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Bennion, Adam S. (Adam Samuel), 1886-1958

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Dates

  • Existence: 1886-1958

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Wikipedia, via WWW, March 10, 2014 (Adam Samuel Bennion; 1911-1913, Columbia University, masters degree; doctorate at University of California (Berkeley) from 1921 to 1923; education; LDS High School in Salt Lake City; Superintendent of LDS Church Schools in 1919; expanded Church's seminary program; published four books "The Candle of the Lord" (1958), "Looking in on Greatness: Written for LDS Junior Seminaries" (1935), "Principles of Teaching" (1921), and "What it Means to be a Mormon" (1917); Utah Power and Light Company, 1927; Denver and Rio Grande Railroad; April 9, 1953 called by David O. McKay as apostle)

Family Search, via WWW, March 10, 2014 (born 2 December 1886; Taylorsville, Utah; died 11 February 1958; Salt Lake City, Utah; Married Minerva Richards Young on 14 September 1911; five children; parents Joseph Bushnell Bennion and Mary Ann Sharp)

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Funeral services of Archibald Frame, Jr., held in the Taylorsville Ward

 Item — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8396
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a transcription of funeral services for Archibald Frame held on January 19, 1930. The document is a full transcription of the entire services, including the main talks given by Joseph S. Bennion, Hyrum Bennion, Jr., and Mormon apostle Adam S. Bennion. There was also a talk given by the president of the Cottonwood Stake, Henry D. Moyle, who would later become an apostle. The talks feature memories of Frame, emotional support for his surviving friends and family members, spiritual...
Dates: 1930