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Sarah C., m. William Husbands; Edwin, m. Fanny Harrison,
m. Delia Crockett; Annie, m. Thomas Armstrong; Eleanor,
m. Chaifles Cowley; Eliza M., m. Benjamin Pearson; Salina,
m. Mr. Stout; Henry W., m. Lula Benson, m. Agnes Mackey.
Family home Salt Lake City.

Missionary to England. General overseer In woolen and
velvet works; weaver. Died April 1877, at Salt Lake City.



CURTIS, JOSEPH (son of Nahum Curtis and Millicent
Waite). Born Dec. 24, 1818, Erie county, Pa. Came to Utah
Oct. 12, 1848.

Married Sarah Ann Reed Jan. 1, 1846, Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of Tillison Reed and Delia Byum of Illinois, the
former died in Illinois; latter came to Utah). She was born
March 6, 1826. Their children: Sarah Jane b. Sept. 27. 1847,
m. Alvin Kempton; Delia Presendla b. Dec. 9, 1847, m. J. S.
Whltehead; Zllpha Zobedla b. Nov. 13, 1861, m. Charles Han-
cock; Joseph Hyrum b. Dec. 14, 1853, m. Tabitha Richardson;
Heber John b. Jan. 10, 1856. m. Sarah Windward; Marty
Saphronla b. March 9. 1858, m. William Hancock; Nahum
Tillison b. Sept. 26, 1863, m. Marlon Hill; Frederick Reed
b. May 17, 1866, m. Mary L. Stewart; Edward Alma b. April
20, 1870, died 1872. Family home Payson, Utah.

Missionary to Eastern and Northern States; counselor to
Bishops' Cross and Hancock of Payson ward; bishop of
Payson 4th warid. One of the first settlers of Payson. Indian
war veteran. Farmer. Died Aug. 1, 1883, at Payson.



CURTIS, LYMAN (son of Nahum Curtis and Millicent Waite
of Salem, Mass.). Born Jan. 21, 1812, at Salem. Came to
Utah July 22, 1847, Brigham Young company.

Married Charlotte Alvert, who came to Utah In 1847.
Their children: Julia, m. A. H. Rawleigh; Samuel B., m.
Lucinda Stewart; m. Susan Gardner; m. Ellen Gardner;
Adeline, m. Peter! Elliott; Joseph Nem, m. Sarah D. Gard-
ner; m. Manila Gardner; William F., m. Alice A. Higglns;
Charles G., m. Virginia Killian.

Married Sarah Wells Hartley Aug. 28, 1862, at Salt Lake
City (daughter of Samuel Hartley and Eliza Gill of Shef-
field, Eng.). She was born Aug. 10, 1836. and came to Utah
Nov. 30, 1856, Edward Martin and John Tyler handcart com-
pany. Their children: Sarah b. May 22, 1863, m, Robert A.



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Snyder; Eliza J. b. Feb. 23, 1865, m. Jerome Durfee; Millc-
sent b. June 16, 1867, m. James Edwin Smith; Emma K. b.
July 31. 1869. m. Charles Hanks; Josephine Matilda b. Nov.
30, 1871, d. aged six; Asa Lyman b. Feb. 3, 1877, in. Annie
Llttlewood.

One of seven presidents seventies: missionary to the In-
dians. One of the founders of Salem, Utah, where helped
build roads and canals. Surveyed the first canal at Price,
Utah. Died Aug. 6, 1898, Salem, Utah.



CURTIS, MOSES (son of Nahum Curtis and Millicent Watte
of Connaught, Erie county, Pa.). Born May, 1816, Con-
naught, Pa. Came to Utah Oct. 1, 1860, Stephen Markham
company.

