Castle Dale (Utah) -- History
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten biography of Ole J. Sitterud by his son. Ole was born in Norway, joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and migrated to Utah in 1877. He lived in Castle Dale, Orangeville, and Fountain Green, Utah.
Photocopy of a typewritten biography of Jasper Peterson, the first Mormon bishop of the Castle Dale Ward. He migrated to the United States from Denmark after his family was converted to the Mormon Church.
Handwritten minute book of meetings. The item records the activities of the school board and records the votes for various school-related issues.
Photocopies of the minutes of the bishopric meetings of the Castle Dale Ward in the Emery Stake, Utah, along with the donation account of the ward and a list of donors to the Manti Temple. The donation account includes names and descriptions of donations in kind. The minutes include the names of those who were called to ecclesiastical positions.
Photocopies of the history of the Relief Society, Castle Dale Ward in the Emery Stake, Utah, 1882-1976. The history includes photocopies of photographs of presidents and officers of the organization, an 1894 Sunday School class, and a quilt made in 1976.
Typewritten biography of Justus Wellington Seeley. Seeley was born in Salt Lake City, Utah; moved to San Bernardino, California; saw human bones at the site of the Mountain Meadows Massacre on the way back to Utah; lived several places in Utah; stood guard during the Black Hawk War against the Ute Indians; and eventually settled in Castle Dale, Utah.
Typewritten biographies of Alexander Jameson Jr. (1859-1943) and Millicent Ferris Hatfield Jameson, a handwritten obituary of their grandson, Dale Seely Jameson, and a typewritten genealogy of the children of Alexander and Millicent Jameson. All items are photocopies.
Photocopies of a handwritten diary, financial recorts, newspaper clippings, and missionary announcements. The diary covers the years from 1899 to 1902 when Miller served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Denmark. His financial records cover the years from 1899 to 1911. The newspaper clippings and announcements are in Danish and relate to missionary activities in Denmark.