Bailey, Addison

8 Bailey, Jefferson

9 Beckstead, William E.

10 Brimhall, John

11 Blackburn, Abner

12 Bybee, Henry G.

13 Clift, James

14 Covil, John Q. A.

15 Condit, Jeptha

16 Carpenter, Isaac

17 Carpenter, William H.

18 Calvert, John

19 Catlin, George W.

20 Donald, Neal

21 Dunn, James

22 Dalton, Harry



23 Dalton, Edward

24 Durphy, Francillo

25 Dodge, Augustus E.

26 Forbush, Lorin

27 Fellows, Hiram W.

28 Fife, John

29 Fifield, Levi

30 Gould, John C.

31 Gould, Samuel

32 Gibson, Thomas

33 Green, John

34 Hatch, Meltliah

35 Hatch, Orin

36 Holt, William

37 Harmon, Ebenezer

38 Harmon, Lorenzo F.

39 Holdaway, Shadrach

40 Hendrickson, James

41 Hancock, Charles

42 Hancock, George W.

43 Ivie, Thomas C.

44 Johnston, William J.

45 Johnston, Jesse W.

46 Johnson, Jan-is



47 Layton, Christopher

48 Lai-son, Thurston

49 Landers, Ebenezer

50 Lewis, Samuel

51 Myler, James

52 McCuIlough, Levi H.

53 Morey, Harley

54 Maggard, Benjamin

55 Mowrey, John T.

56 Mead, Orlando F.

57 More, Calvin W.

58 Olmstead, Hiram

59 Perkins, David

60 Perkins, John

61 Pickup, George

62 Peck, Tliorit '(Corporal

at M. O.)

63 Peck, Isaac

64 Pulsipher, David

65 Persons, Judson

66 Richie, Benjamin

67 Rust, William W.
OS Richmond, Benjamin



COMPANY D



Officers



69 Reynolds, William

70 Riser, John J.

71 Smith, Milton

72 Smith, Richard

73 Slnipe, James

74 Shupe, Andrew J.

75 Shipley, Joseph

76 Squires, William (Cor-

poral at M. 0.)

77 Shumway, Aurora

78 Thompson, James L.

79 Thomas, Nathan T.

80 Thomas, Elijah

81 Tuttle, Elanson

82 Truman, Jacob M.

83 Tindell, Solomon

84 Wade, Edward W.

85 Wade, Moses

86 Wood, William

87 White, John J.

88 Wilcox, Matthew

89 Welsh, Madison

90 Wheeler, Henry



Nelson Higgins, Captain.

George P. Dykes, 1st Lieutenant.

Sylvester Hulett, 2nd Lieutenant.

Cyrus C. Canfield, 3rd Lieutenant.

Nathaniel V. Jones, 1st Sergeant; (Private at M. O.)

Thomas Williams, 2nd Sergeant.

Luther T. Tuttle, 3rd Sergeant.



Alpheus P. Haws, 4th Sergeant.
Arnold Stephens, 1st Corporal.
John Buchanan, 2nd Corporal.
William Coon, 3rd Corporal.
Lewis Lane, 4th Corporal; (Private at M. O.)
Willard Smith, Musician.

Henry W. Jackson (Henry J. on original Co. register),
Musician.



Privates



1 Abbott, Joshua

2 Averett, Juthan

3 Brown, James 1st

4 Brown, James S.

5 Badlam, Samuel

6 Button, Montgomery

7 Brizzee, Henry W.



8 Boyd, George W.

9 Boyd, William

10 Ba'rger, William W.

11 Compton, Allen

12 Cole, James B.

13 Casto, William

14 Casto, James



15 Curtis Foster

10 Clawson, John R.

17 Cox, Amos

18 Collins, Robert H.

19 Chase, Abner

20 Davis, Sterling

21 Davis, Eleazer



22 Davis, James

23 Douglas, Ralph

24 Douglas, James

25 Fletcher, Philander

26 Frazier, Thomas

27 Fatoute, Ezra

28 Forsgreen John






PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH



45



Privates (Continued)



20 Finlay, Thomas

30 Gilbert, John

31 Gifford, William W.
1)2 dribble, William

33 Hoagland, Lucas

34 Henry, Daniel

35 Hirons, James

3C Hunting-ton, Dimick B.