Married Aurelia Jackman May 29, 1839, Nauvoo, 111.
(daughter of Lev! and Angeline Jackman, of Nauvoo, pio-
neers Oct. 1, 1860, Stephen Markham company). Their chil-
dren: Moses Monroe b. Oct. 28, 1840, m. Martha Sims Feb.
10, 1862: m. Josephine Mecham; m. Miriam Malina Rudd:
Levi Nahum and Angeline, died; Evaline Medora b. Aug.
22, 1850, m. John Plum; Delia, m. Libbeus Coons; Marie Mel-
vina, died. Family resided Provo, Salem and Brigham City,
Utah, and Eden, Ariz.

Married Elizabeth Hanks Jan. 11, 1870 (daughter of George
Hanks and Jane Davis), who was born April 15, 1852, Glou-
cestershire, Eng. Their children were two sons and five
daughters. Family home Eden, Ariz.

Rafted timber for Nauvoo temple. Drove two yoke of oxen
and two yoke of cows across the plains. Settled at Provo
In 1852. Assisted to set up first telegraph line between
Provo and Salt Lake City. Directed by Brigham Young,
togethen with other families, to settle along the Little Colo-
rado River; moved to Eden, Ariz., on the Gila river. Patri-
arch; high councilor; presiding elder at Salem and Eden.
Farmer. Died in 1807 at Eden.

CURTIS, MOSES MONROE (son of Moses Curtis and Aurelia
Jackman). Born Oct. 28, 1840, Nauvoo, 111. Came to Utah
Oct. 1, 1850.

Married Martha Sims Feb. 10, 1862, Priovo, Utah (daughter
of George and Caroline Sims, former pioneer Oct. 1, 1850,
the latter of Sept. 24, 1862, Homer Duncan company). She
was born in 1844, Cheltenham, Eng. Their children: Martha
Irene b. Nov. 21, 1863, m. S. C. Richardson; Mariah Miscilva
b. Oct. 6, 1865, m. Andrew Anderson; Lorenzo Monroe b.
Sept. 8, 1867, died; George O'Bostic b. Oct. 20, 1868, m. Lizzie
Esler; Albert Permeno b. Feb. 17, 1871, died; Mary Septem-
niah b. Oct. 3, 1873, died; Ami John b. Aug. 21, 1876, m. Rilla
Oliver; Leah Caroline b. May 17, 1879, m. Cyrus Webb;
Nahum b. April 24, 1881, died. Family resided Salem and
Brigham City, Utah, and Eden, Ariz.

Married Josephine Mecham Oct. 10, 1876, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Samuel Mecham and Sarah Call, of Salem,
Utah), who was borti in 1850, Sessions, Utah. Their chil-
dren: Effle b. Aug. 13, 1877, m. Samuel Tanner; Myron Monroe
b. Nov. 21, 1879; Violet Sarah b. Nov. 7, 1882, m. James Mar-
tin; William Ray b. Oct. 11, 1886, m. Effle Smlthison; Iris
Gertrude b. March 26, 1890, m. Adelbert Holladay; Wallace
Leroy b. Oct. 30, 1892, m. Cynthia Gibson.

Married Miriam Malina Rudd July 24, 1879, St. George.
Utah (daughter of Erastus H. Rudd and Carolina Bradford).
Their children: Laura Amelia b. April 26, 1880, m. William
J. Markham; Elijah E. b. March 22, 1882, m. Anna Rogers;
Alta Jane b. Nov. 23, 1885, m. Henry Plum; Zella Pearl b.
May 19, 1888, m. William Salene; Elda Eliza b. July 18, 1890,
m. William Hawkins.

Settled at Salem, Utah. Assisted to bring Immigrants to
Utah. Was an orderly sergeant in Black Hawk war. High
priest; high councilor; bishop of Eden ward. Constable at
Salem. Farmer and carpenter.



CURTIS, URIAH (son of Charles Curtis). Born at New
York In 1807.

Married Phoebe Martin. Their children: Ann, m. M. A.
Benson; Erastus, m. Mary Caroline Barton; m. Joanna Price
Fullmer; m. Margaret Stump; Lehi; Eliza, m. John Childs;
Mary, m. John Childs; Uriah Martin; Emeline, m. Morman
Minor.

Died In September, 1883, at Salem, Utah.

