Josephine Hinckley Bentley was one of the first sister missionaries to serve in California. The Josephine Hinckley Bentley mission diary includes the photocopied account of Josephine's mission to California. The diary is from 1913 and includes information about Josephine's daily activities as a missionary including information about her associates and especially her love of singing. (She was a soloist for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir).
- Bentley, Josephine Hinckley (Person)
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Materials are in English.
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The Josephine Hinckley Bentley mission diary includes the photocopied account of Josephine's mission to California. The diary is from 1913.
Josephine Hinckley was born on August 5, 1887, in Fillmore, Millard County, Utah, to Ira Noble Hinckley and Lilian King. She was a sister missionary in California in 1913. She married Leroy Bentley on August 19, 1914, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She and Leroy had six children. She passed away on May 10, 1978, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Custodial History note
Donated by L. Richard Bentley in 1986.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Donated; L. Richard Bentley; 1986.
LDS, Utah, and Western American women (19th century Western & Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy).
Processing Information note
Processed; Katie Connors, student processor; John Murphy, curator; 2009.
- Register of Josephine Hinckley Bentley mission diary
- Benjamin Sipes
- 2011 June 14
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