37 Hendricks, Wm. D.

38 Holmes, Jonathan
30 Higgins, Alfred

40 Hunsaker, Abraham

(1st Sergt. at M. 0.)

41 Jacobs, San ford (Cor-

poral at M. 0.)

42 Kenny, Loren E.



43 Lamb, Lisbon

44 Laughlin, David S.

45 Maxwell, William

46 Meeseck, Peter J.

47 Meaeham, Era^tus

48 Bingham, Erastus

49 Merrill, Ferdinand

50 MeArthur, Henry

51 Oakley, James

52 Owen, James

53 Peck, Edwin M.

54 Perrin, Charles

55 Pettegrew, James P.

56 Rollins, John

57 Rawson, Daniel B.

58 Roberts, Benjamin



50 Runyan, Levi

60 Rowe, William

61 Richmond, William

62 Robinson, William

63 Raymond, Alnion P.

64 Smith, John G.

65 Stephens, Alexander

66 Spencer, W'illiam W.

67 Stewart, Benjamin

68 Stewart, James

60 Stewart, Robert B.

70 Sargent, Abel M.

71 Savage, Levi

72 Stillman, Clark

73 Swarthout, Nathan

74 Sharp, Albert



75 Sharp, Norman

76 Shelton, Sebert C.

77 Sanderson, Henry W.

78 Steele, John

70 Thompson; Henry

80 Thompson, Miles

81 Tanner, Myron

82 Twitchel, Anciel

83 Tubbs, William

84 Treat, Thomas

85 Hayward, Thomas

86 Tippets, John

87 Walker, Edwin

88 Woodward, Francis

89 Whiting, Almon
00 Whiting, Edmond



Daniel C. Davis, Captain.
James Pace, 1st Lieutenant.
Andrew Lytle, 2nd Lieutenant.
Samuel L. Gully, 3rd . Lieutenant.



COMPANY E

Officers

Samuel L. Brown, 1st Sergeant.
Richard Brazier, 2nd Sergeant.
Ebenezer Hanks, 3rd Sergeant.
Daniel Browett, 4th Sergeant.

Privates



James A. Scott, Corporal;

(Died at Pueblo).
Levi W. Hancock, Musician.
Jesse Earl.



1 Allen, John (Drummed

out of service, non-
"Mormon")

2 Allen, George

3 Bentley, John

4 Beers, William

5 Brown, Daniel

6 Buckley, Newman

7 Bunker, Edward

8 Caldwell, Matthew
Campbell, Samuel

10 Campbell, Jonathan

11 Cazier, James

12 Cazier, John

13 Clark, Samuel

14 Clark, Albert

15 Chapin, Samuel

16 Cox, John

17 Cummings, George
IS Day, Abraham

10 Dyke, Simon



20 Dennett, Daniel Q.

21 Earl, Jacob

22 Ewell, William

23 Ewell, Martin F.

24 Earl, Justice C.

25 Findlay, John

26 Follett, William T.

27 Glazier, Luther W.

28 Harmon, Oliver N.

29 Harris, Robert

30 Harrison, Isaac

31 Hart, James S.

32 Harrison, Israel

33 Hess, John W.

34 Hickmot, John

35 Hopkins, Charles

36 Hoskins, Henry

37 Howell, T. C. D.

38 Howell, William
30 Jacobs, Bailey
40 Judd, Hiram



41 Judd, Zadock K.

42 Jimmerson, Charles

43 Knapp, Albert

44 Kelley, George

45 Karren, Thomas

46 Lance, William

47 McLelland, Wm. C.

48 Miller, Daniel

49 McBride, Haslam

50 Miller, Miles

51 Park, Wm. A.

52 Pettegrew, David

53 Pixton, Robert

54 Phelps, Alva (Died on

the Arkansas)

55 Porter, Sanford

56 Pugmire, Jonathan, Jr.

57 Rollins

58 Richardson, Thomas

59 "Richards, L.