CURTIS, ERASTUS (son of Uriah Curtis and Phoebe Mar-
tin). Born May 15, 1828, Georgetown, Ohio.

Married Mary Caroline Barton. Their children: Phoebe
A., m. Henry N. Larlin; Matilda C.; Joseph Boulden; William
D., m. Prudence J. Miles; Erastus, m. Agnes Fullmer; Joanna
E., m. George H. Bruno; Florilla, m. John C. Fullmer; Eliza
J., m. James S. Fullmer; Rosetts P., m. William Miles; Joseph
B.; Homer, died.

Married Joanna Price Fullmer Feb. 14, 1860, Spanish Fork,
Utah (daughter of John S. Fullmer and Mary Ann Price).
She was born Dec. 13, 1839, Murfreesboro, Tenn., and came
to Utah Oct. 7, 1848, Willard Richards company. Their
children: Uriah Erastus, m. Lucinda Catherine Black; John
Solomon, m. Susan E. Young; m. Mary J. E. Allred; Charles
Romine, m. Susan Cornelia Stillson; William Edwin, m.
Mercy Miles; Don Alonzo, died; Joanna Price, m. Edward B.
Jones; Mary Ann, died; Irwln Leroy, m. Evelyn Johnson.

Married Margaret Stump. Their children: Elvira, m.
Gustavus Hash; Jacob Lehl; Morman Cornelius, m. Nlas
Marks; Erastus, m. Miss Blackham; Marion, m. Nancy Stoot.
Family home Moroni, Utah.

Died Jan. 20, 1902, Barton, Idaho.
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CURTIS. JOHN SOLOMON (son of Erastus Curtis and Joanna
Price Fullmer). Born April 19, 1863. Moroni, Utah.

Married Susan E. Young July 19. 1900, Manti, Utah (daugh-
ter of Franklin W. Young and Nancy Green, pioneers Sep-
tember, 1847). She was born Oct. 8, 1865, and died Dec 8
1901. Family home Orangeville, Utah.

Married Mary Jane Elizabeth Allred Sept. 28, 1910 Manti
Utah (daughter of William Alma Allred and Nancy Susan
Miles of Emery, Utah). She was born Jan. 8, 1890. Only
child: John, died.

High priest; missionary to Virginia; ward teacher. Jus-
tice of the peace. Farmer; stockman.



CURTIS, SAMUEL THOMAS (son of Thomas Curtis and
Purcy Baldwin of Chautauqua county, N. Y.). Born Dec.
30, 1834, Chautauqua county, N. Y. Came to Utah Sept
15. 1852, Captain Walker company.

Married Mary Augusta Sheffield Jan. 29, 1866, Salem, Utah
(daughter of Anson Sheffield and Mariah Mott of Payson,
Utah). She was born July 27, 1848. Their children: Purcy
Mariah, d. Sept. 26, 1869; Lura Augusta, m. William Kartell;
Thomas, d. Sept. 28, 1870; Jasper Delano; Mary Alice, d.
March 22. 1873.

Married Sarah Olive Butler Feb. 23, 1874, Salt Lake City
(daughter of Kennion Taylor Butler and Olive Durfey of
Spanish Fork, Utah, pioneers 1852, Captain Miller company).
She was born Nov. 15, 1855. Their children: Sarah Olive b.
Dec. 24, 1874, m. Edmond Loveless; Charity Lovisa b. Feb.
21, 1876, m. Henry Dickman; F-rancetta b. Jan. 2, 1878, m.
George H. Pepper; Emma Jane b. Nov. 12, 187s, m. Gilbert
Loveless; Samuel Thomas b. Nov. 27, 1881, m. Nina Johnson;
George Washington b. Feb. 22, 1883, m. Minnie Christensen;
William Henry b. Sept. 13, 1885, m. Tillia Stratford: Kennion
Taylor b. Oct. 29, 1887, m. Emma Taylor. Family home
Salem, Utah.

