Mormons -- Utah -- Payson -- History
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Fern Ballard register
Typewritten list of positions and those who held them in the Payson Fourth Ward of the Mormon Church from 1927 to 1938.
Thomas English Daniels journal and patriarchal blessings
Handwritten journal, patriarchal blessings, miscellaneous items, and photocopies of the materials. Daniel's journal describes his spiritual life and daily activities relating to Payson, Utah, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dated 1854 to 1877.
Madoline Cloward Dixon papers
Handwritten research papers composed by Dixon's students. The papers were written by her students after interviewing persons who settled in and around Payson. Also included are essays by Aurora Wilson relating to Payson, copies of handwritten newspapers called "The Philomatheon Literary Gazette," and a record of hours spend by various persons to build the wall around Payson in 1855.
John B. Fairbanks diaries
Handwritten poems written in German from 1882 to 1884. The author has included an index of the poems at the back of the volume. Brox appears to have been a Mormon living in Payson, Utah.
John Claiborne Harper papers
In memorium : Robert Dewey McKell
Photocopy of a typescript. The item is a transcript of the funeral services for Robert McKell (1894-1935) held in Payson, Utah and recorded by Catherine Moulton. The talks were given by McKell's friends and by local Mormon church leaders. McKell was a school teacher who was active in the American Legion and in the Boy Scouts.
Philo Johnson autobiography
Joseph Smith Tanner autobiography
Photocopy of a typescript as "given by Joseph S. Tanner to N. H. Tanner ... at Payson ... Utah." Tanner tells about his early life as a Mormon and about his experiences in Payson, Utah.
To the memory of my dear mother, Jerusha Hancock Tyler
Typewritten history and genealogy of the Hancock, Adams, Bemis, and Guernsey families. Bright writes of the Joseph Hancock family in San Bernardino, California. Also included is a pamphlet by Charles Brent Hancock in which he recounts his life in Payson, Utah, including encounters with Ute Indians and numerous poems and songs written by family members.