60 Roberts, L.



61 Sanders, Richard T.
"62 Scott, Leonard M.

63 Scott, James R.

64 Skein, Joseph

65 Spidle, John

66 Slater, Richard

67 Snyder, John

68 Smith, Lot

69 Smith, David

70 Smith, Elisha

71 Smith, John

72 St. John, Stephen M.

73 Stephens, Roswell

74 Standage, Henry

75 Strong, William

76 Tanner, Albert

77 West, Benjamin

78 Wilson, George
70 Woolsey, Thomas
SO Williams, James V.
81 Whitworth, Wm.




Top row : 1st, HENRY W. BIGLER ; 2nd, AZARIAH SMITH.
Bottom row: 1st, WILLIAM J. JOHNSTON; 2nd, JAMES S. BROWN.

Four of the members of the Mormon Battalion who were working on the millrace ditch
at Sutler's Mill when gold was first discovered in California. Fifty years afterward
these four men were living, and at the fiftieth anniversary celebration of the discovery
of gold they were the guests of the State of California at San Francisco.



Members of the Brigham Young Company That Came

to Utah July 24, 1847



Wilford Woodruff, Captain,
John S. Fowler,
Jacob D. Burnhain,

Ezra T. Benson, Captain,
Thomas B. G rover,
Barnabas L. Adams,



Phinehas H. Young, Captain,
John Y. Green,
Thomas Tanner,



Luke S. Johnson, Captain,
John Holnian,
Edmund Ellsworth,



Stephen H. Goddard, Capt,
Tarlton Lewis,
Henry G. Sherwood,



Charles Shumway, Captain,
Andrew Shumway,
Thos. Woolsey,



James Case, Captain,
Artemas Johnson,
Win. C. A. Smoot,



Seth Taft, Captain,
Horace Thornton,
Stephen Kelsey,
John S. Eldredge,

Howard Egan, Captain,
Heher C. Kimball,
Win. A. King,



Appleton M.Harmon, Capt.,
Carlos Hurray,
Horace K. Whitney,



John S. Higbee, Captain,
John Wheeler,
Solomon Chamberlain,



Norton Jacobs, Captain,
Charles A. Harper,
George Woodard,

John Brown, Captain,
Shadrach Koundy,
Levi Jackman,



Joseph Matthews, Captain.
Gilbroid Summe,
John Gleason,



FIRST TEN



Orson Pratt,
Joseph Egbert,



SECOND TEN



Roswell Stevens,
Amasa M. Lyman,
Starling Driggs,



THIRD TEN



Brigham Young,
Addison Everett,
Truman O. Angell,



FOURTH TEN



Alvarus Hanks,
George R. Grant,
Millen Atwood,



FIFTH TEN



Zebedee Coltrin,
Sylvester H. Earl,
John Dixon,



SIXTH TEN



Chauncey Loveland,
, Erastus Snow,
James Craig,



SEVENTH TEN



Franklin B. Dewey,
Win. Carter,
Franklin G. Losee.



EIGHTH TEN



Charles D. Barnum,
Alma M. Williams,
Rufus Allen,



NINTH TEN



Thomas Cloward,
Hosea dishing,
Robert Byard,



TENTH TEN



Orson K. Whitney,
Orrin P. Rockwell,
Nathaniel T. Brown,



ELEVENTH TEN



Conrad Klineman,
Joseph Rooker,
Perry Fitzgerald,



TWELFTH TEN



Stephen Markham,
Lewis Barney,



John M. Freeman,
Marcus B. Thorpe,



Albert Carrington,
Thomas Bullock,
George Brown,



Lorenzo D. Young,
Bryant Stringham,



Samuel B. Fox,
Tunis Rappleyee,
Harry Pierce,



Samuel H. Marble,
George Selioles,



Win. Wordsworth,
Wm. Vance,



Burr Frost,
Datus Ensign,
Franklin B. Stewart,



Robert T. Thomas,
James W. Stewart,
Elijah Newman,



George Billings,
Edson Whipple.



R. Jackson Redding,
John Pack,
Francis Pomeroy,



John H. Tippetts,
James Davenport,



George Mills,
Andrew Gibbons,



THIRTEENTH TEN



Lyman Curtis,
Hans C. Hansen,
Matthew Ivory,



David Powers,
Hark Lay (colored),



FOURTEENTH TEN

Charles Burke,
Alexander P. Chessley,



Rodney Badger,
Norman Taylor,



Geo. A. Smith,
Geo. Wardle.