Councilor In elders' quorum; high priest in Mormon
church; ward teacher. Justice of peace; jailer; pound-
keeper; road supervisor. Indian war veteran 1853-67.
Farmer.



CUSHIIVG, JAMES (son of James Cushing, born Jan. 16, 1800,
and Dina Foster, born In 1801). He was born Nov. 2, 1830,
Wyndham, Norfolk, Eng. Came to Utah Oct. 10, 1853, John
W. Young company.

Married Myrea Long Oct. 13, 1850 (daughter of John Long
and Elizabeth Minns), who was born Aug. 2, 1829. Came to
Utah with husband. Their children: Helen E.; Georgiana;
Clara; James William b. Feb. 11, 18f9, m. Mary Rebecca
Humphrey March 1878; Charles Henry b. Jan. 4, 1863, m.
Nellie E. Ludlow Oct. 28, 1883; John Robert b. Feb. 18, 1865,
m. Alena Amelia Swenson Paul Jan. 6, 1884; George Edward
b. Feb. 28, 1867, m. Georgiana Hawkins April, 1889; Rosette.
Family home Salt Lake City.

Early Salt Lake City merchant.



CUTLER, HARMON (son of Samuel Cutler, born Feb. 26,
1773, and Cordelia Young). He was born July 16, 1779,
Dover, N. Y.). Came to Utah in September, 1852.

Married Susanna Barton Nov. 13, 1825, who died at Nauvoo,
111., Nov. 21, 1840. Their children: Clarinda b. Jan. 9, 1827, m.
Alonzo Raymond Dec. 1845; Royal James b. Feb. 1, 1828, m.
Thida Ann Morton March 25, 1852; Almira b. Oct. 13, 1829,
m. William W. Raymond Dec. 6, 1848; Anna b. April 25, 1834,
m. Charles W. Galloway March 11, 1849; Samuel Bradford
b. Feb. 23, 1835; Benjamin Louis b. Dec. 25, 1836; Orson
Parley Pratt b. Oct. 21, 1839. Family resided Dover, N. Y.,
Council Bluffs, Iowa, and West Jordan, Utah.

Married Lucy Ann Pettlgrew in 1842, at Nauvoo. Their
children: Susanna; Harmon Jr.; Zachariah; Lucy Ann; Ma-
tilda b. June 2, 1853, m. Ephraim Burnett Feb. 28, 1870;
Elizabeth Ann b. June 22, 1861; William b. March 20, 1868;
Jane Susan b. Jan. 21, 1865; Young; Edwin.

Married Elizabeth Shields.

Married Agnes McGregor, who was born Aug. 13, 1843.
Family home West Jordan, Utah.

Wagon maker; farmer. Died Jan. 29, 1869.

CUTLER ROYAL JAMES (son of Harmon Cutler and Sus-
anna Barton). Born Feb. 1, 1828, Amboy, N. J.

Married Thida Ann Morton March 25, 1852, Liberty, N. Y.
(daughter of John Morton and Lucy Gillett). She was born
August, 1827, and came to Utah In 1852. Their children: Mor-
ton Brigham b. Sept. 18, 1853, m. Mary Irene Foot Dec. 2,
1878; m. Artemesia Foot; Thida Ann b. March 12, 1855, d.
July 27, 1875; Rosanna Viola b. Dec. 21, 1856, m. George
Brinkerhoff Nov. 1898; Sarah Lovinah b. March 3, 1858, m.
Sylvester Williams March 3, 1878; Ida Estella b. Nov. 28,
1859, m. George Brinkerhoff; Royal James, Jr. b. Oct. 26,
1861, m. Frances Harris Jan. 10, 1855; Allen Rlley b. Dec.
22, 1862, m. Lucy May Hardy May 28, 1890; Minnie b.
Dec. 28, 1865, d. July 1, 1867; Edwin b. April 12, 1868, m.
MInda Harris 1899; Frank H. b. Jan. 26, 1871, m. Margaret
Sparks.

Missionary to New York 1851-52; bishop Glendale ward.
Member legislature of Arizona; justice of peace at Glendale.

