Latter Day Saint converts
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten biographies of ancestors of Rawlinson which relate life in numerous Utah communities in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Included is an excerpt from the 1857 diary of James Farmer.
Typewritten biographical sketch of John G. Jones which contains accounts of his early life in Wales, his conversion to the Latter-day Saint Church, his immigration to the United States, and his church service in Utah.
Includes journals, an autobiography, family genealogy, biographical information, and correspondence and research information from Philip L. Walker. Describes Flygare's personal life, pioneer memories, missionary experiences, LDS Church activities, leadership activities in business and civic activities in Sweden and Utah.
Typescript of a journal which gives accounts of Young's conversion to Mormonism, visits of church leaders, marriage to Brigham Young, exodus west, experiences in Utah and her feelings about women's suffrage and the practice of polygamy.
Contains lists of Protestant and Catholic churches. Also contains letters about Catholic Priests who converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dated 1957 to 1958.
Contains letters, memos and clippings discussing the growth of the Catholic church and ex-catholic priests. Dated 1959 to 1962.
Letters, poems, legal certificates, and biographies of the Pickett family. The bulk of the collection relates to David W. Rogers (1787-1881), his daughter Susannah (1813-1905), and her first spouse Beneito Sangiovanni.