Willard Richards,
Jesse C. Little.



Joseph S. Scofield,
Albert P. Rockwood.



Wm. Dykes,
Jacob Weiler.



\Vm. Henrie,
Wm. A. Enipey.



Simeon Howd,
Seeley Owen.



Monroe Frink,
Eric Glines,
Ozro Eastman.



Levi N. Kendall,
Francis Bojrgs,
David Grant.



Philo Johnson,
Wm. Clayton.



Aaron Farr,
Nathan iel Fai rban ks.



Henson Walker,
Benjamin Rolfe.



Joseph Hancock,
John W. Norton.



Oscar Crosby (col-
ored),



Green Flake (col-
ored).
Ellis Eames.



46



PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH 1847



47






BRIGHAM YOUNG

As President of the Quorum of the Twelve
Apostles was leader of the first com-
pany of Pioneers, who arrived where
Salt Lake City now stands, July 24, 1847.



BRIGHAM YOUNG, JR.
Son of Brigham Young and Mary A. An-
gell. Born December, 1836. Came to
Utah with father, 1848. Member of the
Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.



BRIGHAM S. YOUNG
Raymond, Alberta, Canada.






HEBER CHASE KIMBALL.
Born June 14, 1801, Sheldon, Franklin
Co., Vt. Can.e to Utah, July 24, 1847,
Brigham Young Company. First Coun-
selor '3 President Brigham Young.



WILLIAM HENRY KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Vilate Mur-
ray. Born April 10, 1826, Mendon, Mon-
roe Co., N. Y. Came to Utah Sept. 24,
1848, Brigham Young Company.



JOHN HENRY KIMBALL
Son of William Henry Kimball and Mary
M. Davenport. Born March 22, 1851, Sail
Lake City. Engaged in Livery and Trans-
fer Business.





DAVID PATTEN KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Vilate Mur-
ray. Born Aug. 23, 1839, Nauvoo, 111.
Came to Utah 1848. President Bear Lake
Stake.



THATCHER KIMBALL
Son ot David Patten Kimball and Caroline
Marian Williams. Born 1883, St. David,
Arizona. Harness and Hardware Merchant.



SOLOMON FARNHAM KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Vilate Mu -
ray. Came to Utah 1848. Indian Vfa"
Veteran. Peace Officer; Bailiff United
States District Court.



48



PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH 1847





JOSEPH KIMBALL

Son of Heber C. Kimball and Prescinda L.
Huntington. Born Dec. 22, 1851, Salt Lake
City. Bishop 1st Ward, Logan, Utah.



NEWEL W. KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Sarah Ann
Whitney. Born May 19, 1862, Salt Lake
City. Member Cache Stake Presidency.



ABRAHAM ALONZO KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Clarissa Cut-
ler. Farmer.





JONATHAN GOLDEN KIMBALL
Son of Heber Chase Kimball and Chris-
teen Golden. One of the Seven Presidents
of Seventies, and their Secretary.



DANIEL H. KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Annie Gheen.
Born Feb. 8, 1856, Salt Lake City. Seventy.



LOUIS C. KIMBALL,

Son of Daniel H. Kimball and Joan Okie-
berry. Born Aug. 16, 1884, Salt Lake
City. Elder.




WILLIAM GHEEN KIMBALL
Son of Heber C. Kimball and Amanda
Gheen. Born March 3, 1851, Salt Lake
City. Resides at Rigby, Idaho.



JOHN SMITH

Born July 16, 1781, Derryfield, N. H. ; was
of Co. E, Mormon Battalion. High Priest ;
Presiding Patriarch 1849.



GEORGE ALBERT SMITH



Son of John Smith and Clarissa Lyman.
Born June 26, 1817, Potsdam, St. Law-
rence Co., N. Y. Came to Utah July 24,
1847. Member of Quorum of the Twelve
Apostle*.



PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH 1847



49




JOHN HENRY SMITH
Son of George Albert Smith and Sarah
Ann Libby. Born Sept. 18, 1848, Kanes-
ville, Iowa. Came to Utah Oct. 27, 1849.
Bishop of 17th Ward. Member of Quorum
of the Twelve Apostles.