CUTLER, ALLEN RILEY (son of Royal James Cutler and
Thida Ann Morton). Born Dec. 22, 1862, American Fork,
Utah.

Married Lucy May Hardy May 28, 1890, Logan, Utah
(daughter of Charles W. Hardy and Marlnda Andrews), who



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was born Dec. 29, 1873, Salt Lake City. Their children: Lucy
May b. May 2, 1891, d. Sept. 24, 1893; Allen Rlley, Jr. b.
April 5, 1894; Karl Hardy b. April 19. 1896; Charles William
b. 1898; Edwin James b. July 3, 1901; Orvid Ray b. July 21,
1903; Minnie Viola b. Nov. 12, 1904; Eurilla b. April 13. 1906;
Ercil Marinda b. June 9, 1907; Morton b. June 26, 1909; Mary
b. June 26, 1909; Milton b. March 10, 1912.

Missionary to southern states; bishop of Preston ward
1902-07; member high council Onelda stake 1907-11. Organ-
ized Pangultch Stake Academy; principal Sevier Stake
Academy 1890-91 and 1893-94; principal Orderville, and
superintendent schools, Kane county. Graduate Baltimore
Medical school 1899.



neer 1856). She was born March 3, 1841. and died Dec. 28.
1863. Their children: Samuel Henry b. 1862, m. Mary Jane
Collins; Eliza Elizabeth b. Dec. 24. 1863. d. Infant. Family
home Goshen, Utah.

Married Jane Ogden Oct. 9, 1871, Salt Lake City (daughter
of William Ogden and Mary Vickers, of Lancashire, Eng.,
pioneers September 1868). She was born Jan. 26, 1862.
Their children: Mary Alice b. June 22. 1872, d. May 31, 1874;
Eliza Jane b. Jan. 29, 1874, m. Joseph Nelson; Sarah Eliza-
beth b. Nov. 13. 1876, m. Claude Thurber; Rebecca Ann b.
March 11, 1878, m. Lehi Ence; James William b. July 23,
1880, d. March 11. 1887; Henry David b. Oct. 28, 1882; Mary
Ann b. April 15, 1885, d. March 7, 1887; John Thomas b. May
23, 1887; Ethel Geneva b. Oct. 2. 1889; Allle Fern b. Aug. 11,
1893: Pearl b. May 2. 1897. Family home Richfield, Utah.

High priest; bishop's, counselor Pima, Ariz. Assisted In
bringing immigrants to Utah. Farmer.



DACK, PHILIP (son of William Dack, born 1795. Shlpdham,
Norfolkshire, Eng., and Sarah Billham of Swatham. Eng.).
He was born June 28, 1837, Shipdham. Came to Utah Sept.
25, 1855, Williams and Jackman freight train.

Married Cyntha Sildona Maxham May 15. 1859 (daughter
of Charles Maxham and Matilda Russell, pioneers Aug. 13,
1852). She was born Aug. 29, 1843. Their children: Sarah
Matilda b. April 16. 1860. m. Lev! Bown Feb. 1, 1877, d. Jan.

1, 1884; Eva Charlotte b. Jan. 17, 1862. m. John C. Mellor
1880; Ida Eliza b. March 9, 1864. m. Almeron A. Dalton 1880.
d. Aug. 27. 1909; Philip Asa b. Dec. 14, 1865, m. Annie Shanks
1886; Agnes Annie b. July 13. 1868, m. Luther C. Palmer
1885; Clarissa Jane b. April 19, 1871, m. Lafayette Brown
1891; Cyntha Sildona b. Jan. 6, 1873. d. Dec. 13, 1880; Hope
Wayne b. June 3, 1875. m. Henry Roper 1892; Daisy Dean b.
June 10. 1878, m. Andrew Jensen 1899; William Charles b.
May 3, 1881, m. Mattle Anderson 1906; Earl Maxham b. May

2, 1886, m. Aurania May Myrup 1907.

Assisted In bringing immigrants to Utah. Took an active
part in Echo Canyon and Black Hawk wars.



