Orangeville (Utah) -- History
Found in 5 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.
Typescript of a biography of Noah T. Guymon; miscellaneous legal, ecclesiastical, and genealogical records; and photocopies of many of them. The records pertain to members of the Guymon family and include five handwritten patriarchal blessings and several letters.
Photocopy of a typewritten history. Jewkes writes about the history of his family and the descendants of Samuel Jewkes. The family consisted of Mormons who lived in Orangeville and other places in Emery County, Utah.
Materials include seven slides taken by Clifford F. McKinney of President David O. McKay at Deseret Coal Mine on September 14, 1953 for the meeting and reopening of the mine. There are pictures of President McKay in the mine and talking to the miners.