GEORGE ALBERT SMITH
Son of John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr.
Born April 4, 1870, Salt Lake City. Mem-
ber of Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
Missionary to Southern States 1892-94.



APHEK WOODRUFF

Father of Wilford Woodruff. Came to
Utah 1847.




WILFORD WOODRUFF
Son of Aphek Woodruff and Beulah
Thompson. Came to Utah July 24, 1847,
Brigliam Young Co. President Church of
J68US Christ of Latter-day Saints.



WILFORD WOODRUFF, JR.
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Phoebe Whit-
temore. Born March 22, 1840, Montrose,
Iowa. Came to Utah Oct. 14, 1850, Wil-
ford Woodruff Company.



WILFORD SMITH WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff, Jr., and Emily
Jane Smith. Born Sept. 25, 1871, Salt
Lake City. Salesman.






ASAHEL H. WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Emma Smith.
Born Feb. 3, 1863, Salt Lake City. Bishop
of Waterloo Ward. Manager Wholesale
Dry Goods Department Z. C. M. I.
4



ABRAHAM OWEN WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Emma Smith.
Born Nov. 23, 1872. Member Quorum of
the Twelve Apostles.



DAVID PATTEN WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Sarah
Brown. Born April 4, 1854, Salt Lake
City. High Councilor ; Assessor, Collector
and Treasurer.



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ENSIGN WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Sarah De-
light Stocking-. Born Dec. 23, 1865, Salt
Lake City. Pres. 14th Quorum Seventies.



J. J. WOODRUFF

Son of Wilford Woodruff and Sarah De-
light Stocking.



MARION WOODRUFF
Son of Wilford Woodruff and Sarah De-
liKht Stocking.






AMASA MASON LYMAN
Born March 30, 1813, Lyman, Graf ton Co.,
N. H. Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brig-
ham Young Company. Member of Quo-
rum of the Twelve Apostles.



FRANCIS MARION LYMAN
Son of Amasa M. Lyman and Louisa
Maria Tanner. Born Jan. 12, 1840, Good-
hope, 111. President of the Quorum of
Twelve Apostles.



FRANCIS M. LYMAN, JR.
Son of Francis M. Lyman and Rhoda Ann
Taylor. Born Sept. 25, 1863, Fillmore,
Utah. Missionary Civil and Mining
Engineer.




RICHARD ROSWELL LYMAN
Son of Francis M. Lyman and Clara Caro-
line Calllster. Born Nov. 23, 1870, Fill-
more, Utah. President of Y. M. M. I. A.,
Salt Lake Stake 1896-1902.



GEORGIA ALBERT LYMAN
Son of Francis M. Lyman and Clara Caro-
line Callister. Born Nov. 14, 1873.



JOHN C. LYMAN

Son of Francis M. Lyman and Clara Caro-
line Callister. Born Sept. 24, 1880.



PIONEERS AND PROMINENT MEN OF UTAH 1847



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WALDO WILCKEN LYMAN
Son of Francis M. Lyman and Susan
Delilah Callister. Born March 2, 1893,
Salt Lake City.



AMASA MASON LYMAN, JR.
Son of Amasa Mason Lyman and Louisa
Maria Tanner. Born Feb. 22, 1846, Nau-
voo, 111. Black Hawk Indian War Veteran.
Assisted immigration.



ORSON PRATT

Born Sept. 19, 1811, Hartford, N. Y.
Came to Utah July 21, 1847, Brigham
Young Co. Member of the first Quorum of
the Twelve Apostles. Church historian.





M1LANDO PRATT
Son of Orson Pratt and Mary Ann Mer-
rill. Born Sept. 30, 1848, Harris Grove.
Iowa. Patriarch. Mining Man.



W1LLARD RICHARDS
Born June 24, 1804, in Massachusetts.
Came to Utah July 24, 1847, Brigham
Young Company. Apostle. Present at the
Death of the Prophet Joseph Smith.



CALVIN W. RICHARDS.
Son of Willard Richards and Rhoda Har-
riett Foss. Born Oct. 7, 1852, Salt Lake
City.







GEORGE GILL RICHARDS
ion of Stephen Longstroth Richa'rds (son
>f Willard Richards) and Emma Louise
5tayner. Born Sept. 5, 1883, Salt Lake
'ity. Physician and Surgeon.



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