DAILEY, MILTON (son of Luther Dailey. born April 27. 1786,
and Minerva Townsend, born Dec. 9, 1797). He was born
Oct. 14, 1827. Fails township, Luzerne county. Pa. Came to
Utah 1850, Slaughter and Cavett company.

Married Sarah Jane Wilson 1850 (daughter of Whitford G.
and Mary Wilson), who was born Dec. 21, 1830. and died Oct.
22, 1873. She came to Utah 1850 with husband. Their
children were three daughters.

Married Mary Malinda Wilson June 14, 1874, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Henry Hardy Wilson and Frances Kel-
ley), who was born Feb. 6, 1851, Pottawattamie county,
Iowa. Their children: Marlon Dailey b. Aug. 11. 1877; Wil-
son, b. Nov. 12, 1881, m. Ellen L. Benson May 19. 1909; Milton
Luther b. Nov. 25, 1884, m. Emily Reynolds Oct. 19, 1906;
Ephraim b. Jan. 16, 1887.

Settled at Ogden. Assisted In bringing Immigrants to
Utah. Member 38th quorum seventies. Member territorial
militia; called to Salmon river to protect settlers from In-
dians. Resided in Farmington two years; helped settle
Dixie and lived there 18 years. Called to preside over
Harrisburg ward; superintendent Harrisburg Sunday school.
Harrisburg watermaster 12 years. Moved to Arizona, where
he resided 13 years, returning to Utah, settled at Paragonah.



DALEY, PHINEAS (son of Moses Daley and Almlra Barber
of New York).

Married Adallne Grover at Salt Lake City (daughter of
Thomas Grover, pioneer Oct. 3, 1847, and Caroline Whiting,
who died 1841). She was born Feb. 10, 1834. Their children:
Phineas M. m. Ellen Ollverson; Addle, m. George Passey;
Serretta, m. Warren Sirrine; Ornetus, m. Mlllicent Babbitt;
Emma, m. William Ellsmar. Family home San Bernardino,
Cal.

Early day freighter. Died at Mesa, Ariz.



DAI.L, HENRY DAVID (son of James Dall and Ann Mor-
ris, of England). Born April 22, 1820, Wimpole. Cambridge-
shire. Eng. Came to Utah October 1857, Independent com-
pany.

Married Rebecca Carter, London, Eng. (daughter of Rich-
ard Carter and Mary Ann Parkinson), who was born in
Cambridgeshire. Their children: Henry David Jr., m. Eliza
Gold Weech, m. Jane Ogdin; William, m. Phena Hansen;
Elizabeth Ann, m. John Burrlson; Sarah, m. Hyrum Weech;
Mary Ann, m. Simon Miller; James, died; Rebecca, m. John
Holltday. Family resided Pleasant Grove and Goshen,
Utah.

Married Fanny Saunders at Salt Lake City (daughter of
William Saunders). Their children: James, d. Infant; Ar-
thur, m. Nettle Paulson; David, m. Lydla Johnson; Clara and
baby sister died. Family home Goshen, Utah.

President Btshopstafford branch at Hertfordshire, Eng.
Farmer. Died May 8, 1876, Goshen, Utah.

DALL, HENRY DAVID, JR. (son of Henry David Dall and
Rebecca Carter). Born Dec. 13, 1839. Cambridgeshire, Eng.
Came to Utah October 1857. Independent company.

Married Eliza Gold Weech Dec. 25, 1861, Payson, Utah
(daughter of Samuel Weech and Elizabeth Gold, latter pio-



DALLEY, JAMES. Came to Utah in the early days.

Married Emma Wright and among their children were:
Richard Henry b. June 18, 1867, m. Mabel Jane Bryant;
Charles R. b. Nov. 27, 1873, m. Ellen M. Allen.

DALLEY, RICHARD HENRY (son of James Dailey and
Emma Wright). Born June 18, 1867, Summit. Iron county,
Utah.

