Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Traces seven generations of Elias W. Howell's paternal ancestry. Includes maps, pictures, and other copied documents. Elias's parents joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New York, 1841-42. Elias crossed the plains to Utah in 1852 and settled in North Bend (subsequently named Fairview) in 1860.
Collection includes photographs, diary excerpts, personal correspondence, speeches, transcript of funeral service and a copy of a master's thesis concerning Howell by Richard Stoddard. Also contains a biography of his wife and children and miscellaneous items.
Handwritten, leather-bound compilation of a journal, talks, and family records of Howells' family sewn together in one volume. Includes patriarchal blessings given to Howells' mother, Margaret Evans Francis, in 1853. Most of the items are in Welsh and do not have a date. The patriarchal blessings were translated into English and added to the middle of the volume. Dated approximately 1853.
Collection includes four photographs of the Howe and Steele famililes from the early 1900s. Includes images of John Howe, Vivian Howe Skaggs Armstrong, Frederick Augustus Steele, Helena Knowles Steele, and Marjorie Mary Steele. Dated approximately 1900-1930.
Collection includes 19 photographs of Smith's grandfather, U.S. Congressman Joseph William Howell, and his family.