Mormon pioneers -- Utah -- Biography
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
"The Andrus Recorder," vol. 1 no. 1, Oct. 1964. The "Recorder" was dedicated to family news, history, and genealogy. This item includes an autobiography of Milo Andrus (1814-1893) composed in 1875. Milo was a Mormon pioneer, missionary, and colonizer who eventually settled in St. George, Utah.
Notes, typescripts, photocopied sources, and miscellaneous items relating to the biography of Milo Andrus (1814-1893). Milo was a Mormon pioneer, missionary, and colonizer who eventually settled in St. George, Utah.
Typewritten biographies of Utah pioneers. The volume was compiled by Dorothy Alvey Muhlestein. It is listed as "volume 5." Most of the subjects of the biographies were Mormons who settled in Utah. Also included is a history of Camp Manavu of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers.
Biographies of Harris family members written by their descendants. Included are three Harris family pedigree charts. The collection contains biographies of Charles Harris (1834-1916), his wife Louisa Hall Harris (1839-1924), their parents and their children. Charles and Louisa settled first in Toquerville, Utah and later in Parowan, Utah.
This collection includes a letter to LeGrand Baker (Archivist at BYU Archives) which is a biography of the author's husband's grandfather, Alonzo Harrington LeBaron. Mrs. Hutching's information for this account was derived from notes written by Sarah Agnes LeBaron Hutchings and from a short history Sarah dictated to her grandson Theodore Bohn. Also included are two family group sheets of the Alonzo LeBaron Families (he had two wives) and a pedigree chart of his ancestors.