Married Mabel Jane Bryant at St. George, Utah (daughter
of Richard Bryant and Clara Jones, who came to Utah 1880).
She was born Sept. 11, 1871. St. Louis, Mo., and died July 20,
1897. Cedar City. Utah. Their children: Myrtle Bryant b.
Aug. 16, 1891, m. Osburne Gollghtly Jan. 19. 1910; Clara Bry-
ant b. Jan. 24, 1893, m. Abel Stevenson May 11, 1910; Thurza
Bryant b. Feb. 22. 1895; Emma Mabel Bryant b. June 16.
1897. Family home Summit and Cedar City. Utah.

Married Clara Chrlstensen April 19, 1899. Manti. Utah
(daughter of Simon Christensen and Bertha Maria Jensen),
who was born Nov. 23. 1878, Richfield, Utah. Their chil-
dren: Armorel b. Jan. 25. 1900; Marguerite b. April 12. 1902;
Veleta b. May 21, 1906. Family home Summit and Circle-
vllle, Utah, and Preston, Idaho.

DALLEY, CHARLES R. (son of James Dailey and Emma
Wright). Born Nov. 27. 1873.

Married Ellen M. Allen Nov. 27. 1895. Mantl. Utah. Their
children: Charles Leland b. Nov. 13, 1896; Letha b. June 28.
1901; Marcella b. Aug. 18, 1906; Zelma Helen b. April 11,
1908. Family home Summit. Utah.

Bushop of Summit ward.



DALLIMORE, WILLIAM J. (son of George Dalllmore and
Harriet Harris). Born Dec. 11, 1844, Bath, Somersetshire.
Eng. Came to Utah 1864.

Married Eliza Caroline Slater Dec. 7, 1866. Their children:
Emily Davis; Ida C.; George W., m. Effle Browning; Julia;
Pearl.



DALRYMPLE, EDGAR (son of Luther Dalrymple and Sally
Hammond). Born May 26, 1837. Bolton, Warren county, N.
Y. Came to Utah Oct. 3, 1863, Horton Halght company.

Married Eliza Theodocia Noble Nov. 10. 1866, Salt Lake
City (daughter of Joseph Bates Noble and Mary Adeline
Beman, of Bountiful, Utah, pioneers September 1847, Jede-
dlah M. Grant company). She was born Aug. 12, 1847, on
plains, 60 miles from Heber Springs. Their children: Mary
Eliza; Joseph Edgar; Artemesia. m. Anson Vasco Call;
Erastus Snow; Theodocia, m. William A. C. Keetch; Parley
Noble; Newell Noble, m. Vera Collings. Family resided
Bountiful Utah, and Wardboro, Idaho.

Bishop's counselor; superintendent Sunday schools over
20 years. Died June 18, 1907, Paris, Idaho.

DALRYMPLE, JOSEPH EDGAR (son of Edgar Dalrymple
and Eliza Theodocia Noble). Born Jan. 12, 1872, Bountiful,
Utah.

Elder; missionary to northern states. Farmer. Died
July 25, 1902, Wardboro, Idaho.



DALRYMPLE, OSCAR (son of Luther Dalrymple and Sally
Hammond). Born Aug. 27, 1846. Bolton, N. Y. Came to
Utah Oct. 3, 1863. Horton Halght company.

Married Mary M. Potter May 1862 (daughter of Ansel
Potter and Kesiah Ward), who was born Nov. 20, 1841.
Their children: John H. b. May 1863. died; Onlla E. b. Feb.
12, 1866, m. Calvin Booth Nov. 2, 1888; Calista S. b. Jan.
31, 1868, m. Serenas Bagley Feb. 1890; Oscar b. April 19,
1871, died; Arthur B. b. May 29. 1874; Frank L. b. Feb. 4,
1880.

Early settler In Cache and Bear Lake valleys. In bishop-
ric Wardboro, Idaho, six years; counselor; president Y. M.
M. I. A.



DALTOtf, MATHEW WILLIAM (son of John Dalton and
Mary McGovern of Arbroken, East Meath, Ireland). Born
Jan. 11, 1829, Madrid, St. Lawrence county, N. Y. Came to
Utah Sept. 6, 1850, Independent company.

Married Rozilla Whltaker Dec. 6. 1860, Ogden, Utah
(daughter of James Whitaker and Malinda Flshel of Coun-
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12, 1830, and died June 3, 1898. Their children: James
Mathew b. Oct. 31, 1851, m. Isabella Perry April 5, 1876;
William Albert b. June 21. 1853. m. Mary Jane Williams
Feb. 8, 1876: Mary Malinda b. April 12, 1856, d. Sept. 14, 1856;
Rozilla Marilla b. Dec. 10, 1856, d. Oct. 11, 1870; John Alma
b. Oct. 26, 1858, m. Elizabeth Cook Jan. 22, 1880: Jane Erne-
line b. March 19, 1861, m. Alma Walter Compton Feb. 26,
1886; Martha Melissa b. May 10, 1862, d. July 25, 1880; Ellen
Maria b. Feb. 8, 1864, m. Alexander Stowell June 1886, d.
July 14, 1892; George Alfred b. Oct. 12, 1866, d. March 31,
1867. Family home Willard, Utah.

Married Alice Ophelia Miller Sept. 6, 1868, Salt Lake City,
Utah (daughter of John and Mary Ann Miller), who was born
July 19, 1846, Southampton, Eng. Only child: William Fred-
rick b. April 7, 1870, m. Annie Benson Dec. 16, 1902.

Married Sarah Ann Hymas June 7, 1899, Logan, Utah
(daughter of George Hymas and Sarah Ann Carter), who
was born Aug. 6, 1859, Hackley, Essex, Eng. Their children:
Ada May b. May 6, 1900; Moroni Hymaa b. Feb. 15, 1903.

President 59th quorum of seventies for 48 years; high
priest; missionary to Europe, Mexico and four missions U.
S. A. from 1869 to 1891; bishop's counselor. Justice of peace;
delegate to territorial convention one term; captain of ter-
ritorial militia. Built one of first two houses in Ogden 1850.
Author of "Key to this Earth." Inventor and has secured
many patents; carpenter and farmer. The first to illustrate
by allegorical decoration the difference between pioneer
days and later days in Utah. First to introduce putting in
stone ditches or aqueducts to carry water for irrigation.
Student of astronomy and inventor of a planetarium system.
Made a suggestive map of travels of Nephite nations.
Worked three years in Logan temple and did a work for
3,000 persons.

DALTON, JAMES M. (son of Mathew W. Dalton and Rozilla
Whittaker). Born Oct. 31, 1851. Ogden, Utah.

Married Isabella Dock Perry April 5, 1876, at Salt Lake
City, Utah (daughter of Alexander Perry and Marion Shanks
of North Willard, Utah, pioneers of Oct. 1856, Charles
A. Harper company). She was born March 27, 1857. Their
children: Marion b. Jan. 6, 1876, m. John A. Ward Sept. 14,
1898; Rozilla b. Jan. 18. 1878, d. May 16, 1881; Isabella b.
April 24, 1880; James M. b. Nov. 27, 1882, at Willard, Utah;
Alexander Perry b. Aug. 6. 1886; Robert Dock b. Nov. 10,
1887; William Shanks b. July 22, 1890 (in Cassia county,
Idaho); Edella b. May 23, 1893; Myrtle b. Aug. 17, 1896; How-
ard Linwood b. Dec. 24, 1898. Family resided Willard, Utah,
and Cassia county, Idaho.

Elder. Member Willard school board three terms, and
city councilman two terms; precinct constable; mayor two
terms, and was instrumental in completing waterworks for
Willard; also granted franchise to Ogden Rapid Transit
company electric lines from Ogden to Brigham City. Farmer,
stockraiser and lumberman.



DALY, JOHN J. (son of James Daly and Mary Moxin of
Ireland). Born Oct. 18, 1853, Grundy county. 111. Came to



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